Calendar of Activities for November 2017 

November 2-4, 2017  Orientation on Federalism, End of BuB Program Assessment, QMS Orientation, LGISB Orientation cum DILG Regional Congress at Quest Hotel, Clarkfield, Pampanga

November 6-8, 2017  Capacity Building on GAD Planning, Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation for DILG R3 Field Officers at Subic Travelers Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

November 10, 2017  Regional Hands-on Training on PCF Website at Hotel America, Angeles City

November 16, 2017  Strengthening of PLUCPDs, PLUC Members

November 17, 2017  PCF Media Show in San Luis, Pampanga and San Simon, Pampanga

November 21, 2017 - PCF Orientation FOR SGLG Passers (TENTATIVE)

November 21, 2017 - PCF Orientation FOR SGLG Passers (TENTATIVE)

November 22-24, 2017  Build Back Better Operations Manual under ADM FOR 47 LGUsPDs, FPs, C/MLGOOs, C/MPDC, LDRRMO, C/M Engineers at Grace Crown Hotel, Angeles City

November 20-24, 2017 - PLEB Orientation

November 20-24, 2017 - Enhanced BPLS for Cabiao, San Ildefonso, Porac, Bagac, San Antonio and 2 LGUs

November 22-24, 2017  Regional SGLG Awarding

November 22-24, 2017  Manila Bay GIS and MBDS Training 1st Batch MENRO

November 20-24, 2017 - PLEB Orientation

November 27-28, 2017  Manila Bay GIS and MBDS Training 2nd Batch

November 27-29, 2017  Utilization of CDRA Results in PPAs Identification 








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The Department of the Interior and Local Government Region III conducted a Trainers’ Training of the Good Practices in Local Governance: Facility for Adaptation and Replication   (GO-FAR) on September 19-20, 2012 at the DILG Regional Office III Conference Room.


DILG R-3 Regional Director Florida M. Dijan in her message encouraged the participants to come up with documented good practices of their respective Local Government Units for replication of other LGUs.  She likewise mentioned the importance of informing the public of what the DILG is doing.    

On the other hand, DILG R-3 Assistant Regional Director Abraham A. Pascua said that it is important to seriously implement the GO-FAR project considering the benefits that it may give to the LGUs.  Furthermore, he stated that Central Luzon has many good practices which only need to be documented for others to replicate.  

Regional and provincial GO-FAR teams of this region together with the representatives from San Luis, Aurora attended the training which was facilitated by BLGD-LADD Division Chief Susita G. Bulawit.  The two-day training aims to provide the teams with new knowledge on GO-FAR, criteria of a good practice, replication concepts, processes/guidelines, and additional skills in writing replicable good practices in local governance. 

Five modules were presented through a lecture/discussion. Each module helped the trainers develop their skills on how to replicate and/or document the good practices of LGUs. After which the participants had undergone workshops, wherein each team were tasked to write a good practice of an LGU in their respective areas. Likewise, they were tasked to create advocacy materials for social marketing. This activity empowers the capacities of LGUs to replicate good practices and become models for other LGUs. Lastly, each GO-FAR team went through action planning for the full-blown documentation of their LGU good practice. 


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