Disability-Related Celebrations

July 26, 2013

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NCDA Accomplishment Report for the 2nd Quarter 2013

July 26, 2013

2nd Quarter Accomplishment Report for 2013

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PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES CALL for 2016 DISABILITY INCLUSIVE ELECTION

July 22, 2013

After the disappointing outcome of the 2010-2013 Campaign on Disability Inclusive Election, persons with disabilities’ organizations, their advocates and supporters rise up to renew their call for all stakeholders to brace up and start preparing for 2016 Disability Inclusive Election. The earlier initiatives to make the polling places accessible for voters with disabilities and senior citizens did not get remarkable impact but somehow, awareness on the issues of accessibility of schools, where majority of the polling places are, and provisions of support services for voters with disabilities became a pressing realization for concerned duty bearers. One of the milestones of the campaign is the passing of Republic Act 10366- authorizing the Commission on Election to establish precincts assigned to accessible polling places exclusively for persons with disabilities and senior citizens, which became effective on July 1, 2013.

As the lead agencies, the Commission and Election and the National Council on Disability Affairs are working closely in formulating the Implementing Rules and Regulations in consultation with leaders of persons with disabilities organizations and civil society organizations working on disability issues.

Promote Participation in Political Processes and enhanced decision making, is the second of the Ten Goals of the Decade of Make the Rights Real 2013-2022 proclaimed by the UN Economic and Social Council of Asia and the Pacific Region (UN-ESCAP) and adopted by 62 member countries, including the Philippines, during the High Level Meeting on the Final Review of the 2nd Asian and the Pacific Decade of Disabled Persons 2003-2012.

As a part of the observance of the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, findings, results of initiatives and experiences of persons with disabilities during the May 13 Election will be presented during the Launching of 2016 Disability Inclusive Election Campaign on the 23rd of July 2013 at the Royal View Restaurant, SM Mall of Asia.

-by:

Carmen Reyes-Zubiaga
Acting Executive Director
National Council on Disability Affairs
-0917-8867209/ 09088906188

For inquiries and other info:

Mike Limon- 09209062296

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PNOY Greetings on the 2013 NDPR Week

July 16, 2013

                       
              MALACANAN PALACE
                        Manila

MESSAGE

My warmest greetings to the National Council on Disability Affairs and the Department of Justice, as you observe the 2013 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week.

Enhancing the lives of persons with disabilities forms part of our national agenda to promote equal rights across all sectors. We are heartened by the leadership role that the Council assumes in this undertaking, as you help level the playing field and enable PWDs to seize available opportunities for their welfare and development. This weeklong celebration of the NCDA gains further relevance as we move forward in this period or revitalization, when the empowerment of all citizens is given priority, that they may rise to the challenge of nation-building: May you heighten public awareness on disability-relevant issues and concerns, and encourage everyone to be responsible for the mainstreamed advancement of Filipinos with disabilities.

Our administration is dedicated to serving the needs of our countrymen, regardless of gender, social status, religion, and physical condition. But these initiatives would be more meaningful if all sectors of society commit to acceptance and understanding, by letting go of the negative, discriminiating attitudes towards persons with disabilities. Let us uplift their condition, and bear in mind that their success is proof positive of our solidarity as a nation, and thus takes us closer to our vision of an equitably progressive Philippines.

I wish you an engaging, productive week.

                                     

MANILA
17 July 2013

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NCDA Sub-Committee on Advocacy

July 16, 2013

The Philippine Information Agency (PIA) represented by Ms. Elizabeth Cuisia chairs the meeting on the National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) Sub-Committee on Advocacy whose members are mostly Information Officers of the national government agencies (NGAs) – Public Affairs Division, leaders of disabled people’s organizations and non-government organizations and the private sector. Discussions tackled the members’ programs and advocacy strategies relating to the 10 Goals of the Incheon Strategy to Make the Rights Real for Persons with Disability in Asia and Pacific, 2013-2022 and Inclusion and/or Full Participation of Persons with Disability in the Society. Further, the NCDA adoption/implementation in their own agency mandates. In the photo are (L-R) NCDA Acting Executive Director Carmen Reyes-Zubiaga, Kapisanan ng Mga Brodkasters sa Pilipinas (KBP)Executive Director Reynaldo Hulog, Autism Society Philippines (ASP) Mr. Rafael Torralba, Alyansa ng Maykapansanang Pinoy (AKAP-Pinoy) Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Taleon, Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Ms. Victoria Paces-Apacible, Department of Health (DOH) Ms. Alegria Gabian and Department of Trade and Industry Director Thelma Dumpit-Murillo, Foundation on Communication Initiatives, (FOCI) Ms. Criselle Capistrano and Ms. Emily Abrera, Department of Social Welfare and Development Mr. Jaime Marino, Philippine News Agency (PNA) Ms. Leilani Junio, Information Communications and Telecommunications Office (ICTO) Madonna Estrelles. Other members include Department of Tourism (DOT), Director Evelyn Macayayong, Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Atty. Ronnie Rosero, Mr. Ranil Sorongon, ASP Consultant, Ms. Violeta Rojas of the New Vois Association, National Youth Commission (NYC), Mr. Patrick Umali, and Commission on Human Rights (CHR), Ms. Jessica Ragaza.

NCDA Sub-Committee on Advocacy
NCDA Sub-Committee on Advocacy

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Freedom Walk 2013 for PWDs

July 4, 2013

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National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) Director Carmen Reyes-Zubiaga (top right on wheelchair) strongly expresses her appreciation to Taguig City Government and to its developing community in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) for hosting the Freedom Walk 2013. Director Zubiaga said that Taguig City Government can be considered as one of the model Local Government Units (LGUs) for having Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) created, and developing Bonifacio Global City a PWD Inclusive Community. She appealed to other LGUs to start creating their PDAO so that programs for PWDs will be given more priority. More than 1000 joined the Freedom Walk composed of National Government Agencies (NGAs), LGUs and Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs). At the back of Director Zubiaga are: (L-R) Captain Oscar J, Taleon, President and lead organizer, Alyansa ng Maykapansang Pinoy (AKAP-Pinoy); Vice-Mayor Ricardo “Ading” Cruz, Jr., Taguig City; Undersecretary Corazon T. Jimenez, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA); Mr. Manuel Agcaoili, Chairman, AKAP-Pinoy; Engr. Emerito Rojas, PWD Sectoral Representative of the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC); Ms. Yuli Pesigan, Muse and Mr. Larry Supaz, PDAO Officer, Taguig City. Below photo on the right are the NCDA officers and staff.

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2013 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week

July 1, 2013

2013 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week

July 17-23, 2013

 Project Brief

 

RATIONALE

For too long, inclusion and involvement of people with disabilities have not been the core concerns of any country’s development efforts.  However, redressing this omission through more inclusive development practices will help to achieve better equity for people with disabilities.

The goal of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (uncrpd) and the Incheon Strategy to Make the Right Real for persons with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific is the realization of a “society for all.”   An inclusive society for all  accommodates diversity of people, their needs, abilities and aspirations.  It is a society that creates an enabling environment where all persons with or without disability realize their basic rights and fundamental freedoms and live a meaningful life

The National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) being the focal point of the government on disability concerns plays a big role in promoting and sustaining the efforts along this line.

 

To strengthen the advocacy efforts in promoting the rights of persons with disabilities is one of the strategies adopted by NCDA to increase public awareness.

 

LEGAL BASES OF NDPR WEEK CELEBRATION

 

As a State policy enshrined in Proclamation No. 1870 (1979), as amended by Proclamation No. 361 (2000) and Administrative Order No. 35 (2002), the NDPR Week is being commemorated annually every July 17-23, that aims primarily to stimulate public awareness on the issues and problems of disability, thereby encouraging every citizen of the country to take active responsibility in the upliftment of the economic and social conditions of PWDs of our society. It culminates on the birthdate of Apolinario Mabini, the “Sublime Paralytic,” whose bravery and heroic acts during the Philippine Revolution of 1896 has greatly influenced his compatriots in fighting against the Spanish colonization.

 

The NDPR Week celebration has involved the government and the private sectors, the   civil society organizations and the sector of persons with disabilities.

 

Administrative Order No. 35 was issued on May 3, 2002 by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo directing “all heads of departments, bureaus, agencies, government-owned and/or controlled corporations (GOCCs), State universities/Colleges and schools, and other government agencies/instrumentalities to promote and conduct relevant activities in the annual celebration of the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week…”.  Moreover, it requires the mass media and the entire citizenry to extend their wholehearted support and cooperation by conducting specific programs for the celebration.   Most significantly, the Administrative Order directs all government agencies to allocate an amount equivalent to but not less than one percent (1%) of their total budget for the year as stipulated in the General Appropriations Act.  The Administrative Order repealed and modified accordingly previous issuances related to the celebration of NDPR Week.

 

OBJECTIVES

 

The observance of NDPR Week has multi-faceted objectives as follows:

 

  • To stimulate public awareness on disability issues and concerns that will strengthen the involvement of the different government and non-governmental organizations including cause-oriented groups, civil society, self-help groups of persons with disabilities, the academe, professional groups and societies, local government units, business sector, the media and other entities of the society;

 

  • To serve as the vehicle of information for programs being implemented by government agencies and organizations of and for persons with disabilities that adhere to the promotion of the inherent rights and concerns of persons with disabilities;

 

  • To encourage every Filipino citizen to take active responsibility in the upliftment of the economic and social conditions of persons with disabilities in our society, thereby encouraging them to take pro-active roles in nation-building;

 

  • To generate full media support on the celebration and other disability-related issues and concerns that affect persons with disabilities and their families; and

 

  • To develop and strengthen cooperation and partnership between and among the various sectors of the Philippine society for better understanding of disability issues and concerns.

 

LEAD AGENCY AND HOST OF THE CELEBRATION

 

For this year’s celebration it is proposed that the NWC that will be organized by NCDA will be chaired by the Department of Justice.   DOJ will be the presiding officer of all committee meetings and the lead event organizer.

 

THEME OF THE CELEBRATION

 

The theme of this year’s NDPR Week celebration is “Building an Inclusive and Non-Handicapping Environment for Persons with Disabilities.”   The theme was adopted to promote the principles and concepts relevant to disability inclusive development using the Incheon Strategy as its framework.  The theme also extends to advocate for the mainstreaming of disability agenda in all government agencies, non-government organizations, civil society and the public in general.

A sub-theme was also developed as part of the Department of Justice’s activity entitled “Patatagin ang Karapatan sa Katarungan ng Mga Taong May Kapansanan.”   This was agreed on to give emphasis on having access to justice by persons with disabilities in order for them to be part of an inclusive society.

 

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES

 

To drumbeat the weeklong celebration, various activities will be conducted as indicated hereunder:

 

  1. July 17, 2013
  • Walk for Justice
  • Holy Mass Celebration
  • Launching of the Sensitivity Training for Prosecutor
  • Inauguration of PWD Assistance Desk
  • Legal Clinic by the Quezon City Public Attorney’s Office

 

  1. July 18, 2013
  • Medical, dental and Mobility Clinic Mission
  • PWD Product Conference
  • 10 Goals to Make the Right Real
  • Awarding of the First Mabini Batangan Awards
  • Diagnosis of Children Suspected to have Developmental Disabilities July-September 2013

 

  1. July 19, 2013
  • Paligsahan ng May “K” sa Kasaysayan at Kultura ng Pilipinas
  • 10 Goals to Make the Right Real

 

  1. July 20, 2013
  • Apolinario Mabini Happy Wheelchair Parade
  • Sculpture/Poster-Making Contest for Children
  • Realizing the Rights of CWDs through Access to Justice

 

  1. July 21, 2013
  • Fun Day for children with disabilities
  • PARM M.O.V.E. Pilipinas Run 2013 Manila-Tacloban-Davao
  1. July 22, 2013
  • Forum on Training and Employment Programs/Projects of DOLE, TESDA, ECC and DTI
  • Enrichment Seminar on the Rights of Soldiers with Disability

 

  1. July 23, 2013
  • Mega Sensitivity Disability Campaign
  • Press Conference on May 2013 Election
  • Showcase of Artworks of Persons with Autism
  • Wreathlaying Ceremony on Birthdate of Apolinario Mabini

WEEK LONG ACTIVITIES

  1. Regional Activities of Regional Offices of DPWH
  2. 3rd APC Para Tenpin Bowling Open Championship Manila 2013
  3. Workshop Training for Advance Wheelchair Assessment
  4. Hanging of NDPR Week Streamer
  5. Media Announcements & Guestings/Press Releases
  6. Issuance & Circulation of Department Orders/Memorandum Circulars

 

Agencies and organizations of and for persons with disabilities may opt to conduct their own activities or other than these activities.

 

SCOPE AND COVERAGE OF THE CELEBRATION

 

The NDPR Week shall be celebrated nationwide by partner agencies and other stakeholders including self-help organizations of persons with disabilities from the national down to the local levels.

 

At the national level, the activities will be conducted in Metropolitan Manila areas by NCDA in partnership with national government agencies and local government units comprising the National Capital Region.  Non-government organizations based in Metro Manila with national scope of operations shall also be enjoined to conduct fitting activities.

 

At the regional and sub-regional levels, government agencies and non-government organizations with regional scope of operations shall likewise conduct their own activities in coordination with the local government units in their respective territorial jurisdictions.  Cities with original charters may opt to choose their participation in any level mentioned above.

 

REGIONAL FOCAL PERSONS OF THE CELEBRATION

 

In order to facilitate the activities to be conducted in the regions and sub-regional levels, the Regional Programs Coordinators of the NCDA will serve as focal persons.  Their names, areas of jurisdictions and contact details are indicated hereto:

 

Name

Areas of Coverage

Contact Numbers/ Email Address

Ms. Cynthia Barriga Regions 9, 12 and CAR Mobile Phone No. – 0920-9062297

cynthia_barriga@yahoo.com

Ms. Ruth Tacujan Regions 11, ARMM, and CARAGA Mobile Phone No. – 09209062305

ruthtacujan@yahoo.com

Ms. Evelyn Dolencio Regions 1, 2, and 3 Mobile Phone No. – 0920-9062304

flabanon@yahoo.com

Ms. Flerida Labanon Regions 4-A, 7 and 8 Mobile Phone No. – 0920-9062302

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Ms. Dolores Soterio Region VI and X Mobile Phone No. – 09209062309

 

Mr. Rizalio Sanchez            or

Mr. Mike Limon

Region –NCR & ARMM Mobile Phone No. – 09209062306

 

Mobile Phone No. – 09209062296

Ms. Nelia de Jesus Region IV-B and V Mobile Phone No. – 09209062307

 

PROMOTIONAL EFFORTS AND PUBLICITY

 

As a way to generate wide publicity of the weeklong celebration, various promotional efforts will be undertaken by NCDA.  Media networks and practitioners will be tapped to promote the celebration through the broadcast and print channels.  Guestings of NCDA officials in broadcast networks will be facilitated and press releases will be prepared that will be syndicated in the print media.  Media crew will also be invited to cover the activities that will be conducted in specified venues.

 

In addition, tarpaulins and/or streamers with prescribed texts will be hanged in conspicuous places of public offices, plazas, schools, provincial capitols, city/municipal/barangay halls, hospitals and in venues where the activities are currently held. For purposes of uniformity, a white cloth and/or tarpaulin streamer with a blue background, specific dimensions and text prescribed hereunder shall be strictly observed and followed.

 

 

The (Name of Agency) joins the nation in celebrating the

 

2013 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week

July 17-23, 2013

Theme:  Building an Inclusive and Non-Handicapping Environment

for Persons with Disabilities.”   

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FEEDBACKING AND MONITORING MECHANISM

 

In order for the Secretariat to determine the activities conducted by participating agencies and organizations, a Feedback Report will be required following the prescribed format attached as Annex “A” to this document. As much as possible, it should be submitted to NCDA one (1) week after the celebration which shall be consolidated into an Accomplishment Report and will be submitted to the Office of the President, copy furnished the NCDA Chairperson and members of the National Working Committee.

 

 


Annex “A”

 

AGENCY FEEDBACK REPORT ON THE

2013 NATIONAL DISABILITY PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION WEEK

July 17-23, 2013

Activities Conducted/Undertaken

Nature of Activity Venue Date Conducted/Undertaken Remarks
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Submitted by:

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Name of Head of Agency/Organization and Designation

 

_________________________________________________________________________

Name of  Organization

 

_________________________________________________________________________

Address

 

_________________________________________________________________________

Contact Numbers

 

_________________________________________________________________________

Email Address

 

 

(Note: Please accomplish and submit this Feedback Report form to the National Council on Disability Affairs thru the 2013 NDPR Week Secretariat at Isidora Street, Barangay Holy Spirit, Quezon City 1127, or thru Fax Nos. (02) 951-5013; (02) 951-6401; and (02) 932-3663, or email it at council@ncda.gov.ph)

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