Quirino launches Search for Model Home, Model Barangay

  • February 17, 2017
  • Thelma C. Bicarme

CABARROGUIS, Quirino, Feb. 17 (PIA)—To inculcate in the minds of the residents the values of  self-discipline, self-reliance, resourcefulness, cooperation, cleanliness and environmental awareness, the Provincial Tourism Council here will lead the conduct of the 2017 Search for Model Home and Model Barangay.


Under the Model Home category, all households with houses worth less than P1 million are eligible to join, subject to pre-requisites such as barangay clearance and barangay certification on the appraised value of their house.


All qualified homes will be visited by the Municipal Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MMEC) for  the initial validation from February to May; mid-year monitoring (June to August) and final screening (September to November).


The results of the three screenings will be submitted to the board of judges and these shall form part of their final evaluation and judgment using the following criteria: Cleanliness and Sanitation-40% and Landscape & Beautification-60%.


Each of the six towns will be announcing and awarding the municipal winners within the second week of November and the judging of provincial winners by the provincial board of judges shall be done within the last week of November.


For the model barangay category, there shall be three integral parts of the evaluation which include cleanliness and sanitation-40%; landscape & beautification-40% and community support system & sustainability-20%.


The winners for Model Home shall receive P50,000.00 for the first prize; P30,000.00 for the second prize; P20,000.00 for the third prize and three consolation prizes of P10,000.00 each.


On the other hand, winners for the Model Barangay shall receive P150,000.00 for the first prize; P100,000.00 for the second prize; P75,000.00 for the third prize and three consolation prizes of the P50,000.00 each.


A plaque of recognition and cash prize of P25,000.00 shall be given to the Leadership awardee.


The announcement of winners and awarding of prizes will be done during the opening of Paskuhan sa Quirino 2017. (ALM/TCB/PIA 2-Quirino)


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