Second wave of food packs for Bacolodnons

BACOLOD. Mayor Evelio Leonardia, former councilor Roberto “Bobby” Rojas, and Executive Assistant Butch Soliguen inspect recently the second wave of food packs to be distributed to about 40,000 households starting Friday, April 10, in line with the Emergency Food Assistance Program of the city, as Bacolod has been placed under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) this month. The food packs have two different contents due to the shortage of noodles supply. One set of food packs have seven kilos of rice, five canned goods, and five noodles. The other set of food packs have seven kilos of rice and eight canned goods. (Photo by City PIO)


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