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Building Schools in Bohol, Philippines

GOV. Erico Aumentado's convergence strategy targets to build 34 more two-classroom school buildings each year starting this year at only P780,000 each.
      Aumentado attributes the low cost of the project to the savings from the labor cost that the army shouldered.
the provincial government and the Department of Education (DepEd)
      Now on its phase 2 of the school building construction program, the Provincial Engineer's Office has programmed five more projects to be implemented from June to July, while two were started this month and two were done from March to April.
      In March the task force led by 1Lt. Polinar constructed a two-classroom school building in Cabul-an Island, Buenavista and the group of 1Lt. Macutay constructed another one in San Roque, Mabini.
      In April, the group of 2Lt. Sinoy started constructing the school building for Kauswagan, Trinidad, while the group of Major dela Cruz started the one for Tomoc, San Miguel, and the group of TSG Manaay t…

Bohol Governor Gets Good Rating in HNU Poll

Gov. Erico Aumentado who is now on his last term as governor continues to enjoy high satisfaction rating among Boholanos, based on the latest Bohol Poll conducted by the Holy Nme University Research Center.
During its presentation Tuesday, Gov. Aumentado registered an 82% satisfaction rating as far as his performance is concerned. Net satisfaction rating is high at +77 (five points lower than last year).
Vice Gov. Julius Herrera also enjoyed a net satisfaction rating at +51 (down by 10 points compared to last year). The high satisfaction rating of the governor came in tandem with the results that the Governor's Office topped the government offices where Boholanos said they were "Most satisfied" in terms of services. The office of Gov. Aumentado got 4% followed by the Treasurers Office (Loay) 3.7%, Mayor's Office (Loon) 3.5%, BIR (Loon) 2.7% and Treasurers Office (Pilar).
For the programs of the provincial government, the tourism promotion program topped the rating at +39…