Documentation of our NSTP OUTREACH PROGRAM
In partial fulfillment
National Service Training Program
Catleen Glo Madayag
Maam Milcah Libot
God has been in this documentation, in giving such strength and guidance that taccomplish this documentation paper.
I would like to thank and extend my profound gratitude to those who helped me, such a way and even in a small way.
Mr. Romy G. Ebi, my subject teacher who gave his valuable guidance for his worthy advice and warm support during the implementation of our OUTREACH PROGRAM.
Finally, I wishes to express my unending thanks to my parents who made scarifies, financial and moral support which made this outreach program a successful one.
And to our teacher who allowed us to write and construct a action paper and who support and give us strength and encouragement in all our endeavors.
We dedicate also this Action plan to all the AMAers who give information.
To our almighty GOD who always protecting and guiding us in our daily living.
To all who mentioned above for without you this action plan will not be successful one.
National Service Training Program (NSTP) is a program aimed at enhancing civic consciousnessand defense preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three program components. Its various components are specially designed to enhance youth’s active contribution to the general welfare. This Act was made to answer the movement to abolish ROTC and others to create reform of the program.
The Act affirmed that the prime duty of the government was to serve and protect its citizens. In turn, it shall be the responsibility of all the citizens to defend the security of the State and because of this the government may require each citizen to render personal, military or civil service. Recognizing the youth's vital role in national building, the State shall promote civic consciousness among the youth and shall develop their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism, nationalism and advance their involvement in public and civic affairs.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) - is a program institutionalized under sections 38 of RA 7077 designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense
Literacy Training Service (LTS) - is a program designed to train students to become teachers of literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out of school youth, and other segments of society in need of their service.
Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) - refers to programs or activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community of the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and morals of the citizenry.
CWTS is an avenue for students, the youth to partake in the general welfare of the community. Its intention is to promote a more community based activity that the students can involve themselves through immersions and program planning.
An acronym was coined for the NSTP-CWTS dimensions of development, SERVICE. This stands for:
S-afety and Security
V-alues Formation and Moral Recovery
I-ndustry and Entrepreneurship
C-are for Health
1. Safety and Security - This area involves disaster preparedness during fire, earthquake or other calamity that needs immediate response from any trained civilians during emergency situations. Basic life saving seminar, fire drill and the like are some of these examples.
2. Education - This area involves enhancement of institutional support materials and facilities for the community and school such as providing materials containing basic literacy skills for pre-schoolers, alternative learning system for out-of-school youths and adults, mathematics and science tutorials and extended services of skilled students.
3. Recreation - This area involves sports fest, parlor games for street children and painting that enrich youth’s capacities to relate with one another in the community.
4. Values Formation and Moral Recovery - This involves the development of youth to be good leaders, responsible individuals imbued with good moral values and active agent of development of the community.
5. Industry and Entrepreneurship - This area includes programs and activities that are vital to economic growth. CWTS students demonstrate technical skills in communities like meat processing, silkscreen making and how to establish small business.
6. Care for Health - This area aims to give knowledge on medical-related fields and extend health services needed in the community. It includes medical services like first-aid operation, vaccination, info dissemination, basic life saving seminars, heath / nutrition technical assistance and training of youth to be first aid assistants.
7. Environment - This area inculcates environmental awareness and its contribution to health and related fields. It involves management of waste, environmental protection, dissemination and application of technologies supportive of the community needs and livelihood activities related to environment and other related fields supportive of the national
NARRATIVE REPORT ON HEALTH CARE SEMINAR AND FEEDING ROGRAM AT MALVAR, SANTIAGO CITY
Children’s Feeding Program at designed to help children who have a medical or behavioral issue that impedes their feeding and growth. Treatment is geared to help a child overcome feeding issues and establish proper feeding and nutritional habits so that additional health problems can be avoided.
Health care, or healthcare, refers to the treatment and management of illness, and the preservation of health through services offered by the medical, pharmaceutical, dental, clinical laboratory sciences (in vitro diagnostics), nursing, and allied health professions. Health care embraces all the goods and services designed to promote health, including “preventive, curative and palliative interventions, whether directed to individuals or to populations”.
February 21, 2009, at Brgy . Malvar Santigo City AMA NSTP students held an Outreach Program it was the health care seminar and feeding program for the malnourish child of the said Barangay. At 7:00 in the morning Romy G. Ebi the NSTP adviser of AMACC students cheeked the attendance. At 7:30 we proceed to Malvar community center. At exactly 9 o’clock Health care seminar start. Nursing students manage the seminar, allied teach the Malvar selected children with proper nutrition. Before 10 o’clock parlor game (with prize) hosted by lolito and eric , and some singing intermission was done manage by the T1 concerned. At 10 o’ clock was the feeding program. And all AMACC NSTP students feed the child they choose. After the feeding program, brgy Malvar gave their message to thanks AMACC for helding our outreach to their brgy, then Nursing students demonstrate how to brush teeth in a proper way and all selected children of Malvar simultaneously Brush their teeth.
Then last but not the least NSTP students clean the Malvar Community center.
With the warm support of the brgy official of Malvar, and NSTP adviser, the first outreach program successfully done at exactly 5:00 pm.
NARRATIVE REPORT ON TREE PLANTING PROGRAM AT ILOT CORDON ISABELA.
Trees…Release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide to freshen the air we
breathe. Each of us inhales 35 pounds of oxygen daily, all from plants. Every day, we need seven trees to convert our carbon dioxide to oxygen. Remove ozone and other air pollutants, as well as trap dust and dirt.. Save energy and reduce cooling costs. Trees strategically placed around a home can shade the home in the summer, cutting air-conditioning costs, and act as windbreaks in the winter, cutting heating costs. Trees also act like air conditioners, releasing cooling moisture into the air.
Last February 28, 2009 at Brgy. Ilot, Cordon, Isabela, AMACC Santiago Campus NSTP held the Tree Planting Program entitled “Sagip Kalikasan”. Section T1 was the section assigned to assist the tree planting. At exactly 7:00 am, all NSTP students proceed first in the Heritage first floor to check the attendance and tree guard of the students one by one. At 8:00 am is the arrival to DENR, Ilot, Cordon. At 8:30 am, everybody prepared their own tree guard, then the DENR officer show what is the proper way how to plant seedlings. At exactly 9:00, we proceed to the area where we can plant our seedling (Tagumbao).
And lastly, exactly 11:00 am the Tree Planting Program successfully done with the help of the DENR, NSTP adviser and with the coordination of AMACC Santiago Campus NSTP students.
"health care seminar and feeding program "
Proceeding to Malvar Community Center
The Malvar Selected Children
Feeding the selected children of Malvar
Selected children of Malvar simultaneously Brush their teeth.
free BP taking for the Malvar Citizen
Tree Guard Making of AMACC Santiago Campus
AMACC Santiago Campus NSTP students Plant the seedlings