We all know how Typhoon Lawin devastated the Province of Abra. Millions of pesos worth of damages to crops, infrastructure and houses were reported. Abra was isolated during the typhoon. Powers and Communications were knocked off.
Tamac was one of the worse Barangay that was hit by typhoon Ineng. I wonder where are those calamity funds now? And where are the local officials? Oh I know, they are all on Facebook declaring their candidacy. ——- By Maria Teresa B. Benas VILLAVICIOSA, Abra, (PIA) — Education is by far the most significant … Continue reading
We are all familiar with the super typhoon Ineng that wrecked havoc in Abra last week. As a result, the provincial government declared a State of Calamity.
Dexter A. See BANGUED, Abra—The government has asked the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to make a new survey and establish the boundaries of the Victoria Park, a protected area in the Casamata Hills in this province, to protect it from squatters and ancestral land claimants, Gov. Eustaquio Bersamin said.
By Artemio A. Dumlao Bangued, Abra – Abra province is already out from the dark after the twin typhoons Luis and Mario that ravaged Northern Luzon.
The province of Abra has been placed under a state of calamity after being assessed as the most devastated of all the provinces in the Cordillera region following the onslaught of Tropical Storm Mario and the enhanced Southwest Monsoon.
Camp Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet – The Villaviciosa anti-illegal logging municipal task force scored in its drive against environmental law violators last week following a crackdown on illegal loggers in Barangay Tuquib, Villaviciosa town in Abra.
A Gold Processing Plant is about to open in barangay Barbarit, Lagangilang abra. In a report from GMA News, the plant will be used to process gold
Another feedback from our readers regarding the devastation of typhoon Yolanda. Do you agree? ———- Comment: Good day Sir! I read on the other thread regarding donations from Abra saying the church has so far collectect P38,000.00 for the victims of typhoon Yolanda.
by Ramon Efren R. Lazaro THE traditional practice of kaingin (slash and burn) farming by upland farmers can be avoided if certain farm technologies are implemented.