In terms of projects for the environmental sector, the provincial government has also set aside funds for the implementation of projects for environmental management.
“As a result of the newly-inscribed Mt. Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary as UNESCO World Heritage Site, our obligation impels us to uphold the value of such extraordinary natural heritage by closely coordinating with concerned agencies and stakeholders for its careful preservation,” said the governor.
As the provincial government is bound to launch Davao Oriental as a tourism destination, it has also set aside funds for the safe and scenic highway development. Aside from that, investments on programs that respond to Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation are also aligned.
Governor Malanyaon urged the support of partner agencies and organizations to the local government initiative set to bring development of the province.
“I am confident that with our local development initiatives, we have the full support of the national and regional agencies,” she said. (Karen Lou Deloso-PIO Davao Oriental)