After achieving its target of vaccinating more than 70% of its eligible population, the Local Government Unit of Claver never ceases to initiate programs strengthening controls and measures against COVID-19. In furtherance with this commitment, LGU started inoculating booster shots on November last year.To further promote booster inoculation, LGU-Claver, through the initiative and effort of continue reading : PagnagBooster, Winner!
The local government of Claver headed by Mayor Georgia Gokiangkee inked partnership anew with Taganito Mining Corporation (TMC) on the implementation of Community-based Monitoring System (CBMS) for the year 2021. The Local Government Unit of Claver, in compliance with Proclamation No. 1253, is currently holding ‘Bayanihan, Bakunahan’ starting today, November 29 until December 1, and continue reading : Claver joins 3-day National Covid-19 Vaccination Drive
In observance to the 18-Day Campaign to End VAW (Violence Against Women), the Local Government of Claver conducted a workshop on Non-Violent Communication (NVC), also called “compassionate communication or collaborative communication” – an approach that would equip public servants to practice language that manifests cognitive empathy to be able to recognize and perceive themselves and continue reading : CLAVER JOINS THE 18-DAY CAMPAIGN TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
The Local Government Unit of Claver headed by Municipal Mayor Georgia D. Gokiangkee, in partnership with Taganito HPAL Nickel Corporation (Community Relations Department), conducted a two-day activity, Nov. 24-25, 2021, for the registration of live birth and marriage certificate of identified Mamanwa Community of Claver, The Asosasyon sa Madazaw na Panagkaisa ng mga Tribong Mamanwa continue reading : Registration of Live Birth and Marriage Certificate of Identified Mamanwa Community of Claver
LGU Claver partnered with Caraga Regional Hospital Blood Bank, for the conduct of a bloodletting activity at Brgy. Taganito Gymnasium, today, November 25, 2021.The activity was facilitated by the Municipal Health Office to draw donors to augment the blood supply for patients who will be needing them, especially now that the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic continue reading : Bloodletting Activity