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NEDA-X launches Ambisyon Natin 2040 in CdeO CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY -- The National Economic and Development Authority of Region 10 (NEDA-10) launched Ambisyon Natin 2040 in Cagayan de Oro City on November 21 and 22, 2016 for the business/ industry and the youth/academe cluster, respectively. NEDA-10 Director Leon M. Dacanay, Jr. shared that Ambisyon Natin 2040 is a vision, not a plan which will serve as an anchor for development planning across at least four (4) administrations. It details the collective long-term vision and aspirations of the Filipino people for themselves and for the country for the next 25 years. These aspirations resulted from 42 focus groups discussions with various sectors, including the marginalized groups, and community surveys commissioned by the NEDA. Filipinos desire a life that is “matatag, maginhawa, at panatag.” By 2040, the Philippines will be a See launches, page B3
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A total of more than a hundred people equivalent to almost P10,000 in sales was entertained by allaround heartthrob Jolina Magdangal at Ororama in her role as celebrity cashier last Wednesday, which was also a holiday being Bonifacio Day. Shoppers from as far as the provinces trooped to Ororama, bought Super Twins diapers, queued up to wait for their turn to be accommodated by Jolina and posed for a selfie with her after she registered each sale at the cash register. Despite standing in stilettos throughout the event, See welcomes, page B3
Champs to become Phinma-COC scholars By MARK FRANCISCO
EXCLUSIVE CO-PRESENTER AGREEMENT: Mindanao Daily represented by President & CEO Dante Sudaria (2nd from left) and Editor in Chief Allan Mediante, Project Director (1st from left) signed the formal agreement, Dec. 1, 2016, with Exec. Vice President & COO Karim L. Bangcola (center) ; and Phinma Marketing Manager Royce Genman Arellano (1st from right) for Phinma-COC as exclusive co-presenter for the 3rd Mindanao Journalism Excellence Awards which will culminate on March 20, 2017. Phinma-COC executives, Ms. Cheryl Jane P. Chan, Assistant COO (1st from right standing); and Mr. Lito Dabalos, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, (2nd from right, standing) also witnessed the agreement signing, at the board room of Phinma-COC, Carmen Cagayan de Oro City.
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MINDANAO DAILY NEWS PUBLISHING CORPORATION and PhinmaCagayan de Oro College has bound an agreement Thursday for five high school and college journalist-winners of the 3rd Northern Mindanao Journalism Excellence Awards to be granted college scholarships at the said institution. Aside from the high school category, there will also be categories for college journalists, private company PR writers and government offices information officers. Senior high school students of COC-Phinma are exempted from joining the competition. The final rounds of the prestigious 3rd Northern See scholars, page B3
Fortun seeks for responsive civil registration in measure By PAT SAMONTE Caraga Regional Editor
BUTUAN CITY – Guided by reports that an estimated 2.6 million Filipino children, and millions more Filipino adults including a significant number of indigenous peoples whose births have not been registered, Agusan del Norte First District Rep. Lawrence Lemuel Fortun filed House Bill No. 00046 which seeks to establish a comprehensive and more responsive civil registration system in the country. Titled “An Act Providing for a Comprehensive
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Civil Registration System” or “Civil Registration Act of 2016,” the measure provides for among other mechanisms for See seeks, page B3
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He never called the qualified but he qualified the called The Gospel of Jesus Christ (December2, 2016-Friday) Matthew 9:9-13”Follow me. And he arose, and followed him. And it came to pass, as Jesus sat at meat in the house, behold, many publicans and sinners came and sat down with him and his disciples. And when the Pharisees saw [it], they said unto his disciples, Why ate your Master with publicans and sinners? But when Jesus heard [that],
he said unto them, they that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. But go ye and learn what [that] meant, I will have mercy, and not sacrifice: for I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance: Do you associate yourself with the noted sinners? How do you feel? This gospel is focusing on Matthew, the tax collector who is called by Jesus to become His disciple. Who
is Matthew? He was a sinner, traitor and robber of people’s money. He committed sin of extortion and oppression to the poor. But the wonderful point that we can describe in the scenario is; Jesus still chose him to be an apostle. Philosopher says,” he never called the qualified but he qualified the called.” This is the big love of God to all of us sinners. This is what we called, everyone deserves
a 2nd chance. In Isaiah 1:18-come now, and let us reason together, said the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. Why? In Jeremiah 31:3-God loves us so much. Take note, he called all of us whoever you are to serve and glorify him on this earth in whatever capacity and talents that you have. You need to respond to his invitation
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DENR 10 inks MOA with B’non LGUs for Rural Infrastructure Subproject Four local government units (LGUs) of Bukidnon will jumpstart the implementation of Rural Infrastructure Subproject (RIS) under the Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Project (INREMP) following the signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 10 (DENR 10). Together with the City of Valencia and municipalities of Kibawe, Kadingilan, and Damulog, Regional Director Ruth M. Tawantawan signed the MOA for their
respective infrastructure projects for the Bukidnon Upper Watershed. The signatories of the MOA were Valencia City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas, Kibawe Mayor Minerva C. Casinabe, Kadingilan Mayor Jerry O. Canoy, Sr. and Malitbog Mayor Osmundo Y. Dela Rosa. The signing of the MOAs was held recently at the DENR, Region 10 in Cagayan de Oro City. The Rural Infrastructure Subproject includes the 3.20 kilometer rehabilitation of New Kidapawan Poblacion – Basiawon in Kibawe; 1.68 kilometer rehabilitation of
Impahanong-Bayawa-Linabo Access Road in Malitbog; 2.68 kilometer rehabilitation of Tandacol Access Road in Valencia City; and 3.45 kilometer rehabilitation of Rapagas Macao Access Road in Kadingilan. Regional Director Tawantawan said that there is a need to fast track the implementation of the Rural Infrastructure Project as it would pave the way for the development in their respective areas. She said development would bring peace and soon poverty will be addressed. She further said that
INREMP focuses on the upliftment of the lives of the poor and the underprivileged which is also the aspiration of people. “The implementation of the INREMP contributes to the fulfilment of the dreams of President Rudy Roa-Duterte and the Mindanaons,”, she added. For his part, Director Edwin Domingo of the Foreign-Assisted and Special Project Services challenged the LGUs to take advantage of the project and display a good track record in the implementation of the project.
The municipal and city mayors declared their commitment to the project and were in unison in thanking the DENR for the project. Forest Management Bureau Assistant Director Mayumi Q. Natividad said the commitment of the local chief executives show their love for the environment and she lauded the LGUs for their continuing support to INREMP. IMREMP Project Manager Amie Rabang of the National Project Coordination Office said the 80% funding of the RIS will come from INREMP while the 20% will be from the local government units as equity. Other Rural Infrastructure Subprojects to be implemented are in Malaybalay City with the 19 kilometer rehabilitation of Canayan-Kibalabag-Manalog Access Road; Damulog with 5.97 kilometer rehabilitation of Purok 1 to Purok 3 via Purok 2, San Isidro
Access Road; and Pangantucan with 5.26 improvement and rehabilitation of New Eden – Concepcion Access Road and Foot Trail. INREMP is a seven year (2013- 2020) project of DENR with funding support from Asian Development Bank, International Fund for Agricultural Development, Global Environmental Facility and Climate Change Fund. It aims to address the growing concerning for unsustainable watershed management, focusing on indigenous people and resource-poor communities by reducing watershed degradation, forest denudation, and unsustainable farming practices by generating sufficient and tangible benefits. Forester Arnulfo Osio, focal person of INREMP, Region 10 gave a briefing about the project and the duties and responsibilities of the DENR and the LGUs See inks, page B3
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DENR 10 Regional Director Ruth M. Tawantawan (seated, center) with local chief executives from Bukidnon (seated from left to right) Mayor Osmundo Y. Dela Rosa of Malitbog, Valencia City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas, Kibawe Mayor Minerva C. Casinabe and Kadingilan Mayor Jerry O. Canoy, Sr. during the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement on the implementation of the Rural Infrastructure Subproject under the Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Project (INREMP) of DENR. Also in photo are Director Edwin Domingo (standing, 3rd from right) of the Foreign Assisted and Special Project Office of DENR, Forest Management Bureau Assistant Director Mayumi Natividad (standing, 4th from left), INREMP Deputy Project Manager Amie Rabang (standing, 3rd from left), DENR-PENRO Bukidnon Ma. Theresa Allen (standing, right) and Forester Arnulfo T. Ocio, INREMP Focal Person for Region 10. (DENR-RPAO, PR No. 11-299-2016)
TEACHING PROFESSION BRING OUT MY BEST By Jenelyn C. Carillo –Teacher III Kibatang Elementary School
I st ar te d to te ach when I’m 23 years old. I graduated in Bachelor Of Elementary Education from one of the school in Cagayan de Oro city and pursue my master’s degree right away after I passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET 2005). Actually teaching is not my first choice of job, due to my varied interest I really wanted / dreamed to become a police official nor to become a doctor of medicine. Unfortunately, I quitted my dream to become a doctor due to
financial reason. Despite of my dreamed to become a police officer, I submitted my requirements in NAPOLCOM, I also submitted my requirement in Department of Education Valencia Division, heating two birds in one stone and I prayed heartily what is the will of God for me. Sometimes we can’t control what is God’s plan for us, the time that I’m busy preparing for my papers to become a police, somebody called me to report in Division of Valencia City. Since that I am devel-
oped personally and socially through different a activities in the community like singing, dancing outreach program; tree planting, blood donation and doing some classroom innovation. Aside from that I am developed professionally through attending different seminar workshop, activities and trainings, career advancement and programs. I managed to perform my assigned tasks. I guess I’m falling in love in teaching profession which profession that is meant to me. I love to teach children and school is my second home. I’ve never
mind some people saying that nobody become rich in teaching profession. What matter most is I am happy and I help the less fortunate children in public school. And there will be no other profession without teachers. So keep on moving hoping that every task I get into would satiate my hunger for learning and advancement. Presently I am continuing master’s degree since the competition is tough nowadays. Teaching is the job that bring out the best of me that maximize and utilized my potential.
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from page B2 on the implementation of the Rural Infrastructure Subproject prior to the signing of the MOA. The activity was attended by OIC, Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer Ma. Theresa J. Allen, other LGU and DENR personnel. The Upper Bukidnon River Basin covers the watersheds and river basins of Tagoloan River Basin, Cagayan de Oro River Basin and Agusan – Cugman Watershed. The downstream communities of Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro City will also benefit from the project. Aside from the Upper Bukidnon River Basin, the INREMP sites are Chico River Basin in Cordillera Administrative Region, Upper Wahig-Inabanga River Basin in Bohol and Lake Lanao Watershed in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao. (RPAO # 11-3012016)
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prosperous, predominantly middle-class society where no one is poor; healthy, resilient, smart, innovative, and hightrust society. Assistant Director Bien A. Ganapin of the NEDA-National Policy and Planning Staff (NPPS), the guest speaker, elaborated on the challenges we face in realizing the vision and emphasized the need for strong ownership by the country’s stakeholders and leaders over the next 25 years. He said that while needs and preferences may change over time and unexpected developments may arise, with the right policies, the Philippines can be nearly a high-income country where poverty is eradicated by 2040, if not sooner. In the open forum, the participants expressed appreciation over NEDA’s initiative in crafting Ambisyon Natin 2040 and voiced support towards sustaining the effort across administrations and realizing this vision. The activity was attended by around 180 participants coming from various organizations/ firms from the different parts of the region. (Peleta B. Abejo,/ NEDA-X/PIA-10)
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make your baby look fashionable with its cloth-like cover and “denim” design. Super Twins has likewise Dual Leak Shields that prevent side leaks, cottony soft top sheet that keeps baby cool and dry to minimize diaper rash and super adhesive magic tape for easy adjustment and fitting. Super Twins is available at Ororama Cogon and Ororama Carmen. Watch out for more exciting promos and gimmicks at Ororama this 2017.
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comprehensive to responsive civil registration, a Barangay Civil Registration System, Free Delayed Registration Program for unregistered births due to poverty and Free Delayed Registration for Indigenous Peoples.” In the bill’s explanatory note, Fortun said “our current registration system suffers from deficiencies and flaws that deprive individuals of their inherent right to identity recognition as citizens, thereby denying them also of their civil rights.” Fortun submitted that nonregistration of births of millions of Filipino children, adults and indigenous peoples “have consistently been due to poverty, distance and lack of literacy” and “the situation is further exacerbated by some individuals and medical institutions tasked to register these events but delay or refuse to do so because of unpaid financial obligation on the part of the family of the new-born child.” According to the Butuan and Agusan del Norte solon, “This is also true in the case of deaths of persons whose families could not immediately settle in full their obligations to hospital or clinics. These are tantamount to deprivation of rights by reason of poverty.” The bill’s Section 9 provides the establishment of a Barangay Civil Registration System where elected and appointive barangay officials shall have the mandate of assisting in the facilitation of civil registration within their area of jurisdiction. In Section 10 of the proposed measure, local government units are mandated to implement a free delayed registration program for persons whose births have not been registered and certified due to such factors as poverty, distance, or lack of literacy. By reason of their sociocultural, religious peculiarities, registration of Muslim Filipinos, Indigenous Culltural Communities (ICCs) or Indigenous Peoples (IPs) and Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) shall be registered as follows: 1) Muslim Filipinos’ civil registration shall be governed by Presidential Decree No. 1083, Executive Order No. 157 and Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2005; 2) ICCs/IPs civil registration shall be governed by Republic Act No. 8371 and Administrative Order No. 3, Series of 2004; and 3) CNSP civil registration shall follow the procedures provided under the OCRG
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DEVELOPING A SCHOOL- COMMUNITY OF PEACE By Jenelyn C. Carillo –Teacher III Kibatang Elementary School
We often hear the word “peace be with you” but do we really apply it in ourselves or in the community. Does it affect the education of our new generation or is it important to all of us? How did we know that the presence of peace is there? We can say that there is peace if there’s an absence of war or other hostilities; there’s an agreement or treaty to end hostilities; there’s an harmonious re-
lations living in peace with each other; there’s a public security and order and most of all has inner contentment, serenity peace of mind. Peace is an attitude and a choice we make. For there to be peace on earth, peace must be viable option for people to choose to work their problems out. It must become so ingrained in our culture and our way of life, that peace becomes a natural reflex. So, the most important
Memorandum Circular 200401 and other promulgations by the OCRG in coordination with the Department of Social Welfare and Development and other concerned agencies. Section 33 sub-titled “NonPayment Not a Ground for Withholding Documents” provides “In no case shall failure to settle hospital bills in full or in part, be a ground for non-delivery or withholding of the certificate of live birth or certificate of death or documents required in the issuance of said certificates.” For Failure to Report Certificate of Live Birth, Section 32 provides “The attending physician, nurse, midwife, hospital administrator or any person in charge of the certificate of live birth and other documents necessary in support thereto in relation therewith who knowingly fails to deliver or withholds the delivery of these documents to the City/Municipal Civil Registrar shall be penalized by imprisonment of not more than six months or a fine ranging from P20,000 to P30,000 or both at the discretion of the court.” The same section also penalizes the attending physician, hospital administrator or any other person in charge of the certificate of death and other documents necessary in support thereto in relation therewith who knowingly fails to deliver or withholds the delivery of these documents in the City/ Municipal Civil Registrar, with imprisonment of not more than six months or a fine ranging from P20,000 to P30,000 or both at the discretion of the court.
other school merchandise. PHINMA COC’s Full Scholarship Grant has the following terms and conditions: The grantees of Full Scholarship prizes will be given to top 5 winners of the following categories for High School journalists: News Writing, Feature; Photo Journalism; Sports Writing and Science Reporting. The scholarship prize covers Tuition, Miscellaneous, Laboratory, and other fees except books, uniforms, and other School fees. The Scholarship is valid only for the regular duration of the course, 4-year for regular Bachelor’s degree or 5-year for Engineering courses. Phinma-COC requires that the awardee-recipient must be current Grade 11 student during the competition and must maintain grades not lower than 2.25 in all subjects. Otherwise, the Scholarship will be downgraded to 50% on Tuition and Miscellaneous only, according to Phinma. Also, shifting to other course will be allowed only once but the duration of the Scholarship remains the same on the original course enrolled. The Grade 11 winners must avail the Scholarship on June 2018 at Phinma’s Carmen or Puerto Campus. The scholarship grant is non-transferable and nonconvertible to cash, according to PHINMA COC, and grantees must be in good moral standing and must not have disciplinary action during his or her entire stay in PHINMA COC. The Scholarship cannot be used with any other Scholarship or Discounts offered by COCPHINMA. Half Scholarship Grants For the PHINMA COC Half Scholarship Grant, it is Mindanao Daily who will endorse grantees of the Five Half Scholarships. This scholarship covers 50% on Tuition and Miscellaneous only excluding Laboratory, other fees, books, uniforms, and other School merchandise. It is valid for incoming College Freshmen only. Current PHINMA COC
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Mindanao Journalism Excellence Awards will be held on March 20, 2017 and the winners may avail of the scholarships by the following academic year starting June 2018, the time the pioneering batch of senior high school students will graduate. Scholarship covers tuition, miscellaneous, laboratory and other fees except books, uniforms and
thing we can do to spread peace is to help popularize peace. Make it part of our culture and our collective consciousness. Live peace, Share Peace, Teach Peace… Peace begins with us. First, each of us must find inner peace- a sense of calmness, security, joy, and love, flowing in a moment that has no beginning and no end. Peace in mind is a well of strength that we can return to again and again as we try to live peaceful lives. Our actions; the way we live our
lives will say about how we feel about peace. But words speak loudly, too. The ideas of cooperation, non-violence, kindness and unspoken wish for peace on earth are all part of our subconscious desires. Words help shape our attitude and perception. We must help make PEACE a foundation in our culture so that we can grow and build upon that foundation and work together to create visions and plans to strive for peace.
students, Transferees, and Returnees are not covered by this Grant. The Half Scholarship is valid only for the regular duration of the course 4-year for regular Bachelor’s degree or 5-year for Engineering courses, and No maintaining Grade is required for this Scholarship; and shifting to other course is allowed only once but the duration of the Scholarship remains the same on the original course enrolled. This Scholarship must be availed on June 2017 or June 2018. It is non-transferable and non-convertible to cash. And, the Grantee must be in good moral standing and must not have disciplinary action during his or her entire stay in PHINMA COC. The Scholarship can be availed also at Phinma-COC’s Carmen or Puerto Campus, Cagayan de Oro City. Also, the Scholarship cannot be used with any other Scholarship or Discounts offered by PHINMA COC. PHINMA COC Scholarship or Discount for College winners Grantees of these Five Scholarships or Discounts are the top winners of 5 College Categories of the 3rd Mindanao Journalism Awards: Feature-Writing; Photo Journalism; Science Reporting. Business Reporting and Civic Journalism. The Scholarship Grant covers 50% on Tuition and Miscellaneous and Discount is 25% on Tuition and Miscellaneous only. The Grantee can only avail one of either 50% Scholarship or 25% Discount subject to PHINMA COC’s evaluation which will be based on both Academic and financial status of the student. The Scholarship or Discount does not cover Laboratory, and other fees including books, uniforms, and other School
merchandise. The recipient must be 1st year to 3rd year College level during the competition, and the Scholarship or Discount will be valid for the remaining duration of the course enrolled but must not exceed to 4-years regardless of the course. No maintaining grade is required for this prize but the grantee must be in good moral standing and must not have disciplinary action during his/her entire stay in PHINMA COC. Shifting to other course is allowed only once but the duration of the Scholarship or Discount remains the same on the original course enrolled. The Scholarship or Discount must be availed by June 2017 and is non-transferable and non-convertible to cash. It can be availed in Phinma’s Carmen or Puerto Campus. It cannot be used with any other Scholarship or Discounts offered by PHINMA COC. For Grade 11 contestants, they must first hurdle the qualifying rounds of the 3rd Northern Mindanao Journalism Excellence Awards to be held this December 10 at COC-Phinma Auditorium. The whole-day event will feature lectures on news writing, feature writing, sports writing, science reporting, photo journalism, sustainable construction stories making, business writing and civic journalism before the actual tilt at 4:00 p.m. Winners who successfully hurdle the qualifying rounds will compete in the regional rounds on December 16 and March 5, 2017 before the final rounds on March 20 that year. The 3rd Northern Mindanao Journalism Excellence Awards is the brainchild of Mindanao Daily News Publishing Corporation president Dante Sudaria and Mindanao Daily News editorin-chief Allan Mediante.
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Honda Philippines, Inc. Launches the All-New BeAT, the Newest AT Scooter for the Millennials Manila, Philippines, 26th November 2016 Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI), today launches the All-New Honda BeAT, the newest AT scooter from the Gen-S lineup designed to inspire the young, fun, sporty, and stylish millennials with Filipino Exclusive Colors and Graphics. The all-new Honda BeAT is a reflection of Honda’s dedication in trendsetting new scooter styles to please the taste of the Filipino customers, especially the youth. It features a slim and sharp form in compact size, new design wheels and tubeless tires, and semidigital meter panel with ECO indicator. Among the various highlights of the All-
New Honda BeAT is the specially designed sticker in fashionable colors that is created to captivate the young generation’s preference and express their individuality and uniqueness. The all-new BeAT
also showcases the improved performance that shows Honda’s dedication to innovation, environment and safety. It has adapted Honda
Smart Technology with the lightweight and compact 110cc liquid cooled enhanced Smart Power (eSP) engine for enhanced performance. Furthermore, the model provides advanced environment and safety features. They include; the idling stop system with which the engine stops and produces zero exhaust emissions during brief stops for superb fuel efficiency; the ACG-starter for a smooth and quiet start with no conventional starter motor; Combined Brake System (CBS) (for the ISS/CBS variants) for optimum braking balance between the rear and front tires. Daiki Mihara, President of Honda
LAGONGLONG POLICE RECEIVES A COMPUTER SET FROM VICE GOVERNOR PELAEZ - Lagonglong Municipal Police Station thru the Station Commander PSINSP. ADOLFO C. MERCADO, JR. receives a Computer Set from VICE GOVERNOR JOEY G. PELAEZ recently. As the Chairman of the Committee on Peace and Order, Public Safety, Police, Military, and Jail Matters, Vice Governor Pelaez supports the vision of the police force to manage its databases to cope up with the inflow of statistics and other information especially with the intensified campaign against illegal drugs and criminality. supplied photo
Philippines says, “The young generation plays a crucial role in shaping the future. Thus, Honda is pioneering innovation that intelligently blends design that caters to the modern taste of the youth. I would like to emphasize that we will develop and adapt “Exclusive Filipino Colors and Graphics” in AT category, starting with the All-New Honda BeAT. We have made the model the coolest and smartest choice for you.” Honda Gen-S Brand Ambassador Daniel Padilla is proud to endorse the All-New BeAT, which he believes is the model to fit for his generation. “I’m glad that Honda has created
a stylish and smart scooter for the Gen-S community that mirrors my generation’s passion for style, uniqueness, freedom, technology, and safety.” The all-new BeAT is available in 6 colors, with 2 variants: In CBS-ISS variants – Winning Red (red-white combination), Vivid Blue Metallic, and Space Magenta Metallic; and in Standard variants - Winning Red (redblack combination), Ross White, and Black. Price starts at Php63,900.00. Interested customers can visit Honda dealers nationwide. More information of the all-new Honda BeAT is available at www. hondaph.com.
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