GOVERNOR JOCELYN BERNOS
She was elected as the Provincial Governor of the Province of Abra in May 2016. She continued her programs and projects with utmost sincerity under the banner “Asenso Abrenio” and JOY “H.E.L.P.S” to reach out to her constituents wherever and whenever they need her comfort and assistance as the true mother of the province.
Kayat ti Provincial Government of Abra a mairaman ti sibubukel nga Abra iti coverage ti Cash Relief (CARE) Program ti…READ MORE
Ms. Shirley Claver and Mr. Theodore Solang from the National Household Targeting Section conducted the screening of applicants for validators and administrative aides. Those hired will be assigned in the different municipalities of Abra who will validate 6164 households in the province. The screening is in preparation for the validation of potential beneficiaries… Read more »READ MORE
The Iloko-Tingguian Cultural Festival showcases the rich culture, traditions, and heritage of the Abreños. It also features the talent and creativity of the Abreños with the display of the Iloko and Tingguian customs during the event. This event is a reminder to Abreños of their colorful heritage and history.READ MORE
The Provincial Government of Abra recognizes the bravery and service of Philippine Army (PA) personnel. The following are the newly promoted officers of the PA: Capt. Ric Ivan C. Joven, 1LT Marion Jose C. Intong, 1LT Melanie V. Mercado, and 1LT Franklin Jess A. Boquiren. The Wounded Personnel Medals were awarded to Pvt.… Read more »READ MORE
Dapil is derived from the word “Panagdapil”, the traditional method of extracting juice from sugarcane. Sugarcane is one of Abra’s main agricultural products. “Basi” or wine, vinegar, molasses, and muscovado are some of the by-products of sugarcane. Dapil Festival 2018 is a four-day celebration of the culture and tradition of the people of… Read more »READ MORE
Exams for the Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) were conducted at the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) Office yesterday, February 19. This is in accordance to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Department Order No. 175, s.2017 which is known as the Special Program for Employment of Students Implementing Rules and… Read more »READ MORE
The Municipality of Tineg is the largest municipality in Abra with a total land area of 83,223 hectares or 20% of Abra’s aggregate land area. Located at the northernmost part of Abra, Tineg has 10 barangays namely Alaoa, Anayan, Apao, Belaat, Caganayan, Cogon, Lanec, Lapat-Balantay, Naglibacan, and Poblacion (Agsimao) and has a population of 5,097… Read more »READ MORE
Abra is a landlocked province on the Western side of the massive Cordillera in the Northern Luzon.
Its a deep valleys and sloping hills are enclosed by the rugged mountaines, except in the Western portion where the Abra River flows towards the coastal plains of Ilocos Sur.