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UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS

GRADUATE SCHOOL
ACADEMIC YEAR 2010 – 2011

Community Development Program


/ Community Extension Service

A Literature Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School


of the University of Santo Tomas

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Nursing Administration 3


For the Degree of Master of Arts in Nursing

Andal Jesse Ian Y.


Carpio, Kathryn Kaye
Sales, Philip John C.
OCTOBER 2009

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT / COMMUNITY EXTENTION SERVICES

The Medium-Term Development Plan for Higher Education, 2005-2010


(MTDPHE, 2005-2010)

• Articulates how the higher education system could contribute to the attainment of
the national development
• Outlines the government’s development goals to reduce the incidence of poverty
and spread the fruits of economic prosperity

Three main functions:


• Human Resources Development
• Research
• Extension services

Primary goal:
To improve access to and success in higher education
• Through improved quality of higher education institutions
• Rationalized governance and financing of higher education
• Stronger research and community extension services

Goals, Strategies, Action Plans


For the next six years, efforts will be directed to the following priority strategies:

1. Broadening the access of economically and socially disadvantaged groups to higher


education and rechanneling some public resources directly to students to promote
greater purchasing power and freedom of choice of educational opportunities;

2. Expanding alternative learning systems/modalities of higher learning;

3. Improving the quality of HEIs, programs and graduates to match the demands of
domestic and global markets;

4. Strengthening research and community extension activities in HEIs; and

5. Rationalizing governance and financing

MTDPHE Development Thrusts


The policies and strategies and the implementation of corresponding programs outlined
in this Plan shall be governed by the following development thrusts:

• Quality and Excellence: Towards Global Competitiveness in Higher Education

• Access and Equity: Building a Just Society

• Efficiency and Effectiveness: Achieving Optimum Results from Investment in


Higher Education

• Relevance and Responsiveness: Responding to the Diverse Needs of a Dynamic


Society
- In addition to instruction, the research and extension service functions of HEIs
also respond to the needs of their immediate communities, the region, the
national economy and the international market. Thus, higher education
programs become relevant if instruction adapts to changes in the various
professions and responds to the requirements of domestic and global markets
and a knowledge-based economy. They are also relevant if research activities in
HEIs generate new knowledge, technologies and best practices that create new
wealth and enterprises for the country’s socio-economic development. Lastly,
activities in HEIs are relevant if extension services respond to the community
development needs and help realize aspirations of these communities to be
self-reliant.

Extension Services

One of the avenues for enhancing relevance of higher education is through


participation in addressing the needs of the communities where the HEIs are located.
Since SUCs are not present in every community, LCUs serve as alternatives since they
are created based on the needs of the communities. Aside from manpower training, HEIs
can extend various services to uplift the social environment in the community. The
research activities of the HEIs can address the employment and economic needs of the
community. Industries and products can be improved and expanded to enhance their
competitive edge through application of research outputs of HEIs. In addition, based on
the outputs of various research activities, HEIs can serve as advocates for certain issues.
To underscore the importance of extension service as one of the main functions of HEIs,
there is a need to establish a system of recognition, rewards and incentives for best
practices

Definition
Extension Services refers to the act of communicating, persuading and helping
specific sector or target clienteles to enable them to effectively improve production,
community, institution and quality of life

Include the following Concepts:

1. Training Programs
- Non-degree and non-credit courses offered by a college or unit
2. Technical assistance and advisory services
- To agencies, organizations, associations
3. Communication/information services
- Communication and dissemination of knowledge and skills to particular clientele
or groups
• Person-to-person contact
• radio
• television
• newspaper
• printed materials
4. Community outreach activities
• Community based social services,
• pilot project,
• mobile clinic, etc.
5. Technology transfer, utilization, and commercialization
- Circulating, promoting, marketing research outputs or technology to potential
users
CMO 8 series 2008
GUIDELINES FOR THE CHED OUTSTANDING EXTENSION PROGRAM AWARD

ELIGIBILITY
• Consistent with mandate, academic program offerings and research programs of
institution
• Active and with accomplishment/outputs during the last 3 years

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING

Developmental impact 50%


• Contribution of the program to regional/ national
development and productivity of the society

Institutional and policy environment for the Program 40%


• Organizational/infrastructural and policy support
Provided by the HEI to the program such as but
not limited to extension office, equipment, funding
manpower and other policies supportive of program

Recognition given to the program 10%


• Citations, Awards given by external organization

2 NATIONAL WINNERS 16 REGIONAL WINNERS

• NATIONAL Winners
Trophy and P1M
Trophy and P500, 000

• Regional Winners
Plaque of recognition and P300, 000
CMO 60 series 2006
IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES FOR THE CHED CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE AND
CENTERS OF DEVELOPMENT

Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development


Existing Centers of Excellence/Centers of Development3 (COEs/CODs) shall be
sustained and additional centers shall be identified in priority programs and provided
support for faculty development, library and laboratory upgrading, research and
community extension services, instructional programs and materials development
and networking. COEs/CODs shall establish linkages with industry to ensure the
responsiveness of the programs to the labor market.

1. BASIC CONCEPTS

1.7 Roles and Responsibilities


The units and institutions cooperating in this program shall adopt the
following roles and responsibilities:
1.7.1 Centers of Development and Higher Education Institutions
H. Undertake extension services and linkage projects through
regional or national consortia agreements, internationalization
activities and industry-academe collaboration;

2. OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR GRANTS AND BENEFITS OF CENTERS

2.3 The grants for the Centers of Development can be used for the following:
2.3.3 Extension Services and Linkages
a. Industry-Academe Projects
b. Faculty Development for Other Institutions
c. Consortia Agreements
d. Internationalization Activities

SELECTION CRITERIA
Potential CODs shall be identified using the following criteria

3. EXTENSION SERVICES AND LINKAGES 20%


3.1 Personnel 6.00%
3.2 Organization and Budget 3.00%
3.3 Facilities and Equipment 3.00%
3.4 Output 8.00%
CMO 14 series of 2009
POLICIES AND STANDARDS FOR BACHERLOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (BSN)
PROGRAM

ARTICLE VI
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Section 10. Program Administration:
10.2 The Dean shall have the following functions and responsibilities:
l. Initiates research and community extension
projects/programs;
Section 11. Faculty Qualifications/Requirements:
11.7. Teaching Load. The teaching load of faculty members should be
as follows:
a. Full-time faculty members may carry a combined RLE and
teaching
load of not more than thirty-six (36) units per semester which
include
consultation hours and other activities related to RLE
instruction,
research and community extension services.
Local Colleges and Universities (LCU) and State Colleges and Universities
(SCU) Programs on extension services Programs and Service

Aquinas University Community Extension Services (AQ-CES)


Albay, Legaspi

• National Service Training Program (NSTP)


• Program Development, Evaluation and Community Extension Support Services
• Community Organizing, Advocacy, Training, Research, Publication and Volunteer
Mobilization Services

San Pedro College


Davao City

SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL


• Months Care Giver Course
• Health Care Services NC II

STREET EDUCATION FOR STREET CHILDREN


• Outreach Activities
• Values Education
• Group Counseling
• Home Visitation
• Alternative Learning System
• Referrals
• Scholarships

OUTREACH PROGRAMS
• Pamaskong Handog
• Emergency Assistance to Victims of Calamities

COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
• Core Group Formation and Strengthening
• People's Organization Formation

TRAININGS AND CONSULTANCY

• Primary Health Care


• Basic Health Skill
• First Aid in Emergency Care
• Values Formation
• Leadership Skills
• Spirituality in Governance
• Community Organizing

CHURCH SOCIO-CIVIC INVOLVEMENT


• Hypertension Screening
• Medical Services
• Operation Tuli
• Basic Health Skill Training

Assumption College
Davao City

Programs and Services


1. Alternative Medicine
• Information Campaign
• Training
2. Environment/Ecology
• Community Greening
• Clean-up drive
• Waste Management
• Adopt-a-site
3. Non-Formal Education Program
• Community Greening
• Clean-up drive
• Waste Management
• Adopt-a-site
4. Livelihood
• Hog Dispersal
• Locally Manufactures Snacks
• Community Health
5. Advocacy
• Radio Program
6. Networking and Linkages
• CENRO
• DENR
• DSWD
• BJMP R-11
• DACUN Community Extensioners

Activities
• Forum
• Symposium
• Exposure-immersion
• Clean-up Drives
• Waste Segregation
• Fact-finding Mission
• Radio Guesting/Anchoring
• Community Health Workers Training
• Area Visitation and Monitoring
• Organizing
• Organizational Meeting and Evaluation
• Rest and Recreation
Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation
Lucena City

According to Nature of Project


• Campus-based Projects (camp-based)
• Community-based projects (com-based)
According to Management Hosting
• Faculty - initiated
• Student - initiated
• Joint faculty and student - initiated
• Departmental
• University - wide
According to sub-objectives being addressed.
• Greater Community Involvement thru Value
Re-direction and Social Services
• Better Environmental Conditions
• Livelihood Opportunity and Improved
Income

Saint Louie College


San Fernando

Catechetical Instruction
• School-based Catechism
• Parish/ Community-based Catechism
Functional Literacy
• provide basic skills in reading
• provide basic skills in writing
• provide basic skills in computer
Livelihood Skills Training and Seminars
• augment their income, adults and out-of-school youth
• Provide given skills on fruit processing, dressmaking and carpentry
Cooperative Development
• conduct seminars on accounting
• bookkeeping
• recording
• purchasing multi-purpose of cooperatives,
• product packaging
• labeling seminar-workshops
Health Care and Nutrition
• feeding program
• medical-dental mission
• seminars on meal preparation, nutrition, sanitation, first aid, drug and fertility
awareness,
• crime prevention
Water System Development
• constructing a water system
• consisting of a water storage tank
• providing electric motor-pump
• cleaning pipes as source of safe and potable water
Environmental Protection and Management
• environmental protection and management
• street and coastal cleaning
• tree-planting
• seminars on composting and proper waste management
Professional Services
• tapped as speakers and facilitators in trainings and seminar-workshops in
• renders free legal services
Charity
• Relief goods to calamity victims.
• Gawad Kalinga
• book donations