CONTACT INFORMATION


Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service

  • QC-BAS
  • 3rd floor, Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City
  • 27978-1469
  • [email protected]

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM -5:00 PM

About Us


Description

The Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service Office (QCBAS) is the 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 Quezon City. QCBAS helps ensure the rights and well-being of Bangsamoro people in Quezon City with due regard to their beliefs, customs, traditions, and institutions. QCBAS further enhances their contributions to local goals and aspirations and helps them become active participants in the attainment of a peaceful, stable, and economically prosperous community.

Mission

To provide service to the Bangsamoro Communities and assist the City Government in the formulation of the policies, plans, programs, projects, and activities for the well-being of Bangsamoro in Quezon City.

Vision

To ensure the rights and well-being of the Bangsamoro people in Quezon City.

Legal Basis

Executive Order No. 36, series of 2020 – Creating the Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service under the Office of the City Mayor

Service Pledge

The Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service is firmly committed to the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Servants and therefore promise to serve with loyalty, respect, dignity, and integrity.

We shall put people first in carrying out all of our duties and respond to their needs promptly.

We commit ourselves to offer services fairly, equitably, honestly, and responsively with faith and without any bias.

We shall also ensure a high level of transparency and openness in providing accessible, accurate, and reasonable information to our people at all times.

Services


  1. Community Relations
  2. Participate in Anti-Illegal Drug Campaign 
  3. Assist the Task Force NCR in the Anti-Terrorism Campaign 
  4. Help in Preventing and Countering Violent Extremisms
  5. Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction Program
  6. Vending Sites Proposal 
  7. Vocational Training 
  8. Job Placement 
  9. Livelihood Program (Halal Marketing Cooperative)
  10. Other Livelihood Training Program 
  11. Request for the construction of Halal Slaughterhouse 
  12. Small Business Financing 
  13. Assistance to Pandemic Victims
  14. Resettlement of Informal Settlers
  15. Monitoring/Assistance to Bangsamoro Communities and Association
  16. Assist in COMELEC Registration 
  17. Assist in Civil Registrations, QCitizen ID, and National ID
  18. Madrasah Program
  19. Islamic Celebrations 
  20. Shari’ah Counselling 
  21. Islamic Burial Assistance

Programs 


  • PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY 

Meeting with the Joint Task Force (JTF- NCR), Major Arnel Tormis PA, regarding the Action Plans on Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE) at Camp Aguinaldo, AFP. (March 03, 2021)

  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Halal Marketing Cooperative General Assembly (April 07, 2022) as part of the Livelihood Program

  • RESETTLEMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES

Consultation meeting regarding the restoration, rehabilitation, and development of the Muslim Burial Grounds located in Rodriguez, Rizal with the Quezon City Department of Building Official (April 10, 2021)

  • BANGSAMORO CULTURAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM

EID’L FITR PRAYER AND CELEBRATION (May 2-3, 2022) 

EID’L FITR Celebration with QCBAS Head HADJI JAMEEL RM JAYMALIN (May 2-3, 2022)

Guides


How To Secure Burial Permit And Assistance

Steps:

Part 1

  1. Call the office to inform them of the person’s corpse/body for burial. (Tumawag sa opisina at ipabatid na mayroong ililibing.)
  2. Secure Referral Letter from respective Community Leader. (Kumuha ng Referral Letter mula sa Community Leader ng inyong Komunidad.)
  3. Proceed to the office to secure the Burial Permit. (Pumunta sa Opisina para kumuha ng Burial Permit.)
  4. A phone call shall be made by the office’s staff to the caretaker of the Muslim Burial Grounds (located in Rodriguez, Rizal) for grave digging. (Tatawag ang opisina sa caretaker ng Muslim Burial Grounds (sa Rodriguez, Rizal) para magpahukay ng libingan.)
  5. Bring the person’s body to the Muslim Burial Grounds. (Dalhin ang pumanaw na kaanak sa Muslim Burial Grounds.)
  6. Pay the following fees:
  1. P1,300.00 – grave digging (hukay)
  2. P1,200.00 – ‘dingding alley’
  3. P200.00 – Burial tax of the Civil Registry of Rodriguez, Rizal

Note:  You may proceed to the nearest mosque/masjid or at the Muslim Burial Grounds to bathe the person’s corpse/body.

Paunawa: Maaaring sa pinakamalapit na Mosque/Masjid na ninyo paliguan ang pumanaw na kaanak o maaari ding sa Muslim Burial Grounds na magpaligo.

Part 2

After 24 hours, proceed to the City Civil Registry Department to file the Death Certificate. (Makalipas ang 24 hours, maaari nang mag-file ng Death Certificate sa Civil Registry Department).

Coordination for Burial Assistance (for SSS Members)

  1. Prepare list or breakdown of expenses and receipt paid at the cemetery (Maghanda ng listahan ng mga gastusin o resibo ng mga binayaran sa Cemetery).
  2. May present also billings of the hospital where the person passed away (Maaari ding gamitin ang billings mula sa Ospital kung saan pumanaw ang kaanak).
  1. P1,300.00 – grave digging (hukay)
  2. P1,200.00 – ‘dingding alley’
  3. P200.00 – Burial tax of the Civil Registry of Rodriguez, Rizal

Department Directory


Hadji Jameel Jaymalin
Head
27978-1469
[email protected]

SectionOfficer NameOffice AddressContact Information
Public Order And Safety Hadji Jameel RM Jaymalin (Concurrent)
Public Order & Safety
3rd floor Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City27978-1469
Bangsamoro Economic DevelopmentMr. Mesharie A. Aleeman
Economic Development
3rd floor Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City27978-1469
Resettlement And Social ServicesMr. Sanggakala S. Pangiran
Resettlement & Social Services
3rd floor Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City27978-1469
Cultural AffairsMr. Abdulkarim C. Hadji Ibrahim, Jr.
Bangsamoro Cultural Affairs
3rd floor Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City27978-1469
AdministrativeMs. Ayranah A. Balindong
Administrative Aide

Ms. Isabel M. Lozada
Personnel/Logistics Mgt./Finance
3rd floor Community Center Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City27978-1469

Spotlight


CREATION OF QC MUSLIM CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL

The issuance of Executive Order No. 4, series of 2004, by former City Mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Jr., gave rise to the creation of the Quezon City Muslim Consultative Council, now known as the Quezon City Bangsamoro Affairs Service, as a coordinating and advisory body to the city government in the implementation and monitoring of policies, plans, programs, and activities as well as issues affecting Muslim communities in Quezon City, to ensure their rights and well-being.

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ISLAMIC/MUSLIM EVENTS- EID’L ADHA (JULY 21, 2021)

Muslim Celebration with Mayor Joy G. Belmonte at the White Mosque, San Miguel St., Brgy. Payatas-A, QC.

MEETING WITH BANGASAMORO LEADERS

Together with Col. Jameel Jaymalin and Mr. Ustadz Marneld Indasan of QC Bangsamoro Affairs Service, a consultative meeting was held between Mayor Joy Belmonte and Bangsamoro leaders in encouraging Muslim community leaders to actively participate and be represented in the City Development Council in the formulation of policies and plans/programs of the city. 

Resources


Citizen Charter 2022

Last updated on December 7th, 2022