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Pantawid Pamilya Has New Mode in the Release of Cash Grant

The Pantawid Pamilya Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development has adopted new mode in the release of cash grant to the beneficiaries and this is through MLhuiller.

This new modality was piloted recently in the municipality of Tinambac, Camarines Sur where 4,900 beneficiaries from the 44 barangays were served.

Pantawid Pamilya is a poverty alleviation program of the national government that aims to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty of poor households by investing in human capital such as health, nutrition and education. At present the program covers all the municipalities of Bicol with a total of 357, 000 households.

Previously the Pantawid Pamilya cash grant were released through the over the counter payment and the cash cards in the Land bank branches. However it was not noted that these are quite effective especially to the beneficiaries staying in far-flung areas. This is aside from having limited Land Bank and ATM facilities in the region. For these reason, the DSWD and Land Bank in the Philippines has forged partnership with Philpost, Rural Banks and MLhuiller who will take charge of the release of cash grant.###eejerusalem

 

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Partner Agencies Visit DSWD Subprojects under CDD for Monitoring

Partners and other stakeholders joined the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in monitoring projects under Community-Driven Development Project (CDD), also known as Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), in Sorsogon last June 11, 2013.

Representatives of the provincial local government of Sorsogon, national government agencies (NGAs), and civil society organizations (CSOs) visited Kalahi-CIDSS subprojects in Prieto Diaz and Gubat. These representatives are also the members of Kalahi-CIDSS Inter-Agency Committee, the coordinating body of the project at the provincial level responsible for providing technical assistance in support of its implementation, facilitate coordination among various agencies, monitor and review implementation, and facilitate resolution of technical concerns.

It was a whole-day field visit to random communities aimed at identifying relevant concerns and responding to the gaps that will enhance the implementation of the project at the level of the community.
Kalahi-CIDSS is a CDD project in the Philippines which strongly advocates the involvement of local communities in the design and implementation of development projects to address the issue of poverty in the country. It aims to improve local governance by employing the participation of the people in the development process.

Same monitoring visits will also be conducted with stakeholders in Masbate, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes this June 20, July 16, July 17, and July 25, respectively. ###jmarbella

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DSWD HOSTED EXECOM MEETING

The Department of Social Welfare and Development, Field Office V hosted the Executive Committee meeting held recently at DSWD, Field Office. The EXECOM was headed by DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman. With her were USEC. Mateo Montano, USEC. Angelita Gregorio- Medel, Assistant Secretaries Chona David Casis, Vilma Cabrera, Javier Jimenez and Margarita Ana Perez, Head Executive Assistant.

In their two days stay in Bicol, the members of the EXECOM had an interaction with the field office staff as they were having the first Regional General Assembly for 2013.

The visit of the EXECOM in Bicol was highlighted with the turn-over of check amounting to 10m to the Provincial Government of Albay. This is intended for the construction of an evacuation center in San Jose, Malilipot, Albay. The check was received by Provincial Board Members Ralph Andes and Raul Borja from Secretary Dinky Soliman.

They also witnessed the signing of the Memorandum of Agreements on the following programs and projects:

The MOA signed between the DSWD, DILG and the Department of Tourism was on “Trabahong Turismo.” The MOA signing was represented by Regional Directors Arnel Garcia, Blandino M. Maceda and Maria-Ong Ravanilla, respectively.

“Trabahon Turismo” is one of the strategies conceptualized to uplift the level of well-being of the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from survival to self-sufficiency .It is premised on the belief that if there is an available livelihood projects and opportunities they can be self-reliant and sustaining individuals.

A memorandum of understanding  on the advocacy for Poverty Reduction and Social Protection Programs and services was also inked between the DSWD and Radyo Veritas Legazpi represented by Director Arnel Garcia and Rev. Fr. Paolo Barandon, the station manager.

This is a provision of a two-hour airtime every Saturday with the DSWD as the main host of the program.

Also, a MOA signing between the DSWD and the Unibersidad de Sta Isabel, the latter offers to paraprofessionals the Bachelor of Science in Social Work through the DE PAUL WEEKEND PROGRAM intended for the staff of DSWD who desire to take up Bachelor of Science in Social Work  given two years to finish the course.

The EXECOM were also able to visit other regional facilities like the Reception and Study Center for Children and the HAVEN for Women and Girls at the DSWD Complex, Brgy Nasisi, Ligao City. ###crbarrameda/eejerusalem

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DSWD FO 5 HOLDS REGIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

The first regional general assembly for DSWD Field Office 5 staff was held last May 27-31, 2013 at Albay Astrodome, Legazpi City.

With 1,275 employees in attendance, the activity aimed to encourage the staff to work as one of the achievement of the department’s thrust and priorities. The activity also serves as a venue to enhance leadership skills as integral to great teamwork, reduce conflicts between and among staff and to enhance unity & camaraderie.

The regional general assembly was dubbed as “Staff Development cum Sports fest”

It was commenced by a motorcade along the main streets of Legazpi and ended at the Naval Station in Rawis, Legazpi City for the opening program.

The staff was organized into teams with different colors assigned to each group for recognition.

Each team unleashed their competitive sides over games of volleyball, bowling, badminton, basketball, scrabble, chess, and table tennis.

Furthermore, Semestral General Assembly was conducted with the DSWD Executive Committee as guests. Execom members present were Under Secretaries Mateo G. Montaño, Angelita Y. Gregorio-Medel, Assistant Secretaries Ma.Chona O. David-Casis, Javier R. Jimenez, Vilma B. Cabrera and Margarita Ana L. Perez( Head Executive Assistant).

The highlight of the assembly was the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing between DSWD and University of Santa Isabel for the weekend program to the bachelor’s degree in Social Work paraprofessionals, a  contract between DSWD and Radyo Veritas Legazpi for partnership on the advocacy for Poverty Reduction and Social Protection Programs and Services.

A Trabahong Turismo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino was also inked with Department of Tourism represented by Director Maria Ong- Ravanilla and turnover of check worth 10 million to Local Government of Albay for the construction of pilot evacuation center in San Jose Elementary School, Malilipot Albay.

A fun walk and hataw dance was also done at Embarcadero de Legazpi which was fully participated by all staff.

The finale of the celebration was the Search for Mr. & Ms. Sports Fest 2013. It was Ms. Mary Grace Pellejera Abenia and Mr.Nico Nario Lomerio of the violet team won the Mr.  & Ms. Sports Fest titles while the neon green as the over-all champion.

“A well run DSWD is like a sports team , it makes the most of each crew members talent and takes advantage of split second opportunity to speed up service”, said DSWD Regional Director Arnel B.Garcia.

The sports fest aims to strengthen the bond between players and to imbue the value of convergence to everyone. In the same note, it hopes to develop the employees’ competitive character and determination to excel, Garcia added.###crbarrameda/eejerusalem

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215 Community-Identified Services to be Completed under CDD Project

The Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a multi-funded project of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), will complete the construction of total 215 community projects this year aiding 2,051 communities.

Covering municipalities in all provinces of Bicol, Kalahi-CIDSS provides poverty-reduction projects to address local needs in the poorest areas in the region.

Kalahi-CIDSS is a community-driven development (CDD) project in the Philippines which strongly advocates the involvement of local communities in the design and implementation of development projects to address the issue of poverty in the country. It aims to improve local governance by employing the participation of the people in the communities in the development process.

Brgy. Sta. Isabel of Baao, Camarines Sur is one of the beneficiaries of Kalahi-CIDSS. The concreting of their 508-meter pathway from Zone 5 to Zone 6 was completed last May with a total funding of P809,211.00.

“Dakulaon ang pasasalamat ko ta maski nagpakasakit kami, nahaman man ang project [We are very thankful because despite all the difficulties, we are able to complete our project],” Emma Capistrano, one of the community volunteers in Brgy. Sta. Isabel.

Community residents consensually decide on what type of poverty-reduction projects they prioritize for funding based from the collective analysis of their needs. Community proposals can vary from public goods/access projects, enterprise or livelihood projects or human development projects.

Kalahi-CIDSS will now expand into a national scale of the operations of CDD which will now be called as National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP).  NCDDP is a poverty alleviation program of the National Government, as supported by the Philippine Development Plan (2011-2016), was approved last January 18, 2013. In Bicol, it will be implemented in 105 municipalities.###jmarbella

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DSWD Denies Issuing Registration Forms, Recruiting And Conducting Payouts For Alleged New Pantawid Pamilya Beneficiaries

The DSWD Regional Office No. V has denied issuing registration forms, recruiting, conducting community assemblies and announcing payouts for the alleged new Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries in the fourth district of Camarines Sur.

In a statement released to the media, DSWD Regional Director Arnel Garcia said that the registration forms that were reportedly circulated in the municipalities of the fourth district of Camarines Sur did not come from the DSWD. Garcia emphasized that the identification of qualified beneficiaries for Pantawid Pamilya is generated solely through the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTSPR) and payouts are only done through the schedules and modes approved by the Department. “For the record the DSWD is not the source of the alleged registration forms, we are not conducting community assemblies to recruit new beneficiaries for the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in the Partido area or anywhere else in the Region at the moment and no payouts are being conducted since March 29, 2013”, Garcia stressed.

The circulation of registration forms and the conduct of community assemblies to recruit new beneficiaries for the program in the Partido area of Camarines Sur were reported on Saturday, May 11, 2013, two days before the midterm elections.

It was also reported that on May 15, 2013 a group of persons converged at the town hall of Sagnay, Camarines Sur to “collect their grants” as “newly registered” Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

Director Garcia said that such activities are being responded to by the DSWD through its “Bawal ang EPAL Dito” campaign which was launched and intensified during the election period to protect the Pantawid PamilyangPilipino Program, its beneficiaries and implementers against partisan political activities. The campaign also prescribed rules and norms in the conduct of activities and transactions that guided the Department’s workers. The data and information generated by the Department’s campaign revealed that political “epals” used the poverty reduction program to promote their political interests. Some used threats to gain votes by falsely informing the beneficiaries that they will be excluded from the program and lose their grants if they do not vote in their favor. Others promised to work for and deliver more benefits to Pantawid households if elected. A candidate for councilor even used “4Ps” as his nickname to generate more votes. All these “epal” acts were responded to by the DSWD and its field workers to prevent and mitigate the effects and influence of partisan politics.

“The DSWD is committed to protect the integrity of its poverty reduction programs and the safety and independence of its workers for the best interests of the poor and marginalized”, Garcia added. ###

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Construction Safety Training Boosts Safety and Health Education in CDD Projects

Emphasizing on preventive measures during the construction of community infrastructures under the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) project, a training on Construction Safety Training was conducted last May 6-10, 2013 in Sto. Domingo, Albay.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has partnered with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for a 40-hour training in educating the staff to protect the welfare of the project’s laborers.

The most common dangers during construction are falls from working at height, crush injuries in excavation work, being struck by falling objects, moving heavy loads, bad working positions, inhalation of dust, handling of rough materials, exposure to dangerous substances (chemical and biological), working near, in, or over water, exposure to radiation, loud noise, vibration from tools or vibrating machinery.

Armand Mikhail Templado, the Kalahi-CIDSS Regional Engineer, said that it is necessary to observe a hazard-free construction site to safeguard the health and the lives of the laborers.

“At the end of the training, we expect that they can now submit a Construction Safety and Health Program (CSHP) which mitigates identified hazards during the construction period,”he said.

The five-day training included topics on environmental safety; handling of construction machinery; excavation safety; personal protective equipment; occupational health and safety; health legislation; and safety and health practices. It was attended by the DSWD-hired engineers or deputy area coordinators (DAC) and municipal engineers from different municipalities implementing Kalahi-CIDSS project.

“Our [DSWD] staff will be the ones who will provide the technical assistance (TA) to the communities who will implement the infrastructures in observing protective measures during construction,” Templado added.

Suncris Cadiz, a DAC assigned in Bula, Camarines Sur, said that all of them are accountable in terms of managing hazards in the construction sites.

“This training is an essential component of the project,” she added.

Kalahi-CIDSS is a community-driven development (CDD) project in the Philippines which strongly advocates the involvement of local communities in the design and implementation of development projects to address the issue of poverty in the country. It aims to improve local governance by employing the participation of the people in the communities in the development process

Community residents consensually decide on what type of poverty-reduction projects they will prioritize for funding based from the collective analysis of their needs. Community proposals can vary from public goods/access projects, enterprise or livelihood projects or human development projects.

The laborers of these small-scale infrastructures are also taken from the members of the community. DACs will educate these people on how they can avoid accidents and sickness acquired during construction.

Engr. Alex Marlo Sacado of Safety Control Division of DOLE, said that the health and safety of the construction workers is one of the project’s concerns.

“Without our laborers, our project will be a failure so it is necessary to ensure a safe working environment for them,” he said.

Kalahi-CIDSS, a multi-funded project of DSWD, aids 2,051 communities with P1.07 billion for continued implementation this 2013. ###jmarbella

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KATUTUBO CARAVAN HELD

A Katutubo caravan was held recently in a tribal community at Barangay Osmeña, Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte where hundreds of “Kabihugs” unmindful of the strong summer heat trek the hills of Barangay Osmeña in order to join the activity.

These “Kabihugs” belong to the “Agta”, the generic term used in Bicol to refer to the 40,000 natives with dark colored skin, short statue and kinky hair. In order to preserve the culture of the katutubo in Camarines Norte, they called themselves “ Kabihugs”. There are 19 Kabihugs tribes in Camarines Norte. They are from the towns of Basud, San Lorenzo Ruiz, Capalonga, Paracale, Labo and Jose Panganiban. The Kabihugs who joined the event are from Guisican, Labo(also a tribal community), Paracale and Jose Panganiban.

As explained by DSWD Director Arnel B. Garcia, the katutubo caravan aims to provide with the basic social services and other entitlement from the government.

Since some of the Kabihugs are Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, the day’s event also served as a venue for the beneficiaries and stakeholders to express the importance of the conditional cash transfer in their lives and personally respond to the issues raised against the program.

As shared by Dr.Vincent Asis, the Municipal Health Officer of Jose Panganiban, the Pantawid Pamilya contributed much in their journey toward the attainment of better health services for these sector.

According to Dr. Asis, there is a notable increase in the number of people availing the health services and a larger portion of these are the “ Kabihugs”. There are already Kabihug pregnant mothers who avail the services of the birthing facilities.

The pre-school children are now brought to the health center for regular check up, deworming and other health services. The mothers are now aware of proper health and sanitation.”Malilinis na sila, Dr. Asis said.

Ms. Merly Bubuyo happily shared on her experiences when the Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program was brought to the IP community. There is an increase in enrollment among the Kabihugs. There are Kabihug children who excel academically in class. Their parents have already seen the value of education and actively participate in meetings and other activities of the school.

Julie Acula and Leoniza Noblezala, two Kabihug beneficiaries likewise shared that the Pantawid Pamilya has brought too much changes in their lives. They are now able to send their children to school, avail health services and we are now able to provide them with their health and school needs.”Lahat ng bayarin sa eskwela ay amin ng naibibigay at natuto na rin kaming painumin ng bitamina ang aming mga anak”

The government agencies who participated and extended their services are:

  • Medical Services by the Municipal Health Office and the Philippine Army
  • Philhealth Registration by the Philhealth
  • Free birth registration by the office of the Local Civil Registrar of Labo, Paracale and Jose Panganiban
  • ALS Registration by the DepEd

The Philippine Army likewise distributed used clothing.

The Katutubo Caravan was jointly sponsored by the DSWD, the Local Government of Jose Panganiban and the National Commission for Indigenous People.  # ##eejerusalem.

 

 

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