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Duterte approves mandatory ROTC

Duterte Approves ROTC

In this on Feb. 5, 2017 photo, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte presides over a meeting with officers from the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police at the 4th Infantry Division Headquarters in Camp Evangelista, Cagayan de Oro City. PPD/Albert Alcain

MANILA, Philippines — The Duterte administration will push for the mandatory Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program for grades 11 and 12 to instill patriotism among the youth.

The Cabinet agreed to support the program during a meeting in Malacañang on Monday, presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said.

Agriculture secretary Emmanuel Piñol, who was present during the meeting, said President Duterte approved the mandatotry ROTC after a thorough discussion of the issue.

“President Rody Duterte has approved the return of the Reserved Officers Training Course in Grades 11 and 12 of the country’s public and private schools,” Piñol said in an online post.

The restoration of the mandatory ROTC would require an amendment to the National Service Training Program (NSTP) Law, which was enacted in 2002.

“This will now be forwarded to Congress and Senate and certified as urgent by President Duterte,” he added.

Piñol said defense secretary Delfin Lorenzana highlighted the advantages of the ROTC revival during the meeting. According to the defense chief, ROTC instills patriotism, love of country, moral and spiritual values, respect for human rights and adherence to Constitution.

ROTC is one of the three programsof students who will undergo NSTP. Other components of the program are the Civic Welfare Training Service, which will require students to participate in development programs and community service initiatives and the Literacy Training Service, which will allow students to teach public school students basic skills.

The mandatory ROTC was scrapped in 2002 following the death of University of Santo Tomas student Mark Chua, who exposed the alleged irregularities in his unit.


SSS assistance to victims of Resorts World incident

Following the untoward incident that occurred in Pasay City last week which took the lives of 37 individuals based on latest news reports, the Social Security System (SSS) on Monday said victims and family members may file their claims applications in the two help desks set up in the funeral parlors were the victims were brought to.
SSS said a help desk was set up in the two funeral parlors, namely Veronica and Rizal Funeral Parlor, to facilitate immediately the casualties’ claims. SSS initially wanted to setup the help desk in the Resorts World premises but the hotel is still in a lockdown. 

Injured individuals, meanwhile, which were brought to San Juan de Dios and Pasay General Hospital, were given SSS forms and were instructed properly on the requirements needed for filing. 

SSS had also coordinated with the management of Resorts World Manila and Marriott Hotel and were provided with the official list of the 13 employees and their addresses and 22 guests who died in the incident to conduct immediate investigation or fact of death on the wake of casualties that were not interviewed on the two funeral parlors. The casino management is yet to identify two additional casualties recovered from the incident. 

To date, SSS is processing five funeral claim applications for RWM employees.  SSS said it immediately formed a special team that will assist the victims and/or their family members to file and claim their benefits under the state-run pension fund. 

Press Con Of Roma Wellness Center


Staffs and Officers of  ROMA  Wellness Center
Standing from right : Several  staffs  of ROMA  Wellness Center , Mayette  Roldan                 ( Sales & Operations Manager ), middle – Rochelle  Anne  Pulig – ( GM  of  ROMA                   Wellness Center ),


Press Launch Of Roma Wellness Center @ Sea Residences MOA Pasay City

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ROMA WELLNESS CENTER had a soft launched last May 26 at the ground floor of Sea Residences Pasay  City  and was attended by several media practitioners.
ROMA  WELLNESS  CENTER   is  expert  on  aesthetic services  and  has  several  skin care experts  changing the lives of thousands of people who have been reborn with their new you. The center offers a complete line up of  non-surgical services, slimming and weight management  &  health spa  — truly your one-stop-shop aesthetic choice.
ROMA WELLNESS CENTER  is committed to be the trusted choice in non surgical aesthetic enhancements. With a proven track record and a complete line of beauty experts,  ROMA WELLNESS CENTER espouses beauty with credibility. their tenet is for their clients to reach the goal of physical perfection.  The center is manage by Miss   Rochelle  Anne  Pulig  – General Manager of  ROMA  WELLNESS CENTER.
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SSS disburses over P15M annual incentive benefit to OFWs in 2016

The Social Security System (SSS) said over the weekend that the annual incentive benefits (AIB), disbursed to qualified Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in 2016, jumped by 18.1 percent to P15.5 million from the P13.15 million provided in the previous year.
SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc said the number of qualified OFWs with active accounts under the SSS Flexi-fund program benefited from the AIB disbursed in 2016 increased by 7 percent to 43,035 from the 40,216 in 2015.
“The number of OFWs enrolled in our Flexi-fund program is really inspiring. This is an evidence that our OFW-members are starting to invest more for their future, when the days of working far from their families is over and done, rest assured that the SSS is here to assist them to achieve their long-term financial security,” Dooc said.
The Flexi-fund program is a voluntary provident fund program which serves as mechanism for OFWs to save a portion of their income abroad and maximize returns of their investment. It is offered exclusively to OFWs and is designed to supplement the benefits under the regular SSS program.
Under the Flexi-fund, savings are sourced from payments not lower than P200, paid in excess of the required regular SSS contributions. Amounts are invested in fixed income securities and the interest rates are based on the average rates of SSS’ short-term placements or 91-day Treasury bill, whichever is higher, re-priced quarterly.
SSS said members’ equity as of end-2016 amounted to P606.91 million while actual investment income for the same year reached P28.5 million, of which P11.25 million was already credited to members’ accounts as guaranteed earnings.
The combined AIB and guaranteed earnings increased the total amount credited to individual Flexi-fund accounts to P26.78 million in 2016, a 25 percent-increase from the P21.37 million credited in 2015.
The AIB was launched in 2012 to encourage OFWs to maintain and increase their retirement savings with SSS. It is granted to members with no full Flexi-fund withdrawals and benefit claims within the applicable year.
“The AIB amount depends on the Flexi-fund’s year-end net investment income and is distributed based on the individual equity shares of all qualified members. Thus, members with higher Flexi-fund savings get bigger AIB amounts,” Dooc explained.
The maximum AIB credited to a member’s account in 2016 reached P136,498 while the average AIB per individual is P361.
OFWs can view their AIB amount, Flexi-fund account status, and other SSS membership records by registering at the My.SSS online service portal at the SSS Website (www.sss.gov.ph).
They may also inquire more about the Flexi-fund with the SSS OFW Contact Services Section through service hotlines (632) 364-7796 and 364-7798 or by e-mail at ofw.relations@sss.gov.ph.