GenSan partners anew with Seaoil Foundation, USAID-Renew Health in program vs illegal drugs


General Santos City Mayor Ronnel C. Rivera has expressed gratitude to Seaoil Foundation and USAID-Renew Health for their partnership with the local government in implementing its program against illegal drugs.

Rivera recently inked anew an agreement with Seaoil Foundation and USAID-Renew Health for the implementation of the “Katatagan Kontra Droga sa Komunidad.”

The Katatagan Kontra Droga sa Komunidad (KKKDK) is a community-based drug treatment and recovery (CBDR) services.

“I know that these partnerships that we have entered today will help more Generals and that we can improve our CBDR and in our pursuit for health-seeking behavior in our communities and that I believe in their big role in the continuing rehabilitation of our victims of drugs,” Rivera said during the signing ceremony.