The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA, R-10) has just announced the Top entries of the Regional Development Council-X
#UswagNormin Photo Contest! The entry which gets the MOST NUMBER OF LIKES AND REACTIONS will win the People’s Choice Award.
Note that only likes and reactions from the original post and not the re-shared post will be counted. Cutoff is until 23 September 2021 (Thursday) at 12:00noon.
Browse over them below. (Original link of the photo provided)
Title: “Life Goes On” Despite the chaos brought by the pandemic, Kylla Aniosa,16, guides her siblings joyfully reading a short passage from a video lesson as part of Brigada Pagbasa at San Isidro, Valencia City, Bukidnon. For her, learning is life!
Title: “Mulo sa Mag-uuma” The unheard voices of our brethren tilling soil echo in the horizon. As the pandemic injects fiasco, local farmers remained steadfast to survive and sustain lives of others. They are food warriors, wherefore, economic, social, and human development are tantamount to no one sleeps with an empty stomach
Title: “Buhay Dalampasigan” Sinisigurado ng mag-ama ang kaayusan at tibay ng lambat na gamit sa pangingisda sa Barangay San Antonio, Ozamiz City, Marso 27, 2021. Sa halip na takot at pangamba ang madama dahil sa pandemya, mas nangingibabaw ang bagong pag-asa at matibay na pagsasama na sa laot makikita ng mag-ama.
Title: “Building Identity” When everything became uncertain, Jumar, 27, found hope as a construction worker upon building the new municipal hall at Jampason, Initao, Misamis Oriental. Regardless of the pandemic, Local Government Unit-Initao never saw the current situation as a hindrance to stop the construction of the new face of Initao’s identity.
Title: “Oh My Gulay! Making Our Learners Healthy thru Plant-Based Nutrition in the Midst of Health Crisis” In these trying times, the teachers’ responsibilities are not limited in the classroom alone, but also these ones extend beyond borders. In fulfillment of the first two sustainable development goals set by the Regional D C, a program was initiated to help the undernourished indigenous learners to achieve food security with their families amid the pandemic. This teacher in Oroquieta City Central Elementary School was seen harvesting vegetables to be distributed to the learners and this shows how teachers give importance to the learners’ holistic development during these times. This initiative is very beneficial in coping with daily survival not just to the children alone but also to their families as well.
Title: “Savour Economy’s Saviour” Smoke-drying copra house at Apas, Initao, Misamis Oriental is one of the copra businesses that extremely contributes Initao’s economy over the years. As a Misamisnon, known to its coconut abundance, we may be challenged by the inevitable circumstance, but copra trading will still continue its service and lift our economy.
Title: “Build Build Build” Mr. Arnold Jariolne, a laborer, proudly points the working site he is currently employed, as the newly constructed municipal hall is in progress at Jampason, Initao, Misamis Oriental. Despite the pandemic, infrastructure development continue in order to cater local employment and could efficiently serve the community once building construction is done.
Title: “School at Home” Even at night time, the mother- daughter tandem explores the online platform in the new mode of delivering education at their home in Initao, Misamis Oriental. The student was able to continue her educational journey, uninterrupted amidst pandemic.
Title: “The Pandemic Heroes” Disinfection team of LGU CDO is seen disinfecting the roads as an initiative to stop the spread of COvid-19. Taken at Macapagal road going to Barangay Canitoan.
Title: “Sabwag sa Kaugmaong Henerasyon” A farmer in Sinayawan, Valencia, Bukidnon plants rice by means of “Sabwag” amidst the pandemic. Rice Sufficiency and ample food supply for the generations Filipinos is the battle cry of farmers and the government to this ever challenging times of pandemic.