‘Ka Inato’, creating tasty opportunity for PWDs

Luscious cuisine, festive ambiance, quality food service, this is the usual praise you’ll hear when people indulge in ‘Ka Inato’, restaurant owned by Eric John G. Yayen located in Puerto Princesa Palawan.

But fineness of the restaurant is not limited to satisfying cravings, excellence is upscale to zenith degree when you realized that their advocacy is not just to give you a 5-star restaurant experience, but also to empower Persons with Disabilities — majority of their restaurant staff.

Motivation in hiring PWDs

Being exposed in the wretched reality that their province is the largest in the country, with approximately 800,000 population, but still suffering from limited access to medical services and opportunities for the PWDs, Sir Eric decided to make tracks for the vulnerable sector.

“Truth is, hearing impairment is ranked as 2nd most prevalent disability in the Philippines, and 28% of the population (29,019 people) is suffering from this disability, however, medical assistance for them is really not ample. Imagine, there is only 1 EENT doctor for 2017,000 people and only 1 audiologist for 3,000,000 people. With this reality, I promised myself that I have to do something for them. “explained Sir Eric.

With innate passion to help and boundless motivation to aid the well-being of the PWDs, Eric decided to serve the deaf sector in 2009-2010 when he became the President of the Rotary Club of Puerto Princesa under Rotary International District 3830.

“I adopted one signature project during my term to serve the Deaf community in collaboration jointly with (D.E.A.F Inc.) Deaf Evangelistic Alliance Foundation Inc. in their mission of carrying out hearing test for all day care centers in Northern Palawan.”

Screening will aid in the early identification, early intervention and early rehabilitation of the children with hearing impairment.

“Sometimes, we just blame children for being a slow learner, not knowing that main cause of their learning difficulty is hearing impairment. If we were able to identify this immediately, we can provide proper intervention and early rehabilitation for them,” said Eric.

After Eric’s term as President of Rotary Club, his desire to help PWDs didn’t cease.

“ I told myself that even I’m no longer the President of Rotary Club, in my own initiative, I’ll create opportunity for the PWDs. Thus, Ka Inato came,” exclaimed Eric.

Ka Inato started its operation on January 18, 2018 with only 15 tables and capacity of 60 persons.

Aiming to provide opportunity for PWDs to have equal opportunities for employment and empowering them to help their family as well, Sir Eric started employing 11 PWDs in Ka Inato.

 

“At first, it was really challenging.  I don’t have any idea about their culture. And my former staff have hesitations accepting them. I need to explain to them why I’m employing PWDs. Eventually, they accepted my reason and my advocacy,” said Eric.

 

Small steps towards inclusivity

Success isn’t as simple as wandering in the magnificent islands of Palawan where you have tour guides to escort you in your journey.

In Eric’s expedition towards empowering PWDs, everything was unknown. Usually he trusts his gut instincts and relies on his past experiences.

As he was building the team, challenges inevitably arise.

“There are lots of challenges that we faced as we start employing PWDs. Sometimes, they are very sensitive so we need to be conscious of their feelings and way of thinking. We also need to eliminate discrimination of their co-workers and customers towards them,” told Eric.

Hiring of PWDs also cost additional financial toll, Eric invested in contracting interpreters and studying sign language to fully adapt to the needs of his staff.

“It’s pricey but it’s worth it. Investing in this stuff is okay because I know that we will all benefit from it. I’ll understand them more and they can relate to me more. This will also increase productivity of each of us.”

Through perseverance and unwavering thirst to help PWDs, he managed his new team in his own systematic and resourceful way.

At first, he helped his PWD staff understand the importance of ‘Ka Inato’ as a tourism services facility, its vision and mission, as well as train them with basic knowledge about customer service.

Then, he invested in strengthening their camaraderie, skills and confidence through team building activities.

Third, he created his own communication tool for his deaf staff to help them adjust and deal with customers and co-employees.

For instance, a gentle tap on the shoulder, stomp in the wooden floor, or a simple wave will catch the attention of the person they would like to communicate with.

Then, Eric studied the unique culture of his staff and their life aspirations. He attended their family gatherings and brought them to business establishments and interesting places to widen their perspectives.

Lastly, Eric tried to empower them by allowing them to decide for themselves and letting them participate in their business decision-making.

With his pintsize yet innovative steps he was able to train his staff and establish a commendable team.

Cultivating ‘Malasakit’ culture

Another secret ingredient to the tasty success of ‘Ka Inato’ is their ‘Malasakit’ culture.

“Our restaurant will not prosper without the unwavering support of people around us. Thus, I ensure that ‘Malasakit’ is instilled in each of our staff,” highlighted Eric.

According to Eric, there should be ‘Pagmamalasakit’ in workplace, co-workers, customers, suppliers, community, environment and PWDs to taste the sweet success.

“This values (Malasakit) taught them to think not only of themselves but also of other people. For example, they always ensure that they have empathy for their co-workers and extend a helping hand when in need. Also, quality service is provided to customers because they know that they should add love and care to what we offer in Ka Inato.”

Giving back to the community and taking care of the environment is also part of their system which make them a more admirable and model team.

“We are so blessed that’s why we also need to share what we have to the community and our environment. We conduct outreach programs and tree planting activities.”

Advocating PWD empowerment

Advocating PWD empowerment didn’t end in the four corners of ‘Ka Inato’.

Sir Eric widened his advocacy by sharing his humble experience and journey of giving opportunities for the PWDs during fora and symposiums.

“If we will not give them opportunities, who else will do? It’s fulfilling to help them. It’s more than money,” said sir Eric.

During the 40th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week Regional Celebration in Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro, sir Eric inspired the participants to create more chances for the PWDs so they can showcase their knowledge, talents and skills which will eventually free them from discrimination and poverty.

I choose to serve the DEAF Community although they are small numbers but they deserve to feel the love of our community, to be productive and sharing their talents, abilities, and to show how wonderful they are if we give them a chance and a chance to change their perspective in life.

I wish to continue my passion on my vocation by cultivating their skills, empower them through training’s and skills development and to inspire others with disability to free themselves from the chain of poverty and hopelessness.

God have blessed me not just to enrich myself, but to be a channel of blessings to others,” ended sir Eric. ###

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More evacuation centers closing as ‘Habagat’ evacuees return home in OcciMin  

Continuous distribution of relief assistance to affected families in Occidental Mindoro

Only two (2) evacuation centers managed by Local Government Unit (LGU) in Occidental Mindoro remain open as temporary housing for 176 families or 824 persons affected by South West Monsoon (Habagat) enhanced by Typhoon ‘Josie’.

At the height of ‘Habagat’, close to 105 evacuation centers were opened to accommodate the affected families.

On the other hand, 78 families or 370 persons are currently staying with their relatives and friends.

Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos today said that even the number of evacuation centers decreased the Department is continuously giving disaster assistance to affected families.

“The decrease in opened evacuation centers may be a good sign that affected families are now ready to start anew. We all know that Filipinos are resilient, even how may typhoons and disasters strike us we will recover quickly. But in our part rest assured, that department will not be complacent in providing the necessary assistance to affected families, even they are inside or outside the evacuation centers,” said RD Naviamos.

As of this writing, a total of 250 Family Food Packs are being distributed in the Municipality of Calintaan, Occidental Mindoro.   While 446 Family Food Packs amounting to Php 186, 428.00 were already distributed to Rizal, Paluan, and San Jose Occidental Mindoro.

To date, the Department has recorded a total of 8,817 affected families or 41, 575 affected persons in 92 barangays of OcciMin and OrMin.

DSWD in coordination with Provincial and Municipal Disaster Risk and Management Office and Local Government Unit of Occidental and Oriental Mindoro continuously monitor and validate the affected areas and families in order to provide appropriate assistance for them. ###

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DSWD extends relief assistance to families affected by ‘Habagat’ in OcciMin and OrMin

Distribution of Family Food Packs (FFPs) in Occidental Mindoro

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA intensifies the operation of its Quick Response Team (QRT) in responding to the needs of affected families in Occidental and Oriental Mindoro due to Southwest Monsoon or ‘Habagat’ enhanced by Tropical Depression ‘Josie’.

DSWD also maintains its vigilant coordination with LGUs in Occidental and Oriental Mindoro for the provision of relief assistance.

As of July 24, 12 noon, the DSWD has distributed a total of 162 food packs amounting to Php 67, 716.00 in the municipalities of Rizal and Paluan Occidental Mindoro while prepositioned goods in municipalities of Sablayan and Mamburao are scheduled to be distributed today.

As of press time, the Department has recorded a total of 7,165 affected families or 32,812 affected persons in 68 barangays of OcciMin and OrMin.

Of this data, a total of 1,890 families or 8,734 persons are staying in 30 evacuation centers in Occidental Mindoro. On the other hand, 591 families or 2,768 persons are currently staying with their relatives and friends.

DSWD MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos assured the preparedness of the Department to provide assistance to affected families in Occidental Mindoro especially after it has been declared in state of calamity.

“The department has always available stockpile of Family Food Packs per SWADT offices of MIMAROPA region and 200 to 300 prepositioned goods per strategic cluster municipality and identified Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Area (GIDA) /critical areas.  So during disaster, assistance can be given immediately to affected families,” said RD Naviamos.

DSWD also converged with the Local Government Unit and other partner-agencies to expedite aid to affected citizens.

“Right now, we are closely coordinating with the LGU for the augmentation of resources and extending aid to affected families due to ‘Habagat’. In fact, as of this moment, there’s an ongoing DSWD relief distribution in Occidental Mindoro,” said RD Naviamos.

Child-friendly spaces were also set up in evacuation centers in Occidental Mindoro to provide games, informal education and other activities for displaced children.

“In times of disaster, we shouldn’t forget the wellness of vulnerable sectors such as children, senior citizens, persons with disabilities and women. The department ensures that friendly spaces are provided for them,” sited RD Naviamos.

RD Naviamos also reminded the public to become vigilant especially the province has been declared in state of calamity due to continuous heavy rains and flash floods.

Four (4) casualties were reported in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro. Of four casualties: two (2) were victims of landslide; one (1) was strucked by a falling tree; and one (1) drowned.  On the other hand, two (2) persons were reported missing in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro.

“We encourage the public to remain safe. If you were advised to evacuate your place, please do so in order to avoid further casualties.”

To date, there are available stockpile of 33, 470 family food packs in all Social Welfare and Development Team (SWADT) and Regional Warehouses of MIMAROPA.

Also the Regional Office is scheduled to repack additional 1, 366 family food packs to be delivered in affected areas.

Quick Response Team will continue providing reports about the status of affected population and disaster operations.   ###

 

 

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DSWD MIMAROPA conducts payout of UCT grant to SocPen benes in OrMin

Oriental Mindoro – A total of 5, 238 beneficiaries of the Social Pension Program for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPIC) from 62 barangays of Calapan City Oriental Mindoro are currently receiving their Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) grant for the year amounting to P2,400.00.

Overall, some 3 million seniors are expected to receive their UCT grants.

UCT is the tax subsidy provided for under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law to help the poor cushion the adverse economic impact of the law for three years, starting 2018. For this year, beneficiaries will receive P200 per month or P2,400 for one year. In 2019 and 2020, the subsidy will increase to P300 or P3,600 a year.

Aside from the 3 million social pensioners, UCT beneficiaries also include the 4.4 million household-beneficiaries of the DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and the 2.6 million poor households listed under the DSWD National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction or Listahanan.

SPISC is the government’s assistance for poor seniors in the amount of P500 per month to help augment their daily subsistence, including their medical needs. Beneficiaries include indigent seniors who are frail, sickly or with a disability; with no regular income or support from family and relatives; and without pension from private or government institutions.  ###

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DSWD conducts Serbisyo Caravan in Marinduque

Aiming to bring its programs and services closer to the people that it mandated to serve, protect and empower, the Department of Social Welfare and Development together with its partner-stakeholders steered Serbisyo Caravan in three municipalities of Mogpog, Boac and Sta. Cruz Marinduque on 5 to 6 June 2018.

Ginawa po namin ang Information/Serbisyo Caravan na ito upang kami na po mismo ang lumapit sa at magbigay sa inyo ng maagap at mapagkalingang serbisyo. Nais po namin na lahat ay aming mapaglingkuran lalo na po ang mga nasa laylayan ng lipunan at ang mga nasa pinakamalalayong lugar na hindi pa po namin naabot,“ ika ni DSWD MIMAROPA Assistant Regional Director Floreceli G. Gunio.

During the Information Caravan, participants were oriented about DSWD’s various programs and services, such as its Protective Services for disadvantaged and vulnerable sectors and Promotive Programs such as Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS), and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

Booths and help desks were also setup to provide immediate service to the clients. Information Education and Communication (IEC) materials

DSWD put up kiosk for participants who would like to avail Assistance to Individuals and Families in Crisis Situation (AICS) which includes educational, medical, transportation and burial services.

For AICS, a total of P109, 500.00 was disbursed for 35 clients who availed the service in Mogpog, Boac and Sta. Cruz Marinduque.

Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) and Municipal SWDO also given their support by setting up booth for the Solo Parent, Person with Disability and Senior Citizen Identity Document (ID).

Department of Health through their Provincial and Municipal Health Office provided medical services such as: voluntary bloodletting; wellness service; advice on adolescent health and teenage pregnancy; and dental program.

On the other hand, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority provided free massage service; Department of Agriculture distributed free seedlings; and Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources gave free fingerlings.

Also, Philippine National Police through its Police Provincial Office attended the caravan to ensure safety and security of participants while Department of Science and Technology offered consultations for livelihood and scholarship.

Meanwhile, Provincial Government Unit of Marinduque and Local Government Unit of Mogpog, Boac, Sta. Cruz also extended their unwavering support to the activity through their logistic and manpower assistance.

Information Caravan is also in line with the Duterte administration’s thrust of providing prompt government services to the citizenry. ###

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DSWD nagsagawa ng Regional Conference sa Legal na Pag-aampon

“Matagal, nakakakaba, nakakapagod na proseso, pero sa huli sulit ang paghihintay at paghihirap, dahil sa wakas, buong buo mo ng matatawag siyang… Anak,” wika ng isang ama ukol sa kanilang paglalakbay tungo sa legal na  pag-aampon.

Sa pangunguna ng Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA, nagtipon-tipon ang mga pamilyang hindi man magkakadugo ay pinagbuklod-buklod naman ng puso sa ‘Regional Conference on Adoption’, Sabado, ika-5 ng Mayo 2018.

“Pagmamahal Palaganapin, Legal na Pag-aampon Ating Gawin” ito ang tema na nais paigtingin at palaganapin sa nasabing aktibidad.

“Personal sa akin ang adoption. Kasi ang aking brother ay childless. At ang isa ay naglakas ng loob na mag-ampon ng bata. Mahalaga ang legal na pag-aampon para maprotektahan ang kapakanan ng mga bata,” wika ni Regional Direktor Wilma D. Naviamos sa kanyang Opening Remarks.

Sa mensahe naman ni DSWD Officer-In-Charge (OIC) Emmanuel A. Leyco na ipinahayag ni DSWD Protective Services Bureaur (PSB) Director Ma. Alicia Bonoan, inilatag niya ang kahalagan ng legal na pag-aampon sa kabutihan, kaligtasan at siguridad ng ‘adopted child’.

“May katagalan ang proseso ng legal na pag-aampon, pero alam natin na mahalaga ito at kailangang daanan. Ang pagpapaloob natin sa prosesong ito ay napakahalagang patunay din na talagang gusto nating mag-ampon at seryoso tayo sa ating layuning magbigyan ng mapagmahal na tahanan ang mga batang nawalan ng mga magulang dahil sa iba’t-ibang kadahilanan,” mula sa mensahe ni DSWD OIC.

Samantala nagbahagi naman ng kaalaman ang iba’t-ibang Resource Speaker ukol sa Causes and Implication of Adoption Disruption na ipinaliwanag ni Ms. Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan, Director of Protective Services Bureau; Post Adoption Servcies ni Ms. Maricel M. Barnedo, DSWD-NCR; Challenges and Difficulties in the Finalization of Adoption na ibinahagi ni Mr. Fredrick G. Separa, Presiding Judge ng RTC Branch 118 Navotas City Adoptive Parent; Benefits of Adoptive Families ni Ms. Melanie R. Lucszon, PhilHealth at; Effectiveness of E-book in Adoption Telling na ibinahagi ni Ms. Cecilia Velez, Adoptive Mother.

Upang malinaw naman ang mga isyu at tanong ng mga adoptive parents, nagkaroon ng open forum na sinagot ng mga focal persons mula sa iba’t ibang ahensya na gobyerno na sumusuporta sa legal na adoption.

Sa huli, pinarangalan naman ang mga nagwagi sa Poster Making Contest:

  • Mayshelle Janzenne Reyes from Ramon Magsaysay (Cubao) High School – “Legal na Paraan ay Gawin sa Pag-ampon ng Bata Upang Pagmamahal at Pag-aaruga sa Kanya ay Di Mabalewala” (Grand winner)
  • Johann Fredrich Dipasupil from Bauan Technical High School – “Magkaibang Dugo, Iisang Puso (1st runner up)
  • John Emmanuel Morales from Paradise Farms National High School – “Ang Paglaya sa Tanikala ng Kalungkutan” (2nd runner up).

Nagpasalamat ang DSWD sa lahat ng nakilahok sa nasabing aktibidad at sa lahat nagsusulong sa Legal na Pag-aampon. ###

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ika-67 Anibersaryo ng DSWD pinagdiwang ng FO MIMAROPA

 

Kasabay ng saliw ng mga makukulay na bandiritias, matagumpay at masiglang ipinagdiwang ng mga opisyal at kawani ng Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA ang ika-67 Anibersaryo ng departamento.

Opisyal na binuksan ni Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos ang nasabing anibersaryo ng maghatid siya ng mensahe tungkol sa tema ng taong pagdiriwang ng anibersaryo: “ Walang Puwang sa Katiwalian ang Tapat ng Paglilingkod Sa Bayan.”

“Ang pagdiriwang na ito ang magisislbing paalala sa atin na ang serbisyong binibigay natin sa ating mga benepisyaryo ay kinakailangang tapat, walang halong panlilinlang at korupsyon,” ani RD Naviamos.

Kaakibat ng tema ng matapat na paglilingkod, sama samang nagsagawa ng 1 Billion Rising Dance ang mga kalahok bilang pagsuporta sa walang katiwaliang pagsusulong ng karapatan at adbokasiya para sa mga kababaihan.

Bukod pa rito, naghanda ng Photo exhibit ang Social Marketing Unit (SMU) na pinamagatang: Larawang ng Tagumpay.

Ang nasabing exhibit ay nagpapakita ng mga paglalayag, paghihirap, at pagsisikap ng mga benepisyaryo upang makamit ang buhay na kanilang tinatamasa sa tulong ng iba’t ibang programa at serbisyo ng departamento.

Iprinesenta rin ang iba’t ibang karangalang natanggap ng rehiyon sa iba’t ibang kompetitsyon tulad ng pagiging kampyon sa SLP Bangon Kabuhayan at Pantawid Pamilya Search for Exemplary Children. Gayundin, ang mga

Nagtayo rin ng Bazaar ang Sustainable Livelihood Program kung saan ipinakita ang iba’t ibang produkto ng mga benepisyaryo mula sa MIMAROPA.

Pinangunahan naman ni Asistant Secretary Aleli B. Bagawan ng Office of the Secretary Group (OSG) katuwang sina RD Wilma D. Naviamos, ARDo Florecelli G. Gunio at ARDA Joel S. Mijares,  ang Groundbreaking Ceremony ng itatayong bagong apat na palapag na gusali ng DSWD at ‘blessing’ ng bagong SMU Office na sumisimbulo sa convergence ng mga programa ng DSWD.

“Malapit sa akin ang MIMAROPA dahil mahal na mahal ko ang mga kapatid nating Mangyan. Nagpapasalamat ako sa inyo sa patuloy ninyong pagaalaga sa kanila sa kabila ng mahirap ninyong pinagdadaan maparating lamang sa kanila ang ating serbisyo,” ito ang makapagbabag damdaming mensahe ni ASEC Aleli ng bigyan siya ng menshae

 

Pagkatapos ng mensahe ni ASEC Aleli, nagtipon tipon ang lahat upang paigitingin ang pagsasamahan sa pamamagitan ng pagasalo salo ng pagkain sa isang ‘boodle fight’.

Sa ikalawang araw ng pagdiriwang, pinangaralan naman ang iba’t ‘partners’ ng DSWD na naging katuwang sa matapat at matagumpay na pagiimplementa ng programa at serbisyo ng departamento sa iba’t ibang probinsya ng MIMAROPA.

Panata ko sa Bayan Awards (National Entries):

Praise National

  • Best Operations Office – Supplementary Feeding Program
  • Best Crisis Intervention Unit – MIMAROPA Crisis Intervention Unit

Salamat Po Award

  • Best NGO – Ruel Foundation Phils. Inc.

GAPAS Award

  • Model LGU Implementing Day Care Services – San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
  • Model LGU Implementing KALAHI-CIDSS – Calatrava, Romblon
  • Model LGU Implementing Protective programs and services – Province of Oriental Mindoro
  • Model LGU Implementing SLP MicroEnterprise Development – Looc, Romblon
  • Model LGU Implementing Employment Facilitation-Brooke’s Point, Palawan
  • Best Convergence Initative – Naujan, Oriental Mindoro

Samantala, hinarana at hinandugan naman ng video ang mga “Loyalty Awardees” na matagal at matapat na nagsilbi sa departamento:

  • Floreceli G. Gunio (40 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Annabelle U. Vargas (30 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Severino S. Taduran (25 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Monina D. Pechon (20 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Shiela S. Tapia (20 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Maricel F. De La Vega (10 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Sheila D. Sarabia (10 taon ng serbisyo)
  • Irish C. Villarin (10 taon ng serbisyo)

Karangalan naman ng rehiyon na mapaunlakan ang imbetasyon kina Undersecretary Maria Lourdes Turaldee-Jarabe ng Operations and Programs Group –Promotive Programs at Undersecretary Hope V. Hervilla ng Disaster Response Management na makilahok sa kanilang pagdiriwang.

Nagbigay ng buong suporta at inspirasyon sina USEC Turalde-Jarabe at USEC Hope sa patuloy na paglilingkod sa bayan ng mga kawani ng DSWD MIMAROPA ng ‘May Malasakit at Walang Puwang sa Katiwalian. “

Samantala nagbigay naman ng mga testimonial sina Jecille Arah M. Costales at Mary Jane Gaito ng MANHAK Association ukol sa kanilang mga pinagdaanan upang makamit ang titulong National Pantawid Pmailya Exemplary  Child 2017 at kampyon sa SLP Bangon Kabuhayan.

Sa pagtatapos ng pagdiriwang, pinasalamatan ni RD Naviamos ang lahat ng kawani na nagtulong tulong upang maging matagumpay ang pagdiriwang ng Anibersaryo at ang mga partners sa kanilang walang sawang pagsuporta sa departamento. ###

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Pagtiyak sa maayos na implementasyon ng SFP sa MIMAROPA, Pinaigting

Sa pangunguna ni Ms. Maria Eleonor L. Leal, ND III at Mark Angelo R. Lorenzo, SFP focal, nagsagawa ng ‘monitoring visit’ ang mga kawani ng Supplementary Feeding Program sa mga Child Development Centers ng Sablayan, Rizal at San Jose Occidental Mindoro upang matiyak ang maayos na 7th Cycle Implementation ng programa.

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