BARMM’s potential on trade, investments, and tourism reviewed

COTABATO CITY – Bangsamoro Government’s Ministry of Trade, Investments, and Tourism (MTIT) organized here a 2-day planning workshop to review its potential in attracting more investors and tourists in the region. To achieve such goal, MTIT Minister Abuamir Taddik said the activity, held Feb. 16-17, was crucial in order for his personnel to arrive with…

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UN reinforce commitment to Bangsamoro peace process

COTABATO CITY – “For the United Nations (UN) and international communities in general, the success of the BARMM government’s transition is a priority,” affirmed Gustavo Gonzalez, UN Resident Coordinator in the Philippines. Gonzalez said this during the joint meeting of the Mindanao Humanitarian Team (MHT) and the Bangsamoro Government held here last Friday, February 19.…

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OCM aims for more ethical and effective financial operations

COTABATO CITY – About 100 staffs from the various offices and bureaus under the Office of the Chief Minister (OCM) have completed a 2-day orientation on government expenditures and simulation activity of the proposed Standardized Documentary Checklist (SDC), Guidelines and Tracking forms. OCM’s Internal Audit Office (IAO) spearheaded the activity held Feb. 18-19 at Alnor…

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P15-B infra projects lined up for Bangsamoro communities in 2021

COTABATO CITY — More communities within the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) and special geographic areas will be reached with several infrastructure projects lined up by the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) this year. The MPW, being the Bangsamoro Government’s engineering and construction arm, will construct various infrastructure projects for 2021 that include…

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New Zealand Gov’t, IOM donate Covid-19 vaccine cold storage units to BARMM

COTABATO CITY—Thirty-five (35) units of biological safety refrigerator for safer cold chain management, intended for coronavirus disease (Covid-19) vaccines, were turned over to Bangsamoro region’s health ministry (MOH) on Thursday. The cold storage units were donated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and was funded by the Government of New Zealand. This is under…

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