Manila City Hall services return to the community
Manila City Hall is set to bring its services back to the community through the "Kalinga sa Maynila: Pulong-Pulong sa Pagtulong" program, which will take place on Wednesday, March 29 at Sta. Teresita St. corner Lardizabal St. in Sampaloc, starting at 8:00 a.m.
Several offices from the Manila City Hall, such as the MTPB (Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau), Department of Public Services-Manila, Department of Engineering and Public Works-Manila, Manila Police District, Manila Barangay Bureau, Manila Civil Registry Office, City Legal Office, Manila, Manila Health Department, Manila Department of Social Welfare, Manila OSCA, Public Employment Service Office - City of Manila, and Veterinary Inspection Board, will be present to offer their services to those in need.
The "Kalinga sa Maynila" program aims to provide more services to reach the community, and it will continue to bring its services to other areas in the city. Through this program, the Manila City Hall hopes to ensure that its services are accessible to all and that the community receives the help it needs.
The Kalinga sa Maynila program is a manifestation of the Manila City government's commitment to bringing its services closer to the people. By bringing different government offices and services to the communities, the program aims to make government services more accessible and convenient for the people.
Apart from the different government offices and services that will be present during the Kalinga sa Maynila event, there will also be free medical check-ups, dental services, and distribution of medicines. This is in line with the Manila City government's goal of promoting health and wellness among its constituents.
In addition, there will also be a feeding program for children and distribution of relief goods for families in need. This is a testament to the Manila City government's efforts to provide for the basic needs of its people, especially those who are most vulnerable.
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