August 5, 2022
Davao de Oro— “It’s the boat, it’s the ship, the very vehicle nga sakyan natong tanan ug asa ta padung… we need your utmost cooperation, we need your prayers nga magkahiusa gyud ta nga mapadayun natong smooth-sailing ang pagpadagan sa atong barko hangtud muabot ta didtu sa 2025,” Gov. Dorothy Montejo-Gonzaga Gonzaga said as she led the ceremonial launching and signing of the pledge and commitment of support for the 2023–2025 Executive-Legislative Agenda (ELA) on October 10, 2022.
The ELA 2023-2025 is a term-based strategic plan of the executive-legislative department for the next three years that would bring significant changes to the lives of the people of Davao de Oro. It is the blueprint or guide toward the direction of progress and development in the province. This consisted of the proposed programs, projects, and activities (PPAs) for the province focusing on five (5) governance sectors such as social services, economic development and poverty reduction, physical and infrastructure development, environmental management, and local administration and financial management.
“The ELA is the very document containing sa mga nasabutan nga pagplastar ug implementar nga mga proyekto ug serbisyo sa probinsya. This is our very document to you, dear people, kung asa mo dal-on ni Gov Dot-dot ug Vice Gov Tyron apil ang mga board members ug atong department heads,” Gov. Gonzaga said.
Governor Gonzaga congratulated the technical working group and the Sangguniang Panlalawigan headed by Vice Governor Uy, who lent their time and efforts in scrutinizing the prioritized programs even with the limited funds and resources to come. She also extended gratitude to the employees and the people of Davao de Oro for sending their sentiments that led to the realization of ELA.
“Kani napahitabo tungod kamo mismo nagpakabana, nitingog mo nga mao ni ato atimanon. Mag-ampo mi nga atoa gyud ning masunod, magampo pud mi nga kamo magpabiling magbinantayon,” Gov. Gonzaga said.
Vice Governor Uy, Sangguniang Panlalawigan members, department heads, national government agencies (NGAs), and employees joined the governor in fully supporting the vision, mission, and goals of the provincial government.
Meanwhile, DILG Provincial Director Noel C. Duarte said that every public servant should serve the people with integrity, trust, and a sense of commitment.
“Today, we will be forging our commitment as government public servants. We must live with the vision of the province… responsive to the needs of every Dabawenyos,” PD Duarte said. (J. Fernandez, Photos by A . Dayao)
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