HCDC honors companies, organizations in ‘Pasalamat’

The Holy Cross of Davao College awards a token of appreciation to public and private partners in the industry, religious congregations, parishes, companies, civic groups and individuals during the recognition ceremony, “Pasalamat: Recognizing Mission Partners of Archdiocese of Davao Through Holy Cross of Davao College”, held on April 27, 2019 at Sedes Sapientiae Auditorium, 7th Floor, Holy Cross of Davao College Main Campus, Sta. Ana Avenue, corner C. De Guzman St., Davao City.

The identified 35 recipients in this year’s “Pasalamat” are sponsors/benefactors of scholarship programs availed by HCDC students.

The recognition is given to the following: Commission on Higher Education (CHED); Unified Student Financial Assistance Systems for Tertiary Education (UniFAST); Tulong Dunong Program; Bangsamoro Scholarship; Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA); Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA); Student Financial Assistance Programs (STUFAPs); Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD); City Government of Davao Scholarship Education Program (STEP); PBA Party List; Edukasyon Party-list;   Our Lady of Lourdes, Bangkal; Saint of Francis of Assisi Parish; Sta. Ana Shrine Parish; Apostles of Jesus Crucified; Teresian Daughters of Mary; Sisters of Charity; MIC Sisters; Marist Fathers/Sisters; Sacred Heart Brothers; Poveda Educational Assistance; Archdiocesan Social Action Center; NCCC Cares Foundation; Lifebank Foundation, Inc.; Deutsche Bank Group, Manila; Go Kim Pah Foundation, Inc.; Philippine Business for Education; Jollibee Foods Corporation; Villa-Abrille Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; Antonio O. Floirendo Foundation, Inc.; Archdiocesan Nourishment Center; and Magsaysay Shipping.

“Pasalamat” is HCDC’s way of expressing gratitude and thanks to the institution’s mission partners for their unwavering generosity to provide scholarship and support to the youth, especially the poor but academically able and highly motivated students to complete their college education. This is a reaffirmation of the HCDC’s  commitment “to promote quality Catholic education to all, especially the less fortunate and to create through dialogue a Christian environment for the integral formation of persons who will be effective agents of social transformation”. (HCDC)

Jose Maria College uses DSWD Listahanan data

DAVAO City (DSWD XI) –The Jose Maria College (JMC) is now utilizing the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Listahanan data as reference in identifying potential participants in its scholarship program.

As recipient of the privileged data, JMC shall ensure its safekeeping, proper transmittal, handling and restricted access as indicated in the Listahanan Data Sharing Guidelines and in accordance with the Data Privacy Act, Regional Director Mercedita P. Jabagat of DSWD, said.

Listahanan is the DSWD information management system that identifies who and where the poor are. It is a comprehensive socio-economic database of poor households as basis for determining beneficiaries of different social protection programs and services.

Prior to the turnover of the Listahanan Data to JMC, a signing of the Memorandum of Agreement was held and executed by Director Jabagat, JMC Human Resource Development and Management Director Leonora Q. De Guzman, and JMC Quality Management System Director Rosener Guyano. Also present during the signing and turnover were DSWD Promotive Services Division Chief Merlinda A. Paragamac and DSWD Assistant Regional Director for Operations Alfredo M. Sy. (DSWD)

Sec. Bautista attended NLGQ committee hearing

The CNN Philippines Headlines on Balitaan featured today, June 4, 2019 captioned “Bautista di nagpakita sa event ng DSWD is an inaccurate report. The Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) is an attached agency of the DSWD therefore its head, Executive Director V, Mary Mitzi Cajayon-Uy is the official representative of the DSWD.

Secretary Rolando Joselito Bautista would have graced this ceremonial signing of the IRR of RA 11188 or an Act providing for the Special Protection of Children in Situations of the Armed Conflict and Providing Penalties for Violations thereof had he not been at the House of Representatives attending the Committee Hearing on the North Luzon Growth Quadrangle (NLGQ) briefing by DSWD Region 1, 2 and CAR on its plans, programs, and budget for North Luzon which was heard at 10:00 am today, the same time as the said ceremonial signing

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