DILG

AcronymDefinition
DILGDepartment of Interior and Local Government
DILGDive Industry Liaison Group (Port of Melbourne Corporation; Australia)
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For a long period of time, the lumad have been earning between P150 to P200 for every piece of timber (about P1 per board feet) that they bring down to the city from the Hilonghilong Mountain, the DILG PIO said.
Ano cited that Escarian even arranged a conference in Zamboanga Sibugay and Zamboanga del Norte during DILG events and programs.
Now is the time to rise above party politics and interests and prepare for a smooth turnover of powers in LGUs to ensure continuity in local governance," said DILG Secretary Eduardo Ano.
The DILG is pleased to hear that the President is making the process of amending the constitution an inclusive and democratic process, DILG Assistant Secretary and Spokesperson Jonathan E.
This was contained in a 44-page DILG document posted on its web site.
Kaya magkaisa na tayong lahat at magtulong-tulong para sa kapakanan ng ating mga lokalidad,' DILG Secretary Eduardo Ano said in a statement.
DILG Undersecretary for Barangay Affairs Martin Dino said the electorate should not take chances on corrupt candidates since the country's future is at stake.
He said the DILG is trying to balance rehabilitating Manila Bay and implementing the Urban Development and Housing Act.
Malapitan, has now won the award for three consecutive years since 2015, DILG Director Analyn Baltazar-Cortez said.
"We want to reach a wider audience and tell the public of the many initiatives of the government and the DILG to improve their lot.
'Right now we have prepared for the issuance of show cause order to barangay captains in Regions 3, 4A, and NCR (National Capital Region) who failed to comply with the mentioned circular,' DILG Undersecretary Martin Dino said in a press conference at the agency's office in Quezon City.
In a statement on Thursday, the DILG said that this is to ensure that mayors and other local government officials would not be "missing in action" during emergencies and calamities.