Citizens' lack of awareness of the city government services especially those living in the far-flung areas

Registration: 24 Sep 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Submission: 25 Oct 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Participanting Teams: 3
Submissions: 0
LGU: Cauayan City
Themes: Regional OrganizationsBusiness and Civil SocietyClimate ChangeSustainable InfrastructureFood and SecurityEducation and Occupational Immobility
Categories: Smarter Governance
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Innovative solutions are introduced everywhere to accommodate the fast dissemination of information for development. Whether policies or economic agenda, it is people’s right to have access to information and ideas on how the government plans to operate its services. In times of national emergencies like the pandemic, it is essential that credible information is best extended to communities to inform, empower, and consolidate cooperative responses exhibiting resilient actions.

While the government invested in technology to support cost-efficient deliveries of services, there are still communities that are unreachable by development. These vulnerable communities do not have easy access to power supply, nor the privilege to enjoy the information that the central communities are enjoying. Other than radios, several numbers of locales acquire mobile phones for communication and television yet, experience difficulties in signal transmission hindering them to be informed about the innovations that the government promotes. It is evident that due to this digital divide, many of these vulnerable communities are lacking the knowledge and mechanisms to adopt changes. More when national emergencies are experienced like calamities and the prevalence of infectious diseases.

That is why, it is the right time that the City of Cauayan in partnership with DAP and DOST to convene Data Analytics Experts, Academicians, Researchers, Students, and the locals of Cauayan City to meet in this Hackathon, a convening activity to work on with the LGU data sets and create innovations that will surely disseminate information to aid challenges and guide people to be resilient at all times.

The following use-case statements are your guide to help you align your intention in addressing areas of this challenge:

  1. Employing digital mechanisms for information dissemination about the LGU's services to raise regional support.
  2. Innovating solutions accessible in far-flung areas to notify authorities about armed conflict issues.
  3. The power of DSA in setting demarcation to resolve territorial disputes.
  4. Developing digital solutions to facilitate easy and fast business transactions to invite potential investors.
  5. Developing activities/programs that will empower communities to build their businesses and uphold financial freedom using available data in the LGU.
  6. Establishing a digital platform to convene Civil Societies and other development organizations to discover the economic potentials of the LGU.
  7. Utilizing data to develop innovative solutions that will notify people in the community about emerging climate threats or disastrous calamities.
  8. Making use of data to produce technological innovations that will alert people on what areas are safe to evacuate.
  9. DSA as a tool to establish climate-resilient facilities in far-flung areas.
  10. How can DSA help the LGU establish a community-based satellite station for all sustainable projects of the government?
  11. What kind of innovations can be stationed in the community that is accessible, attainable, and sustainable to help communities benefit from the services of the government?
  12. How can DSA help the LGU develop an innovation hub to incubate potentially remarkable business ideas with sustainable design?
  13. How can DSA develop an ingenious solution for the LGU to facilitate concerns of the community about pest control management and agricultural productivity to achieve food security?
  14. How can DSA assist the LGU in extending best agricultural practices to far-flung areas to improve agricultural yield and meet the demands of the market?
  15. How can DSA strengthen the agricultural confidence of the LGU to achieve food sufficiency?
  16. How can DSA help small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs avail government opportunities to boost agricultural yield?
  17. How can DSA help the LGU convene its people to adopt farm machinery?
  18. How can DSA assure that farmers will not be displaced whenever digital infrastructure is employed in the field to do agricultural activities?
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Annual Investment Plan of Cauayan City
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (1)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (2)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (3)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (4)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (5)
Executive Legislative Agenda 2017-2019
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Tenure Status per Barangay (2016-2017)
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