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DAVAO DEL NORTE TOWN LAUNCHES ‘KUSINA NI TOMAS’

The town of Sto. Tomas in Davao del Norte has acquired a mobile kitchen as part of the municipality’s disaster response to provide hot meals to disaster victims.

Mayor Ernesto Evangelista said the P2.4-million worth mobile kitchen will be used by the town during a disaster operation to ensure the victims will be provided with safe and hot food.

“We purchased the mobile kitchen to strengthen our interventions to the Tomasinos especially when disaster comes,” Evangelista stressed.

“The mobile kitchen features a public address system, a water dispenser, a waste tank, a food burner, a cabinet, a working table, a lavatory, kitchen utensils, among others.”

The mayor said the mobile kitchen features a public address system, a water dispenser, a waste tank, a food burner, a cabinet, a working table, a lavatory, kitchen utensils, among others.

“The mobile kitchen dubbed as ‘Kusina Ni Tomas’ will accommodate informal settlers and families in poor communities during disaster response operations.”

Meanwhile, Leilani Rafol, the officer in charge of the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO), said the mobile kitchen dubbed as “Kusina Ni Tomas” will accommodate informal settlers and families in poor communities during disaster response operations.

“Other sectors of the community are also expected to benefit from the mobile kitchen,” Rafol said, adding that the mobile kitchen will be maximized to augment the operations of the MSWDO and the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office.

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