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Ulirang Nakatatanda sa MIMAROPA, pinarangalan ng DSWD


MALATE, Manila – Bilang pagpapaigting ng adbokasiya para sa mga senior citizens, binigyang pugay ng Department of Social Welfare and Development – Social Pension Program ang mga Ulirang Nakatatanda sa MIMAROPA, ika-10 Nobyembre 2017.

Nagwagi si Josefa M. Leal ng Mogpog Marinduque sa Basic Category; Corazon C. Manalo, Calapan Oriental Mindoro sa professional category; Luzicita F. Fabella, Odiongan Romblon sa government category at BSMSCA Ornamental Shell Souvenirs Project, Puerto Princesa City Palawan para sa group category.

Gayunpaman, pinarangalan pa rin ang mga runner up sa iba’t ibang kategorya. Hinirang na runner up si Nelia M. Venturillo, Aborlan Palawan para sa basic category; Carmelita M. Patiño, Pinamalayan Oriental Mindoro para sa Professional Category at Carmelita Q. Gaud, Victoria Oriental Mindoro para sa government category.

Ang Ulirang Nakatatanda Awards ay isang patimpalak na naglalayong kilalanin ang mga pagsisikap ng mga senior citizens na palawigin ang adbokasiya para nakatatanda at at parangalan ang kanilang pagiging modelo at inspirasyon sa aktibong pagpapaunlad ng pamilya at komunidad.

“Mahalagang ipagdiwang, palawakin, at ipagpugay natin ang kaunlaran ng sektor ng mga nakatatanda dahil malaki ang kanilang kontribusyon sa ating komunidad,” ika ni DSWD MIMAROPA Regional Director Wilma D. Naviamos

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PYAP Emergency Response Training isinagawa sa Camp Aguinaldo


QUEZON CITY – Nagsanay ang 25 opisyales at miyembro ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA at Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines Inc. (PYAP) sa Emergency Response na hango sa konsepto ng Disaster Trauma sa Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

Layunin ng nasabing training na paigtingin ang kaalaman, kasanayan at kapasidad ng mga kalahok sa pagsasagawa ng iba’t ibang response procedures sa waterborne search, high angle rescue operation, rope and collapsed structure resuce at emergency procedure.

“Ang dami ko pong natutunan sa aming training. Nalaman ko po kung papaano ko ililigtas ang aking sarili at ang aking kapwa sa iba’t ibang klase ng sakuna. Sana mas marami pang makapagsanay sa rescue operation,” ayon kay Irish C. Villarin, Social Welfare Officer I ng Disaster Management Unit.

Ang mga kalahok ay nagsanay sa ilalim ng RESCUE RECON. Ito ay isang joint task force ng National Capital Region Camp Aguinaldo Armed Forces of the Philippines Emergency Response Team na nagpapa ng mga trained rescuers sa buong bansa. Sa ngayon, sila ay nagawaran na ng seal ng Royal Institute of Singapore in Emergency Rescue Service.

Hinahangad ng PYAP at DSWD na sa pamamagitan ng training na ito mas maging handa ang mga kalahok sa pagharap sa mga darating na sakuna at maging instrument sila upang makatulong sa pagsagip sa kapwa.

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UPDATE: DSWD MIMAROPA Disaster Operations for affected areas of Typhoon NiNa (3am,28Dec)


Narito po ang pinakabagong impormasyon sa Disaster Operation ng DSWD MiMaRoPa para sa mga apektado ng bagyong #NinaPH (as of 3:00 am, 28 December 2016):

1. No. of Affected:
Provinces: 3 (Marinduque, OrMin, OcciMin)
Municipalities: 16
Barangays: 203
2. No. of Affected:
Families: 22,673
Persons: 48, 426
3. No of evacuation centers:
Current: 3
4. No. of casualties:
1 dead; 18 injured; 2 missing
5. Total cost of assistance provided:
DSWD: Php 101, 595.00
LGU: Php 368, 665.00
6. Damaged Houses:
Totally: 3, 956
Partially: 16,710
7. No. of available family food packs: 43, 870
8. Available standby funds: P2, 368, 608.54

 

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Palawan nakiisa sa pagdiriwang ng National Children’s Month


 

 

PUERTO PRINCESA City- Bilang pakikiisa sa pagdiriwang ng National Children’s Month ngayong buwan ng Nobyembre ay isinagawa ng Pamahalaang Panlalawigan sa pamamagitan ng Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) ng Palawan ang 22nd Provincial Children’s Talent Contest noong ika-29 ng Nobyembre sa Centennial Pavilion ng gusaling Kapitolyo.

Sa temang “Isulong Kalidad ng Edukasyon para sa Lahat ng Bata,” ang naturang paligsahan ay nilahukan ng mga batang may edad 3 hanggang 5 taong gulang at kasalukuyang pumapasok sa iba’t ibang day care centers sa buong lalawigan. Layon ng aktibidad na ito na maipamalas ng mga batang pumapasok sa day care ang kanilang mga talento at galing sa pagsasalita.

Ang paligasahan ay kinabibilangan ng dalawang kategorya: ang singing contest o paligsahan sa pag-awit at ang draw and tell kung saan gumuhit ng larawan ang mga bata at pagkatapos ay ipinaliwanag nila ang kanilang mga gawa.

Mula sa sampung magkakatunggali ay nakamit ni Brent Jezer Noble ng Taytay ang unang pwesto para sa paligsahan sa pag-awit samantalang si Mariel Pasignase mula sa munisipyo ng Sofronio Espanola ang nagwagi sa Draw and Tell.

Ang mga nanalo ay tumanggap ng salaping gantimpala mula sa Pamahalaang Panlalawigan. Benepisaryo rin sila ng scholarship para sa kanilang anim na taong pag-aaral sa elementarya.

Ayon kay Gng. Abigail Ablana, hepe ng PSWDO, ang batang iskolar ng Pamahalaang Panlalawigan ay tatanggap ng P5,000 kada taon bilang pandagdag sa kanilang mga gastusin tulad ng uniporme at iba pang pangangailangan sa paaralan.

Sa kasalukuyan ay umaabot sa 24,593 ang mga batang pumapasok sa day care center sa buong lalawigan na patuloy na binibigyang kalinga ng PSWDO kaagapay ang mga day care workers.### (Palawan PIO)

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MCT Staff Re-Oriented on the Process of Community Driven Development


TAGAYTAY CITY, Cavite- The Municipal Coordinating Team (MCT), the local counterpart of the field staff of the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s program- Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi – CIDSS) were re-oriented on the first two stages of the community driven development process of the program.

The two day seminar was attended by 200 participants (47 from Romblon Cluster; 59 from Mindoro, Marinduque, Conception and Banton (MiMaCon) Cluster; and 94 from Palawan Cluster) across MiMaRoPa. Two classes divided into sessions were simultaneously held in Bali Village Hotel (MiMaCon) cluster) and Tagaytay Haven Hotel (Romblon Cluster) in Tagaytay City in March 3 and 4, 2016 while the seminar in Palawan cluster was held at Sunlight Guest Hotel on March 7 to 8, 2016.

The Municipal Coordinating Teams were composed of Municipal Area Coordinator (MAC), Municipal Engineer/ Municipal Technical Facilitator (ME/MTF), Municipal Community Empowerment Facilitator (MCEF), and Municipal Accountant (MA).

The program was started by the opening message from the Deputy Regional Program Manager of Kalahi CIDSS National Community Driven Development Program (NCDDP) Irenea Liza Roque. Miss Roque reminded the MCTs that they should work hand-in hand with the Area Coordinating Teams in their respective areas. In addition, she acknowledged the accomplishments of the teams and told them about their roles in empowering the people in the communities of MiMaRoPa.

“Let the people participate, let the people be part in the decision making in the government” Miss Roque reminded the participants.

The first day has focused on the introduction of Kalahi CIDSS process to the MCT. The Community Development Officers and the Regional Community Development Specialists served as the resource persons in the introduction of the community driven development (CDD) approach and the community empowerment activity cycle (CEAC) process to the MCTs.

The Community Infrastructure Officers, the Regional Community Infrastructure Specialists, and the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers has also discussed to the MCTs the technical aspects of the program such as the utilization of the Technical Assistance Fund (TAF), the conduct of the site validation for the sub-project, and the overview of Monitoring and Evaluation of Kalahi CIDSS- specifically geotagging of sub-projects, Project Information Management System, and the Grievance Redress System (GRS).

On the second day, the discussion about the CEAC process continued. In the afternoon, the MCTs from the Romblon Cluster were given a chance to raise their issues and concerns to the Regional Program Manager of Kalahi – CIDSS and the Assistant Regional Director for Operations of DSWD MiMaRoPa Floreceli G. Gunio regarding the implementation of Kalahi – CIDSS in their area. Some of the major issues that arise in the meeting were the accomplishments of the backlogs of the municipalities before their transition into the next cycle.

 

Being the counterpart of the LGU to Kalahi CIDSS, seminars for the MCTs can serve as a strategic instrument in the institutionalization of the CDD process in the governance strategy of the MCTs respective LGUs.

This seminar will be followed by the next re-orientation of the MCTs on the third and fourth stages of CEAC after the second quarter of this year.  (Sharmaine Catapang) ###

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IP victims of ST Yolanda awarded livelihood grants in San Teodoro, OrMin


 

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Dante Igna receives a carabao from DSWD Sustainable livelihood Program.

SAN TEODORO, Oriental Mindoro– Last January 14, 2016, ten Indigenous Peoples (IPs), who were victims of Super Typhoon ‘Yolanda’, in Barangay Caagutayan in this municipality were awarded with Livelihood Assistance Grants by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) IV-MiMaRoPa Sustainable Livelihood Program (DSWD-SLP).

Livelihood Assistance Grants are in the form of working animals such as nine carabaos, wherein one of the beneficiaries opted to replace it instead for 20 heads of goats and 10 heads of chickens to be raised for production and meat purposes. Cost of carabao is Php 25,000.00 per head.

This activity is part of the continuing rehabilitation and restoration efforts for the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013. The cost of assistance initially extended was Php 250,000.00 disbursed from the Foreign/Local Cash/Cheque Donation Funds out of the Php 1,093,000.00 downloaded in the municipality to assist thirty six  typhoon victims.  Other support extended are in the form of motorized banca, fish nets, fishing gears, trade, and commerce and service projects.

Those who were given one head of carabao were also assisted by the Municipal Agriculture Office in registering the ownership of their livestock.

It is a blessing in disguise that the livelihood assistance grants were provided to them after another strong typhoon, Typhoon ‘Nona’, which hit Oriental Mindoro last December 14, 2015.

Each recipients were grateful for the assistance extended to them. “Maraming salamat po sa DSWD, makakapaghanap buhay na ulit kami dahil napalitan na ang nawala naming mga kalabaw,’’ said IP Dante Igna.  ###

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Urduja of Seaweeds Production in Taytay Palawan


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Gaudiosa M. Alto, president of Bagong Pag-asa Association, is known as Urduja of Seaweeds Production

Urduja is a legendary Filipino heroine recognized for her strong leadership and passion for serving the people. Deviating from stereotype about woman being weak and passive, Urduja showed that she is a ruler who can mobilize and defend her people. She is a true legendary warrior.

In the midst of sea paradise in Taytay Palawan, there is also a strong, independent and dedicated woman recognized as Urduja of Seaweeds Farming.

Gaudiosa M. Alto, 63, is the president of Bagong Pag-Asa Association (BPA), an organization guided by Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) IV- MiMaRoPa Sustainable Livelihood Program.

During the field visit, as the cold breeze touched her skin and splash of water lingered in her feet, Gaudiosa started to tell her story. Her stories pierced the heart and soul of the listeners. She looked straight into our eyes and sincerely told every chapter of the book of her life: every journey she had encountered, every failure she had tasted and every triumph she had reached.

As she gazed in the sky painted with mixture of  gray and tangerine triggering a feeling of longing, she reminisced her experiences before the SLP Seaweeds Production.

Life dark as a coal

Life before the SLP seaweeds production was full of hardship and uncertainty.

“Mahirap po ang buhay namin dati bago ‘yang SLP, para pong laging may pangamba,” recalled Gaudiosa.

Coal mining was her primary source of income.  As a coal miner, Gaudiosa’s life was full of darkness and fear.  It was always like a vacuum: sufocated with emptiness and no direction.

Her life was always at risk.

“Dati po kaming nag-uuling. Para kami ay maka-survive (pinasok na namin ang pag-uuling). Ay mahirap mag-uling! Buhay ang nakataya dyan,” said Gaudiosa while trying to control the crystal clear tears from falling in her eyes.

Aside from being illegal, coal mining posed risks in her health and her environment.

However difficult life has been, she didn’t lose hope.  Risks of her previous work pushed her to look for greater opportunities.  With the help of Edilberto Y. Felizarte, Pamantulon Taytay Palawan Barangay Chairman, Gaudiosa discovered the opportunities offered by SLP.

“Huminigi si kapitan ng tulong sa SLP kung pwede raw bigyan kami ng hanapbuhay. Ito nga ang binigay, ang pagse-seaweads,” Gaudiosa stated.

Seaweeds: treasure in the heart of sea paradise of Taytay, Palawan

Sustainable Livelihood Program introduced Seaweeds Production in 2013.  This project has been offered by DSWD-SLP to Gaudiosa since the municipality of Taytay provides a sustainable environment for seaweed production because it is strategically located in a relatively typhoon-free area having wide reef areas, extended marine coastlines and wide coastal shelves.

Aiming to improve their knowledge and skills in seaweeds farming, Gaudiosa, together with other partner-beneficiaries, undergone the six (6) day training of SLP provided by the Department of Agriculture Bureaus of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Regional Fisheries Training Center Palawan and DSWD-SLP.

This six days of training changed their lives forever.

Asked about her life transformation, Gaudiosa answered genuinely. Her voice rattled and became more sincere.  Her eyes widened as if letting you glimpse into her soul.

“Napakasaya ko po. Malaking tulong talaga pag-seaweeds sa amin. Laking pagbabago po talaga,” said Gaudiosa while posing her sweetest and sincerest smile.

She was able to breakaway from dragging and hazardous livelihood. No more sleepless nights worrying what will happen to them during their work. No more despair on things they can’t give and promise to their family. No more emptiness, risk and darkness — only light and future full of hope and prosperity.

Godsend Wealth: Benefits of Seaweeds

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Seaweeds farmers preparing the propagules for planting in the sea paradise of Taytay, Palawan.

Treasure in the heart of sea paradise of Taytay Palawan brought illuminating light in the dark life of Gaudiosa.

Every strand of seaweeds is like a rope made of gold, a discovered wealth.  Seaweeds served as the primary source of income, it strengthen the tie of relationship with her family and knitted her closely with the community.

Gaudiosa’s wealth is her family. As bread winner,  she spends all her income for her family, most specially for the education of her grandchildren.

“Dito kami kumukuha ng pagkain at mga gamit na pampaaral sa aming mga anak.”

Seaweeds also transformed the lives of members of her community.

With the help of DSWD-SLP, two major associations were organized: Bagong Pag-asa and Taytay Palawan Seaweed Farmers Federation.

Gaudiosa is the president of Bagong Pag-asa. It is noticeable that all her members are all men and yet, everyone of them has high regard and respect for Gaudiosa. She really shows great leadership in the members of her association. Indeed, she is Urduja of the seaweeds production.

During the  planting and harvesting season, everyone gathers together —  sharing unceasing stories, unwavering hopes and never-ending laughters.

Everlasting Treasure: Sustainability of Seaweeds Production

With the success she has tasted, Gaudiosa don’t want to remain dependent on what SLP and other agencies have given them. She wants a sustainable business. She is dreaming of being in full control of seaweeds production, free from the abuse and cruelty of middle men.

“ Malaki na po ang tulong ng SLP. Pero syempre po hinihiling ko po na kami na talaga mamahala sa seaweeds. Para po hindi na kami umaasa sa mga middle man. Madalas po kasi lugi kami,” emphasized by Gaudiosa.

Seaweeds is in demand in the market all year round thus making it more sustainbale with the technical support from partner agencies in the areas of organizational development and marketing.

Victory of Urduja of Seaweeds Production

Gaudiosa like Urduja has tasted countless battles in her life but she remained standing like a true warrior. In her journey, no matter how many gigantic waves will come and collosal combats she will encounter, she will alsways give a whirl in order to protect and serve her family and her people.

For all the victories she has achieved, she is grateful to her family and seaweeds farming: the true treasure of her life. ###

 

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