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Hermosa residents benefit from ‘expanded caravan’ of PNP

PAMPANGA. About 65 families have benefitted from the various government services offered through the Inter-agency expanded caravan. (Photo from PIA-Central Luzon)

THE Bataan Police Provincial Office and its partner-agencies extended Wednesday, February 26, aid and government services to residents of Barangay Mabiga, Hermosa town.

About 168 senior citizens, indigenous people, and Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program grantees benefited from the Expanded Caravan held at Parapal Elementary School.

Services offered include free Alpha Clean Riders stickers for motor vehicles, free haircut, distribution of grocery items and slippers, feeding activity, blood pressure check-up and job opportunities.

Representatives from Department of the Interior and Local Government, Bureau of Fire Protection, Public Employment Service Office, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office and Municipal Health Office were also present to offer their services to residents.

Moreover, First Provincial Mobile Force Company Commander Lieutenant Colonel Redentor Ulsano conducted a lecture on community anti-terrorism awareness.

“The activity aims to enhance knowledge of the community and increase their awareness on anti-terrorism. Participants were also urged to participate in the campaign of the police against terrorism and illegal drugs,” Ulsano said. (PIA-Central Luzon)


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