A total of fifty-six (56) sets of flood hazard maps and resources maps were turned over to different Local Government Units (LGUs) and regional government agencies of Bicol region.

Signatories (from LEFT): Engr. Raul Sabularse (PCIEERD Deputy Executive Director), Dr. Carlos Primo David (PCIEERD Executive Director), Benjamin Philip Romualdez (COMP President), and Nelia Halcon (COMPR Executive Vice President). Witnesses (from LEFT): Maria Elena Talingdan (PCIEERD), Engr. Niñaliza Escorial (PCIEERD), Atty. Lysander Castillo (PBEST Secretary General), Adrian Ramos (COMP Board Member), and Clarence Pimentel (COMP Board Member).

MAKATI, METRO MANILA—The Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD) signed a memorandum of agreement with the Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP) on April 4, 2017 to promote responsible mining and achieve economic growth and development.

Ateneo De Zamboanga Phil-LiDAR 1 Team together with the LGUs of Zamboanga Peninsula who received their flood hazard maps

16 FEBRUARY 2017, ZAMBOANGA CITY--Ateneo de Zamboanga University (ADZU) hosted the 6th and the final Phil-LiDAR 1 Mindanao Cluster Colloquium with the theme 'Retrospect, Deliver, Realize'. It was attended by around 300 participants from the participating Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), Local Government Units from the Zamboanga Peninsula, and other National Agencies and NGOs.

DOST Secretary Fortunato T. dela Peña delivers his message at the Project NOAH Turnover Ceremony

QUEZON CITY-- A day before its completion date, the different component projects of the Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards or NOAH Program were formally turned over to different concerned government agencies.