Voices of the Health and Economic Summit

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First allow me to accord utmost courtesy to the great men and women behind Synergeia.

If we will measure the value that Synergeia has given us way, way before, I don’t know if we can be compensated. They have helped our learners, especially now in light of the two adversities that have befallen Marawi City since the siege until now, during the pandemic. They never tire of helping us. They have this extreme compassion for the learners of Marawi City. For this, Ma’am Nene at sa lahat ng dumating ngayong—matagal-tagal na ang last visit ninyo. Two years. And now that you are here again in our beloved city and for that we thank you very much. We would like to tell you that we, in return, will serve our learners with utmost care, delivering quality education.

Allow me also to accord utmost courtesy to our best partner, the CLGU, the chief doctor, the boss of the City Health Unit, for the alleviation of the health of our learners and our teachers. We, too, are stringent in implementing the various protocols, like vaccination and all. What we are doing now in this health summit will strengthen more, give us more knowledge, capacitate us more, in protecting our learners especially now that we are doing face to face classes here in the City Schools Division of Marawi. We would like to inform Ma’am Nene na dalawa na pong paaralan namin ang nagbukas – Nanapun Elementary School and Mapandi Elementary School. And soon, when it ends, on March 21, iba po sa Central. They have one year in Marawi City because we follow the Inter-Ministry Memorandum Circular vis-a-vis the Joint Memorandum Circular. Two months sila, tayo po isang buwan. We will do another expansion when we are done on March 21, expanding to 11 schools. So, with your help, with everybody’s help, we will do better. We will be more equipped, healthy, safe in delivering quality education through the different programs that we will give to our teachers and learners in Marawi City Division.

Ako po ay nagpapasalamat uli na hindi kayo napapagod na tulungan kami sa Marawi and I would like to say this again. I always say this, every time I speak. Until we transition our last child, the last Marawi displaced child is transitioned to our permanent school in Ground Zero, please do not tire helping us. Because right this moment, we are still rising back. So, kindly don’t tire helping us until we transition our last displaced child to a permanent school.

Maraming-maraming salamat po. And in behalf of the entire City Schools Division of Marawi, welcome again. I hope that you consider Marawi your second home.

Thank you at mabuhay po kayong lahat.

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