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COMMUNITIES KEY TO DEVELOPMENT – SOLIMAN

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Juliano-Soliman strongly emphasized that the citizens are crucial to the pursuit of progress. She made this point as she talked about how the Community-Driven Development (CDD) approach can operationalize “inclusive growth” during the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Albay Governor Joey Sarte Salceda and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Undersecretary Francisco Fernandez for the pilot testing of the enhancement of the Provincial Local Government Unit (PLGU) engagement with Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS).

“The communities are key to development”, said Secretary Soliman. She cited how the community-driven development (CDD) approach of Kalahi-CIDSS builds up on the Aquino administration’s thrust of “the people as the bosses”.

CDD is a poverty alleviation strategy which gives citizens the power and the responsibility to analyze and address local issues that impede their development through participatory decision-making. It is the principal strategy of Kalahi-CIDSS, one of the projects under the DSWD.

Secretary Soliman said that Albay was chosen as one of the two pilot sites for PLGU engagement because its PLGU showed consistent support to the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS in its constituent municipalities. Furthermore, it has proven its expertise in addressing provincial concerns, including disaster risk management.

While she praised Governor Salceda for his active involvement in Kalahi-CIDSS implementation, she also issued him a challenge. “You have tried [CDD implementation] in either Kalahi-CIDSS or PODER. Let us try this now at the provincial level.”

PODER, or Poder Y Prosperidad de la Comunidad (Empowerment and Development of Communities) is a project also implemented by the Kalahi-CIDSS with funding support from the Agencia Española Cooperacion Internacional para el Desarollo (AECID). It also uses the CDD strategy utilized by Kalahi-CIDSS. It is implemented in the Bicol region, Region III, and CARAGA.

The pilot testing is expected to provide insights on the roles of the PLGU in the implementation of CDD. The information will be used to identify the engagement of the PLGU in the National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP), the scaling up of Kalahi-CIDSS.

For his part, Governor Salceda welcomed Secretary Soliman’s challenge, saying that he believes in the systems employed by Kalahi-CIDSS, particularly in its thrust of empowering people. “Ang CDD ang paraan sa pag-solve ng poverty, at ang magsasagot ay ang tao mismo [CDD provides the means to solve poverty, and the ones who will solve poverty are the people themselves].”

He also cited the Kalahi-CIDSS’ system of going directly to the people to ask for their feedback. “I always insist that we follow the format of the Kalahi-CIDSS’ voice and vote,” he said.

He added that it is his desire for everyone to become involved in the development process. “It has been my dream for the barangay residents to go to their barangay captains and say, ‘This is the project that we need’. The barangay captain will then tell his mayor, and then his mayor will go to the governor. In this sense, democracy becomes equality, where the budgetary buttons of the government will be dictated by the people.”

He ended his talk by aiddressing the Albay mayors. “We have gotten our marching orders. Let us continue our practice of working together.”

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Legazpeños Attend First Kalahi-CIDSS Community Assembly

IMG_75562After the barangay assembly, chosen volunteers from Brgy. Bitano, Legazpi City were oriented about Kalahi-CIDSS last April 18, 2013 at the Ibalong Centrum for Recreation. Donna Osial [left], a DSWD staff, discusses their roles and responsibilities as volunteers in the project.

From the coverage of rural barangays, Kalahi-CIDSS has now expanded to the urban setting with its pilot implementation in Legazpi City wherein residents of Bitano and Rawis attended the first barangay assembly (BA) for the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) project.

The BA was conducted in Bitano and Rawis last April 19 and 20, respectively. The staff from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) oriented the crowd about different aspect of Kalahi-CIDSS project.

World Bank (WB) has granted P1 million each for Bitano and Rawis as part of the pilot implementation of urban Kalahi-CIDSS in Luzon. It started last January and will end March 2014.

What is Kalahi-CIDSS?

Kalahi-CIDSS is one of the poverty reduction programs implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). It stands for Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services.

Employing “Community-Driven Development” as a primary strategy, Kalahi-CIDSS trains communities together with their local governments (barangay and municipal) to choose, design, and implement development projects to address their most pressing needs.  Through the Project, communities and local government units have built school buildings, farm to market roads and bridges, health stations, day care centers, post-harvest facilities, and implemented capacity building and projects that address poverty needs.

On the other hand, the first set of volunteers was elected wherein there were two representatives for each purok. Through this, CDD is operationalized by involving the residents in the decision-making process of the government.

Alfonso Bantigui, Jr. of Zone 4, Bitano, was one of the chosen community volunteers who will study their local situation and conduct a community research.

He is one of those who will identify the key problems in their community that causes poverty, and identify the range of possible solutions to address these problems.

“Magayon po na naghahale sa tawo su consultation ta kaipuhan talaga hapotun ang tao dahil dakol ang saindang mga pangangaipo. Sa paagi ning Kalahi-CIDSS, nahihiling man na may magayon pa na programa ang gobyerno [It’s better that the people is consulted because they what are their needs. Through Kalahi-CIDSS, it is seen that government has good programs for the people],” he said.

Barangay Assembly Defined

As defined in the Local Government Code, R.A. 7160, BA is a gathering of barangay residents who are Filipino, at least 15 years old and above, and listed in the records as members of the barangay assembly. It is conducted at least twice a year.

In Kalahi-CIDSS, community consultations are done through BAs by providing updates and feedbacks to the people about the project and are conducted with a minimum of five (5) BAs in a cycle (year).

Other groups of volunteers formed during the course of Kalahi-CIDSS implementation include the Barangay Representation Teams (BRT), Project Preparation Teams (PPT), Community-Based Monitoring Team (CBMT) and Barangay Sub-Project Management Committees (BSPMCs). All volunteers are elected during BAs. ###jmarbella

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MORE CORE SHELTER UNITS TO RISE IN CAMARINES SUR

The Department of Social Welfare and Development, Field Office V released a total of P7.7 M to 110 families in Lagonoy, Camarines Sur who were either found to be vulnerable to disaster or those who are up to the present are unable to restore their damaged houses.

The family beneficiaries are from Barangays Bocogan, Kinahulugan, Amoguis, San Vicente and Manggogon. Each recipient received a check amounting to P70,000 from DSWD Director Arnel Garcia. The distribution of checks was done in a simple turn-over ceremony which was held recently at the town’s covered court. Director Garcia was joined by the town’s chief Executive Delfin Pilapil and Socorro Texon, the Municipal Social Welfare Officer.

The core shelter units is provided t0 indigent families who were rendered homeless due to disaster. Core shelter is an structurally strong and environment friendly shelter units which can withstand 180 to 220 kph wind velocity, intensified four earthquakes, floodings and other similar hazard. It is a restoration and rehabilitation strategy that uses work teams composed of the beneficiaries themselves to provide labor for the construction of the core shelter units.

The municipality of Lagonoy is one with the highest number of core shelter units completed and occupied and occupied in Camarines Sur. From year 2005 to 2009, Lagonoy was able to construct 251 units  and will have an additional of 110 core shelter units to be constructed.# # # # eejerusalem/smufo5

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DSWD, DILG TO INK MOA WITH ALBAY ON PROVINCIAL CDD IMPLEMENTATION

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will be signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Albay Governor Joey Sarte Salceda in Legazpi City on April 24, 2013 for the pilot testing of the enhancement of provincial local government unit (PLGU) engagement in Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS).

Kalahi-CIDSS is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the DSWD. It uses the community-driven development (CDD) approach, which entrusts citizens with the opportunity and responsibility to analyze their problems, generate solutions, prioritize and implement their prioriy projects.  In CDD, citizens make important decisions and control project resources. Kalahi-CIDSS train people to become active participants in decision-making and in pushing for their development.
The pilot testing is expected to provide insights on the roles of the PLGU in the implementation of CDD. The information will be used to identify the engagement of the PLGU in the National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP), the scaling up of Kalahi-CIDSS.

The NCDDP will increase the current coverage of Kalahi-CIDSS from 368 to 900 municipalities, thereby expanding its reach from 50% to 100% of the poorest municipalities in the country from 2013 to 2018.
Albay was chosen as one of the pilot provinces because of the PLGU’s positive track record in supporting past implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS in the province.  Since 2004, the total local counterpart contribution of the Provincial Local Government Unit to Kalahi-CIDSS municipalities for their community projects has reached over PhP 36 million, one of the highest provided by a PLGU in the Project.

Albay is also a recipient of the Seal of Good Housekeeping from the DILG and demonstrates strong capacity to lead a CDD-based implementation.
Aside from Albay, the province of Compostela Valley, will also be partnering with DSWD and  DILG for this pilot initiative.

According to DSWD Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Juliano-Soliman, the MOA signing formalizes the partnership of the DSWD with the PLGU of Albay, along with the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the municipal LGUs who will participate in the pilot.

“CDD requires active citizenship and responsive governance.  In the past, we have successfully shown that communities working with their barangay and municipal LGUs to address local poverty needs results to responsive, low cost and sustainable sub-projects that improve access of the poor to basic social services.  We want to enhance and be more purposive in  the involvement of, and  engagement with PLGUs as they can provide the essential link to CDD by increasing the available resources for the poor and by helping communities link up their projects to national priorities,” said Soliman.

The pilot project will test a participatory process of planning, budgeting, implementation, and monitoring to choose and execute projects from poor municipalities, giving priority to those that require provincial or municipal-wide strategy in order to address priorities in line with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), disaster risks, and economic development through a PLGU-led modality.  Grants will be provided to support these projects.

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Supplemental Feeding for School Children Launched

About 161 school children from Brgy. Daculang Tubig, San Fernando,Camarines Sur will benefit from the Supplemental Feeding Program  sponsored by the Philippine Goodworks Mission  Foundation in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development and the Local Government Unit of San Fernando, Camarines Sur .

In a simple launching ceremony held at the said barangay, DSWD Director Arnel Garcia in the presence of Mayor Eugenio Lagasca turned-over a check amounting to 163,275.00 to Mrs Vienna Sibulo, the School Head of Malaking Ilog Elementary School. The amount will cover the first three months implementation of the feeding program.

Director Garcia explained that the Supplemental Feeding Program  is the provision of food in addition to the regular meals to  either the day care and school children. It is a six months feeding program whose children beneficiary are from 5 to 12 years of age and are enrolled this coming school year. Each child will be provided with hot meals amounting to P15 per child per day, five times a week and this will be serve during lunch so that the children will not be allowed to go home instead they will have their lunch in the school. The parents will be the one to prepare the food while the recipes or suggested menu for the day will be provided by the Regional Dietary Nutritionist of the DSWD.

The program will likewise be coordinated with the Rural Health Unit who will conduct the regular weighing and deworming of the children and attend to other health concerns.

This program is funded by the Philippine Goodworks Mission Foundation, a Manila-based non –government organizations who caters to the children with nutritional and health problems.                                                                                                                                                # # # # # eejerusalem/smufo5

 

 

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PODER 7 Closes with 25 Poverty Reduction Projects Completed

The Poder y Prosperidad de la Comunidad (Empowerment and Development of Communities) or shortly known as PODER project, closes its seventh phase providing 25 basic community facilities and services to two municipalities in Bicol region.

PODER 7 is a special project realized through the convergent partnership of Department of Social Welfare and Development and Agencia Española Cooperacion Internacional para El Desarrollo (AECID). With a total grant of Php18.8 million, it funded the priority needs of the communities in the municipalities of Juban, Sorsogon and San Pascual, Masbate.

The implementation of PODER 7 follows the same principles and processes of Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), one of the core poverty programs of DSWD. It strongly advocates Kalahi-CIDSS’ community-driven development strategy wherein

The closing activity of PODER 7 was held at La Roca Veranda Suites and Restaurant, Gogon, Legazpi City last March 20, 2013. Mercedes Cornejo, the Program Manager for Social Development of AECID Philippines, graced the said event and was joined by Edgar G. Pato, the national project manager of PODER and Kalahi-CIDSS with Felix M. Armeña, the Assistant Regional Director of DSWD Field Office V. The local chief executives of San Pascual and Juban were also present together with their barangay councils and community volunteers. The team of AECID Bicol was also present and was represented by Glena Orogo and Lea F. Cea.

“This is not the end but this is only the beginning to work even harder in sustaining these community subprojects,” Mercedes Cornejo said.

The closing activity aimed to showcase the learning of LGUs about PODER 7 and to share their experiences on how they were able to successfully implement the project within the specific timeframe of one year. Dir. Edgar Pato lauded the community volunteers, LGUs and all stakeholders and encouraged them to capitalize on what they have learned during the PODER 7 implementation.

Awards for the Best Subproject and Best Photo Gallery were awarded to San Pascual featuring the daycare center facility constructed in Brgy. Dancalan.

The award for the best subproject was based on the participation rate of the people in the community, the on-time implementation of the project, the mobilization of community volunteers and the availability of operational policies and ordinances to support operation and maintenance activities. On the other hand, the photo gallery depicted the visual presentation of the PODER 7 experiences and showed the perceived impact of the project in the communities.

PODER project commenced in Bicol last 2005 and in addition to the latest 25 community infrastructures, it has already funded 231 poverty reduction projects in the course of its implementation. Moreover, it aided Bicol from the devastation brought about by super typhoon Reming in 2006 under its rehabilitation project.

Other than Juban and San Pascual, PODER has been implemented in Manito, Manlinao, Legazpi, Bacacay, Sto. Domingo, Tabaco, Tiwi, Malilipot, Libon, Aroroy, Claveria, Minalabac, Presentatcion, Paracale and Sta. Elena. Most of these municipalities have previously implemented Kalahi-CIDSS.###jbmarbella

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What’s Keeping James Punctual?

James wakes before his older siblings could get up. He sets off his day by serving as the alarm for his family. As early as seven, he’s ready for another day in school.

James Jerald Balanes of Minalabac, Camarines Sur, is known for his punctuality at school. This was something new to his parents because of his zest to attend his class was something noteworthy.

His mother, Jennlyn, said that after her son transferred to their new classroom last September 2012, it seems that James became more interested and engaged.

“Siya na ang nagsasabi sakin na paliguan at bihisan na siya. Ayaw niya kasing umabsent kahit isang araw [He always reminds me to bathe and dress him up for school. He doesn’t want to be absent even for a single day],” Jennlyn said.

At the age of four, James has developed a strong sense of responsibility. Gina Cilot, James’ teacher, said that he regularly comes to school 30 minutes before their session begins.

“He comes to school early. He would even join his classmate’s parents if his mother is not able to bring him to school,” Gina added.

The advent of the new daycare center to Barangay Irayang Solong paved way for more opportunities not only for James but also for other preschoolers. She said that it is accessible and conducive for learning emphasizing that its location is safe for the pupils to play.

“Hindi na ako nagaalala para kay James kasi alam ko na ligtas siya dun. Malawak ang playground at malinis ang kapaligiran. [I don’t need to worry about James because I know it’s a safe place for him to stay. Its surroundings is clean and there’s a vast area for their playground],”Jenlynn said.

James said that it’s better to study in their new daycare center because it is beautiful. He enjoys the wooden tables and chairs with polychromatic paint and looks forward to the daily feeding program at school.

The daycare center in Irayang Solong is one of the subprojects of Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS). It is a multi-funded project of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) covering all provinces in Bicol 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.

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 is one of the core programs of DSWD along with the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP). The convergence of the three programs is aimed for a greater impact in reducing poverty.

The Balanes family is part of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, three of Jennlyn’s four children are beneficiaries of the said program.

“Laking pasasalamat naming mga magulang nagkaroong ng ganitong mga proyekto. Isa ang aming barangay na nagkaroon ng magandang proyekto para sa mga bata. Malaki ang tulong ng mga proyektong ito [We are very thankful that we have these kinds of projects which cater to the needs of our children. These projects provide a big help,” Jennlyn said.###jmarbella

James Jerald Balanes (right), four years old, is one of the students of the newly constructed Kalahi-CIDSS daycare center in Barangay Irayang Solong, Camarines Sur.

James Jerald Balanes (right), four years old, is one of the students of the newly constructed Kalahi-CIDSS daycare center in Barangay Irayang Solong, Camarines Sur.

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DSWD Field Office 5 Turns Over NHTS-PR Data to Baras, Catanduanes


The Department of Social Welfare and Development has turned-over the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) data to the municipality of Baras in Catanduanes last March 15, 2013.

Honorable Mayor Chito S. Chi and Municipal Social Welfare & Development Officer Ms. Jean Triumfante received the electronic copy of NHTS-PR data based on its first assessment in 2009.

NHTS-PR is an information management system that identify who and where the poor are in the country. The system makes database of poor households as reference in identifying potential beneficiaries of social protection programs. It aims to establish an objective targeting system and reduce the leakage of social services to non-poor and minimize exclusion of the poor.

The National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) has identified 461,242 poor households covering the 6 provinces of Bicol region.

Pursuant to Executive Order No. 867 issued in March 2010 has directed all National Government Agencies (NGAs) to adopt the results of NHTS-PR in identifying prospective beneficiaries for their social protection programs nationwide.

A memorandum of agreement has been forged between DSWD Field Office 5 and the municipal government of Baras for the use of NHTS-PR data of poor households.

To date, the municipality of Baras was the first to sign a memorandum of agreement for the use of NHTS-PR data in the province of Catanduanes.

Furthermore, Mr.Abejuro informed the local government unit that in connection with the upcoming election, a moratorium on MOA signing was imposed relative to data sharing which already started from February 12 until May 13, 2013. This is being done to protect the integrity of the NHTS-PR database and to ensure its data utilization. ###crbarrameda

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