Navotas receives special award from BJMP-NCR on 32nd anniversary
Navotas City - The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) National Capital Region has bestowed a Special Award upon the Navotas City Government as part of their celebration of the 32nd anniversary of their organization.
This honor recognizes Navotas City's significant contributions to advancing BJMP's vision and mission. One of these notable contributions is the showcase of handicrafts crafted by Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) at the NavoNegosyo Corner. Additionally, the city has implemented programs like the Alternative Learning System, which provides PDLs with opportunities to correct their paths and prepare for their eventual reintegration into society.
The award reflects the city's ongoing commitment to working alongside BJMP-NCR to improve the lives of PDLs. It underscores Navotas' dedication to helping these individuals find a productive and law-abiding path towards a better future upon their release.
Navotas City's efforts have not only been recognized by BJMP-NCR but also serve as a testament to the city's commitment to achieving rehabilitation and reformation among its PDLs. Through various initiatives and programs, Navotas City continues to work tirelessly to support those in need and build a safer and more inclusive community.
This Special Award from BJMP-NCR reaffirms the city's dedication to its partnership with BJMP and its pursuit of transformative programs that make a meaningful impact on the lives of PDLs, promoting rehabilitation, reintegration, and a brighter future for all.
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