MANILA – Empowering local government units (LGUs) to develop and implement post disaster rehabilitation and recovery plans and programs is crucial as they are in the forefront of recovery initiatives, said the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
The approval of the Common Legislative Agenda (CLA) for the 18th Congress by the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) Executive Committee (ExCom) is a welcome development for the country’s efforts to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic, said the National Economic and Development Authority, which sits as the LEDAC secretariat.
The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) sees the importance of expanding public transportation capacity and active transport support to provide mobility for employees going to their workplaces.
STRONGER NATIONAL, LOCAL GOV’T COLLABORATION NEEDED TO MANAGE RISKS AND PROTECT THE POOR AMID THE PANDEMIC – NEDA
The national and local government need to continue working together to manage risks and roll out the COVID-19 vaccines, said the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) launched the Updated Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022. This report remains anchored on the government’s zero to ten-point socioeconomic agenda and geared towards the achievement of our long-term vision: Isang matatag, maginhawa, at panatag na buhay para sa lahat. In addition, the Updated PDP responds to the emergence of new threats to the country’s growth prospects and guides the transition towards economic recovery.
His Excellency Daniel Pruce, British Ambassador to the Philippines; Mr. Antonio Gomes, Mr. Frédéric Jenny, and our partners from the OECD; Mr. Aladdin Rillo of the ASEAN Secretariat; Chairman Arsenio M. Balisacan and our colleagues from the Philippine Competition Commission or the PCC; colleagues from the government; I also see Dir. Gen. Belgica of the ARTA, our development partners; distinguished guests; a pleasant day or night to everyone wherever you are.
Q4 GDP CONTRACTION CONTINUES TO EASE, CALIBRATED REOPENING, KEY REFORMS NEEDED TO SUSTAIN RECOVERY MOMENTUM – NEDA
With economic performance continuing to improve from the peak of the quarantines in the second quarter to the last quarter of 2020, the outlook for 2021 is better. However, the recovery hinges on effective management of COVID-19 risks, a calibrated reopening of the economy, roll-out of the vaccine, and the speedy passage of key reforms, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said.
DOT Chief supports Negrense cookbook launch, vows continued support to thriving food tourism scene in Western Visayas
The Department of Tourism (DOT) in partnership with the Slow Food Negros Community, Negros Museum, and Provincial Government of Negros Occidental, on Tuesday (January 19), launched an 82-page cookbook entitled “Negrense Heritage Cooking”.
The Department of Tourism (DOT), in its Resolution dated 14 January 2021, finds the City Garden Grand Hotel (CGGH) in Makati City liable for the offense of gross and evident bad faith in dealing with clients/fraudulent solicitation of business or making any false, deceptive, or misleading claims or statements for the purpose of soliciting business from clients under Section 13.2 (c) of DOT Memorandum Circular No. 2018-03.
DOT celebrates Boracay and Palawan inclusion in Conde Nast’s 25 Best Island Beaches in the World list
The Department of Tourism (DOT) celebrates anew with the world as White Beach, Boracay and El Nido, Palawan place 2nd and 9th, respectively, in Condé Nast’s Traveler’s 25 Best Island Beaches in the World: 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards list.