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Cotabato City Fisherfolk receives boats from BFAR

IMG_0127Fifteen fishermen from the coastal villages of Cotabato City received one unit of motorized boat each from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources.

These fishermen were chosen by the agency's fishery coordinator based on the criteria set by the BFAR. They were identified as those who had very little income and those who are not capable of buying their own boat.



Local Chief Executive receives Police Community Relations Award

9City Mayor Japal J. Guiani, Jr. receives the award for the MOST OUTSTANDING LOCAL CHIEF EXECUTIVE for POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS in REGION XII given by the POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE XII during the 20th PCR Month 2015 celebrated by the PNP at PRO XII, Tambler, General Santos City.



Cotabato City Tops Nationwide Search for Most Competitive Cities and Municipalities

Out of the 108 entries in the Component Cities Category in the annual Search for the Most Competitive Cities and Municipalities, Cotabato City emerged as the 4th most competitive component city in the entire country and the only component city in Region XII to enter the top 10.



Cotabato City successfully conducts Earthquake Drill

IMG_0094As one of the highlights and activities of the National Disaster Consciousness Month, the Cotabato City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, together with its partners in the line agencies, conducted the National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill at the Cotabato City Central Pilot Elementary School.



National Disaster Consciousness Month in Cotabato City

The City of Cotabato is one with the whole nation in observing the National Disaster Consciousness Month for the whole month of July.

Several disaster-related activities have been identified and lined up by the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, not just for this month but for the rest of the year as well.



No flood in Cotabato City

Despite the continuous rainfall that has begun early this month, the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office has not recorded any flood occurrence in low lying areas in Cotabato City.

Since the onset of the rainy season, the CDRRMO has been in close coordination with their barangay counterparts and has also been monitoring the water level in the rivers and tributaries surrounding the city. As per latest report, there is no sign that the water level will rise and cause inundation any time soon.



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