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Old May 20th, 2014, 12:32 PM   #101
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ARMM hires 1,358 new teachers; increased enrollment seen

By Charlie Señase and Liza Jocson
Inquirer Mindanao
4:10 pm | Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

ARMM Education Secretary Jamar Kulayan said the new teachers were hired on a permanent basis and would be deployed in Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Tawi-Tawi and Sulu.

Kulayan said Maguindanao got 505 of the 1,358 teachers who were newly hired.

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Old June 10th, 2014, 01:28 AM   #102
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The abandoned Provincial capitol

DepEd converting P120-M capitol building into school

by Ali G. Macabalang
June 9, 2014

Cotabato City – The P120-million Maguindanao provincial capitol building in the municipality of Shariff Aguak, which has been abandoned after the infamous 2009 massacre of 59 people in nearby Ampatuan town, will be used for the government’s senior high school program next year, Department of Education Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro disclosed.

Luistro said the legal and technical people of the DepEd, and the provincial government, were crafting a mechanism for the use of the capitol building by students of a senior high school program for Maguindanao starting June next year.


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Old July 2nd, 2014, 11:02 AM   #103
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How did your home city fair in generating their own income (Locally Sourced Income) versus their total Annual Regular Income (Locally Sourced Income + Internal Revenue Allotment) in 2013?

[Rank|City -- LSI (Share of LSI to ARI)|ARI]
1. Davao -- Php1,988,547,943 (43% of Php4,624,652,795)
2. Cagayan de Oro -- Php1,107,223,544 (54.1% of Php2,046,204,978)
3. Zamboanga -- Php477,110,058 (24% of Php1,987,949,968)
4. General Santos -- Php450,711,127 (34.7% of Php1,298,938,422)
5. Tagum -- Php442,198,865 (50.5% of Php876,489,044)
6. Butuan -- Php344,252,812 (30.8% of Php1,117,876,755)
7. Iligan -- Php343,848,773 (29.7% of Php1,157,460,995)
8. Pagadian -- Php226,916,131 (32.8% of Php691,384,852)
9. Dipolog -- Php203,049,007 (37% of Php548,548,689)
10. Panabo -- Php188,860,475 (32.4% of Php583,554,275)
11. Ozamis -- Php145,227,879 (29.4% of Php493,840,684)
12. Digos -- Php143,165,697 (26.8% of Php534,397,192)
13. Koronadal -- Php136,223,809 (25.7% of Php530,304,336)
14. Surigao -- Php124,968,775 (25.5% of Php489,465,035)
15. Cotabato -- Php112,743,815 (20% of Php564,329,144)
16. Kidapawan -- Php105,565,771 (20.9% of Php504,748,750)
17. Valencia -- Php99,678,673 (15.2% of 655,200,435)
18. Tacurong -- Php73,622,611 (21.2% of Php346,659,885)
19. Malaybalay -- Php68,913,650 (9.1% of Php761,084,890)
20. Mati -- Php63,850,673 (10.9% of Php588,293,697)
21. Gingoog -- Php60,265,501 (11.2% of Php538,765,325)
22. Island Garden City of Samal -- Php50,209,427 (12.7% of Php394,822,561)
23. Bislig -- Php44,384,132 (11% of Php401,825,848)
24. Cabadbaran -- Php43,883,682 (11.9% of Php368,508,452)
25. Tangub -- Php42,755,934 (14.7% of Php291,024,260)
26. Bayugan -- Php41,237,632 (7.4% of Php557,609,282)
27. Oroquieta -- Php35,099,812 (10.7% of Php328,209,986)
28. Tandag -- Php27,225,767 (8.4% of Php324,873,380)
29. El Salvador -- Php25,080,544 (10.7% of Php234,738,192)
30. Dapitan -- Php18,083,414 (4.7% of Php384,379,400)
31. Isabela -- Php17,405,632 (5.3% of Php330,105,216)
32. Marawi -- Php16,772,037 (4.7% of Php356,373,327)
33. Lamitan -- Php12,475,012 (4% of Php310,836,433)
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Old July 13th, 2014, 08:08 AM   #104
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River project seen to boost local tourism

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Cotabato City – Villagers living along the Tamontaka River on the border of this city and Maguindanao lauded the ongoing construction of an anti-erosion revetment structure, which they claim as a “big boost” to perennial flooding and local tourism development initiatives.

The revetment structure is visible from the Tamontaka Bridge, which links this city to Datu Odin Sinsuat town in Maguindanao, where the Awang Airport and the military’s Camp Siongco are located.

A panoramic multi-million-peso mosque, built about four years ago as a gift for Cotabato City by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, stands as a landmark along the downstream of the Tamontaka River. It is now a major tourist attraction.

The ongoing construction of the P40-million protective wall of the eastern bank of the river is funded by the office of Maguindanao 1st District Rep. Sandra Sema, whose jurisdiction also covers the 37 villages here.

The riverbank revetment is one of seven structural projects that are ongoing and designed to abate flooding problem in low-lying villages in this city and the nearby provinces of Maguindanao, North Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and even South Cotabato, according to the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA).

The six others include the P174.19-million Simuay Flood Control Project in Sultan Kudarat town, the P46-million Allah River flood control in Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat province, the P50 million and P74.5-million Libungan Flood Control Projects Phase III in Libungan, the P72.5-million Carmen River Bank Protection with Revetment Project in Lumayong, and the P15.2-million University of Southern Mindanao Flood Control Project Phase I in Kabacan. (Ali G. Macabalang)

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Old August 3rd, 2014, 05:36 AM   #105
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Mixed Muslim and Christian ladies perform a Moro dance to entertain guests and spectators during the recent inauguration of the refurbished executive building or ‘Malacañang’ of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao in Cotabato City, as Lanao del Sur Governor Mamintal Adiong Jr. (right, inset), and ARMM Governor Musjiv Hataman (left, inset) cut the ceremonial ribbon. (Ali G. Macabalang)

Malacañang’ renamed Office of Bangsamoro

by Ali G. Macabalang
August 2, 2014

Cotabato City – While the draft of an enabling law for its abolition takes time under a Presidential review, the hierarchy of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) moved one step ahead in the transition process by naming its fully refurbished executive building as “Office of the Bangsamoro People.”

Others may call it a propaganda, but ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman has asserted that their renaming of the Office of the Regional Governor (ORG) building – dubbed “Malacañang of the South” – fleshed out the intent for “inclusivity” of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front-Government of the Philippines peace process.


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