Capiz officials briefed on NEDA, RDC roles

NEDA-6 RD Ro-Ann Bacal (left) and Capiz Governor and RDC-6 Chairman Victor A. Tanco (right) sign the Memorandum of Agreement on “Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaption in Local Development Planning and Decision- making Processes" at the Governors Hall of Capiz Provicial Capitol, Roxas City, August 27. (CPPB photo)
ROXAS City – Top officials in Capiz gathered for the orientation on the mandate and functions of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and the Regional Development Council (RDC) at the Hall of Governors of the Capiz Provincial Capitol here August 27.

NEDA-6 regional director Ro-Ann Bacal led the discussion on the rationale and program overview implemented by NEDA and RDC and the roles of various government agencies partnered with NEDA.

Capiz Governor Vic Tanco and the same time Chairman of the Regional Development Council-Region 6 was also present in the event.

NEDA officials together with Gov. Tanco encourage local officials, representatives and department heads of government agencies to create some additional plans and proposal on more projects that the people will benefit most.

Other topics being discussed during the said event here are Strengthening of Provincial Land Used Program, Resources Mobilization, Official Development Assistance, Public- Private Partnership, Strengthening Local Project Monitoring Committee, Status of Major Programs and projects, strengthening of Provincial Statistics Coordination Committee and Importance of Data and Maps.

Also, a Memorandum of Agreement was signed by NEDA and the Capiz provincial government on the project "Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaption in Local Development Planning and Decision-making Processes (DRR/CCA Project)".(FroilanUnarce/CPPB)
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