Mary Catherine Ynez U. Lavega| January 5, 2021 Two-hundred locally stranded individuals (LSIs) are expected to arrive in Antique within this weeks, says Mrs. Cheryl Lynn S. Quanico, head of the LSI Subtask Group from the Provincial Planning and Development (PPDO). For 2020, around 19, 000 LSIs have been received, making Antique rank first with continue reading : LSI traffic continues in Antique
With the strong advocacy of the APHO and other partnering agencies, the province recorded its lowest firecracker related injuries cases since 2014. According to Jenevieve Gabin, Nurse II, “So far kung lantawon naton and basehan ang mga numbers since 2014 up to now amo dya ang pinaka-naba naton nga case naton. So far successful man continue reading : Antique records only 2 firecracker related injuries; lowest since 2014
Governor Rhodora “Dodod” Cadiao administers oath of 15 provincial government employees in her office today, Decembere 14, 2020. “You always have to remember, despite of the pandemic, despite the 70, 000 Filipinos who are losing their job, you are taking your oath for a higher position or a permanent job. That is in itself a continue reading : 15 prov’l gov’t employees take oath
September 12, 2020 Governor Rhodora “Dodod” Cadiao, through the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office initiated the provision of assistance to the family Manzano of Brgy. Calacja 1, Hamtic, Antique who is in crisis situation. The mother, Arlene Manzano, is under going twice a week hemodialysis sessions because of kidney failure and the eldest son continue reading : PROVINCIAL SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CONDUCTED HOME VISIT AND PROVIDED SERVICES TO THE MANZANO FAMILY OF BARANGAY CALACJA 1, HAMTIC, ANTIQUE.
Welcome to the official website of the Provincial Government of Antique! As Antique enters a new era, I would like to make sure that every Antiqueño stays well-informed and involve in the development of our province at all times. Hence, the creation of this website to better connect with each and every one of you. continue reading : GOV. RHODORA J. CADIAO’S MESSAGE FOR ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL WEBSITE