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More LGUs rise amid tougher SGLG assessment standards
by DILG release

Despite a tougher assessment criteria, 380 local government units earned this year’s upscaled Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG), the Department of the Interior and Local Government said.

“This year’s SGLG is extra challenging and to see these 380 LGUs rise to the occasion proves that there is good work executed at the local level for the benefit of the Filipino people,” Sec. Eduardo M. Año said.

He said the number of LGU passers this year is 44 percent more than last year’s 263, which is a testament of the LGUs’ improved performance.”

The 380 SGLG awardees, composed of 17 provinces, 57 cities, and 306 municipalities, passed the polished and redefined ‘All-in’ criteria with specific modifications in most of the governance areas namely: financial administration; disaster preparedness; social protection; peace and order; business friendliness and competitiveness; environmental protection; and tourism, culture and the arts.

Año said that the 2019 SGLG awardees have 99 more municipalities and 18 added cities that have stepped up to the plate compared to 2018 while maintaining the same number of provincial passers.

He added this year’s recipients will get the 2019 SGLG marker, eligibility to the DILG Performance Challenge Fund to finance their local development projects, and priority access to other programs and capacity development assistance from the DILG.


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