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1st Place National Literacy Awards (NLA) PDF Print E-mail

2012 LCC NLCAHistory of Davao Awards
Davao was awarded as the Most Outstanding Local Government Unit under the highly Urbanized City Category of the National Literacy Awards in 2008, 2010 and 2012.

Projects Cited in Nomination
The portfolio submitted by Davao City embodies sixty eight (68) programs implemented by the City Government of Davao in coordination with various sectors of the society. Please see Annex A for complete list.  During the national validation, the projects/offices visited were: City Civil Registrar’s Office, One Stop Shop of the Business Bureau, OSCA, Public Safety Command Center, Central 911, Matina Aplaya – Mangrove Reforestation, Rehabilitation and Protection Program, Alima DEVS Center,Co Su Gian Home for the Aged, Barangay Sasa-Barangay Literacy Program.

Competitors and Results

The following were the winning Local Government Units under the Highly Urbanized City
Category for the 2012 National Literacy Awards.      
  • First Place    -    Davao City
  • Second Place    -    Pasay City
  • Third Place    -    Butuan City
  • Fourth Place    -    Tacloban City
  • Fifth Place    -    General Santos City
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Australian Foundation donates books to Talomo District PDF Print E-mail

The Australian Foundation for Fostering Learning in the Philippines (AFFLIP) donated 3 pallets consisting 53 boxes of used but of high quality reading materials to the 15 schools of Talomo District, June 1, 2012.


Boxes of donated reading materials include Dictionaries, Atlases, Encyclopedia, Big Books, Teachings Aids, and Story Books for elementary pupils. There were also khaki shirts in some boxes as samples of the 3000 pieces to be included in the next shipment. The donated materials were warmly accepted by the school heads, teachers, pupils and PTA officials of the 15 schools.

A Deed of Donation signed by Peter Jeffrey Kirk , coordinator of South Pacific School Aid Inc., was sent to Talomo District  through Jose N. de Lara, Jr., district  supervisor and was accepted by Antonio Apat, Sr. President of the Principals Association. The Bureau of Customs through its Regional Collector helped in the processing of the requirements with the exemption of payments from brokers and other charges. Readmore. . .

What is AFFLIP and What does it do?
 
DepED and Plan International - CPP Roll-out PDF Print E-mail

Highlights of the ORIENTATION AND ROLL OUT OF
DepEd’S CHILD PROTECTION POLICY (DepEd Order No. 40, s. 2012) in Davao City
GOVERNMENT AGENCY AND NON- GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION PARTNERS, DepED Davao City  and Plan International spearheaded a  One – day orientation and roll out of DepEd ‘s newest Child Protection Policy (CPP) last Friday, June 29, 2012 held at Alexian Brothers Health and Wellness Center. Guest Facilitators who made the activity a success were Mr. Enrico G. Baloro, RSW-Project Manager, ACoP Project, Plan International,  Atty. Suzzette Medina, Consultant - Office of the Undersecretary for Legal and Legislative Affairs, Department of Education,  John  Deviva, Program Coordinator , Plan International, Jen Paul Relacion, Project Officer, Plan International, Representative from the Office of Davao City Councilor Librado,  Representative from the Media, Representative from Davao City Government, Mrs. Maria  Antonia P. Diaz and Dr. Maria Ines Asuncion , both  Assist. Schools Div  Superintendents, Mrs Elsa C. Maglapid, Educ Program Supervisor and Jonas P Piore, DepEd Div Coordinator, Center for Women and Children (CWC).

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1st Sineng Pambansa (National Film Festival - Davao) PDF Print E-mail

Davao City host Sineng  Pambansa National Film Festival in June , new Cinematheque to be inaugurated.
National Film Festival 2012
The film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) will stage the first Sineng Pambansa National Film Festival in Davao City from June 29 to July 3,2012 ,featuring the finalists of the FDCP’s first National Film Competition held last year. The Festival films will be screened at the following malls SM City Davao, Abreeza G-Mall and NCCC Mall
The Film Festival is a joint undertaking of the FDCP and the City Government of Davao headed by Mayor Sarah Duterte. The formal opening on June 29 will be a red carpet event, at the SM Cinema 3. Awarding ceremonies for the winners among the finalists will take place at the Abreeza Cinema 4 on July 1.
Highlighting the opening night on June 29 will be a special screening of excerpts from the latest film of Cannes Best Director Brillante  Mendoza, thy Womb, a joint project of the FDCP and Mendoza’s Center Stage Production, and shot on location in Tawi-tawi. Mendoza and the film’s lead actor, internationally acclaimed actress Nora Aunor, will be the guests at the guests at the opening of the festival.
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Bb. Sining 2012 (Culture & Arts Festival) PDF Print E-mail
When the Spaniards landed on our shores, they discovered that our Filipino ancestors already had a tradition of songs and dances in celebrating important events in their community which included preparing for battle and to mourn the dead.

The Spanish chronicler Antonio Pigafetta wrote in the 16th century that while he was a house guest of a Cebuano chieftain’s son-in-law and heir, young women entertained him with a dance accompanied by “harmonious sweet sounds from brass gongs.”  In due recognition of the importance of the early Filipinos’ dances, the friars harnessed them for the propagation of the new faith, Roman Catholicism, thus slowly displacing may of the old native dances.  Thus, from the 16th to the rest of the 19th century, many dances from Europe and Mexico were used for religious and secular purposes.

Filipinos were so fond of dances in celebrating their fiestas and family reunions that they readily accepted the rigodon, virginia, lanceros, jota, balse, pandanggo, habanera, escotis, mazurka, paseo, marcha and pasadoble which were introduced by the Spanish colonizers.  Our native ancestors gradually assimilated these foreign dances into their lifestyle while evolving their own simplified versions and derivations of the different dance forms.

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Department of Education of the PhilippinesCivil Service Commission
Commission on Higher EducationDepartment of Budget and Management
Technical Education and Skills Development AuthorityOfficial Gazette - Philippines
Professional Regulation CommissionGovernment Service Insurance System
Department of Science and TechnologyOfficial Website of Davao City
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