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Barangay

In the Philippines, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a neighborhood.
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But the initial findings by a human rights probe team revealed that the four alleged NPA members were actually habal-habal or tricycle drivers sent by Del Carmen Barangay Captain Silpicio Abilida Mahinay to help soldiers wounded during the rebel-staged ambush in Barangay Del Carmen.
There is a certain awareness now in the barangay [village] about coastal resource management," says Barangay Captain Fernando Balidiong, of Alegria in Guimaras.
Gayo attributes the success of the barangay to the teamwork and cooperation of the Council and the incumbent Barangay Captain, Zenaida Torres.
Ador's career affords a glimpse of the skill with which the Marcoses cemented political loyalties, even among such minor clients as a squatter area barangay captain.
He has extensive experience with the local New Bataan peoples including IP's and non IP's and community groups and has 12 years of local government service as Barangay Captain, Councilor and Vice Mayor of the Municipality.
Rodrigo together with Barangay Captain Sabiniano S.
She added that walk-in farmers are likewise allowed to deliver their palay harvest up to 200 bags, bringing with them, however, a certification from the barangay captain stating the area cultivated and its yield.
On her part, Barangay Captain Nilda Gonzales concluded that the implementation of DILG-BuB project in their locality truly benefits the community especially the women and children.
The barangay captain of the area is supporting the endeavor and has been informed of the settlers who will affected.
Ingente, a 49-year old swine grower and long-time resident of the barangay, shared the barangay captain s sentiments.
Hicap said a security guard identified as Larry Sabado fired at Tolentino, who is also the Barangay Captain, and some village watchmen when they arrived at the place of the incident.
Ferrer (4th District, Negros Occidental), tasks the chief executive of the LGU to appoint the members of the national junior force upon recommendation of the school principals, barangay captains, or registered civil society and non-government organizations (NGOs).