CARAA 2018 long jump medalist Sunshine Awingan bags 2 golds and 2 silvers

On the first day of the 2018 Abra Provincial Athletic Association Meet, two Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association (CARAA) long jump players faced off for the gold to have a chance to represent the province in the next CARAA Meet. Sunshine Awingan from Unit 12 and Angelique Bacarisa from Unit 1 were both players of the… Read more »

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2,308 Abreño Families, already covered by PhilHealth

  During the first-Monday flag raising ceremony at the Capitol grounds on November 5, 2018, Local Health Insurance Officer Leonora A. Sobrevilla of PhilHealth-Abra updated her fellow public servants on total of population covered PhilHealth in the province. According to Sobrevilla of PhilHealth-Abra, there are 2,308 families enrolled and were able to avail benefits from… Read more »

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Coconut husk- an alternative emergency headgear

During the conduct of the nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill on October 5, 2018, Luba Central School displayed creativity by using coconut husks as headgear. Instead of covering the students’ heads with bags during the drill, they used coconuts.   According to Division Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Coordinator Jun Florencio Rifareal Jr, he introduced the… Read more »

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NCIP-Abra presents updates on existing programs, concluded activities to Abreños

On behalf of Provincial Officer Genesis Quiblado of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples- Abra, Administrative Officer IV (NCIP-Abra) Juliet Quinto presented updates on the existing programs and recently concluded activities of the department. In her report, the Educational Assistance Program had 78 existing grantees and 100 new grantees of the department’s program. Quinto also… Read more »

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