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Mayor Rabat lauds Mati City’s ‘Walang Gutom Award’

Mati City Mayor Michelle N. Rabat has vowed to continue providing access to nutritious food and support for her constituents as her administration received the “Walang Gutom Award.”

She said the city government is deeply honored and grateful for the recognition from Galing Pook and the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

“This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team in addressing poverty and malnutrition in our community,” said Rabat, who received the award in a ceremony in Malacanang on Wednesday,

She said the local government’s Maternal, Mental, Nutrition Recovery (MMNR) Family Careavan initiative has been pivotal in reaching out to the most isolated and disadvantaged residents, providing them with essential services and support.

“This award inspires us to continue our efforts and strive even harder to ensure that no one in Mati goes hungry,” the official said.

“We remain committed to our mission and will continue to bring vital services to our remote barangays, ensuring that every citizen of Mati has access to nutritious food and essential support. Together, we can achieve a hunger-free Mati,” she stressed.

The mayor thanked the national government for acknowledging her administration’s initiatives and providing the platform to highlight their work.

“This award is not just a recognition of our past efforts but a motivation to sustain and expand our programs,” she added.

Mati was one of the ten local government units in the country to receive the award.

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