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SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS – BARANGAY CALAOCAN KABUHAYAN, KALUSUGAN AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA KAUNLARAN (SI-BCKKTPK) OUTREACH PROGRAM

RATIONALE:

The School of Informatics recognizes its vital role of reaching out to the community to accomplish its goals and objectives through its Outreach Program dubbed “School of Informatics – Barangay Calaocan Kabuhayan, Kalusugan at Teknolohiya Para SaKaunlaran Outreach Program” (SI-BCKKTPK). Its faculty and students believe that the social services that are extended to the community will contribute to the attainment of Aldersgate College’s goals of Academic Excellence, Social Relevance and Spiritual Nurture.

To achieve its goals and objectives, the School of Informatics (SI) decided to adopt Barangay Calaocan in Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya in partnership with the Aldersgate Christian Child Center (ACCC). The SI has identified various problems which served as a basis to determine the components of the Outreach Program. The faculty and students of the college arrived at the conclusion that these problems can be solved through capability building, computer literacy, livelihood projects, entrepreneurship, health services and environmental concern.

Fifty five (55) families were identified and listed as beneficiaries of the program.
The SI faculty and students made plans and identified appropriate actions to take to be able to generate funds to support its implementation. Equipped with hopes and the belief that many people with generous hearts would be very willing to share their resources and support the less fortunate in the spirit of service, the department embarked on this program.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
The School of Informatics, through its Outreach Program aims:

  • To develop the people in the community into a more productive, self-sufficient and responsible citizens.
  • To provide the beneficiaries community access to computer literacy through the conduct of information technology trainings.
  • To conduct livelihood trainings among the program beneficiaries as a means of earning a living.
  • To encourage the program beneficiaries and other residents of the barangay to initiate entrepreneurial activities after undergoing a series of trainings to augment their income.
  • To integrate nutrition and other allied health services for healthy living among the families of the beneficiaries.
  • To motivate the people in the barangay to be conscious of the preservation of the environment.
  • To strengthen linkages between the school, the community, the government and other supporting agencies.

PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES:

  • 55 families of Barangay Calaocan, Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya

PROGRAM COMPONENTS AND LINKAGES:

Program Components

Linkages

  • Capability Building and Development
AC-CREATE, CACENCOR Programme, Provincial and Municipal Government
  • 2. Computer Literacy
  • Computer Training, IT Services
ACI, ACGOC, Hewlett Packard, Cyber City, UPITTC, PCS, JPCS, JEDI
  • Livelihood Training
  • Food Processing, Handicrafts,
  • Entrepreneurship
AC-CREATE, DTI, TESDA, School of Hospitality Management, FULLER LIFE, AVON
  • Nutrition and Allied Health Services
  • Feeding Program, Medical and Dental Health Services (thru medical mission, etc.)
School of Hospitality Management, School of Medical Sciences, Veterans Regional Hospital, Quezon Rural Health Unit, Greenwich, and Chowking
  • Environmental Preservation and Protection
  • Tree Planting
  • Waste Management
Provincial and Municipal Government, DENR, AC-CREATE, and  School of Hospitality Management

POLICIES AND STRATEGIES:

In the realization of the goals and objectives of the institution through the School of Informatics Outreach Program, the following policies and strategies will be used to guide the operations:

  • Development of a self-sustaining community through an enhanced capability building program and development.
  • Provide community access to computer literacy for the beneficiaries who are unable to have opportunities for free IT services.
  • Conduct and facilitate livelihood trainings via consultation of an appropriate expertise for any required technology.
  • Integration of nutrition and other allied health services that are critical to survival and development by using inter-agency but community-based approach.
  • Advocacy and motivation concerningenvironmental preservation and protection.
  • Strengthening of linkages between the school, community, government and other supporting agencies.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:

  • Program Director – Ms.Carmencita G. Mendoza, ACCC Superintendent
  • Program Overall Coordinators
    – Mr.Alfred Benson C. Co – SI
    – Ms.Olivia D. Mongguiho – SHM
              Program Components Persons In-Charge
  • Capability Building Program
Mr. Alfred Benson C. Co
Ms.Olivia D. Mongguiho
Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, Dean
  • Computer Training Program
Mr.Marlou Felix S. Cunanan III
Mr. Alfred Benson C. Co
Mr. Pink Euria L. Montano
  • Livelihood Training
Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, Dean
Ms. Olivia D. Mongguiho
Ms.CyrineFae B. Cawagdan
Ms.Carmencita G. Mendoza
  • Nutrition and Health Allied Services
Ms.Olivia D. Mongguiho
Ms.CyrineFae B. Cawagdan
Mrs. Joan Faye B. Aquino
  • Environmental Preservation & Protection
Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, Dean
Mr.Alfred Benson C. Co
Ms. Olivia D.Mongguiho
Ms.Carmencita G. Mendoza
  • Consultants
    –  Junifen F. Gauuan, PhD, AC President
    –  Mrs.Prescilla Esperanza A. Soriano, Sr. Executive Asst. for Education

 

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