Tuesday, July 28, 2015

DAR completes Php3.6 M peace projects in S. Cotabato town

From the Philippine Information Agency (Jul 28): DAR completes Php3.6 M peace projects in S. Cotabato town

The   provincial  office  of  the Department of Agrarian Reform in South Cotabato   has  recently  completed  P3.6  million  worth of peace  projects.

These projects, said Felix Frias, provincial  agrarian  reform program officer II,   were   carried  out  in Polomolok town  under  the PAyapa at MAsaganang pamayaNAn (PAMANA) Program to benefit Agrarian Reform Areas (ARA) in the Municipality of Polomolok, South Cotabato.

“Our team, along with the team from LGU Polomolok, conducted a joint inspection of the projects and found that 12 are already completed and are now ready for turn over to the local government unit of Polomolok,” Frias  said.

These projects include construction of lined canals in Barangays Magsaysay, Poblacion, Lapu, Upper Klinan, and Polo.

Multipurpose buildings were built in  Glamang and Silway 8.

Other projects include construction of a potable water system and intake tank at Brgy. Cannery Site, construction of submersible pump and rehabilitation of school stage at Klinan 6, road concretization at Lumakil and construction of solar dryer in Brgy. Bentung.

Frias  explained that  PAMANA allotted  Php300,000  for each  of the  12  infrastructure projects.

The PAMANA Project aims to provide for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) in conflict-affected areas by building projects that will reduce poverty, improve governance and empower communities. 


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