Author: Maleiha Shahara Alim

Town hall meeting sa Binidayan, Lanao del Sur

Naging makabuluhan ang isinagawang town hall meeting info drive sa Binidayan, Lanao del Sur.
Dumalo sa nasabing aktibidad ang iba’t ibang sector gaya ng mga Ustadz, manggagawa, kabataan, environmentalists, mga kinatawan ng mga organisasyon sa nasabing lugar, at marami pang iba pa.


Mahalagang tinalakay ang kanilang mga personal na karanasan sa BARMM Government sa nakalipas na tatlong taon, ang kanilang mga inaasahan sa extended termino ng pamahalaang Bangsamoro at ang mga nais nilang maisabatas sa tulong ng mga kasalukuyang miyembro ng Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
Nabigyang-diin ang paghahanap ng solusyon sa patuloy na pagtaas ng unemployment rate at hiniling na may sapat na mga tuntunin sa oportunidad sa mga trabaho o transparency ng hiring process sa mga ahensya ng BARMM.

Naging oportunidad naman ito para maiparating ang kanilang ninanais na magkaroon ng sapat na suporta sa mga madrasah at sa mga pasilidad nito. Gayunpaman, nais nilang makamtan ang mga naipangako ng mga kinauungkulan sa BARMM.

Nagpapasalamat ang mga mamayan ng Binidayan sa inisiyatiba ng Opisina ni MP Atty. Rasol Y. Mitmug Jr. upang alamin ang mga suliranin at iba pang isyu ng mga nasa laylayan.

Town Hall Meeting sa Gambai, Lumba-Bayabao, Lanao del Sur

Pormal na isinagawa ang town hall meeting para sa information drive sa Barangay Gambai, Lumba-Bayabao, Lanao del Sur, kasama ang mga mamamayan sa nasabing barangay na kinabibilangan ng mga magsasaka, trike drivers, hardinero, daycare teachers, CSOs, barangay tanod at BLGU na pinangungunahan ni Kapitan Fatima Angintaopan.


Kabilang sa mga napag-usapan ay ang pagkakaroon ng sapat na mga kasangkapan o equipment para sa mgamagsasaka at mambubukid at mabigyan nang sapat na kaalaman sa livestock production sa pamamagitan ng mga trainings patungkol dito.

Lahat ng mga kahilingan at isyus ng mga dumalo ay ginagawan ng report ng opisina para maiparating sa tamang ahensya ng BARMM. Laking pasasalamat naman ng mga mga magsasaka sa gobyerno ng bangsamoro dahil sa binigay nilang supply gaya ng fertilizer at mga seedlings.

Nananawagan ang mga nasabing mamamayan na sana ay ipagpatuloy ng BARMM ang pag-abot ng tulong sa kanilang barangay.

IP month sa South Upi kasama ang Team Ras

Kasabay ng selebrasyon ng buwan ng Indigenous People, nagtungo ang opisina ni MP Rasol Mitmug, Jr. sa Sitio Manga, South Upi, Maguindanao upang magsagawa ng townhall meeting information drive kahapon ika-26 ng Oktubre 2022.
 
 
Dinaluhan ng mahigit 70 participants mula sa Santa Fe, Kibucay, Malibacao, at Timanan ang nasabing aktibidad kung saan naibahagi ng opisina ang mga mahahalagang impormasyon tungkol sa serbisyong handog ng gobyernong Bangsamoro at maging ng Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
 
Ngapadala naman ng representante si Minister Ulama ng Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs – BARMM sa katauhan ni Felino Samar, Executive Assistant V, na siya namang nagpaliwanag ng mandato at mga programa ng ministro. Makabuluhan ang pagbabahagi ni Samar dahil ipinaalam nito sa mga dumalo ang mga karapatan nila sa lengguwaheng Teduray.
Isang importanteng usapin naman kaugnay sa mga oportunidad at polisiya para sa mga kababaihan ang tinalakay ni Sahara Ali na kinatawan naman ng Bangsamoro Women Commission – BARMM.
Naging oportunidad naman ito para maiparating ng mga katutubo ang kanilang karanasan bilang mamamayan ng Bangsamoro at maisangguni ang kanilang mga nais na tulong o serbisyo na makuha mula sa iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno.
 
Ayon sa mga participants, mas nadagdagan ang kanilang kaalaman tungkol sa barmm government at nagpapasalamat sila na may ganitong programang nakarating sa kanila. Hangad ng opisina ni Mitmug na maging tulay upang mas maging maginhawa ang bawat IP communities sa rehiyon sa tulong na rin ng ating pamahalaan.
Nagpapasalamat din kami kay Maam Ai Leen ng Women Organization of the Rajah Mamalu Descendants sa pagtulong na maging matagumpay ang aming aktibidad.

Message during Peace and Environmental Camp 2022

MP Mitmug’s message during the launching ceremony of the Peace and Environmental Camp 2022 last October 22, 2022 at Lake Lanao Central College Inc., Convention Hall, Basak Malutlut, Marawi City.
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In the face of new normal brought about by the pandemic, the youth have shown resiliency, courage and unity in the midst of a global threat. And this can be exercised through this PEACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CAMP 2022.
 
 
Youth involvement and engagement in today’s myriad campaigns and advocacies is a sigh of relief, eliminating apprehensions of a passive and oblivious generation, and showing signs of a promising future. As technology becomes more available, the youth have been given a wider platform, various options, and more importantly A VOICE – a voice that is full of fire and passion that will fuel their admirations.
Their contributions to the society are crucial. Hence, giving them opportunities and more space would empower them and maximize their participation in nation-building. These are young minds facing an unexpected reality.
 
We all have to partake and invest in each other’s potentials to overcome these challenges. Global Action means engagement of the youth and all sectors aiming to make a huge and beneficial difference in today’s society.
 
As such, we hope that this activity will be a platform for our participants to share their thoughts and experiences as part of the vision of the Bangsamoro Youth Commission to empower more youth in fully exercising their potentials.

Commending the Office of the Deputy Chief Minister Ali B. Solaiman for his dedication to the Bangsamoro through its steadfast information drive program to further awareness about the regional government’s services

The Bangsamoro government is dedicated to providing services to alleviate the lives of the populace during this era of transition. The extension of transition reflects the shared ambition of the Bangsamoro people to establish a functional and responsive regional administration that can handle our long-standing problems and ensure better future ahead of them.
 
Section 8 of Article IX of RA 11054 states that “the Bangsamoro Government shall provide, maintain, and ensure the delivery of basic and responsive health programs, quality education, appropriate services, livelihood opportunities, affordable and progressive housing projects, power and electricity, and water inhabitants of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region. It shall maintain appropriate disaster-preparedness units for immediate and effective relief services to victims of natural and man-made calamities. It shall also ensure the rehabilitation of calamity-affected areas and victims of calamities.”
 
In line with this, the Office of the Deputy Chief Minister (DCM) Ali B. Solaiman is being commended for his valuable initiative in carrying out a series of information drive about the five (5) Flagship Programs of the Office of the Chief Minister-BARMM (OCM), namely: (a) Tulong Alay sa Bangsamorong Nangangailangan (TABANG); (b) Ayudang Medical mula sa Bangsamoro Government (AMBaG); (c) Kapayapaan sa Pamayanan (KAPYAAN); (d) Bangsamoro READi; and (e) BARMM Marawi Rehabilitation Program (MRP), including the BTA functions and priorities, in 17 Municipalities of Lanao del Sur namely Taraka, Tamparan,Masiu, Poona Bayabao, Lumba Bayabao, Maguing, Mulondo, Buadiposo-Buntong, Wao, Amai Manabilang, Bubong, Ditsaan-Ramain, Kapai, Tagoloan II, Saguiran, Piagapo and Marantao. The program was conducted in 17 municipalities in Lanao del Sur, including Taraka, Tamparan, Masiu, Poona Bayabao, Lumba Bayabao, Maguing, Mulondo, Buadiposo-Buntong, Wao, Amai Manabilang, Bubong, Ditsaan-Ramain, Kapai, Tagoloan II, Saguiran, Piagapo, and Marantao. Said program took place over five days on September 21, 22, 26, 27, and 28, 2022.
 
It is good to note that the justifiable extension of the BARMM’s transition period has allowed the BTA flexibility and sufficient time to accomplish its governance objectives. As such, it is opportune that the initiatives of the DCM caters to assist the constituency in understanding BARMM services through their local government units. The Office of the DCM is indeed keeping its commitment to the general population by bringing the government closer to the people. The mayors of those aforementioned municipalities has expressed their profound appreciation to this kind of initiative.
 
When the Bangsamoro Government was inaugurated in 2019, it signaled a new era of governance for the region: that with the oathtaking of new leadership, it represented a hope born out of the recognition of the Bangsamoro struggle, the transition to another kind of government would also be a transition to a Bangsamoro government that better represented its people and their needs. As public officials and members of the interim Bangsamoro Parliament, our brand of leadership will be the legacy we leave to the next Bangsamoro leaders.
 
The details of the series of information drive of DCM can be found and accessed on his official facebook page https://www.facebook.com/AleemAliSolaiman