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Official Website of the Provincial Government of Sarangani - Items filtered by date: August 2018
Saturday, 04 August 2018 00:00

Drug surrenderees hosted by PADAC, LGU

MAASIM, Sarangani (August 4, 2018) - Lizette Lopez of the Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Council (PADAC) talks before some 192 drug surrenderees during the Kick-Off CBRP (Community-Based Rehabilitation Program). The PADAC, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office and the local government unit (LGU) are hands-on in guiding the surrenderees to have a chance to make their lives become normal again. (Jake Narte-Donna Mahusay/SARANGANI COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE)

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Saturday, 04 August 2018 00:00

Police runs TUKLAW

MAITUM, Sarangani (August 4, 2018) - In partnership with the Local Government Unit of Maitum, SPO2 Roel Calbay, vice president of Alpha Class TUKLAW of the Philippine National Police, introduces Enhanced Community Immersion Program held at Maitum Municipal Hall on July 30. TUKLAW which is short for "To Unlock Knowledge of Law and wisdom" ran from July 30 to August 3 to educate and train community public officers in disaster preparedness, fire safety tips and first approach in crimes for safer, more peaceful and resilient community. (John James I. Doctor/MAITUM INFORMATION OFFICE)

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MAITUM, Sarangani (August 4, 2018) - Three barangays and the Local Government Unit of Maitum are recognized as awardees in promoting blood services given by the Red Cross. Barangays Kalaong, Mabay and Malalag were recognized on July 30 for their collaborative efforts in encouraging and promoting blood donation awareness and other activities. (John James I. Doctor/MAITUM INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Saturday, 04 August 2018 00:00

KABALIKAT Civicom hailed for services

MAITUM, Sarangani (August 4, 2018) - Members of KABALIKAT Civicom 499 Chapter receive their plaque as Best People's Organization Disaster Risk and Reduction Committee held at Maitum Municipal Hall on July 30. Aside from active participation in programs and events of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office like tree planting, coastal clean-up drive and abet in vehicular accidents, they are also the most important front liners during disaster and calamities particularly in delivering communication to far-flung villages. (John James I. Doctor/MAITUM INFORMATION OFFICE)

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