Malabon City partners with government agencies to improve education, health programs

The Malabon city government has partnered with government agencies and other organizations to help improve the lives of the Malabueños. 

“Tayo ay nakipagtulungan sa iba’t – ibang ahensiya upang mas mapalakas pa natin ang mga programa at mapabuti ang paghatid natin sa mga ito para sa mga Malabueño upang tulungan sila sa kanilang mga pangangailangan sa edukasyon, mga kalamidad at emergency, at sa kalusugan. Ito na ang ating panahon! Kaya makakaasa ang mga Malabueño na patuloy ang ating paghahatid ng mga serbisyo mula sa ating pamahalaan. Bilang ina ng lungsod, prayoridad natin na mapabuti ang inyong pamumuhay kaya lagi hong bukas ang ating tanggapan para sa inyo (We have collaborated with various agencies so that we can further strengthen the programs and improve our delivery for the Malabueños to help them with their needs in education, calamities and emergencies, and health. This is our time! So Malabueños can count on our continuous delivery of services from our government. As the mother of the city, our priority is to improve your living condition, so our office is always open for you),” Mayor Jeannie Sandoval said. 

The local government signed on Monday, July 1, agreements with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Health (DOH), PhilHealth, and Hook and Books.

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Mayor Sandoval and City Administrator Dr. Alexander Rosete signed a memorandum of agreement with Regional Director DSWD-NCR Atty. Michael Joseph J. Lorico, Assistant Regional Director for Operations DSWD-NCR Mr. Bienvenido Jr V. Berbosa, and DRMD, DSWD NCR Officer-in-Charge Jonathan C. San Agustin for the improvement of the distribution of relief goods to the residents who will be affected by natural disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes, and tsunamis.

The relief packs will be kept in partner warehouses in the city.

Sandoval also inked another memorandum of agreement with officials of the DOH and PhilHealth to establish a Universal Healthcare Integration Site for the residents' access to comprehensive, quality, affordable, and improved health services.

Meanwhile, the MOA signing with Hook in Books, was done through the initiative of LINKS Building Bridges for Children Inc., 

Through the partnership, a modern and improved library will be developed at Dela Paz Elementary School that will allow the intensified implementation of Brigada Pagbasa to promote literacy and knowledge among the students. 

The project is one of the solutions of the city government to increase the literacy rate of young Malabueños and enhance libraries to encourage more children to read.