DSWD urges stakeholders on Data Sharing

Data Sharing is the last phase of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTSPR) cycle where the generated data may be made available to various stakeholders involved in social protection such as labor market interventions, social insurance, social safety nets and social welfare.

National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) of Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa encourages more National Government Agencies (NGAs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Peoples Organizations (POs) and Local Government Units (LGUs) to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on Data Sharing and use NHTSPR data of poor households in identifying beneficiaries of their social protection programs.

Regional Project Manager Dir. Wilma D. Naviamos says, “This year we are targeting 25 more stakeholders and we will give focus on our advocacy campaign to attract more partner agencies and LGUs to enter into a MOA with the department.”

As of December 2012, DSWD IV- B has a total of 21 MOA with LGUs and NGAs. The municipalities of Gasan in Marinduque and Sta. Maria, Romblon have recently submitted MOA for partnership to support the implementation of NHTSPR project.

The NHTU shares data depending on the need of the data users.

Moreover, Executive Order No. 867 signed by Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued last March 2010 has directed all NGAs to adopt the result of NHTSPR in identifying potential beneficiaries for their social protection programs.

NHTSPR was able to assess 513,759 households across the five provinces of MiMaRoPa with 242, 633 identified poor households or equivalent to 1, 359, 280 poor individuals. ###

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DSWD orients field-based staff on SLPIS

Puerto Princesa City– The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa thru the Sustainable Livelihood Program – Regional Program Management Office with the Regional Information Communication Technology Management Unit (RICTMU) conducted a training on the Sustainable Livelihood Program Information System (SLPIS) for Palawan Cluster last February 21-23, 2013 in Hotel Fleuris.

The activity aims to orient the field staff on the background of SLPIS so the users may enable to apply their knowledge and skills in the implementation of Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) using the system and to discuss and resolve issues and concerns on the implementation of the SLPIS.

SLPIS is an intranet-based Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system of the DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program that aims to respond to the need for a faster and more accurate monitoring and evaluation towards effective and efficient program management, policy formulation, program development and decision making. It specifically responds to the need for complete and reliable data and information on the implementation of the SLP.

SLP is a community-based capacity building program that seeks to improve the program participants’ socio-economic status. It is implemented through the Community Driven Enterprise Development (CDED) approach which equips them to contribute to production and labor markets by looking at available resources and accessible markets.

The activity was attended by 14 Project Development Officers (PDO). ###

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24 ENs attend the last training for Habagat Validation

Oriental Mindoro- There are 24 hired Enumerators (ENs) attended the last 3-day training for the Habagat Special Validation from February 6-8, 2013 in Parang Beach Resort, Calapan City.

The 3-day activity is a continuation of the series of training conducted by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office IV-MiMaRoPa thru the National Household Targeting Unit in preparation for the household assessment for the families affected by the southwest monsoon, Habagat last August 2012.

There are 6,075 projected households (HH) target for validation in the municipality of Baco and 431 households in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro.

Affected areas to be validated are based from the report submitted by Local Government Units to the DSWD and the Disaster Response Operation, Monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC).

Enumerators are now deployed to generate data. They will be using the Household Need Assessment Form (HNAF) to assess the present household condition after the Habagat while Household Assessment Form (HAF) HAF will be administered to assess HH which are not covered in the nationwide enumeration in 2009.

Habagat Special Validation is expected to be completed before the election ban on the third week of March 2013. ###

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NHTU conducts series of training for Habagat Validation

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro- The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office IV-B thru the National Household Targeting Unit held series of training for field staff in preparation for the Habagat Special Validation.

The trainings aim to orient the field staff on the operational processes of determining the present condition of the identified poor and non-poor households (HH) in areas affected by Habagat as well as the economic status of HH which are not included in the NHTS-PR database but were affected by  the southwest monsoon.

Deputy Regional Project Manager Editha B. Ocampo said, “Magalak at mapalad na kayo ay bahagi sa misyong ito dahil napakahalaga ng iyong papel na gagampanan upang tukuyin kung sino at nasaan ang mahihirap na sambahayan sa ating bansa. Sa inyo nakasalalay ang magiging resulta ng proyektong ito”.

In August 2012, torrential rains brought about by the southwest monsoon, Habagat caused massive damage to properties and forced thousands families in MIMAROPA and other regions. Some of these families now have already returned to their homes or have stayed with relatives.

Habagat special validation will provide the department and other stakeholders with data on the post-disaster socio-economic conditions of the HH in the affected areas. This will also inform the department of the immediate and long-term needs of affected HH and facilitate the formulation of responsive intervention to affected HH.

The 2-day training for Area Coordinators (AC) and Area Supervisors (AS) was held at Sikatuna Beach Resort last January 31 to February 1, 2013. Training for Enumerators (EN) for Cluster 1 (Municipalities of Rizal and San Jose) and Cluster 2 (Municipality of Abra de Ilog) were simultaneously conducted from February 2-4, 2013.

There are 3 ACs and 13 ASs hired for Occidental and Oriental Mindoro.  A total of 27 ENs were hired for the municipalities of San Jose and Rizal and 36 ENs for Abra de Ilog. ###

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41 Encoders hired for Habagat Validation

Malate, Manila- In preparation for the Habagat Special Validation, the Department of Social Welfare and Development thru the National Household Targeting Unit held a one-day orientation for 41 encoders last January 28, 2013.

Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos said, “Encoders should work with passion for an accurate and precise data entry and therefore the true beneficiaries of the project will be targeted.”

This activity aims to orient and engage the encoders on a hands-on familiarization for encoders on the system user interface, name matching and data entry procedures and also to discuss the Standard Operating Procedures in handling and archiving the Household Assessment Form (HAF) and Household Need Assessment Form (HNAF).

Mr. Crisostomo Valenzona III, Project Development Officer from National Project Management Office, discussed the rationale and objectives of the Habagat validation while Mr. Kim Howell Honor, National Information Technology Officer administered the process of encoding of the above mentioned forms.

Habagat Validation is a special household assessment that aims to assess the condition of the households affected by the southwest monsoon last 2012.###

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41 Encoders hired for Habagat Validation

Malate, Manila-Malate, Manila- In preparation for the Habagat Special Validation, the Department of Social Welfare and Development thru the National Household Targeting Unit held a one-day orientation for 41 encoders last January 28, 2013.

 Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos said, “Encoders should work with passion for an accurate and precise data entry and therefore the true beneficiaries of the project will be targeted.”

This activity aims to orient and engage the encoders on a hands-on familiarization for encoders on the system user interface, name matching and data entry procedures and also to discuss the Standard Operating Procedures in handling and archiving the Household Assessment Form and Household Need Assessment Form.

Mr. Crisostomo Valenzona III, Project Development Officer from National Project Management Office, discussed the rationale and objectives of the Habagat validation while Mr. Kim Howell Honor, National Information Technology Officer administered the process of encoding of the above mentioned forms.

Habagat Validation is a special household assessment that aims to assess the condition of the households affected by the southwest monsoon last 2012.###

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