Philippine Good Regulatory Principles

The Administrative Order No. 03, series of 2020 requires all National Government Agencies (NGAs) covered by RA 11032 to promote and adopt the Philippine Good Regulatory Principles (PGRP) to achieve better regulations, advance process reforms, and eradicate overregulation. Philippine Good Regulatory Principles ver. 6

Retiring with contentment

A father’s pride of his family’s achievement through the years Seeing his family’s condition, Felipe Butron cannot help but blame himself for the failure. “Madalas kong nararamdaman na nagkulang ako bilang ama dahil kahit anong tiyaga ang gawin ko ay tila hindi ko na maiaahon pa sa lugmok na kahirapan ang pamilya ko,” shared Felipe, continue reading : Retiring with contentment

Learning to dream bigger

Dumagat-Remontado women chasing a goal for their community As mothers, 44 Dumagat-Remontado women from Brgy. Cuyambay in Tanay, Rizal only dreamt of having food on the table daily. “Kuntento na kami na makakain ng tatlong beses sa isang araw,” shared Ma. Cristina Mallabo, who added that most of them stayed at home and relied on continue reading : Learning to dream bigger

CALABARZON regional agencies strengthen commitment against hunger and poverty

Fourteen regional line agencies in the CALABARZON Region committed towards a strengthened partnership towards hunger mitigation and food security. In a ceremony last June 8 in Calamba City, Laguna, the agencies, through their respective regional directors and heads of offices, signed the Regional Memorandum of Understanding for the implementation of the Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger continue reading : CALABARZON regional agencies strengthen commitment against hunger and poverty