The Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pag-asa Program aims to provide hope for a better future to Filipinos through equity in resources throughout the
country that will boost countryside development.
This program is geared towards addressing Metro Manila’s congested urban areas by encouraging people, especially informal settlers to return to
their home provinces and assist them in this transition with support and incentives on transportation, family, livelihood, housing, subsistence
and education, among others.
Government agencies will be all hands on deck in ensuring the continuous improvement of economies and quality of life in the provinces
with the program’s long term plans on various investments in infrastructure, agriculture, business, transportation and access to a responsive
healthcare system. Local governments will be empowered
to effectively manage crises to come and build resilient communities.
The Department of Labor and Employment through the Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns will strengthen its promise of inclusive
growth by providing sustainable livelihood, through the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP).
The DILP is a flagship program of the DOLE that provides grant assistance for capacity-building on livelihood and entrepreneurial ventures for
vulnerable and marginalized workers.
To download a copy of Kabuhayan Program Brochure please click HERE.