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OCD XI director enjoins 10th ID to partner for strong governance

THE NEWLY designated Office of Civil Defense (OCD) XI director Ednar Dayanghirang urged strong governance for the 10th Infantry Division’s continued transformation. 

 “To remain relevant, we must actively work on staying relevant. It is us who will make ourselves relevant, not the military,” Dayanghirang said during the 3rd Quarter Multi-Sector and Advisory Action Group (MSAAG) meeting of the 10th ID at Balunto Hall, Camp General Manuel T. Yan Sr., Mawab, Davao De Oro, on Oct. 18.

As the current chairperson of the 10ID MSAAG, Dayanghirang urged his fellow members to focus on sustaining good governance in alignment with the transformation roadmap of the Agila Division and the communities it serves.

“Good governance, as outlined in EO 70, remains a crucial factor. It is the cornerstone of any successful endeavor, including disaster resilience,” added Dayanghirang.

During the meeting, the members meticulously reviewed the functions, roles, and responsibilities of the group’s working committees, including Governance, Strategy Review, Strategic Communication, Human Rights, Community Support and Development, and Resource Generation.

In his message, Brigadier General Allan D. Hambala, 10ID commander, underscored the Philippine Army’s new direction, emphasizing world-class standards. 

 “The new direction of the Philippine Army centers on enhancing the morale and welfare of our troops,” Hambala said.

The 10ID Multi-Sector Advisory and Action Group serves as the third-party advisory committee responsible for overseeing the continuity, sustainability, and shared responsibility in pursuing the Army Transformation Roadmap (ATR) as translated into the 10ID Performance Governance Scorecard and its subsidiary units.

Appropriate honors were also extended to newly designated OCD regional director Dayanghirang upon his arrival at 10ID headquarters.


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