Comval launches Oplan Pagbabago program

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Comval launches Oplan Pagbabago program

Compostela Valley Province— The provincial government under Governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy as the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) Chairman in Region-XI conducts “Oplan Pagbabago” launching on August 24, 2018 at the Social Hall, Capitol Building, Cabidianan, Nabunturan, Comval.

The Oplan Pagbabago program is to address relevant issues concerning peace, people and life. The program has two major components geared towards the development of the grassroots and it is also a relevant and responsive support program towards community development of affected barangays and mainstreaming of former rebels.

The launching was successfully attended by the high ranking officials from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) led by BGen Reuben S Basiao of 701st Infantry Division and Col Gilbert F Saret – Brigade Commander 1001st Pag-asa Brigade.

Governor Uy expressed his gratitude to all the participants and officials attending and helping the program to become successful.

He also thanked the DILG, AFP, PNP and from the Office of the President represented by Usec. Nestor Estares, the local government units and the barangay officials.

Also attending the program were the officials from the Philippine National Police (PNP)  headed by  PNP Comval Provincial Director PSSupt Roderico Roy Jr, together with the municipal Mayors led by the League of Municipalities of Philippines (LMP) President for Comval Chapter Mayor Roberto Yugo of Pantukan, Board Member Raul Timogtimog – Barangay Captains Provincial Federation President, heads and directors of the national line agencies.

The goal of this program is to attain a peaceful and resilient community in providing a peaceful avenue for transforming Mass-based sympathizers; deliver relevant government programs and services to the community; redirect the Underground Mass Organization (UGMO) to go back to the folds of the government and integrate peace-building efforts for reconciliation, resolution and restoration through dialogue to create a conflict-resilient community.

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