CamNorte Gov Tallado’s flagship project felt in far-flung village


Camarines Norte Governor Edgar Tallado’s signature public service project, the Multi-Services Caravan, has been on a roll lately.

A Camarines Norte News report bared that some 95 households in Barangay Catanduganon, Mercedes town benefited from the free services offered by the caravan on Thursday, June 1.

Locals were particularly thankful about the caravan visit since Catandunganon is located at the very edge of Mercedes.

Also known as Serbisyong Tallado, the caravan offers free medical check-up, tooth extraction, haircut, hot oil, and hair color treatment.

Given away to constituents during these visits are food packs (containing rice, canned goods, instant noodles, etc.), reading glasses, seedlings, and vitamins for livestock, among others.

Expected to be visited by the caravan Friday, June 2 is the municipality of Basud, particularly the villages of Lidong, Mandaso and Taisan.

The Multi-Services Caravan was halted at the onset of the election season last year. Although Tallado won the gubernatorial race, he was faced with legal troubles and thus couldn’t get his programs going.