Mindanao Daily NEWS business . northmin . caraga . davao Bringing Good News of Mindanao
Volume IV, No. 091 web portal: www.mindanaodailynews.com Wednesday September 2, 2015
DTI-Davao reminds stores on ‘Sales Promo’ policy
AVAO City -- The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao Region has reminded business establishments to clearly state their sales promotion period as provided in the Consumer Act of the Philippines.
See FULL STORY, page A2
Cagayan de Oro Water District in partnership with SM Bills Pay
SM Bills Payment facility as The SM Store’s valuedadded service is now accepting CDO Water District transactions. The partnership was sealed with a contract signing participated by the representatives of both companies; Raquel M. Beja - Gen. Manager ,Bienvenido V. Batar Jr. - Asst. Gen. Manager, Marilou B. Ondap - Finance Dept. Manager, Meriam C. Amper - Cash Division Manager, Richard P. Fanlo - SM Bills Pay Regional Manager, Judee C. Abragan - Customer Service Manager. SM Bills Pay is available at the following locations: The SM Store Customer Service, SM Business Services, SM Supermarket, avemore Agora, Savemore Capistrano and Savemore Kauswagan. Pay your utility bill now while you shop at SM. For inquiries, please call Customer Service Department thru 859-1188. #TheSMStoreCDO @thesmstore
‘Pacman’ has eyes on Senate
GENERAL Santos City–– Sarangani Rep. Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao announced here on Monday night that he is leaning closer towards making a run for a Senate seat in the 2016 elections. In a gathering of city stalwarts of his political party People’s Champ Movement (PCM), Pacquiao said he is seriously considering offers from the opposition camp for his inclusion in its senatorial slate but stopped short of making an official declaration. Interplast Australia & New Zealand doctors making their final rounds before leaving Vice President for Australia.
photo courtesy of rotary club of cagayan de oro
See senate, page A11
Teachers, students call: ‘Wikang Filipino, ipaglaban!’ By BETTINA CATLI and CHRISTINE CABANATAN of Bulatlat.com
A MIX of students from different universities joined teachers, linguists and other progressives in a ‘pistang protesta’ at the Mendiola Peace Arch here, August 25, against the Commission on Higher Education (Ched)
Memorandum Order 20 (CMO 20), which removes Filipino and other Philippine studies as subjects in college. “We are here to demand from the Philippine Normal University join the protest that Filipino, Philippine Lit- Students action against the elimination of Filipino subject, August 25. See students, page A11
Photo courtesy of Kathy Yamzon
A2 Mindanao Daily NEWS BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Contact nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
DTI-Davao reminds stores on ‘Sales Promo’ policy Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
AVAO CITY -- The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao Region has reminded business establishments to clearly state their sales promotion period as provided in the Consumer Act of the Philippines.
The agency made the statement in line with its intensified campaign against unscrupulous conduct of sales promotion as part of the efforts to uphold the rights of consumers. Quoting the law, DTI said Republic Act 7394, or the Consumer Act of the Philippines, defines sales promotion as techniques intended for broad consumer participation which contain promises of gain, which includes a prize (either in cash or in kind) and reward for purchasing a product or service, involves
winning in a contest or game, and utilize widespread means of communication. It is also a strategy intended to increase sales, patronage and/or goodwill of a product, service or credit facilities. These sales promo campaigns are offered in different types such as holding raffles (electronic or conventional), offering discount, premium, games, contest and redemption. According to DTI, the approval of a sales promo application can only be given once it suffices four elements
Editor : CHRISTINEEditor H. CABIASA - firstname.lastname@example.org : CHENG ORDOÑEZ
namely promise of gain, consumer purchase, use of mass media and duration. With these elements, there will be greater chances to achieve fairness in the conduct of sales promotion, truth in claims, guarantee in the delivery of commitments and remedies for possible violation. “We would like to reiterate that putting the phrase ‘until supply lasts’ in any sales promo activity is prohibited by law. Therefore, all establishments must ensure that the items on sale or the prizes they are giving away will last until the last day of the promo,” said Maria Belenda Q. Ambi, DTI-Davao Region Officer-in-Charge. Ambi added that any person who wants to conduct any
form or scheme for a sales promotion campaign of a consumer product, service or credit facilities which include sponsorship or game shows and similar activities must first secure a permit from DTI, from the Department of Health (DOH) for food, drugs, cosmetics and hazardous products, or from the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) for meat products at least 30 days prior to the actual start of
the promo period. Meanwhile, DTI clarified that no sales promo permit is needed for the following activities: sales promo campaigns sponsored by government; imported products under promo in their country of origin, excluding the Philippines; social, civic, political, religious, educational and other similar organizations conducted among their members; sponsorships of programs, concerts, game
shows and similar activities, political, religious and institutional advertisements presented for public service, education or information, health, environment and development or desirable values and similar activities. Ambi also urged the public to report any establishment running a sales promo campaign without a permit to the nearest DTI office. (PNA) LAP/BNB/LCM/JENNY GRACE M. MENDOZA/LDP
PCCI pushes for inclusive business climate By Kris M. Crismundo
MANILA -- The country’s largest business group, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) eyes inclusive business climate by supporting the local businesses. PCCI Honorary Chairman Sergio Ortiz-Luis, during the Tourism Investment Forum in Pasay City on Tuesday, said the business group is proactive for the growth of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Ortiz-Luis cited PCCI’s initiatives to support local SMEs which include its Business Matrix Program (BMP) that targets to link SMEs to big companies in the country as well as to improve access to finance; infrastructure development; food security efforts; strengthening the education system; and its Green Philippines Island of Sustainability (GPIoS)
aiming for sustainable industrial development of Metro Manila and Region IV-A, “In the area of infrastructure development, we have been very vocal with our advocacy to prioritize critical infrastructure projects that are urgently needed and can generate the highest impact,” Ortiz-Luis said. “These include power generation and transmission, water supply, seamless road network, airport development and flood mitigation. This is even made more critical given the impact of climate change which is expected to bring in more heavy rains in the country,” he added. “Private sector is also involved in promoting and tapping corporate social responsibility programs of companies, particularly the
large ones, to generate more and better-quality jobs especially for the middle class,” he noted. The PCCI executive said the strengthened collaboration among private sector, government, and other stakeholders will help the country to be globally competitive by improving the quality and productivity of SMEs. Ortiz-Luis said the country can overcome the middle-income trap by having an inclusive business climate. “A poorer country may not have as much resources, but can still benefit if it uses its limited resources efficiently to help uplift the lives of its people,” he said. “Towards this goal, we commit to work with government to hurdle the bumps along the narrow road to inclusive and sustainable progress,” he added. (PNA) CTB/KMC
OROFIESTA TRADING SERVICES, INC.
TUIG NA MI! SALAMAT CDO SA PAGTILAW UG PAGDAYIG!
0935-160-0668 HERMILINO VILLALON
22nd/31st Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro City
Mindanao Daily A3 NEWS
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Mobile nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
Community Listahanan: Extending a helping hand Each day we make choices about what path to take. Some people live for a fortune but some people live to give and to share their blessings to others. In a far-flung areas sitio Tumalog, Brgy. Zillovia, Talacogon, Agusan del Sur and sitio Binicalan, San Luis, Agusan del Sur, there is a man who stands, fights, and protects his people and they call him Datu. Sitio Tumalog and sitio Binicalan are among the Geographically Isolated
and Disadvantaged Areas (GIDA) in Caraga region. The area is 55 kilometers far from the municipalities of Talacogon and San Luis, Agusan del Sur. Banwaon, Manobo, and Talaandig are the tribes living in this land. One afternoon in midAugust 2015, the team from Listahanan project of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) headed by regional field coordinator Aldie Mae A. Andoy, together with the team of area coordinator
See listahan, page A10
13. ML- Puerto Branch National Hi-way, Puerto Cagayan de Oro City
2. ML- Pabayo Branch De Leon Building, Pabayo-Cruz Taal St. Cagayan de Oro City
14. ML-ALAE Branch Purok 8, Alae, Puerto, Cagayan de Oro City 15. ML- Bugo Branch National Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City
4. ML- Yacapin Branch Daumar St., Cagayan de Oro City 5. ML- Lapasan Branch Claro M. Recto Avenue, Lapasan, CdeO City 6. ML- Gusa Branch Gusa National Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City 7. ML- Velez Branch Door # 114 G/F De Leon Plaza Phase II Vacapin-Velez St., Cagayan de Oro City 8. ML- Divisoria Branch Cor. Tiano-Neri St., Cagayan de Oro City 9. ML- Limketkai Mall Branch Space M-2-123/Limketkai Mall Lapasan Cagayan de Oro City 10. ML- Limketkai 2 Service Arcade, Limketkai Mall Lapasan Cagayan de Oro City 11. ML- SM Showroom #1105 Masterson Ave. Upper Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City 12. ML- Capistrano Branch Capistrano-Gomez Sts. Cagayan de Oro City
16. ML- Kauswagan Branch Zone 1 Kauswagan Cagayan de Oro City 17. ML- Bulua Branch Southeast Building Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City 18. ML- Opol Branch S. Vacalares St., Opol Misamis Oriental 19. ML- El Salvador Branch National Hi-way, Misamis Oriental 20. ML- Alubijid Branch Poblacion, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental
3. ML-Claveria Pob. Claveria, Misamis Oriental
3. ML-Valencia 2 Branch M. Roxas St., Valecia City
4. ML-Balingasag Branch 15 de Septembre, Balingasag Misamis Oriental
4. ML-Malaybalay Branch Fortich St., Poblacion Malaybalay City Bukidnon
5. ML-Salay Poblacion Salay, Misamis Oriental
5. ML-Malaybalay 2 Alvaro, Pabillaran St., Malaybalay City
6. ML-Medina South Pob. Medina, Misamis Oriental
6. ML-Maramag Branch Purok 7, Maramag Avenue North Poblacion Maramag, Bukidnon
7. ML-Gingoog Branch National Hi-way, Gingoog City Misamis Oriental
8. ML-Kalilangan Branch Centra Pob., Kalilangan, Bukidnon
9. ML-Camiguin Branch E. Neri Street, Mambajao, Camiguin Province
9. ML-Wao Branch Poblacion, Wao, Bukidnon
10. ML-Camiguin 2 Rizal St., Mambajao Camiguin Province
10. ML-Aglayan Branch Purok 38, Sayre Highway Aglayan, Malaybalay City
12. ML-Balingoan National Higway, Bauk-Bauk, Balingoan, Misamis Oriental
23. ML-Laguindingan Pob. Laguindingan, Mis, Or.
11. ML-Kibawe Sayre Highway cor. Magsaysay St. West Kibawe, Kibawe, Bukidnon
BUKIDNON AREA MISAMIS ORIENTAL TO CAMIGUIN AREA Commencing on September 16, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
Commencing on September 17, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
7. ML-Don Carlos Branch Poblacion Don Carlos, Bukidnon
8. ML-Gingoog 2 Dona Graciana St., Brgy. 20, Gingoog City
22. ML- Macasandig Branch Macasandig Proper, CDOC
Sa Sityembre 15, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Abril 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.
1. ML-Quezon Bukidnon Branch National Highway, Quezon Bukidnon 2. ML-Valencia Branch G. Lavina Ave., Poblacion Valencia City Bukidnon
11. ML-Jasa-an Lower Jasa-an, Pob Jasa-an, Mis. Or.
24. ML-ORORAMA Inside Ororama Supercenter J.R. Borja Street Cagayan de Oro City, MIs. Or.
2. ML-Villanueva Pob. Villanueva, Misamis Oriental
21. ML- Carmen-2 Branch Kauswagan Road, Cagayan de Oro City
Commencing on September 15, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges left in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
Talacogon and Sitio Binikalan, San Luis, Agusan del Sur.
1. ML-Tagoloan Branch National Highway, Poblacion Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental
CAGAYAN DE ORO AREA
Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Rodolfo Ledesma, walked together for one purpose and goal. Walking and riding, Up and down the hills, rain or shine, the team fiercely faced the fears hitting the very rocky road and crossing the superb water flow of the river called Tagbulakan km. 41, Brgy. Mahayahay, San Luis and the river km.44 Adgawan, sitio Tambo, Binicalan, San Luis, Agusan del Sur, which you have to ride Regional Field Coordinator Aldie Mae Andoy, together with the team San Luis and a “Gaquit” or bamboo boat team Talacogon field staff ready to assess the Indigenous People at Sitio Tumalog,
1. ML- Osmeña Branch Abaya Building, Osmena St. Cogon Cagayan de Oro City
3. ML- Carmen-1 Branch Ang Building, V. Castro cor. Vamenta Boulevard Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao
Sa Sityembre 16, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa April 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.
Sa Sityembre 17, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa April 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo. TAGDUMALA
For inquiries visit our office at
M. LHUILLIER CAPISTRANO BRANCH Capistrano corner Gomez Sts., Cagayan de Oro City
A4 Mindanao Daily NEWS BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Mindanao Daily NEWS northmin . westmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
The Mindanao Daily nORTHMIN, Mindanao Daily CARAGA, mindanao daily westmin and Mindanao Daily DAVAO newspapers are founded by by MINDANAO DAILY NEWS on May 18, 2011 under Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Certififcate No. 01791042 , Region 10. It is incorporated as MINDANAO DAILY NEWS PUBLISHING CORPORATION on February 17, 2015 and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with Reg. No. CS201531735. Business Plate No. BP-28984 Under Business License Certificate No. 2015-15224, BIR-TIN No. 464-682-324-000
MINDANAO DAILY NEWS PUBLISHING CORPORATION Publisher
main office Door 2, Tanleh Building, Abellanosa St., Brgy. Consolacion, Cagayan de Oro City.Tel. Nos: (088) 856-3344, (08822)72-3344, 0917-7121424, 0947-8935776 E-mails: Advertising:firstname.lastname@example.org, Editorial: email@example.com
DANTE M. SUDARIA President and CEO ROSE MARY D. SUDARIA, Ph.D. General Manager DOLLY PELONE Comptroller melanie rivera Advertising Rolando sudaria Production oRlanD m. bolutano circulation --------------------------------------------------------------------------manila marketing office Rm 1005 Citiland 10 Tower 2 HV dela Costa St., Salcedo Villa, Makati City
Marketing and Sales Manager
GRACE FANUGAO ADALIA khai serreal Account Executives
EDITOR: ALLAN MEDIANTE • firstname.lastname@example.org
Countering a fraudulent election Did we say that we need an honest and credible presidential and local elections in 2016? Of course, but, what is the measure of an honest and credible elections when the credibility of the Commissions on Elections (COMELEC) is tainted with doubts and suspicions? Matter of fac t, t he COMELEC has been at the mercy of those who run the affairs of the government. In other words, the COMELEC is beholden to the wishes of the people in Malacanang that whatever the Palace wants, Malacanang gets. Thus, no matter how trusted the people at the COMELEC are, the experiences in the past have institutionalized the doubts that the people always questioned the result of the electoral processes especially involving candidates who are running under the political party of the administration. However, despite the apprehension, we still want to be optimistic of the conduct of the presidential and local elections in 2016. Otherwise, the people should be ready to fight for what is essential to the exercise of the right
We’ve all had our moments of sadness. Sadness is a normal emotion. We experience ruel pelone CRIS DIAZ it every time something Managing Editor Executive Editor unpleasant happens. We get sad when a relationship CHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING ends. Sadness is what we Associate Editor Contributing Editor feel when we get bypassed MARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda for a promotion. It’s what Lifestyle Editor Assistant Editor happens when someone we love says something hurtful. GILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit It’s part of everyday life. Motoring Editor Photo Journalist But sadness and depresfelix santillan ROEL CATOTO sion are two different things EDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao altogether. Depression is Layout Artists one of prevailing sadness PAT SAMONTE and yet depression is not irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN Reporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga just sadness. We all get the blues. We JOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG might even feel extremely Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao sad and grieve over a sigRegional Editors-Northmin nificant loss. But most of AL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA the time, we continue to Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant function and maintain a semblance of normalcy in ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI our everyday lives. EventuNOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE CELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 ally we bounce back. CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY Sadness is temporary Legal Counsel while depression remains --------------------------------------------------------------constant for weeks or bureau and mktg staff candy macabale - 09161326483 months. Sadness lifts when RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 something good happens. MISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 Depression doesn’t. LaughGINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 North Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 ter and humor dissipate VALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 sadness while depression KIBAWE, BUKIDNON - ROSEMARY GENON MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 doesn’t abate. Sadness may Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 invite negative thoughts but tubod - louie bukod-0948-1323348 it does not make us think of bobby mag usara-tangub city OROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 suicide as a suitable course ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 of action. Sadness does not cotabato - ANALISA ESPAÑOLA-0916-9351714 davao - MARLON GAYOG-09276314995 davao - tom a. caballero-09105783126 davao - tomas canoy avancena jr.-09177017010 davao del norte - sarah castor - 09263988293 davao occidental - alma ORTIZ - 09058532215 davao city/island samal - jessie palabao -0935-874-9825/ -0946-242-6672 davao comval area - abner yamson nave 09186935122/09354653451 digos city, dvo sur & kidapawan - romeo d. sanchez davao city - flaviano mahinay davao city - rene s. arias (Photo Journalist,) mati, davao - ronald “sanchez” sicad - 0936-704-2580 butuan - PAT SAMONTE-0912-8091093 san frans - CRIS PANGANIBAN-09277974193 San Francisco - deding PANGANBAN-0927-7974193 Pagadian City - GRACE FRANCISCO
Member: ORO CHAMBER Philippine Press Institute
of suffrage. One should not be cowed by the threats and the menacing machinery of the administration candidates. The administration controls the police, the military and the teachers of the Department of Education (DepEd) who is assigned to the various polling places in the country. Before the actual election takes place, the administration would see to it that all of the important players are in place. The military and police commanders are on orders to protect the interest of the administration candidates. Apart from the military and the police, the COMELEC and the teachers
are also under instructions to do whatever it takes to protect the favored candidates of the administration. By the way, the COMELEC decided to rent 94,000 new Precinct Count Optical Scanner (PCOS) machines from the Smartmatic, the company that sells the dreaded PCOS machines, which were employed in the 2013 elections. The price for the lease is only Php 7 billion! This time, however, it would no longer be called PCOS, but Optical Mark Reader (OMR). They are different, but of the same color, so to speak. In the past elections, the COMELEC would call key officials of the Division of Schools to a meeting, a month before the elections, in the guise of training. During this period, the COMELEC would provide the teachers “important instructions” on how to operate the OMR. Along the way, the COMELEC would announce the delivery of the OMR machines. The media would then be invited to witness that the OMR machines are working properly during
a trial run at the precinct level. Of course, 90 percent, if not all the OMR machines, would work perfectly during the delivery. Well, the media would eagerly report that the machines are working well. Do not be swayed by this deceptive introduction anymore. In the 2013 presidential and local elections, the COMELEC announced that all the delivered PCOS machines in Cagayan De Oro City were working perfectly. The COMELEC even invited the local media to witness how the PCOS machines work while on top of the condition. Alas! When the election day comes, all the PCOS machines, earlier declared as fit and running perfectly, bogged down! The COMELEC then announced that the source code would undergo repairs in Manila. It would take weeks to repair the “source code.” While people who knew a little about how the technology works, nobody damn cares that the PCOS could be manipulated. That is, actually, the thinking of the majority of the voters who believed See diaz, page A11
When Sadness Prevails: Sadness Versus Depression
ALLAN M. MEDIANTE Editor-in-Chief
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Contact nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
make us lose or gain weight, nor does it make us sleep more or sleep less. It’s important to understand the difference between the two, to understand that people with depression are not just sad. Depression is when a normal human emotion gets out of hand that we cannot think our way out of it without help. It goes beyond life’s up and downs. People who are depressed can’t just pull themselves together. Comparing sadness to depression is like comparing a benign tumor to cancer. One can easily be remedied by surgery or may be left alone, while the other one is life-altering and malignant. Sadness, like surgery for a benign tumor can be painful, but depression goes beyond being painful. It is not normal and it needs medical intervention. Telling someone who is depressed that “it will go away,” or to just “think positively,” is just like telling someone with cancer that with the right attitude, they will get better. They won’t. Depressed people have a prevailing sadness that does not go away and may or may not be related to life events. They lose interest
Jambie Austria -Del Rosario
or pleasure in the things they once enjoyed. They lose weight even when not dieting or gain significant weight (more than 5%) of body weight in a month. They may be unable to sleep or sleep excessively. They may feel restless or irritated. Fatigue and loss of energy haunts them. They feel worthless and guilty. They cannot think or concentrate and may become indecisive. Suicide might be on their minds. It might just be a desire or they may have a specific plan to carry it out. Being no stranger to depression myself, I know what it feels like. I know how dangerous it is to ignore it, wish it away, or leave it untreated. I know how
painful it is and how life altering. It feels like falling into the abyss with the abyss looking straight back at you. It feels like a subterranean grief and sadness that defines who you are. It changes your perception and you are gripped in the quagmires of despair. If you or your loved one feels like this nearly every day for at least two weeks to the point that it interferes with your daily activities, you may be depressed. Depression is very real. It is not just “all in the mind,” it’s in the brain. It alters brain chemistry so that it cannot be cured without medication and therapy. I urge you then to seek help. There’s too much suffering in the world to suffer unnecessarily, when help is available. Mutya ng Dabaw 1997 Jambie Austria-Del Rosario has spent the past 15 years in various facets of psychology, holding posts in human resources management, community relations, training and counselling. For questions or comments please feel free to get in touch with her at 0917-7001996 or email her at jambie. firstname.lastname@example.org
Created it All
“The heavens are yours, and the earth is yours; everything in the world is yours - you created it all.” -Psalm 89:11
who gave you your talents. If you’re modest, voice your praises by giving credit to the Lord. If you’re prideful, change your name to the Lord’s when shouting out your accomplishWhether you’re modest or proud ments. After all, the Lord gave you about your accomplishments, re- your talents, opportunities, and even member to give praise to the one your breath.
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Mobile nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
News In Focus Editor : CRIS DIAZ
Mindanao Daily A5 NEWS BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Bukidnon • Camiguin • Lanao del Norte • Lanao del Sur • Misamis Occidental • Misamis Oriental
Australian physicians in Oro for 10-day surgery outreach By MARK FRANCISCO, Staff Writer
AN eight-person medical team from Interplast Australia once again trooped to Cagayan de Oro for ten days last August to hold surgeries for cleft palate reconstruction and realignment. Now on its 17th year, the Put a Smile project of Interplast Australia has netted a total of 77 beneficiaries who have cleft palate deformities, some coming from as far as Visayas.
Persons who have these deformities usually suffer from low self-esteem and difficulty in social interactions with others. “We have patients coming from Boracay, North
Cotabato and Zamboanga,” reported Mar Paano, the chair of the Put a Smile leg in Cagayan de Oro this year. Interplast Australia is a not-for-profit organization working to improve the quality of life for people with disability as a result of congenital or acquired medical conditions such as cleft lip palate or burn scar contractures. They do this
by sending fully qualified Australian and New Zealand volunteer plastic and reconstructive surgeons, anesthetists and allied health professionals elsewhere in Asia Pacific to provide free surgical treatment for patients who could otherwise not be able to afford access to such services. Here in Cagayan de Oro, See surgery, page A11
Green spaces for condominium projects pushed CONDOMINIUM owners and developers will soon be mandated to establish and maintain green spaces in their condominium projects under the proposed “Green Spaces Act of 2015.” Rep. Scott Davies S. Lanete (3rd District, Masbate) filed House Bill 5963, which requires condominium developers to allot not less than 25% of the total area of the project area where local plants and trees are planted and efficient and environmentally-friendly building is located. The bill seeks to amend Jeric A. Gorit, son of photojournalist Gerry L. Gorit, takes a selfie of the 800-feet Republic Act 4726 or the tall statue of Jesus Christ at the Divine Mercy Hills in El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. Condominium Act. Devotees started to troop at the shrine in time of the September 8, 2015 birthday of See pushed, page A11
the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mindanao Daily News photo by Gerry Lee Gorit
Pa faces parricide raps for killing his wife, 4 kids ricide will be filed against a 34-year-old father today (Wednesday) who hacked CAGAYAN de Oro City--A his wife and four children senior police official said to death at dawn on Saturcharges of multiple par- day (August 29, 2015) in By GERRY LEE GORIT Correspondent
Republic of the Philippines 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT Fourth Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES RONALD L. PARIENTE AND SHENEN C. MANGILIT,
Valencia City in Bukidnon. Valencia City police station chief Supt. Al Abanales said Ramon Saballa, 34, attacked his wife, and four children with a bolo while
they were all asleep in their house in sitio Kibalaog, Barangay Lilingayon at 2 in the morning. Abanales said See faces, page A11
Republic of the Philippines 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT Fourth Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City CIVIL CASE NO.2015-056
RONALD L. PARIENTE AND SHENEN C. MANGILIT, Petitioners. X- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - /
IN THE MATTER OF JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF BETWEEN SPOUSES ALEXBERTO UNGAB BUNGABONG AND FLORDELIN D. DUHILAGBUNGABONG,
CIVIL CASE NO.2015-057
ALEXBERTO UNGAB BUNGABONG AND FLORDELIN D. DUHILAG-BUNGABONG, Petitioners. X- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - / ORDER
Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rites on April 8, 2001 at Marawi City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at 002 Adelfa West, Mahayahay, Iligan City respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated almost twelve years (12) years already, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalized their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other,neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on April 8, 2001 , so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on September 18, 2015 at 9:00 a.m at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 17th day of August, 2015.
Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rites on August 1, 1992 at Iligan City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at Tambacan, Iligan City and Buru-un Iligan City respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated almost two (2) years already, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalized their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other,neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on August 1, 1992 , so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on September 18, 2015 at 9:00 a.m at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 18th day of August, 2015.
(Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: Aug 19, 26 & Sept 2, 2015
(Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: Aug 19, 26 & Sept 2, 2015
Panabo farmers ask NIA, local government to repair irrigation system By Antonio L. Colina IV of MindaNews
DAVAO City––Farmers appealed to the city government of Panabo, Davao del Norte and National Irrigation Administration (NIA) to repair the damaged irrigation system that supplies water to about 5,000 hectares of rice plantations in the city. In an interview at the sidelines of Kapehan sa Dabaw at SM City Davao on Monday, Peter Edulantes, a farmer of Barangay Southern Davao, said several farmers had stopped planting rice as vast tracts of land had dried up after the 10-km irrigation system spanning 12 barangays was damaged by Typhoon Pablo. The irrigation system was still serving a portion of neighboring Carmen town, also in Davao del Norte, he said. Edulantes said the irrigation canals had gone through four repairs already since NIA built it in 2009. But he said NIA did not use concrete but only piled sandbags which were easily damaged. He said weeds had covered the rice fields and most farmers have incurred income losses as they could no longer plant the crop. See farmers, page A11
PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that EMALITA MABELIN NEGRE has filed with this Office a petition for the change for first name from “EMERITA” to “EMALITA” in the Certificate of Live Birth of EMERITA R. MABELIN who was born on September 22, 1961 in CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY and whose parents are PEPITO B. MABELIN and LEONARDA A. RIVERA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than September 4, 2015. (Sgd) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: Aug 26 & Sept 2, 2015
ANNEX “B” Publication Notice R A 9048/10172 Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Bukidnon Municipality: Kadingilan Date 09 JULY 2015 MP No. 001-2015 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 9048/10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that HESUSA BARORO VILLAMERO has filed with this Office a petition for Change First Name (CFN) from “JESUSA” to “HESUSA” and a correction on the Month and Day of her Birth from “JAN. 29, 1959” to “MAY 8, 1959” in the Certificate of Live Birth (COLB) of JESUSA MACALISANG BARORO who was born on JAN 29, 1959 at SIQUIJOR, NEGROS ORIENTAL whose parents are PELAGIO BARORO and JUANA MACALISANG. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition to this Office not later than 27 JULY 2015. (Sgd.) EVELYN J. JOVELLAR Municipal Civil Registrar-OIC MDN: Sept 2 & 9, 2015
A6 Mindanao Daily NEWS BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Editor : CHRISTINEEditor H. CABIASA - firstname.lastname@example.org : cheng ordoÑez
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Contact nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
DAVAO DEL NORTE l DAVAO DEL SUR lDAVAO DEL ORIENTALl COMPOSTELA VALLEY
Quake, tsunami drills in Oplan ANDAM 2
AVAO DEL NORTE – Coastal communities prone to storm surge and tsunami, as well as, barangays within the fault lines get the priority in the second phase of the feted disaster preparedness program of the province. After the successful implementation of the first edition of the Oplan A.N.D.A.M. (Advocacy on Natural Disaster Awareness and Management) program in 66 flood-prone barangays, the province will launch Oplan A.N.D.A.M. 2 to teach people how to get to safer grounds in the event of earthquakes, tsunamis and storm surges. The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and
Management Council approved the start of the Oplan A.N.D.A.M. 2 next month, during its regular session last August 24, 2015 at the Bulwagan ng Lalawigan. Romulo Tagalo, Executive Director of the Provincial Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CCA-DRRM) Council said the upgraded program aims to teach the
BODYFLEX Holistic Massage Services
communities the telltale signs of impending landslides, storm surges and tsunamis. “We will implement this for the community people to be aware of the evacuation routes, warnings and signals,” he said. Tagalo stress ed the significant role of the concerned government agencies during the actual evacuation drill in the twoday event. He revealed the first day will feature synchronized workshop on basic first aid and life-saving techniques, security and safety, evacuation camp management, animal safety, coastal resource management, critical incident stress debriefing, warnings and signages, and technical and logistics assistance.
The actual community drill will be held on the second day, mobilizing all barangay functionaries and ordinary folks on site. A feedback session will be held after the drill, highlighting the lessons learned and the improvements that need to be put in place to increase awareness, including modifications to the sign locations and the routes to make the evacuation easier. Governor Rodolfo del Rosario welcomed the innovation as a “very important intervention to ensure zero casualty in big earthquakes, storm surges and tsunamis.” Four barangays will benefit from the program this year, while over 20 more barangays will be served next year. (Noel Baguio/ PIO DN)
15-minute power interruption on September 3 Davao Light and Power Co. will implement a 15-minute power interruption on September 3, Thursday, anytime between 4:00 a.m. to 4:30 a.m., affecting customers connected to its Panacan and Ecoland Substations. This service disruption is necessary to facilitate the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines’ Preventive Maintenance and Servicing on its 50MVA Bunawan Substation affecting the above mentioned substations. To keep power interruptions at the barest minimum, Davao Light will temporarily transfer the loads of the affected substations to nearby substations. Specifically affected are customers from COA office going to crossing Panacan up to Holcim Ilang including areas of Sasa and Panacan proper. Also to experience this interruption are customers in the entire area of Ecoland including Magtuod, Langub and Maa. Davao Light apologizes for the inconvenience of this scheduled power interruption. But it will exert all efforts to restore electric service as scheduled or earlier. However, there may be instances where restoration may extend beyond the schedule due to unavoidable circumstances.
LOT FOR SALE By: TRAINED & GORGEOUS MALE/FEMALE MASSAGE THERAPIST. HOE/HOTEL SERVICES ONLY 09374810455 / 09061149906 / 09187958578 / 09061149906 - REY email ad: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located at POBLACION, LAGUINDINGAN Misamis Oriental 6,500 square meters Beside the transport terminal and near the Airport Ideal location for business For Inquiries, contact: 0975-226-7293
MDN: Aug 20 - Sept 19, 2015
BROADCASTING DAILY AT 1368 ON AM BAND AND ON PARASAT CABLE TV AT CHANNEL 5
DRIVING SCHOOL RENT A CAR
Learn to Drive now in 5 days at 2 hrs. per/day
Ofﬁce Hours: Email Add:
8:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M. Monday to Sunday email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
(088)-327-3188 Cellphone: Globe: 0915-2171132 TM : 0935-4479393 SUN : 0925-8449393
Door 4, Poldo’s Town Center, Vamenta Blvd., Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
RUSH SALE 12 Hectares of Land about 80% planted with Benguet/Carribean Pine Trees.
Location: Patpat, Malaybalay, Bukidnon For details call Rory 09062282483 MDN: Mar 28 - Apr 27, 2015
KIMBERLITE PAWNSHOP MALAYBALAY BRANCH
Kagay-an Festival 1st Oro Lechoneros Encuentro Champion
for Orders, Contact Yoyong:
Kimberlite Pawnshop will be having an AUCTION SALE on all items that expired on July 2015: AUCTION DATE: September 22, 2015 Estrada Bldg., Fortich-Don Carlos Sts., Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : email@example.com Mobile nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
Mindanao Daily A7 NEWS
BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao
Editor : CHRISTINE H. CABIASA - firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Agusan del Norte • Agusan del Sur • Surigao del Norte • Surigao del Sur • Dinagat Islands
Cantilan Bank lauded as one of PH’s top 3 outstanding CFIs
Cantilan Bank, Inc. (CBI) landed third place at the recent Gawad CFI Awards of Land Bank of the Philippines for the most outstanding Countryside Financial Institution (CFI) in the National level for Rural Bank Category. CBI has won awards from Landbank for five consecutive years for its outstanding performance in providing credit to the countryside. Last year, CBI also bagged third place in the same category with added recognition as the country’s best CFI intermediary with the lowest pass-on rate. Land Bank of the Philippines is now on its 17th year of honoring outstanding CFIs which serve as models in bringing financial assistance to small borrowers particularly in the countryside. Cantilan Bank Chairman Lt . G e n . Wi l l i a m K . Hotchkiss III (Ret.) received the award together with two CBI branch managers during the Gawad CFI Awarding C eremonies
on August 14, 2015 at the Centennial Hall, Manila Hotel. It was attended by the Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines, Chamber of Thrift Banks, key officers and leaders of Small and Medium Enterprises and representatives from other government agencies. Recently, Cantilan Bank renewed its partnership with Landbank in its aim to provide the financial needs of the rural communities. With P500 million worth of Banking and Credit facilities this year, CBI can extensively offer reasonable loan interest rates for the benefit of its microfinance clients such as fisherfolk, small farmers, and small businessmen who are all taking part to expand the rural economy of the country.
1. ML SAN FRANCISCO 1 Center Island, Brgy 2, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur 2. ML SAN FRANCISCO 2 Obedoza Street, Brgy 2, San Francisco, Agusan Sur 3. ML BAYUGAN 1 367 Narra Avenue, Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur 4. ML BAYUGAN 2 Libres St., Taglatawan, Bayugan City 5. ML BUNAWAN Purok 3, San Teodoro, Bunawan, Agusan del Sur 6. ML STA JOSEFA Purok 7, Poblacion Sta Josefa, Agusan del Sur 7. ML TRENTO Purok 6, Poblacion, Trento, Agusan Sur 8. ML BAROBO Purok 4, Poblacion Barobo, Surigao del Sur 9. ML PROSPERIDAD Purok 4, Poblacion Prosperidad, Agusan Sur Commencing on September 15, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges left in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
Present in the photo are (from left): Landbank Directors Victor Gerardo Bulatao, Tomas de Leon Jr., Crispino Aguelo; Landbank President & CEO Gilda Pico; Cantilan Bank Chairman Lt. Gen. William K. Hotchkiss III (Ret.); Cantilan Bank Branch Managers Rolmar Basalan and Clarissa Geli; Landbank SVP for Mindanao Lending Group Joselito Gutierrez and Agusan del Norte Lending Center Head Jimmy Arco.
Cantilan Bank President Brig. Gen. Charles Y. Hotchkiss (Ret.) (sitting, second from left) signs the partnership agreement between CBI and Landbank, together with (sitting from left) CBI General Manager Raul Bernabe B. Urbiztondo; Landbank Agusan del Norte Lending Center Head Jimmy Arco; and, CBI Branch Banking Operations Head Marie Stella B. Kindica. all photos supplied
1. ML MANGAGOY 1 Espiritu Street, Brgy Mangangoy Bislig City, Surigao del Sur 2. ML MANGAGOY 2 Abarca Street, Brgy Mangagoy Bislig City, Surigao del Sur 3. ML MANGAGOY 3 P. Castillo St. cor. Pecasales St. Brgy Mangagoy, Bislig City, Surigao Sur 4. ML BISLIG National Highway, Bislig City Surigao del Sur 5. ML HINATUAN Purok 5, Brgy St. Hinatuan Surigao de Sur
Commencing on September 176, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges left in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
ML TANDAG 1 Capitol road, Telaje, Tandag City ML TANDAG 2 Donasco Street, Bag-ong Lungsod, Tandag City ML TANDAG 3 Rizal Street, Bungtod, Tandag City ML TANDAG 4 National highway, Bag-ong Lungsod, Tandag City ML ARAS ASAN Purok Camia, Aras-asan, Cagwait, Surigao del Sur ML CARASCAL Saca, Carascal, Surigao del Sur ML CANTILAN Rizal Street, Linintian, Cantilan, Surigao del Sur ML MADRID Urbiztondo St. Cor. Nat’l Highway Quirino Madrid, Surigao del Sur
Commencing on September 17, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. those establishment above will set a public auction all overdue pledges left in the same up to April 2015. Patrons are enjoined to verify their receipts.
MANAGEMENT Sa Sityembre 15, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Abril 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.
Sa Sityembre 16, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Abril 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.
Sa Sityembre 17, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Abril 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.
M. LHUILLIER SAN FRANCISCO 1 Center Island, Barangay 2, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur Tel # 085-3439520 ; Mobile # 09479991801
M. LHUILLIER MANGAGOY 2 Abarca Street, Barangay Mangagoy, Mangagoy, Bislig, Surigao del Sur Tel # 086-8531671/3110989/8531670 Mobile # 09479991797
M. LHUILLIER TANDAG 1 Capitol Road, Telaje, Tandag, Surigao del Sur Tel # 086-2113145; Mobile # 09479991802
Mindanao Daily NEWS ENVIRONMENT
A8 • Today is wednesday, September 2, 2015 • Editor: Ruel V. Pelone • E-mail: email@example.com
Editorial: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Advertising: e-mail: email@example.com Contact: 0917-7121424, 0947-8935776
Mindanao Daily TARPS-STICKERS-NEWS 857-8447, 74-53-80 0906-1389421 firstname.lastname@example.org
Editorial: e-mail: email@example.com • Advertising: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: 0917-7121424, 0947-8935776
Mindanao Daily A9 NEWS BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
The Hidden Costs of Complexity Big returns and better performance await companies willing tostrip away the complexities that prevent them from competing with faster, leaner challengers.
By Ryan Poggi Managing Director SAP Philippines
Taguig, Philippines -- August 26, 2015 - Global corporations must watch the startup activities in the Silicon Valley the same way a Jack Russell looks at Dobermans. “You’re not even my species.” The startups have an agility and flexibility that their larger, established brethren crave, but they are weighed down by complexity. In fact, the top 200 global companies lose 10.2 percent or $237 billion of profits due to the hidden costs of complexity (Global Simplicity). Complexity hides throughout organizations indecision making, business processes, and technology. Complexity is so insidious that it prevents organizations from bringing good ideas to the marketplace profitably, and it wastes time. According to BCG’s Complexity Report, large organizations can spend between 40 to 80 percent of their time on non-value added activities.These companies are working harder, but not realizing
results because they are spending time on activities that deliver marginal value to the organization. Left alone, complexity doesn’t get easier. Companies just get used to it. But a willingness to endure doesn’t lead to a competitive advantage in a digital world where 90 percent of the world’s data was generated in the last two years and business networks are expected to grow by 40 percent, where 9 billion people are mobile, and 212 billion “things” will be connected. Business Transformed by Simplicity A new rule of order, where simplicity takes center stage, is fundamental to business success in the digital age.In a business run with simplicity at its core, business managers from throughout the organization make decisions in the moment with less effort and more impact. Here’s how the transformations start. At a large telecommunications firm, a regional sales manager is mapping outleads for the coming quarter. He initially decides to target a big sales deal for a government agency that looks like impressive numbers, until he runs a real-time forecast of the project’s profitability, analyzing the deal structure, profit, and margin. He aggregates the data from his mobile device without sending a request out to a business analyst and waiting for a response.
Instead, he immediately gets the insight he needs and realizes thata smaller sell has much higher margins. He can improve the company’s overall financial health and bring more value to the company with less effort. Similar in-the-moment business decisions are anticipated in the food industry where engineers are developing the best chip to dip or the tastiest cookie with the fewest calories. These engineers need information from multiple business units, including focus group feedback, ingredients information, costs, and more, to turn the testing into a product ready to go to market. The data is not neatly stored in one system or even in the same format. But the disparities don’t slow the process, the engineer continues testing and improving his product until he has a winning formula. When the chip is released, marketers immediately start tracking customer trends, targeting specific customers, and developing personalized campaigns. A high volume of data across different channels can be converged and analyzed in real time to fine-tune the campaigns. With so much immediate feedback, the marketing team can put their time and money into customer segments that will provide the highest returns. Staying with the new chip
example, consider what happens when the taste engineer does find a magic recipe and the marketers reach a chip-hungry customer base. The company now has the good problem of needing to put their bags of chips on shelves throughout North America, and they can because they have simplified the overly complex process of supply chain logistics. Managing the deliveries and tracking the inventory by Excel spreadsheets is too cumbersome and slow. It also doesn’t respond and adapt automatically when trucks face unexpected delays or when product orders spike randomly. To accommodate the unexpected, everyone within the supply chain needs access to the information from whatever device they have at hand so that deliveries will reach their destination on-time and accurate,and all the participants can keep their businesses running smoothly. In businesses that thrive on simplicity, reimagining business models, business decisions, and business processes is not just possible; it’s a standard, daily activity. Simple Innovation Reaching this level of simplicity requires technology that is designed specifically to reduce complexity. With SAP S/4HANA, SAP has introduced a new business suite natively designed on the most modern in-memory platform, SAP HANA.The
solution simplifies enterprise software and leverages the advantages of a highly mobile user base, the costs savings and efficiencies of the cloud, and real-time demands. Early adopters are already experiencing results. Industry leaders across South East Asia are already reaping the benefits of reduced complexity in their businesses. In Indonesia, PT Delami Garment Industries, one of Indonesia’s leading garment producers, are implementing this new SAP S/4HANA technology in their organization. The company’s current IT system was not integrated, which led to multiple issues such as poor stock visibility, difficulty in data collection from their stores and outdated and inaccurate data, which limited intelligent decision making. Inorder to prepare for their planned business expansion, real-time data collection for better stock visibility was necessary. Leveraging the business benefits of SAP S/4HANA, PT Delami is expected to develop better planning capabilities, leading to improved stock visibility and the maintenance of healthy inventory levels, with minimized stock to sales ratio. SAP S/4HANA’s in-memory technology will enhance the company’s business processes, data accuracy and allow for better distribution efficiencies,
See costs, page A10
Globe Telecom strengthens drive to position PH as world’s digital hub with Free Facebook and Free Viber offer Starting September 1, 2015, customers will get free access to Facebook and Viber with their favorite Globe call, text, and surf promos The country’s number 1 mobile brand Globe Telecom continues its drive to position the Philippines as the Digital Lifestyle Capital of the World by giving customers free access to Facebook and Viber with their favorite Globe call, text, and surf promos. As the leader in the country’s mobile data segment, Globe has been an industry pioneer in offering Filipinos easy and seamless access to top social networking and over-the-top (OTT) messaging sites, enabling users to embrace the digital revolution and helping shape the country’s potential to become the world’s next digital hub. Starting September 1, 2015, all Globe Postpaid, Prepaid, TM and Tattoo customers can enjoy free access to Facebook and Viber when subscribed to promos including GoSURF variants and other existing call and text promos such as GOUNLI, ALLNETCOMBO and TMSULITXT, among others without the need for a Wi-Fi connection. “Since 2013, we have given customers a whole new way of enjoying an
enriched and contentdriven mobile experience by being the first telco in the country to give free access to a full Facebook experience. The overwhelming market take-up further drove us to partner with global content players like Viber to take the experience a notch higher,” shares Dan Horan, Senior Advisor for Consumer Business at Globe. “Starting September 1, over 50 million mobile and broadband customers will once again enjoy free access to Facebook and Viber by subscribing to their favorite call, text, and surf promos for a leveled-up digital connectivity like no other.” As the only telco in the country to offer a free full Facebook experience, customers will be able to view photos, stream videos uploaded on Facebook, as well as post, like, share and make comments on the social networking site. Globe Prepaid and TM customers subscribed to their promos will automatically get free access Facebook. Postpaid customers on the other hand can opt-in
by texting FREE FB ON to 8888. Alongside Facebook, the browsing experience is made even better with free access to Viber. Customers can enjoy sending stickers, chatting with friends and groups, and staying connected with other Viber users around the world. Those registered to a Globe text promo can get Free Viber chat, which includes sending and receiving messages, as well as stickers, doodles, and photos. Exploring public chat is also free. When registered to a call or surf promo, customers can enjoy Free Viber chat, complete with voice and video calls. Postpaid customers can instantly enjoy Free Viber call and chat for the entire promo duration. Globe continued to dominate the country’s mobile data segment after posting mobile browsing and other data revenues of P9.5 billion in the first six months of the year, a 53% growth from previous year’s level at P6.2 billion. On a quarterly basis, second quarter 2015 revenues reached P5.1 billion, up 16% from previous
quarter at P4.4 billion. This achievement brought the contribution of mobile data revenues to total mobile revenues by 23% as of 1st half of 2015, coming from 16% the previous year. With mobile data business growing at a rapid pace, data users from overall Globe mobile customer base have grown to 37% during the same period, a substantial increase from previous year’s 17%. Wireless data traffic on the Globe network has also increased by 82% year-on-year with the growing number of smartphone users and applications that leverage the internet. To support the growing demand for bandwidth-heavy services such as broadband and data, Globe spent around P11.4 billion in capital expenditures in the first half of 2015. For more information on Free Facebook, text FREE FB HELP or FREE FB STATUS to 8888 or visit www.globe.com. ph. To know more about accessing Viber for free, visit www.globe.com.ph/ freeviber.
Classroom Structuring By Sandilyn Yurong Filipino Teacher – III Patudan Elementary School Patudan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
In order to deliver education effectively, teachers should be intelligent and creative to encourage learning among students in all forms. In schools, classroom structuring is usual but found effective. The surrounding of a learning environment is very important. It should be conducive to learning and attractive to the eyes of the students. Most creative teachers color their classrooms in pastels that could entice student attention. They also add charts to the walls, so no matter what a student is doing, he would be reminded with basic knowledge. Structuring also include installment of a mini-library and educational toys display. In some schools, points given to the class during discussions could also be converted to coupons where these will be exchangeable to items available in a Toys Store corner of the classroom. Some teachers bring audio players in their class and let children’s song play
during recess time. These are big help for students for these basic things could give them the idea that they have something to be look forward to once they enter their class homes. However, there are also disadvantages to classroom structuring, especially if the designs are already too much. It could be annoying to the eye and disturbance to children’s concentration. In addition, it would require a teacher to spend even his own money. So, a teacher must see to it that what she put in the classroom is just moderate in design, and helpful to children, instead of being a disturbance. She should make sure that materials are not so expensive so that it would not cost him more than he should spend. Classroom structuring is a very good learning strategy. In fact, it is one of the basics; but there is a so-called responsibility. Being a creative and effective teacher is also responsible individual.
A10 Mindanao Daily NEWS
BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
Fulfill your divine assignment Special Gospel of the day (September2, 2015-Wednesday) Luke 12:35-38- when he will return from the wedding; that when he cometh and knocked, they may open unto him immediately. Blessed [are] those servants, whom the lord when he cometh shall find watching: verily I say unto you, that he shall gird himself, and make them to sit down to meat, and will come forth and serve them. And
Listahan... from page A3
to cross. The fare costs Php 600. The everyday living of the IPs in this land is simple yet difficult. The food and other commodities are very expensive especially the fare which cost Php 2,500 one (1) way. At night, IPs use lampara to light their small nipa houses. As early as 3:00 a.m. the residents are now going to their farm which is 3 kilometers far from their homes. Fathers and older siblings in the house are away from their families for 3 to 4 days to plant crops like sweet potatoes. Taking risks without hesitation, the team of are a sup er vis or Kemo Tito extended their helping hands to assess the Indigenous People (IP) living in sitio Mentosing. They were guided by the Datu of Mentosing who is Datu Ginlabuan Siguro. This sitio is very far from the civilization. It will take a one day walk passing rough roads, forest, and river. Nonetheless, the team assessed a total of 21 households. The team assessed a total of 100 households 60 households for sitio Tumalog, 19 households in sitio Binicalan which are all call-backs, and 21 households in sitio Mentosing. Deputy Regional Project Manager of Listahanan Nerisa T. Murih said that in the 2nd round family assessment, the project really prioritizes the IPs living in GIDA areas for them to benefit programs and services in the future. “We really assure that no one and no family will be left behind, said Murih. Listahanan is a national government project implemented by the DSWD. It is an information management system that aims to establish a reliable database of poor families to be prioritized in the delivery of social protection programs and services of the Government. ###(Social Marketing Unit/Maria Cecilia N. Sosas)
Costs... from page A9
including facilitating a more balanced demand and supply scenario. An example of proven results can be seen within
if he shall come in the second watch, or come in the third watch, and find [them] so, blessed are those servants: This gospel encourages us to be ready and prepared for the coming of Jesus Christ. In Acts 10:42-And he commanded us to preach unto the people, and to testify that it is he which was ordained of God [to be] the Judge of quick and dead. Are you ready for
the unknown judgment of God? In Matthew 24:36But of that day and hour knows no [man], no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only. Take note, no one can escape from the “anger” of God since we will be judged in two ways, individually and generally. In Hebrews 9:27- it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment. In 1 Thessalonians 4:17-then we which are alive [and]
remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Rapture will be done at the end. What are the signs before it happens? Matthew 24:7-for nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. This is my analysis; God gives you a tomorrow
Biblical reflection to do and fulfill your divine assignment that you never did yesterday. Use the day wisely because time is so fast and running. You need to do good everyday because life has no retake. Life has no replay. The damaged has been done yesterday cannot be repaired in the following day: Printing paid by: Neneth Ranoa - Bobong BalinoEdith Ranoa, PhD- Tony Jordan – Cagayan De Oro: My new number:
Bro. Edcel L. Closas 09187148435: God loves you!!!
MCS Teachers’ Achievement
By MARIA LUZ L. ABUCAYON Teacher III Mambajao Central School
In the recent school evaluation done by the Education Program Specialist, Mambajao Central School Teachers got the “Three-star Classroom Certificate” together with the principal’s office of their school principal Mrs. Marivic M. Amontos. The thorough evaluation was done last June 4-5, 2015. Teachers prepared their
classroom structuring in physical aspect and all the DepEd monitoring forms in order to achieve the criteria of compliance of all requirement from 1-3 stars. There was a rating sheet followed for classroom structuring imposed by the DepEd Camiguin as the basic of giving the stars. Luckily, of 92% of the
classroom teachers got the three-star award for their personal commitment, dedication, and creativity to showcase the ideal classroom which brought honor and pride to the department. The said award was received by the teachers during the Culmination Program of Buwan ng Wika last August 27, 2015 at MCS mini gym in Filipiniana attire. Congratulations teachers, keep the best always!
Working From Home Poses Challenge to Employee Productivity and Companywide Goals company a recent study shows. First, apart from SEO industry, working from home is also practiced by other companies that operate under different industries as a way of reward system to worthy employees in their organization. Some companies regard it as a good opportunity to display it to employees merely as a reward system so the same remain trustworthy while they work from home, but the main intention is to reduce expenses on space, utility, and office supplies. Nevertheless, may it be a reward scheme or a way to reduce company operating expenses; both are no longer an effective ways to promote employees’ productivity in the organization. To illustrate, a recent study shows that telecommuters are less likely to work forty hours a week. This suggests that allowing employees to telecommute poses a big challenge to their productivity and performance in the company. Once they are off the radar or company’s monitoring system, they begin to work in their own phase far more different from the usual and effective way. Hence, when this prac-
tice becomes their new routine, they are likely to experience difficulties on some important elements that have more to do with companywide HR goals. Second, as mentioned, one of the HR goals is to ensure productivity from each working employee in the organization. This objective is realized and gauged in terms of standard working hours. Because they no longer work onsite, regardless of the company’s encouragement to play under the same rules even when they are already working from home, inevitably the telecommuters are likely to feel unbound to keep rules and regulations set and only apply in the actual workplace. Also, they see it as an opportunity that gives them liberty to develop their own rules that are not in harmony to the HR goals and play under the same condition. Thus, these rules offer leverage to complete tasks based only on the number of hours required to finish a specific job. In other words, if tasks in one day are completed in four hours or less, that concludes the business working day. Distinctively, this issue will result to violation against standard working hours and contributes negative
impact to companywide HR goals. Undeniably, some would suppose that the remaining hours be spent to redouble the tasks more than a telecommuter is assigned to complete. This is not so. Majority of what happens in the real world is the actual opposite of the assumption. Third, tasks completed without spending eight hours of honest work from home will result to telecommuter’s likability to slack-off from work. This seemingly unpleasant activity of the telecommuter is obviously offensive to company’s mission and vision goals. For example, an employee who is allowed to telecommute come from a company that requires him (apart from working onsite) to work eight hours a day; forty hours a week, well monitored in terms of job performance, paid fix monthly salary including: bonuses, premium benefits, incentives, scholarships grants for selected members in the family and etc. Under the same rules, he works as the other employees who do work in the office but failed to religiously work in standard working hours not because the tasks are completed less than eight hours. It
has more to do with the remaining hours spent to non-work related activities. Others may view it as though a fair advantage for the telecommuter, (although tasks are effectively and efficiently done) but this still hurts both the company and the telecommuter big time. Ultimately, one major misunderstanding in allowing selected employees to telecommute is to assume that it will help the company lessen operating expenses and motivate employees to incre as e pro duc t ivity. This should not be the case. Telecommute should be viewed by companies as a competitive advantage against competitors in the same industr y to increase productivity but not awarded to employees who can work onsite or living within the city where the company is physically located at or else it will hurt the company big time. Companies should only employ telecommute to employees who are living away from the city of the actual business location and employees living and working overseas, not for increasing employees’ productivity who are working onsite.
is able to give better advice on strategic and operational plans that impact business performance.DSB has also moved its financial processes to SAP Simple Finance. Finance users at the digital services provider are able
to perform reporting and analytics on item levels, and reconciliations of costs and accounting can be done at any time. Based on the experiences with SAP Simple Finance and SAP Business Suite
on HANA, SAP S/4 HANA promises to provide the agility and flexibility that large corporations lost in their rise to success. They can break away from the pack and experience the responsiveness and
dynamics of their early, upstart years. These obvious benefits have resulted in close to 400 customers around the world signing up to implement SAP S/4HANA to pave the way for a successful business future.
By Rabel B. Catayoc, BSBA-HRDM, MBM, DM-1
Companies particularly in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) industry allow deserving employees to telecommute. These employees should have exhibited remarkable job performance in the workplace and have contributed significantly in the ongoing success of the organization. This working status is awarded when a certain employee has successfully complied with the minimum requirements depending on what the company decision maker has set. Moreover, these outstanding employees view working from home as a relief from daily exhausting routine––reporting to office eight hours a day, forty hours a week. Ideally, one can claim that working from home offers a wonderful opportunity to desist from traditional work routine. However, as far as employees’ performance is concer ne d, working from home is not a good motivational tool to promote employee’s productivity. Instead, it poses challenges to telecommuters on some important factors that play a vital role in their job performances in the the SAP company itself. After deploying SAP Simple Finance, SAP reduced its overall footprint by moving regulatory and managerial accounting on one common platform. According to SAP CFO Luka Mucic, his team
Mindanao Daily A11 NEWS
wednesday, september 2, 2015 Advertising and Editorial E-mail : mindanaodailynewsgmail.com Mobile nos. : 0917-7121424 • 0947-8935776
from page A4
who believed that the 2013 presidential and local election were a fraud. Well, let us extend a benefit of the doubt to Andres “Andy” Bautista, the new COMELEC chair appointed by Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III. However, it is still a must that one should be prepared to resist whatever it takes when election fraud is believed to be taking place in the conduct of the 2016 presidential elections. It is the right of the voters to fight for the right to vote the right candidates. A little doubt of election fraud in the polling places should not be taken for granted. Otherwise, those who do not deserve to be elected or reelected would regain the positions that the people really did not bestow on them. Send react/comment: email@example.com
Senate... from page A1
Jejomar Binay, who had declared to run for president under the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), earlier offered a senatorial slot for Pacquiao for the 2016 elections. The PCM, which had forged an alliance with UNA, dominated the 2013 elections here and nearby Sarangani Province. “Di pa ako talaga nagdesisyon ng final. Pero marami ang nag-advise sa akin na ito na yung chance, which is may punto rin sila (I have not yet made a final decision. But a lot of people have advised me that this is my chance to run for the Senate, and they have a point),” he said. Pacquiao, who is on his second term as representative of Sarangani’s lone district, said he will make a final announcement on the matter at the right time. “Di ako nag-aannounce tonight na ako talaga ay officially running for senator. Pero malamang dyan ang pupuntahan natin (I’m not officially announcing tonight that I’m running for senator but I will likely go that way),” he added. During the gathering, which coincided with the 44th birthday of City Mayor Ronnel Rivera, the PCM formally announced its lineup for next year’s polls. Rivera and Vice Mayor Shirlyn Nograles will seek re-election along with incumbent councilors Franklin Gacal Jr., Rosalita Nunez, Ramon Milleza, Arturo Cloma, Brix Tan and Shandee Llido-Pestano. Completing the slate are incumbent San Isidro barangay chair Jose Edmar Yumang, Rep. Pacquiao’s younger brother Bobby, Dominador Lagare Jr., Rodolfo Ladrera, Jonathan Blando and Van-van Congson. The party has not yet announced a challenger for incumbent South Cotabato first district Rep. Pedro
Acharon Jr. of the Achievers with Integrity MovementLiberal Party but it earlier considered outgoing councilor Dominador Lagare III for the post. City Councilor Ruel Pacquiao, who represents the Liga ng mga Barangay in the council, was reported to likely seek Rep. Pacquiao’s seat in Sarangani should the latter decide to run for the Senate. Incumbent Sarangani Vice Gov. Geraldine “Jinkee” Pacquiao, the congressman’s wife, had declared to retire from politics so she could concentrate on taking care of her family.
Students... from page A1
erature, Philippine Government and Constitution , and Philippine History subjects be returned to the college curriculum, which were ironically removed from the K12 curriculum,” said David San Juan of Tanggol Wika. The protest, led by the Alyansa ng mga Tagapagtanggol ng Wikang Filipino (Tanggol Wika), Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and Pilipinong Nagkakaisa Para sa Soberanya (PINAS), was held in celebration of Buwan ng Wika (national language month). The protesters also slammed the K12 program, and called it “a hindrance to the Filipino people.” “This K12 program and CMO 20 are anti-Filipino, and anti-development of our country,” said Aries Gupit, secretary general of LFS. “We believe that under this program the future of our youth will be bleaker.” “They are destroying the national identity of our youth, and our whole country which affects our development as a nation, and endangering the future that the youth will inherit,” he said. “This is a complete betrayal of our heroes who fought hard for freedom,” said Charisse Bañez of the League of Filipino Students (LFS), in a press release. Last April, the Supreme Court issued an indefinite temporary restraining order against the removal of Filipino as a subject, but the fight is far from over. “We are angry because this is an attack on our culture, our history, and our community as a unified nation,” said Raymond Palatino, Bagong Alyansang Makabayan-National Capital Region chairperson. Forcing CMO 20 Various groups gave cultural performance in honor of the national language. The song “Speak in English Zone,” which was written and performed by Joel Malabanan, a professor of Philippine Normal University, portrayed the shift of the country towards a “Western mindset.” Ang bayan ko ay Speak in English Zone Paghahandang yakapin ang globalisasyon Nag-eeksport kami ng
BUSINESS . northmin . caraga . davao Your Mindanao-wide Community Newspaper
manggagawa’t caregiver Mga graduates namin ay nasa call center Another song performed was ‘Bayan, Bayan, Bayan ko’ which encourages the people to continue the fight of Filipino heroes. Bayan, bayan, bayan ko, hindi pa tapos ang laban mo. Bumangon ka, kumilos ka, ipagtanggol ang laya mo. Bayan, bayan, bayan ko, hindi pa tapos ang laban mo. Rebolusyon ni Bonifacio, isulong mo, isulong mo In his performance, Mon Palaganas of the Silangan Artists Alliance tore pieces of paper from a notebook, and stuffed it in his mouth. “The notebook symbolizes the CHED memo 20 and K12 which is being forced on us, and you can see the suffering of the people who have no choice but to bear it,” he said. A cultural dance from Mindanao was performed by Tulos Baybay PUP, depicting a dance of the different uses of a malong. (http:// bulatlat.com)
Faces... from page A5
Ramon’s wife, Rosemarie, 30; and his four kids, Rose, 13; Arnold, 10; Anabelle, 9; and Ryan, 3, succumbed to multiple hack wounds on their bodies. However, the police official said Ramon spared his one-year-old daughter, Angeline. Ramon, who was arrested by barangays officials and tanods in the nearby sitio Cambangon at around 6 a.m. on August 29, also in Barangay Lilingayon, was still cuddling his daughter, Angeline, said Abanales. The arresting barangay officials and tanods managed to recover from the suspect the bladed weapon. The suspect, an alleged member of Sagrado Corazon Señor, told police investigators that prior to attacking his wife and children, he heard a voice. The voice, he said, ordered him to kill his wife and four children, except the one-year-old Anabelle. Abanales said the suspect showed signs of being “mentally disturbed” as he was not under the influence of liquor or illegal drugs during his arrest. As of press time, the police investigators are still having a hard time establishing the motive behind the gruesome killings. Angeline, who is the only survivor, is now under the custody of his grandfather Christiodes Bacalso.
designed and cost-efficient homes. “B e i ng s m ar t ly - d e signed, cost-efficient and convenient does not always mean they are consciously made to promote healthy, sustainable and green living,” Lanete said. Lanete said green living means the efficient use of natural resources, eco-friendly construction materials and maximizing negative impact of the development to nature. Lanete cited the 1987 Constitution, which mandates the State to protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with rhythm and harmony of nature. Under the measure, RA 4726 is amended to include a provision for a survey plan and diagrammatic plan of the green spaces in the project, in sufficient detail to identify the space, its relative location and approximate dimensions which shall not be less than 25% of the total land area of the condominium project. Lanete said the bill provides a fine of P1 million to owner or developer of condominium projects who neglect or fail to establish and maintain green spaces in their projects. --Lorelei V. Castillo, Media Relations Service-PRIB
Farmers... from page A5
Some resorted to planting corn in their rice fields only to fail because this crop would only rot when water accumulates after a heavy downpour, he said. Edulantes lamented that since 2013 the local government of Panabo and NIA had not acted on their request for repair. “Walay action among local officials. Naguba unya wala gi-repair (Our local officials have no actions. It is already damaged yet it has not been repaired),” he said. Rodolfo Singson, who owns 12 hectares of rice farm, blamed alleged government neglect for their plight. He said the last rice harvest he had was in 2013. He said some farmers had been forced to stop sending their children to school. Edulantes said farmers in Barangay Southern Davao will meet on September 2 to plan their next steps. According to data from Department of AgricultureXI, rice sufficiency of the region stood at 52 percent, short of its target of 58 percent. R i ce pro duc t i on in the region in 2014 was at 300,630 metric tons while from page A5 the demand for the same “Everyone has to do his ye ar was estimate d at or her part in promoting 522,321 MT. (Antonio L. and preserving the health Colina IV/MindaNews) of the environment,” Lanete said in pushing for the bill. Lanete said many fami- from page A5 lies in the urban areas today they’ve been hosted since choose to live in condo- 1998 by the Rotary Club of minium units since this type Cagayan de Oro. of real estate property pro- According to Carlos vides convenient, smartly- Gorospe who initiated the
Education is light to life By Carlo C. Lopecillo Teacher – I Balamban Elementary School South Mahayag District Division of Zamboanga del Sur
The world is dark without education. Education is very important. Having it is like putting a light to make this world clear to see. It more like pouring water into an empty glass. Therefore, an individual should attain it. He should not be ignorant with the world he lives in, people he interacts with and things that surround him. These are matters that make him a person and mold him into someone useful in society. Thus, he should know these things better through enrolling himself and be educated. Parents play big role in inculcating the value of
education among their children. In their young age, they should be given thoughts on how enjoyable, beneficial and important schooling is. They should be given idea on how education would impact their future life. They should be encouraged to do good once they enter schools. Teachers also play big role in encouraging appreciation of learning among student. They should do their best in teaching and put a heart on it. Number one step in encouraging people attain education is making them believe that education is more than something.
The Alternative Learning System of Education By Ione X. Canonigo Tudela National Comprehensive High School Secondary Principal – II Division of Misamis Occidental
Education plays an important role in each individual’s life. In fact, even in younger years, parents already invest in sending their children to school for the belief that someday, this investment will give great life to their offsprings. Fact be told, however, not all children in this globe are given the opportunity to see the bright light in education. There are a number of out-of-school youths in the country. Top of the reasons is that these children are under families who cannot afford to send their members to school and complete even basic education. Alternative Learning System comes in purpose to mend this problem among Filipino families. It is a learning system in the country that provides practical option to the existing formal instruction. ALS is a form of nonformal education catering adults, persons with disabilities and out-of-school and drop-out individuals. This program gave them the chance to finish unattended
program that year, he was moved to build a partnership with Interplast Australia because of the sheer number of children in Mindanao who are affected with cleft lip palates. It is the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro which coordinates the entire program, helps the visitors identify and screen beneficiaries, provides security and inland transportation and their other needs. For this year, Interplast Australia sent in two surgeons, three anesthesiologists and three nurses. All of them automatically become honorary members of the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro. It is now the second year that Put a Smile was held at the JR Borja City Hospital. The surgery for a patient usually takes an hour although Interplast Australia usually does double operations who have both a cleft
grade levels and have the qualifications to be enrolled in educational levels where they fit in. The program is held outside the classroom and created in a mode that fit the distinct situations and needs of the students. It is commonly conducted in community learning centers, barangay multi-purpose halls, libraries or even at home at an agreed schedule and venue between the learners and facilitators. Moreover, each time, ALS learning facilitators such as mobile teachers, district ALS Coordinators and instructional managers spearhead the conduct of classes. ALS is one avenue to extend the access of education, even in the situations that seem unreachable and hidden. It just expresses how important education is to each one. Thus, everyone, should be responsive enough and take the opportunity provided by different programs because it is a good way to help nurture education in the country and contribute to the building of this nation.
lip and a cleft palate. Such operations cost around P100,000 here in the Philippines or A$20,000 in Australia but Interplast Australia conducts it for free in Cagayan de Oro City. In 2013, Interplast Australia has dispatched 42 missions elsewhere in Asia Pacific – Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Laos, Nepal and other places in the Philippines. Mindanao Daily TARPS -STICKERS -NEWS
tarpaulin sticker billboards backlitfilm panaflex photopaper
0906-1389421 md nta rps@ g ma i l. c o m
Mindanao Daily NEWS arts . people . places . events Bringing Good News of Mindanao
Volume IV, No. 091
web portal: www.mindanaodailynews.com
See 2, story on PageA12 12 September 2015
TCL to Sponsor Promotional Tour of Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation Endeavoring to enhance global entertainment marketing MANILA, Philippines – July 31, 2015 – TCL, a leading player in the global TV industry, recently announced that it will sponsor the promotional tour of the highly anticipated Hollywood movie “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” which will be initially released on July 30th, 2015 in the Philippines. The promotional tour led by the leading actor, Tom Cruise, is expected to make a big hit among the movie fans. Unsurprisingly, the audience will find that TCL has also placed one of its products in the movie when it is on show. In recent years, TCL “TCL has emerged has been endeavoring as a true player on the to enhance its global Hollywood landscape. The entertainment marketing global reach of the brand as the company transforms makes TCL a very valuable from a conventional partner in our plan to TV manufacturer into a build audience anticipation multimedia entertainment for ‘Mission: Impossible technology enterprise - Rogue Nation,’” said and expands its global LeeAnne Stables, President presence. Entertainment of Worldwide Marketing marketing has helped Partnerships & Licensing at TCL to build brand equity Paramount Pictures. globally, especially among “Entertainment the younger generation. marketing is a key part of In 2013, TCL bought the our globalization strategy naming rights on the and is essential for our landmark Chinese Theatre transformation into a in Hollywood. Along with multimedia entertainment that, TCL has previously technology enterprise,” sponsored movies such as said Warren Wang. General Iron Man 3, The Avengers, Manager of TCL Multimedia Transformers 3, and X-Men: Overseas Business Center. Days of Future Past. “The ‘Mission: Impossible’
franchise has a legacy of delivering high quality entertainment experiences, which aligns with TCL’s goal to offer consumers high quality products with superior content, stylish design, and the latest technology at a great value. We believe that Paramount will be the perfect partner to help reach a global audience and enhance our tie with the younger generation.” In order to provide more diversified entertainment content and smart TV experiences for the users, TCL has developed GoLive, a revolutionary international video entertainment platform that delivers a diverse selection of licensed live content from quality TV stations around the world. It has also partnered with leading content providers such as iQIYI, Tencent Games and Roku, and as a result launched TCL iQIYI TV and TCL Roku TV. Apart from the abundant contents, TCL
Fr -R Allein Maliksi - PF Star ; Cyrus Baguio - Alaska Aces ; Mr. Eason Cai - Marketing Director, TCL Phils. ; Ronald Tubid - SM Beermen ; Mac Cardona - NLEX Road Warriors. photo provided ASEAN INTEGRATION FORUM IN GINGOOG CITY COLLEGES – VICE GOVERNOR JOEY G. PELAEZ explained to more than 1,200 students of Gingoog City Colleges (GCC) the salient features of the ASEAN Economic Community which will affect the youth in the upcoming ASEAN Integration beginning December this year. Vice Governor Pelaez aims to visit all public and private colleges in the Province to engage students in a meaningful discussion on the ASEAN Integration which is seldom talked about in schools and other venues. Also present during the seminar was GCC Dean, DR. EVELYN R. BIADO, and the faculty of the college. photo provided
is also leveraging its R&D strengths and innovation capabilities to bring better entertainment and smart TV experiences to the users. For example, its latest products H9700 and H8800 are both equipped with world-class display and acoustic technologies, including Quantum Dot display (H9700)/Curved Surface (H8800) and Wide Color Gamut technology to guarantee ultra high definition and vivid colors, Harman/Kardon speakers to generate an unprecedented immersive experience in sound, along with a Nordic design of the TV set. TCL is currently ranked No. 4 in LCD TV shipment, No. 5 in LCD panel manufacturing and No. 6 in mobile phone shipment on global basis. In Q1 2015, TCL’s sales revenue stood at $3.9 billion, with TCL Multimedia contributing $1.1 billion, or 28%. TCL Multimedia recorded a net profit of $6.18 million in Q1 2015, up 184.6% year-onyear. About TCL
Founded in 1981, TCL Corporation (000100. SZ) is one of the largest consumer electronics enterprises in China. Currently it has three listed subsidiaries: TCL Multimedia (01070.HK), TCL Communication (02618. HK), and Tonly Electronics (01249.HK), with a diverse business portfolio covering LCD TVs, LCD panels, mobile phones, audio and video equipment, home appliances and lighting products. Starting from
2014, TCL is focusing its goal of building new customer-centered “product + service” business model, while pushing its transformation towards “smart + Internet technologies.” TCL is committed to its new vision of “enriching lives of its customers by rendering products and services of ultimate experience.” For more information, please visit its website: http:// www.tcl.com/English.php/ index/index.html
The boys in the ‘hood enjoy the spectacle of the Centrio BISPERAS Fireworks from their vantage point across Cagayan River on the eve of the Cagayan de Oro City Fiesta, the Feast of St. Augustine 27 August 2015. (Photo courtesy of R aphy A rcaina )