Archive for May, 2013


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Na-publish noong May 30, 2013

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Bilang pagdiriwang ng ating ika-112 Araw ng Lalawigan ng Rizal sa ika-11 ng Hunyo, 2013
magkakaroon po tayo ng malawakang…

MEDICAL AND DENTAL MISSION
mula 8:00 am-2:00 pm

sa apat (4) na pampublikong ospital (secondary)
– Rizal Provincial Hospital System (RPHS) – Morong Main
– RPHS Angono Annex (Angono General Hospital) at Brgy. San Isidro, Angono
– RPHS Antipolo Annex (Antipolo District Hospital) at Sitio Imelda, Brgy. Dela Paz, Antipolo
– RPHS San Mateo-Montalban Annex at Brgy. Burgos, Montalban

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/Manda Icasiano, Public Information Office/Angono, Rizal

 

JUNE 11, 2013 was declared by Malacañan Palace as a Special Non-working Holiday for Province of Rizal in celebration of our 112th ARAW NG LALAWIGAN

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May 22, 2013

 The Philippine National Police – Angono Station in partnership with the Angono Anti-Drug Abuse Council conducted the first of ten (10) Barangay Inter Operative Workshops, kicking off at Barangay Kalayaan, Angono Rizal.

The program aims to educate the municipality’s barangay partners with its efforts, plans and procedures in battling the spread of illegal drugs. Thus, making more synchronized organized and effective strategies from the municipal level down to barangays.Photo shows participants of the said event posing after the seminar kicks off at Brgy. Kalayaan, Angono, Rizal.

Photo shows participants of the said event posing after the seminar kicks off at Brgy. Kalayaan, Angono, Rizal.

Participants are barangay representatives (Captain, Council Members, SK Representatives, Office Personnels, Barangay Tanods and BPAT’s). The Program started with the following modules with respective lecturers: Barangay Anti-Drug Clearing Operation – PSUPT RUBEN M PIQUERO (Chief, Angono Police Station), Problems on Dangerous Drugs – PO2 Mharechel C Rosana, Fundamental Investigation – PSUPT RUBEN M PIQUERO (Chief, Angono Police Station), Incident Record Systems, SPO1 Wilfredo DC Innocencio, Republic Act 9262 & Republic Act 7610, PO2 Rinalyn D Ignacio, Human Rights, PO1 April P Gannaban,

Role of Peacekeepers (Tanods & BPAT’s), PO2 Pamela R Cera and Peacekeepers Traits – PO2 Pamela R Cera With such comprehensive modules, it is expected that all participants will be more aware of their duties and responsibilities not just as peacekeepers but more importantly as members of their community.

PO2 Pamela Cera while delivering the module on BARANGAY INTER OPERATIVE WORKSHOP  to the participants of the said event.

PO2 Pamela Cera while delivering the module on BARANGAY INTER OPERATIVE WORKSHOP to the participants of the said event.

The organizers will be conducting this program to the rest of barangays in the municipality which dates are to be announced, as part of its Municipal Wide Campaign against the spread of illicit drugs. / ANGELO SAN JUAN and PO2 PAMELA CERA

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Manda Icasiano | Public Information Office

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philhealth-logoThe Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) reminds the land-based overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) of the premium increase that is set to be fully implemented in 2014. 

Since 2005, the OFWs have been paying P900 a year as contribution when the Medicare functions of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) was finally transferred to PhilHealth.

The PhilHealth Board approved sometime in 2011 a new premium rate for land-based OFWs under the Overseas Workers Program that was peg at P2,400 per year to take effect in 2012.

This would have been the lowest premium rate for all PhilHealth members to include the poorest of the poor whose premiums are paid for by a sponsor In 2011, (Sponsored Program) had it pushed through.

PhilHealth deferred the full implementation of the new rate to provide ample time for OFWs to adjust to the new premium rate of P2,400 a year after several consultations with the OFWs.

Instead of the P2,400, the annual premium was set to P1,200 per annum in 2012 and 2013.

OFWs who pay the usual P900 per annum premium payments of P900 were still accepted, but their coverage is good for nine months.

The balance of P300 will be collected from the OFWs when they update their contribution for another one to five years so as to complete the one year’s worth of protection.

Philhealth reminds OFWs who still have a balance of P300 to settle it soon so as to to avoid lapses in their contributions or a possible suspension of their benefit entitlements.

PhilHealth encourages OFWs to pay their premiums in full for the entire duration of their job contracts abroad to ensure continuity of benefits/coverage.

In 2012, PhilHealth’s benefit payments covering land-based OFWs and their dependents for local and overseas confinements reached 130.53% more than the premiums collected.

PhilHealth has also increased its benefit packages with the introduction of Z benefits for catastrophic cases, and expanded its primary care benefit coverage to include OFWs and their dependents availing of services in health centers and rural health units.

It also recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) with the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) to promote and inform OFWs and their qualified dependents of their rights to access quality health care services through their PhilHealth coverage and benefits.

The CFO was designated by the Inter-Agency Committee on Philippine Schools Overseas to represent the Committee with PhilHealth.

Through online links and portals of official websites and the continuing advocacy with duly registered non-government organizations (NGOs) affiliated with the CFO, OFWs and their qualified dependents covered by Philhealth will be updated of their healthcare benefits, how they can access these with ease, and their responsibilities as members as well.(mbcn/JSME/PIA7-Cebu)

Meanwhile, The Official Facebook Page of Philhealth-Rizal said: “Just like to share this to all hardworking OFWs and their loved ones who are residing in Rizal Province,  For your information and guidance, Please feel free to contact our call center at 4417442 or email your queries at actioncenter@philhealth.gov.ph.”

Philhealth-Rizal’s link is > https://www.facebook.com/philhealth.rizal?hc_location=stream

source: http://www.pia.gov.ph/news/index.php?article=1071369128108

May 23, 2013 – Matagumpay na idinaos ngayong umaga sa bayan ng Angono ang pagtatapos ng “Supplemental Feeding Program” na nagsimula noong September 2012 at nagtapos nitong nakaraang Marso 2013. 

Masayang sinayaw ng mga bata ang sikat na "CHA-CHA" bilang pagpapakita ng pasasalamat sa mga nagtaguyod ng programang "Supplemental Feeding Program." kung saan sila ang naging mga beneficiaries.

Masayang sinayaw ng mga bata ang sikat na “CHA-CHA” bilang pagpapakita ng pasasalamat sa mga nagtaguyod ng programang “Supplemental Feeding Program.” kung saan sila ang naging mga beneficiaries. Litrato nina Edwin Rivera at Carlo Bautista, KKK Office)

Sa pangunguna ng “Kabisig ng Kalahi” Foundation,  kumuha sila ng mga batang may edad mula tatlo hanggang anim na taong gulang, kung saan base na rin sa pagsusuri ng Angono MSWD, ay nangangailangan ng karagdagang “nutrition.”

Sa taong ito, ang mga bata na isinali sa programa ay mula sa Barangay Kalayaan at Barangay San Vicente, sa bayan ng Angono.  May kabuuang 60 na batang “under-nourished” ang isinalang sa programa kung saan sila ay binigyan ng mga karampatang pagkain,  gatas at iba pang sangkap na makakatulong sa kanilang pangkalusugan at pangangatawan.  Ito ay isinagawa sa loob ng anim na buwan at tinutukan mismo ng kanilang mga magulang.

Masayang nagpakuha ng litrato ang mga batang sumalang sa "Supplemental Feeding Program"  kasama ang mga sponosr at ilang kawani ng Pamahalaang Bayan ng Angono.

Masayang nagpakuha ng litrato ang mga batang sumalang sa “Supplemental Feeding Program” kasama ang mga sponosr at ilang kawani ng Pamahalaang Bayan ng Angono. (Litrato nina Edwin Rivera at Carlo Bautista, KKK Office)

Sa tulong ng KKK Office at ng lokal na DSWD, ay natukoy nila ang mga batang nangangailangan ng karagdagang nutrisyon.  Ito ay base na rin sa datus ng mga nasabing opisina kung saan kumprehensibong tinukoy ang mga pamilyang karapat-dapat makinabang sa mga ganitong programa.

Ang Pamahalaang Bayan ng Angono, sa pangunguna ni Mayor Gerry Calderon, ay masigasig na itinataguyod ang panuntunan ng programa ng United Nations – ang 8 MDG (Millennium Development Goals) kung saan isa sa walong panuntuang nakasaad dito ay  “Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger” at “Reduce child mortality.”  Isa ito sa mga adhikain ng pamahalaan bayan ng Angono upang labanan ang malnutrisyon.

Si  Ms. Victoria Wieneke, pangulo ng Kabisig ng Kalahi Foundation, habang nagbibigay ng kanyang mensahe sa mga magulang at mga bata.

Si Ms. Victoria Wieneke, pangulo ng Kabisig ng Kalahi Foundation, habang nagbibigay ng kanyang mensahe sa mga magulang at mga bata.

 

Isa sa mga sumuporta sa programang ito ay ang Unilever Phils., at Mead Johnson Phils.,  at DSWD Region 4A.   Sinaksihan ni Ms. Victoria Wieneke, pangulo ng Kabisig at Kalahi Foundation ang naturang programa.

Ang programa ay pinangunahan nina Gelo San Juan (CTLO/PESO) at ni Mitchie Saenz (MSWD). 

 

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MANDA ICASIANO

Public Information Office | Office of the Mayor

May 23, 2013 | Angono, Rizal

InfoGraphics by Manda Icasiano | ADN Online Editor

InfoGraphics by Manda Icasiano | ADN Online Editor

Ang mga nagwagi noong nakaraang May 13 Eleksyon sa Bayan ng Angono.

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