3rd Listahanan ends household assessment in MIMAROPA; to validate results

A field enumerator in Torrijos, Marinduque administers house-to-house interviews to collect accurate data for the Listahanan 3rd round household assessment.

MALATE, Manila– The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has completed the first and second phases of the 3rd Round Listahanan Household Assessment or L3 covering  595,328 households (HHs) in the five MIMAROPA provinces.

Of the 622,230 estimated target households regionwide, 95.7 percent were assessed.

A total of 96,628 (101.6%) HHs assessed in Occidental Mindoro; 183,523 (98.3%) HHs in Oriental Mindoro; 49,825 (98.4)% HHs in Marinduque; 61,025 (93.3%) HHs in Romblon; and 204,327 (91.0%) HHs in Palawan.

The house-to-house assessment started in November 2019 and officially ended in January of this year which was administered by 1,027 field workers comprising Enumerators, Area Coordinators, and Supervisors.

DSWD used the Household Assessment Forms (HAFs) in gathering information that contained poverty indicators deemed in identifying the household’s economic status.

To date, all gathered information in the HAFs are encoded in a computer-based application for initial identification of poor and non-poor through the Proxy Means Test (PMT).

PMT is a statistical formula that estimates household income using verifiable variables indicated in the assessment forms. The estimated household income is compared to the existing provincial threshold set by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). An income that falls below the poverty threshold is considered poor while household income above the threshold is tagged as non-poor.

As part of the process, the initial list of poor households will be open to the public for verification starting March.

L3 Validation Phase

“During the validation stage, the initial results of the data collection are posted in secured areas in the barangay. This gives the chance to validate the accuracy of the list of poor and encourage community participation,” said Ernie Jarabejo, Regional Field Coordinator

Part of the validation phase is the On-Demand Application (ODA), a process that allows unassessed households to be included in the Listahanan database.

In accepting validation-related grievances, the DSWD partnered with barangay and local government units.

“The Department has institutionalized the Barangay Verification Team (BVT) and the Local Verification Committee (LVC) with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) through a Memorandum of Understanding,” said Jarabejo.

The BVT and LVC composed of barangay and local officials and representatives from civil society organizations will evaluate and resolve grievances received relative to the initial list.

The Department continues to call the public and all stakeholders to support the Listahanan activities ensuring that less fortunate families and individuals are covered.

“The 2019 Listahanan result will be used as a reference tool for selecting potential recipients of various government social protection programs for the poor. If they are not included in the database, they cannot avail of any program or service,” Jarabejo concluded. ###

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DSWD Listahanan identifies 300k ‘single’ individuals in MIMAROPA

MALATE, Manila– February is known as the month of love. As to celebrate Valentine’s Day, one has to be partnered or married or at least in a relationship. But according to the Department of Social of Welfare and Development (DSWD) Listahanan database, some 352,028  individuals aged 18-40 years old in the MIMAROPA region are single.

Based on the 2015 household assessment results of Listahahan, the government’s scientific way of identifying who and where the poor are in the country, of the identified number of single regionwide, 60% are male and 40% are female.

Single refers to a person who has not been married by any religious and civil rite.

At the province level,  52,595 single individuals recorded in Occidental Mindoro; 106,590 in Oriental Mindoro; 35,363 in Marinduque;  42,758 in Romblon and 114,722 in Palawan.

Moreover, the town of Banton in Romblon has topped the list with the highest percentage of identified single with 19.2% (977 individuals) followed by Cagayancillo in Palawan with 19.1% (1,225  individuals) and trailed by Lubang in Occidental Mindoro with 18.9% (3,130 individuals).

Of the identified total number of single, 35.3% or 124,385 individuals are considered poor.

On the other hand, the Listahanan database shows that 1,013,447 individuals (38.3%) are married.###

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DSWD MIMAROPA deploys field workers for Listahanan household assessment in the region

A Listahanan enumerator in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro conducts an interview using the Household Assessment Form.

MALATE, MANILA- The Listahanan of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has already deployed enumerators in some MIMAROPA towns this month to administer the third round household assessment.

Listahanan field workers conduct a house-to-house interview as a standard operating procedure of the data collection phase using the Listahanan Household Assessment Form or HAF.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are. It is mandated to update the database of poor households every four years. The first round of assessment was conducted in 2009 and the second round of assessment was in 2015.

“To date, household assessment has started in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan; Bulalacao, Roxas, Mansalay towns in Oriental Mindoro; and San Jose, Rizal, Magsaysay and Calintaan towns in Occidental Mindoro.  The full deployment of field workers regionwide is on November,” said Regional Coordinator Ernie H. Jarabejo.

In MIMAROPA region, the 2019 assessment targets 622,230 households. There are 186,625 target households in Oriental Mindoro; 95,120 in Occidental Mindoro; 50,611 in Marinduque; 65,436 in Romblon and 224,438 households in Palawan.

Ensuring coverage of household targets in every barangay 

DSWD Listahanan partners with the local government units through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) in the implementation of the 3rd round household assessment.

“To ensure household targets are saturated particularly in rural areas, barangays are enjoined to provide assistance to our field workers with community guides to locate households in remote and far-flung areas,” said Jarabejo.

The barangay shall issue a certificate of completion certifying that household assessments were successfully conducted and target households are covered.

Listahanan enumerator in Puerto Princesa City Palawan posted a sticker at the door as proof of assessment.

Listahanan assessment processes

 DSWD clarifies that based on the operation manual, the assessment is a household and not a family approached.  The household respondent should at least 18 years old and be able to provide information about the household members.

“If there is no qualified respondent or cases of vacant houses during the first visit, field workers may re-visit the households up to three times only. This process is called a callback,” added Jarabejo.

 Moreover, households that were not interviewed in the data collection phase may still have the chance to be assessed during the validation phase in the first semester of 2020.

Proof of assessment

Stickers are posted in the visible part of the housing unit as proof of assessment after the interview. It is prohibited to deface the said sticker to avoid duplicate or repetitive interviews.

“We want to stress that the stickers do not automatically guarantee households of any government programs or services, but they have to qualify or meet the criteria set for a particular social protection program,” Jarabejo concluded. ###

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DSWD MIMAROPA starts training field workers for 2019 Listahanan household assessment

DSWD MIMAROPA OIC-Regional Director Floreceli G. Gunio inspires Listahanan field workers in Occidental Mindoro to secure a credible and accurate data.

MALATE, Manila– The Department of Social Welfare and (DSWD) MIMAROPA has completed training of Area Coordinators and Supervisors for the upcoming nationwide Listahanan 3rd Round Household Assessment. They will be assigned in Occidental and Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan provinces.

The four-day training for Coordinators was conducted on September 2-6 in Metro Manila while the four cluster trainings for Supervisors were simultaneously conducted on September 16-20, 2019 in Palawan, Occidental and Oriental Mindoro.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are. It is mandated to update the database of poor households every four years. The first assessment was conducted in 2009 and the second assessment was in 2015.

“The 2019 household assessment targets 622,230 households regionwide. There are 186,625 target households in Oriental Mindoro; 95,120 in Occidental Mindoro; 50,611 in Marinduque; 65,436 in Romblon and 224,438 households in Palawan, said Listahanan Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

However the households target per province may increase or decrease depending on the actual number of households assessed.

The training aims to equip Listahanan workers with new concepts, strategies and supervision skills for the actual field deployment, said Jarabejo.

On the other hand, the household assessment is expected to kick off this October and will last until December with a regional budget of P78.2 million for the data collection phase.

In MIMAROPA, 32 Area Coordinators, 165 Area Supervisors and 829 Enumerators were hired to administer house-to-house interviews in 1,460 barangays regionwide. ###

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34 MIMAROPA centenarians to receive 100k cash gift

MALATE, Manila— The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is set to release cash gifts to 34 centenarians in MIMAROPA region this year.

The Centenarians Acts of 2016 or Republic Act 10868  states that all Filipinos who live to 100 years, otherwise known as a centenarian, will receive a centenarian gift of P100,000 whether living in the Philippines or not.

“Of this year’s target centenarians, three were already paid amounting to P300,000.00.  There are 34 centenarians subject for validation in terms of age, while some of them are now complying with all the requirements,” said senior citizen sector focal Lordessa Fe  Gilera.

The Department has allocated P3.9 million for the 2019 centenarian targets.

Based on DSWD records, a total of P2.3 million cash gifts released to seven centenarians in Oriental Mindoro; four in Occidental Mindoro; one in Marinduque; five in Romblon; and six in
Palawan in 2018, Gilera added.

Under the law, centenarians will also receive a plaque of recognition and a cash incentive from their respective local government units.###

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Listahanan identifies 46k poor fisherfolks in MMAROPA

MALATE, Manila– According to the Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), a total of 93,352 fisherfolks were identified in MIMAROPA region based on the 2015 household assessment.

From the figure, 49.8% or 46,523 fisherfolks aged 15 years old and above are poor.

May 31 is declared as the National Fisherfolks Day to give recognition to the rightful stewards and beneficiaries of our oceans and its natural resources as well as our lakes, gulfs, bays and other fishing areas.

Listahanan, a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are, recorded Palawan province has the highest percentage of poor fisherfolks with 52.9% (29,998) followed by Occidental Mindoro with 51.7% (6,391); Romblon with 47.4% (4,006); Oriental Mindoro with 39.8% (3,723); and Marinduque with 36.9% (2,405).

Of the total identified poor fisherfolks, 95.8% (44,563) are male and 4.2% (1,960) are female.

In terms of educational attainment, 3.9% or 1,808 fisherfolks have no grade completed; 28.6% (13,310) of poor fisherfolks graduated from elementary; 12.3% (5,742) graduated from high school, and 0.2% (101) graduated from college.

Three Palawan towns have the most number of poor fisherfolks identified:  Balabac with 156, Taytay with 83 and Coron with 71.

As an intervention, DSWD has provided livelihood assistance to 23,987 fisherfolks regionwide under the Sustainable Livelihood Program amounting to P159 million since 2011.###

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Listahanan to re-identify poor households list in MIMAROPA

A DSWD Listahanan enumerator administers house-to-house interview in Romblon.

MALATE, Manila– The Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) Listahanan program is set to assess 622,230 households in the five MIMAROPA provinces for the 2019 assessment to identify a new list of poor.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to map out the poor nationwide. In the 2015 household assessment, of the 584,562 households assessed  221,324 (37.9%)  are identified poor.

“For this Listahanan 3rd round assessment or L3, we have 186,616 target households in Oriental Mindoro;   95,122  households in Occidental Mindoro;  50,618 households in Marinduque; 65,436 households in  Romblon; and 224,438  households in  Palawan,” said Regional Coordinator Ernie H. Jarabejo.

The household target per municipality is based on the results of 2015 assessment and the Philippine Statistics Authority census of population. However, target households may differ depending on the actual number of total households in a given area.

The L3 assessment is expected to kick off on the second semester of the year with 1,153 field staff to be deployed regionwide.

“Compared from the 2015 assessment, this 2019 assessment will no longer use the mobile mode of enumeration. All household assessment will be administered thru paper-and-pen,” Jarabejo added.

The initial proposed budget for this 3rd household assessment in the MIMAROPA region is P99 million.

“We are calling the private and public institutions and individuals to join hand in this quadrennial activity particularly those living in rural and geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas in MIMAROPA,” Jarabejo said.

All beneficiaries of DSWD programs such as Sustainable Livelihood, Social Pension, and Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program are required to be interviewed.

Prior to the field staff deployment and household enumeration,  Listahanan will hold a series of consultation-dialogue with national and local government units and various stakeholders including the media for orientation and to seek support for the 3rd round household assessment.

The Department also appeals to the public to give accurate information to ensure accuracy of assessment results.###

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349,686 poor individuals are unemployed in MIMAROPA

Quick statistics on the labor force of poor individuals in the MIMAROPA region.

MALATE, Manila– According to the 2015 Listahanan Database, of the identified 665,564 poor individuals aged 15 years old and above in MIMAROPA, 52.54% or 349,686 individuals are unemployed and only 46.46% or 315,878 are in the labor force.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are nationwide spearheaded by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

The database further reveals in Oriental and Occidental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan provinces the primary occupations of poor individuals are as follows:
1. Agricultural Workers with 12.72% or 84,639 individuals;
2. Agricultural, Forestry and Fishery Laborers with 10.01% or 66,613 individuals;
3. Fishery Workers with 6.99% or 46,523 individuals;
4. Cleaners and Helpers with 4.66 % or 30,998 individuals;
5. Mining, Construction, Manufacturing laborers with 3.88% or 25,823 individuals;

6. Personal Service Workers with 1.31% or 8,695 individuals; and
7. Building and Related Trades Workers with 1.17% or 7,776 individuals

Furthermore, Palawan province posted the highest percentage of unemployed poor with 54.0% or 146,471, followed by Romblon with 53.1% or 36,100 individuals; Oriental Mindoro with 52.9% or 88,393 individuals; Marinduque with 49.8% or individuals or 22,411 individuals; and Occidental Mindoro with 49.3% or 56,311 individuals.

In terms of municipal level, three towns in Romblon posted the highest percentage of unemployed poor namely San Fernando with 64.7% or 4,338 individuals; San Jose with 61.2% or 1,952 individuals; and Calatrava with 61.0% or 1,735 individuals. On the other hand, Taytay Palawan has 59.3% or 14,687 poor individuals; and El Nido has 59.3% or 6,247 individuals.

This Listahanan statistics is in observance of the Labor Day today, May 1.###

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