Besao MPS leads outreach activity in remote village
BESAO, Mountain Province – The Besao Municipal Police Station recently spearheaded a community outreach program through medical mission, gift giving, feeding and information drive at Masameyeo in Gueday, a far-flung barangay in this town.
The Besao MPS headed by Cpt. Janice Pating in partnership with the Municipal Health Office, Treasure Link Cooperative Society, and faith-based volunteers from Besao Evangelical Church provided health services and information drive on various programs to learners, teachers, and parents recently.
Twenty-eight individuals submitted themselves for medical consultation, 21 for blood typing, 21 for urinalysis, and three for flouridization.
The team also conducted feeding activity and distributed school supplies to the learners of Masameyeo Primary School.
For the info drive, Personnel of Besao MPS presented the Kasimbayanan (Kapulisan, Simbahan, at Pamayanan) program of the PNP that promotes unity and participation among the police, faith-based organizations, and the public in maintaining peace and order as well as the anti-rape, anti-terrorism and anti-illegal drugs campaign of the government.
Cristy Cogasi of Treasure Link discussed financial literacy while April Ganotisi of the Besao Evangelical Church held a bible story telling.
Pating thanked their partners and stakeholders for the success of the activity.
“Thank you to our partners especially to Besao LGU and our stakeholders from Treasure Link and the faith-based volunteers for your continuous support. Through this, our community members who cannot go to the town center were able to avail of your services. This is what the government wants – to bring the government services closer to the people especially those in the far-flung barangays,” she said.
The Besao MPS aims to conduct outreach activity in all schools in the municipality prioritizing identified Elcac barangays. – Valerie Taguba