Monday, September 20, 2010

Community Electronic Center (CeC) and Farmers Information and Technology Services (FITS) Center Launched

The Facade

On morning of  September 20, 2010, a new milestone in LGU thrust to development took placed with the launching of Community Electronic Center . Maybe this is not the first internet shop here in Brooke's Point but it is the first of its kind in Local Govt. Unit (LGU) program. Aside from the usual use of internet, this Community Electronic Center (CeC) will also serve as FARMERS INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (FITS) CENTER.
Mr. Edora of  DA explains as Mr. Piramide (MPDO) and Ms. Fransel Lacandazo (Admin) listens.

Mayor Boyet Leoncio giving inspirational message
This program will offer the following services; * Public e-Library  * Databank/Information Center (Research information resource generation) * Basic Internet Services (Internet browsing and downloading service - E-mail or chat / voice over Internet Protocol with webcam)
Mayor Boyet leoncio, Mayor Zeny Gomez of Espanola, Ton Abengoza (Author) & Joey Piramide (MPDO)
The first set of computers
With Mayor Boyet  Leoncio special guest: Dr. Lazo of Puerto Princesa City
L-R: Mr. Bea, Mr. Nipas, Mr. Nacionales and Ms.Rebecca Gadayan (Emcee)

   *Employment Services (Application & placement for employment)  * Special OFW workers services (Voice over Internet (VoIP), email with webcam, Job search and placements  *E-Procurement Services (Posting on Bids & Awards)  *Capability Building (hands-on computer literacy and skills development  
Mayor Boyet Leoncio

Municipal employees
*Business Services (Encoding, Printing, Scanning, CD Burning and other ICT services)  *Agricultural Services/Community-based services (Agricultural products / video presentationf for new technologies for farming..
Snack time..
Other Photos:
Ms. Cecilia Setias - Municipal Librarian
Mayor Boyet Leoncio browsing

Municipal employees
Mr. Peralta, Mr. Jun Dela Cruz and Bgy. Capt. Balberan
RJ Balberan

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Dengue Awareness: Brooke's Point residents acted as one!

Dengue Awareness - Civil Service Celebration Clean-up Drive
September 8, 2010

Mayor Boyet Leoncio lead clean-up drive

The rising cases of  Dengue in the Philippines, around 65,000 cases, alerted the whole nation! Several measures were done to fight this deadly virus which the main courier is mosquitoes. And the basic way is to clean each other's backyard, particularly on stagnant water which can be a breeding place for mosquitoes.
Mayor Boyet setting a good example

Here in Brooke's Point, under the leadership of Mayor Boyet Leoncio, a Doctor in profession (personally joined the residents in cleaning) acted immediately by initiating a move (clean-up drive) participated by municipal employees, national agencies, non-govt. organization (NGO's), banking institutions, teachers, students, etc.
Amy in pink, me in black and my Canon EOS 1000D

The clean-up drive scheduled at 7:30am but some  residents started as early as 7:00 in the morning to show their cooperation and support to prevent any Dengue outbreak in our town.

The places cleaned were shorelines, river banks, streets in poblacion (District 1 & 2), public places such as cemetery, public market, plaza and schools
4:00pm Siren of Ambulance reminds people to clean their surroundings

Prior to this move, Mayor Boyet Leoncio, to increase the awareness, an ambulance is roving around the town (Poblacion) every 4:00 in the afternoon with its siren on, just to remind local folks to start cleaning their respective backyards in order to drive away mosquitoes and prevent them from multiplying by making sure that there is no place for them to breed upon.
4:00 pm siren of ambulance remind people to clean their surroundings

As long as the people here continue cleaning their surroundings a habit (4:00 pm habit), Dengue will have no place here in Brooke's Point!

More photos:
BPCHS Students
Brooke's Point Rural Bank Employees

Palawan National High School Students
SHJHS Students
Shoreline infront of Baraquias house

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Lung Cancer Month / TB Awareness Day August 23, 2010

Mayor Narciso 'Boyet' Leoncio

The parade was led by the three high schools in Brooke's Point, namely: Brooke's Point Christian High School (BPCHS), Sacred Heart of Jesus High School (SHJHS) and Palawan National High School (PNHS).

Palawan National High School Band

One of the hat wore by parade participant
To increase awareness of the increasing communicable disease Tuberculosis (TB), The TB Task Force, in cooperation and full support of the Local Govt. Unit (LGU) Brooke's Point headed by its Chief Executive, Mayor Dr. Narciso 'Boyet' Leoncio, conducted their annual observance of Lung Cancer celebration and TB Awareness Day last monday, August 23, 2010.

The Parade...

Bgy. Calasaguen

The celebration kicked-off with civic parade participated by 18 Barangays that comprises the whole municipality of Brooke's Point.

Berachah Medical Clinic
This "Mobile Sound System" plays songs related to TB awareness
Leoncio General Hospital (LGH)
Sagrado Medical Children's Clinic
Southern Palawan Provincial Hospital (SPPH)
Rural Health Unit (RHU)
In line with his campaign program of government, health care is one of the priorities of Mayor Boyet Leoncio, second only to clean and transparent governance, of course.

 The Mayor gave emphasis on the importance of early detection of Tuberculosis, when diagnosed to have such, the health worker must see to it a follow-up check-up on the patient must be done in order that proper medication and treatment be applied.
Mayor Boyet Leoncio
Mayor Boyet  acknowledging the presence of  Barangay Captains

Mayor Boyet giving message to health workers
Municipal Health Officer Dr. Palileo
Ton Abengoza (The author) with RHU personnel