BAGUIO CITY – The Cordillera Regional Development Council encouraged government agencies and civil society organizations to continue to raise awareness of Cordillera Autonomy as Cordillera Representatives work towards the passing of the Cordillera Organic Act in Congress. Baguio City Congressman Mark Go, during the Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC) 2021 and Social Preparation of CAR… Read more »
BAGUIO CITY – The Regional Social Development Committee recommended for RDC-endorsement the establishment of the Baguio General Hospital Dialysis Center through Public-Private Partnership (PPP) during its first quarter meeting on February 19. Dr. Frederick Untalan of the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center Steering Committee for the proposed hemodialysis center said that the public-private partnership… Read more »
BAGUIO CITY – Baguio City Mayor and BLISTT (Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay) Council Chairman Benjamin Magalong called for a meeting to discuss the next steps after the expiration of the border restrictions advisory implemented from February 1 to 15 in the BLISTT area. Among the key decisions were the following: (1) Baguio City will recognize all medical… Read more »
The RPMC prepared 4 quarterly monitoring reports, conducted 4 regular committee meetings, and conducted a webinar on School Building Guidelines under the DepEd Basic Educational Facilities Fund (BEFF).
The webinar lectures will aim to strengthen the capacities of LGUs in project planning, investment programming, monitoring and evaluation, and information dissemination.
The pursuit for Cordillera autonomy remained an important priority despite the worldwide crisis and Cordillerans might have made its best case for the region’s readiness for self-governance.
It shall pursue better capacitation of weavers in production technology innovation and market linkages, promote environmental quality and sustainable use of its resources, increase the resiliency of individuals and communities, and preserve the unique culture and heritage.
BAGUIO CITY – The Executive Committee of the Cordillera Regional Development Council approved the Social Preparation of CAR into an Autonomous Region (SPCAR) project list for 2021 during its meeting on January 29. With an increased focus on alternative modes of communication, the regional autonomy advocacy program remains focused on raising awareness and gaining support… Read more »
Baguio City – In a bid to consolidate their initiatives and build up broader participation in the region’s development programs and processes, the Private Sector Representatives (PSRs) of the Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) firmed up their priorities for 2021 on Monday, January 25. The PSRs intend to sustain their proactive stance on the regional… Read more »