MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur (PIA)–The Bangsamoro government through the Bangsamoro Commission for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (BCPCH) conveyed support for the opening of the Raheemah Economic Hub and Youth Development Center.
BCPCH Commissioner for Lanao del Sur Robert Maulana Alonto said the commission is the youngest agency of the Bangsamoro government tasked to preserve and promote Bangsamoro’s cultural heritage.
This, he said, includes supporting activities that will not only encourage the revival of traditional artisanship but also enable local artisans to be competitive in the modern marketplace.
Alonto stressed that Bangsamoro artisans, particularly women weavers, can practice their skills as well as display and market their products at the Raheemah hub which makes it a better venue to promote Bangsamoro cultural products.
With that, he gave his assurance that BCPCH will always be ready to partner with the Raheemah Peace Weavers and work with people and institutions toward strengthening the preservation of their cultural heritage. (APB/PIA-10/Lanao del Sur)