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RCSD holds mine tour

By: Lyndee Rose S. Basilio


Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- Members of the Regional Committee on Sustainable Development (RCSD) of the Regional Development Council (RDC) in coordination with Mines and Geosciences Bureau Region 02 (MGB R02) recently conducted a mine tour last October 16, 2014 in Didipio Mine of Oceana Gold Philippines.

The Mine tour was conducted to show how the mining companies implement measures on how to preserve and to protect the environment, Maribeth Tumaliuan Mining Claims Examiner III of MGB R02 said.

Tumaliuan added that the RCSD visited the mining site of Oceana Gold Corporation to let them appreciate and validate mining operations and to compare it with the operations of other companies including small scale mining.

She further said that it is the agency’s way to address environmental concerns and to ensure that large scale mining operations in the region adhere to safe environmental standards

The Didipio Mine is the first mine company in the Philippines to operate under the Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA), it is an agreement between contractor and the Government for large-scale exploration of copper, nickel, chromite, lead, and other minerals except for cement raw materials, marble granite, sand and gravel and construction aggregates.

30 participants that include RCSD members Co-chaired by Ms. Perla Visorro, founder of Cagayan Valley Partners in People Development (CAVAPPED) and National Economic Development Authority Region 02(NEDA R02) RSCD secretariats participated in the mine tour.

Part of the mine tour was AVP presentation on Social Development and Management Program (SDMP) and Didipio Project Overview and Safety Induction of Oceana Gold. After the mine tour, an open forum was conducted to address the participants’ observations and issues regarding the mining operations.

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MGB conducts IEC on mining rules, ‘Minahang Bayan’ sought in Brgy. Anonang

By: Lyndee Rose S. Basilio

TUGUEGARAO CITY, CAGAYAN- To address the challenges faced by the small-scale miners of Brgy. Anonang and to inform them of the rules and regulations on mining, the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Region 2 (MGB R02) in a joint activity on environment conducted an Information, Education Campaign (IEC) on Mining Rules and Regulations and capacity building for Local Government Units (LGUs) and Small-Scale Miners last October 23, 2014 at Barangay Anonang, Cordon, Isabela.

The IEC and capacity building aims to prepare the constituents of Brgy. Anonang for the establishment of the so-called “Minahang Bayan” in the area.

Section 11 of Executive Order 79, which embodies the Aquino administration’s mining policy, only allows small-scale miners’ in declared Minahanag Bayan areas. This is pursuant to Republic Act No. 7076 otherwise known as People’s Small-Scale Mining Act of 1991.

The “Minahang Bayan” provides policies and reforms at optimizing revenues from the mining industry and improving the mining standards in mining.

Engr. Geoffrey Prado, and Engr. Antonio Chumacog of Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Forester Jackie Asuncion of CENRO- San Isidro, Isabela, Ms. Rosemarie T. Zabala and Ms. Celia Badua of ENRO- Isabela Province served as resource speakers during the said activity.

Asunsion said that the application of Brgy. Anonang for “ Minahang Bayan” is still on process. Since in order to be declared a “Minahang Bayan,” the applicants must get the consent of the mine claim holders.

The limiting of small-scale mining operations in declared “Minahang Bayan” areas will help the MGB R02 to contain the regulation of the mining operations.

This IEC was a joint activity of MGB R02 with the Community Environment and Natural Resources (CENRO) San Isidro, Isabela and Environment and Natural Resources Office, Isabela Province.


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