Makati OKs P18B budget for 2020; health, social dev’t get biggest chunk

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MANILA, Philippines — The Makati government has allocated the biggest share of its 2020 budget to health care and social development services.
 
In a statement on Friday, Makati Mayor Abby Binay signed its 2020 budget worth P18,047,460,000 after the local government’s city council approved the measure on third and final reading.
 
Makati City’s Social Development Sector received the highest allocation with P8.07 billion or 44.7 percent of the 2020 budget, followed by health care services with P5.26 billion.
 
The local government provided the third highest allocation of its budget to education.
Social services sector
 
Under social welfare services, Makat…

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