CAMIGUIN, May 25 — In preparation for the upcoming assessment on the performance scopes for the 2018 Seal of Good Local Governance, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) – Camiguin recently conducted a Provincial Roll-Out Orientation for the five Municipalities of Camiguin at Villa Paraiso, Mambajao, Camiguin.
Participants were oriented of this year’s upscaled “all-in” criteria with its corresponding forms and indicators on the seven assessment areas namely, Good Financial Housekeeping, Disaster Preparedness, Social Protection, Peace and Order, Business-Friendliness and Competitiveness, Environmental Management and Tourism, Culture and the Arts. This means that an LGU must pass all indicators in order to make it through the assessment.
DILG Provincial Director Rhona G. Pedraza-Abadilla emphasized that regardless of whether or not LGUs have a big chance of passing, all are encouraged to get ready as no one will be exempted from the assessment. Pass or Fail-the results would serve as an opportunity for LGUs to outdo their best effort in governance.
Discussants of the activity include the Municipal Local Government Operations Officers (MLGOO) of the five municipalities namely, LGOO VI Emily C. Popera, LGOO VI Katherine L. Pabatao, LGOO VI Kathy S. Braña, LGOO VI Eustalia Cabiguin, LGOO V Rico Baiño together with Program Manager LGOO V Dixon Baconga.
The activity was participated by all Local Functionaries including SGLG Focal Persons of each LGUs in the Province.
A separate briefing for Provincial Officials and functionaries was also undertaken on May 8.(DILG Camiguin/RTP/PIA10)