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PSA orients Army's 1002nd Infantry Brigade on Community-Based Monitoring System

GENERAL SANTOS CITY -- The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-Sarangani Provincial Statistical Office and the Malungon Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO) met with the Philippine Army's 1002nd Infantry Brigade at its headquarters in Malungon town, Sarangani, on Feb. 28 for a biref orientation of the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS).

The PSA and the MPDO represented the Municipal CBMS Coordination Board (MCCB), chaired by Mayor Maria Theresa D. Constantino, as they took a significant step towards enhancing community development in the municipality through a massive information campaign for the upcoming 2024 CBMS Synchronous Implementation.

PSA Sarangani Senior Statistical Specialist Carla Mary Lou D. Fusilero explained that the activity aimed at equipping the participants with the necessary information and knowledge about CBMS to actively participate in its implementation.

Brig. Gen. Patricio Ruben P. Amata, commander of the 1002nd Brigade, attended the orientation activity.

He was with staff officers Majors Richard F. Caspillo and Shamon G. Pamittan; Captains Felinger B. Catao and Bernold S. Paroginog; 1Lt. Amadeo John C. Bruan; Seargents Mark Anthony B. De Leon and Ral G. Sumatra; and Corporals Francis A. Fernandez, Mario S. Osmaña Jr., Albert M. Nonggod, and Gladys Eve S. Serdoncillo.

Fusilero and Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator Richard E. Saranillo served as resource persons for the activity.

Meanwhile, Statistical Specialist Mark Jiel D. Aninag and Planning and Development Officer Ahasuerus Keen A. Pacheco also assisted in the technical discussions of mapping under the jurisdiction of the brigade, among other subject areas that would help in the CBMS implementation in the municipality. (PSA Sarangani)

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