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DSWD MIMAROPA conducted orientation about Alternative Family Care Program

The Adoption Resource and Referral Section of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA discussed the Alternative Family Care Program during the Forum on the Current Trend in Social Work Practice in Marinduque State College.

The activity is part of the Adoption Consciousness Month celebration.

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DSWD MIMAROPA discusses alternative family care program to school partners

BOAC, Marinduque- The Adoption Resource and Referral Section of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA discussed the Alternative Family Care Program during the Forum on the Current Trend in Social Work Practice in Marinduque State College.

The said  program aims to provide a better life, promising future and real identity to children who are abandoned or neglected through legal adoption and foster care.

Adoption is defined as a socio-legal process of providing a permanent family to a child whose parents have voluntarily or involuntarily relinquished parental authority over the child.

The activity is part of the Adoption Consciousness Month celebration.

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Speech: 66th DSWD MIMAROPA Anniversary Celebration

 

Sa atin pong panauhing pandangal, USEC Maria Lourdes Turalde-Jarabe, sa mga magigiting na punong-bayan ng MIMAROPA Region, sa atin pong masisipag na mga partner-stakeholders, sa atin pong mga benepisyaryo at higit sa lahat sa mga kapwa ko kawani ng DSWD, isang magandang hapon po sa inyong lahat at maligayang pagdiriwang ng ika-66 na Anibersaryo ng ating departamento.

Ang anibersaryo po ng DSWD ay isinasagawa upang ibalik-tanaw ang ating palalakbay laban sa pagsugpo ng kahirapan sa ating bansa at pagsisilbi ng “Maagap at Mapagkalinga” sa ating mga benepisyaryo na nasa Poor, Vulnerable at Disadvantaged na sektor.

Nagsisilbi rin po itong lugar upang tayo’y makapaghuntahan, makapagkumustahan at makapagbahagi ng kasiyahan sa ating mga kasamahan at kaibigan sa DSWD.

 

Higit sa lahat, ito po ay isang pagdiriwang upang parangalan ang ating mga kawani, mga partner-stakeholders at mga volunteers na dedikado at walang tinag na ibinuhos ang oras, pawis, dugo at buhay upang makapagsilbi sa ating publiko.

Lubos po ang aking kasiyahan na kasalo ko sa’yo sa pagdiriwang ng isang mahalagang yugto ng Departamento.

Week-Long Celebration:

 

Upang higit po na mabigyang buhay ang ika-66th na Anibersaryo ng DSWD, ginawa po naming isang linggo ang selebrasyon. Naghanay po kami at nagsagawa ng iba’t-ibang aktibedades sa aming rehiyon:

Noon pong Lunes, sinimulan po namin ang aming pagdiriwang sa isang mataimtim na Misa upang magpasalamat sa lahat ng biyayang dumating sa ating departamento. Sinundan po ito ng Blessing ng mga sasakyan at mga pasilidad sa rehiyon.

Gayundin po, nagkaroon po ng ribbon cutting ng SLP Bazaar kung saan po tinangkilik po natin ang mga produktong gawa ng ating mga benipesaryo ng SLP at Pantawid Pamilya.

Isa rin pong soft launching ng OPCEN (Operation Center) ang isinagawa kung saan nakita po natin ang lugar kung saan nagtitipon ang ating mga QRT members tuwing may sakuna/kalamidad. Makikita rin po natin dito ang mga materyales at equipment na kanilang ginagamit sa kanilang Disaster Response Operations.

Binuksan na rin po ang Regional Learning Resouce Center (RLRC) ng Rehiyon upang makapagbigay ng mga IEC materials na magagamit ng ating mga kawani at publiko.

Nagsagawa rin po ng Photo Exhibit sa rehiyon kung saan po ipanakita ang mga larawan at kwento ng pagbabago ng ating mga benepisyaryo, mga magagandang tanawin sa MIMAROPA at mga litrato ng mga kawani at mga opisyales ng DSWD MIMAROPA.

Gayundin, inilatag ang apat bagong mensahe ng departamento sa community board upang higit na maisapuso ng mga kawani at publiko: 1. Ang Maagap at Mapagkalingang Serbisyo 2. Patas na Pagtrato sa Komunidad 3. Tapat na paglilingkod na walang puwang para sa katiwalian 4. Maging Tapat sa Tungklin, sa Mamayan at sa Bayan.

Isa ring pagbalik tanaw sa kabataan ang isinagawa sa Laro ng Lahi kung saan nagmistulang mga masisiglang bata uli ang mga kawani na sumali mga tradisyunal na larong Pinoy tulad ng kadang-kadang, patintero at marami pang iba.

Noon namang Martes, pinasigla ng mga makabago at lumang tugtugin ang rehiyon sa isanagawang “Sayawan sa Barrio” kung saan nakita nating umindak ang ating mga kawani at opisyales. Sinundan naman ito ng paligsahan sa pagluluto ng masarap at masustansyang pagkain sa DSWD Masterchef.

Pagsapit naman ng Miyerkules, naggagandang tinig ang ating napakinggan sa ating Tawag ng Tanghalan sa DSWD kung saan umawit ng mga klasikong kanta ang ating mga kawani. Paligsahan naman sa talas ng isip at memorya ang isinigawa noong Huwebes sa Family Feud na nagpakita ng kanilang kaalaman ukol sa departamento at pulso ng masa

 

Anniversary Proper

Hindi pa po natatapos ang kasiyahan ng pagdiriwang ng ating 66th Anniversary.  Higit pa po namin kayong  hahandugan ng mga kaganapang inyong hindi malilimutan ngayong Culminating Activity ng ating anibersaryo.

Bilang pasasalamat po sa mga lider na nagsilbing ilaw at haligi ng departamento, isa pong Commemoration para po sa mga Regional Directors ang ipepresenta. Ito po ay magpapakita ng mga mahahalagang kontribusyon ng mga RDs na nagsilbi sa DSWD MIMAROPA bago po ang aking termino.

Pagkatapos po nito, isang masigla at nakakaindayog na musika naman po ang ating masisilayan sa pagtatanghal ng AFP ASCOM COMBO Band.

Mapapakinggan rin po natin ang mensahe ng ating kagalang galang  na panauhing pandangal na si USEC Maria Lourdes Turalde-Jarabe. Maraming salamat po USEC sa pagpapaunlak sa aming imbetasyon.

Dadako rin po tayo sa pagbibigay parangal sa atin pong mga PANATA Ko Sa Bayan Awardees. Ito po ay isang taos pusong pasasalamat at parangal sa walang sawa po ninyong pagsuporta sa mga serbisyo ng DSWD.

Kaugnay po nito, ikinigagalak ko pong ibalita na ang ating rehiyon po ay nakasungkit sa National ng apat 4 na Gapas Awards:

  1. Taytay Palawan: LGU implementing outstanding Sustainable Livelihood Program Microenterprise Development Model
  2. Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro: Model LGU implementing KALAHI – CIDSS
  3. Sablayan, Occdidental Mindoro: Model LGU implementing Day Care Services
  4. San Jose, Occidental Mindoro: Model LGU implementing Protective Programs & Services (for National programs and Devolved Programs)

Muli po ay maraming salamat at patuloy po sana nating pagtibayin at pag-igtingin ang ating pagutulungan na mapagsilbihan ang publiko.

Sa ilang saglit lamang din po ay maririnig po natin ang mensahe ni Mayor Eduardo Gadiano ng Sablayan Occidental ukol sa parangal na natanggap ng kanilang bayan.

Bukod pa po rito, bibigyan din po natin ng pagpupugay ang atin pong mga boluntaryo ng KALAHI-CIDSS sa Bayani Ka Awards. Sila po ang mga kababayan natin na hindi nagatubiling magbigay ng karagdagang serbisyo na walang hinihintay na kapalit para sa ikabubuti ng buhay na kanilang kapwa.

Paparangalan din po natin ang mga Modelong ng Ama ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. Sila po ang mga nagsilbing modelo ng mahusay na pagsuporta sa kanilang mga anak at mga kabiyak, maayos na pakikisama sa kapwa, aktibong partisipasyon sa komunidad at maigting na pagpapalaganap ng adboksiya sa pantay na Karapatan ng Kalalakihan at Kababaihan.

Bibigyan din natin ng isang mainit na pasasalamat ang ating mga Loyalty Awardees na naglaan ng mahaba at dedikadong  serbisyo para sa publiko. Sila ang tunay na bayani ng ating bayan, mga modelo at inspirasyon ng walang humpay na pagsisilbi sa kapwa.

Pagkatapos ng mga parangal ay marami pa tayong masasaksihang mga pagtatanghal mula sa ASCOM Band,  sa grand winner ng DSWD Tawag ng Tanghalan at Kay Mr. Jino Labiti.

Nawa po ay masiyahan kayo sa ating selebrarsyon ng ika-66 na Anibersaryo ng ating departamento. Muli po ay isang magandang hapon sa ating lahat. ###

 

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4 LGUs in MIMAROPA Region received DSWD Gapas Award

 

Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos, together with officials and representatives of partner LGUs, received GAPAS awards during the ‘PaNata ko Sa Bayan’ Awarding Ceremony in DSWD Auditorium Quezon City.

Here are the GAPAS Awards received:

1. Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro: Model LGU Implementing Day Care Services;
2. Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro: Model LGU Implementing KALAHI-CIDSS;
3. San Jose, Occidental Mindoro: Model LGU Impementing Protective Programs and Services; and
4. Taytay, Palawan: LGU Implementing Outstanding Sustainable Livelihood Program Microenterprise Development Model

Gapas Award is a commendation to partner LGUs and NGOs implementing DSWD programs and services which have significant and outstanding contributions to their respective communities.

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To the Top: A Journey Towards Volunteerism and Leadership

ACTIVE VOLUNTEERISM- Giovannie Fabro, 32 represents their community’s Operation and Maintenance Group on the Organizational Development and Management Training of Kalahi  CIDSS.

Traversing the coconut plantation in the morning and organizing youth groups in the afternoon has been the routine of Giovannie, a dark, well-built man in his early thirties with a face chiseled by hard work and a heart molded by volunteerism.

Giovannie Fabro, more well-known in his community as Giovan is the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee (BSPMC) Chairperson of Barangay Toctoc in Banton Romblon. From a by-stander to a volunteer, Giovan said that he has found more meaning in life when he was immersed in volunteerism and in Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi CIDSS).

New Chapter

Like many of the youths in Banton, Giovan worked in Manila. Numerous factories hired him until he has worked himself to exhaustion. Realizing that his income was not enough to support his family in the province, Giovan decided to go back home to take care of his parents.

He worked on their copras business to earn a living. Even with lesser income, he admitted that going back home was one of the best decisions he has ever done.

His caring and gregarious personality earned him a lot of buddies in Brgy. Toctoc. They usually hang-out and play basketball on the community court where the Kalahi CIDSS Barangay Assemblies (BA) were frequently conducted. This hobby of his had introduced him to the program and to volunteerism.

The raising hands of the people in the half court intrigued Giovan as they rest after a basketball game and he listened to what they discussed. He learned that the people were voting for a sub-project that they wanted to have in their community. Amazed on how the people are given the freedom to have a project of their choice, Giovan decided to join the next meetings.

In the beginning, he admitted that attending the assemblies of Kalahi CIDSS was like learning a foreign language. “Napakadaming acronyms yung nababanggit nila at hindi ko talaga maintindihan kaya tinatanong ko yung katabi ko.” (I do not understand the numerous acronyms that they mention thus I ask the person next to me about the meaning of those acronyms.)

He chuckled as he added, “umabot na sa pagkakataon sa assembly na nainis na yung katabi ko sa katatanong ko kaya linayasan nya na ko.” (One time, during the assembly, my seatmate got tired of my asking thus he walked away.)

The Heart of a Volunteer

On the second cycle of Kalahi CIDSS, he actively participated and was elected as a member of the Project Implementation Team (PIT).

A sudden change in Giovan’s routine had happened when he became a volunteer. His usual lazy afternoons were changed to attending meetings of the BSPMC and studying the community procurement manual.

Eventually, he discovered his passion to volunteerism when he attended the community volunteers’ training. This has also been his inspiration to organize a youth group called Uswag Banton. The group aims to re-plant trees in the area.  In addition, he encouraged the members of the group to take part in Kalahi CIDSS and they help the community empowerment facilitator to gather people during barangay assemblies.

The community members witnessed his industry as a community volunteer. Thus, they decided to elect him as the BSPMC chairperson of Barangay Toctoc on the third cycle of the program. Mrs. Yolly Felita, one of the elders in Brgy Toctoc said that she is convinced that Giovan will be a good BSPMC chairperson.

Despite this, Giovan admitted that he had second thoughts on accepting the new post.

Nevertheless, his dream of giving his community a safe and sustainable drinking water has surfaced than his fear of greater responsibility. “Sabi ko sa sarili ko, ngayon pa ba ako titigil kung kelan malapit na naming makamit ang pangangailangan ng aming komunidad?” (I said to myself, would I stop now, now that the need of our community is almost within our reach?)

Community Empowerment Facilitator of Brgy. Toctoc Shirley Vallez recounted a story on how Giovan has shown his dedication to the project. According to her, “Si Giovan ang nanguna noong kailangang i-konekta pababa sa bundok yung tubig kahit medyo masama yung pakiramdam nya. Na-amaze ako sa batang yan kasi kita mo sakanya yung passion na tumulong kahit may sinat sya.” (Giovan lead the community to connect the water from its source in the mountain down to their community and he was not feeling well when he did it. I was amazed on that kid because you can see his passion to help even he is sick.)

Beyond service

Giovan saw how the community driven development process has transformed his flat and passive community into an active one. From his account, he was amazed on how his community was able to work together in spite of political ramifications because of their common goal of having access to clean and potable water.

Consequently, Giovannie discovered his leadership talents in becoming a Kalahi CIDSS volunteer. From the timid man, he was now able to speak in front of his community and other crowds. He recounted the moment where he shared his reflection during the BSPMC training in Makati and he said he never felt so proud before.

“Kung may sasabihin ako at alam kong tama at makakabuti, sasabihin ko yun” (If I have something to say that I know is right and will contribute to the greater good, then I will say it) said Giovannie. He added “Sana ganun din ang gawin ng mga ka-barangay ko“(I wish that the people in my community would also do the same.)

Giovannie has been a volunteer of Kalahi for 2 years now and as a volunteer he had a lot of realizations in life, in his community and in the municipality of Banton. “Sana ay tigilan na ng kababayan ko ang panlilibak sa iba dahil lang sa pulitika. Panira sa pag kakaisa ng Bantoanon yang ganang gawain.” (I wish that people would stop destroying others for the sake of their political endeavors. This kind of action destroys our hope of uniting the Bantoanons for the common good).

All of Giovannie’s BSPMC colleagues have previously held posts in public service. With this, he was teased by his ‘kuyas’ that he must try his luck in politics and run as a barangay councilor. He said that he feels awkward whenever such topics are being discussed.

All Giovan know is his true calling is to serve his community beyond Kalahi CIDSS.

Kalahi CIDSS is a poverty alleviating program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development that employs the process of community driven development to empower the community which would empower the people, promote good governance, and alleviate poverty in the community. ###

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RSCWC Children’s Caravan cum Adoption Consciousness Month Celebrated in San Jose Romblon

Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA, in partnership with Regional Sub-Committee on the Welfare of Children and Local Government Unit of Romblon, conducted the Children’s Caravan cum Adoption Consciousness Month Celebration last February 2 and 3, 2017.

DSWD MIMAROPA Regional Director and RSCWC MIMAROPA Chair, Wilma D. Naviamos formally opened the celebration by giving inspirational message about children’s rights and empowerment.

 

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MSWDO of Romblon spearheads release of SocPen Cash Grants

Municipal Social Welfare Development Office in Magdiwang, Romblon spearheads the release of cash grants for the additional 300 Social Pension Program beneficiaries in town recently.

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DSWD SLPA business center a model of successful community managed enterprise

DSWD partner beneficiaries attend the inauguration of the business center in 2016.

The usual challenge faced by community organizations is sustainability. “Ningas-kogon” attitude is an innate nature of many Filipinos. Many organizations or even programs and projects left unfinished because the aspect of sustainability is forgotten. Huge government resources were put to waste because of so many factors. It could be the lack of commitment, the lack of passion to push certain endeavor or the lack of long –term vision.

This is the reality that need to be addressed not only by government but by individuals.

But, the sad stories of community undertakings has also a positive part. There are still individuals and even government agencies who believe that something will happen if the leaders and the people are willing to surrender certain things or even time in exchange of something worthwhile and for the interest of many.

One inspiring story of a successful community initiative is the establishment of a business center in the town of Taytay, Palawan. The process towards the full realization of the project started in 2014 when series of community meetings and consultations were made. Community consultation is a fundamental requirement before any community project or undertaking kicks off.

Doing so was not easy for the community workers because there should be a paradigm shift to ensure the success of the proposed project. In this case, they need to open the mind of the beneficiaries that instead of doing operating the business individually, it has to operate and run by the association as one.

With the supervision of  the Department of Social Welfare and Development under its Sustainable Livelihood Program Associations with the support of the local government unit of Taytay and the Taytay Palawan Sustainable Livelihood Program Federation, Inc., the business center successfully opened in 2016 and operates providing more opportunities to community particularly the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).

The DSWD-SLPA Business Center is a growing business enterprise incorporating different business concepts in one place.

The SLP business center is a perfect avenue to display and promote Palawan products to locals and tourists.

It is located strategically along national highway at the junction of Taytay town. The business center houses the restaurant, grocery store, boutique, souvenirs shops and entertainment place. It is now being managed by trained staff who also form part of the management.

Since this is a community-owned enterprise with government on the side, the members are putting too much premium on the sustainability of the project by actively participating in the operation of the center. It is being ran by 39 beneficiaries who are considered as ‘ wealth generators’ for other beneficiaries of the program.

The project aims to improve the socio-economic condition of members of the SLPAs through group enterprise. The skill to run the business was acquired through the assistance of the LGU of Taytay, the Department of Trade and Industry and the help in various ways of the Philippine Marines.

Aside from economic benefits of the project, the members are able to deepen their understanding on the value of collective action which will lead to strengthening community ties and development. Likewise, the strengthened partnership with external partners are steadfast foundation of the project.

The approach in community empowerment of DSWD is proven effective to develop the sense of ownership among community members. Through this, the members are gripping tight not to let go of their dreams.

The journey towards economic independence of DSWD SLP members may take a longer time, but the good news is, the government is always on the side to provide guidance to the community when passion is weakening and the direction sometimes is taking a swerving path.

Today, the business center still operates successful and is growing by adding more business activities in the center thus provides bigger income opportunity to its beneficiaries. ### (Joy Tabuada)

Source: Palawan News 

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