AN AUDIO VIDEO PRESENTATION    

     Consistent with the mandates of cleaning, rehabilitating and preserving the Manila Bay, DILG NE, in coordination with LGU of Jaen, the showcase municipality for the month of August, conducted clean-up activity on August 15, 2014 at Brgy. San Pablo, Municipality of Jaen.

    The activity commenced at 6:30 in the morning with a short opening program. ARD Abraham A. Pascua, Ph.D., CESO III, reminded everyoneof the mandate of the Supreme Court in rehabilitating the Manila Bay and the responsibility of each every The successful conduct of the endeavor was made possible by the collaborative effort of DILG-NE headed by ARD Pascua and Local Government Unit of Jaen, headed by the Honorable Mayor Santiago R. Austria.

      The activity was participated in by the C/MLGOOs of District IV, staff from the Provincial Office, all Punong Barangays of the municipality, some LGU officials and citizens of Brgy. San Pablo.  A total of 85 participants took part in the above mentioned activity with an estimated 65 bags of garbage collected during the clean-up.


      ARD Abraham A. Pascua, Ph.D., CESO III, DILG Provincial Director and concurrent Assistant Regional Director, and Co-Chairman of NE Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, called for a meeting today, August 13, 2014, 10 am, at the DILG Provincial Office, Old Capitol Compound, Cabanatuan City, to orient the PPDRMO, PPDO and Provincial Engineer on Enhancing Geo- Hazards Mapping through LIDAR- one of the components of the Project NOAH. ARD Pascua instructed them to get the coordinates of the evacuation centers and other disaster facilities in the province. (In the photo: Program Manager Fortunato M. Abraham III, Cluster Leader Dennis A. Daquiz ,Provincial Engineering Representative, Mr. Michael Calma-PPDO and Mr.BencelParumog-PPDRMO)


On July 02, 2014, local government units in Nueva Ecija unite to observe National Disaster Consciousness Month with the theme “Kahandaan at Kaligtasan ng Pamayanan, Pundasyon ng Kaunlaran” through the conduct of simultaneous earthquake drill. More than just compliance, LGUs willingly obeyed because they are aware that no one really knows when, where and what kind of disaster will happen. It chooses no one to spare so it is best to be prepared at all times.

   Various LGUs, together with PNP, BFP, DILG and other concerned agencies, held programs followed by the simulation of an earthquake. Participants (either office employees or students and teachers) were taught what to do and how to react during such incident. Other LGUs also conducted fire drill.

   In line with the celebration of the National Disaster Consciousness Month, LGUs, for the whole month of July, will be conducting series of Information and Education Campaign on disaster preparedness in schools and barangays in the entire province.


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