Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Ohhthat! Change Feature: Galing Pook TV Series

Meron namang good news (sa LGU).  Time to spread it!
For this OCF, I would like to share to you The Galing Pook Foundation's Galing Pook Series.  Have you heard about it?  They have initially featured Marikina and Bohol.  For their 3rd Episode, they will be featuring Palma, Cotabato.  Watch how LGUs can construct Farm to Market Roads at a cost of P50k/km compared to DPWH's 1M/km!

Galing Pook TV Series Episode 3: PALMA, Cotabato
      Aug 6, 630pm on ANC
      Replays 10:30-11pm Aug 8, Thursday and Aug 11, 10:30-11am Sunday

The Galing Pook Foundation
Galing Pook traces its beginnings in 1993 when the first Galing Pook Awards was held. The Awards Program was a joint initiative of the Local Government AcademyĆ¢€“Department of the Interior and Local Government, the Ford Foundation, and other individual advocates of good governance from the academe, civil society and the government.

The Asian Institute of Management administered the awards program until 2000. However, the Galing Pook Foundation was formally established as a private awardsgiving body in 1998 to sustain the Awards program.

In its almost two decades of existence, Galing Pook has become a leading resource institution continuously promoting innovation and excellence in local governance. It proactively searches and recognizes best local government practices and facilitates their adoption in more communities in the country.
Watch previous Episodes at www.galingpook.org

On a side note: If you noticed lately, I've been featuring select activities or programs that contribute positive impact in our society as part of my personal campaign "to change the world one day at a time".  This initiative aims to spread the word to get more involve, and to spark new ideas and initiatives on creating change from my readers.   We do what we can, right?

Let me know what you think about this.  Or if you want me to feature your project (in school/ community/ CSR programs), feel free to email me at ohhthatbytin@yahoo.com.  Best if you attach photos too.  Can't wait to hear from you.


More of OCFs: 
Project Shoebox at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
Planning a Tree Planting Activity

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