Hebron - Community Development - Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines

Kayla Marie Belle Hebron

Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines


Community Development

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Work History

HR Specialist I/ Staffing Specialist Associate

24HRPO Inc., APR Consulting Inc.

From April 2013


Balintataw (2010-2012)

Balintataw: UP Behavioral Studies Sociaety Publication (2010-2012)

Associate Editor, 2011-2012

Culture Writer, 2010-2011

The Isles (2006-2008)


Community Development Programs (LGU)

4. LGU Alaminos City Pangasinan May, 2012
City Summer Outreach Program
Community/Project Developer

Rationale: After a community needs analysis, it has come to the attention that most of the people from the coastline area of Alaminos City were unable to finish high school, some even elementary school and the condition is passed onto their young.
I, along with other Honorable Hernani A. Braganza’s scholars, under the supervision of the City Cooperative’s Office conducted a literacy training/seminar for 4 different barangays. The program were for: toddlers ages 1-5; for elementary kids ages 6 to 12; and High school, 13 to 18.

Community Development Programs (LGU)

3. April-May 2011,
Kapatiran-Komunidad People's Coalition (KKPC)
Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP)
Anthropology Watch, Inc. (AnthroWatch)
National Museum of the Philippines
Community/Project Developer, Consultant, Researcher

During my summer internship, I, along with nine other students, became community consultants/project developers of two (2) Non-Government Organizations. 1). For the National Minorities: Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP). We handled the documentations, community needs-analysis and surveys for the Aeta community in Porac, Pampanga. 2). For the Urban-Poor Community of Brgy. Tatalon, Quezon City: KapatiranKomunidad People's Coalition (KKPC). We helped develop projects, draft and manage proposals for outsourcing and sponsorships (Toyota Foundation) for their community of physically challenged and special children.
After community/project works, we became clerical helps for Anthropology Watch Inc (Antrhowatch) and the National Museum of the Philippines. We helped the organizations document and organize their documentations: community needs analysis of the Mangyan of Mindoro(Anthro Watch); and Beyer’s Collections (National Museum).

Community Development Programs (LGU)

2. “OBLEgasyon: Beh A Leader” March, 2011
LGU Pook Dagohoy, UP Diliman Campus, Quezon City
Community/Project Developer, Consultant, Researcher

I, along with nine other students, became community consultants/project developers for Barangay Dagohoy under the Local Government Unit.
We conducted community-needs analysis and developed a community plan which was submitted to the LGU. We also conducted a leadership and self-development training/seminar entitled: “OBLEgasyon: Beh a Leader” for the youth of the Barangay.

Community Development Programs (LGU)

1. LGU Bani, Pangasinan Oct 29,2007-Oct 25, 2010
Sangguniang Kabataan (SK), Chairperson Poblacion Bani, Pangasinan
Sangguniang Kabataan Federation (SKF), Vice- President Bani, Pangasinan

I, along with seven (7) SK Kagawad spearheaded (developed, facilitated, implemented and monitored) a 3-year continuous community development program for barangay Poblacion, under an ERA/annual budget of more than Php140,000.000.
Most of the programs implemented were derived from the programs of the City Cooperative’s Office under Ms. Annabelle Custodio-Hebron under the directory of Honorable Hernani A. Braganza of Alaminos City, Pangasinan.

• Pamaskong Handog para sa Kabataan – an annual programs for children ages 11 years old, held every December
Parlor games, school supplies and grocery items (goods)
• Inter-Purok Basketball League – annual program for the youth ages 18 and below, held every April to May
Rationale: To bridge the gap between the youth (clique) of the 6 major zones of the barangay.
Fact: April 2008, two (2) teams tampered with public documents (Birth Certificate and Baptismal Certificate) to falsify their age and be allowed to join the league.
Team 1 was haughty enough to challenge the council to find evidence to support the allegation in exchange for a null and void over all throughout the “season”. Thorough investigation was conducted and when they were found guilty they were stripped off a chance to the championship.
Team 2 admitted to their misdemeanor but brought their own council to justify their act. They were right that they need not in fact violate the age rule, but they however tampered with a public document and hence rewarded with a congenial punishment: the whole team including the coach were tasked to clean the whole court they were playing on, under the supervision and help, of course, of the SK council.
• Clean- Up Drive with the help of the Ecumenical Community (Iglesia Filipina Independiente, Roman Catholic, United Methodist Church), May 2009
Rationale: Tropical storm Emong hit Bani and damaged 70% of our barangay’s livelihood and infrastructure. Telecommunication and roads for announcements were at scarce, the Churches were served as means for delivering the program as most of the people in the community are church goers.
Fact: 100% of the total public area of barangay Poblacion was cleaned.
• Mushroom Growing for livelihood program (LGU Alaminos City, Pangasinan), April 2010
Training on how to grow mushroom on a plastic was conducted.
Trainers were from the office of LGU Alaminos City.
• Carol-Singing, December 2008-2009
The SK council, every December 22-23, serenades the Barangay.
Contingency-fund raising project
Rationale: To acquire monetary help. It helps most of the time since the ERA is too hard to process.

Qualifications & Certifications

BA Behavioral Sciences

University of the Philippines Manila

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