THE POLICE Regional Office XI continues to mobilize and deliver relief goods and medical assistance to the affected communities following the shear line and low-pressure area that triggered flooding and landslides.
Under the leadership of Brig Gen Alden Delvo, the different units, led by the Regional Community Development Division, under Col Vimellee Madrid distributed assistance on Monday, Feb. 12, in Masara, Mawab, Davao de Oro.
On Feb. 9, they also went to Barangay Bobon, Mati City to distribute medicines to the Barangay Health Office with the participation of the Davao Oriental Police Provincial Office.
The delivery of basic medicines and a feeding program were conducted on Feb, 6 in collaboration with the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) and Buhangin Police Station in Sitio Uyanguren, Barangay Tigatto, Buhangin District.
Food packs were distributed to residents of Juliville, Barangay Tigatto, Buhangin District, after the flashflood on Feb. 3, together with the DCPO and Buhangin Police Station. On Feb. 2, the team visited Guadalupe, Catalunan Grande to hand out food packs with the assistance of the Talomo Police Station.
Another round of food packs and other services was distributed on Jan. 31 in Barangay Basak, Nabunturan, Davao de Oro with the help of the Davao de Oro Police Provincial Office, and the 1st & 2nd Davao de Oro Police Mobile Force Company.
On Jan. 25, the team went to Barangay Guadalupe in Carmen, Davao del Norte, and handed out food packs in coordination with the Carmen Police Station and the Fraternal Order of Eagles on Jan. 25.
Relief operations were conducted with the assistance of the Davao City Police Office and the sponsorship of the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Purok 2, Bunawan, on Jan. 25.
Delvo said these activities addressed the immediate needs of the flash flood and landslide victims for potable water, food, and medicine. Further, the PRO XI provided area security and police assistance to the different evacuation areas and helped in the search and rescue operations.
Delvo thanked stakeholders like the Fraternal Order of Eagles for the help they have extended to the police and the affected residents.
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