Vol. 8 No. 529
September 28, 2014
  Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines

LOCAL INFRA REHAB SIGNING.- Gov. Edgar Chatto (center) and (2nd from left) DILG Regional Director Ananias Villacorta lead signatories to the agreement which enables the LGUs to finally implement the P2.3 billion Bohol Earthquake Assistance (BEA) program. Also shown are just among the many mayors who signed by batches during the same ceremony. Second from left is DILG Provincial Director Ma. Loisella Lucino. (EDCom/Ken Requeron)

By: Ven rebo Arigo

With the huge earthquake assistance fund for Bohol reaching P2.3 Billion, the task to implement is now in the hands of the respective local government units (LGUs) which can now begin the projects they themselves identified and prioritized.

The agreement on the P2.3 billion Bohol Earthquake Assistance (BEA) has been sealed, finally enabling the execution of over a thousand rehabilitation projects involving damaged local infrastructures, buildings and facilities.

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‘Reform SK before elections’ - NYC
After COMELEC announced on Friday the date of the Sangguniang Kabataan elections, the National Youth Commission urged PNoy to certify the consolidated SK Reform bill as “urgent” in time for prescribed the period of registration.

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