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Mga kawani ng DSWD MIMAROPA, nakipagtagisan sa taunang sportsfest


Parada ng mga lipi bilang panimula ng DSWD MIMAROPA sports fest.

MALATE, Manila- Sa katatapos lamang na 2017 sports festival ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA, muling pinatunayan ng mga kawani ang kanilang galing sa larangan ng sports at larong Pinoy.

Labanan ng Lipi ang naging tema ng palaro kung saan apat na katutubong tribo ang binuo at nagsipagsiklaban. Ito ay ang Tagbanwa, Iraya, Bantoanon, at Hanunuó.

Bilang panimula ng sports fest, isang payak na parada na dinaluhan ng mga kawani at ng apat na lipi na may kanya-kanyang lakambini at lakandula bilang representante ng tribo. Isa namang sayawan o zumba ang inihanda at sa pagtatapos ng opening celebration, isang masayang  kainan o boodle fight ang pinagsaluhan ng lahat.

Karaniwan sa naging mga patimpalak sa sports ang basketball, dart, chess, volleyball, table tennis at badminton para sa mga kababaihan at kalalakihan. Samantalang nagkaron din ng iba’t ibang laro ng lahi na mas nagpakulay nang nasabing festival.

Labanan sa larong basketball ng mga kababaihang Iraya at Tagbanwa.

Sa pangunguna ng Human Resource and Development Unit, isinasagawa ang sports festival upang mas lalong mapaigting ang samahan ng mga kawani sa loob ng departamento. “Ito rin ay naglalayong mabigyan sila ng pagkakataong maglibang at paraan ng stress debriefing mula sa bigat ng kani-kanilang mga trabaho,” ang pahayag ni Rose Jean Mayrena HR officer.

Samantala, itinanghal na pangkabuang kampeon ang grupo ng Iraya, pumangalawa ang grupo ng Tagbanwa, pangatlo ang Bantoanon at pang-apat ang grupo ng Hanunuó.

Nagkamit naman ng tropeyo at cash prize ang mga nanalong grupo. Ginawaran din ng certificate appreciation ang mga kawani na nagwagi sa mga larong pang-indibidwal.  ###

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Noo’y Utak Talangka, Ngayo’y Utak MANHAK: Kwento ng Tagumpay ng Blue Crab Fattening Production ng SLP MANHAK Association


 

Bago ito nagawa, yung project namin, napakahirap talaga ng dinaanan namin. Mahirap po pala kapag hindi naniniwala sa’yo ang mga taong nasa paligid mo, yung hihilahin ka pa nila pababa. ‘Yun po ang pinanghawakan ko, sabi ko sa sarili ko na ‘talagang itutuloy ko ito, hindi pwede na magpapatalo kami sa mga sabi-sabi,” ito ang mga katagang sinambit ni Luz E. Soriano, Presidente ng SLP MANHAK Association, ng tanungin siya ukol sa mga pagsubok na kanilang pinagdaanan bago makamit ang tagumpay ng kanilang Blue Crab Fattening Production.

Ang Blue Crab Fattening Production ng SLP MANHAK Association (Sustainable Livelihood Program – Manggagawang Aktibo na Naglalayong Harapin ang Kinabukasan), sa gabay at suporta ng Sustainable Livelihood Program ng Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office MIMAROPA Region, ang hinirang na ‘Kampyon’ sa kategoryang Micro-Enterprise sa nakaraang SLP Bangon Kabuhayan 2017.

Bayanihan: Sandata sa Kahirapan

BAYANIHAN. Ang miyembro ng SLP MANHAK Asosasyon at kanilang pamilya ay nagtulungan at nagbayanihan upang mabuo ang kanilang proyekto.

Nagsimula ang proyekto noong Disyembre 2015 sa Brgy. Manhac, Looc, Romblon.

Dahil napapalibutan ng karagatan at kabundukan ang kanilang lugar at sagana ito sa yamang dagat, napagpasyahan ng grupo na pagpapataba ng alimasag ang kanilang gawing proyekto.

Sa kanilang laban sa kahirapan, pamilya at pagbabayanihan ang kanilang naging sandigan.

Nagtulungan ang mga miyembro ng MANHAK, pati ang kanilang pamilya, upang mabuo ang proyekto – simula sa paghahabi ng net, pagtatayo ng cage, paghuli at pagpapataba ng alimasag.

“Dahil wala naman po kaming totoong sweldo sa pagtayo nito, pagbabayanihan po ginawa namin para tuloy-tuloy po. ‘Yun pong mga asawa at anak namin, nagtulong-tulong po kami sa pagbubuhat… sa lahat, para matapos po ito,” sambit ni Luz na may ningning sa kanyang mga mata.

Pati ang iba’t-ibang ahensya ng gobyerno ay nagtulungan upang suportahan ang proyekto. Naglaan ng P525, 741.00 ang SLP-DSWD para sa Skills Training at Cash for Building Livelihood Assets (CBLA) para sa pagtatayo ng kanilang ‘Foot Bridge at Bamboo Cottage’; nagbigay naman ang Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) at Department of Science and Techlogy (DOST) ng training ukol sa pagnenegosyo at teknolohiya sa pagpapataba ng alimasag; sinuportahan naman ng Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) ang pagbibigay permit para mag-operate ang asosasyon, nagsagawa ng ‘Food for Work’ ang Municipal Social Welfare and Development (MSWDO) at nagbigay ng environmental permit ang Local Government Unit (LGU) ng Looc, Romblon upang magamit ng asosasyon ang lugar na pinagtirikan ng kanilang proyekto.

 

Women Empowerment

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT. Siyam (9) sa 10 miyembro ng asosasyon ay babae. Katuwang ang kanilang pamilya, sila ang gumagawa ng mabibigat na trabaho tulad ng pagbubuhat ng kawayan, paggawa ng ‘cage’ ng mga alimasag at pagsisid sa karagatan.

Bukod sa pagbabayanihan, ipinamalas din ng grupo ang ‘Women Empowerment’, siyam (9) sa 10 miyembro ng SLP MANHAK Association ay kababaihan. Higit sa lahat, babae ang kanilang presidente.

Pinatunayan ng asosasyon na hindi basehan ang kasarian upang maging matagumpay sa buhay.

Ang mga kababaihan ng SLP MANHAK Assoc., katuwang ang kanilang pamilya, ang nagpasan ng mabibigat na trabaho tulad ng paghahabi ng net, paggawa ng ‘Cage’ ng talangka, pagtatayo ng tulay at pagsisid sa karagatan.

“Kami po talagang gumawa ng lahat ng makikita ninyo dito. Kami po ang naglala ng mga net, nagbuhat ng mga kawayan para po mabuo ang aming cage at tulay. Sumisisid din po kami sa karagatan para po manguha ng mga talangka na aming papatabain, pagmamalakaing sambit ni Luz habang inaalala ang malaking kontribusyon ng kababaihan sa kanilang proyekto.

Kirot ng kahirapan ng buhay

Bago natikman ng grupo ang tagumpay, mas masakit pa siguro sa nasipit ng alimasag ang kanilang naranasan.

Noong hindi pa nagsisimula ang proyekto, kumikirot ang kanilang puso na makita ang kanilang pamilya na hikahos sa buhay — hindi sapat ang kanilang kita sa pangingisda sa pang araw-araw na gastusin, hindi sila makabili ng kagamitan sa bahay at higit sa lahat wala silang pantustos sa edukasyon ng mga anak.

“Mahirap po talaga ang buhay namin bago itong proyekto. Kulang pa minsan sa pangkain namin. Tapos napilitan akong patigilin yung college ko na nag-aaral ng Political Science. Masakit po para sa isang magulang na patigilin ang kanilang mga anak,” sagot ni Luz habang nanginginig ang kanyang boses sa pagpigil sa pagpatak ng luha sa kanyang mga mata.

Bukod pa rito, dahil sa hindi naman madaliang makita at makamtan ang bunga ng paghihirap, marami rin sa mga miyembro ng SLP MANHAK Association ang pinanghinaan ng loob sa kalagitnaan ng kanilang proyekto. Kumalas sila sa asosasyon sa pag-aakalang hindi magtatagumpay ang proyekto.

“Marami po ang umalis sa grupo namin dahil nga po wala naman kaming sweldo sa paggawa nito. Simula po 23 miyembro eh 10 nalang po kami. Kami po yung nagtiwala talaga na magiging matagumpay po itong proyekto naming ito. Kahit wala agad kita simula, go pa rin po kami,” paliwanag ni Luz kung bakit nangalahati nalang ang miyembro ng asosasyon.

 

Taba ng Talangka tungo sa Malusog na Pamumuhay

KAMPYON. Ang Blue Crab Fattening Production ng SLP MANHAK Association, sa gabay at suporta ng SLP-DSWD MIMAROPA, ang hinirang na ‘Kampyon’ sa kategoryang Micro-Enterprise sa nakaraang SLP Bangon Kabuhayan 2017.

Sa tiwala, bayanihan at gabay ng may kapal, naging malusog din ang pamumuhay ng mga taga-SLP MANHAK Assoc. tulad ng mga pinataba nilang alimasag.

Kung dati, ang kita ng bawat miyembro ay 0 hanggang 100 piso, ngayon ay kumikita na sila ng P225.00 kada araw. Para naman sa buong asosasyon, kumikita sila ng P140,00.00 kada buwan.

Nagkaroon na ang asosasyon ngayon ng kanilang sariling ‘motor banca’ at karagdagang ‘fish nets’ na kanilang ginagamit upang higit na mapalawig ang kanilang proyekto.

Nakapagpundar din ang bawat miyembro ng iba’t ibang kagamitan sa bahay tulad ng refrigerator, rice cooker at telebisyon.

Bukod pa rito, natupad na rin nila ang ilan sa kahilingan ng kanilang pamilya. Si Gemma Tabayay, miyembro ng SLP MANHAK Association, ay natupad na ang kahilingan ng kanyang mga anak na makapanood ng malinaw sa kanilang telebisyon. Kamakailan ay nakapagpakabit na sila ng GSAT cable. Si Alita Gaito naman, miyembo din ng asosasyon, ay nakapagbigay ng mas malawak na tahanan para sa kaniyang pamilya ng nakapagpa-second floor siya ng kanilang bahay.

Isa rin sa kanilang pinagmamalaki  ngayon ay ang kanilang kakayanang makapagpaaral ng mga anak. Karamihan sa kanila ay nakapagpatapos na ng kolehiyo.

Sa ngayon, ang anak ni Luz ay bumalik na sa kolehiyo at kumukuha ng kursong BS in Fisheries and Aquatic Resources upang makatulong sa pagpapaunlad ng kanilang Blue Crab Fattening Production.

Malaki rin ang naging kontribusyon ng asosasyon sa pag-unlad ng kanilang komunidad. Isa na sila sa mga pangunahing taga-supply ng alimasag sa iba’t ibang restaurant sa Looc, Romblon at sa karatig na Munisipyo. Pati mga turista sa Boracay ay nakatikim na rin ng kanilang mga matatabang alimasag.

Higit sa lahat, tumaas na ang kanilang kumpyansa sa sarili. Ang dating mahiyain, ngayon ay nagsisilbi ng tagapagsalita sa iba’t ibang okasyon upang maibahagi ang kanilang paglalakbay  at paghihirap tungo sa masagana at matagumpay na proyekto.

Dati’y Utak Talangka, Ngayo’y Utak MANHAK

Ang Utak Talangka ay isa sa mga hindi magandang ugali ng mga Pilipino.  Ito ang mga taong ayaw na may nakaka-lamang sa kanya, kapag nakaka-angat sa buhay ang isang kababayan ay sisiraan niya ito at pag-iisipan ng masama.

Sa una, ito ang malupit na naranasan nga mga taga SLP MANHAK Association — ang pagdudahan ang kanilang kakayanan at hilahin sila pababa upang hindi magtagumpay— pero ngayon, ang mga taong noo’y humamak sa kanila ang siya na nilang katuwang at katulong sa pag-angat sa buhay.

Dahil sa pagsisikap ng SLP MANHAK Association, sila ngayon ay nagsisilbi ng inspirasyon sa kanilang komunidad upang huwag mawalan ng pag-asa, magbayanihan at maging positibo upang makakamtan din ang inaasam na tagumpay sa buhay. Kung dati sila’y may ‘Utak Talangka’ na nanghihigla pababa, ngayon ay meron na silang ‘Utak MANHAK’ na humihila pataas at umaalalay sa tagumpay ng kanilang kapwa. ###

 

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DSWD MIMAROPA, EDSES Manila prepare for the Big One with shake drill


A DSWD staff shows how to duck, cover and hold during the shake drill.

MALATE, Manila- Earlier today the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA and Epifanio Delos Santos Elementary School (EDSES) Manila conducted earthquake drill in preparation for the ‘Big One’.

According to Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology or Phivolcs, the ‘Big One’ refers to the magnitude 7.2 earthquake that could hit Metro Manila if the West Valley Fault moves.

“As part of the government’s preparation, Intramuros in Manila City is identified as one of the  evacuation camps across the metro,” said DSWD Director Joel Mijares.

The said disaster preparedness activity  is part of the nationwide earthquake drill set tomorrow (March 31) in accordance to the  Office of Civil Defense memorandum, which was participated by the social welfare staff and officials, and school teachers and pupils.###

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DSWD beneficiaries complete TESDA course


Partner-beneficiaries in Bongabong Oriental Mindoro join a photo op after the short graduation ceremony.

BONGABONG, OrMin- Around 47 partner-beneficiaries in this town completed the Scaffold Erection provided by the  Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

Scaffold Erection is a TESDA short course that trains in erecting and dismantling and safely handling scaffolding tools and equipment with national certificate II.

From the said number of  graduates, 30 are Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program recipients from barangays Anilao, Dayhagan, Camantigui, and Cawayan.

The skills training covered 21 days which started on February 6 and completed last March 6, 2017.

Moreover, the department has provided a total of Php277, 800.00 for the beneficiaries’ training manuals and assessment fee and starter kits such as hard hats, safety shoes and gloves.

 “After the training, they will be provided employment in Metro Manila in partnership with Probaton Oil and Gas Training Center, a private technical–vocational institution that caters high standard quality skills training for construction sector based in Roxas, Oriental Mindoro,” said Florife Dimaala, SLP provincial coordinator.

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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More than a half million women are poor in MIMAROPA- Listahanan says


MALATE, MANILA- The Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA identifies about 568,387 women of all ages or 45% from the total 1,257,631 women assessed, belong to poor households in MIMAROPA region.

Listahanan is a government mechanism that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide.

From the 2015 household assessment, a total of 102,670 poor women were identified in Occidental Mindoro; 145,944 in Oriental Mindoro; 37,983 in Marinduque; 56,632 in Romblon; and 225,158 in Palawan.

The top three towns with the highest number of identified poor women regionwide are San Jose Occidental Mindoro with 37,838; Puerto Princesa in Palawan with 29,843; and Bataraza Palawan with 20,065.

The DSWD database further shows  that barangays with the highest number of poor women are  barangay Bancalaan, Balabac, Palawan  with 4,984; barangay Panaytayan, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro with 3,847; and barangay  Mangsee, Balabac, Palawan with 3,745.

Meanwhile, about 697 poor women or 3.5% aged 15 and above are women working as professionals. On the other hand, 33,263 (47.5%) of working poor women are laborers and unskilled workers.

The National Women’s Month Celebration  every March is part of the worldwide observance of the International Women’s Day with this year’s theme, “We Make Change Work For Women.” ###

N.B.:  Listahanan Data as of February 2016

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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 reveals profile of solo parent in MIMAROPA


MALATE, Manila- According to the 2015 Listahanan database, there are 69,646 or 2.7 percent of the 2,573,992 total assessed individuals claimed as solo parents which comprises of 19,722 (28.3%) males and 49,924 (71.7%) females in MIMAROPA region.

Listahanan recorded 22,604 or 1.9% solo parents identified as poor.

Republic Act No. 8972 also known as the Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000 defines solo parent as were left solo or alone with the responsibility of parenthood or any other person who solely provides parental care and support to a child or children.

There are 6,057 poor solo parents in Oriental Mindoro; 3,478 poor solo parents in Occidental Mindoro; 1,661 solo parents in Marinduque; 2,813 solo parents in Romblon; and 8,595 poor solo parents in Palawan.

The City of Puerto Princesa tops in the list with the highest number of solo parents regionwide with 1,700 followed by the municipality of San Jose in Mindoro with 1,036 solo parents. The town of Narra, Palawan placed in the third rank with 672 solo parents.

Moreover, the top barangays with the highest number of solo parents are barangay Panaytayan, Mansalay in Oriental Mindoro with 155 poor solo parents; barangay Bancalaan, Balabac in Palawan with 152 poor solo parents; and barangay Sicsican in Puerto Princesa City with 124 poor solo parents.

On the other hand, there are 13,636 poor solo parents declared as house hold heads and a total of 2,238 solo parents which have not completed any level of education.

 The database further revealed that  in terms of marital status  of poor solo parent, 9,755 (43.2%) are widowed, 6,000 (26.5%) are separated, and 4,296 (19%) are single. Also, most of the solo parents are in the age bracket of 35 to 44 years old.

Listahanan is a mechanism of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. From the  569,000 households assessed  regionwide, about  207,863 were identified as poor in MIMAROPA or Occidental and Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan provinces.

Solo parent Benefits

Qualified solo parents may avail the parental leave; educational benefits from the Department of Education and Commission on Higher Education; livelihood training from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, as well as allocations in low cost housing projects and medical assistance.

DSWD has organized the MIMAROPA Solo Parents Employees Association to promote the welfare and rights of solo parent staff and their children. Also, the Department has allocated Php10,000.00 for livelihood assistance to qualified solo parent beneficiaries.

Nevertheless, DSWD calls to get solo parents ID valid for one year and is renewable, at the nearest social welfare and development office in their area to enjoy the said government benefits. ###

 

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DSWD to celebrate national disaster consciousness month


NDCM Tarp Design Blank Horizontal(final)MALATE, Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development MiMaRoPa joins in the celebration of the National Disaster Consciousness Month with the theme, “Kahandaan at Pagtugon sa Sakuna, Tungkulin ng Bawat Isa.”

“In observance of the celebration, DSWD will have the two-day basic life support training for internal staff in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross,” said Disaster Operation Focal Person Sheila Tapia.

The training aims to equip DSWD staff with knowledge, skills and confidence to provide care to victims of disaster such as the proper application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Aside from the training, the Department has scheduled reorientation on the guidelines of Regional Quick Response Team (QRT) for disaster preparedness and management, Tapia added.

QRT is one of the disaster management components that enhances the coordination and reporting of disaster related-responses internally. It is constituted of DSWD regional, provincial and municipal-based staff.

According to the 2015 Listahanan database- a mechanism to identify who and where the poor are, there are 35,858 poor households in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan (MiMaRoPa) who experienced displacement due to human induced or natural disasters.

Mostly of them are found in the municipalities of Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro with 2,038 poor households, Boac, Marinduque with 2,034 poor households and San Jose, Occidental Mindoro with poor households 1,694.

Meanwhile, DSWD is set to provide Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) to 119 Typhoon Ruby-affected households in Calatrava, Romblon amounting to 1.1 million pesos this month.

ESA is a cash grant provided to families whose houses are either totally or partially damaged by any form of disaster. It may be released in cash or in the form of construction materials, Tapia said.

Executive Order No. 137 declares the month of July of every year as national disaster consciousness month and institutionalizing the civil defense deputization program to increase the awareness of every Filipino to the ever threatening disasters.###

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