15 smart, beautiful women vie for 2017 Mutya crown

Koronadal City---Fifteen women of South Cotabato are eager to get the coveted crown of the most beautiful event during this year's 18th Tnalak Festival. Alvim Batol, Provincial Treasurer's In-Charge of Office and Mutya Committee Chairperson, said they have screened the smartest and stunning women to represent the face of South Cotabato. "The contestants will not only vie for the crown but they will also compete to get the P35, 000 cash prize," Batol said. During the video shoot recently, the girls gamely participate during the music video production. All towns are well represented and four organizations like Chamber of Commerce, FB Hotel, Mafuko Agri Ventures and DPWH Regional Office will join the competition. Since Tnalak Festival turns 18 years this year, Batol said the contestants will wear a ball gown during the evening competition. Due to stricter security measures during the weeklong celebration of Tnalak Festival, Batol said the audience is reminded to bring identification card. Big bags are not allowed inside the South Cotabato Gymnasium. The program will start at 6 PM.

By | 2017-06-23T10:27:49+00:00 June 23, 2017|

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By | 2017-06-21T21:53:20+00:00 June 17, 2017|

33 barangays achieve better health system

Koronadal City---The Integrated Provincial Health Office recognized the efforts of the barangays as catalysts for health development at the barangay level. Thirty three barangays were identified as performers in the implementation of various health programs but only one barangay in each town was awarded as the Best Performing Barangay with a cash incentive. Dr. Rogelio Aturdido, Provincial Health Officer, said the Barangay Health Scorecard assesses and evaluates the combined efforts of stakeholders within the province-wide health system (PWHS), which include the clients and public private providers within the municipalities, cities and provinces. "This will help the barangay LGUs and stakeholders benchmark their performance with the average performance with the national standards," Aturdido explained. The result, on the other hand, determines whether or not a province’s performance is also improving at the grassroots level. The LGU Scorecards assigns corresponding colors to the level of performance of a participating barangay. Green color means excellent. Yellow means good. Red color means fair. Gray means no available data. Here's the list of the Best Performing Barangays in Health Development Program: Banga Barangay Derilon---Rural Health Midwife Jenifer Derilon Lake Sebu Barangay Bacdulong---Rural Health Midwife Evangeline Gallera City of Koronadal Barangay San Isidro---Rural Health Midwife Maricelle Frias Norala Barangay BS Aquino---Rural Health Midwife Lilibeth Fusingan Polomolok Barangay Crossing Palkan---Rural Health Midwife Cris Apitong Sto. Nino Barangay Panay--- Rural Health Midwife Maricar Cabaylo Suralah Barangay Centrala---Rural Health Midwife Alona Penol Tampakan Barangay Sta. Cruz---Rural Health Midwife Esther Sira Tantangan Barangay New Iloilo---Rural Health Midwife Cheryl Albelar Tupi Barangay Kalkan---Rural Health Midwife Esterlina Sudio Tboli Barangay Poblacion---Rural Health Midwife Emelie Tanco

By | 2017-06-15T21:21:47+00:00 June 15, 2017|

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By | 2017-06-12T20:43:31+00:00 June 9, 2017|

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By | 2017-06-13T19:51:40+00:00 June 9, 2017|

South Cotabato to allocate establishment of dog pound facility

Koronadal City---Provincial veterinary authorities confirmed the approval of the establishment of an animal care and pound facility as a strategy to address animal rabies in South Cotabato. Local executives eyed that the establishment of the dog pound center is in the town of Suralah. Dr. Flora Bigot, Provincial Veterinary Officer-In-Charge, said based on an initial discussion the provincial government will fund the construction of the facility but the local government unit will allocate budget for the salaries and wages of the personnel. "The facility will be based on the standards laid down by the Animal Welfare Act," Bigot said. Bigot stressed out the animal care facility will accept dogs from neighboring towns based on a referral system. A minimal fee will be imposed. The establishment of the animal facility is one of the strategies of the provincial government because of the increasing number of rabies deaths among humans in the last three years. According to the Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU), rabies kills 27 people in South Cotabato since 2015. This year alone, 10 people died because of rabies. Health authorities observed that more people are dying because of rabies in Tboli every year. PESU said, most of the rabid dogs have no history of dog vaccination. To augment their workforce at the barangay level, PVET trained 87 Barangay Animal Health Workers since last year to vaccinate at least 92, 000 dogs in South Cotabato. At present, PVET and its local counterpart at the municipal level has 66 rabies vaccinators, Bigot said "Aside from the lack of workforce, the geographical location of some of the barangays is also a problem," she said. In 2016, at least 57 dogs were vaccinated, way below compared to [...]

By | 2017-06-05T11:34:27+00:00 June 5, 2017|

Six SouthCot entries vie for 2017 Gawad Saka National Awards

South Cotabato has dominated this year’s Regional Gawad Saka Search by winning six out of ten entries which will serve as region’s official entries to vie for the 2017 Gawad Saka National award. Topping the list for the group category is the family of the 2016 National Gawad Saka winner for outstanding fisherfolk award, Ms. Ruferos Regina of Banga town, who will represent the region for the fisherfolk family category . Other entries for the group category include Tampakan MAFC for the Municipal agriculture and fishery council; and South Cotabato PAFC for the Provincial Agriculture and Fishery Council category. Three more farmers for the Individual category from South Cotabato are Berlinda Montaño of Banga for the rice farmer category; Jose Lorenzo of Tupi for high value crops farmer category; and Gerardo Cordero of Koronadal City for coconut farmer category. DA-12 Regional Director Milagros Casis said, the regional office had endorsed ten entries from Soccsksargen in this year’s edition of the Gawad Saka national tilt including six entries from South Cotabato. Other entries are Bulacanon Irrigators’ Association of Makilala, Cotabato; Ivy Carolino of Carmen, North Cotabato for the young farmer category; Dr. Emma Sales a faculty member of the University of Southern Mindanao in Kabacan, Cotabato for the outstanding agricultural scientist. “They will undergo rigorous standards and qualifications set in every category.” Casis said, Casis is optimistic that more entries for this year’s search will win the most coveted prize for their respective categories after bagging only two awards last year. These include Regina Ruferos of Banga for the outstanding fisherfolk award and Dr. Sailila Abdula , the current Executive Director of the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) as the outstanding agricultural researcher category. DA-12 Gawad [...]

By | 2017-05-30T09:59:57+00:00 May 30, 2017|