Issue of September 8, 2019
Mt. Province
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DepEd opens bidding for CARAA hosting
by Georaloy I. Palao-ay

The hosting rights for the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association (Caraa) Meet for the next three years is up for grabs.

The Department of Education-Cordillera is now accepting bidders for the hosting of the biggest annual regional sports competition for 2020, 2021, and 2022.

The early identification of hosts will ensure well prepared sports facilities, billeting schools, as well as athletes and coaches, according to DepEd officials.

DepEd Regional Director May B. Eclar said that this will allow would-be hosts to have ample time to prepare standard sports facilities as well as enough billeting centers for student-athletes.

“Also, our local government units whether from the barangay level up to the provincial level will be able to gauge their budget allotments relative to sports development and participation to competitions such as the Caraa for the next three years,” she added.

Regional Sports Coordinator Agustin B. Gumuwang said that the bidders should first consider their sports facilities that include a rubberized track oval that is accessible and free for the public.

The DepEd officials hope that the provision of sports facilities by the LGUs that are at par with international standards for both competitions and trainings will redound to the discovery and development of outstanding Cordilleran athletes.

“With the best sports facilities, we can train and be more competitive in our engagements in different sports competitions here or abroad; not only for Caraa or Palarong Pambansa but also in other national and international sports arenas,” said Gumuwang.

Aside from the facilities, the host locality should have available basic services such as medical and dental, communications, and water and electric power supply.

The peace and order situation in the locality must be excellent and conducive to the holding of the activity.

Eclar said that the capability and willingness of the LGU to shoulder expenses necessary for the hosting of the Caraa meet, including construction and renovation of sports facilities, billeting and other infrastructure requirements is also part of the criteria.

Deadline of submission of letters of intent to DepEd is Sept. 27.

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