The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council will be releasing rubber boats to the municipalities of Bucay and Dolores of Abra. Advertisements
Dr. Rosita Brilliantes, Schools Division Superintendent said the teachers particularly those handling Grade 7 and 8 classes are now on training at Bangued West Central School for the K to 12 program,as part of their preparation for the opening of classes on June 3, 2013. Brillantes commended the Philippine Army and Parents-Teachers Association on their … Continue reading
PHILIPPINES – The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) continues to strengthen small-scale fishing and the income of small scale farmers with the launch of techno-demonstration projects on tilapia pond culture and the rollover of Barangay Fish Terminal (BFT) in two barangays of Tayum and Peñarrubia in Abra.
Infrastructure is a vital component to progress. It enables the movement of basic commodities from one point to another. It also open up new oppurtunities for towns where these roads passes.
By Maria Teresa B. Benas BANGUED, Abra, Nov. 5 (PIA) — Members of the Technical Working Group (TWG) of the Save the Abra River Project will push for the promotion of the Save the Ludong Project during its consultation meeting held at the Baluarte Zoological Park in Vigan City.
By Frances Mangosing INQUIRER.net 11:02 am | Thursday, July 12th, 2012 MANILA, Philippines—A 4.1-magnitude earthquake shook Abra Thursday morning, state volcanologists said.
By Maritess B. Beñas BANGUED, Abra, June 10 (PIA) — “For every one tree cut by the charcoal makers, they are required to plant ten trees as replacement to sustain their livelihood.” This was the assurance of Engr. Ernesto Aton the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer (PENRO) to the public when asked what measures … Continue reading
by Purita S. Licas The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is leaving no conservation stone unturned if only to finally embark on the gargantuan task of protecting an endemic fish species of Cagayan Valley, perceived to be at the brink of extinction.