Extension Activities

EXTENSION PROGRAMS/PROJECTS ACTIVITIES (PPAs) FY 2015-2016

 

 

Key Result Area

Title of Extension & Communications Outreach Activity Conducted

 

Brief Description

 

Type of Beneficiaries

Number of Beneficiaries by Gender

 

Person Involved

 

Cooperating Agency/ies

 

Date and Venue

 

Budget/

Source

 

Male

Female

Graduate School

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

1. GS Research & Extension Launching Activity: Protection and Rehabilitation of Olot River Watershed conducted at ESSu Can-avid Eastern Samar

This activity provided inputs to concerned stakeholders/sectors on the effects, practices, mitigation and adaptation of climate change as a result of watershed degradation.

LGUs of Can-avid Eastern Samar

30

40

GS Core faculty & professors and GSSO officers

LGUs of Can-avid

January 31, 2015 @ ESSU Can-avid E. Samar

P25,100.00

ESSU GS Fund

 

Transparency, Accountability & Good Governance

2. Conducted Values Reorientation & Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) at Brgy. Bayubay & Cagbunga, Borongan, E. Samar

This activity guided respondents/ clients of good values to adapt and also enhanced the knowledge and skills of the identified clients in practicing/applying the Good Manufacturing Practices/Good Housekeeping in their own families or in the workplace where they live.

Housewives of Brgys. Bayubay & Cagbunga, OSY, and farmers & fisherfolks

40

46

Dr. Letecia R. Ladera

Dr. Violeta A. Afable,

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon

 

January 23, 2015 @ Brgy. Bayubay & Cagbunga

P10,500.00

ESSU Ext. Fund

 

 

 
 

3. Conducted Values Reorientation & Good Manufacturing Practices GMP at ESSU Foods Lab.

This activity guided respondents/clients of good values top adapt and also enhanced the knowledge and skills of the identified clients in practicing/applying the Good Manufacturing Practices/Good Housekeeping in their own families or in the workplace where they live

Housewives and farmers, OST

4

26

Dr. Letecia R. Ladera,

Dr. Violeta A. Afable,

Dr. Bejnamin C. Catimon

 

February 10-11, 2015 @ ESSU Foods Lab.

P12,000.00

ESSU-Extension Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

4. Solid Waste Management at Maybocog, Maydolong Eastern Samar

This Activity provided inputs to concerned stakeholders/sectors on the effects of solid wastes in the environment, effects of the climate change and ways of solid waste management.

LGUs, Housewives, farmers & fisherfolks

25

30

Dr. Felix A. Afable

Dr. Veolita A. Afable

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon & ALS GS students

LGUs of Maydolong

May 22, 2015 @ Maybocog, Maydolong E. Samar

P6,400.00

ESSU GS & Students Fund

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

5. Training on Non-Wash Backyard Swine Raising at San Julian Eastern Samar

Animal farming is a common industry in the province of Eastern Samar like raising pigs in pens out in their backyard or near residential houses that contributes one notable problem that burden our pig raisers & neighborhood which is the foul order causing air pollution that sometimes results to personal conflicts among neighborhood. The GS students of ALS conducted this activity to help promote this technology to farmers/pig raisers which is environmental-friendly & non-odorous swine culturing.

LGUs Swine raisers, and farmers

40

26

Dr. Felix A. Afable

Dr. Veolita A. Afable

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon

Dr. Vicente A. Agda Jr.

Prof. Marlita G. Apelado &

ALS GS students

LGUs of San Julian

May 23, 2015 @ San Julian E. Samr

P6,400.00

GS-ESSU & Students Fund

 

 

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

6. Strengthening Disaster Preparedness, Organic Farming & Container Gardening at San Julian Eastern Samar

This activity provided knowledge and skills that strengthened disaster preparedness of San Julian community, which included what to anticipate, how to cope, and how to recover from the negative impacts of emergency occurrences & disaster.

LGUs, Housewives, farmers, OSY etc.

20

30

Dr. Felix A. Afable

Dr. Veolita A. Afable

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon,

Prof Imelda C. Casillano,

For. Edgar Peque & GS students of B.C.C.

 

May 16, 2015 @ San Julian E. Samar

P9,555.00

GS-ESSU & Students Fund

 

 

 

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

7. K-12 Mass Training for Grades 4 & 10 Teachers

This is a 6-day Mass Training Program for Grade 4 and 10 teachers respectively, designed to provide them the basic knowledge and skills in handling Grades 4 and 10 students under the K to 12 Program

Grades 4 & 10 Elementary teachers

126

356

Dr. Felix A. Afable

Dr. Josephine C. Marasigan

Prof. B. Adina

Prof. Ernesto Catubao

Dr. Veolita A. Afable

Dr. Julius Edgar A. Lim etc.

Dep-Ed

Summer 2015

(May 3-9, 2015-for Grade 4 & May 10-15, 2015 for the 1st batch & May 16-22, 2015 for the 2nd batch @ ESSU Main Campus

P3,466,800

Dep-Ed Fund

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

8. 2nd International Conference on Integrative Disaster Risk Reduction Management (ICIDRRM)

The remarkable success of the 1st International Conference on Integrative Disaster Risk reduction Mgt. hosted by ESSU last Sept. 3-5 2014 has prompted the organizers to launch a sequel to the event. ESSU is again embarking its 2nd International Conference on IDRRM last Sept. 3-5, 2015 at the ESSU Main Campus, Borongan City, in pursuit of its commitment to uphold its tradition of excellence in resolving pressing issues of the day: reducing & managing the effects of disasters that continuously threaten the quest for human survival. The 3-day conference primarily focused on generating scientific information that would lead to long-term, practical & sustainable solutions to climate change.

LGUs, Heads & Officials of DRRM, ESSU Academic & Administrative council participants, International figures as keynote speakers & research presenters

375

425

Dr. Edmundo A. Campoto,

Dr. Felix A. Afable,

Dr. Vicente A. Agda, Jr.

Dr. Violeta A. Afable ,

Dr. Hilarion A. Odivilas,

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon,

Dr. Leticia R. Ladera

 

Sept. 3-5, 2015 @ ESSU Main Campus

Registration:

(P780,000.00)

PLAN

(P50,000.00)

 

Ext. Fund

(278,250.00)

 

 

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

9. Seminar on the Current Trends in Teaching Science

Teaching strategy as an integral part of curriculum is an important goal in teaching instruction. The ESSU GS Science Education student conduct this said activity to undergraduate science students in order for them to be equipped with the 21st century strategies in teaching science

GS students, faculty and undergraduate students in Science

10

20

Dr. Felix A. Afable, Prof. Rhea Palma C. Alura and GS core faculty and students

 

Oct. 2, 2015 @ ESSU Main Library

 

P9,750.00

GS & Students fund

 

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

10. Organizational Meeting, Instrument Reproduction and Profiling of Respondents (KAPANAHONAN)

 

This activity will provide inputs to concerned Stakeholders sector on the awareness, preparedness and practices and respondents in times of disaster like typhoon, hurricane, earthquake, storm surge, etc.

College Students of ESSU Borongan

73

173

Dr. Violeta A. Afable

Dr. Benjamin C. Catimon

Graduate School Students

Graduate School

December 5-19, 2015 – Main ESSU Campus

P2,000.00

GS Fund & Students

 

COED-College of Education

 

Rapid Inclusive and Sustained Economic Growth

1. A Training-Workshop on Curriculum Enhancement via Modular Instructional Approach (MIA): COED Emerging Response To SJN After Typhoon Ruby (KINDLE for PEERS

This training is aimed to assist teachers craft Instructional Materials or IMs

PEERS

10

5

COED Faculty

Seminario de Jesus Nazareno

COED faculty

January 15-23, 2015

Seminario de Jesus Nazareno

P1,500.00

Ext. Funds

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

2. Structured Learning Experiences through COED e-KINDLE Program: A Seminar on Social Issues , climate change, Disaster Risk Preparedness & Mitigation

This activity is designed to in enable the faculty and students leaders to deliver goods to the target beneficiaries/clienteles on the basic extension services and programs of the College of Education as service provider. Adolescence represents a period tremendous physical, psychological, and cognitive growth and development. Adolescents undergo changes as they transition from childhood, adulthood, developing habits, behavior patterns, and relationships that influence their lifelong health outcomes. This period is also marked by increasing involvement in risk behavior, including the initiation of sexual activity. Structured Learning Experience is an approach that will aid better comprehension of topics to be discussed. Since the chosen topics will touch sensitive issues, this will favor delivery of topics while encouraging the students’ active participation on the activity.

TEENS

314

486

Dr. J. Marasigan

Dr. EJ Lim

Prof. R. Catuday

Dr. A. Penalba

FCO

Science Club

Social Science Society

English Society

COED

 

MNHS

February 13, 2015, Brgy. Maypangdan, Borongan E. Samar

P11,400.00

Ext. Funds

 

 

 

 
 

3. Math Clinic Feeding Program (KINDLE for KIDS)

An activity aimed at reciting tutorial classes to the pupils of Tamoso Elem. School

KIDS

16

25

Math Society Adviser and Math Major Students

CoEd

 

Tamoso ES

February 13, 2015, Tamoso Primary School

P6,980.00

Math Society Funds

 
 

4. Personal Awareness Remedial and Tutorial Instruction (PART) for KIDS

1. Train students how to develop their civic consciousness, citizenship in the school and community and to enhance their concerns and awareness in the real life situation of the school children.

2. To instill the salient concepts of Proper Hygiene and Sanitation, Anti-School Bullying, Anti-human trafficking, Anti-sexual Harassment and Adolescent sexual Reproductive Health to pupils to better equip them with the knowledge as they thrive in the adolescence period, as to;

2.1 Normal/expected bodily changes and sexual behavior among adolescents

2.2 Teenage pregnancy and its associated health implications

2.3 Management of emotional and psychological stress affecting adolescents

3. To address sexual and reproductive health concerns of pupils.

4. To come-up with the school-based situational analysis in order to aid the school administration to crafting relevant policies and programs to meet the social concerns of their students.

KIDS

202

223

JEEP (Junior Elementary Educators of the Phil)

CoEd

Maypangdan Elementary School

February 13, 2015, Maypangdan Elementary School

P6,500.00

Extension Funds

 
 

5. K-12 Mass Training of Grade 10 Teachers

A training for the Grade-10 teachers of DepEd aimed at delivering the following services :

1. Assist in the preparation of the documents for the K-12 Mass training

2. Prepare the technical report to be submitted to the Regional and Central Office

3. Prepare the financial document for the release of funds from DepEd

4. Prepare the communication to different office concerned

5. Prepare the Certificate of Participation & Recognition

6. Does related activities in the secretariat

PEERS

136

227

CoEd Management & Faculty

CoEd

 

Dep-Ed

May 12-16, 2015

 

 

Dep-Ed

 
 

6. Tulong Brigada Eskwela

This activity is an answer to the request of Maypangdan national High School for assistance of CoEd in the preparation for the Balik-Eskwela program of DepEd.

School Community

15

45

CoEd Faculty

   

P3,000.00

Extension Funds

 
 

7. Joint ESSU-COED & MNHS Science and Math Camp

This activity is an answer to the request of Maypangdan National High School for assistance of Science and Math Students in the conduct of their Science and Math Camp.

TEENS

244

316

Science and Math Society Advisers, Science and Math Majors

CoEd

 

Maypangdan National High School

Sept. 24-25, 2015

 

Maypangdan National High School

Science and Math Society Funds

 
 

8. COED Extension Activity: Structured Learning Experience Through COED e-Kindle Programs for Teens and Peers

This activity is designed to provide the faculty and students leaders relevant capability building interventions and technical upgrading as service providers. This is made to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of services to target clientele

TEENS/PEERS

143

261

Dr. Lorna D. Capito

Dr. Hilarion Odevilas

Dr. Felix D. Acong

Extension Program Coordinator

CoEd Faculty

Sta. Fe NHS

 

Calingatnan NHS

October 23, 2015

 

Sta. Fe & Calingatnan NHS

P3,250.00

Extension Funds

 
 

9. Gift Giving Of Sister’s Servant of the visitation

This is an activity recited to make the children feel the essence of true Christmas Spirit through gift giving.

KIDS

10

10

Dr. Lorna D. Capito

Dr. Josephine Marasigan

COEd

 

Sister’s Servant pf the visitation

Bato, Borongan E. Samar

Personal

 

 

CANS-College of Agriculture & Natural Sciences

 

Poverty Reduction & Empowerment of the Poor & Vulnerable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Breeding and Production of Meat Type Native Chicken

Monitoring of Dispersed Meat Type Native Chicken

Farmer

12

0

 

 

 

Danilo P. Alura

Manuel P. Obina

Ruel Delantar

Ireneo Gayo

 

 

 

LGU of the Concerned Municipality and Brgys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan-December 2015, Brgy Surok & Songco Borongan E. Samar, Balangkayan, Hernani, Lawaan and Quinapondan E. Samar

P70,000.00

ESSU Ext. Fund

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of Recommended Cooperators

farmer

6

0

Jan-June 2015

Brgy. Surok, Brgy. Songco, and San Mateo, Borongan City

 

Consultation with Women’s Organization of Brgy. San Mateo, Borongan, E. Samar

Farmer

0

13

Nov. 18, 2015

Balud, Borongan E. Samar

 

Technical Consultation of Meat Type native chicken raising with inc (Iglesia ni Christo) Farmer Community

Farmer

30

0

Nov. 23, 2015

Borongan E. Samar

 

 

 

 

Dispersal of Meat Type Native Chicken

Farmer

2

0

Brgy. Surok, Borongan City May & Nov. 2015

 

1

0

Brgy. Songco, Borongan City, May 2015

 

 

1

0

Brgy. Balud, Borongan City/ Nov. 2015

 

1

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

Brgy. Maypangdan, Borongan City/Nov. 2015

 

1

0

Brgy. Bugas, Borongan City/Nov. 2015

 

 

1

0

Brgy. San Pablo, Borongan City/Dec. 2015

 

0

5

Brgy. San Mateo, Borongan City/Dec. 2015

 

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

2. Communicating Technology on No-Wash Backyard Swine Raising and organic Fertilizer Production.

A one –day seminar on No-wash Backyard Swine Raising and Organic Fertilizers Production

Farmers,

Housewives and Brgy. Officials

23

13

Eva P. Palada

Rhea Palma C.

Alura,

Ruel B.

Delantar,

Imelda C.

Casillano,

Zenaida P.

Rapada

LGU, Brgy. San Juan,

Sulat, Eastern Samar

March 20, 2015 Brgy. San Juan, Sulat Eastern Samar

P5,890.00

ESSU Extension Fund

 

3. Training on

Biofertilizers Production

A one-day Training on Biofertilizer Production and Utilization

Farmers

18

27

Zenaida P.

Rapada

LGU, Brgy. Maypangdan, Borongan City

March 31, 2015 Brgy. Maypangdan. Borongan City

P5,000.00

Ext. Fund

 

4. Training on

Basic Electricity

A one-day Training on Basic Electricity

Parents

20

28

Zenaida P.

Rapada

LGU, Brgy. Maypangdan, Borongan City

March 15, 2015 Brgy. Maypangdan, Borogan City

P5,000.00

Ext. Fund

 

 

 

 

 

5. Seminar on Technology on No-wash Backyard Swine Raising and the Processing of its By-product

(Bedding Materials into Organic Fertilizer)

Seminar on no-wash backyard swine raising and organic fertilizer production

Farmers, Housewives, Brgy. Officials and Businessman

16

7

Eva P. Palada, Imelda C.

Casillano,

Evelyn A. Corado

Rhea Palma C.

Alura

LGU, Brgy. Balud, Borongan E. Samar

April 18, 2015 Brgy. Balud, Borongan E. Samar

P6,000.00

Extension Fund

 

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

6. Seminar Workshop on Nature Farming Technology

A seminar Workshop to empower the housewives gardener with relevant concepts and techniques in agriculture entrepreneurships and natural farming

Farmer and Oikos Team Participants

15

26

Eva P. Palada

Imelda C.

Casillano

Evelyn A. Corado

Rhea Palma C. Alura

OIkos Ptochos Theou mission, LGU, Sta. Cruz , Salcedo Eastern

Samar

June 19 2015 Brgy. STa Cruz,Salcedo, Eastern Samar

P1,280.00

ESSU Extension Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Business Planning Seminar and Workshop

A 4-day Seminar in Business Planning

Fishermen Org. and Women Org. (Key officers)

10

10

Evelyn A. Corado

Caritas

July 17-19, 2015

-

8. Consolation Meeting with Barangay LGUs and concerned government agencies, civic organization / NGOs and individuals

Establishing linkage with concerned government agencies, barangay LGUs, NGOs and individuals that are willing to assist in the rehabilitation endeavor of DAS/CANS for “Ruby” damaged coconut farm in Borongan City

Barangays officials/workers and farmers

11

6

Dr. Judith A.

Eljera, Zenaida

P. Rapada,

Ricelle L. Asilo,

Imelda C.

Casillano. Dr. Eva

P. Palada and

Yasmin C.

Casillano

Brgy. Siha , Borogan City, LGU

October 22, 2015 Brgy. Siha Borongan City

 

 

P 7,350.00

ESSU Ext. Fund

6

11

Brgy. Sta. Fe Borongan City

October 22, 2015 Brgy. Siha Borongan city

22

8

Brgy. Maypangdan, Borogan City, LGU

October 23, 2015 Brgy. Maypangdan, Borongan City

9. Social Management and Extension Training

A training in cooperation with People in Need (PIN) to inculcate the basic skills and knowledge on Extension and Social Management that Local Service Providers need.

Local Service Providers, staff of LGUs and PIN

12

10

Evelyn A. Corado

Vicente A. Agda, Jr.

People in Need (PIN) /ACTED

October 26-27, 2015, Quinapondan E. Samar

Externally funded (PIN & ACTED)

11. Agribusiness Training

A Training in cooperation with people in need (PIN) that focus on enterprises planning which includes topics on business planning/deciding what business to be in budgeting and fund sourcing and plan and budget execution.

Local Service Providers, staff of LGUs and PIN

12

10

Evelyn A. Corado

Vicente A. Agda, Jr.

People in Need (PIN) /ACTED

Nov. 12-13, 2015

Quinapondan E. Samar

Externally funded (PIN & ACTED)

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

12. Managing Social Enterprises Training

A Training in cooperation with the Diocese of Borongan/Caritas to help victims of typhoon Yolanda especially in the storm surge areas in Llorente, Maydolong and Balangkayan

Upland Farmers

12

13

Evelyn Amit Corado

Diocese of Borongan

Nov. 28, 2015

Barobo Elem. School, Llorente E. Samar

Externally funded (PIN & ACTED)

Upland Farmers

8

15

Nov. 29, 2015

Maydolong National High School, Lapgap Maydolong E. Samar

-do-

 

Upland Farmers

10

15

Nov. 30, 2015

Balogo, Multi Purpose Hall, Balangkayan, E. Samar

-do-

13. Knowledge Management Training

A Training in cooperation with People In NEED (PIN) that hopes to inculcate commitment of the local service providers in enhancing their knowledge and information sharing skills to the respective communities they assist

Local Service Providers, staff of LGUs and PIN

12

10

Evelyn A. Corado

Edgar Julius Lim

Josephine Marasigan

Deogracias Paano

People in Need (PIN)/ACTED

Dec. 14-16, 2015

-do-

Integrity of the Environment and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

1. Philippine National Aquasilviculture Program (PNAP)

Installation of two units of Aquasilviculture Propagule collection of mangrove Rehab and Hatchery Trial Operation

Fishermen

157

67

Ma. Natalia A. Ciasico

BFAR

PNAP

Jan-June, 2015

BFAR/PNAP Fund

2. Climate Change and Livelihood Options

Seminar on Climate Change and Livelihood options

Upland Farmers

10

45

Evelyn A. Corado

None

February 14, 2015

Brgy. San Mateo, Borongan City

P 1,800.00

3. Strengthening the GIS Training & Databanking & Facility of ESSU in support of REDD+ in E. Samar

Courtesy call and Convey local chief executive for the briefing/orientation and back to back MOA signing

LGU

-

-

Edgar Peque

Sharon B. SIngzon

Darwin Anir

Febie B. SIngzon

Jeprey C, Anano

 

 

 

LGU in E. Samar, DENR/PENRO/MENRO, PPDO/MPDO

October 1, 2015

REDD+ Funded

ESSU GIS-REDD+TWG Meeting

ESSU GIS REDD+ TWG

3

3

Edgar I. Peque

Sharon B. SIngzon

October 8, 2015

ESSU CEGCCA Office

 

 

 

REDD+ System GIZ and ESSU

First (1st) Consultation Meeting

ESSU TWG LGUs GIS Team

43

72

Febie B. SIngzon

Edgar I. peque

Sharon B. SIngzon

Darwin Anir

Jeprey C. Anano

Nov. 12, 2015

ESSU LIbrary

CBMA-College of Business Management & Accountancy

Poverty Reduction & Empowerment of the Poor & Vulnerable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Livelihood Trainings (Food Processing and Cut-Flowers and Vegetable Production) Under the Bulig Kablas Pangkabuhayan Project (BKPP)

An off-shoot of the Needs Assessment and Environmental Scanning conference centered on the needed and prioritized livelihood projects as perceived by the Brgy. Officials present during the said conference.

Brgy Folks of Bayobay, Maypangdan, San Saturnino, Cagbunga, Amantacop, Sta Fe, Bugas, Tabunan, Libuton, Palara, Balacdas, Tamoso and San Pablo, Borongan City

23

57

CBMA Faculty

ESSU Graduate School Faculty

Ext. Unit Staff

 

 

February 20 & 11, 2015

P11.700.00

Ext. Fund

 

2. May Negosyo si Nanay, Maganda and Buhay

An Activity that aims to increase the quality of life of families of the beneficiaries through the production of local delicacies and demonstration on brewing of Purple Camote Tops

Housewives of Brgy. Canjaway

Borongan City

3

46

AHRRMS Officers: Advisers; Housewives of Brgy. Canjaway

CBMA ext. Services, OSAA

February 13, 2015

Brgy. Canjaway, Borongan City

P3,000.00

Ext. Fund

3. CBMA Extension Activity: “Three –in-One”

An extension activity that tackles and addresses social, economic and environmental issues of the communiyt

Residents of Brgy. Pagbabangnan, San Julian E. Samar

17

71

CBMASO Officers and members

CBMA ext. Services, OSAA

February 13, 2015

Brgy. Pagbabangnan, San Julian E. Samar

P1,400.00

Ext. Fund

4. Training on Food Processing: The Tocino and Longanisa Project

Providing Technical know how and basic principles and techniques in food processing

Brgy. Folks of Bayobay & Borongan Jail Inmates

43

72

CBMA Faculty

 

March 6, 2015

Brgy. Bayobay & Borongan Jail Inmates

P7,055.00

Ext. Fund

 

 

 

5. Training Needs Analysis and values reorientation for various Brgys. In Borongan City

Providing the stakeholders a systematic process for determining the profile of the beneficiaries and their needs or gaps between current conditions and desired conditions.

Samahang Kababaihan ng Borongan

 

150

CBMA Faculty & Samahang Kababaihan ng Borongan City Government

LGU-Borongan thru COuncelor Jennifer Anacio

June 19 & 26, 2015

 

 

ESADEF, Baybay, Borongan City

P1,055.00

Ext. Fund

 

 

6. Let’s Go Organic Seminar

An activity that would provide advantageous training to farmers of Brgy. San Mateo, Borongan City wherein beneficiaries are taught how to produce their own organic fertilizer and apply the same in organic farming

Farmers of Brgy. San Mateo

4

16

CBMA Faculty

4-HRDM Students

 

August 29, 2015

Brgy. San Mateo, Borongan City

P2,600.00

Student’s Contribution

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Health & Safety awareness Seminar

An activity that aims to provide awareness on rampant diseases in the community an how these could be completed.

Brgy. Hindang Residents

10

35

CBMASO Officers

CBMASO advisers

 

August 28, 2015

Brgy. Hindang, Borongan City

P1,460.00

CBMASO Fund

 

8. Rag-Making and Sushi-Bread Making

An activity that provides knowledge and skills on livelihood activities

Brgy. Tawi-Tawi housewives

 

16

CBMA Faculty

4-Econ. Students

 

September 25, 2015

Brgy. Maypangdan, Tawi-Tawi, Borongan City

P3,080.00

Student’s Contribution

9. Ice Cream Making: A Livelihood Program

An Activity that would impart knowledge on ice cream making that could be a livelihood activity for the beneficiaries

Residents of Brgy. Siha, Borongan City

15

35

CBMA Faculty

4-Econ. Students

 

September 25, 2015 at Brgy. Siha, Borongan City

P3,800.00

Student’s Contribution

10. Entrepreneurial Skills Training for Financial Management

A requested extension activity by the Diocesan Commission on Social Action Justice and Peace (DCSA-JP) Borongan

Farmers from Llorente and Balangkayan, E. Samar

33

97

Marijun Leonor Obon

Sheena A. Ty

Ronalyn G. Cebreros

Diocesan Commission on Social Action Justice and Peace (DCSA-JP) Borongan

Oct. 28, & 30, 2015

 

LLorente & balangakayan E. Samar

Expenses were shouldered by

DCSA-JP) Borongan

 

 

11. Training on Basic Accounting and Bookkeeping

An extension activity that aims to impart knowledge on basic accounting and bookkeeping in preparation for coming up with a cooperative

Residents of Brgy. Bayobay Borongan City

2

83

CBMA Faculty

LGU Bayobay

Nov. 14 & 19, 2015

P14,180.00

Ext. Fund

 

12. Agri-Business Training

An Extension activity that is focused on recovering and rehabilitating livelihood

Local Services Providers

12

10

Katherine Camenforte

PIN & ACTED

Nov. 13, 2015

Gonzaga Inn, Quinapondan E. Samar

Externally funded

(PIN & ACTED)

13. Entrepreneurial Skills Training for Financial Management

An Extension activity which aims to provide entrepreneurial knowledge and skills to its beneficiaries as part of the rehabilitation program of the Diocese of Borongan

Farmers from Maydolong E. Samar

10

40

Marijun Leonor Obon

Ronalyn Cebreros

Diocese Commission on Social Action Justice & Peace Borongan

Nov. 4, 2015

DCSA-JP

14. Marketing Training

An Extension activity that is focused on recovering and rehabilitating livelihoods

Local Services Providers & Farmers

11

10

Kimberly Michelle Quintua

Dympha Ann Calumpiano

Arcelli Lorico

PIN & ACTED

Nov. 25-26, 2015

Gonzaga Inn, Quinapondan E. Sama

 

Externally funded

(PIN & ACTED)

 

 

15. Training on Souvenir and Gift Items-Making for Women in Nation Building

A requested training/activity of LGU Sulat

Members of Women in Nation Building

 

30

Hanzelle Viñas

Agnes YU

Marijun Leonor Obon

LGU Sulat

GAD, DTI and ESSU-CAS

Nov. 24-25, 2015

 

Sulat, E. Samar

Externally funded (LGU)

16. Training on Financial Literacy

An Extension activity that is focused on recovering and rehabilitating livelihoods

Local Service Providers

12

10

Marijun Leonor T. Obon

Jocadel Padullo

Ronalyn Cebreros

PIN & ACTED

Dec. 3-4, 2015

 

Gonzaga’s Guesthouse, Quinapondan, E. Samar

Externally funded (PIN & ACTED)

17. Training of Agribusiness

An Extension activity that is focused on recovering and rehabilitating livelihoods

Members of Women in Nation Building

12

10

Katherine Camenforte

PIN & ACTED

Dec. 16, 2015

Gonzaga’s Guesthouse, Quinapondan, E. Samar

Externally funded (PIN& ACTED)

CAS- College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

 

 

Community Health Health & Social Extension

1. Health & Wellness Campaign: TB Awareness Program

Discussed the TB Awareness Program with DOH-PHI TB Coordinator

Residents of selected pilot areas in E. Samar (Dolores, Guiuan, and Borongan)

-

-

Dr. Lorna D. Capito

Laarni Joy A. Ballos

Reynan Rivera

CAS Faculty and CASSO

DOH-0PHO

February 24, 2015

DOH Funded

2. Health and Wellness Campaign: Nutrition Orientation and Feeding Program

Discussed the Nutrition Orientation and Feeding Program with the Ain Karim Sisters Servants of the visitation and Brgy. Officials of brgy. Cati-an, Bato, Borongan City

Indigent Parents and children of brgy. Cati-an Bato, Borongan City

-

-

Dr, Lorna D. Capito

Clarita A. Cabil

Mary Ann Hermano, CAS Faculty & CASSO

Ain Karim Visitation Sisters & Brgy. Bato Officials

February 27, 2015

Externally funded (Karim Sisters)

 

Discussed the Nutrition Orientation and Feeding Program with the Presentation of Mary Sisters and Brgy. Maypangdan Officials

Indigent Parents and children of Brgy. Maypangdan

-

-

Dr. Lorna D. Capito

Sr. Edilberta Betaizar, pm, Sr. Cherie Eloisa Garrote, pm, CAS Faculty & CASSO

Marie Revier and Associate & Presentation of Mary Sisters

February 10, 2015

Externally funded (Presen. Of Mary)

3. Health and Wellness Campaign: Anti Rabies

Conduct of Anti-rabies Campaign and dog vaccination in Ando Island, Borongan City

Ando Island residents

8

25

Dr. L. Capito

R. Capito

E. Delantar

C. Cabil

D. Banal

L Rapada

M Obina

R. Corre

F. Andea

D. Acurin

E. Madriaga

E.Abines

R. Rivera

DJ voloso

IPHO City of Borongan

April 17, 2015

Ando Island, Borongan City

P5,078.00

Ext. Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transparency Accountability and Good Governance

1. Skill Enhancement Session for LGU Secretaries Brgy. Level

Skills Enhancement Training of LGU Secretaries-Brgy. Level in response to the request by the Municipal Mayor of Sulat. Hon. Virgenia R. Zacate

LGU Secretaries-Brgy. Level Sulat E. Samar

3

17

M. Vetorico

M. Obina

E. Celada

G. Apura

R. Rivera

P. Jamer

F. Suyot

DJ Voloso

LGU-Sulat E. Samar

April 14-16, 2015

P19,500.00

Ext. Fund

 

 

CON- College of Nursing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Health

Social and Health Extension

1. Essential Community Health Education at Brgy. Camada Borongan, E. Samar

a. Community Health Presentation (Kalusugan sa Barangay Forum 2014)

b. Kaagap ay Ka-na-Ba? (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata)Mothers’ class.

c. Mag HL KALOKA (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola!)

d. Health teachings on hygiene and practices against communicable diseases

 

The Essential Community Health Education under the concept of the Essential Community Health Orgnaizing and Participatory Action Research (ECHOPAR) Extension Project of the ESSU College of Nursing Community Health Presentation. The BSN Level II students and faculty in-charge of the community immersion under the concept of Community Health Nursing (CHN) subject shall present to the community people the result of the Health Assessment conducted from August 13, 20, and 27 , 2014. The presentation covers the socio demographic, socio economic, social issues, environment and sanitation, and vital health statistics. The health presentation entitled Kalusugan sa Brangay Forum 2014. Kaagapay Ka-na-Ba! Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata) Health training and wellness promotion for the women, mothers, teenage mothers, and children of adopted community in Brgy. Camada, through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, mothers class, lectures on breastfeeding and complementary feeding. Mag HL Kaloka! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola!) Health training and wellness promotion to the adult and elderly community people in Brgy. Camada, Borongan E. Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, exercise and positive outlook KapalKalusugan (Kapaligiran at Kalusugan) Project. Extension – related activities and studies about climate change and its implication to health. This training involves information about health and diseases attributed to climate change and efforts for adaption and mitigation . After baseline data is established health management training and intervention will be the focus of the extension activity

Community people at the adopted community of Brgy. Camada E. Samar under the COPAR concept

45

94

Ext. Coordinator of the College

Faculty members of CON

Level IV BSN students

 

January 7,8,9,14,15,16,21,22,23,28,29, and 30, 2015

Extension Fund

 

2. Essential Community Health Education & Livelihood Program at Tambakan (dumpsite) community of Brgy. Camada, Borongan E. Samar: - Kaagapay Ka-na-Ba? (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata) Mother’s class – Mag HL KALOKA! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola!) – Health teachings on hygiene and health practices against communicable diseases.

- Kapalkalusugan (Kapaligiran at kalusugan) Health Teaching on Climate – Change and its relation to health livelihood introduction from waste/garbage (dumpsite)

The Essential Community Health Education and Livelihood Program under the concept of the Essential Community Health Organizing and participatory Action Research (ECHOPAR) Extension Project of the ESSU College of Nursing Kaagapay Ka- Na-Ba? (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata) Health training and wellness promotion for the women mothers, teenage mothers and children of adopted community in Brgy. Camada, Borongan E. Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, mothers class, lectures on breastfeeding and complementary feeding. Mag HL Kaloka! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola!) Health training and wellness promotion to the adult and elderly community people in Brgy. Camada, Borongan E. Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, exercise and positive outlook KapalKalusugan (Kapaligiran at Kalusugan) Project. Extension – related activities and studies about climate change and its implication to health. This training involves information about health and diseases attributed to climate change and efforts for adaption and mitigation . After baseline data is established health management training and intervention will be the focus of the extension activity.

Community People of Tambakan (dumpsite) of Brgy. Camada, Borongan City

25

30

Ext. Coordinators (CON Faculty Members

Level IV BSN Students

 

February 14, 2015

@ Brgy. Camada

No Amount Indicated

 

3. Training on Basic Pranic Healing , An Integrative Approach to holistic Development and Medical Care

A 2-day training that will cover Basic Pranic Healing

Medical Doctors & Public Health Nurses from Provincial Hospital & Faculty Members of Diff. Colleges of ESSU

5

45

College of Nursing Faculty

Provincial Goverment

June-2-3, 2015

ESSU-Borongan

ESSU Fund & Provincial Government of E. Samar

Transparency, Accountability & Good Governance

4. Cascade Training for Field Interviewer under the Citizen Satisfaction Index System (CSIS) of DILG

The revival of the CSIS was in the context of the DILGs direction towards opening up more spaces for people participation in governance, to ensure more transparent, accountable and highly performing local governments Citizens satisfaction Index System (CSIS) serves as a tool for drawing in applicable information for gauging citizen satisfaction in the various local government services that are delivered to help improve their socio-economic condition and advance their appreciation of local political affairs, as well as effectively transform them into becoming productive development partners.

Field Interviewers (FI’s) Filed Supervisors, and Field Manager under the Local Resource Institute (LRI) of the DILG.

11

9

DILG-Eastern Samar and ESSU

DILG

June 2-3, 2015

DILG Funded

 

5. Essential Community Health Education at Brgy. Siha Borongan, E. Samar Community Health Presentation (Kalusugan sa Barangay Forum 2015)

 

The BSN Level II students and faculty in-charge of the community immersion under the concept of Community Health Nursing (CHN) subject shall present to the community people the result of the Health Assessment conducted from August 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2015. The presentation covers the socio-demographic, socio economic, social economic, social issues environment and sanitation, and vital health statistics. The health presentation entitled “KAUSWAGAN SA BARANGAY 2015.

Community Members of Brgy. SIha

135

175

ESSU College of Nursing Ext. Office of the University and cooperation with rural health unit (RHU) 2 at Brgy. Lalwigan, Borongan E. Samar

 

August 5,12,19 & 26, 2015

 

Sept. 23, 2015

No Amount Indicated

 

6. Health Education & Information Campaign on the Prevalence mode of transmission, prevention and treatment of Typhoid Fever and other endemic communicable diseases

This extension activity is in response to the recent outbreak of typhoid fever in the nearby barangay of Maypangdan, Borongan E. Samar. The extension activity targeted the grade school pupils, teachers, and mothers at Tabunan Elementary School. This activity is one day event that focuses on relevant health teachings and information about typhoid fever and other communicable diseases common to the province like dengue, schistosomiasis, and the like.

Grade School Pupils, Teachers & Mothers of Brgy. Tabunan

78

151

ESSU College of Nursing Faculty

 

August 10, 2015

Brgy. Tabunan, Borongan City

No Amount Indicated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Health Social and Health Extension

7. Essential Community Health Education at Brgy. Siha Borongan, E. Samar:

a Community Health Presentation (Kalusugan sa Barangay Forum 2015)

b. Kaagap ay Ka-na-Ba? (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata)Mothers’ class.

c. Mag HL KALOKA (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola!)

d. Health teachings on hygiene and practices against communicable diseases. KAPALKalusugan (Kapaligiran at Kalusugan Project)

 

The Essential Community Health Education under the concept of the Essential Community Health Orgnaizing and Participatory Action Research (ECHOPAR) Extension Project of the ESSU College of Nursing Community Health Presentation. The BSN Level II students and faculty in-charge of the community immersion under the concept of Community Health Nursing (CHN) conducted health intervention based on the program planning with Brgy. SIHA and the result of the assessment. A culminating activity was also held on the last day of the community health nursing with the theme (Eksakto ngan Bastante nga kinaadman hiton maupay nga Panlawas, Malinis nga Natad, ngan Mamurayaw nga Kumunidad )”.

Kaagapay Ka - Na- Ba?! (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata) Health training and and wellness promotion for the women, mothers, teenage mothers, and children of adopted community in Brgy. Camada, Borongan Eastern Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, mother’s class, lectures of breastfeeding and complimentary feeding.

Mag HL kALOkA! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka… Lolo at Lola) Health training and wellness promotion to the adult and elderly community people in Brgy. Camada, Borongan Eastern Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, exercise, and positive outlook.

KapalKalusugan (kapaligiran at Kalusugan) Project.

Extension- related activities and studies about climate change and its implication to health. This training involves information about health and diseases attributed to climate change and efforts for adaptation and mitigation. After baseline data is established, training and intervention will the focus of the extension activity.

Community People of Brgy. Siha, Borongan E. Samar

70

126

Ext. Coordinator of the College

Faculty members of CON

Level II BSN students

 

October 7 and 14 , 2015

No Amount Indicated

 

8. Essential Community Health Organizing and Participatory Action research (ECHOPAR) at Brgy. SIHA, Borongan E. Samar:

a. Community Health Assessment, Diagnosis, and Presentation of Data (Through the Kalusugan sa Barangay Forum)

b. Kaagap ay Ka-na-Ba?! (Kaagapay sa Kalusugan ni Nanay at Bata)Mothers’ Class and Essential Intrapartum and Newborn Care (EINC) Unang Yakap Program Evaluation and advocacy.

c. Mag HL KALOKA! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle Ka.. Lolo at Lola!)

d. 4Ps (Pangkalosogang Pagplano ng Pamilyang Pilipino)

e. Healthy Lifestyle (Management of Non Communicable diseases)

f. Kapalkalusugan(Kapaligiran at Kalusugan) Project and health Teachings on Hygiene and health practices against communicable diseases.

g. Community Core group Management Training.

Specific Activities:

· Core group formation and training

· Vital signs training

· Health Teachings about handwashing tooth brushing for school-age children

· First Aid training with vital signs

· Palatable way of cooking nutritious foods

· Community Ecologic Solid Waste management Forum and Planning

· Health teaching about communicable diseases

· Basic Life Support Training

· Culminating activity

The essential Community Health Education under the concept of the Essential Community Health Organizing and Participatory Action Research (ECHOPAR) Extension Project of ESSU College of Nursing

 

Mag Hl kALOkA! (Mag Healthy Lifestyle ka Lolo at Lola!) Health and Training and wellness promotion to the adult and elderly community in Barangy Camada, Borongan Eastern Samar through active and healthy lifestyle, proper diet, exercise, and positive outlook.

After baseline data is established, health management training and intervention will be the focus of the extension activity.

 

 

4Ps (Pangkalusugang Pagpaplano ng pamilyang Pilipino) This component shall utilize Health Education and wellness promotion for family planning of the community of Eastern Samar through training on latest updates of Family Practices and Programs of the Department of Health.

 

 

Healthy Lifestyle (management of Non-Communicable Diseases)

This shall focus on the lifestyle-related and non-communicable diseases immerging in the community as leading cause of morbidity and mortality cases for adult individuals in the community.

This shall focus into health teaching for hypertension, diseases of heart, stroke, diabetes, and even cancer.

 

 

KapalKalusugan (Kapaligiran at Kalusugan) Project and Health Teaching on Hygiene and health practices against communicable diseases.

This component of ECHOPAR focuses on the environmental and health educationin the community particularly information campaign on the prevalence, mode of transmission, prevention and treatment of endemic communicable diseases in the province particularly Dengue, Typhoid fever, Schistosomiasis, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, and other diseases.

Community people of the adopted community of Brgy. Siha, Borongan, E. Samar under the COPAR concept

147

311

Ext. Coordinator of the College

Faculty members of CON

Level IV BSN students

 

November 18,19,20,25,26,27, 2015 and

December 2,3,4,9 & 10, 2015

No Amount Indicated

COE-College of Engineering

 

 

Poverty Reduction & Empowerment of the Poor & Vulnerable

1. Consultation Meeting with Beneficiaries of the Kalan de Uling Project

 

Residents of Brgy. Lalawigan

10

10

COE Faculty

 

February, 2015

Brgy. Lalawigan

DOST Funded

2. Seminar workshop on Structural Analysis and Design using MIDAS Gen. Software

Providing knowledge and skills in designing structures using MIDAS GEN structural ssoftware

Engineers & BSCE students

65

35

Engr. Rodito Acol

ESSU, MIDAS IT Philippines

Nov. 25, 2015

P3,000.00

 

 

3. ESSU-DOST Charcoal Briquiting Project

To assess on the readiness of the Association in starting the operation and production of the Charcoal Briquiting Machine.

Residents of Bryg. Lalawigan

15

8

COE Faculty DOST Asso.

 

July-Dec. 2015

DOST

P28,000.00

 

CCS-College of Computer Studies

 

 

Poverty Reduction & Empowerment of the Poor & Vulnerable

1. Information Campaign on Netiquette

 

Sabang Elem. pupils

20

25

CCS Faculty

 

February 13, 2015 SabangCentral Elem School, Borongan City

P4, 250.00

Ext. Fund

2. Information Technology Literacy Training

Provide knowledge on the basic concept of Information Technology to the pupils respectively.

Eugenio S. Daza Pilot Elem . School pupils

42

98

CCS Faculty

 

February 13, 2015

Eugenio S. Daza Elem. School, Borongan City

P3,250.00

Ext. Fund

3. Post Disaster IT Facilities Management

 

Maypangdan National High School Students

53

87

CCS Faculty

 

March, 2015

Maypangdan National High School, Maypangdan , Borongan City

P2,500.00

Ext. Fund

4. ICT Integration in Teaching

 

 

This two days on site training providing knowledge on the basic concept of information and communication technology focusing on office productivity tools for and computer systems servicing for teachers and students respectively

Teachers

Students

 

 

20

40

 

 

 

 

 

Rowena P. Capada

Aimee M. Bula

Eleaczar Arma

Jennifer Abogaa

Janice Dyan Quilonia

Karen Cantilang

Neil Francis Casillano, Lourence Villaluz

Jorge Marasigan

 

August 21-22, 2015

 

DAO Integrated SCHOOL, Brgy. DAO Oras E. Samar

 

P 10,500.00

Ext. Fund

 

SVT-School of Vocational Technology

 

 

Poverty Reduction & Empowerment of the Poor & the Vulnerable

1. Assisting the Brgy. In restoring the street light electrical wiring

Typhoon Ruby brought destruction in Borongan as well as in other parts of the Visayan Region. Electrical infrastructure is one among many which was badly hit and now causing more problems especially in the areas directly affected. Hence, SVT answers the call. They will be deployed to different brgys. To offered assistance in restoring street lights electrical wiring.

All Brgys. Councils and residence

29

7

Dr. Grace O. Manlapas

Ms. Emelyn B. Malinao

Engr. Sergio Cidro, Jr.

Engr. Marvelo Padro

Edsel Lombrio

Brgy. Council

Feb. 12, 2015

Brgy. Maypangdan

Feb. 13, 2015

Brgy. Pepilitan & Brgy. Balud, Borongan E. Samar

ESSU-GF

 

 

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