Best practices incentive law pushed

AN ORDINANCE incentivizing award-winning best practices in Tuba, Benguet which contributed to the promotion of general welfare constituents is now being pushed.

Legislators of the town passed the “Best Practices Incentive Law” to motivate individuals and organizations of their best efforts in developing their good practices that led to receiving awards for best practices received from provincial, regional, and national government agencies or recognized organization.

Under the proposed measure, the best practices in Tuba which has been tested and validated which has been repeated and deserves to be shared for people of Tuba to adopt.

Best practices covers methodology developed in Tuba by the group or individual that is “fair, ethical and replicable.”

Incentives to be extended by the government for individual range from P5,000 to P15,000 and P15,000 to P50,000 for organizations for provincial to national award.

With P200,000 proposed budget, the office of the municipal mayor was cited to oversee the implementation of the ordinance together with the Municipal Social Welfare Development Office, Department of Education, and Municipal Agriculture Office.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Jerome Palaoag was referred to Provincial Board of Benguet for their appropriate action.


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