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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region Branch 63 Bayawan City IN THE MATTER OF CANCELLATION OF CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH WITH LCR NO. 2007-1402 AND CORRECTION OF ENTRIES IN CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH WITH LCR NO. 89-1489 AS TO SEX FROM FEMALE TO MALE, MIDDLE NAME OF THE PETITIONER FROM SIBROSO TO VERGARA, LAST NAME OF THE PETITIONER FROM MANCAO TO SEBROSO, FIRST NAME OF THE MOTHER FROM CELIA TO CERELA, LAST NAME OF THE MOTHER FROM SIBROSO TO SEBROSO, DATE AND PLACE OF MARRIAGE OF PARENTS FROM JULY 3, 1983-HINOBAAN, NEGROS ORIENTAL TO NOT MARRIED AND INDICATING THE MIDDLE NAME OF THE FATHER AND MOTHER AS RECABORDA AND VERGARA RESPECTIVELY IN THE RECORDS OF BIRTH OF MARILOU VERGARA SEBROSO a.k.a. MARILOU SIBROSO MANCAO, MARILOU VERGARA SEBROSO, Petitioner SPEC. PROC. NO. 446 -versusTHE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF STA. CATALINA, NEGROS ORIENTAL, Respondent x - - - - - - - - - - - — - - - - - - - - - — - - -/

AMENDED ORDER Petitioner, in his verified petition, alleges that he was born on September 9, 1989 at Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental and his fact of birth was duly registered before the Office of the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental. However, just very recently petitioner discovered that his facts of birth was registered twice, under LCR No. 89-1489 which has registered on September 1989 and LCR No. 2007-1402 which was registered on August 06, 2007. Petitioner has been using the Birth Certificate under LCR No. 89-1489. However, in the said birth certificate the entries as to his sex, middle name, last name, first name of the mother, last name of the mother and date and place of marriage of parents were erroneously entered as FEMALE instead of MALE, SIBROSO instead of VERGARA, MANCAO instead of SEBROSO, CERELA instead of CELIA, SIBROSO instead of SEBROSO and NOT MARRIED instead of JULY 3, 1983-HINOBAAN, NEGROS ORIENTAL and indicating the middle name of the father and mother as RECABORDA and VERGARA. Thus, this petition. The petition being sufficient in form and substance, let them same be heard on June 25, 2013 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning at the Session Hall of this Court along Severino “Nene” Martinez Stree, Bayawan City. Interested parties are hereby enjoined to appear on the aforesaid date, time and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Let this order be published immediately, at the expense of the petitioner, for once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its five component cities. Furnish copies of this order to the Office of the Solicitor General, the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental, the petitioner and her counsel. SO ORDERED. Given in Chamber this 9th day of May 2013 at Bayawan City, Negros Oriental, Philippines The Negros Chronicle May 19, 26 & June 2, 2013

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From page 16 relatives in sitio Sto. Niño in barangay San Pedro. Military helicopter gunships were deployed for troop insertion in the hinterland areas as soldiers continue to pursue the suspected rebels. The assault led to an hour of running gun battle. Recovered on the first encounter were a homemade gun and several rounds of live ammunitions for M16 rifle. The pursuing troops also recovered three improvised marble shooting airgun, several ammunitions of M16 and M14 and jungle packs. On Tuesday afternoon, troops from 79 th Infantry Batallion led by 1Lt. Ronnie Sarmiento encountered more or less 30 heavily armed rebels in the hinterlands of sition Naupao, Barangay San Pedro, Santa Catalina town. Another soldier was reportedly wounded during the firefight. A female rebel believed To page 21

Highlights ... (Romero)

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officials are going to make a fortune from countryside development funds/pork barrel and pocket a lot of congressional allowances, we might as well share in the booty now. The problem also is that officials are looked upon as social security system – the fountain of patronage – an ATM machine who will dispense ready cash to faithful followers. This is what political scientist

The Acquisition of a Community Learning Center DALSC-T-3 Bulak, Dauin, Negros Oriental BY JOCELYN T.SIBALA The idea behind the Community Learning Center ( CLC ) concept is to provide learning opportunities outside school. Thus CLC is essentially an alternative to formal schooling. A community learning center is a dream for every District Coordinator and Mobile Teacher, and the effort towards creating one in the district draws support from local officials. The community partnership involved creates empowered communities that become active, essential factors in the academic, educational process. It envisions lifelong learning among out-of-school youth as well as adults. A dream and a vision, yes. It was in 2008 that I was designated as full-time District ALS Coordinator. At the time I had to look for learners who were interested in the ALS program, and the task was not exactly an easy one. Most of them, though interested, did not like to hold our sessions inside the school. Another problem was they were afraid of ridicule, ashamed of being teased by friends. Then somebody suggested that I used the newly installed Purok 4 waiting shed for venue! That was how I got to a start. I brought my learners to a waiting shed for our class of from 10 to 15. The width of the waiting shed was three meters and the length three and a half. The learners had to squeeze close together for everyone to be accommodated. Needless to say, that was not conducive to learning, and that was not all. The place was along the highway and the shed was open space. Passers-by and jeepney passengers would take a long look, curious of what we were doing in the purok waiting shed and it never failed to disturb and divert us. The roof of the shed was made of coconut leaves and during the rainy season the rainwater would drip in and only then would we become aware that the roof needed repair. When the learners got tired of being squeezed together many squatted on the cement floor. I brought along my whiteboard and there they were, looking up while I lectured. At day’s end the irony — a sweet one for me — was that, precisely because of the dire straits we had to go through, I felt so fulfilled. The learners, on the other hand, did not mince words to complain of the situation. But what sustained and motivated them was the prospect of passing the test and enrolling on the next level. And, by the grace of God, we had the strength, we were meant, to endure and accept the challenge for a year, my original set of learners and I.

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In the meantime, at a general assembly in the barangay to which I was invited I pounced on the opportunity to bring up my problem before the community and local officials. I raised the possibility of extending the waiting shed for the benefit of our out – of –school youth. The officials lent an approving ear but the problem was they did not have enough money to meet the logistics needed for the project. I did not give up – their positive response was enough to encourage me to persist. I brought the matter to the attention of the District Supervisor who similarly approved of the campaign I had decided to embark upon. I wrote solicitation letters to people who had means – friends, relatives from abroad—one congressman from the province of Davao. Money poured in and I started constructing the extension of our waiting shed. From the original length of three meters, our waiting shed was now five meters. The structure was cement but rough, the roof was galvanized iron. I asked for blackboards from formal schools and old desk. The community learning center was still small but now it could hold 15 to 20 learners. The seats did not sit well with the adults (pun intended) but it was better than squatting on the floor. I brought along my old seats from the house. Since then every year there is a dramatic increase in enrollment. Word of mouth was instrumental in circulating news on the existence of our Alternative Learning System. This year I made another extension of, my learning center. I did not solicit this time around but financed it myself. The enrollment keeps increasing. The learning center could no longer hold the increase in the number of learners. While I am having class, the expansion of the learning center goes on! The class meets three times a week, morning and afternoon. Varied personalities, differences in character, levels of maturity are some of the most important factors to consider in the kind of strategies and methods of teaching to be employed. Traditional worksheets and assessments have their place; lecture method is employed, as well as reporting that link theories to real life. One of my favorite methods is project - based learning which enables the learners to express and deepen their knowledge in creative ways. The modules from BALS ( Bureau of Alternative Learning System) are photocopied for their utilization. From two of these modules, the learners themselves initiated “ Gulayan ng ALS.” The vacant lot adjacent to the learning center was used for the vegetable gardening!

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