Capitol marks World Aids Day with awareness advocacy, candle lighting

Raising awareness about human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/Aids) and remembering those who lost their lives to the condition highlighted the “Beat HIV/AIDS: Know Your Status” program held at the Capitol last Monday, Dec. 3. The activity was organized by the Provincial Youth Commission (PYC), in partnership with the Provincial Health Office (PHO) and the Provincial continue reading : Capitol marks World Aids Day with awareness advocacy, candle lighting

24-hour traffic alert implemented; road repairs suspended til January 2019

Local government units (LGUs) within Metro Cebu have raised a round-the-clock traffic alert since last week to concentrate on the anticipated increase of motorists and revelers this week as office parties, mall sales and Christmas events are set. Cebu Gov. Hilario P. Davide III held a meeting with local chief executives and traffic managers on Monday, continue reading : 24-hour traffic alert implemented; road repairs suspended til January 2019

Capitol earns Galing Pook recognition for its insurance plan for farmers, fishers

The Cebu Provincial Government’s entry on the comprehensive agri-fishery insurance program earned a recognition as one of the finalists in the prestigious Galing Pook Awards held at the Novetel Manila Araneta Center in Quezon City last Oct. 11. The award was received by Gov. Hilario P. Davide III along with some Capitol department heads, namely, continue reading : Capitol earns Galing Pook recognition for its insurance plan for farmers, fishers

Capitol cites 3 keys to staying as richest province in PH for 4 straight years

Gov. Hilario P. Davide III and Vice Gov. Agnes A. Magpale attributed to good governance, transparency and sound financial management as keys to making Cebu the richest province in the Philippines in 2017 for four years in a row. “Because of good governance. Wala ta pataka og waldas sa kwarta sa Probinsya. Gisubay man gyud continue reading : Capitol cites 3 keys to staying as richest province in PH for 4 straight years

Brgy workers in Mandaue City, 3 south Cebu towns get cash gift from Capitol

At least P2.6 million in cash incentives were received by barangay workers of three towns in southern Cebu and Mandaue City in the north as the Cebu Provincial Government resumed its distribution this week. Gov. Hilario P. Davide III spearheaded the giving out of incentives in the municipalities of Ginatilan, Samboan and Santander before Vice continue reading : Brgy workers in Mandaue City, 3 south Cebu towns get cash gift from Capitol

1,066 anti-drugs councils formed

The Cebu Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Office (CPADAO) has strengthened the campaign against illegal drugs by reviving the Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council (BADAC). CPADAO chairman Carmen Durano-Meca revealed that 1,066 BADAC were formed in different towns to determine their respective plans of action in solving the drug problem. Meca said CPADAO also formed 1,052 BADAC auxiliary continue reading : 1,066 anti-drugs councils formed

P663M for infra projects

Under Gov. Hilario P. Davide III’s infrastructure agenda, P663 million worth of projects was funded by the Capitol in 2017. This was possible through the cooperation of the national government as it aims to roll out more farm projects and build 125.4 kilometers of farm-to-market roads (FMR) under the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP). Of continue reading : P663M for infra projects

Capitol spreads Christmas joy, showcases first ‘Symphony of Lights’

Among the many firsts this year, Cebu Capitol successfully took center stage the merging of media and technology as it showcased “Paskohanong Kahayag: A Symphony of Lights”, a synchronized living light attraction that runs all over Capitol’s façade beginning December 20 up to December 31, 2017. The 12-minute lighting compositions are coupled with brilliant and vibrant continue reading : Capitol spreads Christmas joy, showcases first ‘Symphony of Lights’