Dingalan residents receive basic services through Serbisyo Caravan


BALER, Aurora-The Philippine Army’s 91st Infantry “Sinagtala” Battalion has joined the “Serbisyo Caravan” of the local government unit (LGU) Dingalan town for the continued delivery of basic services to residents on Monday, May 10, 2021 at barangay Dikapanikian, Dingalan, Aurora.

Lieutenant Colonel Reandrew P. Rubio, commander of 91st Infantry Battalion said that one (1) Platoon led by 1st Lieutenant Jevie J. Sagragao provided security and man-power assistance together with Dingalan Police Station officer-in-charge Police Lieutenant Jetro Amengan during the Serbisyo Caravan headed by Mayor Shierwin H. Taay together with different offices of LGU and other agencies. In addition, personnel of 91st Infantry Battalion offered services to the Dikapanikian residents that included the twenty tree (23) individuals who participated for the Libreng Gupit, ten (10) individuals for repairing of appliances by 7th Signal Battalion, Army Signal Regiment (ASR), nine (9) individuals for BP Consultation and feeding program gives for the fifty (50) individuals to the said barangay.

Aside from that, 1st Lieutenant Sagragao and Staff Sergeant Shane Gregorio of CMO Section 91st Infantry Battalion together with Philippine Coconut Authority Technician Frederick Ramos distributed (50) coconut seedlings to Maralitang Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Magsasaka Jose L. Nunes, the president of the said association and also distributed syrup and antibiotic for kids below 12 years of age with the assistance from the Barangay Health Workers (BHW) of the said barangay.

The said initiative was part of the government’s end local communist armed conflict (ELCAC) livelihood program. “The 91st Infantry (SINAGTALA) Battalion and other agencies are working together out of munificence to achieve the same intention and that is to deliver aid to communities in need,” Lieutenant Colonel Rubio said. He lauded the efforts of the LGU Dingalan and the supports of national and local agencies through Serbisyo Caravan in delivering government services closer to the people.