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Malabon expands beneficiaries of 4Ps

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Malabon City - In a heartwarming development, the number of beneficiaries under the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) has increased once again. This encouraging news was brought to the forefront during the recently held Community Assembly, where Mayor Jeannie Sandoval shared the positive update.

Prioritizing assistance to those who are most in need, the expansion of the 4Ps program brings a ray of hope to many families in Malabon. Mayor Sandoval expressed her deepest gratitude to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), which has been a valuable partner in providing support and instilling hope among Malabon residents.

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, also known as 4Ps, is a government initiative aimed at reducing poverty and improving the lives of Filipino families through conditional cash transfers. The program provides financial assistance to qualified households, ensuring that they can meet their basic needs, particularly in education, health, and nutrition.


Mayor Sandoval emphasized the city's commitment to extending a helping hand to those who are most in need. The expansion of the 4Ps program reflects the local government's dedication to uplifting the lives of its residents and providing them with opportunities for a better future.

During the Community Assembly, Mayor Sandoval delivered a heartfelt message to the attendees, expressing her gratitude for the unwavering support and collaboration of the DSWD in implementing the program. She acknowledged the significant impact that the 4Ps program has made in the lives of many Malabon residents, providing them with a lifeline of support and fostering a sense of hope and resilience.

The expansion of the 4Ps program signifies the local government's commitment to ensuring the well-being and progress of its constituents. Through strategic partnerships and collaborative efforts, the city aims to uplift more families out of poverty and create a more inclusive and prosperous community.

As the number of beneficiaries under the 4Ps program grows, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval remains steadfast in her dedication to serve the people of Malabon. She reassures the residents that the local government will continue to prioritize their welfare, working hand in hand with partner agencies to provide sustainable assistance and empower families to overcome the challenges they face.


The expansion of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program brings renewed hope and opportunities for the residents of Malabon. Mayor Jeannie Sandoval encourages eligible families to take advantage of the program's benefits and seize the opportunities it offers for their children's education, healthcare, and overall well-being.

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