Manila mayor underscores accomplishments in 100 days
Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna highlighted several achievements and projects that took place under her administration during her first 100 days in the office, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
“Makakaasa ang bawat Manileño na sa mga darating na araw at mga taon ay ibibigay niya ang mataas na uri ng paglilingkod sa pamamagitan ng masinop, epektibo, at episyente na pago-gobyerno (Every Manileño can hope that in the coming days and years she will provide high quality service through prudent, effective, and efficient governance),” said a five-minute video posted on her Facebook page.
During her first 100 days, Lacuna noted the construction of world class public schools in a bid to increase the quality of education of every young Manileno.
Last month, Lacuna announced that there are four new schools due for completion in 2023.
The mayor had also launched the educational assistance program, giving selected students financial aid amounting to P5,000 to support them in their school needs.
The mayor also cited the extended services in the city-run district hospitals such as the Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center, Ospital ng Sampaloc, Ospital ng Maynila, Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital, Ospital ng Tondo, and Sta. Ana Hospital.
Free laboratory testing is also being offered in 44 health centers, she added.
Lacuna has also been doing door-to-door visitations in the city.
During the flag raising ceremony on Monday, Oct. 10, she also announced that the Bagong Ospital ng Maynila and the new hospital in Baseco will soon open to the public.
Senior citizens, PWDs, and solo parents in the city have also been given equal opportunities, she said.
The city mayor also touted the launching of the “Kalinga sa Maynila” forum in an effort to address the queries and needs of each barangay and zone in the city.
Lacuna said they continued giving assistance to Manilenos affected by tragedies, calamities, as well as those suffering from illness.
She also highlighted the city’s effort to promote the eight tourism hubs in Manila, including Tondo; Binondo, Escolta, and San Nicolas; Santa Cruz; Quiapo and San Miguel; Sampaloc and Sta. Mesa; Intramuros and Port Area; Ermita, Malate and Paco; and Pandacan and Santa Ana.
Lacuna cited how the city strengthened its road cleaning and clearing operations in Manila, and the weekly general cleaning at the city hall.
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