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300 na SLP Participants, nagtapos sa Taytay, Palawan

TAYTAY, PALAWAN –Upang suportahan ang layunin ng Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) na maitaas ang antas ng kakayanan ng mga kalahok sa pamamagitan ng pagsasanay, matagumpay na nagsipagtapos ang 300 na iskolar sa ilalim ng iba’t ibang kursong bokasyonal noong ika-2 ng Oktubre 2017 sa Taytay, Palawan.

Kaagapay ang San Brendan College, nagtapos ang mga kalahok sa mga sumusunod na kursong bokasyonal:

  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II
  • Tile Setting NC II
  • Plumbing NC II
  • Masonry NC II
  • Automotive Servicing NC II
  • Carpentry NC II
  • Cookery NC II
  • Refrigeration and Airconditioning NC II

“We are not competing with educational institutions, rather we are providing opportunities for disadvantaged community constituents so they can have access to job opportunities,” ani Ginoong Domingo V. Agra, SLP Regional Program Coordinator.

Marami sa mga kalahok ay sumali sa programa upang madagdagan pa ang kaalaman sa kasalukuyang trabaho. “Nagluluto na po talaga ako. Malaking tulong ang training na ito para mag-level up sa trabaho. Pangarap ko po talagang magtrabaho sa hotel kaya lumaki ang chance ko na makapasok dahil nadagdagan ang kaalaman at kasanayan ko,” Roselyn S. Elocat, nagtapos ng Cookery NC II.

“Dapat nating ilabas ang ating nalalaman. Ako may edad na ako pero gusto ko pa din matuto. Nahasa ko pa lalo ang kasanayan ko sa trabaho at dahil sa trabaho ko ay napagtapos ko ang aking mga anak,” ani Jim Molid, nagtapos ng Refrigeration and Airconditioning NC II.

Bukod sa pagbibigay ng libreng pagsasanay, ang Department of Social Welfare and Development ay patuloy na gagabay sa mga kalahok hanggang sila ay magkaroon ng trabaho.

 

 

 

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Convergence conducts Mangrove Planting in Torrijos

To exercise the social responsibility of the employees through environmental conservation, the Convergence team of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) composed of Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), and Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) organized a mangrove planting activity in Torrijos, Marinduque last September 29, 2017.

Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) partners, Parent Leaders, and Local Government Unit of Brgy. Kay Duke showed their support in rehabilitating the mangrove site. This activity aimed to provide a safer environment for the inhabitants of the coastal community.

Through this activity, employees and volunteers were able to contribute in the restoration of the mangrove, improvement of air quality, and protection of aquatic animals. Join us in serving Torrijos!

Contributor:

Fatima Concepcion Pelaez, Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

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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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Cash to Flash: Multi-Purpose Production Center Arise

Through the combined efforts of all the members, Mamamayan ng Sihi Kaagapay sa Pag-unlad (MASIKAP) Cooperative of Brgy. Sihi, Buenavista received a Cash for Work worth Php 68,186.00 last September 20, 2017 for the construction of their multi-purpose production center.

The Norwegian Mission Alliance Philippines (NMAP), the cooperative’s partner agency, provided construction materials for the processing center. They can already use the facility to put and assemble their sewing machines and other tools and equipment. They can start making garments, process meats, and other products.

The MASIKAP Cooperative is composed of 33 members, with 20 Pantawid beneficiaries. Each participant received Php 2,351.25 for the 11 working days of CBLA. Though a bit delayed due to rainy weather condition in Marinduque, the production center was constructed from September 12, 2017 to October 3, 2017.

Contributor:

Cherilyn Malimata , Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

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Marinduque’s Out-of-School Youth now Job-Ready Graduates

Last September 15, 2017, Epson Philippines conducted a mini job fair in Marinduque Technical and Vocational Institute (MTVI) where Pantawid Out-of-School Youth (OSY) from Boac and Gasan served as applicants.

Epson and the Provincial Public Employment Service Office (PESO) facilitated the examination and interview where 19 applicants passed. They are expected to report in Epson Precision Philippines Incorporated in Lipa, Batangas as soon as they complete the medical examination and all other documentary requirements.

A total of PHP 5,000.00 under the Pre-Employment Assistance Fund modality was given to each applicant to be used in processing their requirements. This project aims to capacitate out-of-school youth for better employment opportunities.

Contributor:

Jacqueline L. Ejanda, Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

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Listahanan nagsagawa ng dayalogo sa mga lokal na pamahalaan sa MIMAROPA

MAKATI City- Pinangunahan ng Listahanan ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA ang isang dayalogo na dinaluhan ng ibat ibang representante ng mga  lokal na pamahalaan mula sa mga probinsya ng Mindoro, Marinduque at Romblon ngayong araw dito sa nasabing lungsod.

Layunin ng nasabing dayalogo na hikayatin ang mga kalahok upang pumasok sa isang kasundaan sa pagitan ng DSWD  at ng lokal na pamahalaan para maging kaisa sa pagsugpo ng kahirapan partikular na sa MIMAROPA.

Kabilang sa mga dumalo ang ilang mayor, local social welfare and development officers at local planning and development coordinators.

Ayon kay DSWD Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos,  gamit ang Listahanan database mas mapapabilis ang pagkilala at pagtukoy sa mga benepisyaryo ng iba’t ibang programang panlipunan ng nasyonal at lokal na pamahalaan

Nakatakda naman ang susunod na dayalogo para sa probinsya ng Palawan sa ikalawang linggo sa susunod na buwan na gaganapin sa lungsod ng Puerto Princesa.

Ang Listahanan ay isang pamamaraan ng pamahalaan para tukuyin at kilalanin kung sinu-sino at nasaan ang mga mahihirap sa bansa. Ayon sa pinakahuling datos nito, umabot sa 207,863 o 36.5 percent ng mga sambahayan sa buong rehiyon ang natukoy na mahihirap.###

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Hinadharan SLPA receives grant from DOLE Marinduque

Last September 11, 2017, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) awarded the DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP) grant amounting to PHP 486,795.00 to the Hinadharan Sustainable Livelihood Program Association (SLPA).

The Hinadharan Pantawid Sustainable Livelihood Program Association was formed and organized last March 15, 2016. The association is composed of 14 Pantawid beneficiaries who are tenant-laborers/farmers from Brgy. Hinadharan, Mogpog, Marinduque.

These farmers work whole day under the heat of the sun, yet the wage they get can barely support the basic needs of their families. During the conduct of Participatory Livelihood Issue Analysis (PLIA), the members came up to an idea to establish a bakery as a means of income generation. Two Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries have worked as master bakers, giving the proposal an edge for great market opportunity.

Barangays Hinadharan, Sayao, Mendez, and Pili are the projected primary consumers of the livelihood project while Brgy. Sta. Cruz is the secondary target market. The bakery will house affordable and tasty pandesal, monay, ensaymada, buns, and many more items.

The proposed livelihood project was approved for Seed Capital Fund (SCF) amounting to PHP 140,000.00 and was awarded last June 17, 2016. To be able to materialize the project, the Municipal Action Team of Mogpog tapped the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for additional funding.

The association started the implementation by procuring all the needed materials and equipment. The elected SLPA officers will lead the management of the bakery. Aside from DOLE’s assessment on financial and labor component of the project, SLP will also continue to monitor the beneficiaries to assure the success of the project.

Other government agencies such as Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will assist in market linkage while Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) will provide bread and pastry production training.

The SLPA envisions that the project would create a sustainable livelihood for its members to alleviate malnutrition and poverty among families.

Contributor:

Marieta J. Manzo, Project Development Officer II, Marinduque

 

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DSWD MIMAROPA, Maxicare conduct mobile medical check-up for staff

MALATE MANILA – In pursuit to strengthen the Employee Wellness Program of Department of Social Welfare and Development MIMAROPA, a Maxicare Mobile Clinic was set up in the Regional Field Office which provided accessible Annual Physical Examination (APE) for employees last Wednesday, August 30.

The said activity aims to promote healthier lifestyle among DSWD staff and to provide accessible medical care to them.

Maxicare Mobile Clinic saves time, money and effort of our DSWD staff in accessing the medical services they needed,” says Rose Jean Mayrena, HROfficer.

Medical Services provided include urinalysis, blood pressure test, blood chemistry test, pop smear, ECG, X-Ray, and general physical examination.

APE is promoted to employees in order to: 1) check for possible diseases so they can be treated early; 2) identify any issues that may become medical concerns in the future; 3) update necessary immunizations; and 4) ensure that staff are maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine.

Mobile Medical Check-up was one of the initiatives of Human Resource Development Unit (HRDU) in partnership with the Social Welfare Employees Association of the Philippines (SWEAP) and Maxicare Healthcare Corporation.

This is in accordance to Memorandum Circular #13 Series of 2013 or Guidelines in Promoting Wellness in DSWD which states that the Department shall provide opportunities for employees to nurture relationships, avoid burn-out, de-stress and maintain their passion for work. ###

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