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MisOr Guv bridges social divide, poverty alleviation in first 100 Days

MISAMIS ORIENTAL (PIA) -- In his first 100 days report, Misamis Oriental Governor Peter M. Unabia underscored the importance of bridging the gap of social divide through his “PAGLAUM” strategic direction by strengthening people-centered governance, social services, and security down to the grassroots level.

PAGLAUM, which stands for Participatory Governance (P), Agriculture Development for Poverty Eradication (A), Goal Oriented Tourism Development (G), Livelihood and Employment through Industry Development (L), Aggressive Programs for Youth Welfare and Development (A), Unified effort for Health and Social Services Delivery (U), and Mobilization of Resources through Equitable Sharing (M), serves to be a waypoint for various provincial offices to work in complementary towards a shared goal and streamline coordination among stakeholders.

Unabia disclosed that the province has strengthened ties with the Regional Development Council (RDC)-10, National Government Agencies, and created a framework for the provincial government to have a holistic Disaster Risk Reduction Management (DRRM) response plan to ensure that participatory governance is enacted in navigating economic and disaster-related concerns.

An increase in the agricultural budget from P129 million to P250 million, a purchase of vehicles worth P9.5 million intended for agricultural workers, strengthened support for goat production and Wagyu beef production, and intensified security against livestock contagions such as ASF and Bird Flu, is also expected to bolster the province’s agriculture industry and its utilization of expansive agricultural assets.

As part of its thrust toward “Goal Oriented Tourism for development” in the province under its Strategic Direction, Unabia shared that the provincial government has strengthened the Provincial Tourism Council to take the lead in the improvement of tourism-related businesses and management of tourist spots. The provincial government also successfully celebrated this year’s National Tourism Week by highlighting the province’s cultural dances and gastronomic experiences.

A boost in security and the continued commitment of former President Duterte’s Executive Order 70 (EO 70) or the whole of nation approach in ending local communist armed conflict or ELCAC was also given due notice, in addition to bolstering Youth program support and social services for the indigent.

Misamis Oriental Provincial Administrator John Venice Ladaga said that the Provincial Government First 100 Days Report serves as an avenue for the Governor to lay out his plans in the coming years to the public in addition to giving acknowledgment to the provincial offices and partner-stakeholders for their accomplishments. (VPSB/PIA-Misamis Oriental)

First 100 Days. Misamis Oriental Governor Peter M. Unabia underscored the importance of bridging the gap of social divide through his “PAGLAUM” strategic direction by strengthening people-centered governance, social services, and security down to the grassroots level. (JAKA/PIA10)
A Glimpse in the coming years. Misamis Oriental Provincial Administrator John Venice Ladaga said that the Provincial Government First 100 Days Report serves as an avenue for the Governor to lay out his plans in the coming years to the general public in addition to giving acknowledgment to the provincial offices and partner-stakeholders for their accomplishments. (JAKA/PIA10)

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