Bilang suporta sa Earth Hour 2018,hinimok ng Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) ang local government units (LGUs) at publiko na kumilos na ngayon laban sa climate change sa pamamagitan ng pakikiisa sa buong mundo na patayin ang mga ilaw ng isang oras sa Marso 24,2018.
Sinabi ni DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Ano na bilang mga pinuno ng komunidad, kailangang pakilusin ng mga gobernador, mayor at kapitan ng barangay ang kanilang mga nasasakupan na ipakita ang pagmamalasakit sa Inang Kalikasan sa simpleng pagpatay ng ilaw sa Marso 24 mula 8:30 p.m. hanggang 9:30 p.m.
“Sa Marso 24, ipakita natin ang ating pakikiisa sa global campaign laban sa climate change sa...
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) welcomed the announcement of Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III that the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Elections this May will proceed as scheduled because it will give the youth a chance to elect their new set of SK officers.
DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Ano said that holding the Barangay and SK elections is very important for the nation “in order for the SK Reform Act or RA 10742 to finally be implemented under a new set of youth leadership.”
Among the progressive provisions of the new SK law is its anti-dynasty provision, the first in the country’s history. Section 10 of...
In support of Earth Hour 2018,the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is urging all local government units (LGUs) and the public to act now against climate change by joining the whole world in switching off their lights for at least one hour on March 24,2018.
DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Ano says that as leaders in their respective communities, governors,mayors and barangay captains should mobilize their respective constituents to show that they care for Mother Earth by the simple act of switching off their lights on March 24 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
“On March 24, let us show our solidarity to the global campaign to combat climate change by observing Earth...
Bilang pagtalima sa utos ni Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte, inatasan ng Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) ang mga pamahalaang lokal na tiyaking inaabisuhan ng mga kontraktor ang publiko sa anumang proyektong pangkalsada bago ito masimulan kung ayaw nilang managot.
Ayon kay DILG Secretary Eduardo M. Ano,sa pagpupulong mga miyembro ng gabinete, mariing ipinahayag ng Pangulo ang pagnanais nitong tugunan ang mga hinaing ng mga Pilipino ukol sa mga hindi matapos-tapos na kalsada, maging ang mga panganib na maaari nitong idulot.
“Malinaw ang utos ng Pangulo na alisin ang panganib na idinudulot ng natigil o isinasagawang road projects sa publiko.Dapat siguruhin ng...
Following the marching orders of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is calling on all local government units (LGUs) to require contractors to properly notify the public before commencing any road projects or face sanctions.
DILG Secretary Eduardo M. Ano said that during a cabinet meeting held recently, the President was firm in addressing the recurring complaints of Filipinos regarding stalled road projects and the dangers they pose to the public.
“Our President was clear in his orders to eliminate the hazards posed by stalled and ongoing road projects to the public. Local chief executives should therefore ensure that contractors...
Aimed to capacitate Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representatives (IPMRs) in Kalabugao Plains on the provisions of law that concerns them as member of the local sanggunian and as representatives of the IP community, an Orientation and Capacitation of IPMRs and Indigenous Peoples (IP) Tribal Leaders on RA 8371 and other IP related issuances and RA 7160 was conducted on February 22 – 23, 2018 at Panika Tourism Center, Impasug-ong, Bukidnon.
In coordination with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) 10, the activity included discussions on RA 8371 or the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act Law, IPMR Guidelines, Indigenous Political Organization (IPO), Indigenous Political...
With the near conclusion of the Bottom-Up-Budgeting Program, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) 10 conducted an end-of-program assessment conference for the Regional Poverty Reduction Action Team (RPRAT) recently in Cagayan De Oro City.
“For a good three or four years, the RPRAT meetings had been a good venue for lengthy discussions on issues, suggestions and sharing of ideas that lead to the results today,” DILG 10 Assistant Regional Director Abdullah V. Matalam said in his opening remarks.
Based on the audit presented by the Regional Project Coordinating Team, a total of 862 projects had been implemented in 2015, while 798 were carried out in 2016, of...
As the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Region X ushers another year of program implementation, Regional Director Arnel M. Agabe emphasizes quality over quantity in prioritizing projects under the Assistance to Municipalities (AM).
Agabe made this statement during the recently concluded AM Program Regional Briefing and Re-Prioritization (Project Revision) Workshop at Grand Caprice, Cagayan de Oro City.
“Local chief executives (LCEs) could limit their AM projects to just one to two instead of having so many projects. It would be better if they just identify a couple of projects with greater impact to your beneficiaries,” Agabe said.
"Do not believe individuals claiming that they could appoint you as OIC-barangay and local officials."
This was the warning of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) 10 Regional Director Arnel M. Agabe to the local government officials as there have been reported incidents on groups who claim that they could appoint officials under a federal system of government or revolutionary government (RevGov), in exchange for money or favors.
Based on the DILG Central Office’s advisory issued, these groups assert that they are affiliated or permitted by the government or the DILG to undergo this step in the campaign for federalism or RevGov.
This was stressed by Local Government Monitoring and Evaluation Division (LGMED) Chief Digna R. Herrera of the DILG Region II in her welcome remarks during the back to back workshop conducted by the Regional Office for the LGUs.
DILG Region II through its Local Governance Regional Resource Center (LGRRC), recently conducted a two-day workshop dubbed as “Writeshop and Exchange of Ideas: LGRRC2’s Enabling Mechanism for Exemplar LGUs to Achieve Development Goals (WE LEAD)” and another two day event entitled “Innovations + Solutions Forum” at Zen Hotel, Maharlika Highway, Villasis, Santiago City.
Participants of these workshops were technical personnel from...