Rowena Jimenez Community Development Worker / Restaurant or Administration worker



# 6 Jacinta St., Olandes IVC, Marikina City,


Mobile Phone #: (+63)09206118564


[email protected]





Name: Rowena  Cabe-Jimenez

Birthday: February 6, 1974

Age:                     44

Nationality: Filipino

Religion: Roman Catholic

Civil Status: Married

Height: 5 feet 2 inches




Tertiary Education

Bachelor of Science major in  Trasportation Management

Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Main Campus)

Sta. Mesa, Manila



Secondary Education

Ramon Magsaysay (Cubao) High School (RMCHS)-1991


Elementary Education

Industrial Valley Elementary School- 1987



Proficient in English; can communicate, write and articulate the English language in an exemplary manner.

Advance computer literacy; has competent knowledge in Microsoft and presentation preparation skills.





Facilitation on the capacity building

Environmental Welfare and Protection Planning

Output and Outcome Oriented for Development Projects/Programs

Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects/Programs

Institution Building and Program Development and Management

Strategic Planning and Management

Participatory Local Development Planning

Gender advocates

Able to work independently





Trainers Training on Organizational Development


Nipa Garden Hotel, San Jose, Tacloban City  July 17-21, 2018


Training on Facilitation &Skills Development

Save the Children / CECI-CONCERN, Inc.

The Loft Hotel, Marasbaras, Tacloban City  January 2018


Disaster Risk Reduction / Participatory Disaster Risk Assessment

TUKOD Project  CECI-CONCERN,Inc. February, 2018 (2009-2014)

Sabin Resort, Ormoc City, Leyte


Geder Sensitivity Training / Social Marketing Campaign


Estrella Hotel, Leyte Park Hotel, 2017-2018


Climate Smart Agriculture / Organic, Diversified and Integrated Farming


Tacloban  City, Leyte – 2016-2017


Entrepreneurship 1 & 2 / Product Development & Business Management


Tacloban City, Leyte  2016-2018


Paralegal Training

ASSERT/State Colleges and Universities Faculty Alliance (SCUFEA)

Participant –  January 2008,  Christian Formation Center, Baguio City

National Conference-Workshop on State Colleges and Universities Rationalization

Action and Solidarity for the Empowerment of Teachers (ASSERT)  May 12-14, 2006 , Benguet State University


National Educators Forum on GATS in Education

ASSERT and  Office of the Presidential Assistant for Linkages and Special Projects of PNU ,  February 16-17, 2006, Philippine Normal University, Taft, Manila


Skill Application of Curative Medicine (Adequate Knowledge in Rational Drug Use, Acupressure, Herbal Medicine, First Aid, CPR, Reproductive Health and Family Planning)

Health Integrated Development Services, (HIDS) Inc., March 2006, Mc Arthur Highway, Sto. Domingo, Angeles City


Alternative Learning System  A Civil Society Perspective Seminar-Workshop

Education Network, PRRM Bldg., Mother Ignacia St., Quezon City

September 6-7, 2005


Project Proposal Writing and Finance Work Orientation

Ms. Lou de la Cruz, BALAY, Inc.,/ Teacher Center of the Philippines, Kamias, Quezon City Apri 2005


Educators Summit on Globalizing Education

Education Network  Education International,  January 2006, Hotel Rembrandt, Quezon City

National Consultation on Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies

Oxfam GB, Sulo Hotel, Diliman Quezon City , March 16-18, 2004


Skills Development and Application of Primary Health Care in the Community

Health Integrated Development Services, Inc., McArthur Highway, Sto. Domingo, Angeles City, February 2004


Facilitators Training

Manggagawa sa Komunikasyon ng Pilipinas (MKP)

MKP-PLDT Bldg., Libertad St., Mandaluyong City, January 2004


A Conference on Child Labor Situation in the Philippines

Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Education International,  GEMS Hotel, Antipolo City, February 24-26, 2004


Urban Poor in the Philippines: A Situationer

League of Urban Poor for Action (LUPA) and TCP, October 2003, Communication Foundation for Asia, Sta Mesa, Manila






Member of the Marabut Forest Protection Council (MFPC) in Marabut, Samar (2017-present)

Member of the Technical Working Group of the Department of Agriculture in Marabut and Samar Province (2017-present)

Spearheaded the Farmers Forum for linking of the National Program, Stakeholders and local farmers (July 2018)

Spearheaded the Local Campaign for Saving and Rehabilitation of San Pedro Bay, in Samar & Leyte (2016-2017)

Member of the Technical Working Group for Bay Wide Campaign Region VIII (2017)



Interested in participatory governance, planning, organizing, organizational and Capacity building, advocacy, campaign, and networking.  Willing to get involved in meaningful projects with social relevance for self-expression.






TUKOD PROJECT  Center of International Studies and Cooperation ( CECI )

Center for Emergency Aid and Rehabilitation, Inc. ( CONCERN,Inc. )


October 2015- September 2018


Tukod Project is a reconstruction/development project funded by Global Affairs of Canada (GAC) a 3 year project that aims to increase people’s resilience to natural disasters, both in the short term – as preparing for a typhoon – or long term – such as adapting to climate change. Moreover, the  approach aimed at increasing the employability of target populations, and a diversification of their means of subsistence making them less dependent on the sole basis of agriculture or fishery.



Major tasks:

Supervises the social mobilizers ( community mobilizers and other field staff)

Support the organization and facilitation of training sessions for technical teams and assisted communities.

Receives, analyses, consolidates reports from the field

Ensures guidance and mentoring the mobilizers ( field staff) through regular visits

Attends monthly meetings for updating and reporting

Networks with LGUs, business service providers, other NGOs, POs and other stakeholders in their area of responsibility

Facilitates collaboration and works hand in hand with volunteers and specialists on the strategy and project implementation

Ensures the preparation and writing of project reports.

Monitors the project.

Evaluate the project and subordinates in his/her area of responsibility.


Additional tasks;

Resource Person for Seminars and forums

Facilitator for Focus Group Discussions

Assisted the officers and consultants on formulating an annual plan and strategies

Initiates the campaign  for the youth and environment

Spearheaded the DRR for four months and the CSA team

Assists the Local Chief Executive in the planning and strategized the agricultural aspects of their municipality


Disaster Risk Reduction Officer (in TUKOD Project)


Major Tasks and Functions:

Prepares documents and technical papers for 1 year plan with budget allocation

Formulated a terms of references for the needed additional staff for the implementation




We Effect- CONCERN, Inc.


January 2014- July 2015


An Emergency response project . The project aims to assist, in one (1) year the recovery of 500 families (2,500 persons) of Barangay Buenavista and Canipaan in Palompon, Leyte affected by super typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) through shelter material support, cash grant for livelihood for women and fisherfolks and capacity/capability building on disaster risk reduction.


Major Tasks and Functions:

Conduct community orientations, consultations, series of meetings and coordination with city and municipal officials;

Conduct capacity and organizational development, focus group discussion and workshop sessions for enhancement and group capacitation;

Coordinate with program partners such as the Local Government Units, National Government Agencies, local stakeholders, the academe and other organized groups and stakeholders.

Monitoring and evaluation

Ensure finances and organizational resources are properly utilized;

Coordinate and liaise with national and local partners for strengthened implementation of  projects




Center of International Studies and Cooperation ( CECI )

Center for Emergency Aid and Rehabilitation, Inc. ( CONCERN,Inc. )


December 2009- 2011  Typhoon Ondoy Response


Major Tasks and Functions:


Facilitates baseline study and appraisal of the area.

Obtain community data necessary for preparing community profiles.

Coordinates with the different LGU departments, government agencies, peoples organizations, other NGOs on the different activities to be implemented.

Mobilizes, interacts and facilitates dialogue with the partner beneficiaries.

Conduct awareness training regarding the benefits of the organized communities to   encourage organization

Facilitates the process of community action plans in DRR, livelihood and other social


Facilitate the process of identification of sites of the project.

Provide necessary support to the engineers during the design, estimation and implementation of the project.

Provide trainings on operations and maintenance of infrastructure built under the project.

Facilitate resolution of dispute, conflicts between individuals and among members of community related to the project.

Provide necessary reporting inputs to the monitoring and evaluation officer as per the standard monitoring formats on regular basis.

Submits monthly report to the project coordinator and request for technical, material and other logistical support.

Capture success stories and lessons learned in each phase of project implementation

Responsible for mobilizing resources from the LGUs, government agencies, business service providers and other stakeholders for sustainable economic growth.




Restaurateur –  Cafe Rigor -2013

Community Organizer – Center for Emergency Aid and Rehabilitation, Inc (CONCERN,Inc.) 2009-2013

Project officer- Teacher Center Of the Philippines -2003-2006

Volunteer- in ASSERT-2006-2007

Field Enumerator/Researcher ASSERT

Pharmacy assistant / Team Leader  Imart Pharmacy and convenient Store -1999-2002

Assistant Librarian  Sacret Heart Novitiate  1996-1997




Mr. Eugene  T. Orejas – Executive Director,

Center for Emergency Aid and Rehabilitaation, Inc. (CONCERN)

Road 3, Blk 3, Lot 12, Phase 1, St, Jude, Subdivision, San Agustine, City of San Fernando,


(047) 232-4897 / 09208004704


Virginia C. Cuevas, Ph.D

Consultant  TUKOD Project

Professor Emeritus-University of the Philippines

Los Baños, Laguna

Mobile no. 09163263499


Remy Baltazar, Ph. D

Consultant  Department of Agriculture

Sogod, Southern Leyte

Mobile no. 09477240588



This is to certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.