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Kalinga solon gives priorities in 3 years
by Peter A. Baloicnit / PIA

BALBALAN, Kalinga – “I SEE THAT.” This is the overarching agenda of re-elected Rep. Allen Jesse C. Mangaoang.

I SEE THAT stands for Infrastructure, Social Services, Environment protection, Education, Tourism promotion, Health, Agriculture production and Technology improvement.

On infrastructure, he vowed to continue the conversion of local roads into national roads such as the Katabbogan-Wagod-Aciga-Buaya-Mabaca-Gawaan-Poblacion provincial road and expand convergence projects with concerned national line agencies through the construction of more roads leading to tourism and production areas.

Mangaoang said improvement of the road at thePadabama area and the bridge at the Poswoy-Ab-abaan areas will continue. Construction of the Wagud-Ballayangon-Ab-abaan farm-to-market road will also proceed, he added.

He said time will come that these roads will interconnect hastening transportation.

On education, he committed to sustain his scholarship program in partnership with the Commission on Higher Education and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

He said he will also look for sources of funds for the construction of additional school buildings and the conversion of annexes and satellite campuses into regular national high schools.

Along this objective, he said he will ask for more teaching items to meet the ideal teacher- student ratio for schools in Kalinga.

His health agenda includes continuous provision of medical assistance to indigent patients.

Mangaoang said he intends to include the Kalinga Provincial Hospital (KPH) as referral hospital of his medical assistance program.

Mangaoang announced that construction of the P80-million additional building of the KPH will begin this month.

Mangaoang took his oath before Pantikian Punong Barangay Rosito Borita in Balbalan, his birthplace. Traditionally, the congressman takes his oath with other provincial officials at the Capitol.

This was the first time in the political history of Kalinga that a congressman took his oath outside of Capitol and administered by a barangay captain.

 
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