GET BY. Being vigilant is different from being afraid.  Gov. Art Yap explained this as he called on the people to continue their vigilance and help the provincial government in reminding others to follow the quarantine protocol but should not be afraid to continue with economic activities.

This is the reason the governor joined the DTI-Bohol team in Duero this morning during the distribution of livelihood kits to 15 beneficiaries of DTI’s Livelihood Seeding Program-Negosyo Serbisyo sa Barangay

The 15 beneficiaries are from barangays Guinsularan, Cansujay, and Bangwalog.

With the governor were BM Jade Bautista, Mayor Conrada Amparo, Vice-Mayor Gillian Achacoso, Councilor Adaucta abueva, Councilor Angelito Betonio, Councilor Mansueto Castino, and Councilor Jesus Acenas; the barangay captains led by the president of the Liga ng mg Barangay, Edgar Bagotchay: DTI Division Chief Vierna Teresa Ligan, Jerome Gabin of DTI-Bohol; Marfe Osio of the municipal education program, and the OIC municipal agriculturist.

The governor also distributed the prizes to the winners in Dimiao in the Gulayan sa Paaralan  Program and Bahay-Kubo FAITH HOPE CHARITY Program, and distributed the payout for farmers who participated in the cash-for work-program.

THE AWARDEES IN THE GULAYAN SA PAARALAN PROGRAM

Guinsularan National High School

1st prize winner (district level)

Containerized areas garden category

represented by Head Teacher Rosalinda Butcon and PTA president John Felisco

Bangwalog Elementary School

1st prize winner (district winner)

rural areas garden category

represented by former school head Nenita Alupit, Principal Reineria Solon, and GPP Coordinator Delia Ranis

Madua Norte Primary School

1st prize winner (district level)

containerized areas garden category

represented by School Head Maria Jenna Ligtas and GPP Coordinator Sheila Najos

THE AWARDEE IN THE BAHAY-KUBO FAITH HOPE CHARITY PROGRAM

Annabel Ranis of barangay Bangwalog

1st prize winner (district level)

provincial winner

CASH-FOR-WORK PROGRAM

The governor distributed the payout to farmers in Angilan Irrigators’ Association who participated in the program. The Angilan IA has 47 members. (Ven rebo Arigo)