BWC ensures fast, effective response for gender-based violence victims

COTABATO CITY—To uphold a gender-responsive governance and eliminate gender based-violence (GBV) in the region, Bangsamoro Women Commission (BWC) formally launched the Guidance Note on Handling GBV on Wednesday, Nov. 25. BWC chairperson Bainon Karon said the guidance note aims to “ensure that GBV victims and survivors in every community in BARMM will receive immediate and…

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BARMM turns over P90M-worth of infra-projects to LDS

MARAWI CITY—Residents of Poblacion, Marogong in Lanao del Sur can now have access to potable water since the completion of Level II Water System, through the Bangsamoro Government’s Ministry of Public Works (MPW). OIC Lanao del Sur 2nd District Engineer Maldamin B. Decampong, together with Deputy Chief Minister Ali B. Solaiman, turned over the operational…

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BARMM ranks 2nd in Mindanao in terms of economic growth in 2019

COTABATO CITY – Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) ranked 2nd among the regions in Mindanao in terms of Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) and Gross Regional Domestic Expenditure (GRDE) growth rate in 2019. Furthermore, BARMM ranked 7th among the 17 regions in the country after posting 5.9 percent growth rate in its GRDP.…

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MOH turns over P10.9-million worth health facilities in Parang, Maguindanao

COTABATO CITY — OIC Health Minister Dr. Amirel Usman led the turn over ceremony of three (3) health facilities worth Php10.9-million to the Municipality of Parang in Maguindanao on Monday, November 23. The facilities included a newly upgraded Parang Rural Health Unit (RHU) with improved halfway home, pathway, and staff house total worth of Php3.9-million,…

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BTA consults academe sector for proposed Bangsamoro Education Code

COTABATO CITY – Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) started Monday, Nov. 23, the first of its series of public consultations for BTA Bill No. 70 or the proposed Bangsamoro Education Code, with resource persons from the members of the academe, such as school superintendents, principals, administrators of madrasah and madaris, and other stakeholders. “The Education Ministry…

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