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PROJECTS: AZAGRA PORT AZAGRA CHURCH SEALAND PRESERVATION

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- The Projects -

 
Project:
Azagra Port Development

The Azagra Port is strategically located in the historical Punta Kawit.

The original structure of the previous port built, many decades ago, was made from hard wood.

Through the initiative of the DOTC, the construction of the concrete port begun in 1993 and was completed in 1996.
  Project:
Restoration of Azagra Church

The Virgin Mary of Candelaria is one of the most fascinating finds in the old churches in Azagra, a small barrio in San Fernando / Sibuyan Island.
This 17th century Azagra Chapel stands out as one oldest, after the famous Sto. Niño Church in Cebu, existing religious edifice on the island. Built by Augustinian Recollect friars, the former parish was pastored by the now Saint Fr. Leon Inchausti.

The original walls made of shell-encrusted coral walls.
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Project:
SEALAND - Tropical Type Sea and Airstrip Centre -


The facilities of the SeaLand -Tropical Type Sea and Airstrip Centre will be located at the port of Azagra and at the Azagra Airstrip.

These facilities will support people in Sibuyan Island in terms of education, travel and cruising.

Thus, community economic development and employment are achieved.
  Project:
Sibuyan CSO Preservation and Conservation


Roadbook capitalizes Civil Society Organization (CSO) activities in good governance to strengthen human potentials and promote community economic growth.
There are three (3) key areas that CSO focuses on as follows: Identification of all CSO and membership accreditation of organizations with good standing; protection and preservation of endemic species; and conservation of tourism spots.

The Farm Toursim integrated with Solid Waste Management is introduced for sustainability.
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