Team NCRPO sends humanitarian aid to flood-hit Cagayan Valley, Isabela

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THE National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) command has sent humanitarian assistance to the residents of Cagayan Valley and Isabela region severely affected by widespread flooding brought by typhoon Ulysses.

Newly installed NCRPO Director Brig. General Vicente Danao Jr., leads the send-off ceremony at the regional headquarters in Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City, for the deployment of his special tasked team of personnel who will bring humanitarian aid to two devastated regions.

“Travel with our gratitude and prayers for a smooth, safe and peaceful relief operation as we help our countrymen in Cagayan” said Danao.

Up to P500,000.00 worth of rice and relief food packs will be delivered by four 6×6 trucks of Team NCRPO and two other 6×6 trucks from the national headquarters in Camp Crame embedded with police officers who hails from the two said provinces.

The selected officers assigned to the humanitarian relief mission will be given a week off on their return.

Danao personally provided expenses to the humanitarian relief team composed of four teams from NCRPO and two teams from Camp Crame amounting to P151,000 cash.

The team will be guarded with SWAT team designated as their escorts.

“Please accept the little help that Team NCRPO has been able to cope with. May it help to alleviate the pain and anguished you are now experiencing”. Danao stressed.

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