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The proponents express their gratitude to the Barangay Lumbia headed by Honorable Wilhelm Valencia for their kind support during our community integration. The group would also like to thank Barangay Lumbia Health Center under the leadership of Mr. Vicente Agustin Sta. Cruz, RN for their involvement and collaboration in our activities. The success of our programs and projects that were implemented would not have been possible without the relentless support, operation and hospitality of the residents of Sitio Baluarte along with their Sitio Leader Mr. Teodoro Bongolto, and the respected zone leaders. The group would also like to thank the Alternative Learning System for their expertise in training the residents of Sitio Baluarte according to the propsed projects. In addition, the group would also like to express their gratitude to the Xavier University MAGIS canteen for letting the Sitio Baluarte's residents products, specifically the papaya relish (atsara) be displayed and be sold in the area. The proponents also gratefully acknowledge the clinical instructor Mrs. Marizza Ivy Generalao, RN, MN for the guidance and supervision from the beginning of the community exposure until the end. Also, the group would like to thank the Agricultural Department for their coordination by supplying the needed seeds for the Environmental project. Lastly, the group express praises to the almighty God for being with the group amidst the challenges and success it faced. Everything would not have been possible without the guidance and blessings He showered. This documentation is a testament of His power and love for His people.

Introduction (Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) is a continuous and a sustained process of educating people, working with people and mobilizing with people (Hilado,2009).) It is an important tool for community development and people empowerment because this enables the community health care team to encourage active participation of activities that facilitates development in a community. It is where community members unite to assess, plan and evaluate their conditions to aid in the improvement of their community.)) The data gathered in this community exposure were tabulated and compiled as well as with the plan of activities and projects to be implemented. Documentation, in this part, is a vital component of this project for it shows the exact detail ofthe happenings in tha area during the assessment process along with the identified problems. with this, the proponents were able to develop realistic and futuristic goals for the implementation of projects. Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City remained as one of the recipients of Xavier University Nursing students for the past years in terms of providing community services. Few projects have already been planned, implemented and evaluated for the benefit of the clientele such as the residents and groups in the community. In addition, this comprises the general profile of Barangay Lumbia, over and above are the information about the outline of the current governance, general area of assessment, individual family profile, health threats, health deficits, forseeable crisis, and the suitable interventions which will be presented. Furthermore, this exposes the proponents the opportunity to apply the nursing process and the principles of Nursing Leadership and Management. This project is in line with the vision and mission of Xavier University that is to become men and women for others, as well as for the vision of the Xavier UniversityCollege of Nursing, to be competent nurses in the future and to respond to the needs and demands of the society. In addition, this project will highlight the importance of

applying the eleven key areas of responsibility such as safe and quality nursing care, communication, collaboration and teamwork, health education, research, and management of resources and environment. Finally, the progress and improvement of the community from the projects implemented will serve the purpose of this documentation. This will provide necessary information about the proponents' exposure at Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City.

COMMUNITY PROFILE A. PHYSICAL PROFILE 1. Location Barangay Lumbia is situated at the southern most part of Cagayan de Oro City. It is eleven kilometers away from the City proper bounded at North by Barangay Carmen, Pagatpat, and Canitoan. On its Eastern part are Barangay Balulang and Cagayan River. Barangay Bayanga on its southern part and at West by Barangay Pagalungan and Tagpangi. It consists of 21 Sitios: Center: Zone 1,2, and 3 -Far Distant Sitios: 1. Path iron 2. Upper Dalawon 3. Ipaumbo 4. Lower Kiam-is 5. San Isidro 6. Mabuhay 7. Narulang 8. Lower Palalan 9. Sta. Cruz

10. Baluarte 11. Lower Dalawon 12. Upper Kiam-is 13. Patpat 14. Cabula 15. Airport 16. Palalan 17. Malubog 18. San Isidro Labrador 2. Land Area It has a total land of 332, 178 hectares. It is commonly described as a scattered Barangay with 5-6 km radis from Barangay Centro of the respective Sitios. 3. Land Use The land are communal use for agriculture and residential.

B. DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE 1. Population Total number of population : 2. Household Total number of families:

C. SOCIAL PROFILE 1. Health Barangay Lumbia has one Health Center with three Health Personnel (Doctor, Nurse, and the Midwife); eleven Barangay Health Workers and five Barangay Nutritional Scholars. There are 75 households with water sealed toilets while 25 have Antipolo toilets and the remaining 6 doesn't have their own toilets. 2. Education The Barangay has: - 3elementary schools: > Lumbia Central School > Baluarte Elementary School > Upper Kiam-is Elementary School - 1 Secondary school: > Lumbia National Highschool - 5 Day Care Center located at Airport, Cabula, Upper Palalan, Patpat, and Centro under the management of CSWD - 6 Kiddie Learning Center under the supervision of the Dartment of Education The Alternative Learning System Program is currently present in Barangay Lumbia, reaching the farthest of the Sitios to teach the out of school youths, less privileged and elders for accreditation and equivalency for them to have a diploma and a certificate. 3. Sports > An Inter-Organization of Sports Tournament is to be conducted by the Sangguniang Kabataan to be participated by the different youth organization and agencies in the Barangay. 4. Employment and Livelihood

> Major occupation are farming, driving and construction working. > Major livelihood are sari-sari store, cashew nuts and banana chips production and handicraft making. 5. Infastructure > The Barangay uses water sourced from COWD. > The electricity power supply is sourced from CEPALCO. > The Barangay is primarily serviced by jeep eyes and motorcycles (habal-habal) going to the city. 6. Last barrio officials up to the present 1856-1958 Cecilio Nabong - Barrio Lieutenant 1958-1969 Silvestre Torralba - Barrio Lieutenant 1960-1962 Dalmacio Sabalo - Barrio Captain 1962-1964 Cecilio Nabong - Barrio Captain 1964-1968 Silvestre Torralba - Barrio Captain 1968-1984 Cecilio Nabong - Barrio Captain 1984-1989 Andres Pagalan - Barrio Captain 1989-1994 Wilhelm Valencia - Barrio Captain 1994-1997 Andres Pagalan - Barrio Captain 1997- 2002 Wilhelm Valencia - Barangay Chairman 2002-2008 Allan T. Angara - Barangay Chairman 2008

II. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART CITY HEALTH OFFICER LUMBIA HEALTH CENTER ORGANIZATIONAL CHART Dr. Jerrie P. Calingasan Dr. Kester Maniaul Medical Officer Agustin Vicente Sta. Cruz Public Health Nurse Nenita Rabe Nutritionist Esterlina Escalante Rural Health Midwife BHW Cristy Laque Alvin Pelayo Violeta Opalla Socobra Quinto Benjamin Lamaclamac Marcilino Mangaran Rodulfo Dagsaan Jessie Bahian Adilina Pagalan Lilian Ren Geranda Labadan Nimfa Gador BNS Welyn Pagara Ruchie Tero Amelita Salvo Rosita Soluna Luzvimind Yanez Divino Soldivilla Sanitary Inspector


Gilberto O. Zamora Secretary Hon. Rosendo T. Ocularis Chairman in Health and Sanitation

Rosalie L. Avenido Treasurer

Hon. Roger Edgardo C. Butlig Chairman Women Family Relation Cultural Heritage Hon. Aerol D. Torralba Chairman on Education Tourism Hon. Jon Rey N. Rico Chairman of Peace and Order Hon. Rodrigo C Talirongan Chairman of Finance and Ways and Means Hon. Rogelio R. Abaday Jr. Chairman of Agriculture Hon. Randy Neil B. Domo Chairman of Public Utility and Structure/ Land Environment and Natural Resources Hon. Gerald Yvan D. Cabarubias Chairman on Sports and Youth Development

OFFICERS OF SITIO BALUARTE Teodoro P. Bongolto Sitio Leader Betty Z. Bongolto Secretary

Imelda Pagara Assistant Secretary Ronie Pagara Auditor Anselito Cago Sgt. At Arms

Emeleo A. Dableo Treasurer Artemeo B. Poblete P.I.O Francisco Bongolto C.V.O

F. LUMBIA BARANGAY HEALTH CENTER PROFILE The WHO has defined public health as publicly funded or publicly owned health services. Public health is considered as one of the core elements in a governments efforts to ensure the improvement and promotion of its peoples welfare (WHO 2003). From hygiene and sanitation to control of communicable diseases, public health has evolved to address other emerging issues such as the effects of globalization and new technologies, among others. Unfortunately, there is evidence that current public health systems and services are not able to cope with these new challenges. Thus, there are current efforts to identify essential public health functions (EPHF) in order to define more clearly and systematically the core areas for public health work (WHO 2003). In the Philippine health system, public health is often associated with the various program packages for the prevention, management, and control of diseases and promotion and protection of health. These health program packages cater to the various levels of health care delivery (from community-based to tertiary level facilities), to various population groups (mothers and infants, children and adolescents, adults and older persons), and to specific diseases (tuberculosis, malaria, cardiovascular diseases, cancer). Since the implementation of health sector reforms, initial steps leading to an integrated approach to implementing public health programs have been undertaken. a. DOH Mission and Vision Vision by 2030 A Global leader for attaining better health outcomes, competitive and responsive health care systems, and equitable health financing. Mission To guarantee equitable, sustainable, and quality health for all Filipinos, especially the poor, and to lead the quest for excellence in health. DOH Profile The Department of Health (DOH) holds the over-all technical authority on health as it is a national health policy-maker and regulatory institution. Aside from being the regulator of all health services and products, the DOH is the provider of special tertiary health care services and technical

assistance to health providers and stakeholders. Under DOH are public health services which are outposts to monitor communities and accessible health care services for the people. Lumbia Barangay Health Center is the accessible health care facility for Baluarte, Lumbia. b. Lumbia Health Center Mission and Vision Mission Health empowered ad productive Kagay-anons. Vision We the health care managers and providers pledge to provide quality health care through regulative, preventive, creative, rehabilitative services. Philosophy Quality service all the time. Services Offered in Lumbia Health Center 1. Maternal and Child Program They offer prenatal check-ups, deliveries of cephalic presentation, full-term, without complications, Tetanus Toxoid and Ferrous Sulfate, and postpartum care. They also foster Unang Yakap for newborns to promote bonding with mother after birth. Prenatal check-ups, Tetanus Toxoid immunizations and ferrous Sulfate guide the mother for a safe pregnancy until postpartum. The goal of this program is to provide mothers and newborns quality care throughout the perinatal period and post-partum period. This program has the most records in the health center. 2. Family Planning Program This program is to provide education among individuals and couples about different family planning methods (artificial and natural) to promote selfawareness and control the number of children. Moreover, this program encourages the participation of both the woman and the man with their decision-making ability to provide optimum childrearing as well as strengthen their parenthood responsibility. 3. Expanded Program for Immunization This program provides free vaccines which include Bacillus of Calmette and Guerin (BCG), Diptheris-Pertussis-Tetanus (DPT), Hepatitis B, Oral Polio

Virus (OPV), and Measles which is given among infants. The program aims to reduce the mortality rate of the diseases that are prevalent which can be preventable with these vaccines. 4. Integrated Management of Childhood Illness IMCI focuses on health promotion, disease prevention, early identification of illness, and prompt intervention to palliation cure and recovery. It entails management of illness based on signs and symptoms the children presented ages 0-2 months and 2 months to 5 years. Children and their parents are advocated through health education, regular visits and proper referrals to the health center and nearby based hospital for a well-monitored care for the child. 5. Disease Free Zone Initiative This program aims to eradicate five diseases by year 2013. The diseases are leprosy, filariasis, malaria, schistosomiasis, and rabies. For filariasis, the DOH will conduct a mass drug administration for every place. As for Barangay Lumbia, responsible pet ownership is also being promoted to get rid of rabies. Responsible pet ownership requires pet owner to submit their pets particularly dogs for vaccination. Aside from the above mentioned steps, the public health nurse shall as well promote deeper awareness to these diseases in the place assigned to her so that proper referrals and actions will be done. 6. Intensified Disease Prevention Control The goal of this program is to prevent and control diseases as well as to reduce the number of reported diseases in the certain area for the following diseases: TB, Dengue, HIV/AIDS/STI, vaccines preventable diseases, and emerging and reemerging diseases. 7. Healthy Lifestyle and Risk Management Program This program aims to promote healthy lifestyles to those patients having CVD, Diabetes, and Cancer. This also offers services and programs on dental and nutrition.

Schedule of Activities Monday Flag-raising; Emergency Meetings Tuesday Prenatal Check-Ups

1st / 3rd Wednesday Immunizations at specific places in Lumbia 2nd / 4th Wednesday Immunization in Lumbia Health Center Thursday (morning) National Tuberculosis Program Thursday (afternoon) 4Ps Friday Flag Retreat; Family Planning

Other DOH Programs These includes among others: Adolescent and Youth Program (AYHP) Botika ng Barangay (BnB) Breastfeeding TSEK Blood donation Program Child Health and Development Strategic Plan Year 2001-2004 CHD Scorecard Committee of Examiners for undertakers and Embalmers Committee of Examinees for Massage Therapy (CEMT) Dental Health Program Diabetes Mellitus Prevention and Control Program Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Disease Program Environmental Health Expanded Program on immunization Essential Newborn Care Food and Waterborne Diseases Prevention and Control Program Food Fortification Program Garantisadong Pamabana Human Resource for Health Network

Health Development Program for Older Persons (Bureau or Office: National Center for Disease Prevention and Control Health Development program for Older Persons R.A. 7342 (An Act to Maximize the Contribution of Senior Citizens to Nation Building, Grant Benefits and Special Privileges) Infant and Young Child Feeding (ICYF) Iligtas sa Tigdas ang Pinas Inter Local Health Zone Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Knock Out Tigdas 2007 Leprosy Control Program LGU Scorecard Licensure Examinations for Paraprofessionals Undertaken by the Department of Health Malaria Control Program Measles Elimination Campaign (Ligtas Tigdas) National Tubercolosis Control Program Newborn Screening National HIV/STI Prevention Program National Mental Health Program National Dengue Prevention and Control Program Occupational Health Program Persons with Diabetes Pinoy MD Program Province-wide Investment Plan for Health (PIPH) Philippine Medical Tourism Program Prevention and Control of Chronic Lifestyle Related Non Communicable Diseases Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP) / Midwifery Scholarship Program of the Philippines (MSPP) Schistosomiasis Control Program Soil Transmitted Helminth Control Program Smoking Cessation Program Unang Yakap Urban Health System Development (UHSD) Program Violence and Injury Prevention Program Womens Health and Safe Motherhood Project Women and Children Protection Program

Directory: Sitio Baluarte Directory A1- Abellanosa, Benvienido A2- Ladra, Celson A3- Alibangbang, Gary A4- Alibangbang, Sarah Mae A5- Hallasgo, Danilo A6- Artseuva, Junrad A7- Hallasgo, Rosita A8- Hallasgo, Rafaela A9- Hallasgo, Analou A10- Artuwa, Marites A11- Timaan, Elizabeth A12- Hallasgo, Junril A13-Hallasgo, Romanita A14- Estrada, Maria Consisa A15- Cuigon, Marisa A16- Tiradiso, Edwardo A17- Clavin, Carmelita A18- Hallasgo, Marial A19- Alibangbang, Lydia A20- Baculi, Wilfredo A21- Balansag, Layzle A22- Sabati, Emeliana A23- Torres, Sulpecia A24- Balansag, Josephine A25- Dablio, Lydia A26- Abenido, Louisa A27- Polininyo, Vergie B1- Camporedondo, Ferly Mae B2- Pagalan, Shirley B3- Abratihin, Bobby B4- Lida, Cora B5- Abratigna ***** B6- Camporedondo, Arlinda B7- Camporedondo, Alfonso B8- Dusaban, Shiela B9- Dusaban, ***** B10- Bangason, Leonida B11- Mondelo, Vicente B12- Dusaban, Shiela B13- Cago, Emelia B14- Rociana, Jonelyn B15- Ramos, Renato

B16- Valenzuela, Berna B17- Alibangbang, Laida B18-Bunani, Miraflor B19- Talampa, Evelyn B20-Mahilom, Jeffrey B21- Bongolto, Elena B22- Pacule, Julie B23-Poblete, ***** B24- Poblete, Mercy B25- Dablio, Milagros B26- Magsalay, Leonardo B27- Ramos, Ramil B28- Magsalay, Adeline B29- Gayle, ***** B30- Dablio, Linda B31- Ramos, Honeylyn B32- Toralba, Noel B33-Dablio, Christina B34- Dablio, Jimmy B35- Angao, Lourdes B36- Herenia, Josephine B37- Mila, Leonardo B38-Bongolto, Daria B39- Lamonggo, **** C1-Suhayan, Rudy C2-Tacbobo, Melchor C3-Bongolto, Lilia C4- Simene, Eva C5- Cabanes, Neva* C6- Canbanes, Nina* C7- Riveral, Susan C8- Obenada, Mary Ann C9-Puresima, Nino* C10-Bongolto, Juvie C11-Bongolto, Elizabeth C12-Pugosa, Saturnina C13-Bongolto, Narjel C14-Bongolto, Evangelyn C15-Bongolto, Jhandy C16-Estano, Erlinda C17-Payla, Benjie C18-Linshan, Ely C19-Poblete, Amalia C20-Cabactulan, Victoria C21-Bahian, Rosa

C22-Rubin, **** C23-Ronda, Arlene C24-Bongolto, Eva C25-Pagalan, Rowena C26-**** wala sa spot map C27-Tacbobo, Efren C28-Bahian, Evelyn C29-Pugara, Imelda C30-Sarting, Jason

C31-Barroro, Maria C32-Toralba, Anabel C33-Meomeo, Jesus C34-Bongolto, Lucia C35-Poblete, Ingrid C36-Simene, Maricel C37-Canubas, Jocelyn C38-Barroro, Edna C39-Amorido, Nolan


MINI CLINIC FOR SITIO BALUARTE: Materials: For the Skeleton of the Mini Clinic: 2x3x8 (4pcs) ( for the 4 corners) 2x2x8( 20pcs) 2x2x10(6pcs) (for the ceiling) 2x3x12(2pcs) (for the ceiling) Plywood (7pcs) Cen 26x12 geds Door: Mesagra ( 4 pcs) Flooring : Cement 3 bags Mixsand 2 bags Nails: No.4 (1 kilo) No. 2 ( kilo) No 1 ( kilo) No. ( kilo) Umbrella nails no 2. (1 kilo) Budget Proposal *All items were canvass at Forbest Trading Construction Supply

Items For the skeleton of the Mini Clinic (Coco Lumber) 2x3x8 2x2x8 2x2x10 2x3x12 Plywood ( ) For the ceiling 26x12 ft geds For the door Mesagra Nails No. 4 No. 2 No. Umbrella nails no.2 Flooring Cement



4 pcs 20 pcs 6 pcs 2 pcs 7 pcs

P 60.00 P 40.00 P 50.00 P 90.00 P 260.00

P 217.00

4 pcs

P 18.00

I kilo kilo kilo 1 kilo

P 45.00 P 48.00 P 50.00 P 70.00

3 bags

P 260.00


2 sacks

P 35.00

*All items were canvass at Cagayan diamond hardware and autosupply

Items For the skeleton of the Mini Clinic (Coco Lumber) 2x3x8 2x2x8 2x2x10 2x3x12 Plywood ( ) For the ceiling 26x12 ft geds For the door Mesagra Nails No. 4 No. 2 No. Umbrella nails no.2 Flooring Cement Mixsand



4 pcs 20 pcs 6 pcs 2 pcs 7 pcs

P 64.00 P 43.00 P 53.50 Not available P 96.00

P 255.00

4 pcs

P 55.00

I kilo kilo kilo 1 kilo

P 47.00 P 52.00 P 58.00 P 75.00

3 bags 2 sacks

P 218.00 Not available

Title of the project: "Sa Atsara, Kita Makakwarta" Planning: Name of the community: Sitio Baluarte, Barangay Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City Target Beneficiaries: Residents of Sitio Baluarte Background: As assessed by the group, it has been determined that the community experiences a common predicament- most of the residents at Sitio Baluarte, specifically the women, are unemployed and are more likely to face isolation by being left at home doing the usual household chores. Goal of the project: The College of Nursing of Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan will conduct the project entitled Sa Atsara, Kita Makakwarta". The project aims to help the residents of Sitio Baluarte, especially the women, make use of their free time in making profitable goods such as papaya relish (atsara). The ingredients to these goods are papayas, which is abundant in the area. Moreover, this project will increase the residents knowledge on papaya relish making and use these skills in producing goods to sell in other areas which promotes independence with their livelihood. Objectives: At the end of 6 weeks of implementation, this project will be able to: 1. promote the project to the residents of Sitio Baluarte; 2. encourage the women to participate in the said project; 3. make the residents of the community see and understand the benefits of participating in the said project; 4. explain and educate the residents about the process of papaya relish making; 5. facilitate the community to become independent in implementing the said project; 6. implement the project to the residents permanently and independently; 7. collaborate with the succeeding group with regards to the actualization for the said project;

8. evaluate the effectiveness of the project with regards to its usefulness to the residents of Sitio Baluarte; Resources: The resources which will be used in the said project will consist mainly of papayas. this is highly abundant in their area and others will be supplemented by the group through sponsorship and donations. Furthermore, the materials which will be used for the residents education about papaya relish making will be outsourced from the group's funds, namely, manila papers, pentel pens and adhesive tapes.

Constraints: ACTUAL - current knowledge about papaya relish making - ability of the residents to respond and continue the project POTENTIAL - residents lack of participation and collaboration during the educative phase; - shortage of goods

Strategies: To prevent these constraints, the group has identified the following strategies: 1. Educate those interested people about the project and its benefits. 2. Encourage the leaders to have a continuous monitoring of the project with its progress and updates. 3. The selected leaders must a weekly evaluation of the project and evaluation to the co-workers must also be done.

Mechanics: For this project to be sustainable and applicable for the residents of the Sitio Baluarte, the group prepared the following mechanics for this project: 1. Select leaders that are responsible and capable in conducting the said project; 2. Coordinate with the selected leaders for the implementation of the said project; 3. Reorient the community about the importance of the project; 4. Encourage the residents to have an active participation in the project; 5. Increase the resident's awareness of the benefits of the said project; 6. Evaluate the community's understanding about the project; 7. As a starting point, the group will raise funds through selling junks such as scratch papers, plastic bottles, etc. The raised funds will be given to the association to serve as capital for the economic sector; 8. The economic sector will coordinate with the community's association for the coordination in planning the proposed projects; 9. Each member if the community will be encouraged to sell their papaya fruits(if any) to the association, this will serve as economic sector's resources; 10. The interested residents of the community will be the one to make the papaya relish 11. Educate the residents on the process of papaya relish making to be led by a trainer from ALS 12. The first product to be produce by residents will be tested by the community and student nurses, if the results of the product is good in terms of taste and quality , the said product will be marketed at the Xavier university canteen. 13. The capital used in producing the product will be separated from the profit , The profit will be divided into the following: 10%- given to the BADECO 10%-emergency funds 10%-maintenance 70%-labor 14.If ever there will be shortage of resources such as the papayas, carrots can be a good alternative.

15. Encourage the leaders to continue maintaining and monitoring the project; 16. Evaluate the effectiveness of the said project; Organizing Organization the group is divided into subgroups which are tasked with different responsibilities: 1. project coordinator/head - tasked to coordinate with the other committees in the evaluation of the project 2. Secretary- responsible in managing the activities of the entire project 3. Auditor- will responsible in monitoring the overall expenses and profit. 4. treasurer- responsible in recording all the expense and plans the proper allocation of resources. Directing Monitoring for this project to be continually effective, the group suggests the following: 1. the head will monitor the progress of the project 2. Feedback and suggestions will be discussed in a weekly meeting 3. coordination with the next group for the improvement of the implemented project

Progress of the Project DATES PROGRESS 1. Sending of letters to the office of Alternative Learning System and to the Coop of Sitio Baluarte (BADECO). 2. Student Nurses will start raising funds which will be use as the capital for this project. Recruit and encourage community people to join participate with the project, specifically those women who doesnt have work. 1. The speaker from ALS will share her knowledge about the livelihood program and motivate those community people. 2. Training and cooking demonstration will be done by the representative from Alternative Learning System. Return cooking demonstration will be done by the community people who joined the said project.

1. The product of the return cooking demonstration will be tested with its taste and quality. It will be tested by the community people. 2. Student Nurses will buy the first set of product. Evaluation and survey with its taste and quality will be conducted by the leaders of this project, feedbacks and suggestion will be appreciated for the improvement of this products. February 11, 2013 The selected leaders will conduct a meeting to the members, the system of dividing the profit will be discuss and some ideas or suggestion for the improvement of the project will be discuss. February 12, 2013 The leaders will buy the ingredients for the next set of product.

February 13, 2013

The treasurer of this project will plan for the proper allocation of any expenses for the implementation.

February 14, 2013

Student nurses will be having an assessment on the progress and updates of the said project.

February 15, 2013

Member of the project will be conducting a survey on how many papayas will be available for the next set of product.

February 16, 2013

The members on this project will be having a cooking demonstration in making atsara with the use of carrots, carrots will be the alternative ingredient if no papaya will be available.

February 18, 2013

The members will formally start producing Atsara independently.

February 19, 2013

The Student nurses will be displaying this product to Xavier University Canteen.

February 20, 2013

Student nurses will be facilitating communication between the Head of the project and the head of the Xavier University Canteen.

February 21, 2013

Student nurses will be meeting the leaders of the project to discuss if there is any problem encountered.

February 22, 2013

The Leaders will be having a meeting for the explanation on how the profit will be divided.

February 23, 2013

Student Nurses will be editing and finalize the project document.

February 25, 2013

Student nurses will have a meeting for both block A and D for the progress and updates of the project.

February 26, 2013

Another set of product will be produce which will be facilitated by the community leaders.

February 27, 2013

The student nurses will endorse all the responsibilities of this project to the selected leaders.

February 28, 2013

Community will be auditing all the expenses and profits of the said project, also will be conducting an evaluation of the effectiveness of this project

March 01, 2013

Printing and bookbinding of the documented project.


To have control in this project, residents will have a weekly meeting to discuss about the progress of the project and to evaluate their co-workers. the head will be the one who will facilitate the meeting.


During the weekly meeting, each committee must report about the progress of the project and discuss about the problems encountered. Evaluation

Appendices: Budget Plan: ITEMS Plastic Cups Scraper Measuring Spoon Weighing Scale Vinegar Sugar TOTAL

QUANTITY 50 pieces 1 piece 1 piece 1 piece 1 bottle kilo

PRICE P 460 P 27 P 47 P 150 P 27.65 P 21.75

TOTAL P 230 P 27 P 47 P 150 P 27.65 P 21.75 P 503.40

Mini Clinic Proposal To: Name Company City Dear Maam/ Sir: Praise be Jesus and Mary! We, the 4th year of Xavier University College of Nursing are having a Community Organizing Participatory Action Research(COPAR) have conducted an assessment on the community people of Sitio Baluarte as a primary health provider we believe that health is very important to us. In said community in Barangay Lumbia they had establish a health center however due to its distance proximity from Sitio Baluarte, the people in Sitio Baluarte was not able to avail the services such as wound dressing, check-ups like BP monitoring and medications. In line with this we are aiming to build and provide the Sitio with a mini clinic and the necessary medical equipments such as vital signs, first aid kits, and over the counter medications. We believe that this can greatly help their community In line with this, we would like to humbly ask the goodness of your hearts any donations, in cash or kind. You can contact us through this cellphone number . Thank you so much for your time and hoping for your positive response. Respectfully yours, Rica Katherina R. Ferrer Health Sector Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan Ms. Ursula Geoda Ursal, RN, MAN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan

February 00, 2013 Edith B. Ortega, PhD Education Supervisor I-ALS Department of Education, Cagayan de Oro City Dear Maam, Greetings! We, the fourth year students of Xavier University- College of Nursing, are having a Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) at Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City. We will be conducting a project entitled Sa Atsara, Kita Makakwarta and Tukog Sa Lubi, Pwede Nga Panginabuhi. The said project will entail Papaya Relish making (Atsara) and basket making made of Coconut twigs. In line with this, we would like to request for assistance from any of your trainers whose specialty is making the above aforementioned. The schedule for the said event will be on February 7, 2013 at 9:00 am. Your positive response would greatly contribute to the success of the project. Respectfully yours, Harley Dean T. Chio Economic Sector Team Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan Ms. Ursula Geoda Ursa, RN, MAN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan COPAR Coordinator

February 1, 2013 Rafaela Hallasgo Manager Baluarte Development Cooperative Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City Maam, Maayong Buntag! Kami mga fourth year nursing students gikan Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan. Naa kami proyekto na pagabuhaton sa Sitio Baluarte nga gi nganlan ug Sa Atsara, Kita Makakwarta. Mangayo kami og permisyo nga kami makig-usa sa inyong COOP nga BADECO arun kani nga proyekto mulahutay og dugay og para makatabang sa pagpanginabuhi sa katauhan sa Sitio Baluarte. Kami nangayo sa inyong partisipasyon niini nga proyekto. Daghang Salamat! Matinauhan, Harley Dean T. Chio Economic Sector Team Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan

February 00, 2013 (Name of supervisor) MAGIS Canteen Supervisor Xavier University- Ateneo de Cagayan Dear Maam, Greetings! We, the fourth year students of Xavier University- College of Nursing, in partial fulfilment of our Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) at Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City, will be conducting a project entitled Sa Atsara, Kita Makakwarta. The said project will entail the papaya relish (Atsara) products. In line with this, we would like to ask permission if we could display and sell some of Sitio Baluartes products at the school canteen (MAGIS complex). Your positive response would greatly contribute to the success of the project. Respectfully yours, Harley Dean T. Chio Economic Sector Team Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan Ms. Ursula Geoda Ursal, RN, MAN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan COPAR Coordinator

February 1, 2013 To whom it may concern, Dear Maam/Sir, Greetings! We, the fourth year students of Xavier University- College of Nursing, in partial fulfilment of our Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) at Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City, will be conducting a set of projects that will contribute to the Sitios welfare. For our project to be possible, we are having a fund raising by means of selling used papers, cans and plastic bottles to a junk shop. We would like to ask if you could help us by giving some of your used papers, cans and plastic bottles. Hoping for your kind consideration regarding this matter. Respectfully yours, Harley Dean T. Chio Economic Sector Team Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan Ms. Ursula Geoda Ursal, RN, MAN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan COPAR Coordinator

February 1, 2013 Lealyn A. Ramos Regional Executive Director Department of Agriculture Regional Office 10 Cagayan de Oro City Dear Maam, Greetings! We, the fourth year students of Xavier University- College of Nursing, in partial fulfilment of our Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) at Sitio Baluarte, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City, will be conducting a project in the said area entitled Herbal, Solusyon sa Mahal na Tambal this coming February 5, 2013 (Tuesday) at 9-11 in the morning. This includes the planting of fast growing herbal seeds of any kind. In line with this, we would like to request for assistance from your office with regards to providing the needed seeds. If permitted, we will need 120 seeds consisting of Lagundi, Acapulco, Garlic, & Sambong. Hoping for your kind consideration regarding this matter. Respectfully yours, Zyra Blanche T. Ebdalin Environmental Sector Team Leader Noted by: Ms. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MN Clinical Instructor, Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan Ms. Irene Grace Guitarte Director, Office of Student Affairs, Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan