In Photo- Group of SBP-PMO with Sheikh Abdulhadie Gumander (7th from right in long sleeveā€™s shirt). Engr. Zubair Guiaman (5th from right)

SBP-PMO of MBHTE pays courtesy visit to Hay-atul Ulama in the Philippines

Sultan Mastura, Maguindanao (June 27, 2020)-Twelve (12) personnel of the School Building Program-Project Management Office (SBP-PMO) lodged to the BARMM's Ministry of Basic, Higher and Technical Education (MBHTE) had an early morning visit at Brgy. Bungabong, Sultan Mastura, Maguindanao to pay courtesy call to the Secretary General of Hay-atul Ulama in the Philippines, Sheikh Abdulhadie Gumander on June 27, 2020.
This group mainly composed of engineers, intended to conduct this activity to become more enlightened of the genuine manifestations of moral governance and to talk about common perspectives on stronger collaboration of Ulama sector (Islamic scholars) and the young professionals. 

Sheikh Gumander narrated how their organization started, what are the challenges it faced, and where it is heading right now. He was overwhelmed that this group exerted their efforts to reach-out and seek relevant teachings about moral governance. He is also optimistic about future teamwork between the Ulama and young professionals towards more guided and principled accomplishments for the progress and development in the Bangsamoro. 

The SBP-PMO was created by virtue of Executive Order no. 11 dated July 22, 2019 issued by Hon. Chief Minister Ahod Balawag Ebrahim that is lodged to the MBHTE. It is responsible for monitoring and supervision of School Building Programs in the entire BARMM. 

As the MBHTE continuously works hard to uplift the quality of education in the BARMM, the SBP-PMO serves as one of its arms in attaining this goal through ensuring that school building projects are being implemented in accordance with standard specifications and established guidelines. 

Through providing more quality school buildings to the young Bangsamoro learners, the SBP-PMO hopes and envisions for a brighter future of Bangsamoro, as gears of Education for the next generation.