FMB-GFPS Opens Exhibit for Its Logo Making Contest

      A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, March 8, 2018 for a three-week-long exhibit of the final entries for the Forest Management Bureau (FMB)-Gender and Development (GAD) Focal Point System (GFPS) Logo Making Contest. The search was a kick-off activity for the 2018 Women’s Month Celebration and was spearheaded by FMB-GFPS Knowledge Management Special Events Committee (KMSEC) led by Mr. Eugene Estrada, Chief, Knowledge Information Systems Section (KISS-FPPKMD). Ten (10) finalists stood out from the rest and were shortlisted to vie for the much-coveted award.

       Assistant Director Mayumi Quintos-Natividad, Chair, FMB-GFPS, gave her opening remarks and thanked all FMB employees who submitted their entries. AD Yumi stressed that the search was in line with the Bureau’s commitment to mainstream GAD concerns in all its programs, projects, and activities. She added that the pursuit for an FMB-GAD logo was very timely since the Bureau has just introduced its vision and mission. The winning logo will be featured on the FMB-GAD website and other promotional materials that will be produced for the same.

    Meanwhile, the selection procedures used in the shortlisting process were presented by Mr. Mark De Claro, FMB-GFPS Co-Chair and include the following: concept/relevance to GAD Mission and Vision, originality, creativity and impact, and logo description/rationale.

     The entry with the highest score will be proclaimed winner during the final judging slated on March 19, 2018, Tuesday. All shortlisted entries will receive P1,000 while P10,000 awaits the Champion. Awarding and launching of the winning logo will be done on March 23 in culmination of the Women’s Month Celebration.
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