Monthly Archives: May 2011

DOH CALLS FOR MULTISECTORAL SUPPORT TO ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE


  The Department of Health (DOH) today called on the different government agencies and development partners to support the DOH’s efforts to achieve President Benigno Aquino’s priority agenda of universal health care (or Kalusugang Pangkalahatan) within the next three years. “It … Continue reading

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DOH REPORTS 546 HOLIDAY INJURIES IN 2010


  A total of 546 injuries were reported from December 21-31 last year. This was 34 or 7% more cases compared to those reported in the same period last year (512). Of this number, 518 (95%) were due to firework … Continue reading

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DENR moves to resolve abandoned cadastral survey projects


  In a move to fast track the cadastral survey of all cities and municipalities nationwide, Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje issued new guidelines on the final disposition of abandoned cadastral survey projects.   At the … Continue reading

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ENROLLMENT/GRADUATION FEES BALAK IPAGBAWAL SA QC


Walang fee o voluntary contribution na requirement o kondisyon para sa enrollment o graduation ng mga estudyante sa public schools sa Quezon City . Sa panukalang ordinansa na inihain ni Councilor Ranulfo Ludovica, gagawing labag sa batas sa mga school … Continue reading

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QC MAY PROHIBIT COLLECTIONS FOR ENROLLMENT/GRADUATION


There should be “no fees nor voluntary contributions” for the enrollment or graduation of students in any public schools in Quezon City. In a proposed ordinance filed by Councilor Ranulfo Ludovica, it will be unlawful for school authorities and members … Continue reading

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QC PROSTATE DETECTION SERVICE PROPOSED


To help male residents of Quezon City detect early stages of prostate cancer, a lady lawmaker has urged the City Health Department to conduct prostate cancer screening using the Digital Rectal Examination (DRE). QC Councilor Jessica Castelo-Daza said in a proposed … Continue reading

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TRAINING OF NURSING GRADUATES AS “MILKING COWS” BARED


A Quezon City councilor is seeking an immediate investigation into complaints that private hospitals are exacting payment from new nursing graduates who undergo the  training required by the nursing course curriculum. Councilor Eden “Candy” Medina has filed a city council resolution … Continue reading

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