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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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MIMAROPA centenarians get 100k from DSWD


DSWD MIMAROPA conducts validation of 100-year-old senior citizens who will qualify the centenarian gift.

MALATE, Manila- Thirty-six centenarians in MIMAROPA region already received Php100, 000.00 each from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) since April 2017.

DSWD record shows that four centenarians have received in Occidental Mindoro; 14 in Oriental Mindoro; six in Marinduque; three in Romblon; and nine in Palawan.

Under Republic Act 10868 or the Centenarians Acts of 2016, all Filipinos who live to 100 years, otherwise known as a centenarian, will receive a Letter of Felicitation from the President and a centenarian gift of P100,000 whether living in the Philippines or not.

To date, the Department has released a total of Php3.6 million.

“We are still in the validation process for another  31 centenarians regionwide to qualify for the said cash gift,” said Maricel dela Vega, senior citizen focal person.

Centenarians will also receive a plaque of recognition and a cash incentive from their respective cities or municipal governments, to be decided by their local government unit.

According to Listahanan– government’s mechanism to identify the poor, there are 22 senior citizens who have turned 100 years old this year, belonging to poor households.###

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Bilang ng mga babaeng may kapansanan sa MIMAROPA, tukoy ng Listahanan


MALATE, Manila- Ayon sa datos ng Listahanan ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA,  may 1,491 kababaihang mahirap na may kapansanan sa Occidental Mindoro; 1,448 sa Oriental Mindoro; 460 sa Marinduque; 718 sa Romblon; at 2,341 sa Palawan.

Samantalang ang pinakamaraming mahihirap na babaeng may kapansanan ay matatagpuan sa Puerto Princesa City, Palawan sa bilang na 480. Pumangalawa ang bayan ng Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro sa 439 bilang at sumunod ang bayan ng San Jose, Occidental Mindoro na may 389 na kababaihan.

Nitong ika-15 ng Pebrero, pinangunahan ng DSWD ang selebrasyon ng ’13th Women with Disabilities Day na may temang,  “Babaeng May Kapansan, Manguna at Maninidigan Tungo sa Pagbabago” sa bayan ng Boac, Marinduque.

Ang huling Lunes sa buwan ng Marso ay idineklarang Women with Disabilities Day ayon sa Proclamation No. 744 na nilagdaan noong 2004 ni dating Presidente Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.###

N.B. February 2016 Listahanan Database

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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 database bares Indigenous Peoples profile in MIMAROPA


A Mangyan father carries the little son on his back.

A Mangyan father carries the little son on his back.

MALATE, Manila- According to the Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA, there are 58,528 identified poor households or 317,924 individuals belonging to the Indigenous Peoples (IP) group. It comprises 28.2 percent of the total poor households in the region.

Listahanan, a government mechanism to identify the real poor, shows that there are 5,664 IP households living in rural barangays while 52,864 households are living in urban barangays.

Most of these poor IPs are found in the provinces of Palawan with 38,463 households and in Oriental Mindoro with 10,323 households.  Moreover, there are 7,876 IP households in Occidental Mindoro and 1,862 IP households in Romblon. Though Marinduque is a non-IP province, there are four IP households identified as poor.

Listahanan assessment and validation was conducted from March to December 2015 which identifies 207,863 poor from the 569,316 total households assessed.

Demographic Profile

Listahanan database reveals that Palaw’an tribe top the list among the highest number of poor IP with 13,390 households followed by the Cuyunon tribe with 10,152 poor households.

There are 5,196 IP solo parents regionwide, 1,752 are male while 3,444 are female. Also, 2,879 are identified pregnant women during the conduct of listing.

For the IP marital status, 200,767 individuals are single, 110,630 individuals are married, 4,891 individuals are widowed and 1,204 are separated from their partners.

In terms of educational attainment, 107,444 (34%) IP individuals aged 3-year old and above are attending school while 210,480 (66%)  IP individuals are not. Moreover, records show that there are 948 IP college graduates; 18,140 individuals are high school graduates; 35,279 individuals are elementary graduates and 91,532 individuals aged 3-year old above have not completed in any grade level.

For health and sanitation, 38,429 IP households practice open defecation and 34,868 households have no access to safe water supply. These households are mostly living in far flung and isolated areas where accessibility to safe water source and sanitary toilet facility are one of the major problems.

Highest number of toiletless IP households and without access to safe water are in Panaytayan, Mansalay  and Lisay, Bongabong in Oriental Mindoro and Taburi, Rizal in Palawan.

Government Social Services

From 2009 to present, 36,263 poor IP households received social programs and services from both national and local government agencies.

Aside from the free birth, death and marriage registration, Listahanan records 27,194 IP households served by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program; 23,524 households enrolled to Philhealth; and 16,087 households are Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT) program beneficiaries.

“MCCT is a conditional cash transfer program for indigenous cultural communities/ indigenous peoples or ICC-IPs that bridges the gap, and navigate the way towards the development of ICC, particularly those in geographically isolated and disadvantaged communities,” said DSWD Regional Director Wilma Naviamos.

Aside from this, there are 631 IP senior citizens aged 60 years old and above received P500.00 monthly stipends through the government Social Pension Program.

DSWD also provides quick interventions to the IPs and other marginalized and disadvantaged sectors in times of crisis. The Department consciously rally  to abide by its direction of reaching the unreached and isolated for the ‘Tunay na Malasakit sa mahihirap at Maagap at Mapagkalingang Serbisyo sa mamamayan’, Naviamos said.###

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