Items filtered by date: June 2022
Sarangani, partners give medical aid to children with disabilities
ALABEL, Sarangani (June 7, 2022) – Over a hundred differently-abled children from all parts of Sarangani and its neighboring towns and cities were assessed and pre-screened in the mobile clinic initiated by Tebow CURE Hospital together with the provincial government of Sarangani.
On June 3, doctors and nurses from Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City, came to Sarangani to cater to and screen patients with conditions like congenital inborn hernias, bowed legs, clubfoot, knock knees, broken bones, tight tendon, limb deformities, untreated burns, cleft lip, and cleft palate.
FFS imparts brand new knowledge to IP farming community in Maasim
MAASIM, Sarangani (June 3, 2022) – Some staff from Sulong Tribu and the Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMAG) have conducted a Farmer Field School (FFS) training at Sitio Malmac in Barangay Kablacan.
Twenty farmers of the Knowledge Application Integrated and Sustainable Agriculture (KAISA) Farmers Association learned about dealing with pest management, good crop management, and improving their decision-making abilities in coping with biotic (insect, pests, weeds) and abiotic (water, soil, weather) stresses.
RD Alicer graces inauguration of DENR checkpoint in Sarangani
ALABEL, Sarangani (June 3, 2022) - Atty. Felix Alicer, Department of Environment and Natural Resources XII regional executive director, congratulates DENR Sarangani, CENRO Glan, and other stakeholders on the success of the establishment of the Anti-Environmental Crime Task Force Checkpoint during its inauguration on May 30. Alicer said the reason why the integrated checkpoint is established is “for us to come closer to the clientele nato para when they need permits, we can facilitate them here.” “It is a milestone for DENR,” he added. The checkpoint will also serve as a monitoring station in enforcing environmental laws to avoid environmental violations such as illegal transportation of undocumented forest products and wildlife. (Martin Fernando Bernad Jr.-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Gov’t donates container van for DENR checkpoint establishment
ALABEL, Sarangani (June 3, 2022) – Governor Steve Chiongbian Solon (5th from right) poses with Atty. Felix Alicer (4th from right), Department of Environment and Natural Resources XII regional executive director, and other officials and guests from DENR Sarangani, MENRO Alabel, CENRO Glan, and the local government units of Alabel and Sarangani province on May 30 during the inauguration of the Anti-Environmental Crime Task Force Checkpoint. The P170,000-worth 20-footer container van situated along the national highway of Barangay Maribulan was donated by Governor Solon to DENR for the establishment of the integrated task force checkpoint which will serve as the law enforcer in order to counter environmental violations like the illegal transportation of undocumented forest products and wildlife. (Jake Narte-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Environmental task force checkpoint inaugurated
ALABEL, Sarangani (June 3, 2022) – Atty. Felix Alicer (center), Department of Environment and Natural Resources XII regional executive director, and Assistant Provincial Administrator Engr. Gerald Faciol (extreme right) lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Anti-Environmental Crime Task Force Checkpoint on May 30 at Barangay Maribulan. Situated along the national highway of Maribulan, the integrated checkpoint will help strictly implement law enforcement on environmental violations like the illegal transportation of undocumented forest products and wildlife. The event was witnessed by Sarangani DENR-PENRO Elvira Lumayag (2nd from left), MENRO Alabel Engr. Allan Rivera (extreme left), CENRO Glan Dr. Rosalinda Cortez (2nd from right), and other guests from partner agencies. (Jake Narte-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Governor Solon congratulates Maitumians for successful Binuyugan celebration
MAITUM, Sarangani (June 2, 2022) – Governor Steve Chiongbian Solon graces the 63rd Foundation Anniversary and 21st Binuyugan Festival of the municipality of Maitum on May 30 at the Municipal Gym. In his speech, Solon congratulated the Maitumians for the success of the celebration of one of the town’s biggest festivals. The Congressman-elect also thanked the locals for their support in his “public service” as he is about to sit in Congress and represent Sarangani province starting July 1. “Akong ikasukli kaninyo is that ipadayon nato ang mga maayong ginabuhat sa Maitum sa pamaagi sa mga projects and programs ni Mayor Bryan ug sa tanan opisyal alang kaninyong tanan,” he added. Other provincial and local officials and guests also graced the town’s celebration. (Jake Narte-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Apolinar wins Miss Maitum 2022 title
MAITUM, Sarangani (June 2, 2022) – Barangay Malalag’s Xaña Angel Eve Apolinar bested 11 other finalists to emerge as Miss Maitum 2022 on May 30 at Maitum municipal gym.
Apolinar is 20 years old and is currently taking up Bachelor of Arts in English Language at Mindanao State University-General Santos City.
She is an advocate for children, reading and literacy.
NCIP Ramirez: Destroy walls of division
MAITUM, Sarangani (June 2, 2022) – Timuay Jaime James Ramirez, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples provincial officer, addresses the Lumads, Muslims, and Christian residents of Maitum in his message on May 30 during the Tri-People Day in celebration of Maitum’s 21st Binuyugan Festival. With the theme “Strengthening the Journey of the Tri-people towards Peace, Integrity, and Sustainable Development,” Ramirez encouraged the Maitumians to “destroy the walls of division for the town to attain peace.” “It is only with peace that we can have development,” Ramirez said. (Jake Narte-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Maitumians celebrate unity of the Tri-people
MAITUM, Sarangani (June 2, 2022) – Malalag National High School Special Program in the Arts and Edenton Mission College students perform tribal dances on May 30 at the Municipal Grounds during the Tri-People Day celebration in line with the municipality’s 21st Binuyugan Festival and 63rd Foundation Anniversary. During the tri-people day, Maitumians from the Maguindanaon tribe, Tboli tribe, and Christians gathered to celebrate the unity of cultures amidst diversity. Tribal elders and chieftains, guests from the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples, and provincial tribal officials led the celebration of the tri-people with rituals, dances, and tribal games. (Jake Narte-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)
Maitum thanks “God’s abundant blessings” thru Binuyugan festival
MAITUM, Sarangani (June 2, 2022) – The municipality of Maitum celebrates its 21st Binuyugan Festival to “thank God for the abundant blessings He has bestowed” to the municipality. Among the highlights of the celebration is the Agri-Trade Fair Exhibit that features the bountiful harvest of the local farm produce of the Maitumian farmers. Several fruits, vegetables, crops, and other farm products were displayed and were sold at a reasonable price. The activities of the festivity ran from May 26-31, along with the celebration of the 63rd Founding Anniversary of the municipality. (Martin Fernando Bernad Jr.-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)