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Old February 6th, 2013, 03:09 PM   #261
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Old February 7th, 2013, 08:36 PM   #263
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Cash-for-work starts on destroyed farms in Davao Oriental

Cash-for-work starts on destroyed farms in Davao Oriental

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CATEEL, Davao Oriental—The provincial government of Davao Oriental and the World Food Program (WFP) on Thursday started briefing farmers on the cash-for-work program with an initial target of 800 hectares of rice lands in Cateel, Baganga and Boston municipalities.
Under the program, a farmer could work for 10 days on 1 hectare of rice farm and get P226 per day, or 75 percent of the authorized minimum daily wage set by the Regional Tripartite Wage Regulatory Board, said Sharon Andrea Lumpias, Cash and Voucher Officer of WFP.

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The UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, through its Food, Shelter and Livelihood cluster, has identified the cash-for-work activities, particularly the restoration of agriculture-based livelihood as one of the immediate ways to ensure adequate food consumption and income support to allow people to move on to the recovery phase.
As of Jan. 31, the total area damaged by Pablo is 95,823 ha, with Compostela Valley having the biggest area destroyed or damaged at 51,773 ha, Davao Oriental with 17,700 ha and Davao del Norte, 26,350 ha. Ayan C.
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Bale saang bayan itong sign na to? Caraga po ba?
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Old February 8th, 2013, 07:01 AM   #266
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approaching the town of Cateel coming from the Municipality of Compostela in Comval Province...

this is in Cateel, unahan ani going to Compostela makita ang Aliwagwag Falls
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Old February 8th, 2013, 09:31 AM   #268
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Ah, i see... Thanks!
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approaching the town of Cateel coming from the Municipality of Compostela in Comval Province...

this is in Cateel, unahan ani going to Compostela makita ang Aliwagwag Falls
Hi there Ibex. Is the road to Cateel from Compostela town paved? Thanks in advance for your reply.
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approaching the town of Cateel coming from the Municipality of Compostela in Comval Province...

this is in Cateel, unahan ani going to Compostela makita ang Aliwagwag Falls

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Coal Asia moves Davao site production to earlier date

Coal Asia moves Davao site production to earlier date

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OAL Asia Holdings Inc., which claims to hold the license to mine the country’s second-largest coal reserves, announced that the company is accelerating commercial production in its Davao Oriental mine site to October this year to fully utilize the proceeds from its previous capital buildup exercise.

The company earlier said its subsidiary Titan Mining and Energy Corp. (TMEC), will start commercial production in its Davao Oriental facility by 2014 and in the Zamboanga Sibugay mine by 2015.
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http://www.coalasiaholdings.com/

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COAL ASIA HOLDINGS has recently acquired Titan Mining and Energy Corporation (TMEC) which owns 13,000-hectares of coal resources in Davao Oriental and Zamboanga Sibugay. It has established over 120,000,000 MT of coal resources to date and has the country's second largest coal reserves. Through on-going exploration work and drilling programs, the resources and reserves is likely to go over 200,000,000 MT. An independent report dated May 8, 2012 values the Company's current coal and energy assets at approximately P12.5B or USD300M. This report was done by Multinational Investment Bancorporation (MIB).

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Old February 20th, 2013, 12:05 PM   #273
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Old February 20th, 2013, 05:37 PM   #274
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Davao Oriental steps up debris clearing, turns fallen coconut trees for livelihood



DAVAO CITY, Feb. 24 -- In a bid to fast-track debris clearing in areas affected by Typhoon Pablo, nearly six million damaged coconut trees in Davao Oriental will be utilized as coco lumber, construction materials, handicraft and furniture.

This is a move also seen to accelerate rehabilitation and provide livelihood opportunities for 21,000 affected families, a statement from the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) said.

“The damaged coconut trees hamper our relief and rehabilitation efforts,” said Davao Oriental Governor Corazon Malanyaon, while explaining that the damaged trees also pose as safety hazards, which limit mobility of people, goods and services within the province.

Malanyaon announced the plan during a recent inter-agency meeting convened by the MinDA and attended by agencies tapped to support efforts to handle the removal, cutting, and utilization of coconut trunks into value-added products.

The governor stressed that such move is part of the province’s rehabilitation framework dubbed as “Building Back Better” or BBB as it transitions its relief and recovery efforts into reconstruction and development. MinDA, in coordination with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is providing technical support to the provincial government in the implementation of the rehabilitation program.

"Rehabilitation and reconstruction of Pablo-stricken areas require integration of all efforts to optimize use of available resources," said MinDA Chair Luwalhati Antonino, adding that “the government is doing all efforts to help typhoon victims get back to normal.”

More than 16,000 hectares of coconut farms in Davao Oriental were severely damaged by Typhoon Pablo, while more than 42,000 hectares were moderately damaged. A total of 84,476 hectares of coconut farms or approximately six million coconut trees were damaged during the typhoon.

The governor said that if left unattended, the damaged coconut trees will decompose in three months and will become home to coconut beetles, potential pests to the province’s remaining coconut farms and other agricultural products.

Malanyaon explained that even if the provincial government had completed its debris clearing operations, it does not have the authority to cut damaged coconut trees that withstood the typhoon.

The Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA), the sole government agency mandated to cut the still-standing but damaged coconut trees, was reported to have already cleared 29,710 trees or 614,824 board feet of coconut lumber. The PCA distributed 40 units of chainsaw when clearing operations commenced in the municipalities of Baganga, Cateel, Boston, and Caraga.

“We badly need more units of chainsaw to completely remove the remaining coconut trunks,” said Freddie Bendulo, Davao Oriental Planning Coordinator.

He added that of the nearly six million coconut trees damaged by the typhoon, about 500,000 trees would be used in the construction of the 15,000 housing units for the typhoon victims.

“We welcome the creation of government clusters that will provide support in accelerating our clearing operations,” said Bendulo.

Government agency clusters were formed to provide support to Davao Oriental’s clearing and rehabilitation efforts. The first cluster, composed of PCA, and the Departments of Public Works and Highway, Social Welfare Development (DSWD), and Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will handle the collection, cutting, and hauling of the coconut lumber.

The second cluster, comprised of PCA, Departments of Agriculture, Trade and Industry, Technical Education and Skills Development, Science and Technology (DOST), DENR, Labor and Employment, and Tourism will initiate processing and enterprise development of damaged coconut trees into coco lumber and other value-added products. The PCA committed to handle the warehousing of the processed coco lumber.

DOST-Forest Products Research and Development Institute also announced that it will establish a wood processing plant in the province, while DTI will work in linking the affected coconut growers with coco lumber retailers in coming up with enterprise development plans.

Other agencies present at the inter-agency meeting include the Department of Interior and Local Government, Office of Civil Defense, Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board, DA- Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, National Economic Development Authority, Department of Health, National Irrigation Administration, DENR-Environment Management Bureau, Department of Education as well official from the World Food Programme, United Nations Children’s Fund and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) who pledged various type of assistance. (MinDA/PIA-Caraga)


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musta na ang davao oriental?
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Old March 12th, 2013, 05:11 AM   #277
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Some of the country’s fine beaches can be found in the coastal waters of Davao Gulf, which has an area of 308,000 hectares that cuts into the island of Mindanao from the Celebes Sea. It is surrounded by all four provinces in the Davao Region.

The largest island in the gulf is Samal Island. Davao City, on the gulf’s west coast, has the largest and busiest port on the gulf. Davao Gulf is surrounded by seven cities namely: Davao, Tagum, Panabo, Samal, Digos, Panabo, and Mati.
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Walking on barefoot on its white sand is a pleasure. Its serene and tranquil shores make it a great escape from strenuous busy life. Its old fashioned way of beach lounging made it become more relaxing and comforting. No parties, not crowded, just simple beach life. It is located about 15-minute ride from the heart of the city.
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