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Ang pekeng bigas, huwad na balita

Patuloy ang pagililinaw ng Department of Social Welfare and Development na ang rice subsidy na ibinibigay sa mga benepisyaryo ng 4Ps ay nasa anyo ng pera alinsunod sa probisyon ng GAA 2017. Ang subsidy ay naka-iskedyul na maibigay tuwing payout kasabay ng mga cash grant para sa lahat ng benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Sa isang ulat mula sa Cebu noong June 2017, may mga pakete diumano ng bigas na sinasabing naipamigay sa mga benepisyaryo matapos matanggap ang kanilang rice subsidy at mga grant sa Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island. Anim sa mga benepisyaryo ang nagsasabing sila’y nagkasakit matapos ikonsumo ang bigas na diumano’y ipinamigay sa pamamagitan ng programa. Nang mabatid ang ulat, madaling nagsagawa ng imbestigasyon ang NFA at DSWD tungkol sa kasong ito.

Ayon kay Leah Quintana, Information Officer ng DSWD Field Office7, hindi sila kailaman nagsagawa ng distribusyon ng aktwal na bigas sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya.  Idiniin ni Quintana na ang rice subsidy kabilang na ang mga cash grant ay natatanggap lamang ng mga benepisyaryo sa iskedyul ng payout gamit ang kanilang mga ATM cash card o direkta sa mga Landbank accredited conduit.

Ayon sa sariling imbestigasyon ng National Food Authority sa kaso, ang sample na kanilang nakuha ay pawang tunay na bigas. Isinaad din ng NFA na ang huwad o pekeng balita tungkol sa pekeng bigas ay ginawa upang makapanlamang sa mga nagtitinda ng tingi-tinging bigas. Ang publiko ay pinaaalalahanan na huwag agarang maniwala sa mga ulat tungkol sa pekeng bigas na makikita sa social media.

P600 kada-buwan ang kabuuang halaga na ibinibigay sa mga aktibo’t compliant na benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya alinsunod sa pangako ni Pangulong Duterte sa kaniyang unang SONA noong July 2016. Sa tulong ng buwanang Family Development Sessions na isinasagawa ng programa, ang mga benepisyaryo ay regular na napapaalalahanan sa kalayaan nilang mamili kung saan bibili ng bigas, ngunit patuloy na maging mapagmasid sa mga pagtatangka ng iba’t-ibang partido na samantalahin ang natatanggap nilang subsidy. Pinapayuhan din ang mga benepisyaryo sa wastong paggamit sa kanilang rice subsidy at mga grant.

Isa lamang ang Pantawid Pamilya sa istratehiya ng pambansang gobyerno upang mabawasan ang kahirapan. Sa ilalim ng implementasyon ng DSWD, ito ay tumututok sa human capital investment sa pamamagitan ng probisyon ng cash grants na pang-edukasyo’y kalusugan sa mga eligible na sambahayang mahihirap na may batang nasa edad 0-18. Pangunahing layunin g programang ito na mawasak ang salinlahi ng kahirapan sa Pilipinas.

Epektibo, maagap, at mapagkalingang pagbibigay ng serbisyong nangangalaga sa kapakanan ng mga mahihirap, PWDs, senior citizens, mga bata, kababaihan, at ng iba pang mga bulnerableng sektor. Patuloy na sinisiguro ng lahat ng opisina ng DSWD na ang mga serbisyo ng kagawaran ay naipapaabot ng wasto at sa tunay na nangangailangan sa pinakaangkop na panahon. Shaina Domingo/SMD ###

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39th NDPR Week ipinagdiwang sa Odiongan Romblon

ODIONGAN, ROMBLON – Aabot sa 250 na Persons with Disabilities mula sa iba’t ibang probinsya ng MIMAROPA ang dumalo at nakiisa sa 39th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, ika-19 hanggang 20 ng Hulyo sa nasabing lugar.

Ang pagdiriwang ay pinangunahan ng Department of Social Welfare and Development katuwang ang Regional Committee on Disability Affairs (RCDA) MIMAROPA at Lokal na Pamahalaan ng Romblon.

Alinsunod sa Proclamation No. 361 (2000) na inamendyahan ng Administrative Order No. 35 (2002) ang pagdiriwang ng 39th NDPR Week na may temang “Karapatan at Pribilehiyo ng May Kapansanan; Isakatuparan at Ipaglapan,” para sa taong ito.

Naglalayon ang aktibidad na paigtingin pa ang adbokisiya sa pagsulong ng mga karapatan at pribiliheyo ng PWDs, mapakinggan ang kanilang mga boses at maipakita ang kanilang mga natatanging talento.

Upang pormal na simulan ang pagdiriwang ng 39th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, nagbahagi ng inspirational message si Purficacion Ariola, DSWD Protective Services Unit Head.

“Mayroon pong tatlong K para sa ating mga minamahal na PWDs: Karapatan, Kakayahan at Katuparan! Ang mga karapatan po ng mga may kapansanan ay kinakailangan nating proteksyuna mayroon silang mga natatanging kakayahan na. Ang lahat ng ito ay maari nating maisakatuparan kung magtutulungan po tayong lahat,” ika ni Purificacion Ariola, DSWD MIMAROPA Protective Services Unit Head.

Datos ukol sa PWDs

Ayon sa Listahanan Database, may naitalang 14, 453 na mahihirap sa buong MIMAROPA: 1, 559 dito ay nagmula sa Romblon; 3, 192 mula sa Occidental Mindoro; 3, 272 ang nasa Oriental Mindoro; 1, 073 ang nagmula sa Marinduque; at 5, 357 naman ang natukoy sa Palawan.

Sa mga natukoy na mahihirap na PWDs, 7,995 (55.3%) ang lalaki samantalang 6,458 (44.7%) naman ang babae.

Ang Listahanan ay isang pamamaraan ng pamahalaan upang matukoy kung sinu-sino at nasaan ang mga mahihirap sa buong Pilipinas.

PAGBUBUKLOD PARA SA PWDs

Ang iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno ay nagtulungan upang makapaghandog ng may malasakit na serbisyo para sa mga PWDs.

Nagsagawa ng Information Caravan ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) upang mapalawig pa ang kaaalaman ng mga PWDs at ng publiko sa mga programa at serbisyo ng departamento tulad ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipinong Program, Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS), Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), Listhanan at Assistance to Individuals or Families in Crisis Situation (AICS).

Bukod pa rito nag-sponsor din ng libreng masahe ang DSWD upang mapawi ang pagod ng mga PWDs.

Samantala, nagsagawa naman ng Medical Check-up ang Department of Health (DOH) at Tahanang Walang Hagdan. Naghandog din ang DOH ng mga libreng wheelchair, tungkod at walker para sa mga PWDs.

Nagbigay naman ng pagsasanay ukol sa Food and Beverage ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) at ng presentasyon tungkol sa Food Preparation at Packaging ang Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

Ang Lokal na Pamahalaan ng Odiongan Romblon ay nagbigay ng libreng gupit sa mga PWDs samantalang ang Provincial Government naman ng Romblon ay nagkaroon ng serbisyong manicure at pedicure at libreng sakay sa pedicab. Namahagi naman ng mga binhing pananim ang Department of Agriculture.

KAYA KO: Abilympics Contest para sa mga Persons with Disabilities

Sa kabila naman ng masamang panahon at pagpapaliban ng walk for development, hindi nagpatinag ang mga PWDs na mapalawig ang kanilang mga karapatan sa pamamagitan ng pagpapakita ng ‘placards’ na naglalaman ng mga mensahe at kasabihan ukol sa may mga kapansanan.

Gayundin, hindi nagpahuli ang mga PWDs na ibahagi ang kanilang mga natatanging talento sa isanagawang ‘Abilympics’ o iba’t ibang patimpalak para sa mga PWDs.

Ang ilan sa mga patimpalak na ito ay painting, cooking, cake decoration, flower arrangement, singing at dancing contest.

Pinatunayan nila na hindi hadlang ang kapansanan upang makalikha ng mga obra maestra at makamit ang minimithing pangarap.

Nagbahagi ng testimonya ang isa sa mga representatives ng PWDs ukol sa pagbabago ng kanilang buhay dahil sa mga programa at serbisyong handog pamahalaan.

“Nagpapasalamat po ako sa gobyerno dahil po pinakita nila sa amin na may halaga kami. Pinaramdam po nila sa amin na hindi po namin dapat ikahiya ang gaming kapansan, bagkus ay gawin itong inspirasyon para mas magsikap pa at matupad ang aming mga pangarap,” ayon sa testimonya ng isang PWD na kahalok sa pagdiriwang ng 39th NDPR Week.

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NPMO Learning Visit, Isinagawa sa Palawan

Puerto Princesa City, Palawan—Kasama ang mga kawani ng Kalahi CIDSS mula sa Regional Program Management Office (RPMO), bumisita ang delegasyon mula sa National Program Management Office (NPMO) sa pangunguna nila Engr. Romulo Aquino (National Community Infrastructure Specialist) at Jay Aribbay sa mga bayan ng Narra, Quezon, at Sofronio Espanola sa Palawan para sa NPMO Learning Visit na ginanap noong ika 11-15 ng Hulyo 2017.

Isa sa pangunahing layunin nang nasabing pagbisita ang makita ang kasalukuyang estado nang pagpapatupad  ng mga proyekto sa mga nabanggit na komunidad.

Nagsagawa ng FGD ang deligasyon sa mga volunteers ng Brgy. Panitian sa bayan ng Quezon sa Palawan. Dito, nailahad ng mga volunteers ang mga saya at pag subok na kinahaharap nila sa pagpapatupad ng programa.

Nagsagawa ng Focus Group Discussion ang deligasyon sa mga community volunteers ng mga binistang barangay upang direktang marinig ang kwento ng mga volunteers kung paano pinatupad ng mga volunteers ang Kalahi CIDSS sa kanilang pamayanan. Nakipag usap rin ang deligasyon sa Municipal Inter Agency Committee (MIAC) nang mga nasabing munisipyo upang malaman kung ano ang maaring maitulong ng programa upang mas mapaigi pa ang pagpapatupad ng Kalahi CIDSS sa mga nasabing munisipyo.

Matapos ang pagbisita ay nagtipon ang deligasyon upang suriin ang mga bagay na nakita sa implementasyon ng mga binisitang munisipyo na maaari pang pag-igihin o pag husayin nang rehiyon. Ilan sa mga nabanggit na mga bagay na ito ay ang mas mahusay na pagpapatupad at pamamahala ng mga sub-project, ang pag papaigi pa ng proseso ng procurement at pagpapalakas sa kakayahan ng mga community volunteers na mamuno at mamahala.

Matapos nito ay nag plano ang deligasyon kung paano maisasakatuparan ang mga pagpapaigi na napag usapan at paano ipatutupad ang natukoy na pamamaraan sa iba pang mga munisipyo na nagpapatupad ng programang DSWD Kalahi CIDSS sa MIMAROPA.

 

 

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More than 14 thousand poor in MIMAROPA have disability

PWD members and supporters in Occidental Mindoro parade to advocate their sectoral rights.

MALATE, Manila- In observance of the 39th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) week, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA reveals that 14,453 poor individuals regionwide have disability based on Listahanan database.

This year’s celebration embraces the theme, “Karapatan at Pribilehiyo ng Maykapansanan: Isakatuparan at Ipaglaban”, which emphasizes the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities (PWD) to be fully realized.

Listahanan, a government mechanism to determine who and where the poor are, shows that 3,192 poor PWDs are identified in Occidental Mindoro; 3,272 in Oriental Mindoro; 1,073 in Marinduque; 1,559 in Romblon and 5,357 in Palawan.

“Commemorating this annual celebration, the DSWD will be having advocacy activities to fuel public awareness on the issues and problems face by the PWD sector,” said DSWD Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

From the identified poor PWDs, 7,995 (55.3%) are male and 6,458 (44.7%) female.

It is also reported that the top five towns with the highest poor individuals with disability are Puerto Princesa, Palawan with 1,076; Sablayan with 905 and San Jose with 826 in Occidental Mindoro; Taytay with 575 and Quezon with 371 in Palawan.

DSWD also encourages every citizen to take active responsibility in uplifting the economic and social conditions of all persons with disabilities in the society.

The NDPR week will be celebrated in Odiongan, Romblon on July 19-20, 2017 which will be attended by various national and local government units, and other social protection stakeholders promoting the welfare of PWD sector. ###

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DSWD advocates Listahanan database thru roadshow

Students of Marinduque State College join the Listahanan roadshow.

BOAC, Marinduque- Spearheaded by Listahanan, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA conducted a provincial roadshow of the regional profile of the poor in this town.

Based on the 2015 household assessment, a total of 207,863 (36.5%) poor households are identified out of 569,316 total households assessed in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan provinces.

“The activity aims to advocate the results of the Listahanan assessment eventually increase the awareness of the general public about the statistics and profile of the poor households regionwide,” told Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

For the province of Marinduque, DSWD identified 13,177 households or 26.3% are poor from the 38,902 total households enumerated.

Among the six towns in Marinduque, Buenavista tops with the highest magnitude of poor identified with 2,100 (39.6%) households followed by Torrijos with 1,901 (33.2) households while Gasan town with 2,158 (27.9%) poor households.

Boac with 3,018 (26.6%) poor households; Mogpog with 1,670 (21.1%) households; and Sta. Cruz 2,330 (19.3%) poor households.

DSWD Listahanan is very grateful to Marinduque Provincial Government thru Governor Carmencita Reyes and Marinduque State College president Merian C. Mani for hosting the provincial roadshow, Naviamos added.

In the said event, quick statistics about the profile of the poor, regional and provincial poverty maps and department audio-visual productions about frontline services are showcased for public information.

Listahanan is a government mechanism that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. ###

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DSWD MIMAROPA participates national blood donor’s month

New Heroes. DSWD staff face fears and donate blood.

MALATE, Manila- Spearheaded by the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), the Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA staff join the National Blood Donors’ Month celebration thru a blood letting activity.

Giana Gonzales said that to maintain sufficient supply of blood in the country, PRC is intensifying its advocacy through blood donation drive partnering private and government organizations.

From the total donors, 32 unit of bags are collected.

Gonzales further said that regular blood donations help to keep the levels of iron in the body in check particularly in males which has shown to reduce heart disease.

Meanwhile, all blood donors are given a card which will help them to be prioritized to avail blood when needed.

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MAT Bulalacao organizes Umabang Youth Summit

Pantawid youth beneficiaries enjoying their team building activity at the Umabang Youth Summit

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Municipal Action Team (MAT) in Bulalacao organized the Umabang Youth Summit for the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program youth beneficiaries as part of its Youth Development Session (YDS) on June 15-16, 2017.

Held in Sitio Umabang, Brgy. Benli, Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro, the activity is supported by the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Bulalacao in partnership with the rural Health Unit (RHU) as well as the Barangay Council of Benli and the 4th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army.

On June 2, 2017 MAT-Bulalacao established the Umabang Youth for Development (UYD), an organization that uphold rights of the youth, preserve culture of the Hanunuo, promote education, increase awareness in the prevention of teenage pregnancy and substance abuse, and serve as a venue for training and employment. The youth summit is the first activity of the organization in achieving its goal.

Philippine Army discussing leadership to the youth

MAT-Bulalacao invited Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from six other sitios near Umabang to attend the youth summit such as Sitio Hamloy, Sito Bantiano, Sitio Balagway, Sitio Balang, Sitio Laag, and Sitio Pa-oy. A total of 271 youth and parent beneficiaries attended the two-day activity including LGU officers, representatives from the 4th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army, RHU staffs, and faculty of Umabang Elementary School and Benli National High School – Umabang Extension.

On the first day of the youth summit, a youth development session (YDS) was conducted with topics on mind and emotions, health and personal hygiene, and teenage pregnancy. After the YDS, a cooking contest was organized to showcase their native food nilupak. The activity, called Nilupak Festival, was initiated by Municipal Administrator Ronald Punzalan to engage beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya to participate in making nilupak na balinghoy and nilupak na saging. According to him, “magandang naupisahan natin ang mga ganitong simpleng program para sa kabataan at para sa mga magulang, mas matutunan pa ng mga tao na pahalagahan ang mga simpleng kultura na hindi dapat mawala gaya ng ambahan at lupakan (it is laudable that we start simple program like this for the youth and their parents for them to appreciate and preserve our culture like ambahan and lupakan).”

Youth beneficiaries during  YDS

After the morning and afternoon activities, participants were gathered for a film showing of the movie “Moana” with the aim of promoting gender equality among tribal leadership. When the film ended, elders formed a small group to recite the Ambahan, a traditional poetry of Hanunuo Mangyans.

The second day was filled with team building activities which was facilitated by Corporal Alvin Flores to demonstrate discipline, sportsmanship and leadership for the youths. To cap off the event, a closing ceremony was held after the team building, where certificates of recognition and appreciation were given to parent leaders, community leaders, and winners of each activity.

“Malaki po ang naitulong sa aming kaalaman ng mga pinag-aralan namin, mas magiging maayos na lider pa kami ng kabataan dito sa Umabang at para sa bayan ng Bulalacao (the knowledge we have gained from these lessons help us to become a better youth leader in Umabang and the whole municipality of Bulalacao),” said Vice President of UYD Lalaine Malucon. The Umabang Youth Summit is a jump start program of the Municipality of Bulalacao to provide for the youth, which they aim to replicate to all barangays of the municipality. ###

 

Written by: John Vincent A. Gasmin
Edited by: Maria Alyssa L. Esguerra

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DSWD MIMAROPA Joins Observance of National Disaster Resilience Month 2017

Sheila S. Tapia, Disaster Response Assistance and Management Unit Head, facilitated the kick-off celebration of National Disaster Resilience Month.

In spite of technological innovations, most calamities are still hard to predict and prevent. Thus it is essential to constantly orient the public on how to be aware and well-prepared in times of disasters in order to prevent or at least mitigate its punitive impact.

Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA conducts the kick-off Celebration of National Disaster Resilience Month 2017, Monday, July 3 at Malate, Manila.

Activity was celebrated in order to show DSWD’s commitment to quickly and compassionately serve the public before, during, and after disasters.

Azeneth T. Transmonte, Project Development Officer II, encourages DSWD officials and staff to donate blood and save lives.

Various activities were conducted such as: orientation on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management; bloodletting; orientation on disaster preparedness; games related to disaster consciousness; distribution of first aid kit, whistle, and flashlight; and Eucharistic Celebration.

National Disaster Consciousness Month is observed every July in accordance to Executive Order No. 137 issued on August 10, 1999 by then President Joseph Estrada.

With the theme, “4Ks, Kamalayan sa Kahandaan, Katumbas ay Kaligtasan”, the event focuses on heightening awareness and strengthening preparedness of the public in order to prevent the harsh impacts of man-made and natural disasters.

As part of Disaster Preparedness, Protective Services Unit (PSU) distributed flashlights, whistles, and emergency kits to DSWD Officials and Staff.

“Mahalagang magkaroon tayo ng sapat na kaalaman kung paano maging handa at maiwasan ang sakuna. Lalong lalo na ngayon at pumasok na ang buwan na maraming ng dumarating na bagyo sa ating bansa,” says Sheila S. Tapia, Social Welfare Officer IV, Disaster Response Assistance and Management Unit (DReAM U) Head.

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