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DSWD records thousands of poor working children in MIMAROPA

MALATE, Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has recorded 9,521 poor working children aged 5-17 years old regionwide according to the 2015 Listahanan household assessment.

In Oriental Mindoro, 2,304 working children belong to poor households were identified; 2,393 in Occidental Mindoro; 642 in Marinduque; 747 in Romblon; and 3,435 in Palawan.

From the number identified, 15.9 % (1,519) are farmers; 12.5% (1,186) are fisherfolks; and 0.98% (93) are forestry workers.

In MIMAROPA, the top three municipalities with high cases of working children are San Jose, Occidental Mindoro with 456 children; Brooke’s Point, Palawan with 420; and Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro with 411.

The assessment further revealed that from the poor working children, 69.6% are male and 30.4 % are female.

The department continues advocating to stop the illegal employment of children and report cases of child labors in MIMAROPA.

Listahanan of the DSWD is a government mechanism that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. It is a comprehensive database serves as the basis for selecting government pro-poor program beneficiaries.

June 12 is recognized as the World Day Against Child Labour.  Child labor is work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential, and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development.###

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SLP, EEI Corporation nagsagawa ng Local Recruitment Activity sa Oriental Mindoro

ORIENTAL MINDORO – Kamakailan lamang, ang Sustainable Livelihood Program ay nagsagawa ng Local Recruitment Activity sa Calapan, Pinamalayan, at Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro nitong ika-29 hanggang ika-31 ng Mayo taong 2018.

Sa pakikipag-ugnayan ni Ginang Marites Pones, Private Sector Partnerships Officer ng rehiyon ng MiMaRoPa, ang kumpanyang EEI Corporation ay bumaba sa mga nasabing munisipyo upang magsagawa ng on-the-spot hiring sa mga aplikante. Ilan sa mga trabahong inalok ng kumpanya ay nasa linya ng konstruksyon tulad ng Masonry, Carpentry, at Tile Setting.

Apatnapu’t walong aplikante sa kabuuan ang natanggap at agad na pinag-asikaso ng mga kinakailangang dokumento upang makumpleto ang proseso. Sila ay nakatakdang ipadala sa Maynila at makatatanggap ng minimum wage na Php 512.00 kada araw, Overtime Pay, at benepisyo mula sa SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG, at iba pa.

“Natutuwa ako kasi marami na akong experience sa pagma-mason at magagamit ko ito sa trabaho. Pagkatapos nito, pupunta na ako ngayon sa SSS para asikasuhin ‘yung mga requirements ko,” sambit ni Rolando Molina, kauna-unahang aplikante na natanggap sa Masonry.

Katutubong Mangyan ng Bongabong 

Isa sa mga prayoridad ng EEI Corporation na mabigyan ng trabaho ay ang mga miyembro ng Indigenous Peoples sa Pilipinas. Sa katunayan, dalawa sa tatlong katutubong Mangyan na dumalo sa aktibidad ang natanggap upang sumailalim sa pagsasanay.

Sina Mawin Daway, Aytag Yagam-ay, at Altan Angguman ay mga katutubong Mangyan na naninirahan sa Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro. Sila ay magkaka-baryo na ang pangunahing hanapbuhay ay pagtatanim ng saging at kamote sa kabundukan. “Nahihirapan kami sa salapi. Kulang ang kinikita namin,” tugon ni Mawin nang tanungin kung ano ang nag-udyok sa kanya na pumunta sa recruitment. Kwento ni Mawin ay kumikita lamang siya ng limandaan kada buwan at kung minsan pa nga ay dalawampung piso lamang kung natutuyo ang mga saging dahil sa init ng panahon.

Si Aytag naman, 25 anyos, ay nagbaka-sakali lamang na matanggap upang mapagamot ang kanyang ina. “Gusto ko lang po na mapagamot si nanay kasi may TB (tuberculosis) siya,” sambit ni Aytag.

“Kung makakapag-aral, pangarap ko po sana sa buhay ay matulungan ang aking tatlong kapatid. Nagtatanim din sila tapos nahihirapan,” ani Angguman, 22 anyos, nang tanungin kung ano ang pangarap nito sa buhay.

Si Mawin at Angguman ay natanggap upang sumailalim sa dalawampu’t anim na araw na pagsasanay bago sumabak sa trabaho. Hindi man pinalad na makuha dahil sa kapansanan sa paglalakad, si Aytag ay pursigido pa din na makahanap ng trabaho kaya naman mag-iikot pa siya sa munisipyo upang humanap ng oportunidad.

Katuwang na Kawani

Kinikilala ng Public Employment Service Office (PESO) ng Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro ang kahalagahan ng pagdaraos ng mga serbisyong pag-eempleyo. “Sa halip na lumuwas para mag-apply sa Maynila, lumalapit na ang employer at nalalaman agad ang mga problemang maaaring harapin ng mga aplikante kaya mas madali na ang proseso,” sambit ni Ginoong Lowell Anastacio, PESO Manager ng Mansalay.

Ang EEI corporation ay isa sa mga kilala at nangungunang kumpanya sa linya ng konstruksyon sa Pilipinas. Sila ay matatagpuan sa 12 Manggahan, Bagumbayan, Lungsod Quezon, 1110 Kalakhang Maynila.

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Listahanan completes UCT field validation in MIMAROPA

MALATE, Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has completed field validation of Listahanan-identified poor households for the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan or (MIMAROPA) provinces.

From the 93,436 household targets, 92,205 households or 98 percent are validated and verified regionwide.

The UCT household validation spearheaded by DSWD- Listahanan started on the second week of March and was officially completed last week of April 2018.  A total of 22,981 households has been validated in Oriental Mindoro; 17,594 in Occidental Mindoro; 6,319 in Marinduque; 7,777 in Romblon; and 38,103 in Palawan.

The Department has hired 392 validators in MIMAROPA who have administered house-to-house interviews for 45 days.

“From the number of nonvalidated households are those unlocated, transferred to other provinces or regions, vacant, and in some cases no available qualified respondents,” said Listahanan Regional Coordinator Ernie H. Jarabejo.

According to validation guidelines, to qualify as respondents they should be at least 15 years old above, member of the household to be validated, and able to verify the accuracy of the household information or profile.

Jarabejo stressed that hired validators have exhausted all possible means to locate and verify those missing households as not to be left behind before the barangay issues certification attesting cases of unlocated or transferred.

Moreover, the barangay council also issued a certification of completion testifying that validation activity in the area is successfully conducted based on standard protocols.

The UCT validation is a mechanism to identify possible and qualified recipients of cash grants as a government’s mitigating measure on the effect of the new Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.

“The said validation aims to assess possible recipients of social welfare cash assistance to poor families who are heavily affected by the increasing prices of basic commodities due to the TRAIN law. Priority targets are non-Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino and Social Pension Program households,” added Jarabejo.

Meanwhile, DSWD clarifies that the household validation aims not to delist, select and expand new and current Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and other program partner-beneficiaries.

As of this writing, all validated forms will be encoded for updating of the household profile.

Listahanan is a government tool to identify who and where the poor are nationwide. ###

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Ika-171 na Anibersaryo ng Odiongan, Ipinagdiwang ng mga Residente

Ipinagdiwang ng mga residente ng Odiongan, Romblon ang ika-171 na anibersaryo ng bayan noong ika-isa hanggang ika-anim na Abril ng taong 2018. Kasabay nito ay ang taun-taong Kanidugan (Coconut) Festival upang magbigay-karangalan sa patron nito na si San Vicente Ferrer.

Bilang parte ng pagdiriwang, nagsagawa ang Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) ng Agri-Trade Fair na nilahukan ng iba’t ibang MicroSmall and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sa probinsya. Isa sa mga nakilahok ay ang Ambulong Sustainable Livelihood Association ng Magdiwang, Romblon kung saan itinampok nila ang produktong banana chips.

Layunin ng Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) na itaas ang antas ng kabuhayan ng mga benepisyaryo sa pamamagitan ng pakikilahok sa mga gawaing pangkabuhayan tulad ng trade fair kung saan naipapakita ang mga ipinagmamalaking lokal na produktong nilikha mismo ng mga benepisyaryo ng programa.

 

Photos from:

Chyntia Deocades, Project Development Officer II, Romblon

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DSWD completes household validation in some geographically isolated areas in Palawan

BALABAC, Palawan- Adhering to the Department’s regional theme of reaching the unreached and the isolated, the Department of Social Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has completed the validation of some 623 households in barangay Mangsee in this town.

The validation spearheaded by Listahanan is part of the government’s mechanism to identify potential and qualified beneficiaries of the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) program under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN).

Listahanan is the government’s effort to map out who and where the poor are nationwide.

“The UCT program aims to assist poor families that will be affected by the rising prices because of the implementation of the new tax reform system,” said Listahanan Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

As a result, beneficiaries will receive cash grants amounting to P2,400.00 this year and P3,600.00 in 2019 and 2020.

On the other hand, the Department has partnered with the Naval Forces  West (NAVFORWEST) of the Philippine Navy  during the conduct of said validation on March 25- April 1, 2018.

The same validation was completed in the town of Cagayancillo where 67 households are validated.

Mangsee in Balabac and Cagayancillo are both categorized as geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas (GIDAs) in Palawan.

As of this writing in MIMAROPA region, 57.53 percent of the total target or 53,383 households were completely validated. The validation is expected to end this month regionwide.###

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Human Chain Activity in Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro, A Success

Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro—The Human Chain Activity was a successful endeavor. Almost 2,500 people from different Mangyan Sub-Tribes, community volunteers, Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, Kalahi CIDSS staff from Regional and National Program Management Office, Municipal Staff, civil society organizations, students, and people from the neighboring town of Sablayan have passed-on sacks of aggregates on the mountainous terrain of Sitio Nalwak to reach Sitio Bambanay.

The Human Chain Activity was organized by the Municipal Action Team of DSWD Magsaysay Occidental Mindoro together with the Local Government Unit for the benefit of the Mangyan communities in Sitio Bambanay. The goal of the activity is to deliver aggregates to be used for the construction of the foot trail Sub-Project identified by the IPs in Sitio Bambanay as their most pressing need. This will come in fruition through the “bayanihan” strategy where the people would line-up from Sitio Nalwak up to Sitio Bambanay and would pass sacks of aggregates The activity started from 5 in the morning until 11 in the morning.

The distance between Sitio Nalwak and Sitio Bambanay stretches around 2.7 km on a mountainous terrain. There were 20 stations wherein one station stretches to 135 meters.

Hand-in-hand, side by side– No Filipino is left behind as the people of Magsaysay and Sablayan helped the IP group of Mangyan in transporting the aggregates that will be used for the access road sub-project proposed by the community to be funded by Kalahi CIDSS

The stations begin at station zero (0) where women put aggregates in the sacks and pass it to people in station zero (0) until it reached station twenty. The furthest that the aggregates reached is at station ten (10). However, Area coordinator Rosalie Frane said she is grateful that people have gathered to help to show their support to the IP community.

On the other hand, lmost 80 individuals from the neighboring town of Sablayan headed by Hon. Eduardo Gadiano participated in the Human Chain Activity as they were transported by four large municipal trucks. Community Volunteers from Sablayan has expressed joy knowing they are able to help their co-volunteers
from Magsaysay. “Kahit nakakapagod ay masaya kami dahil nakatulong kami sa mga kapwa naming volunteer at sa mga kapatid naming Mangyan rin.” Said Dionisio Recente, a Kalahi CIDSS Voluteer from Sablayan.

Hon. Fajardo and Hon. Gadiano climbed the difficult terrain going to the Sitio Bambanay to personally see the situation of the IPs in the community. Hon. Gadiano then pledged to give solar panels to the community and Hon. Fajardo pledged to give a multi-cab emergency tricycle for easy transport of people and products.
The foot trail will respond to the main problems identified by the IPs which is transporting their sick to barangay proper and evacuation of the people during times of calamity.
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DSWD to start household validation for UCT recipients in MIMAROPA

MALATE, Manila- The Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA will conduct house-to-house validation of some 94,000 potential beneficiaries of the government’s Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) program starting this month regionwide.

There are 18,662 target households in Occidental Mindoro; 22,892 households in Oriental Mindoro; 6,384  households in Marinduque;  7,755 households in Romblon; and 38,435 households in Palawan.

“Under RA 10963 of 2017 or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, UCT program will provide unconditional cash grants to Listahanan-identified poor households whose income belong up to the seventh decile,” said Listahanan Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

UCT is the biggest social mitigation program under the Duterte administration to aid families who will not benefit from the lower income tax rates but will be adversely affected by rising prices of basic commodities. Recipients will receive P200.00 per month this year; and P300.00/month in 2019 and 2020.

DSWD Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and Social Pension program beneficiaries will also receive UCT grants to mitigate the moderate and temporary increases in prices due to the enforcement of the comprehensive tax reform program, added Jarabejo.

More than 400 field staff are deployed in the five island MIMAROPA provinces to complete the UCT validation in April.

Jarabejo also calls target household respondents to provide complete and factual information to ensure accurate results.

Listahanan is the government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are. According to the 2015 database, 37 percent or 221,324 households identified as poor out of the 584,562 total households assessed in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan provinces. ###

 

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DSWD MIMAROPA needs field workers for UCT validation

MALATE, Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA through the Listahanan project is hiring field workers to validate potential beneficiaries of the government’s Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) program.

DSWD needs 95 validators and 15 Administrative Assistants (AAs) in Oriental Mindoro; 78 validators and  11 AAs Occidental Mindoro; 27 validators and  six AAs in Marinduque ;  32 validators and 17 AAs in Romblon; and  160 validators and 24 AAs in Palawan.

Under the Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) or RA 10963, UCT program will provide cash grants in the amount of P200 per month in 2018; and P300 per month in 2019 and 2020 to identified poor families to offset the increase in prices of goods for those who will not directly benefit in the lowering of personal income taxes.

“Validators will be paid per form (P50.00/form) while Administrative Assistant will receive P10,159.00 for 30 days,” said Listahanan Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

UCT household validation will start in March targeting 94, 128 households regionwide.

Priority applicants are former Listahanan field staff; at least second-year college level; physically fit; must possess good communication and social skills, and willing to be assigned in other municipalities, added Jarabejo.

Interested applicants may submit their resume through email address at listahanan.mimaropa@gmail.com or to the nearest DSWD SWAD office in their area.###

 

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