Yes For Peace

 

Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.”

o  1987 Constitution      

Road Map 2017-2022  (Yes4Peace).pdf Road Map 2017-2022 (Yes4Peace).pdf
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HISTORICAL NOTES 1988 - 2017.pdf HISTORICAL NOTES 1988 - 2017.pdf
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Menu of Available Programs.pdf Menu of Available Programs.pdf
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

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Yes for Peace 2017 - Questionnaire.pdf Yes for Peace 2017 - Questionnaire.pdf
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Yes for Peace 2017 -- Homeroom Tabulation.pdf Yes for Peace 2017 -- Homeroom Tabulation.pdf
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Yes for Peace 2017 Regional Summary.xls Yes for Peace 2017 Regional Summary.xls
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COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION
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A Resolution Calling for Bayanihan Towards
a Peaceful, Progressive and Prosperous Philippines


Bearing in mind the declaration embodied in the 1987 Constitution, “Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.”

Noting that the responses of Eleven Million Two Hundred Thirty Six Thousand Nine Hundred Eighteen (11,236,918) Filipinos, 10 years and older, education and advocacy phase of the YES FOR PEACE – Bayanihan para sa Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganahan campaign that were gathered by the Department of Education (DepEd) currently being safe kept by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) and waiting to be processed to build a national constituency for peace were symbolically received by the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process from its Organizer during the 30th anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution.

Agreeing with the goal of the YES FOR PEACE – Bayanihan ng Bayan para sa Mapayapa, Maunlad at Masaganang Pilipinas

Permanent cessation of armed hostilities between the soldiers of the government and armed revolutionary groups;

Conduct of open and participative peace negotiations here in the Philippines; and

Filipinos mediate the peace talks.

Committing ourselves to help disseminate information on projects and programs of different government agencies to alleviate poverty and uplift the lives of the poor;

WE, learners of the Integrated Gabay ng Paglilingkod XXVI (I-Gabay XXVI), respectfully inform the peace negotiators of both the GRP and the NDFP of the following existing government programs that if integrated and holistically delivered can help give flesh to the foregoing principles quoted above:

1. Department of Education –

a. Peace Education and Advocacy campaign (YES FOR PEACE)
b. Establishment of Elementary and High Schools with active community involvement
c. Education 360 – comprehensive education program ( A replicable best practice from Valenzuela City)

2. Philippine Postal Corporation
a. Peace constituency building (Databasing of KaBayanihans of YES FOR PEACE)

3. Cooperative Development Authority

a. Organization and supervision of community-based Multi-Purpose Cooperatives

4. Department of Social Work and Development –

a. Kabit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan (KALAHI)
b. Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services (CIDSS)
c. National Community Driven Development Program (NCDDP)
d. Sustainable Livelihood Program
e. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
f. Social Pension (sickly, disabled and frail elderly with no existing pensions)
g. Supplementary Feeding Program

5. Department of Agrarian Reform –

a. Land Tenure Services
b. Agrarian Legal Services
c. Technical Advisory Support Services
    i. Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness

6. Department of Environment Natural Resources

a. Community Based Forestry Management
b. Watershed Development Program
c. National Greening Program
d. Residential and Agricultural Free Patent
e. Spring Development Program (proposal-NWRB)

7. Department of Agriculture –

a. Agricultural Credit and Financing Programs
i. Sikat Saka Program (SSP)
ii. Agro-Industry Modernization Credit and Financing Program
iii. Agri-Microfinance Program (AMP)
iv. Cooperative Banks Agri-Lending Program (CBAP)

b. Training and Extension Services
c. Agribusiness and Marketing Services
d. Agriculture and Fisheries Information Services

8. National Irrigation Administration –

a. Communal Irrigation Systems

9. Department of Trade and Industry –

a. Small and Medium Scale Enterprise Development

10. Department of Tourism –

a. Community-based Ecotourism

11. Department of Public Works and Highways 

a. Farm to Market roads and bridges
b. Potable Water Impounding Systems

12. Local Waterworks Utilities Administration

a. First, second and third level water districts

13. Department of Energy

a. Multi-purpose small and medium scale hydro-electric dams
b. Electric Cooperatives

14. Department of Health 

a. Doctors to the Barrios program
b. Nurse Deployment program
c. Mandatory community immersion of medical and nursing students of State Universities (proposal)

15. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources 

a. Community-based aquatic resources development

16. Department of Interior and Local Government -

a. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)
b. Comprehensive Local Integration Program (CLIP)
c. Bottom-up Budgeting

17. Department of Science and Technology -

a. Technology Transfer and Commercialization/Innovation System Support
b. S&T Services such as Technical Consultancy, Packaging and Labeling Services, Testing and Laboratory Services, and Technology Trainings
c. S&T Human Resource Development - Scholarship programs for S&T Priority Courses

18. Department of National Defense

a. Internal Peace and Security Plan (Armed Forces of the Philippines)

Believing that Bayanihan or collective involvement and participation is the key to open the locks restraining the Filipino people from realizing a peaceful, progressive and prosperous Philippines we all dream of, we call on all peace-loving Filipinos, including Career Executive Service Officers (CESOs) and other government officials and employees to the call of YES FOR PEACE – Bayanihan ng Bayan para sa Mapayapan Maunlad at Masaganang Pilipinas to pro-actively observe the ongoing peace talks and participate in the comprehensive peace process to the best of their respective abilities.

Signed this 13th day of October 2016 at the D’Hotel and Suites, Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte.

ERNESTO A. ALCANZARE MARIO S. BAQUILOD ANGEL L. BORJA

LORENZO M. DIZON ARISTARCO M. DOROY RIDUAN P. HADJIMUDIN

CLEMENT W. LABOY LILIBETH G. LEE RENATO C. LIMJUCO

RACHEL R. LLANA MADELYN L. MACALLING ARLAN M. MANGELEN

MIRIAM M. MARCELO LORENZO E. MENDOZA MARINA S. SALAMANCA

ALELI P. SUDIACAL MANUELA S. TOLENTINO ADORA MAY P. UROT


n.b.: The signatories are Career Executive Service (CES) learners of the Integrated Gabay ng Paglilingkod Session 26 (I-Gabay XXVI) of the Leadership and Management Proficiency (LAMP) program of the Career Executive Service Board.

SUPPORT TO PEACE TALKS Gov. Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado signs the “Manipesto ng Pagkakaisa sa Kapayapaan, Bulacan Para sa Makatarungang Kapayapaan” insupport of ongoing peace talks between the National Democratic Front of the Philippines and the Philippine government during a ceremony at Balagtas Hall of the Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center in the City of Malolos, Bulacan. Waiting for his turn to sign is Vice Gov. Daniel Fernando (left). PHOTO BYFREDERICK SILVERIIO

BULACAN officials led by Gov. Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado and Vice Gov. Daniel Fernando called on Bulakenyos to fully support ongoing peace talks between the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), saying this will help propel the country’s growth and stability. Alvarado and Fernando also signed the “Manipesto ng Pagkakaisa sa Kapayapaan (Bulacan para sa Makatarungang Kapayapaan)” with leaders of militant groups, Catholic priests and farmers’ organizations during the “Talakayan Patungkol sa Peace Talks” held at the Francisco Balagtas Hall of the Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center in Malolos City on Tuesday afternoon.  - Click to read more at The Manila Times

EDSA 27

PILIPINAS NATIN
ABOT TANAW NA

YES FOR PEACE count as of 25 Feb 2013:
6,145,415

Representatives of YES FOR PEACE marched with Former President Fidel V. Ramos in front of the AFP and PNP contingents from Camp Aguinaldo to the EDSA People Power Monument. Another group was in front of the civilian side.

Upon directions of PFVR, joined the “traditional jump” with former Senator Agapito “Butch” Aquino and members of (ATOM) August Twenty One Movement.

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS CONSIDERED FOR INCLUSION OF SYMBOLIC TURN-OVER OF 11,236,918 YES FOR PEACE RESPONSES TO PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III DURING PROGRAMME OF ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF 1986 PEOPLE POWER REVOLUTION 

Campaign Highlights.pdf Campaign Highlights.pdf
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Campaign Highlights with Notes on the Comprehensive Peace Process (as of January 22, 2015)  

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Letter dated February 5, 2015 from Department of Education Secretary Armin A. Luistro, FSC to President Benigno S. Aquino III 

EDSA 30

PAGBABAGO
IPINAGLABAN N’YO
ITUTULOY KO!

 YES FOR PEACE count as of 25 Feb 2016:  
11,236,918 

Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Secretary Teresita “Ging” Quintos – Deles symbolically received results of the education and advocacy component of YES FOR PEACE in front of President Benigno S. Aquino III, Executive Secretary Pacquito Ochoa and Speaker Sonny Belmonte
YES FOR PEACE was dubbed as “Makabagong Anyo ng People Power” by the EDSA People Power Commission.
“RESOLVED FURTHER, that UP shall offer its campus as a possible venue for open and multilateral peace talks between the government and all armed revolutionary groups, and serve as mediating institution in peace talks;
“RESOLVED FINALLY, that UP recognize and support the DiYES FOR PEACE campaign and all its objectives, both within the university and nationwide.”
GOALS:
a. Permanent cessation of armed hostilities between the government and all armed groups;
b. Conduct of peace talks anywhere in the Philippines instead of abroad; and
c. Bayanihan or collective involvement and participation for the implementation of programs and projects that have been or will be     agreed upon in peace talks.
Memorandum dated January 18, 2016.pdf Memorandum dated January 18, 2016.pdf
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Unnumbered Memorandum from Undersecretary Mario A. Derequito re: “Yes for Peace – Bayanihan para sa KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganahan) and Reiteration of Declaration of All Schools a Zone Of Peace 

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Proposed Activity Guidelines for Public and Private Elementary and High Schools that have yet to comply by participating as of January 18, 2016

 
Yes for Peace Questionnaire 2014.docx Yes for Peace Questionnaire 2014.docx
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Yes for Peace Homeroom Tabulation.pdf Yes for Peace Homeroom Tabulation.pdf
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Yes for Peace School Summary.xls Yes for Peace School Summary.xls
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Yes for Peace Schools District Summary.xls Yes for Peace Schools District Summary.xls
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Yes for Peace Regional Summary.xls Yes for Peace Regional Summary.xls
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OPEN LETTERS

OPEN LETTER 3 for JOMA SISON.pdf OPEN LETTER 3 for JOMA SISON.pdf
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AN OPEN LETTER FOR JOMA SISON
AN OPEN LETTER 06 March 2014.pdf AN OPEN LETTER 06 March 2014.pdf
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AN OPEN LETTER FOR ALL KABAYANIHAN "MY TEACHER, MY HERO"

AN OPEN LETTER_12 February 2014.pdf AN OPEN LETTER_12 February 2014.pdf
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AN OPEN LETTER FOR ALL "EDUCATORS"

AN OPEN LETTER 10 February 2014.pdf AN OPEN LETTER 10 February 2014.pdf
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AN OPEN LETTER FOR ALL "DEANS, PRESIDENTS AND HEADS OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS"

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AN OPEN LETTER FOR ALL "MY TEACHER, MY HERO"

AN OPEN LETTER _04 November 2013_.pdf AN OPEN LETTER _04 November 2013_.pdf
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AN OPEN LETTER FOR ALL "MY TEACHER, MY HERO"

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ISANG BUKAS NA LIHAM PARA SA LAHAT NG "MY TEACHER, MY HERO"

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Public and Private Elementary and High Schools

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DEPED MEMORANDUM NO. 277 S. 2011

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SIMULTANEOUS PRESS CONFERENCE OF "YES FOR PEACE"

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PARTICIPATION TO THE
2013 YES FOR PEACE – BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN CAMPAIGN

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 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO DEPED ADVISORY NO. 391. S. 2013 (Participation to the 2013 Yes for Peace -- Yes for Peace Bayanihan Para sa Kapayapaan Campaign)

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PARTICIPATION TO THE 2014 YES FOR PEACE -- BAYANIHAN PARA SA KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganaan)

COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION

Public and Private Higher Educational Institutions

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CAMPAIGN FOR "YES FOR PEACE BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN, KAUNLARAN AT KASAGANAHAN"
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EXTENSION FOR REGISTRATION TO THE "YES FOR PEACE - BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN, KAUNLARAN AT KASAGANAHAN (KKK) CAMPAIGN"
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CAMPAIGN FOR "YES FOR PEACE BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN, KAUNLARAN AT KASAGANAHAN"
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PARTICIPATION IN THE 2014 "YES FOR PEACE BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN" CAMPAIGN
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Extension of activities of the YES FOR PEACE - Bayanihan para sa KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganahan) Campaign

Extension of YES FOR PEACE - Bayanihan para sa Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganahan

PARTICIPATION AT THE
2013 YES FOR PEACE – BAYANIHAN PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN CAMPAIGN

Extension of Activities of the YES FOR PEACE -- Bayanihan para sa KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganaan) campaign until February 15, 2014

Extension of Activities of the YES FOR PEACE -- Bayanihan para sa KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganaan) campaign until February 15, 2014

OTHER SECTORS

PERIPHERALS / TEMPLATES
 
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VIDEOS

Vice-President Leni Robredo, called on Filipinos to join hands to assert the constitutional provision,"Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority eminates from them."
YES FOR PEACE was dubbed as “Makabagong Anyo ng People Power” by the EDSA People Power Commission.

 

Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Secretary Teresita “Ging” Quintos – Deles symbolically received results of the education and advocacy component of YES FOR PEACE in front of President Benigno S. Aquino III, Executive Secretary Pacquito Ochoa and Speaker Sonny Belmonte

[Good Morning Boss] Panayam kay Ernesto Alcanzare - Convenor, "Yes for Peace" ukol sa Yes for Peace campaign (Ulat ni Karla Paderna) [April 22, 2015] [04|22|15]

An interview with Rear Admiral Miguel Rodriguez in the AFP Bayanihan program aired over UNTV.

 

PTV-4 news on YES FOR PEACE, 14 August 2014. 

Discussion on YES FOR PEACE with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) Central Committee in Camp Darapanan, Maguindanao at the height of the controversy on the constitutionality of the Bangsamoro Juridical Entity - Memorandum of Agreement Ancestral Domain (BJE-MOA
AD) in 2008.

The MILF sent its representatives -- Mr Abdulla Camlian and Atty Musib Buat -- when the campaign was relaunched on October 10, 2008 by then DepED Secretary Jesli Lapus at the Rizal High School in Pasig City.

Sharing a news feature on YES FOR PEACE aired last February 13, 2015 by PTV-4. Naipaliwanag pong maigi ng reporter ang mga na maabot ng Bayanihan para sa KKK (Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Kasaganahan). Sana makaabot po kay PNoy.

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