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Tanglag joins CHARM2 Project reforestation program

 

“U

sto ta la-e choga taku,” (It’s good that we are included.)

 

 

 

This was quoted from Barangay Captain Nardo Tayawa of Tanglag on his speech during the opening ceremonies of the Comprehensive Site Development (CSD) Training.

 

The barangay of Tanglag has finally agreed to participate with the Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project 2 (CHARMP 2) by passing a proposal on Reforestation where they proposed to plant 62,012 seedlings along a 30-hectare parcel of land through the Tanglag Community Organization for Unity and Development (TaCOUD).

 

The proposal was approved by the CHARMP with an approved budget worth P719, 200 and the covenant of agreement was already signed.

 

The CHARMP assigned foresters led by the CMO Jacob L. Agpawan had recently conducted a Comprehensive Site Development Training for the TaCOUD last September 17, 2013 at the barangay hall, Tanglag Lubuagan. The training was participated by the barangay officials, members and officers of the TaCOUD, council of elders and the community members.

 

The main purpose of the training is to prepare the organization for the implementation of the project especially on how to manage the financial and physical implementation and for the awareness of the people in the barangay on how will the reforestation will be implemented in the area.

 

The training was successfully conducted since there was cooperation and coordination of all the concerned participants. The PO officers mobilized the people in the community to attend the training as early as 5:00 am in the morning. The barangay officials were in charge in preparing foods for the participants and some of the youth were in charge in the hall preparation. Participants came in the venue as early as 7:00 am. The training formally started 8:15 am and ended 4:30 pm.

 

Tanglag was the last among the 20 barangays in the province of Kalinga to join the reforestation reforestation project.// Jacob Agpawan, CMO-Kalinga

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