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    PRO3 LAUNCHES PROJECTS FOR COVID-19 INTERVENTION

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- To further strengthen its intervention against COVID-19, Police Regional Office 3 launched its newest projects the Kalig-Kasan Eco-Park, Food Highway and RektanG Bayanihan Food Bank on Monday, May 11.


Department of Agriculture Secretary Dr William D Dar together with the Chief PNP, PGEN ARCHIE GAMBOA graced said activities which is also in support to the “Balik Probinsya” program of Sen Lawrence “Bong” GO.


PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA said that these projects are designed to protect the environment, nurture and harness it to ensure food resilience in police installations and the communities they serve.


“Our Kalig-kasan Eco-Park is a good stress reliever since it enables us to commune with nature and help boost our immune system which is a way to fight COVID-19, while our Food Highway Project and PRO3 Food Bank are strategic mechanisms that can alleviate problems that may be encountered from end-to-end of the food supply system under the New Normal dispensation. Thru the creation of an express lane and logistics system, we will have a rapid and secured movement of food products from the farmers and other food producers of Central Luzon to the buyers of NCR and other parts of the country at the same time the food supply in Region 3 will be sufficient and continuously sustained,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.


The activity was also highlighted with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Philippine National Police, Department of Agriculture and other stakeholders and concerned agencies for said projects.

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga-  The push to save and protect the environment comes on the heels of the PNP’s program “Kaligkasan” which forges partnerships and collaborations  between PNP and the community, together with the Department of Tourism, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, other partner agencies, stakeholders and NGOs to support the government’s efforts in protecting and preserving the environment.

“Kaligkasan”- Kaligtasan at Kalikasan, a program that serves the community by protecting and preserving the environment for their safety and livelihood - PNP’s commitment to its Makakalikasan Core Value.

On Tuesday, PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA led the planting of 100 Royal Palm Trees and 2 Canary Palm Trees which were donated by Engr Paul Cruz, Charter President of San Ildefonso Buenavista Lions Club intended for the Kaligkasan EcoPark inside the Police Regional Headquarters which complements PRO3’s on-going project Rektang Urban Gardening.

“Planting trees is our own little way of helping protect our environment aside from beautifying the surroundings of the camp, the trees would help in providing fresh air to anyone,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

    

 

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga – In a gesture that shows cops recognize the importance of the labor sector, the Central Luzon Police headed by PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA  together with USEC JOEL EGCO distributed grocery packs, sacks of rice and dressed chickens to around 2,000 different members of the labor sector composed of market vendors, drivers, factory workers and farmers across the region, Thursday, April 30.

PBGEN SERMONIA’s initiative which is in line with the “Bayanihan to heal as one Act” also stands in sharp contrast to the possible conduct of massive protest of labor groups in time with the celebration of Labor Day on Friday, May 1.

“We are truly grateful to all our stakeholders for these donations since these are of great advantage to us in fulfilling our commitment of delivering the best police services especially during this time of crisis. We are scaling up our relief operations in order to reach all members of the society particularly the vulnerable sectors. This time, we are extending our support to the labor sector whose role in our country is very vital. We want to send a strong message to our laborers that the government and the police are always here for them,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

Said activity is a prelude to another relief operation for the laborers to be conducted on Labor Day.

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Police Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA has been scaling up the distribution of hygiene kits among the different frontliners across the region.

But this time around, the top cop has distributed to frontliners and police personnel hygiene kits with the Holy Bible.

“Amidst this pandemic, our frontliners’ primary weapons apart from their guns and equipment are their faith to the Almighty which shield them from danger. The hygiene kits are for their physical well-being while the Holy Bible is for their spiritual enrichment,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

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CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA said that Police Regional Office 3 has constantly been finding ways and means to help cater to more less fortunate families in the region and PRO3 personnel amidst the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon as it brings its flagship project “Rektang Urban Gardening sa Kampo” to the people of Central Luzon.

PBGEN SERMONIA said that the regional office started fish farming or aquaculture inside the camp premises as well as vegetable garden.

The “Rektang Urban Gardening sa Kampo” is in support to the Department of Agriculture’s Kadiwa program to serve more people and ensure the unhampered supply of fresh produce.

This morning, April 17, PBGEN SERMONIA led the harvest of tons of produce including fresh okra, eggplants, tomatoes, chili pepper and tilapia.   

“This will help provide additional fish and vegetable supply among our personnel, and of course, the needy during this time of crisis,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

Aside from the “Rektang Urban Gardening sa Kampo”, PRO3 has several programs to help the less fortunate such as Rektang Bayanihan, Adopt a Family Program and PRO3 Food Bank.