Cooperation and participation of all the stakeholders bring progress, Masbate Vice Governor Kaye Revil said.
This was proven by the success of Revil’s First Responders’ Congress, which was attended and participated by various agencies and organizations
“This is how we make progress. We bring everyone together, we collaborate & put all our stakes on the table & share knowledge, expertise, passion & love for our Province & country with each other,” the Vice Governor said.
“The First Responders’ Congress Atty Kaye Celera Revil initiated was well attended & participated by the PNP, BFP, Philippine Army, NAPOLCOM, Philippine Coast Guard, BJMP, DSWD, DILG, DOH, DepEd & the Phil. Red Cross. LGU Officials and SKs of Masbate City, Mobo, Baleno, Aroroy, Balud , Mandaon, Milagros, Cataingan, Cawayan, Dimasalang, Claveria, Uson and Esperanza as well as Criminology students of Masbate Colleges joined as well,” she saidm
Revil’s husband and former Masbate Governor Atty. Vince Revil gave an inspirational and informative talk in behalf of her during the event.
Present during the event was Luntiang Pilipinas 1st Nominee and Former Chief of Philippine Daily Inquirer News Desk Michael Ubc who shared his Harvard Thesis Study on Climate Change Preparedness.
Meanwhile, Bureau of Fire Protection’s F02 Alvin Dela Peña tackled the Disaster Preparedness before, after and during fire & earthquake situations.
Also, Philippine Coastguard’s Dr. Michael Florencio discussed the Water Safety & Mass Casualties Incident, while Philippine Army’s Major Bernardo Quaimjot talked about the on Enhance Comprehensive Local Integration Program.
Moreover, Philippine National Police’s PSUPT Gerardo Balatucan zeroed in on the Peace & Order situation in the Province of Masbate from January to February 13 this year.
Kabalikat Civicom’s Virgilio Natural talked about the disaster preparedness and emergency Responses contribution for the community.
“Grateful to everyone’s cooperation & support. Cong. Scott Lanete & Cong. Marvi Espinosa-Bravo thank you also,” said Revil.
“Simultaneous to the First Responders’ Congress was the Annual Mass Blood Donation Drive that we also spearhead in partnership with the Red Cross. Thank you Ma’am Marie Jane M. Oxemer for ably facilitating,” she said.