Issue of December 3, 2017
     
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Pula–Cawayan–Camandag Rd set
by R. Lindawan

ASIPULO, Ifugao – A multi-million road and bridge project was launched here to benefit three barangays.

The Department of Agriculture recently launched the P220 million Pula-Cawayan-Camandag road construction with bridge component. 

The groundbreaking was attended by officials and employees of the provincial government led by Provincial Administrator Albert D. Pawingi, who represented Gov. Pedro G. Mayam-o, and Vice Gov. Jose Gullitiw; Asipulo officials and employees led by Mayor Armando Domilod and some officials and constituents of barangays of Pula, Cawayan and Camandag, Asipulo.

Provincial Project Management and Implementation Unit (PPMIU) Head Engr. Carmelita B. Buyuccan said that the project is under the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) funded by the World Bank.

She said that 80 percent of the P220,200,631.50 or P176,160,505.28 is funded by the World Bank; 10 percent or P18,692,866.67 is for the road; and P3,323,204.49 for the bridge came from the DA.

Ten percent or P22,024,055.06 is the provincial government’s counterpart.

The road component, costing P186,928,586.56, measures 11 kilometers while the bridge component, costing P33,272,044.94, is 30 meters long.

Gullitiw thanked the stakeholders and asked for the continuous support of his constituents in Asipulo until the project is finished.

Cawayan Punong Barangay Antonio Ngipol, Camandag PB Samuel Kimmayong and Pula PB Victor Pinkihan committed to support the project until its completion.

Asipulo Mayor Armando Domilod asked his constituents to support the implementation of the project.

Pawingi, who represented the governor, lauded the vice governor and members of the provincial board for approving the fund counterpart for the project.

The PRDP, a six-year national project under the DA, aims to establish a modern, value chain-oriented, and climate-resilient agriculture and fisheries sector. It aims to strengthen good governance, transparency and accountability mechanisms at all stages of the project cycle.

It also intends to operationalize a local level convergence platform among relevant national agencies and other stakeholders like the private sector, civil society, producers and academe to synergize projects and programs that benefit the greater segment of the farmer and fishers towards attaining inclusive growth.

 
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