Some 1,000 families from Yolanda-hit areas may move to Rosario town in Cavite to pick their lives up after the world’s strongest typhoon to hit land destroyed their houses and livelihood in the Visayas region.
In an interview Tuesday on GMA News TV’s Balitanghali, town Mayor Jose Ricafrente said they have built around 1,000 huts in their public beach in La Isla Bonita de Salinas resort for the typhoon survivors.
RicaFrente said the area has electricity, a bathroom and a working water system. The mayor added that the survivors may even stay in the resort for good, especially as 30 percent of the population in the town are Ilonggos and Warays from Samar and Leyte. He said the survivors may also find their livelihood in the sea as fisherfolk, or in the export-processing zone in nearby factories.
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He added that some educated youth may also work in malls in nearby Metro Manila. “Walang problema sa hanapbuhay rito. Permanente na sila rito,” Ricafrente added. He said those who want to move to Rosario may sign up with their representative at Villamor Airbase in Pasay City, where cargo planes have been bringing survivors from Tacloban City. “Basta masipag ka lang, hindi ka magugutom sa Rosario,” said Ricafrente, referring to his town which has over 92,000 residents.
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