Ang Caviteno Newsweekly November 13-19, 2017 Issue

MABUHAY ANG REBOLUSYONG 1917!... p.5 Manila hosts 24th ASEAN Postal Business Meeting ... p 2 DOLE issues new guidelines on employment of minors in public entertainment Taguig LGU deploys team to augment security for ASEAN Summit .. p 3 p.5 VOLUME XXXIV No. 18 Nobyembre 13-19, 2017 P6.00 Kapirasong Kritika...p 4 Gov’t preparations ‘levelled up’ for 31st ASEAN Summit QUEZON CITY --The government has levelled up its preparations for the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit as compared to its handling of the 30th ASEAN Summit last April, according to the ASEAN Committee on Security, Peace and Order, and Emergency Preparedness and Response (CSPOEPR). In a statement, P/Chief Supt. Nestor Bergonia, head secretariat of the CSPOEPR, said that aside from the deployment of more security and public safety personnel to key strategic areas in Metro Manila, Pampanga and Bulacan, they have also upgraded their monitoring, operational and logistical capabilities to help ensure a safe and peaceful summit. “The government deployed more troops and poured in more resources for the upcoming summit. We have also been preparing for this for more than one year already because there are at least 20 heads of states that are attending the summit and the area of security coverage is wider unlike in the 30th ASEAN Summit when everything is continue to page 2 Inmates of BJMP-Tagaytay cared for in medical and dental mission The Multi-Agency Advisory Coordination Center (MACC) located in Pasay City is the nerve center of operations of the ASEAN CSPOEPR where all 21 member agencies are represented and working 24/7. The MACC will also monitor the movement of delegates from their arrival at the airports to their designated hotels, to the summit venues and to all other engagement areas. Photo shows the MACC with a giant LED wall with large monitors showing real-time CCTV feeds on major thoroughfares, airports, designated hotels, and summit venues; an information processing room; meeting rooms; a media nook; and a security counterpart operations room. (Photo by DILG) MoA signed for City of Bacoor-DLSU-D Scholarship Lani Mercado-Revilla signed of Bacoor who will qualify Program TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite -- Qualified student scholars are now welcome to apply for the scholarship grant with the recent signing of a Memorandum of Agreement creating the City of Bacoor-DLSU-Dasmariñas Scholarship Program. The city government of Bacoor headed by Hon. Mayor the agreement with DLSU-D President Brother Augustine Boquer, FSC, EdD, DLSU-D Vice Chancellor for Mission, External Affairs, and Advancement Myrna F. Ramos, EdD, and DLSU-D Vice Chancellor for Academic and Research Marco S. Saez, PhD. The program gives priority to residents of the city after screening and admission requirements of the city of Bacoor and DLSU-D and must not have any failing grades. Under the program, tuition fee will be covered which includes miscellaneous and other fees thru 50/50 sharing of the costs between the city government of Bacoor and DLSU-Dasmariñas. continue to page 2 TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite -- The provincial government of Cavite in coordination with the Provincial Health Office recently conducted a medical and dental mission at the Bureau of Jail Management Penology (BJMP) Compound in Tagaytay City. This activity gave various health care services and catered to the needs of the inmates like free legal consultancy, plus quality medical, dermatological and dental services thru the works of the volunteers from the Office of the Provincial Governor, the Provincial Health Office, the Philippine Dermatological Society, the Prison Ministry of the Parish of the Ina ng Laging Saklolo, the Rotary Clubs of Dasmariñas Cavite and Cavite Aguinaldo District 3810. Said worthwhile programs are part of the Cavite Rotarians and the provincial government’s sincere efforts to make a difference and bring hope to even those that have fallen astray and made a mistake in their lives. BJMP-Tagaytay City Chief Jail Warden Aries Villaester was profoundly grateful especially to Governor Boying Remulla and to Rotary Club Presidents GP Doc Onin Niño and GP Edo Tesorero, Atty. Evelyn Dominguez and Ret. Judge Vicky Tesorero for the support they have always extended to provide social services and health care for the inmates to make them feel they are not neglected. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/with reports from PICAD) QC to train counsellors for its drug abuse prevention and treatment Mayor Joy Belmonte, who program Another leg of Ugnayan sa Barangay was held on November 7, 2017 at Barangay Anuling II covered court in Mendez, where Cavite Governor Boying Remulla along with Vice Governor Jolo Revilla, and 7th District Board Members Reinalyne Varias and Rainier Ambion extended assistance to constituents, delivering early Christmas presents and other basic needs to the locals. Mendez Mayor Fredderick Vida, Vice Mayor Cocoy Mendoza and Sangguniang Bayan members who were also present during the event, expressed appreciation to the provincial government’s Pamaskong Handog Program that brought smiles to the people. QUEZON CITY -- The Quezon City government is set to train 200 personnel that will be assigned to the rehabilitation of children and adolescent substance abusers. This, as city government wants to give drug surrenderees a chance to change and be productive members of society by offering better treatment and rehabilitation programs. The Quezon City Anti- Drug Abuse Advisory Council (QCADAAC) has partnered with the International Society of Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Professionals (ISSUP) Philippines to train an initial 200 personnel. According to Vice also chairs the QCADAAC, the city government, with the help of ISSUP Philippines chairman Eddie L. Castillo will train 200 individuals who can help in counselling. After the trai ѡݥ啐Ѽ)ɕЁɅ́Ѽѡ)չ䵉͕ɕхѥ)ɽɅ($+q]ٔɽɅ)Ёӊéٕ䁱ѕ͍)5Ʌѽٽչѕ)ЁյձЁЁѡ)ٔѡͭ́ȁѥ͔)ѡ䁡ٔѡݥѡͥɔ)ѼݥѠѡ́ѥ)Ʌݔɕٕݔݕɔ)ѼхЁѡɽɅ́)Ʌ̳t єͅ)ѥՔѼ