2 Antique towns get free medical, dental services

first_imgThe PTF-ELCAC was created throughExecutive Order 119, issued by Gov. Cadiao to ensure the inter-agencyconvergence in the implementation of the Whole of Nation Approach framework inthe conflict-affected and vulnerable areas of the province.(With PIA-Antique/PN) Gov. Rhodora Cadiao and LieutenantColonel Joel Benedict Batara, battalion commander of the 61st InfantryBattalion, 3ID, the Philippine Army, and the Peace and Order and Public SafetyOffice led the caravan with the different national and provincial governmentagencies. A girl chooses a pair of slippers during the medical and dental information caravan of the Provincial Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict in Barangay Pandanan, Valderrama, Antique. PIA6/T.VILLAVERT Gifts including slippers, schoolsupplies, and other food items were given to children during the caravan withadults receiving clothes, food packs and mosquito nets in Barangay Osorio 1,San Remigio and Barangay Pandanan in Valderrama, according to the PTF-ELCAC. The barangay folks of the twomunicipalities were recipients of free medical consultations, tooth extraction,circumcision, distribution of fruit trees, vegetable seeds, and free haircut. “The services we delivered to thebarangays brought smiles and happiness because the people felt the government’ssincerity and concern to help address their situation,” said Margie Gadian,head of the Peace and Order and Public Safety Office. SAN JOSE, Antique – The ProvincialTask Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (PTF-ELCAC) here recentlyconducted a medical and dental information caravan in the towns of San Remigioand Valderrama, Antique.   last_img

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