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DSWD MiMaRoPa continues to deliver family food packs

Malate, Manila – As of this writing, three deliveries are on the way to the municipalities of Pinamalayan, Gloria and Pola, Oriental Mindoro with a total of 4,980 family food packs or 1,660 for each municipality.

Also, there will be an initial delivery set to be taken to the municipality of Victoria, Oriental Mindoro today with 178 family food packs to be served to 89 families.

There are still 35 evacuation centers open in the municipalities of Victoria (16), Naujan (8), Pinamalayan (5), Baco (2), Calapan (2), Socorro (1) and San Teodoro (1), all in the province of Oriental Mindoro.

In addition, there is an on-going repacking of relief goods in Odiongan, Romblon. 600 family food packs are set to be delivered in the municipality of Banton, while the 2,600 family food packs delivered yesterday were already picked-up by the local government unit of Corcuera.

DSWD MiMaRoPa continues its relief operations to the affected individuals and families due to the brunt of Typhoon Nona. ###

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Open Evacuation Centers in MiMaRoPa now down to 35, DSWD MiMaRoPa continues relief operation to affected families

Malate Manila- As of 3:00 PM today, three (3) evacuation centers (ECs) have been closed in Naujan bringing the number down from 38 (yesterday, December 29) to 35. A total of 260 families (1,107 individuals) are still in the evacuation centers in the municipalities of Victoria (16 ECs), Naujan (8 ECs), Pinamalayan (5 ECs), Baco (2 ECs), Calapan (2 ECs), San Teodoro (1 EC), and Socorro (1 EC) in Oriental Mindoro.

On the other hand, the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Corcuera in Romblon will pick-up 2,750 GI sheets and tool kits (308 boxes of common nails, 357 boxes of umbrella nails, 61 boxes of hand saw and 81 boxes of claw hammer) today in Calatrava. In addition, the families in Baco, Oriental Mindoro with totally damaged houses have received 851 tool kits to help rebuild their homes.

Three (3) trucks, each carrying 1,660 family food packs, are on its way to Calapan Oriental Mindoro to add to the 10,000 family food packs being purchased by the SWADT of Calapan. More so, a total of 1, 256 family food packs are picked-up by the LGU of Corcuera from Calatrava, Romblon.

A total of  26, 038, 742 php cost of assistance has been provided to the affected families of Typhoon Nona in MiMaRoPa as of today. The Department has given 15, 126, 658 php worth of hygiene kits, family food packs and other non-food items while the LGUs and NGOs have also provided food packs and non-food assistance costing 10, 364, 804 php and 547, 280 php respectively.###

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Training:

4 hours of relevant training

 

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STATUS OF EMPLOYMENT Permanent
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Completion of two years studies in College

 

Experience:

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Training:

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G.I. Sheets and Malong delivered to Victims of Typhoon Nona in Romblon and Mindoro

Malate, Manila – As of 9:00 PM, December 28, a total of 42, 750 Galvanized Iron (G.I) Sheets have been delivered to (2,750 G.I. sheets) Oriental Mindoro and (40,000 G.I sheets) Romblon while 20,000 pieces of Malong are scheduled to be released to Pinamalayan and Naujan Oriental Mindoro by DSWD IV-MiMaRoPa in coordination with Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and Local Government Units (LGUs) of the said provinces.

The onslaught of Typhoon Nona left the region of MiMaRoPa with 120,998 affected families or 557,062 persons in 51 municipalities and more than 92,022 damaged housing units (61,508 partially damaged and 30,514 totally damaged).

Number of casualties now at 15 dead, 326 injured and 2 missing.

There is still on-going distribution of food packs in several parts of Oriental Mindoro and in Romblon, Romblon.

As of this writing, a total of 18,374 food packs were served in the provinces of Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque amounting to Php11,935,289.86 cost assistance from the Department.

Quick Response Team of DSWD IV-MiMaRoPa is still in the process of validating or identifying the affected areas and the number of affected families in Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro as some of their barangays are reported to be washed-out###

 

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Helping others, improving one’s self

The Serna family is gleeful for winning the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya in the provincial level.

The Serna family poses happily for winning the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya in the provincial level.

It took about 20 minutes of boat ride going to this island of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro to interview one of this year’s model families and the provincial winner of Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya.

It was raining early in the morning going to Brgy. Labangan in Ilin island but as the boat nears the docking area, rays of smiles from its residents welcome the guests and the sun peeps from the clouds and shone its light to bring a brighter day.

Among the crowd is the silent couple, Eusebio and Gigie showing their glee together with their fellow community members. The Serna family brought pride not only to their own but also for the whole community. It was seen that the family is known to everyone in the area that they are enjoined by their neighbors in celebration of winning the competition.

Eusebio, 49 year old, and Gigie, 43, have seven children through their 23 years of marriage. Living from an island barangay, the family lives off by Eusebio being a “konduktor sa bangka”. But with seven children, it is not enough to sustain their needs alone. Thus, they also plant crops and vegetables. They have an organized garden across their house. They have almost all kinds of root crops and vegetables: sitaw, ampalaya, kangkong, gabi, papaya, gabi, kamote, etc. Through proper budgeting, they were able to buy and tend some animals like goats, chicken, pig and cow.

“Dahil po iyan sa tulong ng Pantawid Pamilya kaya naman paunti-unti, iniaangat po namin ang aming kondisyon sa buhay,” said Gigie. It is through the program and being wise in saving money that they are able to face the challenges in their living conditions. “Pinag-uusapan naming mag-asawa kung anong gagawin sa mga natatanggap namin kaya unti-unti napagawa rin namin ang bahay,” added Gigie.

Gigie also narrated, “Malaki rin po ang naitulong ng programa dahil nabibigyan ng oportunidad ang mga bata na magpa-check-up at mabigyan sila ng mga pangangailangan nila sa eskwelahan.” Gigie also said that she is active in attending their Family Development Sessions (FDS). It is through the sessions that she gains new knowledge that she applies in their everyday life.

Gigie makes sure that they have a clean and organize backyard garden.

Gigie makes sure that they have a clean and organize backyard garden.

Being active in community activities is innate for the couple. Gigie is a catechist or part-time volunteer teacher to grade two pupils in Labangan Elementary School since 2014. She was also voted as a secretary in the Parent-Teacher Association in the same school, as well as the secretary and president of the Festijos for two consecutive years in their barangay. She is also an active volunteer of the Community Savings Group, a women’s group, for five years. Currently, she is a treasurer of their SEA-K and a parent leader of Pantawid Pamilya.

On the other hand, Eusebio is a trained traditional veterinarian. He was fortunate to be chosen by the Department of Agriculture through the Plan International’s project in their barangay to tend to farm animals that he was sent to Manila for a training. Eusebio monitors animals and provides care when they have illnesses. Specifically, he provides vitamins using a syringe to the cattle. Eusebio is in-charge of all the animals in the island.

The couple relayed that there was a time that they fought due to Gigie’s schedule in participating to too many community activities. But with communication, the couple resolved their issues and agreed to always talk with one another and manage their time for the family and their responsibilities in the community. With the innate feeling to serve, the couple could not help but be active in the community, and they both understand that they have to be more patient and understanding of one another’s feelings and positions.

Moreover, they have bright and talented children. Of the seven, three are still in school in their island; one in high school, one in elementary and the youngest in Daycare. The eldest, Gerald, 23, did not graduate from college and decided to help his father being a ‘bangkero’ and whatever work he gets in San Jose proper, sometimes being a construction worker. The second, Ivee Valerie is a trainee in a company in Cavite while the third, Erick Jade, recently finished high school and is waiting for her sister to help him get a job in the same company and help the family instead.

The Sernas calmly tells their contributions in the community as well as their personal struggles in the family.

The Sernas calmly tells their contributions in the community as well as their personal struggles in the family.

“Ang meron sa aming pamilya ay yung nagkakasundo kami, tulong-tulong,” said Gerald. His mother followed, “Pag nakikita nila yung Papa nila kung anong trabaho, tinutulungan nila.” The family works together. It is Serna family’s strong suit and will always be. “At mahal namin ang isa’t-isa,” ended Erick Jade. Although they stopped studying, Gerald and Erick Jade expressed their feelings to continue and get vocational courses.

The struggles the family feel are not reasons for them not to help their fellows. These even made them an exemplary family that despite their personal challenges, they managed to provide time to help others. Their values have never been more founded and their characters have never been stronger. This only goes to show that one’s development is not only measured physically or materially, but also by showing people that you are there whenever you are needed, ‘cause when you help others, you improve yourself as well. ###

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P15M assistance releases for Nona-affected in MiMaRoPa

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DSWD MiMaRoPa staff deliver family food packs to the municipality of Concepcion Romblon.

MALATE, Manila- As of 3PM today,  a total  of  P15 million has been provided to Typhoon Nona affected families from the combined resources of  Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) with Php6 million,   Local Government Units (LGUs) with Php9 million  and  Non-Government Organization with P162,000 in MiMaRoPa region.

DSWD continue the distribution of family food packs and hygiene kits to typhoon survivors.

Meanwhile, 29,991 totally damaged houses and 59,417 partially damaged houses were reported regionwide where more than 487 families are still in  50 evacuation centers particularly in the province of Oriental Mindoro. ###

 

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DSWD MiMaRoPa debriefs children affected by Typhoon Nona

Malate Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development MiMaRoPa has set-up two (2) child friendly spaces in Bucayao National High School in Calapan City and San Isidro Evacuation Center in Victoria, Oriental Mindoro. The social workers in the area have conducted an assessment to the evacuation centers and saw the need to debrief the children from their drastic experience with the recent devastation of the typhoon. A total of 46 children where served in these facilities- twenty four (24) children in Bucayao and twenty two (22) children in Victoria.

 

Moreover, the cost of assistance provided to the victims of Typhoon Nona is now Php 11,501,256.84. From the latest report, the department has given Php 6,244,449.86 worth of Family Food Packs, Hygiene Kits and other non-food items while the LGU and the NGOs has given Php 5,094726.98 and Php 162,080.00 worth of food and non-food items respectively.

On the other hand, a total of 3,054 Family Food Packs has been distributed by the department today to the affected families in the Municipalities of Naujan and Pinamalayan in Oriental Mindoro and Boac in Marinduque. At the same time, 1,000 Family Food Packs, 185 packs of used clothes, and four (4) tents have been provided to the affected families in Banton, Romblon.
The repacking of Family Food packs is still on-going at the Regional Office of DSWD MiMaRoPa in Malate Manila and at the SWADT offices in the five provinces of MiMaRoPa. The department continues to seek the help of additional volunteers for the said repacking activities. ###

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DSWD MiMaRoPa continues relief operations for victims of Typhoon Nona

Malate, Manila- According to the latest report, there are 113,971 families in MiMaRoPa affected by Typhoon Nona. The typhoon caused widespread damage to the provinces of Oriental and Occidental Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque. Reported totally damaged houses increased to 30,830 while the number of partially damaged houses remain at 53,878.

DSWD MiMaRoPa has now provided Php 5.6 Million worth of Family Food Packs, Hygiene Kits and other non-food items to the affected families. Support from LGUs now amount to almost Php 5 Million worth of food and non-food items and concerned NGOs offered cash assistance of Php 50 thousand.

Aside from relief assistance, six social workers were deployed to conduct stress debriefing and psychological first-aid to the families of Oriental Mindoro.

Repacking of family food packs continue in the regional office warehouse. A few volunteers have already assisted in the relief operations. Individuals who are willing to extend their support are encouraged to present themselves at the DSWD MiMaRoPa Office.

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