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City Government to launch Salintubig Project

Cotabato City expands its water services to its far flung villages through the Salintubig Project.

The project, in partnership with the Department of Interior and Local Government and Metro Cotabato Water District, will start this December in Tamontaka 4 and 5.

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Cotabato City Strengthens Flood Control Measures

The City Government of Cotabato purchases another amphibious excavator as part of its intensified flood control program.

This equipment is used in digging up the silt materials in creeks and other tributaries of the Rio Grande de Mindanao that cause flooding in Cotabato City and its neighboring towns during the rainy season.

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Halal Slaughterhouse to be put up in Cotabato City

IMG_7266A 15-million modern Halal Slaughterhouse is set to rise at Barangay Tamontaka Mother this year.

This facility is sponsored by the National Meat Inspection Service of the Department of Agriculture and is going to be erected at a 3.7 hectare land procured by the City Government of Cotabato.

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USAID to implement 3 major projects in Cotabato City

The United States Agency for International Development or USAID is set to tie up with the local government of Cotabato City for the implementation of 3 major projects namely the ENGAGE or the Enhancing Governance, Accountability and Engagement Project, the MYDev or the Mindanao Youth Development Project, and the Mindanao Health or the Integrated Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health and Nutrition/Family Planning Regional Project in Mindanao.

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City Day Care Center, one of the Region’s best in Vegetable Gardening

Cotabato City—Barangay Rosary Heights 9 has brought honor to the City as its Day Care Center has won 3rd place in the Department of Social Welfare and Development's Regional Competition of the Best Vegetable Garden.

City's Assistant Social Welfare Officer Veranda Samson said, the competition is part of the observance of the Nutrition Month last July. A team was created by the DSWD 12, its Nutrition Council, and the DA 12 to visit and inspect all participating Day Care Centers if their gardens have the presence of leafy vegetables, legumes, and fruits.

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