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INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM on Local Governance and Accountability in Environmental Protection, Disaster Risk Reduction Management, and Sustainable Development held on Oct. 16-18, 2013 at Catanduanes ...

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM on Local Governance and Accountability in Environmental Protection, Disaster Risk Reduction Management, and Sustainable Development held on Oct. 16-18, 2013 at Catanduanes State University and ARDCI Corporate Inn. The activity was jointly undertaken by CSU, Department of Interior and Local Government - Local Government Academy, and Local Governance Training and Research Institutes Philippine Network (LoGoTRI-PhilNet).

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  • Institutional Profile CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY The Catanduanes State University’s beginning dates back to June 18, 1961 when Republic Act 3398, which called for the establishment of Virac National and Agricultural Trade School (VNATS), was enacted.  Ten years thereafter, Republic Act (RA) 6341, which was authored by Congressman Jose U. Alberto, converted VNATS into Catanduanes State Colleges (CSC) on June 19, 1971. CSC consequently started its operation in December 1972 upon the full implementation of RA 6341, which was amended by RA 6590, and later repealed by Presidential Decree No. 1437 on June 10, 1978. On July 22, 1996, the Tenth Congress of the Republic of the Philippines enacted and approved Republic Act No. 8292 which provides for the uniform composition and powers of the governing boards, the manner of appointment and term of office of the president of chartered state universities and colleges, and for other purposes. This Act repealed and amended all laws., presidential decrees, executive orders, letters of instruction and SUC charters contrary to or inconsistent with this law. Pursuant to Special Provision No. 2 of the CHED FY 1999 Budget under the General Appropriations Act of 1999 (R.A. 8745 or the integration of CHED Supervised Institutions to State Universities and Colleges), the Catanduanes Agricultural and Industrial College (CAIC) was integrated to the Catanduanes State Colleges on October 31, 1999. Subsequently, by virtue of Board Resolution No. 15, s. 2003 which called for the implementation of an approved and the Revised Organizational Structure, CSC-CAIC Annex was renamed as CSC Panganiban Campus. The past Presidents of the CSC were Mr. Pedro G. Tabuzo - 1971-1972, Dr. Jacinto A. Medallada - 1972-1986, Dr. Rodolfo V. Asanza - 1986-1990, Dr. Adolfo S. Bagadiong - 1993-2003, and Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre - 2003-2011. Dr. Ernestina P. Averilla was designated by DECS Higher Education Division as CSC-OIC from 1990 1992. On July 14, 2011, Dr. Minerva I. Morales was elected as the 6th President of the Catanduanes State Colleges. When CSC was converted into a University, she was designated by CHED as Officer In-Charge from December 12, 2012 - March 24, 2013 in consonance with the provision of RA 10229. After topping the evaluation in the Search for CSU presidency, she was subsequently elected via unanimous vote by the Board of Regents as the First President of the Catanduanes State University on March 25, 2013. The conversion of CSC into a university formally started on March 29, 2011 when House Bill No. 4170 was filed during the First Regular Session of the 15th Congress of the Philippines. This bill was principally authored by Congressman Cesar V. Sarmiento, and co-authored by Congressman Juan Edgardo M. Angara. Over a year thereafter, President Benigno S. Aquino III signed on October 19, 2012 Republic Act No. 10229 converting Catanduanes State Colleges (Virac/Main and Panganiban Campuses) into Catanduanes State University. At present, the Catanduanes State University is enjoying the prestige of being the only comprehensive higher education institution in Catanduanes. It is also among the dynamic SUCs in Bicol that offers a wide range of academic programs and produces placers in national licensure examinations. And with its new stature, it sets in direction in becoming a green university that is globally engaged in island research and innovations for societal advancement. #
  • Day 0 – October 15, 2013 1:00 – 5:00 PM Registration CSU Administration Bldg. Lobby Day 1 - October 16, 2013 7:00 - 9:45 9:45 - 10:00 10:00-12:00 Registration (continuation) Health Break OPENING CEREMONY Doxology National Anthem CSU Administration Bldg. Lobby Welcome Message DR. MINERVA I. MORALES SUC President III, CSU Greetings MS. MARIVEL C. SACENDONCILLO Executive Director, LGA & President , LoGoTRI-PhilNet DR. FREDDIE T. BERNAL Director, CHED Regional Office V HON. ARACELI B. WONG Governor, Province of Catanduanes HON. CESAR V. SARMIENTO Congressman, Province of Catanduanes CSU Gymnasium The Echoes PROF. LETICIA A. TOLLEDO Faculty Member, CSU, Conducting Introduction of the DR. AIDA A. DIANELA Keynote Speaker VP for Academic Affairs, CSU KEYNOTE ADDRESS USEC. AUSTERE A. PANADERO Undersecretary, DILG Intermission Number CSU ALL-MALE CHORALE Prof. Cresencia G. Arcilla Faculty Member, CSU, Conducting Presentation of: a. CSU Officials, Guests & Participants PROF. MA. THERESA E. SARMIENTO VP for Administrative & Financial Affairs, CSU b. LoGoTRI PhilNet, Guests & Representatives PROF. MARLON DL. ERA Fellow & Project Director, De La Salle University Institute of Governance
  • Forum Overview & Mechanics of the Forum DR. ESTRELLA S. PLACIDES Faculty Member, CSU College of Arts & Sciences MS. JUANITA V. CERVANTES Lady of Ceremony 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break PLENARY SESSION 1 1:00-1:05 Introduction of the Plenary Speaker 1:05-2:05 Topic: “Local Governance and Accountability: The Mitigating Factor” Plenary Speaker: 2:05-2:35 Open Forum Moderators: DR. LILY P. CUSTODIO Dean, CSU Graduate School USEC. AUSTERE A. PANADERO Undersecretary, Department of Interior & Local Government Ms. Rosana S. Abundo Faculty Member, College of Education- CSU Mr. Emmanuel C.Areño LOGOTRI-PhilNet 2:35-2:50 Health Break 2:50-5:00 PAPER PRESENTATION 7:00 - CULTURAL PRESENTATION The PAPER PRESENTERS by Theme HABLON DAWANI c/o PROF. RICO M. ROMERO Day 2 – October 17,2013 8:00-8:05 8:05-8:10 8:10-8:15 8:15-8:20 Invocation Recap of Day 1 activity Ice breaker PLENARY SESSION 2 Introduction of the Plenary Speaker DR. MARIA S. TUGANO Director, CSU Extension Services Unit` 8:20-9:20 Topic: Gendered Dimensions of Environmental Protection, Disaster Risk Reduction Management and Sustainable Development Plenary Speaker: MR. DENNIS G. DELA TORRE Planning Officer V, Office of the Secretary, Climate Change Commission Open Forum Moderators: Dr. Yolanda M.Tariman Director, CSU CIMC Prof.Marlon DL. Era LoGoTRI-PhilNet 9:20-9:50
  • Day 2 – October 17,2013 9:50-10:05 10:05-10:10 Health Break PLENARY SESSION 3 Introduction of the Plenary Speaker 10:10-11:10 11:10-12:00 Topic: Development Strategies for Local Governments: The Process of Change Plenary Speaker: HON. JOEY SALCEDA DR. AURORA E. ARAOJO Dean, CSU College of Arts & Sciences Governor, Province of Albay Open Forum Moderators: Ms. Marilyn B. Panti Faculty Member, CSU College of Health Sciences Ms.Julieta B. Aparicio 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break LoGoTRI-PhilNet 1:00:1:05 PLENARY SESSION 4 Introduction of the Plenary Speaker 1:05-2:00 Topic: National Disaster Risk Reduction Management MR. RENATO M.PANTI Board Secretary V, CSU Plenary Speaker: 2:00-2:30 2:30-2:50 2:50-5:00 ATTY. ROMEO C. ESCANDOR Open Forum Moderators: Ms. Erlinda F. Tabor Health Break PAPER PRESENTATION Day 3– October 18, 2013 8:00-8:05 Invocation 8:05-8:10 Recap of Day 2 Activity 8:10-8:15 Ice Breaker 8:15-12:00 PAPER PRESENTATION Moderators 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break 1:00-3:00 CLOSING PROGRAM Impressions Message Director, NEDA ROV Member, CSU Board of Regents Faculty Member, CSU CHS Ms. Alma A. Elteazar Director, Father Saurnino Urios University The PAPER PRESENTERS by Theme The PAPER PRESENTERS by Theme Ms. Reashiela L. Khan/Mr. Francis John B. Templonueva, CSU CAS Faculty Members, CAS Languages Department Selected Participants PROF. MA. THERESA E. SARMIENTO VP for Admin & Financial Affairs, CSU 3:00-5:00 Distribution of Certificates Acknowledgment CSU Hymn ECO- TOUR ATTY. TABITHA E. TINAGAN LoGoTRI-PhilNet DR. AIDA A. DIANELA VP for Academic Affairs, CSU Municipality of Bato, Catanduanes
  • LoGoTRI-PhilNet T he Local Governance Training and Research Institutes Philippine Network (LoGoTRI-PhilNet) is the country’s response to rationalize and direct the capacity development efforts in local governance and to institute mechanisms towards a sustained, responsive, appropriate, transparent, accountable, and quality capacity building interventions to the local governments. Patterned after the Local Government Training and Research Institutes (LOGOTRI) in the Asia-Pacific, the Local Government Academy of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (LGA-DILG) has facilitated its establishment on September 12, 2003 during the National Convention of Local Resource Institutions (LRIs) in Los Baños, Laguna. A total of 40 LRIs from all over the Philippines took part in organizing the Network. An 11-member Board of Directors govern the Network. It consists of 2 representatives each from the National Capital Region, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao and 3 members elected at-large during the regular General Assembly. The National Secretariat is presently located at the Local Government Academy. Vision The LoGoTRI-PhilNet is the premier network of empowered and responsive local resource institutions promoting excellence in governance. Mission The LoGoTRI-PhilNet acts as a catalyst of change for local government unit (LGU) institutional development by providing relevant programs and services to empower the participation of the civil society and the private sector for good governance. As LRIs endeavor to act as catalysts of change in an environment of sustainable partnership, it promotes and practices good governance through integrated and concerted action. Local Government Academy Department of the Interior and Local Government 8/F Agustin I Bldg., F. Ortigas,Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City Tel Nos. (632) 634 – 8430 / 634 – 8436 www.lga.gov.ph
  • Principles The LoGoTRI-PhilNet in pursuit of its vision, adheres to the following principles: • • • • • • • Synergy through partnership and teamwork Collegiality in diversity Participation of stakeholders Respect for individual members’ autonomy Excellence in governance Professionalism Integrity Goals The goals of the Network are: • To adopt a holistic institutional development or reform framework for integrated and concerted action by installing functional systems and mechanisms including but not limited to the sharing of best practices, innovations, and resources • To ensure institutional development of member LRIs and the network through the establishment of quality standards, accreditation schemes, and academic consortia • To espouse good governance principles and values by strengthening grassroots democracy and promoting transparency and accountability To develop and implement relevant programs and services that would enhance the LGUs’ technical, ethical, and leadership capacities as well as those of the CSOs and the private sector for good governance • • To establish and strengthen partnership between and among the network, LGUs, and other stakeholders/organizations
  • Catanduanes State University Mandate Pursuant to RA 10229, the University is mandated to primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in trade, commerce, fishery, agriculture, arts and sciences, industrial technology, nursing, midwifery, education, engineering, public administration, information technology, and other relevant fields of study. It is also directed to undertake research and extension services, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization. Vision A green university globally engaged in island research and innovations for societal advancement. Mission Foster excellence, holistic outcomes-based education compliant with the requirements of diverse world market and contribute to the development of productive and value-laden lives. Core Values Respect Integrity Social Responsibility Excellence Commitment