Tanza, Cavite – Commander, 7th CRG presented the 9th RYLS Overview, Task Organization Requirements and the Schedule of Activities to the selected youth and soldiers who will facilitate the RYLS. The facilitators also conducted an ocular inspection in the team building area; Rope Tower, Slide for Life, Rappelling, Pool Side, Obstacle Course and Firing Range. Then groupings and workshop for action planning was conducted.
Youth for Peace and Development Movement Philippines will host the ComVal Youth Peace Camp as the 3rd Provincial Youth Leadership Summit on November 30 – December 3, 2017 at Monkayo, CVP with a theme “Bulawanong Kabatan – Unan: Strengthening Leadership Foundations, Transforming Young Peacebuilders”.
40 slots are open for new potential Young leaders. There will be 10 slots per YFPMCV Municipal Chapters.
For any inquiries feel free to message @comvalyfp. Hope to see you there! Be the hope and actors of positive change of our country Now!
CRSAFP, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City – The task organization of the facilitators for the 4NYLS is established.. Ugnayan Leaders and members are now planning for the systematic and effective ways of facilitating the activity.
4th National Youth Leadership Summit is on October 23-28, 2017. The 126 participants will arrive tommorow at the venue via C130 Aircraft.
Evryone is excited for this summit.
CRSAFP, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City – During the Facis’ Training, Mr. John Patrick Y. Onggao, President of Youth for Peace and Development Movement Philippines discussed about the YLS and NYLS History to the facilitators. This is part of the leveling of expectations of the 4NYLS facilitators. Moreover, a preparation for the successful conduct of the 4th National Youth Leadership Summmit at Bakasyunan Resort and Conference Center Conference, Tanay Rizal with 126 Youth Leaders as participants.
Before the discussion of YLS History, YPDMP President, Mr. Onggao led the introduction of the participants to establish rapport and harmonious working relationship. The expectations with the summit were also shared to achieve
Civil Relations Service, Camp Gen Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City – The Facilitators’ Training for the 4th National Youth Leadership Summit (4NYLS) formally opened this with Col Jose Victor L Vargas Jr PAF (GSC), 7CRG Group Commander as the keynote speaker.
The participants are composed of the 15 National Officers of Youth for Peace and Development Movement (YPDMP), 3 Multi-sectoral Advisory Board, 5 Officers and 13 Enlisted Personnel Soldiers and 7 CRG Personnel as secretariat.
Col Vargas in his speech encouraged the facilitators to work harmoniously for the success of the 4NYLS. In return, all ideas consolidated by the body will be fully supported by the Secretariat.
They were welcomed by 7CRG, Deputy Group Commander Cpt Joffrey R Trania PA (AGS). This training will be until tomorrow, October 22, 2017.
Arrival of the facilitators from different part of the country to 7th Civil Relations Group in connection with the Facilitator Training for 4th National Youth Leadership Training today, 20 October.
Your Armed Forces of the Philippines through 7th Civil Relations Group, Civil Relations Service, Armed Forces of the Philippines and other peace partner agencies will conduct the 4th National Youth Leadership Summit (NYLS) on October 23-28, 2017 at Bakasyunan Resort and Conference Center, Tanay Rizal. This year’s NYLS theme is “Youth Leaders, Working towards Greater Change”. Through this summit, we can further solidify the youth’s support and commitment to nation building and development of our country.
This annual summit is a gathering of youth leaders where your AFP and other agencies can interact with the youth to know what has happened all throughout the year. Aside from the lectures, workshops and team-building activities given to them, it is always a venue to extract good ideas and leadership strategies. This year’s vision is to further develop management capabilities and organizational sustainment of these empowered youth leaders of our nation who are one of the key players and benefactors of development and nation building.
The YLS is conducted through various levels, from national down to, regional, provincial, municipal, and even the barangay level. Today, the conduct of YLS marks its 14th year, through the help of your AFP, the YLS family continues to grow every year. The AFP wants every youth to be a part of the YLS family/graduates for it teaches not only leadership, but it also teaches peace, positivity, and how to be a good and effective citizen. So, to all youth for peace and development, See you soon!