39 families up for relocation as Malandog River undergoes rehab
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The provincial government is set to relocate 38 families to complete the construction of the Malandog River bank's slope protection. Malandog River Rehabilitation and Development Project Management officer Ruth Martinez said they had been looking for relocation site for families situated at the river banks and considered as informal settlers. "We have difficulty looking for the relocation site that is also near the river because the families depend their livelihood on fishing," said Martinez.
39 families up for relocation as Malandog River undergoes rehab. (2019, April 1). Panay News, p. 14.
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