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DSWD MIMAROPA discusses alternative family care program to school partners

BOAC, Marinduque- The Adoption Resource and Referral Section of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA discussed the Alternative Family Care Program during the Forum on the Current Trend in Social Work Practice in Marinduque State College.

The said  program aims to provide a better life, promising future and real identity to children who are abandoned or neglected through legal adoption and foster care.

Adoption is defined as a socio-legal process of providing a permanent family to a child whose parents have voluntarily or involuntarily relinquished parental authority over the child.

The activity is part of the Adoption Consciousness Month celebration.

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To the Top: A Journey Towards Volunteerism and Leadership

ACTIVE VOLUNTEERISM- Giovannie Fabro, 32 represents their community’s Operation and Maintenance Group on the Organizational Development and Management Training of Kalahi  CIDSS.

Traversing the coconut plantation in the morning and organizing youth groups in the afternoon has been the routine of Giovannie, a dark, well-built man in his early thirties with a face chiseled by hard work and a heart molded by volunteerism.

Giovannie Fabro, more well-known in his community as Giovan is the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee (BSPMC) Chairperson of Barangay Toctoc in Banton Romblon. From a by-stander to a volunteer, Giovan said that he has found more meaning in life when he was immersed in volunteerism and in Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi CIDSS).

New Chapter

Like many of the youths in Banton, Giovan worked in Manila. Numerous factories hired him until he has worked himself to exhaustion. Realizing that his income was not enough to support his family in the province, Giovan decided to go back home to take care of his parents.

He worked on their copras business to earn a living. Even with lesser income, he admitted that going back home was one of the best decisions he has ever done.

His caring and gregarious personality earned him a lot of buddies in Brgy. Toctoc. They usually hang-out and play basketball on the community court where the Kalahi CIDSS Barangay Assemblies (BA) were frequently conducted. This hobby of his had introduced him to the program and to volunteerism.

The raising hands of the people in the half court intrigued Giovan as they rest after a basketball game and he listened to what they discussed. He learned that the people were voting for a sub-project that they wanted to have in their community. Amazed on how the people are given the freedom to have a project of their choice, Giovan decided to join the next meetings.

In the beginning, he admitted that attending the assemblies of Kalahi CIDSS was like learning a foreign language. “Napakadaming acronyms yung nababanggit nila at hindi ko talaga maintindihan kaya tinatanong ko yung katabi ko.” (I do not understand the numerous acronyms that they mention thus I ask the person next to me about the meaning of those acronyms.)

He chuckled as he added, “umabot na sa pagkakataon sa assembly na nainis na yung katabi ko sa katatanong ko kaya linayasan nya na ko.” (One time, during the assembly, my seatmate got tired of my asking thus he walked away.)

The Heart of a Volunteer

On the second cycle of Kalahi CIDSS, he actively participated and was elected as a member of the Project Implementation Team (PIT).

A sudden change in Giovan’s routine had happened when he became a volunteer. His usual lazy afternoons were changed to attending meetings of the BSPMC and studying the community procurement manual.

Eventually, he discovered his passion to volunteerism when he attended the community volunteers’ training. This has also been his inspiration to organize a youth group called Uswag Banton. The group aims to re-plant trees in the area.  In addition, he encouraged the members of the group to take part in Kalahi CIDSS and they help the community empowerment facilitator to gather people during barangay assemblies.

The community members witnessed his industry as a community volunteer. Thus, they decided to elect him as the BSPMC chairperson of Barangay Toctoc on the third cycle of the program. Mrs. Yolly Felita, one of the elders in Brgy Toctoc said that she is convinced that Giovan will be a good BSPMC chairperson.

Despite this, Giovan admitted that he had second thoughts on accepting the new post.

Nevertheless, his dream of giving his community a safe and sustainable drinking water has surfaced than his fear of greater responsibility. “Sabi ko sa sarili ko, ngayon pa ba ako titigil kung kelan malapit na naming makamit ang pangangailangan ng aming komunidad?” (I said to myself, would I stop now, now that the need of our community is almost within our reach?)

Community Empowerment Facilitator of Brgy. Toctoc Shirley Vallez recounted a story on how Giovan has shown his dedication to the project. According to her, “Si Giovan ang nanguna noong kailangang i-konekta pababa sa bundok yung tubig kahit medyo masama yung pakiramdam nya. Na-amaze ako sa batang yan kasi kita mo sakanya yung passion na tumulong kahit may sinat sya.” (Giovan lead the community to connect the water from its source in the mountain down to their community and he was not feeling well when he did it. I was amazed on that kid because you can see his passion to help even he is sick.)

Beyond service

Giovan saw how the community driven development process has transformed his flat and passive community into an active one. From his account, he was amazed on how his community was able to work together in spite of political ramifications because of their common goal of having access to clean and potable water.

Consequently, Giovannie discovered his leadership talents in becoming a Kalahi CIDSS volunteer. From the timid man, he was now able to speak in front of his community and other crowds. He recounted the moment where he shared his reflection during the BSPMC training in Makati and he said he never felt so proud before.

“Kung may sasabihin ako at alam kong tama at makakabuti, sasabihin ko yun” (If I have something to say that I know is right and will contribute to the greater good, then I will say it) said Giovannie. He added “Sana ganun din ang gawin ng mga ka-barangay ko“(I wish that the people in my community would also do the same.)

Giovannie has been a volunteer of Kalahi for 2 years now and as a volunteer he had a lot of realizations in life, in his community and in the municipality of Banton. “Sana ay tigilan na ng kababayan ko ang panlilibak sa iba dahil lang sa pulitika. Panira sa pag kakaisa ng Bantoanon yang ganang gawain.” (I wish that people would stop destroying others for the sake of their political endeavors. This kind of action destroys our hope of uniting the Bantoanons for the common good).

All of Giovannie’s BSPMC colleagues have previously held posts in public service. With this, he was teased by his ‘kuyas’ that he must try his luck in politics and run as a barangay councilor. He said that he feels awkward whenever such topics are being discussed.

All Giovan know is his true calling is to serve his community beyond Kalahi CIDSS.

Kalahi CIDSS is a poverty alleviating program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development that employs the process of community driven development to empower the community which would empower the people, promote good governance, and alleviate poverty in the community. ###

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DSWD MIMAROPA naglunsad ng dalawang skills training sa bayan ng Rizal

Game na game na sumabak ang mga kalahok ng skill training sa isang photo op.

Inilunsad ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  MIMAROPA sa ilalim ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program o 4Ps ang dalawang skills training sa bayan ng Rizal, Palawan.

Unang isinagawa ang ‘Skills Training on Banana and Pineapple Intercropping’ noong Enero 24 at 25 sa Barangay Culasian na dinaluhan ng 102 beneficiaries ng Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Indigenous People in Geographically Isolated and Disadvantage Area (MCCT-IP in GIDA) na nagmula sa nasabing lugar, gayundin sa Barangay Candawaga. Ito’y sinundan ng ‘Skills Training on Corn Production’ nitong Enero 26 at 27 sa Barangay Punta Baja na dinaluhan naman ng 74 benefeciaries ng naturang barangay.

Ang mga nasabing pagsasanay ay isinagawa sa pangunguna ni Lilibeth L. Quilang, Municipal Link. Layunin ng nasabing mga programa ang turuan ang mga IPs upang matulungan silang magkaroon ng sapat na pagkakakitaan na makakatulong sa kanilang pang araw-araw na pamumuhay.

Ayon kay Anitel B. Bitoon, Project Development Officer, ang MIMAROPA region lang ang may ganitong programa sa buong Pilipinas, kung saan magsasagawa sila ng skills training para sa mga beneficiaries, mamimigay ng mga binhi, abono at maging mga kagamitang kailangan sa pagtatanim. Ang mga benepisyaryo ay bibigyan ng 11 working days para sa pagtatanim ng kanilang mga punla sa sariling lupa, kung saan sila ay babayaran ng Php206 kada araw ng pagtatrabaho. Pagdating naman ng anihan, ang DSWD na rin ang bahalang maghanap ng bibili ng kanilang mga produkto at sila rin ang maghahati-hati ng kanilang benta. Dagdag pa ni Bb. Bitoon, umpisa pa lang ito sa ilan pang mga nakalinyang skills training na kanilang isasagawa sa iba pang barangay sa bayan ng Rizal.

Ayon naman kay G. Goldino R. Pitogo, 54 taong gulang at isa sa mga benepisyaryo ng Bgy. Punta Baja, napakalaking tulong sa kanya ang naturang training. Sampung taon na siyang nagtatanim ng mais at sa pamamagitan nito ay napatapos niya ng kolehiyo ang isa sa lima niyang anak at ngayon ay isa nang guro ng elementary school sa Brooke’s Point. Aniya, ngayon niya lang nalaman kung paano at ano ang pataba ang dapat gamitin sa kanyang pananim at ngayon niya lang din lubos na naintindihan na dapat talagang lagyan ng pataba ang kaniyang pananim para mas dadami pa ang kaniyang aanihin dulot na rin ng kondisyon ng kanyang lupa. Galak na galak niyang pinasalamatan ang mga 4th year BS Agriculture students ng Palawan State University Rizal Campus sa pangunguna ng kanilang director na si Gng. Melodia C. Salimbagat at adviser na si Bb. Michelle M. Bungalso. Sila Salimbagat at Bungalso ang nagsilbing resource speakers sa nasabing skills training.

Sa buong MIMAROPA Region, ang Palawan ang may pinakamaraming benepisyaryo ng MCCT-IP na umaabot sa humigit kumulang 7,000 IPs.### (Janice L. Quezon)

Source: Palawan News

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DSWD beneficiaries receive 143 goats for livelihood project

MAMBURAO, Occidental Mindoro- goat-2The Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA thru the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) in coordination with the local government unit, Occidental Mindoro Provincial Veterinarian Office has distributed a total of 143 goats to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries in barangay Balansay and Tangkalan in this town yesterday.

The livelihood project with Php497,200 fund aims to provide an alternative source of household income to 70 partner-beneficiaries thru goat farming.

SLP is a community-based capacity-building program that seeks to improve the socio-economic status of its participants, is implemented using the Community-Driven Enterprise Development approach which enables participants to contribute to production and labor markets by looking at available resources and accessible markets.###

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Buntal-weaving provides livelihood in Marinduque town

The buntal weavers in barangay Baliis, Sta. Cruz, Marinduque.

The buntal weavers in barangay Baliis, Sta. Cruz, Marinduque.

STA. CRUZ, Marinduque- About 44 residents of barangay Baliis in this town were trained on buntal-weaving sponsored by the Department of Agrarian Reform and Department of Trade and Industry  (DTI) with P67,000 Cash for Building Livelihood Asset from the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the Department and Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

Buntal is a very fine white fiber obtained from the stalks of unopened leaves of the talipot palm which was imported in nearby towns. It is weaved to form a cloth and colored in style before manufactured into products like hats, bags and wallets.

Sonia de Leon, SLP provincial coordinator said that the beneficiaries need support for the development of the Baliis weaving center to increase their production.

Aside from the 10-day skills training, two sewing machines were granted for the beneficiaries as part of the livelihood assistance.

On the other hand, DTI promised to showcase the manufactured products in an upcoming trade fest and product display in Manila.

Buntal-weavers are open for suggestions on enhancing and creating new products to get more market demand, added de Leon.

Quality products ready to sell.

Quality products ready for sale.

Finished products are now for sale such as ladies bags for only P650 pesos, sling bags at P350.00, folder at 250.00, wallets and coin purse at P30.00. For order and inquiries, visit the DSWD provincial office located at Provincial Capitol Compound, Boac and/or call at telephone number: (042) 754-0015.

SLP is a community-based capacity-building program that seeks to improve the socio-economic status of its participants, is implemented using the Community-Driven Enterprise Development approach which enables participants to contribute to production and labor markets by looking at available resources and accessible markets.###

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Listahanan identifies more than 600k poor children in MIMAROPA

playmateMALATE, Manila- The Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reveals about 666,974 poor children or 56.4 percent aged 0-18 years old of the 1,182,086 poor individuals  across the five provinces in MIMAROPA based on the 2015 household assessment.

From the total 1,163,842 children listed or 45.2 percent of 2,573,992 total assessed individuals, 602,025 (51.7%) are boys and 561,817 (48.3%) are girls.

In Occidental Mindoro, there are 122,369 (18.3%) poor children; 170,129 (25.5%) in Oriental Mindoro; 44,166  (6.6%) in Marinduque; 64,467 (9.7%) in Romblon; and 265,843 (39.9%) in Palawan.

The Listahanan database further showed that 418,919 (62.81%) poor children are attending school in all levels while another  14,332 (2.15%) children reported with  primary occupation which shows child labor cases regionwide.

There are 182,362 or  27.34% poor children belonging  to an Indigenous Peoples group.

On the other hand, 1,183 (0.18%) poor children recorded as pregnant during the assessment and 4,518 (0.68%) have disability.

The three towns with the most number of poor children are Puerto Princesa, Palawan with 34,944; San Jose, Occidental Mindoro with 33,192; and Balabac, Palawan with 23,908.

Meanwhile the three barangays with the most number of poor children are Bancalaan in Balabac Palawan with 6,079;  Panaytayan in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro with 4,731; Mangsee in Balabac, Palawan with 4,380.

Listahanan is a mechanism in identifying who and where the poor families are nationwide.

November is declared as the National Children’s Month according to Republic Act No. 10661 with this year’s celebration theme, ‘Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa lahat ng Bata.###

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Listahanan 2015 database re-launches in Romblon

ODIONGAN Romblon- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has re-launched the ‘Listahanan 2015 Database: Regional Profile of the Poor’ in this town yesterday, 14 October.

Results show that the town of San Jose Romblon posted the highest magnitude of identified poor with 1,030 (47.1%) poor households followed by Calatrava town with 871 (42.6%) poor households and on the 3rd rank was the town of Sta. Fe with 1,520 (41.7%) poor households.

In MIMAROPA region, from the 569,316 households assessed and validated, 207,863 or 36.5 percent are identified poor and in Romblon 19,860 households are identified as poor.

June this year, the ‘Listahanan 2015 Database’ was first launched in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. However, DSWD realized the need to intensify its campaign to other provinces knowing the geographical setting of the region.

The Provincial Government of Romblon and Philippine Health Insurance Corporation both shared their experiences in using the ‘Listahanan Data’ in the identification of potential beneficiaries of Social Protection Programs for the poor.

“We considered Listahanan as an important reference in the implementation of H.E.A.R.T. – health, education and environment, agriculture, revenue generation, tourism, transparency and true public service, for the people of Romblon towards sustainable and inclusive development,” said Bellie Faminialan of Provincial Social Welfare Office.

According to PhilHealth Officer Andrew Faa, health insurance in Romblon has now covered 98 percent of families from the 17 municipalities province wide.

Prior to the database launching, the Department displayed ‘Listahanan Exhibits’ in Romblon State University- Main Campus and in Provincial Capitol for public viewing and for increasing knowledge and awareness about statistics and profile of the poor particularly in Romblon province.

The re-launching aims to showcase the results of the second round household assessment, which was attended by various national and local government agencies and media partners. ###

 

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DSWD sets MOA signing, turn-over of IT equipment to OccMin towns for SPSI project

MALATE, Manila- The Social Protection Support Initiative (SPSI) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA sets a ceremonial signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) and turn-over of Information and Technology (IT) equipment for the towns of Occidental Mindoro on October 12, 2016 in Manila City.

SPSI is a convergence project of DSWD, Department of Health (DOH) and, Philippine Health insurance Corporation (PhilHealth). It aims to help targeted poor focusing the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries attain an improved level of well-being and economic status.

IT equipment  to be given are composed of 22 android tablets, 12 printers, 12 network  routers, 21 USB flash drives  and 21 powerbanks.

Recipients of the said equipment are the 11 towns in the province of Occidental Mindoro: Abra de Ilog, Calintaan, Looc, Lubang, Magsaysay, Mamburao, Paluan, Rizal, Sablayan, San Jose and Sta. Cruz.

Meanwhile, DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DOH Secretary, Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial and PhilHealth  OIC President  Ramon F. Aristoza, Jr will attend to grace the event.   Governor Mario Gene J. Mendiola and the  eleven local chief executives in Occidental Mindoro are also expected to be present. ###

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