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The “putol” foreman of Kalahi-CIDSS

Empowerment is one of the key the ingredients in the development process and it is one of the main goals of Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

Kalahi-CIDSS promotes empowerment through CDD where community actively participate in the design, implementation, and management of development activities that aim to reduce poverty and place control over resources in the hands of the community especially the poor.

The small town of Bombon, Camarines Sur with eight barangays started the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS in 2012 with a total fund of PhP10,800,000.00 from Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to 12 community sub-projects.

Barangay Siembre in Bombon was grateful to receive a school building with three classrooms and a day care center.

Gil Arga, a foreman who lost his legs in 2001, was one of the people who erected those buildings in the said village.

“Pasalamat ako dahil napili ako maging foreman sa Kala-CIDSS,” he said.

Gil among the other three applicants for the foreman in 2013, was chosen by most of the laborers during the pre-construction conference wherein discussions focused on explaining the work items and its subsidiary works to be accomplished which included the manpower requirements for the construction of their Day Care Center.

Arga, an elementary graduate, says experience is a good teacher. He started as a carpenter in 1982. After six months, he gained the trust of his supervisor and was promoted by his supervisor as the foreman. His dedication to work, determination and diligence developed him into an adroit worker mastering skills for his craft and working with others.

“Nagibi na sana ako. Dae ko maipaliwanag ang namatian ko. Nagapasalamat ako na maski arog kaini ang kamugtakan ko, inako nindo ako,” he said.

Arga lost important things but not his life. He lost his wife in 2001 and during the same year, he lost his legs. He survived electrocution when fixing the roof of his relative.

“Siguro may misyon pa ako kaya di pa ako kinua ni Lord,” a teary Arga said. 

He was not able to work after those fateful incidents and was confined at home because of his disability for over three years. He got back to work when his relative requested him to manage the construction of their house but opportunity was too evasive since then. 

For over 30 years of experience in construction, Arga was able to build numerous buildings like school buildings, a hospital, residential and commercial spaces both in public and private firms.

When Kalahi-CIDSS came, he was able to build not only their day care center and the school building but the opportunity also strengthened his confidence by getting the trust of his neighbors in Brgy. Siembre when the community chose him as the foreman.

According to Brgy. Capt. Josefa Tan, she believed in Arga because he is a determined person and he should receive equal opportunity in the community.

“Pinili ng barangay si Arga dahil sa kakayahan niya sa construction sa matagal nang panahon. Hindi naging hadlang ang kanyang kapansanan,” Gregorio Abundo, a DSWD worker assigned to Brgy Siembre who guides the people in the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS, added

Arga was challenged when there was a weekly rotation of laborers during the construction of their community- sub-projects. He was used to a permanent group of laborers when he was with the private construction firm before but appreciated the system.

“Magayon na nagapalit ning tarbador surusemana dahil ang bilog na taga-barangay natatwan ning pagkakataon na maghanapbuhay,” he said.

According to Abundo, Arga managed the workers properly even though there was a weekly change of manpower and the result of his management prowess greatly affected the quality of the buildings.  

He said that Arga taught the first-timers to perform what is expected from them and guided the whole group by being a good example.

“Pinailing ko sainda na bako hadlang ang pisikal na kakulangan ko. Tigpailing ko sainda ang deteminsyon ko sa trabaho,” Arga said.

Arga did not mind if he receives PhP430 a day which was lower than the salary he usually gets when he was with private firms.

“Dae man ako nagisip ning alangkaw na sweldo. At least nakatabang na ako sa barangay maski magtrabaho pa kami ning Domingo,” he added.

He was also elated to know that the community recognizes his skills and how the Barangay Council is proud of him. 

“Mas nabistohan ko ang mg ka-barangay ko dahil dae man ako nagaparaluwas ta ang trabaho ko sa ibang lugar dati,” Arga added.

According to Antonia Gavica, a resident of Siembre, Arga was inspired to get out of his house because of the work offered to him in Kalahi-CIDSS.

Kalahi-CIDSS gives opportunity to all sectors in the community most specially the physically challenged persons, elderly, women, and Indigenous People to participate in development activities.

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Rapu-Rapu Robbery: DSWD assures Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries will receive their cash assistance

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office V Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program assures affected beneficiaries of Batan Island, Rapu-Rapu Albay will receive their cash assistance due to the robbery incident last night (January 26, 2016).

According to Regional Director Arnel B. Garcia, total of P3.4 Million cash was taken by the robbers which are intended to be released to a total of 1,350 families out the 2,816 identified beneficiaries in Rapu –Rapu, Albay.

He added that for the meantime, the conduct of pay-out to affected beneficiaries will be delayed but they should not panic since the Department is doing its best and coordinated closely with the service providers and the local government unit of Rapu-Rapu for the investigation of the incident.

According to the initial reports from DSWD field staff assigned in the area, two unidentified men at around 11:00 in the evening, broke into the rented apartment of the staff of St. Anthony Development Cooperatives—the local conduit that had the money intended for the next day’s pay out.

The pay-out is a bi-monthly activity being conducted to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries for them to receive the cash grants.

Under Pantawid Pamilya, beneficiaries receive cash grants for health amounting to P500 per household every month. And for education grant amounting to P300 for elementary or P500 for high school per child every month for ten months (a household may register a maximum of three children for the program).

For a household with three children in elementary, a household may receive P1,400 every month and for a household with three children in high school, a household may receive P2,000 every month.

These cash grants are distributed to the household-beneficiaries through the Land Bank of the Philippines or, if not feasible, through alternate payment schemes such as National Confederation of Cooperatives and rural bank transactions.

As of January 13, 2016, a total of 4.482B cash grants were paid to eligible and compliant beneficiaries for five periods covering November 2014 to September 2015 disbursements for the total of 373, 890 beneficiaries in Bicol Region.***Glorei Lindio, Information Officer Pantawid Pamilya

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Millennium Challenge Corporation funds 679 community sub-projects in Bicol under Kalahi-CIDSS

Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD), completed 532 out of 679 community sub-projects in 26 poor municipalities of Bicol with a grant of PhP797,682,994.00 from Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).

MCC has also provided PhP42,648,000.00 to train residents elected as community volunteers under the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee who manage these sub-projects.

In total, MCC had provided Bicol with PhP840,330,994.00 to address the prioritized needs of poor villages.

The table below shows the breakdown of the MCC grant to implement different modes of Kalahi-CIDSS from 2012-2016:

Modality Community Sub-project Grant Training for Community Volunteers Total Grant
Makamasang-Tugon 107,550,000.00 7,170,000.00 114,720,000.00
Cycle 1 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Cycle 2 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Cycle 3 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Additional Grant 20,363,844.00 20,363,844.00
Gender Incentive Grant 3,064,389.00 3,064,389.00
Incentive Grant 75,404,761.00 75,404,761.00
TOTAL 797,682,994.00 42,648,000.00 840,330,994.00

The sub-projects refer to the community projects generated through the Kalahi-CIDSS planning process where set of development activities or interventions are designed, implemented, maintained by a partner community in barangay/s in order to respond/address a need/s or problem/s identified during the Participatory Situation Analysis (PSA).

The table below shows the community sub-projects funded under MCC:

Community Sub-project Category MT Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Additional Grant GIG IG
Access 7 32 37 45 5 7
BHS 6 5 6 7
Birthing Facility 1
Foot/Small Bridge 4 4 1 3 2
DCC 16 18 13 19 2
Drainage 21 12 21 18 7 6
Electrification 1 1 1 1
River/Flood Control 11 3 5 2 3 1
Livelihood 1 1
Market 1
Comm. Library 2
Pre and Post Harvest Facility 2 2 3 1
Road 19 31 24 5 17
Sanitation 1
School Building 22 23 19 22
Seawall 2 2 7 8 6
Training/ Skills Training 1 1 1 6
Slope Protection 4 5 5 9 1
Training Center 3 3 1
Water System 8 27 18 3
Wharf 1
Others 7 7
TOTAL 125 172 164 146 18 14 40

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an independent U.S. foreign aid agencies created in 2004 to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by helping countries promote economic growth.

The compact between the Philippine Government and MCC will end this year. The Closing Activity which aims to communicate the gains and share lessons and best practices among stakeholders, is scheduled in Bicol Region on February 4, 2016, 12 noon at Villa Caceres Hotel, Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City, Camarines Sur. Key officials from MCC and DSWD will be present during the said event.

On the other hand, the operations of the CDD approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4,497,448,178.

Community-driven development (CDD) puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

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DSWD Bicol provides assistance to affected families of Typhoon Nona

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office V provided assistance to affected families from various provinces due to Typhoon Nona (international name Melor).

According to DSWD Disaster report as of 2:00 in the afternoon, Today, the field office has provided a total of P32,000 family food packs amounting to P11,857,280.00 to affected families.

The affected families are coming from the provinces of Albay, Catanduanes and Sorsogon. Breakdown are as follows:

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Each family food pack includes 6 kilos of rice, 4 cans of sardines, 4 cans

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DSWD hosts media tour in Albay

Legazpi City—Local press visited the communities implementing the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) of DSWD in Sto. Domingo, Albay last December 11, 2015.

The local tour aims to:

  • Share the learnings of the trained Kalahi-CIDSS volunteers
  • How the residents will benefit from the program
  • Give the media an opportunity to directly monitor the program
  • Update the media on the program status

DSWD invited journalists from national government agencies, TV, print and broadcast. They went to Brgy. San Vicente with an ongoing construction of flood control amounting to 1,528,126.10 with 50 household beneficiaries.

Kalahi-CIDSS- Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) is a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

The operations of the community-driven development (CDD) approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4,497,448,178.

Moreover, Kalahi-CIDSS operates in eight municipalities in Albay with a total grant of P304, 884, 950.00 with 173 sub-projects for 2014 alone.

Sto. Domingo, a 4th income class municipality, is one of the 101 municipalities currently implementing Kalahi-CIDSS with a total grant of P51,862,400.00 for its three year-implementation. Currently, 22 out 23 barangays received funds for their community-proposed sub-projects.

Community-driven development (CDD) puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

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Gender Sensitivity and Analysis Training for Municipal Links of Pantawid Pamilya held

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office V Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is currently conducting training for Municipal Links dubbed as Gender Sensitivity cum Introduction to Gender Analysis Training for City/Municipal Links.

The training aims to increase the level of awareness of staff on basic gender concepts and related issues which greatly affect their relationship between and among the partner beneficiaries and the community. It also aims to strengthen the working relationship with the clientele, co-staff and partner government and private agencies in improving the delivery of social services

It is a two-day activity which is conducted in five batches for selected municipal or city links from various provinces of Bicol. It started last first week and will end on last week of December.

Said training includes workshops, discussion, audio-visual analysis and lectures. Some of lectures are gender in workplace, gender fair language, discussion on lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender, vision on a gender fair society and Gender and Developent and the Millenium Development Goals, gender mainstreaming, governance rights based approach and governance and gender perspective in Disaster Risk Reduction Management.

Rosalie Mapa, gender and  development focal person, said that at the end of the training the participants are expected to come up with gender action plan based on the identified issues in their assigned areas.***G.Lindio, IO-Pantawid

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Marifi S. Arnaldo (A life changing story of Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leader)

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Bilang isang magulang, pangarap ko na mabigyan ng magandang kinabukasan ang aming tatlong anak. Ang kalusugan at edukasyon ang isang daan upang maisakatuparan ang pangarap na ito na hubugin ang kanilang kinabukasan sa paarang mag-aahon sa kanila sa kahirapan.

Ako po si Marifi S. Arnaldo, nakatira sa Poblacion sa Munisipyo ng San Vicente, Camarines Norte. Napabilang kami sa isa sa mga mahihirap na pamilya sa aming barangay na naitala sa Listahanan. Tumatangap kami ng cash grant kada ika-dalawang buwan. Kahit kami ay mahirap mapalad kami, sapagkat isa kami sa nabigyan ng tulong ng gobyerno at kailangan lamang sundin ang kondisyon na nakapaloob sa panunumpa para hindi mabawasan ang cash grant na aming natatangap. Para sa akin isa itong malaking tulong sa aming pamilya.

Sadyang napakahirap mag-budget ng pera lalo na alam ko na kulang na kulang ito. Kahit anong paraan ng pagkwenta ay kulang pa rin. Litung-lito at masakit ang ulo ko kung paano pagkakasiyahin ang kakarampot na kita ng aking asawa.

Sa pagdating ng Pantawid pamilya, hinubog nito ang aking kaisipan sa pagpaplano ng pamilya, lalo na ang patungkol sa pera. Sa bawat Family Development Session (FDS) na ginaganap dito sa amin buwan-buwan, nadadagdagan ang aking kaalaman upang lalong mapa-unlad ito, mabago ang maling paraan ng pag-gastos ng pera. Hangad ko na isabuhay kung ano ang tama para sa magandang kinabukasan ng aking mga anak.

Tuwing pay-out, naging priority ko ang maglaan sa edukasyon at kalusugan ng tatlo naming anak. Kontribusyon sa paaralan, school supplies, at pang-araw araw nilang gastusin ang unang kong pinaglalaanan. Sa ganitong paraan ay unti-unting naging maalwan gastusin sa edukasyon ng mga anak ko.

Sa pagsasama naming mag-asawa noon ang aking kaisipan ay bahala na kung kami ay magsasama ng matagal. Ngunit sa FDS o mga training at seminars na dinaluhan ko ay naunawaan ko ang kahinaan at kakulangan naming mag-asawa. Sa ngayon, ay ipinaparamdam ko ang pagmamahal, pag-aalaga, diplomasya, mahabang pasiyensya, pang-unawa at higit sa lahat ang respeto at tiwala sa isat-isa.

Bihira na kami ngayon mag-away at anumang problema at tukso ay kayang-kaya namin harapin dahil naniniwala ako na ang magandang relasyon ang siyang matibay na pundasiyon para sa pag-sasama namin at kailangan sabayan ito ng dasal at pananalig sa Poong Maykapal. Kung noon sa akin ay “bahala na ang bukas” ngayon ay para sa akin ang bawat pagsikat ng araw ay “may bagong pag-asa.”

Kung dati rin ay mapakain ko lang, mabihisan, mapalaki sila (anak) ay sapat na. Ngayon, ay nalaman ko ang 10 karapatan ng bata at pangunahing pangangailangan nito. Binibigyan ko ng panahon ang pagpangaral sakanila at family bonding. Lagi ko na sinasabi sakanila na “mga anak ituring niyo ako na best friend na pwede ninyong pag-sabihan ng inyong problema o hinain.” Dahil kahit mahirap ang buhay pilit namin ginagampanan ang pagiging isang mabuting magulang, ma-ibigay ang kanilang pangangailangan dahil ayaw ko ng iparanas sakanila ang hirap ng buhay na naranasan namin.

Sa mga nakalipas din na taon ay ginugol ko ang aking sarili sa gawaing bahay, sa paglalaba, pagluluto, paglilinis ng bahay at pag-asikaso ng pamilya. Wala akong paki-alam kung ano ang nangyayari sa barangay o komunidad. Sadya akong mahiyain noon, kapag mayroong tao ay nasa isang sulok lamang ako, hindi rin ako dumadalo sa mga pagtitipon. Ngunit, hinubog ng Pantawid ang aking pagkatao at pakikipagkapwa. Natuto akong makihalubilo sa napakaraming tao, makilahok sa gawaing barangay na mayroon mabuting maitutulong. At sa ngayon, ako ay Parent leader ng aming grupo sa Pantawid Pamilya.

Bilang isang ina, masakit para sa akin na makita ang anak ko na umiiyak at nagtatampo dahil hindi sila makasali sa anumang okasiyon sa paaralan, hindi makabayad sa oras, o kontribusyon at hindi makagawa ng proketo. Sa ganitong paraan tinutusok ng karayum ang puso ko at noo’y hindi pa nila maintindihan kung bakit hindi pwede o wala kaming maiabot sapagka’t nasa murang edad pa lamang sila. Sa ngayon, hindi ko kayang bayaran o tapatan ng anumang halaga ng salapi ang tawa nilang nararamdaman sapagka’t nakakasali na sila sa mga okasiyon sa paaralan at nakakabayad na ng tution fee. Sa katunayan natutuwa din kami ng lubos dahil nasa section one silang lahat. Natuto din akong dumalo sa mga pagpupulong sa paaralan.

Kaya lubos po ako na nagpapasalamat sa Pantawid Pamilya na siyang naging dahilan ng magandang pagbabago sa aming buhay, salat man kami sa hirap ngunit unti-unti namin itong nalalagpasan. Binibigyan niyo po kami ng pag-asa na ipagpatuloy na maging matibay sa lahat ng aming kakaharaping hirap sa buhay. Salamat sa gobyerno na patuloy na gumagabay sa amin.

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6,038 household IP of Bicol benefitted in the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program for Indigenous People of Pantawid Pamilya

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development Bicol continuously fulfill its mandate of providing social services to the disadvantaged and marginalized sectors of the society through the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Indigenous People (MCCT-IP) of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid Pamilya).

Currently, a total of 6,038 household IP in Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas (GIDA) benefitted from the said program. Of the total household IP beneficiaries, 1,007 of which comes from Albay, 1,884 are from Sorsogon, 2,908 are from Camarines Sur and 239 are from Camarines Norte.

MCCT-IP is an innovation of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program that provides cash grants and social welfare assistance to IP families not covered by the regular Pantawid Pamilya.

It aims to empower, promote, and protect the IPs from any unavoidable adverse effects caused by the development process.

According to Regional Director Arnel B Garcia, the MCCT-IP is more culturally responsive in improving our partner IP-beneficiaries access to basic social services such as health, nutrition and sanitation, and to formal and non-formal education.

The beneficiaries of the said program are IPs that are vulnerable and disadvantaged based from the assessment done by DSWD staff (community facilitator) and those that are outside or inside their ancestral domains particularly those with no or limited access to social services and with children 0-18 years old.

Like the regular pantawid pamilya program, the identified beneficiaries received a cash grant of P500 for health and P300 for the education of children who are in elementary or P500 who are in high school for a maximum of three children per family.

But, there are certain corresponding conditions to comply which are 85% attendance of all IP beneficiary children and adults enrolled in school. Regular health status monitoring of pregnant and lactating women, full immunization for children and pregnant women, deworming for children, pre and post natal care and should deliver in birthing facilities and attendance to community family development session.

MCCT Focal Person Sharlyn Altavano said that as of present a total of P1,121,200 cash assistance are provided to beneficiaries in the Province of Albay particularly in Municipalities/Cities of Guinobatan, Tiwi, Tabaco, Polangui, and in Camarines Sur in the municipality of Goa.

“We are currently conducting pay-out for the remaining provinces and it will be up to end week of December,” she added.***G.Lindio, IO-Pantawid

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