ILIGAN CITY, July 31, (PIA TFBM ICCC) — The Information Management and Strategic Communications Support Group of Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM) showcased the interventions and rehabilitation efforts of the government for Marawi through a photo exhibit.

The TFBM exhibit made a presence at Robinsons Place Iligan, from July 26 to 29 during the conduct of Kalinaw Kultura. Being one of the partners of the event, TFBM aims to highlight its efforts for rebuilding a peaceful community for the Maranaos.

Various news reports on the recovery efforts of Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM) for Marawi City are played on a television at Robinsons Place iligan during the conduct of Kalinaw Kultura. (Photo: James Umaran/ PIA ICCC)

A television was also put up to show the various services of TFBM in partnership with different private organizations in helping the affected residents for their recovery.

Maranao products were also showcased. Among of these include the Arkat A Lawanen Marawi Icon Dolls for Peace, made by the Maranao women affected by the siege with the aim to promote the culture and traditions of Maranao society.

A mall goer at Robinsons Place Iligan looks into the photo exhibit showcasing the various interventions and rehabilitation efforts of Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM) for Marawi City during Kalinaw Kultura on July 26 to 29. (Photo: James Umaran/ PIA ICCC)

“Hindi kailangan isakripisyo ang tradisyon at kultura. And pagdevelop sa Marawi, nandyan pa po ang kultura at tradisyon ng ating mga kapatid na Maranao,” said Assistant Secretary Felix Castro Jr., TFBM Field Office manager, during the grand launch of Kalinaw Kultura.

[There is no need to sacrifice tradition and culture. For the development for Marawi, the culture and tradition will remain intact.]

Castro also reiterated that consultations and dialogues were conducted with different stakeholders of Marawi from April to May wherein their inputs were considered for the development plan of the city. (LEAntonio/PIA ICCC)