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surrender

The cancellation of a lease or other contract by mutual agreement of the parties.

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We are optimistic that these drug surrenderers will be motivated and totally turn away from the use of illegal drugs and focus more on their family and livelihood activities, he said.
Cuachon said 50% of Aklans drug surrenderers had been assessed already, but the rest must be assessed by the end of this month to determine the proper treatment or services that could be provided to them.
The current administration is determined to implement community-based rehabilitation, after care program, and conduct drug testing at DOH accredited drug-testing laboratories to help in the treatment, rehabilitation and recovery of surrenderers.
About 1,000 drug surrenderers from Metro Manila and adjacent provinces also showcased their talents and products in a livelihood expo after the fun run, Sermonia said.
This process, which serves as the basis in the recruitment of aspirants, include: to attend the assessment conducted by TESDA (whether low, medium or high risk - basing on the Office of the Lady of Assumption (OLAP) report where the drug surrenderers attended first their community-based rehabilitation program); endorsement from the Barangay Chairman and the local government unit; and the application form from TESDA to avail of the scholarship program.
According to the President, the number of NPA surrenderers growing by the day will only fuel the anger on those still fighting the government.
Bulalacao said the number of surrenderers came after the conduct of 7,159 Tokhang activities nationwide.
Among the 45 barangays in Isabela City, barangays Baluno and Aguada have the highest numbers of surrenderers.
Most notable were the series of mass surrenders in Compostela Valley province where 371 members of Underground Mass Organizations (UGMO) and supporters surrendered in Maragusan on January 20, 2018; 193 UGMO members and supporters surrenderers in Monkayo in February, and 166 UGMO members and supporters in Montevista who surrendered on February 19.
NPA surrenderers, who were caught during the Armys encounters with rebels in Salcedo and Sigay towns recently, have revealed that most members of the PLATUN SIS were ages 21 years old and below.
Marcelo Morales, Police Regional Office-12 director, said the two NPA surrenderers opted to surrender due to brewing demoralization in the ranks of the NPA underground movement following the surrender of ranking rebel leaders in the past months.
He lamented that the public has overlooked the PNP's achievements in its campaign, reaching 95 percent of its targeted number of drug surrenderers, because some people are focusing too much on the 'smaller incidents.