Presidential Communication Operations Office Assistant Secretary for Global Media and Public Affairs Jusan Vincent L. Arcena presented the various programs and projects of the current administration during the recent Duterte Legacy Caravan held at NORSU Gymnasium.
Dumaguete City Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo acknowledged the Duterte administration for all the projects that benefited the people of the city to include the Malasakit Center, free education in state universities and colleges, financial assistance to displaced workers and families during the lockdown caused by COVID-19, livelihood projects through the Department of Labor and Employment, skills trainings conducted by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, construction of satellite hospital in Barangay Talay, completion of the Metro Dumaguete Diversion Road, construction of the city’s evacuation center, rehabilitation of the city port and airport, and the delivery of nearly 120, 000 of COVID-19 vaccines through the Department of Health and Senator Bong Go.
Among those who attended the caravan aside from the beneficiaries of the government programs are Vice-Mayor Karissa Tolentino-Maxino, Punong Barangays and personnel of TESDA, Dumaguete City Police Station, Department of Interior and Local Government, DOLE and other concerned agencies.
Launched by the PCOO, the Duterte Legacy Caravan aims to showcase and promote the programs, policies and legacies of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
Speaking virtually, Secretary Martin Andanar, a frequent visitor of Dumaguete City, also describe infrastructure development with the Build, Build, Build program which serves as a cornerstone project of President Duterte as more funds were invested and some six million jobs were created, along with 29,000 roads constructed, 450 seaports and 450,000 classrooms repaired.
Anchored on the President’s ‘Tapang at Malasakit’ brand of governance and people-centric public service, various government services are ready on the ground to be available to the public.