PBGEN ROLANDO B ANDUYAN, Regional Director together with PRO 10 personnel, stakeholders and members of Indigenous People joined the simultaneous nationwide Launching of BARANGAYanihan Help and Food Bank of the Philippine National Police which was conceptualized by PGEN GUILLERMO LORENZO T ELEAZAR, CPNP in response to COVID-19 pandemic crisis held at PRO 10 Grandstand, Camp 1Lt Vicente G Alagar, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City on May 14, 2021.

The BARANGAYanihan has been practice long before by the PNP thru the existing community food support program of the PNP like Kapwa Ko Sagot Ko, Community Feeding Program, Food Bank and other community support program existing in the different PROs. It aimed to continuously respond to the needs of our constituents especially during this challenging period of COVID 19 pandemic and natural calamities.

The activity started with an Invocation led by PBGEN JASON D ORTIZO, Chaplain Service followed by the Welcome Remarks of PMGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA, TDPCR. An Audio Visual Presentation regarding the Concept of the Project was presented followed by the Turn Over of Donations received by PGEN GUILLERMO LORENZO T ELEAZAR, Chief, PNP assisted by Command Group and other NHQ Staff.

PGEN GUILLERMO LORENZO T ELEAZAR, CPNP extended his gratitude to all the stakeholders who took part with this activity thru their donations.
Likewise, PBGEN ROLANDO B ANDUYAN, Regional Director received 234 boxes of assorted goods and drinks, 79 sacks of rice, 11 boxes of sardines and 30 boxes of noodles from the different stakeholders vis-à-vis JTI Philippines Inc. and L&P Motor Parts/HUA YOU VOLUNTEER.

One of the highlights of PRO 10 during the said activity was the giving of food packs to each of the five members of Indigenous People that contained 5 kilos of rice, assorted canned goods, noodles, coffee, and sugar.

Before the activity end, PBGEN ANDUYAN gave the Certificate of Appreciation to the stakeholders who donated goods for the food bank. The activity was covered by four media personalities.

The activity was carried out in strict compliance with necessary health and safety protocols to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases.