All posts by JRILGG Secretariat

Call for Instructors

Attention, advocates of Matino and Mahusay leadership! The Jesse Robredo Institute for Leadership and Good Governance is now calling for course instructors! Course Instructors will help fulfill our mission of passing on the important leadership principles and good governance practices exemplified by the late Sec. Jesse M. Robredo to aspiring leaders and practitioners from different fields. We are looking for experts with fresh ideas on how we can further build […]

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The PAGLAT Method: Emerging from Crisis through Good Governance and Community-Based Response.

Paglat is a 5th class municipality in the southern part of Maguindanao. It is a young, yet well-accomplished local government unit, under the stewardship of a seasoned leader, Engr. Abdulkarim T. Langkuno. Paglat, Maguindanao  is one of the LGU graduates of Jesse Robredo Institute for Leadership and Good Governance pioneer course on Building Pandemic-Resilient Communities through Public Health Governance. The municipality emerged as a one of the three COVID-free municipalities […]

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Saving Lives, Saving Livelihoods – Best Practices of Gumaca in Economic Recovery Amidst Pandemic.

Gumaca is a first class municipality in the province of Quezon. The municipality is known for their specialties such as atsara, tamales, tikoy, and banana chips. Gumaca can rightly claim as the financial, commercial, and religious center of Southern Quezon. It is host to 4 commercial banks, 2 thrift banks, 23 financing entities/pawnshops, and manufacturing warehouses of known manufacturing companies. Aside from those commercial establishments, people of Gumaca live by […]

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Empowerment through People and Data: Best Practices of LGU Magallanes in COVID-19 Response.

Magallanes is a fourth class municipality in the province of Cavite.  Its upland community is located in the southwestern part of the province, farthest town of Cavite, approximately 95 kilometers south of Metro Manila and 38 kilometers southwest of the provincial capitol.  Magallanes, Cavite  is one of the LGU graduates of Jesse Robredo Institute for Leadership and Good Governance pioneer course’ Building Pandemic-Resilient Communities through Public Health Governance. The municipality […]

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Twenty-six local leaders graduated in Public Service and Leadership course last December 20.

Held last December 20, the last module of the course on Reflections and Conversations about Public Service and Leadership gives time for the participants to understand their personal strengths and learn ways of effectively leading through them. They also recommitted to their call to service and the motivations that push them to continue serving with greater impact.  Life is about successes and failures. Actually, more failures than successes, hindi lang […]

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