Baybay City Local Blood Council: Its humble beginning

This picture was taken during the organizational meeting of the Baybay City Local Blood Council on February 17, 2018.

Baybay City Local Blood Council: Its humble beginning

The Baybay City Local Blood Council (BCLBC) was organized on February 17, 2018, with Baybay City Mayor Carmen L. Cari as the Honorary Chairman, in response to the need for blood, most especially by the indigent populace of the city.

The following are the officers and members of the Baybay City Local Blood Council (BCLBC).

Honorary Chairman     Hon. Carmen L. Cari – City Mayor

Chairman                      Dr. Norberto P. Oja – City Health Officer

Vice Chairman              SK Juanito V. Quero – Knights of Columbus

Secretary                      Dr. Cecillie Milan – City Health Office

Assistant Secretary      Marissa M. Cano – City Information Office

Treasurer                      Mr. Rochelle O. Batucan – Crystal Lions Club

Auditor                          Hon. Mandy G. Muñez – President, Liga ng mga

Barangay

 

Members             Hon. Vicente Veloso – City Councilor

Hon. Ernesto M. Butawan – City Councilor

Mr. Deogracias E. Pernitez – City Administrator

Dr. Honorato C. Jervoso Jr. – COH, WLPH

Dr. Carmela R. Tamayo – City Schools Division

Superintendent

Dr. Edgaro E. Tulin – VSU President

Sr. M. Grace Gerong, OSF – Directress, FCIC

Rev. Fr. Stanley Mepico – Parish Priest, Immaculate

Concepcion Parish

P/SUPT RAMIL N. AMODIA – COP, Baybay City Police Station

F/INSP CONCESA B. ASUMBRADO – Chief Fire Marshall, BFP

Mr. Clemel C. Yu – Red Cross Ormoc

Mr. Rolando Gorgornio – EVRMC Blood Center/Blood Bank

Ms. Loreta G. Malabanan – CSWDO

Dr. Josephine O. Zafico – VSU Hospital

Ms. Suzette Arcillas – DOH DMO

Mr. Rosendo Chiong III – CHO VBD Coordinator

Mr. Jose Robles – Baybay City Chamber of Commerce and

Industry

Ms. Porferia B. Polo – BCMDDC Administrator

 

In an interview with Mayor Cari, she said that she had been longing to establish a Blood Bank in the City of Baybay.  She said that, “As of now, whenever we conduct a bloodletting activity, the Red Cross brings all the blood to be kept in their Blood Bank in Ormoc City.  Then, whenever we need blood for our patients, we still must travel to Ormoc City and sometimes our request is denied because they do not have the blood type that we need. But if our plan to establish a Blood Bank is realized, we will be able to serve not only the Baybayanons but also the patients from the 5th District of Leyte.”

However, since the budget requirement for establishing and running a Blood Bank is quite high, the members of the BCLBC agreed to establish a Blood Collecting Unit (BCU) instead of a Blood Bank. As a matter of fact, Dr. Norberto Oja, the BCLBC Chairman, with some members of the council went to the Catarman Provincial Hospital in Catarman, Northern Samar on March 12, 2018 to learn from their good practices.

Ms. Jeane T. Pelayo, the Coordinator of the National Voluntary Blood Services Program of the Catarman Provincial Hospital, discussed about their accomplishments and how they were able to put up their Blood Bank.

It could be recalled that Republic Act No. 7719, also known as the National Blood Services Act of 1994, promotes voluntary blood donation to provide sufficient supply of safe blood and to regulate blood banks. This act aims to inculcate public awareness that blood donation is a humanitarian act.

Thus, one of the major activities of the Baybay City Local Blood Council is the conduct of the Quarterly Bloodletting Activity as follows:

ACTIVITY DATE VENUE POTENTIAL DONORS
1st Quarter Bloodletting Activity February 21, 2018 Baybay City Gym Baybay City LGU Employees

Knights of Columbus (full force)

Fitness Groups (BYCA, BCR and Scrambled Legs)

Poblacion Barangays

Walk-in Clients

2nd Quarter Bloodletting Activity May 2018 Baybay City Gym Academe (FCIC, Acedilla, and Palermo)

Baybay City Division

South District Barangays

Walk-in Clients

3rd Quarter Bloodletting Activity August VSU Convention Hall VSU faculty, staff and students

Business Group

North District Barangays

Walk-in Clients

4th Quarter Bloodletting Activity November

(1st week)

Baybay City Gym Uniformed Personnel (PNP, PA, BFP, PCG, etc.)

Walk-in Clients

 

In relation to this, the Baybay City Local Blood Council calls on the Baybayanons and other interested persons to awaken the spirit of volunteerism and to donate blood to save life.  (Marissa Miguel Cano, City Information Officer III)

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TALAGSAONG KAHIGAYONAN SA MGA NAGPANGIDARON OG KINSE ANYOS PATAAS

BISAYANG BALITA ‘NI, BAI

TALAGSAONG KAHIGAYONAN SA MGA NAGPANGIDARON OG KINSE ANYOS PATAAS

 

Nagpadayon ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) sa pag-awhag sa mga nagpangidaron og kinse anyos pataas, nga mga molupyo sa Quinto Distrito sa Leyte, sa pag-apil sa National Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Registration and Jobs Bridging.

Didto kini ipahigayon sa Baybay City Gym karong Marso dos ‘ning tuiga, sugod sa alas otso sa buntag.

Atol sa maong kalihokan, makapalista ang mga katawhan nga interesadong mokuha og mga kurso nga gitanyag sa TESDA aron sila mahimong scholars.

Atol sa interview kang TESDA Leyte Provincial Director Loreta Banario, iyang gibutyag nga ang Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) pa lang ang ilang scholarship program nga aduna nay pondo sa pagka karon.

Ubos sa TWSP, libre ang training fee ug ang competency assessment fee apan walay madawat nga allowance ug tool kit ang mga TWSP scholars.

Matud pa ni TESDA Leyte Provincial Director Banario nga maghatag sila og 25 scholarship slots sa matag qualified training program sa matag tunghaan dinhi sa Quinto Distrito sa Leyte nga nagtanyag og mga TESDA courses.

Hinuon, matud pa ni Director Banario nga mahimo silang magparehistro og advance alang sa Special Training for Employment Program (STEP) nga ipahigayon usab unya sa TESDA pinaagi ni Congressman Jose Carlos Cari sa Quinto Distrito sa Leyte.

Ubos sa STEP, makadawat og allowance ug tool kit ang mga STEP scholars, libre na usab ang training fee, competency assessment fee ug ang entrepreneurship fee.

Apan gitataw ni Director Banario nga kinahanglan nga one at a time ra ang pagkuha og mga TESDA courses.

Kini nagpasabot nga kinahanglan nga tapuson usa sa usa ka trainee ang una nga kurso sa TESDA nga iyang gikuha sa dili pa siya makapa-enroll sa laing kurso sa TESDA nga makapalig-on sa iya nang nakat-onan sa una nga kurso nga iyang gi-apilan.

Samtang, kaabag unya sa TESDA ang Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), ang Public Employment Service Office (PESO) ug ang CSWDO sa pagpahigayon sa Jobs Bridging sa mao gihapong adlaw.

Matud pa ni Dir. Banario nga tumong niining maong kalihokan nga katabangan sa pagpangita og trabaho ang mga katawhan nga walay trabaho, ilabi na ang mga graduates sa mga kurso nga gitanyag sa TESDA.

Alang sa dugang kasayuran, bisita lang sa City Social Welfare and Development Office ‘ning dakbayan sa Baybay ug pangitaa lang si Social Worker Officer III Manuel Icon Donayre.

Matawagan usab ang CSWDO ‘ning dakbayan sa telepono numbero (053) 563-9006. (Marissa Miguel Cano with reports from Jason Ybañez)

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Libre nga serbisyo sa CCRO

BISAYANG BALITA ‘NI, BAI

Libre nga serbisyo sa CCRO

karong Febrero 27, 2018

 

“Ang atong buhatan sa City Civil Registrar maghatag og libre nga serbisyo sa pag-issue og mga certification sa birth, marriage and death karong Febrero 27, 2018 diin mao kini ang Culmination Day sa Civil Registration Month Celebration.”

Mao kini ang gibutyag ni City Civil Registrar Mr. Noel Managbanag dili pa lamang dugay.

Didto kini ipahigayon sa City Civil Registrar’s Office ‘ning dakbayan nga anaa mahimutang sa Ground Flood sa Baybay City Hall.

Nunot niini, gi-awhag ni Managbanag ang mga Baybayanon nga wala pa makaparehistro sa ilang anak o kadtong mga dugay nang namatyan apan wala pa gihapon nakakuha og death certificate sa pag-adto sa ilang buhatan karong Martes puhon, Febrero 27, aron makapahimulos niining maong libre nga mga serbisyo sa CCRO.

Samtang, atol sa pagpakighinabi kang City Civil Registrar Managbanag iyang gibutyag nga naghatag sila og libre nga Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) copy sa birth certificates sa mga indigent nga mga kabataan sa mga kabarangayn ‘ning dakbayan.

Matud pa ni Managbanag nga gumikan kini kay maoy gusto ni Baybay City Mayor Carmen L. Cari nga aduna nay PSA-copy sa ilang birth certificates ang tanan nga mga kabataan dinhi sa dakbayan sa Baybay nga motungha sa Grade I.

Nagkanayon si Managbanag nga ang mga Child Development Workers sa mga kabarangayan ang miila kon kinsa sa ilang mga kabataan ang indigent o walay ikagasto ang ginikanan sa pagkuha og PSA-copy sa ilang birth certificates didto sa dakbayan sa Tacloban.

Nasayran nga isumite sa mga Child Development Workers ang maong listahan ngadto sa City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) kinsa mao ang moluwat og Certificate of Indigency alang sa nahisgotang mga kabataan sa dili pa kini nila isumite ngadto sa CCRO.

Sumala pa sa taho nga ang CCRO ang mosumite sa maong listahan didto sa buhatan sa PSA sa dakbayan sa Tacloban uban sa bayad gikan sa Gender and Development Local Civil Registrar (GAD-LCR) Fund sa Lokal nga Kagamhanan sa dakbayan sa Baybay.

Angayang masayran nga sa miaging tuig 1,747 ka mga kabataan ang nakuhaan og PSA-copy sa ilan birth certificate pinaagi sa CCRO ‘ning dakbayan.

Matud pa usab ni Managbanag nga karong tuiga, migahin og pondo ang Lokal nga Kagamhanan sa dakbayan sa Baybay, pinaagi sa GAD-LCR Fund niini alang sa PSA-copy sa birth certificate sa 1,800 ka mga indigent pupils nga motungha og Grade I.

Angayang masayran nga segun pa sa Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), nga sa tibuok nasud, bugtong ang Lokal nga Kagamhanan sa dakbayan sa Baybay lang ang naghatag og libre nga PSA-issued birth certificates sa mga indigent pupils nga mosulod og Grade I.

Alang sa dugang kasayuran bisita lang sa City Civil Registrar’s Office nga anaa mahimutang sa Ground Floor sa Baybay City Hall ug pangitaa lang si City Civil Registrar Mr. Noel Managbanag. (Marissa Miguel Cano with reports from Jason Ybañez)

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A NIGHT OF LOVE AT LINTAON PEAK

A NIGHT OF LOVE AT LINTAON PEAK

The City Mayor of Baybay, Hon. Carmen L. Cari conceptualized an event that will gather all the aspiring ballroom dancers with their friends and family on the night of love at the Pavilion Hall, Lintaon Peak, as a post-valentine celebration which falls in the Chinese New Year.

This event was organized by the Baybay City Tourism and Investment Promotion Office (BTIPO) , spearheaded by Ms. Josh Granada-Gutierrez.

A total of 275 guests and balik-baybay visitors coming from Maasin City Southern Leyte, Ormoc City, and from the different parts of the region graced this newly launched event. It was spiced up by one the best band in the region, the M1s Pure Soul of Southern Leyte in rendering beautiful love songs and much more, in giving the twists to fire up the event. Also, the organizers tapped the Sutuwaki Catering Service from Ormoc City to give a good food to the guests.

A Night of Love in Lintaon Peak is the second event that happened in the Pavilion Hall, Lintaon Peak. As of the moment, this hall is still not accepting reservations for events until such time that there will be an official release of the ordinance from the City Government of Baybay. Moreover, they have been continuously doing improvements such as the installation of the street lights and the construction of the comfort room in the site, to ensure that guests and visitors going to Lintaon Peak are safe and secured. Most importantly, that they will surely have a worthwhile and fun filled experience. | Mark Unlu-cay

Baybay City Fire Station speaks of illegal refilling of LPG into butane canisters

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Baybay City Fire Station speaks of illegal refilling of LPG into butane canisters

Possible explosions are highly likely to occur, which could lead to possible loss of lives and damage to properties, following fire accidents due to the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) refilled in butane canisters.

In an interview with Fire Safety Inspector SFO2 Paul Morata, of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) in Baybay City, he emphasized safety concerns over cheap costs of refilling butane canisters with LPG. SFO2 Morata said this amidst the alleged proliferation of illegal refilling of LPG in butane canisters in Cebu that has been transported to Baybay City for trading.

“Refilling butane canisters only costs Php8.50 to Php12.00 compared to buying the LPG priced at over Php200 for 2.5 kilograms and Php600 for 11 kilograms but the cheap price comes at a cost,” added Morata.

On the other hand, SFO3 Helcon Dela Torre, the Chief of the Administrative Section of the Baybay City Fire Station revealed that LPG-refilled butane canisters had proliferated in Mindanao and Cebu and is now starting to grow in Negros Oriental and Leyte.

“The Department of Energy in the Visayas (DOE-Visayas) has noted three (3) related explosions in Cebu, due to the use of LPG-refilled butane canisters, although no fatality has been recorded,” dela Torre said.

“We are strengthening the monitoring of the backyard refilling of LPG in butane canisters, but we can only do much due to our very limited manpower,” added Morata.

P/SUPT. RAMIL AMODIA, Chief of Police of the Baybay City Police Station, however, said that pursuing the people behind the backyard refilling of LPG into butane canisters can be difficult because this is usually done inside their residences, which make it riskier on the part of their family members.

Thus, to be effective in the campaign against the backyard refilling of LPG into butane canisters SFO3 dela Torre said that the community plays a very important role, especially that they too are placed in a risky condition.

 “Section 3 of Presidential Decree 1865 states that it is illegal to trade, sell, distribute or haul LPG-refilled butane canisters without permit from the Department of Enery and those found guilty will face two (2) to five (5) years of imprisonment or a fine of Php20,000 to Php50,000 or both, in the discretion of the court. But in case of second and subsequent conviction under this act, the penalty shall be both fine and imprisonment,” added dela Torre.

Dela Torre explained that the Local Government Units’ support is very critical to put a stop to the illegal refilling of LPG in butane canisters and in selling the same.

It could be recalled that SFO3 dela Torre expressed his concern about this problem during the first City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) Meeting and said that an ordinance, once in place, will facilitate the implementation of this act.

Dela Torre ended the interview by saying that, “What is cheap can be very lethal and costly in the end.”  (Jason Ybanez, CIO Staff and Marissa M. Cano, CIO III)

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Baybay City Police Station Reveals Requirements for Securing a Police Clearance

(Photo Credits: Baybay City Police Station)

BCPS Reveals Requirements for Securing a Police Clearance

Police clearance is a government document that is released to an individual upon request. This certificate ensures that you cleared of any unlawful activities and has not been involved in any criminal act. According to PSUPT RAMIL N. AMODIA Chief of Police of the Baybay City Police Station (BCPS), the police accepted as a valid ID and can also be used for legitimate identification purposes.

As a part of safety precautions, some company employers require a Police Clearance in hiring qualified employees. Securing passports and other government IDs may also require a police clearance.

However, like other public documents such as the Barangay Clearance, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance and the Voters’ Certification from the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), a Police Clearance is valid only for one (1) year. This means that in case you will need a police clearance again, you must secure another after its expiration date.

In an interview with PSUPT AMODIA, he revealed the requirements for securing a police clearance. These include the Community Tax Certificate, commonly known as “cedula” which is issued by the City Treasurer’s Office; the Barangay Clearance which can be secured from the barangay where the applicant is residing; two (2) pieces 2×2 ID picture; Official Receipt for the Police Clearance Fee, in the amount of one hundred pesos (Php100.00), from the City Treasurer’s Office; one (1) Documentary Stamp which can be secured at the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) in the amount of thirty pesos (Php30.00), and the Filled-out police clearance application form which will be given by the Desk Officer at the police station, upon request.

Particularly in the City of Baybay, the Police Clearance can be acquired at the new Baybay City Police Station located at the Diversion Road in Barangay Gaas, Baybay City, Leyte.

Considering its distance from the poblacion, and the difficulty to get a public transport from the new Baybay City Police Station back to the poblacion proper, it would be wise to bring all the necessary requirements before going to the police station. (Jason Ybanez, CIO Staff and Marissa M. Cano, CIO III)

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GAD Conducts Capability Building Training for CSOs in the City

Two representatives from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Regional Office 8, WLFO, LEO III Ms. Darwinda C. Labastida (second to the left in front) and Senior LEO Engr. Primo Guarin (Third from left, in front) discussed on how to make a Project Proposal. (Photo Credit: Jayvee Campomayor, City Information Office Staff)

GAD Conducts Capability Building Training for CSOs in the City

Organizations are often required by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to submit proposals to enable them to avail of their DILEEP.  These proposals undergo competitive screening thus, proposals must be well-written, with program designs and project details carefully planned and thought of.

Thus, the Gender and Development (GAD) Office of the City of Baybay spearheaded a 2-Days Orientation and Project Proposal Write shop with the DOLE Region 8 personnel.

This was held at the Women’s Training and Development Center at Barangay Cogon, Baybay City, Leyte and was attended by DOLE-registered farmers and women’s associations in the city.

These include Gabas Farmers Association, Bunga Compact Farmers Association, Bunga Women’s Association, Kansungka Agricultural Farmers Association, Matam-is Farmer Association, Gacat Women’s Association, Gubang Farmers Association, Kan-ipa Irrigators Service Association Incorporated and Barangay Hipusngo Farmers and Fisherfolks Association.

According to GAD Focal Person, Ms. Mora Abarquez, they convened the said organizations to help and guide them in developing project proposals for the livelihood projects of their choice.

Ms. Abarquez added that, “We must capacitate the organizations that we are assisting to enable them to stand on their own.” (Marissa Miguel Cano with reports from Jayvee Campomayor, City Information Office Staff)

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20 Percent% Discount on RPT for Prompt Tax Payers

Baybayanons sat in front of the City Treasurer’s Office (CTO) while waiting for their turn to be entertained by the concerned staff (Photo Credits: Jason Ybañez, City Information Office Staff)

 

20 Percent% Discount on RPT for Prompt Tax Payers

The City of Baybay is now offering 20% discount on Real Property Taxes (RPT) but only for prompt and non-delinquent tax payers.

According to City Treasurer, Mrs. Evelyn Pernites-Relente the city offers early payment discount to encourage more people to pay their RPT on time and for them to avoid the corresponding penalty for paying beyond March 31, 2018.

Mrs. Relente explained that the penalty for delinquent tax payers is 2% per month.  Thus, if a taxpayer will pay his/her RPT on April 1, 2018, the penalty of 8% will automatically be added to the taxpayer’s bill.

However, the maximum allowable penalty for delinquent RPT taxpayers is only 72% because according to Mrs. Relente the law mandates that the penalty for RPT shall not exceed 36 months.

It could be recalled that the first-ever Local Revenue Code of the City of Baybay was approved in 1991. Since then, the Baybayanons enjoyed a very low RPT.  “In the old Local Revenue Code, the assessed value of the land, building, equipment or machineries is multiplied by 1% plus another 1% for the Special Educational Fund (SEF) for the Local School Board,” explained Mrs. Relente.

She added, however, that due to the constant prodding of the Department of Finance (DOF), the Sangguniang Panlungsod enacted the Baybay City Revenue Code of 2017.  And after several finance committee meetings and public hearing, the same was approved on May 9, 2017 and was implemented starting August 1, 2017.

Under the new tax code, the assessed value will be multiplied by 1.5% of the basic plus another 1% for the SEF.

In relation to this, Mrs. Relente calls upon the RPT taxpayers to take advantage of the 20% discount that the Local Government Unit of the City of Baybay is offering until March 31 of this year.

To facilitate the paying of either the real property tax, community tax certificate and the like, the City Treasurer’s Office placed this registration area to ensure that the first come, first served basis is properly implemented. (Photo Credits: Jason Ybañez, City Information Staff)

It could be recalled that as early as January 2, 2018 the City Treasurer’s Office set-up waiting areas for the Baybayanons who will pay their Real Property Tax (RPT), community tax certificate (CTC), and fees and charges this year.

They also set-up a priority number registration area to ensure that the first come, first served policy is implemented without fear or favor. (Marissa Miguel Cano, City Information Office III, with reports from JasonYbañez, CIO Staff)

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A MUST READ FOR SENIOR CITIZENS OR FOR FAMILIES WITH SENIOR CITIZENS

Qualified senior citizens must see to it that they apply again for the Social Program for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC) to be included in the list that will be submitted by the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) to the Department of Social welfare and Development (DSWD) Regional Office 8 in Tacloban City.

JANUARY 19: A DATE TO BEAT

Senior citizens must apply again for the Social Program for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC) in their respective barangays.

This was revealed by City Social Welfare and Development Officer of the City of Baybay, Ms. Loreta Malabanan in an interview with the “Nasayod ka ba, Bai?” News Team.

Ms. Malabanan explained that the re-application of the senior citizens to the SPISC was mandated by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

This is to clean the list of the SPISC beneficiaries off disqualified senior citizens.

According to the former DSWD Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Soliman, “Qualified to receive the P500 monthly stipend are senior citizens who are frail, sickly, or have disabilities; are not receiving pension from Social Security System (SSS), Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), or Veterans Pension; and do not have a permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.”

In this connection, Ms. Malabanan is reminding the Barangay Captains and the Kagawad In-charge of the Committee on Social Services that they must submit the application forms signed by their respective senior citizens to the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) on or before January 19, 2018.

Ms. Malabanan added that they must interview the senior citizens in their respective barangays the soonest possible time.  She also reminded the senior citizens to see to it that they sign the documents used by the Kagawad In-charge during the interview.

Malabanan reiterated that failure to submit the documents signed by the senior citizens, who had re-applied for the SPISC to their office, on January 19, 2018, means that their names won’t be included in the list that they will submit to the DSWD Region 8 for funding. (Marissa Miguel Cano, City Information Officer III, with reports from Jason Ybañez of the City Information Office)

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IN Cebuano

Kinahanglan nga mag-apply pag-usab ang mga senior citizens ‘ning dakbayan sa Baybay alang sa Social Program for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC) sa kagamhanan didto sa sa ilang tagsa-tagsa ka mga Barangay Hall.

Kini aron matangtang na sa listahan sa mga Senior SPISC beneficiaries ang mga senior citizens nga dili kuwalipikado niining maong programa sa gobyerno.

Mao kini ang gibutyag ni City Social Welfare and Development Officer Mrs. Loreta Malabanan sa City Social Welfare (CSWDO) ‘ning dakbayan.

Matud pa ni Malabanan nga gikan sa Department of Social Welfare and Development Office (DSWD) ang mando nga pa-aplayon pag-usab ang mga senior citizens aron pagseguro nga kadto lamang mga senior citizens nga walay gidawat nga laing pension ang makadawat sa social pension gikan sa kagamhanan.

Nunot niini, gi-awhag ni Malabanan ang mga Kagawad In-Charge sa Committee on Social Services sa matag barangay sa pagkuha na sa CSWDO sa porma nga ilang gamiton sa pag-interview sa mga senior citizens sa ilang barangay.

Gibutyag usab ni Malabanan nga kinahanglan nga ilang ma-interview ang mga senior citizens sa ilang barangay sa labing dali nga panahon.

Kini tungod kay ang dili makasumiti sa mga porma nga gi-fill-apan sa mga senior citizens sa Enero 19 ‘ning tuiga, dili na mahilakip sa ilang isumite nga listahan didto sa DSWD Region 8 aron mapangayo-an og pondo.

Gipahinumdoman usab ni Malabanan ang mga senior citizens nga duha (2) ka mga porma ang ilang fill-upan human sila ma-interview sa ilang tagsa-tagsa ka mga Kagawad In-Charge sa Committee on Social Services.

Alang sa dugang kasayuran bisita lang sa City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) nga anaa mahimutang likod sa General Services Office (GSO) ug pangitaa lang si CSWD Officer Ms. Loreta Malabanan.

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