Thursday, May 19, 2016

Duterte Cabinet (updated daily)

In the order of precedence...


Department of Foreign Affairs

Secretary Perfecto R. Yasay, Jr. (in acting capacity)

Executive Office

Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea

Office of the Presidential Spokesperson

Secretary Salvador S. Panelo

Department of Finance

Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III

Department of Justice

Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II

     Office of the Solicitor General

     SG Jose C. Calida

Department of Interior and Local Government

President Rody Duterte

     Philippine National Police

     Director General Ronald dela Rosa

Department of Health

Department of Agriculture

Secretary Emmanuel Piñol

Department of Public Works and Highways

Secretary Mark A. Villar

Department of Transportation and Communications

Secretary Arthur Tugade

Department of Education

Department of Social Welfare and Development

Department of Labor and Employment

Secretary Silvestre "Bebot" H. Bello III

Department of Budget and Management
Secretary Isidro Ungab

Department of National Defense
Secretary Gilberto C. Teodoro (pending acceptance)
     Armed Forces of the Philippines

     Chief of Staff Ricardo Visaya

Department of Science and Technology

Department of Agrarian Reform

Department of Tourism

Department of Trade and Industry

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Secretary Carlos Isagani T. Zarate (pending acceptance)

Department of Energy

Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi

Commission on Higher Education


Office of the Vice President

Vice-President Leni Robredo

Commission on Filipinos Overseas

Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council

National Economic and Development Authority
Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia

Metropolitan Manila Development Authority

Mindanao Development Authority

National Anti-Poverty Commission

National Commission on Muslim Filipinos

National Security Council

National Security Adviser Hermogenes C. Esperon, Jr.

Office of the Cabinet Secretary

Secretary Leoncio B. Evasco, Jr.

Office of the Chief Presidential Legal Counsel

Office of the Political Adviser

Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

Secretary Jesus Dureza

Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office

Presidential Communications Operations Office

Presidential Management Staff

Presidential Legislative Liaison Office


Anti-Money Laundering Council

Climate Change Commission

Commission on Higher Education

Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino

Dangerous Drugs Board

Energy Regulatory Commission

Film Development Council of the Philippines

Games and Amusements Board

Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board

Movie and Television Review and Classification Board

National Commission for Culture and the Arts

National Archives of the Philippines

National Historical Commission of the Philippines

National Library of the Philippines

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

National Intelligence Coordinating Agency

National Telecommunications Commission

Optical Media Board

Philippine Commission on Women

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency

Philippine Racing Commission

Philippine Sports Commission

Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor

Presidential Security Group

     Commander Col. Rolando Joselito D. Bautista


Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank of the Philippines

Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport Authority

Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Bases Conversion Development Authority

Cagayan Economic Zone Authority

Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions

Central Bank-Board of Liquidators

Cottage Industry Technology Center

Credit Information Corporation

Cultural Center of the Philippines

Development Academy of the Philippines

Development Bank of the Philippines

Duty Free Philippines Corporation

Employees’ Compensation Commission

Government Service Insurance System

Home Development Mutual Fund

Home Guaranty Corporation

Human Settlements Development Corporations

Land Bank of the Philippines

Local Water Utilities Administration

Lung Center of the Philippines

Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System

National Dairy Authority

National Development Company

National Electrification Administration

National Food Authority

National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation

National Housing Authority

National Irrigation Administration

National Kidney and Transplant Institute

National Livelihood Development Corporation

National Power Corporation

National Tobacco Administration

National Transmission Corporation

Natural Resources Development Corporation

Nayong Pilipino Foundation, Inc.

Partido Development Administration

People’s Credit and Finance Corporation

Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation
Andrea Domingo

Philippine Center for Economic Development

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office

Philippine Children’s Medical Center

Philippine Coconut Authority

Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation

Philippine Economic Zone Authority

Philippine Fisheries Development Authority

Philippine Heart Center

Philippine International Trading Corporation

Philippine National Oil Company

Philippine Postal Corporation

Philippine Retirement Authority

Philippine Rice Research Institute

Philippine Sugar Corporation

Philippine Veterans Investment Development Corporation (Phividec) 

Industrial Authority

Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation

Quedan & Rural Credit Guarantee Corporation

Small Business Corporation

Social Security System

Southern Philippines Development Authority

Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority

Sugar Regulatory Administration

Technology Resource Center

Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority

Tourism Promotions Board

Philippine Export-Import Credit Agency

Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority & Freeport

Thursday, May 12, 2016

People's Freedom Wall for President Duterte

Photo Credit: Friends of Rody Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte is not God, but he could grant many (not all) of our prayers. He is not a Genie but he could make many (not all) of our wishes come true. He is not a mind reader either, so it is best to let him know about our prayers and wishes.

But, keep in mind that he is also not a magician who could make things appear out of thin air. So, don't expect to get everything your way. President Duterte now has a mandate given to him by over 16million Filipinos. This gives him the power to make things happen when his predecessors just dreamed of or talked about them.

He is a man of action that needs no further proof. He is decisive but with compassion. He is not a politician but a public servant. He is also not a hero but an ordinary man with extraordinary achievements.

"I don't care if I burn in hell for as long as the people I serve live in paradise." -RRD

This is the People's Freedom Wall for President Duterte. We cannot force him to read all of your comments everyday while he runs a country but we will definitely do our best to let him read once in a while.

Feel FREE to write any constructive comments, suggestions and criticisms! But keep in mind before writing that complaining without suggesting a better alternative is called whining.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Seda Hotel Centrio joins our Soap for Hope™ Livelihood Project

Thank so much to Seda Hotel Centrio represented by Mr. Noel Barrameda - Hotel Manager for joining our Soap for Hope™ Livelihood Project at Barangay 17.

Thank you also to my lovely wife, Michelle, for donating and distributing slippers to 80 happy kids at Barangay 17, Cagayan de Oro City.

Soap for Hope™ Livelihood Project is a trademark jointly undertaken by and Sealed Air / Diversey Corporation represented by my good friend, Mr. Stefan Phang. We had been doing this project in multiple locations with different beneficiaries for quite some time now, 5 years if I'm not mistaken. Thank you so much Stefan for the all out support. I really admire your energy, brother!

Protection of children and their welfare is a cause very close to our hearts. Actually, even our livelihood projects were born out of our aim to protect children in a sense that their parents would have means to support them and would not even think of selling them to human traffickers which is very rampant in some ASEAN countires. Moreover, Soap for Hope and Linens for Life projects also help save our environment as we recycle soaps and linens from partner hotels that would otherwise end-up in dump sites or clog our drainage systems.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Linens for Life Livelihood Project at Barangay 17, Cagayan de Oro City

Linens for Life livelihood project turnover of Sewing Machine and Linens to the people of Barangay 17 as represented by Kap. Bingo Jerico Goldmar Pimentel Ebabacol.

Joint project of and Sealed Air / Diversey Corporation as represented by good friend Stefan Phang. Thanks also to my wife, Michelle Francisco, for the full support.

Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas 2015

It's the time of the year when the joy of giving is most felt all over the world. The best is yet to come! Merry Christmas and an abundant 2016 to everyone! 🎄