A police officer provides security during distribution of the first tranche of the national government’s Social Amelioration Program to residents of Barangay Buhang, Hamtic, Antique. Local government units in the province are being urged to send the master list of beneficiaries who were left out of the first tranche so that they could also receive the P6,000 cash aid. HAMTIC PNP PCR Meanwhile, Amaran said the municipality of Anini-y has to liquidate first the release of its first tranche before it would be included in the second tranche.“We had been following up Anini-y for its liquidation but until now it has not done so,” she added. The inclusion of left-out beneficiaries is based on DSWD’s Memorandum Circular Number 14, series 2020, or the special guidelines in the implementation of the emergency subsidy program for additional beneficiaries. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is requesting local government units (LGUs) in this province to submit their master list of recipients who were left out during the first tranche distribution of the government’s Social Amelioration Program (SAP).DSWD provincial officer Melrose Amaran said on Monday all 18 LGUs were urged to send their respective master lists and Social Amelioration Cards (SAC) so that families also economically displaced by coronavirus disease 2019 will also receive a P6,000 cash assistance each during the second tranche.“The deadline for the SAP left-out master list and SAC will be tomorrow, June 9,” said Amaran. According to Amaran, LGUs should liquidate first the first tranche they have received before they will be downloaded with funds for the left-out beneficiaries.The first tranche of the SAP distribution helped 71,656 eligible beneficiaries in this province.DSWD regional information officer May Rago-Castillo, for her part, said senior citizens who receive pension lower than P6,000 will be included as beneficiaries of the second tranche of the SAP.Barangay Health Workers, Barangay Nutrition Scholars and village watchmen with a monthly honorarium of less than P6,000 are also included, she added.(With a report from PNA/PN)
Women’s World Cup 2019: 3 takeaways from USWNT’s thrilling win over France “There are still certain things we need to fine tune and work on together. Yes, it is a failure on a footballing level. We’re a long way off our target but I hope we have retained something elsewhere, and I hope we have won over the hearts and minds of the public and helped the women’s game go further and move into that next level.”We showed we’re not too far off the USA side. I’ve never seen a USA side switch to a five-player back line, so it’s a sign we’re making progress.” “For having flexibility and knowing what card we needed to play at each particular moment, I credit the players. They’ve taken everything on.”5 down. 2 to go. #OneNationOneTeam | #USWNT pic.twitter.com/tpyYhN055B— Team USA (@TeamUSA) June 28, 2019France coach Corinne Diacre vowed to fight on after a sell-out crowd in Paris saw her talented team lose only their second game in their last 19 matches.Only once in the history of the Women’s World Cup has France reached the last four but much was expected of Diacre’s team, with six of her starting 11 coming from Lyon, the Champions League winning team.But even after a disappointing end to the team’s campaign, Diacre remained determined, saying: “I’m not the kind of person to give up. I still have work to do. Women’s World Cup: USWNT focused on England, says Megan Rapinoe Despite dominating much of the game and preventing France from having a shot on target in the first half, it was a nervy ending for the longtime coach, who said she had prepared her team for such situations.”That was the most intense match I have ever been a part of,” Ellis said. “A win’s a win in a World Cup. I haven’t seen many pretty games in a World Cup. We trained for a back five for moments like this. France are an incredible team. The surge from the fans was intense, like a tsunami. Related News Women’s World Cup 2019: Alex Morgan reacts to USWNT’s dominant win over France Jill Ellis described the USWNT’s 2-1 quarterfinal victory over France as the most intense match of her career after the Women’s World Cup holders advanced to the semis.Goals in either half from experienced forward Megan Rapinoe ensured the US will face England in Lyon on Tuesday, but Wendie Renard’s late consolation for the host team left Ellis and her players emotionally exhausted at the end of a heated battle at Parc des Princes.
DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) – A driver managed to make it out unscathed after a rollover crash led to a car fire.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the scene after a white car lost control and hit a tree in a neighborhood near Northwest 60th Street and 103rd Avenue in Doral.Luckily, the driver made it out of the vehicle before it burst into flames.The cause of the crash is currently unknown.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.