Jeric Amparo facilitated hauling of materials on January 28, 2020 at Jusmar
Marketing and Golden Matutum Construction Supplies for the on-going
rehabilitation of Potable Water System at Prk. 8, Kinilis, Polomolok, South
Amparo delivered to Kinilis the materials namely: 2 pcs. PE Pipe #1 ½, 10 pcs.
Water meter shark, 20 pcs.G.I Coupling Reducer, 10 pcs. Gate valve ½, G.I
Nipple ½ x 2, 10 pcs. PE MTA, 10 pcs. Faucet, 10 pcs.elbow, 10 pcs. Pvc Elbow,
10 pcs. PVC Coupling Reducer, 5 length PVC Pipe ½.
To assess the awareness,
availment and satisfaction of the citizens of a certain local government unit,
the DILG designed the Citizen Satisfaction Index System (CSIS) survey that
requires a random 150 respondents to be interviewed regarding the services of
the LGU. The RESOURCEGov Project made the CSIS survey one step higher by
facilitating it using the ODK system instead of the traditional pen and paper.
RESOURCEGov 2 Project Team headed
by the Project Manager Mr. Roel Ian P. Blanker conducted a CSIS orientation to
the Mun. Mayor Hon. Floro Gandam and the enumerators from the Santa Cruz Mission School Inc. (SMSCI) on
February 17, 2020. Project Officer Mr. Jan Solomon Edrozo attended an ABC
(Association of Barangay Captains) meeting at ABC building, Lake Sebu on
February 19th to inform and update all the barangay captains about
the on-going CSIS survey in their respective barangays. In the following days,
the project officer closely monitored the actual CSIS survey conducted by 13
enumerators until February 27, 2020 as far as Brgy. Ned. The data will be
consolidated on March 5, 2020.
The first round of ODK-based CSIS survey
for the eight focal LGUs was conducted by the RESOURCEGov 1 Project in 2016.
The results of 2016 and 2020 will be compared after the consolidation of the
Project Officer Mr. Jeric Amparo, together with Mr. Fajagutana, conducted canvass of materials at the different junkshops (Magalong Junkshop, Gatduala Junkshop) for G.I Pipe #4 to be used as manifold for the on-going rehabilitation of potable water system at Prk. 8, Kinilis, Polomolok, South Cotabato on February 27, 2020.
Due to insufficient supply of G.I Pipe # 4 in the hardware, Mr. Amparo and Mr. Fajagutana decided to canvass materials of the manifold at Gensan Hardware.
The RESOURCEGov 2 Project conducted CSIS orientation on February 24, 2020 to the enumerators from the Lambayong Polytechnic College. Project Coordinator Mr. Kurt Jurgen Von Lumbao and Project Documenter Ms. Lorielyn Patoc-Capulso facilitated the mock survey on the 27th. The actual CSIS survey commences on February 28, 2020 and will end on March 5, 2020. Consolidation of the data will be done on the 6th of March 2020.
Represented by Project Officer Mr. Jeric
Amparo, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. participated in the Retooled Community
Support Program Meeting at Municipal Hall, Tupi last February 26, 2020. The
meeting was set to discuss the Orientation of Executive Order No. 70 series of
2018 of PRRD, the preparation on Immersion at Barangay Cebuano, and other
PMAJ Virlen Pampolin, Chief of Police,
Tupi Municipal Police Station gave the orientation for the Executive Order No.
70 series of 2018 or otherwise called “Institutionalizing the whole-of-nation
approach in attaining inclusive and sustainable peace, creating a National Task
Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict and directing the Adoption of a
National Peace Framework. Furthermore, Ms. Cristy Buenaflor, of DILG XII, conducted
orientation on the Retooled Community Support Program. RCSP is convergence
mechanism for LGU particularly in the barangay for the identification of issues
and needed interventions. Members of the RCSP will conduct Field validation on
March 3, 2020 at Barangay Cebuano, Tupi.
Mahintana Foundation, Inc. through its HEALTH Plus Project conducted the first bi-monthly team meeting for the year on February 24, 2020 to present and discuss various accomplishments, issues, concerns and opportunities with the existing partners, in the region through public bidding and the preparation for the implementation of the Universal Health Care Law. With these, everyone were reminded of the core values of the project – teamwork, leadership, commitment, integrity and excellence – that must be observed at all times while working interdependently with the patients, partners, suppliers, communities and other stakeholders.
The team leaders from the nine HPSiS reported their respective
hospital admissions, served and unserved prescriptions, sales, tracking of
account receivables as well as gaps and challenges. These accomplishments,
challenges and opportunities will help the team to strategize and position the
project as it continues to live on its vision to increase the access of the
poor and indigent communities on the safe, effective and affordable
pharmaceutical products and devices in the region.
The meeting ended with the challenge to scale up personally, the team
and the project as government partner on the technical assistance and partner
in the implementation of its different projects on health services to its
constituents. With these, personal and professional training and development
were set to be conducted within the year to further strengthen and improve the
existing operations and processes.
Mahintana Foundation, Inc., represented by
Project Officer Mr. Jeric Amparo. participated the Gender and Development
Planning and Budgeting Training at DILG Office, Municipal Hall, T’boli, South
Cotabato last February 24, 2020.
The said training aims to orient the new portal system of the submission of GAD Accomplishment of 2019, and Budget and Plans for 2021. The DILG Province Representative discussed and reviewed the structure of the members of the GAD Focal Point System and Technical Working Group.
As one of the continuing partners of Mahintana Foundation, Inc., the Unified Engineering Workers Multi-Purpose Cooperative (UEWMPC) conducted a tree growing activity on February 22, 2020 at 108B field gully, Prk. Pagkakaisa, Brgy. Maligo, Polomolok, South Cotabato. At least 45 cooperative staff along with the project officer of MFI joined who planted 150 hills of bamboo (150 hills) and 100 hills of forest trees were planted in between the constructed indigenous stone dikes at the same area.
Foundation, Inc. (MFI) conducted an evaluation on the proposed plating
area of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) XII at Barrio
6 (6.477228° N, 124.883349° E), Brgy. Concepcion, Koronadal City on February 20,
agency requested a total of 500 seedlings of bamboo to be planted at the
abovementioned site on March 17, 2020.
Mahintana Foundation thru the RESOURCEGov 2 was invited to present during the South Cotabato Provincial Development Council- Institutional Development Committee (PDC IDC) meeting on February 19, 2020. Representing the CSDO-SC, Project Manager Mr. Roel Ian Blanker shared the project interventions and accomplishments. This is an initiative for the upscaling data management system thru civic tech tools.