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Notice of Negotiated Procurement after Two Failed Bidding Procurement of Mini PC’s for UP Cebu

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UNU-IIGH Global Health Seminar

At the UP Cebu Professional Schools: Dr. Obijiofor Aginam, Deputy Director of United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health tells delegates to the Global Health Seminar for Young Professionals to be ready to come up with creative proposals to solve the challenges facing planetary health.

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UP Executive Vice President Ted Herboso, former health undersecretary: Health is the most searched term on Google, next to sex. Tax on tobacco should be higher. The revenues can be used promote health literacy via the internet. Taxes on beverages need not be raised. That is okay if the problem is obesity. But many of our poor take soft drinks as cheap sources of calories.

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Prof. Dr. Romeo Falcon Quijano: Health is a complete state of harmony between human beings and the environment.

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Dr. Obijiofor Aginam, deputy director, United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health: See yourselves as ambassadors of planetary health. Think of how you can make a difference for the planet in your communities… Nobody can teach you sustainability. It is something you have to live yourselves.

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A group of delegates to the Global Health Seminar organized by the Rockefeller Foundation and United Nations University Institute for Global Health (UNU-IGH) speak about strategies to build interconnections in the practice of planetary health on Oct. 13, 2017, with Prof. Dr. Weena Gera and Dr. Obijiofor Aginam, UNU-IGH deputy director in the foreground. The presentation was the culmination of the three-day event at the UP Cebu Professional Schools, South Road Properties, Cebu City.

 

To all UP Cebu students

” YOUR 46.50 IS NOW READY FOR RELEASE AT THE CASH OFFICE. YOU MAY NOW CLAIM THE AMOUNT STARTING TODAY, OCTOBER 11, 2017. PLEASE BRING WITH YOU 3.50 PESOS. THANK YOU.”

Deadline for submission of nomination for Gawad Chancellor

From Prof. Dr. Marie Rose Arong: Deadline for the submission of nominations for this year’s Gawad Chancellor is Friday, 13th October 2017, 5 p.m

Be a UP Cebu Peer Facilitator!

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GAD Main streaming in schoolsand other wellness activities

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Final Book of Abstracts of the Philippine Sociological Society’s conference

From Prof. Dr. Phoebe Zoe Maria Sanchez:

Final Book of Abstracts of the Philippine Sociological Society’s conference to be held in UP Cebu from 5 to 7 October 2017. Click Here to download.

September 2017 UP Cebu appointments

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PROCUREMENT OF STORAGE CABINETS FOR UP CEBU

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The Time for Talk is Over: Edible Landscapes and Road Sharing

From Prof. Dr. Weena Jade Gera: This Thursday, 28 September 2017, 2.30-5pm, let’s join one of Asia’s most respected voices for ecological stewardship, Atty. Antonio “Tony” A. Oposa, Jr.* in consolidating our ideas to address pressing urban concerns of congestion, urban poverty and hunger, urban flooding, among others, through edible landscapes and road sharing.
Together with the UP Cebu Student Council and the Environmental Politics and Governance class, we are inviting the youth to this collective action of shifting the economic mindset from the present egocentric model of mindless extraction and consumption, to the inclusive model of conservation, protection and restoration.
*In 1993, Atty. Oposa made headlines worldwide for his role in the landmark case Oposa v. Factoran, where the Philippine Supreme Court held that a group of minors had the right to sue on behalf of succeeding generations because every generation has a responsibility to the next to preserve nature. In 1997, Atty. Oposa was awarded the highest United Nations honor in the field of environment: the UNEP Global 500 Roll of Honor. “For his path-breaking and passionate crusade to engage Filipinos in acts of enlightened citizenship that maximize the power of the Law to protect and nurture the environment, for themselves, their children, and generations yet unborn,” In 2009, he received the Ramon Magsaysay Award.