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Shuttle Service for Frontliners

Suspension of public transportation during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) period leads to further exhaustion of frontliners working in Dagupan City. Some of them live in the neighboring towns and some have already experienced discrimination. The City Government of Dagupan, in cooperation with Land Transportation Office – Region 1, provided free shuttle service from boundary checkpoints for its frontliners.

Health workers of both public and private hospitals, and government employees and workers are entitled to avail of the said service. The designated pick-up points are the following: Shuttle Service for Frontliners LGU: Dagupan City, Pangasinan LOGISTICS 1. Puregold Calasiao, 2. Caltex Binmaley- San Carlos Junction; and, 3. Mangaldan Public Market.

The drop-off point will be in Region 1 Medical Center in Arellano St., Dagupan City. Other frontliners can also avail of the free ride if their locations are in the routes being traversed by the shuttle service. Recognizing the frontliner’s important role in our nation’s fight against COVID-19, this simple act of appreciation surely helps them focus more on their work – saving lives, and serving the people.

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Women in the Time of COVID-19

The pandemic has created a critical stage shortage of face masks across the region and our frontliners are at high risk of exposing themselves to the virus.

Without the protection they need, their families and people around them will also be at risk. Anent this, the women of Barangay Centro Toma and Brgy. Ranao were given a source of livelihood by producing face masks for frontliners.

With the help from the beneficiaries of TESDA Tailoring Group, eighteen (18) women were also mobilized to produce face masks made from tailored cloth. On the onset of the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine, it was foreseen that there will be a shortage of the protective gears particularly face masks so they began sewing for the frontliners. They were able to produce around 5,000 face masks while they are staying at home..

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Medical and Dental Teleconsultation

Individuals with health conditions have higher risk of exposure or even infection to COVID-19. In response to this, the Rural Health Unit in the Municipality of Bayambang, Pangasinan launched its Medical and Dental Teleconsultation on the onset of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) for Bayambangueños with urgent medical concerns and for those who are not able to go out and buy medicines. 5 Medical and Dental Teleconsultation LGU: Bayambang, Pangasinan HEALTH Aside from calls and text messages, Dr. Paz F. Vallo, Dr. Adrienne A. Estrada and the Rural Health Unit utilizes social media to provide free medical, maternal and dental consultation.

After giving diagnosis, doctors send needed medicines to the patient in coordination with Barangay Health Workers (BHWs). For patients to refrain from going outside, RHU staff also delivers medicines to their homes. Bayambangueños can send their medical concerns to the Facebook page of the Rural Health Unit of Bayambang or Rural Health Unit II – Bayambang during Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Aside from monitoring the health conditions of individuals, frontliners in the Municipality of Bayambang ensures that the health of its residents are also given priority at a crisis like this. The effort is believed to lessen the need of individuals with serious medical concerns in going out to purchase their medicines thus reducing their probability of exposure not only to COVID-19 but also to other diseases as well.

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Hot Meals on Wheels

Being the premier economic center in Pangasinan, Dagupan City is greatly affected by the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Many of the business establishment’s operations and economic activities halted in the city. Workers who are mostly heads of households, were left with no livelihood or stable source of income and incapable of providing for their families’ basic needs like food. Complementary to the ongoing distribution of relief goods, the City Government of Dagupan launched Hot Meals on Wheels, a feeding activity for the communities of 31 barangays seriously affected by the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

9 Hot Meals on Wheels LGU: Dagupan City, Pangasinan FOOD AND NON-FOOD ITEMS Residents are informed by the City Nutrition Office on the schedule of the distribution through the Barangay Health Workers (BHWs). Residents must wear their face mask in claiming meals. To ensure physical social distancing, only one (1) representative is allowed to claim meals, provided that, they bring their own food containers for safety purposes.

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Medical and Dental Teleconsultation of Bayambang

Individuals with health conditions have higher risk of exposure or even infection to COVID-19. In response to this, the Rural Health Unit in the Municipality of Bayambang, Pangasinan launched its Medical and Dental Teleconsultation on the onset of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) for Bayambangueños with urgent medical concerns and for those who are not able to go out and buy medicines. 5 Medical and Dental Teleconsultation LGU: Bayambang, Pangasinan HEALTH.

Aside from calls and text messages, Dr. Paz F. Vallo, Dr. Adrienne A. Estrada and the Rural Health Unit utilizes social media to provide free medical, maternal and dental consultation. After giving diagnosis, doctors send needed medicines to the patient in coordination with Barangay Health Workers (BHWs). For patients to refrain from going outside, RHU staff also delivers medicines to their homes. Bayambangueños can send their medical concerns to the Facebook page of the Rural Health Unit of Bayambang or Rural Health Unit II – Bayambang during Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Aside from monitoring the health conditions of individuals, frontliners in the Municipality of Bayambang ensures that the health of its residents are also given priority at a crisis like this. The effort is believed to lessen the need of individuals with serious medical concerns in going out to purchase their medicines thus reducing their probability of exposure not only to COVID-19 but also to other diseases as well.

Regional News R1 EPAHP Convergence Program Ceremonial Launching

EPAHP Convergence Program Ceremonial Launching

A Ceremonial Launching on the Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty (EPAHP) Convergence Program was held on September 10, 2021 via Google Meet.  The highlight of this event was the virtual signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by the Regional Directors from the following agencies as a manifestation of their support for this undertaking: DSWD, DAR, DA, DILG, DepEd, DOH, NNC, DOST, Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center 1, DTI, BFAR, NIA, Phil. Crop Insurance, DA – Phil. Carabao Center at Mariano Marcos State University (Batac, Ilocos Norte), DA – Phil. Carabao Center at Mariano Marcos State University (Rosario, La Union), POPCOM, BJMP, NFA (together with Giant Agribest Trading Corporation)

 

The collaborative efforts of the EPAHP partners would create greater synergy and convergence in engaging the urban and rural communities to enhance social capital and optimize economic resource base through supplementary feeding and other government feeding programs, food production and livelihood programs and essential support services, including the participation of Community-Based organizations (CBOs) in government procurement as partners and/or service providers.

 

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles, Chairperson of EPAHP, who was also present during the ceremonial launching, said that the small farmers and fisherfolks are the priority sectors and programs and measures of the EPAHP which may helped them cope up with the ongoing pandemic.

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Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1 officially started
 
The Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1 officially started on September 4, 2021. Online classes are being conducted during Saturdays and Sundays.
 
Twenty-five (25) students from different National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and private practitioners in Region 1 enrolled and joined the first online lecture-discussion.
 
The faculty assigned for the group are Dr. Ramon B. Torres, CESE of St. Louis College (SLC) and LGOO VI May Rose R. Ancheta, En.P of DILG R1 for the first subject which is PA107L: Local Development Planning (Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment).
 
The Management Course is a partnership between the DILG Region 1 – Local Governance Regional Resource Center 1 (LGRRC1) and SLC, wherein the latter is a Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Committee (MSAC) partner.
 
By: LGOO II Micah Janina A. Corpuz
 
 
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DILG Region I conferred with Safety Seal
 
The DILG Regional Office 1 headed by Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag, Ph.D, CESO III, is conferred with the Safety Seal by the DILG Certification and Inspection Team of the City of San Fernando, La Union as the Issuing Authority headed by CLGOO Lily Ann O. Colisao and members, PMAJ Lawrence L. Ganuelas, FSGT Jericho Manaois, and LGOO III Patrick Jorge Sibayan, signifying that the office had complied with the minimum public health standards (MPHS) set by the government.
 
The Safety Seal shall be valid for six (6) months upon issuance. It shall be renewed not earlier than one (1) month before its expiration.
 
 
 
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DILG R1 conducts Provincial Workshop on the Preparation of LGU Devolution Transition Plan-Part 1

 
The DILG Region 1, through the Local Government Capacity Development Division (LGCDD) headed by LGCDD Chief Pedro Gonzales is now conducting a Provincial Workshop on the Preparation of LGU Devolution Transition Plan-Part 1 via zoom platform.
 
 
This activity is being participated by the Governor’s Office of the four Provincial Governments of the region, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Members, Provincial Devolution Transition Committees and CSO Representatives.
 
 
Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag graced the event with her message of appreciation and encouragement to all the participants who are about to prepare their Devolution Transition Plans.
The activity is joined by representatives from the line agencies (NEDA, DENR, DOLE, DA and DSWD) who were assigned as Panel of Reactors and DILG Provincial Directors, Cluster Leaders and Program Managers as facilitators in the workshop proper.

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389 Barangays in R1 retained their status as Drug-Cleared Barangays

The Regional Oversight Committee on Barangay Drug Clearing (ROCBDC) convened at Hotel Arianna, Paringao, Bauang, La Union for the validation of barangays with drug cleared status on August 19, 2021. Out of the 389 drug-cleared barangays regionwide, Ilocos Norte has 10, Ilocos Sur has 40, La Union has 12 and Pangasinan has 327. Said barangays were declared by the Committee to have maintained their Drug Cleared Barangay status.

The ROCBDC is composed of PDEA as the Chair, DILG as Vice-Chair and the members are from PNP, DOH and Representatives from the Provinces of Pangasinan and La Union.

Aside from the validation of drug cleared status, two (2) barangays were vetted for being unaffected barangays, namely Baliw-Laud, Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur and Barangay Cabalitian, Sual, Pangasinan. They are declared on a provisionary status pending submission of additional documents as required by the members of the Committee.

The Anti-Drug campaign is a continuous activity of the government even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

by: LGMED Chief Rhodora G. Soriano

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“Steering” LGUs Towards Full Devolution

With the clock ticking for National Government Agencies (NGAs) and Local Government Units (LGUs) to prepare for the full devolution prompted by the signing of the Executive Order No. 138 series of 2021 by Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Regional Office 1 headed by Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag, Ph.D., CESO III and Assistant Regional Director Agnes A. De Leon, CESO V took the first step in “steering” the LGUs of Region 1 towards full devolution by conducting a one-day regional orientation on the preparation of Local Government Unit Devolution Transition Plan (LGU-DTP) via zoom video conference on August 10, 2021.

The purpose of the activity was to apprise the provincial, city, and municipal participants on the prescribed components, processes, and mechanisms in preparation of LGU DTPs, as well as in filling-out the necessary forms; and capacitate City/Municipal Local Government Operations Officers (C/MLGOOs) in providing coaching assistance in the formulation of LGU DTPs.

“The Executive Order No. 138 is a huge and new milestone for all of us,” RD Daquioag said during her opening message. She expressed her gratitude to all of the participants for joining the orientation. She encouraged the LGUs to clarify matters in order to have a common understanding in the preparation of their LGU DTPs.

The regional orientation was divided into three (3) sessions.  Session 1 focused on the following topics: 1) Overview of the Mandanas-Garcia Supreme Court Ruling and EO No. 138 series of 2021; 2) Communications Plan Strategy: Key Messaging and Branding; 3) Capacity Development (CapDev) Agenda Process.  Session 2 covered the Guidelines in the preparation of LGU DTPs and the Components of the LGU DTP . Resource speakers during the 1st and 2nd session came from DILG Region 1 and Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Region 1.

During the last session, representatives from the National Government Agencies (NGAs) in Region 1 presented their draft DTPs to give LGUs heads up on the possible functions, services, and facilities that will be devolved to them.

Among the NGA representatives who presented their respective draft DTPs are Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Agriculture (DA) Region 1, Department of Health (DOH) Region 1, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 1, and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

The regional orientation was participated by DILG Provincial Offices, DILG Field Officers, concerned NGAs, and LGUs.

By: LGOO II Jeslen B. Tesoro

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DILG and SLC Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1
 
ENROLL NOW!!!
 
Enrollment is ongoing until August 27.
 
The Department of the Interior and Local Government Regional Office 1 (DILG RO1), in partnership with Saint Louis College (SLC), is offering a short course on the Formulation of Risk-Informed Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) entitled “Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1” starting August 2021.
What is the course about?
 
The study program is a strategic way to capacitate LGU officials and functionaries, and DILG personnel while promoting compliance in the CDP formulation/updating in terms of form, process, and content. The course is a product of the various development and governance engagements of DILG with SLC – a Local Resource Institute (LRI)-member of the Local Governance Regional Resource Center (LGRRC) 1’s Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MSAC).
 
Training Courses include Local Development Planning (equivalent to Climate Disaster Risk Assessment or CDRA), Project Planning and Development (equivalent to Geographic Information System or GIS), and Strategic Planning and Management Control (equivalent to Risk-Informed CDP Formulation) among others.
Who can enroll?
 
> Local officials and functionaries of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, and La Union, and
> DILG R1 personnel
 
What are the perks?
 
1. Earn academic units leading to a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and/or
2. Acquire Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units/certificate, if applicable
 
What is the mode and schedule of implementation?
 
> Online via Zoom or Google Meet
> Level I (with 3 subjects) - August 21, 2021 - December 18, 2021
(Saturdays & Sundays)
Level II (with 3 subjects) - January 22, 2022 - May 28, 2022 (Saturdays only)
Level III (with 4 subjects) - June 25, 2022 - July 30, 2022 (Saturdays only)
 
What are the Level I subjects?
 
> PA 107L - Local Development Planning (equivalent to Climate Disaster Risk Assessment or CDRA)
> PA 105G - Project Planning and Development (equivalent to Geographic Information System or GIS)
> PA 110 - Strategic Planning and Management Control (equivalent to Risk-Informed CDP Formulation)
 
How to enroll?
 
> Prepare ID picture (passport size with white background, showing only the head and shoulders) and Copy of OTR
> Visit www.slc-sflu.edu.ph (and click the “Admission” button)
> Answer the online application and upload a copy of the ID picture and OTR
> Wait for SLC’s response regarding the status of admission (SOA), and instructions for the assessment of applicants to be sent through the applicant’s registered email
 
NOTE: Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis due to limited slots.
 
How much?
> Level I (for regular students)
Tuition Fee (for 9 units) Php 4,766.13
Miscellaneous Php 1,433.28
Other Fees Php 1,005.78
Total Fees per Enrolled Php 7,205.19
 
Still, have concerns?
Contact LGOO V Rhealiza A. Delos Santos of DILG RO1- LGCDD at cellphone numbers 0995 749 6083 (Globe) and 0948 653 7019 (Smart), or Dr. Wilfred F. Cabauatan of SLC Graduate School at 0927 669 0590 and (072) 242-5535 local 143 and 103, for more details.
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DILG R1 Inks Agreement with SLC on the Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1
 
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Region 1 and Saint Louis College (SLC) sealed their partnership with a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed last July 28, 2021 during the Joint Local Governance Regional Resource Center (LGRRC) 1 and Provincial Local Governance Resource Centers (PLGRCs) cum MOA Signing held virtually at DILG Regional Office 1, Sevilla, City of San Fernando, La Union.
 
DILG R1 Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag, Ph.D., CESO III and SLC College President Rev. Fr. Ramon R. Caluza, CICM signed the MOA solidifying their partnership in offering an Extension Program entitled “Management Course for Local Officials and Functionaries of Region 1” which aims to provide local government officials and employees, and DILG personnel of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, and La Union the time to upgrade and repackage their knowledge and skills to stay relevant and connected to the innovations in the field of local governance. The management course is aligned with the mandates of Civil Service Commission (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 18, series of 2018 for the Local Government Units (LGUs) in their continuing professional development.
 
Also present during the virtual MOA signing are DILG Region 1 Assistant Regional Director/LGRRC Program Manager Agnes A. De Leon, CESO V, LGOO VIII/LGRRC Assistant Manager/Presiding Officer Reggie R. Colisao, CESO V, other LGRRC members, provincial LGRC members, and SLC Management.
 
The Extension Program which is to be held through hybrid modality (Zoom Video Conference and face-to-face set-up) contains academic courses designed for three (3) terms. A course will be offered every Saturday for eighteen (18) weeks for regular term and every Saturday and Sunday for six (6) weeks for short term. It is suggested that three (3) courses for each level of the program or the equivalent of nine (9) units be enrolled simultaneously. There are three (3) main courses for Level I and Level II of the management program except in Level III wherein four (4) main courses are offered.
 
The management program is credited as academic units leading to Master’s Degree in Public Administration. Enrollees who have satisfactorily completed the three (3) levels will be qualified to take the Comprehensive Examination. Enrollees who wish to complete the program have to undergo Thesis Writing with Proposal and Oral Defense. Enrollees who finish the program will be provided with diploma, transcript of records with Registry of Graduates (ROG) recognized by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED). Enrollees will also be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certificates upon completion of each course in Level I, if applicable.
 
“SLC is privileged to sign the MOA with DILG Region 1 to provide and extend services to colleagues in LGU. SLC, since 60 years ago is always at the service of the local community, LGUs, and NGOs. The main objective of SLC since its inception is to provide quality education to all our stakeholders and at this juncture of our history, dear friends and colleagues, we are privileged to partner with you because more than ever, we need to upgrade and also to enhance our preparation as local leaders, so that local governance will also be upgraded and enhanced. This is a blessing from God. And a blessing for all of people in Region 1,” Rev. Fr. Caluza expressed.
 
RD Daquioag is in deep gratitude with SLC San Fernando for accepting the partnership with DILG Region 1. “This is one great milestone, our first engagement with an MSAC academe partner. We hope that this endeavor will engage not only local officials and functionaries, but also our public servants from other agencies in Region 1 and other regions as well. May this partnership also encourage other academes to adopt the best practices of SLC,” RD Daquioag said during her speech.
 
The management program will be facilitated both by the focal persons of DILG Region 1 and assigned faculty of the Graduate School of SLC.
 
The program will commence on August 2021 for School Year 2021-2022. Specifically, the time frame for Level I to III shall be as follows: Level I – August 21, 2021 to December 18, 2021; Level II – January 22, 2022 to May 28, 2022; and Level III – June 25, 2022 to July 30, 2022.
 
Interested students are encouraged to enroll the soonest since the admission to the management program shall be on a first come, first serve basis due to the limited slots. Interested students are advised to visit www.slc-sflu.edu.ph for more details. (LGOO II Jeslen B. Tesoro)

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Follow Through Activity on FINALIZATION OF MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY SANITATION AND HYGIENE MASTER PLAN (MWSSMP)

The Project Development and Management Unit (PDMU) of DILG RO1 conducted the activity, Follow Through Activity on FINALIZATION OF MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY SANITATION AND HYGIENE MASTER PLAN which aims to deepen the understanding of the participants in the importance of proper planning, handling and management of water supply sanitation and hygiene. This will also train LGUs to complete the baseline data that will be incorporated with the Philippine Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Plan (PWSSMP).

In her opening remarks, DILG RO1 Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag CESO III, welcomed all participants through a virtual message. She expressed her warm gratitude towards all the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, Municipal Engineer, Municipal Health Officer/Rural Sanitary Inspector, LGU Encoder and Municipal Local Government Operation Officer present in the event and her excitement to work with them again.

Moving on to the overview of the training, PDMU Chief Engr. Sharwyn M. Sangel, EnP presented the issues and challenges concerning the water supply and sanitation, contributing to the national and global commitments. She discussed the water sector reforms and initiatives, 8 key roles for MWSSMP, short, medium and long-term targets under the PWSSMP, investment required for the Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) and the Roles of DILG under Water Supply and Sanitation. Also, she mentioned what the participants may expect and to look forward to during the course of the training.

The activity focuses mainly on the management of Tool 1-8 being used in conducting the assessment to household and the details that are required in the assessment data form. PDMU Engineers; Engr. Andy O. Quiaoit, Engr. Cherry U. Adriano and Engr. Jan Patriz L. Mariano took turns in explaining these tools, elaborating and giving examples in order for the participants to understand and have a broader knowledge to each of the said Tools. They also taught the participants how to input data in the assessment data forms and provided examples of LGU who already accomplished the said assessment data forms. Issues were raised after each tool was discussed and were answered by the PDMU Engineers. At the end of the training, the participants took part in the data input of the assessment data forms and presented their outputs. Participants committed to conduct their own assessment to their respective LGUs to be submitted on or before July 15, 2021. (IO II Dann Ariel S. Genese)

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FY 2021 PDMU Mid-Year Performance Review on DILG LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FUND PROJECTS

Performance review is a central part of the organizational performance management process.  It is vital in supporting a culture of on-going feedback and recognition, and to achieve better business results. In many organizations, annual performance reviews are conducted for their entire workforce. However, more and more organizations are moving toward a frequent feedback performance management system done quarterly, monthly, or even weekly. When done right, performance reviews can help employees understand what they’re doing well, how they can improve, how their work aligns with larger organizational goals, and what is expected of them. With that being said, the Project Development and Management Unit (PDMU) of DILG RO1 hosted its 2021 PDMU Mid-Year Performance Review on DILG LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FUND PROJECTS which intends to diagnose the progress and performance of the Provincial teams and individual members demonstrated to date, to plan strategies for the remainder of the year to ensure the achievement of 2021 targets and to prepare workable plan for the completion of carry-over projects and submission of lacking documentary requirements.

In her opening remarks, DILG RO1 Regional Director Julie J. Daquioag welcomed the participants present and those who joined via virtual conference. She expressed her warm gratitude to all participants and acknowledged those newly hired employees as part of her welcome speech. Soon after, each provinces presented their progress, performance report, issues and concerns and their action plans for the remainder of the year. It is followed by an update to the SUBAYBAYAN status by its focal person. A workshop was facilitated by the resource speaker, Dr. Ma. Rosalinda M. Lacsamana, former DILG Regional Coordinator. Other part of the activity is the introduction of newly-joined members of PDMU and the creation of vision board which was also facilitated by Dr. Lacsamana. From the Central Office; the Unified Project Management Office (UPMO) gave an update on the Governance Reform Targets particularly LRNDP development, CapDev activities and Budget Utilization of CMGP funds were discussed via Zoom Video Conference. Also, each focal person assigned to different Locally Fund Projects (LFPs) and Capacity Development Projects gave updates to the status of each project, highlighting accomplishments and giving commitments to undergoing and pending projects. PDMU Chief Engr. Sharwyn M. Sangel, EnP gave her insights and recommendations after each presentation. This performance review activity gave the participants a clearer view on where they are and where they are heading in terms of accomplishment, and help them have a better action plan for the rest of the year 2021 through catch-up planning. (IO II Dann Ariel S. Genese)

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City of San Fernando opens Permanent BOSS to Business Sector The City Government of San Fernando, La Union unveiled their permanent...

La Union LGUs Ramp Up Vaccination Program at the Grassroots Level

La Union LGUs Ramp Up Vaccination Program at the Grassroots Level The vaccination program in the Province of La Union...

Best Practice in the Public Market of Balaoan, La Union

Best Practice in the Public Market of Balaoan, La Union Policy Support President Rodrigo Roa Duterte signed last March 8, 2020 Proclamation...

Pangasinan

Shuttle Service for Frontliners

Shuttle Service for Frontliners Suspension of public transportation during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) period leads to further exhaustion of frontliners...

Women in the Time of COVID-19

Women in the Time of COVID-19 The pandemic has created a critical stage shortage of face masks across the region and...

Hot Meals on Wheels

Hot Meals on Wheels Being the premier economic center in Pangasinan, Dagupan City is greatly affected by the implementation of the...

Medical and Dental Teleconsultation

Medical and Dental Teleconsultation Individuals with health conditions have higher risk of exposure or even infection to COVID-19. In response to...

Medical and Dental Teleconsultation of Bayambang

Medical and Dental Teleconsultation of Bayambang Individuals with health conditions have higher risk of exposure or even infection to COVID-19. In...

Hot Meals on Wheels

Hot Meals on Wheels Being the premier economic center in Pangasinan, Dagupan City is greatly affected by the implementation of the...

PG Pangasinan conducted Orientation-Forum for Funeral Parlors/Mortuary Service Workers

PG Pangasinan conducted Orientation-Forum for Funeral Parlors/Mortuary Service Workers LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN- The Provincial Government of Pangasinan, through the Provincial Health Office,...

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