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Villar nanawagan para sa malawakang info campaign sa bagong Anti-trafficking Law NANAWAGAN si NPTeam PNoy senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar sa Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) na maglunsad ng

malawakang information campaign tungkol sa RA No. 10364 o ang Expanded Anti-Trafficking Act of 2012 para balaan ang mga sindikato na seryoso ang

goberyerno sa paglaban sa human trafficking. Iginiit ni Villar, isa sa may akda ng Anti-Human Trafficking Act of 2003 na mas maraming ngipin

ang pinalawak na batas ng Anti-Trafficking Act na kamakalian lamang ay nilagdaan ni Pangulong Aquino. Mas marami ring resources ang ipinagkaloob

ng batas para mapaigting ang paghabol sa mga sangkot sa naturang krimen. Pinuri ng dating kongresista ng Las Pinas sa VILLAR /P5

NCIP lauds Kaamulan 2013 street dancing entries Cynthia Villar

Comelec calls ALAYBALAY City––Contingents from six towns and two cities competed in the Kaamulan for conscience M 2013 street dancing competition Saturday morning performances that a provincial official of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples and principle featuring (NCIP) described as “close to authentic.” By Walter I. Balane of MindaNews.com

By Jun Felicilda, City Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City – Every political candidate is duty bound to abide and comply with, in conscience and principle, the provisions of the Omnibus Election Code (OEC), particularly those relating to electoral contributions and expenditures. This was clarified by Lawyer Cerilo Nala, provincial election supervisor of Misamis Oriental, following the unity walk and peace covenant signing at Gaston Park, this city, Tuesday. Bearing the common theme, ‘Safe, Secure and Fair Elections’ (SAFE), the event was spearheaded by the Misamis Oriental Police Office and the local civil society organizations (CSOs). Lawyer Nala enumerated such violations of the OEC, as soliciting and receiving from foreign funds (Section 96); and raising of funds for campaign purposes (Section 97). He also cited Section 99 that requires candidates to submit report on contributions even as he said that Section 100 that sets limitations on expenditures of candidates. He added, “any candidate should also religiously observe Article 22 of the OEC, with regards to elected offense, particularly Section 261, stating that “the candidates, who joined the comelec /P5

“If the dances were performed by the Lumads themselves, then it becomes “authentic,” said Carl Binayao, NCIP-Bukidnon community affairs officer. He noted that each contingent was given Free and Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) by the tribal councils in their respective areas after going through a validation process held last month.

Binayao said the tribal councils checked the storyline, colors, costumes, steps, music, symbols, and other elements projected in the dance presentation. He stressed that this is the second year that the street dancing contingents were given an FPIC by the tribes involving cultural matters of the dance presentations. kaamulan /P5

Kaamulan Festival 2013. Dancers from Malaybalay City wow the largelly hometown crowd during the street dancing contest Saturday, March 2, 2013 in Malaybalay City. The competition highlighted the Kaamulan, an annual festival showcasing Lumad cultures in Bukidnon, and touted by organizers as the only genuine ethnic festival in the country. MindaNews (photo by H. Marcos C. Mordeno)

UNA’S first order of the day:

ENERGY, ECONOMY, PEACE By CHENG ORDOÑEZ of Mindanao Daily News

THE United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) has vowed to look into three major concerns Mindanaoans are confronted with – energy, economy and peace -- during their campaign sorties here yesterday, March 3, 2013, in Cagayan de Oro City. The UNA senatorial ticket, being led by former president Joseph Estrada, is having a three-day swing, bringing the vision “power, progress and peace” in Mindanao. Senatorial candidate Representative JV Ejercito said the lingering power shortage in Mindanao is one of the key concerns being carried out by UNA. “The economy of Mindanao is severely affected, hence, our first order of the day when we make it to the Senate is to make sure that this problem will be properly addressed,” Rep. Ejercito told newsmen at the press conference held at the Philtown in downtown Cagayan de Oro. energy /P5

UNA at CdeO- CAGAYAN de Oro second district Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (left) and former President Joseph Estrada (middle) listen as senatorial candidate JV Ejercito Estrada expresses his gratitude to the people of Cagayan de Oro and Bukidnon for their overwhelming support. (Photos by Rolando Sudaria MinSTAR)

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OSY skills training sa Tablon gipasigarbo Sinulat ni Jun Felicilda, City Editor

DAGHANG out-of-school youths (OSYs) ang nakapahimulos sa skills training program sa Barangay Tablon, pasigarbo ni Barangay Chair Romeo Bacarro. Matud niya, “Ning tinuig nga skills training program, among gipa-eskwela diha sa Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST) ang out-of-school youths. Ang tanang gasto gi-abaga sa barangay.” Ang mga kurso naglakip sa computer, electricity, basic automotive ug uban pa. Libre usab ang transportasyon, hatud ug kuha sa MUST.

“Dugay na kini nagsugod. In fact, daghan na kanila ang nakatrabaho sa laing nasud,” asoy ni Barangay Chair Bacarro. Alang kaniya, dili mahimong undangon kini nga programa “kay dako kini og tabang sa mga ginikanan nga dili maka-afford pagpa-eskwela sa ilahang mga anak.” Matud niya nga ubayubay usab ang bag-o lang nakahuman sa computer studies diha sa Informatics. Ang wala nakatapos sa high school, gipatungha sa Alternative Learning System (ALS) sa Department of Education (DepEd), maka-

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usa matag semana sulod sa walo ka bulan. Kung makapasar sa exam, automatic silang maenroll sa college, dugang ni Barangay Chair Bacarro. “Amo kining gihimo kay lumalabay ra man ta diri. At least, anaay mabilin, isip sila ang sumosunod nga mga opisyal sa barangay,” siya nagkanayon. Sa samang interview sa Mindanao Star Daily (MinStar), subling gisinggit ni Barangay Chair Bacarro nga dili gayud mausab ang iyahang baruganan luyo kang Rep. Rufus Rodriguez. Siya nag-ampo nga sabton siya ni Mayor Vicente Emano.

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THE City Council has approved the issuance of 222 temporary motorela numbers, in addition to the existing 2,222 now plying specific routes in the city. The approval is contained in City Ordinance No. 12534-2013 passed during the most recent regular session of the city legislative body, grounding on the rapid development of the city. Records show, the last increase in motorela units was effected some nine years ago, enough reason for the City Council to authorize the temporary numbers. The move was in response to the petition filed

by a group of individuals wanting to engage in the motorela business. This, however, entails thorough inventory of actual number of units currently operating in the city, city council sources said. The temporary numbers shall be for the Carmen, Consolacion, Agora, Camaman-an and Macasandig routes, renewable every six months depending on the road-worthiness of the unit. Other conditions are compliance by operators and drivers to traffic laws, rules and regulations; traffic code and city codified ordinance, among others. (based on report from Loribeth C. Requiroso)

GITUKOD sa city council committee on environment and natural resources ang technical working group (TWG) nga motuon sa mga insentibo alang sa motukod og green building dinhi sa dakbayan. Kini, subay sa kampanya sa kagamhanang lokal tumong sa hingpit nga pagpanalipod sa kinaiyahan. Gitudlong pangulo sa TWG si City Building Official Isidro Obligado, uban sa mga representante sa City Assessor’s Office, City Engineering Office, City Finance Department, City Legal Office ug City Council. Gitudlo usab nga mga sakop sila si Architect

Rey Galua ug Engr. Dionel Albina. Si Konsehal ug Committee Chair President Elipe mibutyag nga ang maong insentibo maka-agni sa ubang mga kompanya pagtukod og eco-friendly nga mga edipisyo. Mas-maayo pa ang insentibo kay sa multa batok sa mga makalapas sa Environment Code, matud ni Konsehal Elipe. Dugtong niini, sila si Konsehal Elipe ug Konsehal Adrian Barba mihangyo sa TWG paghanay og mga gabayan sa pagtanyag og insentibo ug pagduso’g draft ordinance sa dili pa ang Abril 15, ning tuig. (Uban sa report ni. (JRG)

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Coconet Weaving building in Iligan City completed By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr.

Completed in record time, the Iligan City Coconet Weaving Building at Santa Elena was inaugurated last March 2, 2013. The building was constructed through funds allocated from the PDAF of Congressman Vicente F. Belmonte of the Lone District of Iligan. Belmonte committed the building to house the equipment and workers of the Iligan City Coconet Weaving Center. It can be recalled that last December, LP Senatorial Candidate Cynthia Villar, the Managing Director of the Villar Foundation came to Iligan to turn over her donation to the organization of Sendong Survivors now permanently settled at the Bayanihan Village in Barangay Santa Elena, a set of Coconet Weaving Equipment consisting of a Decoirticating Machine, Weaving Looms and Twining Machines. The donation was obtained through the efforts of Councilor Marlene L. Young, Chairperson of the Committee on Civil, Political and Human Rights of the Sangguniang Panglunsod. It was learned that the donation is one among the many livelihood projects of the Villar Foundation already operating in over a thousand communities nationwide. The inauguration ceremony was headed by Vice Mayor Henry C. Dy. Congressman Vicente F. Belmonte was represented by his Chief of Staff Rosevi Queenie C. Belmonte. Councilor Rudy Marzo has delivered truckloads of Coconut husk to be processed into coir fibers at the Iligan Coconet Weaving Center. He committed to supply the coconut husk that the Iligan City Coconet Weavers Association requires. On the same occasion the Officers of the said association led by its President, Sheila S. Balusan, took their Oath of Office before Councilor Marlene L. Young. The other officers were Gevie T. Sagmon, Vice President, Charie Silva, Secretary, Dulce S. Arboleda, Treasurer, Susan Boza, Auditor, Rosalie Taripe and Yolanda Alivio, PIO, Flor Tundag, Yolanda Bongcawel, Bonita Roplo and Aida H. Malonhao, Board of Directors. Coconet production will proceed immediately as there is a large market demand for the material that is now popularly being used as soil erosion control nationwide and in some countries overseas.

COCONET WEAVING CENTER INAUGURATION

- Councilor Rudy Marzo gives his message during the inauguration of the Iligan Coconet Weaving Center as Councilor Marlene L. Young, Vice Mayor Henry C. Dy, Rosevi Queenie C. Belmonte (seated front row facing camera(, and Councilor Michelle Sweet (green blouse at back row) looks on.

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Isalikway Special Gospel of the day:Lukas 3:1-6(March3, 2013)Lu kas3:3-ug ang tanang kayutaan nga kasikbit sa Jordan giadto niya nga nagwali mahitungod sa bautismo sa paghinulsol alang sa kapasayloan sa mga sala.Sa Juan3:5-ug si Jesus mitubag, “Sa pagkatinuod, sa pagkatinuod, magaingon ako kanimo, gawas kon ang tawo igaanak sa tubig ug sa Espiritu, dili siya makasulod sa gingharian sa Dios. Canon Law book by Fr. Javier Gonsalez OP Page 27- Infants should be baptized within the first week after birth. In danger of death, without delay.Sa Mateo 28:19-20- bunyagi ang tanang tawo nga sa to pa, general ang sugo nga tungod niini, atong makita nga hasta gagmay nga bata apilon nag bunyag aron mawad-an sa salang napanunod.So therefore, luoy diay kining walay bunyag. Lukas3:4-Ang tingog sa

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DAGHAN ang mikatawa sa akong gisulat nga gititulohan og “Unsay maayo, taas o dako?” Atong nahibaw-an nga dili man lang diay importante nga taas o dako––kay ang pinakamaayo nga “gahi.” Apan mao gyud diay kini ang maayo sa tanan. Una, gahi. Ikaduha, dako. Ug ang ikatulo nga kini taas. Mao nga gahi, dako, ug taas. Aw Diay! Kung kini kunong adunay gahi, dako, ug taas makapasulirap kuno sa mga mata sa babaye. Aw, sulirap gyud kay daghan man gyud gahi mobayad sa dako nga utang sa taas nga panahon. Sulirap ang mata sa kalagot. Pssst Benjo! Pagbayad na oy, ayaw pagahi-gahi diha! Kahinumdum hinoon ko sa akong amigo nga abi niya og patilawon na siya sa tindera kay naa may marka

Gahi, dako, taas Aw diay! Ruel V. Pelone nga nakabutang sa atubangan sa tindahan: “Dili ko magpa “i” sa akong “b” kay dako ka og “o.” Maayo na lang kay adunay nakabutang sa ilawom sa maong marka nga: “Dili ko magpa ‘I’nom sa akong ‘B’ino kay dako ka og ‘O’tang.” ••• Dili gyud pud ikalimod nga daghang gahi nga mga politiko. Gahi’g ulo kay bisan gi-ingnan na sa Comelec nga diha ra gyud sa common poster area magbutang sa ilang campaign materials, mobutang gyud bisan-asa. Daghan sab nga mga poli-

tiko nga gahi mobayad sa utang ilabina niadtong mga mapilde unya. Ang uban gahi’g baruganan, dako og pagtoo nga modaug, ug usab taas ang pangandoy nga mamahimong presidente sa nasud. Busa kining atong mga politiko: Gahi, dako, ug taas kining ilang mga kinaiya. Tan-awa kini si Gobernador Oscar Moreno. “Gahi” gyud kay hangtod karon wala pa man niya ma-eksplikar kung asa niya gigamit ang iyang na cash advance. “Dako” gyud ang iyang pagtoo nga modaug siya batok ni Cagayan de Oro Mayor

Vicente Emano unya “taas” pud ug pangandoy kini si gobernador nga bisan nag-file na og Certificate of Candidacy (COC) kay lagi midagan pagka mayor sa dakbayan apan wala gyud mi-resign. ••• Tan-awa gani kanang programa nila ni gobernador ug Maricel, looy kaayo tanawon si gob noh? Naa pay Maricel nga empleyado ni Moreno––siyempre si Maricel gud ang head kunohay ni gob sa Provincial Press Office–– ang pangutana “leading.” Kasabot mo unsay “leading questions?” Kana bang moingon ang TV-host nga “mao ba gob” o ba kaha “tinood gyud ka gob.” Inig mangutana ingon ani ay: “Naghimo man kuno ka gob og classroom building?” Pastilan, programa nga gibayran sa buhis sa katawhan sa Misamis Oriental apan wala gyuy hinungdan. Ugma lang mong duha!

Kapitan Bakal, gitay-an SA miaging mga bulan, atong nabati-an sa kahanginan nga kanunay’ng gisangpit sa mayor sa Cagayan de Oro ang ngalang ‘Kapitan Bakal’. Hayan, nagtoo ang mayor nga ang bakal, gahi ug lig-on gayod kaayo. Mao nga maoy iyang gitahasan pag-atiman sa grabe kagubot nga kadalanan sa dakbayan Ang gitawag og Kapitan Bakal nagtoo pud tingali nga bilib na gyud kaayo ang mayor kaniya mao nga nagsige na dayon og sunod-sunod sa iyahang amo.

Inato Ra Ni, Bai Jun Felicilda Napasagdan ang gitahas kaniyang pagpahapsay sa dagan sa trapiko. Tipik sa napasagdan ang palibot sa kamerkadohan diin usa na lang ka ‘lane’ ang maagi-an sa mga sakyanan kay ang mga mamaligyaay

anaa na man sa tunga sa dalan. Matud pa sa akong nahinabing motorista nga “dili gyud kana maatiman ni Kapitan Bakal kay umaabot na ang eleksiyon. Mahadlok kana siya mamadlong sa

sidewalk vendors ug drivers nga bisag asa lang mo-drop ug mo-pickup sa mga pasahero kay basig dili mamotar kaniya. Pastilan Kapitan Bakal, ayaw palabi’g pamolitika! Ma-high blood ka ra ba dayon kung pangutan-on ngano nga ang kadalanan misamot kagubot. Mo-ingon ka ra ba dayon nga bisag asang syudad anaa gayod kanang problema’s trapik. Kung mao kanang imong katarungan, palpak ka diay nga pagka-Kapitan Bakal.

Pasiuna sa detalyadong pagtuon sa kaluwasan NEGOSYO SA MGA ULIPON usa ka mausbawong pamatigayon sa tanang dapit sa karaang panahon. Mga negosyante nagmauswagon pinaagi sa pagpamaylo og tawo(barter) ( Ezek. 27:13 ) Tawhanong mga binuhat kabtangan nga adunay patong nga presyo. Ingon nga bugtong katigayunan sa ilang mga agalon, ang mga ulipon gihikawan sa tanan nilang katungod

Doktrina sa pagdumala sa ilang mga kinabuhi. Sa Roma kini nga pagbansay mikab-ot na ngadto sa batakang kahimtang. Gikan sa ika 3 nga siglo B.C. ug sa unahan pa, mga ulipon nagatubod ngadto sa Roma sa tanang dapit niini , dayag ingon nga mga bihag gikan sa

madaugong pamarot sa gubat. Duol tunga sa milyon bugtong naggikan sa Caesar’s Gallic War. Sa paghupot sa tibuok nga gidak-on, halapad nga merkado sa mga ulipon gitukod. Nabaligya sa dili matukib nga kadaghanon sama sa mga mananap nga kabug-aton, daghan nagkinabuhi sa alaot nga kahimtang ilalom sa salbahis nga mga amo.

Kwarta ug politika BRO. EDCEL L. CLOSAS

magasinggit diha sa mga awaaw: Andama ninyo ang dalan alang sa Ginoo, tulira ninyo ang iyang mga agianan3:5 Ang tanang walog pagatabonan, ug ang tanang bukid ug bungtod pagapatagon, ug ang mga hiwi pagatul-iron, ug ang mga dalan nga sagalsalon pagahinloon,3:6 ug ang tanang tawo makakita sa kaluwasan gikan sa Dios. Sa Mateo5:8-bulahan ang mga maputli ug kasingkasing kay makakita sila sa ISALIKWAY /P5

DAGHAN lederes sa politika sa Pilipinas nga dili maayo ang pamaagi ug mao hinoon ang makadaut sa atong nasud. Kini nga mga lederes pareho sa talent scouts kon sa pelikula pa kinsa mao ang mangita sa mga bagong talents aron mahimo nga mga artista. Mao usab kini ang ilang paagui kon estelo aron maka kaplag sila sa mga bag-o nga mga tawo para mahimong lederes kon mga politico. Kon sila makakita sa mga tawo nga adunahan kon milyonario, ila kIni nga hagiton nga mahimong politico pinaagui sa pagpadagan kaniya agig kandidato.

Kon mahitabo, sila maka kwarta tungod kay ang tawo nga ilang padaganon moyagyag man dayon sa kwarta nga sinako. Ang ila raba nga makita nga tawo nga padaganon sa politika malagmit modaug tungod kay daghan man kwarta ug ila kini nga oto oto-on para mogula gayud ang salapi. Okay man kini kon ang ilang makuha nga mga tawo adunay hibalo ug mahimo nga maaayo nga mga lederes. Apan ang naka maot ang kadaghanan dili man maayo nga himoon kandidato tungod sa kakulang sa edukasyon ug prinsipyo sa iyang pagkatawo.

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BEN EMATA JR. Ang basihan sa iyang pagkandidato mao man lang nga daghan siya kwarta. Sa laktud nga pulong, kon ang usa katawo walay salapi dili gani siya lantawon niini nga plano. Wala lugar suerte sa

kinabuhi kon ang usa kawo purdoy pa sa pobre. Usa sa migawas nga balita dili palang dugay nga kining talent scouts konohay sigi na karon gapangita sa mga Tawo nga ilang oto otoon para no entra sa larangan sa politika. Sigi na sila nag suroy suroy kon kinsa katong mga milyonario nga ilang himoon politico. Usa gani sa ilang ga kombensihon mao si Manny Pacquiao kinsa nanag iya sa dakung bodega sa kwata. Gawas kaniya aduna pay daghan nga ilang gaayom -ayomon nga molusad sa kandidatura. POLITIKA /P5


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P2M worth public market gi-turnover Sinulat ni Arjay S. Felicilda, News Editor

BUKIDNON – Gitunol sa kagamhanang probinsiyal ang bag-ong public market nga gigastohan og P2 milyones ka pesos nganha sa katawhan sa barangay San Miguel, lungsod sa Manolo Fortich karong bag-o. Ang edipisyo gidawat ni Punong Barangay Raul Miñosa, kinsa mipadayag sa kalipay sa iyahang kabarangay kay sa katapusan, sila nakaangkon ra gayod og presentabling dapit baligyaanan ug tabo-anan. Nasayran nga gawas sa merkado publiko sa San

Miguel, mitukod usab ang gobyerno probinsiyal og balor P36 milyones nga municipal gymnasium sa Manolo Fortich. Nagplano usab ang konseho sa lungsod nga mopasar og resolusyon nga maghangyo’g bag-ong public terminal ug food court. Gibutyag sa gobernador sa Bukidnon nga maningkamot siya pagbahinbahin sa limitadong pundo aron matubag ang panginahanglan sa matag lungsod. (basi sa report ni Fredelyn L. Ragandang)

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Wala makatunob sa high school labi na gayud ang sa kolehiyo. Nasayud kita nga ang kongreso maoy magbabalaod sa atong kagamhanan. Ang mga kongresista maoy gabuhat sa atong mga balaod. Kon sila atong na pili walay mga nahibaloan sa maong paagui, makaluluoy ang atong kagamhanan, Walay hustong balaod nga mahimo kon atong butangan ang maong asembliya sa mga tawo nga walay hibalo. Maulao kita sa ubang nasud nga maka bisita sa atong lugar ug makakita nga mga ignorante ang atong mga lederes. Maayo pa makakuha kita sa mga ledere nga kulang sa hibalo alang sa lokal nga pangagamhanan sama sa gobernador o mga mayores kay mahagkap man ilang trabaho ayaw lamang butangi sa walay hibalo ang kamara baha kay kinahnglan denhi ang adunay taas nga hibalo. Magbabalaod sila pureso ang gikinahanglan nga mga maaayong panglantaw ug panghunahuna para maka mugna sa maayong balaod. Legislatura kining ilang buhatan mao nga kinahanglan mahibalo ang tawo denhi nga mopa ilin-ilin sa mga balaodnon ug uban pang mga kinahanglanon niini. (ben-emata.com)

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of the women-members operate the five pump boats in catching squids and receive two-thirds (2/3) of its earnings. After a month of operation, the group has harvested 500 kilos of fresh squid sold at P35 per kilo to the women-members. After the drying process, the squid were sold to the local market in the entire province at P500 per kilo. BSWCC Project Manager Adelina Fabela is happy to note that the cooperative has already earned a net income of P14,900 or a total profit approximately 45.84 percent from its expenses of P17,500 for the labor and capital. Sagay municipality is currently the only major producer of dried squid in the province. BSWCC President Maricel S. Uayan thanked DOLE-10 for the livelihood and employment opportunities they can generate from the assistance. Through the financial assistance, the cooperative can purchase weighing scale, freezer, five units of pump boats, squid flashers, jiggers, flashlights, knives, styrofoam and big-sized cellophanes, fishing nets, containers, and starting capital in buying fresh squid. (DOLE-10/ APB/PIA10/asf )

Isalikway....... from page 4

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Politika....... from page 4

Mga tawo nga bisan walay gugma sa pamolitika, ilang painiton aron mo itcha unya sa iyang pagkatawo sa larangan sa pollitika. Dili TIaw kining ilang gabuhaton sila naman ang magbuot kon kinsa ang mahimong presidente sa nasud. Mao siguro kini nga sa kongreso ubay ubay ang atong nga kongresista nga magpataka lamang sa ilang buhat ug ang uban kanila walay mga taas nga hibalo.

Villar...... from page 1

ng siyam na taon ang paglagda ng Pangulo sa RA No. 10364 na kinilalaNG bisang “landmark law.” Idinagdag pa niya ang lubos na suporta para sa pagpapatupad nito. Ipinaliwanag ni Villar na sa ilalim ng RA 10364, isang criminal offense ang anumang pagtatangkang mag-recruit at mag-deploy ng mga Pilipino para sa human trafficking. Tinanggal sa pinalawak na batas ang ‘cloak of confidentiality” ng mga sangkot sa human trafficking para hindi makapagtago sa publiko sa paggiit sa kanilang “right to privacy.” Nagpahayag ng pagkabahala si Villar sa patuloy na illegal recruitment at trafficking ng ating mga kababaihan patungo sa Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Malaysia, at South Korea sa kabila ng babala ng pamahalaan. Ani Villar, kalian ang kooperasyon ng lahat ng sektor ng lipunan upang labanan ang human trafficking and illegal recruitment. “Kailangan nating paigtingin ang mga progamang pangkabuhayan sa barangay level para mabigyan ng alternatibo ang mga walang hanapbuahy at yaong hindi angkop sa kanila ang kasalukyang hanapbuhay

Delay in Pala-o Market repair explained By Melvin T. Anngot, Virgilio C. Garcia

ILIGAN City – Acting Market Superintendent Jemrevith Sechong said local government officials have long been planning to repair the Pala-o Supermaket. “In fact, the plan was to temporarily transfer the vendors to the Central Market, so that the repair could be implemented,” he explained. What is causing the

delay is the desire of the vendors to remain in said market for fear of losing c ustome rs , he f u r t he r said. He explained that during the first term of Mayor Cruz, the City Planning and Development Office have already presented the design of the three-storey Palao Market Building of the city. (MTA/VCG/ arjaysfelicilda)

para hindi na nila naisin pang umalis ng bansa ng walang anumang proteksyon. Bilang managing director ng Villar Foundation, sinabi ni Villar na kilala sa bansag na “MIsis Hanep Buhay” na karamihan sa mga kababaihan napababalik sa bansa ay napilitan lamang umalis para matugunan ang pangangailangan ng kanilang pamilya. “Ang mga ito ay na-enggayo lamang ng matatamis na pangako dahil hindi na nila matiis na makitang nagugutom ang kanilang mga anak. Nawawalan na rin sila ng loob dahil sa kahirapan at kawalan ng sapat na pagkakakitaan,” paliwanag pa ni Villar. Sinabi pa ni Villar na ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) ay nasa tamang postura sa “pro-active stance” nito sa pagsusulong sa vocational skills training sa grassroots levels. Bukod sa awareness campaign sa Expanded Anti-Trafficking Act of 2012, sinabi ni Villar na marapat ding isulong ang pagsasanay sa kaalaman at micro-finance programs bilang alternatibo sa mahihirap na pamilya. Naniniwala si Villar na ang pinakamagaling na proteksyon ng ating mga manggagawa na makukuha rito ay ang pagkakaroon ng kaalaman at karanasan para makakuha ng mas magandang hanapbuhay. Sakaling manalong senador, tiniyak ni Villar na magpapasa siya ng panukalang batas para suportahan ang Anti-Trafficking Act. Pagtutuunan nito ang pagbibibay ng konkretong “reintegration services” sa mga biktima ng human trafficking at illegal recruitment. Habang hinahabol natin ang human raffickers, sinabi ni Villar na kailangan din nating pangalagaan ang mga biktimA.

the “balsa” or “gakit” (raft), which the Lumads used for transportation along the rivers in the province; kilala leaves used in the ritual and cultural events; “karang” or bamboo walkers used by the Lumad to walk across deep rivers; and “bakag” or big baskets used during harvest seasons. The presentations also featured “bangkasu” or altars used by the Lumads in the their spiritual rites; the “bangkakaw,” a traditional tool used for fishing along with the “tundok” or a fishing rod with fork. Another common symbol featured in the contingents’ presentations include the display of medicinal herbs. “In a deeper sense, the herbs are also used to heal social problems, because if you heal the body, the person’s mind will also be healed,” Dinlayan said. She said the presentations this year were generally better compared to last year. Joe-An Bayona Henderin, Bukidnon provincial tourism officer, said they have opted to include the NCIP in the process of preparation for the street dancing competition to avoid problems and criticisms about the alleged exploitation of the Lumads in a commercialized festival. “Every Kaamulan, we feared that we will exacerbate the misconceptions,” she added. Bayona said the consent given to the contingents by the tribal councils are limited only to their performance during Kaamulan 2013. “They have to seek another consent if they want to perform in other places,” she added. The contingent from the Municipality of Pangantucan presented the Talaandig and Manobo tribes using the flood story, which tells the story of their origin as a people. The Talakag contingent presented the Talaandig and Higanon tribes. Among the themes presented were the Tampuda Hu Balagen Ta Pusod Hu Dagat, a peace pact that took place in Tikalaan, now part of modern day Talakag town. The Dangcagan town’s contingent featured the Manobo Pulangihon tribe. Their presentation depicted “Bawian te Baylan,” a dance ritual offered to Magbabaya (God) for the healing of a lady inflicted with a disease by a bad spirit. Golden Harvest is the theme of the contingent from Valencia City. Among those they featured were rituals known as panlisig and pamalas to drive away spirits or bad omen in preparation for rice and corn planting. The contingent from Damulog town featured the Manobo Donggoanon tribe and their culture and economy along the Pulangi River. The Kitaotao contingent featured the Manobo and Matigsalug tribes’ thanksgiving dances after they fought Aragasi, a

Kaamulan...... from page 1

Binayao said the process even included meeting the judges of the street dancing competition to explain and clarify to them certain aspects. “It was clarified that the judges should no longer concern themselves with the authenticity of the elements of the dances. They just have to check for accuracy and performance based on the story line presented,” he added. Loreta Sol Dinlayan, incharge of the Bukidnon State University Ethno-Cultural Museum, said the presentations were rich in content across the eight contingents. “The presentations were full of Bukidnon symbols and cultural elements that depict the life of the indigenous peoples in the province,” she said. Dinlayan, an instructor of social sciences at BSU, cited

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man-eating giant who killed a woman. Aspects of traditional life of the Manobo tribe including rituals, dances, songs, and rhythms were the focus of the contingent from Don Carlos town. They also featured the legend behind the town’s famous tourist attraction, the Pinamaloy Lake. The 2012 street dancing competition winner, the contingent from Malaybalay City, featured the Healing of Lagongluy, a dance theater narrative depicting life in Nakakulob and the relation between men in different tribes, nature, and gods. Among the aspects presented include thanksgiving and offertory dances. The street dancing competition, which was allotted P1 million out of the P7 million festival budget, is the major highlight of the annual Kaamulan, a festival dedicated to the province’s seven hill tribes. Winners of the competition were to be named later in the day.

Energy...... from page 1

“Dapat ibuhos ang budget sa Mindanao dahil ito ay nararapat lamang upang maibsan ang kahirapan ng mga kababayan natin dito na sobra na ang nararanasang kahirapan dahil sa kawalan ng sapat na enerhiya,” Ejercito said. “With the dry spell this summer expected to affect hydroelectric plants in the region and available power resources are getting scarce, UNA believes that a 15-year energy blueprint should be crafted to abate further energy crisis that could develop into an economic and political catastrophe,” UNA declared in its news release. UNA said the Energy Regulatory Commission should answer for the energy shortage being felt in Mindanao, particularly hitting the agency on lack of foresight. As this developed, Ejercito and former senator Dick Gordon has vowed to look into the problems besetting kagayanons and their neighboring residents on the state of the Misamis Oriental International Airport in Lagundingan, which starting month of operation that businessmen and private individuals are wanting to hold further due to alleged lack of vital equipment and shortage in the length of its runway. Several groups here have rally behind a move to suspend the start of the operation of the new airport until the ILS is in place and the 200-meter runway shortage, as compared to the Lumbia airport, are addressed for safety reasons. The new airport is set to be opened on April, this year,

despite the absence of the air navigation facility and enough runway length, which, according to protesters, are detrimental to the safety of passengers. Former senator Dick Gordon said: “The premature opening of the new airport in Laundingan is dangerous. Without the air navigation equipment, “it is like a lost leader. There is no need to rush if the safety of the passengers is at stake.” Ejercito vows to support the installation of the necessary equipment needed by the new airport to support its marketing aspect. Also, the UNA senatorial ticket has been fully supporting the call for lasting peace in Mindanao. “We believe that socio-economic development is necessary to attain longterm peace and security in Mindanao. JV re-echoes his father’s declaration on poverty alleviation, saying, “ang UNA ay para sa mahihirap.” Aside from Ejercito and Gordon, the UNA contingent at the press conference was composed of former Senator Migz Zubiri, Nancy Binay, Tingting Cojuanco and Ernesto Maceda. They were joined by 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodriguez.

Comelec...... from page 1

peace accord have agreed not to engage in either vote-buying or vote selling.” The same section disallows candidates from carrying or transporting firearms and other deadly weapons. The OEC also prohibits the hiring of security aides and bodyguards more than the allowable limits, as prescribed by the COMELEC. Signatories to the peace covenant should also have agreed to a friendly rivalry and to observe the rules and regulations over prohibited propaganda, he further explained. Lawyer Nala called on the candidates “to be candid, serious and sincere. If we really desire to render public service, then let us guide our constituencies toward attaining good governance.” Meanwhile, Bishop Antonio Ledesma of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro stated the Church is all out with her support to the conduct of Safe, Secure and Fair Elections (SAFE). “I would like to indorse and express our support to the covenant signing, kay kini man ang pagsaad, dili lang sa mga kandidato kun dili kanatong tanan,” he said. (JF/jdelpf )


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Lanao Norte shifts to bamboo production By Arjay S. Felicilda, News Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City Lanao del Norte has totally shifted to utilizing bamboo, as raw material in the production of craft-door panels, shelves, wood tiles and other housing components. This, in response to Executive Order 23 of the President declaring a moratorium on the cutting and harvesting of trees in natural and residual forests. Said EO also created the anti-illegal logging task force. According to Irwin Jayson Jamaca of the Depart-

ment of Trade and Industry (DTI-Lanao del Norte) that at the start of the log ban, wood exporters in the area had no other choice, but to resort to bamboo and other materials. He said that a wood industry exporter, Francis Osorio, offered the bamboo industry skills training, with the assurance of possible market. Studies show that bamboo causes less damage to the environment, hence a total shift to bamboo, as a raw material, is a wise option.

Graduation theme must focus on K+12, says Luistro

Mr. Osorio, who owns a wood processing plant, named Axent Resource Corporation in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, further offered his wood equipment for the purpose. Six members of the Bamboo Industry Cluster of Lanao del Norte have already availed of said training, January this year. Jamaca said the group went home with the full knowledge about the production of e-bamboo. (with report from Jasper Marie Oblina-Rucat/EOR-PIA10)

SKILLS REGISTRY SYSTEM – Assistant Regional Director Crispin D. Dannug Jr. of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-10) (3rd from right) turns-over the Skills Registry System (SRS) software to Ms. Bonifacia B. Gado of Oroquieta Agro-Industrial School (OAIS). Witnessing the event are Director II Rodrigo A. Deloso and OIC-Provincial DOLE Head Jose G. Robles and Provincial Director Leo V. Velez and OAIS PESO Manager-Designate Vergie A. Dela Torre of TESDA. (photo provided)

By ERLINDA N. MAGALLANES, Ed.D. OIC, District Supervisor Bonifacio West District

WITH the passage of the Kindergarten to Grade 12 bill in the House of the Representatives, a top education official urged heads of schools to focus its graduation theme on the K+12. Armin Luistro, secretary of the Department of Education (DepEd), has earlied set the date for the graduation rites of Grade 6 pupils and fourthyear high schools on March 18 or 19. As the graduation rites draw nearer, Luistro has reminded the heads of schools that the theme must revolve around the k+12 basic education program. The K to 12 Program covers Kindergarten and 12 years of basic education (six years of primary education, four years of Junior High School, and two years of Senior High School [SHS]) to provide sufficient time for mastery of concepts and skills, develop lifelong learners, and prepare graduates for tertiary education, middle-level skills

development, employment, and entrepreneurship. The K+12 basic education program has six salient features. These are (1) Strengthening early childhood education (Universal Kindergarten) (2) Making the curriculum relevant to learners (Contextualization and Enhancement) (3) Ensuring integrated and seamless learning (Spiral Progression) (4) Building proficiency through language (Mother TongueBased Multilingual Education) (5) Gearing up for the future (Senior High School) and (6) Nurturing the holistically developed Filipino (College and Livelihood Readiness, 21st Century Skills) The K to 12 reform, which makes Kindergarten mandatory and adds two years of senior high school for a 12-year basic education curriculum, awaits the President’s signature to become law although the DepEd started to implement the program in 2011.

LPI-EWS DATA REVIEW OF SITUATIONER REPORT. Formerly referred to as the Broiler and Swine Information and Early Warning System (BSI-EWS), the Livestock and Poultry Information and Early Warning System (LPI-EWS) team convened recently for a data review on the livestock and poultry situationer report for the period of January-December 2012 for purposes of reconciling and validating any data gaps. In particular, the report aims to enhance and update the forecasting methodologies used to improve the information database on livestock and poultry for a more responsive early warning system for the said sector. Likewise, it sought to capably project estimates in terms of demand, allowing industry stakeholders to fittingly invest and convey the precise quantity of deliverables over a period of time. (Joanne L. Olson, DA-10)

DOLE-10 assists Camiguin women’s coop By Apipa P. Bagumbaran

CAGAYAN de Oro City The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Regional Office 10 has released a livelihood financial assistance of P298,000 to Balite 2 SEAK Women’s

Consumers Cooperative (BSWCC) under the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP). The DILP is DOLE’s contribution to the Aquino administration’s agenda of reducing poverty through the promotion of livelihood

and entrepreneurship and transforming them into community enterprises through convergence of services. The BSWCC is a women’s cooperative in Sagay, Camiguin province engaged in squid drying and catch-

ing. It started its operation in January, this year. In its initial operation, the group has already employed ten women-members for the squid drying, earning P20 for every 100 pieces of fresh squids. The husbands dole-10 /P5

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AboitizPower reported that construction is ongoing for several projects committed by the company to deliver additional power by 2015 to hard-up Mindanao grid. The company has committed P35 billion in new investments to add more capacity to Mindanao, which is experiencing an acute power shortage on a daily basis. The shortage is expected to worsen with the coming summer months and the ensuing low water levels in Lake Lanao. Subsidiary Therma South Inc., which is building a 300-MW, 24/7 baseload coal power plant in southern Davao City, has deployed close to one thousand workers on its construction site and is expecting to escalate the manpower requirements in the next few months. “Thanks to the support of our host barangys and local government units as well as various government agencies, we are on our way in meeting our committed completion target in 2015,” Therma South president and COO Benjamin A. Cariaso Jr., said. “This power plant will hopefully bring a long-term solution to ongoing power crisis, by providing 300-MW of reliable baseload power to Mindanao power users thru the electric cooperatives which have and will sign up with us.” Another subsidiary, Hedcor Inc., is moving full-swing on the construction of its Tudaya 1 and 2 run-of-river hydro power plants, with more than 300 workers on the two sites in barangays Astorga and Sibulan, both in Sta. Cruz Davao del Sur. The two facilities will combine for 13 megawatts of reliable and renewable power. The two facilities will be completed by 2014. “Aside from our goal of supplying renewable power to our customers, we have given livelihood opportunities and development projects to our far-flung host communities, which make us extra proud of our project,” Hedcor COO Rene B. Ronquillo said. He said Hedcor is also in the planning stages of several other projects that will add more renewable capacity to the grid in the medium term.

Therma South is using the latest circulating fluidized-bed combustion technology to ensure the clean coal power plant will meet stringent government health and environment standards.

Hedcor, on the other hand has 30 years of leadership and expertise on the run-of-river hydro power technology. It currently supplies 155 MW of renewable hydro power to Luzon and Mindanao.

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