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Sixty-four re-hired contact tracers in the province were capacitated by the DILG Antique Provincial Office on boosting contact tracing capacity in the new normal thru a virtual orientation, held on June 22, 2021.  

DILG Antique Provincial Director Cherryl Tacda said that the activity is a response to the CT’s need for a capacity development program based on the training needs assessment conducted in February 2021. 

She further explained that the activity aims to sustain contact tracing in the LGUs and break the chain of transmission, particularly with the reported entry of the new variant in the country. 

The results of the training needs assessment (TNA) tool developed by DILG Region 6 showed that DILG Antique CTs need to be updated with the updates and current trends on Contact Tracing efforts of the government; and conduct capacity development interventions that will improve the level of their confidence in doing their functions and duties. 

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ILOILO CITY - Heads of the national government agencies (NGAs) virtually convened to a conference dubbed as “Executive Conversation” on June 3, 2021.  In the said activity, DILG Regional Director Juan Jovian E. Ingeniero was given the privilege to talk on the Pandemic Updates on COVID-19 in Western Visayas being the head of the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force (RIATF) of Region 6.  It was the opportune time that the participants were enlightened about the current status of the pandemic that will serve as basis for decisions affecting their respective workforce.  

This is part of the aims of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) as the forefront in providing heads of government agencies with the latest information on civil service law, rules and jurisprudence; updates on the COVID-19 pandemic; and the salient features of management- employee relations to guide them in making effective decisions.