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October 30, 2013

“in pursuit of PIA’s commitment to provide a national mechanism for the free flow of timely, accurate and relevant information… “

VOL I ISSUE 59

Daily E-Newsletter of Philippine Information Agency - 8

An Waray restages “Oktubafest” on October 30 n Waray Party List once again contribute to the livelihood of many of

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spearheads the staging of “Oktubafest at the Leyte Park Convention Center A, on October 30, 2013. Representative Victoria “Binky” Noel said that Oktubafest which will start at 10:30 in the morning, is an annual festival which celebrates the native coconut wine and its cultural significance in the Region. Contests such as Best Bahal and Best Bahalina have been designed for this celebration of Oktubafest, Congresswoman Noel disclosed. The tuba industry is one of the many regional products that Eastern Visayans could claim as truly their own, Representative Noel said. It is also one of the most promising indigenous industries that with low equipment requirements and production cost would significantly

those living in the rural communities, the lady representative added. As the third largest coconut producing Region of the country, a revitalized and enriched Tuba Industry will help much towards harnessing this vital component of not only the Eastern Visayans’ culinary and cultural heritage but likewise economic wealth. Oktubafest is being conducted in collaboration with local business establishments especially those involved in the tuba and coconut industry. Congresswoman Noel expressed hope that the active participation of the business community, the government offices, and the local government units, would bring back the prestige and economic value of tuba which for many years have been a

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A file photo of a bahalina entry from a town in Leyte during the An Waray partylist sponsored 4th Oktubafest. (Vino R. Cuayzon)

October 30, 2013

Eastern Visayas conducts humanitarian mission to earthquake-stricken Bohol

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he Eastern Visayas Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council is set to conduct a humanitarian mission to earthquake-stricken Bohol on October 31 –November 3, 2-13. RDRRMC Chairman and Office of Civil Defense Director Rey Gozon said a humanitarian team has been formed and all set to go bringing with them not only relief goods but taking with them human resources and material resources which are the actual needs of Bohol. The need were identified as Mental Health and Psycho Social Support Team; Personnel for data gathering; Relief Teams; Water Filtration Systems; Demountable tents for evacuees and for hospital patients with side walls; Portalets; Food; Relief goods; Bottled Water; and Medicines. In a meeting held on October 29 at Ritz Tower de Leyte, the member agencies both government and private, have identified the team and the goods that will be brought to Bohol by the said humanitarian team. Director Gozon said that the Provincial Board Members of the Philippines Leyte Chapter pledged to send mineral water, food and relief goods based on the identified needs. Access 5, a non-government continued on page 5


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October 30, 2013

BARANGAY ELECT I O N S

2013

East Samar COMELEC declares peaceful barangay polls, releases partial results for city

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ttorney Butch Beato, Commission on Election(COMELEC) Provincial Election Supervisor made known to the public here, that the recently held barangay election was peaceful, having no major election-related incident that has been reported his office. Except for alleged votebuying incidents and coercion of a few candidates, no other report has been said of the recent political exercise, Beato said. These alleged reports, Beato added, has still to be proven (with hard evidences) so the same could stand in court, but unless otherwise, no case can progress against erring candidates. He also informed that the remaining P2,000.00 honoraria for teachers who served in the recent polls are under process, particularly for those barangays who already have given their 10% Internal Revenue Allotment(IRA) contribution. However, he noted, he said, that some 32 barangays in the province have yet to submit their contribution to the COMELEC. Meanwhile, COMELEC Borongan city released the following partial official result for the winning barangay chairmen: Pinanag-an – Nelly Andia; Tamoso-Fresca Daguro; Tabunan-Anabelia Felecia;

Suhotan- Arnel Araw; Sabang Suribao – Basilica, Cesar; Sta. Fe- Karen Anacta; San Mateo-Rustico Cada; San SaturninoRio de la Bajan; San Jose-Esteban Ambil; San Andres-Allan Alea; Sabang SouthMedardo Afable; Sabang North- Sally Tiu; Pt. Mary – Delia Amosco; MaypangdanRapada Virgilio; Pepilitan – Isabelo Malinao; Maybocog- Jaime Amosco; Libuton – Jose Gavilan; Divinubo-Emalyn Dulfo; Hindang- Rutchie Dilao; Ando Island-Elmer Beros; Canlaray – Nelia Aquino; San Pablo-Julito Pomasin; SurokPanfilo Catalo; Locsoon- Nelson Capones; Can-aga-Aida Caspe. Canjaway-Ernesto Anacio; Camada- Renierio Ador; Can-abong-Ma. Fe Apura; Calicoan – Jomel Manlapas; Calingatngan- Nida Tabio; CabongGenaro Apura; Cagbonga-Bonifacio Celada; Bugas-Donato Alamin; BalakdasShelyn Araw; Banuyo-Leo Busa; BayobayMaria Afable; Campesao-Ricardo Ramirez; Canyopay-Maria Candido; Tabok-Ian Catudo; Bato- Norberto Coles; SongcoGlaiza Tiu; Alang-alang-Roldan Alegre; Balud-Ched Palada; G-Bryan Bagas; F-Artemio de la Rosa; E-Santiago Badiola; D2-Anabelle Capito; C-Raymond Lacorte; D1-Edcel Casillano; B-Arnulfo Arma and A-Jimmy Amasa. (PIA-Eastern Samar)

“Undas” preparations underway in Leyte, says DPWH BY: AURORA CASIMPAN

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n official of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in Leyte reported the office is preparing for the yearly undertaking in the observance of “Undas” or All Saints and All Souls Days on November 1 and 2. District Engineer Angel Sia, DPWH-First Leyte Engineering District (Ist-LED) informed the department will organize a skeletal force to operate during the “Undas” to accommodate the expected influx of motorists going home to their respective provinces for the observance of “Undas.” He added the

skeletal force will focus operations along roads especially near cemeteries. The official explained the activity is in line with DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singzon’s directive to activate the department’s “lakbay-alalay” program to free highways from any obstruction and provide free roadside emergency repair assistance to motorists during the long week-end. Accordingly, the program will organize composite teams from the regional and district offices of DPWH and dispatched on strategic locations

along national highways to respond to any emergency situations which might arise during the “Undas.” Each team has engineers, mechanics, equipment operators and other service crew on standby mode to respond to call for assistance. DPWH is also undertaking visibility of pedestrian lanes, informative road signs, and roads which are wellmaintained and free from obstruction. (PIA-8)


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October 30, 2013

DOH 8 and Samar PHO meet PHEMS to strengthen partnership with GOs, NGOs, Radio and Civic groups

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Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) national director Asis Perez ((right) briefs some mayors of Samar, the media and other guests on the National Payao Program aboard the MV DA-BFAR cruising along the Samar seas on October 28. (Vino R. Cuayzon)

Samar mayors commit to protect Samar Sea

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amar mayors while on board MV/ DA-BFAR committed to support the projects given by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR). On October 26, six mayors of Samar signed a Memorandum of Agreement with BFAR National Director Asis Perez on their alliances on the protection and development of fisheries in their municipalities. Sto. Nino Mayor Lilia Conejos said that she is happy for the BFAR projects like the payao program and the P400 thousand support project BFAR will pour to her fishing municipality. These might be in the form of post-harvest facilities, as fish is highly perishable, and will require a good storage facility to command better price, said Perez. In the island town of Almagro, where Perez and other guests on board alighted the research vessel, the BFAR official sought the support of the fisherfolks gathered at the town square. “Hindi naman siguro kayo papayag na paputukan ng mga illegal fishers ang mga payao na para sa inyo?” (I am sure you won’t allow illegal fishers to blast your payaos), the fishery chief told the fishermen of Almagro. The other mayors also agreed that they will support the change of

fishing gears and implement a closedseason fishing. Closed-season fishing is the time when fishing is not allowed as the fish is in the spawning season or when the eggs lay their eggs. Sta. Margarita Mayor Gemma Zosa, Almagro Mayor Kathleen Prudenciado, Daram Mayor Lu Astorga, Sto Nino Mayor Lilia Conejos and Tagapul-an Mayor Vicente Limpiado and Calbayog Mayor Ronald Aquino had lively conversations with Perez, Director John Albaladejo and BFAR Samar Fishery Officer Rolado Ay-ay while cruising Samar Sea. The local chief executive also learned that Samar Sea hosts some premier fish species like alumahan, tanguigue, talakitok, bisugo among others. The vessel also deployed two payaos (fish aggregating device) in two areas near Sto. Nino island –town and Almagro island. The cruise also gave the Eastern Visayas media an appreciation of the different potentials in fisheries during the presscon inside the research vessel. A week before, some 75 fisherfolks from the six areas were treated to a training on how best to maximize the use of payaos. (PIA 8-Samar)

he Department of Health (DOH) Region 8 and the Samar Provincial Health Office (PHO) recently met with the Provincial Health Emergency Management Staff (PHEMS) composed of government agencies, non- government organizations and civic organizations in order to strengthen partnership and to fine tune plans in disaster preparedness in the province. Executive Order No. 102 mandates all levels of health facilities of the government to establish and institutionalize the Health Emergency Management Staff (HEMS) to prevent or minimize loss of lives and injuries during and after disasters or emergencies. Samar Provincial HEMS Coordinator Roque Limse said that in the event of disaster or emergency, the Rural Health Units (RHUs) City Health Office (CHOs) and Technical Divisions of the PHO are mandated to automatically converge HEMS and create a functional 24/7 Operation Center (OpCen). DOH Hospitals and other provincial hospitals are also mandated to establish and institutionalize the Hospital-HEMS and create a functional 24/7 OpCen. Limse stressed that in order to institutionalize the HEMS, the Local Government Unit of each health facility and the hospital concerned has to formulate the Local Policy, Protocol and Guidelines for HEMS and Health Emergency Preparedness Response and Rehabilitation Plan (HEPRRP). Limse also disclosed that in order to have comprehensive Disaster Preparedness Plan, there is a need to formulate a Hazard Analysis, Assessment and Vulnerability Assessment of the areas potential to hazards. He added that the role of continued on page 5


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October 30, 2013

Southern Leyte appropriates P1 M for Mt. Nacolod preservation endeavors BY: ERNA S. GORNE

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DA-BFAR employees prepare one of the payaos for deployment near the town of Sto. Niño, Samar as one of the recipients of the national payao program aboard MV DA-BFAR on October 26. (Vino R. Cuayzon)

Samar Sea is home to valuable fish species

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amar Sea is still the home of valuable fish species as compared to those found in the Visayan Sea. This is the news that welcomed the press in Eastern Visayas during a meeting with the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources officials this weekend on board the MV/DA-BFAR research vessel. While cruising the Samar Sea, National Director Asis Perez shared some good news about the bounty of the premier fish species still found in Samar Sea. Raffy Ramiscal, Chief Scientist on board the BFAR research vessel said that if only Samar fisherfolks will avoid hunting juvenile fish, the volume of catch will be better for small fisherfolks. He then urged the mayors of coastal and island municipalities present to legislate measures and improve law enforcement so that supply of fish can be sustainable. “The more that we should push you to protect these fish,” said Perez.

Fish species like alumahan, hasa-hasa, talakitok and other fish that command better price still abound in the Samar Sea. The BFAR Director also urged the Samarnons to use sustainable fishing gears to protect the marine resources that gives the marginalized fishermen’s livelihood. Perez also assured the fisherfolks that the Aquino Administration is giving the fishery sector an unlimited support due to the ‘endless potentials in fisheries’ giving emphasis to the rise of small fisherfolks. Sta. Margarita Mayor Gemma Zosa, Almagro Mayor Kathleen Prudenciado, Daram Mayor Lu Astorga, Sto. Nino Mayor Lilia Conejos and Tagapul-an Mayor Vicente Limpiado and Calbayog Mayor Ronald Aquino went on board the vessel to assist Perez and Regional Director John Albaladejo in the ceremonial deployment of payaos in Samar Sea. (PIA 8-Samar)

he provincial government of Southern Leyte has appropriated P1 Million for the preservation efforts for Mt. Nacolod, a key biodiversity area, sitting at five municipalities in the province. Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Management Officer Eva Abad reported, “the provincial government of Southern Leyte was able to insert in the approved Annual Investment Plan (AIP)in the amount of P1 Million for the preservation efforts of Mt.Nacolod, a key biodiversity area,” during the finalization of the draft Conservation Management Framework (CMF3) for the Mt.Nacolod Lanscape at Syshore Beachfront, October 24-25. She further reported that said funding will be available by 2014 yet. Abad further noted that mentioned funds shall be utilized in response to the needs that might arise particularly within the conservation management framework that the requires the provincial government intervention. The Mt.Nacolod landscape crossed over seven local government units,namely, Sogod, Libagon, St. Bernard, Hinunangan,Abuyog and Mahaplag and two provincial governments of Leyte and Southern Leyte provinces, it was learned. “ Southern Leyte is very rich in biodiversity,” as Fauna and Flora International (FFI) project officer Mime Ledesma reported after two surveys were conducted in 2011 and 2013 at Mt. Nacolod. In 2011, FFI has discovered for two species of genus platymantis thumb-size frogs and the Cimmamunon A wild plant on 2013, both species are endemic to Southern Leyte throughout the Philippines, she said. (PIA8 SoLeyte)


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October 30, 2013 Eastern Visayas conducts...from page 1 communications group will send several of their members for data gathering and reporting. The OCD, 8th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army, the Department of Public Works and Highways will also deploy their staff to help in the relief operations and other relief works. Meanwhile, Director Gozon called on the other RDRRMC members who would like to send their relief goods or donations may course these to the humanitarian team. (PIA 8)

An Waray restages...from page 1 significant source of livelihood for the Region. The public is invited to be part of this year’s Oktubafest, Representative Noel said. (PIA 8)

DOH and Samar...from page 3 the health team is not in the retrieval operation where the disaster happened but on the evacuation center. The radio and civic group then are the ones that are assigned to pass the information. Organization of Cluster Response Team of Health Facilities RHUs/CHO in the field to include the PHO Technical Division such as Psychosocial Cluster Team, Health Cluster Team, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Cluster Team and the Nutrition Cluster Team, are significant in the Disaster Emergency Response Plan with the assistance and support of the Local Officials especially in the mobilization of Response Team, Limse ended. (PIA 8Samar with Avha H. Ebalde)

Piniliay han barangay ha Sinirangan Bisayas himyang ha kabug-usan

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n Commission on Elections ngan han Philippine National Police en nagpasabot nga an piniliay para han barangay ha Sinirangan Bisayas en ha kabug-usan himyang ha luyo hin pipira

Two NPA members surrender to the Northern Samar military

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wo members of the New People’s Army (NPA) surrendered to military authorities in Northern Samar on Sunday, October 27, 2013. Reports coming from the 8th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army based in Catbalogan, showed that Ruel C. Sirse, aka Bulay and Melly C. Esponilla, aka Mica, NPA squad member and NPA Medic respectively, surrendered to soldiers of the 34thInfantry Battalion under Lt Colonel Rodrigo Ilustrisimo. The government troops were reported to have been conducting peace and development activities in Barangay Rizal, Gamay, Northern Samar when they were approached by the surrenderees. The duo brought along with them one .45 Caliber pistol with three magazines and 20 live bullets. Under the AFP Guns For Peace Program, they will receive P25,000.00 in exchange for the firearm they surrendered. Each of them is also entitled to receive P50,000.00 livelihood assistance and P15,000.00 immediate assistance

from the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) under its Comprehensive Local Social Integration Program (CLIP). They can further avail of the Local Social Integration Program of the Local Government Unit of Northern Samar. During the interview Bulay and Mica admitted that they are live-in partners and they decided to surrender because they wish to raise a family away from harm and violence. Upon learning of the new program of the AFP which is the Gun for Peace Program, they were encouraged to surrender and avail of the program. Brigadier General Jet B. Velarmino AFP, Commander of the 8th Infantry Division said: “We welcome the surrender of the two NPA members and we wish them well. The 8th ID fully supports and advocates the government’s peace program. Be assured that your Army in Eastern Visayas is always ready and willing to assist NPA rebels who wish to return to mainstream society.” (PIA 8-Samar)

nga nanhisumat nga mga insidente hin pamalit hin butos ngan pira la nga mga kaso hin bayolente nga piniliay. Usa nga nagretiro na nga myembro han militar ngan usa nga asawa hin nalingkod nga barangay chairman en namatay matapos pusilon han asawa hin usa liwat nga kandidato hin ka barangay chairman ha Barangay Anibongon, Jaro, Leyte dida han 7:30 han aga han Oktubre 28, sering hin usa nga pasabot nga umabot ngadto ha Police Regional Office. Ginkilala han PNP 8 an biktima nga hi Paul Volcan, asawa ni Anibongon Chairman Rosalina Volcan. An biktima en tikadto para bumutos sakay hin usa nga motorsiklo han pusilon hiya hin usa nga hi Claudio Momo nga asawa hin usa nga hi Editha nga nakandidato kuntra han kanan biktima asawa. Samtang, ha Barangay San Antonio han Catubig, Northern Samar, an panbutos en atrasado na nga nagtikang dida han udto ha Oktubre 28 matapos

agawon an ballot box nga para dida han lugar dida han mga 11:30 ha gabi dida han Domingo hin diri kilala nga mga suspetsado. Sering ni Commission on Elections Regional Director Jose Nick A. Mendros nga nadelatar an pambutos dida han lugar mahitungod nga an mga opisyal han piniliay en kinahanglan pa magdara hin emprovised ballot box pinaagi hin baluto dida han salog. Panguna nga mga imbistigasyon nga gindumara han Catubig Police Station en nagsesering nga an mga board of election tellers en napahuway didto ha sulod han classroom han tigda nala nga rubaon hin mga dikalo nga kalalakin-an nga mga pusilan an purta han kwarto, kuhaon an ballot box nga nagpakatutuk an pusil ngan nagkalakat. Dugang pa hini, dida han Oktubre 26, hi chairman Santiago Limpiado han Batayan, San Roque, Northern Samar padayon ha page 7


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October 30, 2013

WARAY NEWS

Barangay elections, nagin mamurayawon ngan malinamposon – AFP, PNP

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inhulagway ni Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public information office chief Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala kakulop an katatapos pa la nga pinili-ay panbarangay komo mamurayawon ngan malinamposon ha pankabug-osan. Nasugad daw ini tungod han mahugot nga kooperasyon ha butnga han militar, Philippine National Police (PNP) ngan han Commission on Elections

(COMELEC). Segun kan Zagala, masesering nira nga nagin malinamposon an piniliay tungod nga pipirahay la nga mga lugar (didto la han nasasakopan han operasyon han 6th Infantry Division ha Maguindanao) an nagkaada hin pagkabalaong han eleksyon. Padayon an paghatag hin seguridad han AFP ngan han PNP ngada

han panhidul-ong han mga hurna, pahayag ni Zagala. Samtang an mao nga obserbasyon ni Zagala en pareho man han na-obserbaran ni PNP public information office chief Senior Supt. Rueben Theodore Sindac. Sumala kan Sindac, subay han report han ngatanan han 17 nga rehiyonal nga mga buhatan han PNP palibot han nasud, waray natabo nga seryoso nga problema bahin hiton paz y orden dida han ira tagsa-tagsa nasasakopan nga mga lugar. Bisan kon mayda pira nga nahisumat nga panalagsa nga mga insidente hin kasamok dida han Domingo ngan Lunes, diri daw ini seryoso nga makakaapektar han pankabug-osan nga kahimtang han paz y orden han bug-os nga nasud. Ginpahayag ni Sindac nga mando ngada han kapulisan nga magpabilin dida han lugar nga ira ginbabantayan agud maghatag hin seguridad han mga aktibidad han eleksyon ngada tubtob nga matapos an mga buruhaton. Didto ha ARMM kon diin 995 o kon 39.95 porsyento han 2,490 nga mga barangay ha rehiyon an listado komo prayoridad nga mga lugar, mayda 1,649 nga mga tawohan han PNP an nagserbe komo mga miembro han Special Board of Election Tellers (SBET) ha Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao ngan Sulu. Pinaagi han Regional Special Operations Task Groups (RSOTG) masgintutokan an pagtaga-seguridad han pinili-ay han PNP ha pakigbulig han AFP ilarom han direktiba nga nagporma han Joint Peace and Security Coordinating Committees (JPSCC), sering ni Sindac. Durante han naglabay nga 30 diyas han 45 ka adlaw nga hugna han pinili-ay nga nagtikang hadton Septiembre 28, nakarehistro an Task Force SAFE 2013 “Alpha� Action Center hin 38 nga mga insidente nga maykalabutan padayon ha page 7


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Piniliay han...tikang ha page 5 en ginpusil ni Gil Siervo, usa liwat nga kandidato para chairman. Hi Limpiado, nga nadalagan para han iya ika-duha nga termino bali chairman en ginpusil dida han 6:20 han gabi han Oktubre 27 ngan nawarayan kinabuhi didto ha Catarman Provincial Hospital matapos hin upat ka-oras. “Ha luyo han mga insidente nga sugad hini, an ngatanan nga mga

Barangay elections...tikang ha page 6 hiton politika. Lakip dida hini en 32 nga mga insidente hin panmusil, usa nga “strafing” ngan tulo nga panmuno kon diin 22 han 73 nga mga biktima an namatay, 34 an samaran ngan walo ka tawo an nahisumat nga nawawara.

barangay en nagdumara han piniliay ngan nakikita nga an pangihap en gindumara kagab-i han alas’7,” sering ni Director Mendros. Nagbanabana han Comelec nga maabot 85% han kanan Rehiyon 2.66 milyones nga nagpakarehistro nga mga butante en makadto ha mga presinto para mambutos dida han Barangay Election Day. (PIA 8) Onse han nagkamamatay en presente nga nanenerbihan komo mga opisyal hin barangay. Nagresulta naman an implementasyon han COMELEC Resolution 9561-A hin pakaaresto hin 622 nga nagtalapas han gunban ngan hin pakakompiskar hin 516 nga mga armas

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de fuego, 18 nga mga replika hin pusil, 200 nga salsalon, 58 nga mga granada, 290 nga iba pa nga mga ekplosibo, ngan 4,328 nga mga bala. Han mga naaresto nga nagtalapas han gun ban, 578 an mga sibilyan, 21 en security guards, walo en mga kaapi han PNP, unom en mga opisyal han gobyerno, unom nga mga tawohan han AFP, ngan tulo nga militiamen. Maabot naman hin 219 an nahisumat nga nagtalapas han liquor ban dida han mga rehiyon 1, 3, 4A, 4B, 11, Cordillera ngan National Capital Region. Padayon nga ig-iimporsar han kapulisan an election gun ban tubtob hiton Nobiembre 12, pahayag pa ni Sindac. (Ginbinisaya ni DUM-PIA8, Eastern Samar)


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PIA 8 regional director Olive Tiu (left) introduces the guests to the media during the forum on the national payao program aboard the MV DA-BFAR on October 26. (Vino R. Cuayzon)

sa BJMP-So.Leyte, ang Maasin City Jail og ang Southern Leyte Provincial Jail, pulos mi-apil sa pag-obserba sa National Correctional Consciousness Week (NACOCOW) gikan sa Oktobre 2125,2013 kauban sa sunod-sunod nga mga kalihokan nga naka-linya alang sa maong kasaulogan. Ang BJMP Southern Leyte mao ang nagdumala sa Maasin City Jail,Sogod District Jail og San Juan District Jail samtang ang SLPJ nailalom sa probinsiyang pangagamhanan sa Southern Leyte. (Gibinisaya ni esg/PIA8 SoLeyte)

Kasagaran nga mga preso nakahimo sa krimen sa paggamit, pagpamaligya og ilegal nga mga drugaBJMP Southern Leyte

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ng Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP)- Southern Leyte probinsyal nga buhatan og ang Southern Leyte Provincial Jail (SLPJ) pulos nagtahu nga ang dominante nga krimen sa pagpayuhot sa ilegal nga drug nga druga nga gihimo sa mga jail boarders. Si BJMP Provincial Administrator Jail Senior Inspector Arlen Barraca, kinsa mao usab ang City Jail Wardress, mitahu atol sa Action Center Kapihan sa PIA kaniadtong Miyerkules didto sa Provincial Capitol, nga sa “tibook nga nasud, na-obserbahan nga ang krmen diha sa paggamit, pagpayuhot og ilegal nga druga mao ang nanguna sa labing menus 80% sa kinatibuk-an nga krimen nga nahimo diha sa mga jail boarders.” Siya mipahayag nga ang gikatahu nga krimen gihimo usab sa kasamtangan nga mga jail boarders nga gitenir diha sa Maasin City Jail. Samtang, ang Southern Leyte Provincial Jail Warden-OIC Joselito Magallanes, nagtahu nga 19 sa 78 ka mga jail boarders ang nakahimo sa salaod nga pagpayuhot sa ilegal nga druga diha sa

kasamtangan nga pag-ihap sa Provincial Jail nga mga residente. “ Being a correctional officer is very satisfying job as it involves in the rehabilitation of the behavior of one person breaking the law. One of the challenges of the correctional officers is to inculcate obedience among the jail boarders so that when they go back to their normal lives they have become obedient person,” matud ni Barraca. Dugang niyang pahayag, “Correction is everyone’s concern, not only for the jail officers.” Si OIC Provincial Warden Magallanes nagtahu nga pipila sa mga livelihood trainings sama sa acupressure og mensahe, pagpamutol og buhok, small engine mechanic nga pagbansaybansay ang gipahigayon ngadto sa mga preso aron sa pag-andam kanila nga makakaplag og trabaho sa panahon nga sila mopauli og samtang laing livelihood nga pagbansaybansay kalabot sa pagprenta og t-shirt ang isunod sa bulan sa Nobiembre karong tuiga. Pinaagi sa mga inisyatibo

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