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Barugo, Leyte officials visit Pasig for benchmarking activity

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The Municipal Government of Barugo, Leyte conducted a 2-day benchmarking visit in Pasig City on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, and today, February 23, 2023. The visit was attended by 160 barangay officials, led by Liga ng mga Barangay President, Mr. Marl Oscar de Guzman.

The benchmarking visit focused on sharing the best practices of Pasig City, particularly its programs under the five priority thrusts of the administration and the implementation of Freedom of Information in Pasig.

Benchmarking visits are done between local governments to share best practices on various aspects of governance in a particular area. The topic of a benchmarking visit depends on the request of the visiting local government.


During the visit, the officials from Barugo, Leyte had the opportunity to learn from Pasig City's best practices in governance and how they can apply them in their own local government unit. They were also able to engage in a discussion with Pasig City officials, sharing their own experiences and best practices.

The benchmarking visit was part of Barugo, Leyte's efforts to improve its own local governance and learn from the best practices of other local government units. The officials hope to apply the learnings they gained from Pasig City to their own municipality to better serve their constituents.

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