Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Sorry that our blogspot has not been updated since April 2009. We have encountered technical problems with our office being renovated. The connections been muddled up. We have many activities conducted and we will try to post them here before the month ends.
Thank you for your patience.
All the best this coming Christmas Season!
Thursday, April 30, 2009
To all guests and winners and finalists, please be advised on the new schedule - May 14, 2009 instead of the May 13, 2009.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Please be guided accordingly.
Monday, April 20, 2009
The scheduled date is May 14, 2009 at Bacolod City Hall.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Provincial/City Government Units Category
Top 3 winners:
Negros Occidental Province - Computerized RPTA Systems Project
San Carlos City - Eco-Center Project
Talisay City - Comprehensive Health Development Program
Antique Province - PPMD-DOTS Program
Antique Province - Uligmat Antiqueno - Disaster Preparedness
Iloilo Province - Batang Ilonggo Palangga Ka - Milk Feeding
Iloilo Province - Hospital Reforms
Iloilo City - MIGEDC-LGU Alliance
Kabankalan City - Task Force Kalinisan
San Carlos City - Watershed Management & Development
Municipal Government Units Category
Top 3 winners:
Nabas, Aklan - P.D. Hearth Nutrition Development Program
Sebaste, Antique - Integrated Health Care Program
Sta. Barbara, Iloilo - Ecological Solid Waste Management Program
Miag-ao, Iloilo - Secondary Growth Center Development
Nabas, Aklan - Barangay Midwife Volunteerism Program
Pandan, Antique - Community-Based Eco-Tourism Program
Top 3 winners:
Bureau of Jail Mnagement & Penology - BJMP Multi-Purpose Cooperative
Department of Health-CHD 6 - Empowering Persons Living with HIV/AIDS
Land Transportation Office - ISO Certification of Iloilo Licensing Center
Civil Service Commission - Public Service Delivery Audit in Region VI
Department of Agriculture - RFU6 - Diversified Farm Income & Market Dev't
Department of Science & Technology - Interventions in the Muscovado Industry
Department of Social Welfare & Development - Strengthening Community Participation
PNP-Iloilo City Police Office - Project OYSTER: Rent-to-Own a Trisikad
Office of Civil Defense - Water Search and Rescue Training Program
State Universities and Colleges Category
Top 3 winners:
Aklan State University - Isla Kapispisan Mangrove Refo and Eco-Tourism Project
Capiz State University - Coconut Breeding Trials Unit Program
University of the Philippines Visayas - Towards Community-Managed Peace and Order Initiatives
Aklan State University - Livelihood and Skills Enhancement for Rural Productivity
Carlos Hilado Memorial State College - Jatropha Oil Extractor Project
The Top 3 Winners shall be awarded cash prizes and trophies while the Finalists shall be given commendation certificates during the awarding ceremonies to be set by the RDC VI. The official ranking of the Top 3 Winners shall be announced during the awarding ceremonies in order to create more excitement and interest in the annual RDC VI Best Public Sector Projects Awards.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
This year, the categories have expanded to include municipalities in addition to regional line agencies, state universities and colleges and provinces/cities.
For this year, we are giving cognizance to the new set of Board of Judges, headed by Rev. Edwin Lariza as Chief Judge and representing Social Development Committee. Other judges are as follows: DILG VI Director Evelyn A. Trompeta for the Development Administration Committee, Ms. Ana Eva G. Villanueva for the Economic Development Committee, Engr. Nestor Antonio Monroy for the Infrastructure Development Committee, and OIC-RD Ro-Ann A. Bacal for the Regional Land Use Committee.
The Board of Judges had their second meeting on November 25, 2008 at Iloilo Grand Hotel, Iloilo City (sponsored by Canadian Urban Institute with DILG-Local Governance Resource Center) where they deliberated on the projects per category and firmed up schedules for the field validation of the further shortlisted projects. Link
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
How an American recession might hit Asia
Jan 23rd 2008 HONG KONG
This is an interesting article posted over at NEDA N! Online which is worth the read! As doomsayers are not shrugging off American recessions, countries in Southeast Asia need to brace itself for the impact. But here's the thing, the economic 'decoupling' theory is not a myth.
To know more, just click on the link above. :)