LGU in Marinduque inks MOA with DSWD MiMaRoPa

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DSWD MiMaRoPa strengthens its partnership with the Local Government Unit of Buenavista, Marinduque thru a Memorandum of Agreement on Data Sharing.

Malate, Manila- In a special session held by the Sangguniang Bayan Council of the Municipality of Buenavista, Marinduque, a resolution was passed to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on Data Sharing with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV- MiMaRoPa thru Listahanan last March 7, 2014 at the Regional Office.

Attended by seven Sangguniang Bayan  members,  Mayor Russel S. Madrigal, Vice Mayor Bert S. Fabrero  and the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, resolution no. 26 series of 2014 was created which aims to utilize DSWD database as basis in the identification of beneficiaries in the local social protection programs.

“This is our first step to strengthen our partnership with the Department in the implementation of the programs to our common beneficiaries,” said Buenavista Mayor Madrigal.

Data Sharing is the last phase of the Listahanan cycle which makes the data of poor households available to social protection stakeholders. However, MOA is required to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of the database. This is also done to monitor and assure  that provided data is used for intended purposes.

Moreover, the said partnership opens a deeper engagement for the upcoming 2nd round nationwide household assessment. “We will support this household assessment and will help to ensure that all households will be enlisted,” Mayor Madrigal added.

Listahanan has assessed 21, 154 households in Buenavista during the 2009 enumeration and 12,589 poor households were identified poor. As an intervention,  1,743 poor families are enrolled to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and 109 poor senior citizens are now Social Pensioners. ###

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IP households need interventions

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Hanunoo, a sub-tribe of Mangyan living in the mountains of Mindoro.

The Listahanan or National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTSPR) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa has assessed 80 Indigenous People (IP) tribes that constitutes to 74, 323  poor IP households (HH) equivalent to 339, 301 poor individuals across the five provinces in MiMaRoPa region.

The province of Palawan posted the biggest percentage of poor IP with 59,245 HHs. It is followed by Romblon with 8.3 % share or 6,158 HHs. The other three provinces are: Occidental Mindoro with 6.7% or 4,991, Oriental Mindoro with 3,711 or 5% share and the last province with least number of IP group is Marinduque with 218 HHs or 0.29%.

From the total number of individuals assessed, there are 106 males for every 100 females. The conduct of IP and Informal Sector Validation last March 2012 revealed that there are 76,669 IP individuals who are working mostly in the field of agriculture.

The result of the assessment will be used to identify social protection programs that befit the needs of poor households.

As of  2013, there are 31,394 poor IP households who are now beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. ###

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More volunteers help DSWD relief operations

Malate Manila- The spirit of Bayanihan is evident in the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa as volunteers flocked to help in packing, handling and hauling of food packs and hygiene kits for the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda in Northern Palawan.

Carina Suya, student of the Lyceum of the Philippines together with her classmates joined the packing of hygiene kits. “Ito ang aming paraan para makatulong kami sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo”, she said. Though she felt tired, her dedication to help gives strength to continue the benevolent act.

DSWD targets to prepare 5000 hygiene kits for the victims in the region. The said kits contains 1 toothpaste in tube , 5 pcs toothbrush, 3 pcs bath soap, one bottle shampoo, 3 pcs bar laundry soap, 2 pcs comb, 1 pack sanitary napkins and 1 pc nail cutter.

“Masaya kami sa aming ginagawa, kahit nakakapagod pero yung tumutulong ka sa iba na hindi nag-aantay ng kapalit, iba ang pakiramdam” says Beth Zapra, a  Barangay Health Worker from Caloocan City.

The 5,000 relief packs is said to be delivered within the week through the help of the Philippine Coast guard and private shipping lines. The DSWD assures that all goods prepared reach the affected families and individuals.###

 

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DSWD MiMaRoPa continues aid packs distribution to Yolanda victims

Malate, Manila– The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV- MiMaRoPa will distribute an additional 4,000 relief packs to families affected by the Super Typhoon Yolanda in the Northern part of Palawan province.

The department has commenced its distribution of relief packs back in November 13, and has steadily been doing so to date. A total of 5,408 packs were delivered to the municipality in Coron and 2,000 packs to Culion. On the other hand 1,156 packs were also distributed to Cuyo Palawan. The municipality of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro received 1,085 food packs as well.

There are 19,469 food packs prepared by the DSWD Regional Field Office – MiMaRoPa including the family packs coming from the National Resources Operation Center (NROC) amounting to Php 6,039,850.00.  The said packs contain 3kls of rice, 5 canned sardines,  4 corned beef, 3 noodles and 500 ml bottled water. Together with the food packs are Hygiene kits consisting of 1 toothpaste in tube, 5 pcs toothbrush, 3 pcs bath soap, one bottle shampoo, 3 pcs bar laundry soap, 2 pcs comb, 1 pack sanitary napkins, 1 pc nailcutter.

In an interview with DSWD IV – MiMaRoPa Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos, she assures that “DSWD staff keeps an eye in the shifting and the distribution to ensure that relief goods reach the affected families.”

Super Typhoon Yolanda hit MiMaRoPa provinces last November 9, 2013 affecting 89,751 families and leaving 24 casualties, 147 injured and 6 persons missing. ###

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DSWD launches new Listahanan

Calapan City- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa has launched the new brand name of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction called ‘Listahanan’ last October 30, 2013.

Listahanan launching aims to promote the project as the official targeting mechanism of identifying who and where the poor are nationwide. And eventually intensify the awareness of the public, partner agencies, local government units (LGUs) and other institutions advocating for social protections programs on the new name.

The said activity was attended by Oriental Mindoro Governor Alfonso Umali Jr., representatives from LGU Calapan City and the municipality of Pola, Oriental Mindoro. Representatives from regional offices of National Government Agencies (NGAs) such as National Economic Development Authority, Department of Education, National Statistics Office and various media entities witnessed the unveiling of the new Listahanan logo.

The new Listahanan logo.

The new Listahanan logo.

Logo’s Rationale and Meaning

 Listahanan is a word combination of “Listahan” (list) and “Tahanan” (home/house). The tagline “Talaan ng Pamilyang Nangangailangan” defines the project as it is – a list of poor families is in need of assistance from social protection programs. The visual uses check mark which is appreciated universally as a symbol for accuracy and correctness.

The tick box is shaped as a house to emphasize that the household assessment covers families in the target households. The design in general uses a simple, clean line which conveys in plan and direct manner the meaning of the visual. It also uses the colors dark blue and red which are derived from the palette of its implementing agency – the DSWD.

 No one should be left behind

“Walang dapat maiwan sa kaunlaran” a striking message from the DSWD Regional Director, Wilma D. Naviamos. As an effort for poverty reduction, more than 170,000 out of 242,633 identified poor households in MiMaRoPa coming from Listahanan are enrolled in the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program with DOH, DepEd, DILG NCIP, Philhealth and TESDA as convergence partner agencies. Furthermore, almost 12,000 indigent Senior Citizens are beneficiaries of Social Pension.

Continuing its Legacy

 Since its first implementation in 2009, Listahanan gives a human face behind the statistics.  The department has expanded its partnership with other agencies and local government units to use the Listahanan data in targeting potential beneficiaries of their social protection programs. To date, there are 28 Civil Society Organizations, LGUs and NGAs who entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department thru Data Sharing and expressed their commitment to advocate the project.###

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A job for a change

It is true that National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction or the Listahanan provides data of the poor households that become the benchmark and basis to respond to the needs of the poor. These generated data come from hired field staff that are set off in the field to conduct a one-on-one interview with the household members.

During the Listahanan first round nationwide assessment  in 2009, he worked as an Area Supervisor (AS) and held the same position during the On-Demand Application  (ODA) validation in 2010.

He is Mark Anthony Fernandez, a resident of Barangay Pag-asa, San Jose Occidental Mindoro. His name sounds familiar because of a local celebrity with the same name. But he is a celebrity in his own way, to his family and community.

Recalling his work as an AS, he supervised the conduct of the household assessment and monitored his Enumerators. This according to him, is a tough blow.

The Extraordinary experience

“Hindi madali ang umakyat sa mga bundok at tumawid sa ilog” says Mark as he remembers the time they travelled to an Indigenous People community in Sitio Timbangan, Barangay Batasan, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro where a tribe of Tau-Buhid lives.  It was a half day of long and struggling walks where the scorching heat of the sun, terrible thirst and hunger is not an exemption.

Though terrified and tired but his dedication gave the prowess to endure and pursue the journey. “Kahit gaano kahirap ay pipilitin mong kayanin para marating lang sila.” He noted that the challenge did not end there.  “May mga katutubo na ayaw magpa-interview dahil sa mining”, Mark recalled. And it was a huge effort convincing them and explaining to them the true purpose of the project.

Along with our conversation, Marked smiled as he remembered a funny incident that happened on one of their travels. “May isa akong enumerator na nahulog at nagpagulong gulong mula sa ibabaw ng bundok pailalim. Akala ko, masama ang lagay niya, pero hindi naman, nakakatuwa lang dahil mas pinapangalagaan pa niya ang mga dalang  forms (Household Assessment Form) na huwag masira.”

As he looked back and reminisced those days of being a field staff. One can see the full determination and happiness in his eyes. It is clear as broad day light that the Listahanan has filled a portion of his life.

The challenges

Sleeping in unfamiliar houses and eating together with complete strangers is not easy. Surviving a very peculiar situation where you have no idea what it takes flavors the experience of a Listahanan field staff once accomplished.

“Hindi lang naman pagod at gutom  ang kalaban namin” Mark continues.  But the bad weather condition can be. The unpredictable rain or storm sometimes hinders the works. Nonetheless, they continued despite the hot and humid condition.

In the field, he came across with numerous people whose stories are left untold.  “May mga tao na makukulit, may ayaw mag painterview, may galit, iba-iba ang pananaw” Mark witnessed the real situation of the poor. He had seen and heard facts of life which were not captured by means of statistics.

Listahanan: An opportunity

Working with the NHTSPR can lead to greater opportunities and Mark attested this statement. Presently, Mark is a Social Welfare Assistant of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program assigned in Rizal, Occidental Mindoro. “Kung dati ang mga pamilyang ini-interview lang namin, ngayon nakikita ko na ang ilan sa kanila na  benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya.” he said.

Revealing such story, the fulfillment radiates in his face. Mark is proud to claim that he is part of that process which resulted positive changes to the lives of the poor.

The Listahanan assessment is truly exciting but the reality of being a staff came to be quite different. It needs physical fitness and emotional stability to hold the pressures that lie. It needs logical analysis on how you’re going to consume the time given without sacrificing the quality of work. It entails stamina and extra speed considering the country’s geographical location. It requires extra dedication in handling your respondents. Going door-to-door asking people and explaining what the Listahanan is about need confidence and patience. By then, he saw an absolute situation of the poverty and that is his main target to help identify who and where the poor are.

“Sa mga bagong enumerators, Area Supervisors and Coordinators ngayong second round assessment, ang hamon ay naka-atang sa inyong mga kamay para sa isang pagbabago” Mark strongly bequeaths the challenge. ###

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DSWD MiMaRoPa awards more than 2 Million pesos to LGU Culion

Malate, Manila– The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa granted a cheque amounting to P2, 600,000.00  to the Local Government Unit of Culion, Palawan last October 1, 2013.

The municipality of Culion is the first ever Bottom Up Planning and Budgeting (BuB) project that was approved and funded by the region. BuB, an approach to formulating budget proposal of agencies, taking into consideration the development needs of poor municipalities as identified in their respective local poverty reduction plans that shall be formulated with strong participation of basic sectors and civil society organizations.

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Nonetheless, the said fund is intended to assist in the livelihood needs of 568 identified disadvantaged women, youth, farmers, and fisherfolks in the entire municipality. The two trainings that will be conducted are Skills and Livelihood Training for Provision of Start-UP Capital and the Basic Business Management and Entrepreneurial Skills Enhancement Training.

“The livelihood projects are expected to be implemented as early as possible,” says Domingo V. Agra, Regional Program Management Coordinator for Sustainable Livelihood Program.

Municipal Social and Welfare Development Officer, Ms. Candelaria M. Rigodon and Chairman on Livelihood, and Women and Family Affairs Sub-Committee, Ms.  Felicidad A. Pastrano, received the said cheque from the Department’s Regional Director, Wilma D. Naviamos . ###

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Poor households in MiMaRoPa use unsafe drinking water

The Listahanan or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa reveals that there are 98,663 or 41 percent of poor households that has no access to safe drinking water in the region.

The province of Romblon has 6,814 poor households using unsafe drinking water, Oriental Mindoro has 18,741 households and 15,056 households in Occidental Mindoro. On the other hand, Palawan has the most number with 548, 59 poor households while Marinduque has least number with 3,193 households.

Listahanan, the Department’s targeting mechanism of identifying who and where the poor are shows that 26 percent of the identified poor households get their main source of drinking water from the dug well. Moreover, another 12 percent of the poor households use water from the spring, river and stream while less than one percent of poor household’s source of drinking water comes from collected rainfall.

To face the crisis, the Department of Health (DOH) thru the Center for Health Development (CHD) MiMaRoPa is dedicated to reduce poverty and ensure sustainable access to safe water thru the implementation of the Provision of Water Supply also known as the Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig Sa Lahat  (Salintubig) Program.

“The Salintubig is a program that is designed to provide water supply systems for the waterless municipalities, barangays, health centers, and resettlements sites and enhance the capacity of the water service providers in the planning and operation of water supply facilities,” says  Sheila Talvan, DOH IV-MiMaRoPa Sanitary Engineer.

“The use of unsafe drinking water gives a high risk of water borne diseases,” Talvan added.

As a response intervention, the Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) has served ­74 barangays regionwide with potable water facilities sub-projects. Kalahi-CIDDS is the government’s flagship poverty alleviation implemented by the DSWD that aims to empower the communities through greater participation of the people in local governance, particularly those involving poverty alleviation measures.###

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