MISSION & VISION

VISION

“We envision Pampanga as a competitive province that is effective, transparent and responsive, duly governed and managed by competent and committed human resource where peace, love and respect to the environment reign in the heart of every Kapampangan.”

MISSION STATEMENT

The Provincial Government of Pampanga adheres to uphold effective and comprehensive delivery of social services, role model in terms of good governance, environment protection, promotion of culture, peace and catalyst of change through sustainable trade and investment, quality and affordable education, availability of needed infrastructures and public utilities where its public officials, private sectors and the Kapampangans are partners and committed to the principles of common, unity, love of country, and dedicated service God Almighty.

                

Thursday, February 23, 2017

News

40 studs prove disability is no barriers to equal opportunity
City of San Fernando---- To prove that disability is no barriers to equal opportunity, at least 40 students with intellectual disability...
TB patients urged to avail of health services
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Board member Rosve Henson urged tuberculosis (TB) patients to avail of health services given by the provincial...
Guv, Chief PNP assure safety of Koreans in Pampanga
CLARK FREEPORT – The Provincial Government led by Governor Lilia “Nanay” Pineda, Philippine National Police (PNP) headed by Chief General...
PLDT eyes installation of 911 hotline in Pampanga
City of San Fernando – Telecommunication giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) is bent to build a call center with direct access to...
Capitol’s ‘Library on Wheels’ reaches out students from far-flung villages of Pampanga
City of San Fernando---The “Library on Wheels”, one of the flagship projects of the Provincial Library has reached out to 14 public elementary...
Drug surrenderers in Central Luzon reach 129,217
Clark Freeport – Dr. Benjamin Reyes, chair of Dangerous Drug Board (DDB) disclosed that some 129, 217 drug users and pushers surrendered in...