Tagalog news: 16M halaga ng shallow tube well, ipinagkaloob sa bayan ng Bongabong

  • April 18, 2017

LUNGSOD NG CALAPAN, Oriental Mindoro, Abril 18 (PIA) – Umabot sa P16 milyon ang kabuuang halaga ng shallow tube well na ipinagkaloob ng pamahalaang panlalawigan at ng Department of Agriculture (DA) sa mga magsasaka ng bayan ng Bongabong kamakailan.

 

Pinangunahan ni Gob. Alfonso V. Umali, Jr., kasama sina Bongabong Mayor Elegio A. Malaluan at mga kinatawan ng DA ang pagkakaloob ng 189 units ng shallow tube well  na  nagkakakahalaga  ng P16,065,000.

 

Nakiisa rin sa naturang gawain si 2nd District Board Member Paulo Jean Umali at iba pang indibidwal.

 

Ayon kay Mayor Malaluan, ang naturang shallow tube well ay malaking tulong sa mga magsasaka lalo pa’t ang  pangunahing suliranin nila sa lugar ay kawalan ng sapat  na patubig sa  mga  sakahan.

 

Aniya pa, nagpapasalamat  siya sa pamahalaang nasyunal at sa pamahalaang panlalawigan dahil  sa lubos  na suporta sa kanilang bayan, lalo pa’t nakikilala na ngayon ang Bongabong bilang Organic Farm Capital ng lalawigan.

 

Sinabi naman ni Gob. Umali na kalamangan ng lalawigan sa pagkakaroon ng malalaking proyekto ang pagkakaroon ng Seal  of  Good  Local Governance (SGLG). Dahil aniya, sa pagkakaroon ng SGLG  na ito, mas  marami pang programa at proyekto ang  maaaring  makuha  ng mga bayan  sa lalawigan.

 

Samantala, malugod ding ibinalita ng punong ehekutibo na maging  ang iba pang mga bayan ay suportado rin ng pamahalaang nasyunal  kung saan  may mga malalaki ring proyektong natanggap partikular  na sa pagpapaunlad ng sektor ng agrikultura.

 

Malaking tulong rin ayon sa gobernadora, ang pagkakaroon ng pagkakaisa at pagsasama-sama ng  mga mamamayan at mga lider sa lalawigan kung kaya  mabilis  at  marami pang biyaya  ang natatanggap ng Oriental Mindoro.  (CPRSD/LTC/PIA-Mimaropa/Calapan)

 


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