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Tuesday, July 29, 2008


The first series of Seminar Workshop on Asian Urban Information Center of Kobe (AUICK)—Socio-Economic Information System was held at the Olongapo City Convention Center on July 25 to 26.

In line with Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr.’s aspirations to further strengthen the integration of population, environment and poverty eradication factors in the sustainable policies, plans and programs of Olongapo, Executive and Non-Executive committees participated in the said AUICK seminar.

The Executive Committee was participated in by Vice Mayor Cynthia Cajudo , Dr. Bryan Tubban and Jaime Elcano of City Health Office, Oliver Judes Lapid of City Population Office, Caroline Allas of CSWDO, Monette Aranilla of MIS, and Kagawad Beth Albanda of Barrio Barretto for the Association of Barangay Chairman (ABC). The Non-Executive Committees consisted of DepEd, CENRO/DENR, PNP-Olongapo, DTI-Zambales, NSO, City Civil Registrar, and BIR. The secretariat were Eric Sanchez, Dolor Milanio, Lino Mañago, Kristina Ebalo, Adrian Raagas and Jane Salgado, all from the Research Section of CPDO.

The said seminar is part of the city’s privileges in being one of AUICK’s associate cities. AUICK is an international cooperation non-governmental organization which was established in 1989 with the support of the United Nations Population Fund and the government of Kobe City, Japan. The organization aims to build extensive human networks with medium-sized cities in Asia as a means to assist in the resolution of population and urban problems.

It is the first of three series of seminars that the Olongapo City Socio-Economic Information System will be conducting. Series 2 will be held on August 15 to 16, and series 3 will be held on August 28.


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