SDO-Navotas Holds 2019 Stakeholders Forum on Joint Delivery Voucher Program Implementation

By: Grace Ramintas-Nieves

DepEd Order No. 19, signals the beginning of JDVP implementation for School Year 2019-2020. It is a voucher subsidy for Grade 12 SHS students taking TVL Track. Learners are taking their Grade 12 Specialization in eligible private TVI institutions.
100% National Certificate Passers on various Qualifications under the Joint Delivery Voucher Program (JDVP) –  this is the ultimate target of SDO-Navotas for this year’s JDVP implementation.

To achieve this the Division conducted the 2019 Stakeholders Forum on the implementation of the Joint Delivery Voucher Program (JDVP), on December 23, 2019, at the Division Conference Room. It was conducted to realize the following objectives:

  • Gather feedback on the implementation of the program from all the stakeholders;
  • Identify gaps for further improvement
  • Provide a venue to discuss matters regarding the program implementation
  • Establish rapport between school personnel and partner institutions.

The activity was participated by SDO-Officials headed by our performing SDS Dr. Alejandro G. Ibañez, our supportive ASDS, Dr. Buenafe E. Sabado, equally supportive CID Chief, Mrs, Loida O. Balasa, Dr. Grace R. Nieves, EPS In-Charge of TLE-TVL, Mrs.Editha O. Peregrino, PSDS, Division SHS Coordinator, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers, representatives from partner Technical and Vocational Institutions (College of St. Amatiel, St. Catherene Institute of Technology, St. Michael Archangel Technological Institute, Honorio Lopez Technical Institute and Interface Computer College) parents and student beneficiaries.

Issues and concerns were raised and discussed during the forum. Each of the group of the stakeholders such as students, parents, TVI representatives and principals were given the chance to share their experiences and views on how to further improve program delivery.

In the message of Dr. Al Ibañez, he underscored that “the success of every program implementation rely on the collaboration of everyone, therefore each of the stakeholders should take a piece of the pie.”Dr. Ibañez also challenged schools and all partners to help realize the goal of SDO-Navotas to reach the 100% NCII passing in the TESDA Assessment in all qualifications.

A pose with our Schools Division Superintendent Dr Alejandro G. Ibañez, OIC-ASDS Dr.Buenafe E. Sabado, our CID Chief, Mrs Loida O. Balasa, PSDS-Division SHS Coordinator Mrs. Editha O. Peregrino, EPS In-Charge of TLE-TVL, Dr. Grace R. Nieves, KHS Principal, Dr. Cristina C. Castillo-Miclat, Asst. Principals, Teachers, Partner TVIs, parents and students.

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