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    September 17, 2021

    Pakigdait ug Pakigbisog: Kristiyanismo sa Mindanaw (Session 1: Lumad & Settlers’ Perspective: 500 Years of Christianity in Mindanao)

    9:00 AM-3:00 PM
    September 17, 2021




    The University of the Philippines Mindanao is one with the University of the Philippines System in observing the 2021 Quincentennial Commemoration with the theme Gahum sa Buut: Tindig at Pamana ng Bayan.

    The College of Humanities and Social Sciences invites you to a three-part activity in observance of the 2021 UP Mindanao’s Quincentennial Commemoration with the localized theme, Pakigdait ug Pakigbisog: Kristiyanismo sa Mindanaw on September 17, 20 & 27, 2021 via online platforms.

    ZOOM WEBINAR SERIES

    The Department of Social Sciences in partnership with Mindanao Studies Center and Office of the Dean will be conducting a two-part webinar series Pakigdait ug Pakigbisog: Kristiyanismo sa Mindanaw via Zoom Webinar. The webinar will feature 10 scholars & attempt to foreground the narratives of Lumad, Moro, & Settlers (dayo) in terms of their accommodation, modes of resistance, & consolidation within the context of 500 years of Christianity in Mindanao.

    Session 1: Lumad & Settlers’ Perspective: 500 Years of Christianity in Mindanao
    September 17, 2021 (9:00 AM–3:00 PM)

    Session 2: Moro Perspective & Interrogating/Engaging the Tri-People’s Perspective: 500 Years of Christianity in Mindanao
    September 20, 2021 (9:00 AM–11:30 AM)

    Register Here: https://bit.ly/3yGIJQO

    *Links are reusable for Session 1&2. You may attend either session with the link provided
    Note: Audience is encouraged to read Sir Rudy Rodil’s articles in advance as there will only be an open forum for his timeslot.
    Articles Link: https://bit.ly/3BC2A5x

    Source: UP Mindanao FB

    Stop COVID Deaths Webinar #70 “COVID-19 Outbreak sa Probinsiya”

    12:00 PM-2:00 PM
    September 17, 2021

    The University of the Philippines in partnership with
    UP Manila NIH National Telehealth Center and in cooperation with
    UP Philippine General Hospital
    would like to invite you to join the Fight Against COVID-19!


    Registration slots are limited to this SPECIAL EDITION of
    the STOP COVID DEATHS Webinar Series,
    so sign up NOW:
    bit.ly/StopCOVIDDeathsWebinar70



    Webinar #70
    “COVID-19 Outbreak sa Probinsiya”
    September 17, 2021 (Friday) 12nn

    Speakers:
    Dr. Rio L. Magpantay
    Director IV
    Cagayan Valley Center for Health Development

    Dr. Bryan Albert T. Lim
    Infectious Disease Specialist
    Vicente Sotto Memorial Hospital, Cebu City

    Dr. Leonell Albert L. Quitos
    Internal Medicine Adult Infectious Diseases Fellow
    Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte

    Dr. Fahra Tan-Omar
    Chief of Hospital
    Sulu Provincial Hospital

    Opening Remarks:
    Dr. Fidel R. Nemenzo
    Chancellor
    University of the Philippines Diliman

    Closing Remarks:
    Dr. Carmencita D. Padilla
    Chancellor
    University of the Philippines Manila

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    Webinar #70
    September 17, 2021
    “COVID-19 Outbreak sa Probinsiya”
    Special Topic

    The places with the highest numbers of COVID-19 are Quezon City, Cavite, Laguna, Manila, and Bulacan. It is to be expected that efforts to control the spread of the virus have focused on these places. However, recent news reports point to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases, high positivity rates, and congested hospitals in the provinces. What is the situation in different provinces? What are the challenges in vaccination, testing, treatment, and care? What are the innovations from the field? How are our frontliners coping in the provinces?

    In this episode of STOP COVID DEATHS we will take a look at the situation and the response in different parts of the country. Apparently, there are cities that do not have their own molecular laboratories for RT-PCR tests. When hospitals are full, referrals are made to other provinces. There are limited ICU beds and shortages of oxygen in some areas. And yet despite all these limitations, health workers are doing their best to meet the rising need for services using “bayanihan” and collective action with the communities, the private sector and with non-profit organizations. Some innovations are in reporting, additional allowances for front liners from private sector donations, networking for RT-PCR testing and local production of oxygen.

    From Region 2 – Dr. Rio Magpantay, Regional Director DOH will share the experiences in Northern Luzon; from Cebu City, Dr. Brian Albert Lim will talk about the response in Cebu City; from Iligan City, Dr. Leonell Albert Quitos will discuss the situation in Central Mindanao; Dr. Fahra Tan-Omar will talk about Sulu province.

    Join your credible on-line community and hear it first-hand from our leaders in the field in the different provinces of the country.

    Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Stay Connected!

    Together we can STOP COVID DEATHS!