ARMM hymn

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MB: Legless Muslim child finally goes to school thanks to education program

By Ali G. Macabalang, published March 27, 2013

COTABATO CITY – Relatives and friends of a legless Muslim kid are all praises to a Bangladesh-founded education program for enabling her to go to school and seek knowledge ordained of her in Islam.

Seven-year old Alibay M. Katua was born with no legs but she has started fulfilling her dream to study in a remote village in Maguindanao where the government has put up the community’s first ever school under the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC)-assisted education program, official said.

Katua is one of several thousands of out-of-school youth now studying in community learning centers that have been established in areas of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao that have no public schools, according to Noor Saada, assistant secretary of the ARMM’s education department.

In February last year, Australia partnered with BRAC, one of the world’s largest non-government bodies, through the Basic Education Assistance for Muslim Mindanao (BEAM) to provide learning opportunities for children from far-flung areas in ARMM that do not have public schools, Saada said.

Through the BEAM Project, 410 community learning centers have been established to date, servicing 11,879 students in 301 communities in ARMM, the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) said.

In the next four years, an estimated 1,200 pre-primary and 400 primary schools will be set up to provide this unique learning opportunity for more than 42,000 children, the foreign assistance agency said.

It said the BEAM program is a long term commitment of Australia to improve access and quality of basic education especially for the most disadvantaged children in conflict affected areas in Mindanao, with a mission to help improve the participation, completion and performance of Filipino Muslim children in schools and provide learning opportunities for children in remote communities without public schools.

To enable the legless Alibay to go to school without much physical assistance, BRAC-BEAM officials gave her a modern wheelchair.

“The provision of wheelchair to our daughter is a big bonus to our daughter’s realized dream to go to school. Our hearts overflow with gratitude,” Saada quoted Alibay’s mother, Kapisa Katua as saying.

Source: http://www.mb.com.ph/article.php?aid=5259&sid=1&subid=5#.UVZ3KxeqneY

ARMM pushes equitable growth in countryside

By ALI G. MACABALANG

COTABATO CITY – Incumbent officials of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao pin hope their convergent program for health, education, livelihood, peace and security (HELPS) services to narrow down development inequities in the region’s mostly impoverished villages.

The HELPS program has been conceived with three main intents: To truly bring the government closer to villages; to narrow down growth inequities in rural areas; and to enable state officials to immerse with villagers and uncover gray areas in the countryside, according to ARMM OIC-Governor Mujiv Hataman, who infused the scheme into his regional reform agenda.

A first of its kind in the country, the program was piloted last February at a secluded village in Al-Barkha, a town in Basilan, which authorities classified as a “violent-prone” component of the being the scene of recent bloody skirmishes involving government forces, suspected Abu Sayyaf bandits, and guerillas of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MIILF).

Al-Barkha is the home province of Hataman and, at the same time, composed of villages known to be enclaves of or influenced by MILF guerillas and partly by Abu Sayyaf bandits, military and police reports said.

From Basilan, the teams of ARMM line agencies with pooled resources and synchronized plans of actions launched consequently the program in other impoverished villages of Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao and Tawi-Tawi in later part of February and March, participating officials said.

ARMM OIC-Vice Governor Bainon Karon, who iis concurrent regional social welfare secretary, said the province of Sulu would be covered by the program after the Lenten season.

Muslims do not observe the Lenten holidays but they “sympathize” with Christian workers and prospected recipients of the planned interventions, Karon clarified.

The convergence program intends to cover 153 poor villages in the whole of ARMM and that all regional cabinet secretaries are involved in the interventions, Hataman said.

“Cabinet secretaries are mandated to be present in every conduct of the program so they can better assess the situation on the ground, learn more about what the people need and in effect create a functional community,” he said said.

In the villages already covered in Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Tawi-Tawi and Maguindanao, villagers welcomed the convergent services with similar expressed thoughts that their communities had been bereft of comprehensive government services.

Some village officials even shed tears at the sight alone of higher government officials reaching out to them amid difficulties in cruising bad roads in the rural communities.
What makes the convergent program equally elating is its characteristic of complementing the national and provincial governments’ presence in the countryside, Hataman said.

National, regional and provincial officials join hands to “bring basic services and infrastructure projects right at the doorstep of those who really need them,” he said.

The amount already spent for the convergent program was not readily available, but Hataman said another P1.5 billion has been allocated to various infrastructure projects for development of roads, bridges and wharves mostly in the island provinces of Sulu, Tawi-Tawi and Basilan.

Hataman clarified that the convergent program is apolitical, promising he would not exploit it to advance his candidacy for ARMM governor in the May 13, 2013 elections.

“I will not use even a single cent from the government coffer for me campaign. Our electorate can rest assured of this,” Hataman stressed. (Ali G. Macabalang)

Source: https://www.facebook.com/myrnajo.henry/posts/10200230047968681

PPD Head Marjuni Maddi attended joint graduation at Laminusa Island

DepEd-ARMM PDD chief Marjuni Maddi delivering the message of
Regional Secretary Atty. Jamar M. Kulayan
Elementary schools at Laminusa Island, Sulu, organized a joint district graduation exercises on March 27, 2013, at the Panglima Idlana Tincun E/S grounds. Present at the joint graduation exercises are Grade 6 graduates from Panglima Saipudin E/S, Panglima Idlana Tingcun E/S, Laminusa West E/S, Laminusa Laud I E/S,  Laminusa Laud II E/S,  Buan G/S, Duggo E/S, Sioweng E/S, Punungan E/S, Silumpak E/S and Panglima Ikbala E/S.

Hadja Rosita A. Abdusali, Distrcit Supervisor, emphasized the value of education and encourage parents to continue supporting their children's education.

Representing the Regional Secretary Atty Jamar M. Kualayan was PDD chief Marjuni Maddi. In his message, Mr Maddi shared abut K to 12 policy and what it intends to accomplish. He echoed PNoy's focus on K to 12, "sa K to 12, tiwala tayong mabibigyang-lakas si Juan dela Cruz upang mapaunlad—hindi lamang ang kanyang sarili at pamilya—kundi maging ang buong bansa”.

This year's joint graduation exercises was the first time it was attended by a regional official.

Mr Maddi also attended the graduation exercises at the Notre Dame of Siasi and Laminusa National High School.

Solicitation of news and feature articles

DepEd-ARMM Regional Office is soliciting news and feature articles from the divisions, districts and schools throughout the region. It is observed that many school, district and division activities, a number of which are pioneering by nature, go largely unnoticed at the regional level. The motivation for regional exposure is to share around good practice, lessons learned, creativity and innovation.

News articles should contain basic facts - what, why, when, where and who. Writers are expected to observe basic grammar rules. A photo or two will help.

Feature articles should be clear, concise and compelling. Aside from observing basic grammar rules, feature articles are expected to go beyond cognition level, towards exposure of creativity and innovation.

Advisers of school papers are also encouraged to share and submit their school paper (MS Word format).

Teachers, pupils and students who have submitted at least one article every month for one year shall be issued a Certificate of Merit.

Articles maybe emailed directly to asecsaada@gmail.com

MSU-TCTO joins K to 12 teacher training

L-R:  Prof. Alfredo R. Matolo, CED Dean  Dr. Elvinia A. Alivio, Provincial Tourism Officer Ms. Salvacion Dr. Abubakar and MSU-TCTO Chancellor Atty. Lorenzo S. Reyes.
Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, March 26, 2013 – The Office-in-charge of the Bureau of Secondary Education met top officials of the Mindanao State University-Tawi-Tawi College of Technology and Oceanography (MSU-TCTO) earlier this afternoon to follow through the request made earlier this month by DepED-ARMM Secretary Atty Jamar M. Kulayan for a partnership in regard to the K to 12 mass training of Grade 8 teachers which shall be scheduled between April 22 up to May 2013.

Sec. Kulayan along with other DepED-ARMM Regional Officials made the decision to tap TEIs accessible to the Grade 8 teacher-trainees in their respective divisions in a convergence meeting with the DepED-Central Officials. The first round of convergence to this effect was with Usec Varela along with other Assistant Secretaries in mid December of 2012. Followed by the 2nd round on February 8 with Usec Quijano and Dr. Beatriz Torno, the Director of the Teacher Education Council.

The MSU-TCTO accepted the offer.The MSU-TCTO is to train the 248 Grade 8 teachers of Tawi-Tawi Division. Other partner TEIs in the region is Notre Dame of Jolo College (NDJC) - to train teachers from Sulu division. Basilan and Lamitan City Divisions opted to be with the mainland group (Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur divisions, and negotiation with prospective TEIs for these divisions is still going on.

BSE OIC graced TTSAT 33rd graduation exercises

(L to R) TTSAT Principal Mohammad Nur Tidal, BSE OIC Dr Fatima Abubakar,
guest speaker and TTSAT alumna Jeva Jalim and PTCA President.
The Tawi-Tawi School of Arts and Trades (TTSAT) held its 33rd graduation exercises last March 25, 2013 at the TTSAT Open Stage grounds.

The processional started at exactly 4:00 P.M. making the occasion an afternoon delight for everyone as the sun was on its final descend to set.  The affair was surrounded by ambiance of pride and fulfillment on the part of the parents, the faculty and the graduating students along with their relatives and friends.

A sense of pride and fulfillment on the part of the commencement speaker, Ms. Jeva J. Jalim, who herself is a proud alumna of TTSAT, who related her high school experience and how her preparation helped her in college and in her professional life.

ARMM RG Mujiv Hataman and DepEd-ARMM RS Atty Jamar Kulayan was represented by Dr Fatima Abubakar, the OIC of the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE).

PhilStar: ARMM opens bidding process to media, peace advocates

COTABATO CITY, Philippines - The autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao on Wednesday awarded contracts to private establishments following bidding processes observed by journalists and peace activists.

The contracts' signing, held at the Office of the Regional Governor, was also witnessed by members of the media.

The procurement contracts include the supply-and-delivery of various types of heavy engineering equipment worth P16.6 million; and motor vehicles amounting to P9.5 million, for the regional Department of Public Works and Highways.

The contract was awarded to the United Asia Automotive Group, the lowest bidder.

The office of ARMM Public Works Secretary Emil Sadain also entered into a consultancy and services contract with the Woodfields Consultants Inc. worth P13.3 million. Woodfields would conduct feasibility studies and engineering designs for a water supply and drainage project in Sumisip, Basilan; the rehabilitation and expansion of the water supply system in Jolo, Sulu; the improvement of Jolo’s road and drainage networks; and the development of a “transcentral” road that would connect Lamitan City, provincial capital of Basilan, to Sumisip town in the west of the island province.

The ORG also facilitated the grant of contracts to other firms for the construction of 100 units of core shelters for poor Muslim beneficiaries; the procurement of emergency and rescue vehicles for disaster operations; and consultancy services for the open governance system project of the regional government.
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John Magno, the ORG’s chief-of-staff, said the bidding processes that preceded the awarding of contracts were undertaken according to the rules prescribed by the Commission on Audit and the charter of ARMM, the Republic Act 9054.

“What made the procurement activities more unique was the presence of observers from the print and media communities in Mindanao, and representatives from different peace advocacy organizations and humanitarian outfits helping improve governance in the ARMM. This is an innovation initiated by our regional governor,” Magno said.

Among the journalists present in Wednesday’s signing of contracts by ARMM officials, led by Gov. Mujiv Hataman, and the firms that won the public biddings, were Wilnard Basilonia of the Catholic station dxMS, reporters of different newspapers, and members of the Regional Communications Group. - John Unson

BME validates madaris in Basilan

The Bureau of Madaris Education personnel together with the BEAM-ARMM and Central Office travelled to Basilan on March 11 to 15, 3013, to validate Madaris that applied for financial assistance from Central Office and also as part of the validation process of BEAM-ARMM on the selected madaris to be assisted by the Project. The composite team inspected five (5) Madaris to assess if they qualified for the financial assistance and visited 9 pre-identified madaris in five (5) municipalities in Basilan for incoming "developmental madaris", accompanied by ALIVE and Madrasah Coordinators. 

Some members of the team still all smile despite having to talk on foot
to their waiting launch boat after visiting a community madrasah.
(Photo c/o Parida Panda)
The output of the validation will lead to the final selection of qualified Madaris to be assisted by the BEAM-ARMM and for the Central Office financial assistance. Orientation of the developmental Madrasah operators, assessment on the assistance needed and review the condition of each madrasah, re-sustainability of the madrasah in the process.

Wide information dissemination on the programs of the BME before the ground validation to these Madaris has help in the positive result of the inspection. Out of 5 madaris 4 qualified for pre-report on Occular Inspection and all 9 pre-identified Madaris for BEAM express their willingness to implement the Curriculum for Madrasah.

The Madaris that were visited are situated on different island in Basilan thus, the team had a hard time dealing with the scheduled since the high tide and low tide matters on the island. At one visit, the team was stranded for a night in one island with no electricity, potable water and no extra clothes. The team experienced walking on the middle of the sea on low tide just to go through the boat that will bring them to another island in the temperature so hot.

The attendance/involvement of the barangay officials and Madaris Coordinator greatly facilitated the activity. Their familiarity of the area abridged the time in visiting all the identified madaris in Basilan. Their presence also ensured the safety of the team.

Nonetheless, the team was happy despite the experiences. That is with in mind, that they are there to bring change to the lives of the children, for the children to have an access to education in which we all believe that will change their future for better if not for the best. (Parida Panda, BME)

Maguindanao 2 Division inaugurates new division office

The Division of Maguindanao 2 inaugurated today its new 2-storey office building at the corner of the vast Tenorio E/S grounds, DOS, Maguindanao.  The inauguration was graced by Congresswoman Bai Sandra Sema, Asec Noor Saada and Mayor Lester Sinsuat. The former and small division office will be turned over to Sarilikha NHS.

In her welcome remarks, SDS Alibai Aliuden recognized the efforts of key officials during the graduation month, and refer to this inauguration activity as a way to promote rapport and motivate each other.

Asec Noor Saada extolled the effort of the SDS Aliuden and her team. The 2-storey building was a product of pooling of resources. He recognized that as people of faith, personnel should be grateful to the people who made this happen as a way of acknowledging God's grace.

Congresswoman Sema on her part reiterated her concern for the flight of the teachers. She stated her leadership in Congress in pushing for the synchronization of the regional national and local elections to free the teachers from the tedious election roles.

She turned over a van for use in school supervision and monitoring. She also turned over traveling bag to school heads and teachers in her congressional district.

Congresswoman Bai Sandra Sema turning over a traveling bag to SDS Alibai Aliuden
as Asec Noor Saada and AO Saidatur Pahm look on. The congresswoman distributed the same
to all school heads and teachers in her congressional district.
Photo c/o Bruce Matabalao
The ceremony culminated with the traditional kanduli.

BEAM-ARMM ADM opens door for a child with special needs

COTABATO CITY – True to its mission of empowering people to realize their potentials to the fullest, BRAC Philippines through local partner, Kapagawida Development Services Association, Inc. (KDSAI), provides wheelchair to a Grade 1 learner who has a congenital mobility impairment on 17 March, this year, in Buluan town.

Seven-year old Alibay M. Katua of BRAC Learning Center in Barangay Upper Silling, Buluan, province of Maguindanao, was born with no legs but the impairment did not hinder her to attend class every day.

Despite the disability, Alibay did not lose hope that one day, like any able children, she too will be in school. Her parents, Akmad and Kapisa, are already thankful that her daughter able to receive free education through the BRAC Learning Center.

“The provision of wheelchair to our daughter is a big bonus. This is too much. Our hearts are overflowing with gratitude,” Kapisa Katua said with teary eyes.



Rehana Angeles, Alibay’s learning facilitator said, “The activity gave a sense of hope not only to Alibay’s family but to all parents. BRAC is really genuine in creating a discrimination-free environment.”

The turn-over ceremony was attended by Department of Education-Maguindao Division 1 Coordinator for BRAC, Sammy M. Modales; BRAC Philippines Provincial Manager for Maguindanao, Md. Abdullah-Al-Mahtab Khan; Barangay Upper Silling Chairman, Jayson M. Lantong and KDSAI Executive Director Nomairie Mustapha.

The establishment of Upper Silling BRAC Learning Center is part of Alternative Delivery Model Project under the Basic Education Assistance in Muslim Mindanao (BEAM-ARMM) Program funded by Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID).


Feature: A hungry boy inspires

By Samita Gutoc-Tomawis, Assemblywoman, Sectoral Representative, Regional Legislative Assembly

Marawi - Yesterday at the Northwest District graduation in Marawi City, I met a Grade 6 graduate , a boy who has studied under challenge. Coming from a poor family, he could go to school at times without breakfast and makes up with it by going to school on time everyday (so that he forget hunger).

He reminds us in Government of the whole value and virtue of sacrifice, and why we are working, why we need to fight vote-buying and save up on public resources, so that the 5 pesos or 5000 pesos bought for a vote can instead go to a chalk or a classroom construction .

During the speech, I shared this story of an Iranian brother and sister in an Academy Award film-nominated CHILDREN OF HEAVEN who shared one shoe:

"The film starts with Ali (Amir Farrokh Hashemian) fetching his little sister Zahra's (Bahare Seddiqi), pink shoes after a cobbler has repaired them. He leaves them unattended to buy some potatoes. While he is pre-occupied, a garbageman accidentally picks up the shoes, hidden in a bag, and takes them away. Frantic to find them, the young boy knocks over crates of vegetables and is chased away by the grocer.

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Ali's family lives in a poor South Tehran neighbourhood, and are having financial trouble, so he fears to tell his parents about the mishap. The landlord argues with Ali's mother (Fereshte Sarabandi) because she is five months behind on the rent, and the grocer has not been paid in a while either. Ali tells Zahra about the shoes and begs her not to tell their mother; she agrees. That night, Ali's father (Reza Naji) scolds him for not helping his ill mother when she asked. While the siblings were doing their homework, they passed notes to each other discussing what to do. They devise a scheme to share Ali's Converse sneakers: Zahra will wear them to school in the morning and return them to Ali at midday so he can attend afternoon classes. Ali does well on a test and his teacher (Dariush Mokhtari) awards him a gold-colored pen; he gives it to Zahra to partially make up for losing her shoes. However, the uncomfortable arrangement between him and his sister leads to Ali being late three times in a row, no matter how hard he runs; the first time the principal ignores him, the second time he gives him a warning, the third time he tells Ali to leave and return with his father. Ali's teacher (Dariush Mokhtari) persuades the principal to give the boy one more chance and let him back into class.

One day, Zahra notices her missing pink shoes on another student, Roya's (Nafise Jafar-Mohammadi), feet. After class, Zahra secretly follows Roya home. She later brings Ali with her for a confrontation, but from hiding, they discover that Roya's father (Mohammed-Hasan Hosseinian), the garbageman, is blind, so they decide to leave. When Roya does well in her studies, her father buys her new purple shoes and throws away Zahra's. Zahra is dismayed when she finds out from her new friend.

Ali's father, anxious to earn more money, borrows some gardening equipment and heads off with Ali to the rich suburbs of North Tehran to find some gardening work. They try many places without success, though Ali proves to be a great help to his tongue-tied father. Finally, they come upon a mansion in which a six-year-old boy named Alireza (Mohammed-Hossein Shahidi) lives under the care of his grandfather (Kazem Asqarpoor). While Ali plays with Alireza, his father works. When he is finished, Ali's father is surprised and elated by how generous the grandfather is. On the way home, Ali mentions in passing that Zahra could use a new pair of shoes; his father says that new shoes for his children is a good idea, however, their elation is short lived as their bicycle's brakes fail and the father is slightly injured in the resulting crash.

Finally, Ali learns of a high-profile children's long distance footrace involving many schools; the third prize is one week at a vacation camp and a pair of sneakers. To his bitter disappointment, in a hard-fought dash to the finish, he accidentally places first instead. Ali returns home where Zahra is waiting for him. However, before he can reveal to his sister his disappointment in his placement in the race, she is called away by their mother. In a separate scene, there is a quick shot of the children's father's bicycle as he's riding home, showing a pair of white and a pair of pink shoes among his purchases. In the final shot, Ali is dejected as his sneakers are torn from the race—he is then shown dipping his bare blistered feet in a pool. Some versions include an epilogue revealing that Ali eventually achieves success in a racing career."

DepEd-ARMM 4th in Makabayan at the National Tilt

DepEd-ARMM participants to the National Quiz Bee - Grand Finals.
DepEd-ARMM participated in the National Quiz Bee Summit and Grand Finals recently held in Tagaytay City. The participants were the winners in the Regional Eliminations held last March 01, 2013 in Cotabato City. Basilan and Marawi City represented elementary Makabayan and Mathematics subjects, respectively. Maguindanao II represented secondary science category.

All sixteen (16) regions in the country were represented in the grand finals. ARMM took home 4th place in elementary Makabayan -through pupil Ericka Joyce Reynera and coach Janeth Ismael of Concepcion CES, Lantawan District, Basilan division.

DepED-ARMM Regionl Officials who witnessed the grand finals were Dr. Fatima B. Abubakar, Ma. Celeste T. Padla and Abdul-Aziz Iya. - (By Dr Fatima Abubakar, BSE)

Requirements for Promotion

Credentials required for promotion are as follows:

  1. Form 33(Appointment form) 
  2. PDS / Form 212 (3 sets - completely filled-up) 
  3. PRC License (duly authenticated by the PRC) 
  4. School Credentials / TOR (authenticated by the school registrar 
  5. Special Order of Separation - Approved by SDS(if applicable) 
  6. Panunumpa / Oath of Office 
  7. Position Description Form (PDF) 
  8. Attested Appointment of the former Incumbent(if applicable) 
  9. SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilites & Networth 
  10. Updated Service Record 
  11. Division / Regional Ranking List Performance Rating for the last two(2) rating period

Requirements for Re-Employment

Re-employment pertains to those holding "provisional" and "temporary"status, which normally has to be renewed annually.

The requirements as set by CSC-ARMM are as follows:
  1. Form 33(Appointment form) 
  2. PDS / Form 212 (3 sets - completely filled-up) 
  3. PRC License (duly authenticated by the PRC) 
  4. School Credentials / TOR (authenticated by the school registrar 
  5. Panunumpa / Oath of Office 
  6. Position Description Form (PDF) 
  7. SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilities & Networth)
  8. Certification from CSC (non-eligible) for provisional, temporary appointment
  9. Updated Service Record

Requirements for those with approved DBM reclassification

There are two processes involved in reclassification:

(1) Evaluation of credentials at the Regional Office and submission of the same, if qualified, for DBM approval; and,

(2) Based on the DBM approval, preparation of appointment to effect the reclassified position.

Important: Those whose papers have been forwarded to DBM should wait for one calendar year for DBM processes to be completed. When a lower item has been reclassified to a higher position, the lower position is deemed abolished.

In response to queries from those with DBM approval, below are the requirements for appointment as prescribed by the CSC-ARMM:
  1. Form 33(Appointment form) 
  2. PDS / Form 212 (3 sets - completely filled-up) 
  3. PRC License (duly authenticated by the PRC) 
  4. School Credentials / TOR (authenticated by the school registrar 
  5. Panunumpa / Oath of Office 
  6. SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilites & Networth 
  7. Approved ERF / NOSCA 
  8. Updated Service Record

Requirements for Original Appointment

In response to queries from applicants, below are the requirements for original appointment as prescribed by the CSC-ARMM:
  1. Form 33(Appointment form) - To be provided by the concerned office
  2. Personal Data Sheet (PDS)/Form 212 (3 sets - completely filled-up) 
  3. PRC License (duly authenticated by the PRC) - Subject to verification using the PRC online system
  4. School Credentials/Transcript of Records (TOR) - authenticated by the school registrar 
  5. Special Order of Separation - Approved by SDS (for old item) 
  6. CS Form #211 (Medical Certificate) 
  7. Panunumpa/Oath of Office 
  8. Position Description Form (PDF) 
  9. Attested Appointment of the former Incumbent (for old item) 
  10. SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilities & Networth) 
  11. Assumption to duty 
  12. NBI Clearance 

Lacking requirements

The following prospective appointees have lacking requirements. It is requested that they accomplish these requirements as soon as possible. All compliance should be addressed to the Office of the Assistant Regional Secretary for Operations.

No.
NAME
LACKING REQUIREMENTS

LANAO DEL SUR II

1
NOBAISA M. MACALIPA
PRC LICENSE
2
NORILYN SABDULLA
PRC LICENSE
TOR AUTHENTICATED



3
SANIA S. AMEROL
PRC LICENSE
4
NORHANAH A. MAGUINUNKA
OATH OF OFFICE
5
ALMAIRA MAROHOM
PDS(picture)
6
ANIAH BALINDONG
PDS(properly filled-up)
OATH OF OFFICE
TOR AUTHENTICATED
7
REZA M. CORONADO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
8
REMIA T. SECHECO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
9
AIRAH M. MALAWANI
OATH OF OFFICE
10
MOSREFAH A. H SATAR
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
11
ISNAIRA M. ALI
PRC LICENSE
12
MARIA THERESA G. GUALBERTO
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
TOR AUTHENTICATED
13
ZOHAYNEE P. SARIP
TOR AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
14
MOSREFAH A. H. SATAR
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
15
RENIETA M. CHIO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PRC LICENSE
16
JASMIN M. DIMAKUTA
PRC LICENSE
17
RAWIYA S. BALINDONG
PRC LICENSE(thumbmark)
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PDS(properly filled-up)
18
TOHAMY P. AMPATUA
PDF(position description form)
19
RACMA R. DISANGOAN
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
PDS(2sets)
PRC AUTHENTICATED
TOR AUTHENTICATED
20
ALAIDA B. SANGCOPAN
OATH OF OFFICE
21
MOSMERA M. SARIP
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
22
SITTIE MUSTAPHA BONSALAGAN
OATH OF OFFICE
23
NEHARA A. H CAHAR
PDS(properly filled-up)
24
HAIFAH M. HADJI ALI
OATH OF OFFICE
25
RAIDA D. SARIP
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
26
TALHA B. PLAWAN
OATH OF OFFICE
27
JAMAIAH M. ABDULJALAL
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
28
SAMIA M. AMPOGA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PRC LICENSE
29
REZA S. MARAON
TOR AUTHENTICATED
30
FARIDAH M. JAMIL
PDS(properly filled-up)
PDF(position description form)
COPY OF PREVIOUS APPOINTMENT
OATH OF OFFICE
31
FARHANA G. DIMAPORO
DISAPPROVED APPOINTMENT OF ANNALIA A. DATUIMAM/S.O. TO BE ISSUED BY THE SDS

DIVISION MAGUINDANAO I

1
MOHAMADTAHA L. GUIAMALON
TOR AUTHENTICATED
2
ZAINODIN A. USOP
PDS(properly filled-up w/picture)
3
PAROK P. DANGAN
PRC LICENSE
4
NIDA CORAZON G. CALACSAN                      
TOR AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
5
 BEVERLY L. ALINDAO
OATH OF OFFICE
6
ANIPA B. MOKALID
TOR AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE

DIVISION OF LANAO DEL SUR I-A

1
TIARDE C. DARIMBANG
PDS(properly filled-up)
TOR AUTHENTICATED
2
JOHAIRAH M. SULTAN
OATH OF OFFICE
3
SAADA S. IBRAHIM
OATH OF OFFICE
4
SITTIE ASIYA G. CUARO
OATH OF OFFICE
5
ANALYN M. GUILING
OATH OF OFFICE
6
ROHAIDAH MAAMOR
OATH OF OFFICE

DIVISION OF LANAO DEL SUR I-B

1
DIMASIGUE P. MACATANONG
PRC LICENSE(2 copies)
2
BOLAWAN D. BAYABAO
PRC LICENSE(2 copies)
TOR AUTHENTICATED
3
RAKIMAH U. SACAR
PRC LICENSE(2 copies)
4
SINAYANAN B. MOHAMAD
PDS(properly filled-up)
OATH OF OFFICE
5
MARIAM T. ARIRAYA
OATH OF OFFICE
6
LAILANIE L. DIMAOCOR
OATH OF OFFICE
PDS(properly filled-up)
7
ROCMA S. AMBOR
TOR AUTHENTICATED
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NOVAISAH E. MACAPONGGIS
TOR AUTHENTICATED
9
RAISALAM S. NAGA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PDS(properly filled-up)
10
BONIARA D. LUMA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
11
NOVAISAH MACAPONGGIS
PDS(thumbmark)
TOR AUTHENTICATED
12
NORHATA B. BENITO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
13
JAMELAH I. MACUD
PDS(thumbmark/signature)
14
SALIHA C. DAUD
TOR AUTHENTICATED
15
NONISAH S. MASBUD
PDS(properly filled-up)
16
JAHRIA S. GURO
TOR(3sets)
PRC(2copies)
17
BERNARITH M. AMAIKURUT
PDS(1set)
TOR(2sets)
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
18
NORMILLION M. MAMOSACA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
19
NORAIMA ODAL
PRC AUTHENTICATED
TOR AUTHENTICATED
20
NORJANAH C. LOMABAO
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
21
NADER MAGOMNANG
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
22
SITTIE NAYRAH A. ARIONG
OATH OF OFFICE
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FAHAD M. SARIP
POSITION DESCRIPTION FORM
24
SARIPE M. LANTONG
OATH OF OFFICE
25
ZAWIYA M. ALAWIYA
PDS(properly filled-up)
26
SARIMAH U. HADJI YUSOPH
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
27
ROHANIFAH T. PANGCOGA
APPROVED APPOINTMENT OF AYAONBAE USUDAN AS TEACHER III
OATH OF OFFICE
28
NORFAISAH M. PANGCOGA
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
29
ALAISA S. GABAR
OATH OF OFFICE
30
BAIMONA B. ODAL
PRC LICENSE/CERTIFICATION AUTHENTICATED

DIVISION OF MAGUINDANAO II

1
AIDA M. MANABILANG
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
2
DIMANDAW M. AKANG
TOR AUTHENTICATED
3
ABDILA S. DIDO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
4
TAHIR M. SAMUD
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
5
CHEREE MAE D. KADIL
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
6
JAY P. BERSAMINA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
7
ABDUL TUNKU JUNAIDEE S. JASANI
TOR AUTHENTICATED
PDS(thumbmark)
8
MOHAMAD-SIDIK D. MUTENG
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE
9
SHERLINA C. MADDAN
PRC LICENSE AUTHENTICATED
10
LEDWINA R. LUMENDA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
11
LYNNE D. MOQUETE
TOR(2sets)
PDS(1set)
12
JOSEPHINE B. APROSTA
PDS(1set)
TOR(2sets)
13
MOHMINA A. PANANSARAN
TOR AUTHENTICATED
14
SARAH S. KABO
TOR(2sets)
PRC LICENSE/CERTIFICATION AUTHENTICATED
15
LOVELEEN DAWN D. VILLA
TOR AUTHENTICATED
OATH OF OFFICE
16
BERNADETTE A. OCLARINO
TOR AUTHENTICATED
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AILEEN H. LUBRIGAS
OATH OF OFFICE


"Matuwid na pamamahala tungo sa ARMM sa masagana't mapayapa"


English - "Good governance for a progressive and peaceful ARMM."

Sinama - "Hap pamarinta tudju ARMM na sambu maka salamat"

Bahasa Sug - "Dan mabuntul tudju pa ARMM masambu iban mahatul"

Meranaw - "Mathitu a kandatu sa ARMM ko katagompiya go kalilintad"