About P10 million has been shelled out by the national government for the initial implementation of a road project that will connect the remote and upstream
Mayor Septemio C. Santiago said that travelling from Maslog to the nearest town of
“From the usual three to four hours by boat, it is expected to lessen about two hours of travel from the town center to the next town of
Maslog is a fifth class municipality and majority of residents depend on agriculture. Like other interior towns in
The mayor said the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP), in coordination with partner agencies has already conducted an information caravan with social services package from PAMAMA projects in Maslog.
Engr. Nida de la Cruz, chief of Operations Performance and Capability Development of the Department of the Interior and Local Government(DILG), said the information caravan was part of the social preparation program of the road rehabilitation project in Maslog.
The project forms part of the 42-kilometer road that will traverse the towns of Can-avid and Dolores. The 18-kilomer stretch will connect Dolores to Maslog.The project total cost is P446 million.
PAMANA is the government’s program and framework for peace and development in areas affected by armed conflict and communities covered by existing peace agreements. It seeks to reduce poverty, improve governance and empower communities.