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STAY SAFE

BAGUIO CITY – The Department of Interior and Local Government Cordillera urged local government units (LGUs) the public and other sectors to use StaySafe.Ph to strengthen the detection and slow down the surge of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the region.

“The implementation of StaySafe.ph is a government initiative to increase efforts to track down close contacts of individuals who have tested positive for c Covid-19,” said Araceli San Jose, DILG CAR OIC-Regional Director.

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DAR RTF ELCAC

BAGUIO CITY—The Regional Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (RTF-ELCAC) endorsed the priority programs, and projects of the identified cleared barangays under the FY 2021 Local Government Support Fund-Support to the Barangay Development Program (LGSF-SBDP).

On March 17, 2021, during the First Quarter Cordillera RTF-ELCAC, a total of eight barangays in Cordillera that are already cleared pf Communist Terrorist Groups (CTGs) were included in the list of identified barangays under the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Local Budget Circular (LBC) No. 135, s. 2021: six in Abra, one in Kalinga, and one in Mountain Province.

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 CTG CLEARED

BAGUIO CITY— A total of eight communist terrorist groups (CTG)-cleared barangays in the Cordillera Region will receive this year P20 million each under the Support to Barangay Development Program (BDP) of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC).

“The funds can be used by the recipient villages for farm-to-market roads, school buildings, water and sanitation systems, rural electrification, housing, and medical, burial, transportation, food, cash-for-work, and educational assistance to indigent individuals or households depending on the identified priority needs and proposed projects of the barangays,” said Araceli San Jose, OIC-Regional Director of the Department of the Interior and Local Government-Cordillera.