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The Regional Development Council (RDC), supports the decentralization policy of the government by coordinating socio-economic planning and development in the regions. The effectiveness with which it fullfills the role hinges on the smooth coordination and operations of the Council and its various Committees.
Nueva Vizcaya’s state-run resort earns more than P2M
Land Use Committee reviews core strategy in preparation for the National Physical Framework Plan
RDC 2 conducts Candidates Forum, local candidates face voters
Five local candidates in the Province of Cagayan bravely faced more than four hundred voters from government agencies, religious sector, media practitioners, and various universities to present ‘what they can offer’ and to answer some of the hottest issues in the province, during a Candidates Forum conducted on 29 April, 2013 at the Cagayan State University Amphitheater, CSU-St. Andrews Campus, Tuguegarao City.
NEDA conducts regional consultation on PDP updating and RM revalidation
More than a hundred stakeholders of the Cagayan Valley Region convened together to assess the country’s economy and identify the constraints and bottlenecks in the development process, as well as the necessary strategic interventions and structural reforms, during the Regional Consultation on the Updating of the Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016 and the revalidation of the PDP-Results Matrices led by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) on 24 April, 2013, at the Crown Pavilion, Tuguegarao City.
Region 2 technocrats muster for the updating of the Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016
With a respectable economic performance of the country both locally and globally, the President is looking ahead to sustain economic progress with the midterm updating of the Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016 and the revalidation of its companion document, the PDP-Results Matrices.
Regional Selection body cross-examine Region 02 modern Rizal finalists
Eight aspiring students are now being evaluated by the Regional Selection Body (RSB) to be the region’s candidates in the national search for a modern Rizal. Dubbed as “makabagong Rizal,” they must display the qualities of the national hero, show active involvement in the society, and exhibit commitment to the community/school/region’s goals.