The senator from Davao said the BPBP is being prioritized after President Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) No. 114, “Institutionalizing the Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pag-asa Program as a Pillar of Balanced Regional Development, Creating a Council Therefor, and for Other Purposes,” which instructs concerned agencies to prepare and implement the Balik Probinsya program.
“Ngayon ay isa sa priorities na ang BPBP. Natutuwa ako na may mga provinces na po na nagsabing handa na para sa pilot testing. May na-identify na rin daw ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) na around 3,000 individuals na pasok sa basic criteria ng programa,” Go said.
Go revealed this after commending concerned national agencies and local government units (LGUs) for their preparations for the implementation of the BPBP program.
“Nagpapasalamat ako sa mga gobernador ng mga probinsya sa paghanda ng kanilang mga lugar upang magtanggap ng kanilang mga kababayan na gusto nang umuwi. Ang mga ahensya ng gobyerno ay nakikipag-coordinate sa LGUs para malatag na ang mga protocols at proseso sa pagbalik nila,” Go said.
Sen. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go (Henzberg Austria / Senate PRIB / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN)
“Doon sa mga identified individuals natin, i-verify ng DSWD kung taga-saan sila originally para mabigyan agad ng tulong at makakauwi na sila,” Go said, adding that national agencies will check the readiness of provinces to accept the returnees.
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The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will also aid grantees through the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged or Displaced Workers Program and Government Internship Program or TUPAD-GIP to help those who have lost their jobs upon their return to their provinces. DOLE will also be conducting job fairs to match individuals with potential employers.
“Right now, our priority is to address and overcome this health crisis first. Kino-complement ng BPP ang ating mga existing health measures upang labanan ang COVID-19, para sa future, mas empowered ang ating bansa, lalo na ang mga probinsya, pagdating sa paglutas ng mga problema tulad ng pandemic at mas maging handa sa anumang krisis na darating,” he added.
The pilot testing of the Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pagasa or BPBP (Return to the Province, New Hope) program meant to decongest Metro Manila is now ready to begin, Senator Christopher Lawrence Bong Go said on Friday.
B. Lian and A. Linshaw. “Chiral Equivariant Cohomology I.” Advances in Mathematics 209. (2007): 99-161.
2017 ICCM Best Paper Ruok-Lin Award for my joint paper with S.-T. Yau (2017)
B.H. Lian and M. Zhu. “On the hyperplane conjecture for periods of Calabi-Yau hypersurfaces in P^n.” arXiv:1610.07125v1 (2017)
Bong Lian, Andrew Linshaw, and Bailin Song. “Chiral Equivariant Cohomology III.” American Journal of Mathematics Vol. 132. No. 6 (2010): 1549-1590.
Scientific committee member of Intl. Congr. of Chinese Mathematicians (1983)
J. Chen, A. Huang, B.H. Lian, S.-T. Yau. “Differential Zeros of Certain Special Functions.” arXiv:1709.00713 (2017)
B. Lian and B. Song. “Reduced Delzant Spaces and a Convexity Theorem.” Topology Vol. 46. No. 6 (2007): 554-576.
Bong Lian, Si Li and Shing-Tung Yau. “Picard-Fuchs Equations for Relative Periods and Abel-Jacobi Map for Calabi-Yau Hypersurfaces.” American Journal of Mathematics 134. 5 (2012): 1345-1384.
S. Hosono, T.J. Lee, B. Lian, S.-T. Yau. “Mirror symmetry for double cover Calabi–Yau varieties I.” arXiv:2003.07148 (2020)
Bong Lian Yale University, Ph.D. University of Toronto, B.A. Representation theory. Calabi-Yau geometry. String theory. My research lies at the interface between algebra,