ASSESSMENT OF FLOODING IN BARANGAYS
MAYOR Belen Fernandez visited barangays that experienced severe flooding during typhoon and high tide to assess how the flooding in the areas can be included in the program of the Flood Mitigation Commission. She was accompanied by City Engineer Josephine Corpuz during her ocular assessment in Maharlika Riles, Caranglaan; Sitio Kamanggan, Mayombo; Arzadon Road, Mayombo; Sitio Mantipak (Herrero-Mayombo creek) and Mayombo Insider.
They also assessed the situation in Sitio Lanao, Barangay Tambac for the proposed upgrading of pathway. The funding for the project, however, was rejected by the majority members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod. (Dagupan CIO News)
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‘HEALTHY DIET, GAWING AFFORDABLE FOR ALL !’
MAYOR Belen Fernandez led the City Nutrition Office in distributing hot sotanghon soup, bread and coffee in Brgy. Tebeng Abalaten and Tebeng Centro. Barangay officials led by chairman Helen Fermill organized the distribution for their communities. “Let us all find ways to eat healthy and live healthy,” Fernandez urges all barangay officials. (Dagupan CIO News)
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4Ps MEMBERS TO ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN CITY PROGRAMS
PANTAWID Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) members in Dagupan City will begin to be actively involved in community development programs. This was the decision reached in a council meeting presided by Mayor Belen Fernandez, attended by officials of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office I (DSWD-FOI), City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) and concerned departments last July 17, 2023.
The 4Ps members will start establishing their community garden composed of vegetables, fruits and mudfish (hito) for propagation to serve as sustainable food source as part of the food sustainability program of both national and local governments in coordination with the City Agriculture Office.
Successful 4Ps micro-enterprise owners in identified barangays involved in bangus processing, oyster-growing, talipapa business, canteen/eateries and sari-sari stores, will be interviewed by DSWD participants during a roll-out training on the new Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Guidelines from July 18-21 as part of the implementation of the Revised Guidelines for the Comprehensive Implementation of the SLP. (Dagupan CIO News)
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