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  1. 1. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija” STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines” CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III” JOHN HARRISH P. DELACRUZ AR511S4/AR51FA1
  2. 2. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija” JOHN HARRISH P. DELACRUZ AR511S4/AR51FA1
  3. 3. ABSTRACT • This Aquatic Research and Experimental Breeding Center is a special facility that shall provide the researchers, local farmers and residents a pragmatic environment for studying the science of breeding inland fish varieties for the purpose of harnessing the aquatic natural resources of the locality. • The project is envisioned to contribute in the food security and economic growth of the province by means of improving the harvest of locally cultivated freshwater fish through the introduction of new variety of fingerlings resulted from experiments. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT A. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT • Food security is an on-going international challenge and takes place when all people have physical and economic access to ample, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. • One way of achieving this is by strengthening research programs that shall improve the agricultural sector, the country’s major industry responsible in food production. • The researcher found out one important aspect that shall be given priority in the agricultural sector is the fishing industry. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  5. 5. B. RATIONALE OF THE PROJECT • Experts concluded that years from now, there will not be enough supply of fish for human consumption. • In order to prevent this event from happening, the researcher is proposing an Aquatic Research and Experimental Breeding Center that will focus on freshwater fishes and the similar products. • This will pave the way in increasing agricultural production in order to contribute to food security that shall conserve and protect the resources for long-term sustainability. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  6. 6. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES A. Vision • The projects envisions itself in opposing the declining agricultural productivity, continuing increase in the prices of staple foods and global climate change caused concern for food security for the growing population in the country. • It is a fact that the Philippines have been shifting into a manufacturing-based economy but it remained an agricultural country in spite of the declining share of the sector to the country's national income. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  7. 7. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES B. Project Objective/s • This Aquatic Research and Experimental Breeding Center aims to contribute in the food security and economic growth of the region by means of improving the harvest of locally cultivated freshwater fish through the introduction of new variety of fingerlings resulted from experiments in the breeding center. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  8. 8. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES C. Design Objective/s • It is an objective of the project to produce new variety of fishes that is easy to propagate and resistant to the effects of Global Warming and Climate Change. • It will be done through the proposal of a facility that shall provide a sound environment for teaching people the science of breeding inland fish varieties for the purpose of harnessing the aquatic natural resources of the locality. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  9. 9. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES C. Design Objective/s • It aims to be recognized as one of the research center in the Philippines with the best master plan for a more conducive working environment for the researchers and other individuals involved. • It shall further uplift the guidelines in the design and construction of institutional buildings in the country. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  10. 10. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Regional Freshwater Fisheries Center in Bicol The Regional Freshwater Fisheries Center has a total land area of 34 hectares when it was acquired by the Department of Agriculture-RFU No. 5 thru a MOA with the Department of Agrarian Reform V. A total of 15. 4 hectares has been developed into different pond system, concrete tanks, buildings, farm lots for (orchard, vegetables and others) and other infrastructures. The remaining 18.6 hectares is composed mostly by the lagoon which is filled with run off waters from the rice fields and waste water from the RFFC fishponds. This is dried up during Summer. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  11. 11. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Regional Freshwater Fisheries Center in Bicol The center is now the hub of freshwater aquaculture technologies, and soon, also for the post-harvest technologies in the Bicol Region. This is because the project is now engaged mainly on the production of tilapia fingerlings. Turning over the post-harvest facilities and other components by 2010 to the BFAR5, will make Regional Freshwater Fisheries Center a one stop shop for fish production and post-harvest technologies. The Regional Freshwater Fisheries Center will get involve in organic fish farming, vermicomposting and aquaponics. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  12. 12. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Freshwater Aquaculture Research Center in Taiwan Mission Conservation and breeding of freshwater species Development of the propagation and culture techniques for freshwater species Studies on the prevention and cure of diseases on freshwater species Studies on the nutritional requirement and artificial feed of freshwater species Collection, storage and utilization of genetic information from freshwater species Extension for the propagation and culture techniques of freshwater species Selling fry of freshwater species to farmers AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  13. 13. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Freshwater Aquaculture Research Center in Taiwan Research and Development Improvement of tilapia breeding techniques Studies on the Artificial propagation of Japanese eel ( Anguilla japonica ) Prevention of fish diseases by immunoactivators Studies on the breeding techniques for endemic river fishes Studies on the breeding techniques for new economic freshwater fishes Establishment of the genetic markers techniques for freshwater fishes Development of Automated system for finfish seed production Feed nutrition research for freshwater fishes Establishment of national germplasm bank of aquatic organisms-FARC branch-Genetic conservation building, breeding and genetic building and conservation greenhouses are constructed. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  14. 14. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences The Freshwater Fisheries Research Center (FFRC), Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences (CAFS) was established in 1978. Located in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China, it is a comprehensive institution for fisheries research and development encompassing science and research, teaching and training, technology transfer and information exchanges in the renovation systems of national agricultural sciences AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  15. 15. DEMAND ANALYSIS B. Related Literature The project is being undertaken in response to Representative Estrellita ―Ging‖ B. Suansing’s bill that seeks to establish an Aquatic Research and Experimental Breeding Station for lake, river and other inland fishes in the First District of the Province of Nueva Ecija. It is stated that the passage of this bill holds a lot of promise not only for the first district of Nueva Ecija, but also for the whole province and the entire country as well. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  16. 16. IDENTIFICATION OF: A. Project Proponents • • National Government of the Philippines Local Government Unit (LGU) AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  17. 17. IDENTIFICATION OF: B. Stake Holders • • • Government agencies and officials involved in the project Professionals and other individuals who will be employed in the research center Local entrepreneurs, farmers and consumers who will directly and indirectly benefit from the project AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  18. 18. IDENTIFICATION OF: C. Agencies/ Offices Involved • • • • • • • House of Representatives – 1st District of Nueva Ecija Office of the Governor, Province of Nueva Ecija Department of Agriculture (DA) Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  19. 19. IDENTIFICATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER STATUTES, INVOLVED/ RELATED TO THE PROJECT. • Presidential Decree No. 856 ―Code on Sanitation‖ • Presidential Degree (P.D.) No. 1151 and 1152 Philippine Environmental Policy • Fisheries Code Republic Act 8550 - THE PHILIPPINE FISHERIES CODE OF 1998 "An act providing for the development, management and conservation of the fisheries and aquatic resources, integrating all laws pertinent thereto, and for other purposes." AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  20. 20. IDENTIFICATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER STATUTES, INVOLVED/ RELATED TO THE PROJECT. • Republic Act No. 8550 "An act providing for the development, management and conservation of the fisheries and aquatic resources, integrating all laws pertinent thereto, and for other purposes." • Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act of 1997 (RA 8435) "An act prescribing urgent related measures to modernize the agriculture and fisheries sectors of the country in order to enhance their profitability, and prepare said sectors for the challenges of the globalization through an adequate, focused and rational delivery of necessary support services, appropriating funds therefore and for other purposes." • Presidential Decree No. 704 "Revising and consolidating all laws and decrees affecting fishing and fisheries." AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  21. 21. FUND SOURCE AND PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION The project will be directly funded by the Department of AgricultureBureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and will be implemented in cooperation with local government of Nueva Ecija. AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  22. 22. REFERENCES • http://www.nscb.gov.ph/statfocus/2013/SF_072013_PP2_PSS.asp • http://region5.bfar.da.gov.ph/RFFC.htm • http://www.bfar.da.gov.ph/pages/legislation/legislations.html • http://www.tfrin.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=157355&CtNode=1574&mp=3 • http://www.afspan.eu/modules/partners/partner.php?partner_id=15& title=freshwater-fisheries-research-center-chinese-academy-offishery-sciences AQUATIC RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL BREEDING CENTER “A Sound Environment for the Study of Inland Fish Varieties in Nueva Ecija”
  23. 23. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines” JOHN HARRISH P. DELACRUZ AR511S4/AR51FA1
  24. 24. ABSTRACT • Despite the recent developments in the research on the potentials of stem cells, there is still a lot to study and prove before the majority accepts it as a medical breakthrough. • The project is being pushed in order generate facts that shall address the issues and concerns pertaining to the application of stem cell technology through the establishment of a centralized facility that shall provide a pragmatic environment in the study and storage of stem cell in the Philippines in order to promulgate knowledge about stem cell to the researchers, medical doctors, and the public. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  25. 25. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT A. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT • Stem cell research has been called the “new frontier of medicine” because of its potential to advance the understanding on the biological processes that keep our bodies healthy. • Knowledge gained through stem cell research is expected to improve treatment for some of the incurable diseases such as heart disease, cancer, kidney diseases, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, lupus, sickle cell disease, HIV/AIDS, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and other degenerative diseases. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  26. 26. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT B. RATIONALE OF THE PROJECT • There is still a great deal to learn about stem cell science before fully harnessing their potential and apply these treatments in the clinic. • With the increasing number of Filipinos suffering from terminal and extreme diseases, finding medical breakthrough for their cure should be prioritized. • The establishment of a Stem Cell Research and Storage Center is the first step towards addressing this concern. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  27. 27. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES A. Vision • The Stem Cell Research and Storage Center envisions itself as the leading institution that promulgates knowledge about the benefits of stem cell to the researchers, medical doctors, and the public. • It is intended to establish a mechanism for the dissemination and utilization of research in stem cell and make sure that techniques used in the research involving human cells are clearly consistent with the standards of DOH, FDA and other concerned department. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  28. 28. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES B. Project Objective/s • The project is being pushed in order to generate facts that shall address the issues and concerns pertaining to the application of stem cell technology. • It also aims to regulate the utilization of human stem cell and cellbased therapies done by different medical institutions in order to guarantee that application of Stem Cell Technology in the Philippines are safe and effective for their intended use. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  29. 29. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES C. Design Objective/s • The project aims to spearhead the research and development of the technology through the proposal of a facility that shall provide a pragmatic environment in the study and storage of stem cell in the Philippines. • It aims to be recognized as one of the research center in the Philippines with the best master plan for a more conducive working environment for the researchers and other individuals involved. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  30. 30. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Centre for Stem Cell Biology in UK The Centre for Stem Cell Biology (CSCB) is recognized internationally as a Centre of Excellence for research on pluripotent stem cells. The research and discoveries of the CSCB are central to the long-term goal of developing clinical applications for pluripotent stem cells in regenerative medicine. The expertise and excellent facilities of the CSCB represents a significant opportunity for collaborative activity with all organizations involved in pluripotent stem cell research. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  31. 31. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Stem Cell Research Center in South Korea The SCRC is a government-funded organization for supporting stem cell research which was launched in 2002 and aims to develop stem cell-mediated novel therapeutics for incurable diseases. The SCRC acts as a funding agency with 52 projects currently running and selected throughout South Korea. Further to this, a national network entitled Korean Society for Stem Cell Research has been constructed to aid facilitates stem cell research throughout South Korea. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  32. 32. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) today celebrates the official opening of the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building, a testament to the power of perseverance in the stem cell field. The architecturally significant structure, located on the university’s Parnassus campus, is the headquarters for the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCSF. The program, which extends across all UCSF campuses, is one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in the United States. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  33. 33. DEMAND ANALYSIS B. Related Literature The project is being undertaken in response to Representative Anthony G. del Rosario’s bill that seeks to establish the National Stem Cell Research and Storage Center in the Philippines. Based on their research, they found out that number of Filipinos suffering from terminal and extreme diseases continuously grow and finding a medical breakthrough for their cure should be prioritized. In order to address this concern, the establishment of stem cell research and storage center is being promoted by his office. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  34. 34. IDENTIFICATION OF: A. Project Proponents • • National Government of the Philippines Local Government Unit (LGU) STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  35. 35. IDENTIFICATION OF: B. Stake Holders • • • Government agencies and officials involved in the project Professionals and other individuals who will be employed in the research center Patients who are in need of cure to their diseases STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  36. 36. IDENTIFICATION OF: C. Agencies/ Offices Involved • • • • • Office of the President (Malacanang Palace) World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Health (DOH) Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  37. 37. IDENTIFICATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER STATUTES, INVOLVED/ RELATED TO THE PROJECT. • DOH Administrative Order no. 2013-0012 ―The Rules and Regulations Governing the Accreditation of Health Facilities Engaging in Human Stem Cell and Cell-Based or Cellular Therapies in the Philippines‖ • Presidential Decree No. 856 ―Code on Sanitation‖ • Republic Act No. 9470 ―An act to strengthen the system of management and administration of archival records, establishing for the purpose the national archives of the Philippines, and for other Purposes‖ • Presidential Degree No. 1151 and 1152 ―Philippine Environmental Policy‖ STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  38. 38. FUND SOURCE AND PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION The project will be directly funded by the Department of Health with support from the National Government of the Philippines. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  39. 39. REFERENCES • 04 Nov. 2013: n. pag. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. <http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/11/04/new-technology-aims-to-save-livesthrough-stem-cells/>. • Crisostomo, Shiela. "Stem Cell Therapy Still Tainted with Controversy." The Philippine Star[Manila] 14 Oct. 2012: n. pag. Print. • Del Rosario, Anthony G. House Bill No. 63. Rep. Quezon City: n.p., 2013. Print. • Faust. "Importance of Stem Cell Research." Harvard Gazette. N.p., 7 Sept. 2010. Web. 15 Nov. 2013. <http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2010/09/importanceof-stem-cell-research/>. STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  40. 40. REFERENCES • Lazatin, Carmelo. Rep. Pampanga: n.p., 2011. Print. MST Lifestyle. "New Technology Aims to save Lives through Stem Cells." Manila Standard Today [Manila] • Lazatin, Carmelo. Rep. Pampanga: n.p., 2011. Print. • • MST Lifestyle. "New Technology Aims to save Lives through Stem Cells." Manila Standard Today [Manila] • http://cscb.shef.ac.uk/ • http://www.stem-cell-forum.net/stem-cell-research-center-south-korea/ STEM CELL RESEARCH AND STORAGE CENTER "An Innovative Facility for the Study and Preservation of Stem Cell in the Philippines”
  41. 41. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III” JOHN HARRISH P. DELACRUZ AR511S4/AR51FA1
  42. 42. ABSTRACT • Drug abuse and alcohol addiction have been creating a negative impact on an individual’s life since his very first intake, rehabilitation is not easy. • Treatment programs should be done effectively in a place that must help the individual stop using drugs, maintain an alcohol-free lifestyle, and achieve productive functioning in the family, at work, and in society • The project aims to provide a good environment in the rehabilitation of drug and alcohol dependents in the region. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  43. 43. INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT A. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT • Alcohol and drug abuse is our country’s most serious national public health problem. It has been the cost of hundreds of accidents, crimes and deaths each year. • Alcohol and drug abuse is obviously a heavier burden among the poor owing to the sheer lack of access to rehabilitation and treatment centers. • Treatment programs should be done effectively in a place that must help the individual stop using drugs, maintain an alcohol-free lifestyle, and achieve productive functioning in the family, at work, and in society. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  44. 44. B. RATIONALE OF THE PROJECT • While there are slowly emerging various privately owned and operated alcohol and drug abuse and rehabilitation centers, they are still scarce and are extremely costly. • Private rehabilitation centers, while well-meaning and admittedly seeks to serve humanitarian purposes, tend to be unreachable to Filipinos owing to their almost prohibitively expensive fees. • In Central Luzon, there are four DOH Accredited Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers but these can no longer accommodate the growing number of drug and alcohol dependents in the locality, thus a Regional Rehabilitation Center is being proposed. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  45. 45. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES A. Vision • The Central Luzon Drug Abuse and Alcoholism Rehabilitation Center envisions itself as one of the leading addiction treatment facility in the country. • The center shall administer to the patients’ needs physically and psychologically in order to facilitate guaranteed remedy. • It also is committed to raise awareness on the importance of having a drug and alcohol free nation. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  46. 46. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES B. Project Objective/s • To sustain the country’s present economic growth, the society must protect the public health, safety and general welfare of its people and it is found out that drug addiction and alcoholism are factors that prevent an individual from being a productive and dynamic workforce of the nation. • The project hopes to become a center of transformation where patients can expect to permanently stop their substance dependency and learn to be productive citizens of the society. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  47. 47. C. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES C. Design Objective/s • The primary objective of the project is to provide a good environment in the rehabilitation of drug and alcohol dependents in the region. • It aims to be recognized as one of the rehabilitation center in the Philippines with the best master plan for a more conducive working environment for its staff and patients to facilitate easy treatment. It shall further uplift the guidelines in the design and construction of rehabilitation centers in the country. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  48. 48. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project Drug & Alcohol Rehab Asia Drug & Alcohol Rehab Asia’s alcohol rehabilitation center offers a luxury residential rehab to get away to—in order to work a recovery program—while at the same time getting away from triggers to drink or use drugs in current environment. Their counselors have many years of experience in both alcohol and drug treatment. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  49. 49. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project McLean Center in Princeton, Massachusetts The McLean Center at Fernside is a comprehensive residential alcohol and drug treatment program located in the quaint town of Princeton, Massachusetts, 50 miles west of Boston. The program offers concurrent treatment for addiction and other psychiatric disorders, such as depression and anxiety. It aims to help adults recover from addiction, maintain abstinence, and gain the insight and skills needed for a full recovery and a life free from drugs and alcohol. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  50. 50. DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Evaluation of Similar Project TAHANAN Quezon City Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Center Tahanan is fully funded by the Quezon City government through the Vice Mayor’s Office. It was conceptualized by then Vice Mayor Vicente ―Tito‖ Sotto III – also a former chairman of the Dangerous Drugs Board, which oversees the national government’s anti-drug abuse program. At Tahanan, residents go through a rigorous treatment program anchored on the Therapeutic Community (TC) approach CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  51. 51. DEMAND ANALYSIS B. Related Literature The project is being undertaken in response to Representative Nancy A. Catamco’s bill that seeks to protect the public health, safety and general welfare by mandating the establishment of public alcohol and drug abuse rehabilitation and treatment centers in all regions throughout the country that will cater to the needs of Filipinos who are victims of alcohol and drug abuse especially indigent ones. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  52. 52. IDENTIFICATION OF: A. Project Proponents • • National Government of the Philippines Local Government Unit (LGU) CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  53. 53. IDENTIFICATION OF: B. Stake Holders • Government agencies and officials involved in the project • Professionals, social workers and other individuals who will be employed in the rehabilitation center • Drug and alcohol dependents and their respective families CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  54. 54. IDENTIFICATION OF: C. Agencies/ Offices Involved • • • • • • Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Department of Health (DOH) Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Philippine National Police (PNP) Commission on Human Rights (CHR) CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  55. 55. IDENTIFICATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER STATUTES, INVOLVED/ RELATED TO THE PROJECT. • DOH Manual of Operations for Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers This Manual presents the minimum standards for facilities, services and resources recommended by the Department of Health (DOH) for this type of health care facility. • Republic Act No. 9165 ―An act instituting the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, repealing Republic Act No. 6425, otherwise known as the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1972, as amended, providing funds therefor, and for other purposes‖ CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  56. 56. IDENTIFICATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER STATUTES, INVOLVED/ RELATED TO THE PROJECT. • Executive Order No. 61 ―Creating the national drug law enforcement and prevention coordinating center to orchestrate effort of national government units, and non-government organization for a more effective anti-drug campaign‖ • IRR R.A. 9165 Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act 9165. Otherwise known as the "Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002". • Executive Order No. 218 ―Strengthening the support mechanism for the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency‖ CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  57. 57. FUND SOURCE AND PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION The project will be jointly funded by the Department of Health and Department of Social Welfare and Development in coordination with the local governments in Central Luzon. CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”
  58. 58. REFERENCES • Catamco, Nancy A. House Bill No. 1069. Rep. Quezon City: n.p., 2013. Print. • "Philippines ASEAN's Fastest Growing Economy." Tempo. N.p., 9 Nov. 2013. Web. 15 Nov. 2013. <http://www.tempo.com.ph/2013/11/philippines-aseansfastest-growing-economy/>. • Santiago, Miriam D. Saving Young Abusers Act of 2005. Rep. no. 2014. Quezon City: n.p., n.d. Print. • "Treatment Research." National Institute on Drug Abuse. N.p., Sept. 2009. Web. 15 Nov. 2013. <http://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/treatment-research>. • http://www.philstar.com/starweek-magazine/525173/hope-home-called-tahanan CENTRAL LUZON DRUG ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION CENTER “A Conducive Environment for the Treatment of Persons with Severe Addiction in Region III”

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