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Panay is an island in the Philippines located in the western part of the Visayas. Politically, it is divided into four provinces: Aklan, Antique, Capiz, and Iloilo, all in the Western Visayas Region.

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There's a town in the island of Panay, la la la la
So I guess majority of the people here have origins in Panay island.
island of Panay is high and broken, particularly on the south
funds given to the Fishermen of Panay Island Philippines to build fishing boats lost to Yolanda
[06/23/14] Panay Island and the provinces of Bataan, Mindoro and will experience occasional...
PanahonTV | WEATHER TODAY: Panay Island and the provinces of Zambales, Bataan, Mindoro and Palawan will experien...
The Island of Panay in the Philippines calls it CHORIZO due to its Spanish background while the rest…
That awkward moment when everybody's from Panay Island and you're the only one from Mindanao
...with field work and seminars on environmental awareness and conservation for Panay Island, Santa Barbara, Cabatuan, Lambunao and Guimaras
International Youth Work Camp, 12th-18th May,2014 Iloilo, Philippines The International Work Camp as a flagship program of the Youth Participation and Leadership Development (YPLD) Committee is a platform to help promote global citizenship. As you are already aware, the Central Philippines, including Iloilo was heavily affected and devastated the provinces losing lives, sources of livelihood and most if not all of the houses and structures in the area. This is International Work Camp, therefore, is a show of solidarity with the suffering people in the affected community, particularly in Tambaliza, Concepcion, Iloilo. The venue and location of the program is a community where current recovery and rehabilitation responses are being carried out. Concepcion is one of the municipalities of Iloilo Province located in the Northeastern part of Panay Island. Barangay Tambaliza is one of the sixteen (16) island barangays. Fishing is the main source of livelihood among the households. By travel from Manila Internati ...
Jah people of Panay Island!!! Kitaay ta this Sunday sa Roxas City!!! Skanky Dreadz and the rest of the gang will be performing live!!! Big up for Lokal Rasta Ilonggo!!!
ABOUT THE PLACE GUIMARAS IS WHERE THE SWEETEST MANGOES IN THE WORLD COME FROM Guimaras is an island province of the Philippines located near Panay Island in the Visayas region. Among the smallest provinces, its capital is Jordan. Guimaras is well known for its agricultural crops, particularly mangoes, where some 50,000 of these trees are planted. The Guimaras Island is famous for producing some of the sweetest mangoes in the world. Guimaras mangoes are reportedly served at the White House and Buckingham Palace. Guimaras' largest event of the year is The Manggahan Festival (the Mango Festival). The variety of mangoes produced are also best for making dried mangoes, jam and other delicacies. There are a lot of resorts, agri-tourism sites, special interest sites, historical sites, diving sites as well as research centers in Guimaras.
Boracay... good new! Air Asia fly direct from KL to Boracay now! Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines.Though exploring the island by foot is still by far the best and most environmentally supportive way to get around Boracay, rental tricyles (about USD5 per hour) are readily available if you wish to get off your feet. Mountain bikes, ATVs, and motor bikes are also available for rent.
Shoot for the Environment: Army and stakeholders take part in restoration of the environment Miag-ao, Iloilo – The 3rd Infantry Division, Philippine Army is engaging on a noble undertaking to support the efforts in restoring the environment particularly in areas that were greatly devastated by typhoon Yolanda through a shooting competition here on March 1-2, 2014. Shooting enthusiasts are invited to participate in the event at Camp Monteclaro, Brgy Igtuba, Miag-ao, Iloilo. Western Visayas especially Panay Island was hardly hit by super typhoon Yolanda that severely destroyed the forests. DENR record show that the estimate damage to environment and natural resources in Region 6 costs P126, 594, 166.58 (source: DENR-6). The purpose of the event is to promote environmental restoration and protection while at the same time hone the skills of AFP, PNP and other law enforcement agencies in consonance to their mandate of protecting the people and foster the camaraderie among the shooters. Shooting enthusiasts ...
About this time 115 years ago in Ilonggo history! -dinggol.d~~~ The War in the Visayas, Feb. 11, 1899 - March 10, 1899 On Feb. 11, 1899, the US First Separate Brigade commanded by Brig. Gen. Marcus P. Miller, West Point Class 1858, invaded Iloilo City on Panay Island. The initial defenders were led by Gen. Pablo Soriano Araneta of Molo under Gen.en-Gefe Martin Delgado; and Gen. Leandro Locsin Fullon of Antique and Gen. Ananias Diokno of Batangas of the Tagalog contingent. ~oo0oo~ The Semi-Weekly Gazette and Bulletin of Williamsport, Pennsylvania reports on the capture of Iloilo, issue of Feb. 14, 1899.(By Associated Press) Manila, Feb. 14 -(9:35 a.m) -The United States forces under Brigadier General Miller captured Iloilo, capital of Panay and seat of the so-called government of the Visayan federation on Saturday last after a bombardment. The rebels set the town on fire before evacuating it; but the American troops extinguished the flames. There were no casualties on the American side." (Source: "Philipp ...
I met her in a small fisherman island called Loguingot, Estancia in Panay Island, the island has 197 families...
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Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Philippines Fishing and aquaculture Situational overview:ational overview: Overfishing has been a major concern in the Philippines in the past year, specifically in the coastal areas around Panay Island, Leyte and Eastern Samar. According to the Asian Development Bank there has been a drop of 90% in the quantity of marine organisms that can be trawled in some traditional fishing areas of the Philippines. Costal communities engage in aquaculture, especially on Panay Island (e.g. milkfish in ponds or finfish in cages, oyster, crab or shrimp farms, as well as seaweed cultivation). Some fishers use traps, having up to 10 traps per household. Before Typhoon Yolanda there were about 1,500 commercial fishing vessels in the Visayas regions and 150,000 small ‘municipal’ vessels or bancas, of which 50,000 were motorized . The 150,000 small boat fishers are especially economically vulnerable, depending on their daily catch, which is sold immediately, to meet basic living needs (FAO 2013) ...
Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Philippines Agriculture The agricultural sector was heavily damaged (including crop areas, infrastructure, irrigation systems, equipment and tools, seed stock etc.). In Region VIII Eastern Visayas alone, around 800,000 MT of crop were destroyed, amounting to 80% of the total tonnage of crops destroyed. In December 2013, 29% of farming households reported that their livelihoods were completely destroyed. While rice was largely harvested just before Yolanda hit, the destruction of seed stocks, the damage caused to cropland and the accumulation of debris on agricultural lands will have an impact on subsequent harvests. Livelihoods support could enable normal harvest levels for March/April 2014 if it is done quickly (via agricultural inputs, farmland and the clearance of irrigation canals before the end of the planting season in Dec-Jan). If this does not happen, agricultural households are likely to become more dependent on food assistance and the earliest recovery would be with the ...
Ledy Subere shared A Special Smile's album. Anita Ocate Villas Kinkela, Miss President and the rest of the officers of Famas Perth - Filipino Australian Multicultural Association Inc. , here is the part of our donation to Yolanda victims of Estancia, Ilolilo .Their smile is priceless. In behalf of DPI (Discovery of Panay Island) group by Hawili Hurom they are saying a very big thank you. Some part of the money will be given to the province of Antique. Once again thank you very much. Thank you! Famas friends, members and supporters for making all these possible with your donation.
The Visayas is one of the major fishing grounds in the Philippines. Northern Iloilo and Capiz on Northern Panay Island are the major contributors to fisheries production at 35% and 26% respectively. Of the total fisheries production in Western Visayas, 68% comes from capture fisheries and 32% from aquaculture production.
After taifun schoolchildren on the Philippine island of Panay are still without a classroom.
3 months then we will go to the south in manila off to the northwest panay island in the Western Visayas called B! Exited much (:
Reforestation in the Philippines | Global 3000: The Philippine island of Panay suffered severe damage as a res...
Praying for a calm sea and a safe midnight sail to Panay Island. (@ Roxas Port)
This flirtatious dance called Cariñosa is known throughout the Philippines. Cariñosa ('kah-reehn-YOH-sah') means affectionate, lovable, or amiable. With a fan or handkerchief, the dancers go through hide-and-seek movements and other flirting acts expressing tender feelings for one another. There are many versions of this dance, but the hide-and-seek movements are common in all. The first ever published notation of the Cariñosa dance steps was from the book Philippine Folk Dances and Games by Francisca Reyes-Tolentino (later became an Aquino). Mrs Tolentino's master's thesis which have the same title was revised and was later published in 1927. However, the most common of the many Cariñosa found in the country is the one from the book "Philippine Folk Dances v1" by Francisca Reyes Aquino, published sometime in 1940. The version integrated all the common dance figures among the many versions throughout the land. Three versions of this courtship-festival dance were found in Panay Island, the "Home of the ...
ON the 8th November 2013, a 300kph super typhoon destroyed Panay Island, Philippines and left millions homeless.
STA. BARBARA CHURCH CONVENT Sta. Barbara, Iloilo Nov. 9, 2013 A very historical place as it was then the bastion of the Katipuneros under General Martin Delgado in Panay Island during the Philippine Revolution in 1898. by Edgar Siscar
Mga Migo kag Miga, SOS from a friend, Please basi may ara ta bala nga truk halin manila. Salamat Gid. Nonnie Gicana Jeruta Guys, anybody knows anybody that's goin to Panay Island next week or the week after, that will bring their cars or cargo trucks via RORO ? Please Puede pa hitch ? ME lang. Need to go to Northern Iloilo again to visit and document our recon school Bldg. Bitin kasi mga donations and sponsors. Madamo gid nga Salamat.
Iloilo is a province in Region VI or Western Visayas. It occupies the southeast portion of Panay Island and has a population of 1, 805, 576 according to 2010 census excluding the population of Iloilo City. Iloilo started from a settlement called Irong-Irong founded by Datu Paiburong. Former people o...
Unforgettable experiences. .in a beautiful country with beautiful people. .they still smile in adversity. Back in muar now with my family after my second tour of duty of panay island Philippines. The mission ends 28th February. .god willing.
Its a cool saturday evening over panay island..
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Capiz Capiz is a 1st class province of the Philippines located in the Western Visayas region. Its capital is Roxas City and is located at the northeastern portion of Panay Island, bordering Aklan and Antique to the west, and Iloilo to the south. Capiz faces the Sibuyan Sea to the north. Capiz is known for the Placuna placenta oyster shell that has the same name locally and is used for decoration and making lampshades, trays, window doors. Likewise, the province is known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines.[3] Contents [hide] 1 Geography 1.1 Subdivisions 2 History 3 Demographics 4 Economy 5 Culture 5.1 Hymn 6 Notable people 7 List of schools 8 Hospitals 9 References 10 External links Geography[edit] Capiz is located on a small island formed by the Panay and Banica rivers. The Panay river used to be famous for the great number of alligators thriving there. The soil is poor in the northern part of the island and is most productive only in the southern part. Capiz is bounded by the Mindoro sea, the Pan ...
Basking in the sun of Panay Island Philippines-United Sikhs a UN affiliated NGO hands over 18 houses to the...
Happy Valentines Day to the children of Crossing Lais, Panay Island from iMKIRAN & Friends. May we spare a little...
By Alex C. Delos Santos, Vera Files Twenty-eight years ago, a murder was executed in San Jose, the capital of Antique in Panay Island that outraged the Filipino people struggling to free themselves from the clutches of a dictatorship. The … Continue reading →
The City of Iloilo is a highly urbanized city of Panay Island in the Philippines, and the capital city of the province of Iloilo. It is the regional center of the Western Visayas as well as the center of the Iloilo-Guimaras Metropolitan Area. (Y)
This the second Moblie Cash Transfer in Panay Island, The first was done at Sara, Iloilo with 630 CFW beneficiaries.
Feb. 13, 2014 Part VI The Hunters ROTC Guerillas Story as recounted by Hunters ROTC WWII Overall Commander Col. Eleuterio "Col. Terry Magtanggol" Adevoso in his book "A Personal Story-50 Years", with comments from Jerry F. Jesus Terry Adevoso "The remaining months of September...December 1942 were to see the rapid expansion of our forces throughout Rizal, Laguna and Tayabas. Home guard units were formed in the towns, and guerilla base camps established along the Sierra Madre mountain range. There were to be petty ambushes and raids of the Japanese army and of their collaborators, but the strategic talk was to establish contact with the GHQ of Gen. MacArthur somewhere in Australia, or at least know who the authorized representatives were in the Philippines. After much trial and error in this effort, I had to conclude that there was none in Luzon. I sent a series of liaison men to Col. Macario Peralta in Panay Island, reputed to have succeeded in establishing contact with Australia by radio. I also tried th ...
Trying to control my dreams for Panay island's success: The Heart of the Philippines.
A project repairing classrooms in two elementary schools and one high school on Panay island in conjunction with one…
Evelio Bellaflor Javier (October 14, 1942 - February 11, 1986) was a Filipino lawyer, civil servant, politician, and an opposition leader during the regime of President Ferdinand Marcos. His assassination on February 11, 1986, allegedly by allies of Marcos, was one of the sparks of the People Power Revolution later that month. The day of his death is known as Governor Evelio B. Javier Day and is a special non-working public holiday in the provinces of Antique, Capiz, Aklan, and Iloilo, the four provinces on Panay island.
On our way to Roxas province, Panay island...
Today is 28th Anniversary of the late Governor Evelio B. Javier! and Special non-working holiday in Panay Island Antique, Capiz, Aklan and IloIlo
..Today February 11,2014 is a non-working local holiday in Panay island in celebration of" Evelio javier Day".:-) mode
The PROVINCE OF ANTIQUE and the whole of Panay Island is commemorating the HEROISM of EVELIO B. JAVIER. A short program was held at the EBJ Freedom Park early this morning.
Evelio B. Javier Day. Holiday in the whole of Panay Island to give way in the commemoration of the martyrdom of Evelio. However, for most of the people of Panay its just an ordinary day even that of the Antiquenos. His popular campaign 'ang pwesto sa gobyerno bukut burugasan, bukut paranubliun' has been forgotten.
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Today is Holiday in Panay Island . It is Panay Bird Club's 1st anniversary
Ati-Atihan Festival of Kalibo, Aklan The Ati-Atihan Festival is held every year in January in Kalibo, the capital of Aklan province. It is a two-week festival that ends on the third Sunday of the month. The Ati-Atihan Festival of Aklan is called the Mother of All Filipino Festivals. Kalibo has been known for its Ati-Atihan before all the other neighboring provinces started theirs. The name of the festival means "pretending to be like an Ati." The Ati, also known as Negritos, are an indigenous people who have distinctively black skin and curly hair. In the year 1212 AD, ten datus from Borneo landed on Panay island (where Aklan is located) and amicably purchased land from the native king Marikudo. They had a feast to celebrate. Today, celebrants of the Ati-atihan Festival paint their faces with black soot. Locals who perform in the parade also wear colorful elaborate costumes. It can be compared with Mardi Gras in other parts of the world. On account of the historical influence of the Catholic church, the . ...
Yehey! no school tomorrow because it's local holiday in the whole of Panay island. The whole island will be commemorating the death anniversary of Evilio Javier.
Altila-Balgos foundation and Philippine Army's 3rd ID join up for Yolanda victims on Panay Island. Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz – Army medical personnel from the Headquarters, 3rd Infantry Division based in Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz and from the 301st Infantry Brigade based in Camp Hernandez, Dingle, Iloilo, worked jointly yesterday February 9, 2014 with the medical experts of the Atila-Balgos Foundation in providing medical services to the residents of Brgy Jaena Norte, Jamindan, Capiz who were victims of typhoon Yolanda. A total of 450 residents mostly women and children, rushed to Camp Jamindan Elementary School in Sitio Agbalagon, Brgy Jaena Norte, Jamindan, Capiz and were able to benefit from a one (1) day medical mission. The Army and said NGO also distributed medicines to the patients aside from the medical services that they provided. The Atila-Balgos Foundation headed by Dr. Abundio Balgos, MD, is a recognized Non-Government Organization (NGO) based in Roxas City, Capiz that engages in ...
its glory days, Iloilo City was called the "Queen City of the South". It was the last Spanish-colonial capital of the Philippines when Manila surrendered to the United States of America. You’ll see remnants of its splendid past standing proudly amidst the bustling and chaotic streets of Iloilo today. Iglesia de San José de Placer (Church of San Jose), standing out at the Plaza Libertad with its Corinthian pillars and cross-shaped dome, is said to be the birthplace of the Dinagyang festival. Its most valued treasures are the image of the Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary) that dates back to 1616, and a replica of the Sto. Niño of Cebu that was brought to Iloilo in 1968. The Sto. Niño de Arevalo Parish houses one of the three original images of the Sto. Niño. It’s believed to have arrived sometime in 1581, brought by the Augustinians who were establishing La Villa Rica de Arevalo (Villa Arevalo) as a Spanish settlement. The Parish of St. Anne (Church of San Jose) stands proudl ...
Experience the real beauty of "Panay Island PHILIPPINES my beloved hometown...
Sto. Nino, ‘Sinulog’, Ati-atihan feasts in MD Posted by Manila Mail under US News 1 Comment By Rodney J. Jaleco SILVER SPRING, Maryland – Its been called the Mother of all Philippine festivals. Carrying its infectious drumbeat and shouts of hala bira!, Fil-Americans from Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia braved a light snow dusting and freezing temperatures to stage the ati-atihan and Sinulog here, marking the feast of the Sto. Nino. The Christ the King Church community center was filled to capacity. Over a hundred Fil-Am devotees of the Sto. Nino or image of the Child Jesus, joined by curious American friends, celebrated the annual religious feast commemorating the Philippines conversion from paganism to Christianity in the 16th century. It is a very important Philippine tradition and our history, explained lawyer Arnedo Valera of the Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC). The ati-atihan is said to actually trace its roots back to the migration of Malay datus from Borneo to Panay Island in ...
Home My Books Friends Recommendations genres listopia giveaways popular goodreads voice ebooks fun trivia quizzes quotes community groups creative writing people events Explore Without Seeing the Dawn Want to Read pick shelf Rate this book 1 of 5 stars2 of 5 stars3 of 5 stars4 of 5 stars5 of 5 stars Without Seeing the Dawn by Stevan Javellana 3.85 of 5 stars 3.85 · rating details · 279 ratings · 12 reviews The title of Stevan Javellana's only novel in English Without Seeing the Dawn was derived from one of José Rizal's character in the Spanish-language novel Noli Me Tangere or Touch Me Not. Javellana's 368-paged book has two parts, namely Day and Night. The first part, Day, narrates the story of a pre-war barrio and its people in the Panay Island particularly in Iloilo. The second part, Night, begins with the start of World War II in both the U.S. and the Philippines, and retells the story of the resistance movement against the occupying Japanese military forces of the barrio people first seen ...
This picturesque island is part of the Islas de Gigantes group off the northeast coast of Panay Island in the Western Visayas. The Philippines is made up of over 7000 islands so you have lots of islands to explore if you are coming for a holiday. Hopefully the resorts that were affected by Typhoon Haiyan will soon be up and running and welcoming tourists again to these beautiful islands.
Army condemns NPA’s continued ruthless killings and violation of CARHRIHL Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz – The Philippine Army here in Western Visayas condemned the continued ruthless killings of the New People’s Army (NPA) and its violation of the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL). Last December 30, 2013, Demetrio Capilastique known as “Hugo” was shot to death in Brgy Linaywan, Badiangan, Iloilo by members of the SPARU unit of the NPA. Alias “Hugo” is a ranking leader of the NPA’s rival group Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB) here in Panay Island. Brigadier General Arnold Quiapo, 301st Brigade Commander said “This is an inhumane act of the NPA, against the law hence, cannot be justified. Any issue against Capilastique should be brought to the proper court and let him answer to our proper judicial system. While the CNN took responsibility for the killing, they should bring those culprits from wit ...
A local species of tarantula from Panay Island.
The UNITED SIKHS team did an overall walkabout, recording family information, rebuilding and plan for the local families in Crossing Lais which was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. We plan to build total 200 homes with a budget of $1000 per house. These homes are build of solid plywood and bricks. Here are some scenes from our days in Crossing Lais, Panay Island, Philippines. See our SPONSOR A FAMILY campaign at, sponsor as an indivual, a family or a company. -
New Year's Greetings from Panay Island, Philippines from bringing recovery
A boy taking a shower outside his temporary shelter in Panay Island, Philippines. - after Typhoon Haiyan.
"Conquering Panay island is a Success, Special thanks to: -IloIlo climbers, for the great experience of the Dingle Crags and for the great xmas partey. -Tibiao, Antique Eco Adventure -Mommy Lucia Aitken for the Cheap hotel accommodation @ Station 2 Boracay Island. -Ceres Lines for the Round trip means of our Transportation -to our new inter national friends, thanks to a great experience Time to go back to reality!
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Somewhere in a village at Panay Island, Philippines. . This is 'Betty' the pig. A name I gave her. I asked the...
Photos from Hawili Hurom's post in DISCOVER... PANAY ISLAND by Hawili Hurom
from Jonathan Toledanes Clavel "TUKAR for HOPE" - Fundraising jam with 11 Ogtonganon bands of Ugyon Musikero, for the benefit of 5 scholars of HOPE. HOPE Org. Inc. (Hugpong sang mga Ogtonganon Para sa Edukasyon Organization Incorporated) is a SEC registered non-government organization the primary intention of which is to help less privilege but deserving Oton National High School students by providing weekly allowance and payments for extra curricular expenses. Special Thanks to Discover Panay Island by Hawili Hurom.
This is one of the Diaz brothers, age 68. He is a construction worker here in Panay Island. He has been living in...
post Christmas post. This is a reticulated python, known as "magkal" in panay island and some visayan region.
Hiligaynon, often referred to as Ilonggo, is an Austronesian language spoken in theWestern Visayas region of the Philippines. Hiligaynon is concentrated in the provinces of Iloilo, *** Occidental, Guimaras andCapiz, but is also spoken in the other provinces of Panay Island, including *** Oriental, Antique and Aklan, and in many parts of Mindanao such as Koronadal City,South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and in other parts of North Cotabato. It is also spoken as a second language by Karay-a speakers in Antique, Aklanon and Malaynon speakers in Aklan, and Capiznon speakers in Capiz.
Pic of the day - Merry Christmas to all the children and families on Crossing Lais, Panay Island, Philippines.
While you are celebrating Christmas with all the lights and decorations, some kids in Panay Island are sitting in...
This one is from the 3rd Infantry Division, Philippino Army who we worked closely with on Panay Island.
Money generated from raffle tickets (main theatres) : £160.00 Money generated from Raffle tickets Main Theatres Christmas Do: £128.00 Money donated from the Anaesthetic Department : £100.00 Total Amount Generated : £389.00 MASSIVE MASSIVE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE!!! You know who you are. This money will go to the victims of Typhoon Hayain in Panay Island Philippines! Hopefully we can buy 3 motor fishing boats to be donated to the coastal town of panay island so that people can start their livelihood as soon as! Thank thank you so much and MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
Tents for those totally damaged houses in Capiz, Panay Island, Philippines ... Thanks to Humanity First Canada and to IOM (International Organization for Migration) Mission in the Philippines and the Tau Gamma Phi-Capiz.
volunteers attended a Xmas party for disabled children in Tapaz on Panay Island this morning.
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I want to thank Ken Brown for making a $100 donation. Too sweet! And AJs for two awesome tshirts plus Harbor Docks for two tshirts, and Boshamps for one tshirt. Thank you, thank you! One week left :) I leave New Year's Eve at 6pm. I know several have pledged and I do appreciate plus need the assistance. I can't remember everyone telling me to come see them b4 I leave, so please message me if you would still like to help. Flight is charged but $500 of shots on 26th. It's getting crazy filing taxes b4 I leave, etc. Almost nervous... Lol Not! Seriously, I'll be out getting DEET, a waterproof case for cell phone tomorrow. I will come to you if you feel inclined to help me help them. Found out I am the Team Lead for the group. They found us a house to rent but electric only by generator and no Internet so won't be able to call via wifi which translates to finding an Internet cafe if one even exists cuz can't afford to call anyone :( I'm glad to go. I'm excited to help but it's certainly a test of my faith. F . ...
Roadside haggling on Panay Island. We bought these 3 live egg-laying hens for $11 to give to a poor…
Saturday fish market at Tapaz Public Market in Panay Island, Philippines
HOPE post New Year's Greetings for Panay Island where they work far away from home
President's Holiday Message & Typhoon Haiyan Victim Relief Aid Fundraising Update December 22, 2013 Hello Everyone! It’s been a hectic two months especially with the devastating Typhoon Haiyan that battered the central Philippines. With all the ongoing fundraising activities and events, I would like to thank everybody from corporate sponsors, die-hard PAMANA members, and friends within our local area and throughout the country for quickly responding to our plea to help the typhoon victims in the affected regions of the Philippines. Following is a brief update of PAMANA's supporting activities where the spirit of giving was evident as the holiday season approached. 1. Christmas Caroling • PAMANA and FASO (Filipino American Student Organization, UW-Madison) carolers collected $1545.00 from the 4 hosts and their guests. Thank you Marie & Joseph Barut, Jinky & Nic Montilla, Martha & Allan Rosanes, Shirley & Eric Thompson, and all their guests and friends that contributed to PAMANA operational and assista ...
merry christmas everyone... to my family Lezo, Aklan... to my family at Ibajay, Aklan... to my one and only labz... to all my dear friends across Panay Island to my ACAI Aklan family. a blessed christmas for all of us!
The good thing about having only cold showers on Panay Island? You never have to worry about the person before you using all the hot water.
Getting whatsapp messages from hardyal Veerji in the Philippines building homes in Pontevedra Town, Panay Island for the hurricane victi ...
Update! The DTS has been in Tibiao, Antique Province, Panay Island, Philippines now for a week. It was a fourteen hour overnight ferry ride here from Cebu. This country is beautiful. Big mountains and beach right on our doorstep. Tibiao had the eye of Typhoon Haiyan (or Typhoon Yolanda as it's known here) pass right over it. There are huge mahogany trees just lying around that no one wants, some lying on what used to be homes or schools. There are still many buildings left in pieces or without a roof. The mayor personally welcomed us here. He told us the damage by the numbers in the different baranguay (I think theses are like administrative districts). Through forced evacuations they had no deaths and only eight injuries. Many people had their homes either totally or partially destroyed. Fishing is one of the biggest industries here and they've lost %55 of their fishing boats. We arrived hours after the Canadian military left after a three week stay. There was an attachment of the Philippine military tha ...
knows that roosters on Panay Island don't wait until sunrise to crow.The one that starts it at 2am may be Xmas dinner
Thanks to mr. Josel Palma of Phil.Federation of Panay Island In Japan for sending an amount for the microphone of our school.godspeed.
CSAFP honors 3ID soldiers for saving lives in Aklan Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz – Two (2) soldiers from the 12th CAFGU (Cadre) Battalion, 3rd Infantry (Spearhead) Division, Philippine Army were given honors last week during the visit of General Emmanuel Bautista, Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines at Headquarters, 3ID, Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz for saving several lives while Yolanda was annihilating the province of Aklan and the Northern part of Panay Island. Awarded with the Bronze Cross Medal are Captain Aristotle Cuaton and Captain Julius Pablo for acts of heroism involving risk of life in the conduct of Disaster Rescue Operations during the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda. Being in the area even before Yolanda hit the region, the Disaster Response Task Units under Cuaton and Pablo acted upon the call duty to save the people through forced evacuation. In Navitas, Albasa and Badio barangays of Numancia, Aklan, Cpt Cuaton together with his men evacuated initially about 2, 536 residents ...
The coolest looking Ferrari on the streets of Ilo Ilo, Panay Island, Philippines @ Pavia Plaza
As Canada's Disaster Assistance Response Team completes its mission, let's take a look back at their journey from Trenton to Panay Island in the Philippines.
Mariz there is a disease in panay island too called lubag or dystonia,
For DMATs going to Panay Island. Contact and for local needs assessment.
Jed Patrick E. Mabilog shared the following link and had this to say about it: MOLO DISTRICT PLAZA Gepl Iloilo Photography DISCOVER... PANAY ISLAND by Hawili Hurom
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Was that an earthquake magnitude 4.8 in Antique, Panay Island Philippines.
SUMMARY OF RELIEF MISSION ACTIVITIES Nov. 13,-16 (after Son’s wedding on the 12th, I left for Panay Island with a couple for relief mission. (Distributed Rice @ Bay-ang, Batan, (hardly hit area by typhoon.). Assisted preacher whose house collapsed including their chapel...
Idk dear maybe in panay island boarder also! :)
WWII CAPIZ: JAPANESE FORCES 1 December 1943: At 0757 arrives at Capiz Bay, Panay Island, and departs from there at 1432. Source:
WE just came back from Trenton to welcome the 300 members DART (Disaster Assistance Response Team) that just arrived from their mission to help out in the Typhoon Area of Panay. Their reports said that they cleared 130 km of roads in Panay Island, treated 6,500 victims, distributed 25,000 lbs of food and 500M liters of potable water. They were welcomed by a group of Filipinos at the Trenton airport. This was through the invitation of Jason Kenney's office.
After a month's volunteering in the food distribution in Panay Island, finally I wil be back in Davao today. Thanks Panay for the experience
Our latest field report: Meeting Immediate and Long-Term# Health Needs on Panay Island
We raised £112,036 to date! As we approach Christmas, ADRA continues to help the people of the Philippines affected by super Typhoon Haiyan that struck last month. The two-month emergency project that ADRA started a month ago continues to support communities on Panay Island through assistance with clean water, food packs, hygiene kits and shelter. Last week, ADRA distributed food packs to families in three more barangays / villages: Atiplo (239 families), Batobato (255 families) and Pawa (355 families). ADRA was one of the first organisations to respond on the island of Panay where there were many unmet needs caused by the typhoon. Recently, ADRA has assessed the needs in Tacloban, and although there are many other organisations working in that area, there are still many unmet needs. In the new year, ADRA is planning to set up a base in Tacloban and partner with other NGOs and UN organisations to ensure the needs are also met there. As well as meeting the immediate needs of the people during the emergenc ...
To pick up Marcel Sauder and Jeremiah Peters (Swiss Citizen) to join the relief operation @ Northern Iloilo, Panay Island.
This week the UNITED SIKHS team when deep inside the province of Crossing Lias in Binotucan, Panay Island and...
Rotarians and friends of Disaster Aid Australia Please find attached our latest update on our ongoing work in the Philippines Stage 1. The rebuilding of 500 homes will be complete by the end of December Stage 2. The rebuilding of an additional 500 homes will commence in January 2 Skyhydrant water purification systems are up and running. 10 Skyhydrant water systems are on their way to Malaysia lead by DART Keith Robbins. We hope to rebuild 2000 plus homes and install 30 Skyhydrant water systems in the Philippines by end of February. Your continued support will make this happen. Please give if you can. Thank you. We go on rebuilding homes – and lives – in the Philippines. And, as you will read later, we are now also working in Malaysia. We supply 'home repair kits' and are now literally in the business of 'project management', working with the locals, other NGOs ... and, our friends in Rotary. We will be there into 2014 but only with your help. What you have given in response to, firstly the earthquake ...
from Embassy of Canada in the Philippines Home for the holidays. The first group of the Disaster Assistance Response Team returning to Canada boards a Royal Canadian Air Force CC-117 Globemaster III aircraft at Iloilo International Airport. The DART team recently completed its mission in Panay Island, Philippines.
Excited to go home tomorrow. Yes, Panay Island na pod ta ani after 2 weeks of vacation with my Beloved Family back to work again as what we called TEACHING MINISTRY. Good bye Gensan muna.
Typhoon swept away villages and destroyed livelihoods across the northern coastal towns of Iloilo province in Panay island. The photos show over 900 families in the remote island villages of Manipulon, Longinot and Bayas in the municipality of Estancia receiving food kits from ACF International. The food kits contain 30 kg of rice, 20 cans of sardines, 30 packs of noodles, 2 kg of sugar and 1/2 kg of salt. Getting aid to survivors in these island group was not easy. Photos by Lyziel Ampo/ACF International
Canadian Army DART Commander Lt. Col. Walter Taylor explains that he has learned what is 'Bayanihan' when he works in Panay island and Capiz in particular. He also lauded the people's warmth and generosity here.
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Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Reeder vows for the continued collaboration and support of Canada to the Philippines, particularly the people in Panay island who were affected by typhoon Yolanda. He also lauded the people's resiliency.
As of 16 December 2013, Canada's Disaster Assistance Response Team in Panay Island, Philippines has: - produced approximately 493,346 liters of purified water available for distribution; - treated 6,525 medical patients; - delivered approximately 230,485 pounds of food and 10,325 pounds of shelter and building materials on behalf of non-governmental organizations; - delivered approximately 59,536 pounds of humanitarian assistance goods on behalf of local authorities; - and cleared 131 km of roads.
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Liaison Officers: an effort in synchronization and cooperation Since Typhoon Haiyan (locally called Yolanda) made landfall in the Philippines, causing many deaths and a huge number of injuries, approximately 300 Canadian Armed Forces members from different units and squadrons in Canada have been deployed to the Philippines with the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART). These professional members are trained and ready to carry out emergency relief operations for 30 to 90 days, depending on changes in the situation, which is assessed on a daily basis. DART mainly consists of its headquarters, a logistics platoon, an engineer troop, a medical platoon and a defence and security platoon. The different components are supported by the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). Its main mandate is to offer immediate stabilization measures to compensate for deficiencies until civil authorities are able to provide people with longer term assistance. DART does not work alone. It co-operates with local authorities and non- ...
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Lord willing, on January 2-9, a relief mission team from Guam will head to Tacloban, Samar, Cebu and Panay Island to send help for some congregations affected by the super typhoon Yolanda. It is good to see more relief mission teams from Churches of Christ in the Philippines helping rebuild chapels and houses of our brethren in Visayas. Keep up all your good works brethren! We hope that the Guam & San Antonio relief mission team will also contribute something for them especially for church use. God bless us all!!!
Beloved FILCACS Brethren and supporters across Canada and International, our first Anniversary will be on March 15 (Saturday), 2014 with one day conference with a Theme: "EQUIPPING THE AMBASSADORS FOR CHRIST" for the Enlargement of God's kingdom. The venue will be in Saskatoon from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. We are expecting minimum of 100 dynamic and courageous Ambassadors of Christ. We will also add directors in 2014 and coordinators in different Cities and Towns. My beloved co-Ambassadors for Christ, based on the prediction and prophecy, between 2014 and 2017 there will be something to happen. FILCACS are serious to do her Vision of Re-establishing God's Kingdom (Matt. 6:10), and her mission to be one of the vigilant Watchman in our respective places. Jesus is coming very soon and we need to dismantle the works of the devil in our area of responsibility (Jer.1:10). Some of FCA's (Fellowship of Christian Assemblies) Ministers in Saskatchewan are coming to this one day conference. Please Mark your calendar on t ...
Off from Panay island in 2 hour. Cant sleep ! I cant help shopping when I start to do it. lucky , got some few-stock items which cost were reasonable for me.
Start of Final Panay Island Trip for 2013 in 23 hours...
I salute the local church pastors who have significantly filled the gaps in the distribution of international and national aids. These pastors, though mostly survivors themselves, organized themselves into municipal and provincial disaster response networks. They pooled their scarce resources and maximized their respective capacities to serve the people in their communities irrespective of religious affiliations or political alignments. They are committed to stick with their communities as they all rebuild their lives together. International aid agencies will come and go. Many political personalities will soon be done with their photo-ops while handing out a couple of kilos of NFA rice to the survivors. But these local spiritual leaders will walk with their people in their respective communities. My life will never be the same after being touched by these local spiritual leaders from Leyte, Samar, Northern Cebu, Mindoro, and Panay Island. Love. Faith. Hope. Integrity. Justice. Peace. Selflessness. Vision. ...
A short presentation of our experiences and moments during the Haiyan Relief Mission in Panay Island, Philippines. We hope for more to join us in support of this mission. Donate and sponsor a family at and edited by IMkiran Imåges, iMKIRAN
We now have a volunteer network with hundreds of people all over Panay Island. We made cooperation with a solid church. They been distributing directly with goods from several NGOs, but running out. We have every intel from local people and due diligence, Every info about where food is needed, medicine needed, material needed etc. What we need from you guys are relief good AND funding!
PIA-6/CAPIZ: Despite the gradual pull out of Canadian Army's Disaster Assistance Response Team, the Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Reeder assured the typhoon-affected areas in Panay Island of their continued support by pouring in development projects in the area. These include programs for the small fisherfolks, shelter projects and programs for children, he said.
Canadian Military Comes Thru Again Some Filipinos wrote this on the roof of their house in Roxas City, located in the extreme north of Panay Island in the Philippines, as a thank you note to the Canadian Forces for their contribution in the typhoon-ravaged country during 'Operation Renaissance 13-1'. This photo was taken Dec. 12. — Photo by: Mast. Cpl. Marc-André Gaudreault/Combat Camera
Rainy season is rice-planting season in the provinces. It reminds us of life in the farm as we know it especially in Panay island. This video re-lives our joyful experiences and colorful adventures of life in the farm. Watch & enjoy!
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Gisapot.ko!Gr.nagklase ko about d ten datus *** came n Panay island many years ago."who ruled d tn datus to Sinugbuhan? Datu Puti mam.ok,very good! "Who was Datu Puti? Mingaw way naningog.dn,one of my pupils answerd...Datu Puti is Suka!
Brief History An account by Demy Sonza, a noted Ilonggo historian says that archeologists believed that Guimaras Island was once a part of the Panay Island. Geologically speaking, the two islands are of the same age. Insofar as available historical documents can attest, the Pre-Spanish Ilonggos knew Guimaras as Himal-us. During the Spanish Era, the beautiful sceneries in the island struck the Spaniards headed by Gonzalo Ronquillo de Peñalosa who established the Spanish settlement in Arevalo. The verdant mountains of the island were covered with forest timbers for building purposes. The island is rich in limestone and has also has excellent hunting and fishing grounds. The Christianization of the people of Guimaras started almost simultaneously with that of Iloilo. For this purpose, the Spaniards organized the pueblocitos or villages of Nayup with San Pedro Apostol as the patron saint and Igang whose patron saint was Santa Ana. For a long time, these small villages formed a “visita” of Oton, Iloilo. T ...
The effects of the typhoon in Panay Island in the
The medicines donated by The Beautiful Heart Foundation from Brother's Brother Foundation for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda in Panay Island.
Panay Island was one of those hard hit by Typhoon Read how families here are coping: http:/…
Friday November 8th, 2013 Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) enters the Philippines as the strongest storm ever to make landfall in recorded history. Yolanda exits the Pacific Ocean and smashes into the islands of Samar and Leyte, later we will learn that the 12m storm surge will devastate the areas around Guian and Tacloban, leaving thousands of dead and utter devastation equal to a tsunami. Northern Cebu, Panay, the islands of Antique and NorthernPalawan follow as Yolanda leaves a path of destruction before exiting the Philippines on her way towards Vietnam. The relief effort takes off slowly but once the scale of thecalamity becomes clear the help gathers momentum. In the Sulu Sea to the southand west of the world famous island of Boracay lie a cluster of remote islands far from their home municipalities. Concerned residents mount a fact findingtrip to Antique on Panay Island. Its 5 days since the storm; it quickly becomesclear that there has been extensive damage and that the people need urgent help. Back in Bo ...
Thank you friends for all the messages and concerns during this past week! If you really feel like donating to the the victims and survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan, you can most certainly go through Red Cross online or other major lines of fundraising and donation. Also, my father is a member of the Knights of Columbus and his fellow friends living in Iloilo City, Panay Island have been collecting proceeds, mobile phone chargers, etc. to those in need throughout The Visayas region. If you are interested and feeling charitable, message me within FB, LINE or Skype and I'll give their address. Checks, batteries and mobile phone battery chargers seem to be in need. Cheers! And much love!
hoping that the government will clearly perceive the real scenario in Panay Island that was tremendously devastated by super typhoon yolanda and our kasimanwa need an urgent help and assistance as well... let us all be united to convey our message and be heard... ILONGGO, CAPIZENO, AKEANON, KARAY A were victims as well... Cïndy Ézräh, Janet Labis, Tonnette Gregore Manuel, Rosemie Pastulovic, Rose Ann Rendon, Cherry Jacobo, Lorie Jacobo, May May, Elizabeth Icoy Lacson
. * 1,526 families in 5th District evacuated * Telco signals down; report gathering slow By REYSHIMAR ARGUELLES ILOILO — The super typhoon “Yolanda,” considered the strongest typhoon to have hit the planet this year, ripped through this province yesterday, displacing thousands of families and destroying houses. At least three were killed. Intermittent heavy rains and powerful winds caused power interruptions and electronic communications failure, hampering the collection of reports from various local governments units to disaster management centers and news media in Iloilo City. Hardest hit by the typhoon was the northern part of the province, according to the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) stationed in the capital city. As of 6 p.m. yesterday, some 5,686 families all over the province have been evacuated, the PDRRMC said. “Yolanda” made a landfall on Panay Island at about 1 p.m. It made a fifth landfall in Concepcion town — packing winds at 215 kilometers p ...
Kawasima Co. Ltd. (Selling Wall Papers)in Tokyo uses “Kamism”. I use kami in Romaji or かみ in hiragana. If using Chinese characters 紙、神、髪, it means paper, god, and hair etc. All are pronounced as kami. If I keep a kami world, it includes 紙神 (paper and god). Venture business is an interesting challenge. Not much going on in Japan. Being rare, it could be bringing you 100 times salary? My case, being rare life, but my salary was almost zero, and 100 times is still zero. Alunsina Handbound Book is making blank books. Nadja and Enan started in 2009 as a venture business? By chance, on Sept. 23, 2013 Gawani, James and Nadja visited Poking. Gawani and Nadja are classmates at UP Diliman? Nadja gave me a newly made miniature blank book (1x1”?) in Coptic bound? I asked her, did you make any miniature books with text? No, she said. Can you make it, if I can print text in 4 pts. and give the pages? Yes, of course. And the first miniature book with texts will be made during Gawani & James' ...
LOT FOR SALE: Location: Villa de Mavalor, Rosario, Batangas Size: 200 sq.m. - (2 land title @ 100sq.m. each) A.S.A.P - Hilly type and 10 minutes drive near the Town of Rosario. It is strategically near the Tombol Hill that naturally moderates the Gusty Wind during typhoons - Close to all well-known malls like Shoemart and Robinsons. It is also near exclusive schools like La Salle; bank and business transactions for OFWs like Cebuana, M Lhuillier, LBC, Mercury Drugstores; and fast foods. - 30 minutes drive to any scuba diving resort -Batangas is a well-known place for scuba divers with one of the best fish sanctuary you can find in the Philippines. Batangas was proclaimed to be the center of the Marine Biodiversity. - 20 Minutes drive to Batangas Port- the gateway and the key port of CALABARZON. It is considered as the strategic entry point of Luzon and Visayas. With its port catering to international containers and a RORO Boat Facility (Roll on- Roll Off for land travelers) going to Boracay and Panay Isla ...
WEEKLY OUTLOOK (Issued by PAGASA) Issued at: 7:00 p.m. 11 October 2013 Valid until: 5:00 p.m. 18 October 2013 Today until tomorrow (October 11-12) the expected landfall and movement of Typhoon "SANTI" over the Northern and Central Luzon area will bring stormy weather and rough to very rough seas over Metro Manila, Rizal, northern Quezon including Polilio Island and over the regions of Cagayan Valley, Ilocos, Cordillera and Central Luzon. Meanwhile, Cavite, Batangas, Laguna, northern Mindoro including Lubang Islands, rest of Quezon, Marinduque, Camarines provinces, Catanduanes and Calayan and Babuyan Group of Islands will have rains with gusty winds with moderate to rough seas. Panay Island and the rest of Luzon will be cloudy with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms while the rest of the country will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms. "SANTI" is also expected to have already crossed the landmass of Northern Luzon by Saturday evening. By Sunday (Octob ...
5PM | WEATHER TONIGHT: The rest of Luzon and Panay Island will be cloudy with light to moderate rainshowers (cont)
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Ilo-ilo Trivia No. 2 The Arroyos are from Ilo-ilo, immortalizing their roots by building the "Arroyo Fountain" right in the "0" point of the Panay Island Is roots to the first Shipyard Union Home to one of the Oldest Pier used by the Portugese and Spaniards in the 16hundreds. Pansit Molo and Molo soup is originally from Ilo-ilo, Molo.is a district of the city. Bacolod is only 50min from tje city using fast crafts. Arthur's Suits of famous designer Art de la cruz is here. Lapaz batchoy is original in Iloilo, La Paz is a district of the city. Approb na talaga si Manong Raffy, our learned driver... in english pa!!!
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Concepcion coal plant starts construction BY SAMMY JULIAN, Panay News, Oct 11 ILOILO – Palm Concepcion Power Corp. (PCPC) has commenced the construction of its coal-fired power plant in Concepcion town. Atty. Mark Gorriceta, PCPC spokesperson, said although on-site works are still limited, off-site activities are now in progress like the manufacturing of the steam turbine generator which will come from Alstom Europe. Everything is on time, he added. Excavation, road widening and clearing operations are continuous. “On-site heavy works are still pending because we want to wait until the rainy season ends,” said Gorriceta. “We have already calculated the number of typhoons coming in the country until December but expect to see major heavy work activities starting November.” Residents of Concepcion will be given priority in job hiring, even as Gorriceta noted that their EPC contractor will be the one to choose the workers in coordination with the local government. “We have coordinated with the mu ...
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see you on Monday DepEd Region 6. I am now ready to conduct my dissertation entitled: "Self-confidence, Readiness for Leadeship Role, Work Commitment and Elementary Teachers' Performance in Panay Island"
what does DENR havw to show for enjoying those sumptuous meals? Can't see green mountains in Panay island.
PIA-6/ILOILO: DENR 6 RTD for Forest Management Service Livino Duran reported in today's meeting of the Regional Multi-Sectoral Forest Protection Committee in Western Visayas that the agency has already hired the services of some 85 forest guards from the ranks of RPA-ABB in the region in support of the peace negotiations with the group. Of the 85 hired, 42 are in Panay Island & 43 in *** Occidental.
One NPA rebel killed in heavy fighting with Army troops in Capiz in Panay Island
Culasi villages get solar lamps Five barangays in the town of Culasi in northern Antique are recipients of ten solar lamps from a non-government organization. These villages are San Vicente, Flores, Tinabuan, Osorio and Simbula. They serve as the entry and exit points to Mt. Madia-as - considered the sixth highest mountain in the Philippines and the highest in Panay Island. It is situated at about 2,117 meters above sea level and very ideal for trekking and mountain climbing. A group of mountaineers, Akyat Pinoy Mountaineering Society headed by Bambi Reyes from Manila, is the latest donor of 10 solar lamps. Earlier, these barangays also received solar lamps from Antique Federation of Non-Government Organization and Barbaza Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Although these villages are already energized according to Antique Electric Cooperative, some residents still cannot afford to have their homes electrified, thus, these solar lamps are very beneficial. Culasi Mayor Joel Lomugdang expressed the town’s gr ...
Our goal is for the people of Panay island to break the chains of oppression and rise up as one. I hear you are lookin for able bodied
Photos from Herald Cantre Bebis's post in NO to MINING in ANTIQUE & PANAY ISLAND
$VLL expands presence in Aklan - VLL continues expansion with new Panay Island projects in Iloilo, Antique,...
THE LEGEND OF MARAGTAS/MARIKUDO. The name Marikudo is entwined with the history or legend of Panay. It is said that long long time ago ten chieftains from Borneo arrived in the Island of Panay on board a boat called balangay to escape their tyrannical ruler. Like the story of the pilgrims in America, they are said to be be the founders of precolonial Philippines. Panay's version of the American Indians were the Aetas whose leader was Marikudo. The Borneans negotiated with Marikudo for the purchase of Panay costing one golden “saduk” or "salakot." Some contend that it was actually a ”saduk” full of gold. Marikudo’s wife Maniwantiwan was given one golden necklace. And so the question is asked: What happened to Marikudo and the Aetas since they no longer own Panay? It is said that they retreated to the forest. Bad deal for these early Pinoys. And, by the way, the purchased land was divided by the chieftains into Panay, Antique, Aklan and Iloilo. Now the people in that region celebrate the yearly A ...
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What is the difference between panay island and switzerland. panay has four provinces switzerland got four and transportation by land air is commonly implemented why can't we philippine government cannot do some railway transport linking all over four provinces to have an easy access to all four provinces?
Catch an all new episode of TEN tonight at 7:15pm only on AXN! Jason goes all the way to Panay Island!
To those greeted me on my birth Day, my family, common friends, and my FB friends, thank you so much, I spend my Bday w/Cong. Alejano, Lt Badecao, Top Joe Seguira, and Beth Cambel, Nag tour of Panay Island kami, conducting orientation and oath taking of Samahang MAGDALO, Is t free tour all over Iloilo and Provinces.
October 7-8 , Tobacco Advertisements and Sponsorships Validation of Iloilo City ( down comes the posters /billboards!!), October 16- March in support for keeping our children from second hand smoke, October 21-24- MPOWER Youth summit in Smallville 21, October 22-23- 35 mayors / vice mayors of Panay Island to do forum in Smallville 21 in how to vie for the Red Orchid award. full month.
Photos from Lhester John's post in DISCOVER... PANAY ISLAND by Hawili Hurom
Slow down, look around, and appreciate--there are better ways. The Arroyo Fountain is kilometer 0 of Panay Island. The fountain, named after the former first gentleman's grandfather, was built in the American colonial period and has become one of Iloilo's most synonymous icons. Recently, a proposal of a city official has met staunch opposition from some heritage advocates and officials--citing that it's removal would be synonymous to removing Rizal Monument to Manila, and Magellan's Cross in Cebu.
1910s[edit] The Moro Gulf (not indicated) is the deep embayment of the south coast of Mindanao facing the Celebes Sea. A magnitude 7.5 quake struck Northeastern Mindanao on July 11, 1912. Damage and high intensity were experienced by towns of La Paz, Bunauan, Veruela and Talacogon in the Agusan Valley area where intense ground shaking, liquefaction, widespread landslides and river/lake seiches occurred.[5] 1940s[edit] An intensity VII earthquake struck Luzon, mainly Isabela on December 29, 1949. Starting at 11:05 a.m., it lasted for 2 and a half minutes. The damage was moderately destructive, causing landslides and sea waves capsizing boats. It also caused fissures that spit out black water. The intensity ranged from IV to VII throughout Luzon.[6] 1960s[edit] A magnitude of 7.3 quake struck Casiguran, Aurora on August 2, 1968 at the depth of approximately 31 km. It was considered the most severe and destructive earthquake experienced in the Philippines during the last 20 years. 270 people were reported de ...
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MORE INFO ABOUT PHILIPPINES/PILIPINAS (Read below) Philippine history, many argue, did not begin with the coming of the Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. Rather, it began in the 13th century, when 10 datus from Borneo, each with a hundred of his kinsmen, landed in what is now known as Panay Island in the Visayas. Yet, it was Magellan and succeeding expeditions from Spain, who put the Philippine archipelago on the map of the world. The intrepid Magellan was dubbed as the discoverer of the Philippines after he landed in Homonhon Islet, near Samar, on March 17, 1521. He was later killed in Mactan Island of Cebu in a clash with native warriors, led by a chieftain named Lapu-Lapu. The Philippines was a prize catch for Spain which, at that time, was locked in a fierce struggle for world colonization with Portugal. The archipelago, named Filipinas for Spain's Philip II, was composed of 7,107 islands and islets spanning 1,854 kilometers from north to south. The Philippines, also a window to the New ...
" ., so much happy to meet some of my fellow Ilonggos here in Manila., whether they came from Iloilo,Bacolod and the rest of Panay Island and even some other parts in Mindanao whom they used Hiligaynon is their main/secondary language., yung feeling kasi na you feel at home ka pag naririnig mo ang kinalakihang linguahe mo., :) very very nice .,"
Thank you Lord for letting me enjoy the beauty of Panay Island for 3 months...Thank you to all Secondary School Heads and Teachers for your generous assistance during answering, distributing and retrieving of my questionnaires. :-). May the Good Lord bless you all! Antique, Capiz, Roxas City, Aklan and Passi Divisions..done!
‘Laswa‘ s an Ilonggo dish.From Western Visayas,that covers panay island and *** occidental.not just ***
Finally done circling round the whole Panay island. Now onto other business.
DTI sees Roxas City as ‘Logistics Hub’ of Panay Island By Jose Arsenio Quinzon, GTP Roxas City could well be the “Logistics Hub” of Northern Panay, said Department of Trade and Industry Capiz Provincial Office (DTI-Capiz) director Ermilinda Pollentes. Because of the strategic location of the province of Capiz in the northern portion of Panay Island, Pollentes said the goods coming from Luzon area (such as Batangas, Romblon, and Masbate) to Visayas are efficiently brought to their desired destinations thru the Roll-on, Roll-off (RORO) services. “We can see now that warehouses servicing Northern Iloilo, Aklan and Boracay within the city are proliferating, an indication of a good economy,” said Pollentes. Pollentes said that last February and March, two Dutch consultants came to the province for a master plan of the logistic route within the province that was signed recently by Congressman Tony del Rosario, Capiz Governor Vic Tanco and Roxas City Mayor Alan Celino. She also said that the provin . ...
LOOK! SINONG KASAMA NAMIN! ISA SA PINAKA SIKAT SA DOCTOR NG DOH,,POWER IT'S ALL GOOD! IT'S JINGA TIME! DOCTOR JOSE A.CRISANTO III.Dr. Jose A. Crisanto III Having a strong advocacy for a healthier Philippines and a healthier world, Dr. Crisanto served as a Rural Health Physician in townships of Balaoan and Bacnotan, La Union; and as a General Surgeon in various medical missions sponsored by the DOH in Metro Manila, Southern Tagalog Region, Leyte, Bicol, Ilo-ilo, Mindoro, Panay Island, Samar, Zamboanga, and Tawi-tawi. He also served and practiced in New York City, USA for almost twenty (20) years. Now, back home with his countrymen, he joins My Jinga Juice Inc. in its vision for a heathier society.
Remembering Our Great Grandfather: Gonzalo " Lolo Lalong " Salinas.Behind the Surrendering of the No. 1 Fugitive of Panay Island..." They call it OTO "... Oto: The folk hero of Maasin The Panay phase of the Filipino-Amnerican War began on February 11, 1889 and ended in the middle part of 1901 upon the surrender of Gen. Martin Delgado, Gen. Adriano Hernandez, Gen. Leandro Fullon, Col. Quintin Salas and other prominent leaders. By the end of 1901, there was no more “ilustrado” revolutionary leader of note left in the field. Yet, despite the capitulations and subsequent accommodations of prominent ex-revolutionary leaders in the U.S. government, peace was not attained in Panay after 1901. The reports of the U.S. War Department, the Philippine Constabulary which was organized in August 1901 to campaign for the maintenance of peace and order in the archipelago, and the Governor of the Province of Iloilo from 1901 to 1904 show that the expectation for peace was illusory. Resistance to the Americans dubbed a ...
BARBAZA MUNICIPAL PROFILE FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF THE MUNICIPALITY IN THE PROVINCE     Barbaza  is an agricultural community and coastal community with 11 coastal barangays  that make it self- sufficient for rice being one of the top ten rice producing municipality in the province with an annual production of 6,300,000.00 kilograms and 60% of it is for export,thus contributing  to the provonce’s rice surplus.Like wise , it is self –sufficient in fish and marine products.It is also a big potential for tourism and has rich fishing grounds due to its vast coral reefs.  Barbaza is strategically located halfway between San Jose and Pandan which makes it an ideal place for travelers to drop by, eat and relax, likewise tourist going to Boracay Island using the Iloilo – Antique road may also be encouraged to patronize the refreshment parlors once the commercial activities booms along the national highway.Situated along the Philippine National Highway linking the four provinces  of Panay Island and being a ...
Taken at carles ILoILo , island of panay, Western Visayas...
Just visit a couple of island here in Panay. You?
Any water resource engineer would like to work on all or any of the jobs we have listed. Our interests about anything that concerns the Philippines is more suited as a travel agent for guiding a tourist to see some interesting sites in the country. Without enough number of "likes" on this page, we would like to change our name as a consultant to any travel agency to take them to interesting sites in the Philippines. These sites are: (1) The Banaue Rice Terraces (2) Palawan Island and Its Underground River (3) Chocolate Hills of Bohol (4) Mayon Volcano and Legazpi City (5) Subic Bay and Mt. Pinatubo (6) Panay Island, Cebu Island and *** Provinces (7) Davao City and the Gulp of Davao (8) Manny Pacquiao and the General Santos City (9) Laoag City and Ilocos Norte (10) Vigan City and the Simpson Zoo (11) Baler Bay and the surfing paradise (12) Laguna de Bay and Its Great Fragrance (13) Boracay Beach, snorkeling, boating, fishing excursion, kayaking, water skiing, etc. (14) Babuyan Islands (15) Aparri City a .. ...
DO YOU KNOW? In the Senate, only three senators are addressed as lawmakers from Panay Island: Senators Franklin M. Drilon (The good senator from Iloilo), Miriam Defensor-Santiago (The lady senator from Iloilo) and Loren Legarda (The lady senator from Antique).
Legarda in Panay Island to Distribute Geohazard Maps, Conduct IEC on Disaster Preparedness -
Ati-Atihan Festival The Ati-Atihan Festival is a feast held annually in January in honor of the Santo Niño (Infant Jesus), concluding on the third Sunday, in the island and town of Kalibo, Aklan in the Philippines. The name "Ati-Atihan" means "to be like Aetas" or "make believe Ati's." Aetas were the primary settlers in the islands according to history books. They too are the earliest settlers of Panay Island where the province of Aklan is situated. The festival consists of tribal dance, music, accompanied by indigenous costumes and weapons, and parade along the street. Christians, and non-Christians observe this day with religious processions. It has inspired many other Philippine Festivals including the Sinulog Festival of Cebu and Dinagyang of Iloilo, both adaptations of the Kalibo Ati-Atihan Festival. History A 13th century (c.1200 A.D.) event explains the origins of the festival. A group of 10 Malay chieftains called Datus, fleeing from the island of Borneo settled in the Philippines, and were grant ...
PIA-6 *** OCCIDENTAL: The New People's Army announced in a statement that they are requiring candidates who will be campaigning in their so-called NPA territories to secure permission from their duly authorized revolutionary committees. 3RD Infantry Division Maj.Gen. Jose Mabanta debunked existence of so-called NPA territorities in *** Oriental and Panay island.
Asking the opinion of Jon Daryl Luy Sausa for our next movement towards Western Mindanao, he talked back and said: "ay, d na lang ko mag escuela, cg na lang ta balhin... am losing all my friends."
This is fresh from Hawaii to Panay Island! Wohoo.
PNoy to launch JRMP as flagship project   By Lydia C. Pendon   Iloilo City – The importance of the Jalaur River Muti-purpose Project (JRMP) to the people of Panay Island will take centerstage as President Benigno Aquino III will personally launch the P11.2 billion project at the provincial capitol in Iloilo City on Thursday, February 21.   A flagship project of the Aquino administration, JRMP is the biggest government project in Western Visayas partly funded by the Eximbank of Korea. The project aims to prop up the agriculture sector here and pave the way for other allied industries in the region.   Aside from irrigating an additional 35,000 hectares of farmlands in Iloilo, JRMP will also supply an additional 35,000 cubic meters of bulk water supply per day and augment some 6 to 8 megawatts of power.   Ilonggo Senator Franklin M. Drilon said that JRMP will be completed before the President’s term expires in 2016 and is expected to prop up the local economy long ignored by the past administrations ...
You rock us in Iloilo! The Enriquelicious loves you. Thanks for visiting the Panay Island. :)
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Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. Learn to cook this dish through our video.
While traveling back to Davao City from General Santos City, a flood of memories rushed in. About this time last year, I totally missed out my scheduled trip to GenSan because I and my group were stranded for 3 extra days in an island up north. But this weekend, I had the opportunity to go back to GenSan and to Lake Sebu. It has been six long years since the last time I visited that mountainous town and a lot of changes had occurred. But its charm still remained.
PLACES OF INTEREST Mount Kanlaon The most imposing landmark in the island of *** and one of the most active volcanoes in the Philippines. At 2,415 meters above sea level Mt Kanlaon has the highest peak in Central Philippines. Experienced climbers consider this a "major climb, with a difficulty level of 7/9, and trail class 2-4" [1] One of the attractions of Mt. Kanlaon is the Sudlon waterfalls and Margaha Valley, the volcano’s former crater, which is located just below the base of the present-day active crater. Makawiliwili Ridge Also known as the “Saddle in the Sky”, the ridge is located between two mountain peaks almost 8000 feet above sea level, and frequently used by scientists and climbers as vantage point in observing the two craters of Kanlaon Volcano. Mayon Zigzag A portion of the highway from the junction of Barangay Bagawines where the road ascends in a zigzag, affording a changing panoramic view of the blue waters of Tañon Strait and the island of Cebu, and hugging the foothill dwelli .. ...
i am so much enjoy for the first time joining the fun run of Philhealth Fun Run held in SM Iloilo City last sunday together with my Cardbank Family here at panay island...This is one of my experience that i can always be remember...
I'm just about to leave Manila and head south to the island of Panay. This island, part of the Visayas region of...
has just arrived from seaweed collection trips and a long winding coastal road trip along Panay Island), stayed at Paon Beach Resort, Estancia and Crown Regency Hotels and Resorts, Boracay Island.enjoyed and kilig much.he he he...pero kapoy gid
Video of dumog, indigenous wrestling of Antique, Panay Island, Southern Philippines:
Let me share you my short escapade during my trip to Guimaras Island. It is located at southeast of Panay...
So I'm leaving on monday. Will be exploring panay island for 4 days.
MORNING NEWS (PANAY NEWS) Probe Semirara mine collapse, gov’t urged . Iloilo City — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources – Mines and Geosciences Bureau (DENR-MGB) was urged to investigate Wednesday’s collapse of a coal mine pit in Semirara Island, Caluya, Antique. “We should find out its cause,” Sen. Francis Escudero, chair of the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources, said yesterday. The investigation should look into any possible violation of environmental and safety regulations that may have resulted to the accident, he said. “The (DENR) should immediately look into the incident, particularly since Semirara’s operations are considered large-scale and should have all the safeguards installed in it to prevent any accident, primarily cave-ins,” said Escudero. Seven people were confirmed dead in the accident. Three have been rescued from what was called the Panian pit. A section of the west wall of the pit collapsed at about 11:55 p.m. on Wednesday, according to En ...
To my amazing North Polers, Bingbing Bautista, Ana Marie Tan-Du, Mabel Academia, Jackie Bernardo, Ean Portes,..Thank you once again for a delightful merienda-cena, after dinner drinks last night, always feels so good to be with you, Cheers to A meaningful Friendship.
uber congratulations and good luck to the Panay Island expedition team! break a leg (figuratively) !! 😜
Done in loboc island...we're on our way to panay island nw.
On the previous Sunday I went with Fr. J. who celebrated Mass on the island of Panay, where he spent his early years. Panay is reachable only by a boat which seats about 10 people. With my balance problem, getting in and out of the boat was a challenge. Fr. J. does not want his name used as he was back in the Philippines only for two weeks and could not possibly visit everyone he knows. Mass is celebrated on this small island only occasionally, and it was quite a celebration as it was the weekend of the church's patronal feast, St. Blas or Blaise. After I had had two meals -- within about two or three hours -- I was watching kids play basketball. They invited me to take some shots. My lack of basketball skills provided considerable amusement for the youths of this small island.
Former Sen Jamby Madrigal tells Panay News that her second mother is an "Ilongga," says she is looking forward to (visiting) Panay (Island.)
GABRIELA says events in several towns of Panay Island for the whole day estimated crowds total 16,000 risers!
The basic footwork is similar to the steps used in a waltz: You move around the floor by stepping to the side with your left foot, then moving your right foot next to your left. You finish off this series of three movements by tapping your left foot on the floor. Repeat this sequence of steps, this time beginning by stepping to the side with your right foot. Spins are another fundamental element of carinosa. They take up the last two bars of an eight-bar sequence. If you're the male half of the dancing pair, you either fold your hands behind your back or put your hands on your hips. The best way to think of this modified hands-on-hips pose is to make sure your thumbs point inward toward your waist and your knuckles rest on your love handles, even if you don't have them. If you're the female, hold your skirt up a few inches off the floor by taking each side of your skirt between your thumb and forefinger. You can either do two turns, one for each three-beat bar, or one turn on the first three-beat bar. For ...
BAG ONG BAHIT NGA BALITA Just received information of a cave-in at Semirara coal quarry. People buried alive 30 feet below surface. Dead not yet extracted as of this time. Let media and NGOs be aware to prevent whitewashing. The evils of mining and the unscrupulous administrators who don't care about safety and environmental degradations. So where is responsible mining in all these? MUYA KABAY ANG GUSTO NINYO MATABO MAYOR INTSIK? ANO MASABI MO?
Four people were confirmed dead while many remained buried following a landslide at the Semirara coal mine in Antique early Thursday.
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Panay News, February 14, 2013 ‘Terminate VFA with US’ BY PRINCE GOLEZ MANILA – The government has been urged once again to terminate the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States. The unrestricted use of US drones and trespassing on Philippine waters are “clear violations of the country’s national sovereignty,” said Gabriela party-list representatives Luz Ilagan and Emmi de Jesus. They cited the grounding of a US minesweeper on the Tubbataha Reef and the recovery of a US-made unmanned aerial vehicle or drone recovered on January 6, 2013 in San Jacinto town in Ticao Island, Masbate. It was a BQM-74E Chukas III target drone normally used in reconnaissance missions by the US military and capable of delivering payloads and conducting surveillance operations A New York Times article reported that an American Predator unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, fired a “barrage of hellfire missiles” in the jungles of the Philippines in 2006. The drone strike was an attempt to kill Indonesian ...
we had so much fun today...we went island hopping in El Nido, Palawan...amazing place.so beautiful, we had so much fun...we did snorkelling, swim on the beach, had lucnh in a private island...etc.etc.it's worth coming here...
Panay News, February 13, 2013 Iloilo City gears up for two big events BY GLENDA SOLOGASTOA Iloilo City – This city is staging two big events this week – the 41st Iloilo Paraw Regatta Festival with highlight on February 17 and the Chinese New Year on February 10 with the highlight on February 15. Celebrating the Year of the Water Snake, the Chinese New Year celebration theme is “Unity in Diversity.” Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Panay Inc. (FFCCCIPC) President Ramon Cua Locsin is the chairman of the 2013 Chinese New Year celebration. February 10 was the exact date of the Chinese New Year. However, in this city, the official celebration is on Friday, February 15. There will be a grand cultural parade and program, Chinese Food Festival and pyrotechnics display. On Monday, the Ilonggo-Chinese community here offered a Chinese New Year Mass at the Sta. Maria Parish Church. There was also a distribution of gift packs to 5,000 poor families sponsored by FCCCIPI at the ...
King Philip II's Leyes de Indias (Laws of the Indies) mandated Spanish authorities in the Philippines to educate the natives, to teach them how to read and write and to learn Spanish. However, the latter objective was well-nigh impossible given the realities of the time.[2] The early friars learned the local languages and the Baybayin script to better communicate with the locals. Although by royal decree the friars were required to teach the Spanish language to the natives, they reasoned that it would be easier for them to learn the local languages first than trying to teach Spanish to all the population. The Spanish missionaries established schools immediately on reaching the islands and wherever they penetrated, church and school went together. There was no Christian village without its school and all young people attended. The Augustinians opened a school immediately upon arriving in Cebú in 1565. The Franciscans arrived in 1577, and they, too, immediately taught the people how to read and write, besi ...
Next trip to the Philippines, after Ati-atihan fiesta, a road trip around the island of Panay, and hop over to Bacolod. . Real reason to get my Iloilo and Bacolod SBUX mugs. . someone special told me, it is not as special or fun, unless you get it yourself.
Ma-oa 26 January 2013 I caught a taxi who persuaded me to take me all the way to Buenas Aires mountain resort for 500p, the theory being 100 to jeepney station + 50 to BA + 200 motor trike the other side. He started off at 800 and really wanted 600 (he put the meter on after getting 200 for petrol for the trip, which actually read near 600 when we actually arrived; you don't do a taxi driver very often). Now the Bible said the BA had dorm beds for 200, and I'm sure they did but wouldn't give me one, I had to buy a 4 bed cabin for 800 but was nice enough. That afternoon I walked a about 5 km to Kitpot falls and guess what, they were closed. How do you close a falls; well apparently the viewing platforms were under construction so after an orange juice at the local where all the family sat and watched me drink it and one woman asked me where I was going. " kitpot falls". "closed" she said, "thanks, i know". So I walked back and really enjoyed the exercise . and it want raining. The reason I'd gone to BA is ...
BY PRINCE GOLEZ Manila Reporter   MANILA — Panay Island is an election battleground because of its over a million registered voters.   In fact, the senatorial slate of the Liberal Party for the May 13 mid-term elections considers the island made up of four provinces a key campaign area.   “Any area with one million voters or more can be considered a battleground,” Cong. Erin Tañada, spokesperson of the administration slate, told Panay News.   The provinces of Iloilo, Aklan, Antique and Capiz make up Panay Island.   Iloilo alone has 1.26 million registered voters as of 2010, according to the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB).   To woo the Ilonggos, the administration party candidates will be in Iloilo City next week.   “We believe the Ilonggos will support the candidates of Team PNoy,” Tañada told Panay News.   The campaign period for the senatorial and party-list candidates officially starts today.   Under Commission on Election (Comelec) Resolution No. 9385, the campaign ...
BY HERBERT VEGO   TODAY — or annually every February 11 — is a holiday in Panay Island in commemoration of the assassination of the late Evelio B. Javier, a former governor of Antique.   Between then and now, 27 long years have passed. But the date February 11, 1986 has been permanently etched in history books as a prelude to the fall of President Ferdinand Marcos and the rise of President Cory Aquino in the People Power Revolution of February 22-25, 1986.   On a personal level, as an already practicing journalist in that era, I retain a memoir of that historical nugget that remains so vivid I can briefly “replay” it here for posterity.   It seems providential that February 11, 1986 was also my first day of duty as the Iloilo City-based stringer of Reuters, the world-renowned British news agency. It was a part-time job which would provide me “piece work” income: No accepted story, no pay.   There was a reason why a regular Reuters reporter, Casiano Mayor, had recommended me to his British ...
Today we commemorating the 27th death anniversary of Evelio Javier, former Governor of Antique, Ateneo Law School graduate and a Harvard scholar. His assassination fueled the People Power Revolution on February 22, 1986. is Gov. Evelio Javier Day- special non-working holiday in the four provinces of Panay Island. 7601
"Dumog," the indigenous wrestling of Panay Island and *** Occidental, in Southern Philippines, being played here during the religious fiesta of Belison To...
BORACAY STN 2 :3days 2nights at Veli's Inn Boracay - HIGH DEC 01-MAY 31, 2013 ( 959 ) Description Boracay is accessible by plane and boat from Manila and Cebu City via Panay Island. An alternative route is a boat ride from surrounding islands around Panay, Mindoro, Tablas/Romblon. Highlight : "We know the value of service. That's why we at Veli's Inn has committed ourselves in bringing you the best accomodation for you and your family, and enjoy the bliss of the island paradise that is Boracay. Our competent rates, cool ambiance, and dedicated service is the perfect complement to Boracay's pristine crystal blue waters, warm weather, and incomparable hospitality. So come to Veli's Inn: Your Holiday Place in the Islands." Inclusions: 3days 2nights accommodation with daily breakfast, Boracay Island Hopping Tour with lunch and roundtrip land and boat transfer (Kalibo-Hotel-Kalibo) + Roundtrip Airfare MNL-Kalibo-MNL. Package Exclusions: Any kind of personal expenses or optional tours/extra meals ordered by the ...
Evelio B. Javier was born to Everardo Autajay Javier of Hamtic and Feliza Bellaflor of Culasi on October 14, 1942 in Barangay Lanag (now Evelio Javier), Hamtic, Antique. Evelio later on married Precious Bello Lotilla of Sibalom, with whom he had two sons, Francis Gideon and David. A true achiever, h...
Feb. 11 is local holiday in Panay Island
It's Evelio Javier's Day here in Panay Island.He had been chased and assassinated in the restroom.From that time, February 11th was declared as official holiday to commmorate his death. I'll be going to Guimaras Island today, anyway.
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TODAY is the death anniversary of Antique Gov. Evelio. Javier. He offered his life to restor democracy during Martial law under former Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos. Non working Holiday in Panay Island. HAPPY HOLIDAY.
Joseph Haw The best things in life are free...tomorrow is a non working holiday in the island of panay.free rest day esp. for the AdI HS students, teachers and parents who had a great family day today...after you rest, treat yourself with a free movie at Cinematheque Iloilo--Iloilo Spring Festival. Screening Schedule: 1:30pm Space Dream; 3:30pm Golden Times; 5:30pm Jasmine Women. All with English Subtitles. This project is made possible by the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies, The Chinese Embassy in the Philippines in cooperation with Film Development Council of the Philippines.
Anininhun sa FB, IT'S MORE FUN IN ANININHUN, Bag-ong Antiqueño, Antiqueno, ANTIQUE 2013: ANG HANDUM KO BAG-ONG PULITIKA, PULITIKA KANG PAGBAG-O, NO to MINING in ANTIQUE & PANAY ISLAND, Ibp Antique Chapter, Kinaray-a Youth Movement for a New and Progressive Antique, these are the reasons why I am campaigning for Teddy Casino. He will never let the Filipino people down. He is pro-people, pro-farmer, pro-worker, environmentalist, anti-large scale mining, And, he hails from Aklan. So aren't we be proud that we have another Senator from Panay? Amo ra mga kasimanwa, naga apila guid ako kaninyo, to support Teddy Casino!
The Dinagyang Dance Showdown and Street Dancing Competition (Ati Grand Parade and Competition) is one of the main highlights of the Iloilo Dinagyang Festival. It is a competition among tribes with warriors donned in striking attires that reflect the ingenuity, craftsmanship and artistry of Ilonggos dancing in impressive choreography. The festival, while it pays tribute to Sto. Niño, traces its roots to the mythical barter purchase of Panay Island by 10 Borneas datus from Ati King Marikudo during the first half of the 13th century in Brgy. Sinugbuhan, San Joaquin, Iloilo. The festival has evolved into a grand religious and cultural event, made big by the working together of the triumvirate – Iloilo City Government, Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Inc. and the San Jose Parish Placer. Various activities have already been integrated to add color to the celebration. The Ati contingents that will join Dinagyang Festival 2013: Angola Aninipay Atub-Atub Buntatalan-on Ilonganon Milagrosa Miro (Guest) Molave Pag-asa ...
bons DX SB DX @ ARL $ARLD006 ARLD006 DX news ZCZC AE06 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 6 ARLD006 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT February 7, 2013 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD006 ARLD006 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by NC1L, QRZ DX, The Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. UGANDA, 5X. A large group of operators are QRV as 5X8C until February 18. Activity is with six stations on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, and PSK. QSL via F1NGP. JAMAICA, 6Y. Yuri, VE3DZ will be QRV as 6Y2T as a Single Op/All Band entry in the CQ World Wide WPX RTTY contest. QSL to home call. PHILIPPINES, DU. Chris, OE9MON, is QRV as DU6/OE9MON from Panay Island, IOTA OC-129. Activity is holiday style on 160 to 6 meters. His length of stay is unknown. QSL via LZ1JZ. HUNGARY, HA. Special event station HG66MALEV is QRV until march 31 to commemorate the former H ...
Feb 8 is the happiest day of my Life! I will never forget this day.. Thank u Lord.. :D
Good news! The Boracay Women Producers Coop in cooperation with DA Region 6 AMAD & Panay Organic Producers Association, Inc. (PANOPA) announce the launching of the BORACAY SAFE FOOD MARKET on Feb. 14, 2013 at Malabunot Bay, Manoc Manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan. Now we conquer the best beach in the world, a world class destination and the Philippine's Top Tourist Destination!
Enjoyed the whole day of fishing @ Lulu Island got 6 Kgs of Bugaong and some Sheris and Tanige (King Fish).
HOBIE enthusiasts gather in Iloilo town for 1st int'l regatta Iloilo City — Hobie sports enthusiasts found the water and wind speed in Guimaras and Panay Gulf ideal for sailing as Hobie-16 sailors from all over the country and neighboring South East Asian countries recently gathered in Tigbauan, Iloilo for the 1st Anhawan International Regatta highlighted by the staging of the 14th Philippine Hobie Nationals and fun race. This year’s staging was able to entice sailors from Portugal and Spain who called the venue as a “sailing paradise” because of its good wind and nice beach. The Philippine Hobie Nationals gathered 11 teams of best sailors for the nine-race competition covering a one-mile distance that culminated on Sunday. The nationals category was won by Ridgely Balladares with crew Richly Magsanay of the Philippine Sailing Team while Mike Ngu and crew Lindon Pahayahay bagged the crown for the masters category. Prior, a fun race saw teams composed of sailors and non-sailors combined race on boa ...
Rotary distributes "Bikes for Peace" to San Remigio beneficiaries by: Margie L. Gadian San Jose,Antique, Feb 7 (PIA6)--- A total of fifteen mountain bikes donated by 10 Rotary Clubs of Muntinlupa (RCOM) to the Rotary Club of Antique were turned over to the 82nd Infantry Battalion, Alpha Company based in San Remegio town as part of the program "Bikes for Peace." The bicycles, prioritized to benefit conflict-affected communities in most need of alternative and cheap transportation is part of the more than 102 bikes donated for the Visayas and Mindanao areas. Panay Island got 46 and *** Occidental 24. It was during the Rotary Peace Festival on September 28 last year that the Armed Forces of the Philippines Peace Process Office Chief BGen Leo Cresente Ferrer and Maj. Gen Jose Mabanta Jr., Commander 3rd Infantry (Spearhead) Division who gave their commitment to transport the bikes using military assets. The bike donation is under the program "Edukasyon at Kabuhayan Para sa Kapayapaan." The Rotary Clubs woul .. ...
Senior Superintendent Juanita Nebran (left), chief of the Regional Police Community Relation, conducts inspection to established checkpoints of police stations in Panay Island.  In this photo, Nebran checks the checkpoint sets by Senior Inspector Herman Celiz, Jr. (center), deputy chief of Iloilo City Police Station 2 at Burgos St., Lapaz Iloilo. Also in photo is Police Officer 1 Jerry Garcia of RPCRD assisting Nebran. (Photo by POI Mary Grace U Calzado)
Spanish Expeditions to the Philippines The Magellan Expedition Your Ad Here Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese in the service of the Spanish crown, was looking for a westward route to the to the Spice Islands of Indonesia. On March 16, 1521, Magellan's expedition landed on Homonhon island in the Philippines. He was the first European to reach the islands. Rajah Humabon of Cebu was friendly with Magellan and embraced Christianity, but their enemy, Lapu-Lapu was not. Humabon wanted Magellan to kill Lapu-Lapu while Magellan wanted to convert Lapu-Lapu into Christianity. On April 17, 1521, Magellan sailed to Mactan and ensuing battle killed Magellan by the natives lead by Lapu-Lapu. Out of the five ships and more than 300 men who left on the Magellan expedition in 1519, only one ship (the Victoria) and 18 men returned to Seville, Spain on September 6, 1522. Nevertheless, the said expedition was considered historic because it marked the first circumnavigation of the globe and proved that the world was round. Jua ...
SICOGON ISLAND DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT INTRODUCTION Boracay, by far, is the most endowed holiday island in the Philippines. Its popularity is comparable to the most successful destinations in Asia Pacific and the Carribean because of its beaches that are considered among the best in the world. Sadly, its environs have been degraded by the development that took place in it and reversal at this point would be very difficult physically, financially and politically. Sicogon Island, located in the same latitude as Boracay, similarly possesses long stretches of beautiful beaches in yet unspoilt surroundings. It is singularly owned by one corporation and ready to welcome the right form of development. SICOGON ISLAND Sicogon Island is part of the municipality of Carles in the northernmost part of Iloilo. Iloilo covers the entire eastern shores of Panay Island which, together with the islands of *** and Cebu, constitute the Western Visayas region in the Philippines. Aside from its own airstrip, Sicogon Island ...
During the year 1898 the Philippines was proclaimed as Independence. Almost of us do not know what does the meaning of the symbols of the Philippine Flag. As a Filipino we must know what does it mean... WHAT KIND OF FILIPINO ARE YOU IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THE MEANING OF SUCH SYMBOLS? Maybe we can ask, "What does the three stars mean in the Philippine Flag?" According to the Original Declaration of the Philippine Independence in 1898, it is the geographical islands which compose of Luzon, Panay Island and Mindanao but instead of Panay Island it was change to Visayas. The three stars aims to unite the separate people and its culture into one nation. What does the white triangle mean? It is the distinctive emblem of katipunan by means of blood compact that was inspired by the Filipino people to rise a revolution. What does 8 rays of the sun means? The 8 rays of the sun represents the different provinces who revolted against the Spaniards like Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Tarlac, Cavite and Pam ...
P60-M town hall inauguration today San Jose, Antique — The newly built municipal hall of Sibalom, Antique will be inaugurated today. The three-storey building, which costs P60 million, is one of the most modern edifices in Antique, if not in Panay Island. It has about 20 rooms, which will accommodate all municipal government offices. It was designed by Engr. Dante Nebit, while is construction was contracted by Engr. Maxnell Sentina. Sibalom Mayor Joel Occena invited residents to witness the historic inauguration of the new municipal hall. Expected guests during the inauguration are former Las Piñas congresswoman Cynthia Villar, Gov. Exequiel Javier and his son, Cong. Paolo Javier, and other local officials. (PNA) (PANAY NEWS) ~Angel~
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Location Roxas City is situated just east of the north-central coast of Panay Island with geographic coordinates of 11°35' N, 122°45' E. Its boundaries are: the Visayan Sea to the north, the municipality of Panitan to the south, the municipality of Ivisan to the west, and the municipality of Panay to the East. It is located 250 nautical miles (460 km) southeast of Manila and 135 kilometers northeast of Iloilo City(Regional Capital). Travel time to Manila is 45 minutes by air and 18 hours by sea.
Edgardo Ollet of NDRRMC on ANC: Re: Effects of ‘Quinta’ in Visayas - We are closely monitoring the effects of Tropical Storm Quinta. Right now, Panay is experiencing massive flooding. - The explanation in the pattern of the typhoons in the last months of the year, those were formed near Marshal Islands. Pablo is a full grown typhoon before it enters the country. - The challenge now is on how to bring the relief goods. - (Quinta making six landfalls) The typhoon is island hopping, but the effect on each island is different. Every island has different landscape and every people have different culture. This is one thing different from typhoon Pablo. - What we are monitoring now is the effects of this storm in Panay Island because this island has also suffered from the effects of Typhoon Frank in 2008. - The missing (due to Typhoon Pablo) may still be under boulders and rubble. Search and rescue will continue. We may not be able to find all missing persons.
Sig.all over Panay Island. Rains lashing down Iloilo City now. No power as well. Now, this is what you call a vacation! Be safe everyone!
Luzon - Visayas - Mindanao tour update: While I've posted my itinerary earlier - would like to give some Shoutout to some of my sponsors for this trip: Special thanks to: - ONG-BUN PENSION HOUSE for sponsoring my Panay Island / Iloilo Stay. Check them out at STARBOX / VICTORY CARTON, INC. - for graciously taking care of my 3-DAY CEBU - BOHOL stay - BUNGA PRIME RESORT in Cabucgayan, Biliran Island - for sponsoring by Biliran tour - JR SPEED - Mr. Edwin Go and Motorsiklo Xklusibo - for the solo 1 hr radio guesting slot on January 11, 2013
Photo: Bayluhay - a reenactment of the barter of Panay island, and thus the founding of San Joaquin...
Mabuhay from the Philippine Island of Panay. I hope you're always healthy and well as you go around the blogosphere.
Update (Dec. 13, 2012): Bicol, CALABARZON, and Panay Island will have cloudy skies w/ occasional light-mod rains |via
Bicol region, CALABARZON, Panay Island & the provinces of Samar, Mindoro, Marinduque & Romblon will be cloudy + rainshowers/thunderstorms.
Photo: over the ocean and a sunset over the mountains. Beautiful Panay island
ARLINGTON, Va. (Army News Service, Dec. 7, 2012) -- While many Americans know Dec. 7, 2012, as the 71st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, few are familiar with the role Gen. George Patton played in foreshadowing it. The Japanese Empire had been on the move in the Orient since its defeat of Russia in 1904 at Port Arthur, Manchuria. Next came the conquest of Korea, to be followed in World War I by the annexation of most of the German colonies in the Pacific; the Carolines, Gilberts, Marianas island groups, plus the German colony on the Chinese coast at Tsaingtao. The Japaneses urge to expand their empire throughout the Orient has been written about by such Americans as Homer Lea and Jack London prior to World War I and, most notably, by Gen. Billy Mitchell in the mid 1920s. Then in 1931, Japan openly invaded Manchuria to claim its rich natural resources. This was followed in July of 1937 by the infamous Marco Polo Bridge Incident which instigated the Second Sino-Japanese War. This was followed by a ...
‘PABLO’ SPARES WV 3,252 evacuees across Region 6 return home BY JEZZA NEPOMOCENO Iloilo City – While typhoon “Pablo” battered and left a trail of destruction in Mindanao, it spared Western Visayas. The death toll from “Pablo” (international name: Bopha) climbed to more than 200 people yesterday mostly in Mindanao, but in Region 6, specifically in southern Panay Island on the day the typhoon was expected to hit, a calm, sunny day welcomed the residents. There was “zero casualty,” declared Chief Supt. Agrimero Cruz Jr., director of the Police Regional Office 6. “Masaya po tayo at hindi nangyari ang ating inaasahang hagupit ng bagyo dito sa Western Visayas,” he stressed. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has lifted the public storm signals it raised on the provinces of Iloilo, Guimaras, Antique and southern *** Occidental. The Office of the Civil Defense Region 6 echoed Cruz’s statement that there were no reported casualties s .. ...
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Aklan History The written history of Aklan takes us back to the middle of the 13th century when ten Bornean datus, together with their families, fled the oppressive rule of the Bornean king, Sultan Makatunaw. In search for freedom, new lands and better fortunes, they left Borneo’s shore on a flotilla of balangays (ships) sailing northward. And one day, in 1250 (circa), they landed on the bank of the Sirwakan River near the present town of San Joaquin, Iloilo. Immediately after, Datu Puti, the leader of the expedition, came in contact with the Atis, the black-skinned, pygmy aborigines of Panay Island. The Ati king named Marikudo and his queen, Maniwang-tiwang, welcomed the newcomers. Datu Puti asked Marikudo if the latter’s people would be willing to move into the hinterlands and mountains in favor of the newcomers. An agreement was reached. The price for the land was a gold saduk (wide-brimmed helmet), a chain of pure gold necklace, and some gifts consisting of colored clothes, decorated arms, and fan ...
History of Capiz Province Migrants from Borneo are believed to have come to Capiz in Pre-Hispanic times and bought the land from its original inhabitants, the Ati. Capiz was settled by the Spaniards in 1569 making it the second Spanish settlement in the Philippines, the first being Cebu. Folk history recorded in the Maragtas by Pedro Monteclaro says ten Bornean datus landed at a site now known as San Joaquin town in Iloilo province. They purchased Panay Island from the Ati Chief named Marikudo, negotiated with the Ati allow them to settle along the coast in exchange for a golden salakot, basin and necklace. The Bornenans cultivated the land, and renamed the island Madya-as. They divided it into three communities: Irong-irong, Akean (which included the Capiz area), and Hamtik. Capiz is a province where legend and history merge. One enduring legend about how Capiz got its name goes like this: Balingangan, Datu Bankaya's eldest son, named his two territories "Akean" and "Kapid" in honor of his twin daughters ...
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04:50PM: Continuous moderate to heavy rains affecting and and expected to persist for the next 3hrs. Take precautionary measures against flashfloods and landslides.
28 towns and cities in Western Visayas 'high risk’'
Public Advisory: advance evacuation plan prior to actual typhoon hit in Iloilo City has been coordinated among barangay leaders and all frontline departments nd units of the Iloiloi City Government. Let us all unite both in prayer and in concerted action. The people united will never be defeated.
hi, lets offer a prayer for our kapamilya that will be affected by typhoon Pablo. thanks po
Heavenly Father,we are praying for the upcoming heavy rain that will strike the Philippines especially Panay Island, May u provide our needs to survive and protect us from any harm or damage that may occure, Bless each one of us and safe always. for this we pray Amen Please share thank you so much..God bless us all
10:40pm: Expect Moderate to Heavy rains over within an hour and which may persist for several hours.
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TUESDAY EVENING is potentially when Albay is nearest Pablo PAGASA: By tomorrow evening, it is estimated to be around 235km East of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur and expected to make landfall before noon on Tuesday over the northern portion of Surigao del Sur. After landfall it is expected to pass the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, *** Island and Panay. By Tuesday (Dec 4) evening , Typhoon Pablo will be in the vicinity of Iloilo City, and over Busuanga Island by Wednesday (Dec 5) evening. Pablo is expected to exit the PAR in the early morning of Dec 6 (Thursday). - - - MABILIS LANG PERO MALAKAS PAG DINAANAN KA. KUNG MATUTULOY ITONG ROUTE NG TYPHOON AS PREDICTED. PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR COUNTRYMEN IN THOSE AREAS.
Memorial Service for Pvt. Leonardo Longno Causing, a WWII veteran who serves as a USAFFE spy/agent in Panay Island during Japanese Occupation. I just witnessed a memorial service of a soldier who serve on his country during war and lived to tell about it. Thank you Anna Mandia for inviting me for a rare opportunity to witness this event. :) Copyright HGM Studios 2012.
History anay kita mga Banganhon. History Pre-Hispanic The history of Banga dates back to the 15th century upon the arrival in Panay Island of the Ten Datus from Borneo. While some sceptics considered the account a legend, Banganhons still believe that one of the rulers named Datu Manduyog, ruled over the area with his seat of government located in Bakan, the town's older name. His capital was at the foot of the Manduyog Hill that was named after him. Being a legitimate successor to Datu Dangandanan who ruled what was called Akean in the late 1390s, Datu Manduyog became the Akeanon ruler in 1437 and made Bakan the capital. Spanish Era Another version of Banga's history from Panublion cited that Banga's ancient site was the present location of Malinao. In 1792, the town transferred across the Aklan River to the foot of Manduyog Hill. Several prominent families decided to remain in the “old town”, which became a barrio and named Malinao after a placid tributary of the Aklan River. The families of Bernabe ...
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Excited for the ff days on the road: Davao tomorrow, Cantilan next week then Cebu, *** and Panay island
Do you know that Capiz Province has its own equivalent of the Sikatuna-Legazpi Blood Compact? Learn more about the history of "Panay Island and Capiz Province" from Capiznon History Professor Vic Villan from the University of the Philippines. He did a dissertation on Visayan history that would make Capiznons truly proud. If interested, please confirm attendance at ellen Slots are limited. The symposium is a joint undertaking of the Provincial Tourism Office and Pueblo de Panay Township.
Finally we have a international airport sa IloIlo,,,so no need to stay in Manila for a day!,,...Yeh
I am Proud being Ilonggo. Welcome to all OFW at Iloilo International Airport.
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Wow. I am so proud for my own place.. The city of love...Iloilo City... Gooo!! Iloilo International Airport serves Iloilo and the general area of Panay Island. The Iloilo Airport is regarded as one of the most modern airports
This is in the province of Antique, Panay island , close to Aklan, Boracay.
This view again today. Overlooking Sulu Sea and Panay Island.
cacao tree and fruits.grown in our frontyard...REAL chocolate is a cocoa paste made from cacao seeds...
In a few mins. We're gonna leave the island of Panay
TIDBITS OF HISTORY: IBP Election The election on April 7, 1978 to the Interim Batasang Pambansa (IBP) was the first national election under Martial Law. The IBP took the place of the former Congress of the Philippines. Where before Congressmen were elected by district, assemblymen under the IBP were elected by region. The voters in the whole region had to vote for all the candidates. The provinces in Panay island and the provinces of *** Occidental compose Region VI has sixteen candidates. In that election, all the candidates of the KBL won overwhelmingly in this municipality. Among them were the likes of Attys. Buddy Britanico, Niel Tupas Sr., and Arturo Pacificador. HOM/ENF
Thank you dear God for our safe trip in the Panay Island and our way back home. :)
InterAksyon.com The online news portal of TV5 MANILA, Philippines -- Army troops found an abandoned training camp of the New People's Army in the mountain barangay of Bucari, Leon, Iloilo. Major Enrico Gil Ileto, spokesman of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division, said the camp is believed to have been abandoned recently by NPA leaders in Panay Island after a clash in the same area that killed Private First Class John Philip Durana. Ileto said the camp was hidden in thick vegetation and trees and could be reached only after hours of walking from the nearest barangay roads of Bucari, Danao and Cagay. The camp had several foxholes, kitchens, three makeshift classrooms and a water source. Last month, soldiers also found two smaller camps. (Abigail Kwok, InterAksyon.com)
Another Boot Camp participated by 75 studenst and professors from Panay Island! Participating universities are UP Visayas, Aklan State University, University of Antique, Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College and Aklan State University.
A Gawad Kalinga's 350km Adventure for a Cause on Foot - from Panay Island to *** Occidental and Oriental
Grand Master Angel l. Blancia from Panay Island of Iloilo City Philippines with Carlito Lanada kuntaw, Narrie Babao Babiao ...
An American franchise Hotel located in the Heart of the City of ILOILO, Panay Island, Philippines
To all partners of GIZ especially the GIS staff in Region 6, there will be a GIS Viewer Orientation Workshop on July 12 to be held in Iloilo City for Panay Island participants and to be followed on July 13 in Bacolod City for *** Occidental participants. Please inform our partners also if you get this message. Thanks... Jerson - GIS Adviser
: 2 days from now, President Noynoy will again visit Iloilo City..We look forward to seeing and hearing from our President of the country, LP Chairman, our family friend and my good friend (stood as secondary sponsor during my wedding). He will be accompanied by the pride of Iloilo City, Sen. Frank Drilon (my God father) and the son of Panay Island, Sec. Mar Roxas (my God brother). My brother Committee on Justice Chairman, Chief Prosecutor Cong. Niel Tupas Jr. might also join him just like the last time he went here. Department Secretaries and other government officials will also be here for the 1st International River Summit and also to see the new projects implemented here. Let us warmly welcome our leader of the country..
Iloilo City Map -=- Iloilo City is the capital of the Iloilo Province and lies on the south coast of Panay Island...
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