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Message The management and staff of the Department of Science and TechnologyNational Capital Region (DOST-NCR) continue to strive to deliver services efficiently to its large and diverse constituency. It is in a unique position right in the heart of a hugely unique demographic responsibility. That’s why it is a constant challenge to be innovative in bringing public service close to the people of Metro Manila. DOST’s Regional Offices provide the hard work in introducing technologies and research results developed by DOST’s Councils, and Research and Development Institutes to address immediate and specific socioeconomic needs in their respective locales. In the preceding year, DOST-NCR was very active in promoting projects that address important public concerns in Metro Manila, including the anti-dengue campaign through the DOST-developed Mosquito OL Trap System; urban environment conservation and improvement through the Biodiversity Park project; technology livelihood trainings for the unemployed, underemployed and budding entrepreneurs; and technology assistance and skills training for MSMEs specifically those in metals and engineering, food, furniture and electronics industries. I am confident that the people of Metro Manila can rely on DOST-NCR as it looks forward to another year of committed and meaningful service by bringing technology based solutions to improve real life situations.

MARIO G. MONTEJO Secretary

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Message In behalf of the Department of Science and Technology-National Capital Region, I take pride in presenting DOST-NCR’s 2010 Accomplishment Report.

Being the country’s financial, social, and technological center, it is no surprise that the National Capital Region hosts the most number of micro, small and medium enterprises, the acknowledged backbone of the Philippine economy. In Metro Manila alone, there are already 21,573 registered manufacturing firms. The challenge for DOST-NCR is how to convince these microbusiness owners and managers to avail of DOST’s assistance programs for entrepreneurs. To DOSTNCR’s credit, its management and staff continue to find novel ways of promoting the Office’s programs and projects, such as the annual Technology Roadshow for successful SETUP-adoptors, as well as community and NGO-led projects. The year 2010 also found DOST-NCR hosting yet another avenue for talent and skills discovery through the Regional Cluster Inventions Contest and Exhibit, which DOST-NCR organized in partnership with DOST Regional Office 3. I commend the Director and staff of the Department of Science and TechnologyNational Capital Region for continuously living up to its slogan of “Spearheading Technological Innovations in the Metropolis”, and for its excellent accomplishments. I hope that 2011 will usher in more opportunities for DOST-NCR to serve the needs of its highly-diversified clients. I hope, too, that the DOST-NCR will continue to strengthen and add to its existing networks and linkages since solving the myriad problems in an ever-growing Metro Manila requires inter-agency and multi-sectoral collaboration. Rest assured that DOST-NCR has our Office’s full support for its endeavors.

DOST-NCR, as in previous years, surpassed its targets for 2010 and continues to do more. In 2010, DOST-NCR implemented 10 SETUP-funded projects, involving 46 technical interventions, and amounting to P6,343,417.00. The 2010 figures bring to 57 the total number of SETUP-funded projects for NCR since 2004, with assisted companies posting a 95% average increase in gross sales, a 100% increase in production output, and 206 new employees by the end of 2010. In addition, DOST-NCR in 2010 provided technical consultancy services such as Food Safety (13), Cleaner Production Technology (20), and Energy Audit (11), and 17 short term technical assistance. DOST-NCR was equally successful with its community-based projects. Eight projects were approved for implementation, with five projects on urban agriculture utilizing SNAP Hydroponics and Enhance Potting Procedure, and the other three focused on waste utilization and the conversion of waste materials to value-added products. Recognizing the crucial role of informed and highly skilled management and staff in the development of MSMEs, DOST-NCR conducted 84 trainings, including livelihood trainings, which benefited 3,149 participants from 642 firms and organizations. Thirty nine technology clinics were likewise conducted, benefitting 474 firms (2,447 participants). Going beyond assistance to MSMEs, in 2010, DOST-NCR, with funding from SETUP, started implementing technology-based livelihood projects for victims of natural calamities. Under this program, DOST-NCR, in partnership with selected local government units in Metro Manila, will conduct livelihood trainings and the basics of setting up a business for victims of natural calamities. Participants to these trainings will then be assessed, organized and provided with start-up business kits to help them start life anew. DOST-NCR capped the year with the two-day S & T Roadshow which featured visits to businesses and projects that have shown marked improvement due to the technical and various assistance programs provided by DOST. These accomplishments would not have been possible without the support of the DOST management, DOST agencies, our various linkages, and our technical expert-partners in our programs and projects. Special credit, however, goes to the hardworking DOST-NCR staff who have never wavered in their commitment to serve our clients in the best possible way. We assure all of you that we will never rest on our laurels as we continue to pursue our mandate, our mission, and our vision to build a technology-skilled and informed NCR.

DR. CAROL M. YOROBE

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DR. TERESITA C. FORTUNA

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Programs and Services Corporate Overview Corporate Overview

about

DOST NCR The Department of Science and Technology National Capital Region (DOST NCR), an ISO 9001:2008 certified agency, is the lead agency for promoting science and technology, as well as DOST’s programs and projects, in the Metropolitan Manila area. Established through DOST Special Order Nos. 282 and 175, DOST NCR provides technical assistance, trainings and consultancy services to micro small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), local government units, the academe and non-government organizations. The Agency’s technical assistance and consultancy services are extended to clients coming from the following areas, which have been divided into four Clusters for more effective service delivery: MUNTAPAPARLAS (Muntinlupa, Taguig, Pateros, Parañaque, Las Piñas); PAMAMARISAN (Pasig, Mandaluyong, Marikina, San Juan); PAMAMAZON (Pasay, Makati, Manila, Quezon City); and CAMANAVA (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela).

VISION DOST-NCR envisions of becoming the “growth center“ for technological innovations and adoptation of S & T contributing significantly to enhance productivity and competitiveness of the industry and providing solutions to technical problems in the National Capital Region.

MISSION DOST NCR will be instrumental in producing S & T-based entrepreneurs and a crop of citizenry who embraces S & T culture as a way of life.

Corporate Objsctive 1. To attian a very satisfactory rating for the current year through the continual improvement of our QMS

Programs and Services

Technology Transfer Services

Ensures, not only that the technology to be transferred is appropriate to the needs of the end-users, but that an improved production process is also developed; better products are produced; production costs are reduced; and business operations attain a stable status

Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP)

Supports already operating MSMEs by providing the needed equipment; testing and calibration services; and trainings and consultancy services for other aspects of production

Technology Incubation for Commercialization (TECHNICOM) Assists MSMEs in preparing business plans, securing Intellectual Property protection, negotiating for and acquiring licenses of selected priority technologies, and developing commercial prototypes and pilot scale productions

Regional Grants-In-Aid (GIA) Program Regional GIA is designed to contribute to productivity improvement of the Metro Manilabased local community groups, academe, and other stakeholders through the funding of relevant Science and technology (S & T) undertakings. The program provides for the implementation of certain projects identified under the DOST priorities. Through this program, S & T interventions are generated and promoted

2. To deliver required S & T services according to mutually agreed terms and conditions and existing applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

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Programs and Services Programs and Services

Science and Technology Services DOST NCR provides technical assistance and services to MSMEs and LGUs with the assistance of DOST’s Research and Development Institutes.

Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program DOST-Academe Technology-based Enterprise Development (SETUP-DATBED) Program The SETUP-DATBED Program aims to develop entrepreneurial competencies among students, young professionals including out-of-school youths in selected academic institutions and non-governmental organizations while at the same time creating income-generating projects for the involved institution. The program will function as the feeder program of DOST’s SETUP in accelerating small-scale technology-based enterprise in the countryside.

Technical and Consultancy Services for Food Safety, Energy Audit, Cleaner Production and MPEX R & D Assistance through MMIERDC MMIERDC accepts R & D proposals for funding in the following areas: energy, food and environment

Innovating MSME’s Innovating MSME’s MSMEs are the backbone of the Philippine economy. DOST-NCR continues to support already operating MSMEs by providing the necessary equipment, testing and calibration services and training and consultancy services to improve production.

Trainings, seminars, workshops, technology demonstrations, and technology fora for MSMEs, LGUs and the Academe This program aims to harness the S & T capabilities of the stakeholders to ensure effective technology transfer and difusion. Through this program, the technical needs of the public is addressed.

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CJA

(Pinky’s Goodies)

Moist , chewy butterscotch squares from a butterscotch recipe passed from mother to daughter, comes in plain, plain with coco-sugar, choco, and mango flavors. Pinky’s Food for the Gods is a mouthful of dates and walnuts packed in a luscious square of baked paradise. These and other delicacies like biscocho and yema are what Pinky’s Goodies is all about. Ms. Pinky Añonuevo, owner of CJA, used her family kitchen for the production of her goodies. She, however, saw that the production of her goodies is limited due to space and the shelf life of the product which had not been established yet.

For CY 2010, DOST- NCR implemented 10 (ten) technology acquisitions and upgrading projects funded under Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program for operations and process improvements of Fitrite Incorporated, CJA Premium Finds, Panadynamics, Golden Hands Manufacturing Corporation, New Life Jewelry and Gift Shoppe, PCDR Metalwerke, Goldwin Manufacturing Laboratories Corp., Brine Tech Engineering Works, Gemini Stainless Steel Fabrication, and Mommy Trec’s Little Cake’s Factory. The total amount released for this projects is Php. 6,343,417 facilitating 46 technology interventions. This brings the total of SETUP funded projects in the National Capital Region to 57, 17 of which have been completed, since 2004 with total of project funds of Php. 39.8 million diffusing 252 technology interventions. With the package of interventations provided through SETUP, assisted companies realized 95% average increase in gross sales, 100% increase in production output and generated 206 employment by the end of 2010.

Realizing the need to seek help from the experts and having heard about SETUP, Ms. Añonuevo sought DOST-NCR’s assistance on February, 2010.

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DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: With DOST-NCR’s assistance, the company transferred to a bigger production area in order to, not only implement the recommendations of DOST’s experts, but also to accomodate the newly-acquired equipment from SETUP. In this assistance, S & T interventons were introduced like Acquisition of production equipment like Oven, Chiller, Mixer, Working Table and Coooling Racks; and Trainings and Consultancy on package development and labeling design, packaging execution, shelf-life testing, good manufacturing practices, 5S, MPEX. These interventions has increased the production capacity by 75%, reduced baking time from 1.5 hours to 1 hour, improved plant lay-out, and improved GMP compliance.

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Serramonte Enterprise Staying true to its brand name of pick and squeeze, Serramonte Enterprise’s concentrated calamansi juice drinks gives the flavor and aroma of freshly picked and squeezed thirst-quenching calamansi enhanced with a touch of honey. This is a family recipe which started as a gift to friends in 1997, and unexpectedly touched not only their hearts but also their taste buds. Thus, came the idea of marketing the juice drink. Mr. and Mrs. Raul Cepeda II initially produced 50 bottles per day, and as success would have it, the production increasingly grew through word-ofmouth. The couple realized that if they were to be serious about getting into business with this product, they need technical know-how. The couple consulted with an expert from the University of the Philippines, College of Home Economics to help them to further improve the taste of the calamansi juice concentrate. This consultant also helped them on with their label, suggesting that they follow US standards and led them to DOST. DOST’s food experts then provided technical assistance on product and process improvement, until the company eventually applied for SETUP assistance through DOST-NCR.

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Vinhessa Food Manufacturing and Trading Vinhessa Food Manufacturing & Trading ventures on the production of bottled sardines. Currently the company manufactures variants of Spanish sardines in oil, tomato sauce, tuna adobo and “tuyo” in oil. The owner was not sure of the systems he was using in producing sardines as this was based mainly on experience and old folk way of doing it. Not until she came across a news release about the government flagship program on Micro Business Assistance. Realizing the need to increase productivity to meet the demands of the customers and the need to upgrade the equipment to comply with GMP, the owner sought DOST assistance.

DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: Through SETUP, the company availed of Cleaner Production Assesment; acquired production equipment such as steam jacketed kettles, cooling vat, freezer, SS washing table with sink, SS working table and a SS transfer pump, as well as quality control equipment such as electronic table scale, pH meter and a refractometer. Serramonte also availed of MPEX consultancy and trainings on 5S and food safety. With thses interventions, the company was able to increase product yield by 40%, increase production capacity by 68%, decreased LPG consumption by 60%, reduced water consumption, and improved its GMP compliance and worker flexibility.

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Today Serramonte Enterprise, the company that came to be because of the calamnsi, exports 70% of its total production via consolidators under the label “Pick and Squeeze“. The rest of its produce is available at Duty Free Philippines, in popular supermarkets, and in dining establishments like UCC Coffee, Max’s Restaurant, Sugi Japanese Restaurants, Cusina Victoria, and Hacienda Isabel.

To date, the product is being sold at SM Supermarkets and Hypermarkets, convenience stores.

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DOST NCR introduced the following Interventions: Acquisition of production equipment like pressure cooker (41 quarts capacity), cabinet dryer, high pressure stove with table and gas tank; and Trainings and Consultancy on Cleaner Production and good manufacturing practices. The intervention has increased production capacity by 4 times, improved product labeling and images, and introduced sanitation, waste disposal, health, and safety improvement.. Most importantly, the business provided bigger take home pay for the employees and created jobs for unemployed.

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Goldwin Manufacturing Laboratories, Corp

Veggie Mix Food Corporation The company is a small scale enterprise which offers processed food solutions to institutional customers. Range of products offered include red and white pasta sauces, gravies, freshly cut fruits and vegetables, and cake toppings. In order to satisfy the requirements of its clients, the company need to acquire an equipment for sauce production area.

GMLC produces herbal soaps, specialty and medicated soaps and other personal care products under the brand names Pureskin, Dr. Ed, Novia, Mark and Kenneth and A&K. All infused with herbally-derived active ingredients, these brands have established their niche markets in the Middle East Asia and Africa. Goldwin is already a medium sized company, but expanded more their production area and decided to rent a warehouse type building exclusively for its soap production. The company in pursuit to serve its client efficiently has implemented current Good Manufacturing Practices in line with the ASEAN Cosmetic Directive and then the management has started to systematize their operation. More than 60 workers comprises the company, 30 from non-production and 30 for production (but still goes as high as 60 personnel at peak season). Last year when the wrath of Ondoy struck Metro Manila, Goldwin was one of the companies that were severely affected. The company’s equipment and facility was damaged losing millions of asset.

DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: DOST-NCR’s intervention to the company was timely after they joined for several trainings made by the agency such as Productivity Improvement through 5S, Cleaner Production and Energy efficiency awareness seminars. The company then decided to avail SETUP assistance for equipment acquisition such as chiller, inclined and belt conveyor that will complete their automatic stamping machine, a machine which has been dormant in use since it was commissioned. With these interventions the company expects 14% more productivity and reduce costing as to reduction of rejects, processing is faster, and delivery products is met. With 90% export target in Middle East, Asia, South East Asia and Africa, the company is eyeing its 10% for local market, i.e. derm clinics and drug stores in Metro Manila.

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The DOST-NCR, with financial assistance from TAPI, provided the Veggie Mix with a metal detector . This is in addition to the steam jacketed kettle and walk-in freezer acquired thru SETUP. Moreover, DOST-NCR provided trainings and consultancy on Good Manufacturing Practices, Energy Audit and Cleaner Production Technology. The S & T interventions helped the company increase its sales by 37%, increase its production output and product yield on sauces by 3%. The interventions likewise enable the company generate savings due to minimization of cold-storage outsourcing, improved quality monitoring and realized savings in LPG.

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DJM Grandeur DJM Grandeur produces pito-pito herbal drink, a traditional herbal drink from aqueous extracts of seven well-known herbs traditionally used for common ailments. Packed in 500-ml bottles, the product provides hassle-free traditional relief. The company also produces Tri-C Vit orange concentrates, personal care products and home remedy products.

New Life Jewelry and Gift Shop Known for quality and fine jewelry, New Life Jewelry has been in the business for 35 years as a local manufacturer, retailer, wholesaler, and exporter of handcrafted jewelry in 14K and 18K gold. Its products are known for their fineness and sophistication both in quality and design. With its growing number of clients, the company branched out in Makati and has become also the marketing arm of a foreign enterprise named Lloyd & Co. in Georgia, USA. Despite having a niche in the market, the company still aims to produce sophisticated jewelry and expand its market by acquiring equipment that will enhance their efficiency and productivity. Ms. Amelia Co, Sales Marketing Manager of the company, learned about SETUP from Ms. Malou Unson of Sterling Gifts, Inc., a beneficiary of SETUP. Impressed by the benefits of SETUP, Mr. Ronnie Co, Owner, wrote to DOST-NCR for assistance.

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DOST-NCR’s assistance involved the acquisition of production equipment like the boiler, steam jacketed kettle and mixing tank with agitator. In addition, trainings and consultancy on the following were provided: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, Safe and Proper Usage of FoodAdditives, Product Standardization, Process Standardization and Equipment Identification Assistance.

DOST-NCR conducted technology needs assessment with cleaner production preliminary assessment to assess technology needs and identify possible options. MIRDC validated the technology needs. While employees of the company are highly skilled, reworks on products cannot be avoided. Reworks comprised an average of 20% of the production volume. Reworks require reprocessing and this resulted to lower output and lesser productivity. DOST-NCR, provided the company with the needed equipment, i.e. laser welding machine. This machine has the ability to weld microscopic gaps or holes thus saving the stones from damage caused by the heat from the welding machine. This means, welding will be faster and easier, save time and manpower and hopefully totally eliminate reworks. Expected impact will be a decrease by 20% or more in reworks. The intervention is expected also to increase production by 20$, increase sales and income by 20% and increase market outlets and clients.

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The S & T interventions helped in increasing production output by 10%, raw material recovery, production capacity, and realized savings in transportation cost.

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Mandaluyong Industrial and General Services Co. The company provides engineering services, one of which is the fabrication and machining works. It averages three fabrication jobs per month. Fabrication starts once the customer approves the design/drawings presented by the company. Owing however to lack of necessary machinery for metal cutting and bending processes, the company resorted to outsourcing of the job. This became the bottleneck in the operations, time-consuming and the process is laborious. Mr. Flavio Neria, Jr., General Manager, heard about DOST assistance by word-of-mouth of friends in the industry. He wrote to DOST-NCR requesting assistance for the acquisition of Metalex Hydraulic Shear.

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DOST-NCR provided technology intervention of Metalex Hydraulic Shear for product quality improvement. Technical assistance and cleaner production assessment were also extended.

Having heard about the DOST assistance to SMEs on technology upgrading, Mr. Fortunato Sonsona, Proprietor, sought DOST-NCR’s assistance to acquire lathe machine under SETUP. Prior to acquiring said equipment, the company received technical assistance from MIRDC to assess and validate the technology needs.

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The S & T interventions helped the company in achieving an increase in gross sales by 30%, increase in production capability, reduction in operating cost by 10%, reduction in reworks, improvement in efficiency and increase in employment by 6. NCR

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The company’s regular clients are United Laboratories, Colgate Philippines and Wrigley.

Silversea Machine Works is into fabrication, repair of machine parts, casting, gear making and lathe machining works. Receiving an average monthly orders of 90 units comprised of different machine parts, the company can only accommodate 50% of the total orders due to limitation in equipment. The other half of the job is being outsourced. The company is then faced not only with technical problems but also a decrease in profit margin. Moreover, time and quality of the work are at stake since these depend on the sub-contractor. The end-result is to decline some orders for reasons of incapability to process the job orders.

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Community-Based Projects Community-Based Projects Eight community based projects were approved for implementation in the metro. Five of the projects focused on urban agriculture utilizing SNAP Hydroponics and Enhanced Potting Procedure. SNAP Hydroponics and Enhanced Potting Procedure was focused on due to its ease of installation and low space requirements. The urban agriculture project set up in Concepcion Uno, Marikina City co-funded by the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources has become a source of income for senior citizens of Twinville Homeowners Association and has also become a showcase of successful adoption of the technology. Meanwhile, the SNAP hydroponics kits for the Samahang Naninirahan sa Hankins Compound of Pasay City were set up in the building’s roof top and has provided additional source of income for the residents and has served as a showcase for utilizing idle spaces, such as roof tops, in urban agriculture. The remaining three community based projects were based on utilization of waste materials and conversion of these to value-added products. The Samahan ng Muling Pagkabuhay of Smokey Mountain, Tondo Manila were given technical assistance for the design and fund assistance for acquisition of motorized roller and hand puncher for the cooperatives bags from recycled paper. Barangay Mapulang Lupa likewise was assisted in equipment design and acquisition of decorticating and twining machine for buko husk. Furthermore, a dryer will be designed and fabricated in collaboration with the Forest Products Research and Development Institute for Barangay Coloong in Valenzuela City to improve processing and quality of products made from water hyacinth stalks. These community-based projects were implemented in collaboration with the local government units of Pasay. Marikina, Valenzuela, and Quezon City.

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Community-based projects were actively pursued in CY 2010 to help enhance quality of living of selected Metro Manila residents, provide additional source of income and increase employment..

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A total of P986,632.00 was released by DOST-NCR from its Regional GIA to five community-based projects. The project of Twinville Homeowners Association in Marikina City was implemented by DOST-NCR thru the financial assistance from PCARRD in the amount of P250,000.00. For these projects, a total of fifteen (15) S & T interventions were introduced.

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SNAP Hydroponics and Enhanced Potting Preparation in Marikina City SNAP hydroponics is a novel system of growing plants without soil. It uses styropor or any shallow box or basin as the medium and a nutrient solution containing essential elements needed by the plant to grow. Enhanced Potting Preparation (EPP), on the other hand, is an award-winning urban gardening technology that uses nutrientrich compost soil extract and a specialized watering and aeration-efficient container made from used plastic bottles. Twinville Homeowner’s Association, Inc. (THAI) is an association of senior citizens in Marikina City who wanted to bring back the good old days of families being self-sufficient when it comes to food. The group hopes to imbibe in the youth the need for urban agriculture, not only to grow vegetables for their family’s consumption, but also as an income-generating activity for the senior citizens of the community who can sell their products to the city government and in supermarkets.

DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: Aided by the Department of Science and Technology, the members of the association learned the mechanics of SNAP hydroponics and Enriched Potting Preparation (EPP) techniques from the experts of DOST NCR and the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCARRD), who also provided them with SNAP Hydroponics and EPP kits for establishment of the Twinville Urban Agriculture Center. The S & T based interventions applied to produce vegetables, herbs and spices in an urban setting helped not only for family consumption but also for income generating activity in the community especially to the senior citizens. The adoption of the technologies ensured production of safe and healthy foods for the members and marketed to the city of Marikina, in the market and leading supermarkets.

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The story of the Twinville Homeowner’s Association proves that science and technology can address the problems of the present and even that of the future.

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BUHAY

(Bayanihan Urban Hydrophonics for Abundant Yield)

Roof-Deck Project in Pasay City DOST NCR has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Pasay City Mayor Antonio G. Calixto for the implementation of “CommunityBased BUHAY (Bayanihan Urban Hydrophonics for Abundant Yield) Roof-Deck Project“. The project aims to turn the barren and unproductive rooftop of the 4-storey Medium-Rise Building in Hankins Compound, Barangay 133, Pasay City into a scientific and agricultural oasis of leafy green vegetables.

DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: The vegetable growers who are members of the SANAHACO (Samahan ng Naninirahan sa Hankins 1 Compound) in Pasay City were provided each with SNAP Hydrophonics kit and were taught of appropriate agricultural management technologies in urban setting. This livelihood project intended to augment the income of SANAHACO members to help sustain their mothly veggie grower’s planting and caring activities to ensure effective and efficient operation that would result in quality harvest. The adoptation of urban agriculture provides livelihood opportunities among the members of SANAHACO who are mostly residents of Hankins Compound. The community also has become more productive and continuously improving their lifestyle. The project shall likewise serve as a model to showcase farming possibilities even with space constraints as the SNAP kits were to be set-up on roof-decks.

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Adopting Urban Agriculture Technologies to Upgrade Livelihood of Sentro ng Manggagawang Pilipina, Inc. The Sentro envisions that with the introduction of upgraded urban agriculture farming techniques, their members can become entrepreneurs by producing more vegetables or products which they could sell in order to become income generating.

Enhanced Ladies of Marikina MultiPurpose Cooperative

The Enhanced Ladies of Marikina Multipurpose Cooperative (ELMMC), an NGO established in October 2004, provides livelihood to its members by manufacturing products such as bags, accessories, gift items, wine casings, lampshades and other decorative items made of used newsprint, used magazines, liners and directories. Prior to DOST’s interventions, ELMMC processes were done manually and were thus tedious and time-consuming: cutting was done with scissors; “bilots” were individually rolled, glued at both edges and flattened four at a time by hand; and grommets for bag handles were attached with a hand-held puncher with a wooden plank underneath.

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DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: DOST-NCR, thru its Regional GIA, assisted in the acquisition of production equipment (fabrication of presser, puncher and rivet lock, and cutter) as well as the provision of label design. With the new equipment upgrades, production increased per unit time from strips to bilots and rivet binding. The heavy-duty paper cutter can quickly and evenly cut paper into the desired parts with its pull-down lever cutter and gridded flat surface. The presser can flatten up to 25 bilot strips at a time since the solid cast metal lid’s weight evenly presses down the paper with good measure. The hand puncher and riveter for paper bags, on the other hand, which were designed to match the rivet for even distribution and flatness, combines metal, mechanics and pressure to precisely punch holes into bags. S & T interventions enabled ELMMC to diversify and come up with a wide variety of bags, fruit baskets, wine holders, and other woven products. They have even added accents like fossilized leaves, beads and ribbons to give their bags that special look. Their handicraft products also employ a special type of lamination technology that protects their bags against water damage.

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To date, ELMMC’s products are sold at trade fairs, at major outlets owned by the Titan Group of Companies, department stores like Rustans and Kayumanggi in Landmark), and in schools like the Ateneo de Manila University and the Lakbay Aral ng Marikina.

Having learned of the presence and direction of DOST-NCR on encouraging future entrepreneurs to seek assistance and expertise, Sentro did the same, requested provision of the foillowing: Enriched Potting Preparation; SNAP Hydrophonics, shredding machine. Incubator and additional technical assistance to improve productivity and sustain the project. With the above assistance, Sentro expects an increase in production volume by80%, increase in income of members, improved quality of life of members and reduced shredding time by 50% for production of feeds for their piggery, poultry and fish culture. Sentro na Manggagawang Pilipina, Inc. is engaged in natural (organic) farming technology system – urban gardening, piggery, poultry, fishpond and vermicomposting. Conceptualized for the benefit of women in the workforce, Sentro embarked on the livelihood project called Multi Agricultural Peri-Urban Livelihood Program (MAPULP) to help informal settlers in Bgy, Greater Fairview become self-reliant. Having established an integrated agricultural farming by adopting the Natural Farming Technology System (NFTS), the foundation is now geared more on alleviating poverty thru food sustainability.

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Improving Productivity of MINSAC Livelihood Center, Inc. in Payatas Quezon City

Mother Ignacia National Social Apostolate Center (MINSAC) Livelihood Center, Inc. is the social development arm for the poor of the Congregation of the Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM). Its vision of sustainable communities where people live with dignity is realized through facilitating communities to gain access to, maximize and manage resources and opportunities through Asset-Based Community Development approach by creating sustainable and flexible programs that fit the needs of the people.

Technical and Consultancy Services

One of its programs is the livelihood program on home products. MINSAC produces homecare products such as powder detergent, fabric conditioner and liquid hand soap by employing women from Payatas thus helping them generate additional income to augment their basic needs. However, the production of these items posed some challenge to the workers. Mixing of ingredients for power detergent was done manually, taking long hours to finish and producing by several batches. It also posed health risks to the workers due to possibility of inhaling the powder ingredients during mixing process.

DOST-NCR INTERVENTIONS: Having read an article on Livelihood Program for Displaced Ecozone Workers from the DOST-NCR website, Sr. Maria Rosviminda R. Ochoa, RVM, Executive Director of MINSAC, sought financial assistance from DOST-NCR to enable them to procure a fabricated mixer machine. MINSAC did not only get the mixer, but was also provided with the pen-type pH meter and consultancy services for label design, product testing and product standardization.

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MINSAC is now marketing its products to five convents of RVM in Luzon, its staff in the main office and other RVM communities and schools.

DOST-NCR continuously provided Technology and Consultancy Services to different stakeholders in the region. Members of Food Safety, Cleaner Production and Energy Audit Teams and other resource persons from the different research and development and service institutes of the DOST were tapped to conduct the different activities. Twenty (20), thirteen (13), and eleven (11) firms were respectively assisted on Cleaner Production, Food Safety and Energy Efficiency assessments and audits which helped improve the companies’ productivity through process improvement, optimization and streamlining, reduction in waste generation and improvement in plant lay-out among others. Compliance of the assisted companies on food safety was also enhanced resulting in their improved and higher supplier performance rating. Short-term technical assistance mostly on equipment design and specifications were also given to 17 firms. A total of 259 experts were deployed to conduct the various technology and consultancy services.

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Technical trainings and consultancy services on food safety were mostly on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Ten (10) companies availed of these services, one of which availed also of SSOP and one with Plant Lay-Out. Other companies were assisted on Filling Process, Processing, and ISO22000.

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Among the clients served by the DOST-NCR for Full Energy Audit were the House of Representatives in Commonwealth Ave., Quezon City and the Marikina City Hall. The rest of the clients involved one (1) school and eight (8) companies all availed of Full Energy Audit

Beneficiaries:

- Trans Ocean Food Products

- House of Representatives

- Muesli-Granda Kitchen and Bakeshop

- Hilas Manufacturing Corporation

- Victoria Homeowners Association

- Marigold Manufacturing Corporation

- Lemonada

- Danilyn’s Enterprises

- VES Dessert

- Metro Arms Corporation

- EPTI

- Goldwin Manufacturing Laboratories

- Sand Piper

- Vegie Mix Corporation

- Alvarez Siopao

- Marikina City Hall

- Iko’s Breads and Cakes

- JJ Foods

- Recio Taho

- Midwest Food Corporation

- Steward Enterprise

- Our Lady of Perpetual Succor College

- Cater King Food Corporation

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Technical Assistance T A echnical

Angle Edge Cutters in Mandaluyong City is one of the beneficiary of the Cleaner Production Assessment.

Services provided under this program covered site visit, preliminary technology needs assessment, technology assistance on equipment specification and process optimization and bioreactor consultation.

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- Ange Edge Cutters

- JJ Food Products

- CJA (Pinky’s Goodies)

- New Life Jewelry

- Brine Technological Engineering Works

- Filipino Food Favorites Incorporation

Beneficiaries:

- Samahan ng Bagong Milenyo

- Mojica

- Soft Ice Cream Producer

- Angel’s Sauces

- LGU, Manila City

- J-Chemie Laboratory

- QEP Enterprises

- Sambayanan ng Muling Pagkabuhay

- Samahan ng Bagong Milenyo

- Khan Beverage

- Mommy Trecs Little Cakes

- All About Banana

- Pastel Deli

- Steward

- Caterking

- Lemonada Corporation

- Khan Beverage

- Ves Dessert

- Mommy Trecs Little Cakes

- Algarr

- Gorumet Foods

- All About Banana

- CAFEX

- Polaris

- Pastel Deli

- ALBISA

- Gemini Stainless Steel Fabrication

- PCDR Metalwerks Enterprises

- New Life Gift Shoppe

- RS Dee Manufacturing

- Goldwin Manufacturing

- Steward

- Recio Taho

- Caterking

- Golden Hands Manufacturing Corp

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Trainings, Seminars, Trainings, Seminars, Workshopsand and Fora Worshop Fora DOST-NCR also organized 39 fora for 2447 participants from 474 firms, organizations, cooperatives, schools and local government units. Fora conducted focused on Waste Management Technologies, Functional Foods, Energy Efficiency, SET-UP DATBED, and various DOST programs and projects available for the different stakeholders in the region. Topics covered in the seminars, workshops, techno demo and fora conducted were the following:

DOST-NCR recognizes that strengthening of human resources plays a very crucial role in the development of micro, small and medium enterprises. A strong and capable human resource will ensure effective technology transfer and diffusion. With this, DOSTNCR conducted 84 trainings for the year benefiting 3149 participants from 642 firms and organizations.

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Good Manufacturing Practices Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Food Safety Management Systems Food Additives Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures Productivity Improvement through 5S Productivity Management Cleaner Production Packaging and Labelling Urban Agriculture Energy Efficiency

Technology trainings conducted were on the following areas:

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SNAP Hydrophonics and Enhanced Potting Preparation Chocolate Molding Squash Recipes Meat Processing Dyeing and Preservation of Waterlily Bleaching and Dyeing Technology Liquid Dishwashing and Fabric Conditioner Candle Making Herbal Bath Soap

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Trainings T rainings

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Training on Candle Making for Quezon City residents

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S & T Information and Promotion Good Manufacturing Practices Seminar

Training on Meat Processing Feb. 17, 2010 - Taguig City Forum on Functional Foods: an Overview organized by MMIERDC - Nov. 17, 2010

DOST-NCR information and promotion activities are geared towards small businesses, LGUs, NGOs and the academe. To sustain its visibility to the public, DOST NCR organized 5 press conferences for the year, and produced 18 news releases for radio; 23 releases on newspapers, website and magazine features; and arranged for 17 television appearances and features. DOST NCR also joined 3 S & T fairs organized by DOST and 8 fairs organized by other agencies and organizations. These fairs and exhibits provided another venue for promoting programs and services of the DOST as well as fostering new linkages. DOSTNCR capped the year with its annual two-day S & T Roadshow which featured media visits to stakeholders successfully assisted by DOST through its SETUP and other technology transfer programs, and DOST generated technologies transferred in the National Capital Region.

Food Additves Seminar

Training on Meat Processing for ParaĂąaque residents

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DOST - NCR in partnership with DOST - III and the Technology Application and Promotion Institute also successfully staged the CY 2010 Regional Inventors Contest and Exhibit at the Fiesta Bulacan Convention Center in Malolos, Bulacan. The contest and exhibit draws 6 entries to the Inventions Category, 14 entries to the Utility Model Category, 5 entries to Industrial Design, 22 entries to Creative Research and 18 and 32 entries to Creative Research on College and High School levels respectively. A press conference and fora on programs of the DOST and the Land Bank of the Philippines for inventors was also conducted during three day activity.

Press Conference on the theme “Filipino Innovations and Inventions The Way Forward� with DOST USec for Regional Operations, Dr. Carol M. Yorobe and DOST-NCR Director, Dr. Teresita C. Fortuna. Inset : an inventor shows his multipuprose trolley.

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Outstanding Industrial Design Category “Chopsfoon (Combined Chopstick, Fork and Spoon)”

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Outstanding Student Creative Research SIBOL Category—College Level “Marx58 Tire Stripper”

Outstanding Utility Model Catergory “Thermal Coating Insulation”

2010 Joint Central Luzon and National Capital Region Inventors Contest and Exhibit Outstanding invention TUKLAS Category “Combined Wind Driven Aerator and Electric Generator”

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Outstanding Creative Research LIKHA Category “Microemulsified Hybrid Fuel from Jatropha and Coconut Oils”

Winning Entries (Regional Level)

Outstanding Student Creative Research SIBOL Category—High School Level “Stand Alone Device that Determines the Electric Meter Reading Remotely via Short Message Service (SMS)”

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Pingloy Visit to Dielles Apiary and Meadery Enterprises

Goldwin Visit to Serramonte Enterprises

DJM Granduer Corporation

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Isyu at Punto / Precy Lazaro Kasama Ka Kaibigan / Teresa Reyes Balita, impormasyon at iba pa / Mr. Marvin Perfecto http://hayag.com Civil Relations Services, AFP Kasama Ka Kaibigan / Teresa Reyes Radyo Magasin VIP sa Tanghali / RCICE / Mr. Marbie RCICE Interview / Theresa Alpha Reyes Sabado Nights / RCICE and SLC S&T / Raul Virtudazo Balitang-Balita / Marites Ramirez Isyu at Punto / Precy Lazaro TV Patrol / Tepok Lamok 24 Oras / Tepok Lamok Tepok Lamok / Mely Tenorio Tepok Lamok / Theresa Alpha Reyes Biodiversity Tree-planting / Precy Lazaro Masayang Tahanan Saturday Health Watch PIP Balita Impormasyon at Paalala

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April 23, 2010

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May 7, 2010

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April 23, 2010 April 23, 2010

http://hayag.com www.crsafp.com

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July 23, 2010

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August 20, 2010

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DWDD www.crsafp.com

September 5, 2010

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August 24, 2010

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September 25,2010 September 24, 2010 September 24, 2010 September 26, 2010

DWBL DZMM Teleradyo DZBB DZRB

September 24, 2010

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October 9, 2010

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December 14, 2010 December 18, 2010

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December 21, 2010

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GMANews.tv / Glitches Hound 2nd Field test of COMELEC’s Voting Machine GMANews.tv / COMELEC Begins Training Teachers to Assist in Automated Polls GMANews.tv / 10 of 3,000 Teachers Fail Poll Training in Manila People’s Government: Mobile Action / PGMA Express Balita / Board of Election Inspectors New Horizon Hotel / Training of BEI At Your Serbis / DOST Services with Jamla The Morning Show / Food Safety One Morning / Inventor, RCICE Interview with TCF during the RCICE in Malolos, Bulacan / RCICE Interview with CMY during the RCICE in Malolos, Bulacan / RCICE TV Patrol / Tepok Lamok Dengue/OTS Bandila / Dengue/OTS 24 Oras / Dengue/OTS Saksi / Dengue/OTS IBC13 (morning show)

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January 29, 2010

Camile L. Sisante Kimberly Jane T. Tan

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March 3, 2010

Kimberly Jane T. Tan

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March 10, 2010

Kimberly Jane T. Tan

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March 12, 2010

Baby O’Brien Alan Alamigue

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Newscaster

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March 17, 2010 July 27, 2010 August 4, 2010 August 20, 2010

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IBC 13 Atty. Mark Castrodes William Thio Veronica Baluyot Aljo Bendijo Nikky Baluyot Aljo Bendijo

NBN4 NBN4 NBN4

August 24, 2010

reporter

IBC13

August 24, 2010

reporter

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September 24, 2010

Sol Aragones

ABS-CBN

September 24, 2010 September 24, 2010 Septmeber 24, 2010 November 27, 2010

Sol Aragones Mike Enriques Mike Enriques

ABS-CBN GMA7 GMA7 IBC13

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DOST-NCR Human Capital DOST-NCR Human Capital Among the regional offices of the Department of Science and Technology, DOST-NCR has the smallest human capital. While it managed to operate on a meager resources, more staff would have meant more outputs. But thanks to the current staff members as they did not dwindle on their performance despite pressure due to lack of the necessary resources. The agency remained strong and is getting stronger with the additional staff hired on contractual basis. As of December 2010, DOST-NCR had 11 permanent employees, supported by 7 contractual and 10 job order staff.

Staff Profiles Dr. Teresita C. Fortuna

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Educational Background

Regional Director

PhD in Business Management MS Horticulture BS Agriculture major in Postharvest Physiology

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For. Jomer DM. Tiamzon

Science Research Specialist I

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Ms. Haziel May C. Natorilla Ms. Mary Rizzi Roan D. Gatchalian

Science Research Specialist I

Educational Background BS Forestry major in Forest Environment & Research Management BS Biochemistry

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BS Environmental Science

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Engr. Rosalie B. Formento

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Engr. Romelen T. Trevalles

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Mr. Oscar B. Sevilla Jr.

Project Development Officer IV MS Material Science and Engineering (Units earned) & Asst. Regional Director, TOD BS Chemical Engineering Senior Science Research BS Chemical Engineering Specialist

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Science Research Specialist II

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Engr. Verlin Y. Macanip

Science Research Specialist II

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Engr. Aldin C. Layaguin

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For. Jennifer A. Palaganas

Science Research Specialist II

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Ms. Elvin Almazar

Science Research Specialist II

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Ms. Aleli Cornelia R. Plete

Science Research Specialist II

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BS Chemical Engineering MS Computer Science BS Electronics and Communications Engineering BS Mechanical Engineering BS Forestry major in Agroforestry BS Agriculture major in Agronomy BS Agriculture major in Plant Pathology

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BS Computer Engineering (Undergraduate) Ms. Annalyn V. Buenaagua Science Research Assistant BS Nutrition and Dietetics Information and Communication Section MA Communication major Senior Science Research Ms. Aurora F. Marcelo in Broadcasting Specialist AB Communication AB Development Ms. Julie B. Callope Science Research Specialist I Communication Finance and Administrative Services (FAS) Administrative Officer V BS Business Administration Mr. Jose B. Patalinjug III & Asst. Regional Director, FAS major in Management Master in Business Ms. Angelina M. Go Project Evaluation Officer IV Administration BS Accountancy Ms. Mae Antonette A. Sta.Clara Accountant III BS Accountancy Administrative Officer V BS Commerce major in Ms. Roquita Y. Bernaldez Cashier Accounting Ms. Marian R,. Bagtas Science Research Specialist II BS Computer Science Mr. Ryan Mario B. Lara Science Research Assistant BS Information Technology Ms. Grace I. Sablan Computer Operator I BS Accountancy Electronics System Mr. Noriel D. Balingit Labor Foreman Technician (Vocational) Mr. Gerry M. Macanay Driver II BS Nursing Biodiversity Project Mr. Filomeno F. Importa Laborer I HS graduate Mr. Jon Jon M. Almazan

Science Research Assistant

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LIST OF TRAININGS ATTENDED BY DOST-NCR STAFF CY 2010 Technical • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Roll-Out Extension Program on Alternative Fuel for Transport DOST Exposition and Conference on Environmentally Sound Technologies Problem Solving Technique Total Quality Management 7th Course on Food Safety Packaging Updates for DOST Packaging Coordinators in the Regions Corrective and Preventive Action Report Workshop Internal Quality Audit DOST Scholarship Online Information System User Acceptance Testing Workshop OpenOffice.org and Basic Internet Training 2D Animation (2DAC 2010-02) Nutrition Research Information Network (NUTRINET) Phil. S&T Information System Demonstration Enterprise Productivity Training for SME Owners, Managers & Supervisors Project Proposal Conceptualization and Preparation Workshop Training Course on Enhancing Competencies of Team SETUP though Productivity and Quality

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Hands-on Training about technological Innovations On Urban Agriculture La Trinidad Community Watershed Protection And Development Planning-Workshop Biosafety Assessment of Genetically Modified Organism Enterprise Productivity Training for SME Owners, Managers and Supervisors eDOST Adoption and Migration Workshop Open Office.Org Training

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DOST-NCR Financial CapitalCapital DOST-NCR Financial DOST-NCR budget for 2010 amounted to P9.3M. Of this amount, P6.3M was allotted for MOOE and the remaining P3M for the Personal Services (PS). The PS budget was allocated for 8 Support Staff and 19 Technical Staff.

DISTRIBUTION OF CY 2010 GAA

DOST-NCR’s BUDGET per GAA CY 2004 – 2010

2010 GAA 2010 GAA

Administrative

Establishment of an Archival System Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations on Government Procurement Appraisal and Disposal of Government Property Updates on Tax Rules and Regulations Leave Administration and Course of Effectiveness (LACE) Rules and Regulations on the Settlement of Accounts and Revised Rules of Procedures Property and Supply Management System Electronic Updating of the Personal Services Itemization and Plantilla of Personnel (PSIPOP) Personality Development

Personal Services P 3,007

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2008

2009

2010

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MOOE-6,358

Personal Services Personal Services MOOE MOOE

Distribution of 2010 Personnel by S&T Activity General Admin. and Support Services = 8= 8 General Admin. and Support Services General General Administration Administration and Support Services

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Technical Technical Services

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Left: Equipping staff with the necessary skills for better performance, DOST-NCR oganized Training on Open Office. Right: DOST-NCR is client-oriented agency, staff members were given personality development training to boost their confidence in dealing with clients.

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DOST-NCR Financial CapitalCapital DOST-NCR Financial DOST-NCR received funds from external sources. The biggest source of funds was SETUP at P4.3M. Said amount was used to finance technology interventions granted to MSME beneficiaries

OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS CY 2010 4,321,017

1,503,532 399,320 A

327,763 30,000 B

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Looking Ahead...

A – 2010 Election B - Technology-Based C – SETUP Projects D – RPMO E – BIODIVERSITY F – ENERCON G – HRDP H – Packaging I – Survey R&D J – Engaging Business

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Directions forfor 2011 2011 Directions

DOST-NCRCore Core Group DOST-NCR Group Program Managers

Ending the year with a commendation from the Office of the President for adhering to ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems (QMS) Requirements, DOST NCR management is more than inspired to continue with the agency mission. Existing projects funded and new projects to be funded under SETUP will be carried out through next year. Several special projects will be realized in 2011 including the Satellite Packaging Center in CAMANAVA and Quezon City to give easy access to our clients and Capability Upgrading of MSMEs from metal and allied industries to name a few. More projects will be taken cared of by DOST-NCR on direction of the DOST Secretary. These projects will cover largely the biodiversity area.

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Engr. Rosalie B. Formento Assistant Regional Director for Technical Operations Lead: SETUP for NCR

Technology and Consultancy Services to different stakeholders in the region will be continuously provided. DOST-NCR will sustain and strengthen its partnership with its pool of experts by constantly communicating with them to ensure that technology needs of the clients are attended to and addressed accordingly. Members of Food Safety, Cleaner Production and Energy Audit Teams and other resource persons from the different research and development and service institutes of the DOST will be tapped to conduct various activities.

Jose B. Patalinjug III Assistant Regional Director for Finance and Administrative Services Lead: Biodiversity Project Supply and Property DOST-NCR BAC Exhibits Inventors’ Week

DOST-NCR shall continue to play an important role in the development of micro, small and medium enterprises through technology transfer and diffusion. As an offshoot of this year’s outreach program, DOST-NCR shall continue to collaborate with the local government units on the conduct of technology livelihood trainings to communities in the metropolis.

Engr. Romelen T. Tresvalles Lead: Planning & Monitoring Unit Food Safety ISO

Hoping for an increased human capital, DOST-NCR will expand in terms of office structure. Another portion of Imelda Building will be renovated to house the Information and Communication Section, together with the Regional GIA and Biodiversity Program.

Aurora Pinky F. Marcelo Lead: Information Communication Unit

These and more will serve as motivational factors for DOST-NCR to perform with positivity and enthusiasm.

Engr. Verlin Y. Macanip Cluster Manager: MUNTAPAPARLAS Lead: IPR DATBED OTOP Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. Cluster Manager : CAMANAVA Lead: Plastic Densifier Packaging and Labeling Energy Audit

Elvin B. Almazar Cluster Manager: PAMAMAZON Lead: Water Hyacinth Technology Trainings MPEX Urban Agriculture Bioreactor For. Jennifer A. Palaganas Cluster Manager : PAMAMARISAN Lead: CP/GFIS Tech.-Based Livelihood Marian R. Bagtas

Human Resource Management Officer

Aleli R. Plete

Lead: Regional GIA MMIERDC CLEEP

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DOST-NCR Organizational Chart Chart DOST-NCR Organizational Office of the Regional Director Dr. Teresita C. Fortuna (Regional Director)

Science Research Assistant Jon Jon M. Almazan

Regional Technical Evaluation Committee/DOST-NCR EXECOM

DOST-NCR Selection and Promotion Board

DOST-NCR BAC Lead: Jose B. Patalinjug III Support: Marian R. Bagtas

Regional GIA Lead: Aleli R. Plete

Special Projects / Other Activities Biodiversity Lead: Jose B. Patalinjug III Support: Jomer dm. Tiamson Aleli R. Plete GIS Lead: Jomer dm. Tiamson Plastic Densifier Lead: Aldin C. Layaguin Support: Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. ISO Lead: Romelen T. Tresvalles Support: Mary Rizzi Gatchalian URBAN AGRICULTURE Lead: Elvin B. Almazar Support: Jennifer A. Palaganas Jomer dm. Tiamson OTOP Lead: Verlin Y. Macanip Support: Romelen T. Tresvalles Elvin B. Almazar BIOREACTOR Lead: Aldin C. Layaguin Support: Aleli R. Plete Elvin B. Almazar IDRC Lead: Romelen T. Tresvalles Plastic Densifier Lead: Aldin C. Layaguin Support: Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. TrainingProg. for Metal Industries Lead: Aldin C. LAyaguin Support: Verlin Y. Macanip Local Tech. Showcase Lead: Aldin C. Layaguin

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Information and Communication Section Lead: Aurora F. Marcelo Support: Haziel Natorilla Monitoring Unit Lead: Romelen T. Tresvalles Support: Angelina M. Go Mary Rizzi Gatchalian

MMIERDC Lead: Aleli R. Plete Support: Haziel Natorilla 5S Lead: Aleli R. Plete

Finance and Administrative Services Jose B. Patalinjug III ARD for FAS Support: Ms. Angelina Go

Technical Operations Division Rosalie B. Formento ARD for TOD Science Research Assistant Jon Jon M. Almazan

Cluster Area/S&T Centers for *Technology Transfer) PAMAMARISAN- Jennifer A. Palaganas CAMANAVA- Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. PAMAMAZON- Elvin B. Almazar MUNTAPARLAS- Romelen T. Tresvalles Support: Verlin Y. Macanip

Technical Support Services

DATBED Lead: Verlin Y. Macanip Support: Aldin C. Layaguin

Cashier Roquita Y. Bernaldez

Computer Operator I Grace I. Sablan

Budget Accounting Supplyand Property Human Resource Jose B. Patalinjug III Mae Antonnete A. Sta. Clara Lead: Jose B. Patalinjug III Marian R. Bagtas Support: Ryan Lara Focal Person:

Packaging and Labeling Lead: Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. Support: Verlin Y. Macanip

Technical and Consultancy Servives

Fairs/Exhibits/Inventors Week/ S&T Roadshow Lead: Aurora F. Marcelo Support: Jose B. Patalinjug III

DOST-NCR Website Lead: Aurora F. Marcelo Support: Haziel Natorilla Marian R. Bagtas

Tech-Based Livelihood Proj. Community-Based Proj. CP/GFIS Lead: Elvin B. Almazar Lead: Lead: Rosalie B. Formento Support: Jennifer A. Palaganas Support: Jennifer A. Palaganas Romelen T. Tresvalles Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. Jennifer A. Palaganas Verlin Y. Macanip Aldin C. Layaguin

Energy Audit Lead: Aldin C. Layaguin Support: Verlin Y. Macanip

Technology Trainings Lead: Elvin B. Almazar Support: Romelen T. Tresvalles Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr. Jennifer A. Palaganas Verlin Y. Macanip Aldin C. Layaguin

Food Safety Lead: Romelen T. Tresvalles Support: Elvin B. Almazar Oscar B. Sevilla, Jr.

MPEX Lead: Rosalie B. Formento Support: Elvin B. Almazar

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