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Loreto Padua, who graced the ceremony, also expressed her excitement of the completed sub-projects. KC-NCDDP National Program Manager Benilda Redaja encouraged the volunteers as well as the residents to be united in sustaining the said projects since those were implemented to aid their needs of basic social services.

The business operations of the laundry shop started after the inauguration while classes for the day care center started on June 9, In the barangay, there are household beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. KC-CDD Urban purposes to empower people, improve local governance, and reduce poverty, by way of implementing projects with the use of the CDD strategy. Meanwhile, the four other trainees were hired by the HMC Equipment site while the other two were employed at the nearby mining companies in Surigao del Sur.

The host company ensured that the trainees will not only be skilled persons but a highly-technical worker with positive work values and attitude which are among the factors to be considered in becoming a successful workforce both here and abroad. To make the celebration even more meaningful, the Department of Agrarian Reform DAR handed-over hectares of agricultural lands to new beneficiaries from Butuan City and the municipalities of Las Nieves and Santiago of Agusan del Norte.

Daylinda Narisma led the turn-over of the P3. The project is aimed at providing protection to agricultural, fishery and agro-forestry. Mambuay said that the agency will continue to provide the services due to every beneficiary. They conducted a room-to-room counseling with the patients in Agusan del Sur hospitals in order to introduce the AICS program to people who needs medical assistance on April Siong, a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary from barangay Fili, Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur was one of the patients who was admitted in New Bayugan Medical Hospital for a week due to unexplained weakness and loss of appetite.

The doctor advised her to stay in the hospital while she was still recovering from her health condition and so that she will be given proper medication. Siong insisted to go home despite the fact that she is still weak.

Siong received her hospital bill she was surprised upon seeing her standing balance amounting to 7, that needs to be settled though some of the amount has already been deducted through her Philhealth. As much as she wanted to go home that day, the money that she has is not enough to fully pay the remaining hospital bill. Siong and introduced to her the AICS.

She was elated knowing that additional help is right before her. She received outright cash assistance for her medical needs after being assessed by the social worker. Outright cash assistance is only limited not more than 3, It has been implemented by DSWD for decades, as part of its technical assistance and resource augmentation support to LGU and other partners.

The assistance provided by AICS may be in the form of transportation assistance, medical assistance, burial assistance, food and non-food assistance and educational assistance. A client can avail of the assistance only within 3 months.

No Conflict Spillover Statistics support this claim. From January to July, Caraga registered a crime volume 62 percent lower than the national average. Most of the cases were non-index crimes involving illegal gambling, logging, and drugs.

As for threats from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Fajura says the group could not gain ground in the region because of the presence of indigenous peoples.

The threat of a possible spillover of hostilities in the ARMM is also implausible as mountain ranges and the provinces of Misamis Oriental, Bukidnon, and Davao border the region, Fajura adds. Caraga is perched on the northeastern portion of Mindanao. High Unemployment But security is only one of the variables for development and, in the case of Caraga, is no assurance for development.

As investors continue to favor other regions, employment generation has been sluggish, and exports have been low with the exception of mineral commodities. The Regional Development Council has identified and registered with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority at least five economic zones in Caraga but, so far, there have been no interested locators.

Based on data, of the four major provinces, Agusan del Norte and Surigao del Norte hold the biggest share of investments. However, at the same time, these two provinces registered the biggest decrease in investment generation.

In all, there was a As of JanuaryCaraga had a high employment rate of Mismatched Jobs, Skills Mantilla says the resurgence of mining has perked up employment.

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But Pagaran does not share this rosy view. Also troubling is the disconnect between labor demand and supply. Residents could not take advantage of the high-paying employment opportunities in mining because of a shortage of skills.

For instance, the Platinum Groups Metals Corp. But then, non-Caraga residents usually fill up such vacancies, Pagaran says. The skills mismatch is not confined to technical jobs.

Call centers have launched job fairs but could not find right candidates for the job openings, Cochingco says. Mantilla says they are aware of the skills mismatch and the regional labor office has initiated tie-ups with local colleges and universities and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority to address the situation. Schools are now offering tourism courses and are encouraged to offer technical and vocational courses to meet the expected labor demand in local tourism and mining.

With the lack of employment opportunities, there is also little migration from other regions, which may be good in a way, as the limited resources of local government units are not spread thinly. Infrastructure Problems One major factor for the lukewarm investment interest in Caraga that emerged in our interviews was the lack of infrastructure and an efficient logistics system. Interested businessmen we interviewed also cited inadequate infrastructure as a major turn-off.

There are major public works projects, for sure, such as the completed P2. But within the region, provinces are still isolated from one other and from neighboring regions, hampering economic integration. There is also no major road network connecting the two provinces of Agusan to neighboring Bukidnon.

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A former member of the Regional Development Council RDC told Newsbreak that a proposal to link the Agusan provinces to Surigao del Sur was rejected by local officials there, fearing it could affect the port business in Surigao del Sur Caraga has two major ports: They felt that traders might transport their cargo to Nasipit port in Butuan, which is geographically nearer to Cebu and other provinces in the Visayas.

Aside from major road networks, the region also lacks farm-to-market roads, hampering the agri-business industry. Regional director for agriculture Ricardo Regis says this is being addressed.

In the RDP plan for Caraga, Surigao del Norte has been identified as the center for mining, tourism, and agri-fishery and Surigao del Sur for mining and agri-forestry. The answer is tentative, even doubtful, despite the promise of mining. Caraga was among the first regions to reembrace large-scale mining. It was as if it had rediscovered the antidote to poverty.

Historically, mining is second nature to Caraga. Mining has been good to them. To be sure, there are those opposed to mining operations but the objections are largely muted. Catholic bishops there, for instance, adopt a less critical view compared with their colleagues in other regions. People recall the time when the Nonoc nickel mining stopped operations in the s, rendering thousands jobless.

Decline in Investments Thus, when the SC gave the go-signal to mining, it was like infusing new blood to a dying region. In Surigao del Norte alone, it is estimated that 25, new jobs from related sectors like tourism and services were generated by the mining boom, says Cruje.