[Blueboard] Government Services Fair at Barangay Loyola Heights Hall

mdeleon at ateneo.edu mdeleon at ateneo.edu
Tue May 8 12:04:06 PHT 2012


Serbisyo ng Gobyerno Para Sa Bawat Pilipino

The Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership in  
cooperation with the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Government  
and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, will conduct a government  
services fair at the Barangay Loyola Heights Covered Courts, Quezon  
City on May 10, 2012.

The project aims to raise awareness on the services and the concurrent  
benefits from various government agencies such as PhilHealth,  
Department of Foreign Affairs, Social Security System, Pag-IBIG,  
Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office, Department of Social Welfare  
and Development, Philippine National Police, Commission on Elections,  
Department of Labor and Employment, Department of Justice, National  
Statistics Office, and  Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.

There will be information booths to house every agency?s  
point-person(s) and their promotional materials. It will also be an  
avenue for almost 500 Quezon City residents to avail services like  
free legal counseling from DOJ, pre-employment seminar from POEA,  
securing application forms from NSO, satellite voters? area for the  
constituents of the Third District of Quezon City from Comelec, and  
suchlike.

According to Kaya Natin! Movement Program Officer Miguel Abrillo, the  
event  is a gathering of government agencies in which they could  
promote their programs, projects and services. ?The government  
services fair would be a place where we connect the agency and the  
people. This initiative will help empower the public by letting them  
know what services are available for them and how they can avail these  
services,?  Abrillo added.

To know more about this initiative, you may contact Miguel Abrillo at  
990-3282 or send an e-mail to migsabrillo at yahoo.com.

Be a Kaya Natin! Advocate and spread the news on good governance. To  
volunteer, log on to www.kayanatin.org.




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