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Legislator PDAF Releases Breakdown for Fiscal Year 2013 | Legislator: | Treñas, Jerry P. | District: | Lone District, Iloilo City | Region: | Region VI | Province: | Iloilo | Project | Recipient | Municipality/City | Implementing Unit | Release Date | Total | | SOCIAL SERVICES | Financial assistance for the implementation of Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (CIDSS) program such as transportation, medicine, burial, tuition fee, food, clothes and hospital bills; Community-based projects: livelihood and capacity-building assistance in the Lone District of Iloilo City. | | DSWD - Region 6 | 2013-01-22 | 2,500,000 | HEALTH | Financial assistance for indigent patients either confined or our-patients in the Lone District of Iloilo City. | | DOF - Bureau of the Treasury (Philippine Heart Center) | 2013-01-22 | 150,000 | EDUCATION Financial assistance for the implementation of scholarship program at the following schools to approximately 2,858 students in the Lone District of Iloilo City: | 1. ABBA 2. ACSI 3. Cabalum Western College 4. Central Philippine University (CPU) 5. Colegio De San Jose 6. College of Western Visayas 7. Iloilo Doctors’ College (IDC) 8. Iloilo Technical College (ITC) 9. John B. Lacson Colleges Foundation (JBLCF) 10. St. Anne College of Iloilo Inc. 11. St. Augustine 12. St. Pauls’ University 13. St. Therese College Inc. 14. System Technology Institute (STI) 15. University of San Agustin 16. University of Iloilo (UI) 17. University of the Philippines in the Visayas (UPV) 18. West Visayas State University (WVSU) 19. Western Institute of Technology (WIT) 20. Western Visayas College of Science and Technology 21. ABE 22. AMA Computer Learning Center 23. Interface 24. Technical Institute of Iloilo City (TIIC) 25. St. Vincent College of Science and Technology | | OEO - CHED Region VI | 2013-01-22 | 8,000,000 | HEALTH | Financial assistance for indigent patients either confined or our-patients in the Lone District of Iloilo City including the WVMC Animal Bite Center and the hospital bloodbank. | | DOH - Western Visayas Medical Center | 2013-01-22 | 1,600,000 | Road Concreting: | San Felix, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,500,000 | Repair of Bridge: | Bakhaw, Mandurriao, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,000,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Calubihan, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 900,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Guzman, Mandurriao, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Magsaysay, Lapaz, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,500,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Rosario Village Homeowners Assiciation, Calumpang, Molo, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Jaro Ledesma Homeowners Association, Buhang, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Ungka, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Construction of Drainage System: | Calumpang, Molo, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Completion of Drainage System: | San Antonio, Molo, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 300,000 | Rehabilitation/Improvement of Health Center: | Sinikway, Lapuz, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 400,000 | Construction of Multi-Purpose Building: | Benedicto, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,930,000 | Construction of Multi-Purpose Building: | Jaro High School, Cuartero, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 2,000,000 | Construction of Multi-Purpose Building: | Montinola, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,000,000 | Completion of Multi-Purpose Building: | Desamparados, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 250,000 | Completion of Multi-Purpose Building: | Cubay, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 500,000 | Completion of Multi-Purpose Building: | Tabuc Suba, La Paz, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Completion of Multi-Purpose Building: | Rizal, La Paz, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 1,200,000 | Completion of Multi-Purpose Building: | Democracia, Jaro, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 120,000 | Repair/Renovation of Multi-Purpose Building: | City Agriculturist Building, Aduana, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 700,000 | Repair/Renovation of Multi-Purpose Building: | Concepcion, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 500,000 | Repair/Renovation of Multi-Purpose Building: | Santo Niño, Arevalo, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 800,000 | Repair/Renovation of Multi-Purpose Building: | Gustilo, Lapaz, Iloilo City | Iloilo City | DPWH - Iloilo City District Engineering Office | 2013-01-24 | 600,000 | HEALTH | Financial assistance to the West Visayas State University Medical Center for indigent patients either confined or our-patients in the Lone District of Iloilo City. | | SUCS - West Visayas State University | 2013-01-22 | 2,750,000 | | GRAND TOTAL | | | | | 35,000,000 | | |

ASSESSMENT
Reyna Jade Cristales AB Political Science 4A

Iloilo City is now one of the fast rising cities in the Philippines because of its high quality infrastructures and wide range variety of businesses are almost can be found here in Iloilo. High quality education can also be found in different prestige schools here in our city. These will not happen without the help of our Congressman Jerry P. Trenas. Because according to his PDAF, he has allotted budgets for each projects that are mostly needed by the people in our city.
In his projects for health, he allotted enough budgets for financial assistance to public hospitals which has numerous poor people who were admitted because it’s cheap and affordable. He also allotted budgets for projects for free medicines, free consultation and a discount for those who has different reasons why they are admitted or hospitalized whether it be out-patient or confined. As what I have observed, in many public hospitals around Iloilo City, there is no problem when it comes to payments and buying medicines for poor because some has solicited to our congressman or asked for help for their expenses in the hospitals.
In social services projects, our congressman has also done well, because our congressman never failed to give budget to those who mostly needed financial assistance for the implementation of Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (CIDSS) program such as transportation, medicine, burial, tuition fee, food, clothes and hospital bills; Community-based projects: livelihood and capacity-building assistance in the Lone District of Iloilo City. Like in community-based projects in livelihood most especially, I can see that he has budgeted to projects for poor families like workshops or seminars and provides capitals or budgets to start a small business.
For education, our congressman has succeeded to give financial assistance in our city. Like here in our school, the West Visayas State University, there are scholarship programs for students who can’t afford to send them in school by their parents. It’s also a good thing that there is allotted budget for scholarships in different State Universities and Colleges because it will lessen the number of out of school youths here in our City. It is a big help for us, students, to avail scholarships for our better future most especially to those who comes from a very poor family. They were able to get the chance to enter some prestige Universities here in Iloilo because of the implemented projects and programs by some organizations budgeted by our congressman.
Last, is the construction of building, drainage systems, road widening and road concreting. I can see the improvement of these projects all over the City because there are roads and drainage that has been improved and reconstructed. Road widening and road concreting really helps a lot to our city in order to avoid hassles and traffic free roads in our city. Because of these implemented projects there is less traffic in different streets all over the City. The repairing of drainage system also helps a lot to our city because it lessens the places that are being flooded during rainy seasons most especially in places where there are many infrastructures constructed and located.
My over all assessment to our congressman, he has used his PDAF very well because our City is now improved and fast rising. Our city is now competitive when it comes to infrastructures, businesses, products produced and etc. This will not happen if budgets allotted to different projects were not contributed or disseminated well to its proper places. Congressman Trenas has done a good jod during his term of office in Lone district as for 2013.

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