GIS network, revived

By Michael Umaming Baguio City:  “Our assessment of the Baguio City Police Office’s (BCPO) utilization of Geographic Information System (GIS) is only about 20-30 percent, yet it has helped us greatly – what more if we are fully utilizing the technology?” asked Police Superintendent George Daskeo.

6 Out of 10 college graduates in CAR are women

By NSCB-CAR More women than men earn bachelor’s degrees in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). Women comprised 63 percent of all the college graduates in the region for Academic Year (AY)  2010-2011 according to reports of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED-CAR).

12 PSRs to represent 8 sectors, RDC decides

By Emelie Daquipil/NEDA-CAR There shall be 12 Private Sector Representatives (PSRs) in this year’s reorganized RDC. To be selected in May 2013, these PSRs shall be representing the region’s key development sectors. The previous set up had 14 PSRs, representing the 6 development sectors and 7 provinces and city.

New CAR RDC vision, mission, goals highlight the region's pursuit of autonomy

 By Emelie Daquipil The Cordillera Regional Development Council approved during its April 12, 2013 Special Meeting its vision, mission and goal (VMG). The new vision sees the region’s highest policy-making body as the “premier catalyst for achieving autonomy and advancing equitable and sustainable physic-socio-cultural and economic development for improved choices and quality of life for… Read more »

New CAR RDC vision, mission, goals highlight the region’s pursuit of autonomy

 By Emelie Daquipil The Cordillera Regional Development Council approved during its April 12, 2013 Special Meeting its vision, mission and goal (VMG). The new vision sees the region’s highest policy-making body as the “premier catalyst for achieving autonomy and advancing equitable and sustainable physic-socio-cultural and economic development for improved choices and quality of life for… Read more »

Volunteer forum sees need to document indigenous volunteer practices

 By Michael Umaming/NEDA-CAR Baguio City: OIC NEDA-CAR Assistant Regional Director Florida Faculo laments the fact that in efforts to recognize volunteer practices of organizations, informal groups are usually not accounted for. What usually comes out are volunteer practices of formal organizations like Baguio-Benguet Public Information and Civic Action Group (BB-PICAG), Lion’s Club, Philex Mining Corporation… Read more »