3 BARMM employees, health minister recover from Covid-19; OCM resumes office

Cotabato City (September 16, 2020)—Out of 299 employees of the Bangsamoro Government’s Office of the Chief Minister (OCM-BARMM) who were tested for Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19), only 38 resulted positive with three (3) recoveries. Bangsamoro Inter Agency Task Force (BIATF) Spokesperson Mohd Asnin Pendatun said Wednesday, September 16, via virtual press briefer, that the remaining 35…

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Jolo blasts victims received full hospital assistance from BARMM’s AMBAG

Cotabato City (September 15, 2020)—The Bangsamoro Government’s ‘Ayudang Medikal mula sa Bangsamoro Government’ (AMBAG) Program has released over Php425,000.00 worth of hospital assistance to aid the Jolo blasts victims in Sulu. The said assistance covered thirty-one (31) admitted patients at Sulu Provincial Hospital, who were victims of twin bombings that happened on August 24, 2020.…

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BARMM, DAP conclude Curriculum Co-Development Workshop

Cotabato City (September 14, 2020)—The Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) and the Development Academy of the Philippines – Graduate School of Public and Development Management (DAP-GSPDM) concluded the final and fourth Curriculum Co-Development Workshop on Friday, September 11, 2020. The said workshop was intended for the curriculum development of Master in Public Management…

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MOLE-BARMM to provide P60M assistance for formal sector workers

Cotabato City (September 8, 2020)—The Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE-BARMM) has allocated a total of Php60,180,000.00 fund for Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Assistance Program (CAP) intended for the 12,037 workers from the formal sector of the Bangsamoro region. The program aims to help the formal labor sectors, especially those establishments that are mostly affected by…

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MSSD-BARMM gives P10-million aid to Amai PakPak

Cotabato City (September 7, 2020) – Bangsamoro Government’s Ministry of Social Services and Development (MSSD) provided a P10-million financial assistance to Marawi City’s Amai PakPak Medical Center (APMC) to help indigent patients in the region. On Monday, September 7, MSSD Minister Raissa Jajurie and Dr. Shalimar Rakiin, APMC hospital chief, signed a memorandum of agreement…

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