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  • Oriental Mindoro - NIA, particularly the Mindoro Oriental-Marinduque-Romblon (MOMARO) Irrigation Management Office (IMO), continues the campaign for the payment of Irrigation Service Fee (ISF) pursuant to Republic Act 10969 otherwise known as Free Irrigation Service Act (FISA). ISF refers to the charge or levy being imposed upon non-exempt users of irrigation water and services provided by an irrigation system.

  • Oriental Mindoro – The newly-appointed officials of NIA MIMAROPA recently took ceremonial oath of office before Deputy Administrator for Administrative and Finance Romeo G Gan via virtual conference. These officials are:

  • Occidental Mindoro - NIA Occidental Mindoro Irrigation Management Office (IMO) headed by Acting Division Manager Raymundo L. Calusin conducts test run of the newly-completed irrigation project on February 9, 2021 – the Cabagan Small Irrigation Project (SIP). The project was completed on February 6, 2021.

    Cabagan SIP is a P30.25-million project located in the municipality of Sta. Cruz which includes the construction of canal lining and canal structures. The project has generated an area of 200 hectares that will benefit 60 farmers of the said municipality.

  • Oriental Mindoro - NIA MIMAROPA welcomes the year with optimism and happiness as showcased in the NIA Aperture Optimism Board for the ushering on January 12, 2021. The activity is led by Regional Manager William P. Ragodon together with the Division Managers of Regional Office and Irrigation Management Offices (IMOs).

  • Cabinet Secretary Karlo Alexei B. Nograles and National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Top Management, Administrator Ricardo R Visaya and Senior Deputy Administrator Abraham B Bagasin join the virtual Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty (EPAHP) orientation in MIMAROPA particularly NIA Mindoro Oriental-Marinduque-Romblon Irrigation Management Office (MOMARO IMO) and Palawan IMO on November and December 2020. The said activities were attended by officials and members of various Irrigators Association (IA) and other stakeholders in Oriental Mindoro and Palawan.

  • As part of the commitment of the Irrigators Associations (IAs) to the Irrigation Management Transfer (IMT) contract with the National Irrigation Administration (NIA), IAs continue the management of irrigation systems despite the COVID-19 pandemic. These activities involve operation and maintenance (O&M) activities of existing national and communal irrigation systems in the region.

  • Oriental Mindoro - Ceremonial Turnover of Firearms led by NIA Central Office representatives and NIA MIMAROPA Regional Manager William P. Ragodon was conducted on September 10, 2020 at Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro. With them are Regional and IMO management. The activity aims to strengthen peace and security of NIA officials, employees, stakeholders and properties inside the office compound.

  • Oriental Mindoro - NIA MIMAROPA headed by Regional Manager William P. Ragodon distributes personal protective equipment (PPE) to Regional Office employees on September 25, 2020 following safety protocols.

    With him are Engineering and Operations Acting Division Manager Lowell L. Lozano, Administrative and Finance Acting Division Manager Kirsty Caroline M. Hernandez-Aceron, Mindoro Oriental-Marinduque-Romblon Irrigation Management Office (MOMARO IMO) Acting Division Manager Gerardo R. Perez and Occidental Mindoro IMO Acting Division Manager Raymundo C. Calusin.

  • Farmers benefit from energy-efficient irrigation projects in MIMAROPA. These projects are Magbay Pump Irrigation Project (PIP), Maligaya PIP and Armaca PIP in Occidental Mindoro, Isumbo PIP in Palawan and Cabugao PIP in Marinduque which are all solar-powered pump irrigation projects. Using sun as source of power, the projects are energy-efficient and there is minimal to no dependence on diesel and gasoline which are very helpful to farmers and the environment.