REVEALED: 200k Yolanda victims still without emergency shelters because they did not support certain local Government Officials
The Department of Social Welfare and Development has requested that President Rodrigo Duterte arrange a test into the claimed inconsistencies in the past organization's conveyance of safe houses to casualties of Supertyphoon Yolanda.
Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo said the DSWD had observed that exactly 200,000 inquirers were not given crisis shield either on the grounds that there was no accessible movement site or in light of the fact that they didn't bolster certain neighborhood government authorities.
A report of the discoveries has been submitted to Malacañang, Taguiwalo said.
Taguiwalo said the DSWD reassessed the past organization's endeavors in the consequence of the supertyphoon particularly in the Western Visayas and Eastern Visayas.
This was after they got demands from agriculturists and fisherfolk in influenced ranges who whined that they were yet to get their crisis shield help (ESA) three years after the supertyphoon hit the Philippines. [source]