Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao gave Php 2 Million worth of assistance to Police Regional Office 6 and Antique Police Provincial Office to be used in their anti-drug campaign in the Province.
Police Deputy Director for Administration Arnel Escobar and Provincial Director Leo Erwin Agpangan received a check from Governor Cadiao after the flag raising ceremony. The Governor said that the amount will be used to support the police towards their fight to end-up illegal drug in the Province.
Last Nov. 7, PD Agpangan facilitated the signing of the Oath of Commitment for an all-out campaign against illegal drugs. Governor Cadiao, Vice Governor Edgar Denosta and members of the Provincial Board also joined the signing of commitment.
Children from different schools expressed their rights while holding balloons as a manifestation of their rights during the launching program of the Children's Month, last November 7.
Violence Against Women (VAW), is one of the country’s pervasive social problem. It is deemed closely linked with the unequal power relationship between men and women, otherwise known as “gender-based” violence. It is said that it is a form of men’s expression of controlling women to retain power.
The Regional Assessment Team lead by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) conducted a validation on the Provincial Government of Antique, which is vying for the Regional Excellence in Local Governance (EXCELL) Awards, Provincial Category, last November 16.