In a remarkable display of dedication to enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of their services, the Officers of the Municipal Agriculture and Fisheries Office (MAFO), under the leadership of the Officer-in-Charge, Mr. Ernie Panganiban, embarked on a transformative journey. This journey involved comprehensive training and a re-evaluation of their organizational structure, with the goal of fostering more efficient decision-making and program implementation. Such initiatives are vital in ensuring that the officers can effectively serve the needs of the community and work towards its agricultural and fisheries-related goals.

It’s worth noting the support provided by SB Mika Escalante and Engr. Honey B. Fanuga. Their assistance in facilitating the training reflects the importance of collaboration and cooperation between different branches of local government. Such teamwork contributes to the overall success of the Office of the Municipal Agriculture and Fisheries capacity-building efforts.

The MAFO’s commitment to improving efficiency, decision-making, and program implementation exemplifies their dedication to serving the agricultural and fisheries sectors and the community at large. By investing in training, revisiting the organizational structure, and assigning specialized roles, the MAFO is paving the way for a more effective and responsive approach to its responsibilities. As they continue to grow and adapt, the MAFO is poised to make even greater contributions to the growth and prosperity of the municipality it serves.