Brgy. Alangan wins LTIA
2021 awards anew
BY JOANNA MARIE M. CRUZ
DILG BATAAN declared the Lupong
Tagapamayapa of Brgy. Alangan, Limay,
Bataan as the 2021 Lupong Tagapamayapa
Incentives Awards (LTIA) Provincial Winner SAVING LIVES, ONE VACCINE AT A TIME. A member of the
for the First to Third Class Municipality priority group volunteers to take his first dose of vaccine
Category. to keep himself and others protected against the adverse
In relation to this, the LTIA Provincial effects of COVID-19.
Awards Committee (PAC) chaired by PD Myra Photo from Abet Garcia Facebook Page
Moral-Soriano convened on April 13, 2021,
via Zoom to assess the provincial nominees
and submit to the Regional Awards
Committee the best performing
lupons in Bataan.
the office of the Provincial
Prosecutor, PNP Bataan, RTC
Bataan, Liga ng mga Barangay
(LnB) provincial chapter and
Bataan Host Lion’s Club, as
the CSO representative, and
DILG comprised the Provincial
LTIA was established
pursuant to the Local
what’s Issue No. XII - 2nd Quarter Fi s c a l Ye ar 2021
inside? LGU Mariveles pioneers
LFP BY DONNA JOY G. NACAR
STATUS PURSUANT TO the SK Reform Act of 2015, Sangguniang Kabataan officials must undergo
REPORT mandatory training to be able to fully perform their duties and responsibilities.
P5 P2 To address the challenge posed by the pandemic in the conduct of this activity, DILG Bataan, in
P4 partnership with the SK Municipal Federation of Mariveles, concluded the first Asynchronous
Sangguniang Kabataan Mandatory Training (ASKMT) of the province at Mayor San Carlos L.
Sarreal Public Library and Learning Hub, San Carlos, Mariveles on April 19, 2021.
This pioneering activity was also in online/distance learning method via Modules 1
collaboration with Barangay San Carlos, through to 3 distributed on April 12, 2021. A seven-day
its barangay Local Governance Resource Center period was given to the participants to study the
(LGRC). modules and learn important aspects at their
own pace. P3
Said ASKMT was facilitated through the
ADAC dilgr3_bataan Capitol Compound, (047) 237-3571
@yahoo.com Balanga City, Bataan
PD Soriano during BHERT webinar: We salute you P4
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LFP status presented at With 79% completion rate, 11 out
2nd quarter calibration of the 14 local projects under the said
program were reported as “physically
BY M A R K A N GE LO T. PU M A R ES complete” which had been validated by
the DILG Bataan LFP Monitoring Team
THE HALFWAY point of the year approaches with the province of headed by Capability Development
Bataan having more than half of its FY 2020 Assistance to Municipalities Chief Johnny Mandocdoc.
(AM) Programs already completed as presented during the 2nd Quarter
Provincial Assessment and Calibration of Locally-Funded Projects’ Designed to cement the common
(LFPs’) Status Reports on June 22, 2021 via Zoom. goal of the 12 LGUs towards the
improved implementation of projects
funded by the Department, the
online activity served as the platform
to discuss with the concerned local
functionaries the status of other
related programs namely FY 2019
Performance Challenge Fund (PCF), FY
2019 AM, FY 2021 Financial Assistance
to Local Government Units (FALGU),
and FY 2021 Disaster Rehabilitation
and Reconstruction Assistance
Program (DRRAP) in Bataan.
Provincial Director Myra Moral-
Soriano expressed her warm gratitude
to the attendees and recognized the
Brgy. Alangan wins...
which mandates the DILG to grant economic
and other incentives to lupons for their
outstanding contributions to attain objectives of
the Katarungang Pambarangay.
Twenty-five local farmers Based on the summary of releases
received livelihood support issued by the Department of
in the form of complete Budget and Management as of
fertilizers, organic compost and June 30, 2021, funds amounting
knapsack sprayers from LGU to P128,000,000 have been
Pilar on June 16, 2021. Said allocated to materialize the 15
activity was made possible projects of the LGUs of Bataan
through the FY 2021 Local under the FY 2021 Local
Government Support Fund — Government Support Fund —
Disaster Rehabilitation and Financial Assistance to Local
Reconstruction Assistance Government Units.
Program to aid the constituents
who were adversely affected by FLASH NEWS
last year’s typhoons.
Matino, Mahusay at Maaasahang Kagawaran
para sa Mapagkalinga at Maunlad na Pamahalaang Lokal
CBMS Module II
BY DONNA JOY G, NACAR
AMIDST THE incessant surge of
pandemic hampering normal work
functions, DILG Bataan continues
to provide technical assistance on
the Community-Based Monitoring
System Accelerated Poverty
Profiling (CBMS-APP) Module II
Virtual Training for the Municipality
of Abucay on April 26-28, 2021 via
Google Meet platform.
Module II, as an important segment of
DILG jumpstarts assessment forthe CBMS implementation, was attended
by LGU personnel from the offices of Safety Seal Certification
Municipal Information System (MIS) and
Municipal Planning and Development
Council (MPDC) to process the data
that are needed to commence their BY CRISTY M. BLANCO
Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP). THE ASSESSMENT and issuance of the Safety Seal Certification officially begins
In addition, Module II provides the for the Municipality of Dinalupihan as LGOO VI Cristy M. Blanco, Municipal Local
Government Operations Officer (MLGOO), along with MESPO Rolando G. Amarga
LGU with knowledge and skills on CBMS from Philippine National Police (PNP) and SFO3 Reynan R. Nanasca of Bureau
Module II components particularly data of Fire Protection (BFP) spearheaded the assessment at Barangay Colo on July
processing, CBMS database building, 1, 2021
and poverty mapping using Quantum As part of the intensified efforts in the
management of the COVID-19 situation,
P1 LGU Mariveles pioneers asynchronous SKMT the certification team inspected the
barangay hall of Colo to look into the
To ensure that the SK secretaries and A certificate of completion will be given to compliance of the barangay to the 14
treasurers gained adequate knowledge from the training participants, and be full-fledged indicators to be awarded to the seal which
their one-week self-learning training, a one- SK officials, will be given after the evaluation includes, mechanisms for the enforcement
hour online assessment was conducted by of their assessment results and reflection of minimum health standards in the
the DILG training management team, and paper. barangay hall, availability of equipment,
supervised by LGOO VI Haidee Balicolon, and presence of enabling documents to
MLGOO of Mariveles. San Carlos Punong After the successful implementation in ensure sustainability of their COVID-19
Barangay Jester Ivan Ricafrente and SK Mariveles, ASKMTs are expected to be efforts.
Chairperson Jael Petalan also supported the performed in other Bataan LGUs in the
activity. succeeding months. Barangay Colo, headed by Punong
BarangayAurelioA. Cruz, was immediately
awarded the seal after being found to be
Road Clearing #StaySafePH
To ensure safety and MLGOO Cristy Blanco, together
orderliness in the LGU with the field office apprentices,
during the community conducted a virtual orientation on
quarantine, continuous Safety Seal Certification Program
road clearing operations to the 4a6 barangays of the town
are still evident along on June 22, 2021. Prior to the
Abucay local roads. event, the personnel first met with
Lead by PNP Abucay the LGU officials to discuss the
MPS, tricycle drivers and certification scheme, the use of
sidewalk vendors were staysafe.ph in contact tracing, and
reminded of the road the importance of keeping public
clearing guidelines to and private entities compliant with
further prevent obstructions. the minimum health standards.
BFDP in COB Town Hall Meeting
All 25 barangays in the City of To raise community awareness
Balanga have complied with on COVID-19 health and safety
the Deparment’s guidelines on
Barangay Full Disclosure Policy protocols. LGU Dinalupihan
per reports by CLGOO Jomar orchestrated a town hall
Cruz. DILG MC 2014-84 directs meeting which was attended
barangay chairpersons to post by several government
within the premises of the LGU agencies and sectors
concerned on May 24, 2021.
hall and on its official website, if During the forum, Mayor Maria
any, the documents prescribed Angela Garcia encouraged
by the Department of Budget the public to get vaccinated
and Management. and be protected against the
PD Soriano during BHERT
webinar: We salute you
BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO
THE DEPARTMENT of the Interior and Local Government-Bataan conducted the
BHERT-FRIENDS Project Online Webinar Series (OWS) Episodes 1 and 2 entitled:
“Engaging BHERTs for a Safer Community” and “BHERTS in Action: Safeguarding the
Community” on April 15 and 16, 2021 via Zoom.
Geographic Information System “Ang BHERTs ay ang ating mga first Director Myra Moral-Soriano said in her
(QGIS). responders at frontliners sa laban natin message. “Ang webinar na ito ay isa ring
sa COVID-19,” DILG Bataan Provincial pagsaludo at pasasalamat sa BHERTs na
LGU-Abucay participants took maituturing nating mga bayani ngayong
part in the hands-on activities and pandemya,” PD Soriano added.
information sharing as part of the
said training. The BHERT-FRIENDS project, which
is in collaboration with DOH, aims to
The three-day virtual training on capacitate and mobilize the BHERTs by
Module II was facilitated by LGOO V providing webinar series and information
Johnny Mandocdoc, CDS Chief and
CBMS focal person. P11
Topics included downloading document data and gathering phase.
of LGU Data, Installation of the ADAC Audit provincial focal person,
StatSimProcessor (StatSim Pro),
Importing of Data, Processing/ LGOO III Danilyn Peña acted as the
Updating of Data collected in Module resource speaker during the activity, while
I, Exporting of Data for map digitizing LGOO II Laverne Gonzales Jr. hosted the
and poverty maps generation using visual presentation showing the whole
QGIS, Database creation, Executing features of the ADAC-FMS.
MySQL statements for the Database
Buildup and other Customized Data. The ADAC Performance Audit shall
assess the functionality and effectiveness
Bataan LGUs prep for 2021 ADAC of local ADACs based on existing issuances
Performance Audit and policies and will recognize the best,
effective and performing ADACs in the
BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO province.
TO GEAR up the local government units of Bataan for the upcoming Anti-Drug Abuse
Council (ADAC) Performance Audit, DILG Bataan headed by Provincial Director Myra
Moral-Soriano, held a provincial orientation on April 27, 2021 via Zoom.
The orientation presented the 2019 and Provincial Team (APT).
2020 ADAC Performance Audit Indicator Participants of the rollout include DILG
Reference and a system demonstration
of the ADAC Functionality Monitoring Bataan Cluster Head Melissa Nipal, C/
System (ADAC-FMS). During the event, MLGOOs and the LGU ADAC focal persons
it was explained that documents shall and IT/encoders of the province. PNP
be uploaded to the ADAC-FMS for the officials from the 13 LGUs of Bataan also
evaluation and assessment by the Audit attended the online activity for them
to assist their respective LGUs in the
NCIP Dialogue SGLG Forum
The National Committee on As preparation for the upcoming
Indigenous People of Limay Seal of Good Local Governance
conducted an Uhap-Uhap (a (SGLG) Assessment for the
local term for “dialogue”) on year 2021, MLGOO Vernita
Indigenous People Rights’ Act La Torre enjoined the LGU
Law Orientation and proposed functionaries of Hermosa for
preparation of by-laws and a coordination meeting on April
election of Indigenous People 14, 2021. SGLG is one of the
Mandatory Representative at programs deferred in 2021, due
Sitio Kinaragan on May 29, 2021. to the ongoing pandemic.
P3 DILG jumpstarts...
fully compliant to the set indicators.
The inspection and certification
team lauded the efforts of the
barangay as the first barangay in
Dinalupihan, Bataan to be conferred
with the seal and in assuring their
constituents and the general public
of its compliance to the minimum
health standards required by the
government to contain the spread of
Bataan focuses on design thinking, P2
conducts first LEDIPO forum LFP status presented...
BY DONNA JOY G. NACAR efforts of all project implementers
especially that the province recently
DILG BATAAN shows support to Bataan Public-Private Partnership and ranked second place among the
Investment Center (PPPIC)’s very first 1Bataan Local Economic Development provinces in Region 3 based on the
and Investment Promotions Officers (LEDIPO) Forum on June 11, 2021, via Zoom. SubayBAYAN Portal.
PD Myra Moral-Soriano served as design thinking can be applied to an As part of the team’s celebration
one of the key officials who provided the organization and can bring transformation of small victories, Certificates of
opening remarks of the program. to the methods used in marketing for the Commendation were awarded to the
team’s services. municipalities of Abucay, Mariveles
Themed as ‘The Power of Design and Orani for their successful
Thinking’, the forum was facilitated by The forum was attended by various implementation of FY 2020 AM
guest speaker Rock Cleo, a design departments from the Provincial Program this quarter. Further, Mr.
thinker and CEO of D. New Agency, Government of Bataan, representatives of Allan Buatis (Abucay), Engr. Kristel
and enlightened the participants on how LGUs, and partner stakeholders and was May Ferrer (Mariveles) and Mr. Regie
Romero (Orani) received recognition
P11 for their exemplary efforts as
SubayBAYAN focal persons.
The activity concluded with
a message from Cluster Head
Melissa Nipal who has also become
a significant part of the Provincial
LFP Monitoring Team in inspecting
various projects from one town to
LGU focals revisit POPS-PCMS
BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO
DILG BATAAN Provincial Office initiated the Reorientation on the Peace and Order
and Public Safety Plan and Policy Compliance Monitoring System (POPSP-PCMS) on
June 1, 2021 via Zoom online platform.
Participants were the POPSP-PCMS POPSP-PCMS provincial focal person
provincial/city/municipal focal persons of LGOO II Laverne Gonzales, Jr. served as the
the province. They were reoriented on the resource speaker while Program Manager
effective use of the system and reminded Allan Don Malonzo facilitated the queries
of the reporting period at the POPSP-PCMS and concerns raised by the LGU focal persons
particularly this month of August 2021.
in the online activity. P9
thru AM 2020
Farm-to-market roads (FMR) play a highly significant role
in improving the rural economy. They are particularly critical
to greater food production and trimming down the cost of farm
commodities. These infrastructures, at the very least, are the arteries where
manpower and goods circulate. And whether we are talking medically, or in this
context, agriculturally, we know that good circulation translates to good life.
Sitio Aplo in Barangay San Juan, a neighborhood in the Municipality of Samal,
Bataan, is a home for smallholders and fisherfolk. Throwback to years ago, these
workers had been enduring the bumpy travel to and from the distribution
centers via the then dirt road.
Definitely, it was not just a problem of mere inconvenience. For
these farmers, mostly low-earning individuals who spend the entire
day tilling the land, being unable to bring their produce when and
where it may fetch the best price is a big of a deal. This is exactly
why the local government had chosen Sitio Aplo as the recipient
community of the town’s FY 2020 AM Program.
With an allocation of P11,623,000.00 through the DILG’s Local
Government Support Fund, the LGU managed to pave a six-meter
wide road covering the 603-meter portion of this street from the
existing pavement. Slope protection structures were also provided in
areas where the situation requires. The project, which was completed
in just 78 days amidst the pandemic, is a promise of a better delivery of
products and a hope for a lower poverty incidence dedicated to the not less
than 36,000 constituents of this farm town.
It is no doubt that when you pave a road, you empower a community.
This is because roads do not just connect people—they change lives. Today,
the challenge of the uneven dirt road is behind them, and the lives of these
smallholders and residents will never be the same again.
“ Project Title:
UPGRADING OF LOCAL ACCESS ROAD IN SITIO
APLO, BRGY. SAN JUAN, SAMAL, BATAAN
BRGY. SAN JUAN, SAMAL, BATAAN
P 11.6 MILLION
No. of Beneficiaries:
36,789 (direct & indirect)
February 3, 2021
“This is because roads do not just
connect people—they change lives.
Today, the challenge of the uneven dirt
road is behind them, and the lives of
these smallholders and residents will
never be the same again.
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Partnership with barangays Terrorist Groups (CTGs) processes
and major programs.
Leveling session strengthens
Bataan PTF-ELCAC DILG R3 LGMED Assistant
Division Chief Aldwin Reyes presented
BY DONNA JOY G. NACAR the updates on EO 70 and the JRTF’s
efforts followed by a presentation of
THE PROVINCIAL Government of Bataan, together with the key officials the Barangay Development Projects
of the Provincial Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict through Engr. Emerson De Jesus of
LGCDD. NCIP and ICC/IPs Resiliency
were likewise reported by Juna Sacpa
of NCIP Bataan.
PTF-ELCAC chairperson, Governor
Albert Garcia through an audio-
visual presentation showcased the
significant accomplishments of
Bataan PTF-ELCAC per each of its
Further, OPAPP Dir. Maria Carla
Munsayac-Villarta and Rufino Lopez
of the National Security Council
praised the efforts of the Provincial
Government of Bataan and its PTF-
ELCAC for their efforts to make the
ELCAC activities more inclusive and
felt by the community.
NTF-ELCAC also commended
the barangay officials of Bataan for
being engaged and participative on
the topics discussed in the online
activity. PIA Bataan and DILG Bataan
collaborated in hosting the event.
This series of barangay leveling
sessions were conducted in seven
provinces of Central Luzon from
June 3 to 11, 2021 to strengthen the
collaboration of the PTF-ELCACs with
the barangays in addressing peace
and security concerns in the region.
(PTF-ELCAC) and the barangay officials of the province, gathered through
an online platform for the ELCAC Barangay Leveling Session on June 11,
AnchoredonthePresident’spolitical barangay level.
will and firm commitment to fully Barangay officials from all the 237
address the communist insurgency barangays of Bataan were gathered to
in the country, the online activity be involved in the discussion of the
cascaded the fullest understanding of leveling session.
the EO 70 framework or the “whole- Angel Reyes of the National Cadre
of-nation approach” down to the Team discussed the Communist-
PG Bataan focal persons report
2nd Q PPOC-PADAC feat
BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO
THE PROVINCIAL Government of Bataan held its 2nd Quarter Joint Provincial maintain a steady supply of vaccines and
Peace and Order Council (PPOC) and Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Council its daily COVID-19 vaccines administered.
(PADAC) on June 30, 2021, via Zoom.
The activity was also attended by Vice
Presided by PPOC and PADAC and its efforts to maintain its status as a Gov. Ma. Cristina Garcia, BM Popoy Del
Chairperson, Gov. Albert Garcia, the drug-cleared province in Central Luzon. Rosario, Balanga City Mayor Francis
meeting presented the targets and During the meeting, Gov. Garcia also Garcia, Hermosa Mayor Jopet Inton,
accomplishments of the council members aims Bataan to be the first province in the Samal Mayor Aida Macalinao, LGU
to maintain peace and order in Bataan country to achieve herd immunity if it can representatives, COPs of Bataan and
various PPOC-PADAC council members.
Matino, Mahusay at Maaasahang Kagawaran
para sa Mapagkalinga at Maunlad na Pamahalaang Lokal
c vid19 Bataan gears up for LCAT-VAWC,
2021 CFLGA assessment
*as of June. 30, 2021 BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO
9,468 TO PREPARE the local government units of Bataan for the upcoming Local
Council on Anti Trafficking-Violence Against Women and Children (LCAT-VAWC)
functionality assessment, DILG Bataan headed by Provincial Director Myra
Moral-Soriano, held a provincial orientation on June 8, 2021 via Zoom.
CONFIRMED CASES DEATHS
VACCINATED The orientation presented the CY LGOO III Danilyn Peña discussed the
2019 and 2020 LCAT-VAWC assessment LCAT-VAWC assessment while LGOO
76,706 1st Dose guidelines and the documents to be II Joanna Marie likewise presented the
18,898 2nd Dose collected during the data-gathering phase. 2021 Child-Friendly Local Governance
The documents are to be submitted at the Audit (CFLGA) using the Seal of Child-
Source: Abet Garcia Facebook Page DILG Bataan Provincial Office and will be Friendly Local Governance Knowledge
assessed by the Inter-Agency Monitoring Management System (SCFLG-KMS).
P5 Team (IMT).
The LCAT-VAWC assessment
LGU focals revisit... Participants of the orientation include serves as a basis for policy and capacity
PSWDO Marilyn Tigas, DILG Bataan development to strengthen the capability
DILG Central Office established Cluster Head Melissa Nipal, C/MLGOOs, of LGU in combating trafficking in persons
the POPSP-PCMS to monitor the Program Manager Allan Don Malonzo and (TIP) and eliminating violence against
LGU’s compliance in their Peace and the LSWDOs of the 12 component LGUs women and children.
Order and Public Safety (POPS) plan of the province.
implementation. The system is also
a database that assists the LGU in
planning, checking and generation of
reports related to their programs and
activities in peace and order.
PM Malonzo encouraged the LGU
focal persons to fully utilize the system
and comply with the timely submission
of reports, underlining that POPSP-
PCMS is one of the criteria to other
DILG programs like the POC Audit,
ADAC Audit and the Seal of Good Local
The online activity and the use of
POPS-PCMS is a part of DILG Bataan’s
initiatives in providing technical
assistance and unhampered services to
LGUs despite the pandemic.
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PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR/ CONSULTANT MYRA B. MORAL-SORIANO, CESO V
CONTRIBUTORS LGOO VII Melissa D. Nipal ● LGOO VI Allan Don L. Malonzo ● LGOO V Johnny F. Mandocdoc ●
LGOO III Danilyn M. Peña ● LGOO II Donna Joy G. Nacar ● LGOO II Laverne C. Gonzales Jr. ●
LAYOUT ARTIST LGOO II Joanna Marie M. Cruz ● ADAS II Michelle F. Samson ● ADAS II Vangie C. Rodriguez ●
CIRCULATIONS ADA IV Ayla TheresaV. Bugay ● ENGR III Michael Angelo P. Masiclat ●
ENGR II Mark Angelo T. Pumares ● ADAS II Russel Jasper O. Rabacio
ENGR III Jamesnick M. Seramines SCAN
ADA II Mario J. Dizon ● ADA VI Ernesto N. Matias ME!
Matino, Mahusay at Maaasahang Kagawaran
para sa Mapagkalinga at Maunlad na Pamahalaang Lokal
9 LGOO apprentices get P5
BY ALLAN DON L. MALONZO
also steered through brainstorming group
exercises and individual outputs.
The online activity also encouraged
LGUs to create their LEDIPO to
promote programs relevant to public-
private partnerships (PPP) and
Investment Center Function under DILG
Memorandum Circular 2020-167.
In addition to providing a new
perspective on decision-making and
sharing ideas, PPPIC also discussed
the projects already implemented by PG
Bataan through PPP such as The Bunker
and the 1Bataan Integrated Transport
System, as well as pending projects and
other facilities to be built in the province.
DILG BATAAN warmly welcomed the nine apprentices of the LGOO 53rd Batch P12
for their two-month Supervised Field Work (SFW) in the province.
Digging for ‘#GOALS’...
SFW is one of the components of the responsive to the programs of the DILG
Apprenticeship Program for LGOOs II and and the national government. provide effective service delivery to the
III, a competency-based training program DILG’s clientele and stakeholders.
for Local Government Operations Throught their stay, the teams will
Officers (LGOOs) conducted by the Local be supervised and guided by their Cluster Head Melissa Nipal also
Government Academy (LGA). SFW supervisors and competent DILG commended the team as she observed
officers namely LGOO VI Cristy Blanco that each team member has an
The apprentices have been deployed (Dinalupihan), LGOO VI Mildred Sazon opportunity to excel. The competitiveness
in the municipalities of Dinalupihan, (Orani) and LGOO VI Ma. Jasmin Bartolo of the team contributes to the enjoyment
Orani and Samal who are considered to (Samal). in working together that is open to
be high-performing LGUs in Bataan and suggestions and an organization that
does not suppress ideas, thus making
P4 PD Soriano during BHERT... each of the team members a capable,
creative and critical focal persons and
materials like pocket guides and AVPs. participants from the barangays. Dra. DILG employee.
This will also strengthen the role of Maria Belina Ibasco of DOH R3 discussed
BHERTs in helping Bataeños navigate the the vaccination program of the national Fisheries Compliance Audit
public healthcare system. government. WHO representative, Mr.
Eugene Arbis likewise presented the (FishCA 2021)
The webinars were attended by C/ Case Identification and Investigation,
MLGOOs, Punong Barangays and Case Finding and Case Management and REGIONAL TOP PERFORMER
BHERTs of Bataan. It was intended to Monitoring.
remind the PBs and BHERTs of their 3rd PLACER
respective roles in addressing COVID-19 Further, Program Manager Allan
and strengthen the capacities of BHERT Don Malonzo discussed quarantine and
which is a community organization isolation while Cluster Team Leader
tasked with managing all COVID-related Melissa Nipal provided the “Safety Tricks
healthcare needs. and Tips for BHERT’ which will be valuable
for the BHERTs” day-to-day discharge of
CLGOO Jomar Cruz of the City of their duties and responsibilities in the
Balanga and MLGOO Mildred Sazon of community.
Orani presented facts about COVID-19,
functions of BHERTs and management of DILG is closely coordinating with
COVID-19 in the community. DOH, LHOs and LGUs to ensure that
BHERTs are equipped, visible and
Resource speakers from DOH R3 and accessible in the community.
WHO Philippines were also tapped to
reinforce the skills and knowledge of the
Issue No. X I I - 2 n d Q uar ter Fi s c a l Ye ar 2 0 2 1 persons to narrate the journey of their
programs within the first semester of 2021,
Digging for ‘#GOALS’ present the results of their commitments
from the last program planning, suggest
DILG Bataan sets targets, innovations and present the targets and
plans PPAs for 2nd sem visions for their PPAs.
The initiative was facilitated by
Program Manager Allan Don Malonzo
stressing that relevance should be the
goal in implementing the DILG programs,
not just mere compliance and employee
individual goals also provide motivation
and clarity to focal persons. PM Malonzo
also added that with goals in sight, PPAs
take on more meaning and purpose.
PD Myra Moral-Soriano, in her
message, stated that these program
planning activities serve as an
encouragement to deliver, enhance and
improve their programs strategically and
BY DONNA JOY G. NACAR
EMPLOYEE GOAL-SETTING is a key responsibility of an organization. By setting measurable
and attainable goals, the office can not only guide improvement in employee performance but
can also help strengthen the overall organization’s mandates and objectives.
Taking the department’s programs, This two-day online activity is in Timbreza
projects and activities (PPAs) to line with Program Officers’ Workplan takes post as
another level, DILG Bataan unfolded Evaluation and Review (POWER) that DILG R3 OIC-RD
another initiative and milestone as the started in 2019 to empower the provincial
Provincial Office personnel underwent focal persons (program officers) to direct
the regular program planning and mid- the PPAs according to their targeted vision
year assessment to present the current and accomplishments, analyze issues
accomplishments, status and vision of and resolve them through the guidance
their programs through #GOALS (Guided of the provincial director, cluster head,
Objectives Assure Lasting Success) via program manager, section chiefs and with
Zoom Online Platform on May 20-21, the support of the whole team.
#GOALS paved way for the focal
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