4,000 Families benefit from various Infra Projects

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Amas, Kidapawan City – About 4,000 families in the municipalities of Libungan, Alamada,  and Aleosan can now benefit from various infrastructure projects after a series of turn-over was conducted recently.

The projects comprise post-harvest facilities (solar drier with basketball court, ring, and stage), hanging bridge and covered court amounting to more than P16M. Residents in Nicaan, Libungan, and adjacent barangays of Kiloyao, Sinapangan, and Kibudacan can now pass and travel without worry, as a 50-meter hanging bridge is now ready for their use.

“Our mode of transportation before travelling from Nicaan to Kiloyao was through banca, which is very risky especially during rainy days where water level rises. We had to pay P2 to P5 per person, while 10 is charged for motorcycle rides,” said one of the residents in Nicaan, Libungan.

A peace-loving IP and Christian community in Malitubog, Alamada can now dry their agricultural products for free. “This project is really a great help because we used to pay P10 per sack and P17 per collapsible drier (trapal), now it’s free” said the Barangay Secretary, Jonalyn B. Majan.

Barangays Cawilihan, Upper Mingading, Malapang, Tomado, and San Mateo, all of Aleosan now have their own covered courts. In San Mateo High School where there are 557 pupils and 28 teaching force, one of the teachers recalled how hard it was for them to conduct school activities where they only use trapal or makeshift stage. “Thank you to Serbisyong Totoo,” he said.

The said projects are funded by the Provincial Government in partnership with Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP).

Cotabato Governor Emmylou “Lala” J. Taliño-Mendoza who led the turn-over ceremony was joined by  Vice Governor Shirlyn Macasarte-Villanueva and Board Member Rosalie Cabaya.

Also present were Mayors Christopher Cuan of Libungan and Noemia Bartolome of Alamada. They challenged their constituents under the supervision of their respective barangay chairman to take good care of the project.

Meanwhile, also conducted on the same day was the eco-tourism site inspection at Purok Matambahay, Barangay Cabpangi, Libungan. It is an initiative of the Local Government Unit of Libungan where tourists may first traverse the 3-kilometer steep road in order to reach its peak where panoramic view of Liguasan Marsh, Cotabato City, and other parts of First District is visible. (MJ Gabion Kinkito, PGO-IDCD/Media Center)

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