PCUP Officer-In-Charge Chloe T. Manlosa-Osano
Welcome and Congratulations, Officer-In-Charge Chloe T. Manlosa-Osano!
Alinsunod sa Memorandum Circular No. 1 na nilabas ng Office of the President na may katagang "Declaring Vacant Certain Positions in the Departments, Offices, Agencies and Bureaus in the Executive Department and Fixing Rules Therefor to Ensure Continuous and Effective Delivery of Service" nitong Hunyo 30 ng kasalukuyang taon, itinatalaga si FOD Visayas - Chief of Operations Chloe T. Manlosa-Osano, CSEE bilang Officer-in-Charge (OIC) ng Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor.
Si OIC Manlosa-Osano ay isang Licensed Environmental Planner at kasalukuyang Director ng PCUP - Field Operations Division for Visayas at siya ay patuloy na nagsisilbi rito mula pa noong taong 1999. Sa kanyang pag-aaral at pagsisilbi, binigyang pokus niya sa kaniyang post-graduate studies sa IHS- Erasmus University, The Netherlands at sa Israel ang usapin patungkol sa land management and informal resettlement regularization at housing and urban development, maging ang local economic development at alternative dispute management.
Sa halos tatlong dekada niyang serbisyo publiko, napatunayan ni OIC Manlosa-Osano ang kaniyang galing sa paglingap sa ating mga maralita, sa pagbabalangkas ng lokal na patakaran para sa mga mahihirap na tagalungsod; at sa pagsasaayos ng mga mga capability building programs na nakasentro sa partisipasyon ng mga maralita sa gobyerno, community and land-use formulation planning, at environmental and social management.
Inihayag ni OIC Manlosa-Osano na kanyang gagampanan ng buong-puso ang mga responsibilidad na nakaatang sa kanya bilang OIC ng Komisyon hanggang sa katapusan ng buwan ng Hulyo o kapag meron nang maitalaga ang ating Presidente at umaaasa siya na ang paparating na mga bagong opisyales ng Komisyon ay mas mapaglingkuran pa nito nang mas mainam ang ating mga maralitang tagalungsod.
'NEWS ALERT (June 30, 2022)'
30 June 2022
NEWS ALERT: PCUP to assist 15 million urban poor until yearend
The Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP) targets 15 million urban poor Filipinos for its economic benevolence program for the remaining half of the year.
Amid the transition period, PCUP is not abandoning its mission to look after the welfare of the urban poor sector as its top priority, said PCUP chair and chief executive officer Alvin Feliciano said.
He said the commission was able to set an all-time record of 10 million underprivileged Filipinos served by its programs and services aimed for their betterment last year.
He mentioned the agency’s prime programs of capability building programs; relief operations; food, health, scholarship, and accreditation caravans.
He said they were not remiss in helping to resolve issues of land tenure, and monitoring of demolition and eviction; and doing continuous efforts in aiding the urban poor during disasters, such as last year’s Taal eruption and the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In behalf of our Commission, we hope that next Chairperson and set of Commissioners to set foot in PCUP will be inspired of what we will left for the Commission, and may they continue to respond to the needs of our urban poor Filipinos, transforming their lives, one step at a time,” the PCUP undersecretary said. ###
via | Rio N. Araja, Manila Standard