Mayor Joy thanks PBBM for considering QC as model

Mayor Joy thanks PBBM for considering QC as model

December 13, 2022 @ 1:01 AM 2 months ago

QUEZON City Mayor Joy Belmonte was gratified by the statement directly from President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. who tagged the city as the model for the national government’s programs owing to its best practices and swift response to the recent price hike on basic commodities, among others.

“We have to thank siyempre ang ating mga LGU dahil sila talaga ang nag-take ng initiative nito and again to Mayor Joy Belmonte who was one of the first to put up Kadiwa, mabilis siyang nag-respond agad noong nagtataasan na ang presyo,” the President said.

Quezon City hall is one of at least 20 sites nationwide taking part in the flagship project of the Marcos administration, aimed at providing a market to the country’s local agriculture producers and giving the public access to affordable and quality products.

Of course, the mayor was thankful to the Chief Executive for having the city as part of the national government’s program.

“Lubos kaming nagagalak dito sa Lungsod Quezon dahil isa ang QC sa mga piling lungsod na kabahagi ng programang “Kadiwa ng Pasko” na pinangungunahan ng ating minamahal na Pangulo at ng Department of Agriculture. We will continue to regularly provide avenues for food producers to sell their goods directly to our QCitizens.”

She then assured the public that the local government will continue to find ways to offer cheap but quality food and non-food items amid rising prices of basic commodities.

Navotas gets more awards from DoH, DSWD

THE Department of Health and the Department of Social Welfare and Development had recognized the Navotas City government for its sustained programs on health and children care, Mayor John Rey Tiangco said.

The city government was bestowed with the award from DoH during its recent 2022 Hospital Star Awards wherein the Navotas City Hospital was recognized for being one of the top 15 Level 1 hospitals nationwide.

The health department granted the award in recognition of the efforts of the NCH to continuously improve the quality of its healthcare services and observe best practices and innovations through evidence-based approach, according to the mayor.

Navotas also gained recognition as the Top 3 in Nutritional Status and Best in Good Practices for its successful implementation of DSWD’s 11th Cycle Supplementary Feeding Program.

Under the program, the City Social Welfare and Development Office provided supplementary food to children enrolled in child development centers to help improve and sustain their nutritional status.