MISSION & VISION

VISION

“We envision Pampanga as a competitive province that is effective, transparent and responsive, duly governed and managed by competent and committed human resource where peace, love and respect to the environment reign in the heart of every Kapampangan.”

MISSION STATEMENT

The Provincial Government of Pampanga adheres to uphold effective and comprehensive delivery of social services, role model in terms of good governance, environment protection, promotion of culture, peace and catalyst of change through sustainable trade and investment, quality and affordable education, availability of needed infrastructures and public utilities where its public officials, private sectors and the Kapampangans are partners and committed to the principles of common, unity, love of country, and dedicated service God Almighty.

                

Friday, June 23, 2017

News

PESO, ABS-CBN to hold job fair on June 23
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The Pampanga Public Employment and Service Office (PESO) in partnership with ABS-CBN Corporation are set to hold a job fair...
DOH Surgical Caravan kicks off in Lubao
LUBAO – The Department of Health (DOH) yesterday launched their Surgical Caravan themed “ToDOH Alaga, May TSekap na, May Operasyon Pa!” at...
3, 405 student scholars of Capitol receive summer job pays
City of San Fernando --- At least 3, 405 scholars under the provincial government’s Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) finally got...
Pampanga addresses local tourism problems during summit
CLARK FREEPORT – Officials of the provincial government and stakeholders gathered recently in a summit to address local tourism problems and...
Photo Release
Gov pays respect to slain Cabalen soldier
FORT BONIFACIO, TAGUIG – Pampanga Gov. Lilia ‘Nanay’ Pineda on Monday paid last respect to a Kapampangan member of the Philippine Marines...
Army eyes formal declaration of insurgency-free Pampanga
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The 7th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army (7ID-PA) is eyeing the formal declaration of Pampanga as insurgency...