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‘SAGIP BUHAY’ BLOODLETTING SET ON JAN 21

BAGUIO CITY (PIA) -- A mass bloodletting donation activity dubbed “Tambalang Sagip Buhay, Karamay Habang Buhay Part III” will be conducted at the city’s Malcolm Square on Saturday,

BENGUET OFFICIALS OPPOSE HB 5518 GRANTING FRANCHISE TO SEPARATE ELECTRIC COOP FOR BAGUIO

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet(PIA)-- Provincial officials expressed their opposition to the proposed separation of franchise on the distribution of electric power from the existing Benguet Electric

DOT TARGETS TO BRING IN 10M FOREIGN TOURISTS BY 2016

BAGUIO CITY, Jan. 13 (PIA) - - To become the ‘must experience’ destination in Asia, is the strategic vision of the Department of Tourism’s (DOT) National Tourism Development Plan

HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE OF NHTS-PR POOR FAMILIES EXTENDED UNTIL DEC. 2012

BAGUIO CITY, Jan 13 (PIA) - - The health insurance coverage of Philhealth sponsored members under the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) is extended up to December

1,121 INDIVIDUALS IN CAR BENEFIT FROM DOLE’S EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM IN 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Jan. 10 (PIA) - - Around 1,121 individuals from typhoon-stricken areas in the region were benefitted by the emergency employment program of the Department of Labor and Employment

DENR OFFICIAL SUPPORTS LAW ON STIFFER PENALTY ON ILLEGAL LOGGING

BAGUIO CITY, Jan. 10 (PIA)-- Department of Environment and Natural Resources(DENR)- Cordillera executive director Clarence Baguilat believes that the bill seeking the imposition of life

ENVIRONMENT IS A MAIN CONCERN FOR BENGUET

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet. Jan.9 (PIA)-- Environment protection will be a top priority of this vegetable producing province for the year 2012. Governor Nestor B. Fongwan said they will intensify the

DOLE-CAR DISPOSES 188 CASES OF INSPECTION-RELATED LABOR VIOLATIONS IN 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Jan. 9 (PIA) - - The Department of Labor and Employment- Cordillera Regional Office (DOLE-CAR), through the inspections they made to 736 establishments in the different parts of the

‘DSWD-CORDILLERA ROSE ABOVE CHALLENGES’ –SEC. SOLIMAN

BAGUIO CITY-- Department of Social Welfare and Development(DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman commended the DSWD-Cordillera personnel Wednesday saying the regional office has ‘risen

SAVING THE WATERSHED OF THE CORDILLERA THRU PES

BAGUIO CITY, Jan. 3(PIA)-- There is an urgent need to revive and to sustain the source of water which is necessity for the survival of all living creatures that include human, plants and

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DENR IMPLEMENTS PROGRAM ON HUNGER MITIGATION
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 10 (PIA)- - The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Cordillera has embarked on hunger mitigation projects through its project, the

Community Base Forest Management (CBFM) under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program(CARP).

Regional Executive Director Clarence Baguilat said the project is aimed at enhancing the socio-economic conditions of the stakeholders while improving and protecting their community area and improving the forest and backyard vegetation.

The program provides alternative livelihood projects reducing pressure on the intensive use of the upland ecosystem . At the same time, to introduce farm productivity interventions compatible in the consumption and protection of the forest resources, Baguilat explained.

In Kalinga, the project being implemented is the agro-forestry enhancement. The stakeholders target to increase the productivity of their 218-hectare areas by increasing the existing species of forest trees like mahogany, gemelina and the few mango plants, he said.

Involved in the project is the municipality of Pinukpuk particularly barangays Cawagayan and Mapaco through the Cawagayan-Mapaco Forestland Management Association, Inc.

The free range chicken production was introduced that could help mitigate hunger in the area as it will provide immediate food and income to the project participants. A total of 5,000 day-old chicks, waterers, drinkers, vitamins and incubators were provided by the project, Baguilat said.

In Tadian, Mt. Province, the project implemented consists of three components - enhancement of the coffee plantation, integration of short term cash crops in sugar cane farming for muscovado and vinegar production, and free-range chicken raising as livelihood, he said.

These projects when fully supported and strictly managed will be a sustainable source of food income for the villagers while enhancing environmental condition in the area,

Baguilat added. *JDP/JBZ PIA CAR) - by Joseph B Zambrano

DPWH NEEDS ROUGHLY P127 M TO REPAIR DAMAGE TO INFRA IN CORDILLERA
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 11 (PIA) - - The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) needs roughly P127 million to repair and rehabilitate the infrastructures damaged by Typhoons Pedring and Quiel in the Cordillera.

This was disclosed by DPWH-CAR Administrative Officer Atty. Rex Paderes, in an interview on Monday.

According to Paderes, Ifugao needs the biggest fund with close to P56M in estimated damages, followed by Kalinga at P32.6 M, Kalinga P19.685 M, and Benguet with about P19M in estimated damages.

Abra and Apayao, suffered the least damage with P205,000 and P329,000, estimated damages, respectively.

Paderes also bared that through the directive of President Benigno Aquino III and DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson, their district engineers are now prioritizing the repair and rehabilitation of the damaged roads and bridges, especially to the critical areas where some towns or municipalities are isolated by the damage.

He informed that DPWH-CAR personnel are presently in Ifugao, to personally oversee the rehabilitation of an old bridge that would serve as a temporary access, in lieu of collapsed Burnay Bridge in Lagawe Ifugao, which they are hoping to be finished by Wednesday.

According to Paderes, the said bridge, which cost P1.5 million, will only be a temporary solution as they will put in a new massive bridge that would cost about P42 million and which construction will take about three months.

On the Cordillera road network update, Paderes announced that aside from the Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao-Mt. Province road that is closed to traffic due to the collapsed

Burnay Bridge, as of 8:00am, Monday, other roads in Ifugao that are still closed to traffic were the Banaue-Hungduan Mt. Province road, particularly the Dugong – Banao

Lagawe section; the Banaue-Mayoyao-Aguinaldo-Isabela Boundary road - due to collapsed Guihob Armco Bridge and a series of slides along km 355 to 364.

For Kalinga, Paderes reported that there are three national roads that are closed to traffic due to road cuts and series of slides including the Tabuk-Banue road via Tanudan-Barlig Road; Kalinga-Abra road and Mt. Province boundary – Calanan-Pinukpok-Abbut road.

In Mt. Province, still not passable is the the Mt. Province – Cagayan via Tabuk Enrile Road and the junction of Talubin-Barlig-Paracelis-Calaccad Road.

For Abra, Apayao, Baguio and Benguet – except the Shilan-Beckel road, Paderes also reported that all national roads in this provinces are open to traffic.* (JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

NSO INVITES COLLEGE FRESHMEN TO JOIN STATISTICS QUIZ
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 11 (PIA) - The National Statistics Office (NSO) is calling on first year college students in recognized tertiary schools in Cordillera to join the

regional qualifier for the 20th Philippine Statistics Quiz (PSQ).

According to NSO Regional Director Olivia Gulla, the PSQ, which is an annual contest designed to test freshman college students’ knowledge of statistics, aims to promote,

enhance and instill awareness and appreciation of the importance and value of science, particularly statistics, among students and the public in general, in all

development-planning activities and push for widespread support for all government statistical activities.

Gulla also said that the PSQ identifies and nurtures talents, especially in the fields of statistics, and contributes to the advocacy in the use of statistics for

evidence-based decision making.

For the PSQ regional qualifier, Gulla explained that it is open to all Filipino first-time college freshmen currently enrolled in the second semester for the school year

2011-2012 in any recognized tertiary academic institution in the region.

Each contestant is also entitled to one coach who must be officially endorsed by an official of the academic institution where the contestant is enrolled, Gulla added.

Gulla also announced that the regional PSQ championship will be held on November 17 and that the regional winner will represent the region and compete with the

representatives of the other 16 regions in the National PSQ contest which is initially set on December 6 in Metro Manila.

All regional champions will be automatically awarded during the PSQ national, finals with a medal and certificate of recognition.

The top five winners in the national PSQ finals will be awarded with trophies and cash prizes. The coaches will also receive cash prizes and the schools they represent will

also be given a certificate of recognition.

The NSO, in coordination with the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), already provided schools with communications about the PSQ contest.

Gulla though said that any interested schools or freshman students can also contact their regional office for registration to the contest for additional information,

through their focal person Jocelyn Tayaban at telephone numbers (074) 443-7763 or 442-7449.*( JDP/(LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

DA PUTS IN P20M FUND FOR ORGANIC FARMING
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct 12 (PIA) - - In support for the government’s effort in pushing for organic farming in the country, the Department of Agriculture (DA) allocated a

P20 million special fund to intensify such program.

This was bared by DA-Cordillera Regional Technical Director Cameron Odsey in a kapihan media forum here last week, which launched the observance of National

Consumer Welfare Month in the region.

According to Odsey, the said special fund which covers both crops and livestock, aims to promote the organization of organic farming councils in the local government

units (LGU), establishment of demo farms and the provision of training to interested farmers, groups or organizations.

Odsey said pushing for organic farming is a tedious process but the government through the said special fund is now taking the initiative to encourage LGUs to come up

with their own respective plans in relation to organic farming.

He also affirmed that organic farming is already gaining ground here in Cordillera, particularly in the Benguet province, wherein there are now several model organic farms

that are gaining national recognition.

“Though getting certification for organic farms is still a difficult and expensive process, we are now intensifying our effort in encouraging farmers to shift to organic

farming,” Odsey said.

In the same forum, Adoracion Ceniza of the Bureau of Plants and Industry (BPI), also assures the safety of vegetable supplies (from traditional farming procedures), as

the DA is also continuously strictly monitoring and regulating the possible use of harmful chemicals or pesticides in regular farming procedures.

The Agriculture Department is the lead agency for this year’s National Consumer Welfare Month celebration, which adopts the theme, ’Sapat, Ligtas at Abot-kayang

Pagkain para sa Lahat” to highlight the government’s food sufficiency program and in ensuring the availability of quality, safe and affordable food for the Filipino

consumers.

Consumer Welfare Month is observed each October by virtue of Presidential Proclamation 1098 issued in 1997. It is initiated by the National Consumers Affairs Council

(NCAC) created by Republic Act 7394 or the Consumer Act of the Philippines to improve the management, coordination and effectiveness of consumer programs of various

government agencies.*(JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

BAGUIO MEDIA TAKES ACTIVE ROLE IN PROMOTING CITY’S TOURISM
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 12 (PIA) - - The Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (BCBC) takes another step actively promoting the city’s tourism with the conduct of

a Media Tourism Summit this Saturday, October 15, at the Baguio Country Club Multi-purpose Hall.

BCBC President Migz Velarde Jr. announced that the said activity, which the group is undertaking in partnership with the City Government and other private tourism

stakeholders, aims to talk about the responsibility of media in promoting tourism, not just as conveyors of news or information but also as citizens of Baguio.

According to Velarde, they are expecting about 100 participants who will include representatives from print and broadcast media and photo correspondents.

As part of the media tourism summit, Velarde also announced that BCBC will be conducting a contest for Baguio tourism related photos, print releases and radio/TV

broadcasts published or aired from the period August 1 to October 14, 2011.

Judging and awarding of winners will be held during the summit so entries for the contest should be brought by the participants themselves when they go to Country Club

on Saturday.

“P60,000 worth of cash prizes will be divided among the winning entries,” Velarde said.

Meantime, on the issue of media reportage that gives more focus or highlights negative news or issues that puts the city on the spot, Velarde said that reporting bad news

or issues cannot be avoided as it is part of the fair share of the media profession, though he also encouraged media practitioners not to be selective and do progressive

reporting.

“Progressive reporting means that if a development or good things turn-out on such bad/negative news or issues, they also report it as every news instill or remains with

those who watch or read it”, Velarde said.

In a separate interview, Department of Tourism Regional Director Pura Molintas lauded the BCBC for coming up with such projects, as she highlighted the important role

media practitioners play in promoting tourism not only in Baguio but to the rest of Cordillera.

Molintas also encouraged the BCBC to come up with a communication plan where they can work together in further pushing tourism in the region through production of

tourism brochures, picture galleries and websites.*(JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

LANDBANK ASSURES QUALITY SERVICE DELIVERY TO GSIS MEMBERS
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct 13(PIA) - - Land Bank of the Philippines – Baguio Assistant Vice President (AVP) Nomerlito Juatchon assured the delivery of fast and quality service

to those who will opt to transfer their Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) account to Land Bank.

Juatchon made the assurance during the Philippine Information Agency-led meeting of information officers and IO designates of government line agencies and local

government units last Monday.

This after GSIS-Baguio Branch head Veronica Perez informed the participants of the new GSIS policy wherein members can choose to transfer their account to Land

Bank, in lieu of their present Union Bank account.

According to Perez, the optional transfer of account for GSIS members, from Union Bank to Land Bank started last September 15 and will continue up to November 30.

Application for transfer can be submitted to any GSIS branch nearest the employees, or it can also be done electronically.

Seven days after application, the LBP will issue the applicants with a new Land Bank compliant UMID (Universal Membership Identification Card) card.

With Landbank present in all provinces in Cordillera and with more than 20 Automated Teller Machines, wherein each can assure 24/7 services including on weekends

and holidays, Juatchon assured readiness for the partnership.

On the offline issue, Juatchon said it may only occur when there is a communication problem with other banks or other ATM cards. He assured that LBP has point

persons who are on 24/7 standby status and ready to visit the machine anytime to make it available.

”Our performance appraisal target is the uptime rate of the machine and not the number of persons who are visiting the ATMs. The ATMs uptime rate must be more than

90 percent and seldom going on a machine unavailable mode,” Juatchon said.

Juatchon also announced that Landbank has e-access, wherein as account holders they can know their real-time account balance buy just logging on to internet, and to

transfer money from one LBP account to another without any charge and on a real time basis.

Meanwhile, in continuing efforts to further enhance their delivery of service to their clients, Juatchon announced that they will be putting up an ATM machine at the

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) regional office for the easy access of the government’s Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program beneficiaries

and for other neighboring government offices.

He also bared that they will be putting up a parking area for their Harrison Road, Baguio branch and will be the transferring the Naguilian, Baguio branch to a more

strategic location.*( JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

‘TAMBALANG SAGIP BUHAY PART II’ BLOOD DONATION ACTIVITY SET OCT. 16
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 14(PIA)- - A mass bloodletting donation activity dubbed “Tambalang Sagip Buhay, Karamay Habang Buhay Part II,” will be conducted at the city’s

Malcolm Square on Sunday, October 16.

The event aims to save life by donating blood, according to radio personality Edong Carta of Z Radio and E.Carta Media Relation and Promotions.

The activity is in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross (PRC)-Baguio and Benguet Chapter and other agencies.

“Blood is life, that is why I call all able bodied people to come and donate a blood, who knows the life your saving might a friend or a relative of yours,” said Carta, a board

member of the PRC-Baguio Chapter.

The first Tambalang Sagip Buhay three months ago saw 115 successful blood donors contributing 450 cc each, Carta said.

‘We hope we have more blood donors, volunteers and sponsor to our support this worthy cause,’ he said.

Annie Tamayo, PRC Baguio Administrator, said that the screened blood will help a lot of patients especially that there are still dengue cases.

With the expected increase in the number of dengue infections because of the rainy season, the PRC is urging more people to donate blood, Tamayo stressed. Individuals

qualified to donate blood can certainly help the dengue patients, she said.

‘We are not selling blood in PRC, what we charging are the processing and laboratory fee in screening the blood,’ Tamayo explained of the fees being charged.

The Department of Health (DOH) Cordillera also been emphasizing the need for blood by severe dengue patients, even as he reiterated the call to the public to observe

cleanliness in the surroundings.

“Dengue cases are expected to increase because of the rainy season. We can prevent cases if we maintain a clean environment and by destroying all possible Aedes Aegypti

mosquito breeding sites,” Health Director Myrna Cabotaje said.

PRC echoed the DOH’s call for a clean environment to prevent the further rise of dengue cases. *(JDP/JBZ PIA CAR) - by Joseph B Zambrano

7,459 CORDILLERA OSYS AND ADULTS TO TAKE ALS ACCREDITATION AND EQUIVALENCY TEST
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 14 (PIA) - - More than 7,000 out of school youths (OSYs) and adults are set to take the Department of Education’s Alternative Learning System

(DepEd-ALS) Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) Test this Saturday, October 16.

According to ALS Division chief Dr. Gloria Felipe, out of the total 7,459 examinees,606 will take the elementary level and 6,853 will take the secondary level ALS A & E

Test.

As per testing centers in the different provinces here in Cordillera, 854 examinees will take their exams in Abra National High School, Bangued; 667 will be at Conner

Central School, Sipa National High School in Sta. Marcela and Pedro Bunot Central School in Calanasan, Apayao; 648 at the Quezon Elementary School here in Baguio;

2,004 in Benguet National High School in La Trinidad and Loo National High School in Buguias, Benguet; 1,164 in Lagawe Central School in Ifugao; 739 at the Kalinga

National High School in Bulanao, Tabuk City, and 1,383 in Mt. Province General Comprehensive High School in Bontoc.

There are also some inmates that would take the similar exam at the Benguet Provincial Jail in La Trinidad.

Felipe reminded the examinees to be at their respective centers before 7:00AM and bring with them their approved registration form, as well as any valid identification

cards or documents, such as driver’s license, passport, voter’s ID, SSS/GSIS ID, Postal ID, National Bureau of Investigation clearance or barangay certification with

photo.

The ALS A&E Test is in line with the government’s goal of assuring education for all, as all those who will pass the exam will be given a DepEd certification, which is

equivalent to a graduation diploma.

“Elementary level A&E passers can now enroll in secondary education, while high school level passers could now pursue a tertiary or college education or apply for a job

that requires only as high school diploma,” Felipe said.

Felipe also affirmed that in last year’s A & E Test, Cordillera ranks fifth among the 17 regions in the country in terms of passing rate with more than 1,000

passers.*(JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar
 

OWWA HONORS CORDILLERA MODEL OFW FAMILIES
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 14 (PIA) - - The Overseas Worker Welfare Administration (OWWA) gave recognition to the region’s model Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)

families from Sagada Mountain Province and La Trinidad, Benguet in an awarding ceremony held at the SM City Baguio, Thursday.

OFW Mary Tumapang and her family from Dagdag, Sagada, Mt. Province is the regional winner of the 2011 Model OFW Family of the Year Awards (MOFYA) in the

land-based category.

Mary Tumapang, wife to Benito and a mother of six children, has been a school teacher for 22 years before she worked in Israel as a caregiver from 1998 to 2004.

MOFYA sea-based category winner is Bobby Sauri and his family from Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet. . Suari is an active OFW currently employed as a diving

supervisor.

Bobby and his wife, Ma. Rowie, are blessed with four children including a special child. The couple also supported the college education of their two nieces.

OWWA-CAR Regional Director Manuela Peña, Department of Labor and Employment Assistant Regional Director Ted Delson, Benguet Governor Nestor Fongwan and

Sagada Mt. Province mayor Eduardo Latawan Jr., headed the awarding of prizes to the winners which include P20,000 G-Cash from Globe, P10,000 worth of gift

certificates from SM City Baguio and a P5,000 Savings Account from Banco De Oro.

For winning the regional MOFYA search, both the Tumapang and Sauri families will be the region’s representative to the national MOFYA search , which awarding is set

this December in Manila.

Peña explained that the MOFYA, which is an annual search that started by OWWA in 2005, aims to give proper recognition to the OFWs and their families, and serve as

the role models for the whole population.

According to Peña, MOFYA seeks to promote the success stories of model OFW families, which exemplify the best practices of OFW families towards optimizing the gains

of overseas migration, their endurance over the challenges on their family relations and uplift the image of the OFW families in the community.

Meantime, Governor Nestor Fongwan lauded the government, through OWWA and DOLE, for having a program such as the MOFYA, as he underlined the importance of

giving recognition to the OFWs, who have their own shares of joy and sacrifices working abroad to earn income for their families and in turn, also contribute to their

community and to the country’s economy. *(JDP/LD -PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

US ENVOY VISITS DSWD’S REGIONAL HAVEN FOR WOMEN
Posted by: RD HELEN R.TIBALDO | October 15, 2011

BAGUIO CITY(PIA) - - US Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. visited the Regional Haven for Women of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-CAR)

here and was welcomed by serenade songs by the young female residents of center, Friday afternoon.

Ambassador Thomas, who was escorted through the facility by DSWD Regional Director Leonardo Reynoso, thanked the girls for welcoming him with a beautiful song.

“Thank you for the beautiful song, you are our inspiration; everything that you do inspires us”, the Ambassador said.

Thomas also lauded the DSWD for their great work in helping such women and girls in making their life much better. He also bought five Christmas lanterns made from

softdrinks straw, a livelihood project of the girls and women residents of center.

Reynoso, in an interview, lauded the Ambassador for visiting their center. “We are very glad that the ambassador visited the DSWD, especially our Regional Haven for

women. We also hope to show him our two other similar centers, to show how the government through the DSWD is providing services to our countrymen who are in need.

Unfortunately, the Ambassador is also set to visit other NGO-led centers here in the city”, Reynoso said.

Aside from the Haven for Women which presently has 35 residents including 16 girls who are below 18 years old, as well as children of abused women, the DSWD

maintains two other regional centers in the region.

These are the Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) in La Trinidad, Benguet which caters to abandoned and neglected children and the Regional Rehabilitation

Center for Youth (RRCY) in Sablan, Benguet which caters to Children who are in Conflict with the Law.

“In our RSCC, currently we have about 30 children and for the RRCY, we are currently catering 12 CICLs”, Reynoso bared.

For maintaining the centers, Reynoso said they are spending about P2.5 to P3 million a year for each center. *(JDP/LD-PIA CAR) - by Lito Dar

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