Dads thank USTP-CIDS, authors for significant research project
THE 19th City Council during its regular session Monday presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy adopted a resolution expressing its gratitude and profound appreciation to the members of USTP’s Center for Inclusive Development Studies (CIDS) for unselfishly and invaluably sharing their resources, time and expertise in coming out with a worthy and meaningful research study, entitled: “Policy Intervention for the Prevention of Loss of Life and Damage to Property in the Fire Prone Areas of
Cagayan de Oro City”.
The study provided relevant data for the enactment of an ordinance requiring the use of standard electrical circuit breaker as the minimum specifications described in all residential houses in Cagayan de Oro City.
The CIDS is one of the research and innovation centers of USTP committed to provide development planners, implementers, and policy-makers significant research-based recommendations for inclusive development. It primarily focuses on the development of the marginal sectors of society, The Gavel learned.
Legislators also expressed their gratitude and appreciation to USTP System President Dr. Ambrosio Cultura II, and Francis Thaise A. Cimene, Horacio Factura III, Alan N. Aladano, and Mibzar L. Buko, authors of the research study.
The legislations were endorsed by the committees on public order and safety and on laws and rules chaired respectively by Councilors Romeo V. Calizo and Ian Mark Q. Nacaya.