AFP Completes P205-M Projects in 5 Provinces

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AFP Completes P205-M Projects in 5 Provinces


BUTUAN CITY - The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) announced Saturday the completion of P205 million worth of "Kalayaang Barangay Projects" or KBP in five provinces in Northeastern and Northern Mindanao regions.Lt. Col. Triumph Dominic G. Bagaipo, commander of the 4th Civil Military Operation (CMO) Battalion, said these completed KBP projects are already benefiting thousands of villagers particularly those in far-flung areas. The engineering battalions of the 52nd Engineer Brigade under Brig. Gen. Romulo M. Cabantac Jr. started the construction of these KBP projects in 2008 and completed in 2009, while some were completed early this year in the area of responsibility (AOR) of the 4th Infantry Division.These projects are located in the hinterland villages in the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, all in Northeastern Mindanao (Caraga Region), and Bukidnon in Northern Mindanao region.The KBP is under the National Development Support Project (NDSP).The project aims to assist the national government in its peace and development initiatives to establish a physically and psychologically secured environment conducive to socio-economic growth especially in the remotest villages.For these five provinces, the KBP projects were divided into school buildings, farm-to-market roads, water systems, electrification facilities, day-care centers and health centers, bringing the total cost of the projects to P205 million. …

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