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By Dr. Dimapuno A. Datu-Ramos, Jr., Director, Bureau of External Relations, and Spokesman at National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF-BER)
SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)-North Luzon headed by Regional Director Rajah-Ali Pumbaya on Tuesday, July 28, joined the Expanded Caravan and Nutrition Month 2020 activity.
NCMF-North Luzon participated in the activity through the Gender and Development (GAD) Program. It was held in collaboration with the Pampanga 1st Provincial Mobile Force Company, City Health Office.
They conducted the caravan in Barangay San Pedro in Cutud, San Fernando, Pampanga, and involved the Muslim Filipino community residing in the area.
Director Pumbaya represented the NCMF and assisted by his staff nurse Sitti Divina Roxas, Faharodin Salacop, Rohania Ala, Rohaida Pungginaguina, and Jerry Mauyag.
The event featured multiple exciting booths and stalls, with free services, for the participants, including:
- 1. A feeding program for all children and elderly, which was approximately 100 people
- 2. Blood pressure measurement and distribution of free multivitamins and facial masks
- 3. Relief distribution to 50 families
- 4. Free hair cuts
- 5. Focus Group Discussion with Muslim leaders and the elderly
- 6. Distribution of vegetables seedlings
- 7. A lecture on “Kabataan Kontra Droga at Terrorismo”
- 8. Issuance of Barangay Certificates
The NCMF and Secretary Saidamen B. Pangarungan thank the Pampanga local government unit (LGU) for this collaboration.
Here are some photographic records of the activity of NCMF-North Luzon:
All images from NCMF-BER. (DADR)