Wednesday, March 28, 2018

DADAKKEL A SELEBRASION ITI BULAN TI MARSO 2018, NARUGIAN

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Agtultuloy nga idauluan ti Grupo ti Clean and Green Program ti Munisipio nga imatonan ni MENRO-Designate  Edgar S. Balangatan, AT,   iti pannakadalus dagiti Parke, Plaza, Kalsada-Nasional, Processional  Routes, Public Facilities iti Poblasion  kas iti Cabugao Central Park, aglawlaw ti Munisipio, NISTC Public Market  ken iti Food Court kasta metten  iti pannakaitandudo ti Solid Waste Management Program   kadagiti barangay ti ili ken iti Poblasion babaen iti LGU-Cabugao. 

Inggunamgunam ti MENRO-Cabugao  a kakokoordinarda dagiti Opisiales ti Barangay ken bumarangay  nangruna iti asideg ti Poblasion nga aramidenda  koma   iti parteda iti panagdaldalus  tapno makomplementaran ti ar-aramiden ti LGU ken dalusanda dagiti mabatoganda a paset dagiti Barangay Roads-da, Provincial Road, Processional Routes   ken iti National Highway.

Kabayatanna, imbatad ni MENRO Edgar S.  Balangatan a babaen iti regular a panagmonitor-da ket maar-aramid met ti regular coastal clean-up nga isayangkat  dagiti nadumaduma a sektor kadagiti pito a barangay iti igid ti baybay.

Innayon ti MENRO a dagitoy ket mailungalong a kanayon tapno mamantener iti kinadalus ken kinapintas iti mabuybuya iti aglawlaw para iti  mapasungadan a dadakkel a selebrasion ti ili: Semana Santa 2018; pannakarambak ti panagpiesta ti ili; panagsangaili kadagiti makipartisipar iti Palarong Pambansa 2018;  ken ti panagsangpet dagiti Bakasionista ken Balikbayan ditoy ili ti Cabugao ita a summer months. # (Web Situational Report)

SOLEMNIDAD KEN TALNA TI SEMANA SANTA 2018, AGTULTULOY

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Natalna ken nasolemnidad ti panangselebrar dagiti umili ti Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti Semana Santa 2018. Dua a banag ti mangital-o ti karirikna dagiti umili a bakasionista ken dinanon dagiti simmangpet iti  kangitingitan ti Lenten Season: maipasnekda ti agselebrar iti sidong ti pamilia ken kabagianda.

Naaramid ti nagsaruno a libut ken Station of the Cross iti kamalman ti Martes Santo babaen kadagiti Parishioners ti  Iglesia Romano Katolika ken  iti Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) iti aglikmut ti Poblasion.

Kabayatanna, agtultuloy a natalna ti kasasaad  dagiti umili ken naannayas ti trapiko iti amin a direksion a pagaaduan ti tao: iti Simbaan, Kalsada Nasional ken idiay Tiendaan babaen iti panangiwardas dagiti Pannakabagi ti Linteg. #  (WEB SITUATIONAL REPORT)

ILOCANOS’ BEST QUALITIES TO PREVAIL IN HOSTING PALARONG PAMBANSA 2018

Ilocanos are known for their hospitality, diligence, and humility so these are the expected from the residents in the province when they become host to 15,000 visitors during the Palarong Pambansa 2018 (National Games) that will open on April 15 at the President Elpidio Quirino stadium in Bantay town.

Governor Ryan Luis V. Singson said that some of the regions will be in the province on the third week of March to get the feel of the sporting venues, so every resident is urged to help in welcoming them, treating them with respect, hoping that they will show what the goodness of Ilocanos.

“All residents are urged to help in the success of the biggest sports event in the country which will usher additional income to all sectors of the community in the province,” Singson said.

To ensure safety of all delegates of the Palarong Pambansa, the peace-keeping forces from the Philippine National Police (PNP) will be installed in key areas especially in the 14 towns that will host the visitors but the governor said the effort must not only come from them, but also from each resident. 

Supt. Marlo Castillo, Vigan City police chief, said that his team is ready and is continuously preparing other plans to meet demands during the games. 

“But all our efforts will be complete with the cooperation of the whole community and of every resident,” said Castillo.

The provincial government has come up with the Metro Vigan Traffic Coordinating Council which has been organized to plan, implement, and maintain smooth traffic flow in the areas affected like this city and the towns of Caoayan, San Vicente, Santa Catalina and Bantay.

To prevent clogging of streets and road accidents in the metro, the City Government of Vigan led by Mayor Juan Carlo S. Medina has also prepared measures to lessen vehicles, especially tricycles plying the streets. 

To prevent clogging of streets and road accidents in the metro, the City Government of Vigan led by Mayor Juan Carlo S. Medina has also prepared measures to lessen vehicles, especially tricycles plying the streets. 

“This huge event will not only inspire the youth of the province and the entire country but will also usher additional livelihood and increase the income of families in the province,” Singson said. #  Source -  (JNPD/ICR/PIA-1, Ilocos Sur)

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

EARTH HOUR

The Philippines will observe this year’s Earth Hour mainly at the CCP grounds in Manila to join the global Earth Hour Movement, with cities and municipalities all over the world will be switching off lights from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM. This action is expected to send stronger message to everyone to take part in protecting our planet’s biodiversity from the devastating effects of climate change. As a signatory to the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, the Philippines’ participation in the global campaign highlights the need for every Filipino to take action today as climate change continues to threaten our country’s biodiversity and our way of life. # Source: (DILG MC 2018-22)

DOMINGO RAMOS 2018, NASELEBRARAN

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Aglapusanan ti kameng ti  Iglesia Romano Katolika a  nagatendar iti pannakaselebrar   ti Domingo Ramos  (Palm Sunday) iti Parokia ni San Markos Ebanghelista, Simbaan Romano Katolika, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi Marso 25, 2018. 

Naaramid ti panangbendision ni Apo Padi kadagiti  Palmas/Ramos  iti ruar ti Simbaan sakbay  a  naaramid dagiti Nasantuan a Misa.

Inatendaranda pay dagiti nasao a Misa dagiti kaaduan nga umili ti Cabugao, Ilocos Sur kadaytoy a pakauna nga aldaw ti pannakarambak ti Semana Santa 2018.

Kabayatanna, kastoy met laeng a buya ti naimatangan iti ikub ti inaladan ti Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI), Brgy. Quezon, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti dayta met laeng a petsa a kas pangselebrar dagiti IFI Parishioners iti rugi ti kalawasan ti Semana Santa 2018.

Kanaig daytoy, iti pannaki-amad ti Web In-Action  kadagiti Parish  Priest, imbatadda a naurnos ken naballigi ti naaramid a selebrasion iti Simbaan kasta metten  iti pannakamantener ti linak ken talna babaen iti panangtarabay dagiti agtengtengngel ti urnos ken talna. # (Web Situational Report)

NO SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM BUT EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR INDIGENT STUDENTS – DSWD

In response to queries, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) clarified that the Department offers educational assistance for indigent students, but the agency has no scholarship program.

“It is not within DSWD’s mandate to implement scholarship programs, but we provide minimal educational assistance as we recognize that indigent students need help in addressing other school-related expenses,” DSWD Officer-in-Charge  Emmanuel A. Leyco said.

The educational assistance is part of the Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS) which forms part of the package of the Protective Services Program (PSP) of the DSWD that provides intervention to individuals, families and communities in difficult and vulnerable situations.

Under the AICS, indigent students may avail of the educational assistance by presenting their assessment form/certificate of enrolment/registration for the current school semester, validated school ID,  and a barangay certificate of indigency.

For elementary and high school students, the educational assistance may be secured  only once — every enrolment period. Indigent college students, however, may seek assistance every semester.

On-site processing of educational assistance

To prevent students from being inconvenienced by having to travel to DSWD Central Office to avail of the assistance, the Department piloted its on-site processing of educational assistance to seven State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in the National Capital Region in the first semester of 2017.

These were Quezon City Polytechnic University; University of Caloocan City; Colegio de Montalban; San Mateo Municipal College; University of Rizal System Rodriguez Campus; Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)- QC Campus; and Valenzuela City Polytechnic College.

Students from these schools were noted to be regular beneficiaries of educational assistance.

For the on-site processing mechanism, the DSWD conducts the assessment in coordination with the Office of Students Affairs (OSA) of the target schools.  The schools’ OSA are requested to identify and submit a list of potential student-beneficiaries to the Department.  Indigent students who have no existing scholarship grants and those who have not availed of the educational assistance from the previous semesters are given priority.

“The pilot implementation of the on-site processing started last year during the second semester period wherein DSWD served 5,057 students, providing them with financial assistance amounting to a total of P10 million,” OIC Leyco said.

“This is also one way to ensure that indigent students face fewer risks and threats against their safety and security, especially as they will receive cash,” he added.

For the second semester 2017-2018, some 5,000 indigent students are expected to receive P3,000 each.  Of the total number of slots for educational assistance, 4,000 are alloted for seven schools while the remaining 1,000 are students from other schools who may also need assistance. Students from other universities may proceed directly to the DSWD Central Office in Batasan or at the DSWD-Field Office NCR in Legarda, Manila.

“Dati kasi, ang mga students sabay-sabay pumupunta sa DSWD Central Office kaya matagal bago matapos lahat ng pagrelease sa assistance (Before the on-site processing,  students sometimes arrive at the Central Office at the same time, and because of this,  it took hours to finish the processing of all their papers requesting assistance),” he shared.

Aside from the DSWD Central Office, poor students nationwide may avail of the educational assistance at the different regional offices of the Department.  However, DSWD clarified that the on-site processing is only implemented by the DSWD Central Office. #  Source – www.dswd.gov.ph

RABIES AWARENESS MONTH

Executive Order No.84, series of 1999 declares the month of March every year as Rabies Awareness Month. The Department of Agriculture –Bureau of Animal Industry, as the Chair of the National Rabies Prevention and Control Committee, will spearhead the celebration of this event. #  Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

INALDAW A MAIPATPATUNGPAL TI RABIES AWARENESS PROGRAM

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Iti pannakiuman ti Web in-Action ken ni Dr. Melvyn Garma Castro, DVM, Municipal Livestock Program Coordinator a naselebraran ti Rabies Awareness Month manipud iti March 1, 2018  agingga iti  March 31, 2018  babaen iti Executive Order No.84, series of 1999 a nangideklarar iti  bulan ti Marso kada Tawen  a Rabies Awareness Month. 

TI Department of Agriculture (DA)–  ken iti Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) dagiti agpapaay a  Chair of the National Rabies Prevention and Control Committee iti intero a pagilian.

Innayon ni Dr. Castro a regular a makikokoordinar iti Opisina ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang iti LGU-Cabugao iti pannakaited ti umdas a kasapulan iti Animal Care Program ti Munisipio.

Insupusop ti Beterinario ti Munisipio a makilalaok pay kadagiti maisayangkat nga aktibidades ti dadduma a Departamento a kas iti Tax Mapping Campaign iti barbarangay iti Municipal Treasurer’s Office  ken ti Municipal Assessor’s Office  itatta a bulan tapno makigiddan ken maitarapnosna metten a maserbisyuan dagiti kliente iti pakaseknan ti pannakabakuna; pannakaagas ken pannakataming dagiti dinguenda/tarakenda.

Dagitoy nga aksion ken inisiatiba ket paset iti estratehia ti Municipal Livestock Coordinator tapno epektibo a maipatungpal dagiti programa a kalikaguman a tun-oyen ti Gobierno Munisipal nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang iti benneg ti livestock sector iti Munisipalidad. # (Web In-Action)

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

DSWD TRAVEL CLEARANCE NEEDED FOR MINORS TRAVELING ABROAD ALONE, WITHOUT PARENTS

To prevent any form of abuse against minors, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reiterated its guidelines to secure travel clearance for children 17 years old and below who are traveling abroad alone or without their parents.

DSWD Officer-in-Charge (OIC) Emmanuel A. Leyco explained that the issuance of travel clearances for children is specified under the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act and the Philippine Passport Act of 1996. It is a requirement to safeguard Filipino children from child trafficking and exploitation, especially those who are participating in short study grants and out-of-the-country competitions.

“We continue to remind parents and guardians to properly secure travel clearance for Filipino minors because it will help safeguard children from various form of abuse while traveling outside the country,” he said.

The following are the requirements needed to obtain travel clearance for minors traveling abroad:

Duly accomplished application form that can be secured from any DSWD regional office. The form can also be downloaded from the DSWD website www.dswd.gov.ph;
Photocopy of the child’s Birth Certificate or PSA-issued Birth Certificate;
Notarized (notarized at the place of residence) affidavit of consent of both parents or the solo parent or the legal guardian, indicating the authorized traveling companion of the minor and his/her relationship to the minor, country of destination, length of stay, purpose of travel, and tentative dates of departure and arrival;

As appropriate, a PSA-issued marriage certificate of the minor’s parents or a photocopy of the certificate of legal guardianship of the minor or in the case of solo parents, a PSA-issued Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) and a photocopy of the solo parent identification card from the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office or a photocopy of a certification from the Local Social Welfare and Development Office of being a solo parent or Tallaq or Faskh certification from the Shariah court or any Muslim Barangay or religious leader or in the case of an illegitimate minor, a certificate of no marriage (CENOMAR)* from the PSA or in the case of a deceased parent, a photocopy of the death certificate.
Minors who will be accompanied by a person other than their parents or legal guardian during the trip must also provide a photocopy of his/her adult companion’s passport.
Illegitimate children traveling abroad accompanied by their biological father are also required to secure a travel clearance certificate as parental authority is vested only to the mother of the child, per Article 176 of the Family Code of the Philippines.

If deemed necessary, social workers may require additional documentary requirements during the assessment of the travel clearance to ensure that the welfare and best interest of the child is protected.

Moreover, the clearance shall be valid for a period of one or two years depending on the period applied for and shall be valid for multiple travels except for minors traveling with foster parents.

Should there be changes in the issued or used travel clearance such as companion or country of destination, changes can be done as long as the travel clearance is within the validity period. For this, the following documents should be submitted: photocopy of minor’s passport with marked embarkation and notarized affidavit from parents or legal guardians regarding the change of traveling companion or country of destination or return ticket.

No additional fee shall be charged for the changes.

A processing fee for each travel clearance issued to minors traveling abroad under the following options:

P300.00 with validity of one year.
P600.00 with validity of two years.
Travel clearance approval and issuance may be obtained within 24 hours as long as all the supporting documents are completed, submitted, and assessed by social workers.  The application should be lodged in the DSWD Field Office that has jurisdiction over the residence of the minor.

“Though the clearance can be secured within the filing day, we advise parents or applicants to apply  one to two weeks before their scheduled travel date to give ample time to address  issues that may arise or produce documents that may be required,” OIC Leyco said. ###

MOVING-UP CEREMONY TI CLUSTER 1 TI CABUGAO CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti Moving-Up Ceremony ti Cabugao  Child Development Center, Cluster 1,  Batch 2018 iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti bigat ti  Marso 15, 2018.

Buklen ti Cluster 1  Child Development Center (CDC) ti Brgy. Baclig; Bonifacio; Dardarat;  Marga-ay;  Pila;  Pug-os;  Sagayaden ken Turod-Patac a naggapuan dagiti ubbing a nagturpos.

Iti programa, immuna  a naaramid ti Grand March  a buklen ti Guest Speaker, Staff ti MSWDO, Parents/Guardians ken dadduma a bisita iti nasao a Recognition Ceremony.

Naaramid  ti Invocation, pannakakanta ti Pambansang Awit ken ti Cabugao Hymn.  Nag-Words of Welcome ni  Ms. Mary Grace Saunil,  FDCSPG President.

Naisaganad ti Pinning of Ribbons kadagiti Graduates babaen kadagiti Nagannak/Guardians. 

Naisaruno ti Awarding of Medals to the Outstanding Graduates iti CDWCs  babaen kadagiti Donors.

Simmaruno ti Awarding of Gold Medals to the “Most Outstanding Graduates” ket imbagian ni Social Welfare Assistant Leonora G. Reintar ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang a nagiyawat ti Medalia kadagiti napadayawan.

Nai-Award dagiti Gold Medals kadagiti A-1 Children.  

Introduction of the Guest Speaker ti inaramid ni Ms. Marilou Sumibcay.

Nagpaay a Guest Speaker ni Ms. Khaie Joana Shylac Sorinio-Serna, RM, RN, HAAD-RN. Anag ti Mensahe  ni  Ms. Serna iti agtultuloy koma ti maited nga ayat ken panangsursuro kadagiti ubbing tapno maasa dagiti kabaelanda ket agbalinda a mapangnamnamaan  iti pamilia ken iti pagilianda iti masakbayan.

Naaramid ti Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation and Giving of Token to the Guest of Honor and Speaker.
Kalpasan ti Presentation of  the Graduates, kinompirmar ni MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen ti panagturpos dagiti 163 ti bilangna nga ubbing iti Cluster 1 iti  dayta nga aldaw. 
Pinadayawan ni  Mrs. Gazmen  ti agtultuloy nga akem dagiti Nagannak/Guardians a kadua dagiti Day Care Workers a mangtartarabay kadagiti ubbing tapno maiturongda  iti napintas a masakbayan ti panagadalda. Innayon ni Mrs.  Gazmen a ti balligi ti ubing ket balligi met ti nagannak. Dinakamatna pay iti “commitment”  dagiti  Child Development Workers (CDWs)  nga agserbi iti napudno ken pinagyamananna ti suporta iti Barangay Council kadagiti barangay a naggapuan dagiti naggraduar.

Kalpasan ti Farewell Speech ti Day Care Pupil, naited dagiti Certificate dagiti ubbing a nagturpos ket indauluan ti Guest Speaker a binayabay  da MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen; Social Welfare Assistant  Mrs. Leonora G. Reintar iti nagiyawat kadagiti sertipiko kadagiti ubbing a naggraduar.

Naisaganad ti Graduation Song by the Graduates.

Closing Remarks ti binagi ni Mr. John Alvin Tabula, Turod-Patac CDW. Pinagyamananna iti amin a timmarabay kadaytoy a naindaklan nga aldaw a panagturpos dagiti Day Care Pupils  kadagiti barangay iti Munisipalidad.

Nagpaay nga Emcee da Mr. Ferico Arcebal, Jr.; Ms. Marilou Sumibcay ken ni  Mr.  Ronie C. Solar, agpapada a CDWs. # (Web In-Action)

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

MOVING-UP CEREMONIES TI CLUSTER 3 ken 4 TI CABUGAO CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, NAILEPPAS

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti Moving-Up Ceremonies  ti Cabugao  Child Development Center, Cluster 3 (Bigat)   ken Cluster 4 (Malem),   Batch 2018  a buklen ti 17 a Child Development Center (CDC) ti ili a Cabugao iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi malem ti  Marso 16, 2018.

Iti programa, immuna  a naaramid ti Grand March  a buklen ti Guest Speaker, Staff ti MSWDO, Parents/Guardians ken dadduma a bisita iti nasao a Recognition Ceremony.

Naaramid  ti Opening Prayer, pannakakanta ti Pambansang Awit ken ti Cabugao Hymn.  Nag-Welcome Address ni  Ms. Mary Grace Saunil,  FDCSPG President iti nagsaruno a programa.

Naisaganad ti Pinning of Ribbons kadagiti Graduates babaen kadagiti Nagannak/Guardians. 

Simmaruno ti Awarding of Gold Medals to the “Most Outstanding Graduates” ket imbagian ti MSWDO Staff ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang a nagiyawat ti Medalia kadagiti napadayawan.

Nagpaay a Guest Speaker ni Mr. Alvin S. Tabula, BSE, MA iti nagsaruno a programa. 

Naaramid ti Awarding of  Silver Medals to the Outstanding Graduates.

Naaramid pay ti Awarding of Gold Medals to the A1-Child babaen kadagiti Donors.

Naaramid met ti Awarding of Gold Medals to the  Participants of the Municipal Children’s Congress.

Naaramid ti Presentation of Graduates and Petition for Confirmation.

Kalpasan ti Presentation of  the Graduates, kinompirmar ni MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen ti panagturpos dagiti ubbing iti Cluster 3  ken Cluster 4   iti  dayta nga aldaw. 

Nangipaay ti Mensahe ni Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen.

Naited ti Award of Plaque of Recognition/Token iti Guest Speaker.

Naited dagiti Certificate of Attendance kadagiti ubbing a nagturpos ket indauluan ti Guest Speaker a binayabay  da MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen ken ni  Social Welfare Assistant  Mrs. Leonora G. Reintar iti nagiyawat kadagiti sertipiko kadagiti ubbing a naggraduar. # (Web In-Action)

TRAINING TI PANAGMANEHAR ITI FARM MACHINERIES, NAILEPPAS

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur –Naangay ti tallo nga aldaw (Marso 14-16, 2018)           a panagsanay  a  napauluan iti “Skills and Development Training on Operating and Maintenance of Big Machines for Farmer Leaders in Cabugao, Ilocos Sur” kadagiti  dadaulo ti mannalon iti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi Marso 14-16, 2018. 

Daytoy a pa-training ket nagbuligan nga inggannuat  ti DA-RFO 1 ken iti LGU-Cabugao nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang. Umabot ti 29  a mannalon iti nagpartisipar iti nasao a training.

Iti umuna nga aldaw, naangay ti Opening Program ti panagsanay iti Early Childhood Care Development Center Building, Barangay Rizal. Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. Nawarwar dagiti topiko a mainaig iti panagasikaso iti makinaria para iti agrikultura. 
Naaramat ti powerpoint presentation ken nagtitinnulongan dagiti pannakabagi ti DA-LGU Cabugao  a nangadal kadagiti farmer leaders.

Iti maikadua nga aldaw, naadal ti maipapan iti aktual a panangtaming kadagiti makinaria ket naangay ti hands-on idiay Free Farmers MPCI Building, Brgy. Sagayaden Norte, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. 

Naglektiur ni  Mr. Nathaniel B. Galamgam, AT ken nagatendar ni Municipal Agriculturist Robert S. Savella.

Naaramid ti Closing Program idi Marso 16, 2018 iti Cabugao Early Childhood Development Center Building, Barangay Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur a no sadino a ditoy ket inawat dagiti nagpartisipar iti sertipiko ti panagatendarda manipud ken ni Municipal Agriculturist Robert S. Savella.  # (Web In-Action)

BARO A SOCIAL PENSIONER, INAWATDA TI PENSIONDA

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti Pay-out wenno pannakaited  ti Social Pension  ti 517  a bilang ti baro a  Beneficiaries (babbaket ken lallakay)  ken  kameng ti Senior Citizens  ti  ili a Cabugao ket inawatda ti mabatayanda a gatad (Hulio-Disiembre 2017)  manipud iti DSWD ken ti LGU-Cabugao. Naangay ti Pay-out  iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Barangay Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi Marso 19, 2018.  Dagiti nag-pension a nataengan ket  naggapuda  kadagiti nadumaduma a barangay ti ili a Cabugao.


P500 ti kada bulan ti naituding nga awaten ti maysa a Beneficiary ket innem a bulan ti inawatda  a kaibatogan ti P3,000 ti tunggal maysa.

Indauluan ni Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen, Municipal Social  Welfare Development Officer dagiti kakaduana a nangtarabay kadagiti Pay-out  Team ken kadagiti nataengan nga immay nangala ti pensionda ditoy Complex. # (Web In-Action)

Thursday, March 15, 2018

DA EXPANDS PAGKAIN PARA SA MASA IN ATI

To enable urban dwellers to produce food for their own consumption, the government continues to campaign for food production in small spaces with the establishment of the fourth Urban Agriculture-Pagkain Para Sa Masa (UA-PPSM) site at the Agricultural Training Institute Compound in Quezon City.

Themed “Sa maliit na espasyo, may pagkain tayo”, UA-PPSM seeks to capacitate city residents to grow vegetables and other foodstuff by introducing the values of basic food production, healthy food systems and clean urban environment. The project is in line with the president’s directive towards available and affordable food for every Filipino.

“DA is exerting efforts to lessen hunger in the urban community. Tulad ng sabi ni Pangulong Duterte sa kanyang kampanya na dapat walang matutulog ng gutom sa mga Pilipino,” Undersecretary for Special Concerns Atty. Ranibai Dilangalen said.

Thru this project, Ranibai said the department aims to reach #zerohunger by 2030.

The UA-PPSM is composed of four (4) major components: (1) urban farming which includes technical assistance for the residents in the area and turned-over of initial inputs such as facilities and equipment for new sites, (2) mushroom culture, (3) feeding program with the children beneficiaries in Brgy. Vasra, and (4) turn-over of hydroponics-aquaponics technology farming system from Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. and Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc, which is in line with their company brand “advancing business and communities in order to drive change for a better world”.

One of the highlights of the event is the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between Usec. Dilangalen, ATI OIC-Director Luz A. Taposok, Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. FVP and COO Maribeth Marasigan, and Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. Vice president for External Corporate Relations Christopher Camba designating the ATI Compound as area for communal vegetable garden.

The UA-PPSM was first launched on May 31, 2017 at the Barangay Bahay Toro in Quezon City. Following the kick-off, the Department has established communal gardens at Bago Aplaya, Davao on August 25 and Sitio Pagalungan, Lugay-lugay, Cotabato City on February 5, 2018. DA is set to establish UA-PPSM on April 12 in Taguig City. # Source -  (Kristel Merle/DA-AFID)/www.da.gov.ph

INTERNATIONAL WORLD WATER DAY

World Water Day is an international observance and an opportunity to learn more about water related issues. World Water Day dates back to the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development where an international observance for water was recommended. The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first World Water Day. It has been held annually since then. Each year, UN-Water — the entity that coordinates the UN’s work on water and sanitation — sets a theme for World Water Day corresponding to a current or future challenge. The engagement campaign is coordinated by one or several of the UN-Water Members with a related mandate.

The theme for World Water Day 2018 is ‘Nature for Water’ – exploring nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the 21st century.

Damaged ecosystems affect the quantity and quality of water available for human consumption. Today, 2.1 billion people live without safe drinking water at home; affecting their health, education and livelihoods.

Sustainable Development Goal 6 commits the world to ensuring that everyone has access to safe water by 2030, and includes targets on protecting the natural environment and reducing pollution. # Source: worldwaterday.org/www.dilg.gov.ph

MOVING-UP CEREMONY TI CLUSTER 1 TI CABUGAO CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti Moving-Up Ceremony ti Cabugao  Child Development Center, Cluster 1,  Batch 2018 iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti bigat ti  Marso 15, 2018.

Buklen ti Cluster 1  Child Development Center (CDC) ti Brgy. Baclig; Bonifacio; Dardarat;  Marga-ay;  Pila;  Pug-os;  Sagayaden ken Turod-Patac a naggapuan dagiti ubbing a nagturpos.


Iti programa, immuna  a naaramid ti Grand March  a buklen ti Guest Speaker, Staff ti MSWDO, Parents/Guardians ken dadduma a bisita iti nasao a Recognition Ceremony.

Naaramid  ti Invocation, pannakakanta ti Pambansang Awit ken ti Cabugao Hymn.  Nag-Words of Welcome ni  Ms. Mary Grace Saunil,  FDCSPG President.

Naisaganad ti Pinning of Ribbons kadagiti Graduates babaen kadagiti Nagannak/Guardians. 

Naisaruno ti Awarding of Medals to the Outstanding Graduates iti CDWCs  babaen kadagiti Donors.

Simmaruno ti Awarding of Gold Medals to the “Most Outstanding Graduates” ket imbagian ni Social Welfare Assistant Leonora G. Reintar ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang a nagiyawat ti Medalia kadagiti napadayawan.

Nai-Award dagiti Gold Medals kadagiti A-1 Children.  

Introduction of the Guest Speaker ti inaramid ni Ms. Marilou Sumibcay.


Nagpaay a Guest Speaker ni Ms. Khaie Joana Shylac Sorinio-Serna, RM, RN, HAAD-RN. Anag ti Mensahe  ni  Ms. Serna iti agtultuloy koma ti maited nga ayat ken panangsursuro kadagiti ubbing tapno maasa dagiti kabaelanda ket agbalinda a mapangnamnamaan  iti pamilia ken iti pagilianda iti masakbayan.

Naaramid ti Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation and Giving of Token to the Guest of Honor and Speaker.
Kalpasan ti Presentation of  the Graduates, kinompirmar ni MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen ti panagturpos dagiti 163 ti bilangna nga ubbing iti Cluster 1 iti  dayta nga aldaw. 
Pinadayawan ni  Mrs. Gazmen  ti agtultuloy nga akem dagiti Nagannak/Guardians a kadua dagiti Day Care Workers a mangtartarabay kadagiti ubbing tapno maiturongda  iti napintas a masakbayan ti panagadalda. Innayon ni Mrs.  Gazmen a ti balligi ti ubing ket balligi met ti nagannak. Dinakamatna pay iti “commitment”  dagiti  Child Development Workers (CDWs)  nga agserbi iti napudno ken pinagyamananna ti suporta iti Barangay Council kadagiti barangay a naggapuan dagiti naggraduar.

Kalpasan ti Farewell Speech ti Day Care Pupil, naited dagiti Certificate dagiti ubbing a nagturpos ket indauluan ti Guest Speaker a binayabay  da MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen; Social Welfare Assistant  Mrs. Leonora G. Reintar iti nagiyawat kadagiti sertipiko kadagiti ubbing a naggraduar.

Naisaganad ti Graduation Song by the Graduates.

Closing Remarks ti binagi ni Mr. John Alvin Tabula, Turod-Patac CDW. Pinagyamananna iti amin a timmarabay kadaytoy a naindaklan nga aldaw a panagturpos dagiti Day Care Pupils  kadagiti barangay iti Munisipalidad.

Nagpaay nga Emcee da Mr. Ferico Arcebal, Jr.; Ms. Marilou Sumibcay ken ni  Mr.  Ronie C. Solar, agpapada a CDWs. # (Web In-Action)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

ROUND-ROBIN TI INTER-BARANGAY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2018, MAAR-ARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Iti pannaki-amad ti Web In-Action,  imbatad dagiti Coaches ken Players   a maipatpatungpal ti Elimination Round (6 bracket) babaen iti Round- Robin kadagiti agsasalip a Team manipud kadagiti barangay a nakipaset  kadaytoy nga inter-barangay basketball tournament a maysa a mangparagsak  iti panangpasungad  iti  panagpiesta ti ili iti Abril  2018.

Kas iti gagangay, naregta  dagiti Basketball Cheerers ken  Sympathizers nga  agnaed  kadayta a barangay agraman dagiti Opisiales dagiti barangay-da a  mangbuya ken  mangtarabay kadagiti Players-da nga agensayo ken makisalip iti basketball iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex a pakaang-angayan dagiti naka-schedule a Games.

Imbatad dagiti agbuybuya  nga agtultuloy a naurnos ken natalna iti mapaspasamak a salisal gapu iti naipaspasigud  a pannakamantener   ti sportsmanship ken disiplina iti tunggal Player  para iti daytoy a kangrunaan a summer sport ti ili. # (Web Situational Report)

SEMANA SANTA KEN FIESTA 2018, MASUNGAD A SELEBRASION TI ILI

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Ti grupo ti Clean and Green Program  ti Munisipio ket as-asikasuenna dagiti Pasilidad ti Munisipio (Parke ken Plaza)  tapno naan-anay iti pannakalinis ken pannakapapintasda  a  mabuya iti aglawlaw.

Maysa a kangrunaan  a mamantener ket iti Cabugao Central Park (CCP) a daydaywen ti umili ken bisita  iti aldaw ken sardam ken kangrunaan a disso a pakaangayan/pagpabuyaan  dagiti aktibidades kadagiti aldaw a panagpiesta ti ili iti Abril 2018.

Iti sabali a bangir, agtultuloy met a mamantener dagiti pasilidad nga usaren ti sapasap nga aggatang iti NISTC Public Market. Babaen iti panangilungalong ti LGU-Cabugao nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edaward S. Cobangbang ket napapintas ti pasdek-NISTC Public Market ken  nataming ti water system iti Tiendaan tapno naan-anay a maserbian ti publiko kabayatan nga addada a gumatgatang iti Tiendaan.

Kabayatanna,  regular met a madalusan  iti aglawlaw ti pasdek ti Cabugao Commercial Annex iti sango ti NISTC Public Market kasta metten iti pagperiaan iti lauden ti Food Court ken rinabii ti ipapan ti panag-peria dagiti umili  ken iti pamiliada  a pangparagsak iti  umadani a panagpiesta ti ili.

Dagitoy nga aksion ken inisiatiba ket paset ti Direktiba ti Municipal Chief Executive ti ili  iti agtultuloy a panangpapintas  iti aglawlaw iti ili a pagsayaatan ken pakairanudan ti sapasap ken panagsagana para   iti panagrugi ti selebrasion ti Semana Santa iti Marso 2018  ken panagpiesta ti ili iti Cabugao iti Abril 2018. # (Web In-Action)

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

ANIMAL CARE PROGRAM TI LGU-CABUGAO, AGTULTULOY LATTA

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naregta latta a maiyim-implimentar dagiti aktibidades ken programa ti  Municipal Livestock Office – DA LGU Cabugao nga imatonan  ni Dr. Melvin G. Castro, DVM   babaen iti nasaknap a pannakaangay ti Anti-Rabies Campaign (injection ti anti-rabies kadagiti  household  pets a kas iti aso ken pusa) a nayeskediul iti tunggal barangay kasta metten iti pannakaasikaso dagiti large cattle a kas iti nuang ken baka  a pakaseknan iti panagmarka (Branding); pannakaited ti Vitamin Supplementation; Deworming ken Vaccination.

Malaksid kadagiti regular a nayeskediul a trabaho ni Dr. Castro, isamsamirana pay a sarungkaran dagiti klientena nga agayab kenkuana nga agagas  iti masakit  a dinguen ken iti panagbakuna uray iti aldaw ti Sabado ken ti Domingo. 

Ita a bulan ti Marso 2018, sumursurot da Dr. Castro  kadagiti mapan ag-Tax Campaign a Taga-Munisipio kadagiti barangay tapno mamaksimisa iti tiempona a makipagkita kadagiti klientena a taga-away.

Ti nasaknap a pannakataming dagiti dinguen  ket komkomplementaran ti LGU- Cabugao  nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh  Edward S. Cobangbang babaen iti agtultuloy a suportana  iti programa ti Municipal Livestock Office a  nga  “Animal Care Program”.

Dagitoy nga aksion ken inisiatiba ket gubuay  iti napintek ken agtultuloy a  programa ti LGU-Cabugao iti livestock industry iti  babaen ti liderato ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang tapno masustener ti pannakataming dagiti dinguen ken livestock iti Munisipalidad a katulongan ti panagbiag dagiti mannalon. # (Web In-Action)

SUPLAY TI NATENG ITI NISTC PUBLIC MARKET, OK LATTA

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Saan a mapasamak ti panagkurang ti suplay  ti  nateng iti NISTC Public Market ta adda latta maprodukto dagiti Off-Season Planters nangruna kadagiti barangay a naed dagiti mannalon a marmaruam  nga agmula ti nateng.

Iti Tiendaan ti ili ti Cabugao, naregta ken nasapa a mapan aglako dagiti Vegetable Vendor and Traders iti partena  a masakupanda iti Tiendaan nagruna iti kaaldawan ti Tienda. Imbatad ti kaaduan kadagiti aglaklako a saan a problema  ti presio ti nateng ta mabalanse maigapu kadagiti maapit iti Off-Season.

Kabayatanna, innayon dagiti Vegetable Vendors nga adu pay  ti nateng nga  aggapu iti kabangibang nga ili a mangbalanse no kaspangarigan bumassit ti suplay ti merkado. 

Dagitoy nga aksion ken inisiatiba ket resulta iti nasaknap a programa ti Gobierno Munisipal nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang iti agtultuloy a pannakaparegget iti  programa ti Vegetable Production. #  (Web Situational Report)

EDUCATION CHIEF REITERATES DEPED’S COMMITMENT TO SERVE MARGINALIZED LEARNERS

Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones recently reaffirmed the Department’s commitment and advocacy to cater to the educational needs of all learners, including those thriving in the margins.

The Secretary mentioned this during her speech at the 15th International Conference of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology (SEAMEO INNOTECH) which carried the theme, “Thriving in the Margins: Inclusive Education Re-Imagined.”

“So we, in DepEd, reaffirm our commitment, our advocacy, to serve the people, especially the learners, who are thriving in the margins… We know that they are still there and their number might still increase if they remain to be neglected,” Briones stated.

She further highlighted that education opens opportunities to learners and makes their choices in life possible: “We have to provide them with access to quality education that will give them a chance to make choices, to become better version of themselves, and to land on their target careers.”

With around 26.6 million learners nationwide, the Department ensures to make education truly inclusive for the different Filipino groups through various programs and projects including the Alternative Learning System (ALS), Special Education (SpEd) Program, and Madrasah Education Program, among others.

“In DepEd, the attention is not only given to our formal education system, but also to the various alternative modes in delivering quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education,” Briones pointed out.

The said Conference aimed to provide an opportunity for the participants to rethink and reflect on the current and good practices in inclusive quality education and how these lessons can be applied in their individual contexts and realities. It was held from March 6 to 8 at the Pearl Hall, SEAMEO INNOTECH in Quezon City, and was attended by around 200 educators and other education stakeholders from 14 countries. #  Source – www.deped.gov.ph

Monday, March 12, 2018

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT SESSION (FDS) TI 4 Ps, AGTULTULOY

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur –  Iti pannakiuman ti Web In-Action, impakaammo  dagiti Staff ti  Opisina ti Municipal Operations  Office (MOO) ti 4 Ps Program, Municipal Link-Cabugao nga itultuloyda nga isaksaknap  ti pakabuklan ti programa ti   4 Ps iti  pagnaedan dagiti kameng kadagiti barangay ti Munisipalidad ti Cabugao ita a Marso 2018.  

Itatta a Marso 2018, ti Topiko a maiyadal ket napauluan iti  “Ligtas na Pilipinas ang Ating Hangad, Pag-iingat sa Sunog sa Sarili Ipatupad.”

Kabayatanna, makiko-koordinarda  latta kadagiti Opisiales ti Barangay/Parent Leaders  a katinnulongda  a mangorganisar iti Family Development Session (FDS) para iti Topiko nga imitingda kadagiti 4 Ps para iti dayta a bulan.

Iti manon a bulan a pannakaangay ti Family Development Session (FDS) kadagiti barangay ket nasursuron dagiti Parent-Leaders ti tumakder iti bukodda a panangtarawidwid iti miting ken seminar iti masakupanda.

Ita a bulan  ti   Marso 2018 ket mairaman  dagiti kameng ti Cabugao BFP  nga aglektiur (Learning Service Provider)  kadagiti FDS Session-da ket napagkaykaysaanda a maysa a Topiko latta ti binsaenda kadagiti Family Development Session-da tapno nadardaras a maawatan dagiti klienteda. Nalaklaka pay a maawatan dagiti adalanda a 4 Ps no dagitay kabisadoda/naipanawen  a Topiko/Situasion  iti maiyad-adal kas parte  iti Values  Formation iti Programa.

Dagitoy nga aksion ken inisiatiba ket kabadang iti agtultuloy a panangtarabay kadakuada ti Gobierno Munisipal iti panangidaulo ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang iti pannakikammayetna iti Ahensia ti DSWD iti napintas a maaramidan dagiti programa a maisaksaknap kadagiti barangay tapno maragpat iti sapasap a panagrang-ay iti Pamilia ken umili.  # (Web In-Action)

COMMUNITY RELATIONS TI MPS-CABUGAO, AGTULTULOY

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur -  Agtultuloy ti programa-pangkomunidad ti Kapolisan ti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur nga idauluan ni Police Inspector  Romar P.  Renon, OIC. Dagiti aktibidades nga inaramid ti Kapolisan iti pageskuelaan ken barangay iti Nagsincaoan, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur itay nabiit ket dagiti sumaganad:


1. Babaen iti panangtimon ni SPO4 Reynante Inong, DCOP ket nagpartisiparda iti earthquake drill iti Nagsincaoan Elementary School idi Marso 7, 2017.

2. Naglektiur ni PO2 Pascua, duty WCPD kadagiti Grade 5 pupils iti Nagsincaoan Elementary School maipapan iti (RA 10627) Anti-Bullying Act of 2013 ken iti RA 9262 kadagiti agad-adal ken dagiti residente ditoy a barangay a paset iti panagselebrar iti 2018 National Womens Month 2018. Naaramid dagitoy idi Marso 7, 2018 iti nadakamat a barangay. 

Ti  Republic Act No. 9262   ket  iti  masasao nga "Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children (VAWC) Act of 2004  a mangitandudo  iti kalintegan dagiti babbai ken dagiti ubbing  idinto ta iti  Republic Act 10627  wenno Anti-Bullying Act ket linteg a mangprotektar kadagiti ubbing iti kindergarten, elementary ken iti secondary schools kasta metten kadagiti  learning centers iti aramid a “bullying”.  # (Web In-Action)

DILG TO WOMEN: RUN FOR ELECTIVE POSTS IN BARANGAY AND SK POLLS

This Women’s Month, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is urging women to let their voices be heard during the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections this May not just by voting but by running for elective posts.

DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Ano says that the coming barangay and youth polls provide a perfect opportunity for qualified women voters to show that they can make a difference in their communities by stepping up to the challenge of running for elective positions.

“Ngayong Buwan ng Kababaihan, hinihimok ko ang mga babae na panahon na para ipakita ninyo ang kakayahan ninyong mamuno sa inyong komunidad.? Ito na ang panahon ng pagbabago at naniniwala ako na malaki ang maiaambag ng mga kababaihan para makamit ang tunay na pagbabago,” says Ano.

The filing of certificates of candidacy for barangay and SK polls is from April 14 to 20, 2018. ?

Based on Comelec data, while there are more women voters, only one in five candidates is a woman.

Ano says that as most women are mothers who have raised their children well, they will also be able to run their communities effectively using the same values and qualities that have helped them nurture their families.

“Naniniwala ako na marami sa mga kababaihan ay matino, mahusay at maaasahan at ito ang mga katangiang dapat taglayin ng isang kakandidato sa darating na halalan,” he says.

Presidential Proclamation 24 and 227, and Republic Act 6469 declare March of every year as National Women’s Month.

Women’s Month activities

In line with the celebration of Women’s Month, the DILG Chief is enjoining all local government units (LGUs) to undertake relevant activities such as production of information, education and communication materials on women, participation in the women’s month online advocacy, and organizing women’s month information activities.

The theme for the National Women’s Month Celebration from 2017 to 2022 is “WE Make Change Work for Women". #  Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

PHILHEALTH DEFERS IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW POLICY ON BENEFITS AVAILMENT

Members of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) now have a chance to update their premium contributions payments to become eligible for benefits availment in PhilHealth-accredited health care institutions nationwide.

Through Advisory No. 2018-0011 released last February 2, 2018, PhilHealth deferred the implementation of the sufficient regularity of payment rule to admissions starting October 1, 2018, thereby presenting its members with an opportunity to establish continuous payment of premiums required to avail themselves of PhilHealth benefits. The sufficient regularity of payment rule is contained in PhilHealth Circular 2017-0021 which was published on October 27, 2017.

As such, availment of benefits until September 30 this year, will only require members to pay three (3) months of contributions within the immediate six (6) months prior to the first day of confinement. The 3-over-6 rule includes the month of confinement.

Members who were admitted from January 1, 2018 onwards but who were unable to avail themselves of benefits due to lacking sufficient regularity of payment may file claims directly with PhilHealth.

Further inquiries on this new development may be referred to PhilHealth’s 24/7 Corporate Action Center Hotline, (02) 441-7442. E-mails may also be sent to actioncenter@philhealth.gov.ph for clarifications, comments, and suggestions. For more updates, members are encouraged to follow PhilHealth on Twitter (@teamphilhealth) and Facebook (facebook.com/PhilHealth).  # Source - PHILHEALTH

“BERONG BUMBERO SA PAARALAN”, PROGRAMA TI BFP-CABUGAO

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Dagiti Duty Personnel  ti Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)-Cabugao ket nangiwayatda  idi  Marso 7, 2018 iti  Fire Safety Lecture kadagiti agbasbasa iti pageskuelaan ti Sabang Elementary School, Brgy. Sabang,  Cabugao, Ilocos Sur ken iti Sagayaden Elementary School, Barangay Sagayaden, Cabugao Ilocos Sur.


Daytoy a gannuat ket agtultuloy nga ipasagepsepda kadagiti ubbing nga agad-adal ti kaipapanan ti Fire Safety ken iti selebrasion ti  Fire Prevention Month 2018 ita a bulan ti Marso 2018.

Nagiyadal da  SFO1 Cloyd  Acosta, FO1 de Jesus  ken ni FO1 Soliven  nga indauluan ida ni MFM Sr. Insp.  Cesar M.  Ragasa. 

Daytoy a programa ket masursuruan dagiti ubbing nga agusar iti  fire extinguishers ken dadduma a fire safety device  para iti preventive measures.


Ti “Berong Bumbero”  ket naadaw iti BFPs Icon  nga agnagan iti Berong.

Ti Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)  ti ili a Cabugao Ilocos Sur ket agtultuloy a kakammayetna dagiti bumarangay ken institusion  kadagiti programa ken aktibidades-da ken katinnulong-da iti  Gobierno Munisipal  nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang. # (Web In-Action)

Thursday, March 8, 2018

WOMENS DAY, NASELBRARAN DITOY ILI A CABUGAO

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naangay ti selebrasion ti 2018 National Women’s Month babaen iti Tema: “We Make Change Work For Women” a no sadino a ditoy ket nagatendar dagiti kameng ti Rural Improvement Club (RIC);  Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS); Barangay Health Workers (BHWs); Parent-Leaders ti 4 Ps a naggapu iti 33 a barangay ti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti Marso 8, 2018 iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.

Naluktan ti seminar babaen iti panangilawlawag ni Miss Teresita Maximina “Mimi” S. Sison, HRM Officer ti LGU-Cabugao iti pakabuklan dagiti Topiko a matratar.


Nangipaay ti Mensahe ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang. Kimmablaaw ken nagyaman iti amin a naitaripnong. Binigbig ti Ama ti Ili iti kalintegan ken karbengan ti Women Sector a kas katinnulong ti Gobierno a mangipaay iti panagbalbaliw a pagimbagan met laeng iti sapasap.

Iti Program Proper, naglektiur ni  Mrs. Constancia “Connie” L. Quinola, LGOO VI, MLG Officer ti ili a Cabugao maipapan kadagiti kalintegan ken karbengan dagiti babbai a sinaguday dagiti mainaig nga Akta Republika a linteg a napanday iti Kongreso.

Nangibinglay met ti pammalagip ken adal maipapan iti Health and Wellness Program  ni Dr. Mark Lawrence T. Tirao, Municipal Health Doctor ti RHU.

Binagi ni Atty. Rosario Vitamog-Palisoc ti Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) ket trinatarna ti pakabuklan iti Magna Carta for Women’s Law.
Kangrunaan a panggep ti seminar iti pannakaited ti adal kadagiti kababaihan tapno adda pamalpalatpatanda kadagitoy a nainayon iti pagrebbenganda iti panagserbisioda iti sapasap ken iti pamiliada. # (Web In-Action)