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IPMR records a total of 209 barangays within Comval Province

Davao De Oro Province – Through recorded archives, a total of 209 barangays have been counted in registry within Comval province as per documented by the Indigenous People’s Mandatory Representative (IPMR) in part of the ongoing IP Empowerment, headed by provincial governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy and other SP Members, notably headed by Vice Gov. Manual “Way Kurat” Zamora and Senior Board Member Arturo “Chiongkee” Uy.

According to records from the office of provincial IPMR Board Memebr Felipe Masambo, Maco recorded a total of 34 barangays, making them the area with the most number of barangays in the province. 28 barangays were recorded within Laak, 22 barangays in Monkayo, 20 in Montevista, 20 in Maragusan, 14 in Compostela, 14 in Nabunturan, 11 in New Bataan, 11 in Mawab, 11 in Pantukan, and 10 in Mabini.

Masambo lead 60 regular members of the Provincial Tribal Council (PTC) last March 20, 2019, and gathered for the “Workshop on National and Local IPMR Selection Guidelines”, in part for the preparation of the IPMR Selection Process Guidelines of the province, including the municipalities and barangays.

NCIP Region XI Legal Officer Atty. Ronnie Bulotano also facilitated the day-long workshop, helping the Tribal Leaders on the salient points of the national guidelines.

The “Al’law ng Kalumonan” was held as part of the celebration of the 21st Bulawan Festival last March 7, 2019, with appreciation from Gov. Tyron Uy to the Comval IP leaders for their guidance for each province. (Sean Seismundo, IDS Comval)

A total of 209 barangays have been counted in registry within Comval province as per documented by the Indigenous People’s Mandatory Representative (IPMR) in part of the ongoing IP Empowerment, headed by provincial governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy and other SP Members, notably headed by Vice Gov. Manual “Way Kurat” Zamora and Senior Board Member Arturo “Chiongkee” Uy.  (Provincial Photo)

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