Caloocan City – with a population of 1.7 million, first district representative Oscar G. Malapitan who happens to be the father of Mayor Dale Gonzalo R. Malapitan expressed his message of support and gratitude.
Present among the visitors are Secretary of Science and Technology Renato U. Solidum Jr. With his speech, and he has Shared that the Philippines is very vulnerable and at risk of disaster. With the December 2023, 9. 7 and risk index of PH and 9.4 in Tsunami.
The formal turn over of adoptable technology of Mobile Command and Control Vehicle ( MoCCoV) with Triage Technology,
also present on the ink deal Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Science and Technology National Capital Region and City Government of Caloocan at Caloocan sports Complex, Bagumbong RD. Barangay 171, Caloocan
Mayor Dale Malapitan represented by City Administrator Aurora Ciego The development of the MoCCoV and other Philippine made DRRM technologies is in support of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.’s call to Filipinos to join the government in bolstering the country’s disaster preparedness, recovery and resiliency.,
DOST NCR Regional Director Engr Romelen T Tresvalles Together with Mr Warren D. Gomez, Supervising Science Research Specialist CAMANAVA clustered area S&T office head Engr Sancho A Maborang DOST Undersecretary for Regional Operations
Dr James D Lao Chief of CCDRRMO
On video presentation of Alex Nadurata the Action Officer of City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.
Filipino Inventor Mr Dennis Abella of Metro Asia Exchange Creation of MoCCoV
Mainstreaming Science and Technology through innovation like water proof drone, with solar and wine power supply are MoCCOV features include a weather monitoring station, a rescue quadcopter drone, global satellite communication and surveillance equipment, rescue and medical equipment and portable boat.
Furthermore, after the launched is the press conference. On the strategy of DOST in piloting MoCCoV funded under the DOST’s Community Empowerment thru Science and Technology (CEST) program.
The development of the MoCCoV and other Philippine local DRRM technologies is in support of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. call to Filipinos to join the government in bolstering the country’s disaster preparedness, recovery and resiliency.
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