33 countries to assist Philippines in implementing poverty alleviation programs

33 countries to assist Philippines in implementing poverty alleviation programs

THE Philippines led the Global Summit Conference & Global Proclamation by the International Police Commission Global Command Inter-Governmental Organization (IPCGC IGO), it consists of 33 member countries worldwide, focusing on developing programs related to assisting nations with high poverty rates.

According to Global Affairs Director, IPC LtGen. Christopher Michael Buenafe, these countries will be partners in laying out programs and plans to aid the impoverished in the Philippines.

“We are more than willing to cooperate and collaborate with the government to extend because there are already formulated sustainable livelihood and programs. These are plans that we will promote to the government so that we can work hand in hand for the success of this humanitarian project to help society, especially in poor communities and, most especially, the Philippine government. Our continental commands also want to help,” ayon kay IPC LtGen. Christopher Michael Buenafe, Global Affairs Director, IPCGC IGO.

The IPCGC IGO’s initiative was initiated by IPC Supreme Commanding General Robert Biazon, aiming to strengthen peace and order, humanity, cooperation, and the protection of life and property to reach the pinnacle of becoming a developed nation.

Buenafe added that humanitarian activities have already begun, such as providing assistance and responding to calamity-stricken areas in the Philippines.

“We are already doing humanitarian activities in 33 command countries, such as relief operations during major calamities, and of course, we are constantly [providing aid] in poor communities. As I mentioned, even our Korean command is helping; it already exists in the 33 command countries and continental commands,” according to IPC LtGen. Christopher Michael Buenafe, Global Affairs Director, IPCGC IGO.

LtGen. Buenafe hailed the Global Summit Conference as a significant step forward. Through this, he believes that more groups and individuals will contribute to implementing programs that will benefit every community in the country.

 

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