MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, April 28 (PIA) – The local civil registry here reports an increase in documents submitted for registration following the conduct of various programs and activities designed to reach its clients down to the barangays.
In efforts to encourage more constituents to register, the local government brings it civil registry services at their doors through the conduct of mobile registration which brings an 11.52 percent increase last year for birth certificates alone.
Among the target clients for the mobile registration are the senior citizens and person with disabilities (PWDs).
Municipal Civil Registrar Officer, Editha B. Moosreiner said most of the services extended are birth certificate reconstruction through late registration for documents destroyed during Japanese occupation, volcanic eruptions and destruction by termites.
The latest available data/documents for birth certificate are those born in the year 1954 to date.
Other civil registrar issuances include marriage certificate, death certificate, marriage license, certificate of foreign national pensioner and other related certification requests.
Other initiatives include the Kasalan ng Bayan (mass wedding) and the handog regalo/pamasko sa mga bagong kasal (gift giving to newlyweds). (Ma. Leona Felice Echeveria/JCV/PIA10)