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- Trawl, ring net fishers cited for violations
- Distribution of checks for DILG RAY 2
- Iloilo sponsors 10 PWD scholars
- ACF eyes more ZOD-certified villages in Iloilo
- Guv releases P12M to repair schools
- D’Amico family gives ‘hope’ to Yolanda survivors
- Italian shipping firm donates P4.4M for construction of sea ambulance
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- USAID, Synergeia distribute school equipment, supplies
- Italian shipping company to donate rescue boats
- Iloilo’s consignment law now in effect
- Courtesy call new PDEA-6 Chief Paul Ledesma
- History of Iloilo
- Profile of Governor Arthur D. Defensor, Sr.
- SP out of town session in Janiuay
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6 Jul 2015
ILOILO - Twenty five farmers from different barangays in the poor town of Badiangan were taught of principles and strategies used by South Koreans in the early ‘70s to transform their war-torn country into an economic power house now.
The successful rural modernization campaign known as Saemaul Undong (SMU) or New Community Movement was introduced to these organic farmers during the SMU Leadership Training held in Badiangan Central Elementary School on Wednesday (July 1, 2015).
Organized by the Philippine Saemaul Undong, the training, which will end on Friday, was held in coordination with the Provincial Agriculture, Planning and Development, Cooperative, and Information and Community Affairs Offices of Iloilo.
ILOILO – True to its mission to help the poor and marginalized, ten persons with disabilities (PWDs) were provided with scholarship here by the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office.
The scholars were the pioneer batch of the provincial government’s special scholarship program for PWDs as mandated by 2013 Persons with Disability Ordinance authored by Provincial Board Member June Mondejar.
ILOILO – Public schools that have been destroyed by typhoons in the past could continue the reconstruction, repair and improvement of their facilities with P12.3-million budget released on Monday.
Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. released the fund in check to repair 45 elementary schools (P7.2-million) and seven secondary schools (P1.4-million) in five congressional districts here.
ILOILO – Six months before Ilonggos remember the second year of their life after Super Typhoon Yolanda, a prominent Italian family seeks to bring smiles to faces of the survivors here.
Cousins Antonia and Salvatore d’Amico of Società d’Amico di Navigazione, an international marine transport company, have donated US$100,000 (Php4,517,597.67) for the building of two patrol boats cum ambulance for Iloilo.
NIA welcomes 2nd stage implementation within the year
A Special Feature by Steve Cordero
55 years ago, members of the Fourth Philippine Congress enacted Republic Act (RA) 2651 otherwise known as the “An act providing for the construction of the Jalaur Multi-Purpose Project in the Province of Iloilo and Governing its operation after its completion.”
ILOILO – D’Amico Company (Società d’Amico di Navigazione), an Italian maritime transport group, is set to donate two patrol boats equipped with medical rescue facilities to the provincial government here.
According to an email from Italian Ambassador Massimo Roscigno, whose wife Agnes is an Ilongga, the company’s bigwigs will be arriving in Iloilo on June 20 to turnover US$100,000 (P4,517,597.67).
LOILO – Palm Concepcion Power Corporation (PCPC), in partnership with Hospital Management Office, will be holding a medical and dental mission in Barangay Nipa, Concepcion town this coming June 19.
Dubbed as “PCPC Cooperation Alliance on Restorative Efforts and Sustenance for Health (CARES) for Health”, the project aims to provide quality and sustainable healthcare programs and services to the people of Concepcion where the 135-megawatt coal-fired power plant operates.