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More than 500k ‘rural’ women are poor in MIMAROPA


MALATE, Manila- The Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA has identified 507,549 poor women living in rural barangays regionwide.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to identify who and where the poor are nationwide. It the basis for beneficiary selection of government social protection programs for the poor.

This is in commemoration of the International Day of Rural Women on October 15 with the theme: ‘Challenges and opportunities in climate-resilient agriculture for gender equality and the empowerment of rural women and girls.’

Results of the DSWD Listahanan 2015 household assessment shows that 5,552 of poor rural women have a disability; 16,486 are considered as household heads, and 8,667 are identified pregnant during the assessment.

“With changing climate, women’s already unequal access to land, water and energy are further impacted. At the same time, existing gender inequalities and discriminations that constrain rural women’s decision-making power and participation in their households and their communities, are exacerbated by climate change and climate disasters”, said in a United Nation report.

According to the DSWD database, there are 91,890 poor rural women regionwide experienced displacement due to natural disasters, human-induced calamities, armed-conflict and rural development.

This database further reveals that about 204,458 poor rural women ages 15 years old and above have no occupation in MIMAROPA while there are 29,758 poor women work as laborers and 17,3825 women are farmers, forestry workers, and fisherfolks.

The DSWD is employing the Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (Kalipi)- a federation of women’s organization committed to responding to the needs of organizing women from the grassroots level and genuinely promotes women’s development and empowerment by harnessing their strengths and developing their full potentials.

The Kalahi-CIDSS of the department is also empowering rural women through active community participation in the planning and implementing of sub-projects. ###

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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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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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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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More than 14 thousand poor in MIMAROPA have disability


PWD members and supporters in Occidental Mindoro parade to advocate their sectoral rights.

MALATE, Manila- In observance of the 39th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) week, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA reveals that 14,453 poor individuals regionwide have disability based on Listahanan database.

This year’s celebration embraces the theme, “Karapatan at Pribilehiyo ng Maykapansanan: Isakatuparan at Ipaglaban”, which emphasizes the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities (PWD) to be fully realized.

Listahanan, a government mechanism to determine who and where the poor are, shows that 3,192 poor PWDs are identified in Occidental Mindoro; 3,272 in Oriental Mindoro; 1,073 in Marinduque; 1,559 in Romblon and 5,357 in Palawan.

“Commemorating this annual celebration, the DSWD will be having advocacy activities to fuel public awareness on the issues and problems face by the PWD sector,” said DSWD Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

From the identified poor PWDs, 7,995 (55.3%) are male and 6,458 (44.7%) female.

It is also reported that the top five towns with the highest poor individuals with disability are Puerto Princesa, Palawan with 1,076; Sablayan with 905 and San Jose with 826 in Occidental Mindoro; Taytay with 575 and Quezon with 371 in Palawan.

DSWD also encourages every citizen to take active responsibility in uplifting the economic and social conditions of all persons with disabilities in the society.

The NDPR week will be celebrated in Odiongan, Romblon on July 19-20, 2017 which will be attended by various national and local government units, and other social protection stakeholders promoting the welfare of PWD sector. ###

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DSWD advocates Listahanan database thru roadshow


Students of Marinduque State College join the Listahanan roadshow.

BOAC, Marinduque- Spearheaded by Listahanan, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA conducted a provincial roadshow of the regional profile of the poor in this town.

Based on the 2015 household assessment, a total of 207,863 (36.5%) poor households are identified out of 569,316 total households assessed in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan provinces.

“The activity aims to advocate the results of the Listahanan assessment eventually increase the awareness of the general public about the statistics and profile of the poor households regionwide,” told Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

For the province of Marinduque, DSWD identified 13,177 households or 26.3% are poor from the 38,902 total households enumerated.

Among the six towns in Marinduque, Buenavista tops with the highest magnitude of poor identified with 2,100 (39.6%) households followed by Torrijos with 1,901 (33.2) households while Gasan town with 2,158 (27.9%) poor households.

Boac with 3,018 (26.6%) poor households; Mogpog with 1,670 (21.1%) households; and Sta. Cruz 2,330 (19.3%) poor households.

DSWD Listahanan is very grateful to Marinduque Provincial Government thru Governor Carmencita Reyes and Marinduque State College president Merian C. Mani for hosting the provincial roadshow, Naviamos added.

In the said event, quick statistics about the profile of the poor, regional and provincial poverty maps and department audio-visual productions about frontline services are showcased for public information.

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

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More than 300 thousand youth in MIMAROPA are poor- Listahanan


MALATE, Manila- According to the Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), about 301,657 youth aged 15 to 30 years old are living in poor households regionwide on which the male dominates the total number of poor youth with 52 percent.

Listahanan, a government mechanism that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide, records 54,500 poor youth in Occidental Mindoro; 77,828 in Oriental Mindoro; 19,563 in Marinduque; 30,360 in Romblon; and 119,406 in Palawan.

Presidential Proclamation No. 75, s. 1948 designated June 19 as Filipino Youth Day.

“DSWD uses the Proxy Means Test (PMT), a statistical model that estimates household income using verifiable indicators such as household composition, housing structure, educational attainment of members, material assets and access to basic services which is deemed critical to identify the socio-economic status of a family,” said Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

PMT estimated household income is compared to the existing provincial threshold set by the Philippine Statistics Authority. Income falls below the poverty threshold is considered poor while income above the threshold is tagged as non-poor.

Profile of the Poor Youth

A total of 73,715 (24.4%) of poor youth have finished high school level; 44,468 (14.7%) finished elementary level; and 1,892 (0.6%) finished college level. However, 14,323 (4.8%) youth have no grade completed.

For the labor force, 96,601 (32.0%) poor youth reported having jobs in which 43,322 of them work as unskilled and laborers while 34,298 are farmers, fisherfolks, and forestry workers. On the other hand, 205,056 (68%) poor youth have no jobs.

From the total poor youth, 5,924 claimed as solo parents and 6,004 youth were recorded pregnant during the household assessment.

Program for the Youth

“As an intervention, the Department implements social protection programs such as the Government Internship Program that provides temporary employment to marginalized and the out-of-school-youth,” said Director Naviamos.

Each year, 81 youth are hired for this internship program regionwide.

Unlad Kabataan Program is geared towards the total development of the disadvantaged youth in terms of spiritual, economic, physical, psychological-cultural and social development.

Also, the DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in partnership with other government agencies developed the Youth Development Session, a modular session which targets children of 4Ps beneficiaries. It aims to motivate youth in finishing their education and serves as a venue to foster relationship creating peer support group.

In MIMAROPA,  138, 9423 youth benefitted the YDS since 2016, concluded Naviamos. ###

N.B. Listahanan Data as of February 2016

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Listahanan identifies 20k poor widows in MIMAROPA


DSWD staff conducts name-search in the Listahanan database of poor households during the validation phase. 

MALATE, Manila- The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA data shows 20,749 poor widows regionwide based on the 2015 Listahanan assessment.

Listahanan is a government mechanism to map out who and where the poor are nationwide.

The database reveals that from the total identified poor widows, 4,831 (23.3 percent) are male; 15,918 (76.7%) are female. Also, there are 1,419 poor widows having a disability.

There are 5,656 poor widows in Oriental Mindoro; 3,723 in Occidental Mindoro; 1,536 in Marinduque; 2,718 in Romblon; and 7,116 in Palawan.

The average age of poor widows is 60 years old.

Puerto Princesa City in Palawan records highest poor widows with 1,064, followed by San Jose in Occidental Mindoro with 1,030, and Naujan town in Oriental Mindoro with 636.

On the other hand, Bancalaan and Mangsee villages in Balabac, Palawan top with the highest number of barangays with poor widows.

International Widows’ Day was introduced to address poverty and injustice faced by widows and their children in many countries. It was officially recognized by the United Nations in 2010 and is observed annually on June 23.###

 

N.B. Listahanan Data as of February 2016. 

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