The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) has launched the #50FirstDays campaign to highlight the achievements, and milestones of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte's administration since his assumption to office on June 30.
This will be the first time that an incumbent President will showcase his achievements even with only two months coming into the presidency.
"The Duterte administration challenges the status quo of the usual 100-day milestone. We are confident that even at an early stage, we have effected change in our government while calling everyone to be our partner for change," said Communications Secretary Martin Andanar.
"Change is happening everyday. It feels like everyday is a new day for a new Philippines. That is why we chose to tag it as the '50 First Days.'" Andanar added.
On August 18, at 12 noon, PCO will release a documentary on PTV-4 to give a recap of President Duterte's day-to-day activities since day one up until his 50th day in office.
Narrated by Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella, the documentary will also feature insights from cabinet secretaries, other government officials, as well as the ordinary Filipinos who have hoped for change to come through his promise of change.
An interactive website containing the administration's achievements will also be launched on the President's 50th day in office.
"Through the #50FirstDays campaign, we call to action every Filipino to help us implement more reforms and have hope that good things are coming for our country. Every one is our partner for change," Andanar said.
Source: Philippine Information Agency