Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos 2018 New Year’s Call

According to Pope Francis, New Year’s Day marks two important observances on the Catholic Calendar: One is the World day of Peace, established by blessed Pope Paul Vi in 1967, and the other is the great feat of Mary as the Mother of God.

He emphasized, “Mary is exactly what God wants us to be, what he wants his Church to be: a Mother who is tender and lowly, poor in material goods and rich in love, free of sin and united to Jesus, keeping God in our hearts and our neighbor in our lives,” he said.

My dearest colleagues, as public servants who have great mission to help and protect the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged and promote their overall well-being, let us reflect on the message of our Pope and let this be our guide for this fresh new year.

Let us have a mother’s heart — welcome 2018!

Looking Back to Year 2017

A new year brings new expectations, goals and hopes, and with this I know that everyone of us has great anticipation as to what will come in the year ahead us.

But before that, let us look back on the journey that we have traversed last year.

Our voyages were not smooth sailing — humongous waves and unexpected events have dared us from time to time.

As we all know, captain of our ship has changed in the middle of our expedition. Judy Taguiwalo was not confirmed which tested the stability of the whole department. Also, various issues such ‘shame list’ which divulged the unliquidated funds of Supplementary Feeding Program, fake rice of Pantawid Pamilya, delayed cash grants of Emergency Shelter Assistance etc. have continuously shaken our peace and amity.

Also, before the year ends, Typhoon Urduja and Vinta during holidays also triggered our beneficiaries in MIMAROPA which tested our Quick Response Team and our Disaster Management Unit.

But despite the challenges that we have encountered, we remained resilient and bounced back from all the rollers and breakers which hit us so hard.

And with this, I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to all of you.

I know all of your sacrifices: the extra hours you spent in the office for free; the sleepless nights you’ve experienced just to beat the deadline; and the weekends and holidays you’ve missed in order to ensure that the needs of our clients were provided.

Without your hard work, cooperation, passion and commitment to serve our partner-beneficiaries, and most of all without imbibing a mother’s heart, we will not be able to reach our destination.

With this, I am proud to share with you the gigantic fish we’ve harvested and captured due to our diligence and convergence — internally and externally with our partner-stakeholders.

Once again, let me present to you the awards we received last year:

  • Sustainable Livelihood Program
    • Bangon Kabuhayan 2017 Hall of Famer
      • MANHAK Blue Crab Fattening of Looc Romblon:

Champion, Micro-enterprise category

  • Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
    • National Exemplary Child 2017
      • Grade 8 student Jecille Arah M. Costales, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program-MIMAROPA child grantee from Calintaan, Occidental Mindoro was selected as this year’s grand winner of the National Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2017.
    • Gawad Paglilingkod sa Samabayanan (GAPAS) Award
      • Model LGU Implementing Day Care Services:

Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro

  • Model LGU Implementing KALAHI-CIDSS:

Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro

  • Model LGU Implementing Protective Program and Services:

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

  • LGU Implementing Outstanding Sustainable Micro-enterprise Development Model:

Taytay, Palawan

  • Gawad Kalasag
    • DSWD MIMAROPA received the Gawad Kalasag for rendering exemplary contributions in promoting and implementing significant DRRM-Climate Change Adaptation programs and innovations that build community resiliency.

Congratulations to all of you. You deserve all the praise and recognition for bringing our region in the limelight and center stage of public servants.

Great Expectations and Hopes for 2018

Now, let us confidently move forward while carrying the lessons of the past. I know that this year, like every one, will still bring hurdles and impediments. But I know that we will face these obstacles with grit and fervor so we will overcome it with ease.

For 2018, I have steadfast hopes for our partner-beneficiaries, that they will have a better life, free from poverty and hunger. And for all of you my dearest colleagues, I have unwavering hope, that you will keep sailing in order to serve, support and love them unconditionally.

Again, just like what Pope Francis said, “let us all continue having a mother’s heart, one which knows how to keep the tender love of God and to feel the heartbeat of all around us.”

Again, may you have a prosperous new year filled with all good blessings. Happy New Year!

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Kwento ng Pagbabago: Social Pension Beneficiary

Wala na akong pamilya.

Balo na ako ng 10 taon tapos hindi naman ako nagkaroon ng anak na maasahang tumulong sa akin upang harapin ang pang araw araw na hamon ng buhay dito sa Capaclan Romblon, Romblon.

Oo, sobrang hirap, pero kinakaya ko…  kailangan kong kayanin.

Ako ang sumusuporta at bumubuhay sa sarili ko. Ako rin  ang nagaalaga sa sarili ko kahit may sakit na ako.

Ang bigat na pagsubok, pero kailangan kong maging matatag kahit na medyo marupok na ang aking katawan dahil sa katandaan.

Natatandaan ko pa noon, magisa lang ako dyan sa bahay ko tapos bumabagyo. Sobrang takot na takot ako noon. Kumakalampag at umuuga na buong bahay ko dahil gawa lang naman ito sa pawid. Hindi ko alam kung mabubuhay pa ba ako kinabukasan.

Nagdasal nalang ako sa Ginoo. Sabi ko, kayo na po ang bahala sa akin. Alam ko pong mahal na mahal naman ninyo ako.

Sa awa ng Ginoo, ligtas naman ako. Sabi ko, bilang pasasalamat, higit pa akong magsisilbi sa kanya at sa aking kapwa.

Dito na nagsimula ang higit kong pag-aaruga sa aking mga kapitbahay, ang magkapatid na sina Lourdes at Celedonia.

Tulad ko, mga senior citizen na rin sila. Ngunit higit ang kanilang pinagdadaanan. Si Lourdes, ay may problema na sa pandinig at pananalita. Hindi na rin nya kayang makatayo ng magisa. Samantalang si Celedonia naman ay hindi na makakita dahil sa kanyang katarata.

Pare pareho na kaming matanda at magisa sa buhay. Lahat pa kami walang regular na hanapbuhay. Dati gumagawa ako ng walis pero ngayon hindi ko na kaya.

Pero sa kabila ng mga ito, hindi ako sumuko sa pag-aalaga sa magkapatid  na sina Lourdes at Celedonia.

Ako ang tumutulong sa kanila tuwing may sakit sila. Tumatakbo ako sa hospital upang makakuha ng gamut at tulong. Pinagluluto ko rin sila at pinagiigib ng tubig.  Sinasakay ko rin sila sa traysikul kapag pupunta sila sa bayan. Lahat lahat ginagawa ko upang alagaan ko sila.

Noon, sobrang hirap talagang harapin ng bawat araw na darating.  Ang dilim ng buhay. Minsan gusto ko na ring bumigay pero hindi pwede dahil mahal na mahal ko sina Lourdes at Celedonia.

Kaya laking pasasalamat ko ng dumating ang Social Pension sa aming buhay noong 2015.

Lumiwanag at gumaan talaga ang buhay namin noon.

Malaking tulong ang P500.00 na binibigay nila sa amin. Nakabili na po ako ng desenteng pagkain… ng isda, ng bigas at nakabili na rin po ako ng gamut.

Naparepair ko na rin po itong bahay ko. Hindi na po ako masyadong nangangamba sa tuwing may bagyo o sakunang sasalanta sa amin.

Mas naalagaan ko rin po sina Lourdes at Celedonia. Sabay sabay po kaming pumupunta sa bayan upang kumuha ng payout. Inaalalayan ko po sila dahil medyo mahina na nga ang kanilang pangangatawan.

Sobra sobrang nagpapasalamat po ako sa Social Pension dahil laking tulong na nabigay nila sa amin. Binigyan po nila kami ng pagasa at rason upang maging maligaya at maginahawa.

Higit sa lahat po, nagpapasalamat po ako sa Ginoo dahil sa biyaya ng buhay at pagmamahal.  Hindi po niya kami pinabayaan kahit anong sigalot po ang kinaharap na naming.

Ang hiling ko nalang po ngayon, sana wag na muna akong kunin ng Ginoo dahil iniisip ko po, wala ng mag-aalaga kina Lourdes at Celedonia. Ako lang ang kanilang maaasahan. Mahal na mahal ko po sila. Sana humaba ang buhay namin.

Ako po si Luisa Maduro Tome, 77 taong gulang, Social Pension Beneficiary ng Capacalan Romblon Romblon.

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SMU MIMAROPA conducts Crisis Comm Training for RMDC Members

Social Marketing Unit of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA conducted a Crisis Communication and Handling Media Interviews Training Workshop for Regional Management Development Conference (RMDC) Officers at A Venue Hotel Makati City.

Joseph Rick C. Cataan, executive producer of CNN Philippines, shared his knowledge and expertise about crisis management, communication protocol and media handling to RMDC officers.

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Ulirang Nakatatanda sa MIMAROPA, pinarangalan ng DSWD

MALATE, Manila – Bilang pagpapaigting ng adbokasiya para sa mga senior citizens, binigyang pugay ng Department of Social Welfare and Development – Social Pension Program ang mga Ulirang Nakatatanda sa MIMAROPA, ika-10 Nobyembre 2017.

Nagwagi si Josefa M. Leal ng Mogpog Marinduque sa Basic Category; Corazon C. Manalo, Calapan Oriental Mindoro sa professional category; Luzicita F. Fabella, Odiongan Romblon sa government category at BSMSCA Ornamental Shell Souvenirs Project, Puerto Princesa City Palawan para sa group category.

Gayunpaman, pinarangalan pa rin ang mga runner up sa iba’t ibang kategorya. Hinirang na runner up si Nelia M. Venturillo, Aborlan Palawan para sa basic category; Carmelita M. Patiño, Pinamalayan Oriental Mindoro para sa Professional Category at Carmelita Q. Gaud, Victoria Oriental Mindoro para sa government category.

Ang Ulirang Nakatatanda Awards ay isang patimpalak na naglalayong kilalanin ang mga pagsisikap ng mga senior citizens na palawigin ang adbokasiya para nakatatanda at at parangalan ang kanilang pagiging modelo at inspirasyon sa aktibong pagpapaunlad ng pamilya at komunidad.

“Mahalagang ipagdiwang, palawakin, at ipagpugay natin ang kaunlaran ng sektor ng mga nakatatanda dahil malaki ang kanilang kontribusyon sa ating komunidad,” ika ni DSWD MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos

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PYAP Emergency Response Training isinagawa sa Camp Aguinaldo

QUEZON CITY – Nagsanay ang 25 opisyales at miyembro ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA at Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines Inc. (PYAP) sa Emergency Response na hango sa konsepto ng Disaster Trauma sa Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

Layunin ng nasabing training na paigtingin ang kaalaman, kasanayan at kapasidad ng mga kalahok sa pagsasagawa ng iba’t ibang response procedures sa waterborne search, high angle rescue operation, rope and collapsed structure resuce at emergency procedure.

“Ang dami ko pong natutunan sa aming training. Nalaman ko po kung papaano ko ililigtas ang aking sarili at ang aking kapwa sa iba’t ibang klase ng sakuna. Sana mas marami pang makapagsanay sa rescue operation,” ayon kay Irish C. Villarin, Social Welfare Officer I ng Disaster Management Unit.

Ang mga kalahok ay nagsanay sa ilalim ng RESCUE RECON. Ito ay isang joint task force ng National Capital Region Camp Aguinaldo Armed Forces of the Philippines Emergency Response Team na nagpapa ng mga trained rescuers sa buong bansa. Sa ngayon, sila ay nagawaran na ng seal ng Royal Institute of Singapore in Emergency Rescue Service.

Hinahangad ng PYAP at DSWD na sa pamamagitan ng training na ito mas maging handa ang mga kalahok sa pagharap sa mga darating na sakuna at maging instrument sila upang makatulong sa pagsagip sa kapwa.

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Basic facilitation skills ng KALIPI, pinahusay ng DSWD MIMAROPA

KAWIT, CAVITE – Bilang pagkilala sa kahalagahan ng mahusay na pamumuno at pagoorganisa sa ikatatagumpay ng isang programa, nagsagawa ng Basic Facilitation Skills ang Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA para sa mga lider at miyembro ng Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (KALIPI).

Ang KALIPI ay pambansang pederasyon ng mga organisasyong pumoprotekta at nagsusulong sa karapatan at adbokasiya ng mga kababaihan na naitatag taong 1990 sa ilalim ng Bureau of Women’s Welfare ng Department of Social Welfare and Development.

Katuwang ang komunidad at lokal na pamahalaan, tinutulungan ng KALIPI ang mga kababaihan lalong lalo na ang mga kabilang sa mahihirap na sektor, nasa laylayan na lipunan at nasa mapaghamong sitwasyon na matugunan ang kanilang mga pangangailangan, maiwasan o makawala sa kalupitan,  matulungang makahanap ng hanapbuhay at maiangat ang kabuuang antas ng kanilang pamumuhay.

“Bilang modelo ng komunidad at mga kababaihan, mahalagang magkaroon ng kaalaman at kakayanan ang mga lider ng KALIPI sa pag-oorganisa at iba pang skills training.  Malaki ang responsibilidad na kanilang gagampanan sa ikatatagumpay ng programa,” ayon kay Josephine Macalagay, Social Techology Unit Head.

Sa Training on Basic Facilitation Skills, pinaigting ang kalaaman at kakayanan ng mga kasapi sa mga sumusunod: 1) Leadership Skills; 2) Principles of Meeting and Facilitation; at 3) Organizational Communication.

“Sinigurado naming mahasa ang leadership, facilitation at communication skills ng mga KALIPI dahil ito ang mga pangunahing sangkap ng isang magaling na lider,” dagdag pa ni Macalagay.

Upang suportahan naman ang pinansyal at pang-ekonomiyang pangangailangan ng KALIPI, ang bawat samahan nila ay lumalapit sa mga ibat ibang “agencies”  upang mag resource generation para sa kanilang mga proyekto sa pamamagitan ng proposals.

“Ang pagkakapit-bisig ng bawat miyembro ng KALIPI at iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno ay mahalaga upang higit na maprotektahan at masuportahan ang adbokasiya natin para sa mga kababaihan. Maraming salamat sa inyo! Patuloy nating pagibayuhin ang ating laban para sa kababaihan,” pagtatapos ni Macalagay.  ###

 

 

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SPSI PREW isinagawa sa Oriental Mindoro

Calapan City, OrMin – Upang higit na palakasin at paunlarin ang Social Protection Support Initiatives (SPSI) Convergence Project nagsagawa ng Program Review and Evaluation Workshop ang SPSI sa nasabing lugar.

Ang SPSI Convergence Project ay ang pinagbuklod-buklod na mga proyekto ng: Department of Social Welfare and Development  (DSWD) sa pamamagitan ng Sustaining Interventions in Poverty Alleviation and Governance (SIPAG) project; Department of Health (DOH) sa kanilang Watching Over Mother and Babies (WOMB); at ng Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) sa kanilang Sigurado at Garantisadong Insurance Pangkalusugan (SAGIP) Project na naglalayong mapaangat ang pangkabuuang pamumuhay ng mga mahihirap na natukoy ng Listahanan lalo na ang mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Ang pinakapuso at sentro ng SPSI Convergence Project ay ang kanilang Electronic Referral System para sa SIPAG, WOMB at SAGIP information system na nakikitang mekanismo upang pagtibayin ang Cross-Agency Data Sharing at padaliin ang pagalam sa mga priority cases upang pagbuklurin ang mga serbisyong inahahandog ng DSWD, DOH at Philhealth.

Sa unang bahagi ng programa, ibinahagi ni DSWD-NCTSU Dir. Christian Deloria at iba pang kinatawan ang mga nagawa at kasalukuyang kalagayan ng SPSI sa probinsya ng Oriental Mindoro.

Upang higit namang mapaunlad ang programa, nagsagawa ng prioritization workshop ang grupo na pinangunahan ni Ms. Julieta Flores, Project Development Officer III ng SIPAG Project.

“Mahalagang makagawa tayo ng action plan kung papaano natin matugunan ang mga isyu at pagsubok na kinaharap natin sa pagimplementa ng ating programa upang masiguro natin ang patuloy nitong pag-usad at pagunlad,” ika ni Ms. Flores.

Taong 2011 ng magsimula ang SPSI Convergence Project sa anim na munispyo ng Oriental Mindoro: Bansud, Bongabong, Bulalacao, Mansalay, Naujan at Pola. Lumawak at nakompleto ang implementasyon nito sa syudad ng Calapan at walo (8) pang munisipyo kabilang ng Baco, Gloria, Pinamalayan, Puerto Galera, San Teodoro, Socorro at Victoria noong Hunyo, 2014.

Ngayong 2017 na ang huling taon ng implementasyon ng SPSI Convergence Project sa Oriental Mindoro.

“Ang SPSI program ay isa sa pinakamatagumpay na programa ng gobyerno na aking nakita. Ito ay isang magandang modelo kung papaano makakapagbigay ng mas epektibong serbisyo ang iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno para sa masang Pilipino. Mainam na nakagawa tayo ng sustainability plan sa huling taon ng implementasyon nito sa Oriental Mindoro,” pagtatapos ni Dir.Deloria.

 

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“A new breed of field workers cum information officers “

Information Officers multiplies as it sends provincial counterparts on a three-day training.

Twenty seven (27) DSWD staffs from MIMAROPA region representing various programs attend the Social Marketing Training Workshop on Journalism, Photography, Adobe Photoshop and Video Production in Makati Palace Hotel September 20-22, 2017.

Without sufficient background, participants bravely try out altering photos, hitting the record button, plotting information material and writing news feeds soon after the resource speakers teach and demonstrate the know-how.

Ms. Diana Faye Magbanua, a segment producer of GMA, lay down the basic rules in capturing and editing stills emphasizing the elements that contribute to achieving that attention-worthy photo.

Field workers become scriptwriters, cameramen and production assistant as they try the production side.  Participants apply their newly-acquired knowledge such as panning and titling which they do not usually hear in the workplace.

Adding more credibility and prominence, Mr. Joseph Cataan, executive producer of CNN, take a different route in discussing writing stories in broadcast media. Starting his session with the infamous “Tatlong Bibe”, everyone gets hook and stay up to the last words thirsting for more information if not only for the limited time.

“I am more ready and equipped now compared to when I first came here”, says Clint Diocadez, Cluster Grievance and Monitoring Officer of Pantawid from Romblon.

Jeanald Herrera, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer of Oriental Mindoro jokingly say she is now ready to take a new career in video production.

Summing up, everyone accepts the challenge and is fully ready to plunge into the new role with high goals of delivering newsworthy material in their respective areas. (Christine Paras)

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