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Backyard gardening, tree planting, headed by S. Tanod and Purok Leaders. Street and Park cleaning and sweeping, canal drainage de clogging and cleaning. Finishing playground perimeter fence. Streetlight maintenance. Out of school program.Kabataang Barangay, headed by Imee Marcos, was established during Martial Law to develop young people according to the 'guiding philosophies of the New Society'. The KB recently celebrated its 43rd anniversary at the University of the Philippines UP Bahay ng Alumni, reaping criticism from students, alumni, and human rights advocates over the irony of the event and the venue.
READ: U. Several academics noted the creation of the Kabataang Barangay as a counterforce to the Kabataang Makabayan KMthe youth arm of the Communist Party of the Philippines headed by Jose Maria Sison founded earlier in John Bresnan, author of Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos Era and Beyond, wrote that the Marcos organized his own youth-governed body as an "alternative to the suppressed organizations" who were at the forefront of the First Quarter Storm.
Notably, the opposing youth sectors used the same Baybayin character for "Ka" in their respective logos. In a move questioned by many, Imeenow Ilocos Norte governor, was appointed by her father as the national chairperson of the organization during the Martial Law years.
The key functions of the Kabataang Barangay were to promote the development of young Filipinos by initiating youth-oriented projects and activities that are "consistent with the guiding philosophies of the New Society. In accordance with the decree, the youth organization enjoyed autonomy in management and expenditures for initiatives and projects, as well as in the formulation of policies, plans, and programs, with assistance from experts in concerned agencies as requested.
Each barangay in the Philippines was mandated by law to delegate its own KB officials through elections.
The KB chairman also acted as an ex-officio member and chairman of the Committee on Sports and Recreation Activities of the barangay council. KBs across the country were then tasked to plan and to enforce local policies for the youth in their respective barangays, to be supervised by the barangay captains.
It was replaced by the Sangguniang Kabataan in under Republic Act Both KB and SK youth members exercised autonomy on projects and political plans in respective localities, with some supervision from other authorities. Both also had training camps and conventions. The differences between the two political youth organizations, however, can mostly be seen in eligibility requirements for youth vying for positions and in the political atmosphere in their respective times.
Minimum age limit: Under KB, only youth aged 15 to 18 were allowed to be voted into the assembly. SK has increased the age range to 18 to 24 years old. Number of assembly members: The KB Assembly was composed of one barangay youth chairman with 6 other barangay youth leaders.
The SK is composed of one chairperson and 7 other members. A secretary and a treasurer are elected among the SK members. Under the reformed SK, meanwhile, youth leaders are held by an anti-dynasty provision in the law — members should not be related within the 2nd civil degree of consanguinity or affinity to any incumbent elected national or local official in the locality.
The current SK also requires candidates to be voters of the Katipunan ng Kabataan Youth Assemblywhich includes all youth, 15 to 30 years old, living in the community for at least 6 months. This assembly convenes to review the SK's annual performance and financial reports — Rappler. These stories made other people. Welcome to Rappler, a social news network where stories inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change.
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These democratically elected groups of sponsored youth are chock-full of leaders-in-the-making. They work with CI to organize community improvement and outreach projects. The young people use this money — called the Youth Empowerment Fund — to invest in projects they consider important and that address community problems. The Youth Councils are responsible for managing the funds. We've seen a variety of projects, from fun concerts to community-wide educational campaigns.
Here are five of the most successful and inspirational Youth Empowerment Fund projects from Last year, youth learned that more than 20 tons of waste materials — most of which could have been recycled — were being thrown out annually.
To combat this issue, the Youth Council created a multipart program that aimed to decrease the risk of environmental and health issues. It included "That's My Barangay," a competition among the 15 barangays districts for the title of the cleanest community through use of proper solid-waste management and recycling. The project included a second competition, called "Eco-ration," which asked youth to submit art made from recycled goods. The Youth Council also partnered with the city government, fire department, local environmental offices and more.
At least one district has vowed to continue the competitions yearly to meet the long-term project goals of improving environmental processes. Youth Council members in Lusaka, Zambia, donated mattresses, bedding and curtains to a medical clinic last year. Kanyama Clinic is one of the most burdened medical clinics in Lusaka, Zambia. It serves about patients daily. During a walkthrough of the clinic, the Youth Council discovered a lack of adequate bedding.
Some patients were forced to sleep on the floor due to overcrowding. In other cases, they were asked to bring in their own bedding, which presented obvious health hazards.Underdevelopment, illiteracy and poverty in far-flung areas are blamed for the proliferation of violent religious extremists, influenced by Islamic militants who are eloquent in stoking hatred to the government and to non-Muslims using social discrepancies as talking points.
The program aims to establish barangay cooperative businesses to promote religious and cultural solidarity among members. The ARMM-BRIDGE said among the business proposals submitted for review last month by proponents in recipient barangays were for small grocery stores, bakery, fishing, tailoring, food and fruit juice production. The assessment process include a study of the viability of the proposed businesses, availability of raw materials and investment returns based on business applicability.
The activity aimed to educate the local communities on proper hygiene, deworming, breastfeeding and proper preparation of healthy foods to ensure the physical fitness of children while pursuing elementary education.
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Latest Trending. Truck kills doctor biking home from work. By Marc Jayson Cayabyab April 18, - am. A medical officer of the Manila city government was killed on Wednesday after she was hit by a truck while biking home from frontline duty against the coronavirus disease pandemic. By Marc Jayson Cayabyab 13 hours ago. Three persons were arrested for selling fake isoprophyl alcohol worth P, in Sta. Quiteria, Caloocan on Thursday.
Ex-Negros basketball player killed in gun attack. By Gilbert Bayoran April 18, - am. A former basketball player who also served as barangay chairman in this city was gunned down on Thursday. By Ramon Efren Lazaro April 18, - am.Republic Act provides the Sangguniang Kabataan with a new lease on life. Rappler file image. PD instituted barangay youth officials composed of a chairman and 6 members, aged 15 to 18, chosen by their peers. Nepotism and dynastic politics were issues at its inception, with no less than the president's daughter, Imee Marcos, serving as National Chairman of the Kabataang Barangay.
At an open forum at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila University of the City of Manila in AugustArchimedes Trajano, a student of the Mapua Institute of Technology, questioned this arrangement, and raised the issue of human rights violations.
He was forcibly removed from the event by security personnel, and was found dead in the streets of Manila a few weeks later, his body showing marks of torture. With the new Local Government Code, the Sangguniang Kabataan Youth Council was reinstituted with a chairman and 7 council members, aged 15 to 21 years on election day, and elected at large by the youth in the community aged 15 to 21 years old.
A secretary and treasurer were appointed by the SK chair from the members of the youth council. Similar issues of nepotism arose with this new entity, with some SK Chairmen and SK Councilors having blood ties to incumbent local and national officials.
Allegations of corruption were also present, particularly during the elections for municipal or city president of the SK Federation SK Federation Presidents at the Municipal and City level become members of the Municipal or City Council. Questions on their ability to handle large amounts of money and capability to enter into contracts were also raised, with failures to convene the Katipunan ng Kabataan as required by law, absenteeism from meetings, and a lack of transparency with financial transactions being some of the complaints.
The Sangguniang Kabataan as an institution was also scored for having unsustained high-publicity and low-impact youth projects such as sports leagues, tree-planting, and youth social engagements. Task Force on Youth Development. Prorogued once more in by virtue of Republic Actsigned into law by President Aquino on October 3,as well as by Republic Act which postponed the Sangguniang Kabataan elections to the last Monday of October,youth concerns were relegated to a little-known entity.
Despite calls for reformwith some for outright abolitionmany remained hopeful that the SK would live up to its promise of empowering the youth. The Sangguniang Kabataan Reform Act of It retains the Sangguniang Kabataan youth council of one chairman and seven members, who must be aged 18 to 24 at the day of the election, elected at large by the youth resident in the community.
Each elected SK official has a 3-year term. A secretary and a treasurer from the youth of the community are also appointed by the SK Chair, with the approval of a majority of the Sangguniang Kabataan. They serve coterminus with the SK Chair. The Katipunan ng Kabataan Youth Assembly expands its membership to include all youth of 15 to 30 years of age, and living in the community for at least 6 months.
Instead of being required to meet at least quarterly as mandated sincethe youth assembly is now only mandated to meet once every 6 months, and to review the annual performance and financial reports of the Sangguniang Kabataan. Section 10 of this Act includes an anti-dynasty provision, making it the first law to comply with Article II, Section 26 of the Constitution. As part of the qualifications of elective SK officials, it requires that they not be related within the second degree of affinity or consanguinity of any incumbent national, regional, or local elected official at the city, municipality, or barangay level.
The Local Youth Development Council aims to ensure greater youth participation in community initiatives.Sangguniang Kabataan officials of Barangay Tinago collect and recycle plastic items to raise funds for the school supplies of children in their village. Contributed photos. Have your officials kept their election promises? Are they living up to your expectations of them?
SK Chairman Jason S. Rico and his SK Councilors roamed the barangay on weekends to collect plastic items, unused items in the household, scrap materials and other recyclables from the neighborhood. The items were sold to the junk shop and the proceeds were used to buy school supplies for the less fortunate children in Tinago.
They welcomed any donation that they can sell. Back then, Rico was the youngest volunteer. That time, Rico was elected as the first councilor.
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