BWC strengthens women’s participation thru women summit

COTABATO CITY—To further strengthen the transformative roles of women in the Bangsamoro region, the Bangsamoro Women Commission (BWC), in partnership with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD), held a two-day Bangsamoro Women Summit on March 30-31 in the city. Diverse Bangsamoro women leaders and rights advocates across the region participated in the summit to tackle…

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Bangsamoro women in action: Courage and compassion in the face of pandemic

With the tremendous onslaught of Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) worldwide, it’s undeniable that the pandemic has drastically affected our lives. Among the sectors most affected are our women. In the Bangsamoro region, research revealed that 68% of the community-based women respondents were restrained from pursuing livelihood activities, because of the lockdown and the strict implementation of…

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Poverty-stricken groups to benefit from BARMM’s housing projects

COTABATO CITY—More impoverished communities across the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region are expected to benefit from the region-wide housing programs implemented by KAPYANAN or the Kapayapaan sa Pamayanan Project—one of Chief Minister’s flagship programs. On Tuesday, March 30, another groundbreaking ceremony for fifty (50) units of permanent core shelters was conducted by the KAPYANAN team for the…

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BSC puts up obstacle sports facility inside BGC

COTABATO CITY—Bangsamoro Sports Commission (BSC) unveiled the 12-in-1 Obstacle Course Box Sports facility on Monday, March 29, inside the Bangsamoro Government Center (BGC) in Cotabato City.   The sports facility was donated by Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation (POSF) through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between its President Atty. Alberto C. Agra and BARMM Chief Minister…

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Zamboanga City fire victims receive aid from BARMM

ZAMBOANGA CITY – The Bangsamoro Government, through its Project TABANG (Tulong Alay sa Bangsamorong Nangangailangan) and the Ministry of Health, extended on Monday, March 29, its second wave of relief assistance to the victims of fire in Zamboanga City. The city’s Social Welfare Office Chief Priscilla Alejandro said around 400 families from Brgy. Baliwasan Seaside…

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