Caraga regional athletic meet 2016 results

PIA - Caraga Regional Office:

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Lasala of Phivolcs, the sudden shift of the majority of earthquake aftershocks towards Dinagat Islands is unusual as since there is no major fault located in the island province. Fourty-one aftershocks were already recorded with epicenters located near Municipality of Basilisa, San Jose and Dinagat. The recently recorded in this series is a 2. The Phivolcs team installed the earthquake monitoring device to further observe this unusual phenomena. The primary function of the device is to record sudden soil movement in the area in a period of time.

The device is equipped with a Geographic Positioning System GPS and other applications that are vital to the monitoring of any movement.

PIA - Caraga Regional Office: Tuesday, February 21,

The Phivolcs team will visit the island bimonthly to inspect and monitor the device. Phivolcs urged Dinagatnons to report any sightings of unusual cracks in the soil and be resilient with the aftershocks that will continue to occur. An expression of gratitude By Liza M. Eclar; likewise the highly capable and spirited CRAM Technical Working Group, to the support and willpower of the front-runners of the 12 participating divisions, provinces and cities.

More so, for the exemplary coordination in bringing together the people of the host province, city and divisions. Together, all have opened a new chapter of the sporting history of Caraga Region as well as showcased to the country the appeal as sports capital. The participation of all has promoted the spirit of solidarity. At this moment when the flame is about to extinguished, it is but fitting to give due credit and recognition to the inter-agency tasking deeply rooted from the strong leadership of Surigao del Sur Provincial Governor Vicente T.

From its opening salvo, to the daily sporting activities, all the people behind are in full gear to see to it that everything is in place. From this strong partnership, yields the excellence-motivated services of the people who worked in the field.

The whole CRAM endeavor reveals not just the sports aptitude of the young Caraganon athletes but as well as the nobility of these seemingly modern day heroes whose noble acts may not have been printed on books but are the best imprinted on the head, hand and heart of these promising athletes. Truly, the people who worked collectively behind CRAM are the wind beneath the wings of these determined athletes as they soar higher in their quest of fulfilling their sports potentials.

Receiving their medals and trophies, the CRAM partakers with special needs together with their coaches of Agusan del Norte expressed their happiness as they stood on the victory stand signifying their triumph in the different athletic events over the other 11 delegations despite their disabilities.

On the other hand, the special athletes from Siargao Islands ranked as over-all 1st runner up copping 15 gold, eight silver and 11 bronze medals while Cabadbaran City racked up eight gold, seven silver and three bronze medals, and landed as 2nd runner up.

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Dela Rosa added that the activities under the roadshow will focus on the importance of data privacy and improving data management across all its target sectors. It was learned that participants of said activity will have to pay P1, as registration fee to defray the cost on meals, snacks and kit. For more information, the DICT office can be reached at telephone number Agusan del Norte Division athletic delegation ranked 2nd with 40 Gold, 37 Silver, and 63 Bronze medals.

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A total of 12 schools divisions coming from the five provinces of Caraga Region competed in the annual event. Marlyn Pono said the total damage caused by the quake and its aftershocks reached P million. Pono said the damage to school facilities is estimated at P The damage to various provincial government buildings reached P Basic utilities like the electric power reached P7. The Caraga regional hospital was also affected by the strong quake with cost of the damage is P, while the damage on national roads and bridges was P During the recent press briefing, Governor Sol Matugas has ordered to fast track the distribution of relief goods to badly affected families especially in isolated communities where supplies remain scarce.

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She recommended that there should be a regular evaluation of public and private infrastructures such as buildings, bridges and other structures to ensure that they can withstand strong earthquakes and enjoined Phivolcs and barangay officials to determine open spaces for safe refuge when earthquakes occur and craft evacuation plans that would help the people find out the fastest and safest way to reach open spaces and other safe areas.

Matugas encouraged residents of the city and affected municipalities to remain calm and alert with the safety of their families as their primary concern because aftershocks are still expected. When asked why there is an aftershock and how long does it last, Phivolcs Science Research Specialist Jeffrey Perez said that aftershocks are normal after a strong earthquake and this could last for days or weeks.

Perez also said that a total of aftershocks were recorded in Surigao Norte, as of 4pm, Feb. Meanwhile, Provincial Social Services Office PSSO officer-in-charge Arlene Tongco appealed to those who want to donate that the priority needs for the earthquake victims are food packs, medicines, flashlights, tents for temporary shelter for evacuees in camps, financial assistance, portable generators, kitchen utensils, beddings, potable water and housing materials.

Tongco said volunteers for psychosocial needs and stress debriefing are also badly needed by the affected families. According to Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi also underscored the importance of policies that would streamline the permitting processes for energy projects, to ensure stable and reliable supply of energy to drive the economic activities in the ecozones.