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 Result of May 2013 Local Government Elections

Mayor of Cotabato (North Cot.) – City of Kidapawan

EVANGELISTA, JOSEPH LP 14,573
GANTUANGCO, NIDO IND 12,083
CAOILE, ALVIN NPC 691
ADAJAR, MANUEL SR. IND 443
 

Vice-Mayor of Cotabato (North Cot.) – City of Kidapawan

GANTUANGCO, RODOLFO LP 14,546
PAPELERA, ROGELIO IND 9,447
 

Member, Sangguniang Panlungsod of Cotabato (North Cot.) – City of Kidapawan – Lone Dist

PALMONES, FRANCIS JR. IND 14,202
TAYNAN, LAURO JR. LP 12,764
BOMBEO, JIVY ROE IND 12,473
YARRA, GREG LP 11,983
AMADOR, ALAN IND 11,509
NAVARRA, JUDITH LP 10,922
SALAC, PETER NPC 10,732
LAMATA, MARIA ESTELA LP 10,684
PAGAL, REY LP 10,017
FLORES, MARIO LP 9,804
ANGELES, YEYE IND 9,782
PADILLA-SISON, RUBY MKB 9,740
CHUA, LUIS LP 9,511
OMANDAC, ROBERTO IND 9,506
REMITIO, ENRICO VICENTE LP 8,804
ABLANG, EMMANUEL IND 8,577
RESPICIO, AL IND 7,447
DAYAO, REX IND 7,307
ANIMA, RUEL IND 6,922
OCHIA, RICARDO LP 6,033
ANG, RUBEN IND 3,922
HIMULATAN, SALVADOR IND 1,354
LIMGAS, MIKE IND 539
DELICA, SAMMY IND 497
ALZATE, ROY IND 435
 

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COTABATO (NORTH COT)

  • NCR
  • ABRA
  • AGUSAN DEL NORTE
  • AGUSAN DEL SUR
  • AKLAN
  • ALBAY
  • ANTIQUE
  • APAYAO
  • AURORA
  • BASILAN
  • BATAAN
  • BATANES
  • BATANGAS
  • BENGUET
  • BILIRAN
  • BOHOL
  • BUKIDNON
  • BULACAN
  • CAGAYAN
  • CAMARINES NORTE
  • CAMARINES SUR
  • CAMIGUIN
  • CAPIZ
  • CATANDUANES
  • CAVITE
  • CEBU
  • COMPOSTELA VALLEY
  • COTABATO (NORTH COT)
  • DAVAO (DAVAO DEL NORTE)
  • DAVAO DEL SUR
  • DAVAO ORIENTAL
  • DINAGAT ISLANDS
  • EASTERN SAMAR
  • GUIMARAS
  • IFUGAO
  • ILOCOS NORTE
  • ILOCOS SUR
  • ILOILO
  • ISABELA
  • KALINGA
  • LA UNION
  • LAGUNA
  • LANAO DEL NORTE
  • LANAO DEL SUR
  • LEYTE
  • MAGUINDANAO
  • MARINDUQUE
  • MASBATE
  • MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
  • MISAMIS ORIENTAL
  • MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
  • NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
  • NEGROS ORIENTAL
  • NORTHERN SAMAR
  • NUEVA ECIJA
  • NUEVA VIZCAYA
  • OCCIDENTAL MINDORO
  • ORIENTAL MINDORO
  • PALAWAN
  • PAMPANGA
  • PANGASINAN
  • QUEZON
  • QUIRINO
  • RIZAL
  • ROMBLON
  • SAMAR (WESTERN SAMAR)
  • SARANGANI
  • SIQUIJOR
  • SORSOGON
  • SOUTH COTABATO
  • SOUTHERN LEYTE
  • SULTAN KUDARAT
  • SULU
  • SURIGAO DEL NORTE
  • SURIGAO DEL SUR
  • TARLAC
  • TAWI-TAWI
  • ZAMBALES
  • ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
  • ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
  • ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY

City/Municipality

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CITY OF KIDAPAWAN

  • ALAMADA
  • ALEOSAN
  • ANTIPAS
  • ARAKAN
  • BANISILAN
  • CARMEN
  • CITY OF KIDAPAWAN
  • KABACAN
  • LIBUNGAN
  • M LANG
  • MAGPET
  • MAKILALA
  • MATALAM
  • MIDSAYAP
  • PIGKAWAYAN
  • PIKIT
  • PRESIDENT ROXAS
  • TULUNAN

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  • BAGUIO CITY
  • CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY
  • CITY OF ANTIPOLO
  • ILIGAN CITY
  • ILOILO CITY
  • LAPU-LAPU CITY (OPON)
  • MALOLOS CITY
  • SAN JOSE DEL MONTE CITY
  • ZAMBOANGA CITY
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DAVAO CITY, July 3 (PIA)– A total of 41 participants undergo a three-day mountain guide training for Mt. Apo in Kidapawan City, North Cotabato starting Tuesday up to July 4 at the Methodist Spotswood Training Center.

Joey Recimilla, tourism officer of Kidapawan City said the training is led by the Department of Natural Resources CENRO 4-B and Kidapawan City Tourism and Investment Promotion Center.

He said among the 41 participants, 11 belong to the indigenous peoples who qualify for the training.

Recimilla said the training covers courses from the overview of the tourism industry, current trends of culture of tourism and the history of Kidapawan.

He said participants are also given brief on the indigenous communities and cultures of people in Mt. Apo, appreciation of tribal culture of the Manobos, the flora and fauna of Mt. Apo.

Recimilla bared other public relations and technical knowhow being imparted to the participants like introduction to guest relations, reception and guiding techniques, effective customer service, work values formation, duties and responsibilities of a tour guide, first aid, basic life support, jungle survival, map and compass reading, basic mountaineering course, climb preparation, planning, camp management, equipment and usage, leave no trace principles, preparing tour itinerary and conducting tour commentary and sustainable tourism and ecology.

“The participants who will pass the training will be given full accreditation as certified local Mountain Guide of Mt. Apo. This training is part of the continuous capability training for the local industry players of the city,” he said.

Recimilla thanked the partners that provide technical support in the implementation of the project like the Department of Tourism, Philippine Red Cross, 57th Infantry Battalion, Naturalist Guide, National Commission on the Indigenous Peoples and the Mt. Apo Foundation Incorporated. (RGA/JSD/PIA-XI)

 

 
source: http://www.pia.gov.ph/news/index.php?article=2381372813812

 

KIDAPAWAN CITY – The Department of Agriculture’s (DA) office in Region 12 has announced that it will construct a waste-recycling plant that can produce organic fertilizers that local farmers can utilize.

Amalia Jayag-Datukan, regional DA director, turned over to Mayor Joseph Evangelista during a meeting at the mayor’s office on Tuesday a compiled project study on the viability of setting up the facility.

The waste-recycling plant is designed to produce organic foliar fertilizer that the city government can disperse to its farming constituents.

Evangelista said the facility will be constructed in Barangay Binoligan.

He said he is certain they can run the organic waste recycling plant well owing to the efficiency of the city government’s solid waste management program.

Datukan said organic foliar fertilizers are more economical and have no adverse effects on the environment. She said DA regional office will bankroll the construction of the facility.

Datukan also revealed that her office will construct this year a P5 million farm-to-market road that will connect a farming enclave in Barangay Sikitan to trading centers in surrounding barangays

source: http://www.philstar.com/nation/2013/07/10/963829/da-build-waste-recycling-plant-kidapawan

 

 


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