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Humigit-kumulang 1,000 residente ang natulungan sa MEDICAL AT DENTAL MISSION ng Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) sa Barangay Cambajao, Sibuyan Island, Romblon, kahapon, ika-23 November 2022.

Katuwang ang YWAM Ships Philippines, Department of Health, at ABSCBN, namahagi rin ang PCG ng mga family pack na naglalaman ng bigas, delata, at gamot.

Nagsagawa rin ng "spiritual and therapeutic sessions" para sa mga residente, sa pangunguna ng PCG Chaplain Service at YWAM Ships Philippines.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) conducted medical and dental missions in Orani, Bataan, on 20 November 2022.

Approximately 500 residents received minor medical surgeries, dental cleaning, and eye consultation.

Food packs and clean clothes were also given to the beneficiaries.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) responded to a maritime incident involving a commercial fishing boat that CAPSIZED at the vicinity waters between Tictabon Island and Mampang, Zamboanga City, yesterday, 30 November 2022.

At around 10:05 p.m., the PCG received a phone call from a resident of Mampang informing them about the capsizing of F/B JAYA-1 with 11 fishermen onboard, including the boat captain.

The Philippine National Police (PNP) Maritime Group initially rescued two of the 11 fishermen.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) will install four aids to navigation, specifically navigational lanterns, in Batanes.

This morning, 26 November 2022, the PCG conducted a send-off ceremony for BRP Gabriela Silang (OPV-8301), that will perform the said operation.

According to PCG Deputy Commandant for Operations, CG Vice Admiral Rolando Lizor Punzalan Jr, the navigational lanterns will be installed in four critical lighthouses in Sabtang, Mahatao, Ivana, and Valanga.

Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Commandant, CG Admiral Artemio M Abu, has joined the ASEAN COAST GUARD AND MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES MEETING 2022, held in Bali, Indonesia, from 22 to 23 November 2022.

CG Admiral Abu and his fellow heads of Coast Guard counterparts in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam reaffirmed their pledge to serve as DRIVING FORCES in advocating peace, security, safety, stability, prosperity, and friendship in the ASEAN region.

They also recognized the need to enhance mutual trust, strengthen the connection, and improve cooperation among Coast Guards in upholding regional maritime security and maritime safety.

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