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City Joins Civil Registration Month

The City of Victorias under the leadership of Mayor Francis Frederick P. Palanca through the City Civil Registrar Office conducts a Mobile Registration for Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates in celebration of Civil Registration MonthThis activity aims to bring civil registration services closer to the people, especially to those who are living in far-flung areas continue reading : City Joins Civil Registration Month

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Cong. Kiko Turns Over 115 Units Of Laptop To Public Schools District Supervisors

At Victorias North Elementary School, Congressman Jose Francisco “Kiko” Bantug Benitez personally hands over 115 laptop computers to Public School District Supervisors, Teachers, ALS Mobile Teachers, and IUs Schools of the 3rd District of Negros Occidental through his office, Bayanahan II, and Department of Education Funds. Also present were SDS Marsette D. Sabbaluca, CESO VI continue reading : Cong. Kiko Turns Over 115 Units Of Laptop To Public Schools District Supervisors

City Health Office Recognizes by Provincial Government

Province Recognizes City Health Office Efforts

Congratulations to the City Health Office, recognized by the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental and the Provincial Health Office for the following:* Race to End TB-Highest Accomplishment on Population Testing Rate for 2021* Functional Local AIDS Council, thereby, strengthening local responses against Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS)* Most Number of New continue reading : Province Recognizes City Health Office Efforts

DSWD Financial Assistance

300 Indigent Residents Receive Medical And Financial Assistance

300 indigent residents of the City of Victorias receive their medical and financial assistance from the Social Welfare and Development (SWAD) -DSWD facilitated by the Office of Congressman Francisco “Kiko” Benitez and the Local Government Unit of Victorias under the leadership of Mayor Francis Frederick P. Palanca through the City Social Welfare and Development Office continue reading : 300 Indigent Residents Receive Medical And Financial Assistance