DepEd honors Brigada Eskwela partners

  • May 19, 2017
  • Thelma C. Bicarme

CABARROGUIS, Quirino, May 19 (PIA)- -The Department of Education (DepEd) here recently recognized at least 48 of its Brigada Eskwela stakeholders through its Project FUSION or Forming Unified Stakeholders’ Involvement towards Output-Driven Networking.

 

The Project FUSION was pearheaded by the Social Mobilization and Networking Unit aims to develop, strengthen and sustain relationships and collaboration between the DepEd and the stakeholders for the purpose of increasing access to and enhancing the delivery of quality basis education.

 

Arnold O. Saballa, senior education program specialist and one of the proponents of the project, said it is anchored in the provisions RA 85225 or the Adopt-a-School program where organizations, private businessmen and  individuals become partners of DepEd by providing and upgrading the public schools.

 

“DepEd Quirino believes that participation and support rendered by each stakeholder contributes to the successes of programs and activities of the department,” Saballa said.

 

Seven of them received Gold Award for Sustained Partnership. These include  Cong. Dakila Carlo E. Cua, Gov. Junie Cua, Vice Gov. May Calaunan, Board Member Joel Badongen, Oceanagold’s David Way, PRC’s Ofelia Mariano and Imelda Victoria Tan-co of Jomelson Multisales.

 

The 19 stakeholders who got Silver for sustained partnership include  Board Members  Roldan Ubando, Willard Abuan, Jovino Navalta, Julius Caesar Vaquilar, Tomas Baccac, Magdalena Saladino,  Elizabeth Saure and PCL President Diolison Vicmudo; town mayors, namely Mayors Jerry Agsalda, Avelino Agustin, Marlo Guillermo, Renato Ylanan, Nieverosee Meneses and Marcelina Pagbilao, PDRRMO’s Jesusa Leal, Diffun MDRRMO’s Hensel Guillermo, Maddela RRMO’s Edwin Besas, QPPO’s Merwin Cuarteros and Tesda’s Romeo Talosig.

 

Some eight stakeholders got  Bronze, namely, Maddela Vice Mayor Florante Ruiz, Aniana Joaquin, Marie Babeth Nicolas of LBP, Daniel Cabangan of DBP, Abet Garcia of City Savings Bank-Santiago, Abdula Bansuan of IRRF, Atty. Glen Mark Bodiongan and Rev. Fr. Mario Ronilo Flores.

 

The last group of awardees who received Merit Award were Noel Martinez of PGSO, Fe Mangaccat of PTO, Roger Baguioen of QPMC, Florence Mangoba of OPAg, Ireneo Benavidez of PEO, Rolando Pedro of DA-QES, Nerissa Acheche of Producers Bank, Savemore Santiago, Gaddi Oil Cabarroguis, New Liberty Store, Helen Grace Ubando, Beverlyn Marinan, Conchita Uy and Diosdado Eleria, Sr.  (ALM/TCB-PIA-2/Quirino)


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