PSA-BARMM conducts training for BARMM LCRs
In line with the celebration of the 30th Civil Registration Month, PSA-BARMM conducted two batches of Training for the Updates on Civil Registration, RA 9048, RA 10172, and Other Related Laws, Rules and Regulations for the Local Civil Registrars (LCRs) of BARMM in February 2020. This was initiated by OIC-Regional Director Razulden A. Mangelen and Delson A. Yusop, Registration Officer IV.
The first batch was conducted last 13 to 14 February 2020 at LM Metro Hotel, Zamboanga City. This was attended by LCRs of Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi, as well as representatives from PSA-BARMM Regional and Provincial Offices, and PSA Central Office.
Yusop officially started the training by explaining the Rules Governing Registration of Birth, Death, Marriage and Others. This was followed by the report on Updates on Civil Registration by Emilio Querubin Jr., Registration Officer III of PSA Civil Registry Service (CRS). Moreover, Atty. Henedine P. Palabras, Director of PSA Legal Service, discussed the RA 9048, RA 10172 and Others, which was then continued by Noli R. Reynaldo, PSA Legal Service Staff. On the second day, Querubin presented about DeCap, and was followed by OIC-RD Mangelen who disucssed Civil Registration Issues and Concerns in BARMM. The training was ended by Medzhor A. Tan, Chief Statistical Specialist of PSA-Sulu, with his closing remarks.
The second batch was conducted last 27 to 28 February 2020 at Alnor Convention Center, Cotabato City. This was attended by LCRs of Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao, together with representatives from PSA-BARMM Regional and Provincial Offices, and PSA Central Office.
Yusop also discussed the same topic in this batch. This was followed by Alexander P. Pilimpinas, Registration Officer III of PSA CRS, with his presentation on the Updates on Civil Registration and DeCap. Ma. Jesusa Divina Iris of PSA Legal Service discussed the RA 9048, RA 10172 and Others, and was continued by Jemalyn G. Junio, Administrative Officer V of PSA CRS. After the lectures, OIC-RD Mangelen also discussed the issues and concerns of civil registration in the region.