CES Programs Arevalo

  • Environment

    • JA joined in the expansion of the Igang Bay Marine Sanctuary through the Finalization of the management plan, meeting, survey (August 19-21, 2015).
    • JA joined in the launching and deployment of artificial reef on September 25, 2015 in Poblacion, Nueva Valencia Guimaras with the CEO Dr. Ronald Raymund Sebastian and other JBLFMU unit CES Officer.
    • The annual mangrove planting and monitoring was conducted by CES on January 27, 2016 at JBLFMU Ecopark, Poblacion, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras.
  • Maritime-related activities ( safety and security/environment, first-aid, knot –tying)

    • JA has implemented several maritime –related projects/activities for SY 2014-2015. They are as follows:
    • JA joined the quarterly coastal clean/river clean-up during the world water day (March 19, 2016), International Coastal Clean-up (September 19, 2015), and World Environment Day (June 27, 2015).
    • Faculty, staff and students also participated in the tree planting during the National Arbor Day (June 25, 2015, Leon, Iloilo).
  • Education

    • JA-CES donated books to SNSES on February 4, 2016.
      These learning materials were also donations of faculty, staff and students.
    • The JA-CES had assisted 169 children in public elementary and high schools this school year through the provision of school supplies, school uniforms, miscellaneous fund assistance, graduation assistance and training.
  • Daily Lunch Feeding

    JA prides itself as an advocate of health in the wider communities by providing a daily lunch feeding among 2040 undernourished kids enrolled in public schools in the provinces of Guimaras and Iloilo for school year 2014-2015

  • CES System holds training on Leadership and Values Inculcation

     CES System conducted a training on leadership and values on March 4-5, 2013 at JBLFMU- Eco Park Igang, Nueva Valencia Guimaras. Participants from JBLFMU- Arevalo composed of 3 faculty members namely, Dr. Emilie Coo, Mrs Elena Francisco and Engr. Dolores Sibonga, 1 from JBLFMU staff Mr. Gilbert Pirante, and 3 staffs from CES office, namely Dr. Shirley G. Hampac , Ms Janice C. Camag and Ms Eva Padernal. From the student sectors there are six who attended the seminar and are coming from the identified active CES volunteers.

  • Training on Maritime Safety

    Part of the CES program is offering education to small maritime- related sectors in order to promote safety and security. The group of small ferries from Guimaras (Buenavista-based) was the first group coordinated by CES. Through CES the group was linked to the JBLFMU training center for a modified safety training conducted at Villa Igang, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras on October 28,2012. JBLFMU-Arevalo provided rice as assistance to the families of the crewmembers who were on training.

  • “Linis Estero” program

    The JBLFMU-Arevalo as a signatory to the “Linis Estero” project, has spearheaded a quarterly river clean-up of the Batiano River, segment 3 with the faculty and staff actively involved. The collaborators were the CARES, the residents and barangay officials, and the Punta Villa. Personnel from DENR was also part of the group who spearheaded the activity. The latest of the activities conducted was on March 23, 2013 at the Sto. Nino Sur coasstline.

  • Seminar on Marine Resource Management

    A seminar on “Marine Resource Management” was conducted on August 8, 2012 in Brgy. Magamay in the morning and in Poblacion (mun. Hall) on the same day but later in the afternoon. The purpose was to educate residents who are living nearby to help preserve the environment. The activity was facilitated by Dr. Melchor Magramo, Research Coordinator

  • Annual Tree and Mangrove Planting

    The school collaborated with the Iloilo Province tree planting conducted on July , 2012 in Passi City. Another mangrove planting was done in Dumangas, Iloilo on with the faculty, staff and students as volunteers

  • Participation to International Coastal Clean-up

     As part of the school’s initiative for environment, NSTP students and staff joined in the river and coastal clean-up conducted along the coastline fronting the school in Sto. Nino Sur, Arevalo on September 7, 2012. The members of the school staff on the other hand, were assigned to clean at Segment 3 of the Batiano River on the same day