At least 20 media practitioners from various outlets in the country paid a courtesy call to Iloilo City Mayor Jose Espinosa III at City Hall May 18.
The visit was part of the three-day Media Training and Fellowship Program 2018 that started May 16, and organized by Probe Media Foundation Inc.
The media practitioners assessed Iloilo City’s anti-smoking initiatives. Continue reading NATIONAL MEDIA LEARN ILOILO CITY’S SMOKE-FREE INITIATIVES
Newly-elected Punong Barangay Nestor Lobaton of Brgy. Desamparados, Jaro was the first village official to take his oath of office before Mayor Jose Espinosa III at City Hall May 15.
“I think one of the reasons why they supported me was because they have witnessed my performance in the past without any issue,” Lobaton said, noting he was on his last term as barangay kagawad.
He assured that he will continue to help his constituents. Continue reading FIRST BRGY. CAPTAIN TO TAKE OATH
Mayor Rex Gatchalian welcomes and hosts lunch for the team of Mayor Jose Espinosa III at the Iloilo City’s Study Tour in Valenzuela on April 13, 2018. Mayor Gatchalian informs Atty. Jose Espinosa III of the former’s wish to forge sisterhood partnership with Iloilo City. While Iloilo City came to see the best practices of Valenzuela on automation of business processes, Valenzuela aims to study how Iloilo City made the Iloilo River Esplanade a success story. Continue reading ILOILO CITY’S STUDY TOUR IN VALENZUELA
To provide more job opportunities to Ilonggos, the Iloilo City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) is conducting a job fair at Metro Supermarket Atria in Mandurriao from May 17-18.
A total of 40 local and international companies are hiring during the activity.
Hundreds of positions are available for fresh graduates and job applicants. Continue reading 40 FIRMS JOIN 2-DAY PESO JOB FAIR AT ATRIA
Mayor Jose Espinosa III warmly welcomed Iloilo Korean United Community Association President Moon Dae Jin and International Cooperation Director Kim In Yong during a courtesy visit at City Hall May 17.
The meeting broached ideas of bringing Korean media to the metropolis to cover tourism attractions for promotional purposes, lobbying for direct flight, and hosting of travel expo in a bid to attract more tourists. Continue reading ILOILO CITY EYES MORE KOREANS
Through its continuous effort in promoting children’s right to survival, development, protection and participation, Iloilo City Government was declared a recipient of 2017 Seal of Child-Friendly Local Governance with the highest score of 98% among cities in Western Visayas.
Iloilo City will then compete for Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Municipalities and Cities (PACFMC) in the country.
“Garnering a total score of 98% means the city was able to provide quality education, shelter, health and protection to children. I commend the Iloilo City Council for the Protection of Children and the hardworking Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC). They’re the ones who worked for implementation and compliance,” Mayor Jose Espinosa III said. Continue reading ILOILO CITY TOPS WV CHILD-FRIENDLY GOVERNANCE
Jessah Mae Octaviano (left), owner of the lost cellphone, claims it at the Iloilo City Customer Care Center (CCC) today.
Continue reading HONEST ILOILO CITY HALL JOB-HIRE RETURNS PHONE TO OWNER
Matawhay kag madinalag-on ang ginhiwat nga “Pag-ulikid sang Syudad” program sa San Isidro, Jaro sang Mayo 12.
Ginpangunahan ni Mayor Joe III ang paghatag sang libre nga serbisyo sa barangay, kalakip ang serbisyo legal, konsultasyon kag paghatag bulong, circumcision, gabot ngipon kag check-up, pagkapon sa ido kag kuring, pagpabakuna sang anti-rabies sa ido kag kuring, HIV testing kag libre nga sports equipment. Continue reading “Pag-ulikid sang Syudad, Pag-ulikid ni Mayor” Brgy. San Isidro, Jaro, Iloilo City May 12, 2018
Mayor Jose Espinosa III distributed on May 8 the Cash for Work Assistance to 79 families whose houses were burned by fire at Brgy. Benedicto, Jaro.
Of the recipients, 76 families with totally damaged houses received P5,600 each while the three families with partially damaged houses got P2,800 or a total of P434,000, as validated by the City Social Welfare Development Office. Continue reading 79 FAMILIES GET LIVELIHOOD AID