OWWA Financial Assistance to OFWs and Dependent Families

“Usarenyo koma iti umno a pakaisangratanna daytoy a tulong ti gobierno kadakayo.” Daytoy ti mensahe ni Gov. Joy Bernos para kadagiti benepisiario iti programa ti OWWA a Financial Assistance To OFWs And Dependent Families a nakaawat iti tseke ita nga aldaw, Oktubre 20, 2021 sadiay Capitol Atrium. Agdagup iti walo a benepisiario iti scholarship program… Read more »

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Limited Face-to-Face Classes Possible by the First Quarter of 2022

Impakaammo ti Commission on Higher Education (CHED) a manamnama a maisayangkat iti limited face-to-face classes iti amin a degree programs kadagiti pagadalan iti tertiary level inton sumaruno a tawen. Daytoy ket para kadagiti pagadalan nga adda iti lugar a nababa ti kaso iti Covid-19, nangato iti vaccination rate, ken dagiti makapasa kadagiti pagannurutan iti pannakaipatungpal… Read more »

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Requirements iti Panagrehistro iti S-PASS

Epektibo inton bigat, October 11, 2021, ket maipakat dagiti baro a travel protocol basar iti Executive Order No. Oct-01 s., 2021 nga inyulog ni Gov. Joy Bernos. Dagitoy ti requirement iti panagrehistro iti SPaSS babaen iti daytoy a link https://s-pass.ph/clients/registration_captcha: Para kadagiti Authorized Personnel Outside Residence (APOR) on Official Business: Valid ID Vaccination Card nu… Read more »

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IP mandatory representatives of Abra committed to End Local Communist Armed Conflict

Gov. Joy Bernos seeks support from Indigenous People mandatory leaders of Abra to support the government in Ending Local Communist Armed Conflict (ELCAC) during the Elders’ Forum on March 10, 2020, at the Provincial Capitol Social Hall. This forum is a provincial campaign on ELCAC focused on indigenous communities which are the most affected by… Read more »

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Bangilo Elementary School, a Zone of Peace by UNICEF

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and the Department of Education (DepEd) awarded Bangilo Elementary School (BES) of Malibcong as a Zone of Peace because of its best practices in maintaining the school as an insurgency-free community. Division Risk Reduction Management Service Coordinator Jun Florencio B. Rifareal Jr. said that the residence headed… Read more »

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LGU-Tayum, the first to form Solo Parent’s Association in Abra

LGU-Tayum is the first to organize a Solo Parent’s Association in Abra through its Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO).  Tayum Solo Parents Association headed by Agnes Fernandez  was formally organized in November 2018. It has 80 active members who were provided educational and medical assistance in accordance with Republic Act (RA) 8972 or… Read more »

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Floating Dacuag picnic place in Tubo, the newest destination in Abra

Tubo always has that calm and laidback vibe and one of its attractions is the pristine Utip River.  Floating picnic huts are set up at the middle of the river offering tourists a cozy place to dine and enjoy nature. The Dacuag picnic place, the newest destination along Utip River, is located in Barangay Tiempo,… Read more »

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Abra steps up peace efforts: Rebel returnees, IPs get skills training from TESDA

Indigenous Peoples (IPs) and Rebel Returnees (RR) are the beneficiaries of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA) training on Technical and Vocational Education and Training in partnership with PGA, government agencies, and Mt. Carmel Training Center. The government program aims to reduce poverty and provide livelihood to RR and IPs. 52 beneficiaries from Tubo,… Read more »

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Immadu ti apit dagiti mannalon a nabenepisiaran ti techno-demo farm program sadiay Lagangilang

Immado ti apit dagiti 67 a mannalon ti Bacooc ken Laguiben, Lagangilang a nabenepisiaran iti techno-demo farm a programa ti Department of Agriculture ken gobierno probinsial.   Agdagup iti 1,820 a sako ti irik ti naapit dagiti 40 a mannalon iti Bacooc ita a tawen kumpara iti 1,600 a sako idi 2018 manipud iti 20 nga… Read more »

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PDA recognizes Cosili East for reducing excess sugar intake for kids

Cosili East, Bangued is the first barangay in the Philippines recognized by the Philippine Dental Association to implement less sugar intake of children through a Barangay Executive Order 23. To prevent oral illnesses among children, Cosili East Brgy. Captain Elvira B. Baay released EO 23 to implement measures to lessen sugar intake of children and… Read more »

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