The Sixth District towns and cities of Negros Occidental received breeder piglets from the Provincial Government, in turn over ceremonies led by Governor Bong Lacson, yesterday, at Cauayan Public Plaza and Sipalay Sity Government Center, respectively. The towns of Ilog, Candoni, Cauayan, Hinobaan, and the cities of Sipalay and Kabankalan received 180 heads of breeder continue reading : 6th District Livestock Breeders Received Livelihood Program
PAL Sweeper Flight organized by OWWA and National IATF arrived 12:20 a.m. today, and sent home 76 repatriated OFWs, 55 are from various Negros Occidental LGUs and 21 are from Bacolod City.
Governor Bong Lacson turned over a check worth P5 Million to the Association of Negros Producers’ Board of Trustees led by its president, Arlene Infante, for the construction of ANP’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Hub, Business and Training Center, and Bugana Market, in the presence of Negros Occidental Provincial Administrator Atty. Rayfrando Diaz, continue reading : support to ANP and MSMEs
Governor Bong Lacson participates in Dialogue on the Management of LSIs and Opening of Higher Education Classes online spearheaded by the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines Joining the meeting are Gov. Dakila Carlo Cua, ULAP National President and League of Provinces of the Philippines (LPP) National Chairperson, DILG Sec. Eduardo Año, and CHED continue reading : Gov joins “Dialogue on the Management of LSIs and Opening of Higher Education Classes”
The 30 frontliners, assigned at the E.B. Magalona Healing Center, composed of ten nurses, one medical officer, two attendants, four utility workers, and 13 PNP personnel, express their gratitude for the assistance extended to them through the BAYOnihan PROJECT fund raising initiative. A group of Senior High School students from University of St. La Salle continue reading : THANK YOU FROM FRONTLINERS.
Governor Bong Lacson said he reaffirms the vital and significant role of the Philippine National Police (PNP) as the central element in preserving law and order, during the 119th Police Anniversary celebration spearheaded by the Negros Occ. Police Provincial Office (NOCPPO) held at Camp Alfredo Montelibano, Sr. in Bacolod City, today. Gov. Lacson was the continue reading : Gov reaffirms PNP’s vital role during the 119th police anniversary celebration
Another PAL Sweeper Flight arrived 1 a.m. at the Bacolod-Silay Airport, today and brought home 47 repatriated OFWs to the province; 32 of them are from various Negros Occidental LGUs while the rest are from Bacolod City.
Fifty-five repatriated OFWs arrived at the Bacolod-Silay Airport, 1am today, via Air Asia Sweeper Flight organized by the national IATF and OWWA. The Provincial Incident Management Team facilitates their quarantine accommodation.
The office of the Provincial Incident Management Team was disinfected to ensure the safety of all frontliners assigned in the Command Center operations, especially those assigned to facilitate the repatriation of LSIs and OFWs.
Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson today lauded the women of Negros Occidental for launching a project which aims to promote the collection of vegetable seeds and cuttings, and establish home and community gardens. The governor, who attended the launching of “Liso, Kabuhi Ko”, said we need to maximize all our available resources to cope with the continue reading : Gov attends launching of “Liso, Kabuhi Ko” spearheaded by the women of Negros Occidental