The Secretariat

SECRETARIAT

The LCP Secretariat has become the main arsenal managing the LCP daily operations ranging from full administrative support to facilitation in policy development and advocacy support among LCP stakeholders. The Secretariat is headed by an executive director with technical and administrative officers. The secretariat is jointly supervised by the LCP President and Secretary-General.

The Secretariat is ready to serve the LCP leadership with the following support services to LCP member-cities:

  1.  Policy development and advocacy support in coordination with other local government leagues, national government agencies, and development partners;
  2.  Networking and building linkages for programs and project development and implementation;
  3.  Facilitation in the information exchange through quarterly meetings, policy fora, IEC materials development, sharing of best practices, and through website; and
  4.  Full administrative and secretariat services to the member-cities and staff.

 

LCP SECRETARIAT:

 

ATTY. SHEREEN GAIL YU - PAMINTUAN
  Executive Director

 

 

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Deputy Director for Admin & Finance

 

MA. VERONICA C. HITOSIS
Deputy Director for Policy, Programs & Projects

ILYNE ROSE DE CASTRO
Finance, Property & Logistics Officer

 

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Policy & Legislation Officer

FELISA C. DEOGRACIAS
Records & Documentation Officer

 

FIDEL D. PAMINTUAN
Advocacy, Marketing & Networking Officer

MARY JOY S.J. PAYUMO
Administrative & Human Resources Officer

 

SOLEIL ERIKA C. MANZANO
Special Projects Officer

ROMAN V. LLARENA
Finance & Accounting Clerk

 

ALVIDON F. ASIS
Environment Officer

RAY T. PADUANO
Administrative Assistant

 

BRODERICK S. SAPNU
Management Information Systems Officer

ROBERTO S. BANDIN
Driver Mechanic

 

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Senior Policy Officer

ARIEL L. PADILLA
Driver Mechanic

 

SEGFREY D. GONZALES
Junior Policy Officer

RANDY A. LABUTAP
Utility Personnel

 

APRIL DEEVIAN MOSQUERA
Junior Program Officer


 

 

 

APO International Conference on Public Sector Productivity
October 5, 2018
The Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), as the implementing arm of the Asian Productivity Organization's (APO) Center of Excellence on Public Sector Productivity, is pleased to host for the second year the APO International Conference on Public Sector Productivity on November 22 to 23, 2018 at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City, Philippines.
Self-learning training course on Disaster Risk Management for urban planning practitioners
October 5, 2018
Ensuring safe and resilient urban growth in the ASEAN region is a huge challenge. The region suffers significantly from the impacts of disasters, and this is set to intensify due to climate change.
 MEMO
EOI to become a Pilot City on localizing SDGs for Sustainable Urban Resource Management in Asia
August 30, 2018
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP) and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) are inviting interested cities to become a pilot city for the project "Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into local action in support of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific."
7th UCLG-ASPAC Congress on Innovation-driven Development for Sustainable Cities
August 14, 2018
We are pleased to forward the invitation of the United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific for their 7th Congress on Innovation-driven Development for Sustainable Cities slated on 12-15 September 2018 in Surabaya, Indonesia.
 FEATURE CITY