Early childhood care and development program sa Batangas, lalong paiigtingin

  • July 11, 2017
  • PIO Province

LUNGSOD NG BATANGAS, Hulyo 11 (PIA) - May 1,169 Day Care workers ang nagtipon sa lalawigan ng Batangas upang ipagdiwang ang Child Development Workers’ Day Celebration noong Hulyo 4.

May tema ang pagdiriwang na “Sa Dekalidad na Child Development Worker, Bata ang Panalo.”

Pinangunahan ng Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office ang pagtitipon kung saan isinusulong ang pagpapaganap ng Early Childhood Care and Development Program sa mga day care centers sa buong lalawigan.

Layunin ng ECCD Program ang health, nutrition, early education and social services program na makapagbibigay sa mga bata ng optimum growth and development. Kabilang dito ang physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual growth ng mga kabataan.

Sa paglinang ng mga nasabing aspeto ng pagpapalaki, inihahanda ng mga childhood development  workers ang mga bata sa pamamagitan ng “learning while playing” ng mga complex task, tulad ng numbers and language abilities ganun na din ang physical skills.

Sa oras na ang mga ito ay makumpleto, inaasahan na ang mga bata ay handa na para harapin ang hamon sa pagtungtong nila ng elementary education.

Ayon kay Governor Hermilando Mandanas, malaki ang kanyang pasasalamat sa lahat ng mga workers sa kanilang matapat na pagseserbisyo at dedikasyon sa trabaho upang siguruhin na nasa tamang kalusugan at maayos na katatayuan ang mga kabataang Batangueno at masiguro na ang mga ito ay hindi magiging biktima ng pang-aabuso.

Dumalo sa nasabing pagtitipon sina Batangas Gov. Dodo Mandanas; 6th District Senior Board Member Rowena Sombrano-Africa;  5th District BM Claudette Ambida Andal; Miramel  Garcia-Laxa ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  Protective Service Bureau; Maria Aquilisa Mancile-Ongleo ng DSWD Standards Development Bureau;  at Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer  Joy Montalbo. (GG/BHABY P. DE CASTRO-PIA BATANGAS with reports from PIO Province)


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