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NEDA MIMAROPA celebrates National Economic and Financial Literacy Week

In line with the celebration of the Economic and Financial Literacy Week, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) MIMAROPA conducted an economic forum on November 6, 2017 at the Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology (MinSCAT) audio visual room in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro. NEDA MIMAROPA gathered students and instructors from state universities and colleges and other private higher education institutions (HEIs) in the region. In her welcome remarks, OIC Assistant Regional Director Susan A. Sumbeling of NEDA […]

NEDA MIMAROPA conducts Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH) Inter-agency meeting

The NEDA MIMAROPA conducted the SRNH inter-agency meeting on November 3, 2017 at the NEDA MIMAROPA Regional Office in Calapan City. The meeting was attended by representatives from the following offices: DPWH Oriental 1st District and 2nd District Offices, Philippine Ports Authority – Port Management Office of Mindoro, Land Transportation Office – MIMAROPA, Philippine Coast Guard – Mindoro, Calapan City, Municipality of Roxas, Nautical Ports Management and Services, Inc., Starlite Ferries, Inc., Montenegro Shipping Lines, Inc., and FastCat-Archipelago Philippine Ferries […]

NEDA MIMAROPA conducts workshop to streamline industry roadmap in the Region

The MIMAROPA Regional Development Council (RDC) through the Economic Development Committee (EDC) conducted a workshop on the identification of priority commodities for MIMAROPA region at La Breza Hotel in Quezon City on November 3, 2017. Representatives from the different regional line agencies (RLAs), local government units (LGUs), and state universities and colleges (SUCs) participated in the workshop. The activity was intended to unify, streamline, and rationalize industry roadmaps in the region and to identify priority commodities for a concerted intervention […]

Drip water system: an innovative approach in the climate change adaptation of mine rehabilitation activities of coral bay nickel corporation

One of the problems that mining companies and mineral processing plants face is the rehabilitation of areas declared as mined out. As a result of longer dry seasons and less rainfall, there had been difficulties in successfully rehabilitating these disturbed areas. Take for example Coral Bay Nickel Corporation’s (CNBC) Togpon 2 area which has 2500 endemic trees planted to a hectare of land. The company employs regular flooding method which costs approximately P542,485.80 for three (3) months. Due to the […]

LGU Calapan banks on education and disaster-resilient infrastructures

The city of Calapan is headed towards economic upsurge as one of the emerging local economic in the region. This is evident in the massive infrastructure build up that is underway – such as construction of roads, evacuation centers and building among others – to complement its bid to become MIMAROPA’s premier center of investments and agro industry by 2026. The City College of Calapan, since its establishment in 2088, gradually emerges as one of the most dependable educational institutions […]

Bamboo zip bike: the newest attraction at Ugong Rock, Puerto Princesa

A bike with a frame made out of bamboo is now the newest attraction at Ugong Rock in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. The bamboo zip bike adventure allows thrill-seeking visitors to explore the breathtaking scenery in Ugong Rock using a bike made out of bamboo on a 250 meter long high-wire suspended at about 90 feet from the ground. The bamboo zip bike adventure is now one of the most popular activities in the city along with two more traditional […]