To combat the unparalleled challenge of COVID 19 pandemic and to support government’s efforts to strictly implement Enhanced Community Quarantine, Camarines Norte State College (CNSC) launched its Online Support System by offering online services not only to the CNSC community but to the public as well.
Initiated by CNSC President Dr. Rusty G. Abanto and facilitated by the Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Rosalie A. Almadrones in collaboration with the Deans and Directors of the College, the Online Support System initiative titled Blazing a Trail covered a Holy Mass Celebration to have an alternative means to worship and keep spirituality without public contact, Medical Dental Consultation and Counseling Services to promote, protect and maintain the general well-being of CNSC community, and Organic Vegetable Gardening by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in Labo Campus which offers e-Bukid sa Panahon ng COVID which is an online course to ensure food security to every family. Further, CNSC continued its efforts to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the frontlines’ service providers in the check points, barangays and hospitals. UCaN volunteers from the faculty and non-teaching personnel made do it yourself PPE, others selflessly shared their resources. Identification of beneficiaries and manner and schedule of distribution is through online transaction.
CNSC continues its strong partnership with the government and extend services to the public in whatever way possible to keep everyone healthy and safe during this COVID 19 pandemic until the end of this trying times.