City Introduced Brgy. Human Rights Action Team

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City Introduced Brgy. Human Rights Action Team
HIV-AIDS Symposium Conducted
City Health Officer Dr. Arniel Laurence Portuguez during the HIV-AIDS Symposium.
A discussion on Human Immuno Virus-Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
(HIV-AIDS) was attended by different groups of students from various secondary
schools of San Carlos City held Dec. 2, 2015 at the city auditorium.
Said gathering was conducted by the Gender and Development (GAD) Council
to mark the International Aids Day with the theme “Getting to Zero; End AIDS by
2030.”
Sangguniang Panlungsod Member Victoriana Cabili said that the local government
aimed at imparting knowledge about AIDS particularly among students or teenagers
since they are the future leaders, so they can also share what they learn to their family
and peers about the importance of AIDS prevention.
City Health Nurse Ian Caballero, In-Charge &
Coordinator of Sexually Transmitted Infections served
as the resource speaker who talked about the history
of AIDS, means of getting infected, and steps taken by
the government to prevent its spread particularly the
methods introduced by the late Health Secretary Juan
Flavier which include A-Abstinence from Sex; B-Being
faithful to your partner; and, C-Correct and consistent
use of condoms.
City Health Officer Dr. Arniel Laurence Portuguez
was also present and helped in answering questions
raised by students.
GAD Focal Person Cynthia Mirande, City Social
Welfare and Development (CSWD) Officer helped
facilitate said symposium and introduced the
composition of GAD which include San Carlos City
Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor, Jr. as chairman and whose
members were representatives from Sangguniang
Panlungsod, City Health Office, CSWD, Office for
Human Resource Management, City Planning and
Development Coordinator’s Office, Philippine National
Police, Department of Education and Liga ng mga
Barangay.
City Launches Zero Open Defecation Project
The launching of San Carlos City’s Zero
Open Defecation project benefitted at least
19 households of So. Lawis, Brgy. Buluangan,
a Millennium Development Goal-Family
based Actions for Children and their Environs
in the Slums (MDG-FACES) project area last
Jan. 19, 2016.
With the slogan: “Malinis na kapaligiran
tungo sa magandang kinabukasan,” the
project aims to alleviate unhygienic practices
of people especially children who just
expel their wastes anywhere, in the bushes,
waterways, seaside, or any other open spaces.
City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor Jr. said,
thru said project each chosen household is
provided with one hygienic toilet to sustain a
clean, safe and healthy environment.
On the other hand, Sanitary Inspector Rey
Marabillo of the City Health Office pointed
out the importance of having a sanitary toilet
not only on the health of the community but
also on the expense it brought to the local
government in tidying up the environment
every year.
He said human wastes should be separated
and away from human contact based on the
studies that showed the harm a one gram of
human waste can cause with the millions of
bacteria, viruses and thousands of parasites it
contain.
City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor Jr. inspects
the sanitary toilet at Brgy. Buluangan with
City Health, City Hospital and CDRRMO
staff and barangay officials.
City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor Jr. and PB
Helen Geopano shoves the mixed cement to
inaugurate said event.
Marabillo added that it is a right of a child and family to have a sanitary toilet to avoid the
risks and danger that lurk behind not having one at home.
Engr. Jasper Lampute of the Engineering Department also said that toilet bowl and drum for
septic tank which cost the city government around P3,000 per household were given to each
household for free while beneficiaries were tasked to help in the construction of their toilets.
Local officials and members of MDG-FACES Core team present during said launch were
SP member Vicky Cabili, MDG-FACES Core team leader, SP member Jojo Baguiro, Punong
Barangay Helen Geopano and Barangay Buluangan Kagawads, Administrative Officer Alexis
Tugbo of City Health Office, Chief Nurse Cecille Flores of City Hospital, DRRM Officer Joe
Recalex Alingasa Jr., 4Ps Coordinator Fria Quilianora, CPCDO staff Jonena Raganas, MDGFACES beneficiaries and others.
Silent Walk Kicks Off Fire Prevention Month
A silent “Unity Walk” as early as 5 o’clock in the morning of March
1, 2016 started the observance of Fire Prevention Month for the whole
month of March which carried the theme “Kaalaman at Pagtutulungan
ng Sambayanan, Kaligtasan sa Sunog ay Makamtan.”
Said activity was facilitated by the Bureau of Fire Protection of the
City of San Carlos headed by its Officer-In-Charge, Senior Fire Officer
I Marilou Dela Cruz and staff.
Dela Cruz said they opted to silently fulfill this year’s fire prevention
activities for a change since it has been observed that in the past where
annual activity was done in pompous ceremony, incidents of fire also act
up particularly within the month of March.
Fire prevention activities lined up for said month-long program
include ocular inspection of business establishments, conduct of various
fire safety orientation in different barangays, preparation of fire-trucks,
conduct basic firefighting training on various industrial companies and
schools and fire drills in coordination with the City Risk Reduction
Management Office.
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BFP OIC-SF01 Marilou dela Cruz with her staff during the Silent Walk.
Tribute
San Carlos City Braces for El Niño
The San Carlos City Agriculturist Office
(CAO) distributed 872 sacks of inorganic
fertilizers to 442 farmer beneficiaries in five
rural barangays in the city last January 27,
2016.
Said giving of fertilizers aimed at producing
ample supply of rice for one cycle of hybrid
and inbred rice crop in preparation for the
effects of El Niño which started in 2015 and
expected to last until May to June of 2016.
Ma. Nita Latoza, CAO Agricultural
Center Chief II said that thru said fertilizers
local farmers are expected to yield a harvest
of five to six tons of hybrid rice per hectare
and 4.5 tons of inbred rice per hectare.
Farmer beneficiaries include those from
Brgys. Bagonbon, Codcod, Nataban,
Prosperidad and Quezon particularly
members of the Codcod Agrarian Reform
Community Coop (CARCC).
Said program was also part of the Plant
Now Pay Later scheme of the Department of
Agriculture (DA) which is a loan assistance
to farmers payable upon harvest time which
cost farmer P7,600 per hectare for hybrid
and P4,500 per hectare for inbred
inputs.
Terms of payment for said
program requires that 20 percent
of the payment will be returned to
DA while the 80 percent will go
to legitimate farmers’ association
to help raise their capital build up.
Other measures taken to
minimize the effects of El Niño
include rehabilitation of water
dams and water impounding
facilities particularly the water
dam at So. Natuyay and Small
Water Impounding Systems
(SWIS) at So. Initihan, both
in Brgy. Codcod amounting
to P12-15M and P300,000,
respectively whose budgets came
from the National Irrigation
Authority coursed thru the
provincial government of Negros
Occidental.
Said facilities are water sources
of more than 300 hectares of rice
Rice farmers beneficiaries at Brgy. Codcod during the
distribution of inorganic fertilizers.
fields at said area.
Establishment of communal irrigation and SWIS was
also done at So. Waray, Brgy. Quezon and So. Nangka,
Brgy. Bagonbon under the Bottom-Up-Budgeting project
in 2016 which could irrigate hundreds of rice paddies.
City Introduced Brgy. Human Rights Action Team
Barangay officials during the workshop-seminar on Brgy. Human Rights Action Team.
The city government of San Carlos thru
the Department of Interior and Local
Government (DILG) conducted a two-day
orientation seminar on Barangay Human
Rights Action Team (BHRACT) last Jan.
27-28, 2016.
Said activity aimed at teaching barangay
officials of the 18 barangays of the city about
human rights since the barangay, being the
smallest form of government already handles
various cases and to create the Barangay
Human Rights Action Team from among
said barangay officials.
Hailed Chairman for said BHRAcTs
Action Officers Association was Brgy. 2
Kagawad Lennon Carmona while other
members include PNP Human Rights Affairs
Officer and Civic Society Organization
representative.
The Commission on Human Rights-
Reg. VI (CHR) Reg. Director Atty. David
Bermudo headed the team of resource
speakers including CHR Information Officer
and Bacolod Red Cross Director Christopher
Montaño; Bacolod CHR Officer-in-Charge
Romeo Baldevarona; CHR-VI Information
Officer Sonny Estelloso and CHR Staff
Verlito Gregorios.
Various laws were taken up including Child
Protection Laws, Child and Youth Welfare
Code; Rights of Women; the Indigenous
People’ Social Conditions and Human Rights;
and, Revised Penal Code among others.
Earlier, City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor, Jr.
issued Executive Order (EO) No. 212 which
is the Establishment of the San Carlos City
Human Rights Action Center (SCC-HRAC)
and Creating the SCC Human Rights Action
Team (SCC-HRAct) to act on human rights
matters including human rights promotion and
complaints of human rights violations and will
serve as mechanism that ensures the performance
of the city’s mandated duties to respect, protect
and fulfill human rights within its jurisdiction.
2015 Retirees Honored
At least 10 retirees from government service
were given tribute by the city government
of San Carlos during its Christmas party last
December 18, 2015.
Among those who were honored for their
loyalty and years of valuable service to the
city government include Fe Enilog of the
City Library; Brenda Quisido of the City
Administrator’s Office; Cecilia Masongsong
and Jimmy Villacencio, City Hospital; Patricio
Saldua and Alfredo Malabo, City Engineering
Department;
Luciano
Caballero,
City
Waterworks Department; Juanito Villarosa,
City Environment Management Office;
Jocelyn Portuguez, Sangguniang Panlungsod
Office; and, Rufino Eraula, City Planning and
Development Coordinator’s Office.
Each received a token of one 14-karat gold
necklace and a plaque of appreciation handed
over by City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor, Jr.
and Vice-Mayor Edgardo Quisumbing assisted
by Atty. Ma. Chat Delima, Officer-In-Charge of
the Office for Human Resource Management.
Tribute
J. Portuguez
J. Villarosa
J. Villacencio
R. Eraula
F. Enilog
A. Malabo
P. Saldua
F. Caballero
C. Masongsong
B. Quisido
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Local 4Ps, Recipient of Livelihood Projects
Participants during the Household Services NCII Training at Consuelo
Alger Community Center last March 7, 2016.
A total of 150 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
beneficiaries in San Carlos City underwent different livelihood
trainings by the Department of Social Welfare and Development
(DSWD) thru its Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) which
started March 7, 2015.
More than P2.1M budget was allocated for said trainings including
Household Services NC II, Dressmaking and Abaca Processing.
The Abaca Processing training in Brgy. Nataban and Brgy Prosperidad
which gathered 95 beneficiaries started on February and ended on March
11, 2016, giving out certificates and starter kits to participants to foster
their skills in abaca industry.
Dressmaking on the other hand successfully brought new hopes to 24
4Ps mothers that said skill will help bring extra income to their respective
families as tools used at said training including sewing kits, threads, fabric
and sewing machine were given to them for free so they can immediately
start their new enterprise while a daily stipend of P100 was also provided
for each participant for the whole duration of said one-month training.
Another set of 31 4P’s beneficiaries also underwent a 27-day Household
Services NC II training budgeted at P373,416 which comprised 4
competencies namely cleaning of living room, dining room, bedrooms
toilet and kitchen; washing and ironing clothes, linen and fabric; preparing
hot and cold meals/food and providing food and beverages services.
Marlene Bacabac of Our Lady of Mercy College-Bacolod, Inc., who
served as trainer said participants have also undergone Arabic and Chinese
cooking, centerpiece making, table skirting, table napkin folding and food
and vegetable carving.
Bacabac added that after 18 days of training, participants proceeded to
Our Lady of Mercy College-Bacolod, Inc. to further their training which
included personality development and additional class on first aid.
After said training each participant received a certificate of completion
while the national certificate will be given after the assessment provided by
Our Lady of Mercy College-Bacolod, Inc.
San Carlos City Tourism Plan Presented Anew
For the second time the San Carlos City Tourism Plan was
presented to the city officials and other stakeholders at the SP
Session Hall last Feb. 12, 2016.
Said whole tourism development structure was brought to light
by Author and Professor Carlos Libosada, Jr. of the University
of the Philippines, Diliman who served as the plan’s tourism
consultant.
Libosada explained in his 131-page tourism plan the various
elements essential to the development of tourist spots in San Carlos
City which he earlier grouped into five Tourists Development
Areas (TDAs) including TDA 1- City Proper and Vicinity; TDA
2- Sipaway Island; TDA 3- Prosperidad Sights and Adventure;
TDA 4-Lapus Cave of Palampas; and, TDA 5- Quezon and
Codcod Sights and Adventure.
He also mentioned the current tourism situation of the city
and how to go about with the transformation including the
development cost which amounted to P61.45M for the whole
TDA package including institutional development, skills and
community preparation and marketing.
Said presentation gained numerous reactions and
City officials, local functionaries, stakeholders and private sectors during the
Tourism Plan presentation at SP Session Hall, this city.
recommendations on how to make said plan inclusive and adaptable so more
locals may benefit from its growth.
Libosada earlier made a presentation of the draft of said plan before the
city officials and stakeholders last August 3, 2015.
Goat Dispersal Project Continues
The City Agriculturist Office (CAO) of San Carlos City thru
its Livestock Division is now gearing for its Goat Dispersal
Program with the arrival of six hybrid male goats including
three Anglo Nubian breed and three Boer last Feb. 4, 2016.
Agricultural Technologist of the Livestock Division Lucito
Nemenzo said that the goats were bought by CAO from the
farm of Mr. Eduardo Aguilar in Barili, Cebu at P30,000 each.
Said goats will be used by CAO’s Goat Dispersal program
in upgrading the native female goats to hybrid kind to create
good quality by-product.
Said goats will be distributed at different barangays
particularly at So. Handalago, Brgy. Nataban (1 AngloNubian); So. Nabataan, Brgy. Rizal (1 Anglo-Nubian); So.
Medina Livestock Center, Brgy. Rizal (1 Anglo-Nubian); So.
Mangga, Brgy. Palampas (1 Boer); So. Andoon, Brgy. Rizal (1
Boer); and, So. Bairan, Brgy. Buluangan (1 Boer).
The procedure and manner in the proper usage of said
livestock is manifested in the memorandum of agreement
(MOA) which the beneficiary has to sign thru the Cooperatives
and Livelihood Development Office (CLDO).
Also included in the agreement is the monitoring of said
project every two months by the agricultural technicians and
the provision of free vitamin supplementation, deworming
and other technical services to ensure good condition of said
livestock.
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Tribute
San Carlos City Football Team Champion in 20th Alaska Football Cup
The San Carlos City Football team emerged
champion during the 20th Alaska Football
Cup, Under 11 Boys category held Nov. 2830, 2015 in Alabang Country Club, Ayala
Alabang Village, Makati City.
The local football team slammed the
8th time defending champion the Makati
Football School team in a score 3-2 which
also hailed Dylan Kane Dela Fuente, Grade
V pupil of Ramon Magsaysay Elem. Sch. as
Most Valuable Player.
Said winning team made a courtesy call to
the city mayor and presented their trophy last
Dec. 3, 2015 at the city hall with its complete
players Angelico Silva, Adrian Villahermosa,
Keith Hermoso, Kenth Hermoso, Bench
SCC Football Team at City Hall lobby with their coaches.
Damandaman, Adrea Joaquin Algarme, Dylan Kane
Dela Fuente, Rodrigo Mariñas, Germin Zapanta,
Eduardo Artaba, Leoben Gatungay, Adi Juanillo, Cody
Delubio, and ZD Ballesteros.
Coaching staff were also present
including Coach Francis Roy Barcuma
and Asst. Coach Virgilio Subrado
together with the players’ parents.
Participating school teams and
football clubs in the competition
came from the cities and provinces of
Masbate, Negros Occidental, Cebu,
Davao, Palawan, Legaspi, Laguna,
Batangas, Bukidnon, Zambales,
Pampanga, Tarlac, Ilocos, Bicol,
Romblon, Davao Sur, Compostela
Valley, Quezon, Cavite, Albay,
Pangasinan, Iloilo, Bacolod, Mindoro
and Metro Manila.
TECH4ED Managers Undergo Training
Participants listening intently during Trainer’s training on Basic Course on Computer Operations
at Consuelo Alger Community Center.
The Tech4Ed center managers underwent a 4-day Trainer’s Training on Basic Course
Computer Operations at Consuelo Alger Community Center, Brgy. Rizal last Feb. 9-12, 2016.
Project-In-Charge Jesus Sildura of the Cooperatives and Livelihood Development Office
(CLDO) said the training aimed at preparing said managers in marketing the Tech4Ed services
to clients and enhancing their knowledge and skills in computer operations and Microsoft office
software.
Program Specialist II Jovel Leduna of the
Alternative Learning System (ALS) of the
Department of Education (DepEd) said that
the training helped equip managers with
relevant skills in transferring knowledge to
learners.
Said program will also enable individuals
and communities get access to information,
technology, government services, skills
trainings, jobs and business opportunities
among others.
Brgy. Codcod was the first barangay in
operation for said program as the Tech4Ed
opened at said site last Dec. 7, 2015 while
Barangays I, Rizal and Buluangan were also
part of said project’s pilot implementers.
Said training was in partnership with
the Information and Communications
Technology Office of the Department
of Science and Technology, Information
Technology Computer Services Office, DepEd
and ALS.
Medical-Surgical Mission Benefits Locals
City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor Jr. opens the truckload of donations by Bisaya Medical Association and the actual medical mission at New City
Hospital at Bgy. Palampas, this city.
A three-day free Medical-Surgical Mission
conducted at San Carlos City helped more than
2,000 residents last Feb. 1-3, 2016.
More than 60 volunteers including 30 Visayan
medical doctors from the United States of America
who called their team Bisaya Medical Association
of USA headed by Dr. Victorino Chin, President,
examined and performed minor operations on
patients.
Said team also donated a truckload of various
medical and surgical equipment to the city hospital
and city health office turned over to City Mayor
Tribute
Gerardo P. Valmayor, Jr. last January 25, 2016.
Donated medical tools and supplies include
mechanical beds with foam, operating tables,
delivery tables, baby warmers, BP apparatus, digital
weighing scales for children, wheelchairs, crutches,
dental chairs, bedside lamps with medication tray
among others.
Dr. Chin said that their group wanted to
contribute not just free medical services but
medical supplies to San Carlos City after learning
that it has a new city hospital being constructed
and almost finished.
He added that they got said supplies from
Brothers-Brothers Foundation of Pittsburg, USA
which also provides assistance to areas that needed
medical implements.
Chief of the City Hospital Department Dr.
Archilles Ponferrada and City Health Office Chief
Dr. Arniel Laurence Portuguez together with their
staff helped in facilitating the activities for said
medical mission.
The Bisaya Medical Mission Association of USA
started its humanitarian works in the Philippines
since 1985.
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EDDIE FLOR C. SILVA - Editor
RONILLO M. NANALABE, SHERYLL LOU B. PARAGUYA
DANILO H. REQUIERON, RYAN R. SAMSON - News Writers
NOEL S. MONDRAGON - Layout Artist
DOMINGO N. SECHICO - Photographer
ENGR. GREGORIO A. SANTILLAN - City Administrator
Editorial Consultant
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Tribute
Tribute
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15)High Value Commercial (Cassava) Dev't. Program
San Carlos City
SCC Fish Forever Pride Campaign
May 2013
August 2013
December 2014
April 2014
Feb. 2014
Feb. 2014
June 2014
May 2014
May 2014
Aug. 2014
250,000.00
March 2015
March 2013
November 2015
December 2015
December 2015
December 2015
December 2015
December 2015
March 2016
March 2016
March 2016
March 2016
March 2016
March 2016
August 2015
Page 1
September 2015
Date2015
January
July 2015
August 2015
August
2015
Started
(SGD) JOSE VENFORT L. LEGARIA, CPA
Management & Audit Analyst IV
City Accountant - OIC
(SGD) Engr. FRANUEL P. LURANAS
Assistant City Enginee
City Engineer - OIC
We hereby certify that we have reviewed the contents and hereby attest to the veracity and correctness of the data or information contained in this document.
5.) RARE INC.
5,850,000.00
900,000.00
600,000.00
500,000.00
1,000,000.00
450,000.00
750,000.00
200,000.00
2,080,000.00
5,000,000.00
500,000.00
2,000,000.00
3,600,000.00
500,000.00
250,000.00
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
1,000,000.00
540,000.00
900,000.00
900,000.00
Total
Cost
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San
Carlos City
Location
Maintenance of Bagonbon-Pagbatangan Road
2) SPECIAL LOCAL ROAD FUND
29.) Establishment of Mangrove Eco-Park
30) Emergency Employment Program
31 ) Starter Kit Tools for Skilled Workers & OFW Integration Program
32) Repair & Upgrading of 1 unit Day Care Center W/ Amenities & Hauling @ Brgy. Nataban
33) Spring Development - Brgy. Nataban, Palampas & Codcod
34) Purchase of Various Fishing Gears for Barangay I, III, V, VI, Punao, Buluangan, Guadalupe, Sn. Juan & Ermita
35) Installaion of Surface Water Treatment System
36) Construction of School Fence (CY2016)
37) Acquisition of School Furnitures
38) Road Construction Lupao to Lagha
39) 4 Units BHS Upgraded With Maternal Care Package Accreditation
40) Integrated Community Food Production
41) Sustainable Livelihood Program (Provision of SEED Capital)
28) Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center w/ Amenities, Kitchen & Hauling at So. Cabunao, Brgy. Palampas
24.) Local Access Road-Opening of Footroad at So. Paniagan, Brgy. Palampas
25) Repair & Renovation of Brgy. Codcod Health Center
26) Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center w/ Amenities, Kitchen & Hauling at So. Catuang, Brgy. Codcod
27) Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center w/ Amenities,
Kitchen &orHauling
at So. Napaturan, Brgy. Codcod
Program
Project
17.)High Value Crop Development
18.) Concreting of Road Along So. Iliranan-Marabilis, Brgy. Codcod
19.) Concreting of Quezon to Balabag Road, Brgy. Quezon
20.)Construction of Persons With Disability (PWD) Center
Province,
City or
Negros
Occidental,
San (Abaca-based
Carlos City SLP)
21.) Provision
of Municipality:
Seed Production
for Low
Income Families
22.) National Fishery Program
23.)Community Based Organic Input Production Facility
16.)National
FDP
Form 6 -Corn
TrustProgram
Fund Utilization
2,750,000.00
10,982,194.16
7,700,000.00
900,000.00
900,000.00
900,000.00
300,000.00
300,000.00
422,547.00
882,000.00
April 2013
March-16
April 2013
June 2014
Target
Completion
Date
3,506,229.16
654,500.00
2,777,453.00
978,316.00
104,867.00
240,600.00
294,331.00
73,320.00
1,474,659.54
236,237.00
475,000.00
600,910.00
278,635.00
1,487,566.64
9,874,640.64
4,173,102.34
798,061.27
892,912.39
890,796.38
257,336.43
291,782.37
213,993.00
839,028.35
4,644,108.36
11,650.00
7,027,549.99
8,683,852.29
No. of
Total Cost
Extensions,
Incurred to Date
if any
31%
10%
100%
35%
0%
75%
78,070.00
4,650,394.61
167,435.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Not Yet Started
Remarks
Temp. Stoppped
Remarks
(SGD) GERARDO P. VALMAYOR JR.
City Mayor
100%
479,934.50
No. of
60%
Total
Cost
518,385.55
Extensions,
50% Incurred
% of Completion
to Date
408,675.55
if any
Project
27%Status 177,648.42
99%
75%
100%
60%
40%
70%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
92%
100%
70%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
78%
% of Completion
Project Status
(SGD) CYNTHIA A. MIRANDE
CSWD Officer
Target
Completion
Date
San Carlos City
3,618,000.00
Sept. 2014
San Carlos City
1,000,000.00
Dec-14
San Carlos City
2,777,453.00
April 2014
San Carlos City
1,000,000.00
Sept. 2014
San Carlos City
300,000.00
Dec. 2014
San Carlos City
300,000.00
Dec. 2014
San Carlos City
300,000.00
Dec. 2014
San Carlos
City
2,000,000.00
2015
CONSOLIDATED QUARTERLY REPORT
ON GOVERNMENT
PROJECTS,April
PROGRAMS
or ACTIVITIES
San THE
Carlos
CityQUARTER,
4,000,000.00
April 2015
FOR
1ST
CY 2016
San Carlos City
840,000.00
May 2015
San Carlos City
810,000.00
May 2015
San Carlos City
700,000.00
June 2015
San Carlos City
350,000.00
January 2015
1.)Road Opening Of So. Mabulao - Tugas Road, Brgy. Bagonbon
2.)Road Concreting at Crossing So. Iliranan to So. Cabagtasan Road, Brgy. Codcod
3.)Concreting of Codcod-Cabagtasan Road, Brgy. Codcod (1st trance, DA FUND)
4.)Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center at Sitio Agmaula, Brgy. Nataban
5.)Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center at Sitio Bairan,Brgy. Palampas
6.)Const. of 1 unit Day Care Center at Sitio Lupao,Brgy. Quezon
7.)Repair & Upgrading of So. Maragoos Day Care Center, Brgy. Nataban
8.)Upgrading of So. Maglunod Day Care Center, Brgy. Quezon
9.)Purchase of Materials for Mobile Library
10.)Const of Rehab. Center for Malnourished Children at People's Park, Rec. Area
11.)Const. of San Carlos City Learning Center for Children in Conflict with the Law,
Children at Risk & Children of Disadvantaged Families at People's Park Reclamation Area
12.)Purchase of Learning Materials & Playground Devices for Day Care Centers
13.)Provision of SEED Capital Through SEA-L Scheme for Pantawid Pamilya Program
14.)Supplemental Feeding for Malnourished Children, Pregnant & Lactating Mothers of
San Carlos City
3. BOTTOM-UP BUDGETING
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
5,000,000.00
5,850,000.00
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
2. PAMANA Program
Improvement along Pagbatangan-Nangka Crossing Magasin Road Brgy. Bagonbon
Total Cost
7,155,000.00
8,900,000.00
Location
San Carlos City
San Carlos City
Program or Project
Started
Date
CONSOLIDATED QUARTERLY REPORT ON GOVERNMENT PROJECTS, PROGRAMS or ACTIVITIES
FOR THE 1ST QUARTER, CY 2016
Road Concreting Along So. Agbulod, Brgy. Prosperidad (Crossing Highway to Interior)
Road Concreting at So. Mag-amihan Crossing Agpipili Road
Const. & Dev't. of Land Circumferential Road (C-2) for the Partial Rd. Lot Concreting of Rd. Lot#20 & Rd. Lot#1of the
Circumferential Rd. Sta. 0+000 to Sta. 0+347 to Sta. 0+422 Including Const. of a Single Barrel Box Culvert Along
Sts. 0+308 to Sta. 0+319 at Baticulan Creek Between Brgy. Rizal & Brgy. Palampas
1. PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE FUND
Province, City or Municipality: Negros Occidental, San Carlos City
FDP Form 6 - Trust Fund Utilization
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City Hall Employees Bare Talents
Representatives of various local government offices showed off their knack for singing in San Carlos City’s
own version of “Your Face Sounds Familiar” contest held Dec. 18, 2015 during its Christmas party at the
city auditorium.
Said contest joined in by nine employees set the whole celebration in utmost fun as the contestants sang,
danced and looked like their favorite singer.
Joanna Silvano of the City Hospital Department lambasted other contestants with her execution of medley
songs by Jennifer Lopez and won the grand prize of P5,000 followed by Ray John Lim of the City Treasurer’s
Office who received P3,000 as 2nd prize for his performance of another upbeat Jennifer Lopez original.
The Public Market and Slaughterhouse Department represented by Carlito Broce won the 3rd prize of
P2,000 with his stint of the classic Liza Minnnelle song New York, New York.
The rest of the performers also made an epic feat that left the audience in wild amusement after each
number.
Other contestants include Melchor “Elmer” Masayon of City Mayor’s Office as Max Survan; Homer
Vicente Gonzales, Jr. of City Budget Office as Psy; Belinda Alquisalas of City Social Welfare and Development
Office as Whoopi Goldberg; Pedro Tapdasan, Jr. of City Waterworks Department as Gary Valenciano; Lydia
Binondo of City Health Office as Madonna and Danilo Obenza, Jr. of City Engineering Dep’t. as Yael
Yuzon.
Non-winning contestants received a consolation prize of P1,000 each.
YFSF winner Joanna Silvano
City Starts 2016 Rabies Eradication Campaign
San Carlos City thru the City Agriculturist Office has started this year’s Rabies Eradication campaign from Jan. to Feb. 2016 as actual
anti-rabies vaccination also starts.
Dr. Jeff Reonal, City Veterinarian said the project already covered 10 barangays out of the 18 barangays of the city from the period Jan.
to Feb. 2016 where a total of 2,123 dogs were vaccinated for free.
Said rabies eradication campaign thru its Information Dissemination strongly promotes responsible pet ownership which includes cats
and other domesticated animals.
Said campaign also includes training of barangay tanods on catching stray dogs and pre-exposure rabies vaccination as protection in case
of being bitten by dogs.
Dr. Reonal cited that San Carlos City continues to be Zero-Rabies due to its comprehensive anti-rabies campaign with which they have
impounded 1,064 stray dogs in 2015 in conformity with Ordinance No. 15-11 or “An ordinance Governing Animal Sanitation Disease,
Nuisance and Stray Animal Control of the City of San Carlos, approved May 22, 2015.
He said that part of their activities also include vaccination of cows and carabaos against hemorrhagic septicemia disease, deworming and
vaccination of goats, sheep, pigs and other livestock.
A Veterinary Medical Mission was also conducted on April 10, 2016 participated by other veterinarians of nearby localities who performed
castration, consultation, deworming, vitamin supplementation and vaccination of animals for free.
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City Turns Over Projects
Newly-renovated Home Economics bldg. (left) and three (3) classroom bldg. at A. Bonifacio Central
School inaugurated last March 30, 2016.
Blessing of newly-built covered court at Brgy.
Nataban last March 22, 2016.
Blessing of newly-rehabilitated nine (9) classrooms of Napudlan ES in Brgy. Quezon
last March 9, 2016.
Blessing of newly built Barangay Health Station
of Brgy. 4 last February 15, 2016.
San Carlos City Mayor Gerardo P. Valmayor Jr. turns-over BUB-Funded Gulayan sa Paaralan
Turn-over of BUB funded weighing scale to
Project to DepEd San Carlos City last January 28, 2016.
DepEd San Carlos City last February 28, 2016.
Renovated Classrooms at Bonifacio Central School
The city government turned over to DepEd-San Carlos the newly renovated Home Economics Building and three classroom-building at
Bonifacio Central School last March 30, 2016.
Said project at San Juan-Bonifacio in Brgy. V was funded at P1,350,000 from the Special Education Fund Capital Outlay for calendar 2015.
New Brgy. Covered Court
The newly created covered court at Brgy. Nataban was blessed, inaugurated and turned-over to said barangay last March 22, 2016.
Said project was budgeted at P4,337,000 by the city from its lump sum appropriation for calendar 2015 under the supervision of Engr. Ronald
Montebon of the City Engineering Dep’t.
9 Classrooms Rehabilitated
The city government of San Carlos turned over 9 newly rehabilitated classrooms of Napudlan Elementary Sch. in Brgy. Quezon to DepEd San
Carlos last March 9, 2016.
Said classrooms budgeted by the city in an amount of P1.650M from the Special Education Funds of 2015 include Grades 1-6, Kinder and
E-Room, Home Economics Room, and Head Teacher’s office.
New Health Center
A newly built barangay health center at Brgy. 4 was blessed and inaugurated last Feb. 15, 2016.
Said project with a floor area of 105.90 sq meters and funded at P1.6M by the city government include pre-natal room, recovery room and
TB-DOTS.
Also included in the blessing was the information building at said area and a motorcab as service vehicle for tanods of said barangay.
Gulayan sa Paaralan
San Carlos City government turned over the P500,000 Bottom-Up-Budgeting funded garden implements for Gulayan sa Paaralan project to
the Department of Education (DepEd) San Carlos last Jan. 28, 2016.
Part of said budget was the counterpart of the city which is P100,000.
Turned over materials include 70 shovels, 70 rakes, 70 hoe, 101 water sprinklers and 140 seedling trays with corresponding holes.
Said garden materials will be distributed to 50 public elementary schools in the 18 barangays of the city, five public high schools and six private
high schools.
Weighing Scale
Also part of said BUB project was the turn- over of 60 weighing scales to DepEd to be distributed to all elementary schools in the city for the
proper monitoring of underweight/overweight pupils.
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Integrity for Jobs (I4J) Project in San Carlos City now in full blast
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honesty and integrity in the delivery of frontline services thru transparent and effective small business and investment registration and promotion
procedures that will eliminate graft and corruption in the government, improve job opportunities and reduce poverty within the three-year project
period (2015-2017).
Said project is expected to benefit citizens dependent on local services particularly those in the business sector. It is expected that implementation
of said project will increase the inflow of investors to the city.
The I4J project is a partnership between the city of San Carlos, business sector and civil society organization, co-funded by the European Union
and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development thru Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), a German Political
foundation which will serve as supervising and partner bodies for integrity in good local governance.
As pilot city in the Visayas region, successful implementation of said project will make San Carlos City a model for replication in other cities
in the country.
Various events during 1st Quarter
Participants of the ‘Your Face Sounds Familiar’
contest during the LGU Xmas Party, Dec. 18, 2016.
Business-One-Stop-Shop at City Hall for the
whole month of January.
Pintaflores Festival joins Sinulog
Kabankalan last January 17, 2016.
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Pintaflores Festival joins Dinagyang Festival
last January 23, 2016.
Blessing of the new Barangay II Hall last
January 22, 2016.
Sustainable Livelihood Project in Dressmaking
last February 15, 2016.
Seal of Good Environmental Governance
(SGEG) Evaluation last March 15, 2016.
International Women’s Day Parade last
March 5, 2016.
Abaca Processing at So. Agbulod, Brgy.
Prosperidad last February 17, 2016.
1st Youth Leadership Summit at Brgy.
Buluangan last March 19, 2016.
Fire Drill at Fatima Village, Brgy. Rizal
last March 31, 2016.
Sining at Pag-asa (SIPA) Workshop at Barrio
Fiesta last March 12, 2016.
Symposium on Children’s Rights at SP Session
Hall last March 15, 2016.
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Kalusugan at Pangkalahatan Program at
Brgy. 5 last January 14, 2016.
Festival of Football Opening at SJRI Field last
February 13, 2016.
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