surrenderer


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Synonyms for surrenderer

a person who yields or surrenders

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Under the program, Jacob said the surrenderers will be exposed to series of zumba activities to attain physical fitness, moral and spiritual recovery, clean-up drive and gardening activities in their respective homes and communities, drug symposium, film viewing, among others.
As of this development, we have already reached a tally of 181 ASG surrenderers since 2017 and it continues to snowball as we sustain our campaign against the ASG in BaSulTa island provinces," he said.
Drug surrenderers in Aklan numbering 1,800 will be assessed by their respective Municipal Health Officers (MHO) as to their level of addiction up to June of this year only.
For the severely-affected drug surrenderer, the patient will be referred for detoxification through a 7 to 10 days admission in a health facility.
22 period, there had been 2,489 drug surrenderers nationwide with Northern Mindanao posting the highest number, followed by Metro Manila.
Socrates Villamor said his office does not yet have the statistics on the number of youth drug surrenderers who were assessed for rehabilitation.
Sermonia said part of the proceeds of the event would be used in the wellness and recovery programs of drug surrenderers of Oplan Tokhang (knock and plead).
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Southern Leyte Provincial Office has extended its assistance to the drug surrenderers in the province through its scholarship/training program.
If they become decimated by the number of surrenderers, maybe the Armed Forces can finish them off next year at mawala na 'to (this will all be over)," he said.
Two former drug surrenderers were nabbed in a buy-bust operation in Lucena City on Thursday night, police said Friday.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday revealed that "Oplan Tokhang" (knock and plead) continues to be bloodless while recording a total of 4,237 drug surrenderers since it was relaunched earlier this year.
Meanwhile, since Oplan Tokhang was relaunched in January, police units conducted 4,339 Tokhang activities with 2,137 surrenderers nationwide.
Among these surrenderers ,35 were government employees, wherein 3 were elected government officials and 32 are member of the law enforcement agencies and 1, 225 were civilians.
As of March 4, 2018, a total of 607 regular members of the NPA yielded to government authorities while the remaining 1,656 surrenderers are categorized into Militia ng Bayan (MB), Underground Mass Organization (UGMO) members and mass supporters.
Drug surrenderers from the village who became police partners in the renewed anti-drug campaign 'tokhang' revealed to the authorities about the illegal activities of the suspect.