Significant projects to boost literacy, infrastructure in many villages

AMAS, KIDAPAWAN CITY – Children in the barangays will soon be enjoying variety of reading materials after the provincial government officially turned over the Bookmobile Library last May 16, 2017.

The Bookmobile library is an extension program of the Cotabato Provincial Library which aims to develop literacy in children including out-of-school youth, and other people in the community, especially in far flung areas where there is less or no access to libraries and barangay reading centers.  Ten public elementary and high schools in every municipality from Districts I, II and III will be identified as recipients of the “Bookmobile Visit”.

The mobile library shall have different book collections such as books on juvenile literature, children’s books, fiction and non-fiction, almanac, encyclopaedia, dictionaries, handbooks, newspaper, journals, magazines, and other reference materials not only for students but teachers as well. Computer literacy is also aimed in this project where computers and tablets will be utilized for research during the visit.

“I would like to encourage our children, especially the youth to continue reading in order to be more equipped with knowledge essential to their future,” said Cotabato Governor Emmylou “Lala” J. Taliño-Mendoza in a simple turnover program at the Capitol Compound, Amas, Kidapawan City. Board members Ryan Taliño, Jonathan Tabara, Noel Baynosa and Dina Espina were also present during the activity.



Meanwhile, storage of large quantity of rice and other commodities for the province to efficiently respond during calamities is no longer a problem since a new warehouse is already available.

A stockroom and motor pool area intended for the Provincial General Services Office, the provincial government’s property custodian, is also now ready to keep and organize various office supplies and materials.

The facilities are located beside the Annex Building inside the Provincial Capitol Compound here.   Fr. Hipolito “Paul” Paracha, DCK of St. John Paul the 2nd Parish led the blessing of the new equipment and facilities.

The projects are a collaborative effort of the Provincial Government and Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) where the latter augmented an amount of 5M for the stockroom and motor pool.


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