Mayor Rama is featured in ''CEBU SPORTS DIGEST''
Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2015 18:23
CEBU CITY, Philippines - Bearing the head of the article, "7 Cebu politicians who are actively into sports," Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama led the featured Public Servants who are also active in Sports.
Part of the article reads, "Let’s start with Cebu City’s own mayor. The mayor has often agreed to grace the short 5Ks in running events he gets invited to, but it’s his skills with the basketball that’s worth noting."
The piece further stated, "A known sharp-shooter, Mayor Rama regularly leads his Team Rama against other teams in friendly games. In one game, he hit 30 three-pointers and finished with 96 points in leading Team Rama, 157-137, over the CIB Thunders on July 8, 2013."
"Even if you say the cops were pretty loose in defending the mayor, hitting 30 three-pointers in a game situation isn’t easy. And just recently, he had “only” 55 points in Team Rama’s 109-106 win over Team JVR," part of the article about Mayor Rama ended.
Read more for the full article at: http://cebusportsdigest.com/…/7-cebu-politicians-who-are-…/…
Salinas Drive and Pope John Paul II Avenue Walkthrough
Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2015 13:17
A walkthrough along Salinas Drive and Pope John Paul II Avenue was held early this morning with Mayor Michael L. Rama, the Cebu Chamber of Commerce, Movement for Livable Cebu, Kayahag, DPWH, CCPO, CITOM, DEPW, City Planning, PROBE, CESET, the Zoning Board and some members of the media. The purpose of the walkthrough was to see the problems of the said roads and find a solution for it.Â This is in preparation for the APEC and the IEC.
Cebu City Local Job Fair ni-arangkada sa Barangay Apas!
Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2015 13:14
CEBU CITY, Philippines - Aron sa pagtabang sa mga nagita ug trabaho ug aron mokunhod ang 'unemployment rate' sa Sugbo, gihingusgan sa kagamhanan ning dakbayan ang pagpahigayon sa Local Job Fair ngadto mismo sa mga kabarangayan.
Niadtong Agosto 1, 2015 adlawng Sabado ang Cebu City Local Job Fair niarangkada ngadto sa Barangay Apas diin ang 87 ka mga aplikante maoy natabangan niini.
Si Rhea Kristy Lazareno, 21, fresh graduate sa kursong Political Science gikan sa Barangay Apas usa lamang sa mga natabangan sa programa nga nangaplay isip call center agent sa Tech Mahindra.
"Thankful kaayo ko kay at least duol na lang sa amo then accessible ang pagpangaplay, dili nami mogasto pa ug transportation pag-apply sa mga company kay naa naman sila dinhi mismo sa among barangay," asoy ni Lazareno sa dihang gikahinabi sa BARUGG News.
Alang usab kang Nelson Yuson, Jr., 18, lumad nga taga San Remegio, sa probinsiya sa Sugbo, gradwado sa kursong Marine Transportation sa Southwestern University Maritime Regiment nga nangapaly sa Dames International, gipaambit niini nga maayo ang gibuhat sa gobiyerno nga motabang sa mga nangita ug trabaho.
"Nindot kaayo ni ang Job Fair kay dali na ang pagpang-aplay ug trabaho kay naa naman sa usa ka lugar ang mga kompanya," dugang gipadayag ni Yuson kinsa mipasabot usab nga gusto siyang makatrabaho aron makatabang sa iyang mga ginikanan ug sa iyang mga igsuon samtang naghulat nga tawagan sa iyang laing giapalayan alang sa apprenticeship.
Ang kalihokan gipahigayon sa kagamhanan ning dakbayan nga gipangulohan ni Mayor Michael Rama pinaagi sa Department of Manpower Development and Placement kon DMDP.
Samtang ang kalihokan gisalmotan sa 18 ka mga ahensya ug kompanya nga adunay pagtugot sa Department of Labor and Employment kon DOLE ug nagtanyag ug 1,382 ka mga bakanting posisyon o trabaho.
Ang Cebu City Local Job Fair gipahigayon kaduha sa usa ka bulan aron matabangan ang mga nangita'g trabaho sa 80 ka barangays ning syudad. Niining bulan sa Agosto, ipahigayon usab ang laing Job Fair karong Agosto 15 ngadto sa Barangay Punta Princesa. (Cebu City Public information Office PIO/Greggy Jiggs P. Senados)
VM Labella swears in new CCGEHC officers
Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2015 13:09
CEBU CITY, Philippines - Cebu City Vice Mayor Edgardo C. Labella on Friday afternoon July 31, 2015 swore in 11 newly-elected officers of the Cebu City Government Employees Housing Cooperative (CCGEHC).Labella administered the oath of office inside the Vice Mayor's Office located in the Ground Floor of Legislative Building in Cebu City Hall. He urged the new officers to do their job well in improving the organization in order to provide a decent home for the city's employees.
"A cooperative must be non-profit and should benefit its members," he pointed out adding that he expects a functional organization with the familiar faces of the new officers.
Leading those who took their oaths were the newly-elected CCGEHC Board of Directors (BOD) Sergio Holganza from Human Resource Development Office, Gina Olvis from Internal Audit Service Office, Conrado Ordesta from Management Information and Computer Services Department, and Rowena Salas and Gina Jagmoc both from Department of Engineering and Public Works.
Other CCGEHC officers who took their oaths were from Audit Committee Alma M. Bolotano and Aurelia C. Marte both from the City Health Department as Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson respectively, and Roselyn Torres from the Division for the Welfare of the Urban Poor as Secretary.
CCGEHC Election Committee Officers were also sworn in which included Alona Tan from the Mayor's Office as Chairperson, Loreto P. Lastimoso from the City Planning and Development Office as Vice-Chairperson and Greggy Jiggs P. Senados from the Public Information Office as Secretary.
The new officers were elected during the CCGEHC General Assembly last June 13, 2015 held at the Rooftop, 9th floor of the Executive Building, in Cebu City Hall.
CCGEHC which is a registered cooperative under the Cooperative Development Authority was created in order to provide a housing program for the Cebu City Government's more than Five thousand employees. (Cebu City Public Information Office PIO/Greggy Jiggs P. Senados)
Youth groups in Cebu urged to join TAYO Search
CEBU CITY, Philippines - As the National Youth Commission or NYC formally opened the search for Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations or TAYO Year 13 this year, youth groups in Cebu are encouraged to join.
Bearing the theme, "Transforming the Nation: Explore, Innovate, and Inspire," the TAYO Awards Foundation Inc. and Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines Inc., will conduct a TAYO Search Caravan in Cebu for two days.
On August 5, 2015 Wednesday at 1PM-4PM the Caravan will be conducted in the Main AVR, 2nd Floor San Agustin Building, of University of San Jose - Recoletos Main Campus, along Magallanes Street this city. The following day August 6 Thursday at 9:00AM-12:00NN it will be held in the Cebu City Government Social Hall, Legislative Building of Cebu City Hall.
Officers and members of various youth organizations Cebu-wide are encouraged to join the TAYO Search. It is open to all youth organizations who is composed of at least 15-youth members aged 15-30 years old that has made a marked difference in their respective communities.
The annual search provides duly-deserved incentives and recognition to the country's top ten youth groups who contributed in nation-building. It aims to discover and laud exceptional youth groups that have contributed to the development of their local communities, schools and workplaces through their innovative and significant programs and projects.
Search presentor Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines Incorporated will grant Php50,000 to the 10 winning youth groups and Php25,000 to all National finalists. At least 5 youth groups will be selected in the National Capital Region, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao areas that will compete in the final round.
Entries will be evaluated using the following criteria, i.) Impact of the Project Entry to Stakeholders; ii.) Harnessing the Spirit of Volunteerism and Citizenship; iii.) Creativity and Innovation; iv.) Sustainability; and v.) Effective Use of Resources.
Looking back, in the previous TAYO Search, Cebu has already produced winners. This included CIT-U Industrial Engineering Council in TAYO 9 with their project “NOWTBUKS’’ or NOW is Time to Build-up Kids for Sustainability; Cebuano Youth Ambassadors in TAYO 10 in their project “BASURASKWELA”; at least two in TAYO 11, the Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc. or GVSP in their "Break The Silence Network Project and the USC Pathways in improving the quality of education in public high schools; and in the TAYO 12 the Rescue Assistance Peacekeeping Intelligence Detail (RAPID) in their "The Rugby Boy Project."
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