SAN FERNANDO, Philippines – Mayor Jacinto Naraga this town nasuok discussed the importance of the powers of mankind when “people empowerment” and their participation in projects in the city. It emerged during the establishment of “time capsule” for the construction of barangay health center in the village Caimbang this city yesterday morning. Mayor Naraga the plan is committed to the health center for the people who will recognize the needs of the health center, convenient and close to the turn of the people of the need for time to go all the way to the city.
This procedure was introduced by the national government to cut the usual magpasar barangay councils in the Resolution to request funds from the officials of the city and the province and others. However, it is now being repeated, the mayor said that the P-Noy thanked this even if he was not a party. And because of this procedure, we have to stop the project through its contractor not to correct the amount applied to the project. The entire project cost will apply, according to the mayor.
On his part, Vice-Mayor Eudoxio Accounts also called villagers to open their eyes and open their mouths to be wary of the project in their village. The city Php9,125,000 beneficiaries from Kapit Bisig Against Poverty-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) conducted by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).
The health center Caimbang PhP849,400 worth P693,831 which poured DSWD. DSWD said that the man is working with the “skilled workers” such as carpenters and engineers in the barangay health center. And it does not conflict with the law, according to the DSWD. Among the participants and conducts activities include short of DSWD Area Coordinator Lucky Beil Diongzon; technical facilitator Engr. Gerundio Bautista; Lorraine Dyke financial community facilitator; Katrina facilitators and community empowerment Maris Sollano, Angeli Mae Leonor, Grace and Grace Avergonzado Sale; sub-regional program coordinator Alberto T. Suello and regional community infrastructure specialist Engr. George Burn. (RVO)