8.18.2011

PIA News Service - Thursday, August 18, 2011

P14-M OPAPP funds released to give peace a chance

by David M. Suyao

AGUSAN DEL SUR, Aug. 18 (PIA) - Agusan del Sur Gov. Adolph Edward Plaza posed the peace challenge to four mayors in Agusan del Sur.

He asked them to work for the elusive peace in the countryside, side by side with development as he received two checks worth P14,216,000 from the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP). The amount will be used to finance various projects ranging from infra repairs to livelihood in their respective municipalities.

According to OPAPP Assistant Secretary Howard Cafugauan, although the initial implementation of the project will be undertaken by the provincial government thru the provincial engineering office, consequent projects will be undertaken by the recipient municipalities with the provincial government as monitoring and evaluation authority.

“For the mayors, you should not thank me that the project is finally here... You should thank the members of the technical working group who put their hands together in order that these initial projects will be implemented immediately; and the OPAPP, for believing in our sincerity (to achieve)...lasting peace and development in our province,” Gov. Plaza said.

The said amount is part of the P18 million intended for the rehabilitation of farm-to-market roads in San Francisco, Bayugan and Prosperidad, rehabilitation of Andanan Baily bridge in Sibagat, livelihood projects like rubber-based farming (rubber plus banana plus fruit tress), abaca production, cacao production, handicraft production, and of the water supply system, particularly in Sibagat town. (PIA-Agusan del Sur)


PBCC Agusan Sur now hits 65% blood collection against annual target

by David M. Suyao

AGUSAN DEL SUR, Aug. 18 (PIA) -- The Provincial Blood Coordinating Council (PBCC) has achieved 65 percent of its blood collection target for this year. It is intensifying efforts to accommodate donors all over the province.

Among the walk-in blood donors this week were sixteen employees of the provincial capitol and three non-government employees. The program is being implemented by the provincial government, the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) and the PBCC.

To date, according to Julie Lapides, medical technologist of the PRC Agusan del Sur Chapter, blood collected by the PBCC already reached some 1,700 units, around 68 percent against the annual target of 2,500 units.

“Just like the previous years, as birthday gift of the Agusanons to Gov. Adolph Edward Plaza who will celebrate his birthday on Augsut 21, we conducted blood-letting at the provincial capitol," PRC administrator Cristyll Basan said.

"While it is a special schedule, many always responded, and the activity is undertaken not only by the technical force of the PBCC, but with the joint personnel compliment from the D.O. Plaza Memorial Hospital, Prosperidad Health Center and the PRC Agusan del Sur Chapter. The team, led by Dr. Carolyn Mandia of the D.O. Plaza Memorial Hospital with four medical technologists and nurses also from the same hospital, a medtech from Prosperidad and personnel from the PRC Agusan del Sur chapter started the blood-letting activity at around 9:00 o’clock in the morning and ended at 12:00 noon. With that length of time, we have collected 19 units, a great contribution to our blood requirement in the province.”

Being unique compared to other provinces, the provincial government of Agusan del Sur subsidizes the financial requirements for the re-agents in processing the blood collected by the PBCC. Last year, the provincial government of Agusan del Sur budgeted P1.5 Million, and an additional P1 Million from the supplementary fund. Another P50,000 each from the 13 municipalities and the city of Bayugan is also collected based on their pledges to address the mobility and other incidental expenses for the blood program.

Lately, the PRC Agusan del Sur have acquired a brand new refrigerator worth P450,000 for the storage of blood collected as requirement for being a blood collection unit by the Department of Health. (PIA- Agusan del Sur)


REDCOP Seminar set in Butuan City

by Jennifer P. Gaitano

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) -- To prevent the increasing number of people with kidney disease in the country, the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) continue to intensify its Renal Disease Control Program (REDCOP) which aim for a nationwide kidney disease-free thru conducting seminars, and this time, NKTI is set to hold a seminar on August 24 at Almont Hotel’s Inland Resort, this city.

The NKTI-REDCOP team in cooperation with the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) is currently undertaking series of seminars on urinalysis for physicians throughout the country this year. The seminar entitled "Maximizing the Basic Tool for Diagnosis & Prevention of Kidney Diseases", is a related activity included in the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between NKTI-REDCOP and PIA.

On the seminar day (Aug. 24), Dr. Susan L. Jorge, IM/Adult Nephrology Consultant and REDCOP Asst. Program Manager will give the background and objective of the seminar while Dr. Romina L. Rusillon, Adult Nephrology Consultant will discuss the two topics – Basic Anatomy and Urinalysis, and Dr. Arlene S. Muñoz, Adult Nephrology Consultant will also focus on the topic - Approach to the Diagnosis of Kidney Diseases: The 10 Renal Syndrome.

Also, Dr. Jorge will take up the Urinalysis and the 10 Clinical Syndromes in Nephrology.

Meanwhile, Northeastern Mindanao Cluster Head and PIA-Caraga Regional Director Abner M. Caga, as well as Department of Health (DOH) Caraga Regional Director Leonita P. Gorgolon are expected to deliver their inspirational messages.

REDCOP is the office in-charge of implementing the NKTI's public health projects on the prevention and control of renal and other related diseases. It plans, implements and monitors projects for research, advocacy, training, service and quality assurance. REDCOP's activities are done mostly on a national scale through its network of Regional Coordinators throughout the country.

With this, REDCOP-NKTI is optimistic that through this activity, physicians throughout the country will be more knowledgeable in their field of work/expertise, and at the same time could help in the campaign for a kidney disease-free country. (PIA-Caraga)


Lake Mainit Program Director resigns

by FEAbkilan


SURIGAO DEL NORTE, Aug. 17 (PIA) -- Lake Mainit Development Alliance (LMDA) Program Director Engr. Kaiser Recabo on Tuesday has resigned and cited personal reasons for leaving his post effective August 30, 2011.

LMDA, is a special body organized through a memorandum of agreement between Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte, eight municipalities and selected national line agencies on March 1999, foremost in its vision and mission is to protect the ecology of the lake system and the environment that sustain the 4th largest lake in the country – Lake Mainit, situated in the provinces of Agusan del Norte and Surigao del Norte.

In a letter sent to LMDA chairperson Gov. Sol Matugas, and copy furnished to the members of the Board of Trustees, Technical Working Group members and partner non-government organizations, he said he was thankful for the opportunity to have worked with people for sustainable development in Lake Mainit.

He said he has to "manage and focus now on our family business" so he was resigning as Program Director of the Lake Mainit Development Alliance.

Having served for 10 years, Recabo revealed that he also enjoyed working for the alliance and that he is willing to offer his assistance on part time basis. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)


Philippines, Japanese trade unions join hands for PROGRESS

QUEZON CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) --
Japanese unions, through the Japan International Labour Foundation (JILAF), known for its pioneering initiatives in the development and implementation of workers’ education and training programs, will launch another action-oriented model initiative integrating industrial relations, corporate social responsibility and productivity into one package in the country.

The new program, called PROGRESS (Program on the role of trade unions in empowerment and strategic steps to decent work), will make its debut in the four-day National Seminar/Workshop on Industrial Relations, Labor and Management Cooperation (LMC) and Productivity on August 29 – September 1, 2011, in collaboration with the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and Workers Development Foundation Inc. (WDFI).

Around 25 core trainers from various industries including services, manufacturing, agriculture, informal sector, youth, women and public sector from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are expected to attend the training.

“We are privileged to have always been selected as the pilot country for JILAF’s programs for workers. We are happy that through our partnership with JILAF, which spans more than 15 years now, we are able to help improve and build sustainable workplaces and work practices”, said Ernesto Herrera, TUCP’s General Secretary.

Hererra stressed that unlike other programs, PROGRESS utilizes easy-to-understand and implement participatory training methods, designed for trade union educators and trainers. It is a comprehensive program which covers labor-management consultations, corporate social responsibility and enhancing productivity through 5s, Kaizen and collective bargaining.

“We thank JILAF for this meaningful partnership in implementing pioneering programs that will surely bring positive impact and better outcomes on the lives of workers not only in the Philippines, but also in countries where JILAF extends its helping hand,” Herrera concluded.

The Japanese delegation will include officers of JILAF, Kennichi Kumagai, Deputy Secretary and Takeru Kato, Field Projects Officer and Yasuhiko Inoue of the Japan Productivity Center
(JPC). (TUCP/PIA-Surigao del Norte)


Gallant lady COP rise to ‘Senior Inspector’ rank


by Noel B. Najarro

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) - A chief policewoman who gallantly repelled, with only a few men, an early morning attack by well-armed joint forces of NPA rebels on July 30, was promoted to the next higher rank, Monday morning, August 15.

The Director of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations-Eastern Mindanao (DIPO-EM) Police Director Victorino S. Panganiban, Jr., who was also the guest of honor and speaker during 110th “Police Service Anniversary,” pinned the rank insignia of a Police Senior Inspector (Captain) on PInsp. Charity S. Galvez, OIC chief of Trento Municipal Police Station signifying her “spot promotion” to the next rank.

The promotion of Galvez was among the highlights 110th PNP Service anniversary celebration held at the parade grounds of the said camp.

The order for the spot promotion of PSInsp. Galvez, came from the police national headquarters, Camp Crame Quezon City, based on General Orders No. 1061 dated August 9, 2011; raising her previous rank to senior inspector (Captain) in permanent status effective July 30, 2011.

In an interview with the local media after the program, the honoree could not conceal the joy she felt “ in knowing that the sacrifice which my men and I had shown, when we laid our very lives on the line in order to defend our posts had not passed unnoticed,” she said. Galvez said she was ever thankful to President Aquino who issued the orders of her promotion, but quick to add that the accomplishment will be credited, not all on her efforts alone but also that of her valiant men.

Galvez said that until recently, threats of another attack against their station are still floated around and some of the threats were even directed against her personally and that of her policemen. However she said that God may forbid, but should a similar situation may again arise, she will not hesitate to lay her life on line once more to defend her post and her country when duty calls.

Asked on what she had learned on that said experience, the 39-year old teacher turned police officer said that she will be wiser and discerning this time not to bring along her 2-year old daughter to her workplace. She said that previously she had entertained the idea that the rebels will spare attacking a place like their station because of the belief that these rebels were principled fighters fighting for the good of the community as their cause. She knew better this time, she said. The rebels according to her will just strike at any opportune time regardless of what will be the consequences.

The other police officers also who had contributed their respective efforts of successfully defending the police station against the attackers were also awarded. A “Plaque of Merit” was also awarded to PInsp. Arvin A. Bolotano (Platoon Leader, Agusan del Sur Police Public Safety Company) ug PInsp. Ronald N. Orcullo, (Platoon Leader and the Executive Officer, Agusan del Sur PPSC) who augmented the personnel of Trento MPS during the time of attack. Also given a “Plaque of Merit” was PInsp. Lloyd J. Mercado, the OIC chief of Sta. Josefa Municipal Police Station who led a six-man team and were supposed to proceed to Trento Police Station on board an AC Bus, but encountered the rebel’s blocking force upon reaching Crossing Cuevas. They fought the enemy who boarded three vehicles and forced them to withdraw towards the direction of Pulang Lupa, Trento, Agusan del Sur.

The two wounded police personnel during the attack PO3 Mhel H. Hubo and PO1 Joel Lazarte, all members of the Agusan del Sur Police Public Safety Company, also were awarded with a “Medalya Ng Sugatang Magiting” (PNP Wounded Personnel Medals).

It should be remembered that on July 30, 2011 at around 5:0 A.M. Trento Municipal Police Station, agusan del Sur was attacked by more or less 250 fully armed rebels believed to belong to the Guerilla Front 20 and Guerilla Front 3 under rebel commanders “Lalay” and “Rico.” The ensuing firefight which lasted for an hour left two civilians killed and two police personnel wounded after the said incident. Undetermined casualties were also believed to have been suffered by the rebels, as evidenced by the blood trails along their escape routes. Two of the attackers were later apprehended the following day while they were admitted at a hospital in Bislig City.

Meanwhile, a policeman who died in an NPA ambush at Purok 7, Brgy. Pasian, Monkayo, Compostela Valley early morning of June 30, 2011; SPO3 Benjamin A. Langbid a personnel of Regional Investigation Division, PRO 13 was also given his Plaque of Merit posthumously. (PIA Caraga)


Regional Police fetes 110th Police Service Anniversary


by Noel B. Najarro

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) -- The Police Regional Office 13 celebrated the 110th “Police Service Anniversary” by highlighting the giving of awards and promotions to its deserving officers and personnel, at Camp Rafael C. Rodriguez parade grounds, Brgy. Libertad, this city.

The celebration revolves around the theme: “Sandaang Taon at Sandekadang Paglilingkod ng Kapulisan Kaagapay ang Sambayanan Tungo sa Matuwid na Daan” was attended by a number of LGUs , top police regional officials led by PCSupt. Reynaldo S. Rafal, officials of the government line agencies, top military officials in the region, police retirees and other representatives coming from the various sectors.

The guest of honor and speaker of the occasion was Police Director Victorino S. Panganiban, Jr. the Director of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations-Eastern Mindanao (DIPO-EM).

In his message PDir. Panganiban traced out what is now known as the Philippine National Police, from its humble beginning. It started according to him as a paramilitary group known as the “Insular Constabulary” started by the US government in this country over a century ago. It evolved to become the “Bureau of Constabulary and Police,” and then the “Philippine Constabulary.” It was later on replaced by the Integrated National Police which was renamed the “Philippine National Police,”. Throughout the years, Dir. Panganiban said, the organization had always considered it their primary mandate which is to serve and protect the general public.

According to Dir. Panganiban, only the name of the organization had changed but its dedication and commitment to service is constant.

Now, according to Panganiban, this commitment and dedication was given a face through the performance of the awardees. Topping the list, Panganiban said, was the heroic deed of the recently promoted to Police Senior Inspector Charity S. Galvez. This will just show to the public that within their ranks there are heroic men and women who are worthy of the honor because of their exceptional services, commitment and sacrifices rendered.

According to Panganiban, the police are under the watchful eyes of the public. Oftentimes, he said, it’s the scalawags which always get the immediate attention and the majority who does well may be forgotten or set aside.

But he believed that a big number of the rank is faithful to their sworn duty of protecting the public.

The DIPO-EM chief calls on the men in uniform to always do what is good for God, to the community, to the public and the environment.

Dir. Panganiban also led the giving of awards and promotions to the deserving officers and personnel of Police Regional Office 13. The Individual Awardees included: :PSSupt. Eugenio B. Paguirigan (Best Senior PCO for Administration), PSSupt. David Y. Ombao (Best Senior PCO for Operations), PInsp. Anthony Jess A. Punzalan (Best Junior PCO), SPO4 Emmanuel P. Isiang (Best Senior PNCO), PO3 Giovannie M. Tindoy (Best Junior PNCO), NUP Gil Licayan (Best NUP Supervirosy Level), NUP Judith L. Goforth (Best NUP Non-Supervisory Level), SPO2 Remili Y. Portillano (Best WCPC Desk Officer), PInsp. Ephraim Y. Detuya (LEAD PNP Award) and PSInsp. Charity S. Galvez (Spot Promotion).

The Unit Awardees are: the Agusan del Sur Police Provincial Office (Best Police Provincial Office), Surigao del Sur Police Public Safety Company (Best Provincial Public Safety Company), Bayugan City Police Station (Best City Police Station), Nasipit Municipal Police Station (Best Municipal Police Station) and the 13th Regional Public Safety Battalion (Streamer of Distinction).

The Special awardees included: PSSupt. Rodlfo M. Dasmarinas (Resident Summary Hearing Officer), PCInsp. Joseph S. Estrada (Chief, Regional Engineering Office), PInsp. Arvin A. Bolotano (Platoon Leader, Agusan del Sur PPSC), PInsp. Ronald N. Orcullo (Platoon Leader, Ex-O ADS, PPSC), PInsp. Lloyd J. Mercado (OIC, Sta. Josefa Police Station), SPO3 Benjamin A. Langbid (Posthumous, RID Operative), PO3 Mhel Hubo (Agusan del Sur PPSC, Medalya Ng Sugatang Magiting) and PO1 Joel L. Lazarte (Agusan del Sur PPSC, Medalya Ng Sugatang Magiting). (PIA Caraga)


Trento Pinoy Abroad Organization gains acknowledgement, support from LGU

by Ritchel Molero

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) — The 50 members of Trento Pinoy Abroad Organization (TPAO) are now set to start a small scale enterprise after attending the Skills Training for OFWs/Beneficiaries conducted by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) at Trento Municipal Gym, Trento, Agusan del Sur.

The 2-day Skills Training for OFWs/Beneficiaries covered Laundry Powdered Soap Making, Cologne and Perfume Making, Dishwashing Paste Making, and Fabric Conditioner Making.

With fifty members, TPAO aims to become cooperative selling soaps, perfumes, colognes, dishwashing pastes, fabric conditioners, salted eggs and agricultural products that they themselves have produced.

To provide constant assistance to the OFWs and their beneficiaries, the local government unit of Trento under the Administration of Hon. Johnmark C. Billanes, Municipal Mayor and OWWA-Caraga OIC-Regional Director Marieta A. Lumawag officially signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) designating a help desk in Trento Municipal Hall on August 8, 2011.

Also, Mayor Billanes assured OWWA and TPAO that the LGU-Trento is willing to take an extra mile to prop up whatever endeavor the organization will take.

The conduct of the signing of the MOA was in lieu with the celebration of Trento’s 49th Santikan Festival and 16th Araw ng Trento. (OWWA-13/PIA-Caraga)


Cebuano News: Nasipit PNP nahimo nga Best Municipal Police Station

ni Roselyn Gangca Exaure

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) --
Gidawat ni P/SInsp. Edmund Montillano ang Plaque of Recognition isip maoy hepe sa Nasipit Municipal Police Station, human kini napili nga Best Municipal Police Station sa tibook Caraga Region atol sa 110th Police Service Anniversary Celebration sa Police Caraga Regional Office bag-ohay pa lamang.

Ang maong selibrasyon nagdala kini sa temang: “Sandaang Taon at Sandekadang Paglilingkod ng Kapulisan Kaagapay ang Sambayanan Tungo sa Matuwid na Daan”.

Lakip usab nga midawat ug pasidungog mao si Agusan del Norte Provincial Police Office Chief PSSupt. Eugenio B. Paguirigan nga napiling Best Senior Police Commission Officer for Administration.

Ang awarding ceremony gipangunahan kini nila ni PDir. Victorino S. Panganiban Jr. ang Director DIPO-EM ug giabagan ni PCSupt. Reynaldo S. Rafal, Police Regional Office Caraga Regional Director. (Provincial Governor’s Office, PIO-Agusan del Norte/PIA-Caraga)


Cebuano News: G-WAPS machine sa GSIS tukuron sa capitol lobby


ni Roselyn Gangca Exaure

BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 18 (PIA) -- Mibisita niadtong August 15, 2011 ang mga personahe sa Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Caraga Regional Office sa pagpanguna ni Engr. Jun Baino - Information Technology Chief, ngadto sa buhatan ni Governor Erlpe John M. Amante, sa Agusan del Norte Provincial Capitol, Butuan City.

Tumong sa pagbisita sa mga personahe sa GSIS mao ang gikatakdang pagbutang ug G-WAPS o Electronic Machine sa GSIS sa Capitol Lobby, Capitol Building, aron mamahimo na nga maka-update ang mga empleyado sa Agusan del Norte Provincial Government sa ilang mga remittance, loans ug uban pang transaction sa GSIS gamit ang Electronic Card.

Alayon niini usa ka kasabutan ang gilagdaan ni Gov. Erlpe John M. Amante ug sa GSIS kabahin na sa maong proyekto kon diin gikatakda nga mabutang dayon kini karong semanaha.

Alayon niini mapasalamaton ang mga empleyado sa kapitolyo alang sa maong proyekto aron nga mas dali na unya sila nga makamonitor sa ilang mga transaction sa GSIS. (Provincial Governor’s Office, PIO-Agusan del Norte/PIA-Caraga)


Cebuano News: EO 53 palig-onon legal nga suporta alang sa mga biktima sa child abuse


ni Susil Ragas

SURIGAO CITY, August 18 (PIA) -- Ang Pangulong Benigno S. Aquino III mipagawas sa Executive Order No. 53 aron lig-onon ang inisyatibo sa gobyerno nga protektahan ang katungod sa mga kabataan batok sa mga kalapasan ug abuso.

Si Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. miingon niadtong Miyerkules ang direktiba sa Pangulo mopakusog sa child welfare program sa atong nasod ug pag-usbaw sa legal nga suporta sa gobyerno sa mga biktima sa child abuse.

Ang EO 53, gipirmahan sa Pangulo niadtong Agosto 11, mi-amendar sa Executive Order No. 275 gipagawas niadtong 1995, nga nagmugna sa Committee for the Special Protection of Children (CSPC).

“The President considers it exceptionally indispensable to give importance to law enforcement as a critical factor in the overall approach to protect children, including their rights, and to make sure that their welfare will not be taken for granted,” si Ochoa miingon.

Ubos sa bag-ong EO, ang Pangulong Aquino mi reorganisar sa CSPC, isip usa ka inter-agency body nga molihok indirektamente isip coordinating body alang sa pag implementar sa Republic Act 7610 o ang gitawag nga Anti-Child Abuse Act, ug uban pang mga polisiya sa gobyerno nga nag depender ug nag pasiugda sa mga katungod ug kaayohan sa mga kabataan.

Ang Pangulo gusto nga ang CSPC mo koordinar ug monitoron ang imbestigasyon ug prosekusyon sa mga kasong naglambigit sa paglapas sa Anti-Child Abuse Act ug uban pang child-related criminal laws, lakip usab ang pagmugna ug monitor sa mga programa ubos sa maong balaodnon.

Ang direktiba sa Pangulo nagtinguha nga segurohon ang legal nga proteksyon sa mga kabataan nga mga biktima sa physical, sexual, trafficking, prostitution, child labor, neglect ug exploitation. Siya usab mimando sa CSPC nga mo asister sa kabataan sa mga lumad (indigenous peoples), mga batang Muslim, ug uban pang natanggong sa armadong kasamok.

Ang Pangulo usab mimando sa CSPC sa paghatag og igong atensyon sa bayolenteng mga krimen nga nahimo batok sa kabataan, mga kaso nga adunay dakong epekto sa nasyunal interest ug kadtong giduso ngadto sa body alang sa gilayon nga aksyon

“In issuing EO 53, the President believes that the implementation of the Anti-Child Abuse Act and other similar state policies, as well as the discharge of the function of the body principally responsible for the protection of children, will become more effective,” si Ochoa miingon.

Ang CSPC, ubos sa EO 53, pagapangulohan sa Secretary of the Department of Justice (DOJ) ug Secretary sa Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). Ang mga miyembro niini naglakip sa chairperson sa Commission on Human Rights (CHR) ug ang secretaries sa Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Labor and Employment (DOLE), Tourism (DOT), ang Interior and Local Government (DILG), Health (DOH) ug Education (Deped).

Ang commissioner sa Bureau of Immigration(BID), director sa National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), hepe sa Philippine National Police (PNP), ang prosecutor general, ug tulo ka representatives gikan sa non-government o pribadong organisasyon nagtrabaho ug nagpasiugda alang sa proteksyon sa kabataan maoy mamamahimong mga miyembro sa CSPC.

Ang tulo ka mga representatives mahimong nominado sa bisan kinsa nga miyembro sa CSPC ug mahimong gitudlo sa committee chairperson alang sa termino nga tulo ka tuig, nga pwedeng lugwayan nga moagi sa parehong proseso.

Ang Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) molihok isip secretariat sa CSPC.

Usa sa mandato sa CSPC ang pag establisar og sistema pagkolekta sa binulan nga mga report gikan sa mga miyembrong ahensya sa mga kasong gisang-at kanila.

Ang CSPC kinahanglan usab mosumiter og tinuig nga report ug mga kahimoan ngadto sa Opisina sa Pangulo.

Ang EO 53 mo epekto gilayon human sa publikasyon niini sa mantalaan.
(PIA-Surigao del Norte)


Cebuano News: Lake Mainit Program Director mingresign

ni Dandy Lapura/FEA

SURIGAO CITY, August 18 (PIA) -- Ang Program Director sa Lake Mainit Development Alliance (LMDA) nga si Engr. Kaiser B. Recabo, Jr, niadtong Martes mihatag na sa iyang resignasyon ug iyang gikutlo nga personal ang iyang rason sa paghawa sa pwesto sugod karong Agosto 30, 2011.

Sa sulat nga gipadala kay LMDA chairperson Gov. Sol Matugas, kopya sa members of the Board of Trustees, Technical Working Group members ug kauban sa non-government organizations, iyang gipasalamatan ang mga tawo nga nagpaluyo sa LMDA kinsa naghatag kaniya ug gugma na may panan-awon sa pag-bago ug pag-palambo sa maong danaw. “Naghatag kini sa ako ug higayon sa paghimamat sa daghan katawhan na namuhat alang sa malahutayon nga pagpalambo sa Lake Mainit,” ingon niya.

“Hinuno-on, gumikan sa personal na rason sa pag-dumala ug pag-tutok sa negosyo sa among pamilya…gipahibalo ko kamo na ako mu-resign isip Program Director sa Lake Manit Development Alliance sugod karong Agosto 30, 2011,” ingon pa ni Recabo.

Sa iyang pagserbisyo sulod sa napulo ka katuigan, gi-ingon ni Recabo nga nalingaw siya sa pag-trabaho sa maong alyansa ug andam pod siya na mohanyag sa iyang panabang isip part-time basis lamang.

Ang LMDA, usa ka special body nga namugna pinaagi sa Memorandum of Agreement tali na sa Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte, walo ka munisipyo ug mga pinili nga mga line agencies kaniadtong Marso 1999, kinaunhan sa ilang vision ug mission mao ang pag-protektar sa ekolohiya sa danaw ug iyang kalikopan na nag-sustenar sa ika-upat nga pinakadako na danaw sa nasod ang Lake Mainit nga naa nahimutang sa mga probinsya sa Agusan del Norte ug Surigao del Norte. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)