Turnover Ceremony of P2.5 million Health Center to the People of Barangay Managa, Bansalan
The Cagas Administration’s old and tiny barangay health center project has been replaced with a new and well-constructed building worth nearly P2.5 million, which was turned over to the people of Brgy. Managa, Bansalan today by the Provincial Government of Davao del Sur, which is also under the same administration.
Governor Douglas Cagas and Vice Gov. Marc Cagas spearheaded the turnover ceremony witnessed by Bansalan Mayor Quirina Sarte, municipal councilors, Deputy Gov. Col. Samuel Gadingan (Ret.), barangay officials, residents around the area, and others.
Brgy. Captain Sixto Taparan expressed his gratitude to the provincial government for the new project that the barangay has received because it will be of great assistance to them, particularly in providing health care services to the residents of Barangay Managa. He also added that no one else but Governor and Vice Governor Cagas, as well as Congresswoman Mercedes Cagas, has provided their barangay a lot of projects and has worked hard to make their roads concrete.
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