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Sajahatra Bangsamoro Meaning: Peace, Prosperity in Muslim Mindanao
A step in the right direction for Pnoy unlike Erap's utak pulbura all out war against the MILF
President Benigno Aquino III and MILF chairman Al Haj Murad will launch “Sajahatra Bangsamoro,” a basic services program to uplift the health, education and livelihood conditions of MILF communities but also open for Christians, Muslims and Lumad of Mindanao
“Sajahatra Bangsamoro, an Arabic-Melayu-Bahasa derivative means "Peace Bangsamoro" or more like “blessings, prosperity and peace.” The program will bring Philhealth services to MILF communities, as well scholarships from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA) that are needed by the poor communities and forsaken Muslim brothers in Mindanao.
With food on their table for Muslims down south, rebellion and crime rate will go down and tourism will also spur economic growth.
Hope peace will finally be achieved as The Philippines can't move forward on its feet with war-torn Mindanao.
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