Category Archives: Economic

Cebuano News: DOLE-X gahatag ug P1M alang sa panginabuhiang proyekto sa Camiguin

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GUINSILIBAN, Camiguin, December 1 — Ang Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-X)- Camiguin Provincial Field Office (Cam PFO) bag-ohay lang mihatag sa Kabuhayan Program financial grants nga mukabat sa P1,102,755 alang sa unom ka mga benepisyaryong organisasyon sa Cantaan Centennial Multi-Purpose Cooperative (CCMPC).

Si DOLE-Cam PFO Chief Emmanuel G. Toledo miingon nga ang pinansyal nga hinabang gihatag alang sa mga proyekto sa motor parts (P250,000), agricultural business (P200,000), backyard piggery livelihood (P130,000), deep sea fishing (P250,000), fish vending (P110,000), and amakan making and consumer store project (P162,755).

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Si Lourdes D. Navida, usa sa mga benepisyaryo sa fish vending livelihood project miingon, “Salamat kaayo sa DOLE kay niabot na gyud and among hinabang sa gobyerno aron makatabang sa among panginabuhian.”

Gasalig lamang sa iyang retirement pension, si Navida miingon nga kinahanglan kaayo niyang mapadako pa ang iyang pangita aron makasuporta sa panginahanglanon sa iyang pamilya labi na sa ilang pangkaon adlaw-adlaw, mga sukaranong bayrunon ug bahog sa mga binuhing hayop.

Maski pa nga kini ang unang higayon nga nakadawat ug pinansyal nga hinabang sa gikan DOLE, si Navida naglaum nga ang ilang asosasyon makasugakod gayod sa proyekto aron makatabang usab sila sa katilingban sa umaabot nga panahon.

Gipasabot ni Toledo nga ang proyekto gipundohan sa DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP) nga gadasig ug self-employment aron makahatag ug pangitang oportunidad sa angayang benepisyaryo.

Ang CCMPC usa ka aktibong Accredited Co-Partner (ACP) sa DOLE nga nakaimplementar na ug nwebe ka mga proyektong panginabuhian sa nagkalain-laing asosasyon ug usa usab kini ka regional winner para sa Best DOLE Assisted Livelihood Group Project alang sa CY 2016.(Jovelyn V. Perez/RTP/PIA10)

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DOLE-X orients 620 Camiguin TUPAD employment workers

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, September 12 — The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)-X Camiguin Provincial Field Office (Cam PFO) conducted an orientation on the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) to the 200 beneficiaries of the local government unit (LGU) of Mambajao on September 1 at the Municipal Hall and to the 420 beneficiaries of Movement for Better Camiguin.
DOLE-X Cam PFO Chief Emmanuel G. Toledo explained that TUPAD is an Emergency Employment Program under Department Order No. 173, Series of 2017, also known as the Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP).
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The beneficiaries availed the minimum 10 day employment period with the minimum wage rate of the area as salary/wage per day. Most of the beneficiaries were self-employed, underemployed and seasonal workers.
Toledo reported that the project was implemented by the LGU-Mambajao as one of the Accredited Co-Partners of the Department of Labor and Employment.
Meanwhile, the Movement for Better Camiguin had four venues for the orientation including Tupsan Pequeño, Mambajao, Panghiawan Catarman, Bugang, Sagay and Poblacion, Guinsiliban, Camiguin.
The implementation of the TUPAD is also under direct administration or monitoring conducted by DOLE-X with release of the wages through M. Lhuiller branches nationwide.(Jovelyn V. Perez/RTP/PIA10)

TESDA-Camiguin to conduct Training for Work Scholarship Program

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CAMIGUIN, September 13 (PIA) – With the aim to address equity and access by providing direct financial assistance to deserving Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) enrollees in the province, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)- Camiguin Provincial Office will conduct the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) with various courses on October 2017.

 

Proposals from public and private Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) to participate in the TWSP were due on September 7, 2017.

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The qualification titles/courses include Computer Systems Servicing NC II with 30 slots, Cookery NC II with 20 slots, Driving NC II with 21 slots, Plumbing NC I with 15 slots and Trainers Methodology Level I with 15 slots.

 

TESDA-10 has allocated P749,700 budget for the training cost, assessment fee and per capita cost for the five qualification titles/courses.

 

The training provider shall be selected in accordance with the procedures set forth by TESDA and the tender document shall be downloaded from www.region10@tesda.gov.ph.

 

The TWSP scholars shall be entitled to free training and assessment and the approved TWSP standard costing for training and assessment shall be applied strictly.(RTP/PIA10)

NEDA underscores Camiguin’s economic dev’t, track in ASEAN forum

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, August 30 (PIA)— To lay down the foundation for inclusive growth, a high-trust society and a globally competitive knowledge economy in the province, the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA)-10 presented the AmBisyon Natin 2040 during the ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Forum on August 25 at the Provincial Convention Center.

 

Peleta Abejo, senior economic development specialist of NEDA-10, shared that such long-term vision for the country highlights “Malasakit” or enhancing the social fabric, “Pagbabago” or the inequality-reducing transformation and “Patuloy na Pag-Unlad” or the increasing growth potential.

 

In the province, Abejo said that the average gross domestic product is 6.3 percent and out of three, there is only one poor Camiguingnon with less than P1,000 monthly income.

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To become non-poor, each household in Camiguin should at least earn P21,678 per annum.

 

NEDA-10 also reported that there was a 22-23 percent decrease in poverty incidence and 24.9 percent to less than 20 percent reduce in unemployment.

 

As to encouraging the Camiguingnons on fostering a better life, Abejo cited the 17 sustainable development goals which include no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry, innovation and infrastructure.

 

She also added sustainable cities and communities, responsible consumption and production, climate action, life below water, life on land, peace, justice and strong institutions, and partnerships for the goals.

 

With AmBisyon Natin 2040, NEDA envisions the country that “By 2040, the Philippines shall be a prosperous predominantly middle-class society where no one is poor. Our peoples will enjoy long and healthy lives, are smart and innovative, and will live in a high-trust society.”(RTP/PIA10)

Cebuano News: NEDA gapatugbaw sa Camiguingnon ekonomikong kalambuan, direksyon sa ASEAN forum

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, August 30 (PIA)—Aron ilatad ang pudasyon para sa inklusibong tubo, taas nga kompiyansa sa katilingban ug dili palupig nga kahibalo sa ekonomiya sa probinsiya, ang National Economic Development Authority (NEDA)-10 midalit sa AmBisyon Natin 2040 sa ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Forum niadtong Agosto 25 sa Provincial Convention Center.

 

Si Peleta Abejo, senior economic development specialist sa NEDA-10, miambit nga ang maong dugay nga panglantaw para sa nasud nagpatugbaw sa “Malasakit” o pagpaayo sa katilingbanong panapton, “Pagbabago” o inequality-reducing transformation ug ang “PAtuloy na Pag-Unlad” o ang pag-umento sa growth potential.

 

Sa probinsiya, miingon si Abejo nga ang kasarangang gross domestic product muabot sa 6.3 nga porsyento ang gikan sa tulo, usa lamang ang matawag nga Camiguingnong kabos nga aduna’y ubos sa P1,000 ang binulan nga pangita.

 

Aron mamahimong dili kabos, matag bubong kinahanglang mukita ug P21,678 kada tuig.

 

Ang NEDA-10 mi-asoy nga aduna’y 22-23 nga porsyentong pagkunhod sa kapobrehon ug 24.9 nga porsyento padulong sa muminus pa sa 20 nga porsyentong pagkunhod sa kawala’y trabaho sa Camiguin.

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Kung hisgutan ang pagdasig sa mga Camiguingnon sa pag-alima ug maayong kinabuhi, gihisgot ni Abejo ang 17 ka mga tuyo para sa malahutayong kalambuan nga naglakip sa wala’y kapobrehon, wala’y kagutom, maayong panglawas ug well-being, kalidad nga edukasyon, gender equality, limpyong tubig ug sanitasyon, maapord ug limpyong enerhiya, desenteng trabaho ug ekonomikong pagtubo, industriya, inobasyon ug imprastraktura.

 

Iya usab gidugang ang malahutayong lungsod ug komunidad, responsableng konsumo ug produksyon, aksyon sa klima, kinabuhi ilalum sa tubig, kinabuhi sa yuta, kalinaw, hustisya ug kusgang institusyon, ug panag-uban para sa mga tuyo.

 

Sa AmBisyon Natin 2040, gilantaw sa NEDA ang nasud sa umaabot nga 2040, mamahimong mauswagon nga gilangkuban sa middle-class nga katilingban diin wala ni usa kay kabos. Ang mga katawhan magpahimulos sa taas ug baskog nga kinabuhi, utokan ug adelantado, ug mupuyo sa usa ka taas nga pagsalig nga katilingban.”(RTP/PIA10)

 

Cebuano News: Camiguin gahisgot sa ASEAN nga kahigayonan, gaani sa unang tubo

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, August 30 (PIA) – Pagsaka sa turismo taman 11 ka porsyento, pag-abot sa fast craft karong Nobyembre ug pagdaghan sa mga flights gikan Cebu padulong Camiguin karong Disyembre mao ang mga kinalabwan nga kalambuan nga giila sa kagamhanang probinsiyal isip positibong mga epekto sa Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) sa probinsiya.

 

Si Mambajao Municipal Mayor Jurdin Jesus Romualdo miambit niadtong ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Forum, Agosto 25 nga ang probinsiya, isip giila nga 10th most competitive province sa nasud, malatngonong nagpakita ug ekonomikong kabisog.

 

“Economic dynamism means that we are ready in ASEAN and all the country to receive investors in our LGU (local government unit) (Ang ekonomikong kabisog nagpasabot nga kita andam na sa ASEAN ug sa tibuok nasud nga mudawat ug tigpamuhunan sa atong kagamhanang lokal),” gisaysay sa mayor.

 

Iya usab giingon nga kung dili magpalupig ang nasud sa ASEAN, iyang ikonsiderar ang bukas nga ekonomiya kay kini mu-abri sa mga ganghaan sa wala’y limit nga kahigayonan labi na sa paggama ug mga trabaho.

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Kalambuang probinsiyal

 

Kung hisgutan ang ekonomikong kahigayonan, ang mayor miambit nga gidahom na nila ang pagdaghan sa mga tigpamuhunan sa probinsiya lakip na ang pagtukod sa duha ka mga hotel, supermarket, drug store ug uban pa.

 

Ila usab nga gaayuhon ang runway sa airport aron mapahiluna ang gadaghang lokal ug langyaw nga mga turista sa lugar.

 

Si Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Provincial Manager Napoleon Bael miingon nga aduna’y kasarangang 78 ka mga pasahero kada flight sa airport ug ang maong gidaghanon wala miubos maski pa nga nahuman na ang peak season.

 

Ang kagamhanang probinsiyal gaplano usab sa pagtrabaho sa wireless local area networking aron mapadali ang tanang matang sa komunikasyon sa probinsiya.

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Alang sa kahanas sa pinulongan, giingon ni Romualdo nga mag-abri sila ug usa ka speech laboratory karong Setyembre “to give exact pronunciation and diction; to prepare for ASEAN (aron matudluan sa tukmang linitokan ug diksiyon; aron makaandam para sa ASEAN).”

 

Ang maong nga laboratoryo sugdan sa mga central nga mga tunghaan ug sa sunod tuig, ang kagamhanang probinsiyal nagtumong nga mabutangan sa maong pasilidad ang tanang tunghaan sa Camiguin lakip na usab sa mga barangay.

 

Aduna usab mga programa sa panglawas nga iimplementar aron mas mapaubos pa sa 4 porsiyento ang malnutrisyon sa mga kabataan sa probinsiya ngadto na sa 1 porsiyento.

 

“We have plenty of things to do in Camiguin, so many things to do that every life of the Camiguingnon will be worth for (Aduna kita’y daghang buhaton sa Camiguin, daghan pang mga buhaton nga bililhon sa matag usa ka kinabuhi sa Camiguingnon,” gipahimug-at ni Romualdo.(RTP/PIA10)

Camiguin cites vast ASEAN opportunities, reaps initial gains

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, August 30 (PIA)—Increase in tourism by 11 percent, coming in of a fast craft by November and boost of flights from Cebu to Camiguin by December are among the major developments that the provincial government identified as the positive effects of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the province.

 

Mambajao Municipal Mayor Jurdin Jesus Romualdo shared during the ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Forum on August 25 that the province, being able to earn the 10th spot in the most competitive province throughout the country, has remarkably shown economic dynamism.

 

“Economic dynamism means that we are ready in ASEAN and all the country to receive investors in our LGU (local government unit),” the mayor stressed.

 

He further said that if the country wants to be competitive with ASEAN, it should consider an open economy since such will open doors for boundless opportunities especially on generating jobs.

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Provincial developments

 

When it comes to economic opportunities, the mayor shared that they are now expecting a lot of investors coming in to the province including two hotels, supermarket, a drug store and more.

 

They are also repairing the airport’s runway to accommodate the flocking of local and foreign tourists in the area.

 

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Provincial Manager Napoleon Bael said that they are currently accommodating an average of 78 passengers per flight and such number has not decreased even if it’s past the peak season already.

 

Aside from improving the airport and seaports in the area, the provincial government also plans to work on wireless local area networking that will hasten up all sorts of communication in the province.

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Program for the children

 

As to the language proficiency, Romualdo said that they will be opening a speech laboratory on September “to give exact pronunciation and diction; to prepare for ASEAN.”

 

Such laboratories will commence in central schools and by next year, the provincial government is targeting to put up the facility in all schools in Camiguin as well as in the barangays.

 

There will also be health programs to be implemented to further decrease the 4 percent malnutrition of children in the province to at least 1 percent.

 

 

“We have plenty of things to do in Camiguin, so many things to do that every life of the Camiguingnon will be worth for,” Romualdo stressed.(RTP/PIA10)

Cebuano News: 20th dairy congress, expo ipahigayon sa Camiguin

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, April 17 (PIA) – Aron muhatag ug higayon sa mga mag-uuma sa gatasanan nga hisgutan ang mga interes nga gaapekto sa sektor, ang Dairy Confederation of the Philippines magpahigayon sa 20th Dairy Congress and Expo karong Mayo 3-5 sa Provincial Convention Center, diri.

Ang maong kalihokan paluyohan sa Mindanao Alliance of Dairy Industry Stakeholders (MAIDS) inabagan sa Provincial Government of Camiguin, National Dairy Authority (NDA) ug Philippine Carabao Center (PCC).

Si Debbie De San Miguel, planning officer sa NDA-10, miingon nga ang DairyCon mipili sa probinsiya isip benyu sa congress ngalan nga ang dairy farming sa maong lugar nilambo sa mga katuigan ug ang kagamhanang lokal nagpakita ug kadasig sa pagpalambo sa industriya.

shutterstock_72883003.jpgAng congress magsilbing porum sa pagbaylo ug impormasyon sa kasinatian labi na sa mga kabag-ohan ug kakaplagan sa mga erya sa produksyon, pagproseso ug pagpamaligya apil na usab ang pagpalambo sa kooperatiba sa gatasanang sektor.

Karong tuig, ang kalihokan gi-engranahe alang sa pagpasaka sa produksyon ug pangita sa mga mag-uuma sa gatasan, pagdugang sa kahayopan, paghimo ug bag-ong istratehiya sa pagpamaligya, ug pagpaspas sa pagpatuman sa self-reliant nga kabaryohan.

Para sa mga miyembro na sa DairyCon, ang bayrunon sa registration kay P2,000 kada tao ug P2,500 sa mga dili miyembro. Ang registration naglakip na sa congress kit ug identification card, souvenir program, snacks ug paniudto. Ang board ug lodging wala pa’y apil sa registration.

Ang mga interesadong partisipante pwede usab mu-register online pinaagi sa http://dairyconphil.webs.com/ o mubisita sa pinakaduol nga NDA regional office.(RTP/PIA10)

DTI urges buyers to use e-Presyo app

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MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, Feb. 1 (PIA) – To drum-up awareness on e-Presyo, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Camiguin strengthened its  information and education  campaign (IEC) by putting up e-Presyo tarpaulins in strategic areas around the province, mostly located in public markets and business establishments.

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e-Presyo is the name given to the newly established Online Price Monitoring System (OPMS) of the DTI with the main purpose of providing easy access to the latest suggested retail prices (SRP) for prime commodities and basic necessities.

DTI said  e-Presyo does not even require sign-up when the application is accessed online, easily downloadable both in personal computer and in a smart phones.

Another important feature is the Monitored Prevailing Prices and Stores with the lowest prices and the Comparative Prevailing Prices– a week ago, a month ago, 3 months ago and a year ago.

Another use of the App is when comparing store prices for basic necessities and prime commodities against the Suggested Retail Price (SRP).  (Zita M. Abellare, with reports from Varry Labial, DTI-Camiguin/PIA-10

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LGUs extends one-stop shop for businessmen 

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MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, Feb. 1 (PIA) – Camiguin holds Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) on for the entire month of January to facilitate fast, easy and convenient business registration system.

All national line agencies and local government units (LGUs) extended its services in every town around the province pooling all approving personnel in one place.

Aside from the one-stop registration, BOSS also offers application or renewal of business permits such as the issuance of zone clearance, building inspection clearance and  sanitation clearance.

The Department of Trafe and Industry (DTI) meanwhile provided personnel in support to the LGUs. 

Other participating agencies include the Social Security System (SSS), Philhealth, Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the Philippine National Police (PNP).

DTI meanwhile continue to urge LGUs to sustain a systematic and efficient business licensing and registration system for a business and investor friendly environment.

Boss likewise encourage more businessmen to renew their respective businesses or start a new one by making the process less tedious, faster and cheaper.

This system according to DTI has been adopted for over seven years now and is one of the agency’s measurements in evaluating the competitiveness of the locality. ( Zita Abellare with reports from Varry Labial/ DTI-Camiguin/PIA-10)

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