November 09, 2016
Galing Pook, DILG-LGA target adaptive, innovative governance for child-friendly LGUs
Is your community a good place for children?
November 02, 2016
#25ANDBEYOND: LGA unveils two programs in bid to provide more effective governance training
MANILA, Philippines – After almost 30 years of service, the Local Government Academy (LGA) is still in the business of providing capacity development solutions to improve local governance in the Philippines...
October 26, 2016
#25ANDBEYOND: What moving out of the box means for the future of local governance
The Local Government Academy is celebrating 25 years of the Local Government Code by developing programs for the future...
October 17, 2016
Risk awareness, assessment key to better disaster preparation
The Local Government Academy continues to help local governments prepare for future disasters with a series of talks on risk assessment and analysis.
October 07, 2016
LGA and Spanish government join forces for disaster preparedness
Data is becoming more important in disaster preparedness, but are local governments ready to meet the new challenges?
September 27, 2016
New local officials to receive mentoring to enhance training
For newly-elected officials, a little mentoring can go a long way
September 07, 2016
New tools for new challenges: LGA to participate in UNDP workshop
MANILA, Philippines – Applying band aid solutions is easy. Finding real, lasting change is not. As the Local Government Academy (LGA) continues to assist local government units (LGU) in tackling many of the country’s most pressing issues, it is becoming more important for its staff to develop their problem analysis and program design skills...
August 18, 2016
L!STO continues roll-out, this time in Surigao del Sur
MANILA, Philippines – It is a hot spot for extreme sports enthusiasts, but lately, it has also been a destination for extreme weather. . .
August 18, 2016
Many powers, responsibilities ahead for governors – Lina
MANILA, Philippines – Newly-elected governors will not have to worry about being bored. As local chief executives of communities varying in size, population, and levels of development, governors must not only manage these areas, but also create a vision for long-term progress. “Your responsibilities are almost limitless,” former Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Jose Lina told the new governors. . .
August 16, 2016
LGOOs to learn policy development at new workshop
MANILA, Philippines – One of the expectations from government employees is that they know their way around policy, and with the new president prioritizing a shift to federalism, knowledge of policy is more important than ever. . .