NSO marks 68th anniversary
Negros Occidental (21 August) -- After Commonwealth Act No. 591 was approved August 19, 1940 the National Statistics Office was first named the Bureau of Census and Statistics.
Now celebrating its 68th anniversary, the National Statistics Office continues to bring service to thousands of its clients everyday.
With the theme "Ibayong Serbisyo sa Sisenta'y Otso", NSO's advocacy and primary concern is to perform well and to strive doubly hard in order to deliver the quality service to the public and to be able to meet the increasing demand of its clients on civil registry documents.
NSO-Negros Occidental branch office conducted an interpersonal awareness campaign at downtown Bacolod informing the public about NSO and the occasion.
A one-day personnel enhancement activity followed as their way of commemorating the event. Being aware of the needs of the environment and to respond to the program of the government of taking care of the environment, NSO personnel conducted a weekly tree planting activity in the different areas of Bacolod City.
The seedlings planted were provided by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. (NSO/PIA/EAD) [top]