Province of Antique

Where the Mountains meet the sea. The Rising Star of Western Visayas

Governors Message

According to the United Nations, the coronavirus pandemic is the most challenging crisis the world faces since the Second World War. Here in the Philippines, the impact of the crisis is very prevalent in that thousands of Filipinos are already infected by the disease. Some have died but thank God, many are recovering.
The health crisis had made a big change to our lives that led us to start living in a new normal that I didn’t even imagine. But we need to comply and follow. This is not just for our safety, but for the safety of our family and the whole community.
But this pandemic is much more than a health crisis. As it devastated our social life and our economy making thousands of people lose their jobs, business, and income specifically those who are in Manila. The considered epicenter of the pandemic where the highest number of COVID-19 cases is recorded in the Philippines.
The disease spreads rapidly that I, my self, fears for my health. But this could not be compared to how my heart broke when I learn about the clamor of the Antiqueños who were stranded in Manila fearing for their health and worrying about their financial situation. And I know and my heart tells me so that I need to help those Antiqueños to go back home.
Many had questioned my decision. But like a mother who always wants to make sure that my children are in good condition especially at the time of a health crisis I prefer to follow my heart. 

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Guv leads oath of 2 newly promoted employees

Nov. 2, 2021

Governor Rhodora Cadiao officiated the oath of office of two (2) newly promoted employees of the Provincial Government of Antique.
Atty. Dianah Jane L. Huele is a newly promoted Attorney IV in Provincial Legal Office.
She was a contract of service in the said office for two years.
“We will ensure that ang atun nga justice is equal. Eventhough, the Provincial Legal Office is the lawyer for the province. We will not compromise the right of the Antiqueños,” Atty. Huele stated.
Meanwhile, Ms. Ma. Cyville B. Fullones from Angel Salazar Memorial General Hospital (ASMGH) served for 10 years before she was promoted as Administrative Aide VI (Accounting Clerk II) after she was appointed as permanent employee last 2010.
“Nag casual ako 2003, nagpermanent ako 2010 tapos 2021 amo lang pagid pag promote ko,” said Ms. Fullones.
She further said that being a casual employee helped her more to achieve what she reached today.
“Bahol man nga bulig nga nag start ako as casual kay nagtugro man kanakon kang mga ideya. Hasta sa na reach ko ang amo dya nga posisyon, kag wara gid ako nag ekspektar nga sara ron ako ka section head sa admin department kang hospital,” Ms. Fullones added.
She also thanked Provincial Government through Governor Cadiao for giving her the opportunity to serve her fellow Antiqueños.
“Sa time ni Gov. (Cadiao) gid duro ang mga assistance from national government nga na avail gid kang province, especially kang ASMGH. May Malasakit Center kita nga kauna sa Western Visayas lang, kag wara dya sa Antique. Pero sa kadya rugyan ron sa Angel (ASMGH). May MAIP, may AICS,” she stated.
As of now, Governor Cadiao continues to improve the human resource of the province, as well as, the services given to the Antiqueños.

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