Wednesday, October 17, 2018

REGIONAL CONFERENCE TI BRGY. NUTRITION SCHOLARS, NAANGAY

Naangay ti Komperensia dagiti Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) iti Probinsia   ti  Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, La Union ken  Pangasinan  idi Oktubre  9-10 idiay Vigan Convention Center, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.  Daytoy a taripnong ket pagselebrarda pay iti 40th Anniversary  ti pannakaited iti Healthcare kadagiti kabarangayanda.

Iti naadaw a pablaak maipapan iti Komperensia ket dagiti sumaganad ti nakabuklanna: “The Barangay Nutrition Scholar (BNS) Program is a human resource development strategy of the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition, which involves the recruitment, training, deployment and supervision of volunteer workers or barangay nutrition scholars (BNS). Presidential Decree No. 1569 mandated the deployment of one BNS in every barangay in the country to monitor the nutritional status of children and link communities with nutrition and related service providers. PD 1569 also mandated the NNC to administer the program in cooperation with local government units.”

Nasangaili ditoy a taripnong ni Governor Ryan Luis V. Singson. Daytoy a dua nga aldaw a komperensia ket nakabuklan ti seminar, forum ken aktibidad  a mangpatibker iti relasion dagiti BNS Members  ken makaadawda pay iti adal ken kabaelan a mangpabassit iti insidente ti malnutrision iti lokalidad. 

Nagatendar met iti nasao a Komperensia da Ms. Nory Estoesta, Presidente ti  LUPangIlocos BNS Federation,  Inc.;  Regional Nutrition Program Coordinator Ma. Eillen Blanco ken ni  Director Valeriano Jesus Lopez ti  DOH-RO1. #  ADAPTED NEWS

CABUGAO CENTRAL PARK (CCP), NAKASAGANA PARA ITI SAPASAP

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Agtultuloy a madalusan ken maisagana kadagiti umili a naayat nga agpasiar, aglang-ay ken agrelaks iti natalinaay, napresko  ken nawaya a masakupan ti Cabugao Central Park (CCP) a masarakan iti abay  ti National Highway, Brgy. Bonifacio, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur nangruna kadagitoy a bulbulan ti Tawen 2018.

Daytoy ti maipanamnama dagiti Caretakers iti CCP nga idauluan ni Mr. Gerry Lopez. Kinapudnona, isuda  pay ti mangidaulo nga ag-engine  ken manual grass cutter a  mangmantener kadaytoy a historikal a parke a nagsaadan idi ti daan a tiendaan nga indonar daydi Dios-ti-aluadna a Don Crispin Serrano (CRISER Market).

Iti panagtakem ni Pasado Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang Jr. nga Alkalde ti ili a Cabugao, nairubuat ken napardas  a  naglupos ti parke babaen iti pannakapaadda dagiti sumaganad: 1. Installation of Pavers along Jogging Lane 2. Repair and Modification of Toilet and Bathroom 3. Installation of Fitness Gym and Amenities 4. Fabrication of new steel bleachers 5. Installation of brand new LED/Solar Streetlights 6. Installation of Fiber Glass Board at the Basketball Court 7. Repainting of Stage, Grounds, Basketball Court and New Logo within the Basketball Court 8. Concreting of Children’s Play pen Pad for the High Grade Plastic Playhouse with Roof and Concrete Fence.
Kabayatanna, maitultuloy latta met dagiti mainayon a  pannakapasayaat ti CCP  iti panagtakem ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang kas iti nainayon a silaw iti uneg ken pannakasemento iti drainage canal iti amianan a paset ti CCP ken dadduma pay a mangpasayaat ti serbisio a para iti sapasap. 

Innayon dagiti CCP Caretakers a kaay-ayo dagiti agassawa a pagdamuan  dagiti ubbingda nga agsursuro a magna  iti  kasla kudson ti kalamuyotna a karuotan ti Parke.

Ti CCP ket daytoy ti pakaang-angayan dagiti dadakkel nga aktibidad ti LGU-Cabugao  nangruna iti Piesta ti Ili  kasta metten  kadagiti selebrasion ti Piesta; Holidays;  Konsierto; panagpraktis; pakontes ken kanaigna nga aktibidades a mangpabaknang iti kultura, sosial  ken pannakipagili iti Cabugao.

Mapunno ti aglang-ay iti sardam  ti CCP iti rinabii nangruna iti summer months ken weekends  ken naruay iti ag-jogging iti agsapa. # (Web Situational Report)

40 INDIGENOUS FILIPINOS UNITE IN ILOCOS TO PRESERVE THEIR CULTURE

Forty indigenous Pinoys gathered at the National Museum Ilocos Region complex in this city last October 7 to celebrate National Indigenous People’s Month this October.

Students, teachers, and residents from 12 indigenous communities from all over the country showed their unique dances, musical instruments, songs, and attires to help preserve their identity, and their cultural heritage, to residents of the city.

They are the Blaan of Sarangani, the Tagbanwa of Palawan, the Mangyan of Occidental Mindoro, the Yakan of Basilan, the Maguindanaoan of Cotabato, the Bugkalot of Nueva Ecija, the Ga’dang of South Cotabato, the Ibaloy of Benguet, the T’boli of South Cotabato, the Ipugaw of Ifugao, the Ayta of Bataan, and the Tinggian of Ilocos Norte.

The event called “Gameng” or wealth, is a lecture and workshop on indigenous cultures conducted by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, City Government of Laoag and Barangay Casili, Katutubo Exchange Philippines (KEP) and the National Museum Ilocos Region, to celebrate also Museum and Galleries Month this October.

Before the program began, a press conference conducted by the Ilocos Sur Information Center of the Philippine Information Agency, helped introduce the Katutubo Exchange to local media through its president, Dr Edwin Antonio. It cleared some issues on the preservation of indigenous cultures in the country, understanding of the attires of the indigenous peoples, and prevention of discrimination against their communities.

The audience composed of teachers, students, media personalities, museum staff and residents, were taught indigenous dances to help them understand the culture of their indigenous brother and sisters.

This was the closing program of the October 5-7 Katutubo Exchange Ilocos 2018 (Akhad Eskwela Katutubo) led by Dr Antonio. The other activities held in Ilocos Norte included a ‘parada’ (parade) of indigenous people on kalesa in Laoag City covering the city market, Laoag Central School, Capitol and City Hall; a grand opening ceremony at the Laoag City Multi-purpose Hall; Kannawidan: An Evening of Philippine Indigenous Performances at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Paoay Church; Dap-ayan: Interaction with the Weavers and National Living Treasure Magdalena Gamayo at Lumbaan-Bicbica, Pinili town; and Tillaong: Immersion with Tinggian community at the Eco-cultural park in Nueva Era town.

Antonio said that this is the second time that Katutubo Exchange Philippines came to the World Heritage city to show the culture of the indigenous communities of the country. The first was in May 2017 when he and two teeners from Sarangani and Batanes were guests for two episodes of the Ilocano culture-anchored radio program of PIA Ilocos Sur, “Dap-ayan Pagdadapilan,” at DZNS Vigan.

Katutubo Exchange Philippines began in 2013 as a “multi-level cultural exchange platform among indigenous youth groups from all around the Philippines, is an annual program of Katutubo Exchange Philippines,” said Antonio during the presscon. “It aims to promote awareness of indigenous cultures, empower indigenous peoples, embrace indigenous beauty and magnificence, and celebrate oneness of the Filipino race even in the face of multi-dynamic cultural ethos and traditions.”

Its programs include Katutubo Exchange, community outreach in education, environment, arts and culture, health and nutrition; international outreach; sentro katutubo with activities like Museo Katutubo, arts camp, and katutubo residency. # Source -  (JND/ICR/PIA1 Ilocos Sur)

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

BARANGAY ASSEMBLY DAY TI 2nd SEMESTER 2018, NABALLIGI

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur  –  Naangay ti Barangay Assembly Day idi  Oktubre 14, 2018 a kas panagtungpal iti pammilin ti Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) iti amin a Barangay iti intero a Pilipinas babaen iti Tema: “Kapit-kamay tungo sa Pagbabago ng Barangay! Makiisa! Makilahok! Makialam”.

Kabayatanna, naballigi  ti  pannaipatungpal  ti Barangay Assembly Day  kadagiti Barangay iti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti nadakamat a petsa, segun ken ni Municipal Local Government Operations Officer Constancia “Connie” L.  Quinola, LGOO V, ti ili a Cabugao a nangtarawidwid iti pannakaipatungpal daytoy a pammilin.

Kaaduan a Topiko a natratar kabayatan iti nasao a taripnong ket iti maipapan iti presentasion ti  accomplishment and financial reports, problema, issues and concerns a mangapektar iti barangay  ken iti pakaseknan pay iti solidwaste management, disaster risk reduction and management plan ti barangays, Re-greening Program ken dadduma pay nga aktibidades a kanaig iti naan-anay a pannakigamulo dagiti bumarangay iti pakaseknanda.

Innayon ni Mrs. Quinola a naibasa pay ti Mensahe ni OIC DILG Secretary Eduardo M. Ano ken  naannayas ti pannakaipatungpal daytoy a pammilin iti DILG iti 33 a barangay ti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur ken naballigi a nataming dagiti napagsasaritaanda. 

Kanaig daytoy, nakipaset ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang iti naangay a Barangay Assembly Day idiay Barangay Bonifacio, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur idi Oktubre 14, 2018. 

Iti biang ti sibubukel a Barangay Council nga idauluan da Punong Barangay Michael Angelo B. Sarmiento ken ni OIC Punong Barangay Evelyn P. Vallejo, pagyamyamananda dagiti Opisiales ti ili; kameng  ti Barangay Council; Barangay Employees ken dagiti Miyembros/Opisiales  iti nagduduma nga NGOs iti barangay iti anus ken ayatda a nakipaset iti nadakamat a taripnong. # (Web In-Action)

DSWD SECRETARY REITERATES COMMITMENT TO REDUCING POVERTY

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Virginia N. Orogo gives a message during the 40th Samar Island Partnership for Peace and Development (SIPPAD) Forum at St. Mary’s College in the City of Borongan, Eastern Samar last week. The Secretary also answers queries regarding the programs and services of the DSWD during the forum.

“We will never stop.  We will remain committed, supporting all efforts to help our President and his administration reach the goal of reducing poverty by 14 percent by the year 2022. I can’t wait to see more people enjoying their freedom from poverty.”

This was the main message of DSWD Secretary Virginia N. Orogo during the 40th Samar Island Partnership for Peace and Development (SIPPAD) Forum at St. Mary’s College in the City of Borongan, Eastern Samar last week.

Sec. Orogo said she was grateful to be invited as a guest to SIPPAD’s 40th assembly, which carried the theme “Towards Equalizing Access to Social Development Opportunities Among the Marginalized Sectors.”

She congratulated the organization for bringing together various non-government organizations, faith-based organizations, the academe, and agencies of the government in its efforts towards peace and development.

The Secretary, who had over 40 years of community work, also emphasized the importance of empowering communities during the event.

“We need empowered communities who are able to stand and help their own people to grow. Empowering communities by providing them access to knowledge and technology and increasing their ability to manage resources is a key towards a more inclusive growth and development,” she said.

“Our country is facing numerous economic challenges and signs of poverty can be seen everywhere. Despite this, our kababayans continue to be positive, holding on to the hope that one day, their lives will improve with the help of the government,” she continued.

On a lighter note,  the Secretary shared her experiences as the country’s head of the social welfare department.

“Five months ago, I accepted the challenge of being the Acting Secretary of the DSWD.  It was definitely not easy, as I tried to be available 24/7 to perform my duties and to fulfill the Department’s mandate of extending aid to the most vulnerable sectors of our society. But that’s the call—and I heeded that call,” she said.

She is thankful for all the support that she received since she became the top official of the DSWD.

“I am happy whenever I am greeted by the warm welcome and glowing faces of our kababayans everywhere I go around the country. And I am really thankful for that,” she ended. #   Source – www.dswd.gov.ph

UNITED NATIONS WEEK

Pursuant to Proclamation No. 483. October 18 to 24, 2003 and every year thereafter as the United Nations Week. The Department of Foreign Affair (DFA) as the lead agency was designated to plan organize, oversee, and implement, in coordinate on with other departments and agencies, as well as with the United Nations offices and agencies based in the Philippines, appropriate events and activities in observance and celebration of the United Nations Week in the Philippines. #  Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

Monday, October 15, 2018

DILG TO LGUS: GET ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE BEFORE STARTING ANY ENV'TAL PROJECT

In ensuring the protection of the people and safeguarding the environment against man-made disasters, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is reminding all local government units (LGUs) to secure an Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) from the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) before operating any environmental project.

In Memorandum Circular 2018-152, DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Año says that projects that pose possible environmental risk or impact are required to secure an ECC from the DENR-Environmental Management Bureau. Among such projects are mining, agriculture projects, and golf course construction.

“Sometimes there is a flip side to development as unchecked development takes its toll on the environment. While we, therefore, encourage the influx of new businesses, local governments should always consider the potential impact of new projects on the environment and to nearby residents,” says Año.

The DILG Chief says the tragic environmental degradation of Boracay Island is a classic example of how unregulated development made the famous white-sand holiday destination into a ‘cesspool’.

“Huwag na nating hayaang mangyari pa ang nangyari sa Boracay. Huwag nating ishort cut ang mga proseso para lang sa negosyo. Kailangan nating siguruhin na mayroong ECC bago magsimula ang anumang proyekto na alam nating makakaapekto sa kalikasan,” he says.

Presidential Decree No. 1586 dated June 11, 1978 (Establishing an Environmental Impact Statement System including other Environmental Management-Related Measures) states that “no person, partnership, or corporation shall undertake or operate any declared environmentally critical project or area without securing first an ECC..”

Applications for ECCs are reviewed and granted by the DENR through the EMB as stated in Malacañang’s Administrative Order 42 issued on November 2, 2002.

An ECC is issued after a positive review of the project’s application by the DENR-EMB. It indicates that a proposed undertaking will not cause a significant negative impact on the environment. The project proponent must then fulfill the specific measures and conditions indicated in the ECC before and during the operation of the project and even after the project completion.

An ECC also certifies that the proponent has complied with all the requirements of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) System and has committed to implement its approved environmental management plan.

In cases where DENR-EMB finds that an ECC is not applicable, a Certificate of Non-Coverage (CNC) shall be issued confirming that the proposed project is not part of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and poses no environmental threat. #  Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

Friday, October 12, 2018

4TH GOVERNOR’S CUP 2018 INTERTOWN VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT, MAKIPASET TI TEAM TI CABUGAO

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur - Iti panaglukat ti 4th Governor’s Cup 2018 Intertown Volleyball Tournament idiay Sto. Domingo People’s Coliseum, Sto. Domingo, Ilocos Sur ket nakipartisipar ti Team ti Cabugao a tinarabay ni Mr. Kevin S. Somera, napusgan a Municipal Youth Coordinator ti ili.

Imbatad ni Mr. Somera a napasamak ti panagtakuatda  kadagiti makabael a players nga agay-ayam iti volleyball (women category)   kabayatan iti sinnalisal  iti naaramid a 2018 Unit 1 Palaro ti DepED ditoy nga ili a nagsasalipan dagiti atleta para iti nadumaduma nga sports event idi Oktubre 1-3, 2018 iti Cabugao Athletic Oval, Barangay Bonifacio, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. Ditoy a salip ket nakipaset ti amin a sekundaria a pageskuelaan iti ili kadagiti umaayam nangruna iti volleyball.

Innayon ni Mr. Somera a katinnulongna ken adda  iti pannakigamulo ditoy ni Pambayan Pederasyon ng SK President Hon. Marc Russel Morales agsipud ta isuna ti kangrunaan a mangtimtimon kadagiti agtutubo a kameng iti Sangguniang Kabataan iti ili ti Cabugao. Kangrunaanna pay, ti sports ti maysa a programa dagiti agtutubo ditoy nga ili tapno mayadayoda iti bisio ken agbalinda a naresponsable nga umili.

Kabayatanna, segun ken ni Provincial Sports Chief Marius Cabudol a  manamnama a maikkan iti inspirasyon dagiti volleyball players nga agay-ayam para kadagiti bukodda a team.

Kinunana pay nga  ad-adu a team ti aglalaban ita a tawen gapu ta adda dagiti aggapu kadagiti upland municipalities. #  NAADAW

BARANGAY ASSEMBLY DAY FOR THE 2ND SEMESTER OF 2018

Section 397 (b) of Republic Act No. 7160 or the Local Government Code of 1991, mandates that “the barangay assembly shall meet at least twice a year to hear and discuss the semestral report of the barangay concerning its activities and financies as well as problems affecting the barangay.”

Proclamation No. 260, dated 30 September 2011 declares the last Sunday of March and the Second Sunday of October as Barangay Assembly Days.

The Barangay Assembly Day for the Second Semester of CY 2018 is set on October 14, 2018. # Source - www.dilg.gov.ph (DILG MC: 2018-1515)

DILG TO MAYORS: BAN PEDICABS, TRICYCLES ON NATIONAL HIGHWAYS

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is reiterating its call to all city and municipal mayors to ban pedicabs and tricycles along national highways, whether in Metro Manila or in the provinces.

“For safety reasons, no tricycle or pedicab should operate on national highways utilized by four-wheel vehicles greater than four tons and where normal speed exceeds 40 kilometers per hour,” says DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Año.

Año says that while the government recognizes that tricycle and pedicab operations provide livelihood and income to Filipinos, both in the urban center and rural areas, “allowing them on main thoroughfares poses hazards to other motor vehicles, the riding public, and even to the drivers themselves.”

“The regulation of tricycles and pedicabs on national highways is, therefore, to the best interest of everyone,” he says.

He explains that said vehicles may only be allowed by concerned sangguniang panlungsod or sangguniang bayan to traverse main highways if there is no other alternative route.

The DILG OIC reiterated the Department’s directive after receiving reports from its field offices regarding the unregulated operation of tricycles and pedicabs along main thoroughfares which pose serious hazards to the passengers, drivers, and other vehicles.

Año says that under the Local Government Code, city and municipal mayors, through their respective sanggunians, are authorized to regulate the operation of tricycles within their territorial jurisdiction, subject to the guidelines prescribed by the Department of Transportation.

He also urges local authorities to strictly adhere to the standards and guidelines provided by Memorandum Circular 2007-01, which contains the basic considerations in the preparation of city or municipal tricycle and pedicab franchise and regulatory ordinance or code.

Said guidelines include banning of tricycle and pedicab operations along national highways; prohibiting said vehicles to carry more passengers and goods than what they are designed for, or more than what is authorized in the franchise, among others.

DSWD RELEASES P100.9 MILLION FOR CENTENARIANS’ CASH GIFT

“We at the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) remain committed to working under our guiding principle of providing services with Kalinga at Pagmamahal to the most vulnerable sectors of our society, including our senior citizens. As we continue to facilitate the provision of cash incentive to our seniors who have reached 100 years old under the Centenarians Act of 2016, we help extend the needed assistance to them while honoring them and recognizing their contributions to our society.”

This is what DSWD Secretary Virginia N. Orogo emphasized as she provided updates on the status of the implementation of the Centenarians Act of 2016.

“As of August 2018, the DSWD has released a total of P100,900,000 for the cash gift of 1,009 centenarians in the country,” the Secretary reported.

The Department has allocated a total of P163,900,000 for the P100,000 cash incentive of 1,639 target number of centenarians for this year.

Under Republic Act (RA) 10868 or the Centenarians Act of 2016, all Filipinos who reach 100 years old, whether residing in the Philippines or abroad, will be honored with a Letter of Felicitation from the President of the Philippines congratulating the celebrant for his or her longevity; and a centenarian gift in the amount of ₱100,000.

Signed on June 23, 2016, the law further specifies that the centenarians shall also be awarded a plaque of recognition and a cash incentive by their respective city or municipal governments in appropriate ceremonies during the first Sunday of October, which was declared as National Respect for Centenarians Day.

Concerned local government units shall determine the amount of the cash incentive.

A total of 2,739 seniors who turned 100 years old in 2016 received the one-time cash gift for a total amount of P273,900,000. In 2017, some 940 centenarians received the P100,000 cash gift, amounting to P94,000,000.

“Our field offices in the regions are still conducting the payout for the remaining unpaid centenarians for the year. We aim to complete the distribution of the cash gift as soon as possible so our centenarians could start enjoying the incentive with their loved ones,” Sec. Orogo added.

Last week, DSWD FO VI awarded 33 centenarians in Western Visayas with their cash gift during the field office’s celebration of the Elderly Family Week.

When asked how they will use their money, one centenarian replied, “I will use this to buy medicines and vitamins,” while another said, “I will give some to my grandchildren.” # Source – www.dswd.gov.ph

Thursday, October 11, 2018

ELDERLY WEEK CELEBRATION 2018, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naaramid ti panagselebrar dagiti kameng ti Cabugao Federated  Senior Citizens Association maipapan iti Elderly Filipino Week Celebration 2018   iti Oktubre 11, 2018 babaen iti Tema: “Kilalanin at Parangalan; Tagasulong ng Karapatan ng Nakatatanda Tungo sa Lipunang Mapagkalinga”  iti 
Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. 


Immuna a naaramid ti Nasantuan a Misa iti St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Parish Church a nagatendaran dagiti nataengan. Naaramid ti Fun Walk iti National Highway sa naangay  ti salu-salo ket sinagrapda dagiti naisagana a napagsasanguan sakbay a naaramid ti programa iti Sports Complex. 

Iti Welcome Address, nagsarita ni Mrs. Constancia Sonido ket inawisna  ti amin nga umili a mangimatang iti naragsak a pannakipaset dagiti nataengan iti kagimongan babaen kadaytoy a selebrasion.

Naiballaet dagiti Intermission Number dagiti barangay chapter ti FESCA  ket adda nangipaay ti daniw ken  nagsala a grupo.

Nangipaay ti Message da  MSWD Officer Mrs. Lydia S. Gazmen; Vice Mayor DJ Savellano; SBM Danny Q. Gazmen; SBM Vicky S. Serna; SBM Jayhan Alcid-Tan; ken ni SBM Dodgie Santella.

Nagsarita pay  ni SBM Atty. Bryan Jett S. Pano, Committee Chair on Social Services ken nangipaay  ti Mensahe ni Retired Judge Efren S. Ubungen.


Naglektiur dagiti pannakabagi ti Philhealth Vigan City ken naaramid ti Open Forum kalpasanna.

Binagi met ni Dr. Mark-Lawrence T. Tirao, OIC Municipal Health Officer ti ili a  Cabugao a trinatar ti Caring for the Elderly iti  pakaseknan dagiti annuroten ti salun-at dagiti nataengan tapno pumaut pay ti panangnanamda ti biagda. 

Impaay ni  Mr. Bonifacio Somera, FESCA President ti Closing Remarks. Nagyaman ni Mr. Somera iti naballigi nga okasion dagiti   nataengan.

Nagpaay nga Emcee ni Mr. Remigio B. Sunico, OSCA Head. 

Simmaruno a naaramid ti pannakaited ti Tseke a gunggona ni Centenarian Marcelo Castro iti Barangay Turod Patac, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur nga impaay ti LGU-Cabugao nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang.

Naaramid pay iti Raffle Draw kadagiti papremio manipud iti Philhealth ken ni Vice Mayor DJ Savellano. 

Inggannuat dagiti RHU Personnel iti Blood Pressure Check-up kadagiti nataengan. # (Web In-Action)

NAIKKAN TI PAMMIGBIG ITI HRMO-LGU CABUGAO

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Napasnek latta a maat-atendaran dagiti kalkalpas a panagsanay/aktibidad a nakikaysaan ni Miss Teresita Maximina “Mimie” S. Sison kas parte iti pagrebbenganna ken trabahona a Human  Resources Management Officer (HRMO)/PESO ken  MDO Designate  iti LGU-Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.


Kanaig daytoy ket nakagun-od ti pammigbig nga impaay dagiti Opisiales ti Ili nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang ken iti Sangguniang Bayan ti ili a Cabugao, Ilocos Sur babaen iti Resolusion ken  Komendasion a naited ken ni Miss Sison kalpasan iti Flag Ceremony itay nabiit iti imatang ti Pamilia LGU-Cabugao.

Agdama a PESO Ilocos Sur President ni  Miss  Teresita Maximina “Mimie” Sison ket  ni met Ms. Charity A. Ubilas  ti   PESO ISFO Focal iti kaduana kasta metten dagiti PESO Managers iti  Probinsia ti Ilocos Sur.

Ni pay Miss Sison ti agdama a  
Migrant Desk Officer  ti LGU-Cabugao  iti OFWs-OWWA iti pannakaitandudo ti kasasaad dagiti OFWs ken dagiti Pamiliada iti daytoy nga ili.

Ti Public Employment Service Office (PESO)/Migrant Desk Office ti  LGU-Cabugao  ket nakalukat nga agserbi ken masarakan iti Human Resource Mgt. Office idiay 2nd Floor ti Rizal  Barangay Hall, Barangay Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.
Kanaig daytoy, nagyaman ni Miss Sison ken ni  Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang  ken iti Sangguniang Bayan ti ili iti naipaay a pammigbig iti Opisina ti HRMO-LGU Cabugao iti benneg ti PESO-DOLE  iti pannakatulong dagiti kakailiantayo babaen iti naipaay a serbisyo kadakuada. #

PAMBAYAN PEDERASYON NG SK TI CABUGAO, NAKIPARTISIPAR ITI ALDAW TI ANNAK TI ILOCOS SUR

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Nakipaset  ni SK Federated President (Ex-Officio Member ti SB)  Hon. Marc Russel Morales ti ili a Cabugao a mangibagbagi iti benneg ti agtutubo ti ilina a kas iti kalleppas nga aktibidad ti  aldaw ti A.N.N.A.K ti Ilocos Sur (Agtutubo para ti Natalged, Natalinaay ken Asensado a Komunidad) iti pederasion ti agtutubo iti Probinsia a naangay idiay Vigan Convention Center, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur  idi Setiembre 30, 2018.


Kabayatanna, naipakaammo iti inawatda a  pammadayaw iti partisipasionda iti nadakamat nga aktibidad kalpasan ti Flag Ceremony iti Rizal Barangay Hall, Barangay Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur iti imatang ti Pamilia-LGU Cabugao ken dagiti Opisiales ti ili nga idauluan ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang itay nabiit.

Nagatendar pay ni SBM Morales iti naangay a Responding Youth Awareness through Nature-based Immersion wenno R.Y.A.N. IMMERSION,  Sangguniang Kabataan Team Building 2018, SK Federasyon ng Ilocos Sur itay nabiit. #

LOCAL GOVERNMENT MONTH

Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 63, s. 1992, dated 02 October 1992, the month of October was declared as Local Government Month, the second week of October as Local Government Week, and the 10th day of October as Local Government Day, commemorating the enactment of the Local Government Code of 1991.

The theme for the celebration of the Local Government Month for this year is “Nagmamalasakit na Pamahalaang Lokal: Sandigan ng Maunlad at Ligtas na Pamayanan” # Source: DILG MC 2018-168

263 LGUS BAG MOST STRINGENT SEAL OF GOOD LOCAL GOVERNANCE SET BY DILG

Two hundred sixty-three local government units (LGUs) passed the 2018 Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG), the most challenging standard set by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) thus far.

“Congratulations to the 2018 awardees for besting the ‘all-in’ assessment criteria of SGLG. This is a testimony that LGUs in our country are continuously striving to improve the quality of service to the people,” DILG OIC Secretary Eduardo M. Año says.

Out of 1,682 LGUs assessed by the DILG nationwide, the awardees composed of 17 provinces, 39 cities, and 207 municipalities, met the ‘all-in’ performance indicators of the seven governance areas: financial administration; disaster preparedness; social protection; peace and order; business-friendliness and competitiveness; environmental management; and tourism, culture and the arts.

"For the past years, the number of awardees have grown even with SGLG's parameter upgrades. Understandably, the awardees decreased this year with the scaled-up assessment criteria from ‘4+1’ to ‘all-in’,” he says.

Last year, 449 LGUs were conferred with the SGLG for passing the '4+1' criteria which only required four core areas and at least one essential area.

The DILG Chief noted that 35 LGUs have consistently bagged the award since it started in 2015 including Iloilo province, Mandaluyong City, Kapatagan municipality (in Lanao del Norte), to name a few.

He also pointed out that annually raising the standards of SGLG do not deter LGUs from improving as demonstrated by the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

“ARMM has been doing wonders. From zero in 2015 and six in 2016, the region took home 20 awards in 2017 and increased to 23 this year amid an ascending bar of SGLG criteria,” he says.

Año says that as an incentive, this year’s recipients will receive the 2018 SGLG marker; eligibility to the DILG Performance Challenge Fund (PCF) to finance their local development projects; and access to other programs and capacity development assistance from the DILG.

Region 1 tops anew

DILG Spokesperson, Assistant Secretary Jonathan E. Malaya, reveals that Ilocos Region and Central Luzon garnered again the highest number of SGLG awardees with 51 and 43, respectively.

CALABARZON is at third spot with 24 awardees, followed by ARMM with 23, and Cagayan Valley with 22.

Western Visayas claims sixth spot with 21 awardees, Zamboanga Peninsula with 11, Northern Mindanao and CARAGA both with 10, SOCCSKSARGEN with nine, and Bicol Region with eight.

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and Eastern Visayas both have seven awardees, respectively; while National Capital Region (NCR) and Davao Region both have five awardees. MIMAROPA has four and Central Visayas has three.

Institutionalization of SGLG

Malaya says that Senate’s move to institutionalize DILG’s SGLG through Senate Bill No. 1843 proves the effectiveness of the program in promoting good governance in the country.

“SGLG is the concrete program of the national government in recognizing and incentivizing good performance of LGUs based on comprehensive standards done through an objective assessment. That’s why it’s a seal, a badge of honor to recipient LGUs,” he says.

Last month, the Senate has approved Senate Bill No. 1843 with 19 affirmative votes, no negative vote and zero abstention, on its third and final reading.

“There is no better way to ensure the continuity of a good program like SGLG but to enshrine it into the law of the land,” he says. #  Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

COURTESY CALL TI PNP MARITIME GROUP, NAARAMID

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Naaramid ti panag-Courtesy Call dagiti maidestino ditoy ili ti Cabugao  a  kameng ti PNP Maritime Group manipud iti Vigan City, Ilocos Sur ken ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang kalpasan ti Flag Raising  Ceremony iti imatang ti Pamilia-LGU idi Oktubre 8, 2018 iti sango ti Rizal Barangay Hall, Barangay Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.


Naiyam-ammo dagiti nagan dagiti kameng/pangulo  ti Maritime Group babaen iti dadauloda nga Opisial ket kinadua met ida iti sango ni  Police Inspector Romar P.  Renon, OIC ti Cabugao Municipal Police Station. 

Binayabay met da SBM Danny Q. Gazmen; SBM Vicky S. Serna ken ni SBM Josefina S. Vallejo ni Mayor Josh Edward a nangpasangbay kadagiti pannakabagi ti linteg. # (Web In-Action) 

ANIMAL WELFARE WEEK

Through the centuries, humans have compromised animal welfare and species protection for a number of reasons. Whether it be destroying natural habitats for new buildings or agriculture, or testing chemicals on animals to determine whether substance is safe for human use, humans have rarely prioritized animals. Thus, Presidential Proclamation No. 715 dated October 11, 2014 was issued, declaring the first week pf October of each year as “Animal Welfare Week”. 
This proclamation is aimed at inculcating in the heart and mind every Filipino, particularly the youth, to love and be kind to animals, whether domesticated or wildlife. It furthers the aim of enhancing virtues of kindness, justice and protection of all living creatures as the greatest contributing factor to maintain and restore the country’s ecological balance.

This year’s theme is “Get Involved! Protect and Promote the Welfare of Animals”. # Source: DILG MC No. 2018-164

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S MONTH

The National Indigenous People’s Month is celebrated every October as per Presidential Proclamation No. 1906, and series of events are being held to revel the cultural wealth and heritage bestowed upon the Filipinos. For 2018, DAYAW: biggest gathering of indigenous peoples, highlights the month long festivity of celebrating indigenous culture.

This year’s celebration theme, “Celebrating Heritage of Creative Communities.” This is an opportune time for government workers and administrators, as well as policy makers to gain comprehensive knowledge and undertakes on safeguarding and reinvigorating intangible cultural heritage intended to raise cultural awareness, advance cultural sensitivity and nurture sustainable development-orientation. # Source - DILG MC 2018 - 155

Monday, October 8, 2018

DILG SUPPORTS THE 29TH NATIONAL STATISTICS MONTH CELEBRATION

Since the issuance of Presidential Proclamation No. 647 on 20 September 1990 by then President Corazon C. Aquino, the month of October has been celebrated as the National Statistics Month (NSM). The annual celebration, through the conduct of statistics-related activities, aims to promote, enhance and instill nationwide awareness and appreciation of the importance and value of statistics to the different sectors of society as well as elicit the cooperation and support of the general public in upgrading the quality and standards of statistics in the country.

Now on its 29th year, the NSM is being celebrated with the overall theme “Exploring Philippine Wonders in Numbers: Statistics Towards Sustainable Tourism Development.” The month-long celebration will be comprised of various activities sponsored by different national government agencies (NGAs), government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs), local government units (LGUs), the academe, and other private companies and organizations. These activities include symposia, workshops, orientation-seminars, exhibits, publications of statistical reports, indicators and other relevant information, among others. The official streamer for the 29th NSM shall also be posted on the building facade of the government agencies at the central, regional, and LGU levels throughout the month.

For other information and updates on the 29th NSM activities, you may visit the following webpage and social media sites:

Webpage: https://psa.gov.ph/nsm/announcements/29th

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/National-Statistics-Month-271884873393892/

Twitter page: https://twitter.com/MonthNational

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), head of the NSM Steering Committee, is also calling for entries to the 28th NSM Awards. The NSM awards instituted in 2002 was established to provide incentives to participating entities and agencies in the NSM Celebration and encourage their continuous support for NSM activites. The 28th NSM Awards composed of five categories, namely: Best Statistical Activity Conducted by a Government Organization, Best Statistical Activity Conducted by a Private Organization, Best Youth Group Advocate for Statistics, Best Region, and the newly created category, Best Local Government Unit (LGU) Award, are intended to recognize agencies or entities which actively conducted statistical activities during the 28th NSM Celebration last October 2017. #  Source – www.dilg. gov.ph

DILG PRODS LGUS TO BE PROACTIVE IN MANAGING MUNICIPAL WATERS

To ensure that local government units (LGUs) are proactive in managing their municipal waters, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will audit all coastal cities and municipalities to check their compliance to the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998 and other related laws and issuances.

DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M. Año says that the Department has developed the Fisheries Compliance Audit (FishCA) to reinforce upon the LGUs their responsibilities under the law for the management, conservation, development, protection, and utilization of marine resources within their municipal waters.

“Let us advocate the empowerment and protection of rights of our small fisherfolk in utilizing the resources in our municipal waters. LGUs should prioritize initiatives in managing their coastal areas for sustainable livelihood of the municipal fisherfolk, and for the food security at present and the years to come, and FishCA is a helpful tool in measuring their efforts," says Año.

Año explains that FishCA is composed of indicators that will assess the performance of LGUs in complying with their mandates under the Fisheries Code. It also seeks to aid in identifying the assistance needed to enhance the capabilities of LGUs in addressing gaps in fulfilling their mandates under the law.

"Itong FishCA ay magsisilbing paalala sa mga LGU na ang DILG ay seryoso sa mga hakbang nito tungo sa mahusay na pamamahala sa mga yamang tubig sa kanilang nasasakupan," he adds.

He also encourages various stakeholders to pitch in for the implementation of various policies, including FishCA, in managing municipal waters for "well-maintained natural resources that cut across all segments of society".

"The enforcement of fishery laws is a shared responsibility among different stakeholders from the concerned national agencies, local government, down to the communities living in the area, hence, everyone should work together for the effective implementation of such policy," he says.

Key indicators

According to Año, FishCA will assess LGU compliance using four key indicators, namely Governance, Environment, Stakeholders' Participation, and Law Enforcement.

Under Governance, LGU will be gauged in its performance of exercising its powers and responsibilities over municipal waters including the issuance of related ordinances, the establishment of a registration and licensing system, among others.

It also aims to ensure that the LGU is providing the necessary assistance to municipal fisherfolks for the sustainability of their livelihood, and of the local fisheries industry.

The Environment indicator will audit existing initiatives towards sustainable fisheries through the assessment of the quality of municipal water in terms of threat to overfishing, development of precautionary measures such as the establishment of harvest control rules and reference points, and adoption of ecosystem-based approaches to coastal resource management.

Stakeholders' Participation will look into the existence and functionality of the Municipal/City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Councils (M/C FARMCs) in providing support to the LGU in managing the municipal waters.

The Law Enforcement indicator will assess the effectiveness of regulatory measures done by the LGU against the operation of illegal activities within their areas of jurisdiction. # Source – www.dilg.gov.ph

PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION, PAMMADAYAW KEN NI MAYOR JOSH EDWARD

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur –Inimatangan ti Pamilia-LGU Cabugao iti pannakaited ti Plaque  of Appreciation ken ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang kalpasan iti Flag Raising Ceremony iti Oktubre 8, 2018  iti sango ti Rizal Barangay Hall, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur.


Naggapu ti Pammadayaw iti Department of Tourism, Region 1  babaen ken ni Hon. Martin S. Valera, Regional Director iti naangay a 5th Tourism Convention idiay Vigan City idi Setiembre 27-29, 2018. Maibasar iti linaon ti Pammadayaw  ken ni Mayor Josh Edward ket kastoy ti nailanad: “In grateful recognition and appreciation of his unceasing support and unparalleled contributions as a tourism industry partner of the Department in the successful staging of the 5th Region 1 Tourism Convention.” 

Inyawat  ni  HRM Officer Miss Teresita Maximina “Mimie” S. Sison ti Plake ken ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang  ken binayabay da  SBM Danny Q. Gazmen; SBM Vicky S. Serna ken ni SBM Josefina S. Vallejo. # (Web In-Action)

Friday, October 5, 2018

CLEANLINESS DRIVE, AGTULTULOY A MAIPATUNGPAL

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Iti pannaki-amad ti Web In-Action  iti Municipal Clean and Green Program Coordinator ken ti MENRO, naibatad  iti   agtultuloy  a panaglinisda kadagiti pampubliko a pasilidad ti LGU-Cabugao babaen iti programa ti Clean and Green ti Munisipio.

Iti Coastal barangay ket regular met a maiwayat iti panagdalus nga idauluan dagiti Opisiales ti Barangay iti parte a masakupanda babaen iti itutulong dagiti sektor ken asosasion iti barangayda.

Kabayatanna, maar-aramid latta  ti regular a panaglinis iti agsumbangir ti Kalsada Nasional manipud Barangay Sagayaden agingga iti Barangay Pug-os kasta metten iti National Road iti agturong iti Salomague Port ken iti Provincial Road nga agturong iti Barangay Nagsincaoan babaen iti panagtinnulong dagiti LGU Personnel ti Clean and Green.

Nupay kasta, saan latta met nga agsina a pakaseknan ti Munisipio iti maipapan iti Solid Waste Management ken iti Clean and Green iti intero a Munisipalidad.

Kasta met nga agtultuloy a maipromot iti panagdaldalus iti kalsada kadagiti barangay babaen iti itutulong dagiti Opisiales ti Barangay a kabinnulig ti Munisipio a mangitandudo kadagitoy nga agdama a programa.

Kabayatanna, napintas ti pannakamantener ti agsumbangir a kinadalus ti National Highway manipud iti Brgy. Sagayaden agingga iti Brgy. Pug-os.

Innayon ti MENRO a linawas a wanasenda ti stretch ti Sagayaden-Pug-os a pidutan ti selopin nangruna iti Plastic Day iti aldaw ti Lunes.

Daytoy nga ar-aramidenda ket agtultuloy a mangpasayaat iti buya ti Kalsada Nasional a mayataday  iti agtultuloy a pannakaipromot ti Turismo ken kadagiti masanguanan a Piesta-Opisial.  # (Web Situational Report)

DSWD FIRM AGAINST LOWERING OF MINIMUM AGE OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) strongly objects to House Bill No. 935, “An Act Amending Certain Provisions of RA 9344 or the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act (JJWA) of 2006”, and House Bill No. 3973, “An Act Lowering the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility (MACR) Amending RA No. 9344”,  which mandate the lowering of the MACR from 15 to 9 years old.

DSWD Secretary Virginia N. Orogo stated, “We believe that the proposed measures seeking to lower the MACR should be studied further because lowering the MACR has never resulted in lower crime rates based on the Philippine experience, and other countries as well.”

She further explained that there is a need to distinguish between making children responsible for their actions and criminalizing them.

RA 9344 makes children responsible, without making them criminals, and holding them accountable in a non-punitive, welfare-based, and education-oriented measures. Children in conflict with the law (CICL) are provided with either appropriate intervention programs or undergo diversion program to ensure utmost protection of their rights and to prevent them from becoming recidivists.

“Moreover, lowering the MACR runs counter to available scientific knowledge about the cognitive, psychosocial and neurological development of children. It results in more children being detained and in substantially higher cost of public expenditure and graver offending, “ she continued.

The Secretary pointed out that “based on the available data, majority of CICL come from lower-income families where parents are unemployed.  These measures are indeed anti-poor.”

During the executive meeting convened by the House Committee on Justice in January last year,  DSWD maintained its position in favor of retaining the current MACR to 15 years old.

Programs for children in conflict with the law

Currently, the DSWD maintains 16 facilities for CICL, 15 are known as the Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth including the MIMAROPA Youth Center and the National Training School for Boys for male residents, while Marillac Hills serves female residents.

These facilities provide 24-hour residential care treatment and rehabilitation of CICL with suspended sentence. Under the guidance of trained staff, residents are attended to under a structured therapeutic environment with the goal of reintegrating them into their families and communities as well as to help them become socially functioning individuals.

As of June 2018, there are 2,746 CICL and children at risk in DSWD-managed residential care facilities. Meanwhile, a total of 6,044 CICL have been served by the Philippine National Police (PNP) as of June 2017.

JJWA requires the establishment of Bahay Pag-Asa (BPA) Youth Care facilities with Intensive Juvenile Intervention and Support Center for children with pending cases before the court and for those above 12 but below 15 who commit serious crimes.

BPA is a youth care facility that provides center-based intervention and rehabilitation for CICL with pending cases before the court. BPA facilities implement the Intensive Juvenile Intervention and Support Center (IJISC), a special program or unit of any child-caring facility of the DSWD or licensed and accredited non-government organizations (NGOs) to address the needs of the CICL.

Based on the data of the Juvenile Justice Welfare Council (JJWC), an attached agency of DSWD, a total of 38 BPA facilities (35 LGUs, 3 NGOs) have been constructed from 2006 to 2016 to provide temporary care for CICL with pending cases before the court. # Source – www.dswd.gov.ph

PHILHEALTH: NEW POLICY ON BENEFIT ELIGIBILITY TO START IN OCTOBER

The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) reminds the public anew that the sufficient regularity of payment (SRP) will be required for all benefit availments starting October 1, 2018.

Previously set for implementation last January, PhilHealth postponed the execution of the directive to provide its members with ample time to update their premium contributions in order to ensure themselves and their dependents of uninterrupted social health insurance coverage.

The SRP rule is contained in PhilHealth Circular No. 2017-0021 which states that, “...to establish sufficient regularity of payment, members should have paid six (6) months contributions preceding the three (3) months qualifying contributions within the twelve (12)-month period prior to the first day of confinement...”

In effect, to be eligible to PhilHealth benefits, a member should have paid at least nine (9) months’ worth of premiums in the twelve (12) months preceding the confinements including the confinement month of the patient.

“We call on our members to see to it that their membership information and premium contributions are up to date in order to maintain an active PhilHealth membership. In doing so, they ensure themselves and their qualified dependents of social health insurance benefits for their medical needs,” said PhilHealth Acting President and CEO Dr. Roy B. Ferrer.

Further inquiries on this policy 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 and stakeholders are encouraged to follow PhilHealth on Twitter (@teamphilhealth) and Facebook (facebook.com/PhilHealth). # Source – PHILHEALTH

Thursday, October 4, 2018

TEACHERS DAY, NAGSELEBRAR TI CABUGAO NORTH CS

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Nagselebrar ti Cabugao North Central School iti “Teachers Day”  iti Oktubre 4, 2018 iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex, Brgy. Rizal, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur a pangbigbig iti naindaklan a propesion  dagiti mangisursuro. Daytoy  a Teacher’s Day ket maselselebraran iti intero a Pilipinas iti tinawen.

Nagkaykaysa dagiti mangisursuro ti Cabugao North Central School a nagselebrar babaen iti panangorganisar  ti CNCS PTA Officers iti programa a kas Pammadayawda kadagiti Teachers.

Linukatan ni Mr. Nerio S. Lopez, PTA President iti panagrugi ti  selebrasion. Naipabuya dagiti intermission number dagiti nadumaduma a Grade Levels; Practice Teachers ken dagiti PTA Members  a kas pangparagsakda  iti nasao a programa ken naikkan iti Certificate of Appreciation dagiti napili a  Mangisursuro iti amin a Grade Levels manipud iti Kindergarten agingga iti Grade VI.

Naragsakan   met unay dagiti ubbing, mangisursuro, nagannak  ken sangaili a nagbuya. 

Nasangaili ditoy ni Pasado Mayor Edgardo “Ediboy” S. Cobangbang, Jr., Presidente ti CNCS Alumni Association ket iti inna panagsarita ket  impeksana iti kablaaw ken ti panagyamanna ta napintas iti pakasarsaritaan ti eskuela a nagbasaanna  a ditoy iti paggapgapuan iti nalalaing a mangisursuro a di mauma a manghulhulma kadagiti ubbing iti nasayaat a pagbanaganda ken dagiti naballigi a patanor a nagad-adal ditoy nga eskuela a mangitantandudo iti pagimbagan iti kaaduan nga umili.

Nangipaay met ti Mensaheda da Public Schools District Supervisor Dr. Consesa T. Rumias ken ni SBM Dr. Jemaima S. Tan-Yee, Committee Chairman on Education. Kimmablaaw ken nagyamanda met  ken dinayawda ti napintas a pabuya dagiti mangisursuro ken ub-ubbing iti panagselebrarda iti Teachers Day ket nasayaat unay ta  maikkan iti pateg ken panangpadayaw met kadagiti mangisursuro iti naindaklan nga akemda a mangmulmuli  iti nasayaat a pannakipagili dagiti agad-adal nga ubbing iti bugas dagiti mensaheda.

Kanaig daytoy nga aktibidad iti pannakaselebrar ti National Teachers Month (Setiembre 5-Oktubre 5) ita a Tawen 2018  babaen iti Tema: “Gurong Pilipino:  Turo mo, Kinabukasan Ko”.  # (Web In-Action)

DAY 1 ken 2 TI 2018 UNIT 1 PALARO, NAPASNEK TI SINNALIP!

Cabugao, Ilocos Sur – Nayeskediul dagiti  salip/Games  dagiti Atleta iti uppat nga ili kadagiti sumaganad nga events: Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Archery, Badminton, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Sipa, Athletics, Arnis, Boxing, Billiards, Chess, Volleyball, Wushu, Dance Sports, Football, Futsal ken Gymnastics iti Day 1 ken 2 ti 2018 Unit 1  Palaro idi Oktubre 1-2, 2018 iti Cabugao Athletic Oval.

Kabayatanna, naaramid ti paay-ayam iti Cabugao Institute Ground ken iti Covered Court kasta metten  iti Barangay Covered Court ti Brgy. Bonifacio ken iti Cabugao Cultural and Sports Complex  iti Barangay Rizal. 

Dadduma nga events ket naaramid iti pageskuelaan ti Cabugao South Central School a nagpaay a Team Quarters ti Sekundaria ken Elementaria iti uppat nga ili nga agsasalip.

Segun kadagiti Officiating Sports Officials ket inaramidda ti kabaelanda a nagmonitor iti paay-ayam, panangkita iti dadduma pay a kasapulan ken pakaseknan dagiti Atleta ken Bisita ken pannaki-koordinarda kadagiti nadumaduma nga event personnel ti DepED a natudingan a mangkita iti pagan-annayasan ti paay-ayam ken dagiti nakipartisipar/nagbuya  ditoy.

Bumisbisita met ni Mayor Josh Edward S. Cobangbang ken katarabayna nga opisial ti Ili iti sports event site kas parte  iti panangtarabayna iti pannakaaramid daytoy nga athletic event iti ili a Cabugao.

Nakapundo dagiti Ambulansia ti LGU-Cabugao a kadua ti mangimanmanehar  dagiti Medical  Aide kadagiti nadumaduma a paset ti pagay-ayaman a mangaksion iti aniaman a makasapul iti tulong ti First Aid ken Medikal iti pakaseknan kadagiti agdama a paay-ayamda.

Agtultuloy met a nakitinnarabay dagiti kameng ti Barangay Tanod/BPATS  iti pannakamantener ti urnos ti Trapiko ken iti panag-ruar-sumrek ti lugan ken tao a mapan iti asideg ti pagbuyaanda. 

Kabayatanna, aktibo met a nakigamulo iti paay-ayam a mangrugi kadagiti kameng ti Screening Committee a buklen dagiti pannakabagi iti uppat nga ili kasta metten  dagiti kameng ti Clerk of Course/Recorder ken Announcer/Presenter.

Naregta dagiti Announcer/Presentor iti School Stage a mangipakpakaammo iti  pagdurdur-asan ti salip, panagsagana dagiti sumaruno nga agsalip nga ili ken dagiti nangatiw a Team kalpasanna, panawagan iti pakaseknan ti ay-ayam, Atleta agraman dagiti agbuybuya.

Buklen dagiti Officiating Officials ti Tournament Managers ken kakaduada  iti benneg ti Elementaria ken High School     iti tunggal event.

Manamnama nga iti nagmalem a paay-ayam idi Oktubre 1 ken 2, 2018 ket  maripiripen dagiti agbalballigi a Team/Ili  kadagiti event kadaytoy a dinnayo ken dagiti mapili nga Atleta ken Coaches a makilaok iti masungad a Palaro. # (Web In-Action)