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NSO celebrates 71st anniversary

/ 06:34 AM August 19, 2011

THE National Statistics Office (NSO) will celebrate its 71st anniversary on Aug. 19 with the theme “70 plus 1 na Tayo.”

The nationwide celebration will highlight various activities.

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Aside from the hanging of anniversary streamers region-wide, the personnel of both the NSO regional and Cebu provincial offices will have a simultaneous fun run and fun walk in Cordova, Cebu at 7 a.m.

The activity is part of the physical well-being and fitness of NSO officials and employees not only for their daily tasks but also in preparation for the upcoming censuses and surveys that the office will undertake.

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After the fun run and walk, NSO officials will conduct a feeding program for more than 100 kindergarten pupils in Poblacion, Cordova as part of the agency’s community outreach program commitments.

As their contribution to environmental preservation and sustenance, NSO personnel will hold a coastal cleanup and visit the mangrove propagules they planted in the shores of barangay Catarman, Cordova last year.

The NSO asked the support, understanding and cooperation of all households and establishments in complying and furnishing all the needed data during censuses and surveys.

These data are necessary in the government’s development program and in delivering services to the Filipino people.

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