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Hunyo 22, 2008

JAGNA ISWM REOPENS ECO-SAVERS CLUB: Jagna’s Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) program through its Social Marketing arm re-opens the Young Eco-Savers Club in time for the opening of classes at Canjulao Elementary School (CES). The said club was officially launched on July 17, 2007 at the same school to train the pupils through their teachers on proper segregation of wastes with corresponding points which can be redeemed in the form of school supplies. Jagna ISWM official Mascot Goyo Boy, who just underwent a major costume make-over to improve his physical looks, shares light moments with the Grade II CES pupils along with Jagna Market Supervisor Engr. Peter Jamero (back of Goyo Boy). On Friday, the Young Eco-Savers Club movement expanded its operations to Jagna Central Elementary School (JCES) when all its teachers underwent an orientation seminar. The formal launching at the said school will be held later this week. (Melba Acera-Bucog)

Kag. Lloren shares on Jagna ISWM in Nueva Vizcaya
Hunyo 15, 2008

FROM JAGNA TO NUEVA VIZCAYA: Jagna’s 6th Sangguniang Bayan Chairperson on Health and Sanitation and Chairperson of the Solid Waste Management Technical working Group Kag. Senen Lloren (right picture) shared to the environment advocates, Municipal Accountants, MPDOs and SWM officers of the 1st class municipalities of Aritao, Solano, Cawayan and Bayombong in Nueva Vizcaya, Jagna’s success stories on Solid Waste Management. (Senen Lloren)

Jagna’s success story on Solid Waste Management (SWM) programs has reached another considerable height when Sangguniang Bayan (SB) Committee Chairman on Health and Sanitation and currently the Chairperson of Jagna ISWM-Technical Working Group Kag. Senen Lloren was invited as one of the resource speakers in the Orientation Workshop in Business Planning for Solid Waste Management at the Highlander Hotel in the Municipality of Bayombong, Nueva Vizacaya very recently.

Sponsored by the Philippine Environment Governance (EcoGov) Project 2 of the USAID the said activity which was well attended by the related department heads of the four component 1st class municipalities of Aritao, Solano, Cawayan and Bayombong was aimed at introducing the concept of enterprise management system (EMS).

The concept of the EMS in the implementation of the SWM is to position the program at a sustainable level for which Kag Lloren shared to the participants based on the actual experience of the Local Government Unit of Jagna.

In his PowerPoint presentation, Kag. Lloren said that Jagna SWM is eventually moving forward towards achieving low percentage of LGU subsidy in operating the proper management of garbage disposal.

He also presented financial data by applying the “activity-based costing” (ABC) in Jagna’s solid waste daily operations with SWM cost-revenue analysis in the collection, composting, recycling and disposal subsidies.

Innovations in Jagna’s SWM implementation programs was also shared by Kag. Lloren such as the social marketing strategies which really helped the local waste generators to change behavior, at least, through voluntary segregation of their wastes at the household level.

Driving home the point was Kag. Lloren’s presentation on the use of ring fencing scheme with the main objective of opening a special account for Jagna’s SWM funds with its corresponding legislation for institutionalization and proper guidelines.

Prior to the SWM orientation in Nueva Vizcaya, Kag Lloren was also invited as resource speaker for the same course in Dumaguete City with the component cities of Toledo, Danao, Bayawan and Bais attending.

110th INDEPENDENCE DAY IN JAGNA: Jagna’s First Family of Mayor Exuperio Lloren (right) and First Lady Nimfa Abaya-Lloren (left) with son Norman Allen (back of Mayor) and daughter Amadis Lean (back of First Lady) led in the flag raising ceremony at the municipal grounds commemorating the 110th Independence Day. Bearing the official national theme, “Republic Service, Tungo sa Ganap na Kalayaan at Kaunlaran”, Mayor Lloren in his message urged his fellow officials and employees both in the public and private sector to use one’s strength, willpower and ideology in helping solve the economic crises the nation is facing now. Various local and national line agencies to include the private groups also joined in the simple celebration. A symbolic wreath laying was made after the flag ceremony in front of the picture of Jagna’s local hero, Capt. Gregorio Caseñas. (MPIO)

DepEd launches Brigada Eskwela '08, Computer turnover rites
By: Gregorio Tavera / Maureen Morascallo
June 8, 2008

TIME TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL: DEpEd-Jagna, in the brink of preparations for SY 2008-2009, formally launched Brigada Eskwela 2008 (top right) on Monday. On the same day, the teachers who took up basic computer lessons (bottom left) also received their certificates of training using the 25 sets of new computers donated by former 3rd Dist. Cong. Eladio Jala at the Jagna Central Elementary Multi-Purpose Hall. (Tony Ranque)

Jagna - Considered as a significant intervention activity in the schools’ physical faciulities management, Brigada Eskwela 2008 was launched here on June 2 by Department of Education (DepEd) officials and teachers at the Jagna Central Elemntary School ground.

This was spearheaded by the tandem of the youthful and energetic schools district coordinating principal Mrs. Delfina Olaa and Jagna Central Elementary School Principal Mrs. Thelma Jalop.

The affair was truly a meaningful event as the whole teaching force of the district and the people in the private sector like the People’s Organization (POs), the Local Government Unit (LGU), the Federation of Parent-Teacher Association (FPTA) and the community were involved.

Although the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Elpidio Jala, Ph.D. wasn’t able to attend the occasion due to conflict of time, Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Maria Lina Namocatcat took his place.

Together in attendance were division executive officers Ernesto Calamba, Mrs. Sonia Flor Kapirig and Mrs. Tarcisia Quilatan and Florencio Talan, the Division Brigada Eskwela Coordinator.

DepEd officials in the higher echelons included Dr. Vivian Yarte, the Regional Supervisor in the alternative Learning System (ALS) with her Division counterpart Mrs. Generosa Landagan.

The group that visited here were on their provincewide task force caravan in support of this massive voluntary action now institutionalized by DepEd.

It was learned that one of the underlying interests on this particular innovative measure embarked by the school is the preparation of the classrooms, teaching materials and devises and other physical facilities for ready use in the opening of classes that would spell the attainment of quality education.

Meanwhile, former 3rd District of Bohol Congressman Eladio “Boy” Jala, the generous donor of the 25 sets of computer was present to personally turn-over the equipments.

“These sets of computer are all brand new... to include the printer machines which are of durable quality."

"I encouraged the teachers to use these equipments for your pupils’ benefits…after all these are not for the teachers but for the learners themselves. Please take good care of these,” said Atty. Boy Jala.