206 0 0 4 min to read

TIEZA encouraged the government to invest more in MisOr.

Misamis Oriental’s provincial government is welcoming the Tourism Infrastructure Economic Zone Authority (TIEZA) and encouraging it to invest more in the region.

Governor Yevgeny Vicente Emano said in an interview on Wednesday that further TIEZA investments, on top of existing tourism-related programs in the province, can help improve the tourism business.

“I believe the relevant legislation (in tourism and industry) are already in place; the application is what is needed,” he remarked.

TIEZA signed a contract with AJD Construction and Supply of Lanao del Norte for the construction of a PHP3 million Tourist Assistance Center in Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental, in 2020.

TIEZA placed the protected landscape and seascape ventures between the towns of Initao and Libertad, which cost PHP7.26 million, in its list of ongoing community-based projects in its 2021 accomplishment report.

Another is the PHP4.29 million Alibuag Spring development project in Barangay Tuka, Medina town.

On Wednesday, Emano made his comments during the 24th anniversary of the ill-fated Cebu Pacific 387 flight, during which a shrine was built at the crash site in Claveria, Misamis Oriental.

The shrine has been transformed into a tourist spot that is great for campers, with local shopkeepers selling their wares.

Program for the development of barangays

Meanwhile, on January 31, the provincial government agreed to allow the municipalities of Salay, Claveria, and Lagonglong to download cash from the Support to Barangay Development Program (SBDP) at the provincial headquarters.

SBDP funding will be given to recipient municipalities for distribution to beneficiary barangays, according to a memorandum of understanding signed.

Salay received PHP9.2 million, Claveria PHP4.12 million, and Lagonglong PHP2 million from the fund.

The SBDP is critical in launching non-infrastructure or livelihood initiatives that the barangays have designated as beneficial to their communities.

The agreement’s provisions, among other things, centered on giving livelihood support and aid to farmers, women, youth, and the education sector.

The livelihood projects were carefully designed and considered throughout the previous months’ Retooled Community Support Program of the Local and Interior Government.

QR Code

Save/Share this story with QR CODE


Disclaimer

This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute endorsement of any specific technologies or methodologies and financial advice or endorsement of any specific products or services.

πŸ“© Need to get in touch?

Feel free to Email Us for comments, suggestions, reviews, or anything else.


We appreciate your reading. 😊Simple Ways To Say Thanks & Support Us:
1.) ❀️GIVE A TIP. Send a small donation thru Paypal😊❀️
Your DONATION will be used to fund and maintain NEXTGENDAY.com
Subscribers in the Philippines can make donations to mobile number 0917 906 3081, thru GCash.
3.) πŸ›’ BUY or SIGN UP to our AFFILIATE PARTNERS.
4.) πŸ‘ Give this news article a THUMBS UP, and Leave a Comment (at Least Five Words).


AFFILIATE PARTNERS
LiveGood
World Class Nutritional Supplements - Buy Highest Quality Products, Purest Most Healthy Ingredients, Direct to your Door! Up to 90% OFF.
Join LiveGood Today - A company created to satisfy the world's most demanding leaders and entrepreneurs, with the best compensation plan today.


0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x