Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service
- Gate 3, Kalayaan Ave., Quezon City Hall Compound
- (02) 7978-1469 | 0917-179-3162
- 1987 Philippine Constitution: Section 17 – Article XIV
“The State shall recognize, respect, and protect the rights of indigenous cultural communities to preserve and develop their cultures, traditions, and institutions. It shall consider these rights in the formulation of national plans and policies.”
- THE CREATION OF QC MUSLIM CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL
On 15 March 2004, former Mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Jr., issued the Executive Order No. 4, Series of 2004, creating the Quezon City Muslim Consultative Council to serve as the coordinating and advisory body to the City government for the formulation of policies, plans and programs for the well-being of Filipino Muslim residents of Quezon City in conformity with existing laws and ordinances and in consonance with local and national unity and development.”
- Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao: Republic Act No. 11054
- ARTICLE I _ Section 3
The purpose of this Organic law is to establish a political entity, provide for its basic structure of government in recognition of justness and legitimacy of the cause of the Bangsamoro people and the aspirations of Muslim Filipinos and all indigenous cultural communities in the BARMM to secure their identity and posterity, allowing self-governance within the framework of the constitution and the National Sovereignty as well as territorial integrity of the Republic of the Philippines
- ARTICLE II_ Section 1
Those who at the advent of the Spanish colonization, were considered native or original inhabitants of Mindanao and the Sulu archipelago and its adjacent islands, whether of mixed or of full blood, shall have the rights to identify themselves, their spouse and descendants, as Bangsamoro.
- ARTICLE I _ Section 3
- Regional Peace and Order Council – National Capital Region (RPOC-NCR)
- JOINT MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 1 SERIES OF 2019
It is the policy of the State to ensure the rights and well-being of Muslim Filipinos with due regards to their beliefs, customs, traditions and institutions, as well as to further ensure their contributions to national goals and aspirations and to make them active participants in Nation Building as stipulated in Republic Act No. 9997 or the Act Creating the NCMF Defining its Powers, Functions and Responsibilities. This necessitates creating an arena for discussion of the Muslim Community participation the local governance to advance their aspirations.
- JOINT MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 1 SERIES OF 2019
THE CREATION OF QC BANGSAMORO AFFAIRS SERVICE
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 36
QUEZON CITY BANGSAMORO AFFAIRS SERVICE (QCBAS) UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE CITY MAYOR
Issued August 11, 2020
This policy will help insure the rights and well-being of Bangsamoro people in Quezon Citywith due regard to their belief, customs, traditions, institutions and well-being, as well as to further enhance their contributions to local goals and aspirations and to make them active participants in the attainment of a peaceful, stable and economically prosperous community.
- Coordinating and advisory body to the City Government for the formulation of the policies, plans, programs, projects and activities for the well-being of Bangsamoro in the Quezon.
- Shall also serve as the implementing and enforcement arm of the City Government in carrying out the plans, policies, programs, projects and activities as well as efficient delivery of basic services and facilities, among others, designated to promote general welfare and public good of Bangsamoro communities in Quezon City’s territorial jurisdiction
- Functions, Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide advice and assistance to the City Mayor in the formulation, coordination and implementation and monitoring of policies, plans, programs, projects and activities and other issues and concerns affecting Muslim communities in Quezon City;
- Coordinate with and seek assistance, support and cooperation from other government agencies and offices, including Bangsamoro transition Authority (BTA) in Autonomous Region and other private parties/entities/NGO’s/CSOs in pursuit of the attainment of the policies set forth herein;
- Assist, render advice and/or recommend to the City Mayor proper measures, plans, programs, projects and activities for purposes of promoting peace and order, general welfare, political and socio-economic rights and cultures of Bangsamoro in the City;
- Organize Bangsamoro communities /organization/groups in Quezon City for purposes of representation and consultation, participation in capacity-building, setting of alternative dispute resolutions/Para-legal training, integration in the society, and partnering in the development of Bangsamoro communities and the City;
- Engage in the planning, implementation and enforcement, and review of policies, programs, projects and activities of the Quezon City government relative to housing, socio-economic, peace and order, disaster risk reduction and management as well as post-disaster rehabilitation and recovery management, education and social protection, gainful activities/business development and promotion of Halal products, volunteerism and engagement in social development and governance, among other;
- Empower and engage Bangsamoro communities in the development, administration and efficient deliver of basic social services to their residential areas;
- Develop the sense of belongingness of the Bangsamoro communities for the purpose of social integration and inclusion/social cohesion, promote community of interest, interfaith, dialogue, understanding/communication and harmonious relations between and among Bangsamoro, Christians and other stakeholders in the City
- Improve data profiling of Bangsamoro inhabitants in the City and assist them in their personal and family civil registrations/records in coordination with the Civil Registry pursuant to existing laws and ordinances programs in the City;
- Educate Bangsamoro constituents in Quezon City to register at the Commission on Election and exercise the right to vote pursuant to the constitutional provision on Suffrage.
- Recommend to the City Mayor appropriate public-private partnership programs such as joint-ventures and cooperative arrangement with people/s and non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders to engage in the delivery of certain basic services, capability-building and livelihood projects, and to develop local enterprises such as Halal goat raising, among others, and establishment of Halal slaughter houses designed to improve productivity and income, and promote social well-being and cultural projects of Bangsamoro to be implemented in consonance with existing laws, ordinances and policies of the City government.
- Render/submit periodic reports to the City Mayor on its accomplishments and social impacts, plans and recommendations on relevant issues and concerns affecting the lives and welfare of the Bangsamoro inhabitants and it relations to other stakeholders; and
- Perform such other related functions, duties and responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated by the City Mayor or as may be required by law or ordinance.
HADJI JAMEEL JAYMALIN
PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY SECTION
Position: PUBLIC ORDER & SAFETY
Name: ALVINSOR F. ZINGGON
BANGSAMORO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SECTION
Position: ECOMONIC DEVELOPMENT
Name: JONTY F. BIONA
RESETTLEMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES SECTION
Position: RESETTLEMENT & SOCIAL SERVICES
Name: SANGGAKALA S. PANGIRAN
CULTURAL AFFAIRS SECTION
Position: BANGSAMORO CULTURAL AFFAIRS
Name: ABDULKARIM C. HADJI IBRAHIM, JR.
Position: ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE
Name: HASNAIRAH M. DARI
Position: PERSONNEL/LOGISTICS MGT./FINANCE
Name: ISABEL M. LOZADA