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Fil-Am groups welcome Mindanao Farmers products in US market

DAVAO CITY - Mindanao products will now have the opportunity to penetrate the US market, particularly the Filipino-American communities in Los Angeles, California.

This followed after Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) Secretary Emmanuel Piñol met with the officials and representatives of the Davao Association USA (DAUSA) and Filipino-American Communities in Los Angeles (FACLA) on Thursday (January 16).

It is a follow through of the Mindanao Business Mission to California, USA last December 2019 where initial talks on marketing Mindanao's products happened between MinDA, DAUSA, and FACLA.

"We have to take advantage of this huge market in LA to promote and sell our Mindanao products," said Pińol.

DAUSA and FACLA President Fernandico Gonong Jr. told the Secretary that LA is composed of about 500 Fil-Am associations.

"We have the largest concentration of Filipinos in US and this "bayanihan" or networking for Mindanao products is really promising," Gonong added.

He further added, “for a better linkage of market products such as frozen bangus and coconut-based commodities, we need to establish a strong e-business platform in addition to the house-to-house delivery."

As a response, Piñol said they will also explore frozen bangus, durian, and tablea to be shipped in bulk containers.

He then instructed his International Relations and Investment Promotions team to begin doing necessary preparations for this initiative.

"We have to identify potential MinDA Coordinating Officers based in LA who are willing to represent the interest of Mindanao, as well as to promote our products in various trade and business activities there," Piñol emphasized.

MinDA International Relations Chief Jonathan Miral said they will coordinate the partnership to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) as soon as possible.

On the other hand, MinDA initially identified Ben Lao of Bansalan who is known for his USDA-accredited products to be the pilot provider of products to be marketed in LA. #

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Philippine Provinces / Senator Bong Go's Advocacy
« on: Today at 08:13:18 PM »
PIA Davao City - Senator Bong Go reassured city health workers at the General Assembly for Davao’s City Health Office that, in his capacity as Committee Chair for health in the senate, he has filed bills at the senate such as the Advanced Nursing Act, Mandatory Evacuation Centers and other proposed bills that will make the work of health care workers all over the country more efficient and services more accessible to each citizen. (PIA XI/K Caro)

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Philippine Provinces / Zero Open Defecation
« on: Today at 08:12:40 PM »
PIA DAVAO DEL NORTE (Jan 17)--- Zero Open Defecation is the side campaign that the Provincial Health Office is pushing alongside massive Polio Vaccination.

PHO Sanitary Inspector IV Marife Tamapadong sounded off the call this  morning during  the inter-agency meeting on Sabayang Patak Kontra Polio Round 3. 

With about 240,000 households, Davao del Norte still has 5% or 11,909 households without toilets and 5,171 households with unsanitary toilets, she said.  (JMDAbangan)

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Philippine Provinces / Polio Vaccination
« on: Today at 08:12:04 PM »
Corrected) PIA DAVAO DEL NORTE—- Tying up with Inter-agencies and various stakeholders, the Provincial Health Office in coordination with DOH and Davao Regional Medical Center is set to wage massive Polio Vaccination drive on Monday, Jan 20 to Feb 02 round 3 of Patak Polio campaign, entering not only public places but also private schools. (JMDAbangan)

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PIA DAVAO DEL NORTE, (17Jan)--- Five marketing staff of Singapore-based of Procter&Gamble visited this week the LGU Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) as their attention was attracted with the implementation of “BASURESIKLO: Gasa ni Kuya, Baylo sa Basura".

PENRO head Romulo Tagalo explained that their interest could be driven by the concept of extended producers responsibility (EPR) of attending  waste materials. He said they were asking about the “end-stage” items of P&G products gathered as a result of “Basurisiklo” implementation.

Tagalo viewed the Singapore-based P&G as measure of the extent of information about the waste recycling program of PLGU Davao del Norte. (PIA/JDAbangan)

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PIA DAVAO ORIENTAL—PDEA XI has declared 2 more barangays as “drug-cleared” leaving only 2  remaining of the barangays  having concerns on  illegal drugs.  Mati has a total of 26 barangays.
                                                               
CIO of Mati reported that  PDEA XI Director Antonio Rivera made the declaration on January 16 with Mayor Michelle Nakpil Rabat .
                                                           
 Rivera, however, cautioned its authorities to strengthen border security as he noted that illegal drugs supply to Davao Oriental “are transported by sea vessel”. (JMDAbangan)

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PIA DAVAO: The Department of Transportation thru its Office of the Transportation Security donates today Security Screening Equipment to the Philippine Airforce. The donation includes two IDSS detect 1000 X-Ray machines, one Smiths detection multi-mode trace detector explosive handheld, two Smiths detection 500DT explosive trace detector desktop type. These equipment will be used by the Tactical Operations Wing Eastern Mindanao (TOW EastMin), Davao Air Station in Davao City, and 520th Air Base Wing (ABW), Villamor Air Base in Pasay City. (mlu)

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Philippine Provinces / New Bataan, Davao de Oro
« on: Today at 08:07:58 PM »
PIA DAVAO DE ORO: The Technical Services Department personnel of North Davao Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Ang Bag-ong DANECO) are currently installing today, January 18, the recloser at Brgy. Fatima, New Bataan, Davao de Oro. This is for power reliability improvement by isolating Maragusan, Davao de Oro in case of line fault. This is also a ride-on activity of the line rehabilitation conducted in Maragusan by Area 1 Warriors of Light (linemen). (from NORDECO, Photo credits: Jennifer Caspillo)

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LGU Philippines / Tagum City Update
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Tagum City News on
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Philippine Daily News / Taal Volcano Worst Case Scenario
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(Please take note that this list indicates only the first time a living individual got involved in the Provincial Legislature as Member or Presiding Officer, and only to determine who are the living members thereof. It does not indicate how many times one has been elected/appointed, nor the number of years) - -
By Dr. Boni Quirog

Living Provincial Board Members:
1.   David B. Tirol – 1966
2.   Arnold Lungay – 1978
3.   Reynaldo Irig – 1978
4.   German Guidaven (KB) – 1978
5.   Edgardo M. Chatto (KB) – 1981
6.   Cesar Borja – 1986
7.   Tomas D. Abapo, Jr. – 1986
8.   Felix Rengel - 1986
9.   Dionisio D. Balite - 1986
10.   Blair Panong (KB) – 1987
11.   Luis Maloney L. Monton (Youth) – 1987
12.   Victor B. Tirol – 1988
13.   Urbano Lagunay – 1988
14.   Joseph Sevilla – 1988
15.   Simplicio “Bobong” Yap – 1988
16.   Rene L. Relampagos (Youth) – 1989
17.   Isabelito “Billy” Tongco – 1992
18.   Roberto “Bob” Cajes – 1992
19.   Josephine “Roygie”Jumamoy – 1992
20.   Eladio “Boy” Jala – 1992
21.   Clovis Llorente (SK) – 1992
22.   Eufracio Mascarinas – 1998
23.   Godofreda Tirol – 1998
24.   Amalia R. Tirol – 2001
25.   Ma. Fe C. Lejos - 2001
26.   E. Corazon Galbreath – 2001
27.   Jose E. Veloso - 2001
28.   Felix R. Uy – 2001
29.   Frances Bobbith R. Cajes (SK) - 2001
30.   Romulo Cepedoza (Liga) – 2004
31.   Cesar Tomas M. Lopez – 2007
32.   Bienvenido C. Molina, Jr. – 2007
33.   Alfonso R. Damalerio II – 2007
34.   Josil E. Trabajo – 2007
35.   Aster Apalisok-Piollo – 2007
36.   Jane Censoria R. Cajes (SK) – 2007
37.   Gerardo C. Garcia – 2010
38.   Abeleon R. Damalerio – 2010
39.   Venzencio B. Arcamo – 2010
40.   Ariel Niceforo O. Lungay (PCL) – 2010
41.   Ramonito A. Torrefranca (PCL) – 2010
42.   Crispina A. Vergara (Liga) - 2010
43.   Doxson T. Asoy (SK) - 2010
44.   Jethro Nathaniel L. Imboy (SK) - 2013
45.   Elpidio M. Jala – 2013
46.   Jovanna C. Jumamoy – 2013
47.   Madelone Y. Rengel (Liga) – 2013
48.   Ricky U. Masamayor – 2016
49.   Kristine Alexie B. Tutor – 2016
50.   Niño Rey F. Boniel – 2016
51.   Dionisio Victor A. Balite – 2016
52.   Jone Jade A. Bautista – 2016
53.    Agapito C. Avenido – 2016
54.    Cecilia Rebosura (PCL) – 2016
55.    Gloria B. Gementiza (PCL) – 2016
56.   Christian Victor S. Bolos III (SK) – 2016
57.   Vierna Mae Boniel-Maglasang – 2019
58.   Frans Gelaine C. Garcia – 2019
59.   Aldner R. Damalerio – 2019
60.   Lucille Y. Lagunay – 2019
61.   Restituto B. Auxtero – 2019
62.   Elpidio L. Bonita – 2019
63.   Arnulfo Turco, Jr. (PCL) - 2019
64.   Jescelo S. Adiong (PCL) - 2019

Living Vice Governors/Presiding Officers:
1.   David B. Tirol – 1967
2.   Leopoldo Blanco, Jr. – 1987
3.   Rene L. Relampagos – 1992
4.   Edgardo M. Chatto – 1995
5.   Julius Caesar Herrera – 2001
6.   Dionisio D. Balite – 2016

Prepared by:
BONIFACIO M. QUIROG, JR.
Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan since 1993


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How To Tips / Pet Masks against Volcanic Ash
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Anda - Bohol / Anda Bohol White Beach
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Philippine Daily News / Bamboo Industry in the Philippines
« on: Today at 06:19:15 PM »
MANILA -- The Philippine Bamboo Industry Council (PBIC) is looking into converting at least 19,000 hectares of land nationwide into bamboo plantation this year, the Department of Trade and Industry (DIT) said on Wednesday.
 
Largest land conversion will be in Region 6 (Western Visayas) with 13,000 hectares of land eyed for bamboo plantation.
 
In a statement, DTI Secretary and PBIC chairman Ramon Lopez met the Council last Jan.9, committing assistance to the local bamboo industry.
 
Lopez said he plans to have “plant-to-market” roads to ease the delivery of bamboo from the plantation to buyers. This kind of infrastructure will be a big help particularly in remote areas.
 
He said this would be possible through DTI’s Roads Leveraging Linkages of Industry and Trade (ROLL-IT) Program with the Department of Public Works and Highways.
 
The DTI can also assist those who wish to venture into bamboo processing through the Shared Service Facilities Program, he added.
 
The government likewise provides tax incentives to agri-business ventures, including bamboo production and processing under Board of Investments’ Investment Priorities Plan.
 
“Bamboo planting can provide a sustainable source of livelihood to people in the countryside. Since the plant grows quickly and is weather-resilient, it is an ideal business for farmers who are looking for alternative sources of income,” Lopez said.
 
Meanwhile, PBIC will launch in March its official campaign “5K: Kawayan, Kalinisan, Kabuhayan, Kaunlaran Kinabukasan” to promote the bamboo industry. (PNA)

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Bohol Latest News / List of Protected Areas in Bohol
« on: Today at 04:01:57 PM »
Bohol has 16 PAs (Protected Areas)

1. Rajah Sikatuna Protected landscape – 20,000 hectares
2. Panglao Island Protected Seascape – 2,447.54 hectares
3. Chocolate Hills Natural Monuments – 14.002 hectares
4. Alburquerque-Loay-Loboc Protected landscape and Seascape – 2,200.03 hectares
5. Calape Group of Islands Ptoected landscape mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 792.72 hectares
6. Talibon Group of Islands Landscape and Seascape – 6,457.97 hedctares
7. Cabilao-Sandingan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 2,919.01 hectares
8. Inabanga-Buenavista Group of Islands area mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 1,103.72 hectares
9. Loboc Watershed Forest Reserve – 6,700.03 hectares
10. Alejawan-Canhaway-Anibongan River Watershed Forest Reserve – 3,727.30 hectares
11. Tubigon Group of Islands area and Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 268.23 hectares
12. Clarin Group of Islands Wilderness area – 58.62 hectares
13. Candijay-Anda-Mabini Group of Islands Wilderness Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 908.33 hectares
14. Pres. Carlos P. Garcia Group of Islands Wilderness and Mangrove swamp Forest Reserve – 348.48 hectares
15. Getafe Group of Islands and Wilderness Area and Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve – 6,453.51 hectares
16. Ubay Group of Islands Mangrove Swamp Forest Resrve – 1,170 hectares.

Source: DENR PENRO Tagbilaran City

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Year 2000
By Manila Bulletin : TAGBILARAN CITY - Bohol, one of nation's poorest provinces, welcomed President Joseph Estrada yesterday who visited the region to continue his mission of building more roads and bridges and launch projects that will alleviate poverty and generate livelihood for the island's less fortunate.

Also accompanying the President were Senators John Osmena and Tessie Oreta, Transportation Secretary Vicente Rivera Jr., Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno, and National Anti-Poverty Commission Vice Chairman Donna Gasconia, among others.

President Estrada's Bohol visit marked one of the rare occasions that the province was visited by an incumbent president.

Said Bohol Gov. Rene Relampagos at the welcome ceremonies for the President:

"Mr. President, your visit leaves a mark in the history of Bohol and in the lives of our people, a breakthrough in participatory governance that will continue to inspire us to work harder in helping you achieve your goal of raising the status of life among our people."

The President's visit was in keeping with the campaign pledge he made in the 1998 presidential elections that he would return to the impoverished province once elected to listen to the folks' concerns and launch projects that will help uplift the quality of life of its 1 million people.

Bohol's food security problem was acknowledged by farmer Cristino Carnice at a multi-sectoral forum with the Chief Executive.

The President also assured the people of Bohol that the construction of the multi-billion peso Bohol circumferential road linking the province's 47 towns was nearing completion to move quickly people and farm products.

The completion of the Bohol circumferential road, the President said, will go a long way in improving the lives of Bohol's poor.

Also yesterday, the President launched major development projects led by the P67.48-million Tagbilaran City Port Improvement Project scheduled to start late this month and is expected to be completed next year.

The new port will allow more spaces for world class passenger ships and cargo vessels and expand the city's land area through the reclamation of 8,229 square meters from the sea. It will boost Bohol's tourism industry and help spur development of Tagbilaran City and the whole province.

The President also took occasion to call on the communist insurgents to unite with and help accelerate the government's development effort by laying down their arms.

Last month, communist rebels ambushed government troops in Sta. Catalina town, killing four soldiers.

But Estrada said that despite isolated clashes with the rebels, the government will pursue its peace initiatives in Bohol through the setting up of a local peace forum.

He instructed Local Government Secretary Alfredo Lim to set up the peace forum immediately as he warned the rebels against committing terroristic acts.

Before going back to Cebu, President Estrada assured the people of Bohol that like in Mindanao and other Central and Eastern Visayas provinces, he will relentlessly pursue his goals at attaining food security to fight poverty.

Today

CEBU CITY - President Estrada will inaugurate the Samboan-Badian Road Project in Southern Cebu this morning, then open the first national games for persons with disabilities and meet with about 1,000 fisherfolk in this city before flying back to Manila this afternooon, the last day in his four-day Visayas sortie that started last Thursday.

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June 2008: by Manila Bulletin
The BBTH was labeled as "not financially viable," by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) in the initial evaluation and review of its Central Visayas office.

In defending its need and potential viability, Aumentado gave a 19-point justification on top of the two-megawatt (MW) projected load of the Panglao Bohol International Airport Development Project (PBIADP).

In a letter to Aumentado, NEDA Region 7 Director Marlene Rodriguez had said the backbone power transmission project "is not financially viable using a minimum load forecast scenario that already includes the 2-MW projected load" of the Panglao airport.

"In view of this, may we know from your preliminary discussions with investors, the eco-tourism facilities and structures to be built in the province that would require substantial power load," she stated in her letter.

In his reply, the governor emphasized his unqualified support to the BBTP that was proposed by the National Transmission Corp. (TransCo) for funding under its corporate internal cash generation (ICG).

He said the project can improve the efficiency and reliability of the present power for the province.

"Moreover, the project implementation can help pump-prime the economy and lay down the fundamentals to prevent a power shortage in Bohol once the PBIA will be completed and operational by the last quarter of 2010," Aumentado stated in his reply to the NEDA.

He said the transmission line will provide also the necessary fiber optics for Bohol's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and participation in the booming call centers industry.

His 19-point justification includes high-end establishments that were not yet inputted into the TransCo study, as well as those slated for completion in time for the operationalization of the PBIA in 2011.

The establishment he had referred to include the Bohol Regency Hotel and Convention Center which will start construction this year of its R1. …

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Bohol News Archive / Bohol Economy
« on: Today at 02:51:28 AM »
Oct 2012: Manila Bulletin: MANILA, Philippines - In the province of Bohol, there is good news there.

Last week, President Noynoy assured 1,800 barangay officials (during "Barangay Day") gathered in the capital of Tagbilaran City that some P7.4 Billion will be allotted to realize an "almost three-decades old dream" of Boholanos to erect an international airport in the fabled white-sand island of Panglao.

It was former Bohol Governor Nonoy Torralba, also Pnoy mother's (Cory Aquino) secretary of Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) who first envisioned that international airport amid an eco-tourism environment

Given the multiplier effects of tourism, Boholanos are thrilled that within the term of President Aquino the first chartered jumbo jet flight (300 passengers) will already touch down the airport-after a very long wait.

The first targeted countries could be Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong and China, according to Rep. Rene Relampagos of Bohol's First District. Anticipating these - large-scale hotels like the Bellevue of the Chans and the Mirabago Bluewater (Cebu) group have both recently opened luxury hotels facing Panglao's sparkling blue seawater.

Other big-name hotels are expected to follow suit as the airport slowly but surely becomes a prized reality in 2015.

President Aquino says he gets this "it's more fun in Bohol" feeling when he gets there and so enthused was he that Aquino had often viewed photos of the Panglao airport site and some of the drawing perspective. The Panglao airport is one of the priority international airports akin to the new Daraga airport which will replace the Legaspi City airport.

Albay and Bohol share the same anguish - a congested domestic airport. In the case of Bohol the tiny city airport is barely able to accommodate all passengers of nine domestic 320 airbuses of PAL, Zest Air, Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines-everyday. And never half empty flights, mind you.

Tagbilaran City airport is hampered by the terrain and hills of Dauis and the mountain ranges in Maribojocso it can hardly expand. Now, even the Koreans want to add two more flights direct from Korea aboard similar budget airplanes, carrying 150 passengers each.

During the recent 21st Visayas Area Business Conference in the city, Tourism Chief Ramon Jimenez said the congested city airport can be solved with virtually portable "terminals" made of fiber glass and steel as a temporary respite that can be assembled in six months. This is done in countries hosting large but temporary events like sports and the like - in many parts of the world.

It was also announced that the Asian Development Bank was poised to lend money to make Bohol a "tourism laboratory" to produce skills and talents for the industry not only here but in Asia as well. The Singaporeans had been awed by the fact that majority of their tourism pillars are currently manned by Filipinos so - they want to go direct to the source (Philippines) - and hire recruits.

"Bohol is a Boracay-plus a destination" because in addition to its white sand beaches - in Panglao and Anda - (plus snorkeling and diving in nearby islands) it prides itself with its Chocolate Hills, river boat rides, tarsier, waterfalls, dolphin watching, centuries-old churches, an Adventure Trip in Danao (ziplines and the "Plunge"), man-made forests and Southeast Asia's longest mangrove plantation. …

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