On September 20, 2018, a contingent of the Civil Service Commission – Cordillera Administrative Region led by its Regional Director Atty. Marilyn E. Taldo and Assistant Regional Director Cornelia M. Rillera delivered food supplies and monetary assistance at the Alejo M. Pacalso Memorial National High School in Itogon, Benguet, the drop-off point for incoming donations for victims of Typhoon Ompong. The area is one of the hard-hit municipalities in the Region at the onslaught of the typhoon.
Director Taldo and her group chanced upon Itogon Mayor Victorio Palangdan who shared some updates on the ongoing search and rescue mission at the said municipality. As of 12 noon of even date, the death toll rose to 49, including two retrieved bodies which remained unidentified. The number of missing and injured persons is 53, and 15, respectively.
The CSC-CAR invites all former employees in celebration of its Pearl Anniversary!
NO bags and any other personal stuff shall be allowed.
In cases of examinees who would still bring bags, they are required to put all their belongings in front of the room.
Cell phones should be placed in discreet, silent, or off profile and placed inside their bags.
Let us manifest our solidarity, and support this campaign on July 30, 2018 through the following:
• Hanging of streamer in front of all government agencies
• Downloading the information brochure on UNIDC’s work at www.unodc.org
• Promoting social media messages for the World Day by using or by spreading the following hashtags:
#EndHumanTrafficking, #BetterLivesthroughSaferMigration, #StopHumanTrafficking
• Other activities disseminating the theme and promoting fight against TIP