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Sectoral Concerns Office

Annual Accomplishment report


 ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT 2013

January – December 2013

SECTORAL CONCERN OFFICE

 

I.        TRANSPORT SECTOR/ADVOCACY

            KASAMA LAGUNA (TODA)

a.        “Kinse Kumpleto Serbisyo Publiko Program of Hon. Gov. Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan was formally introduced to the KASAMA Laguna. K2  includes the Health (Orange card), scholarship, livelihood, agriculture etc

 

·         Mr. Rick Abina of Nagcarlan, Laguna was elected as President of the Association.

·         Series of meetings and consultation was also conducted to the different local TODA from 1st to 4th district. Discussed the issues and concern of the different local TODA such as terminal, traffic laws and regulation, issuance of franchise, membership and election of  TODA Officers.

·         Conducted its Annual General Assembly for the TODA Federated in each town  of the province and sponsored by the Governor Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan.

 

b.      KASAMA-KA Inc.

·         The KASAMA KA was  TODA Federation in Calamba City. Series of meetings and consultation was conducted to discuss the issues and concern of the local TODA.

·         Issues discussed was the registration to CTFRB, City Ordinance of the issuance of franchise, traffic, terminal and others.

·         They also conducted the feeding program to some  areas located at Calamba city.

 

c.       KAPODA (Kapisanan  ng Pedicab  Operator and Driver Ass.)

Series of meetings were conducted to the different PODA, to wit;

 

·         TPPODA, VCPODA, BSPA, TREPODA, BSPA, CMTPODA, NASPODA, MAPODA, OLTG                       UPMPA,SMPA, PBS PODA, CABPEA MPC, series of meetings to all members who participated in the internal program of the federation regarding insurance pension policy of the KAPODA in partnership within Trusteeship Plans, Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

·         NASPODA

Continuous recording and updating of monthly  contribution from 1st, 2nd district and individual record of PODA members in the said districts. With the help of Sec. Reynell Dandan and Pres. of NASPODA Saturnino Sagrado.

They updated all the records of 10 local organizations  in Sta. Rosa City, Binan and Calamba. They allowed the individual Membership Form and Bookbind of 5 local membership forms containing almost 500 individuals.

 

            D. Lists of Organization/Association  who has been registered to SEC;

                        1. Samahan ng Manininda at Maggugulay sa Paterno St., Brgy. II-D                                                CN201219871 , 11/06/12, Brgy, San Gabriel, San Pablo City

2. Makabagong Sipag TODA(MASIPAG TODA0 Inc. CN201220417 11/08/12, Brgy.             Banca-banca, Nagcarlan, Laguna

                        3. Sta. Veronica-San Pablo City TODA (SVSPC TODA Inc.) CN201220951 11/16/12,                         Brgy. Sta. Veronica, San Pablo City   

                        4. Kanto Aglipay TODA (KATODA) Inc. CN 201222445 12/07/12, Avenida Rizal,                              Poblacion II, Nagcarlan, Laguna

                        5. Tecahers Spouses and dependents Ass. (TSpade) Inc.R CN 201222446                                         12/12/12/ Sn. Pedro Cmpnd. San Isidro Vil, Los Banos, Laguna

                        6. MAsapang Manaol TODA (MAMATODA) Inc. CN201302942 02/18/13 Brgy.                               MAsapang, Victoria, Laguna

                        7.SAmahang Magkakapit-bisig ng Brgy. San Agustin, nc. CN201302940 02/22/13                          Brgy. San Agustin, Alaminos, Laguna

8.Centennial Townhimes PODA (CTH PODA) Inc.CN 201304349 03/05/13 B4l62 Centennial Ywonhome, San isidro, Cabuyao, Laguna

9. Sitio Barera TODA (SBTOD) Inc. CN201304353 03/08/13 Sitio BArera, Calamba City.

10. Celetine Homes Marinig PODA (CEMAHPODA) Inc. CN201304354 03/08/13 Celestine Homes, Brgy. MArinig, Cabuyao, Laguna

11. Raymundo, Batong Malake TODA (RBM TODA Inc.) CN201305360 03/22/13  F.O. Santos St. Raymundo, Los Banos, Laguna

12. Samahang ng Mangingisda sa Butong Inc. CN 201308146 04/26/13, Brgy. Butong, Cabuyao, Laguna

13. SITMCS TODA, Sito 1, Malbanan, Sto. Angel TODA San Pablo City

14. SLB TODA- San Rafael, Liempo Republic, Bienpes TODA

15. S.F.C.F, San Francisco, Calihan, Farcoville TODA, San Pablo City

16. S.S.D.A. – Sto. Nino, Caliham, Farcoville TODA, San Pablo City

17. S.s.c.h., Sito 1, San Gabriel, City High TODA, San Pablo City

18. San Lucas II/ Spring Hieght TODA, San Pablo City

19. S.B.P., San Lucas I/ Bliss Marino , Pilar St., TODA, San Pablo City

20. F.S.G.D. , Flores St., San Gregorio, Pulo TODA,San Pablo CIty

21. Mag-iisda- Samahan ng Mag-iisda sa Palengke, San Pablo CIty

22. Ilog-Saluyan TODA, San Pablo City

23. Night Market, San Pablo City Night Market Vendors Ass., San Pablo CIty

24. S.B.P., San Lucas, Bliss Drive, Pilar St., San Pablo City

25. F.R.P., Flores St., Rizal Ave. St., Plaza TODA, San Pablo City

26. PAT – Paterno St. Aglipay, Teomora TODA, San Pablo City

27. PASADA – Paradahan ng Samahan ng Damayan TODA, San Pablo CIty

28. A-DLSP, A-PUS, Dalubhasaan sa Lungsod ng San Pablo

29. BBMH -,Bagong Bayan, Maharlika highway TODA, San Pablo City

30. P.R.M. , M. Paulino St., Regidor St., Metrobank TODA, San Pablo City

31. B.R. N.P, Bonifacio St., Rizal Avenue Night Plaza TODA, San Pablo City

33. MLC – M. Paulino St. Liceo, Cathedral TODA, San Pablo City, San Pablo CIty

 

Ammendments of by-laws

1.       San Antonio Pavilio Puregold TODA, Binan, Laguna

Sec Reportorial – GIS/FS

1.       Sta. Rosa City Active TODA, Sta. Rosa City

2.       United Lowlands of Liliw- FS

3.       Makiling St. Cuidad Verde Ass. – SEC Registration, Calamba City

4.       United Three Barangay, Calamba City – SEC Reportorial Requirements

 

II. URBAN POOR SECTOR

            The Sectoral Concern Office has been facilitated  and assisted the following Urban Poor Organization:

            1. Damayang Agrikultura sa Daniw Inc. (DADI), Brgy. Daniw, Victoria, Laguna

Mr. Zaldy Bobit was coordinating to the owner of  lot for proposed fish pond. This was to give them  permission to built the fish pond. Until now, the proposed fish pond was still under negotiation.

 

            2. KAIBA- San Miguel, Pila, Laguna

                        The initial harvest  of Tilapya  were up to 80 kilos. According to Mr. Nacion,it was                        only a          sample harvest, wherein they earned 4, 000 pesos. The remaining tilapia                          will be harvest on Dec. 2012.

 

            3. Agrikulturang Teknolohiya para sa Ekolohiya Inc. (ATE) Siniloan, Laguna

The association requested  to the Municipal Mayor  Acero  to  assist the association  to their registration  to SEC. They plant giant bamboo, pina and fruit bearing trees. They have a target date of harvest on the month of February 2013.The Mayor has also construct shelter for meeting venue ( Bahay Pulungan) for their continuous monitoring of  the beneficiaries.     

           

4. Samahang Maralita ng Calios, Brgy. Calios, Sta. Cruz, Laguna

                        They are now waiting for their request of fingerlings to FAES, They were advised                          to wait for  at      least one month because the fingerlings was not yet ready to                                 release. The association was not able to  register to SEC because they cannot                            comply to the requirements needed for the            registration to CDA and HLURB.

 

            5. Tulong  Sakahan sa Laguna MPC, Brgy. Liyang, Siniloan, Laguna

Continouos organizing  and monitoring of the livelihood program like the Enchanted Recreational Bamboo. Assisted the association in looking for assistance in the Municipality of Siniloan with regards to their request of “Farm to Market Road from Brgy. Liyang up to Sitio Binaytuan. Received the Certificate  of Good Standing from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) last 2nd Quarter of the 2013. Received also seedlings from the Provincial Government thru DA seedlings such as giant bamboo, kalamansi, pina and fruit bearing trees.

                       

            6. Brgy. Bambang, Los Banos, Laguna – The association was hardly affected by flood                               cause by habagat rain. The water was up above the knee. The members were at                          the             evacuation center/school at Los Banos. The organization needs for a re-                            organization because the existing members were not cooperating anymore. They                     will form a new committee that will assist for their registration to      HLURB. They                           will give names that will appropriate to the objective of the association.

 

            7. Samahang Magsasaka’t Mangingisda ng Kalikasan, Brgy. Calios, Sta. Cruz, Laguna

                        The association was at the stage of coordinating tom FAES for their request of                              fingerlings. According to FAES, the fingerlings was not yet ready to released.

           

            8. Damayan ng Maralita sa Palayan (DAMPA) Inc. Brgy. Duhat, Sta. Cruz, Laguna

Mr. June Espinar was the elected president , they have already harvested the seedlings given by FAEZ. The seedlings were kamatis, mustasa and ampalaya. Many members were benefited on third seedlings like okra, ampalaya and sitaw beans.        There is a good harvest on the said seedlings. The      group was not affected by the habagat rain.

 

            9. Samahang Maralita ng Pook Duhat Inc. Sitio MAunlad, pook, Duhat, Sta. Cruz,                                      Laguna

                        The association was affected by the habagat rains, some members were at the                            evacuation center for almost 2 months. Last October, when they get back home,                          the association was planning to have a livelihood program for the members.

 

            10. Magsasaka Mangingisda Nagkkakaisa sa CAlios  (MANANACA Brgy. CAlios, Sta. Cruz,                                    Laguna)

                        The president was Mr. Hilario Bungol. The association has their existing                                        proposed livelihood fish pond. It was located near the lakeshore. Series of                                     meetings and consultation was conducted for the formulation of the said                                          program.

 

            11. Kabuhayan Sa BAHAI (KASABA) Brgy. Banca banca, Victoria, Laguna

The association was requesting for alivelihood program. MR. Rudy Ibarrientos was the President. The association has already spotted a vacant lot ideal for putting  up a fish pond. They want to have at least  2fish pond which has a lot area of 10x15 sq m and a total lot area of 300 sq. M. They should have first request to the PGL to used the back hoe for the construction of the fish pond.

 

            12. Binan, Pagsanjan, Laguna

                        Mr. Enrico Dante, President of the Cabanbanan-BInan Urban Poor Ass. The name                         of the       association were only temporary. The place of the association was also                             slightly affected  by the  Habagat rains. They are now recruiting more members                              so that they can earned funds to be used for their registration to HLURB.

 

            13. Pinagbayanan FARM Workers Inc.

                        SCO visited the proposed fishponf of PInagbayanan FARM Worker. They have                               agreed to put up the fish pond  on the month of Dec. 2012. They already cleaned                         the place and      can disposed fiengrlings of tilapia. There was a proposal to put a                           net around the fish pond. This is to give protection to fingerlings.

 

14. KKKMP -    conducted a monthly meeting on January 25, 2013, in over all they have a 13 municipalities in the province of Laguna , Sta. Cruz, Mabitac, Pila, Majayjay, Cavinti, Paete, Siniloan, Lumban, Famy and others.. The association has 119 officers; while the members were almost 1,000. They were in the process of registration to SEC.

 

Other activites conducted were Libreng Gupit, Feeding Program, Orange Card and Medical Mission, Job’s Fair, Clean and Green Program.

 

The SCO has participated the Cooperative Week conducted last October 23-26, 2012. Some groups/ association were given  an opportunity  to present/display their  products.

           

           

                        1. Tulong Sakahan Sa Laguna MPC  - Enchanted  recreational Bamboo (ERB) Stem

                        2. Candies KABUHAYAN sa BAHAI (KASABA) Brgy. Banca-banca, Victoria, Laguna

                                    Coordinated with Samahang Kabuhayan sa BAHAI, an association of                                              Neighborhood to have their livelihood program

           

 

 

III. FISHERFOLK SECTOR

 

A.      LAGUNA INTEGRATED FARMC

 

·         LIFARMC Monthly meeting – was conducted every month. This was to evaluate and report the accomplishment of each lake.

 

·         September 29, 2013 the Bantay Lawa Honorarium for January – June 2013 amounting to P 1,000.00 each month for six months was given to the Bantay Lawa of Laguna Lake , 95 beneficiaries and 35 Bantay Lawa from Seven Lakes FARMC.  It was facilitated by the Hon. Gov.  Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estegan.

 

·         March , 2013, the Bantay Lawa Honorarium for July – December 2012 amounting to P 1,000.00 each month for six months was given to the Bantay Lawa of Laguna Lake , 95 beneficiaries and 35 Bantay Lawa from Seven Lakes FARMC. It was facilitated by the Hon. Gov.  Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estegan.

 

·         Towns badly affected by the flood due to the Habagat Rains : Sta. Cruz, Pila, Victoria, Paete, Laguna.

 

·         Distribution of Bantay Lawa Patrol Boat to the 17 municipalities were conducted Last March 2012, wherein, 17 of the Coastal towns received the Patrol Boat.

            Seven Lakes San Pablo FARMC

 

·         Conducted the fishpen/fishcage operators registration on CY 2011-2012 with the participation of the LLDA, to wit;

 

Name of lake

No. Of registered

Palakpakin Lake

85

Calibato Lake

49

Mojicap Lake

25

Pandin Lake

14

Yambu Lake

03

Bunot Lake

75

Sampaloc Lake

163

 

 

 

Seven Lakes Bantay Lawa  (LCO) Mtng.

·         The meeting was conducted every Tuesday, wherein it discuss the activities and the programs of the Seven Lakes FARMC including the schedule of registration fishcage/fishpen through the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA).

 

·         Bantay Lawa said that even though they received only small amount of honorarium from the Provincial Government they were happy and continuously doing their duties as Bantay Lawa.

 

·         Conducted the Tilapya Festival at Sampaloc lake, on May 2013, Series of Activities and programs were conducted during the event which includes the sportsfest, boat racing and parade.

 

IV. LABOR SECTOR

Major Activities and Accomplishment of the LLMC in the year 2013

The Laguna Labor Management Council Inc. (LLMC) successfully held its 3rd Convention last Sept. 23, 2013 at Luisa Ridge, Bucal, Calamba City.

The objective of the convention was to undertake convergence work favourably as embodied in its theme “Tripartism Towards  Economic Growth and Industrial Competitiveness”. It also aims to nurture cooperation for the mutual interest workers, business sector, government and the public in general.

Highlights of the program where the following:

·         Opening message by Hon. Zenaida A. Campita, R.D. of DOLE RIV-A

·         Achievements of LLMCi presented by Mr. Engelbert Lasang, Vice Chairman for Labor of LLMC and union president of Monde Nissin Corp.

·         Talk on Economic Achievements and program of the Provincial Government og Laguna by Atty. Leonardo M. Ragaza, Jr., Provincial Administrator of Laguna.

·         Keynote speech on Industrial Competitiveness for Economic Growth by Mr. Virgilio P. Fulgencio, Executive Director of center for Industrial Competitiveness, DTI.

·         Review of TIPC and Highlights of Republic Act No. 10395 An Act Strengthening Tripartism by Ms. Milagros Mata, Director of DOLE-Laguna Provincial Office and Chairperson of LLMCI

·         Oath taking of the new officers of LLMCI for the years 2013-2015 offciciated by Hon. Zenaida Campita.

 

The Convention was formally closed at 4:30 pm with a meaningful and

Encouraging message by Atty. Delia Uy, Vice-chairperson for Management of LLMCI and HR Director of JX Nippon and Metal Phils. Inc.

 

The Convention hall was filed to capacity by 185 representatives of workers, management and government.

 

The occasion was graced by the surprise appearance of Ms. Chariz Pempengco who delighted the participants with  a lovely song. Adding excitement as well as the raffle of various items donated by companies and Gov. Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan, who donated the major prizes consists of android phones and tablets.

 

LLMC Training Seminar April 20-21, 2013, Arisabel Clubhouse, Los Banos, Laguna. The officers of the LLMC held a Trainers Training Seminar on April 20-21, 22, 2013. The particular objectives of the seminar are the following:

 

·         Develop and create a Team of Trainors in LLMC

·         Equip the potential Officers of the council in conducting various seminar at plant level in various companies in Laguna.

·         Enhance more knowledge of the provisions of the Labor Code of the Phil. On labor relations and standards and other related guidelines and DOLE Department Orders.

·         The importance of Labor Management Cooperation;

·         Learn the basic concept of conflict resolutions management and resolution. The Major topics include the following; types of conflict, conflict resolution techniques, principled negotiation and leaders conflict resolution. The methods employed were lecture, audio visual presentation, workshop and practical exercises.

 

The second session, held at the Conference Room of DOLE RIV-A, dealt with the following topics:

·         Introduction Labor Law

·         Labor Standards Law

·         Employment   of Private Agencies

·         Type of Workers

·         Labor relations Law

·         Termination of Employment

·         Venue and prescription of Labor –related Actions

 

LLMC LABOR SECTOR MEETING

 

            1. The LLMC Labor Representatives, headed by Mr. Gary Aguilar of Toyota                                   Autoparts Labor Union, held a meeting last Sept. 28, 2013 at WODP                                  Conference             Room of DOLE, Calamba City.

            2. The meeting was resulted in the plan of the group to hold a Workers Forum on                        October 12 with the purpose of discussing and sharing various issues and                          concerns of workers related to labor standards, wages and workers                               rights. A major issue by the group is the wage Order No. 15 in the region,                                 particularly the implementation of the Php 12.50 conditional allowance                           and the 2nd tier-productivity Incentive Bonus.

            3. The group will also study the proposal to  conduct a dialogue/symposium with                          the ILO-ASIA regarding the Decent Work Agenda sometime late this year                                or early next year.

 

 

V. BARBERS SECTORS

            LIBRENG GUPIT

·         Libreng gupit was also conducted at Pagsanjan, Laguna last June at the Pagsanjan Town Plaza. 5 barbers from participated the event and almost 300 students and individuals benefited on it. A honorarium of 1,000.00 for the ten (10) barbers were given to them.

 

·         The Laguna Barbers also started their plan of activities, wherein, they are now in the process of registration to SEC, and will need sufficient funds for the registration. The members agreed that they will conduct contribution from the members.

 

·         Series of meetings and consultation was done for the monitoring and the re-organizing of the different barber association on the province.

 

 

VI. THIRD SEX (GAY SECTOR)

 

·         Since the start of 2012, the SCO has been organizing the Third Sex/Gay sector. This is done by the series of consultation and meetings from the 1st to 4th district in Laguna.

 

·         The towns were the following, including their President:

1. Siniloan Youth Gays Ass. Siniloan, Laguna – Rodrigo Ladiana Valdez, Jr.

2. Gay Alliance of Western Pakil, Pakil, Laguna –

3. The Nightiangle Gay Alliance , Mabitac, Laguna – Jeremias K. Chavez

4. Calauan Gay Ass., Calauan, Laguna – Reynaldo Villegas

5. GANDA V, Victoria, Laguna –  Lala Ramos

6. Cavinti Gay Federation,Cavinti, Laguna – Lorlan Notario

7. Gay Association of Lumban, Lumban, Laguna – Ronaldo Aben

8. Marilag Gay Ass. , Sta.. Maria, Laguna –

9. Alaminos Gay Ass. –Alaminos, Laguna – Lito Barbie Contreras

10. Les Mujeres de Pagsanjan, Pagsanjan, Laguna – Gary Viveka Medina

11.Los Banos Gay Ass., Los Banos, Laguna – Jhay R. Mundin

12. Kalayaan Gay Ass., Kalayaan, Laguna – Johaness Paula M. Diestro

13. Luisiana Gay Ass., Luisiana, Laguna –Virgleen Delgado

14. Mabitac Divas, Mabitac, Laguna -  Ferdie Eliseo

15. Famy Gay Ass., Famy, Laguna – Tristan Kaharian

16. Starbacks Gay Organization of Pangil, Pangil, Laguna – Jayson Baliwas

17. Paete Gay Ass. Paete, Laguna – Regan Madrigal

18. LIKHA ((Layunin, Isalin, Kamtin, Hangarain, Adhikain), Magdalena, Laguna

            Charlon Malora

19. LLPGA (Linga, Labuin, Aplaya, Pila Gay Ass.) Pila, Laguna Petchie Espinosa

20. Gay Alliance Movement of Calamba, Calamba, Laguna – Erickson Bagsaw

21. Binan-Kapita-pitagan’s Gay Ass. Of Binan, Binan, Laguna – Nicole Juico

22. Nagcarlan Gay Ass. – Eddie Rupena

23. Cabuyao Gay Ass. , Cabuyao, Laguna – Joshua Hermano

24. Sta. Rosa Gay Ass. – Sta. Rosa, Laguna – Annie Laserna

25. Liliw Gay Ass., Liliw, Laguna- Arnold Lugada

26. San Pablo City – Basil Amado

27. Majayjay Gay Ass. –

28.  Riazl Gay Ass. – Alberto Isles

29. Sta. Cruz Gay As. – Delfin Ramos

 

            Other Activities conducted on the Gay Sector

            October 11, 2013

LAGUNA GAY DAY – Project of Gay Alliance of Laguna held at the Cultural Center, SCL. A total of 510 gay members attended coming from the 26 municipalities and 3 cities. It was a whole day affair,  the programs include the awarding of the most Outstanding Gay Association, Most Outstanding Gay President and Most Outstanding Gay Member.

Most Outstanding Gay Association –  DAMAS de ANAKALANG Gay Association – 96% , received a total amount of P 10,000.00. Nominees come from the interview and documentation process submitted. Judges were Ms. Josefina Delas Armas from CHEST Center (HIV Clinic), Maris Barica from DSWD (Orange Card Team.

Most Outstanding President – Mr. Lorlan Nitario, from Cavinti, Laguna was  chosen thru election of the Officers.

                        Most Outstanding Gay Members – Gay Association of Cavinti.

July 5 – Tie up program thru PESO Laguna, Job’s Fair as requested by GAL thru PESO Office at Basketball Court. There was 80 participants attended. Tie up program thru DSWD Orange Card Team at Municipal Hall Pangil. 75 participants attended the validation.

July 19 – Orange Card at Magdalena- 102 attended the validation of the Orange Card. While there are 64 clients participated the Jobs Fair.

August 9 – Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Maahas, Los Banos (JOB Fair) thru thru the request of GAL Committee Jay R Mundin.

August 6 – Tie up  program with PESO Office at Brgy. Lumot CAvinti, Laguna thru the request of Cavinti Gay Ass., Pres. Lorlan Nitario. 210 applicants attended the event.

August 19 –  JOBs Fair -Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Maahas, Los Banos, Laguna, thru the request of GAL Working Committee, Jay R Mundin at Brgy. Maahas.  A total of 430 applicants participated the activity.

August 6 -  JOBs Fair -Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Lumot, Cavinti  thru the request of Cavinti Gay  Pres. Lorlan Nitario, 210 applicants attended.

October 20, 2013 – Tanghalang Bayenos, Bay, Laguna - Mass Oath taking and Launching of ER Computer Mobile. 450 Youth from the towns of Magdaena, Calauan, Los Banos take their Oath as member of the Epektibo at Responsableng Kabataan. The Officers and members of the Market Vendors Ass., Samahan ng Maghahalaman ng Los Banos at Bay, E.R. Text clan from the different district of Laguna also conducted their oath taking ceremony.

December 10-11, 2013 – Laguna Gay Olympics held at Provincial Capitol Grounds, Sta. Cruz, Laguna. One of the main events of the activity is boxing which was held at the Festival Ground. There are 600 members/gays participated. Sports were basketball, boxing, track and field/relay and volleyball.

 

 

Other Concerns

 

·         The Sectoral Concern Office provides medical assistance to the beneficiaries/sectors who needs assistance on their hospital and medical bills.

 

·         As of now there is a continuous operation on the distribution of Christmas gift packs to the different sectors. This was also in coordination with the Public Affairs Offices thru Mr. Gener Dimaranan.

 

·         Provide also financial assistance to the beneficiaries/sectors who needs assistance on their burial, Medical assistance and hospital bills.

 

 

Prepared by:

                                                                                               

                                                                                                EMELYN S. DIMARANAN

Admin. Asst. VI

            Noted by:

 

                ANGELITO T. BOMBAY

                Executive Assistant IV

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

January – December 2013

 

I.        TRANSPORT SECTOR/ADVOCACY

            KASAMA LAGUNA (TODA)

“Kinse Kumpleto Serbisyo Publiko Program of Hon. Gov. Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan was formally introduced to the KASAMA Laguna. K2  includes the Health (Orange card), scholarship, livelihood, agriculture etc

 

·         Mr. Rick Abina of Nagcarlan, Laguna was elected as President of the Association.

·         Series of meetings and consultation was also conducted to the different local TODA from 1st to 4th district. Discussed the issues and concern of the different local TODA such as terminal, traffic laws and regulation, issuance of franchise, membership and election of  TODA Officers.

·         Conducted its Annual General Assembly for the TODA Federated in each town of the province sponsored by the Governor Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan.

 

D. Lists of Organization/Association  who has been registered to SEC;

 

            33 Local TODA were registered to SEC, comes from

 

No.

Towns

Numbers of TODA registered

1

San Pablo

21

2

Nagcarlan

2

3

Los Banos

2

4

Victoria

1

5

Alaminos

1

6

Cabuyao

3

7

Calamba

3

8

Binan

2

9

Sta. Rosa

1

 

 

 

II.      URBAN POOR SECTOR

The SCO has been facilitated and assisted the following Urban Poor organization:

 

 

Nos. of Urban Poor Organization/association

1st District

 

2nd district

1

3rd district

4

4th district

17

Total

22

 

KKKMP - conducted a monthly meeting on January 25, 2013, in over all they have a 13 municipalities in the province of Laguna , Sta. Cruz, Mabitac, Pila, Majayjay, Cavinti, Paete, Siniloan, Lumban, Famy and others.. The association has 119 officers; while the members were almost 1,000. They were in the process of registration to SEC.

 

Other activities conducted were Libreng Gupit, Feeding Program, Orange Card and Medical Mission, Job’s Fair, Clean and Green Program.

 

The SCO has participated the Cooperative Week conducted last October 23-26, 2012. Some groups/ association were given  an opportunity  to present/display their  products.

           

           

                        1. Tulong Sakahan Sa Laguna MPC  - Enchanted  recreational                     Bamboo (ERB) Stem

                        2. Candies KABUHAYAN sa BAHAI (KASABA) Brgy. Banca-banca,                 Victoria, Laguna

                        Coordinated with Samahang Kabuhayan sa BAHAI, an association               of         Neighborhood to have their livelihood program

           

III. FISHERFOLK SECTOR

 

B.      LAGUNA INTEGRATED FARMC

 

·         LIFARMC Regular Monthly meeting – was conducted every month. This was to evaluate and report the accomplishment of each lake.

 

·         September 29, 2013 the Bantay Lawa Honorarium for January – June 2013 amounting to P 1,000.00 each month for six months was given to the Bantay Lawa of Laguna Lake , 95 beneficiaries and 35 Bantay Lawa from Seven Lakes FARMC.  It was facilitated by the Hon. Gov.  Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estegan.

 

·         March , 2013, the Bantay Lawa Honorarium for July – December 2012 amounting to P 1,000.00 each month for six months was given to the Bantay Lawa of Laguna Lake , 95 beneficiaries and 35 Bantay Lawa from Seven Lakes FARMC. It was facilitated by the Hon. Gov.  Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estegan.

 

·         Towns badly affected by the flood due to the Habagat Rains : Sta. Cruz, Pila, Victoria, Paete, Laguna.

 

·         Distribution of Bantay Lawa Patrol Boat to the 17 municipalities were conducted Last March 2012, wherein, 17 of the Coastal towns received the Patrol Boat.

            Seven Lakes San Pablo FARMC

 

·         Conducted the fishpen/fishcage operators registration on CY 2011-2012 with the participation of the LLDA, to wit;

 

Name of lake

No. Of registered

Palakpakin Lake

85

Calibato Lake

49

Mojicap Lake

25

Pandin Lake

14

Yambu Lake

03

Bunot Lake

75

Sampaloc Lake

163

 

 

 

Seven Lakes Bantay Lawa  (LCO) Mtng.

·         The meeting was conducted every Tuesday, wherein it discuss the activities and the programs of the Seven Lakes FARMC including the schedule of registration fishcage/fishpen through the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA).

 

·         Bantay Lawa said that even though they received only small amount of honorarium from the Provincial Government they were happy and continuously doing their duties as Bantay Lawa.

 

·         Conducted the Tilapya Festival at Sampaloc lake, on May 2013, Series of Activities and programs were conducted during the event which includes the Sportsfest, boat racing and parade.

 

 

IV. LABOR SECTOR

Major Activities and Accomplishment of the LLMC in the year 2013

1.       The Laguna Labor Management Council Inc. (LLMC) successfully held its 3rd Convention last Sept. 23, 2013 at Luisa Ridge, Bucal, Calamba City.

The objective of the convention was to undertake convergence work favourably as embodied in its theme “Tripartism Towards  Economic Growth and Industrial Competitiveness”. It also aims to nurture cooperation for the mutual interest workers, business sector, government and the public in general.

Highlights of the program where the following:

·         Opening message by Hon. Zenaida A. Campita, R.D. of DOLE RIV-A

·         Achievements of LLMCi presented by Mr. Engelbert Lasang, Vice Chairman for Labor of LLMC and union president of Monde Nissin Corp.

·         Awardings of certificates to participants of the series of Continuing Labor Education Seminar (CLES) held from July to September.

·         Presentation on Work Motivation by Bro. James Nicolas, Preacher, Light of Jesus Family.

·         Talk on Economic Achievements and program of the Provincial Government og Laguna by Atty. Leonardo M. Ragaza, Jr., Provincial Administrator of Laguna.

·         Keynote speech on Industrial Competitiveness for Economic Growth by Mr. Virgilio P. Fulgencio, Executive Director of center for Industrial Competitiveness, DTI.

·         Best practice on Labor Management Cooperation (LMC) at Enchanted Kingdom presented by Mr. Ricky Paelmo.

·         Talk on the Role and Benefits of Workers in Tripartism and Economic Growth by Mr. Efren A. Aranzamendez, National President of Confederation of Free Workers.

·         Review of TIPC and Highlights of Republic Act No. 10395 An Act Strengthening Tripartism by Ms. Milagros Mata, Director of DOLE-Laguna Provincial Office and Chairperson of LLMCI

·         Oath taking of the new officers of LLMCI for the years 2013-2015 officiated by Hon. Zenaida Campita.

 

The Convention was represented by a total number of 185 representatives from  workers, management and government sector.

Adding excitement as well as the raffle of various items donated by companies and Gov. Jeorge E.R. Ejercito Estregan, who donated the major prizes consists of android phones and tablets.

 

 

2.       LLMC Training Seminar April 20-21, 2013, Arisabel Clubhouse, Los Banos, Laguna. The officers of the LLMC held a Trainers Training Seminar wherein  particular objectives of the seminar are the following:

 

·         Develop and create a Team of Trainors in LLMC

·         Equip the potential Officers of the council in conducting various seminar at plant level in various companies in Laguna.

·         Enhance more knowledge of the provisions of the Labor Code of the Phil. On labor relations and standards and other related guidelines and DOLE Department Orders.

·         The importance of Labor Management Cooperation;

·         Learn the basic concept of conflict resolutions management and resolution. The Major topics include the following; types of conflict, conflict resolution techniques, principled negotiation and leaders conflict resolution. The methods employed were lecture, audio visual presentation, workshop and practical exercises.

 

The second session, held at the Conference Room of DOLE RIV-A, dealt with the following topics:

·         Introduction Labor Law

·         Labor Standards Law

·         Employment   of Private Agencies

·         Type of Workers

·         Labor relations Law

·         Termination of Employment

·         Venue and prescription of Labor –related Actions

VI. THIRD SEX (GAY SECTOR)

 

·         Since the start of 2012, the SCO has been organizing the Third Sex/Gay sector. This is done by the series of consultation and meetings from the 1st to 4th district in Laguna.

 

·         The towns were the following, including their President:

1st district

San Pedro – Crestituto Recamora

Binan – Rolando Nicodemus

Sta. Rosa – Aniceto LAcerna

 

2nd District

Cabuyao – Jose Hermano

Los Banos – Joel Espiritu

Bay – Anthony San Miguel

Victoria -  Jesus Evangelista

 

 

3rd district

San Pablo –  Basil Amado

Nagcarlan –Eduardo Ruperez

Liliw – Anthony Laguerta

Rizal – Alberto Isles, Jr.

Alaminos – Kharla Punzalan

Majayjay –

 Calauan – Reynaldo Villegas

 

4th District

Pila – perfecto Espinosa

Sta. Cruz – Delfin Ramos

Pagsanjan – Gary Medina

Lumban – Arnold Baldemora

Kalayaan – Johans Paul Diestro

Paete – Franklin Tulalian

Pakil – Genr Piandong

Pangil – Jayson Baliwas

Siniloan –  Rodrigo Valdez

MAbitac –  Jeremiah Chaves

Sta. Maria – Mai Mai Dimaano

Famy –  Tristan Kaharian

Luisiana – Rodolfo M. Manolas, Jr.

Cavinti – Lorlan Notario

Magdalena – Celedonio Torres

Other Activities conducted on the Gay Sector

            October 11, 2013

LAGUNA GAY DAY – Project of Gay Alliance of Laguna held at the Cultural Center, SCL. A total of 510 gay members attended coming from the 26 municipalities and 3 cities. Some gay members displayed their talents during programs. They also conducted the awarding of the most Outstanding Gay Association, Most Outstanding Gay President and Most Outstanding Gay Member.

Most Outstanding Gay Association –  DAMAS de ANAKALANG Gay Association – 96% , received a total amount of P 10,000.00. Nominees come from the interview and documentation process submitted. Judges were Ms. Josefina Delas Armas from CHEST Center (HIV Clinic), Maris Barica from DSWD (Orange Card Team.

Most Outstanding President – Mr. Lorlan Nitario, from Cavinti, Laguna. Chosen thru election of the GAL Officers.

                        Most Outstanding Gay Members – Gay Association of Cavinti.

July 5 – Tie up program thru PESO Laguna, Job’s Fair as requested by GAL thru PESO Office at Basketball Court. There was 80 participants attended. Tie up program thru DSWD Orange Card Team at Municipal Hall Pangil. 75 participants attended the validation.

July 19 – Orange Card at Magdalena- 102 attended the validation of the Orange Card. While there are 64 clients participated the Jobs Fair.

August 9 – Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Maahas, Los Banos (JOB Fair) thru the request of GAL Committee Jay R Mundin.

August 6 – Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Lumot Cavinti, Laguna thru the request of Cavinti Gay Ass., Pres. Lorlan Nitario. 210 applicants attended the event.

August 19 –  JOBs Fair -Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Maahas, Los Banos, Laguna, thru the request of GAL Working Committee, Jay R Mundin at Brgy. Maahas.  A total of 430 applicants participated the activity.

August 6 -  JOBs Fair -Tie up program with PESO Office at Brgy. Lumot, Cavinti  thru the request of Cavinti Gay  Pres. Lorlan Nitario, 210 applicants attended.

October 20, 2013 – Tanghalang Bayenos, Bay, Laguna - Mass Oath taking and Launching of ER Computer Mobile. 450 Youth from the towns of Magdaena, Calauan, Los Banos take their Oath as member of the Epektibo at Responsableng Kabataan. The Officers and members of the Market Vendors Ass., Samahan ng Maghahalaman ng Los Banos at Bay, E.R. Text clan from the different district of Laguna also conducted their oath taking ceremony.

December 10-11, 2013 – Laguna Gay Olympics held at Provincial Capitol Grounds, Sta. Cruz, Laguna. One of the main events of the activity is boxing which was held at the Festival Ground. There are 600 members/gays participated. Sports were basketball, boxing, track and field/relay and volleyball.