Taguig City holds mobile birth registration

  • May 15, 2017

TAGUIG CITY,  May 15 (PIA) – Starting Saturday, the city government of Taguig will be visiting its barangays to hold a mobile birth registration.

 

The mobile registration which start today, May 13 will be held in the following barangay halls: Barangay Napindan (9:00AM-12:00NN); Barangay Fort Bonifacio (9:00AM-12:00NN); Barangay Ibayo (1:00PM-4:00PM); and in Katuparan Barangay Hall for Barangays Katuparan and Pinagsama (1:00PM-4:00PM).

 

On May 20, the mobile birth registration will be visiting the following barangay halls: Upper Bicutan Hall for Barangays Upper Bicutan and Maharlika Village (9:00AM-12:00NN); Barangay Lower Bicutan (9:00AM-12:00NN); Barangay Central Bicutan (1:00PM-4:00PM); and Barangay Bagumbayan (1:00PM-4:00PM).

 

And on May 27, the mobile birth registration will be held at the Western Bicutan Multi Purpose Hall, Barangay Western Bicutan and at the barangay hall of Barangay Ususan, both from 9:00AM to 4:00PM.

 

The Mobile Birth Registration program is in line with Mayor Lani Cayetano’s desire to have the births of all Taguigeños registered. A resident born in Taguig will not have to pay any fee for the registration. (TAGUIG/RJB/JEG/PIA-NCR)


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