October 10, 2017
LGA, Galing Pook to hold ‘Festival of Best Practices’ during Local Government Week
The 'Festival of Best Practices' will showcase innovative solutions to local governance issues
August 09, 2017
Coping vs adapting: Aetas face tough choices as climate threats creep in
The farming income of the Aetas are highly seasonal and vulnerable to typhoons, prolonged drought, and excessive rains
July 24, 2017
Visayas, Mindanao LGUs receive training on infrastructure assessment
Local officials from Visayas and Mindanao—learned how to identify which structures in their area can survive a quake
June 30, 2017
Inquirer, LGA partner for digital writing training
The Local Government Academy and the Inquirer Academy partnered to train personnel from the Department of the Interior and Local Government on writing for a digital audience.
June 20, 2017
LGA holds climate and disaster risk assessment training for Zambales officials, DILG, LGA personnel
To residents of Zambales, the threat of environmental disasters is never far from their minds.
June 14, 2017
LGA opens nominations for second year of awards for DILG employees
MANILA, Philippines – The search is on again for the Capacity Development Awards for Catalysts of Excellence (CapDev ACE).
June 02, 2017
Public service a dream for officer training topnotcher
"I believe that we all have a stake in public service and local governance", says LGOO V Jessa Marie S. Mendoza
May 26, 2017
‘Golden Batch’ produces 169 new DILG officers
Department officials urge the new officers to serve the people with passion and remain committed to continue learning
May 19, 2017
23 Luzon cities adopt localization of UN poverty reduction program
There will also be meetings for the Visayas and Mindanao clusters in the coming weeks. The Local Government Academy hopes to improve the lives of more than 3,000 families and capacitate at least 3,000 women through the project.
March 23, 2017
Local DRR officials approve association’s constitution, by-laws in first conference
MANILA, Philippines – One of the Philippines’ major challenges to coordinating its disaster risk reduction (DRR) efforts is its geography. Local DRR officials are looking to change that.