CATARMAN, Northern Samar– The Gebulwangan Solar Pump Project covering an area of 49.40 hectares has supplied farmers access to more efficient agricultural technology thereby assuring them sustainable livelihood and the public much affordable goods.
After the Northern Samar Irrigation Management Office (NSIMO) sustains and regulates the project turnover and acceptance ceremony held at Brgy. Gebulwangan, this town on April 17, 2024.

The ceremony was led by NSIMO division manager Engr. Georden Lemsic and his assistant, Engr. Cesar Echano.

Mayor Francisco Aurelio Rosales III of this town also attended the ceremony.

Officials of the Gebulwangan led by its chairman, Dominador Senining, as well as the members of the Gebulwangan Irrigators Association including the residents have witnessed the ceremonial activity.

The modernized irrigation system not only enhances agricultural productivity but also reduces the reliance on fuel, offering a sustainable solution for farmers. Encouraged by the success of this initiative, the IMO of Northern Samar pledges its continued support for similar projects in the future.

Solar-powered irrigation pumps emerge as a cost-effective and energy-efficient solution, particularly in Catarman’s current weather conditions.

The government aims to expand the installation of such projects to stimulate the production of diverse crops, under the visionary leadership of Engr. Georden A. Lemsic. (EUGENE ENANO)