PROCLAMATIONS 1993

PROCLAMATIONSSUBJECT
Proclamation No. 315
December 23, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in Certain Areas of the Country
Proclamation No. 314
December 23, 1993
Declaring the Island of Guimaras As a “Special Quarantine Zone,” An Area Free From Mango Pulp Weevil and Mango Seed Weevil and Providing Measures to Maintain Such Status.
Proclamation No. 313
December 15, 1993
Reserving An Area of Five and One-Half Hectares, More Or Less, Within the Alabang Stock Farm Situated in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, As the New Site of the Center For Girls and Women in Difficult Situations (The “Center”) Under the Administration of the Department of Social Welfare and Development
Proclamation No. 312
December 14, 1993
Declaring the Second Week of December of Every Year As Surgeon’S Week
Proclamation No. 311
December 14, 1993
Proclaiming the Adoption of the 1993-1998 Philippine Plan of Action For Nutrition
Proclamation No. 310
December 14, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Nine (9) Municipalities in the Province of Capiz
Proclamation No. 309
December 13, 1993
Declaring June 1994 As Philippine Rotary Month
Proclamation No. 308
December 9, 1993
Declaring 3 March 1994 As a Special Day in the Province of Camarines Norte
Proclamation No. 307
December 8, 1993
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Marinduque and Camarines Norte and the Cities of Batangas, Lipa, Cavite, Tagaytay, Trece Martirez, San Pablo, Lucena, Iriga and the Municipalities of Abuyog and Manaplag in Leyte.
Proclamation No. 306-A
December 7, 1993
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Mindoro Oriental and Mindoro Occidental Which Suffered Heavily Due to the Adverse Effects of Typhoon “Monang”
Proclamation No. 306
December 6, 1993
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Catanduanes, Albay and Camarines Sur and the Cities of Naga and Legaspi Which Suffered Heavily Due to the Adverse Effects of Typhoon “Monang”
Proclamation No. 305
December 4, 1993
Declaring Wednesday, December 8, 1993, As a Special Day in Angeles City
Proclamation No. 304
December 4, 1993
Declaring the Period From December 12 to 18, 1993, As Government Employees Week
Proclamation No. 303
December 4, 1993
Declaring the Period From December 6 to 12, 1993 As the National Social Science Week
Proclamation No. 302
December 3, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Kalingalan Caluang, Province of Sulu
Proclamation No. 301
November 28, 1993
Declaring 28 December 1993 As “Agew Na Urbiztondo” and a Special Day in the Municipality of Urbiztondo, Pangasinan
Proclamation No. 300
November 28, 1993
Declaring the Period From November 6 to 10, 1994, As the Philippine National Drinking Water Week
Proclamation No. 299
November 28, 1993
Declaring Thursday, December 2, 1993, As a Special Day in Pasay City
Proclamation No. 298
November 17, 1993
Declaring the Period From November 19 to 22, 1993, As “National Printing Week”
Proclamation No. 297
November 12, 1993
Declaring Monday, November 15, 1993, As a Special Day in the Province of Oriental Mindoro
Proclamation No. 296
November 9, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Columbio, Province of Sultan Kudarat
Proclamation No. 295
November 9, 1993
Excluding From the Operation of Executive Order No. 63, Dated 25 June 1914, and Proclamation No. 391, Dated 13 March 1939, Which Established the Mineral Land Reservation in the Province of Surigao, Island of Mindanao Certain Alienable and Disposable Parcels of Land Embraced Therein, and Declaring the Same Open to Disposition Under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program of the Department of Agrarian Reform and Other Pertinent Laws Relative to Titling of Lands Not Suitable For Agriculture.
Proclamation No. 294
November 9, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 31, Series of 1920 Which Reserved Certain Parcels of Land For School Site Purposes of the Glan Central Elementary School Situated in the Municipality of Glan, Province of South Cotabato, Island of Mindanao, By Including in Its Operation Lot Nos. 258 and 259, Rs-1453
Proclamation No. 293
November 8, 1993
Revoking Proclamation No. 310, S. 1938, Which Reserved Certain Parcels of Land of the Public Domain For Government Center Site Purposes Situated in the Municipality of Glan, Province of South Cotabato, Island of Mindanao, and Declaring the Land Embraced Therein Open For Disposition Under the Provisions of the Public Land Act, As Amended
Proclamation No. 292
November 8, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of San Roque Elementary School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated At Barangay San Roque, Municipality of Peñablanca, Province of Cagayan, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 291
November 8, 1993
Establishing As Adlay Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protection, Maintenance and Improvement of Its Water Yield and to Provide Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Carrascal, Province of Surigao Del Sur, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 290
November 6, 1993
Establishing As Panukulan Watershed Forest Reserve For the Purpose of Protecting, Maintaining, Or Improving the Water Yield and Providing Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Panukulan, Province of Quezon, Island of Luzon, Philippines
Proclamation No. 289
November 6, 1993
Reserving For Resettlement Purposes Under the Administration and Disposition of the Department of Agrarian Reform Certain Tracts of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of San Remigio, Province of Antique, Island of Panay
Proclamation No. 288
November 6, 1993
Declaring the Period From 8 to 14 November 1993 As “National Hog Raisers Week”
Proclamation No. 287
November 4, 1993
Declaring November 5, 1993 As a Non-Working Day of Mourning in Ormoc City to Commemorate the Death Anniversary of Those Who Perished As a Result of the Destruction Wrought By Typhoon Uring
Proclamation No. 286
October 29, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, November 2, 1993, As a Special Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 285
October 27, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 355 Dated 6 January 1989 By Declaring the Period From 19 to 23 November 1993, and the Third Week of November of Every Year Thereafter, As “National Inventors Week”
Proclamation No. 284
October 25, 1993
Declaring the Adoption and Implementation of the Integrated Capability Building Program (Icbp) For Local Government Units
Proclamation No. 283
October 25, 1993
Authorizing the Children’S Museum and Library, Inc., Foundation to Conduct a National Educational, Membership, and Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 282
October 25, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 1939, Dated January 22, 1980, Which Established Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of San Francisco, Province of Agusan Del Sur, As National Development Company (Ndc) Reservation For Agricultural Plantation
Proclamation No. 281
October 25, 1993
Declaring Monday, November 15, 1993, As “Eugenio Daza Day,” in the Province of Eastern Samar
Proclamation No. 280
October 20, 1993
Declaring the Period From November 7 to 13, 1993, As “Civil Engineering Week”
Proclamation No. 279
October 18, 1993
Declaring the Period From October 18 to 24, 1993, As the Transport Cooperative Week
Proclamation No. 278
October 18, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in Certain Areas of the Country
Proclamation No. 277
October 15, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, October 19, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Bacolod
Proclamation No. 276
October 15, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of October of Every Year As Meat Safety Consciousness Week
Proclamation No. 275
October 15, 1993
Declaring Wednesday, October 20, 1993, As a Special Day in Ormoc City
Proclamation No. 274
October 14, 1993
Calling the Congress of the Philippines to a Special Session
Proclamation No. 273
October 14, 1993
Authorizing the Nayong Pilipino Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 272
October 8, 1993
Declaring the Period From November 8 to 14, 1993, As Purchasing and Materials Management Week
Proclamation No. 271
October 8, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the City of Pagadian, Province of Zamboanga Del Sur
Proclamation No. 270
October 5, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 216 By Increasing the Area to Be Retained By the Philippine Air Force (Paf) and Authorizing the Transfer to and Ownership By the Bases Conversion Development Authority (Bcda) of Future Areas to Be Released By the Paf in the Poro Point Special Economic and Freeport Zone
Proclamation No. 269
October 4, 1993
Declaring October 17 of Every Year As the National Day For Overcoming Extreme Poverty
Proclamation No. 268
October 1, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Sultan Sa Barongis, Dinaig, Pagalungan, Pendatun, Talayan, Datu Piang, Maganoy, Kabuntalan, Datu Paglas, Buluan, Ampatuan, Province of Maguindanao, and the Municipality of Lambayog, Province of Sultan Kudarat
Proclamation No. 267
September 30, 1993
Declaring the Month of October of Very Year As National Children'S Month
Proclamation No. 266
September 30, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of the Lamanan High School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Barangay of Lamanan, District of Calinan, Davao City, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 265
September 30, 1993
Reserving For Resettlement Site Purposes of the Mount Pinatubo Victims Certain Parcels of Land of the Public Domain Located in the Municipalities of San Clemente and Mayantoc, Province of Tarlac, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 264
September 28, 1993
Establishing As Umiray River Watershed Reservation For Purposes of Protection, Maintenance, and Improvement of Its Water Yield and to Provide Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use, a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of General Nakar, Province of Quezon, Municipality of Nozagaray, Province of Bulacan, and Municipality of Montalban, Province of Rizal, Island of Luzon, Philippines
Proclamation No. 263
September 27, 1993
Declaring the Period From October 17 to 23, 1993, As Anesthesiology Week
Proclamation No. 262
September 27, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 22 to 28 of Every Year As Wenceslao Q. Vinzons, Sr. Week in the Province of Camarines Norte
Proclamation No. 261
September 27, 1993
Declaring the Month of October of Every Year As Quality Month
Proclamation No. 260
September 27, 1993
Authorizing the Heart Foundation of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For Another Year, From September 1, 1993 to August 31, 1994
Proclamation No. 259
September 27, 1993
Extending the National Fund Campaign Period of the Foundation For Youth Development in the Philippines, Inc., Up to September 14, 1994
Proclamation No. 258
September 20, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 21 to 27, 1993 As National Tourism Week
Proclamation No. 257
September 20, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 211, Dated July 23, 1993, Which Declared the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Tambulig, Province of Zamboanga Del Sur
Proclamation No. 256
September 14, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of July of Each Year As "Small Enterprises Development Week"
Proclamation No. 255
September 14, 1993
Authorizing Anew the Girl Scouts of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign From September 1, 1993 to August 31, 1994
Proclamation No. 254
September 15, 1993
Reserving For the Purpose of Establishing Settlement and An Agricultural Community Under the Agrarian Reform Community Program of the Department of Agrarian Reform Certain Parcels of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipalities of Bunawan and Veruela (Locally Named Nueva Era), Province of Agusan Del Sur
Proclamation No. 253
September 15, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 88, Dated September 22, 1936, Which Designated a Part of the Regan Barracks Federal Reservation As Philippine Army Post Camp General Simeon A. Ola, Now Camp Bagong Ibalon Situated in Barangay Sagpon, City of Legazpi, Island of Luzon, By Excluding a Portion of the Land Embraced Therein and Declaring the Same Open For Disposition to Actual Occupants Thereof Pursuant to the Provisions of the Public Land Act, As Amended
Proclamation No. 252
September 15, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 20 to 26 of Every Year As Public Relations Week
Proclamation No. 251
September 13, 1993
Extending the National Educational and Fund Campaign of the Philippines Cancer Society, Inc., Until December 3, 1994
Proclamation No. 250
September 8, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 12 to 18, 1993, As “Human Resources Management Week”
Proclamation No. 249
September 7, 1993
Extending the National Fund Campaign Period of the Philippine Council of Non-Government Organizations Against Drug and Substance Abuse (Philcadsa) Up to August 31, 1994
Proclamation No. 248
September 7, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 137 (1987)
Proclamation No. 247
September 7, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, September 7, 1993, As “City of Bais Day” in Bais City
Proclamation No. 246
September 7, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, September 7, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Cavite
Proclamation No. 245
September 6, 1993
Reserving For the Purpose of Establishing a Settlement and An Agricultural Community Under the Agrarian Reform Community Program of the Department of Agrarian Reform Certain Parcels of Land Situated in Borongan and San Julian, Province of Eastern Samar
Proclamation No. 244
September 3, 1993
Declaring September of Every Year As National Clean-Up Month and the 17Th to the 23Rd of September of Each Year As the World Clean and Green Week
Proclamation No. 243
September 1, 1993
Declaring Thursday, September 9, 1993, As Don Quintin Paredes Day in the Province of Abra
Proclamation No. 242
August 30, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of the Paquibato Elementary School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Paquibato District, Davao City, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 241
August 30, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of September of Every Year As “Linggo Ng Kasuotang Pilipino”
Proclamation No. 240
August 28, 1993
Declaring Monday, August 30, 1993, As “Mandaue City Day”, a Special Day in Mandaue City
Proclamation No. 239
August 25, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 2 to 8 of Every Year As Literacy Week
Proclamation No. 238
August 25, 1993
Declaring Friday, September 3, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Iriga
Proclamation No. 237
August 25, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 6 to 12 1993, As “Production Management Week”
Proclamation No. 236
August 23, 1993
Establishing Pinamacan River Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protecting, Maintaining, Or Improving Its Water Yield and Providing Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Dilasag, Province of Aurora, Island of Luzon, Philippines
Proclamation No. 235
August 20, 1993
Declaring Monday August 30, 1993, As a Special Day in the Second Legislative District of Agusan Del Norte and the First Legislative District of Capiz
Proclamation No. 234
August 20, 1993
Declaring August 27 of Every Year As General Licerio Geronimo Day in the Municipality of Rodriguez, Province of Rizal
Proclamation No. 233
August 20, 1993
Authorizing Anew the Goodwill Industries of the Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 232
August 19, 1993
Declaring Monday, August 30, 1993, As a Special Day in San Juan, Metro Manila
Proclamation No. 231
August 18, 1993
Declaring the Coastal Area and Islands Within Masinloc and Oyon Bay, Province of Zambales As a Marine Reserve
Proclamation No. 230
August 18, 1993
Declaring Friday, August 20, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Lucena
Proclamation No. 229
August 12, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 6 to 12, 1993, and Every Second Week of September Thereafter As “Strategic Planning and Management Week”
Proclamation No. 228
August 12, 1993
Reserving For National Shrine Site Purposes to Be Known As “Ricarte National Shrine” a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Barangay Malasin, Municipality of Batac, Province of Ilocos Norte
Proclamation No. 227
August 12, 1993
Authorizing the Educational Research and Development Assistance (Erda) Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 226
August 9, 1993
Declaring the Period From September 6 to 12, 1993 As “Management Consciousness Week”
Proclamation No. 225
August 9, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of September of Every Year As “National Temperance Week”
Proclamation No. 224
August 4, 1993
Declaring Friday, August 6, 1993, As a Special Day in the Province of Cebu and the Cities Therein
Proclamation No. 223
August 4, 1993
Declaring Friday, August 6, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Naga
Proclamation No. 222
August 3, 1993
Declaring the Approval and Adoption of the Philippine Statistical Development Program For 1993-1998
Proclamation No. 221
July 30, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of the Laya East Elementary School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Barangay of Laya East, Municipality of Tabuk, Province of Kalinga-Apayao, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 220
July 30, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of the Tantangan Central Elementary School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Poblacion, Municipality of Tantangan, Province of South Cotabato, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 219
July 30, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 924, Dated June 19, 1992, Which Declared As Reservation For International Airport a Parcel of Land of the Public Domain As Described on Its Attached Fmb Map Situated At General Santos City, Philippines
Proclamation No. 218
July 30, 1993
Authorizing the Southeast Asian Institute For the Deaf, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 217
July 29, 1993
Authorizing the Boy Scouts of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign From 1 September 1993 to 30 June 1994
Proclamation No. 213-A
July 29, 1993
Authorizing the Philippine Center For Diabetes Education to Conduct a National Fund Campaign
Proclamation No. 216
July 27, 1993
Creating and Designating the Area Covered By the Former Wallace Air Station and Contiguous Areas in Poro Point As Poro Point Special Economic and Freeport Zone and Transferring Lands to the Bases Conversion Development Authority Pursuant to Republic Act No. 7227
Proclamation No. 215
July 27, 1993
Declaring Monday, August 2, 1993, As a Special Day in the City of Butuan
Proclamation No. 214
July 27, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Coastal Areas of Bataan, Pampanga, Bulacan, Metro Manila and Cavite
Proclamation No. 213
July 23, 1993
Declaring the Fourth Week of July of Every Year As Diabetes Awareness Week
Proclamation No. 212
July 23, 1993
Declaring the First Week of September of Every Year As Philippine Councilors Week
Proclamation No. 211
July 23, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Tambulig, Province of Zamboanga Del Sur
Proclamation No. 210
July 22, 1993
Declaring Friday, July 23, 1993, As a Special Day in Gingoog City
Proclamation No. 209
July 22, 1993
Declaring the Period From July 24 to 30, 1993 As “Entrepreneurs Week”
Proclamation No. 208
July 22, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in General Santos City
Proclamation No. 207
July 21, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of July of Every Year As Respiratory Care Week
Proclamation No. 206
July 21, 1993
Authorizing the United Way Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 205
July 15, 1993
Declaring July 19, 1993 As a Special Day in Digos, Davao Del Sur to Commemorate the Founding Anniversary of Digos As Capital Town of Davao Del Sur
Proclamation No. 204
July 6, 1993
Declaring August 8–14, Every Year Henceforth As “Asean Week”
Proclamation No. 203
July 6, 1993
Reserving For Resettlement Purposes of the National Reconciliation Development Program a Parcel of Land, Situated in the Barangays of Carmencita and Santiago, Municipalities of Delfin Albano and Quirino, Province of Isabela, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 202
July 6, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in Various Provinces and Cities in Luzon
Proclamation No. 201
July 6, 1993
Declaring 15 July 1993 As a Special Day in the Entire Cordillera Administrative Region
Proclamation No. 200
June 30, 1993
Declaring 1 July 1993 As a Special Day in the City of Dipolog
Proclamation No. 199
June 30, 1993
Authorizing the Young Men’S Christian Association (Ymca) of Manila to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of Six (6) Months
Proclamation No. 198
June 29, 1993
Transferring the John Hay Air Station to the Bases Conversion Development Authority, Renaming It As Club John Hay, and Declaring It For Tourism, Human Resource Development Center and Multiple Use Forest Watershed Reservation Purposes
Proclamation No. 197
June 29, 1993
Declaring 1, July 1993 As a Special Day in the City of Tagbiliran
Proclamation No. 196
June 29, 1993
Declaring 1 July 1993 As a Special Day in the Province of Southern Leyte
Proclamation No. 195
June 21, 1993
Declaring June 24, 1993 As a Special Day in the City of Manila
Proclamation No. 194
June 17, 1993
Declaring June 19, 1993 As a Special Day in the Province of Laguna and in the City of San Pablo to Commemorate Special Day in the City of Dr. Jose P. Rizal
Proclamation No. 193
June 14, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, June 15, 1993, As a Special Day in Cagayan De Oro City
Proclamation No. 192
June 17, 1993
Declaring 22 June 1993 As a Special Day in the City of Dapitan
Proclamation No. 191
June 12, 1993
Declaring June 14 of Every Year As Usafip-Nl (United States Armed Forces Int He Philippines Northern Luzon) Day
Proclamation No. 190
June 10, 1993
Declaring October 24, 1993 As World Peace Through Law Days in the Philippines
Proclamation No. 189
June 7, 1993
Declaring 19 June 1993 As a Special Working Day in the Province of Surigao Del Sur to Be Known As “Araw Ng Surigao Del Sur”
Proclamation No. 188
June 2, 1993
Declaring the Adoption of the Philippine Tourism Master Plan and Mobilizing the Government and the Private Sector to Support Said Plan
Proclamation No. 187
June 2, 1993
Declaring 3 June 1993, Thursday, As a Special Day in the Province and City of Iloilo
Proclamation No. 186
May 31, 1993
Declaring 1 June 1993, Tuesday, As a Special Working Day in the Municipality of Makati, Metro Manila
Proclamation No. 185
May 31, 1993
Declaring the Last Week of June of Every Year As "National Organ and Blood Donation Awareness Week"
Proclamation No. 184
May 31, 1993
Declaring the Month of June of Every Year As “National Kidney Month”.
Proclamation No. 183
May 30, 1993
Declaring the Month of June of Every Year As “National No Smoking Month”.
Proclamation No. 182
May 27, 1993
Declaring a Period of National Mourning Over the Death of Former Vice President Fernando H. Lopez
Proclamation No. 181
May 21, 1993
Declaring the Period August 6 to August 12 of Every Year As “National Hospital Week”
Proclamation No. 180
May 21, 1993
Declaring the Period June 9–15 of Every Year As “Agrarian Reform Week” and Recognizing the Agrarian Reform Community Development Program As a Key Program For National Development
Proclamation No. 179
May 17, 1993
Declaring the Period From May 24 to 21, 1993 As “Farmer’S Productivity and Safety Week”
Proclamation No. 178
May 12, 1993
Establishing As Lucnab Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protecting, Maintaining, Or Improving Its Water Yield and Providing Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use, Certain Parcels of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Residence Section “D”, City of Baguio, Island of Luzon, Philippines.
Proclamation No. 177
May 12, 1993
Authorizing “Our Children, Our Future” to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 176
May 12, 1993
Authorizing the Philippine Tuberculosis Society, Inc. to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 175
May 7, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of May of Every Year As “National Public Market Week”
Proclamation No. 174
May 7, 1993
Declaring May 11 of Every Year As a Local Special Day in the Province of Biliran
Proclamation No. 173
May 6, 1993
Reserving For School Site Purposes of the Ma-A Elementary School a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Barangay of Ma-A, District of Talomo, Davao City, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 172
May 5, 1993
Declaring the Nationwide Observance in the Sports Decade of the Year 1993 As “Asian Track and Field Championships Years”
Proclamation No. 171
May 3, 1993
Authorizing Tahanan Outreach Projects and Services, Inc. to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 170
May 3, 1993
: Authorizing the World Family Institute, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign From May 3 to December 31, 1993
Proclamation No. 169
April 23, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of July of Every Year As “National Science and Technology Week,” and Authorizing the Department of Science and Technology to Undertake Appropriate Commemorative Ceremonies and Activities With the Support of Other Government Agencies and the Private Sector Thereby Amending Proclamation No. 2214, Dated 30 June 1982
Proclamation No. 168
April 21, 1993
Amending Proclamation No. 27, Dated September 4, 1986 and Proclamation No. 289, Dated July 18, 1988 to Change the “Alay-Lakad Para Sa Kabataan Day” to “Alay-Lakad At Takbo Para Sa Kabataan Day”
Proclamation No. 167
April 20, 1993
Declaring Export Development As the Key to Philippine Balanced Agri-Industrial Economic Growth to the Year 2000
Proclamation No. 166
April 19, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of April of Every Year As “Emergency Medicine Week”
Proclamation No. 165
April 6, 1993
Declaring Saturday, April 10, 1993, As a Special Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 164
April 3, 1993
Declaring Saturday, April 3, 1993, As “Municipality of Balangiga Day” in the Province of Eastern Samar
Proclamation No. 163
April 3, 1993
Creating and Designating the Area Covered By the Clark Special Economic Zone and Transferring These Lands to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority Pursuant to Republic Act No. 7227
Proclamation No. 162
March 31, 1993
Declaring June 26 As “Batanes Day” a Special Non-Working Holiday in the Province of Batanes
Proclamation No. 161
March 31, 1993
Authorizing the Rcm Eyebank Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a National Educational and Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 160
March 31, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of April of Every Year As National Jaycee Week
Proclamation No. 159
March 29, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Gumaca, Province of Quezon
Proclamation No. 158
March 29, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the City of San Pablo and the Municipalities of Nagcarlan and Rizal, Both in the Province of Laguna
Proclamation No. 157
March 29, 1993
Declaring Monday, March 29, 1993, As “Municipality of Tagig Day” in the Municipality of Tagig, Metro Manila
Proclamation No. 156
March 25, 1993
Proclaiming Lingayen Gulf As An Environmentally Critical Area
Proclamation No. 155
March 24, 1993
Declaring March 25 and 26, 1993 As Special Days in the City of Cotabato
Proclamation No. 154
March 19, 1993
Declaring the Fourth Week of April of Every Year As National Dance Week
Proclamation No. 153
March 19, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of April of Every Year As Secretaries Week
Proclamation No. 152
March 19, 1993
Declaring the Period From April 13 to 20 of Every Week As Quedan Agri-Credit Week
Proclamation No. 151
March 16, 1993
Declaring Tuesday, April 27, 1993, As a Special Day in Lapu-Lapu City
Proclamation No. 150
March 15, 1993
Declaring the Period From March 15 to 21, 1993, As Rotary Week
Proclamation No. 149
March 5, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Municipality of Aparri, Cagayan
Proclamation No. 148
March 8, 1993
Declaring March 9, 1993, As Laurel Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 147
March 3, 1993
Declaring April 21 and May 19, 1993 and Every Third Wednesday of January and February Thereafter, For Two Years, As National Immunization Days (Nids)
Proclamation No. 146
February 27, 1993
Declaring the 27Th Day of March of Every Year As a Special Day in the Municipality of San Juan
Proclamation No. 145
February 26, 1993
Declaring 2 March of Each Year a Special Day in the Municipality of Cabatuan, Iloilo to Commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Tomas Confesor
Proclamation No. 144
February 26, 1993
Declaring April 7, 1993 and Every Year Thereafter As the Foundation Day of Mountain Province
Proclamation No. 143
February 21, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Province of Basilan
Proclamation No. 142
February 16, 1993
Declaring February 25, 1993 As a Special Non-Working Holiday
Proclamation No. 141
February 10, 1993
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of Southern Leyte
Proclamation No. 140
February 9, 1993
Declaring May 7, 1993 As a Special Day in the City of San Pablo
Proclamation No. 139
February 9, 1993
Excluding From the Operation of Proclamation No. 518, Dated January 31, 1990, Certain Portions of the Land Embraced Therein, Situated in Barangay West Rembo, Municipality of Makati, Metro Manila, Island of Luzon and Reserving the Same For School Site Purposes of the Makati College
Proclamation No. 138
February 9, 1993
Declaring Friday, February 26, 1993, As a Special Day in Zamboanga City
Proclamation No. 137
February 7, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Provinces of Agusan Del Norte and Surigao Del Norte and in Surigao City
Proclamation No. 136
February 5, 1993
Further Amending Proclamation No. 1530, Dated February 2, 1976, By Providing For a System of Valuation in Accordance With Republic Act No. 3844 As Amended Or in Accordance With Such System of Valuation, Mode Or Terms of Payment As May Be Agreed Upon By the Land Bank of the Philippines and the Department of Agrarian Reform
Proclamation No. 135
February 3, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Province of Albay and in the City of Legaspi
Proclamation No. 134
February 3, 1993
Declaring Wednesday, February 3, 1993, As a Special Day in Cabanatuan City
Proclamation No. 133
February 3, 1993
Reserving For Hospital Site Purposes a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Jolo, Province of Sulu, Island of Jolo
Proclamation No. 132
February 2, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Province of Agusan Del Sur and in the City of Butuan
Proclamation No. 131
January 27, 1993
Declaring the Period From February 21 to 28, 1993 As Horseracing Week
Proclamation No. 130
January 27, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of February of Every Year As National Astronomy Week
Proclamation No. 129
January 27, 1993
Declaring the Period From February 1 to 7, 1993 As Office Machine Industry Week
Proclamation No. 128
January 25, 1993
Declaring Monday, February 1, 1993, As a Special Day in Camarines Norte
Proclamation No. 127
January 21, 1993
Segregating For Homesite Purposes of the Tarlac Veterans Homeowners Association, Inc. (Tarvetas) From the Camp Servillano Aquino Reservation Under Proclamation No. 255 a Parcel of Land Located At Barangay San Rafael, Municipality of Tarlac, Province of Tarlac
Proclamation No. 126
January 17, 1993
Authorizing the Philippine Mental Health Association, Inc., to Conduct a Fund Raising Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 125
January 15, 1993
Proclaiming the Nationwide Observance in the Philippines of the Asian and Pacific Decade of Disabled Persons, 1993-2002
Proclamation No. 124
January 13, 1993
Declaring the Third Week of January of Every Year As Philippine Kiwanis Week
Proclamation No. 123-A
January 10, 1993
Declaring the Existence of State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Malita, Don Marcelino, and Jose Abad Santos, All of Davao Del Sur
Proclamation No. 123
January 5, 1993
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Provinces of Davao Oriental and Surigao Del Sur
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