Miagao Conducts Serbisyo Caravan in Barangay Pudpud

In the aim to bring the municipal government closer to the people, the Municipality of Miagao conducted a one-day Serbisyo Caravan and Launching of the TV Aralan in Barangay Pudpud today.

The initiative was part of the Retooled Community Support Program (RCSP) of the Department of the Interior and Local Government in partnership with the Municipal Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

Among the services rendered were the following:

– Medical consultation

– Agriculture services that include dog castration, anti-rabies vaccination and cattle, carabao and goat vaccination and deworming

– fruit tree and forest seeds distribution

– Balik Probinsya Program screening and other Social Services under the MSWDO

– Advocy on RPT collection and registration of large cattles

– career/ employment coaching

– national building code

– AIP preparation

OMA starts Revaccination of 2,277 Dogs

The Office of the Municipal Agriculturist has started the revaccination of 2,277 dogs in nine barangays in the Municipality.

In an interview with Mr. Albert Narte, livestock technician from the OMA , he said that they have sent specimen to the laboratory from the dog bite incident last October 18, 2021 which resulted positive of rabies.

“After the thorough contact tracing, we have identified 11 person, six dogs from nine barangays to have been affected by the strayed rabid dog,” he explained.

As such, the Office was advised by the Provincial Veterinary Office to conduct revaccination to all the dogs in these barangays. These are barangays Kirayan Norte, Kirayan Sur, Kirayan Tacas, Igtuba, Guibongan, Baybay Norte, Banuyao, Naulid and Maninila.

“We wish to prevent the spread of rabies in the Municipality that we have really worked extra effort to conduct this revaccination,” Mr. Narte said.

According to him, they have prepared 400 vials equivalent to 4,000 doses for this purpose.

Meanwhile, the identified dog that was bitten by the rabid dog has been subjected to monitoring. Dogs that have been vaccinated prior the incident will be the subject for revaccination while those unvaccinated will be eliminated later in the process.

“The strategy of the vaccination is per zoning area where the stray animals were traced to have passed by to make sure that no one will be left behind,” he explained concluded.

Miagao sets to Conduct Serbisyo Caravan in Barangay Pudpud

In the aim to bring the municipal government closer to the people, the Municipality of Miagao is set to conduct Serbisyo Caravan and Launching of the TV Aralan in Barangay Pudpud on November 15, 2021.

This initiative is part of the Retooled Community Support Program (RCSP) of the Department of the Interior and Local Government in partnership with the Municipal Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

Among the services expected during the event are the following:

– Medical consultation

– Agriculture services that include dog castration, anti-rabies vaccination and cattle, carabao and goat vaccination and deworming

– fruit tree and forest seeds distribution

– Balik Probinsya Program screening and other Social Services under the MSWDO

– Advocy on RPT collection and registration of large cattles

– career/ employment coaching

– national building code

– AIP preparation

Miagao joins in the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill

The Municipality of Miagao joined in the fourth quarter nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill initiated by the Civil Defence of the Philippines today.

In the local scene, the drill was spearheaded by the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council headed by OIC MDRRMO Mr. John Nocal who ensured that the drill was correctly and successfully performed by the employees.

The employees for their part willingfully performed the Duck, Cover and Hold which was a quick response to ensure their safety during such calamity.

The employees then convened infront of the Municipal Grounds and returned to their respective offices after the MDRRMO declared that the area was cleared.

LGU Grants P14.2 Million Hazard Pay to all Municipal Employees

The Local Government of Miagao granted and released for the second time the Hazard Pay of all municipal government employees.

In summary the LGU released the total amount of P14.2 million to all permanent, casual, and job hired personnel who have rendered service during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Macario Napulan, MD said that the grant is very much deserved by the employees as they have exposed themselves to the risk of COVID19 infections and other similar health dangers and hazards during their delivery of services amidst the pandemic.

Mayor Napulan Vies for Outstanding Municipal Mayor Award for the 3rd time

The Association of Local Social Welfare and Development Officers of the Philippines, Inc (ALSWDOPI) validated today the nomination as Outstanding Local Chief Executive of the Philippines (1st to 3rd Class Municipality) of Mayor Macario N. Napulan, MD.

In his welcome remarks, Mayor Napulan said that “serving our people is doing hardwork to each and everyone of us especially in this time of pandemic.”

Napulan, who has been conferred for two consecutive years in 2019 and 2020 as Outstanding Municipal Mayor and is now serving his last term as the town’s LCE, stressed that “I am not after the return, I am more than happy to serve the people.”

The panel of validators present include Mr. Lazaro Petinglay – Chairperson, Search for Gawad Parangal Visayas and Vice President for the Visayas, PSWDO, Antique Province, Dr. Neneth Q. Pador – Executive Vice President ALSWSOPI National, and Ms. Janette Alonday – Gawad Parangal Chairperson and ALSWDOPI President, Iloilo Province.

Gawad Parangal is an annual award conferred by ALSWDOPI to Outstanding Local Chief Executives.

The search is being conducted by the Committee of Gawad Parangal per island. They looked into the effective and efficient service delivery of social welfare and development programs and services giving emphases on local initiatives especially on how to address the pandemic.

“I hope that this will inspire other leaders that may come to serve the Miagaowanons to serve to the best possible way they can,” Mayor Napulan concluded.