MALAYBALAY CITY (OP-IPS) Guests in the Pag-Ambitay Daw Ag Kaulian (Share To Heal): A Social Innovation Kontra COVID-19 radio program articulate on nine dimensions of the new normal; governance and management, health and wellness, economic development and food security, legal systems, education, mental health, media literacy, spirituality and culture.
Infographics show a sample each of the resource persons who spoke on the nine dimensions at the weekly radio program, which airs Wednesdays, 9-11a.m. on DXBU 104.5 FM and streams live on Facebook.
The university-wide extension project sought to address the ‘infodemic’, which the World Health Organization has sought to address by promoting healthy behaviors and mitigating the harm from misinformation and disinformation (see related story).
The university initiated the project in partnership with the Malaybalay City Government thru City Mayor Florencio T. Flores Jr and the Office of Bukidnon Second District Representative Atty. Jonathan Keith T. Flores. (Graphics courtesy of OVPREI)
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MALAYBALAY CITY (July 16, 2018) The College of Social Development and Technology (CSDT) faculty completed a training session on document analysis for its application for
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