Archive for July, 2012
Honorable Stephany Uy-Tan, Chair of the City Council’s Committee on Family, Women and Children was in the SPED Center of Catbalogan I District Elementary School this morning to hand out educational assistance amounting PhP3,500 to each of the thirty seven deaf-mute and autistic students who make up the said class.
The entire activity is in keeping with the observance of the 34th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week which started last July 17, 2012 and shall run until the 23rd of this month. The declaration of the 3rd week of July as such is stipulated in Presidential Proclamation No. 361, S. 2002 and was first conceptualized to bring attention to the plight of Persons with Disabilities (PWD), recognize their special skills and integrate them into the mainstream society.
This year’s theme, “Mainstreaming Persons with Disabilities in Economic Development”, aims to see the PWD sector as equal partners in the workforce through full employment. It also calls for the elimination of gaps and barriers that might hinder this goal.
City Social Welfare and Development Officer (CSWDO) NIda Aroza said that her office is currently conducting a mass registration of all PWDs in the city in order to determine the exact quantity of residents fall into this sector. The baseline information shall be used in determining appropriate programs and issuance of Identification Cards that shall entitle them to particular privileges.
The City of Catbalogan was among the towns and cities in the entire region who took part in the Regional Nutrition Caravan last July 18, 2012. The caravan started at the City Hall and passed by the northern barangays, making specific stops in Brgy. San Vicente and Brgy. Cabugawan before proceeding to Brgy. Silanga for a short program with close to 300 Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) and mothers in attendance.
The Barangay Nutrition Scholars and mothers were chosen as participants as they play a key role in spreading word about the importance of good nutrition. Other key stakeholders who were present during the program were the school district supervisors, members of the City Nutrition Council, local officials, the media and representatives from the National Nutrition Council (NNC) – Regional Office 08.
The activity was spearheaded by the City Nutrition Council, led by City Nutrition Action Officer, Mrs. Herminia Cabral and the City Council’s Chair of the Committee on Health, Hon. Stephany Uy-Tan. NNC – RO 08’s Nutrition Officer, Ms. Segundina Devota Dilao came to show support for the local council’s efforts. She was accompanied by members of HIMSoG or Harmonized Initiatives of Media for the Support of Good Nutrition. City Vice Mayor Art Sherwin Gabon, council members including Hon. Jovito Redaja, Hon. Maximo Pescos and ABC City Federation President Edward M. Uy also came to give inspirational messages.
The said caravan was conducted in celebration of the National Nutrition Month, which this year is focused on raising awareness about the importance of making vegetables a part of the daily diet in order to maintain a healthy, disease-free lifestyle. This is summed up in this year’s theme which is “Pagkain ng Gulay Ugaliin, Araw-araw Natin Itong Ihain”. The message comes at an opportune time as it is also
seen as a key factor in the city’s fight against malnutrition, which is seen as one of its most serious problems to date, having topped the list of Local Government Units with high malnutrition rate.
The Civil Service Commission – Samar Field Office conducted a two-day live-out training on “Developmental Training Program for Administrative Support Services (DTPASS)” last July 16-17, 2012 at Samar Waling-Waling Inn, Catbalogan City.
Almost eighty (80) participants from various Local Government Units (LGUs), State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), National Governments Agencies (NGAs), and Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) from the Province of Samar attended the DTPASS.
Speakers during the said training were Ms. Elma C. Sultan – Instructor of Samar State University; Mr. Rogelio B. Ramos – Sr. Personnel Specialist
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of Human Resource Division, Civil Service Commission – Region VIII; and Ms. Eleonor B. Garcia – Chief Personnel Specialist of Human Resource Division, CSC, Region VIII and was further assisted by the Dir. Cyril-Nathan Eamiguel of the CSC – Samar Field Office.
The training was conducted to equip the participants with the skills on correspondence through universally-accepted standards on grammar, punctuation, syllabication; effective speaking and communication skills; telephone manners; building a positive self-image; systematic records filing and management; handling problem clients and common complaints; and norms of conduct of public officials and employees.
The DTPASS was
aimed at training frontline service providers to be more effective and efficient in public service provision.
The City Government of Catbalogan joins the 34th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week Celebration from July 17-23, 2012 with the theme, “Mainstreaming Persons with Disabilities in Economic Conditions”.
Said celebration is in support of the nation’s efforts in raising public awareness on the concerns of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) as anchored on Presidential Proclamation No. 361 series of 2002 as amended by Administrative Order No. 35 series of 2002 declaring every 3rd week of July as the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week.
Representatives of various agencies making up the City Council for the Protection of Children/ City Early Childhood Care and Development Coordinating Committee (CCPC/CECCDCC) met today, July 17, 2012 for a workshop to draft and finalize the City Action Plan for 2013.This shall be incorporated into the city’s annual budget for next year and comprises one percent 1% of the same.
The said plan is a consolidated input from various members of said council with regards to the city’s activities, programs, projects and services for children. It was designed to address the four basic rights of children, namely survival rights, development rights, protection rights and participation rights. These rights are specified in the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in which, the Philippines is one of the signatories.
Also serving as guide for the council in plan formulation is the Child 21 or Philippine National Framework for Plan Development for Children, which is a set of goals for every Filipino Children by year 2025.
The daylong activity was facilitated by the City Local Government Operations Officer, Mr. Jose Obrero. Those in attendance also included Hon. Stephany Uy-Tan, Chair of the City Council’s Committee on Family, Women and Children; Mrs. Nida Aroza, City Social Welfare and Development Officer; Dr. Gerarda Tizon, City Health Officer; Engr. Arnaldo Aroza, City Planning and Development Officer; Mrs. Adelaida Lamadrid, City Budget Officer; Atty. Aileen Forteza, City Legal Officer; Dr. Edita S. De Veyra, City Schools Division Superintendent; Mrs. Annie Mustacisa, Assistant City Social Welfare and Development Officer, Mrs. Elizabeth Lim, Assistant City Treasurer and PO1 Jobelle Magdasoc, PNP Focal Person for Gender and Development.
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Catbaloganon nga may-ada kita mga kaso hin Dengue H-Fever ngan uro-uro han iba-iba na barangay ha Ciudad han Catbalogan. Para mapugngan naton an pagkamay-ada hini na mga sakit, buhaton naton an mga masunod:
- Para han Dengue H-Fever, amo ini an aton dapat himuon:
- Ayaw pagtipig hin ano nga butang nga pwede matirukan hin tubig ug mabunayan hin namok sugad hin lata, botelya, kaliding hin sarakyan ha sakob o gawas ha panimalay.
- Hugasi hin maupay an plorera ug iba pa nga surodlan hin tubig usa ka beses ha kada simana.
- Takpi an surodlan hin tubig agud malikayan an pagsulod ug pamunay han mga namok.
- Kita-a ngan limpyohi an mga saruyong hin tubig ha balay para malikayan an pagbi-aw ngan pagtirok dida han uran nga tubig.
- Gumamit hin mosquitero ha pagkaturog kun kaya butangan hin screen an bintana ug purtahan han panimalay.
- Ayaw paghatag hin aspirin ha usa ka tawo nga guindududahan nga may sakit nga Dengue H-Fever.
- Butangi an binibi-awan nga lugar han iyo libong hin binolyas han paglaba o diri ngani, butangi hin asin an tubig o tubig nga tikang ha dagat.
- Ipasabot layon ha gihaharani-e nga sentro han panlawas kun may-ada gindududahan hini nga sakit nga Dengue H-Fever.
- Gin aaghat an mga opisyales han tagsa-tagsa nga barangay nga maghimo hin pitad pinaagi hin paglimpyo (Search and Destroy) ha kada barangay aber mapudngan an paglarab hini nga nakamamatay nga sakit nga Dengue H-Fever.
- Para han uro-uro, amo ini liwat an aton angay buhaton:
- Pakaladkari an inumon na tubig sakub hin kinse ngadto ha trenta minutes tikang pagkaladkad san-o inumon.
- Kun diri lasuon an tubig, gamit hin chlorine para han inumon na tubig pero kumonsulta anay ha sanitary ug health workers para han isakto na timpla han chlorine.
- Ayaw pagkaon han mga diri ginluluto na pagkaon.
- Regular na maghugas han kamot hin sabon ug tubig san-o ug kahuman kaon ngan kahuman gumamit hin kasilyas.
- Himusa hin maupay ug takpi an sobra na pagkaon para diri daupon hin langaw ug mga insekto.
Ha kadugangan nga impormasyon, bumisita ha pinakaharani nga Health Center o Hospital ha iyo lugar.
An nagpapasabot amo an opisina han Mayor han Catbalogan pinaagi kan HON. STEPHANY UY-TAN, Sangguniang Panlungsod Committee Chair on Health, Social and Related Services.
On July 10, 2012 at City Hall Lobby, nearly 50 scholars from the island barangays each received brand new
school supplies, which included a bag, notebook, pad papers and other school items as well as a uniform allowance of P1,000.00 as part
of Mayor Tekwa’s Scholarship Program.
Specifically, 8 from Barangay Bagongon, 16 from Barangay Mombon, 8 from
Barangay Canhawan Gote, and 13 from Barangay Buluan.
Said turn-over of school supplies were assisted by the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) and
the City Government was represented in by City Councilors Stephany Uy-Tan and Maximo “Max” Pescos.
In preparation for the upcoming 2012 Manaragat Festival: August Month-long City Fiesta Celebration, City Councilor Stephany Uy-Tan along with City Budget Officer and Local School Board Secretary Adelaida Lamadrid met with the officials, principals and district supervisors of the newly-reopened City Schools Division last July 09 at their new office at Del Rosario Street, beside the old Land Bank building, to discuss on the different activities organized by the City Government in partnership with the academe.
Discussed on the said meeting are the two-week long cultural presentations of the different elementary, secondary and college
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schools in the city from August 01-11; the scheduled City Division DepEd Night – A Night for the Academe on August 17; and their participation to the Manaragat Festival Grand Parade and Showdown on August 23.
With the inclusion of the Division of Catbalogan City to this year’s occasion, we hope to make this festivities more meaningful to every Catbaloganon that we serve.