BJMP’s Best Top Choice Award 2017

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J/INSP JOSE B BANGUG JR, San Mateo Municipal Jail Warden, receives the award for San Mateo Municipal Jail as 2017 Municipal Jail of the Year from PRESIDENT RODRIGO ROA DUTERTE

BJMP’S BEST TOP CHOICE AWARD 2017 was an award conferred to any unit within the bureau with outstanding team achievements in the operational and administrative areas of all districts, city and municipal jails nationwide with a two-pronged tasks of safekeeping and development of inmates. This resulted to measurable improvements in the employee’s morale and engagement within and among members of the unit, superior performance, significant operational improvements, or notable innovations of its vision and mission. Through the incessant support of HON. CRISPINA R. AGCAOILI,M.D. HON. ROBERTO C. AGCAOILI, the Sangguniang Bayan Members, Punong Barangays, NGOs and NGAs of same municipality, San Mateo, Isabela Municipal Jail was adjudged as 2017 BKMP’s Best Top Choice Awardee in the National Level.For this year’s 2017 BJMP’S BEST and in connection with the 26th BJMP Anniversary with the theme: “Sustinadong Paglilinis ng Bilangguan, Tungo sa Hamong Pagbabago sa Ating Lipunan”, San Mateo Municipal Jail BJMPRO-II was awarded a PLAQUE OF MERIT as MUNICIPAL JAIL OF THE YEAR coupled with Special Financial Assistance (SFA) of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 250,000.00) for its distinguished and extraordinary achievements that made the Bureau’s TOP CHOICE for Calendar Year 2017 under the leadership of J/INSP JOSE B BANGUG JR, Municipal Jail Warden. This was held at AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City on July 12, 2017, 2:30 PM with PRESIDENT RODRIGO ROA DUTERTE, as the honorable Guest.

LGU’s Techno Demo Farm Now Accredited

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The ocular inspection at the LGU’s Techno Demo Farm

The LGU's Techno Demo Farm having an area of 2.7 hectares is located at Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela. The cash prize of the LGU as a 3-time winner (2011-2013) in the Rice Achievers Award - LGU category was utilized in purchasing this farmland.

Said farm was planted with rice by its previous owner. In the first year of its acquisition by the LGU, it was also planted with rice and gradually converted into an integrated farm. The area planted with rice gradually decreased to have place for the corn, vegetables, banana, fruit-bearing trees and other structures such as vermi compost facility, greenhouse or nursery and a 100-capacity training center. For this purpose, the farm was enclosed through a fence with concrete posts. A 5000 sq.m. fish pond is currently being  constructed in the farm. Poultry and livestock pen will also be built in the said farm through a plan in the paper print that was collaboratively made and was consulted among the experts from PhilRice, Agricultural Training Institute and Department of Agriculture.

LGU Disperses Tilapia Fingerlings Along Magat River

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Dispersing of Tilapia fingerlings along the Magat River

The Local Government Unit of San Mateo has dispersed around 100,000 pieces of fingerlings from its funds along the Magat River to support its Aqua Culture Livelihood program for eleven (11) barangays along the Magat River. These barangays include Sinamar Sur, Sinamar Norte, Bella Luz, Estrella, Old Centro Proper, Old Centro I, Mapuroc, San Ignacio, Bagong Sikat, San Roque and Marasat Pequeño.

The LGU aimed to restore the fish resources of the Magat River in order to provide a source of livelihood to fish farmers, provide fish-protein source for food sufficiency and help minimize the shortage of fish in the region.

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