Tribal Women benefit livelihood assistance from PESO

The local government, in coordination with Indigenous Peoples Mandatory (IPM) Representative Hon. Antonio S. Abing and Public Employment Service Office (PESO) extends its entrepreneurial assistance worth P330,000 to jumpstart the beads making enterprises of 11 Indigenous Women Association in the City of Koronadal. This livelihood intervention aims to create opportunities for IP Women in protecting … Read more Tribal Women benefit livelihood assistance from PESO

Koronadal City conducts free health check-up for PWDs

More than a hundred Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) from the city took part in the recently conducted free medical check-up in celebration of the 42nd National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week. The celebration adopts the theme “Kalinga at Malasakit Tugon para sa mga Taong may Kapansanan sa Panahon ng Pandemyang COVID-19” which revolves on … Read more Koronadal City conducts free health check-up for PWDs

LGU retools local smallholder farmers on corn production

Sharing sustainable agricultural practice on corn production, to improve yields, quality and consistency of the crops have driven the city government to rolled out training efforts to its local small-scale corn farmers. Through the said activity, the participants gained additional inputs and in-depth understanding of the ideal yield for farmers, basic soil classification, corn leaf … Read more LGU retools local smallholder farmers on corn production

Koronadaleños avail livelihood aid under PFAS Project

Close to 66 individuals and seven (7) associations had received cash grant from the government’s Pangkabuhayan Financial Assistance (PFAS) Project to mitigate the impact of the current health crisis. With the initiative of the City Government through its Public Employment Service Office (PESO), it continuously offers umpteen livelihood programs and services to deserving Koronadaleños. Through … Read more Koronadaleños avail livelihood aid under PFAS Project

City gov’t hands learning materials to Topland’s ALS Center

As the city government think big, hope for the best and envision a better tomorrow for its out-of-school youth, City Mayor Eliordo U. Ogena personally turned over at least 40 chairs, two (2) long tables, and numerous reference books to an Alternative Learning System (ALS) and Barangay Reading Centers at Barangay Topland, yesterday, July 02. As pillars … Read more City gov’t hands learning materials to Topland’s ALS Center

700 rice farmers in Koronadal get gov’t cash aid

Some 700 rice farmers in Koronadal have received P5,000 cash assistance from the government amid the global health crisis. Under the Rice Farmers Financial Assistance (RFFA) Program, the Department of Agriculture (DA) XII in coordination with the City Agriculture’s Office released cash aid to rice farmers affected by the low buying price of palay. Initially, … Read more 700 rice farmers in Koronadal get gov’t cash aid

Koronadal market fire victims receive ‘Kabuhayan’ starter kits

At least 101 market fire-affected occupants in the city have received the second batch of livelihood starter kits from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) this Friday, June 26. These beneficiaries were victims of a fire that gutted this city’s public market last October 2017. DOLE, through the Public Employment Service Office (PESO), has … Read more Koronadal market fire victims receive ‘Kabuhayan’ starter kits

LGU Koronadal buys 2,730 kilos of veggies from local farmers as relief packs

The City Government of Koronadal spearheaded by the City Agriculture Office has bought 2,730 kilos of assorted produce from local farmers as part of relief ops for the urban poor. Aside from providing nutritious food for the residents, this is also the city govt’s way of helping local farmers sell their supply affected by the … Read more LGU Koronadal buys 2,730 kilos of veggies from local farmers as relief packs

City gov’t resumes franchise hearing on trikes

After three months of no operation, the public hearing on tricycle franchise has resumed on June 18 drawing a total of 336 tricycle drivers and operators in attendance at the Rizal Park. There were around 264 applicants who filed a petition for the renewal of MTOP, while the other 50 requested for transfer of MTOP … Read more City gov’t resumes franchise hearing on trikes

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