Island provinces soon to access safe drinking water with BARMM’s desalination projects

PARANG, MAGUINDANAO—To address the crisis on safe drinking water in the Bangsamoro Island provinces, the Bangsamoro Government is about to deliver the first three (3) sets of desalination machines worth Php20,000,000.00 each to the municipalities of Pata, Pandami, and Hadji Panglima Tahil in Sulu on August 04, 2021.   On Friday, July 30, Bangsamoro Chief…

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6 MILF camps receive medical supplies from MOH

MOH Minister Dr. Bashary Latiph led the turnover of medical supplies and devices to camps in Maguindanao this week.   MAGUINDANAO—Health facilities inside the six recognized camps of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) received medical supplies from the Bangsamoro Government through the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a series of turnover ceremonies this week.…

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Cotabato Province hospitals join AMBaG’s free medical service

COTABATO CITY—More patients under indigent and low-income households group will get free medical assistance and healthcare support as three (3) additional partner hospitals from North Cotabato forged a partnership with Ayudang Medikal Mula sa Bangsamoro Government (AMBaG) Project on Friday. These hospitals include Aleosan District Hospital which will receive Php5-Million, another Php10-Million for Cotabato Provincial…

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IPs fear reforms on ancestral domain, tribal justice system will be overlooked if BARMM transition is not extended

COTABATO CITY – Indigenous Peoples group in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) issued a signed manifesto on July 26 declaring their ‘unequivocal support’ for pending Congress bills extending the transition period. “If the transition period will not be extended, the Indigenous Peoples fear that the desired institutional reforms, particularly the protection and…

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More than 500 BaSulTa farmers and fisher folks to receive trainings

COTABATO CITY—Five hundred twenty (520) farmers and fisher folks in the provincial islands of Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi are set to undergo Technical-Vocational (Tech-Voc) skills training after an agreement was signed by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Agrarian Reform (MAFAR) and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO-UN). On July 22, MAFAR…

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