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2011 Moral Recovery Program (MRP) Convention-Seminar
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Pursuant to Civil Service Commission (CSC) Announcement No. 26, s. 2011 dated May 10, 2011 (copy enclosed), all government officials and employees are encouraged to participate in the 2011 Moral Recovery Program (MRP) Convention-Seminar with the theme "Empowering the Filipino People Through Values" on November 9-11, 2011 at the Balanghai (Balangay) Hotel, Butuan City. The convention coincides with the celebration of the Filipino Values Month pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 479, s. 1994.

The convention aims to serve as the venue for exchanging/ gathering of ideas and concepts on national concerns which can contribute to the government's realization of the desired change and resolution to current issues/problems of the country.

The participants to this convention are administrative officers/human resource management/development officers, Values Education supervisors/coordinators, school officials/teachers involved in Values Education/Formation, and other personnel involved in the advocacy of the moral/spiritual recovery/renewal programs.

A registration fee of Three Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (PhP3,500.00) will be charged to each participant to cover expenses for hotel accommodation and meals from dinner of Day 0 (November 8) to afternoon snacks of Day 3 (November 11), for the rental of plenary hall, conference kit/handouts, supplies/materials, transportation for organized tour of the city, tokens for resource persons, and other incidental expenses of the working secretariat.

For early reservation, please fill up the enclosed Confirmation of Attendance Form and send to Pastor Charles Prior, Convention Chairman, Office of the Mayor, Butuan City or to the Secretariat, Moral Recovery Officers Foundation, Inc. (MROFI). For more information, please contact said Office at telephone no.: (085) 225-5737, mobile phone 0919-4082745, or send a message at email address: priorptr@yahoo.com.ph.

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