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Oro Dads accredit two CSOs

Two Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been added in the City’s list of accredited organizations qualified to become members of local special bodies.

The 20th City Council in its Monday’s regular session, presided over by Vice Mayor Bebot Rodriguez, adopted a resolution accrediting the Barangay Indahag Community Farmers Association (BICFA) and the Villamar Subdivision Homeowners Association, Inc.

The said accredited CSOs can now also avail of government funding for their respective projects.

BICFA is a barangay-based association whose objective is to educate farmers with the latest and modern farming technology, among others. It was organized on July 10, 2013, and duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Meanwhile, the Villamar Subdivision Homeowners Associ ation, Inc. was organized on May 12, 1995, and duly registered with the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development-Region X.

The legislations were reviewed and endorsed by the City Council Committees on Planning, Research and Innovation and People’s Organization Accreditation and on Laws and Rules respectively chaired by Councilors Ian Mark Q. Nacaya and Edgar S. Cabanlas.


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