Gov. Bonz Dolor

GOVERNOR
BONZ DOLOR

GOVERNOR, ORIENTAL MINDORO

GOV BONZ DOLOR

POLITICAL CAREER

1992: SK Chairman of barangay Adrialuna in Naujan
1996: Elected SK Provincial Federation President; thus becoming an Ex-Officio Member of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Oriental Mindoro.
1997: Authored the “Revised 1997 SK Constitution and by-Laws of the Republic of the Philippines” which was ratified unanimously through a referendum.
2001: Youngest Board Member to be elected in the province at 24.
2002: Authored the 2002 Constitution and By-Laws of the National Movement of Young Legislators, which was ratified through a referendum in Cebu City.
2010: Youngest elected Vice Governor of Oriental Mindoro at 33.
2013: Unopposed Vice Governor of the province.
2016: Garnered the most number of votes across all elective provincial positions.

LOCAL / NATIONAL

He serves as the Chairman of the Oriental Mindoro Council of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines, and he holds the rank of Major in the Army Reserve Command with the designation of Deputy Brigade Commander. 

He is also the Chairman of the PNP-MIMAROPA Regional Advisory Council and was recently elected as Vice President for Luzon (South) in the League of Provinces of the Philippines.

The Vice President for Luzon (South) of the League of Provinces of the Philippines.

PERSONAL LIFE

Bonz, shortened for bunso, is the youngest of the four children of Tito Tony and Estrellita Dolor.

He was born on 27 November 1976 in Naujan, Oriental Mindoro. Married for 16 years to Hiyas Govina. They have one daughter Hayle Dolor.

His brother Dr. Hubert Dolor is the current Provincial Administrator and concurrently Provincial Health Officer, while his elder brother Atty. serves as the Fiscal and Engr. Humphrey

Programs

Health

Kapag Lima Libre Na” program, free ambulance service for indigent patients of public hospitals which was expanded to “Ang Sampu Mo, Sagot ng Kapitolyo” financial assistance program for indigent patients of the government hospitals in the province; 

Upgrading of the facilities and services at the 5 public hospitals in the province. 

24/7 free ambulance service, as well as transport of cadaver of indigent Mindoreños, especially the indigenous members of the community

Through the “Adopt-a-Ward” program, the PGOM established partnership with different institutions and companies to sponsor the cost of renovation works and purchase of equipment of a ward of their choice in the Provincial Hospital. As of today, there are five adopted wards in the OMPH.

Through Gov Bonz’s partnership with Sen. Bong Go, a Malasakit Center has been established at the OMPH to further provide assistance to people under medical emergency. 

GSMAC

Galing at Serbisyo para sa Mindoreño Action Center, the flagship program that provides proactive social services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Tourism

Revitalized through cultural events and activities being set all over the province, year-round, coupled with infrastructure projects being implemented this year – the Oriental Mindoro Heritage Museum in Calapan City, the Oriental Mindoro Sports Complex in Naujan, and the Tourist Rest and Souvenir Stops in several municipalities. 

Public safety

Major steps are being taken to address flood, unreliable power supply, mining, illegal logging, public transport, and other issues that hinder Oriental Mindoro’s bid for progress.

COVID-19 Response

Established Oriental Mindoro Food Corridor, which allowed the normal course of transport of essential food products while ensuring the monitoring, containment, control and prevention of the spread of COVID 19.

PROJECTS

COVID-19 Response

Established the OMPH has also been one of the first LGU hospitals to have the Covid GenExpert testing laboratory and the Molecular laboratory. 

“Isang Bahay, Isang Bigay”: two waves of food assistance distribution to all households in the province was also done through this program in the first week of April and last week of May 2020.

Infrastructure

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Led big-ticket infrastructure amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes:

The Capitol in the South, located in Roxas – the center of the southern district of Oriental Mindoro, aims to bring government frontline services closer to the people especially those in the far south; 

The Oriental Mindoro Heritage Museum, located in Calapan City, aims to provide the people a strong sense of identity through history, culture and heritage. This project is sponsored by former House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano. 

The Oriental Mindoro Sports Complex, located in Naujan, aims to provide the local athletes with a venue to hone and showcase their talents and skills. With significant structures to be built through the generosity of fellow public servants who believe in Gov Bonz’s vision – Senator Sonny Angara, Senator Migz Zubiri, and former House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano, the province is posed to qualify as a venue for the Palarong Pambansa once sporting events resume after the pandemic.

Youth Development

The Sentrong Pangkabataan has been Gov Bonz’s dream since his Sangguniang Kabataaan days. As provincial SK president, he wanted a home for the young people of the province to converge, to hold worthwhile activities like seminars and trainings, and plan for future projects and activities together. 

This year, through the support of Senator Bong Go, the Sentrong Pangkabataan will rise on the very lot donated to the Sangguniang Kabataan more than two decades ago, under the name SK Humerlito Dolor

Flood control

Purchased two new bulldozers to bolster the flood mitigation efforts in the municipalities of Naujan and Baco. 

In less than one year since the governor assumed office, Oriental Mindoro’s Flood Mitigation Master Plan, which was approved by the Regional Development Council, and has been submitted to Senator Ralph Recto. 

The DENR released its first Administrative Order Providing Mechanisms for River Restoration, which will be applied in Oriental Mindoro. The DENR AO is currently being implemented in the province.

Education

In cooperation with the Local School Board, distributed bond papers, printers and other materials to all public elementary and high schools in the province, as well as Risographs to big schools identified by the Division Office, in support of the modular learning system. 

All grade 12 students enrolled in public high schools province-wide were also given myPhone tablets each. 

Barangay

Barangay Health Workers (BHW) and Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS), on the other hand, received their first cash incentive in accordance to Provincial Ordinance number 100-2019 “An ordinance granting benefits and incentives to all qualified Barangay Health Workers (BHW) and Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) in the Province of Oriental Mindoro…” This legislative measure is historic and one of the most meaningful as this is the only ordinance which was both authored and approved by Gov. Bonz as Vice Governor in June 2019 and as Governor the following month, after his inauguration as the province’s new Local Chief Executive

Health: SAMPU MO, SAGOT NG KAPITOLYO

Kapag Lima Libre Na” program, free ambulance service for indigent patients of public hospitals which was expanded to “Ang Sampu Mo, Sagot ng Kapitolyo” financial assistance program for indigent patients of the government hospitals in the province; 

Upgrading of the facilities and services at the 5 public hospitals in the province. 24/7 free ambulance service, as well as transport of cadaver of indigent Mindoreños, especially the indigenous members of the community

Through the “Adopt-a-Ward” program, the PGOM established partnership with different institutions and companies to sponsor the cost of renovation works and purchase of equipment of a ward of their choice in the Provincial Hospital. As of today, there are five adopted wards in the OMPH.

Through Gov Bonz’s partnership with Sen. Bong Go, a Malasakit Center has been established at the OMPH to further provide assistance to people under medical emergency. 

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