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He has posted once after the hack. Wonder where he went, he is the only one with Cebu info and pics.

anyways, those buildings are not bad.
 

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He has posted once after the hack. Wonder where he went, he is the only one with Cebu info and pics.

anyways, those buildings are not bad.
 

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Cebu, Naga win U.N. award
ABS-CBNNews.com
April 14, 2004

The United Nations Human Settlements Program (U.N.-Habitat) announced Wednesday that Cebu City and Naga City were among the three cities which won the “Award for Women-Friendly Cities 2004” in the First Contest of Gender Responsive Local Governments in Asia-Pacific. The other winner is Visakhapatnam City in India.

The contest, cosponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women (Unifem), identified three gender-responsive cities, which are currently implementing governance principles that support women-friendly city management.

This aims to build on the work of numerous ongoing initiatives within the Asia-Pacific region, which tackle the issues of gender inequality and the continuing lack of women’s participation in social, political and economic issues.

A total of 24 applications were received from eight countries in the Asia-Pacific region. A panel of international jurors reviewed and evaluated the applications based on the following criteria:

• Legislative commitments toward women-friendly cities (e.g., municipal codes, acts, etc.);

• Institutionalization of mechanisms where women’s views are being integrated as part of urban-governance system, which continuously contribute to policy recommendations toward women friendly cities;

• Systems for promoting affirmative actions for equal representations;

• Budgetary allocation for such activities; and

• Partnership with stakeholders, participation of women, innovation, sustainability, replicability and monitoring components.
 

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Cebu, Naga win U.N. award
ABS-CBNNews.com
April 14, 2004

The United Nations Human Settlements Program (U.N.-Habitat) announced Wednesday that Cebu City and Naga City were among the three cities which won the “Award for Women-Friendly Cities 2004” in the First Contest of Gender Responsive Local Governments in Asia-Pacific. The other winner is Visakhapatnam City in India.

The contest, cosponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women (Unifem), identified three gender-responsive cities, which are currently implementing governance principles that support women-friendly city management.

This aims to build on the work of numerous ongoing initiatives within the Asia-Pacific region, which tackle the issues of gender inequality and the continuing lack of women’s participation in social, political and economic issues.

A total of 24 applications were received from eight countries in the Asia-Pacific region. A panel of international jurors reviewed and evaluated the applications based on the following criteria:

• Legislative commitments toward women-friendly cities (e.g., municipal codes, acts, etc.);

• Institutionalization of mechanisms where women’s views are being integrated as part of urban-governance system, which continuously contribute to policy recommendations toward women friendly cities;

• Systems for promoting affirmative actions for equal representations;

• Budgetary allocation for such activities; and

• Partnership with stakeholders, participation of women, innovation, sustainability, replicability and monitoring components.
 

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A cebu image i got from getty images although i don't think you could recognize anything. hehe. ;)

 

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A cebu image i got from getty images although i don't think you could recognize anything. hehe. ;)

 
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