DPWH-ARMM Continue to Build Infrastructures in the Most Dangerous Communities in Southeast Asia (Video)

The Department of Public Works and Highways in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DPWH-ARMM) reported on social media that they will continue to build infrastructure projects in the most dangerous communities in Southeast Asia.


In the latest video report posted by DPWH-ARMM On the Road official Facebook Page, the DPWH in the ARMM will build where no one else dares to build under the leadership of Pres. Rody Duterte and ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman.

Watch the DPWH-ARMM On the Road Report:



For so many years, Sulu has been held hostage by poverty and instability brought about by the seemingly infinite war between the rebels, extremist groups and the armed forces. Many deemed it one of the scariest places in the Philippines. But it was never been a hindrance to Gov. Mujiv H. Hataman of granting a developmental projects like roads, ports, bridges, school buildings and water systems to improve the lives of the people of Sulu, and now we can see how changed the province is, with its livelihood opportunities, increased efficiency in the health and education sectors progressive tourism,and above all, peace and order.

The DPWH-ARMM is now on full force to implement various infrastructure projects in the region particularly in the province of Sulu under the leadership of Engr. Abdulmunir I. Hadjirul, First District Engineer of the province and supervision of Engr. Don Mustapha A. Loong, OIC-Regional Secretary of DPWH-ARMM.

The ARMM Regional Government and the DPWH ARMM will continue to build in the most dangerous communities in South East Asia because the main reason why these communities has become haven for lawless elements - is that they were never reached by Government socio economic and infrastructure development.

Here's the Complete Report of DPWH-ARMM On the Road:

ARMM Public Works Wages Development for Peace in the most dangerous communities in the Philippines.

A few days after this video was taken, the workers and soldiers securing the project was attacked by the Abu Sayyaf in Panglayahan, Patikul, Sulu- the final frontier and the last impenetrable ASG communities in Sulu. In this project more than 60 fully armed soldiers guard the workers in the site. Bomb squads reguarly monitor the area for improvised explosives as an IED mortar bomb was placed on the route of the heavy equipment by lawless elements a few weeks earlier.

Two days ago, an engineer was kidnapped by the ASG as he stepped out of his house in Jolo Sulu. Few months ago, drivers were kidnapped and dump trucks burned.

But the ARMM Regional Government and the DPWH ARMM will continue to build in the most dangerous communities in South East Asia because the main reason why these communities has become haven for lawless elements - is that they were never reached by Government socio economic and infrastructure development.

For decades these communties had been in
The dark and had been the breeding ground of hate against government.

But darkness cannot be removed by more darkness. Only light can remove darkness.
Just as their hate cannot be removed by more hate from guns and bombs. Only love can remove their hate.

And the most concrete expression of love is the building of roads that will being forth opportunities for livelihood, education, health, water and light.

This valentines day, we dedicate it to the DPWH ARMM workers who died in building roads and the soldiers who died in protecting our workers and the engineer still in the hands of the Abu Sayyaf up to now.

We request for your deep prayers.

Source: DPWH-ARMM On the Road

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