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DSWD MIMAROPA conducts forum for 2019 Listahanan assessment


MAKATI City– In preparation for the upcoming Listahanan 3rd Round Household Assessment this year, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has organized a Stakeholders’ Forum on February 8, 2019, for the Provinces of MIMAROPA Region.

The objective of the said forum is to establish commitment among the Listahanan stakeholders particularly on the four phases of project implementation.

This commitment setting between the DSWD and Listahanan partners is to ensure that the integrity of the database cannot be compromised due to various political or personal interventions of the DSWD field workers and even prominent personalities or institutions in the localities.

DSWD MIMAROPA OIC- Regional Director Floreceli Gunio emphasized in her message, that “the important roles and contributions of partners, particularly in building awareness, monitoring and airing or reporting of grievances, to ensure the accuracy of results and the integrity of the Listahanan database is paramount in all phases of Listahanan national household assessment.”

As such, DSWD partners also expressed their commitment by posting   Listahanan advocacy tarpaulins in their respective offices once the household assessment kicks-off for the public awareness and community participation.

In this Listahanan 3, there are   622,230 target households (HHs) for assessment, of which 95,122 HHs for Occidental Mindoro province; 186,616 HHs in Oriental Mindoro;  50,618 HHs in Marinduque; 65,436 HHs in Romblon; and 224,438 HHs in Palawan.

The target HHs are based on the result of the 2015 HHs Assessment and the 2015 official census of population by the PSA.

Listahanan is a government mechanism that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide where the national database of poor HHs are being updated every four years as mandated by executive order 867. The first round of household assessment was conducted in 2009 and the second assessment was in 2015.

Meanwhile, 1,175 field staff will be hired for this 3rd assessment to administer house-to-house interview of the target households.###

 

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DSWD Listahanan holds 1st DPO regional conference on datasharing


MANILA City-  The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA through the Listahanan recently conducted the first Data Protection Officers (DPO) regional conference on February 6-7, 2019, along with the department’s data sharing protocols.

The regional DPO conference, in coordination with the National Privacy Commission (NPC), aims to orient the LISTAHANAN MIMAROPA partner stakeholders on salient provisions of the Data Privacy Act of 2012, enhance the data sharing mechanisms of LISTAHANAN, and assist the Listahanan partners in registration to the NPC DPO register.

Atty. Ivy Grace Villasoto of NPC emphasized that “Data Privacy Act or Republic Act No. 10173 protects individual personal information stored in information and communications systems of the government and the private sector. It aims to protect the fundamental human right to privacy while ensuring the free flow of information to promote innovation and growth”. NPC clarified that this does not limit the mobilization of people, instead, it inculcates the value of privacy in the government setting in the county.

The Regional DPO Conference is the first in the entire DSWD to call all DPOs for massive registration for the increased buy-in of Listahanan Database through the enhancement of Data Sharing Agreement, in which appointing of Data Protection Officer or DPO is one of the pre-requisite requirement in compliance with the privacy act.

RA 10173 defines personal information as any recorded information that would reveal the identity of an individual while sensitive personal information refers to an individual’s race, ethnic origin, marital status, age, color, and religious, philosophical or political affiliations, health, education, sexual life of a person, offenses, government-issued identification cards/numbers, and other classified information due to legal pronouncement.

Being one of the government agencies that process various sensitive and personal information of Filipinos benefitting various social protection programs, the DSWD wants to ensure the security of its systems.

“We at the government would like to preserve all information in the principle of confidentiality. Thus, the Listahanan Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) is our mechanism to safeguard sensitive and personal information in compliance with the data privacy act,” said former DSWD MIMAROPA Director Wilma D. Naviamos.

Listahanan MOA is a requirement in the data sharing guidelines to all partners who wish to access the list of poor households.

The NPC also cited other five requirements in order to become privacy compliant (1) Appoint a Data Protection Officer who will ensure the organization’s compliance with data privacy and security laws and regulations and also plans, implements, and evaluates policies for data privacy and security.; (2) Conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment; (3) Create a Privacy Manual; (4) Implement Privacy and Data Protection Measure; and (5) Exercise Breach Reporting Procedures.

The Listahanan DPO Conference was attended by representatives from different national government agencies, MIMAROPA local government units, people from the academe, and civil society organizations. ###

 

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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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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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DSWD Listahanan ends roadshow in Occidental Mindoro


Students of Occidental Mindoro State College participate the Listahanan Roadshow.

SAN JOSE-  The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA completed the Listahanan provincial roadshow in Occidental Mindoro.

Joined by students and local government employees and officials, the last stop of roadshows were conducted in Occidental Mindoro State College- Labangan Campus on November 20-21; San Jose Municipal Hall on November 22; and Occidental Mindoro Provincial Capitol in Mamburao town on November 23-24, 2017.

Earlier this year, roadshows were held in Marinduque, Palawan, and Oriental Mindoro provinces. In 2016, the first roadshow was held in Romblon.

“These roadshows aim to continue to advocate the regional profile of the poor to academe, local government units and the general public,” told Listahanan MIMAROPA Coordinator Ernie H. Jarabejo.

Listahanan is the government mechanism of identifying who and where the poor are nationwide. This system provides a database of poor families to social protection stakeholders which can be used as the basis for selecting potential beneficiaries of pro-poor programs and services.

In Occidental Mindoro out of 91,707 total households assessed and validated, 39, 182 or 47% are identified poor.

On the other hand, the provincial government of Occidental Mindoro has expressed the interest to enter into an agreement with DSWD to use the Listahanan data in planning and implementing local social protection programs.###

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DSWD MIMAROPA holds LGU dialogue for new Listahanan data sharing guidelines


LGU representatives during the dialogue for Palawan cluster held on October 10-11,2017.

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY-  In compliance with the Data Privacy Act, the Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA conducted a one-day dialogue for Palawan local government units (LGUs) to advocate the new data sharing protocols and guidelines yesterday in this city. 

 Data sharing is the last phase of the Listahanan project cycle which makes the data of poor households available to social protection stakeholders.

 “Data Privacy Act of 2012 or RA 10173 protects individual personal information stored in information and communications systems of the government and the private sector. It aims to protect the fundamental human right to privacy while ensuring the free flow of information to promote innovation and growth,” told Atty. Ma. Josefina Mendoza of National Privacy Commission.

 To establish a systematic way of data sharing, the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the stakeholder and the DSWD is also required.

 “All stakeholders requesting access to the 2015 Listahanan regional profile of the poor are required to designate a Data Protection Officer who shall plan, implement, and evaluate policies for data privacy and security,” said Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

 Data to be shared shall be used for purposes of social protection activities, added Jarabejo.

 On the other hand, LGUs can request statistical data of the poor through a letter to the DSWD enumerating the data needed and the reasons for the request.

DSWD reminds that all responsible persons guilty of violating RA 10173 may be sentenced from six months to seven years in prison and fined an amount ranging from 500 thousand to eight million, depending on the gravity and frequency of the crime committed.

 The said dialogue was participated by mayors, local social welfare and development officers and local planning development coordinators.

 Listahanan is the government mechanism of mapping out poor families in the country who eventually became beneficiaries of government’s pro-poor programs. ###

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DSWD holds Listahanan roadshow in Palawan


Western Philippines University- Aborlan campus students join the Listahanan Provincial Roadshow.

PUERTO PRINCESA City- In partnership with the local government of this city, Palawan State University, and Western Philippines University, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA held series of roadshow on Aug 14-19, 2017.

Dubbed as Listahanan Provincial Roadshow, the activity exhibited provincial poverty maps, quick statistics/facts about the regional profile of the poor based on the results of the 2015 Listahanan household assessment.

Listahanan is a government mechanism spearheaded by the DSWD, that identifies who and where the poor are. According to the database, from the 569,316 households assessed and validated regionwide, 207,863 or 35.5 per cent are identified poor.

In Palawan province, 83,520 households are identified as poor.  The towns of Balabac, Rizal and Quezon have the highest magnitude of poor identified.

“The roadshow aims to increase the awareness and educate the public about Listahanan and how the government scientifically targeted the poor and beneficiary selection of government social protection programs,” told Regional Coordinator Ernie Jarabejo.

It also provides an avenue to advocate the DSWD database as a basis for crafting local policies and programs for the poor and to serve as baseline data for academic research purposes and community immersion projects.

Aside from the exhibit, orientations were conducted highlighting the Data Sharing Protocols and Guidelines.

In the new and revised Listahanan Memorandum of Agreement, any group or organization planning to have a full access to the complete profile of the poor must comply the provisions stipulated in the Data Privacy Act of 2012. ###

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