Arenas’ bill seeks compensation package for BHWs

MALASIQUI–Third District Rep. Rose Marie Arenas recently filed a bill on Jan. 30 that seeks to compensate Barangay Health Workers (BHWs) in the country. HB 8297 otherwise known as the Barangay Health Workers and Services Reform Act seeks to promote and protect the economic, social, political rights and well-being of community health workers towards quality health services […]

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Capitol set to launch investment plan for health

LINGAYEN—Gov. Amado Espino III is set to sign a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Department of Health-Center for Health Development 1 for the implementation of its Local Investment Plan for Health (LIPH) in 2019. The governor, authorizing by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) to sign the MOA with DOH Regional Director Valeriano Perez per Resolution No. 2257-2019, was […]

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ECC boosts rehabilitation program in Pangasinan

TO further strengthen the rehabilitation services of the Employees Compensation Commission (ECC), the Regional Extension Unit 1 facilitated the renewal of partnership with Madeline Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center at the Luzon Medical Center in Dagupan City. The renewal of partnership between the ECC and Dr. Cicel Reyna was signed last Thursday, January 31. Dexter […]

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Inang Mahal party-list to push for Magna Carta of Mothers

THE party-list Inang Mahal will push for the approval of the Magna Carta of Mothers in order to address the problems and interest of mothers, concerning  their livelihood, jobs, protection from abuse and health. This was stressed by former Fourth District Rep. Gina de Vernecia, the number one nominee of the Inang Mahal party-list, in a talk to women […]

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Councilors warned: Hold sessions until March 29 or else…

LINGAYEN— Municipal and city councilors have been warned that they risk facing administrative charges if they stop holding and attending sessions to campaign for their reelection. Agnes de Leon, provincial local government operations officer, issued the warning as she advised incumbent elected legislative officials across the province to continue holding their sessions until March 29, […]

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