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  • The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) will rebid the P326-million irrigation project in Aborlan, Palawan this September 2019 according to NIA Administrator Ricardo R Visaya. This is the Ibato-Iraan Small Reservoir Irrigation Project (SRIP).

    The said project is a zone earthfill dam with a reservoir storage capacity of 2.388 MCM which will irrigate about 860 hectares of farmlands in the four barangays of Sagpangan, Ibato, Iraan and Maligaya. The source of water will come from Ibato and Iraan River.

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    Super Typhoon Yolanda was one of the most powerful and strongest storms ever recorded which incurred the most devastating damages not just in the Philippines but in Southeast Asia. In our country, aside from Tacloban City, municipalities of Coron and Busuanga in Palawan were also heavily damaged. Around 360 hectares and 201 farmer beneficiaries were affected by the said typhoon. The total damage to irrigation facilities amounted to 10.5 million pesos.

    Farmer’s Point of View

  • Congratulations!

  • By: Aileen Vernice G. Bahia, Regional Office

    Quezon City - Sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon ay pinarangalan ang National Irrigation Administration (NIA) MIMAROPA Regional Office at Palawan Irrigation Management Office (IMO) sa naganap na ika-56 anibersaryo ng ahensya noong Hunyo 21, 2019.

    Ang NIA MIMAROPA ay itinanghal bilang Regional Office of the Year at ang Palawan ay Irrigation Management Office of the Year.

  • By: Aileen Vernice G. Bahia, Regional Office

    “He that planteth a tree is a servant of God, he provideth a kindness for many generations, and faces that he hath not seen shall bless him.” 
    ― Henry van Dyke

    The effects of climate change are very evident within the country. As an agency that contributes in fighting such phenomenon, NIA continues to conduct its Simultaneous Tree Planting Activity all over the Philippines.

  • By: Aileen Vernice G. Bahia, Regional Office

    Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro - National Irrigation Administration MIMAROPA clarifies the guidelines on the Republic Act 10969 otherwise known as Free Irrigation Service Act (FISA) during an orientation on May 21, 2019.

  • NIA MIMAROPA underwent the readiness assessment on the Quality Management System last May 8-10, 2019 for the upcoming ISO certification of the 3rd Party auditors. Said assessment was conducted by NIA Central Office Internal Quality Auditors (IQA): Engr. Eusebio Villamanto and Engr. William Cabigao.

    Various processes from the Planning, Construction, Design, Operation and Maintenance of irrigation systems, and Administrative and Finance were evaluated including the documented information for each process.

  • By: Daryle C. Camara, NIA Palawan IMO

    Puerto Princesa City - Bayani P Ofrecio, the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Consultant from the Office of the Deputy Administrator oriented 86 IA Presidents/Representatives of Irrigators Association about Republic Act 10969 or otherwise known as Free Irrigation Service Act (FISA) conducted by Palawan Irrigation Management Office headed by Engr. Conrado V. Cardenas, Jr. on April 30, 2019.

  • By: Aileen Vernice G. Bahia, Public Relations Officer A

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