ABOUT THE CMC CENTER FOR SOCIAL ACTION

 

Central
Mindanao Colleges, through the Center for Social Action Office, aims to share
the institution’s academic resources and intellectual expertise in upholding
social awareness and responsiveness, to encourage productive and self-reliant
action geared towards change in the socio-economic condition of the people, to
support holistic human development and to push further the promotion of
environmental sustainability and expand internal and external linkages. 
 

 

CMC
CARES: Collaborative Action and Responsive Extension Services is aligned with
our school objectives in Upholding social awareness, improving the
socio-economic conditions of the Community, and promoting environmental
sustainability by initiating the development and implementation of socially
responsive programs.

 

Dr. Jaymie
A. Rellon – Community Extension and External Affairs Officer

Facebook
page : 

CMC-Center
for Social Action 
https://www.facebook.com/cmc.csa

 

Email
: cmccsa.1947@gmail.com

 

 

CENTER
FOR SOCIAL ACTION  PROGRAMS

 

The
programs of the CSA Office aims to continue its strong engagement in serving
the Filipino people and to realize the school’s mission of engaging in
responsive extension programs, we encourage the CMCian Community to participate
in the programs and activities of their respective departments under our
office. We also encourage the participation of the teaching and non – teaching
personnel of the institution. 

 

Our
Social Responsibility initiatives under CSA Office focuses on the four –pronged
programs: 

 

a.   
Education Program –
this program includes literacy and numeracy, values education, and social
awareness. The activities are geared towards the basics of learning and
Integrating good values and making them more involved in social issues and
concerns that affect their way of living.

 

b.   
Livelihood Program –
this program is geared towards the training of the beneficiaries on more labor
and cost-efficient methods of doing livelihood projects and to provide venues
wherein the recipients can acquire basic entrepreneurial skills, livelihood
skills, and other related abilities.

 

c.   
Environmental Management Program –
this program is directed at training people on creating initiatives and working
on actions towards environmental conservation, preservation, and rehabilitation
(CPR) affecting changes and development in the health condition.

 

d.   
Health and Wellness Development
Program
 – this program is geared towards providing a venue for
people to recognize the importance of self–discipline, sportsmanship, and
camaraderie.

 

 

PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED

a.   
Education Program

Initiatives
on this program highlight the following activities:

  1. Parenting
    Seminar;
  2. Service-learning
    tutorial program;
  3. Literacy
    and Numeracy, social awareness activities; and
  4. Community
    Anti-terrorism Advocacy 

 

b.   
Livelihood
Program

Initiatives on this program
highlight the following activities:

  1. Meat
    processing seminar; 
  2. Entrepreneurial
    Workshops; 
  3. Rag
    Making; and
  4. Livelihood
    training

 

 

c.   
Environmental Management Program 

Initiatives on this program
highlight the following activities:

1.    
Clean-Up Drives;

2.    
Tree Planting and Parenting Activities;

3.    
Environmental awareness Issues training Activity; and 

4.    
Solid Waste Management 

 

d.   
Health and Wellness Development
Program
 

Initiatives on this program
highlight the following activities:

  1. Medical
    and Dental Services;
  2. Youth
    Empowerment Seminar;
  3. Self
    Defense Training;
  4. Physical
    and Mental Awareness Seminar;
  5. Violence
    Against Women and Children ( VAWC) Seminar; and

 

Other Engagements on Community Extension Programs such as:

  1. Gift
    Giving Initiatives;
  2. Adopt
    a School Program;
  3. Libreng
    Gupit;
  4. Libreng
    Tsinelas; and
  5. Mass
    Feeding Program 

 

CENTER
FOR SOCAL ACTION PARTNERS

Strengthening
the programs to continually serve the partner communities, the Center for
Social Action Office linked partnership with different organizations such as :

 

In
Education Program
 : 

  1. Department
    of Education Region 12, 
  2. City
    Government of Kidapawan, 
  3. Mindanao
    Youth Development, 
  4. Gawad
    Kalinga – Cotabato Chapter, 
  5. Felipe
    Suerte Memorial Elementary School

 

In
Livelihood Program
:

  1. Sangguniang
    Kabataan Federation, 
  2. Gawad
    Kaliga – Cotabato Chapter, and 
  3. Kidapawan
    City Tourism Office 

 

In
Environmental Management Program:

  1. Sustainable
    Energy and Enterprises Development for Communities (SEED4COM), 
  2. Let’s
    Do it Philippines Kidapawan, 
  3. Metro
    Kidapawan Water District, 
  4. Junior
    People Management Association of the Philippines (JPMAP), and
  5. Provincial
    Environment and Natural Resources Office

 

In
Health and Wellness Development Program

  1. Diabetes
    Club – Cotabato Chapter, 
  2. City
    Health Office, 
  3. Bureau
    of Fire Protection, 
  4. Bureau
    of Jail Management and Penology, and
  5. Cotabato
    Police Provincial Public Safety Forces