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TO THE FEW WHO ARE EVIL

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IF ONLY TO SAVE THIS COUNTRY FROM BEING FRACTURED

Doing Right Now

  • What it means to grow professionally in PIA

    2017-01-08 Reflections

    By Mary May A. Abellon

    Four years ago, in 2012, while I was preparing for office, my “lolo” suddenly called my attention.

    I’ve heard over the radio the voice of Region 10 OIC Regional Director Franklin P. Gumapon, who was then the manager of Zamboanga del Norte Provincial Information Center (ZNPIC) at that time, calling all those who are interested to apply for Information Officer I position.

    I hurriedly went to the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Dipolog wh... Read More

  • Information caravan still relevant in digital world

    2017-01-08 Features

    By Vicente W. Villavert

     

    Communicating with people especially in far-flung areas through conventional means is still relevant despite the prevalence and proven effectiveness of digital communication.

     

    It is equally essential for building trust in the government.

     

    An example is the civic action program wherein government brings together various government agencies to the identified barangays, an important measure designed t... Read More

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Government Agenda

Tax

Continue and maintain the current macroeconomic policies. Reforms in tax revenue collection efforts will be complemented by reforms within the bureaucracy of tax collecting agencies.

Infrastructure

Accelerate spending on infrastructure by addressing major bottlenecks, and maintain the target of setting aside 5% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) to infrastructure spending.

Investors

Ensure attractiveness of the Philippines to foreign investors, and enhancing competitiveness in doing business in the country. This also means reducing crime to attract investors, and increase security of businessmen and consumers.

Agriculture

Provide support services to small farmers to increase productivity and improve market access. Provide irrigation and better support services to farmers. Promote tourism in the rural areas.

Education

Strengthen basic education system, and provide scholarships for tertiary education, which are relevant to private employers' needs.

Human Development

Expand and improve implementation of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program.