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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:26 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:27 pm 
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VP Leni Robredo lists down accomplishments as HUDCC Chair
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Updated 08:16 AM PHT Wed, December 7, 2016


Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Vice-President Leni Robredo listed down her accomplishments in the five months she has served as the Chairperson of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC).

These include the cutting of red tape, providing low-cost housing for at least 46,000 families, and the start of construction of at least 17,000 homes for victims of super typhoon Yolanda.

This data was released by her office on Monday, the same day she tendered her resignation as HUDCC Chairperson.

Robredo said on Monday that she worked diligently in the short time she served as Housing Secretary.

"Sayang because we have really worked very hard in the past five months. Ang daming problema ng housing na sana hindi na mabiktima yung mga tao sa iringan ng pulitika,"she said.

[Translation: It's regrettable because we have really worked very hard in the past five months. There are so many problems in the housing sector, and I wish the people would not be made victims of political squabbling.]

Robredo quit her post on Sunday after she received a text message from Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco Jr., relaying the President Rodrigo Duterte's instruction — through Special Assistant Bong Go — for her to "to desist from attending all Cabinet meetings starting December 5."


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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:29 pm 
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Wag ka na magtanong bai. Merienda na lang tayo. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:29 pm 
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Robredo proud of her office’s achievements
Published July 1, 2017, 10:01 PM
By Raymund F. Antonio



It was not an easy ride for Vice President Ma. Leonor “Leni” Robredo, but her first year in office allowed her to take her anti-poverty program throughout the country and that has made her proud.

Robredo visited 80 communities with almost P52.72 million worth of resources for 36,046 individuals and 22,275 families.

“We’re proud of what we’ve achieved — from 50 pilot LGUs (local government units) in 2016, we’re now at 134. But we all know, we can’t rest,” she said.

The Vice President noted there are “more needs to be done because there are so many of our fellow Filipinos that continue to be left out.”

Since she assumed office on June 30 last year, Robredo went from one place to another to reach out to poor communities and consult its residents on what their needs are.

The country’s second highest official launched “Angat Buhay,” her flagship program, to facilitate partnerships between local governments and different stakeholders to address poverty.

Her office has partnered with various donors from the private sector to provide assistance from rural development, feeding and nutrition programs, livelihood, medical and dental missions, and educational infrastructure.

“Because our office has no funds for projects, we rely on partners to help us whenever we go to communities,” Robredo said.

For next year, Robredo, who was once a member of President Duterte’s Cabinet as housing chief, vowed to look for more partners.

At present, there are 134 local government units and over 300 partners in the program.

“This is just the beginning. There are still so many who need our help,” Vice Presidential spokesperson Georgina Hernandez said.

Hernandez, also the head of OVP’s Advocacy and Anti-Poverty programs, added: “We are not stopping until we have effectively raised the quality of living of our fellow Filipinos from the farthest and poorest communities in the country.”


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IceColdBeer wrote:
Wag ka na magtanong bai. Merienda na lang tayo. :lol: :lol:



Masisipag po si mam Leni..

sabi nila


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tiyanak2 wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Wag ka na magtanong bai. Merienda na lang tayo. :lol: :lol:



Masisipag po si mam Leni..

sabi nila


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Tinanong nga ng media. Wag na daw magtanong at magmeryenda na lang. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:34 pm 
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IceColdBeer wrote:
tiyanak2 wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Wag ka na magtanong bai. Merienda na lang tayo. :lol: :lol:



Masisipag po si mam Leni..

sabi nila


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Tinanong nga ng media. Wag na daw magtanong at magmeryenda na lang. :lol: :lol:





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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:35 pm 
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Ang tali talino. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:37 pm 
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yung nabasa ang mga balota.. pwede nabang accomplishment?


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Andami na ah. :lol: :lol:

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Office of the VP gets ISO-9001:2015 certification
Published December 28, 2017 1:55pm
By NICOLE-ANNE C. LAGRIMAS, GMA News



The Office of the Vice President (OVP) has complied with an executive order for certain government offices as it received quality management certification ISO-9001:2015, an accomplishment Vice President Leni Robredo on Thursday said was part of a bid to “reinvent” the office.

The certification was first announced on the Vice President’s official Facebook page on December 18 after the OVP passed the accreditation process of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

The official awarding was held on December 28, and the certificate was given to Robredo by Tristan Loveres, managing director of TÜV Rheinland Philippines, which conducted the two-day audit.

In a speech during the awarding, Robredo recalled the OVP’s “depressing” state, the “gloomy” workforce, and the bulk of complaints when she stepped into power, and said she and her staff have since sought to offer relevant and beyond-ceremonial services.

“At itong ISO certification [ay] nagpapakita na kung may gusto kang makamtan, kailangan mong pagpaguran, at alam natin kung gaano kayo lahat nagpagod para makamtan natin ‘to,” she told her staff, claiming that the OVP’s services have improved.

She called the ISO certification the “exclamation point” to the office’s “good year” and commended her staff for their effort, saying a fulfillment with one’s job leads to better services.

According to a press release from the OVP, the office’s Angat Buhay program has assisted 83,807 families, generated P145 million in assistance through their private partnerships, and is assisting more than 170 communities around the Philippines.

"It has likewise contributed to relief operations for areas affected by calamities, and extends other forms of assistance like those for medical concerns," said the press release.

The ISO is an international standard-setting body that ensures through documents and guidelines that “materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose” in organizations.

According to the ISO’s website, an ISO 9001:2015 certification requires an organization to be able to “consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements” and to “aim to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.”

Executive Order No. 605 decrees that all departments and agencies under the Executive branch, all government-owned and/or controlled corporations and government financial institutions adopt the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management Systems (ISO-QMS), and have their quality management systems certified for “demonstrated conformity” with the standard.

State universities and colleges, local government units, the judiciary, the legislature and Constitutional offices are encouraged by the EO "to develop ISO-QMS and pursue certification." —KG, GMA News


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Being elected as VP is already an accomplishment...
Congrats maam Leni... :D

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Being elected as VP is already an accomplishment...
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Robredo: Listen to Marawi residents on rebuilding efforts
Audrey Morallo (philstar.com) - May 23, 2018 - 5:35pm


MANILA, Philippines — As the Philippines commemorates the anniversary of the siege of Marawi, Vice President Leni Robredo on Wednesday urged the government to listen to the voice of the town’s residents in its rehabilitation efforts and expressed support for the passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law.

Robredo said that her office supported the government’s rehabilitation efforts by establishing an Angat Buhay village in Sagongsongan, Marawi, which would serve as a transitory shelter pending the construction of their permanent accommodations.

“We also recognize that aside from structures and lives that were destroyed the voice of Marawi residents should be protected in rehabilitation efforts. The voice of affected communities is the most important voice to consider,” she said in Filipino in a statement as the nation marks the first anniversary of the siege of the lakeside town.

An analysis by Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism showed that the master plan for the rebuilding of the city has yet to be formalized and was framed in loose procurement rules and shortcuts.
It also showed that one problem in the government’s rehabilitation was its on-off and token consultations with affected communities, as shown by the criticism of a group of local residents of the reported plan of authorities to convert the city to a military reserve and an economic zone.

Robredo also stressed the importance of addressing the root causes of terrorism by implementing anti-poverty measures and respecting the Bangasamoro people’s culture and identity.

“All of us, whether civilians or soldiers, Marawi residents or not, long for a lasting peace in Mindanao. We fully support the enactment of the Bangsamoro Basic Law as a contribution to efforts to attain this lasting peace,” Robredo said.



Bangsamoro Basic Law, federalism

The BBL and the shift to a federal form of government are two of the priorities of the Senate and the House following their return from their break last week.
Senate leaders have already written to President Rodrigo Duterte to certify the BBL as an urgent measure amid concerns that Congress does not have enough time to pass the bill into law.

House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez expressed on Monday the lower chamber’s willingness to certify House Bill 6475 as urgent.

Malacañang said on Tuesday that Duterte would certify the measure as urgent “anytime soon.”

Senate Bill 1717 seeks to establish the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region and to replace the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

Robredo also thanked soldiers, especially those who died, for their sacrifice in fighting to liberate Marawi City, where more than 250,000 residents were affected and displaced by the five months long battle.

“Even though the fighting has already ceased, the fight for the residents to return to their normal lives and livelihood remains. Many families still don’t have permanent houses and decent livelihoods. Many residents are in need of aid,” the vice president said.

Maute group militants inspired by the Islamic State group tried to take over the city and convert it to the capital of the terror organization’s province in Southeast Asia.

The battle between the militants and the military, the longest in the country’s history since World War II, decimated much of the city’s central business district.


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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 11:53 am 
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nag ka roon ang BF ang no.1 accomplishment.

the truth is ginamit lang siya nang mga Dilawan at nanalo sa pandaraya ni PNOY

and even now she is blaming she was a victim of martial law..the truth is her husband family benefited a lot during Marcos day

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