The Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPA) is in thick preparations to ensure the successful
conduct of Sandugo Agri-fair 2022 slated on July 18-20, 2022 at the Old Tagbilaran City Airport.
The 3-day fair beaming the theme “Ang Tinubdan sa Pagkaon atong Ampingan aron ang Pag-
asenso Makuptan” is an annual activity of the Provincial Government of Bohol (PGBh) to add savor of
the month-long celebration of Bohol Sandugo Festival every month of July.
Usually, the celebration has been participated by more than 20 municipalities and it is expected
to have more participants in this new blend of leadership in the provincial government under the
leadership of Gov. Aris Aumentado and Vice Gov. Dionisio Victor Balite.
In view of this, a preparatory meeting has been called tomorrow to be attended by the Agri-fair
Technical Working Group (TWG), Municipal Agriculturists/Municipal Agricultural Officers and
representatives from agri-related government agencies to finalize the preparation and encourage active
As of the presstime, there are already seven municipalities have manifested their intention to
participate the fair.
The fair is a perfect venue to showcase the agricultural products from the Boholano
fisherfolks/farmers that would create market between them and the possible traders or buyers.
There are contests with big prizes at stake that have been conducted such as: Pinaka (the
biggest agri-products/commodities), booth contest, Martin Nievera Voice Alike Singing and She’s Gone
Challenge Singing Contests, Tango Dance, Tiktok Challenge (Paro Paro G) Contest (Male/Female Senior
Citizen Category), Motorcade and Bangus Deboning Contests.
Provincial Agriculturist Liza M. Quirog and Assistant Provincial Agriculturist Larry M. Pamugas
have already directed the different working committees just created to do their shared duties and
responsibilities to ensure the successful conduct of Sandugo Agri-fair 2022.
The fair also aims to recognize and reward the sweats and toils among Boholano
fisherfolks/farmers in the quest of making Bohol food abundance and far from hunger place to live in.
By Atoy Cosap