The Panama Maritime Authority participated successfully in the Nineteenth Community Services Fair on Taboga Island, also attended by thirty State institutions offering free government services.
Thousands of residents, including hundreds of tourists, visited this exhibition and saw first-hand the various opportunities and services offered by State institutions that presented how the national government gives contributions to different areas of the country.
The AMP provided villagers briefings on the services rendered, courses offered to local fishermen and brochures were handed out with information and materials on marine pollution. In addition, there were souvenirs such as hats, pens, post cards, card holders and notebooks, among other things.
This fair was coordinated by the Citizen Participation Program organized by the Presidency of the Republic, which also arranged vaccinations, medical care, a jumbo fair, haircuts, face painting, sporting games, informational materials, handicrafts, artistic presentations, snacks and soft drinks.
The AMP booth was visited by the mayor of Taboga, who was welcomed by the Administrator of the Port of Taboga, Ernesto Marin and his collaborators.
Some of the government agencies involved in the Community Service Fair were: the Ministry of Health, Inadeh, Ampyme, Pandeportes, Inac, Miviot, Idaan, Ima, the National Police Force, the Naval and Air Service, Sertv, Mef and the National Assembly.
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