With over 2,000 participants from different parts of the country consisting of Municipal Civil Registrars, City Civil Registrars, Mayors, Judges, Solemnizing Officers , Barangay Officials and other attendees. Thank you for making this event a success.
The National Statistics Office - Office of the Civil Registrar General will conduct the Fourth National Workshop on Civil Registration (4NWCR) with the theme: " Tamang Rehistro, Daan sa Kinabukasan Mo". This will be held on August 25-27, 2008 at the Davao Convention and Trade Center, Davao City.
We are pleased to invite you and your City/Municipal Civil Registrar to the above mentioned workshop.
The workshop aims to provide an avenue for exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences for the civil registrars, mayors, members of the judiciary, and other stakeholders concerning the implementation of civil registration system in the Philippines. Likewise, issues and concerns of the following stakeholders will be discussed:
The first Civil Registration Quiz to be participated in by the civil registrars will be conducted. Recognition and awarding of outstanding Local Civil Registry Offices will culminate the workshop.
The registration fee per participants is P 3,600.00. The registration fee can be paid in advance or during the workshop. Advance payment may be remitted to the National Statistics Office (NSO) through PNB Account No. 075-800086-9 with PNB-C.M. Recto.
For further information, you may contact Editha R. Orcilla at telephone numbers (02) 926-1075 and (02) 9267204 or to her e-mail address email@example.com
Convention Center of the Philippine South
With more convention and exhibition centers being established that have complemented other excellent tourism facilities, Davao City has steadily positioned itself as the Convention Center of the Philippine South in the 21st century.
Since 1990, it has steadily become the preferred destination for conventions and conferences. This could be attributed to the ever changing and ever improving economic and tourism landscape of the city, which attracted organizers to conduct major conventions here instead of proverbial settings like Manila or Cebu.
Modern, sophisticated, and state-of-the-art facilities and equipment for conventions and conferences are now readily available. This is equally complemented by the establishment of new first class hotels and mountain resorts bringing the number of hotel rooms from around 500 in 1980 to over 2,500 in 1999. Yet, the demand for more hotel rooms is projected to increase now that the City has more tourism products, services, and facilities to offer.