- OISCA to plant bamboos in Diadi
- CMP signs EO on waste management
- Best Performing MLGU in the 2018 Grand Ammungan Festival
- Famous Femush: Saniata ti Nueva Vizcaya 2018
- PLGU gives machineries to farmers
- Outstanding farmers and fisherfolk recognized
- Best booth goes to Aritao
- Province evaluated for national award
- NVAT holds assembly
- SP added vaping to no-smoking ordinance of Nueva Vizcaya
- BNS produce nutri-chips
- Regional nutrition team visits province
- PWD opens bakery
- PLGU, SN Aboitiz gives check to Abot-Palad
- Road safety summit proposed
- NV to receive P2.3M tobacco tax share
- Multi-purpose building to rise in Solano school
- Provincial Administrator’s Office declares winners of “Throwback” photo contest
- PIHO conducts TB caravan
- TESDA-NV conducts a 2-day enrollment and jobs bridging
Medical mission takes recess in Castañeda
The last leg of a series of Medical Mission in some municipalities was held at Alfonso Castañeda on February 9, bringing PLGU services to the people without going to the capital town of Bayombong.
The activity provided the usual services given in the past medical missions such as medical consultation, check-ups with free medicines, dental care, and circumcision. Blankets were distributed to senior citizens. Wheelchairs, canes and crutches were given to PWDs and senior citizens pre-evaluated by the PSWDO. The different barangays of Alfonso Castañeda and the host school received collapsible tents from the provincial government.
The San Francisco Lions Club International, through the Nueva Vizcaya Lions Club and the Provincial Government, had also brought its program on eye check-ups and donation of eyeglasses to recipients.
Governor Carlos M. Padilla, Vice Governor Epifanio LD. Galima Jr., and other officials also inspected the road network projects which was implemented during the term of former Governor Ruth R. Padilla.
“These road projects will connect you to Dupax del Sur. It may not be finished in a short period time but the important thing is, it has been started. And time will come, you will not pass through Nueva Ecija just to get to the Capitol,” Padilla said. #bg