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South Cotabato ‘Kabugwason’ scholarship opens 120 slots this year

Koronadal City—More students can avail of education assistance as the Provincial Government of South Cotabato announced the Kabugwason Paglaum Scholarship Program (KPSP) for undergraduate and post graduate this school year. Janly Grace Aspera, Program Coordinator, said there are 120 available slots for eight categories under the scholarship program. “Forms are downloadable and not for sale,” …

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10, 597 clients avail free hospitalization in South Cotabato

Koronadal City—In its bid to have “Tama kag Maayo nga Serbisyo,” the Provincial Government of South Cotabato stressed the fast and immediate delivery of assistance to indigent families and individuals in crisis. Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) assisted free medicine and hospital care to 10, 597  South Cotabatenos from January to  June of …

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Pfizer, Moderna for COVID-19 booster doses available in South Cotabato

Koronadal City—COVID- 19 booster vaccines are readily available in South Cotabato, Provincial Immunization Program Coordinator Faith Arizaleta confirmed in an interview recently. “Booster shots made by Pfizer, Moderna, and Pfizer kids are ready for South Cotabatenos,” Arizaleta said. The booster helps people maintain strong protection from severe coronavirus disease, Arizaleta explained. “We are encouraging parents …

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South Cotabato remembers GAMABA Lang Dulay

Koronadal City—The people of South Cotabato led by the Provincial Government commemorated the works of Tnalak Master Dreamweaver Lang Dulay through a wreath laying ceremony in her hometown Lake Sebu. Today is her birth anniversary. Lang Dulay’s grandson Delmo Dulay  said the birth of her grandmother is a symbol of hope and unity just like …

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Tnalak festival condemns discrimination

Governor Reynaldo Tamayo, Jr. vowed to address discrimination among indigenous people in South Cotabato, stating that the Tnalak Festival has been a venue that celebrates unity amidst diversity. “Unity brings us to 56 years. These were the dreams of our ancestors. Our indigenous people, with all their hearts, gave the people from the Visayas and …

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South Cotabato tightens security, opens incident command center

Koronadal City—Security measures are laid down as Tnalak Festival formally opens tomorrow, the Incident Management Team confirmed. Rolly Doane Aquino, Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officer-In-Charge, said all measures to control and protect the public are activated. “Security plan and medic posts are in place,” Aquino stressed. The IMT is composed of the forces from …

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Sen. Jinggoy Estrada to open Tnalak Festival 2022

The Opening Program Committee of the Tnalak Festival this year confirmed the attendance of Sen. Jinggoy Estrada this July 14. Emmanuel Jumilla, Committee In-Charge, said the senator will join the official festival opening and releasing of doves with the provincial government officials at the South Cotabato Sports Complex. “The gates will open as early as …

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Tnalak Festival 2022 is now 95 percent prepared to open on July 13

Koronadal City—The Tnalak Festival is now 95 percent ready to welcome guests and tourists in preparation for its grand opening on July 13, 2022, the festival committee secretariat announced. Argie Ryan Asaria, Tnalak Festival Head of the Secretariat, said all the activities are prepared and ready to be conducted on specific dates during the festival. …

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Gov. Tamayo calls for ‘magsinadya kita’ this Tnalak Festival

Koronadal City—After two years of “no mass gathering’ because of the pandemic, Governor Reynaldo Tamayo, Jr. urged the public to celebrate and see the return of the Tnalak Festival with caution, of course, since the health emergency is not yet over. “Ano man ang ating kinakaharap sa ngayon hindi ito makapipigil sa atin upang ipagdiwang …

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LGUs vie for championship in ‘Tnalak Festival’ open volleyball tournament

Koronadal City—The local government units in South Cotabato are vying for the coveted championship in the inter-LGU open volleyball tournament, one of the sporting events this Tnalak Festival. Sonia Bautista, the committee in charge, said the team aims to get the P50, 000 cash prize in the tournament. “We are happy that all the towns …

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