Convene all youth (in andout of school) organizationswhose mission focuses oneducation, sports, andvalues formationResource mobilizationintegration to localities thatare identified as in need ofintervention (specially farflung barangays)Eventually link informallearning engagements withthe city college, city sportscomplex, and cityscholarship programCity hall led inventory of the differentcapacities and resources of youthorganizations as well as challenges:a. Survey products being sold in and near elementary schoolsb. internet cafe’s accommodation of studentsduring class hoursc. Police presence in dormitory concentrated areasIdentification of intervention areas andcreation of a demand-based action planfor the different youth organizations toengage inRegular intervention programs then leadsto increase access to alternativeeducation and formal education123
• Street Tutorials at DV Soriaby KKP Student Volunteers• STREAMS Pathways: regularweekend tutorials on BasicEnglish, Math, and Scienceto the marginalizedcommunities• NSTP-LTS of different schoolsand colleges• Dunong Gulong Program ofDepEd• EcoVille Formation Sessions
Massive youthmobilization to supportRA 10452Proceed with College NSTPand Service Learning’semphasis on disasterpreparedness andenvironmental protectionSolid Waste Management andpenalty and incentive schemesYouth organizations with the support oftheir schools mobilize to plant trees inthe 3,000 hectars of public landStudent council’s push for the schoolprograms to give special emphasis onknowledge generation on disasterpreparedness and environmentalprotectionYouth’s push for the increaseawareness on proper wastesegregation and the eventual limiteduse of plastic123
• Signature campaigns on localpolitical issues, specifically onissues of accountability of localgovernment officials.• CU’s research on Land Use• Disaster preparedness throughXU NSTP• Coastal Cleanup through XU• GIS Mapping of Sendongaffected areas through XUEngineering Resource Center• Implementation of Solid WasteManagement Programs by SKs
Resource allocationExpansion of the Local Youth Development CouncilEducation to employment/livelihood programsHealth Services to far-flung Barangays (Lumbia as core)
Local YouthDevelopmentCouncil(expanded youthrepresentation)Student Councils(high school andcollege) Church basedgroupsOut of SchoolYouthSangguniangKabataanCity Youth CenterCommunity BasedCity mayor, cityhealth, socialservices, planning
• Integrate all youthefforts into aneffective and efficientmovement• creates varied andvaluable inputs for cityprogram prioritizationand budget(health, employmentgeneration)• Bridge between cityhall and the city youthLocal YouthDevelopmentCouncil(expanded youthrepresentation)
• Conducted youth forums on good governancewhich actively engaged the youth coming fromdifferent schools in Cagayan de Oro Cityinitiated by the Kristohanong Katilingban saPagpakabana – Social Involvement Office (KKP– SIO)• Conducted regular awareness campaigns onthe local political status to empower theyouth’s knowledge on the LGU setting initiatedby the KKP-SIO.• Spearheads signature campaigns on localpolitical issues, specifically on issues ofaccountability of local government officials.• Organizes the youth leaders to undergoPolitical Leadership Formation throughKagayanon for Good Governance Movement.• Spearheads the city-wide youth organizationcalled ONE-CDO which is a coalition of differentstudent governments in Cagayan de Oro Citythat is aimed to have a unified voice inresponding and addressing local issues thatprimarily concern the students and the youthand improve the quality of governance in thelocal government through empowered youthrepresentation.