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EXTENSION

UEP Extension Flagship Program

The Extension Flagship Program of the university is embodied in the acronym UEP:BIDA in HELPING, where BIDA stands for Barangay Integrated Development Assistance and HELPING stands for:

                          H        Healthcare and sanitation, wellness and Safety

                          E        Education and Environmental Protection

                          L        Livelihood Development

                          P        Productivity (Agri-Fishery & Social Sector)

                          I         Innovation of technologies and improved S&T based product-development

                          N       Nurturing Environment

                          G       Good Governance and Social Accountability

The extension program/project/activities (PPAs) facilitated by the different colleges and units were anchored from the flagship program and catered to the five extension agenda. Extension services implemented by the university under the Adopt A School or Adopt A Barangay Program were categorized into technical consultancy and advisory services, trainings and seminars, coaching/mentoring, tutorials, medical, dental and other health related services.

Extension and Technical Advisory Services Program

The University Extension Services (UES) Unit together with the various colleges and external campuses exhibited outstanding performance in accomplishing way beyond the overall university’s 2020 targets for extension.

Towards achieving the 2020 physical targets, the targets set in the GAA were cascaded proportionately to the colleges and the two external campuses based on the number of faculty members these delivery units have.

Consultancy and Outreach Services

The UES Unit extended advisory/technical consultancy and outreach services to partner agencies and requesting clienteles. Through the UES, it has extended basic farm consultations to farmers under the DOST-CAPE (Consultancy on Agricultural Productivity Enhancement) program. Technical consultation and advisory were extended to the Fair Gems Academy (FGA) in Catubig, Northern Samar and Shift Foundation Inc. in Mondragon, Northern Samar. Experts of the UES were requested by the LGU Catubig to assist them with the technical advisory, monitoring and evaluation of the mushroom livelihood projects that were established. Likewise, the unit was able to document sixty eight (68) individual walk-in clientele who sought technical and advisory services on project development, farm management and agricultural crop production practices. The UES, as part of its regular annual outreach program, organized and facilitated a medical and dental missions upon the request of the St. Rock the Healer Mission Center at Cawayan, Catarman, Northern Samar. Around 144 clients were present during the said activity. 

RECENT ACTIVITIES

UEP partners with NwSSU for Extension Seminar

The Extension Services of both University of Eastern Philippines (UEP) and Northwest Samar State University conducted a Seminar on UEP's Good Practices in Extension Services and Techno-Guides Production last December 14, 2021, at the UEP Plenary Hall. This seminar aims to tighten up the development of IEC materials for extension programs and projects. Present in the said activity were UEP President Dr. Cherry I. Ultra, UEP Research Director Dr. Rogelio Banagbanag, UEP Extension Director Prof. Ma. Rowena O. Punsalan, NwSSU Extension Director Dr. Catherine B. Rodriguez, and UEP faculty members.

DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

UES FORMS

University Extension Manual

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