MILG READi Distributes Relief Assistance to Families; SK Meeting in Sulu

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Strong winds damage houses.

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(SDN) — The humanitarian arm of the Bangsamoro’s Ministry of the Interior and Local Government (MILG) visited three barangays (villages) to deliver much-needed relief assistance.

A team of MILG’s Rapid Emergency Action on Disaster Incidence (READi) motored to Barangay Lower Taviran of Mother Kabuntalan municipality, Maguindanao; Barangay Kapimpilan, Midsayap, North Cotabato; and Barangay Maidapa, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao.

Humanitarian assistance from MILG’s READi responder team.

MILG-READi’s emergency workers distributed relief assistance to at least 75 families in the mentioned areas whose homes were destroyed or damaged by strong winds on the night of January 31, 2022. A few days later the emergency responder team hied off to the three areas on February 2 to fulfill their mandate of helping out BARMM residents in need.

Residents voiced their thanks to the Bangsamoro government for the attention.

Meanwhile, MILG-Sulu in coordination with the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Provincial Federation and the Local Youth Development Office (LYDO) in the province held a joint meeting on February 4 with SK officials and LYDO of Sulu.

The aim was to carry out MILG-Sulu’s mandate in overseeing the SK in the province. It also is to afford the SK members and the youth to brush up on governance and learn its intricacies.

Youth meeting presided over by MILG-Sulu in Jolo, the capital of the island province. (Images: MILG)

Bangsamoro region is made up of the provinces of Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi, and the cities of Cotabato, Lamitan, and Marawi as well as 63 barangays in North Cotabato that opted to join the BARMM as Special Geographic Area (SGA). North Cotabato is not part of the Bangsamoro region.

It was birthed by the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL), part of implementation of the 2014 Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB). (/) 

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