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MIBF-PRA ng DSWD Kalahi CIDSS Tier 2 Isinagawa sa Bansud

Malate, Manila—Isinagawa ang Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum – Priority Resource Allocation para sa Tier 2 ng DSWD Kalahi CIDSS sa Bayan ng Bansud sa lalawigan ng Oriental Mindoro noong ika 30 ng Oktubre taong kasalukuyan. Ang nasabing pagtitipon ay dinaluhan ng mga Community Volunteers ng Kalahi CIDSS kasama ang mga punong barangay sa kanilang mga barangay, mga department heads ng lokal na pamahalaan ng Bansud, mga kasapi ng sangguniang bayan, mga representante mula sa Philippine National Police ng Bansud, at mga kawani ng DSWD kalahi CIDSS ng Bansud.

Sa labing tatlong (13) barangay na nag lahad ng kanilang pangangailangan sa pamamagitan ng iba’t ibang presentasyon, apat (4) ang napiling barangay na mapondohan. Ito ay ang mga sumusunod na barangay:

  • Barangay ng Malo- Concreting of Access Road with Box Culvert
  • Baragany Alcadesma- Construction of 3 Classroom high school building
  • Barangay Manihala- Concreting of Access Road to IP area
  • Barangay Proper Tiguisan – Concreting of Access Road

Matapos mapili ang mga nasabing barangay, nagpahayag ng pasasalamat at panghuling pagbati si G. Alex Medrano, ang Association of Barangay Chairpersons President at Chairperson ng Barangay Poblacion.

Ang MIBF RRA ay isang aktibidad kung saan pinipili ang proyektong popondohan ng DSWD Kalahi CIDSS base sa napag kasunduang pamantayan na nabuo noong nakaraang MIBF Criteria Setting Workshop.

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Listahanan marks UN int’l day for hunger, poverty eradication

Representatives from national and local government offices, CSOs and students join the Listahanan Antipoverty Symposium to commemorate the UN International Day for Poverty and Hunger Eradication.

BOAC, Marinduque- Hosted by the Marinduque State College (MSC), the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA held the 4th Listahanan Antipoverty Symposium yesterday in commemoration of October 17 United Nations (UN) International Day for Eradication of Extreme Hunger and Poverty.

This year’s theme, ‘Answering the Call of October 17 to end poverty: A path toward peaceful and inclusive societies.’

The antipoverty symposium is parallel to the 30th anniversary of the UN’s call to action in the eradication of extreme hunger and poverty along with the Listahanan initiatives in increasing the awareness of the MIMAROPAns on the regional profile of the poor, providing all stakeholders a solid and evidenced-based statistics based on the nationwide household assessment results.

According to Listahanan 2015 database from the 584,562 households assessed and validated regionwide, 221,324 or 37.9 percent are identified poor.

A total of 55,363 poor households were identified in Oriental Mindoro; 39,182 in Occidental Mindoro; 14,051 in Marinduque; 20,777 in Romblon; and 91,951 in Palawan.

“This annual event of the department is one of the actions to show its commitment to the international community in achieving the eradication of hunger and poverty,” said Ernie H. Jarabejo.

This provides an avenue to all stakeholders to discuss various initiatives developed and implemented by their own institutions which are biased to the identified poor in Listahanan particularly the vulnerable, disadvantaged communities, sectors, families and individuals.

One highlight of the event is the presentation of the Ambisyon Natin 2040 by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)- a collective long-term vision and aspirations of the Filipino people for themselves and for the country for the next 25 years. It describes the kind of life that people want to live, as well as how the country will look like by 2040.

Moreover, considering that the province of Marinduque is the Butterfly Capital of the Philippines, Marinduque State College has presented a case study dubbed as Pera Mula Sa Paruparo: The Pro-poor and Pro-Environment Butterfly Livelihood. The case study focused on providing livelihood and employment to the communities through butterfly farming.

The DSWD has presented its experience and gains in the implementation of the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) in the grass root communities. SLP aims to improve the socio-economic status of poor families by creating more employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.

For this year, SLP has served 553 individuals in Marinduque for microenterprise development and employment facilitation with Php15 million fund.

The event was participated by various national and local government agencies, civil society organizations and MSC social work students. ###

 

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DSWD MIMAROPA, nakilahok sa ikatlong MIMAROPA Naturally 2017

Upang ipakilala at ipakita ang ilan sa mga pinakamagaganda at natatanging produkto ng rehiyon ng MIMAROPA, isinagawa ng Department of Trade and Industry o DTI ang ikatlong MIMAROPA Naturally Agri-Trade and Tourism Fair 2017 noong ika-labingwalo hanggang ika-dalawampu’t dalawa ng Oktubre 2017 sa Megatrade Halls 1 & 2, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

Ipinakita ng DSWD MIMAROPA ang pagsuporta sa aktibidad sa pamamagitan ng partisipasyon ng Manggagawang Aktibo na Naglalayong Harapin ang Kinabukasan Sustainable Livelihood Association o MANHAK SLPA at Native Handicraft SLPA ng Looc at San Andres, Romblon.

Fresh at ready-to-eat blue crabs and inihanda ng MANHAK para sa mga customers nito habang mga native na walis at bags naman ang sa Native Handicraft SLPA. Matatandaan na ang MANHAK ang itinanghal na kampeon sa nakaraang Bangon Kabuhayan 2017 kung saan inilaban nila ang proyekto nitong blue crab fattening.

Itinatayang nasa pitumpung booths ang nakilahok sa nasabing aktibidad. Ayon kay Binibining Chyntia Deocades, Project Development Officer ng Romblon, “Inimprove na  namin ang packaging ng blue crabs. Dati kasi styro lang ang gamit namin, e medyo nahihirapan ang customers na bitbitin. Bukod dito, inayos na din namin ang management system. Bawat isa sa ating beneficiaries ay alam na nila ang gagawin nila. May nagluluto, nagseserve, at nag-aasikaso sa mga customers.”

Nais ng DSWD MIMAROPA na lumahok pa ang mga Sustainable Livelihood Program Association o SLPA nito sa mga ganitong aktibidad na naglalayong ipakilala ang mga natatanging produkto ng rehiyon.

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Calintaan, Occidental Mindoro wins Regional Search for Exemplary Children 2017

Jecille Arah Costales of Calintaan, Exemplary Child 2017 of Pantawid Pamilya MIMAROPA, together with her family, RPC Vincent Obcena, MIMAROPA Regional Dir. Wilma D. Naviamos, and judges Fernando Macabua of POPCOM and Dilsy K. Arbutante of Norwegian Mission Alliance Philippines, and Rena Gomez of DSWD MIMAROPA IDD.

MALATE, Manila – Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MIMAROPA awarded Jecille Arah M. Costales from Calintaan, Occidental Mindoro as the regional winner for the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2017 on October 13, 2017 at Best Western Hotel La Corona Manila.

Arah, 13, was recognized as the most exemplary child for her outstanding character, intelligence, talent, and wit. She took home a cash prize amounting to P15,000.00 and a plaque of recognition.

“Ang mga kabataan ay itinuturing din na isa sa mga stakeholders ng programang Pantawid Pamilya. Isa sila sa may mahalagang parte sa pagtupad ng mga mithiin ng programa sa aspeto ng edukasyon at kalusugan. Kaya naman mahalagang mayroon silang kakayahan at kaalaman sa pag-abot ng kanilang potensyal bilang miyembro ng Pantawid Pamilya at ng kanilang komunidad,” DSWD MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos said on her welcoming speech.

The event is in line with annual celebration of the National Children’s Month to recognize outstanding Pantawid Pamilya children beneficiaries who demonstrated excellence in their homes, schools, and communities.

With Arah as the overall champion, on the list are Jane Rose G. Atienza of Looc, Romblon in 2nd Place and Shaine Marie M. Escobal of Pola, Oriental Mindodo in 3rd Place. Meanwhile, Reanne Kaye C. Rosas from  Torrijos, Marinduque and Ellayza L. Del Castillo from Roxas, Palawan got the 4th and 5th Place, respectively. Arah also won the Best in Talent Certificate of Achievement and Shaine was given a Certificate of Achievement for her outstanding choice of formal wear in the Question and Answer Portion.

On its 6th year, the event also became an avenue to award the regional winners of the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya, the Mendoza Family from Sta. Cruz, Marinduque, and the Search for Ulirang Parent Leader, Norma L. Somodio from Bansud, Oriental Mindoro.

Arah will represent the region in the National Search during the National Children’s Congress on November 13-18, 2017 in Metro Manila. She will compete with the other 16 regional Exemplary Child winners from all over the country. ###

 

 

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More than 500k ‘rural’ women are poor in MIMAROPA

MALATE, Manila- The Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has identified 507,549 poor women living in rural barangays regionwide.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are nationwide. It the basis for beneficiary selection of government social protection programs for the poor.

This is in commemoration of the International Day of Rural Women on October 15 with the theme: ‘Challenges and opportunities in climate-resilient agriculture for gender equality and the empowerment of rural women and girls.’

Results of the DSWD Listahanan 2015 household assessment shows that 5,552 of poor rural women have a disability; 16,486 are considered as household heads, and 8,667 are identified pregnant during the assessment.

“With changing climate, women’s already unequal access to land, water and energy are further impacted. At the same time, existing gender inequalities and discriminations that constrain rural women’s decision-making power and participation in their households and their communities, are exacerbated by climate change and climate disasters”, said in a United Nation report.

According to the DSWD database, there are 91,890 poor rural women regionwide experienced displacement due to natural disasters, human-induced calamities, armed-conflict and rural development.

This database further reveals that about 204,458 poor rural women ages 15 years old and above have no occupation in MIMAROPA while there are 29,758 poor women work as laborers and 17,3825 women are farmers, forestry workers, and fisherfolks.

The DSWD is employing the Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (Kalipi)- a federation of women’s organization committed to responding to the needs of organizing women from the grassroots level and genuinely promotes women’s development and empowerment by harnessing their strengths and developing their full potentials.

The Kalahi-CIDSS of the department is also empowering rural women through active community participation in the planning and implementing of sub-projects. ###

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DSWD Kalahi CIDSS trains MCTs for Leadership for Convergence

Tagaytay City— “DSWD have always been biased to those who are poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged. The very essence of the department is to empower these sectors and enable them to live with dignity”. Said Regional Program Coordinator Geneliza Gabilan as she welcomed the participants of the Leadership for Convergence Training for KC MCT last October 10-13, 2017 in Bali Village Hotel in Tagaytay City. Attended mostly by the Kalahi CIDSS Municipal Coordinating Team, the counterpart of Kalahi CIDSS Area Coordinating Teams, the three-day training aimed to enhance the participants’ strategic leadership and critical thinking skills, initiate strategies on how the community and LGU could effectively work together, and improve the participants’ collaboration, coordination and communication skills.

The Leadership for Convergence Program is a five (5) module course about the three-staged framework of Bridging Leadership namely: The Self and the Social Divide, My Personal and Shared Response, Leading Change: Systems Thinking, Strengthening Partnerships through Multi Stakeholders’ Engagement, and the Dialogic Process.

As one of the goals of the workshop, the participants had produced a Leadership Development Plan wherein they will work on the context of local enablement and development, where the power to effectively identify and implement projects based on the needs of the people.

LCP is part of the capacitation activities done by the Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA’s  Capability Building Unit as it prepares communities to become CDD advocates themselves. Since the MCT members shape the outcome of KC NCDDP, they are thus considered as one of the primary backbone to the program’s success.

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Marinduque holds a Skills Training on Upgraded Native Pig Production

Last October 11-12, 2017, the Sustainable Livelihood Program conducted a skills training on Upgraded Native Pig Production for 54 program members. In partnership with the Provincial Government of Marinduque and Local Government of Mogpog, the event was clustered in two batches: batch 1 was held at Brgy. Anapog Sibucao and Janagdong and batch 2 at Brgy. Butansapa.

Provincial Agriculture Office (PAGRO) Agricultural Center Chief II Mr. Elmer V. Marbello and Mogpog Municipal Health Office (MHO) Sanitation Health Officers II Ms. Glotilde G. Santos and Ms. Clarita N. Ola, served as the resource speakers who shared their knowledge and skills on hog raising.

DSWD Implementing Project Development Officer II Ms. Marieta J. Manzo and LGU Livelihood Worker Mr. Celso Lampas facilitated the skills training for the participants. Hon. Dominador Del Prado Jr., Barangay Chairman of Janagdong, welcomed the participants as he gave practical examples in livelihood approach and management. Succeeding his opening remarks was Municipal Mayor Hon. Augusto Leo M. Livelo who shared his own techniques, tips, and personal experiences in hog raising.

Mr. Marbello provided a lecture on types of hogs, alternative feeds and feeding management, housing requirements, pests and diseases, and basic cash flow analysis or income-expense statement essential for hog raising. Meanwhile, Ms. Santos and Ms. Ola discussed the health and proper sanitation pertaining to hog raising.

After the training, the participants earned their certificate of participation along with 2 hogs, 4 sacks of feeds, and vitamins and medicines amounting to Php 10,214.00 per participant as a starter kit for their hog raising business.

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Marieta J. Manzo, Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

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DSWD MIMAROPA holds LGU dialogue for new Listahanan data sharing guidelines

LGU representatives during the dialogue for Palawan cluster held on October 10-11,2017.

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY-  In compliance with the Data Privacy Act, the Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA conducted a one-day dialogue for Palawan local government units (LGUs) to advocate the new data sharing protocols and guidelines yesterday in this city. 

 Data sharing is the last phase of the Listahanan project cycle which makes the data of poor households available to social protection stakeholders.

 “Data Privacy Act of 2012 or RA 10173 protects individual personal information stored in information and communications systems of the government and the private sector. It aims to protect the fundamental human right to privacy while ensuring the free flow of information to promote innovation and growth,” told Atty. Ma. Josefina Mendoza of National Privacy Commission.

 To establish a systematic way of data sharing, the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the stakeholder and the DSWD is also required.

 “All stakeholders requesting access to the 2015 Listahanan regional profile of the poor are required to designate a Data Protection Officer who shall plan, implement, and evaluate policies for data privacy and security,” said Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

 Data to be shared shall be used for purposes of social protection activities, added Jarabejo.

 On the other hand, LGUs can request statistical data of the poor through a letter to the DSWD enumerating the data needed and the reasons for the request.

DSWD reminds that all responsible persons guilty of violating RA 10173 may be sentenced from six months to seven years in prison and fined an amount ranging from 500 thousand to eight million, depending on the gravity and frequency of the crime committed.

 The said dialogue was participated by mayors, local social welfare and development officers and local planning development coordinators.

 Listahanan is the government mechanism of mapping out poor families in the country who eventually became beneficiaries of government’s pro-poor programs. ###

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