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Extension & Community Services

Title Brief Description Beneficiaries
Disaster Preparedness for Children and Parents This one-day activity will be conducted at the Batangas State University Malvar Evacuation Center. 

CTE Faculty, alumni and students will facilitate the conduct of disaster preparedness activity for children. Teacher RV Duenas, the department’s BEEd Instructor will make a lesson plan on disaster preparedness for children and will serve as the resource speaker. BEEd alumni who are also Science Teachers will facilitate the Science Experiment about volcanice eruption. They will be assisted by CTE student volunteers. Young children will do coloring activities. Other faculty extensionist will be of charge in the registration and documentation.

Parents of the children will also help in assisting the conduct of this activity to prevent accidents and untoward incidents. They will also participate in the disaster education.

DURATION:
January 25, 2020

70 children and parents of Malvar evacuees
SK Mandatory Training Phase I and Phase II The SK Mandatory Training is generally designed to enable the participants to get the basic and necessary knowledge and skills for them to start performing their powers and functions as SangguniangKabataan (SK) officials.

The training will provide the newly elected SK Officials knowledge and skills in Decentralization and Local Governance, SK History and Salient Features, Meetings and Resolutions, Planning and Budgeting and Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards areas which will aide them in providing distinct services as public servants.

Batangas State University is identified as one of the Local Resource Institutes of the DILG Provincial Office which will facilitate the entire project. Included on its  Extension Service Office‘s 10 point agenda is the capability building which offers training, skills training  and technical advisory that will advance the knowledge and skills of its target clientele. Eversince, it has been the mandate of the University to extend its assistance and collaborate with the national and local agencies to be of helpin achieving their objective of helping them to define the roles and responsibilities of the SangguniangKabataan elected officials.

DURATION:
May 15-19, 23-26, 2018

25 men and women from the Municipality of Malvar
Maliit na Puhunan, Malaking Kabuhayan: Hilot Massage Project The Hilot Massage Project is a job-generating livelihood project within the Municipality of Malvar. This is an income generating program which will help the poor member of the family develop their skill set and help them earn some income to augment their income for their daily needs. The Extension Office develop this program which focused on Livelihood Training that would enhance the welfare and economic status of women and to help them uplift their spiritual life. Simple and well-viable technologies will be taught to the participants in a mode that they can easily grasp and comprehend the training program. This project will play a vital role in the augmentation of their family income. The training shall further develop and enhance their positive outlook in life and instill in them the virtues of cooperation, self – reliance, leadership, teamwork and empowerment of women.

This project is carefully planned with constant coordination with the LGU of Malvar. Documents and permits are properly secured from the University Officials like the Associate Dean, Dean of Colleges and Executive Director.

The project will be conducted for 15 days to fulfill the objectives of this training program.

DURATION:
April 23, 2018-May 10, 2018

DURATION:
April 23, 2018-May 10, 2018
Mission First Medical Clinic: Training on First Aid, Health Care and Medical Mission Mission First Medical Clinic (MFMC): Training on First Aid and Medical Mission is a community outreach program which aims to provide health care and assistance to the underserved community of San Juan, Malvar, Batangas. It would be a two-day program. Day 1 will focus on the provision of health education, the common ailments on summer time, blood pressure monitoring and first aid non asthma and hypertension attack, which based n the study conducted, was the most common illness in the community. The second day of the program shall be the administration of the medical mission, in coordination with the Health Office of Malvar, Rotary Club of Malvar, and University’s Clinic, the College of Teacher Education, students and faculty.

The medical mission shall be scheduled on the convenience of the cooperating agencies and beneficiaries. And it was suggested that for the convenience of the beneficiaries, the mission shall be done on weekdays. It shall take place at the covered court of the Barangay, as per evaluation was the accessible area for all the puroks and sitios in the area.

DURATION:
July 27-28, 2017

BENEFICIARIES: 
200 Residents of Sitio Hiyaw, Brgy. San Juan