Thursday, March 31, 2016

GROUNDBREAKING TI CABUGAO EVACUATION CENTER, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naaramid ti Groundbreaking Ceremony ti maipatakder ti Cabugao Evacuation Center iti School Compound ti Cabugao South Central School, Brgy. Bonifacio, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. Naaramid ti seremonia  iti Marso 30, 2016 a nagatendaran dagiti nadumaduma nga Stakeholders, School Heads ken Barangay Officials.


Indauluan da Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ken ni  DILG Provincial Director Paul Lalata agraman ken ni MLGO Officer Constancia L. Quinola kasta pay  kadagiti kameng ti Municipal Engineering Office a timmulong a nagisagana kadagiti masapsapul ken nangpasangbay kadagiti nagsangpet a bisita. 

Iti Mensahe ni Mayor Ediboy, kimmablaaw ken nagyaman kadagiti Opisiales ti DILG Provincial; DepED Personnel ken Barangay Officials ken kasta metten  kadagiti dadduma pay a naitaripnong iti Groundbreaking Ceremony. 

Innayon pay ni Mayor Ediboy a dina koma kayat a paudi ti ili a Cabugao a maikkan latta ti proyekto manipud iti DILG ket kayatna nga iti DepED ti maysa a pakaipaayan koma dagiti sumagsaganad a proyekto ti Ahensia tapno makomplementaran met iti napintas a pannakibinnadangna iti LGU iti pannakapasayaat ti Sektor-Edukasion iti ili.


Kabayatanna, dinakamat ti Ama ti Ili iti naaprobaran nga Apropriasion ti 300 a Million ti balorna  a proyekto babaen iti Konseho Munisipal ket nupay sapasap a maikkan dagiti barbarangay kadaytoy a proyekto ket daytoy met ti resulta iti nasayaat a panagtutunos ken adu a partisipasion dagiti Opisiales ken NGOs kadagiti gannuat a mangpadur-as ti kasasaad dagiti umili ti Cabugao.

Pinagyamanan pay ti Alkalde Munisipal ti agtultuloy a pammati, talek ken pannakitimpuyog  ti DepED ken iti amin nga umili ti Cabugao iti pannakagun-od kadagiti napapateg a proyekto a kas iti evacuation center.

Iti biang ti DILG, pinagyamanan met  ni Director Paul Lalata iti panangited ti Munisipio ti Cabugao iti napartak a panangaramidna iti pagrebbenganna iti pannakapaadda dagiti kangrunaan a papeles tapno mapadaras a maaprobaran daytoy a proyekto.

Innayon ti  DILG Director a mabalin met a mausar a multipurpose daytoy a maipasdek a proyekto tapno agbalin a “functional”.

Ti Cabugao Evacuation Center ket napaadda a proyekto babaen iti Gobierno Munisipal nga idauluan ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr.  manipud iti DILG-Bottom-up Budgetting (BUB) ken ti LGU-Cabugao   nga aggatad iti P7.5 Million. 

Bimmayabay da Public Schools District Supervisor Dr. Consesa T. Rumias; Mrs. Estrellita M. Siruno, Principal II, CNCS; Municipal Engineer Crescencio Marcos C. Formoso ken ni MDRRMC Officer Engr. Nestor B. Somera ken ni Mayor Ediboy iti pannakaisulbong ti Time Capsule ken iti pannakakagabor daytoy iti nadakamat a seremonia ti Groundbreaking. # (Web In-Action)

DSWD STRENGTHENS PROGRAMS, SERVICES FOR WOMEN

This Women’s Month, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) launched a community driven development and empowerment initiative in the municipality of San Antonio, Quezon dubbed “Si Tonyo para kay Juana”, a localized version of the He for She Campaign of the United Nations.

The campaign engages all men to help ensure that women will achieve empowerment and equality, their rights are highly recognized and honored and will be free from all types of abuse and violence.
In the oath pledged by all men of San Antonio, Quezon, it was emphasized that men will actively participate in all activities and events that are related to the women of San Antonio, Quezon; will never be the reason of violence against women and girl- children; and, will cooperate with the government and civil society organizations that raise and push the welfare of women in their community.

More services for women
At the same time, the Department continues to implement various programs and services for disadvantaged women.
These are the Promotive Programs which pertain to the Department’s national-initiated and the core poverty reduction programs, such as Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino, Sustainable Livelihood  (SLP), and  Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and integrated Delivery of Social Services  (Kalahi-CIDSS) and 

Protective Services which pertain to the development, implementation and management of social protection programs and services.
Promotive Programs
Under the Promotive Programs, women are engaged as partners for their own development.
As of February 29, 2016, a total of 3,925,599 are women partner -beneficiaries of  Pantawid Pamilya.
Celyn Morales, a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary since 2009 from Barangay Commonwealth, Quezon City, shared, “Madami kaming natutunan sa pag-attend sa Family Development Sessions (FDS), katulad ng pakikipag-communicate sa mga anak, tamang pagbabadyet ng pera, at pagiging aktibong mamamayan (We learned a lot from the FDS, such as communicating with our children, proper budgeting of expenses, and active citizenship).”

Celyn, who has four children, works as a babysitter and has a part time job as laundry woman during weekends. Her husband is a shoe vendor at Commonwealth Market. The couple has four children, who are all studying, hence, the cash grants they receive from the program hugely help in their children’s education.

Another Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary, Soledad Esquillo from Barangay Commonwealth, Quezon City, recognizes how the program has empowered and enabled her to become a big help in the community.

“Nakakatulong din ako sa mga kapwa ko benepisyaryo at kapitbahay sa pamamagitan ng  pagbabahagi ng tamang inpormasyon. Halimbawa, kapag mayroong may sakit na  nangangailangan ng tulong medikal, o yung mga namatayan na walang pangpalibing, sinasabi ko sa kanila ang mga requirements para makahingi sila ng tulong sa DSWD (I am able to help my fellow beneficiaries and neighbors by providing them the right information. For instance, when somebody is sick and needs medical assistance, or those whose family members died and have no money for burial, I tell them the requirements so they can request for assistance from DSWD),” Soledad enthused.

On the other hand, a total of 289,100 women were mobilized as volunteers in the community driven development projects as of January 2016. A total of 185,049 women were trained and 55,266 are managing the various committees in the implementation of the KALAHI-CIDDSS NCDDP community projects.

One of the women-volunteers, Zenaida Cleope, a 50-year-old widow from Barangay Mataas na Kahoy, Mamerto Natividad, Nueva Ecija, narrated, “Ipinagmamalaki ko na ako ay isang volunteer ng Kalahi-CIDSS. Hindi ko inakala na puwede pa akong tumulong sa pagpapatayo ng classroom project namin dito sa barangay sa kabila ng aking edad (I am proud to be a volunteer of Kalahi-CIDSS. I did not imagine that I could still help in the construction of our barangay project despite my age).”

Meanwhile, under the Sustainable Livelihood Program, 89,484 women had been given capital assistance and currently managing their livelihood projects as of January 2016. Some of the livelihood projects are retailing, manufacturing, and farming, among others.  Likewise, they were locally hired as fabrication crew, sorter, and hotel attendant.

Vilma Ochea of Barangay Sta. Cruz, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur and president of the Sta. Cruz SEA-K Association expressed her gratefulness to DSWD’s SLP for the changes the  program has brought to their lives.

“Dahil sa programa, nagkaroon kami ng karagdagang mapagkakakitaan (Because of the program, we now have additional sources of income).

“Sa oras ng biglaang pagangailangan, sigurado kami na mayroon kaming matatakbuhan para sa tulong pinansyal mula sa itinayo naming kooperatiba (In times of emergencies, we are certain that we have somewhere to run to for financial assistance through the credit lines we could get from the cooperative that we have organized,” she said.
Protective Services

According to DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, the Department is strengthening its efforts in helping abused, disadvantaged and exploited women.
“We have a lot more to do to strengthen the capacity of women, to help and improve themselves. I believe that with the joint efforts of different sectors, we can achieve this goal,” Sec. Soliman underscored.

In 2015, the Department assisted a total of 253,091 cases of women in especially difficult circumstances (WEDCs) who were victims of violence, physical and sexual abuse, exploitation, illegal recruitment, human trafficking, and armed conflict.
Of the 253,091 WEDC cases, 249,581 women were served through community-based services nationwide while 3,510 WEDC cases were served under residential care  facilities.
Under the community-based services, the  women were provided with gender-responsive case management and appropriate services such as, but not limited to, temporary shelter, psychosocial support and healing sessions, medical services, self-enhancement sessions, livelihood skills development sessions, counseling services, legal assistance and witness preparation, and referral to concerned agencies for other appropriate interventions.

The DSWD manages 22 residential care facilities for disadvantaged women and girls. These are: Haven for Women located in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, and in Regions I, II, III, IVA, VI, VII, VIII, and XI; Marillac Hills, also known as National Training School for Girls in Alabang, Muntinlupa City; and Group Home for Girls located in Regions I-XII.
The facilities provide home life services, counseling services and escorting of clients during court hearings in the absence of social worker from the local government unit (LGU), socio-cultural and recreational program, spiritual enhancement, leadership and skills training, medical and dental services, vocational training and livelihood productivity program and referral to other NGOs with programs and services responding to the needs of the clients.

Likewise, after care services and community-based support services are also given to these women by the Local Social Welfare Development Offices (LSWDOs) once they are discharged from the centers and are re-integrated with their families and communities.
Sheila, (not her real name), 16 years old is a victim of incest, raped by her father when she was 11 years old. At Home for Girls in Iloilo, she regained hope and self-worth.
“Dahil po sa mga programa dito sa center, unti-unti ko nang natanggap ang pinagdaanan ko. Unti-unti rin pong lumawak ang isip ko.  Natutunan ko pong may pag-asa pa at ang mahalaga ay nanumbalik ang tiwala ko sa Diyos (Because of the programs in the Center, I was able to accept what I have gone through. Little by little, I learned that there is still hope, that I still have my self-worth and most importantly, I found my faith once again),” she said.
Services for women-survivors of disasters

As the most vulnerable among the women’s sector, women affected by various disasters are also DSWD’s priority. To ensure that they return to their normal functioning, DSWD provides them with counseling, housing and livelihood assistance.

Women-friendly spaces (WFS) are also set-up in evacuation centers to cater to their special needs. The WFS is a facility that addresses the specific needs of women affected by disasters and provides a more systematic, organized, and gender-responsive way of delivering services to them.
Dahlia Atok, 53 years old of Barangay Concepcion, Ormoc City, lost her house and livelihood when Typhoon Yolanda struck Eastern Visayas. She became a beneficiary of the Bangon Mini Farm Project under the DSWD-SLP in partnership with Land Bank of the Philippines and other stakeholders. Under SLP’s Enterprise Capital Assistance, Dahlia was given P10,000 worth of farm materials to help her
start her new organic farming venture.

“Masaya ako dahil ito talaga ang gusto ko, ang mag-farming. Ngayon kumikita na kami ng P1,000-P2,000 weekly kada lingo depende sa mga klase ng tanim na inaani at ipinagbibili namin  (I am happy because farming is really what I like to do. We now earn P1,000 to P2,000 weekly from the  different crops that we harvest and sell),” Dahlia proudly shared.
Ngayon nakakatulong na ako sa iba. Na-share ko pa ang bagong teknolohiya ng organic farming (I can now help other people, and also share the organic farming technology),” she enthused. #  Source – www.dswd.gov.ph

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

INAUGURATION TI COVERED COURT, NASANGAILI NI DIPUTADO RONALD

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur –Naaramid ti Seremonia ti Cutting of Ribbon ti naipasdek a baro a Covered Court iti Barangay Sagayaden, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur babaen iti panangannong  ni Diputado Ronald V. Singson a binayabay da Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr.  ken ni  Vice Mayor Deogracias Jose Victorino DJ” H. Savellano agraman dagiti kameng ti Konseho Munisipal,  Opisiales  ti Barangay a nakipaset iti programa nga idauluan ni ABC President, Brgy. Captain Thaddeus “Teddy” U. Soller iti pannakagetteng ti laso a mangipakita iti pannakaisibro ti nasao a pasilidad.


Naaramid ti Cutting of Ribbon idi Marso 29, 2016 iti disso ti nasao a pasilidad iti nadakamat a barangay.

Iti panagsarita ni Diputado Ronald, kimmablaaw iti amin a naitaripnong kasta met kadagiti LGU Officials nga idauluan da Mayor Ediboy ken ni Vice Mayor DJ Savellano.

Innayon ti Diputado a daytoy a naited a proyekto ket bunga ti  gaget ken panagkaykaysa dagiti Opisiales ken lumugar iti Barangay Sagayaden a nangkiddaw itoy. Pinagyamanan ni Diputado Ronald iti agtultuloy a  talek ken pammati dagiti umili ti Cabugao nga idauluan ni Mayor Ediboy.

Impaganetgetna kadagiti lumugar a taripatuenda koma a nasayaat daytoy a naited kadakuada.

Iti Mensahe ni Mayor Ediboy, kinablaawanna ti amin a naitaripnong. Impeksa ni Mayor Ediboy ti ragsakna ket innayonna  a saanda  a mapaay a nangted iti kastoy a proyekto iti Barangay Sagayaden  agsipud ta ammoda iti pagrebbengan ken obligasionda a makibinbinnadang iti pannakapaadda ti proyekto ken  iti agtultuloy a kinasayaat ti tunos dagiti lumugar ken dagiti balligida.


Napnuan ragsak met a nagyaman ni Brgy. Sagayaden Punong Barangay Virgilio Piros kada Diputado Ryan, Mayor Ediboy, Vice Mayor DJ, ken dagiti kameng ti Konseho Munisipal, Bisita ken kalugaranna a kaduana a nangimatang iti pannakainagorar daytoy a proyekto. Inkumitna iti pannakataginayon ti kooperasionda a lumugar nangruna iti pannakataripato daytoy a napateg a proyekto a nagun-odanda.

Nakikaysa iti Inauguration Ceremony da Mr. Josh Edward S. Cobangbang; Vice Mayor DJ Savellano; SBM Danny Q. Gazmen;  SBM Vicky S. Serna; SBM Dr. Jemaima S. Tan-Yee; SBM Atty. Bryan Jett S. Pano;  SBM Jayhan Charisma Alcid-Tan; SBM Josefina S. Vallejo; Atty. Randy B. Kinaud; Brgy. Captain Arnold V. Yangat ken ni ABC President Thaddeus U. Soller. # (Web In-Action)

WOMEN’S MONTH CELEBRATION 2016, NASELEBRARAN

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti selebrasion ti Women’s Month ita a bulan ti Marso 2016  babaen ti pannakaaramid ti Training iti Women’s Month Celebration 2016 cum Team Building babaen iti Tema a: “Kapakanan ni Juana, Isama sa Agenda”  a  nagatendaran dagiti babbai (RIC Members) iti Pederasion ti RIC-Cabugao ken Kameng/Opisiales ti Civil Society Organization (CSO). Naangay ti panagsanay iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi Marso 29, 2016.



Immuna a paset ti programa iti  naaramid a Registration dagiti Training Team ken Blood Glucose Test kadagiti partisipantes babaen kadagiti RHU Staff.



Nagsarita ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. Kimmablaaw ken nagyaman.  Dinakamatna ti pateg ti pannakabigbig ti  karbengan dagiti babbai wenno iti masasao a  “Women Empowerment”. 



Impasingked ni Mayor Ediboy ti naan- anay a suporta ti Gobierno Munisipal kadagiti gannuat a kayat nga aramiden ti sektor ti babbai ditoy ili ti Cabugao. 



Innayon ni  Mayor Ediboy  a saan laeng koma nga agpatingga iti panagipatungpal iti paaramid ti Gobierno-Lokal  no di pay ket koma  agbalin a karit nga agtultuloy nga aramiden para iti pagsayaatan dagiti sumarsaruno a kaputotan.



Inyam-ammo ni Ms. Grenalyn P. Amoroso, RIC President, Brgy. Carusipan  dagiti nagatendar, Sangaili ken Partisipantes; Overview of the Training ti binagi ni MSWD Officer  Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen.



Iti Training Proper, naglektiur da Dr. Bernardino P. De Gracia III, Designated MHO maipapan iti sakit a Diabetes; Women’s Rights and Laws ni SPO4 Bernadette Aquino, PNP-Cabugao; Briefing on Fire Prevention Tips ni FO4 Elmer C. Acapuyan, BFP-Cabugao; Lectures on Barangay BUB, Group Workshop, Group Reporting,  Synthesis of Group Report and Action Points ni Ms. Constancia L. Quinola, MLGOO-Cabugao; Lectures on Promotion of “Daang Matuwid” & Signing of Commitment Statement ni Mrs. Brenda Nolasco, Community Mobilizer, DILG ken Lecture on Conditional Cash Transfer Bill (CCTB) ni Miss Jessie Ann Tabut, Municipal Link, DSWD. 



Napabaknang ti padas ken kaammuan dagiti nagatendar babaen kadagiti grupo a workshop ken aktibidad a  mainaig iti Team Building.  # (Web In-Action)

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

CORONATION RITES TI MR. & MS. CNCS 2016, NAANGAY

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti Coronation Rites ti Mr. & Ms. Cabugao North Central School (CNCS) 2016  idi malem ti Marso 28, 2016 iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur babaen iti Tema: “
Partnership Realizes Progress”.

Linuktan ni Mr. Jose Paligutan, Sr., PTA President ti programa ket kimmablaaw para iti amin a nakipaset kadaytoy nga aktibidad  ken dagiti opisiales  ti Gobierno Munisipal nga idauluan ni Mayor Ediboy  a kankanayon a ka-danggay dagiti dadaulo  ti eskuela ken nagannak iti aniaman a gannuat a para iti pagsayaatan  dagiti agad-adal.

Daytoy nga aktibidad ket kulminasion ti Popularity Contest nga inangay ti nasao a pagadalan a nagbuligan dagiti mangisursuro ken nagannak/agay-aywan ti ubbing.

Insaad  da  Mayor Edgardo ”Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ken ni  Dr. Consesa T. Rumias, Public Schools District Supervisor ti korona da Mr. & Ms. CNCS  2016 nga isuda Miss CNCS 2016  Richelle Joy S. Sajonia 1st ken ni Mr. CNCS 2016 Cyrus James C. Gatchalian 1st. 

Kapa met ti insaad da Mr. Josh Edward S. Cobangbang ken  ni  Dr. Consesa T. Rumias  idinto ta Sash ti imbanda da Ms. Candy Castro ken ni Dr. Ivy C. Bello ken ni Mr. CNCS; Mr. & Mrs. Ramon Sajonia met ken ni Ms. CNCS.

Iti mensahe ni Dr. Consesa T. Rumias, Public Schools District Supervisor ket  kinablaawanna dagiti PTA Officials, agad-adal ken nagannak/agay-aywan iti anepda a nangigannuat iti  kastoy nga aktibidad. 

Pinadayawanna met dagiti mangisursuro nga idauluan ni Mrs. Estrelita M.  Siruno, School Principal II ta agtultuloy latta ti tunos dagiti mangtartarawidwid ti Cabugao North Central School kas pagwadan a pagadalan. Innayon ti Superbisora nga itultuloyda koma dagitoy a napintas a programa ken aktibidad  a mangmuli iti kinatao  dagiti agad-adal.

Pinagyamanan pay ni  Dr. Rumias  ti Gobierno Lokal nga idauluan ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. iti suporta ken pannakailungalong iti agtultuloy a pagsayaatan dagiti pagadalan iti sapasap nga ili ti Cabugao ken iti Cabugao North Central School.

Pinadayawanna pay  ti awan iti pakaisukatanna a panagsakripisio dagiti nagannak ken agad-adal tapno matun-oyanda laeng dagiti arapaapda a makaadal.

Naiballaet a naipabuya dagiti Intermission Numbers ken Tribute to the Royal Court nga impaay dagiti agad-adal iti Grade Level kabayatan   ti pannakaited ti Sash, Coronet, Trophy ken Corsage dagiti agparis  a Prinsipe ken Prinsesa iti 1st agingga iti 6th babaen kadagiti napusgan a mangiyawat. 

Kasta metten ti pannakaited iti Sashes ken Corsage kadagiti agasmang a Prinsesa ken Prinsipe manipud 7th Place agingga iti 20th Place babaen kadagiti natudingan a mangited kadagitoy. 

Nagyaman ni Mrs. Estrelita M. Siruno, Principal II, CNCS  iti amin a timmabuno ken namag-balligi kadaytoy nga okasion iti pagadalanda. 

Nagatendar iti Coronation Rites da Mr. Josh Edward S. Cobangbang; Vice Mayor DJ Savellano; SBM Danny Q. Gazmen;  SBM Vicky S.Serna; SBM Dr. Jemaima S. Tan-Yee; SBM Atty. Bryan Jett S. Pano;  SBM Jayhan Charisma Alcid-Tan; SBM Josefina S. Vallejo; Mr. Rodel P. Suniega, Principal 1, Turod Elementary School; Mrs. Estrellita M. Siruno, Principal II, CNCS;  Mr. Genaro Solmerin, Head Teacher, Salapasap E/S; Ret. Col.  Constante Pante; Ret. District Supervisors Rudy S. Vallejo ken ni Remigio Sunico; Cabugao Fire Marshal Elmer C. Acapuyan; MLGO Officer Constancia L. Quinola; MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen;  SB Secretary Maxfel S. Suboc; Municipal Engineer Crescencio Marcos C. Formoso; Ex-PTA President Armando Azcueta ken da Ret. Teacher Mrs. Dinia S. Azcueta ken ni Mrs. Eufrocina N. Pante.  # (Web In-Action)

DENR URGES PUBLIC TO BE CLIMATE-CONSCIOUS THIS SUMMER

Environment Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje has called on the public to be climate-conscious and use water more efficiently during the Holy Week and the rest of the summer season amid a strong El Niño phenomenon.

“The prevailing heat nowadays should remind people that we are experiencing a longer and hotter dry season. This is aggravated by El Niño and will continue as long as we do not take concrete personal steps to mitigate the impacts of climate change,” Paje said.

He added: “Let us also not forget that while we are enjoying the scenery and the time with our loved ones, there are those who are losing a lot of their livelihood because of the heat and dry spell.”

Farmers bear the brunt of drying effects of El Niño, with agricultural losses have reached more than P5 billion, covering over 200,000 hectares of farmland, according to the Department of Agriculture.

The country’s water supplies are also under close watch as reservoirs begin to dry up and rivers carrying less water.

Paje, meanwhile, urged the public to take measures to mitigate the effects of El Niño like conserving energy and water.

“Enjoy the beauty of our natural wonders, which our country has been blessed with so many of. But remember to keep the environment in as clean and pristine state as possible, or contribute to its improvement, not deterioration,” he said.

He also gave the following tips for climate-friendly summer:

• Use only as much water as needed. Any excess can be used for animals to drink, to water plants, flush the toilets, or clean floors or cars

• Use reusable food-grade containers, not disposable plastic, for food and drinking water to minimize waste

• Keep surroundings clean to reduce the use of energy and water that may be needed to clean them up

• Switch off and unplug electrical appliances, devices or fixtures when not in use

• Keep vehicles well-maintained to lessen pollution, and

• Patronize fuel-efficient vehicles that can transport more passengers at a time. This not only saves on gas but reduces emissions that worsen the heat and contribute to air pollution.

The environment chief also encouraged communities to start cleaning up waterways in their areas to prevent possible flooding after the country’s weather bureau warned of possible onslaught of La Niña when El Niño ends.

La Niña is a phenomenon that usually follows El Niño, bringing above normal rainfall, stronger monsoons, and more storms. #  Adapted -  www.denr.gov.ph

SELEBRASION TI SEMANA SANTA 2016, NAGLEPPAS

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Natalna ken nasolemnidad ti rugi ti selebrasion ti Semana Santa  kadagiti umili ti Cabugao, Ilocos Sur (Marso 16, 2016-Marso 27, 2016). Iti  kangitingitan dagiti   “Nangina nga Aldaw” ket naipamaysada ti nagselebrar iti sidong ti pamilia, gagayyem  ken kakabagianda.

Naaramid ti Estasion Heneral idi malem ti Martes Santo, Marso  16, 2016 ket naaramid ti libut babaen kadagiti Parishioners ti  Iglesia Romano Katolika ken  ti Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI). 

Iti unos dagiti aldaw a masakupan ti Semana Santa, agtultuloy a natalna ti kasasaad  dagiti umili ken naannayas ti turong ti  trapiko iti amin a direksion a pagaaduan ti tao: iti Simbaan, Kalsada Nasional ken idiay Tiendaan.

Kanaig daytoy, iti pannaki-amad ti Web In-Action, imbatad ti Cabugao Municipal Police Station  a naannayas ti pannakaipakat ti Summer Vacation (SUMVAC 2016) ken iti akem ti Tourist Assistance Center ti Kapolisan kasta metten iti “Lakbay Alalay” Program ti Department of Public Works Highway-Region 1 (DPWH-1) a kakammayetna ti Land Transportation Office (LTO), Philippine National Police (PNP) ken  Local Government Units (LGUs) iti nagsisina nga station iti Holy Week break manipud Marso 21 agingga iti Marso 28, 2016.

Innayon ni Engr. Nestor B. Somera, MDRRMC Officer a naki-koordinarda met kadagiti law enforcing groups  iti pannakitinnulongda iti maipapan iti First Aid ken  Rescue Team  nangruna kadagiti Coastal Barangay a disso dagiti Tourist Destinations ken Beach Resort a napanan dagiti Turista ken B akasionista kadaytoy  a selebrasion ti Holy Week 2016. #  (Web Situational Report)

Monday, March 28, 2016

CHAMPION KEN COACH TI REGIONAL ESSAY WRITING CONTEST, NAPADAYAWAN

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Kalpasan ti Flag Raising Ceremony iti Pamilia-LGU   iti  Marso 28, 2016, inyawat ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ti pammadayaw a Plaque of Recognition ken ni Ms. Marinel  S. Gaspar ti Lipit National High School, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti panangabak daytoy iti kalleppas a Regional Essay Writing Contest nga insayangkat ti Bureau of Fire Protection-Region 1 Office a maysa kadagiti nangkulminar iti pannakaselebrar ti Fire Prevention Month 2016 nga addaan ti Tema: “Kaalaman at Pagtutulongan ng Sambayanan, Kaligtasan sa sunog ay Makakamtan.”


Ti nadakamat a Plake ket naited idi Marso 21, 2016 idiay Patac, Sto. Tomas, La Union babaen iti pirma ni Sr. Supt. Lilibeth Q. Simangan (DSC) BFP, Regional Director.


Kagiddan ti pannakapadayaw ni Ms. Gaspar ket inyawat pay ni Mayor Ediboy ti Certificate of Recognition ken ni Mr. Aubrey Segui Somera, Coach kas panangbigbig iti  pannakipasetna iti salip a kas Coach ket binayabay ni Municipal Fire Marshal Elmer C. Acapuyan ti Ama ti Ili  iti pannakaiyawat ti nasao a sertipiko.  # (Web In-Action)

BATTLING THE HEAT

In spite of the strong El Niño that has been battering the entire nation since September last year, the Department of Agriculture (DA) is optimistic that only a negligible percentage in production and yield decrease will be felt.

For one full year, February 2015-February 2016, less than 195,000 hectares (ha), from combined rice and corn production areas, were reportedly affected. This is 361,046 ha less than the affected areas during the 2009-2010 dry spell.

The minimal damage, according to agri-experts, may be attributed to the prompt distribution of support and assistance, as well as the dissemination of information to farmers.

Agriculture chief Proceso J. Alcala stressed that farmers knew better now and opted not to plant crops that are most susceptible to drought. This time, they grew drought-resistant crops including peanut, mongo, soybean and sweet potato, which reduced the chances of damage and loss.

PROACTIVE MEASURES

At the onset of El Niño, the Department of Agriculture thru its concerned bureaus and attached agencies, and regional offices laid-out adaptation strategies to cushion the impact of the season—forecasted to be the driest and hottest of the year (2015-2016).

These include reinforced irrigation and water management, as well as intensified pest management and surveillance initiatives.

For fish health, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has been in full command of monitoring and management activities—keeping a close watch on all operations for both the fish capture and fish culture subsectors.

Aside from these, the crop insurance system was enhanced. Thru the Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation (PCIC), the DA provides insurance protection to farmers against losses incurred from natural calamities, plant diseases and pest infestations.

Under PCIC’s crop insurance program for rice, for example, a farmer may get indemnity ranging from P41,000-P65,000 which covers the cost of production per hectare.

On top of all of these, the Agriculture Department has steadily provided seed and vaccine support to the most affected communities.

CLOUD SEEDING SORTIES

Cloud seeding, one of the most effective El Niño adaptation strategies, continues to bring in positive results.

In Mindanao, particularly in SOCCSKSARGEN, Sec. Alcala called for additional hours of sorties, following a successful series of cloud seeding.

In other parts of the country, cloud seeding operations have already taken-off—resulting to scattered rain showers that provided a refreshing break for the arid farmlands.

But more than adaptation, the government continues to look for long-term and permanent solutions to the repetitive dilemma that is the El Niño. As the DA dons full battle gear to combat the effects of drought, the nation is encouraged to take action as well. After all, this is OUR battle.

EL NIÑO OUTLOOK

As per PAG-ASA report, El Niño will reach its peak this March, with 16 provinces in Southern Philippines taking the havoc of the drought. These include Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay, Bukidnon, Lanao del Norte, Misamis Occidental, Davao del Sur, South Cotabato, North Cotabato, Saranggani, Sultan Kudarat, Tawi-Tawi, Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Maguindanao and Sulu. Two provinces in the Visayas (Negros Oriental and Siquijor) and one in Luzon (Palawan) will also be greatly affected.

Dry spell will continue to linger in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao particularly in Benguet, Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Zambales, Rizal, Occidental Mindoro, Bohol, Camiguin, Misamis Oriental, Compostela Valley and Davao del Norte.

The PAG-ASA Lexicon 

Dry condition - two consecutive months of below normal (21%-60% reduction from average) rainfall conditions. Dry Spell – three consecutive months below normal (21-60% reduction from average) rainfall conditions or two consecutive months of way below normal (more than 60% reduction from average) rainfall conditions. Drought – three consecutive months of way below normal (less than 60% reduction from average) or five consecutive months of below normal (21%-60% reduction from average) rainfall condition. # Source – www.da.gov.ph

PAGREBBENGAN KABAYATAN TI SELEBRASION TI SEMANA SANTA, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Kalpasan ti Flag Raising Ceremony ti Pamilia LGU-Cabugao iti Marso 28, 2016 iti sango ti Municipal Hall, nagsarita  ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. iti imatang ti Pamilia-LGU   ket 

kimmablaaw ken pinagyamananna iti pannakaipatungpal dagiti pagrebbengan dagiti nadumaduma a Departamento ti LGU-Cabugao kasta metten kadagiti nakasalinong nga Ahensia iti rugi, kabayatan ken kalpasan ti napaut a bakasion iti Nangina nga Aldaw (Semana Santa 2016). 

Dinakamat ti Ama ti Ili  iti  alerto ti Kapolisan ken BFP ken  dadduma pay a sektor wenno grupo a timmulong   iti pannakaaramid dagiti trabahoda  kabayatan ti pannakaselebrar ti Semana Santa 2016 nangruna iti pannakaaywan ti linak ken talna ken ti trapiko iti Manila North Road (Kalsada Nasional).

Dinakamat pay ti Municipal Chief Executive iti makapabang-ar-rikna a damag manipud kadagiti agbakbakasion ita a Balikbayan iti ili iti napintas a pannakapasangbayda ken pannakaasikasoda a kas kliente ditoy Munisipio ket inggunamgunam ni Mayor Ediboy a maitultuloy  koma latta dagitoy a tagipatgen a galad a maipakpakita ken iparparikna ti sapasap kadagiti Bakasionista.

Kabayatanna, naiyam-ammo iti Pamilia-LGU dagiti dua a nainayon a baro a kameng ti BFP-Cabugao. # (Web In-Action)

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

SKILLS TRAINING ON HOG FATTENING, NAGLEPPAS

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naileppas  ti maikatlo nga aldaw a  panagsanay dagiti 100 a 4 Ps Beneficiaries iti Barangay Aragan, Arnap. Bato, Cael-layan, Catucdaan, Cuantacla, Cuancabal, Daclapan,  Dardarat, Lipit, Maradodon, Marga-ay, Nagsincaoan, Namruangan, Pila, Pug-os, Quezon, Reppa-ac, Rizal, Sagayaden, Sisim, ken Turod, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti Marso 23, 2016 ket naangay ti maikatlo nga aldaw ti panagsanayda iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.


Umabot ti 100  a 4 Ps Trainees  ti naiprograma nga agpartisipar kadaytoy a kurso nga inggannuat ti Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) ti DSWD ken nakikammayetan ti LGU-Cabugao  nga idauluan ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ken ti Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)  para kadagiti makasapul ti panggedanda nga umili kadagiti Barangay ti ili.

Iti nasao  a maikatlo nga aldaw, naiyadal kadagiti Trainees iti panagpatan-ayan  ti baboy babaen iti panaglektiur dagiti Technician iti 5 Js Seguban Agriventures, Inc. 

Nagsarita ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ket kimmablaaw ken nagyaman  ta agtultuloy latta ti pannakaited iti panagsanay kadagiti 4 Ps Beneficiaries babaen iti DSWD-DTI ken komkomplementaran ti LGU-Cabugao babaen iti panangtarabayna kadagiti Trainees.

Nagsarita met ni SBM Atty. Bryan Jett S. Pano, Committee Chairman on Social Services. Anag ti Mensahena iti panangapresiarna  kadagiti Trainees ta naballigi iti resulta ti 3-day training-da.


Nagatendar met da MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen; Mrs. Wilma S. Cruz, Focal Person ti SLP Cabugao; Miss Aida S. Cueto  ken ni Mr. Dennis P. Aguimbag, SLP-PDO ti SLP-DSWD kasta metten kadagiti Staff ti MSWDO-Cabugao ken ti 4 Ps  Municipal Link-Cabugao. 

Nagdemonstrar dagiti pannakabagi ti University of Northern Philippines (UNP) Extension Services  Office/College of Hospitality & Tourism Management - Vigan City iti kadaytoy a livelihood training iti maikadua nga aldaw idinto ta naglektiur dagiti pannakabagi ti CJ Philippines ken ti 5 Js Seguban Agriventures nga idauluan ni Mrs. Juliet A. Seguban iti maikatlo nga aldaw ti seminar. 

Nakikaysa met da Mr. Recson Villacillo, CJ Philippines Senior Regional Manager; Mr. Aldrex Belaras, District Manager, Abra ken ni Ms. Renalyn Biding, District Manager, Ilocos Norte. # (Web In-Action)


LGUs ADVISED TO SUPPORT WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES DAY

In line with the observance of Women with Disabilities Day on March 28 this year, Secretary Mel Senen S. Sarmiento of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is encouraging all Local Chief Executives (LCEs) to conduct fitting activities to promote the full participation of women with disabilities in national development.

“Mahalaga na mahikayat ang mga kababaihan na may espesyal na pangangailangan na maisama ang kanilang mga adhikain sa kabuuang plano ng pamahalaang nasyunal,” said Sarmiento.

The theme for this year’s celebration is “Kapakanan at Karapatan ni Juanang May Kapansanan, Isama sa Plano ng Bayan.”

In his directive, the DILG Secretary also urged LCEs to support Women With Disabilities Day by undertaking the following activities in their respective areas:

•Hanging of advocacy streamers/tarpaulins in strategic places. The design/lay-out of the tarpaulin can be downloaded from the National Council of Disability Affairs (NCDA) website at http://www.ncda/gov.ph.
•Conduct of Orientation-Workshop cum Communication Planning on Republic Act 10354 otherwise known as “The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012”

•Conduct of forum on Reproductive Health Law and Action Research on Gender and Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Management (DRRM).

“Hinihikayat natin ang mga lokal na opisyal na maging aktibo sa pagsulong ng kapakanan ng mga kababaihang may kapansanan,” the DILG Chief said.  # Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

SARMIENTO WANTS STRICTER RULES IN ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS

This Fire Prevention Month, Secretary Mel Senen S. Sarmiento of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) urges local government units (LGUs) to implement stricter rules in the issuance of building and construction permits.

“To alleviate, if not totally prevent, fire incidents due to electrical overloads, faulty wirings and other electrical issues, all Local Chief Executives (LCEs) are strongly urged to be stricter in issuing building and construction permits,” said Sarmiento.

He said that under the Philippine Electrical Code, LCEs should primarily require electrical plans that include design analysis to all applicants for said permits, and ensure that those with existing buildings, factories, and infrastructure have their respective updated design analysis and calculations.

The design analysis, he said, must show the calculation of short circuit currents and voltage drop among others.

The Secretary pointed out that compliance of business owners to fire safety measures and supervision of LGUs for public security is in line with the theme of Fire Prevention Month that says, "Kaalaman at Pagtutulungan ng Sambayanan, Kaligtasan ay Makakamtan".

Moreover, Sarmiento reiterated to LGUs their roles relative to Republic Act No. 9136, otherwise known as the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA), as specified in the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Energy Regulatory Commission.

The implementing rules and regulations of RA 9136, reads, “Any application or petition for rate adjustment or for any relief affecting the consumers must be verified, and accompanied with an acknowledgment of receipt of a copy thereof by the LGU Legislative Body of the locality where the applicant or petitioner principally operates together with the certification of the notice of publication thereof in a newspaper of general circulation in the same locality."

The DILG Secretary ordered strict compliance with the above provisions of the law, and proper attendance of local government representatives to ERC hearings. # Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

SARMIENTO ENJOINS CONTINUOUS BARANGAY REGISTRATION OF KASAMBAHAYS

The welfare of domestic workers or kasambahays is not forgotten in the full plate of Secretary Mel Senen S. Sarmiento of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG).

In Memorandum Circular No. 2016-11, Sarmiento enjoins barangay chairpersons to advocate the Barangay Registration of Kasambahays by requiring every employer within his/her jurisdiction to register his/her kasambahays in the Kasambahay Masterlist.

“A part of the Barangay Assembly Day of each barangay in March 2016 should include the discussion on Barangay Registration of Kasambahays,” said Sarmiento.

The Secretary explained that this is in accordance with Republic Act No. 10361 otherwise known as An Act Instituting Policies for the Protection and Welfare of Domestic Workers that was approved by President Aquino two years ago.

“This is a prompter to all barangay officials not to take the Barangay Registration of Kasambahays for granted. Representatives from the Pag-IBIG, PhilHealth and SSS may be invited to set-up their respective desks to accept application for membership,” he said.

The law defines kasambahay as any person engaged in domestic work within an employment relationship such as, but not limited to, the following: general househelp, nursemaid or “yaya”, cook, gardener, or laundry person, but shall exclude any person who performs domestic work only occasionally or sporadically and not on an occupational basis.

The term does not include children who are under foster family arrangement, and are provided access to education and given an allowance incidental to education, i.e. “baon”, transportation, school projects and school activities.

Barangay Kasambahay Desk

In July 2013, the DILG directed barangays to have Kasambahay Desks. Barangay chairpersons were ordered to devise a system to ensure the registration of all kasambahays in their barangays including an on-line registration through their official website or e-mail.

The Kasambahay Registration Form (KR Form 1) and the Kontrata sa Paglilingkod sa Tahanan are available at the barangay and city or municipal Public Employment Service Office (PESO). Both forms are also downloadable at www.dilg.gov.ph and www.dole.gov.ph.

In case of termination of the contract, employers ought to immediately notify?the Kasambahay Desk for updating purposes.

The disclosure of information about the kasambahay and the employer by the barangay and the local (PESO) is subject to compliance with the requirements of Republic Act No. 10173 (Data Privacy Act of 2012) and other existing laws, otherwise, violators shall be subjected to fine or imprisonment. # Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

PHILHEALTH REFORMS TO ENSURE FUND SUSTAINABILITY

THE President and Chief Executive Officer of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) Alexander A. Padilla today assured the public that the National Health Insurance Program (NHIP) fund remains stable and that it is able to fully pay for the benefit claims of its members.

In 2015, the PhilHealth paid PhP 97B, up from P77B the year before. The Sin Tax Funds has allowed PhilHealth membership coverage to expand benefits to the poor and the senior citizens. Republic Act 10645 or the amendment to the Senior Citizens Act enabled the universal enrolment of senior citizens and specifies that “funds necessary to ensure the enrollment of all senior citizens not currently covered by any existing category shall be sourced from the National Health Insurance Fund of PhilHealth from proceeds of Republic Act No. 10351, otherwise known as the Sin Tax law.”

To date, the NHIP has provided coverage to 93 million members and dependents, representing 92 percent of the projected 2015 population of about 101 million.

Padilla however said that while premium collections in 2015 reached PhP 96B, there is still a need to improve the consistency of payments by the different member-sectors. Collections had increased starting in 2013, when the National Government started paying the premiums of poor Filipinos under the National Household Targeting System as a result of additional revenues from Sin Taxes.

Padilla is cognizant that like any corporation, PhilHealth needs to continuously look at ways to improve operational efficiencies in collection, claims processing and benefit development. For instance, it has developed a strategic, operational analysis and reporting tool which provides real-time information on membership coverage, claims and collections. It is hopeful that this tool, as well as new policies and parameters on benefits, will help address some major problems. Furthermore, as PhilHealth is a social health insurance, wherein membership is assured without any pre-conditions, it must now be more discerning of the health care providers it will entrust with the care of the millions of Filipinos who depend on PhilHealth for health security.

It has also enhanced its information technology (IT) systems, introduced steps to ease member registration and employer remittance processes, and espoused anti-red tape initiatives particularly in the frontline offices. It has also strengthened its fraud prevention and control mechanisms such as filing the appropriate cases, imposing fines and penalties to erring health care professionals and institutions to protect the health insurance funds.

Padilla also issued an appeal to the sense of social solidarity from the members who earn more. He also appealed to companies to regularly remit the proper premiums to PhilHealth. The Philippines has the lowest social health insurance premium rates in Asia and the last time these rates were increased, particularly in the employed sector, was about two (2) years ago. Despite the status quo in premium contribution rates, PhilHealth has expanded its case rates to cover over 9,400 medical conditions and surgical procedures, and introduced at least 13 Z Benefit Packages to provide financial risk protection for members coping with illnesses requiring prolonged treatment and management.

He also asked the public to report fraud and anomalies and to refrain from allowing themselves to be made part of any fraudulent or abusive practices, to help protect the fund. “The PhilHealth fund is ours to share during the time when health problems arise. We need to ensure that no one takes advantage and commits fraud, because doing so would deprive another member of his right to health,” Padilla said.

The PhilHealth Chief also bared the results of the PhilHealth module from a recent nationwide survey conducted by a reputable survey firm which showed that net public satisfaction on the support and protection that PhilHealth provides to its members and dependents was at +80 as of 4th Quarter 2015.

The same survey also showed that public awareness on the different benefit packages that PhilHealth provides increased from 2014 figures. These packages included maternity care which increased from 64% in 2014 to 71% in 2015; inpatient services from 61% to 64%; newborn care from 52% to 56%; TB-DOTS from 36% to 45%; outpatient packages from 39% to 43%; Z benefits from 34% to 37%; malaria from 35% to 37%; and HIV/AIDS package from 25% to 30%. Also included in the upward trend was the public’s awareness level on the No Balance Billing (NBB) policy which rose from 43% in 2014 to 55% in 2015.  # Source – (PHILHEALTH)

PHILHEALTH REFORMS TO ENSURE FUND SUSTAINABILITY

ILOCOS SUR'S STA. MARIA CHURCH DRAWS INTEREST AS WORLD HERITAGE

Unknown to many foreign and local tourists, the historic Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion  Church in Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur was also enshrined in the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) world heritage sites.

Since the inclusion of Vigan  as one of  the “New 7 Wonder Cities of the World “ by the New 7 Wonders Foundation  last December 2014,  more tourists  have been coming and going to see the Vigan heritage village as a legacy from the past.

The Ilocos Sur provincial government has designed plans and activities to promote other historical landmarks and scenic spots in this heritage province aside from the world’s famous Castillan homes in the former Ciudad Fernandina.

Gov. Ryan Singson said that focusing on other historical landmarks such as the Sta. Maria Church will boost the economy and tourism industry which will  also create employment for the Ilocanos.

The Vigan heritage village is the center of attraction for tourists but there is a need to promote and preserve other heritage sites  which include the  Bell Tower of Bantay,  Salomague Port of Cabugao,Bessag Pass in Cervantes, Pinsal Falls in Sta. Maria, the favorite shoot location of the late Fernando Poe Jraside from his “Panday” in Vigan  and old  churches in the province such as the Sta. Maria Churh and the St. Augustine Church of Bantay, the center for pilgrimage in the Ilocos.

The Sta. Maria Church, which was enshrined by the UNESCO  on the  World Heritage List, should also be preserved and promoted for the next generation showcasing Ilocos Sur’s history aside from protecting and preserving  its cultural legacy, officials said.

There are other old churches in the heritage province including the St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral inVigan but the Sta. Maria church is different because of its uniqueness in history that should be restored like the Vigan heritage village. # Source - (MCA/ Ben P. Pacris / PIA1-Ilocos Sur).

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

SKILLS TRAINING ON HOG FATTENING CUM MEAT PROCESSING, NAIRUGI

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Nairugi  ti tallo nga aldaw a  panagsanay dagiti 100 a 4 Ps Beneficiaries iti Barangay Aragan, Arnap. Bato, Cael-layan, Catucdaan, Cuantacla, Cuancabal, Daclapan,  Dardarat, Lipit, Maradodon, Marga-ay, Nagsincaoan, Namruangan, Pila, Pug-os, Quezon, Reppa-ac, Rizal, Sagayaden, Sisim, ken Turod, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti Marso 21-23, 2016 ket naangay ti umuna nga aldaw ti panagsanayda iti Rizal Park, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.


Umabot ti 100  a 4 Ps Trainees  ti naiprograma nga agpartisipar kadaytoy a kurso nga igannuat ti Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP)  ti DSWD ken nakikammayetan ti LGU-Cabugao  nga idauluan ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. ken ti Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)  para kadagiti makasapul ti panggedanda a marigrigat nga umili kadagiti Barangay ti ili.

Iti nasao  a panagrugi ti panagsanay, nagatendar da MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen; Mrs. Wilma S. Cruz, Focal Person ti SLP Cabugao; Miss Aida S. Cueto  ken ni Mr. Dennis P. Aguimbag, SLP-PDO ti SLP-DSWD kasta metten kadagiti Staff ti MSWDO-Cabugao ken ti 4 Ps  Municipal Link-Cabugao. 

Nagdemonstrar met dagiti lima a pannakabagi ti University of Northern Philippines (UNP) Extension Services  Office/College of Hospitality & Tourism Management - Vigan City iti pannakaisuro dagiti inna kadaytoy a livelihood training.  # (Web In-Action)

KALPASAN TI FLAG CEREMONY, PINALAGIPAN NI MAYOR EDIBOY TI PAMILIA LGU

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Kalpasan ti Flag Ceremony idi Marso 21, 2016, kinablaawan ni Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr. dagiti katinnarabayna nga Opisiales-Lokal ti Ili;  Department/Section  Heads dagiti Opisina ti LGU;  kameng ti PNP; BFP ken iti amin nga LGU Personnel a nakipaset iti seremonia ti pannakaisa ti Bandera.

Kanaig daytoy, dinakamat ti Ama ti Ili iti naan-anay a panagsagana ti amin nga adda ditoy  Munisipio iti selebrasion ti Semana Santa 2016. Kangrunaan a naawagan ti imatang dagiti agserserbi iti PNP-Cabugao, BFP-Cabugao, Waterworks, MDRRMC, RHU ken dagiti LGU Personnel a mangmanmantener ti agtultuloy a kinalinis dagiti Pasilidad ti Munisipio a pakairamanan dagiti Parke, Plaza, NISTC Public Market  ken ditoy uneg ken aglawlaw ti Munisipio.

Kinomendaran ti Municipal Chief Executive  dagiti kameng ti PNP-Cabugao ken ti BFP-Cabugao iti panangitultuloyda a panangmantener iti linak ken talna ket kalikagumanna a maitultuloy daytoy a gapuananda kabayatan iti  napaut a selebrasion ti Lenten Season.

Inggunamgunam ti Ama ti Ili nangruna kadagiti adda iti  Munisipio a pariknaanda latta koma ti nasayaat ken ikkanda iti mainugot a panawen kadagiti tattao nga umay nga adda kasapulanda ditoy Munisipio a kas kadagiti Balikbayans, Bakasionista a naggapu iti Manila ket awan ti umanay a rason a saanda a maikaso kadagiti kasapulanda ditoy Munisipio kasakbayan iti pannakangilin dagiti Nangina nga Aldaw.

Insupusop ti Ama ti Ili iti agtultuloy koma a pannakamantener ti kinadalus ken napintas a panagparking ti lugan idiay NSTC Public Market tapno maikkan latta iti kombeniente a panaggunay dagiti marketgoers nangruna kadagiti aggapu iti sabali nga ili a gumatang ditoy kabayatan iti napaut a Holiday Season!

Binigbigna pay iti partisipasion ti amin iti panangaramid dagiti agserserbi iti Munisipio iti annongenda/pagrebbenganda nga agatendarda  iti Simbaan kabayatan iti Lenten Celebration. # (Web In-Action)