Welcome to the website of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Region 8! This is our virtual participation in the “Biyaheng Pinoy: Tapat na Palakad, Bayang Maunlad,” the program celebrating the 20th anniversary of local autonomy.
Aside from getting information about local governments in Eastern Visayas, you can find relevant dat
a about our programs and services.
In line with Secretary Jesse Robredo’s call for more transparency, accountability and performance, we are posting our budget, status of funds and other related information. LGUs may also submit soft copies of pertinent financial documents for posting to comply with the Full Disclosure Policy.
Aware that much information on local governance has been uploaded in the web, we have provided convenient links to our main DILG office, Office of the President, Local Government Academy and other places that may interest you.
As you browse through this website, feel free to send in your questions and suggestions so we could further develop our offerings, and help make our frontline services more user-friendly.
We hope you will join us in making our institutions and processes work to achieve real development in the communities.
In the way that the people in Leyte, Samar and Biliran welcome their guests, we say, “Uswag!” (Welcome!).
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A D V I S O R Y
re DOH Updates on 2019 Novel Corona Virus Acute Respiratory Disease (2019-nCoV ARD)
February 03, 2020
To keep the public abreast with accurate, relevant and updated information, and to facilitate dissemination of official 2019-11COV ARD information materials and health advisories,
all Local Government Units are encouraged to access the official website at https://www.doh.gov.ph/2019-nCoV of the Department of Health (DOH),
the lead government agency in protecting the Filipinos from various diseases, in close coordination with the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Further, Local Chief Executives are advised to inform their constituents to access the said official website for guidance and refrain spreading unofficial information or fake news to avoid confusion and public panic.
All DILG Regional Directors and the BARMM Minister of Local Government are directed to cause the widest dissemination of this Advisory.
For the information and guidance of all concerned.
Marivel C. Sacendoncillo, CESO III
Undersecretary for Local Governance
DILG to LGUs: Prepare for Ursula to ensure a safe Christmas
December 23, 2019
Mindful that people may be distracted by the holiday season, the Department of the Interior and Local Government reminded local government units to initiate Operation Listo protocols in view of the approaching Tropical Storm Ursula (International name: Phanphone) that is expected to make landfall in Eastern Visayas on the day before Christmas or on the day itself.
“Governors, Mayors and Punong Barangays have to be in their areas of responsibility and should start actions pursuant to Listong Pamahalaang Lokal such as convening the local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (DRRMC), activating the Operations Center, prepositioning relief and response, informing residents, preparing evacuation centers and holding preemptive evacuations, especially in hazard-prone areas,” said Regional Director Artemio B. Caneja. He added, “Make sure that the families remain safe and whole during and after Christmas”.
PAGASA in its December 23, 2019 11:00 AM forecast, said that the center of Tropical Storm "URSULA" was estimated at 790 km East Northeast of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur or 870 km East of Surigao City, Surigao del Norte (09.7 °N, 133.4 °E ) with maximum winds of 65 kilometers per hour (KPH) and gustiness of 80 KPH.
"URSULA" is forecast to gradually intensify to at most Severe Tropical Storm category prior to landfall over Eastern Visayas tomorrow (24 December) afternoon or evening. Between tomorrow and Wednesday (25 December) morning: moderate to heavy rains are expected over Dinagat Islands, Siargao and Bucas Grande Islands, Eastern Visayas, Sorsogon, Masbate, Romblon, Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Iloilo, Guimaras, and the northern portions of Cebu and Negros Occidental.
“Ursula” is moving west northwest at 30 KPH and is expected by 11:00 AM December 24, 2019 to be at 260 km East of Guiuan, Eastern Samar(10.7°N, 128.1°E) and on December 25, 2019 11:00 AM at 45 km West Northwest of Roxas City, Capiz(11.8°N, 122.4°E)
Strong winds associated with this Tropical Storm may begin to affect Eastern Visayas and northeastern Mindanao tomorrow morning; southern portion of Bicol Region and some portions of Central Visayas tomorrow afternoon. This may bring light damage to medium to high-risk structures.
Residents in these areas are advised to take appropriate measures to reduce the potential impact of flooding and rain-induced landslides, especially in areas identified to be highly to very highly susceptible to these hazards.
On the other hand, Regional Director Caneja called on DILG Field Officers to assist Local Chief Executives and report LGU actions following the required office procedures.
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MYLES JOSEPH E. COLASITO ARTEMIO B. CANEJA, CESO V
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BFP: 2019 June 07_Final List of Fire Officer 1 Applicants who passed the Physical Agility Test (PAT) and will proceed to next stage of Recruitment & Selection Process which is the Psychological Examination
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DILG urges LCEs to create Local Governance Transition Team
May 21, 2019
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) through Director Artemio B. Caneja urged the Local Chief Executives (LCEs) in Eastern Visayas especially those outgoing officials to initiate the creation of the Local Governance Transition Team.
RD Caneja revealed that it is imperative to prepare for an effective turnover of responsibility as part of ensuring continuity in local governance, as enunciated by Secretary Eduardo Año.
Pursuant to Memorandum Circular 2019-39, the team is responsible in conducting an inventory of the properties of their respective LGUs. These include the immovable properties such as the land, buildings, infrastructure facilities and its improvements, and machineries made immovable as well as the movable properties like the vehicles, office equipment, furniture, fixtures, and office supply stocks, among others.
Dir. Caneja said all official documents and/or records of LGU official transactions such as, but not limited to, Governance Assessment Report (CY 2018) and Commission on Audit Report (CY 2018) should be gathered, secured, and preserved by the newly elected and reelected officials.
Furthermore, the officials are directed to conduct turnover of accountabilities using the prescribed forms. They should as well organize a turnover ceremony that will include briefing on the Governance Assessment Report and key challenges to incoming set of officials to ensure a smooth local governance transition.
The DILG8 chief likewise encouraged them to accomplish and submit the Elective Local Official Personal Data Sheet (ELOPDS) not later than July 8 to their respective Human Resource Management Offices, Sanggunian, and DILG city/municipal office.
The newly elected and reelected officials will also undergo the Program for Newly-Elected Officials (NEO) led by the Local Government Academy (LGA) which will train them on how to become effective leaders.
The NEO Program has five major components which shall be open to all elected local officials. The five components of the program are: (1) Ensuring Smooth Transition; (2) Jumpstarting Local Governance; (3) Creating the Roadmap for LGU Development; (4) Sharpening the Competencies of NEOs and Functionalities; and (5) LGU Performance Management.
HARTLEY JAMES A. TEVES
MYLES JOSEPH E. COLASITO
VALENTE P. BAJET, CESO V
OIC-Assistant Regional Director
March 22, 2019
Tanauan National High School in Tanauan, Leyte bested 13 other schools in the Secondary level category, while Leyte Normal University bested three other teams in the College Level category of the Slogan and Poster-Making contest on the World Water Day on March 22, 2019 held at the DILG Leyte Conference Room in Tacloban City.
The contest sponsored by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) aimed to bring to the fore the issues of conservation of the bodies of water and other water sources, as part of the 6th Sustainable Development Goal of Clean Water and Sanitation.
DILG-8 Regional Director Artemio B. Caneja who presented the prizes and welcomed the participants, urged them to share with those in their sphere of influence about how each could help conserve oceans, rivers, lakes and other sources of water.
Meanwhile separate teams from Eastern Visayas State University (EVSU) gained 2nd Prize honors at Secondary and College levels. A team from St. Therese Educational Foundation of Tacloban Incorporated (STEFTI) garnered Third Prize for Secondary level, while for the College Level, St. Paul School of Professional Studies (SPSPS) in Palo, Leyte took third Prize.
The top three winners in each category received P7,000 as 1st Prize, 5,000 as 2nd Prize, and P3,000 as 3rd Prize aside from Certificates of Recognition. All other competing teams received P1,000 as Consolation Prize as well as Certificates of Participation. Serving as members of the board of Judges were Messrs Dante Enage, Clint Gonzales and Glenn Albert Aseo.
Other teams which joined the 2019 World Water Day contest included (for the Secondary Category) Dulag National High School, Leyte Colleges, Leyte National High School, SPSPS, Tolosa National High School, LNU Integrated Laboratory School, Philippine Science High School, Alang-alang National High School, Sta. Fe National High School, Palo National High School, and AMA Computer College of Tacloban City. The College Level contest was joined by LNU, SPSPS and two teams from EVSU.
This year’s World Water Day in our country had the theme, “Hawak-Kamay, Tubig-Kaagapay” with the hashtag, #SaTubigWalangIwanan. The contest was organized by the DILG-8 Project Development Management Unit headed by Engr. Ofelia Pido and its Communication Officer Arvia Denalo. ###
Myles Joseph E. Colasito
LGOO V/Regional Information Officer-designate
March 18, 2019
DILG TO HOLD SLOGAN AND POSTER-MAKING CONTESTS FOR WORLD WATER DAY
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Region 8 invites interested teams from High School and College Levels to join its On-the-Spot Slogan and Poster-Making Contest to celebrate World Water Day on March 22, 2019. The activity to be held at 1:00 PM on March 22, 2019 at the DILG-8 Regional Office, Kanhuraw Hill, Tacloban City is open to the first ten(10) teams of two members for each category, said DILG-8 OIC Regional Director Artemio B. Caneja. “This year’s celebration is made doubly more significant with the El Niño phenomenon threatening large parts of our country,” said RD Caneja. Participating teams must illustrate this year’s World Water Day theme, “Hawak Kamay, Tubig Kaagapay” with an accompanying slogan. The slogan may be in English, Filipino or Waray. DILG Region 8 will provide the illustration board. Other materials should be provided by the participating team.
They may use any of the following materials:
Oil Pastel, Crayons, Acrylic, Cray pas, water color, ink oil, or Markers.
Prizes for each category shall be as follows:
1st Prize: P7,000; 2nd Prize: P5,000; 3rd Prize: P3,000; and Consolation Prize – P1,000.
Entries will be judged on the following criteria:
Originality: 25%; Creativity: 25%; Relevance to the theme: 20% and Visual impact: 30%.
MYLES JOSEPH E. COLASITO
VALENTE P. BAJET
OIC-Assistant Regional Director
ARTEMIO B. CANEJA
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