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Barangay

In the Philippines, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a neighborhood.
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While both barangays regularly access funds from the government, they also pursue fund-raising activities, or solicit support from generous residents for their various projects.
The initial contract will establish contained water pumping and distribution systems using WorldWater's proprietary "AquaSafe(TM) systems in 13 remote barangays (villages) with a cumulative population of approximately 14,000 people.
In another development, Alunday informed that KAELCO has still five barangays under its franchise coverage area that are not yet energized.
A total of 750 Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (BDRRM) and Philippine Red Cross (PRC)-Ifugao Chapter 143 Community Volunteers (PRCCV) from the 14 barangays of the town held their graduation rites last November 18 after undergoing training for one month.
Some barangays in this town whose residents have still to walk far just to get potable drinking water for their daily use will already be addressed as the Rotary Club (RC) of BiliranIsland in coordination with the Alternative Indigenous Development Foundation, Incorporated (AIDFI) and Agos project of the Coca-Cola Foundation vowed to implement the ram pump project in identified barangays of Naval.
PSWDO Digna Dalutag said recipients were 600 families in barangays Calanan, Tulyao, Amlao and Balawag in Tabuk City, 300 families of barangays San Francisco and Kinama in Rizal, 300 families of Upper Uma and Lower Uma in Lubuagan and 300 families of Balinciagao Sur, Magsilay and Dalupa of Pasil.
ACF Communication Officer, John Christopher Silvosa in phone interview informed, that 26 barangays in GenMac and 14 in San Julian were subjected for the project by providing each family-beneficiary with a P6,000.
As defined under the measure, barangay skilled workers registry refers to the database of all skilled workers who have registered their information and qualifications at the barangays where they wish to make their services readily available.
92 million pesos will be used to implement the Barangay Line Enhancement Project (BLEP) to improve electric services in 202 barangays (villages), while 589.
I helped the different women organizations in the different barangays in the liquor ban campaign and others.
Winrock has an Agreement with the United States Agency for International Development to support 160 barangays (communities) in the provinces of Tawi Tawi and Basilan, southwest of Mindanao, and WorldWater has been selected as a sub-contractor for an early assessment phase.
As of press time, more than 2,000 residents from 16 barangays have been enrolled by the IBA in the program.