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Title: Kincat Taro Chips

Brief Description :

The project is aimed to transfer the technology of Taro Chips Production to the Women’s Group of Barangay Catandaan, Nasugbu, Batangas.

The Batangas State University ARASOF – Nasugbu Community Extension Program in Barangay Catandaan was part of the “Adopt-A-Barangay” program. The project was a result of the request of the Sangguniang Barangay of Catandaan thru a stakeholder’s meeting. Taro chips making was one of the main interests of the locals. A Memorandum of Agreement for Sangguniang Barangay of Catandaan was made with Batangas State University, this defines the roles and responsibilities of both parties. The Taro Chips Production Project is bundled as a series of lectures, training, and workshops designed to elevate this cottage industry to a commercial manufacturing business. It was in agreement that CABEIHM BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu Extension Office will help in production and marketing aspects including the distribution of the taro chips product. Still, the barangays are encouraged to find other venues for their products. For further support, all the equipment, tools, and raw materials used during the training and all taro chips produced were given to the group as additional startup capital for their taro chips business.

Details:

Accomplishments

Standardization. The initial research study on the “Development and Evaluation of Taro” stated conclusions on establishing a standard the Taro Chip production. It was settled after the research that Taro Chips fried at heating temperature of 217 C for 1 minute and 45 seconds until lightly golden brown. The demonstration of the Faculty experts assisted with participating students taught the participants the step-by-step process of standardizing the Taro and Banana Chips Production. 

Participants were trained to use of the production equipment individually to assess if there was a transfer of learning in the demonstration from the experts. It is the intention of the Extension Office to allow participants to eventually take ownership of the equipment for quality assurance in production and sustainability of their Taro and Banana Chips Production in the community.

Capacity Building  The program included capability building programs in relevant disciplines to ensure quality, profitability and sustainability of the project.  The members of the CABEIHM faculty together with the student organizations in college, extended assistance further by conducting workshops that equipped the participants the basic set of skills to start and manage a small business.

Title Description Beneficiaries Duration Location Linkages / Partner Agencies Photos
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Technical Assistance with Basic Troubleshooting Techniques Training for Lumbangan National High School Teachers and Staff The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences in collaboration with the ICT Office of the campus, has conducted a Technical Assistance and Training Program for Teachers and Staff from Lumbangan National High School. The objective of the technical service for the computer laboratory of Lumbangan National High School was to diagnose and troubleshoot the malfunctioned computers. After the repair, the college conducted a training for the teachers and staff on how to maintain and troubleshoot a computer system. 22 Lumbangan National High School Teachers and Staff December 1, 6, and 7, 2018 Lumbangan National High School, Lumbangan, Nasugbu, Batangas Lumbangan National High School
Robotics in Focus: A Robotics Training-Workshop in partnership with Pinoy Robot Games – Module I The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences along with the Data Science and Technology Corporation and Pinoy Robot Games conducted a Robotics training to train teachers from selected schools in Nasugbu, Batangas area that offers STEM Academic track. The objective of Robotics in Focus Training program was to provide teachers new learning experiences that would enhance the teaching-learning process through the use of modern technology. The components of this Training Course are (1) Introduction to the Arduino microcontroller, (2) Introduction to hardware programming using IDE, and (3) Program a microcontroller to do basic task computers. 16 Female and Male Teachers under STEM Academic Track from SHS with Pantalan ES 11 Female and Male Teachers under STEM Academic Track from BatStateU Laboratory School November 28, 2018 Internet Laboratory, Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu Campus Data Science and Technology Corporation and Pinoy Robot Games SHS with Pantalan ES
Robotics in Focus: A Robotics Training-Workshop in partnership with Pinoy Robot Games – Module II The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences along with the Data Science and Technology Corporation and Pinoy Robot Games conducted a Robotics training to train teachers from selected schools in Nasugbu, Batangas area that offers STEM Academic track. The objective of Robotics in Focus Training program was to provide teachers a new learning experiences that would enhance the teaching-learning process through the use of modern technology. The components of this Training Course are (1) Simple Circuits to control and monitor, (2) Robot Construction, and (3) Robot Testing. 16 Female and Male Teachers under STEM Academic Track from SHS with Pantalan ES 11 Female and Male Teachers under STEM Academic Track from BatStateU Laboratory School November 29, 2018 Internet Laboratory, Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu Campus Data Science and Technology Corporation and Pinoy Robot Games SHS with Pantalan ES
Robotics in Focus: A Robotics Training-Workshop for Grade 12 under STEM Academic Track – Module I The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences conducted a Robotics training to train students from selected schools in Nasugbu, Batangas area under the STEM Academic track. The objective of Robotics in Focus Training program was to provide students new learning experiences that would prepare and help them to pursue their interest in studying technology and explore their knowledge and skills specifically in line with robotics. The components of this Training Course are (1) Introduction to the Arduino microcontroller, (2) Introduction to hardware programming using IDE, and (3) Program a microcontroller to do basic task computers 21 Female and Male Grade 12 Students under STEM Academic Track from SHS with Pantalan ES December 10, 2018 Internet Laboratory, Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu Campus SHS with Pantalan ES
Robotics in Focus: A Robotics Training-Workshop for Grade 12 under STEM Academic Track – Module II The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences conducted a Robotics training to train students from selected school in Nasugbu, Batangas area under the STEM Academic track. The objective of Robotics in Focus Training program was to provide students a new learning experiences that would prepare and help them to pursue their interest in studying technology and explore their knowledge and skills specifically in line with robotics. The components of this Training Course are (1) Simple Circuits to control and monitor, (2) Robot Construction, and (3) Robot Testing. 21 Female and Male Grade 12 Students under STEM Academic Track from SHS with Pantalan ES December 11, 2018 Internet Laboratory, Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu Campus SHS with Pantalan ES
Electronic Business Permit System: A tool for streamlining the business permit process in the Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) of the Municipality of Lian, Batangas The Business Permits and Licensing Office of Municipality of Lian, Batangas asked for a system that will simplify the business permits and licensing operations by automating the permit application process, assessment of taxes and fees, billing, payment, and liquidation of collections. Along with these needs, the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences developed a system based on the requirements of the client. After the development of the first module of the system, it was transferred and the employees from the concerned offices were trained. BPLO Personnel and all business establishments in the Municipality of Lian, Batangas October - December 2018 Business Permits and Licensing Office, Municipality of Lian, Batangas Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu Local Government Unit of Lian, Batangas
Program, Activities and Projects (PAPs) Brief Description Beneficiaries Duration
Food Safety and Sanitation Training
Building Wiring and Basics Motor Control Training
As a continuing development program, it aims to provide relevant and practical training course to laboratory school parents of Batangas State University ARASOF- Nasugbu students and impart the basic knowledge of food safety. Specifically the participants shall be able to: Be aware on basic Gender and Development concepts; Know how to safety keeps the food with regard to time and temperature; Know the proper handling for cross-contamination prevention and to improve/enhance participants technical skills, techniques and practices that will deliver quality service.
Building Wiring and Basic Motors Control Training designed to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes of honed Electricians in accordance with industry standards and community. The project covered the basic and common competencies in electrical installation.
BIT/BSFT Guardians/Laboratory School Parents October 17, 2019
KapitKamaysaPagbangon The Extension Services Office of BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu initiated accepting donations for the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption early morning of January 13, 2020, as originally planned with our Executive Director Prof. Enrico M. Dalangin, it will be sent to the evacuation center situated at Nasugbu West Central School. At around 1:00 pm, the Incident Command System of ARASOF – Nasugbu through the Incident Commander was activated. Immediately, the meeting was conducted and presided by the Deputy Incident Commander, Assoc. Prof. Josephine D. Vergara through the advice of Dr. Nicky Boy Manalo and Prof. Enrico M. Dalangin. An estimated 15 persons shall be evacuated to BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu due to Mt. Taal eruption. Coordination with the Municipal Social Welfare and Development of Nasugbu and Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management was likewise advised. The first floor of the College of Teacher Education Building was identified for accommodating the evacuees. After the meeting, the Incident Management Team was activated immediately. The medical group were on shifting duty headed by Assoc. Prof. Gloria L. Araos together with the CONAHS nurses and health services unit. Initially, 44 evacuees were given accommodation, supplies, and served with dinner. There were 30 volunteers from the faculty and staff, 46 local volunteers and MSWD staff who monitor the evacuees.
In cash or in kind donations were accepted on January 14, 2020. The members of the Incident Command Team along with the volunteers helped in unpacking and segregation of donations. The inventory of relief goods was documented by the Resource Unit. Donations continue to overflow from fellow Filipinos in the country and even abroad. Evacuees continue to rise from 44 to 169.
An orientation meeting of BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu ICS Team and the evacuees was held at Joson Gymnasium. The evacuees were informed on the house rules by Assoc. Prof. Josephine D. Vergara and on health concerns, instructions were given by Assoc. Prof. Gloria L. Araos. A special meeting of the BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu ICS Team and Municipal Social Welfare and Development (MSWD) representatives was held. The designated room coordinators will be the only ones allowed to request for supplies and disseminate information to the evacuees. The University cafeteria was designated as the dining and food distribution area.
The Medical Logistics section of the Incident Command System provided medical assistance to the evacuees. Several evacuees have experienced untoward symptoms and were given medical interventions such as medication and were accompanied to OspitalngNasugbu for further evaluation and treatment.
On the 13th day of operation in the evacuation center, PHIVOLCS announced alert level 3 of the Taal Volcano Eruption. Some of the evacuees decided to check their houses and if it is safe to return to their homes. Evacuees outside the 14km danger zone were allowed to return after filling up necessary documents for leaving the evacuation.
322 individuals from displaced families in Lemery, Talisay, Agoncillo, Laurel & San Nicolas, Batangas January 13-30, 2020
PROJECT/ ACTIVITY) OBJECTIVE DATE BENEFICIARIES LOCATION/VENUE PARTNER
BAYANihan for the frontliners This project aimed to help Brgy. Pantalan to provide food for the Barangay Police Officers (BPSO). Specifically, it aimed to
1. Demonstrate the spirit of Bayanihan.
2. Donate money to help the Brgy. to buy and distribute food (snacks) for the frontliners.
April 25, 2020
May 2, 2020
May 4, 2020
10 Heads of the Family (7M, 3F)
10 Heads of the Family (10M)
Twenty Two Barangay Police Officers (BPSO)- (22 male)
Brgy. Bucana
Brgy. Catandaan, Nasugbu, Batangas
Brgy. Pantalan, Nasugbu, Batangas
Brgy. Bucana
Brgy. Catandaan Officials
Brgy. Pantalan Officials
April 23, 2020 10 Heads of the Family (2M, 8F) Brgy. MuntingTubig, Balayan, Batangas Brgy. MuntingTubig Officials
April 22 and 24, 2020 Fifteen Barangay Police Officers (BPSO)- (15 male) Brgy. Bucana, Nasugbu, Batangas Brgy. Bucana Officials
April 22, 2020 35 Heads of the Family (10 M, 25F) Brgy. 11, Nasugbu, Batangas Brgy. Officials of Brgy. 11
Research in Action (ReAct): Publishing Research Works The College of Teacher Education Extension Services Office intends to contribute to teachers’ professional development by enhancingtheir understanding of research and their research skills. This activity specifically aimed to
1. discuss the essential elements of research presentation/publication
2. provide techniques and assist teachers in presenting/publishing research works
Nov. 29, 2019 11 Teachers (1 male/10 female) of Bunducan Elementary School Bunducan Elementary School Department of Education Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Research in Action (ReAct): Publishing Research Works The College of Teacher Education Extension Services Office intends to contribute to teachers’ professional development by enhancingtheir understanding of research and their research skills. This activity specifically aimed to
1. discuss the essential elements of doing research presentation/publication
2. present techniques and assist teachers in presenting/publishing research works
Nov. 29, 2019 14 Teachers (2 male/12 female) of Bunducan National High School Bunducan National High School Department of Education Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Research in Action (ReAct): Using and Analyzing Data The College of Teacher Education Extension Services Office intends to contribute to teachers’ professional development by enhancingtheir understanding of research and their research skills. This activity specifically aimed to
1. Discuss important concepts, techniques and tools on data analysis
2. enable participants to learn how to properly and efficiently conduct a research project
3. Conduct specialized sessions in research writing skills highlighting the thebeneficiariesactual production of research
Aug. 30, 2019, Sept. 27, 2019 14 Teachers (2 male/12 female) of Bunducan National High School Bunducan National High School Department of Education Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Sa Pagsulat, AngatKa! Managing a Student Publication The training aims to provide information about student publication and to assist teachers to advise a student newspaper. Specifically, it aims to
1. Learn the essential concepts, current practices and trends in student publication
2. Identifying the role of the teachers in organizing student publication
Aug. 30, 2019, Sept. 27, 2019 14 Teachers (2 male/12 female) of Bunducan National High School Bunducan National High School The Fisherman
Department of Education Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Teaching Reading in the 21st Century Teaching Reading in the 21st Century focused on teaching the participants on how to improve the reading skills of struggling students. Specificallythis activity aimed to
1. Help the participants enhance their learning on explicit methods of teaching phonemic awareness, decoding, word recognition, vocabulary, oral reading fluency, and reading comprehension and practices in teaching reading to struggling readers.
April 26, 2019
May 31, 2019
June 28, 2019
July 26, 2019
Aug. 30 2019, Sept. 27, 2019, Oct. 25, 2019, Nov. 29, 2019
11 Teachers of Bunducan Elementary School
(1 male/10 female), 30 student volunteers (25 male/5 female)
Batangas State University ARASOF Nasugbu
Bunducan Elementary School
Laboratory School
Brgy. Bunducan Officials and SangguniangKabataan
DepEd Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Share A Smile: A Christmas Gift Giving Activity (1) It aimed to conduct gift giving activity to benefitat least 50 select Grade 1-3 pupils of Bunducan Elementary School. Specifically, it aimed to
1. Demonstrate the spirit of Christmas through sharing (gift-giving)
2. Distribute gift items (foods, toys and clothes).
Dec. 6, 2019 50 Grade 1-3 pupils of Bunducan Elementary School (30 female/ 20 male) Bunducan Elementary School Brgy. Bunducan Officials and SangguniangKabataan
Nasugbu Municipal Government
Bunducan Elementary School
College of Teacher Education Council
Share A Smile: A Christmas Gift Giving Activity (2) It aimed to conduct gift giving activity to benefitat least 50 select Grade 1-3 pupils of Bunducan Elementary School. Specifically, it aimed to
1. Demonstrate the spirit of Christmas through sharing (gift-giving)
2. Distribute gift items (foods, toys and clothes).
Dec. 6, 2019 50 Grade 4-6 pupils of Bunducan Elementary School (22 female/ 28 male) Bunducan Elementary School Brgy. Bunducan Officials and SangguniangKabataan
Nasugbu Municipal Government
Bunducan Elementary School
College of Teacher Education Council
KaalamanMulasaAklat: A Book Giving Activity for Teachers This project intended to provide 30 textbooks (learning materials) to the teachers of Bunducan Elementary School May 31, 2019 Bunducan Elementary School 11 Teachers of Bunducan Elementary School
(1 male/10 female)
Laboratory School-Elementary
College of Teacher Education Council
KaalamanMulasaAklat: A Book Giving Activity for Teachers This project’s objective was to provide 30 textbooks (learning materials) to the teachers of Bunducan National High School May 31, 2019 Bunducan National High School 14 Teachers of Bunducan National High School
(2 male/12 female)
Laboratory School-Junior and Senior High School
College of Teacher Education Council
KaalamanMulasaAklat: A Book Giving Activity for Pupils This activity provided books to beneficiaries that would stimulate curiosity andimprove their literacy skills. May 31, 2019 Bunducan Elementary School
Bunducan National High School
100 pupils from Bunducan Elementary School (79 female/ 21 male)
100 students from Bunducan National High School
( 75 female/ 25 male)
Brgy. Bunducan Officials and SangguniangKabataan
CTE Laboratory School
College of Teacher Education Council
Research in Action (ReAct): Conducting Research The College of Teacher Education Extension Services Office deemed it necessary to enrich teachers’ understanding of research and to fully develop their research writing skills. Specifically, this extension activity aimed to enable the participants to
1. Discuss the essential concepts in research
2. Learn how to properly and efficiently conduct a research project
3. Conduct specialized sessions in research writing skills highlighting the production of actual outcome of the beneficiaries
March 29,2019
April 26, 2019
May 31, 2019
Bunducan Elementary School
Bunducan National High School
11 Teachers of Bunducan Elementary School
(1 male/10 female)
14 Teachers of Bunducan National High School
(2 male/12 female)
Department of Education Nasugbu West District Office
College of Teacher Education Council
Sa Pagsulat, AngatKa! Journalism 101 The training presented theories and techniques of editorial, feature, sports writing and other important aspects of journalism. April 26, 2019
May 17,2019
Batangas State University ARASOF Nasugbu 14 Teachers of Bunducan National High School
(2 male/12 female)
The Fisherman
College of Teacher Education Council

Bachelor of Arts in Communication: Organic Farming Literacy Program

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High School,
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Nasugbu,
Batangas
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Tala, Nasugbu, Batangas

Bachelor of Science in Criminology: Social Development Program

Name of Sustainable Extension Programs, Activities and Projects Brief Description Beneficiaries Duration Location
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High School,
Tala, Nasugbu, Batangas
Training on Disaster Preparedness: Fire Exit Drill in Nasugbu, Batangas This training aimed to strengthen the learnings of the participants relative to their capacities, suitabilities, competencies, abilities and attitude towards disaster preparedness focused on fire situations. Specifically, the training aimed to encourage the male and female participants to effectively plan during emergency situations; to empower the male and female responders as they rescue victims; to guide the participants as they apply the lessons learned from the training during simulated scenarios; and to help maximize their efforts together with the Bureau of Fire Protection-Nasugbu Fire Station. This is in partnership with agencies like the Department of Education and theBureau of Fire Protection. Twenty-seven (27) Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) public school teachers of the Nasugbu East District October 11, 2019 Tala National
High School,
Tala, Nasugbu, Batangas
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Nasugbu,
Batangas
Training - Workshop on Developing Gender Sensitive Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Information and Communication Campaign This training aimed to develop the basic skills among the participants in planning, implementing, and evaluating information and communication campaigns relative to disaster and emergency preparedness. Specifically, the project aimed to equip the TLE teachers with the basic principles and strategies in planning, developing, and evaluating gender-sensitive information and communication campaigns on disaster and emergency preparedness; to demonstrate skills learned in Information and Communication campaigns by writing their own gender-sensitive proposal and producing at least one of the proposed campaign materials to help address vulnerability of children and women during a disaster. This is in partnership with the Department of Education - Nasugbu East District and the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office - Nasugbu, Batangas. Twenty-seven (27) participants from the Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) teachers of the Nasugbu East District August 16, 2019 Tala National
High School,
Tala, Nasugbu, Batangas

Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences: Scaling Up Aquaculture Development

Name of Sustainable Extension Programs, Activities and Projects Brief Description Beneficiaries Duration Location
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High School,
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Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Psycharuga Program

Name of Sustainable Extension Programs, Activities and Projects Brief Description Beneficiaries Duration Location
Reinforcing Agricultural Literacy through Child Development Approach for Nasugbu East District The project aimed to promote understanding of among the participants the importance of inculcating in the mind of the children the concept of agriculture. Specifically, the project seeks to: give knowledge about child development; to help teachers become agents in the promotion of agriculture among children; to promote and be able to design classroom-based agricultural activities that would help students engage in organic farming. This is in partnership with the First Nasugbu Natural Farmers and Department of Education Nasugbu West and East District and in cooperation with the Bachelor of Arts in Communication and the Bachelor of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Programs. Twenty-seven (27) Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) public school teachers of the Nasugbu East District December 6, 2019 Tala National
High School,
Tala, Nasugbu, Batangas
PsychAruga: A Self-Enhancement Program for the Staff and Custodies of the Nasugbu Bahay Aruga (Counseling Skills Training) This training aimed to strengthen the basic counseling skills of the staff of the Bahay Aruga that would aid in the rehabilitation of the custodies of the center. Specifically, it aimed to give the participants a deeper understanding of the counseling techniques and approaches; to provide information and concrete examples in handling special cases during counseling; and to strengthen the basic counseling skills and strategies. This is in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office - Nasugbu, Batangas. Thirty-five (35) staff of the Nasugbu Bahay Aruga October 25, 2019 Nasugbu Bahay Aruga Center, Barangay Butucan, Nasugbu, Batangas
PsychAruga: A Self-Enhancement Program for the Staff and Custodies of the Nasugbu
Bahay Aruga
(A Pre-Counseling Skills Training)
This training aimed to strengthen the basic counseling skills of the staff of the Bahay Aruga that would aid in the rehabilitation of the custodies of the center. Specifically, it aimed to develop the basic skills needed in counseling specifically communication and listening; to be able to adapt the correct way of communicating and dealing with the clients specifically those categorized under special or sensitive cases; and to apply the counseling skills learned during the activity. This is in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office Nasugbu, Batangas. Thirty-five (35) staff of the Nasugbu Bahay Aruga October 18, 2019 Nasugbu Bahay Aruga Center, Barangay Butucan, Nasugbu, Batangas
Name of Sustainable Extension Programs, Activities and Projects Brief Description Beneficiaries Duration
Blood Letting Activity One of the regular community outreach programs of the College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Campus is the Pep talk and Blood letting activity. Pep Talk includes the health benefits of donating blood. The beneficiaries of this activity are residents of the Western Batangas in collaboration with Red Cross initially started in the year 2005 and up to present.
Different awards were received by our college for untiringly helping the mission of the Philippine Red Cross such as certificates and plaques during the annual Blood Donors Recognition Ceremony.
131 Blood Recepients from Western Batangas September 29, 2019
Kapit Kamay sa Pagbangon The Extension Services Office of BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu initiated accepting donations for the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption early morning of January 13, 2020, as originally planned with our Executive Director Prof. Enrico M. Dalangin, it will be sent to the evacuation center situated at Nasugbu West Central School. At around 1:00 pm, the Incident Command System of ARASOF – Nasugbu through the Incident Commander was activated. Immediately, the meeting was conducted and presided by the Deputy Incident Commander, Assoc. Prof. Josephine D. Vergara through the advice of Dr. Nicky Boy Manalo and Prof. Enrico M. Dalangin. An estimated 15 persons shall be evacuated to BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu due to Mt. Taal eruption. Coordination with the Municipal Social Welfare and Development of Nasugbu and Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management was likewise advised. The first floor of the College of Teacher Education Building was identified for accommodating the evacuees. After the meeting, the Incident Management Team was activated immediately. The medical group were on shifting duty headed by Assoc. Prof. Gloria L. Araos together with the CONAHS nurses and health services unit. Initially, 44 evacuees were given accommodation, supplies, and served with dinner. There were 30 volunteers from the faculty and staff, 46 local volunteers and MSWD staff who monitor the evacuees.
In cash or in kind donations were accepted on January 14, 2020. The members of the Incident Command Team along with the volunteers helped in unpacking and segregation of donations. The inventory of relief goods was documented by the Resource Unit. Donations continue to overflow from fellow Filipinos in the country and even abroad. Evacuees continue to rise from 44 to 169.
An orientation meeting of BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu ICS Team and the evacuees was held at Joson Gymnasium. The evacuees were informed on the house rules by Assoc. Prof. Josephine D. Vergara and on health concerns, instructions were given by Assoc. Prof. Gloria L. Araos. A special meeting of the BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu ICS Team and Municipal Social Welfare and Development (MSWD) representatives was held. The designated room coordinators will be the only ones allowed to request for supplies and disseminate information to the evacuees. The University cafeteria was designated as the dining and food distribution area.
The Medical Logistics section of the Incident Command System provided medical assistance to the evacuees. Several evacuees have experienced untoward symptoms and were given medical interventions such as medication and were accompanied to Ospital ng Nasugbu for further evaluation and treatment.
On the 13th day of operation in the evacuation center, PHIVOLCS announced alert level 3 of the Taal Volcano Eruption. Some of the evacuees decided to check their houses and if it is safe to return to their homes. Evacuees outside the 14km danger zone were allowed to return after filling up necessary documents for leaving the evacuation.
322 individuals from displaced families in Lemery, Talisay, Agoncillo, Laurel & San Nicolas, Batangas January 13-30, 2020