By: JANET VILLAROJO
THE CHATTO-LIM ADMINISTRATION’S indomitable reputation in making good things happen in Bohol not only has carved a name for itself. It has also attracted the attention of world-class investors who are always on the lookout, not only . . . → Read More: INVESTORS HOVER, READY TO SWARM BOHOL
Stakeholders and investors affirmed viability of the Bohol Bulk Water and Sanitation Project.
This was revealed in an interim report to Gov. Edgar Chatto on the feasibility study being conducted by project consultant Engineering and Development Corporation of . . . → Read More: INVESTORS EYE SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY FOR BOHOL DURING FORUM
By Ven Rebo Arigo
Keen investors, including foreign and multi-national, have been attracted to Bohol’s clear and aggressive energy development plan that in long term will address a major suppressant of growth—unreliable or lack of power.
The grand plan . . . → Read More: Bohol energy vision magnetizes investors
U.S. Ambassador H.E. Philip S. Goldberg visited the Province of Bohol on February 5, 2015 for the Signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) of Cities Development Initiative (CDI) with the City of Tagbilaran. The “Memorandum of Understanding launches the Cities . . . → Read More: U.S. Ambassador Philip Goldberg visits Bohol on February 5, 2015
The Bohol Provincial Development Council (PDC) Executive Committee held its first meeting for the year 2015 last 14th of January at the Bohol Tropics Resort, Tagbilaran City. Led by Governor Edgar M. Chatto, all national government agencies (NGA) stationed in . . . → Read More: BOHOL PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL TRAILBLAZES IN GATHERING NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
(Reported by Janet Villarojo of EDCom Bohol) http://edcom.bohol.gov.ph/pdc-approves-pushes-for-nias-2-srips
TUESDAY’S MEETING of the Provincial Development Council (PDC) saw the en masse motion for the approval of the National Irrigation Administration’s (NIA) proposal for two Small Reservoir Irrigation Projects (SRIPs) in Bohol.
. . . → Read More: PDC approves, pushes for NIA’s 2 SRIPs
Australia’s leading university has chosen Bohol as one of the recipients of the project “Capacity Strengthening of Five (5) Provincial Governments and State Universities in Integrating Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the Philippines”. The other . . . → Read More: Australian National University strengthens DRR-CCA capacity of Bohol