Oct out­reach serves more than 3k fam­i­lies

Sun.Star Davao - - SOUTHERN - SOCOT WEB­SITE

South Cotabato - More than 3,000 fam­i­lies in the prov­ince ben­e­fited from the se­ries of out­reach ac­tiv­i­ties hosted by the Pro­vin­cial Gov­ern­ment of South Cotabato last month.

Dubbed as “Gugma kag Ser­bisyo para sa Katawhan”, the out­reach pro­gram pro­vided var­i­ous free ser­vices to the peo­ple.

This in­cluded free med­i­cal and den­tal check-ups, medicines, cir­cum­ci­sion for boys, hair­cut, man­i­cure and pedi­cure, um­brella and shoe re­pair, tool sharp­en­ing, medicines and check-up of pets, veg­etable seedlings and fruit plants, and mas­sage.

Fur­ther­more, ben­e­fi­cia­ries were also given food packs and sup­ple­men­tal food, re­ceived prizes dur­ing the fa­cil­i­tated games, and en­joyed un­lim­ited pop­corn and cot­ton can­dies.

Oc­to­ber’s ben­e­fi­cia­ries in­cluded the res­i­dents of Barangay San Isidro, Koron­adal City; Si­tio Lemketi, Barangay Datal Dlanag, Tboli; Barangay Palkan, Polo­molok; and Si­tio Espir­itu, Barangay Tubeng, Tupi.

South Cotabato-LGU has set its next out­reach pro­gram this to­day in Barangay Libas, Tan­ta­gan.

This out­reach pro­gram is a weekly ac­tiv­ity of the pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment headed by Gov­er­nor Daisy P. Avance Fuentes that aims to reach and serve poor and far-flung com­mu­ni­ties in the prov­ince, in part­ner­ship with the army-medic from the 27th In­fantry Bat­tal­ion, Philip­pine Army. /

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