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Province of Davao De Oro

The Province of Davao De Oro is located in the southern part of Mindanao Island in the Philippines. Formerly known as Compostela Valley, it was renamed Davao De Oro in 2019. The province has a total land area of 4,666.34 square kilometers and is composed of 11 municipalities and 1 component city. It is known for its diverse natural resources, including forests, waterfalls, hot springs, and rivers. The province is also home to various indigenous communities that preserve their culture and traditions. The major industries in Davao De Oro are agriculture, mining, and tourism.

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Elected Officials | Province of Davao De Oro


Dorothy “Dotdot” Gonzaga


Jayvee Tyron L. Uy

Representative – District 1

Maricar Zamora

Representative – District 2

Ruwell Peter S. Gonzaga

Board Member – District 1

  • Kol Herv Zamora Apsay
  • Dyud Lopoz
  • Willy Ang
  • Renato Basanes
  • Eutropio Jayectin

Board Member – District 2

  • Ruwina Gonzaga
  • Kris Caballero
  • Vinsay Secuya
  • Raul Caballero
  • Bebot Arancon

Former Officials

Former Governor

Jayvee Tyron L. Uy

Former Vice-Governor

Maria Carmen S. Zamora

Former Congressman / Representative – District 1

Manual “Way Kurat” E. Zamora

Former Congressman / Representative – District 2

Board Member – District 1

  • Nena G. Atamosa
  • Marie Jude F. Lopoz
  • Adolfo C. Ang
  • Joseph T. Jauod

Board Member – District 2

  • Arturo T. Uy
  • Macario T. Humol

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