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Winners in short film contest awarded
by Julie G. Fianza / PIO

The city government recognized students from Bakakeng and Baguio City high schools who won in different categories in the 2017 Disaster and Risk Reduction Management short film contest.

During the regular flag raising ceremonies showcasing National Disaster Resilience Month at City Hall last week, recognized were BCHS’s film entitled “Updated” under the typhoon readiness category coached by Leones Gonsoden won the plum prize over “Bulong ng Bagyo” of Bakakeng National High School coached by Fraidelyn Docallas.

For the bomb threat category, “Anghel ng Apoy,” of Bakakeng NHS coached by Adoniram Basingan won over “The Threat” (BCHS), coached by Mathrina Galasgas.

The short film “Stuck” (Bakakeng NHS) coached by Docallas won over three other films, “Superhero” (BCHS) coached by Efraim Pinas, “Laging Handa para sa Kaligtasan,” (Dominican Mirador NHS) coached by Clifford Aridao; and “Pamana” by Sto. Tomas NHS and coached by August Adiwang, Chloe Ann Villanueva, and Bing Buasen.

The landslide film category was won by “Catalyst,” (BCHS), coached by Eva Layagan, over “Landslide,” of Bakakeng NHS coached by Basingan.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan, city councilors, and Baguio City Schools Division Superintendent Federico Martin handed over cash prizes and plaques of recognition to the students. Winning students were given P8,000 each, while the schools were presented a laptop worth P20,000.

The school principals, participating coaches, students, and short-film co-chair Estelito Mendoza were given certificates of recognition for their support to the disaster risk reduction and management program.

This year’s theme for the National Disaster Resilience Month is, “Katatagan sa kalamidad ay makakamtan kapag sapat ang kaalaman sa kahandaan.”

The commemoration of National Resilience Month is anchored on Executive Order 37, signed on Aug. 10, 1999.


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