Ang Caviteno Newsweekly January 08-14, 2018 Issue

Bad new times... p.5 CPPO’s closing ceremony declares 60 graduates ... p 2 Unused farming tools to be redistributed to farmers in need Community Mortgage Program to assist in affordable housing.. p 3 p.5 VOLUME XXXIV No. 26 Enero 08-14, 2018 P6.00 Kapirasong Kritika...p 4 PAGASA drumbeats PhST awareness QUEZON CITY -- State weather bureau PAGASA on Friday raised public awareness and compliance to use the Philippine Standard Time (PhST) through its media and government agency partners. “We encourage the public to synchronize their timepieces with the Philippine Standard Time. Our agency displays the official time on its website, ph,” Administrator Dr. Vicente Malano said in observance of the National Time Consciousness Week held every first week of the year. Malano said the public can also check the official time through the use of Network Time Protocol (NTP) Server System:; ntp1.; ntp2.pagasa.; ntp3.pagasa.dost.; “Currently, PAGASA makes use of the state-of-the-art Cesium Beam Atomic Clock and a host of other systems to ensure that we are following precise time,” he added. Under Republic Act 10535 or the Philippine Standard Time Act of 2013 authored by Sen. Miriam Santiago, PAGASA continue to page 3 PGC recognized partner government agencies PAGASA Administrator Vicente Malano points out the significance of having precise and accurate time in weather forecasting in order to keep the public safe. (Photo by Nelson Ortiz/PIA-NCR) Bacoor Youth Summit successful TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite -- The City Government of Bacoor recently initiated the Bacoor Youth Summit held at the Bacoor Government Center Strike Gymnasium that gathered some 3,000 high school students. The summit aims to help the youth with messages of encouragement, inspiration and information to help them face and deal with various issues that affect them. Mayor Lani Mercado and Vice Governor Jolo Revilla welcomed the young participants in red shirts bearing the words “Kabataang Bacooreño”. Several resource speakers representing different sectors in society like the government sector with Bataan 1st District Representative Geraldine Roman, the country’s first transgender woman elected to Congress spoke about the “Anti- Bullying Act” and encouraged the youths to help eradicate bullying in school. Also from the government sector, Vice Governor Revilla, who organized the Summit, shared his experience of being a young father at age 15 and urged the participants to stay in school and strive to pursue their education. Meanwhile, Ferdinand “Chinkee” Tan an actor-turned- motivational and inspirational speaker, wealth coach and book author advised students that “to be successful in life, one must know his/her purpose first; maximize continue to page 2 Gov. Boying Remulla led the oath-taking of newly appointed councilor Crispin Diego Remulla at the municipal hall of Indang on January 3, 2017. Mayor Perfecto Fidel, Vice Mayor Ismael Rodil, together with the municipal council of Indang witnessed the oath taking ceremony. Councilor Remulla sworn in as the new councilor of Indang after the demise of Councilor Teofila Atas. Also in photo are Francisco Gabriel Diaz Remulla and the employees of the municipal hall who were awarded plaques of appreciation for their services in the municipal government of Indang. TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite -- The Provincial Government of Cavite (PGC) showed its sincere appreciation and gratitude to the partner government agencies that had given support and helped in the implementation of their various programs and projects. Governor Boying Remulla thanked the officers and members of the Department of Trade and Industry- Cavite, Department of Labor and Employment-Cavite, Department of the Interior and Local Government-Cavite, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-Cavite, and the Department of Science and Technology-Cavite. The governor awarded plaques of appreciation to the head officers representing each government agencies during one of their Monday morning flag raising ceremony last December. (GG/Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/ with reports from PICAD) Responsableng tulong ang ibigay sa mga taong lansangan – DSWD LUNGSOD QUEZON -- Kaugnay ng hindi matuldukang problema sa lumolobong bilang ng mga taong lansangan lalo na tuwing panahon ng Kapaskuhan, naglunsad kamakailan ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ng kampanyang #HelptheHomelessPH, na may temang “Responsableng tulong ang kailangan ng mga taong nakatira sa lansangan.” Ang kampanya ay isang panawagan sa iba’t ibang sektor ng lipunan na tumulong tugunan ang pangangailangan ng mga taong nakabilad sa iba’t ibang panganib ng buhay sa responsableng pamamaraan. Ayon kay DSWD Protective Services Bureau officer-in-charge Alicia S. Bonoan, “Hindi iligal ang maging taong lansangan. At walang taong gustong humantong sa kalagayang tulad nila.” Inirokemenda ni Bonoan na sa pagtulong ay isaisip ang daglat na ASK. Ang A ay para sa salitang Alamin. Alamin ang dahilan kung bakit sila napunta sa abang kalagayan at anong mga interbensiyon ang kanilang kailangan. Ang letrang S naman ay, isaisip ang kanilang Seguridad o kaligtasan. Dahil ang paglilimos sa kalsada ay pang-iimbita sa marami pang iba upang itaya ang kanilang buhay sa kakarampot na ibinibigay. Samantalang ang letrang K ay para sa salitang Karapatan. Maraming karapatan ang nawala sa kanila nang sila ay tumira sa lansangan. Alisin sa isipan ang diskriminasyon at magkaisang tumulong para maibalik ang mga nawalang karapatan ng mga taong nasa lansangan. Binigyan diin ito ni DSWD OIC Emmanuel Leyco at kaniyang sinabi,”Para lubusang matugunan ang problema, kailangan nating kilalanin itong mga walang tahanan at alamin ang dahilan kung bakit ͥ̈́)ͅ!݅ѥͥф)ͅɅ̈́)䁉ѥͥɭյхͥ儻t)ѥՔѼ