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Barmm turns over health station with birthing facility

By Teng Lauban Datu,
Cotabato City Bureau Chief

Cotabato City — The Bangsamoro government’s health services are now accessible to the residents of Barangay Tariken in Sultan Mastura, Maguindanao following the Ministry of Health’s turn over of a newly built health station with birthing facility earlier this week.

MOH Minister Dr. Safrullah Dipatuan, who also serves as a member of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, led the turn over ceremony together with Dickson Hermoso, assistant secretary for peace and security of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Proces.

The health station is the first health facility that was turned over under the Bangsamoro autonomous region.

In his speech, Hermoso asked the residents to support and trust the new Bangsamoro government as it seeks to provide the needs of the Bangsamoro people.

Tapos na po ang gyera magkaisa tayo para sa bagong Bangsamoro,” he said.

Dipatuan emphasized that the Bangsamoro government focuses on its five pillars which include health, education, social services, strategic infrastructures, and moral governance. (with reports from bpi)

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