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  • Writer's pictureMenchie Kinao

What are Cordillera's development plans for 2023-2028?


Baguio City, Philippines – Planning is an integral part of success, giving aid to an organization in charting a course for the achievement of its goals such that the Regional Development Council of Cordillera crafted its plans for 2023-2028.


Now chaired by Apayao Governor Elias Bulut Jr., the RDC committed to supporting and protecting Cordillerans by means of generating more income, and economic and social transformation, among others.

The initiative received praise from Presidential Assistant for Northern Luzon, ASec. Ana Carmela Ventura-Remigio underscored during the council’s second quarter meeting that the five-year plan “will form the foundations of a transparent and responsive local government that looks after the welfare of our indigenous peoples and cultivate an environment that is conducive to their welfare and development.”


Guided by the theme, “Together toward socioeconomic transformation for a prosperous, inclusive, resilient Cordillera region,” the specific plans will be launched Thursday afternoon, June 15 via Zoom and Facebook Livestream.


Those who wish to join the launching and discussion need to register through the link: bit.ly/CARRDPLaunch.

Despite the sustainable development duly outlined plans, Chairperson Bulut Jr. stressed the realization of the same, including achieving Cordillera autonomy, lies on the cooperation among stakeholders.


“It is essential to recognize that our collective efforts and partnerships are integral to the success of these plans and programs. Together, we can create an environment conducive to progress that will ensure a better quality of life for all,” stated the chairman.


He expressed appreciation to various agencies, local government units, regional leaders and the private sector for sharing their insights and experiences during the committee meetings of the development plans.

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