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Pantawid Pamilya MIMAROPA recognizes partners on Health and Education

Malate, Manila – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office MIMAROPA through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program recognizes the efforts and services of partner stakeholders (Pantawid Focals) from the schools and health centers through conducting the Search for Best Pantawid Focal on Health and Education on April. The activity is part of the efforts of the program to strengthen partnership with different stakeholders for a more effective and efficient delivery of the program’s services and initiatives.

Since its implementation, the program has been partnering with the Department of Health (DOH) and Department of Education (DepEd) to monitor the compliance of the beneficiaries to the program’s conditionalities on health and education. The schools and health centers assign a Pantawid focal to submit the necessary documents to verify their compliance.

The Search for Pantawid Focal provided Certificate of Recognition to all focal persons who have been serving for more than 2 years. Meanwhile, the focals on health and education who have exerted efforts beyond their duties and responsibilities to ensure the welfare of the beneficiaries were given the title Best Pantawid Focal on Health and Best Pantawid Focal on Education.

Each province nominated their best Pantawid focal on the Health and Education Category. The finalists in the Health category are: Eden Favila of Panitian National High School, Sofronio Española, Palawan; Cesar G. Castillo of Dayhagan National High School, Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro; Geralyn Fajilan of Mabini National High School, Corcuera, Romblon; Jessie G. Santiago of Magsaysay National High School, Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro; and Ma. Luisa C. Fellizar of Timbo Elementary School, Buenavista, Marinduque. Meanwhile, for the Health category, the nominees are: Elvira A. Manga, of Dumarao Barangay Health Station, Roxas, Palawan; Lina F. Fruelda of San Roque Health Station, Corcuera, Romblon; Carmelita T. Disor of Rural Health Unit, Lubang Occidental Mindoro; and Nelly T. Lusterio of Bansud Health Center, Bansud, Oriental Mindoro.

After the screening and validation of Pantawid MIMAROPA, Nelly from Bansud Health Center, Bansud, Oriental Mindoro was awarded as the Best Pantawid Focal on Health while Geralyn from Mabini Nationl High School, Corcuera, Romblon, was awarded as the Best Pantawid Focal on Education.

Aside from serving as a Midwife III in Bansud Health Station, Nelly T. Lusterio was assigned as the Pantawid focal on health in the municipality since the start of the program in 2009. Throughout her years in service, she assures that the beneficiaries of the program will receive the right health services and attain knowledge on the significance of availing these services especially the Indigenous People (IP) beneficiaries who constitute a great portion of the families she monitors. She conducts home visitation to beneficiaries who are non-compliant to follow-up on the reason of non-compliance and to explain to them the importance of the program and its advocacies on helping them through investing on health and nutrition of their families.

Meanwhile, Geralyn, a Pantawid focal on Education for four years, has been providing services to the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beyond her duty of monitoring the compliance verification of the program’s monitored children in Mabini National Highschool in Brgy. Mabini, Corcuera, Romblon. She established the 4Ps Club in 2018 to organize the 412 student beneficiaries of their school in strengthening the advocacy of the program. Through this club, Geralyn aims to strengthen the sense of responsibility and leadership of the students as well as boost their confidence of being a Pantawid beneficiary.

Both Pantawid focals will attend the National Partnership Summit in Metro Manila on May to be awarded together with the other focals of the region.

The program will continue its partnership with DepEd and DOH in line with its objectives to invest on the health and education of the children to improve their quality of life. ###

 

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Bahay Kanlungan sa Paliparan, Soon to Rise in Palawan

Puerto Princesa City, Palawan—The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), Department of Justice (DOJ)- Inter Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT), Provincial Government of Palawan (PGP), and the City Government of Puerto Princesa signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the operation of the Bahay Kanlungan sa Paliparan (BKP), the Airport Halfway/Safe House for at-risked and trafficked Persons.

As members of the Inter Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT), the agencies involved pushed for the realization of the BKP to serve as a temporary shelter for persons-at-risk and trafficked persons, especially women and children.

In the latest data available, a total of 100 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) cases have been recorded from 2011-2018 in MIMAROPA. Of the 100 cases, Palawan holds the highest record with a total of 61 cases intercepted. In addition, victims coming from other cross-regions using Palawan as a backdoor exit has virtually increased. Most of these victims come from Central Visayas (53), Central Luzon (52), CALABARZON (45), National Capital Region (37), Davao (13) and Cagayan Valley (12). In total, TIP cases coming from other regions hit a 280-record.

CAAP will be funding the construction of the facility allotting a total of 30 Million peso Gender and Development (GAD) fund. Once done, BKP will provide a 24-hour service or a one-stop-shop, including temporary protective care and psychological services, counselling, and other services to walk-in, referred, and rescued victims of human trafficking.

“CAAP commits that our resources will be utilized to support a national agenda,” said CAAP Asst. Director General Atty. Joseph Rey Gumabon.

On the other hand, the DSWD will be providing technical assistance in handling trafficking cases and victim processing, as well as the provision of necessary funds to cater the victims. While the PGP and the CGPP will be providing funding for the necessary operations and maintenance of the BKP.

“As co-chair in IACAT, we, in the department, has been an active partner in combatting [human] trafficking,” shared DSWD Undersecretary for Operations, Aimee Torrefranca-Neri. According to her, the construction of the BKP is a welcome development not only in MIMAROPA, but also in the whole country considering BKP in Palawan is just the first of its kind.

BKP is expected to be in operation in the year 2020.

Provincial Governor Jose CH. Alvarez, Department of Justice (DOJ) Assistant Secretary George Orcullo Ortha, DOJ-IACAT Executive Director Rudiger G. Falcis, and DSWD MIMAROPA OIC-Regional Director Floreceli G. Gunio were also present during the MOA Signing.

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Bangwayin Peanut SLP Association starts their Peanut Production

Bangwayin Peanut SLP Association is an association in  Torrijos, Marinduque with 22 members who are mostly farmers. They have a proposed group project of Peanut Production, that was funded last July 24, 2018 with a total of PHP 220,000.00.

From August to September, the association has started the land preparation including site selection, land clearing, and land cultivation. Then, they began planting peanut last October with nine salop of peanut seeds to an estimated land area of 300 square meters.

The staff of Department of Social Welfare and Development assigned in Torrijos joined the planting of peanut and gave technical assistance on their projects. After three months from the date of planting, project participants expect to harvest ten sacks of peanut from their first production cycle. Participants target small businesses in Torrijos which use peanuts as raw materials for their products such as peanut butter. The association is planning to expand and increase their production volume for the succeeding cycles of their project and also to seek other possible consumers/ buyers from neighboring municipalities to sustain the supply of peanut. ###

Contributor:

Arjay Historillo, Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

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DSWD MIMAROPA kinilala ang mga iba’t ibang partners sa 2018 Gawad Listahanan

Mga representante mula sa iba’t ibang sangay ng pamhalaan at sektor ng lipunan.

ODIONGAN ROMBLON- Kinilala ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) – MIMAROPA Region ang ilang stakeholders at partners nito sa pamamagitan ng 2018 Gawad Listahanan na ginanap sa nasabing bayan nitong Martes, November 27.

Ang mga nasabing parangal at pagkilala na ibinigay ng DSWD-MIMAROPA ay bilang pasasalamat sa walang sawang pagsuporta sa mga awardee sa Listatahan database at iba pang proyekto ng nasabing departamento.

Ilan sa mga kinilala ng DSWD-MIMAROPA ay ang local government units ng Puerto Galera sa Oriental Mindoro; Brooke’s Point at Rizal sa Palawan; at ang Provincial Government ng Romblon dahil sa commitment ng mga ito sa DSWD na gamitin ang Listahanan databse.

Kinilala rin ang Philippine Statistics Authority-MIMAROPA, National Economic and Development Authority-MIMAROPA, at Philippine Health Insurance Corporation-MIMAROPA bilang pinaka-supportive na National Government Agency sa buong MIMAROPA.

Samantala, ang Romblon State University, Marinduque State College, Occidental Mindoro State College, Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology, Divine Word College of Calapan, Palawan State University – PPC Campus, Western Philippines University – Aborlan Campus, ay kinilala rin ng Department of Social Welfare and Development – MIMAROPA dahil sa suporta ng mga ito sa ginanap na 2015 Listahanan road show sa kanilang mga campus.

Pinarangalan rin ng DSWD-MIMAROPA ang Romblon News Network bilang Best Online Media Network sa MIMAROPA, dahil sa pagtulong nito sa departamento na ipaalam sa publiko ang mga programa, aktibidad, at accomplishments ng mga ito. Gayun rin ang government media na binubuo ng Philippine Information Agency – Romblon, Philippine Information Agency – Palawan, Philippine Information Agency – Oriental Mindoro, Radyo Pilipinas – Palawan, at Philippine News Agency – Palawan.

Samantala, kinilala rin bilang Romblon’s best Convergence Initiatives ang Municipal Action Team (MAT) ng bayan ng Odiongan, samantalang first runner-up ang MAT ng bayan ng Ferrol, sinundan ng MAT ng bayan ng Magdiwang at MAT ng bayan ng Santa Fe.

Ang Listahanan o kilala ring National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) ay isang information management system kung saan pwedeng malaman ang mga miyembro ng poorest sector at kanilang mga lugar.

Malaking tulong umano ito sa national government agencies, at local government units sa pagtukoy ng posible nilang beneficiaries sa kanilang mga programa.

Source:  Romblon Network News

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DSWD MIMAROPA bags national award

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office MIMAROPA  was accorded the “Best Statistical Activity Conducted by a Government Organization” award during the closing ceremony of the 29th National Statistics Month (NSM) held on October 29 in Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas,  Manila City.

The award was given by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) under the 28th NSM Awards.

Jason Eco Oliverio, information officer for the Listahanan (Talaan ng Pamilyang Nangangailangan) of the regional field office, said they received the award for holding the “4th Listahanan Anti-Poverty Symposium” as part of the statistics month celebration on October 17, 2017, in Boac, Marinduque.

“Naging entry natin ‘yong symposium na ginagawa every October 17 to end poverty. Ngayong taon sa Romblon po ‘yong symposium natin,” Oliverio said.

The theme of the symposium last year that gave them the award in 2018 is “Answering the Call of October 7 to End Poverty: A Path Towards Peaceful and Inclusive Societies.”

The symposium was held in cooperation with the Marinduque State College (MSC) in commemoration of the United Nations (UN) International Day for the Eradication of Extreme Hunger and Poverty.

He said it is a call “to end extreme hunger and poverty along with the Listahanan initiatives in increasing the awareness of MIMAROPA residents on the regional profile of the poor, providing all stakeholders a solid and evidenced-based statistics according to the nationwide household assessment results.”

“Receiving the award means the DSWD MIMAROPA Listahanan has shown significant and distinct initiatives and contributions to popularizing statistics through the holding of symposiums that give a face to their content,” he said.

Oliverio said through the Listahanan’s collected statistical data, local government units (LGUs) can be helped to make sound decisions to address extreme hunger and poverty effectively.

Based on the Listahanan 2015 database, out of 584,562 households assessed and validated regionwide, an estimated 221,324 or 39 percent have been identified as poor.

Of the total number, there are 55,363 poor households in Oriental Mindoro; 39,182 in Occidental Mindoro; 14,051 in Marinduque; 20,777 in Romblon; and 91,951 in Palawan.###

Source: Palawan News

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Listahanan MIMAROPA wagi sa 29th NSM statistical exhibit

Tinanggap ni Jennel Maquiñana ng DSWD Listahanan ang certificate of recognition mula sa mga opisyales ng PSA MIMAROPA.

CALAPAN CITY-  Tumanggap ng pagkilala ang DSWD MIMAROPA mula sa Philippine Statistics Authority o PSA MIMAROPA bilang nanguna sa patimpalak sa statistical exhibit  bilang bahagi ng 29th National Statistics Month (NSM) kahapon, Oktubre 27.

Ipinakita ng DSWD ang mga estadistika ukol sa mga mahihirap na sambahayan o profile of the poor sa rehiyon  na nakalap ng Listahanan sa isinagawang 2015 Household Assessment.  Ayon sa nasabing talaan, umabot sa 584,562 ang kabuang bilang ng sambahayang sa limang probinsya ang natasa. Mula sa bilang na ito, 221,324 o 37.9 porsyento ng mga sambahayan ang natukoy na mahihirap.

Ang nasabing pagkilala ay iginawad kahapon bilang opisyal na pagtatapos ng selebrasyon ng statistics month.

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Listahanan MIMAROPA commemorates international day to end hunger, poverty thru symposium

Participants of the 5th Listahanan Antipoverty Symposium held in Odiongan Romblon.

ROMBLON —The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA commemorates United Nation’s October 17 International Day for Eradication of Extreme Hunger and Poverty, along with the 29th National Statistics Month through the Listahanan Antipoverty Symposium in Odiongan today.

The symposium is on its 5th year and this year’s commemoration theme is “Coming together with those furthest behind to build an inclusive world of universal respect for human rights and dignity.”

During the Symposium, Romblon Provincial Government showcased their antipoverty programs dubbed as iHEART or Infrastructure, Health, Education, Agriculture, Resource Generation, and Tourism. The Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Romblon District shared the role of PAO in the protection of human rights. And the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program has presented the gains and experience of the program at the grassroots, particularly in Romblon.

The Anti-Poverty Symposium is held every year to expand advocacy efforts for October 17 in overcoming extreme hunger and poverty.

The Listahanan also known as National Household Targeting System for PovertyReduction, as the official targeting system and is mandated to hold a database of poor and non-poor individuals in the Philippines encourages all stakeholders to access this database for their social protection and social welfare development programs. Since 2014, Listahanan MIMAROPA has committed itself and makes it a regular activity to join the October 17 commemoration for the World Day for Overcoming Extreme Poverty, with a dedicated annual budget to conduct a symposium that tackles anti-poverty initiatives.

The Listahanan Antipoverty Symposium was attended by different government agencies, civil society groups and academe.

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Pagsaulog 2018: A Fusion of Culture, Volunteerism and Collective Action

Malate, Manila—The 2nd National Community Volunteers’ Congress and 4th National Bayani Ka Awards was successfully conducted last October 2-4, 2018 in Cebu City. It was attended by at least 260 community volunteers of DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS and Local Government Unit (LGU) officials from across the country. The event’s theme is “Pagsaulog” a Visayan word which means festivity or celebration. This occasion celebrated the the noteworthy contribution of the Community Volunteers towards the success of the Kalahi-CIDSS program. More so, the occasion hailed the exemplary Kalahi-CIDSS Operation and Maintenance (O&M) groups that were awarded as “Bayani” during each region’s Regional Bayani Ka! Awards. These groups were awarded the prestigious Bayani Ka Award because of their remarkable ways of mobilizing their communities towards a collective community action.

The participants were welcomed by DSWD Field Office 7 Assistant Regional Director for Operations (ARDO) Shalaine Lucero. ARDO Lucero mentioned in her speech the importance of the Community Volunteers in Kalahi-CIDSS. “Walang Kalahi-CIDSS kung wala ang mga masisipag na community volunteers” [There is no Kalahi-CIDSS without the industrious Community Volunteers]. ARDO Shalaine’s speech was followed by the presentation of the current state of the Kalahi-CIDSS program by the National Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Miss Abegail dela Cruz. This presentation was proceeded with the Communication Specialist Miss Maria Rosario Lagman’s presentation of the current status of Volunteerism in the Philippines. To conclude the first day of the activity, the participants were pampered with free massage and free nail care services courtesy of DSWD Field Office 7.

On the second day, the delegates were divided into three groups to visit the municipalities of Moalboal, Pinamungajan, and Dalaguete in Cebu. The field visit was conducted to serve as an avenue of exchange of knowledge between the community volunteers from the three visited Kalahi-CIDSS municipalities and the delegates of the National Community Volunteers’ Congress.

While the volunteers were on immersion, the LGU officials had an executive meeting with the Municipal Inter-Agency Committee of their visited municipalities. They shared their ideas and strategies on how Community-Driven Development (CDD) could be institutionalized in their respective municipalities.

The volunteers had sessions where they shared their knowledge on their project implementation techniques. They also had discussions about the opportunities given to them because of their involvement with the Kalahi-CIDSS program. Before returning to Cebu City to complete their field visit, the participants went to different sub-project sites in their visited municipalities.

On the last day of the activity, the participants had an open forum on their field immersion with the Community Volunteers from Cebu. The participants shared their learning and their insights. They also committed to share these learning and insights to their co-volunteers once they return to their communities.

In the evening of the last day of Pagsaulog2018, the notable volunteer groups were hailed and honored on the 4th National Bayani Ka! Awards. Almost 106 volunteer groups from nine award categories were honored. ###

 

 

The SAMAMAKAY Organization from Torrijos Marinduque accepts their development incentive prize as one of the winners under the Gender and Development category during the 4th National Bayani Ka! Awards

 

The Sitio Calusa Community Water Tank Sanitation Association from Cagayancillo, Palawan (as represented by their mayor Hon. Lourde Lanoy) receives their award as one of the winners under the Indegenous People’s Welfare category during the 4th National Bayani Ka! Awards

 

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