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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesThursday, August 25, 2011
Negros Oriental
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P2.5 M allotted for
health workers

Negros Oriental Gov. Roel Degamo has set aside P2.5 million for the livelihood projects of barangay health workers in the province, a Philippine Information Agency press release said.

The funds will be distributed to 28 BHW federations in the province at P100,000 for each federation to implement livelihood projects, Capitol sources said.

The funds were allocated in recognition of the BHW’s contribution in bringing health services to areas that need them.

IN NEG.OR.
232 cops promoted

BY RENE GENOVE

A total of 232 Philippine National Police personnel in Negros Oriental have been promoted to a simultaneous pinning of ranks held yesterday at Negros Oriental Provincial Police Office, Agan-an headquarters, with PNP Provincial Director, Senior Supt. Rey Lyndon Lawas, leading the rites.

Those promoted were 228 police non-commissioned officers and four police commissioned officers.

The PNCOs included 38 personnel promoted to SPO4, three to SPO3, two to SPO2, 96 to SPO1, 64 to PO3, and 25 to PO2.

Police ensures safety
for SU Founders' Day

BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

The Dumaguete police are strengthening security measures this week in anticipation of an influx of local and foreign visitors  to the 110th Founders' Day anniversary celebration of Silliman University.

Dumaguete police chief,  Supt. Crisaleo Tolentino, said  the Negros Oriental Philippine National Police provincial office will  field  augmentation men  to secure he public  during the  celebration, that will  run through to the weekend.

Round-the-clock mobile and foot patrols, police assistance centers, plainclothes intelligence agents, and improved communications systems are already in place, Tolentino said.

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