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  1. Flag Raising Ceremony sponsored by the Provincial Youth Affairs Office;
  2. Spearheaded the distribution of 5 to 10 sacks of rice (depending on the number of students from each school) to eight (8) different elementary schools in the province. The rice allotment is part of the school-based program of the Provincial Government through the Provincial Nutrition Council, headed by Dr. Leoncio Abiera, and the sacks of rice distributed are good for the month of March only;

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Antique PWDs get wheelchairs

October 15, 2015

SAN JOSE, Antique – Forty two persons with disabilities (PWDs) received wheelchairs from the provincial government.

This was part of the provincial government’s continuing assistance to PWDs through the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office.

Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao, Vice Governor Edgar Denosta, Provincial Social Welfare Officer Lazaro Petinglay and various stakeholders led the distribution of wheelchairs to the beneficiaries.

The wheelchairs were custom-built for the PWDs’ physical condition to ensure that each wheelchair perfectly fits the recipient’s body.

Families of the recipient-PWDs were thankful to the government for helping their sector.

“The wheelchairs will help improve the lives of the physically challenged, especially those who badly need the wheelchairs but cannot afford getting one,” expressed the families of the recipients.

The activity was also attended by several government agencies that support the programs for the PWDs.

The program with the theme “Health and Wellness Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Towards and Inclusive Development for all” started with a hataw, or dance exercises fit for the PWDs. (PIA Antique/PN)