By Jocelle Batapa-Sigue

Initial Process: Identify and and empower key stakeholders to come together and ideate an initial recovery mission plan based on available resources, data, time and targets.

Three major areas – HEALTH, ECONOMY and SECURITY

Strenghten and Fortify Public Health Data and Delivery System to detect, isolate, treat, and trace accross all sectors using innovation and digital platforms.

Migrate all government transactions to digital to push private sector to follow

Restore, digitalize, innovate and assist sectors and industries in adapting to “new normal” and recovering from the adverse impacts of the pandemic.


Increase relevant infrastructure capacities like Internet, hospitals, mobile clinics

Upskill Frontliners and Essential Goods Sector Workers and Upscale Social Benefits and Protection

Create Regional Public Health Data and Delivery Clusters for faster systems to detect, test, trace and treat


Open up, develop and support jobs and industries and all skilling program triggered by “new normal”

Implement a national social impact investment program for private sector to co-work with government in rebuilding the country

Create and develop value chain clusters among provinces for agriculture, food supply and essential goods


Create more virtual spaces for community-use such virtual classrooms, clinics, markets

Map out the whole transport and logistical capacity of the country for effective mechanisms to allow flow of goods and people without possibility of transmission

Develop community bayanihan systems to avoid hunger and criminalities

Video: On A Recovery Mission: Into The Light

Published by Jocelle Batapa Sigue

ATTY. JOCELLE BATAPA-SIGUE • Named as one of The Outstanding Women in Nation’s Service of the Philippines or TOWNS for 2016 in the field of Information and Communications Technology or ICT • Positions: Past Vice President (2018) and Past President (2010-2012) and Past Trustee (2013-2017) of the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines or NICP • Founder, Former President and Current Executive Director of the Bacolod-Negros Occidental Federation for ICT or BNEFIT • Served for 3 terms as councilor of Bacolod City • Chosen as one of Asia Society Top Ten Philippines 21 Young Leaders in 2009 • Chosen as the Eisenhower Fellow of the Philippines in 2012 • Awarded as Philippine Individual Contributor of the Year during the International ICT Awards given by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines

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