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CdeO adjudged as grand winner of ‘Livable Cities Design Challenge’

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Cagayan de Oro City’s status and reputation as the country’s 2nd most competitive city today rose to another level after being adjudged as grand winner of the ‘Livable Cities Design Challenge’ initiated by the National Competitiveness Council and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

‘Livable Cities Design Challenge’ is a planning and design competition whose objective is to get city planners across the Philippines to better plan their respective cities for a climate-defined future and for disaster-risk reduction.

The city bagged the top award in the Government Center category when it bested three other finalists, namely the cities of Roxas, Valenzuela and Zamboanga.

Government center means a complex of government buildings which are designed to be disaster-resistant and must be designed to serve the public in pre- and post-disaster phases. They must serve its primary purpose as a public service facility such as school, hospital or office building.

Cagayan de Oro City’s entry was entitled ‘Oro Central’ which is designed to develop City Central School not just as a topnotch public elementary institution but as well as an disaster-resistant evacuation center in times of disasters and/or calamities.

The city’s delegation headed by City Mayor Oscar Moreno formally received the accolade during Wednesday’s final conference and awarding ceremony held in Manila.

Elated with the citation, Mayor Moreno profusely thanked local architects from the Mindanao University of Science and Technology, United Architects of the Philippines, private sector ug the local government team led by City Hall’s Local Investment Promotions Officer Eileen San Juan for working hard together on the conceptualization and designing of the city’s entry.


Source : Facebook : Cagayan de Oro City Info Network
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Oathtaking of ULAP National Executive Board Officers

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President Benigno S. Aquino III inducts into office the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP) National Executive Board Officers during the oathtaking ceremony at the President’s Hall of the Malacañan Palace on Thursday (October 02, 2014).

The new set of ULAP NEB officers are president Oriental Mindoro Governor Alfonso Umali, Jr.; chairman Iloilo Governor Arthur Defensor, Sr.; vice chairman Javier, Leyte Mayor Leonardo Javier, Jr.; executive vice president Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista; 1st vice president Manila City Vice Mayor Francisco Domagoso; 2nd vice president Cagayan Vice Governor Leonides Fausto; 3rd vice president Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno; secretary general Nueva Ecija Board Member Atty. Edmund Abesamis; assistant secretary general Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur Councilor Kirk Asis; treasurer Oriental Mindoro Vice Governor Humerlito Dolor; assistant treasurer Quezon City Councilor Raquel Malañgen; auditor Hadji Panglima Tahil Mayor Abraham Burahan; assistant auditor Surigao del Norte Board Member Myrna Romarate; p.r.o. Dagupan City Councilor Maybelyn dela Cruz-Fernandez; assistant p.r.o. Tarlac Board Member John Patrick Agustin; liaison officer Batac, Ilocos Norte Vice Mayor Ronald Allan Nalupta; assistant liaison officer Aklan Board Member Jose Enrique Miraflores; legal counsel South Cotabato Vice Governor Atty. Cecile Diel; chairman for advocacy and policy Valenzuela City Councilor Marlon Paulo Alejandrino; and chairperson for gender and development Parañaque City Councilor Alma Moreno.

ULAP is the umbrella organization of the country’s local government units, representing its members to national committees in the pursuit of local autonomy and good governance. (Photo by Lauro Montellano, Jr. / Malacañang Photo Bureau)

Source : Facebook - Cagayan de Oro City Info Network

DATU SANDIGAN AGSAM TRAINING WORKSHOP

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Members of the Higaonon tribe in Cagayan de Oro successfully completed the 10-day training for their alternative livelihood, using indigenous materials for basket weaving and other ornaments, today here at City hall.

The training was in cooperation with Department of Tourism, Department of Trade and Industry, Tesda, National Commission for Indigenous People, Cooperative Development Authority and the City Tourism Office and Cultural Affairs in Cagayan de Oro City. 

The trainor, Ms. Margie Abaquita, lauded the IPs including their chieftain for their unique culture.


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CFO Mobile PDOS Goes to Cagayan de Oro City

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To make government services more accessible to its clientèle, the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) launches its Mobile Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (MOBILE-PDOS) for year 2014. The program aims to reach out to CFO's clientèle and bring its services to the regions where there are significant numbers of departing permanent migrants. 

In partnership with Cagayan De Oro City government, CFO is scheduled to conduct the said Mobile PDOS at Cagayan De Oro City, Misamis Oriental (Region X) on September 25 and 26, 2014. The venue will be at the Cagayan De Oro's City tourism hall, Gaerlan St. 9000 Cagayan De Oro, Philippines. 

The beneficiaries of this initiative are those who have been granted an immigrant visa class by various countries and are required to register with the Commission on Filipinos Overseas prior to departure. This is prescribed under Batas Pambansa Bilang 79 (Republic Act 79) and Section 2-b of Executive Order No. 346 of 1996: all prospective migrants are required to attend the CFO's Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) which is currently conducted at its main office in Manila and in its satellite office in Cebu. 

This mandatory PDOS three-hour session covers the following, among other things: resettlement concerns, rights and obligations of the migrants as well as policies and procedures relative to their respective countries of emigration, situation in terms of employment, housing and children's education. 

Upon completion of all the requirements by the migrant, his/her passport is stamped with the CFO's registration sticker, which in tum will be inspected by the Bureau of Immigration (BI) at his/her port of exit. On this regard, the BI is following the Guidelines on Departure Formalities for International-Bound Passengers set by the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) headed by the Department of Justice (DOJ).

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Source : Commission on Filipino Overseas

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