WHY WILL I EXTEND SUPPORT TO THE GOOD GOVERNANCE OF DAYADAY-CAMELLO ADMINISTRATION?
By RONAL B. JAYECTIN
I am really not a political figure but entirely my professional career is to provide services to the Needy, Less Fortunate, and Marginalized Community; to the Local Government Structure for it to have a system of Quality Delivery of Services; to Uphold Good Governance to be more effective in our public intention.
All of this is an Aspiration where I have seen its reflections in the DAYADAY-CAMELLO Administration.
One of the most intriguing figures of their good governance is they were focused on delivering quality services to the very least fortunate household in Asuncion.
The Pabahay sa Lumad located at Barangay Camansa, Asuncion where the Asuncion Government was able to convince the National Housing Authority to provide a P200 million budget for the 100 houses intended for the victims of Typhoon Pablo.
It was already turned over to the IPs/ICCs of Barangay Camansa and beneficiaries already residing in the Pabahay Sites.Politically, this intention established the structures of the Pabahay sa Lumad at Camansa is not favorable to the DAYADAY-CAMELLO Administration as their tandem from previous two elections their tandem losses heavily in this barangay.
Even the non-supported political views ofextended by the barangay captain, still, what reigns in their heart and the purity of their intention is to help in the spirit of good governance, is to seek and find the most marginalized community to be provided a better shelter for their families underlying any political consequences.
This is a clear manifestation that the DAYADAY-CAMELLO Administration is on the right track in serving the people of Asuncion. I am not a resident of Asuncion, but I rendered services to the place where I withness and believed that there is so much service to be done as more needy households expect government assistance especially in their needs of a better shelter.MY SUPPORT TO THE DAYADAY-CAMELLO ADMINISTRATION IS MY SUPPORT TO THE CAUSE OF GOOD GOVERNANCE
Provincial Government of Davao de Oro for being one of the 14 LGUs and the only provincial local government unit, as official partner-beneficiary for Alternative Learning System-Education and Skills Training (ALS-EST) of the Development Academy of the Philippines – DAP sa Mindanao.
Thru the aid of the said program, we will be able to cater 300 out-of-school youths (OSYs) all over the province to continue their academic endeavor thru alternative learning modalities
.Our deepest gratitude to DAP-Mindanao for choosing our golden province to be one of your partners.
Also, this success would never be possible without the active leadership of Governor Jayvee Tyron Uy, MPA and ardent support of DepEd Tayo Davao de Oro – ALS team, Local Youth Development Officers (LYDOs), and Youth Service Providers (YSPs).Thank you for becoming the instrument of hope and for always believing the power of the youth sector through education.
DAVAO REGION FIRST VICTIM
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MANILA — To prevent African swine fever (ASF) from further spreading across the country, the Department of Agriculture (DA) has heightened quarantine measures following an outbreak in Davao Occidental.“Elevated quarantine measures are being worked out by the Department of Agriculture and is… Read More
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DAVAO CITY — The municipality of Sto. Tomas in Davao del Norte has created a task force to protect the town’s swine population from being infected with the African Swine Fever (ASF).Mayor Ernesto Evangelista said in a statement on Tuesday that he issued Executive Order No. 3 creating the… Read More
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COTABATO CITY – Following the discovery of African swine fever (ASF) cases in Davao Occidental, North Cotabato Governor Nancy Catamco created on Monday the “Task Force on ASF” to prevent the entry in the province of the highly-contagious hemorrhagic viral disease of domestic… Read More
BACOLOD CITY — The Province of Negros Occidental has prohibited the entry of live pigs, pork products and pork-based items coming from Davao Region after a positive case of African swine fever (ASF) has been confirmed in Davao Occidental.In Memorandum No. 20-001 issued on Monday, Governor Eugenio… Read More
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GENERAL SANTOS CITY — The city government has banned the entry of all pork meat products and live hogs from Davao Occidental and other areas in the wake of the confirmed cases of the African swine fever (ASF).Dr. Antonio Ephrem Marin, head of the City Veterinary Office, said Monday they have sealed… Read More
MANILA — Upon receiving reports of African Swine Fever (ASF) incidence in Davao Occidental, Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary William Dar immediately issued directives to manage, contain and control the disease while awaiting confirmation by the DA’s Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) in Quezon… Read More