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SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I


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Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
09:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Nograles Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
Briefing/hearing on the proposed FY 2023 budget:

- Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
09:30 AM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
Organizational meeting – Presentation of the Committee’s plans and programs by the Committee Chair; Adoption of the Committee Rules of Procedure

Briefing by the Climate Change Commission on its mandates, plans and programs, and legislative agenda; on the Paris Agreement and what it hopes to achieve especially for developing countries like the Philippines; and on what to expect during the Conference of the Parties (COP 27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in November 2022

Report and recommendation by the Commission on Human Rights on the result of the national inquiry on climate change
09:30 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HB 979 – Creating a tripartite council to address the job-skills mismatch, unemployment, and underemployment in the country, and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Mark Go)

HB 885 – Amending RA 7722, otherwise known as the Higher Education Act of 1994, to provide additional developmental funding, to foster degree-granting programs in all post-secondary educational institutions, to promote improvements and other similar programs for the advancement of teaching, and for other purposes (Rep. Michael Romero Ph.D.)

HBs 991 & 1661 – Strengthening the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and appropriating funds therefor, amending for the purpose RA 7722 (Reps. Mark Go and Rufus Rodriguez)

HBs 45, 442 & 730 – Establishing provincial offices of CHED in the Province of Northern Samar, Mountain Province, and Province of Kalinga, respectively, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Paul Ruiz Daza, Maximo Dalog Jr., and Allen Jesse Mangaoang)
10:00 AM
Virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook pages of the HRep and Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo)
HBs 558, 1200, 1286, 1530, 1619, 3018 & 3512 – Expanding the purpose and application of the Special Education Fund (SEF), amending for the purpose Sections 100 and 272 of RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 (Reps. France Castro, Marlyn Primicias-Agabas, Christopher De Venecia, Roman Romulo, Albert Garcia, Marlyn ‘Len’ Alonte, and Romeo Acop)

HB 1583 – Providing for the inclusion of private elementary and secondary schools as beneficiaries of the SEF, amending for the purpose RA 7160, as amended (Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez)

HBs 547, 714, 1849, 1893, 1913, 2697, 2781, 2829, 3476, 3543 & 4072 – Institutionalizing the grant of teaching supplies allowance for public school teachers and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. France Castro, Emigdio Tanjuatco III, Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Lani Mercado-Revilla, Alfred Delos Santos, Christopher De Venecia, Rommel Rico Angara, Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto, Reps. Marjorie Ann Teodoro, Eric Go Yap, and Patrick Michael Vargas)
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Conf. Rms.1&2, RVM Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom
Organizational meeting - Approval of the Committee Rules of Procedure

HRs 187, 229 & 266 – Congratulating and commending Davemark “Dobermann” Apolinario for winning the International Boxing Organization World Flyweight Title at the International Convention Center in East London, South Africa (Reps. Eric Go Yap, Charisse Anne Hernandez, and Steve Chiongbian Solon)

Briefing by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office on its mandate, programs and services, and plans for FY 2023
01:00 PM
Combination of physical meeting at the Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom
HBs 313, 427, 1000, 3396 & 3538 – Converting the capital town of provinces with no component cities, independent component cities or highly urbanized cities within its territorial jurisdiction, into a component city (Reps. Eric Go Yap, Carlito Marquez, Rosemarie Panotes, Wilter Palma, and Paul Ruiz Daza)

HBs 67, 450, 461, 513, 741, 1109, 1182, 1546, 1732, 1780, 1829, 1968, 1989, 2059, 2125, 2307, 2352, 3277, 3317, 3389, 3446, 3646 & 4101 – Providing for the Magna Carta of Barangay Health Workers (BHWs) (Reps. Jose Francisco ‘Kiko’ Benitez Ph.D., Jeffrey Soriano, Juan Carlos ‘Arjo’ Atayde, Ramon Jolo Revilla III, Julienne ‘Jam’ Baronda, Eddiebong Plaza, Christian Tell Yap, Angelica Natasha Co, Maximo Dalog Jr., Johnny Ty Pimentel, Ray Florence Reyes, Antonio Legarda Jr., Joseph Stephen ‘Caraps’ Paduano, Francisco Paolo Ortega V, Rosemarie Panotes, Maximo Dalog Jr., Yedda Marie Romualdez, Reynante Arrogancia, Laarni Lavin Roque, Christopher De Venecia, Edwin Olivarez, Lianda Bolilia, and Lorenz Defensor)

HB 101 – Creating the community health worker education and training program, increasing compensation and other benefits for BHWs, appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Vincent Franco ‘Duke’ Frasco)

HB 301 – Improving and promoting quality delivery of health services in barangays, enacting the BHWs and Services Reform Act of 2019 (Rep. Luis Raymund ’LRay’ Villafuerte Jr.)

HB 378 – Instituting reforms to promote and protect the economic, social, political rights, and well-being of BHWs towards quality health services delivery and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Ma. Rachel Arenas)

HBs 588, 2470 & 3338 – Providing security of tenure for BHWs, amending for this purpose Section 6-D of RA 7883, otherwise known as the BHWs Benefits and Incentives Act of 1995 (Reps. Marlyn Primicias-Agabas, Rufus Rodriguez, and Marie Bernadette Escudero)

HBs 1408, 1438 & 1589 – Mandating the appointment of at least one BHW in every barangay, amending for the purpose RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 (Reps. Keith Micah ‘Atty. Mike’ D.L. Tan, Jose Ma. Zubiri Jr., and Yedda Marie Romualdez)

HB 1547 - Providing for the protection of BHWs for continued health services (Rep. Angelica Natasha Co)

HBs 1577, 1841 & 2835 – Granting fixed honoraria and additional incentives and benefits to BHWs, amending for the purpose RA 7883, otherwise known as the BHWs Incentives and Benefits Act of 1995 (Reps. Olga ‘Ara’ Kho, Wilter Palma, and Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto)

HBs 1922 & 2594 – Mandating the Department of Health to assign at least one BHW to each family, increasing their salaries and benefits (Reps. Alfred Delos Santos and Rufus Rodriguez)

HB 3510 – Ordaining the BHWs’ Incentive and Development Act of 2022 (Rep. Romeo Acop)

HB 3690 – Strengthening the involvement of local communities and local government units in basic education governance by empowering them as partners in educating the learners, engaging their participation in the delivery of basic education services and assessment of the effectivity and effectiveness thereof, and integrating their interventions to achieve the shared goal of quality inclusive education, amending for the purpose Sections 98, 99, 100 and 272 of RA 7160, as amended (Rep. Rex Gatchalian)

HB 2950 – Strengthening local school boards, amending for the purpose Sections 98, 99 & 100 of RA 7160 (Rep. Wilfrido Mark Enverga)

HB 2869 – Declaring August 1 of every year a special nonworking holiday in the Municipality of Kawit, Province of Cavite in commemoration of its founding anniversary (Rep. Ramon Jolo Revilla III)

Last Updated: 26-November-2022, 08:56:27 AM