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    Tiwi Albay Website : Refer : Review It
    The place was first called Tigbi, a plant which and vigorously growing on the alluvial slope brought by volcanic deposits

    Updated: 08/02/2009

    The Home of the Ati-Atihan Town of Kalibo Website : Refer : Review It
    The Ati-atihan Town of Kalibo is the heart of the Province of Aklan. It is particularly located at the center of all coastal municipalities of the province where the big Aklan River has its mouth, a place balance in its people’s way of life, a culture enriched with harmonious diversity that developed in its people’s distinct warmth and hospitality. Being the capital town of Aklan, it is the center of political, social, economic and religious activity. Hence, this municipality is the central point of the province’s tourism activities aside from the island of Boracay, as the prime tourist drawer of the province of Aklan. Composed of 16 barangays, Kalibo has a land area of 5,075 hectares or 50.75 square kilometers topographically situated in low-lying plain areas

    Updated: 06/02/2009

    San Manuel Pangasinan Website : Refer : Review It
    The site proved that the best product of San Manuel is its people. This site gives its people opportunities without boundaries.

    Updated: 06/02/2009

    PNP Calabarzon Website : Refer : Review It
    The site is aimed to bridge offices, agencies and the general public for research, data and information-gathering covering the entire CALABARZON region.

    Updated: 06/02/2009

    Pinoy Weekly Website : Refer : Review It
    This website speaks for the whole nation. It shows the news and culture here in the Philippines

    Updated: 06/02/2009

    Regional Development Council of Cordillera Website : Refer : Review It
    This RDC-CAR website on Regional Development and Autonomy is one of the key projects funded under the CY 2007 appropriations. It aims to inform the general public of RDC-CAR matters as well as essential information on CAR’s thrusts and recent developments on Regional Autonomy. It also attempts to serve as a reliable source of information on Cordillera's quest for Autonomy.

    Updated: 05/02/2009

    Municipality of Malasiqui Website : Refer : Review It
    Endowed with a rich historical background since 1671, or exactly three hundred thirty five hundred years since its creation as a municipality,MALASIQUI has evolved into one of the fastest growing commercial venues for economic growth in Central Pangasinan in the 21th century. Malasiqui is envisioned to be to be a peaceful, progressive, self reliant, globally competitive and a premier agro-industrial city by the year 2014 through good governance, active people’s participation, social justice and God fearing citizenry. Ultimate mission is “IMPROVEMENT OF LIFE” for all citizens of Malasiqui.

    Updated: 04/02/2009

    Municipality of La Trinidad Website : Refer : Review It
    La Trinidad is a 1st class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. It is the capital municipality of Benguet.. It has a population of 67,963 people in 13,658 households. Spanish explorers led by Don M. Quirante discovered the valley in 1624. Its name La Trinidad is the namesake of her discoverer, Don Q.M. Quirante’s beloved and beautiful wife. Geography and climate La Trinidad is located 3 kms north of Baguio City and is 256 kms north of Manila. It is bounded on the north by the municipality of Tublay, on the south by Baguio, and on the west by Sablan and Tuba. It has a land area of 8273.80 hectares, representing 3.16% of the provincial land area. The terrain is generally mountainous with springs, rivers and creeks. La Trinidad's valley floor elevation is at 1300 meters above sea level. Elevation ranges from 500 to 1700 meters above sea level. La Trinidad belongs under the Type I climate by the Coronas System of classification with distinct wet and dry seasons. The dry season is from November to April while the wet season occurs during the rest of the year. The climate is cool with temperatures ranging from 11.7 C during the month of December at its coldest and 23.2 C at its warmest during the months of March, April and May. The average daily temperature is 18.55 C. Wind velocity is 1.43. During the rainest month of August, the rainfall average is 850.70 mm.

    Updated: 04/02/2009

    Umingan Official Website Website : Refer : Review It
    Located smugly of the foot of Caraballo Mountains it lays at the East-South Eastern most part of Pangasinan. It borders the town of Lupao on the east and the town of Cuyapo on the south. Both bordering towns are in the province of Nueva Ecija. Umingan is also bordered in the north by the town of San Quintin and by the town of Balungao on the west.

    Updated: 04/02/2009

    Center for Budget Legislation Website : Refer : Review It
    The Center Mabuhay! Welcome to the Philippine Center for National Budget Legislation. Only here can you meet, and commune with, parties that aim to develop and reform the country�s budget. Only here can you access a trove on subjects related to the budget, the economy, deficit and debt. The Center obtained its registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 18, 2008.

    Updated: 03/02/2009

    Sta Catalina Website : Refer : Review It
    When the conquistador Juan de Salcedo travelled inland, he also was looking for fresh water, since the area where he landed yielded only salty water. When they finally found fresh water, one of his men saw an apparition of Saint Catherine of Alexandria near the place where he drank. He reported this to Salcedo, and named the place Santa Catalina. A replica of the cross once planted by Salcedo and his party--to signify that the Spanish has conquered the area--stands near the entrance to the municipality.

    Updated: 03/02/2009

    Camalig Website : Refer : Review It
    The Municipality of Camalig is located at the Southern part of Mayon Volcano bounded by the towns of Daraga on the East; Guinobatan on the West; and Jovellar on the South. The town has fifty barangays with seven classified as urban and forty three are rural. It has total land area of 13, 088 hectares. As of 2005, Camalig has a total population of 60, 910 with 12, 766. Locals widely speak Camalignon, a Bicol sub-dialect. They can also ably speak the Bicol dialect, Tagalog and English. The town’s major industries include: agriculture, handicraft (gifts and housewares, home furnishings), processed food with the famous “pinangat”, cement manufacturing, agribusiness – coco coir processing, dairy and garments.

    Updated: 03/02/2009

    Philippine National Police Region VIII Website : Refer : Review It
    The Camp is hoisted upon a shoulder hill at Brgy. Campetic, Palo, Leyte and is directionally facing East-South-East. Initially, the Camp was conceived purposely to be occupied by the Headquarters of the Leyte Philippine Constabulary/Integrated National Police (PC/INP) Command. In fact, when the Cornerstone was laid by the Commander-in-Chief, President Ferdinand E Marcos, on July 2, 1974, it was named “Camp Daniel Z. Romualdez”, in honor of the late Congressman. Later on, the camp was renamed “Camp September 21st Movement” in commemoration of the Proclamation of Martial Law in the country and the birth of the New Society, pursuant to General Order Number 385 of the Department of National Defense, General Headquarters, AFP dated June 7, 1977. The actual construction of the camp was realized when His Excellency, President Ferdinand E. Marcos issued a Letter of Instruction Number 375 dated February 27, 1974. The construction was done during the incumbency of the Honorable Juan Ponce Enrile, who was then the Minister of Defense and Major General Fidel V Ramos, who was then the Chief of the Philippine Constabulary

    Updated: 03/02/2009

    E-Extension for Agriculture and Fisheries Website : Refer : Review It
    The electronic delivery of extension service is a network of institutions that provide a more efficient alternative to a traditional extension system for agriculture, fisheries and natural resources sectors. It maximizes the use of information and communication technology to attain a modernized agriculture and fisheries sector. It focuses on creating an electronic and interactive bridge where farmers, fishers and other stakeholders meet and transact to enhance productivity, profitability and global competitiveness.

    Updated: 03/02/2009

    Municipality of Bacacay Website : Refer : Review It
    To promote economic, growth and social well being of the people through the delivery of quality basic services, peace and public safety, sustainable resource generation and utilization, agribusiness and eco-tourism program.

    Updated: 03/02/2009

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