About Miagao

PHYSICAL RESOURCE PROFILE

The Municipality has a total land area of 15,722.04 hectares. The poblacion, composed of eight (8) barangays, has an area of 299.54 hectares and the remaining 111 barangays has a total area of 15,422.50.

Miagao, a brief History

Miagao became an independent Municipality in 1716. It used to be a part or arrabal of four (4) different towns. Record shows that before Miagao became a town, it was an arrabal of Oton until 1580; of Tigbauan until 1952; of Suaraga or Suaragan (now San Joaquin) until 1703; and of Guimbal until 1716 when it became an independent town. It was until 1731, however, when Miagao had its own head.  Read more: Miagao, a brief History

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Employees revisit gender concerns

MIAGAO, ILOILO – Employees of the Municipal Local Government here revisited the laws and policies related to gender and development (GAD) in a one-day Gender Sensitivity Training at the JRBB Hall, November 27th. The training, participated in by municipal officials and...

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Barangay officials trained on RDANA

  MIAGAO, Iloilo – For the purpose of deploying them in the barangay on Rapid Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (RDANA) come disaster, barangay officials  here were engaged in a three-day training at the SK Covered Gym, Barangay Ubos Ilaya on November 26 to 28,...

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Wedding for PWUDs done

MIAGAO, Iloilo – Some seven unwed Persons Who Used Drugs (PWUDS) graduates of Community Base Rehabilitation Program (CBRP) from the Municipality of Miagao were wedded in a simple ceremony at the JRBB Hall, November 26th. MSWDO Rosalinda Mueda explained that the...

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Quarry operators told: No Permit, No Quarry

MIAGAO, Iloilo – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Mines and Geosciences Bureau (DENR MGB) strictly told quarry operators and punong barangays with quarry areas to adhere to the “No Permit, No Quarry” policy of the Agency. In his statement before the...

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