Caravan mission serves 600 villagers in Ifugao town

TINOC, Ifugao, July 13 (PIA) - - A total of 600 folks from the barangays of Luhong and Danggo in this municipality were served during the one-day caravan mission by various government and non-government agencies.

 

Conducted activities include free medical consultations, dental tooth extraction, circumcision/minor surgery operations, distribution of vegetable seeds, school supplies and used clothes, blood typing, free haircut, film showing and information education campaign by invited government agencies.

Lt. Colonel Narciso Nabulneg Jr., 54th Infantry Battalion Commanding Officer, commended government agencies, local government units and non-government organizations who took part in said activity.

“With the services we bring, people especially in the remote areas will sense the sincerity of the government in addressing some local issues such as health problems” he said.

“The vital information on the current thrusts and programs of your respective offices you imparted to our people help them to be aware that our government truly cares”, he added.

Luhong Punong Barangay Nelson Pauhan expressed gratefulness for the conduct of the activity in their place. He said what they know was only medical mission but there were a lot of other services provided.

Nabulneg said this is a good manifestation that the whole nation approach can be at hand through the intensified stakeholders’ engagement which further attains the AFP’s advocacy for a peaceful, developed and progressive community.

“I also invite NGOs who are advocating same activity to converge with us and share our common goals to the community in order to have a one- stop shop in the future undertakings,” he added.

  

The activity was part of the Community Support Program advocated by AFP which aims to deliver basic services and bring the government closer to the people especially in far flung barangays or geographically isolated and depressed areas. (PIA Ifugao)

 

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