PPP serves thousands of residents in Besigan, Tignapoloan
Cagayan de Oro City (3 April) -- Thousands of residents in the city's farthest barangays Besigan and Sitio Man-ai in Tignapoloan have benefited from the various basic services offered by the city government during the People to People Program (PPP) simultaneously held there, March 31.
During the PPP, a total of 900 residents availed of free medical consultation; 159 residents availed of dental check-up; 28 children were circumcised; 970 children and adults availed of nutritional feeding and 278 children were registered.
Some 42 residents paid their community tax certificate while seven residents paid their business permit and five residents consulted the City Assessment Department for the assessment of the market value of their lands; 632 families received packs of groceries while the COCPO gave assorted grocery items.
The city Agricultural Productivity Office (APO) also handed a total of 600 packs of assorted vegetables and 700 fruit seedlings to farmers while the City Veterinary Office (CVO) provided vitamins and minerals supplementation to 323 animals; dewormed 49 animals; vaccinated 13 dogs against rabies, and treated 73 animals against external parasite.
The city's Road and Traffic Administration (RTA) has also conducted information and education campaign to 30 children.
In the same People to People Program, Mayor Emano solemnized the mass wedding of 29 unwed couples who were living together for at least five years.
The People to People Program is a regular program of the city government which provides equal opportunity to people in the hinterland barangays to avail of the various services regularly offered by the city government.
Among the city officials who joined Mayor Emano in the holding of the PPP in barangays Besigan and Sitio Man-ai in Tignapoloan were Congressman Constantino Jaraula, Vice-Mayor Michelle Tagarda-Spiers, city councilors Maryanne Enteria, Ceasar Ian Acenas, Ian Mark Nacaya, Reynaldo Advincula, Alexander Dacer, Alfonso Goking, Jose Benjamin Benaldo and Simeon Licayan. (City Information Office) [top]