A Silent Worker
A Silent Worker Even though the Cojuangcos are a household name, Tarlac Representative Carlos “Charlie” Cojuangco lets his work and people shine brighter than himself.
With the COVID-19 pandemic and the back-to-back calamities battering key communities across the country, Tarlac First District Rep. Carlos “Charlie” Cojuangco is stepping up and doing all that he can to bring services and much-needed relief to his constituents.
Tarlac is now home to the 36th Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Consular Office, located at Paniqui, Tarlac. In his speech, Cojuangco said that he was grateful for the support of the DFA in bringing its services closer to the residents, especially the OFWs, of Tarlac and nearby provinces.
Through the initiative of Rep. Cojuangco, water pumps for irrigation were distributed to the farmer organizations of the district. Present during the awarding ceremony at Brgy. Malacampa, Camiling, Tarlac was Regional Manager Engr. Josephine B. Salazar.
Those entering through the main entrance of the Paniqui General Hospital will now pass through the Disinfection Triage to ensure everyone’s safety during this pandemic. Paniqui Mayor Max Roxas has expressed his gratitude to Rep. Cojuangco for his continuous support.
Some residents of Brgy. Malacampa, Camiling, Tarlac underwent training under the Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II program provided by TESDA. Currently, TESDA still accepts applicants for programs under Special Training for Employment (STEP) and Training for Work Scolarship Program (TWSP). Interested applicants may visit the office of Rep. Cojuangco for more details.