- Manpower Complement, 3rd Qtr, 2014
- Defensor launches various projects in Ajuy
- Defensor cites BSPO’s ‘sense of volunteerism’
- Benchmarking of maternal, child health set
- Defensor up for study tour in Singapore
- New day care center for Sara
- Shelter aids for typhoon-affected families up for release
- Defensor files charges against PSALM, et.al.
- Vices among teen center users decline
- Opening of Teen Center in Tubungan
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26 Nov 2014
27 Nov 2014
ILOILO – The Provincial Population Office is set to start a survey on services involving maternal and child care in inter-local health zones of geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas in the province.
The benchmarking on maternal, neonatal, child health and nutrition services will commence by December in the service areas of three remote hospitals assisted by Korea International Cooperation Agency.
ILOILO – Governor Arthur Defensor Sr., along with 11 other governors in the country, is set to explore the programs of Singapore that makes the city-state a top business destination in the globe.
His travel this coming November 14-29 is part of the Learning Exchange Program on Business Friendly and Competitive Local Government Units and ASEAN Integration funded by the Government of Canada.
ILOILO – Second District Representative Arcadio H. Gorriceta and his friends helped reconstruct a damaged day care center in Barangay Preciosa, Sara town.
The newly built day care center is now catering to over 50 preschoolers following its formal turnover earlier this month.
ILOILO – Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. has filed charges against the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) and Kuan Yu Global Technologies Inc. at the Office of the Ombudsman in Manila on Monday.
The complaints filed were for gross negligence and grave misconduct and for violation of Section 3(E) of Republic Act 3019 or the Anti-Corrupt and Practices Act in relation to Republic Act 9184 or the procurement law.
ILOILO – Since the establishment of school-based multi-purpose teen centers in select public high schools in the province in 2012, bad habits, including pre-marital sex, among its users declined significantly.
The incidence of pre-marital sex among male and female student users dropped by 2.79 percent and 1.05 percent, respectively, according to the 2014 survey result on risky sexual and non-sexual behaviors on ten established teen centers in Iloilo.
ILOILO – Six rural health units in this province received new office supplies and medical equipment on Thursday.
The supplies, bought through the PhilHealth Capitation Fund, were distributed by
Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. to the rural health units of Barotac Viejo, Leon, Mina, Janiuay, Lambunao and Passi City.