The BNEO Year End Assessment and Evaluation conducted on January 15, 2019 was well attended and graced by no less than RD Anthony C. Nuyda. He said the BNEO training must create an impact on barangay officials that is translated to a much improved barangay governance.
DILG Region 5 welcomed Atty. Anthony C. Nuyda as its new regional director on December 17, 2018. He is a full-blooded Bicolano, born and raised in Camalig, Albay. He was regional director of DILG R6 prior to his assumption to DILG R5.
For the second time, Barangay Umabay Exterior, Mobo, Masbate representing Bicol Region made it again as they bagged last year’s National LTIA 2nd Runner Up now the most coveted posts 2018 Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Awards (LTIA) National Winner under the 4th-6th Class category. Barangay Umabay Exterior received a Trophy and P300, 000.00 worth of cheques continue reading : Barangay Umabay Exterior Mobo, Masbate of Region V adjudged as LTIA National Champ
The three-day capacity development seminar for the newly-elected barangay officials kicked off in the Province of Sorsogon on 1 August 2018 with Donsol as the pilot municipality. The Barangay Newly-Elected Officials (BNEO) for Grassroots Renewal And Empowerment For Accountable And Transparent (GREAT) Barangays Program is designed to prepare to the new sets of barangay officers continue reading : DILG Sorsogon Conducts the BNEO Training-Seminar in the Province of Sorsogon
DILG Region 5 is encouraging all barangays to conduct the “Barangay Assembly” for the second semester of CY 2018. Reference : Memorandum Circular No. 2018-151 : CONDUCT OF BARANGAY ASSEMBLY FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER OF CY 2018
The DILG V in partnership with the UNDP spearhead the conduct of a focused group discussion (FGD) between and among national government agencies on fiscal viability of the proposed regional governments. The activity was held at Venezia Hotel, Legazpi City on May 2-4, 2018. The FGD was facilitated by the consultants of the UNDP, namely continue reading : FGD on Fiscal Federalism and Economic Viability of Proposed Regional Governments