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CHED Regional Director and SSCT President visit the soon-to-open Claver Extension College. 😍 Enrolment will start on July 30 and classes will begin on August 13. For in LGU Claver, promises arent made to be broken. #GarbonanClavernon For interested applicants as...

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National Disaster Resilience Month

The MDRRMO Claver with the participation of the Mining Companies’ ERTs, BFP, PNP, Claver National High School, Punong Barangays and their Emergency Responders and LGU Claver Officials celebrate the National Disaster Resilience Month with the theme:...

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FIRST SK CHAIRPERSONS REGULAR SESSION

Hon. Angelou Jess Y. Lagus, SK Federated President calls for a First Regular Session of all SK Chairpersons in the Municipality of Claver. The new set of Sangguniang Kabataan Officials convene and aim for the formulation of the Internal Rules and procedures, House...

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A globally competitive industrial zone complemented with viable tourism and sustainable agri-fishery economics, ushered by well-designed and balance infrastructure through dynamic leadership and good governance, sustained by empowered, resilient and happy people living in a peaceful and safe environment.

To bring the desired progress through strong participation of constituents complemented with coordinated efforts of stakeholders.

Hon. Eddie P. Gokiangkee

Hon. Eddie P. Gokiangkee

Municipal Mayor

“Claver, the Mining Capital of the Caraga, that aspires to become a happy place for its people, is at the crossroads. The fastest growing municipality in Northern Mindanao, it faces the internal challenge of maintaining high level of human development even as its population is projected to double within the next two decades. Externally, it must, as has been over the last 20 years, continue to outdo itself and rise above limitations and constraints to build a livable and competitive townwhich can stand alongside other urban centers in the Asia-Pacific region. In the face of these challenges, it can opt to take the path of least resistance and approach urban governance with a business-as-usual attitude. Or, it can be a little more ambitious, dream a little bigger and come up with a more audacious plan that will position Claveras the Philippines’ best town that not only does things right, but also does them well”.