Archive for February, 2013
Protection (BFP) and the whole nation in celebrating the National Fire Prevention Month
on March 2013 with the theme “Sunog at Sakuna Paghandaan, Kalikasan ay Pangalagaan nang Matamasa ang Pag-unlad ng Bayan”.
The City Government of Catbalogan is in line to receive from the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC), an Omnibus Commitment Line Facility in the amount of 48 Million Pesos, to fund eight (8) LGU-owned housing project.
The amount is being given as part of SHFC’s Localized Community Mortgage Program (LCMP), which shall be implemented once a Memorandum of Agreement is signed by representatives of the two concerned parties.
This information was personally relayed to City Mayor Coefredo T. Uy by Ms. Zenona Clemen, the LCMP Visayas Coordinator. Also present during the meeting were City Councilor Hon. Stephany Uy-Tan and City Planning Officer Engr. Arnaldo Aroza.
This latest development is one of the LGU’s initiative to address the city’s concern on housing.
EZ Maps, the country’s leading tourist map brand is set to produce the latest edition of the Samar-Leyte map. As part of this initiative, EZ Maps Editor Mr. Bernard Supetran has recently conducted an ocular inspection of Catbalogan City last February 15, 2013 before heading to Calbayog City and to Catarman.
Endorsed by the Regional Office of the Department of Tourism, the updated map is angled to be another tool to promote the region to the country’s tourist market throughout nationwide circulation network and information that will be gathered can be used for future map or tourist brochure projects.
City Mayor Coefredo “Tekwa” Uy personally met with Mr. Supetran along
with Sangguniang Panlungsod Committee Chair on Tourism Hon. Stephany Uy-Tan at the Office of the City Mayor.
As shared by Mr. Supetran himself, the existing EZ Map that covers Catbalogan City is at least 3-years old and will only be updated this year. Many establishments and offices have already flourished since then and this map update will further compliment the City Government’s initiative to open its gates to tourists and investors alike.
EZ Maps® travel publications are available at more than 800 retail outlets nationwide such as airports, seaports, gas service stations, hotel shops, magazine shops, National Book Stores, Powerbooks and Travel Café outlets.
The City Government of Catbalogan thru the Sangguniang Panlungsod Committee Chair on Health Hon. Stephany Uy-Tan will be conducting a Bloodletting Activity on February 15, 2013 at City Health Office, Pier Dos, this City to commence at 08:00 AM.
In selecting a potential donor, there are several factors to consider:
a. Age – 18 to 60 years old
b. Weight –
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at least 60 kgs
c. Sex – Both men and women are accepted donors
d. No tattoos on the body
e. Has not undergone a recent surgical procedure.
f. Prospective blood donor should not drink any alcoholic beverages a day before the scheduled bloodletting.
For more information, kindly call the City Health Office at (055) 251-6937.
Communication and stressors are part of our environment everywhere all the time. In today’s world we have no choice about what is there, only choices about how well we communicate, how quickly we tune out poor communication (propaganda, speculation, lies, pandering, self serving sensationalism) and how well we manage the stress. Even though children do not realize it, communication makes the difference as to whether or not children can feel secure, not just be secure.
The happenings of nature as we look back on the last eighteen months are great cases in point. It is a dramatic list, filled with tragedy and sorrow, suffering and devastation: heat waves, droughts, record cold, tsunamis, earthquakes, nuclear reactor meltdowns, radiation warnings, volcanic eruptions, blizzards, floods, tropical storms and tornadoes. How these happenings were reported and how they were talked about made a great difference: those involved and those looking on or indirectly impacted experienced far less stress because the communication was realistic, honest and sincere. There were, in fact, very few surprises. We knew what was likely to happen. Afterward we knew what did happen and for the most part why it happened and how it happened.
When we stop being children we still want to get the news! Regarding responsibility for the people on your premises or in any way depending on you for safety and protection, the lesson is this: tell it straight, make sure to speak in ways that are age appropriate so that children hear it in terms they can grasp, and take plenty of questions. Of course bad news will be stressful, but hiding bad news will be far more stressful: we cannot cope with what we cannot see, hear, touch, recognize or anticipate. When communication is fudged our imaginations go wild, trust goes down, and stress goes up.
With children it is important to make sure they understand the message. When a news bulletin pops up on the screen indicating a tornado warning, for example, a child may not understand that the warning is for somewhere else. Children may think they are about to be flooded, blown away, or otherwise victimized by an event of nature when in fact they are perfectly safe.We live in an information age. So make sure children understand the communication!
Communication is the reason we have signs, phones and computers, as well as writing and speaking. Information, communication and stress are part of life. Communicate well and the stress will be less. For children this is all the more important. They mostly know what they are told about storms and the various other events of nature, such as forest fires and flooding. When we tell children in advance about storms that are approaching we are also communicating to them that we will tell them straight. That makes for trust. In the end, especially for children, trust trumps news of impending danger.
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