Manggal, Sumisip- One of the centerpiece program of Governor Jim Hataman Salliman is people’s accessibility to health services particularly the financially incapacitated and residents from far –flung areas.
On a fine Friday morning of June 16, 2017 at Buli-Buli Municipal Hall, Sumisip Municipality marked a significant event … a comprehensive Profiling of the ASG Returnees. The program commenced for the sole purpose of profiling of the 73 ASG returnees reported by the AFP 4th Special Forces Battalion to surrender few weeks before this activity. The program was initiated by the following interagency; Spearheaded by the Regional Government of ARMM-Regional Governor Mujiv S. Hataman, in collaboration with the Provincial Government of Basilan under the leadership of Governor Jim S. Hataman Salliman represented by Provincial Administrator Mr. Uso Dan Salasim, carried out by the Provincial Health Office supervised by Provincial Health Office/Officer In-charge Mr. Harrybert Hadjala, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office led by Mr. Anwary Acalun and Municipal Local Government of Sumisip preceded by Mayor Gulam Hataman. Also other agencies with significant involvement were Basilan Ulama Supreme Council managed by Chairman and Grand Mufti RDI-ARMM DR. Aboulkhair Tarason, AFP 4th Special Forces Battalion of Barangay Cabunbata commanded by 1st LT. Ron Jr. Villarosa, and NAGDILAAB a non-government foundation directed by Ms. Miriam Suacito
THE FIRST FARTHEST LGU IN ARMM TO RESPOND TO MARAWI CRISIS
Named as Basilan Taskforce – Sagip Marawi, the provincial government through the initiative of Governor Jim Hataman Salliman right away convened for an emergency meeting last May 30 two days after the start of Marawi siege, to discuss the aid of the province to the victims of terror attacks in Marawi. Present during the meeting are the different Mayors, Provincial deparment heads and members of the AFP.