DSWD inaugurates SWADT building in Dipolog City

“Finally, it is a dream come true” expressed Ms.Eva Avila, Social Welfare and Development team leader during the inauguration and thanksgiving ceremony of the newly constructed two-storey building held on June 10, 2017 at Sta. Isabel, Dipolog City.

DSWD Regional Director Atty. Araceli Solamillo led the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony together with Assistant Regional Director Consejo H. Usman and Dipolog City Councilor Atty. Roger Asprer, representing Mayor Darel Dexter T. Uy and Board Member/OIC-Governor of Zamboanga Del Norte Province, Hon.Romulo Soliva.

The 6.8 million worth building is situated in a lot owned by the City Government and was completed last February 28, 2017. The SWADT serves as the extension network of the DSWD down the grassroots to immediately respond not only for its regular programs and services but most especially during disaster operations.  It also serves as the Provincial Operations Office of Pantawid Pamilya and other promotive programs of department.

The SWAD team Dipolog covers municipalities of Rizal, Sibutad, Mutia, La Libertad, Pinan, Polanco, Sergio Osmena, Katipunan, Roxas, Manukan, Jose Dalman and Cities of Dipolog and Dapitan.

In her Inaugural speech, Atty. Araceli Solamillo underscored the DSWD goals highlighting the department’s core values being the lead agency in the delivery of social services and promotion of social protection programs. She said, “We always ensure that the services that are being delivered to our clients and implemented by our workers on the ground are in accordance to standards and with high sense of efficiency, transparency and integrity.”

“In this celebration, we promise to further improve our front line services and will be an epitome of an effective and trust-worthy government agency. These changes and improvements are testament of our desire to provide not only comforts of availing prompt assistance to our clients but also conducive working environment for our workers.”,  She added.

Present during the event are Municipal Action team leaders, Provincial Operations Office staff of Pantawid Pamilya, Sustainable Livelihood Program workers, Area Coordinating teams of KALAHI CIDDS, SWADT staff , Regional Management Committee and some National Government Agencies.

Other newly-constructed SWAD building in the provinces of Zamboanga Sibugay and Zamboanga Del Sur are expected to finish and ready for occupancy by the end of 3rd Quarter this year.

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Filipino Centenarians in ZamPen receive cash incentives from DSWD

To honour Filipinos who have reached the age of 100 years old, DSWD Field Office IX has granted the cash incentive amounting to 100,000 to the twelve living centenarians in Region IX.

Social Pension Focal Person, Gloria Patayan in the presence of MSWDOs, led the pay-out last May 2017 to those centenarians validated in the 2016 list. Majority of the identified recipients came from Municipalities under Zamboanga Del Norte and Zamboanga Del Sur.  Six out of the twelve centenarians are men, while six are women respectively.

“We are grateful to be instruments of bringing these privileges to our Filipino Centenarians, which indeed they truly deserve. With pride, we value them with high respect for their contribution and for serving as inspiration to others.” Said DSWD Regional Director, Atty. Araceli F. Solamillo, CESO II

Apart from the 100, 000 cash incentives, the centenarians will also receive letter of Felicitation signed by the President. However, for those centenarians who died upon the effectively of the act shall receive Posthumous Plaque of Recognition given to the nearest surviving relative. The Local Government Units are also encouraged to provide incentives and plaque of recognition at their end.

Centenarians can be identified through community level where target beneficiaries shall be based on the existing database such as record of OSCA-issued senior citizens ID, Social Pension Beneficiaries, Listahanan, CBMS and other similar sources. Inventory of clients in Residential facilities both publicly and privately –run can also serve as identification meanwhile, for centenarians living abroad, the Commission on Filipino Overseas (CFO) database can be used as basis as well.

The families of the recipients expressed gratitude in the government for providing the centenarians with privileges and for acknowledging their contribution in the society.

The centenarians were identified and validated after the RA10868 or the Centenarians Act of 2016 took effect.

 

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Seas the Change

True to its promise, the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Region IX immensely embraced the core values of Maagap at Mapagkalingang Serbisyo through provision of extensive community based services to the poor Sama Bajau communities in Zamboanga City. Amid vulnerabilities for not having formal education and feeling of being underprivileged citizens in the communities, the DSWD has taken its way to open doors to capacitate the households and engage them in various activities that will strengthen not only of their trust in the government services but will also exposure to land based livelihood and cash for work activities. The birth of Comprehensive Program for Sama Bajau has improved not only their way of living but also the perception of people towards them. The importance and contribution they’ve started is a testament of their desire not only to wave their enriching culture and tribe but also a manifestation of pushing themselves to have an improved lives.

In the year 2014, The NCIP has registered 388 households and 1,923 indigent families purely Sama Bajau in Zamboanga City. Common livelihood were related to aqua marine activities such as fishing, agar-agar farming, sea shell collection along the shorelines of Sangali, Zamboanga City. It is in the Year 2014 when the Cash for Work project under the Comprehensive Program for Sama Bajaus was introduced in the community. With proper coordination with City Social Welfare Office, Barangay Local Government Unit, the program gained positive support where the implementation and provision of lot for the Communal Corn crop gardening were granted with authority and approval. Through the help and support of its Tribal Leader, the identification of eligible beneficiaries came very much easy for the project implementers to conduct community assemblies and orientation for the project implementation. The participation in the project was indeed a strong move in providing them another avenue to experience land based livelihood for their families. These will enable them to maximize their potentials to adapt their livelihood activities in the community where they resides amid being tagged as Sea Gypsies.

One hundred fifty one beneficiaries were involved in the Communal Corn Crop Gardening located in the adjacent lot near the Barangay Hall of Sangali. The 500sq meter was provided by Barangay Official of Sangali  for the beneficiares to engage into Agri-Farm technology. These beneficiaries were grouped into 10 with respective leaders to check the daily attendance of the participants.

A total of 339,960 compensated the 151 beneficiaries amounting to 2,250 pesos each for 15 days. This will enable them to augment their actual income and produce crops in time of harvest. True enough how the beneficiaries can truly benefit from the skills they have acquired and from the income they can earn from all their hard work and involvement in the project. The project has not only enriched the existing traditions they have but also it improved their relationships among members of the tribe. The empowerment process has given everyone an opportunity to capacitate themselves and contribute in the community.  The program itself embraced the compassionate care for the indigenous people whose lives were challenged by generations and has been vulnerable in the intergenerational cycle of their poverty experiences. Indeed their productivity has never been compromised amid contrast on their livelihood environment. Other interventions under the program were also given such as Livelihood and Educational Assistance covering 280 and 804 beneficiaries respectively.

With all of these, we can see how beneficiaries can be productive when given the right opportunities and interventions. The program will soon be replicated in areas where Sama-Bajau communities are many. Members of the households on the other hand can take part in the implementation as well. The future of each of everyone are indeed securely fastened by time, where everyone share common goals and aspirations together in development and when everyone “Seas the Change.”

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‘Seas’ the Change

True to its promise, the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Region IX has completely embraced the core values of Maagap at Mapagkalingang Serbisyo through provision of extensive community based services to the poor Sama Bajau communities in Zamboanga City. Amid vulnerabilities for not having formal education and feeling of being underprivileged citizens in the communities, the DSWD has taken its way to open doors to capacitate the households and engage them in various activities that will strengthen not only of their trust in the government services but will also exposure to land based livelihood and cash for work activities. The birth of Comprehensive Program for Sama Bajau has improved not only their way of living but also the perception of people towards them. The importance and contribution they’ve started is a testament of their desire not only to wave their enriching culture and tribe but also a manifestation of pushing themselves to have an improved lives.

In the year 2014, The NCIP has registered 388 households and 1,923 indigent families purely Sama Bajau in Zamboanga City. Common livelihood were related to aqua marine activities such as fishing, agar-agar farming, sea shell collection along the shorelines of Sangali, Zamboanga City. It is in the Year 2014 when the Cash for Work project under the Comprehensive Program for Sama Bajaus was introduced in the community. With proper coordination with City Social Welfare Office, Barangay Local Government Unit, the program gained positive support where the implementation and provision of lot for the Communal Corn crop gardening were granted with authority and approval. Through the help and support of its Tribal Leader, the identification of eligible beneficiaries came very much easy for the project implementers to conduct community assemblies and orientation for the project implementation. The participation in the project was indeed a strong move in providing them another avenue to experience land based livelihood for their families. These enabled them to maximize their potentials to adapt their livelihood activities in the community where they resides amid being tagged as Sea Gypsies.

One hundred fifty one beneficiaries were involved in the Communal Corn Crop Gardening located in the adjacent lot near the Barangay Hall of Sangali. The 500sq meter was provided by Barangay Official of Sangali  for the beneficiares to engage into Agri-Farm technology. These beneficiaries were grouped into 10 with respective leaders to check the daily attendance of the participants.

A total of 339,960 compensated the 151 beneficiaries amounting to 2,250 pesos each for 15 days. This helped them augment their actual income and produce crops in time of harvest. True enough how the beneficiaries truly benefitted from the skills they have acquired and from the income they have earned from all their hard work and involvement in the project. The project has not only enriched the existing traditions they have but also it improved their relationships among members of the tribe. The empowerment process has not only given everyone an opportunity to capacitate themselves but also to contribute in the community.  The program itself embraced the compassionate care for the indigenous people whose lives were challenged by generations and has been vulnerable in the intergenerational cycle of their poverty experiences. Indeed their productivity has never been compromised amid contrast on their livelihood environment. Other interventions under the program were also given such as Livelihood and Educational Assistance covering 280 and 804 beneficiaries respectively.

With all of these, we can see how beneficiaries are productive when given the right opportunities and interventions. The program will soon be replicated in areas where Sama-Bajau communities are many. Members of the households on the other hand can take part in the implementation as well. The future of each of everyone are indeed securely fastened by time, where everyone share common goals and aspirations in development and when everyone “Seas the Change.”

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Titay successfully launched KC-NCDDP

The wait is finally over for a Municipality that the department has longed to be part and now we welcome anew the Municipality of Titay, Province of Sibugay as they has just launched Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services National Community-Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS-NCDDP) last March 28, 2017.

Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP is one of the poverty alleviation programs implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) that seeks to empower communities to achieve improved access to services and participate in more inclusive local planning, budgeting and implementation

The launching of the program was solidified through a MOA signing between the Local Government Unit of Titay headed by Hon. Mayor Leonardo B. Talania and with the department through Assistant Regional Director and the Regional Program Manager Consejo H. Usman in the presence of the different department heads and national government agencies and barangay officials.

Hon. Municipal Mayor Leonardo B. Talania expressed his gratitude to the department for persistently reaching out to the municipality to be part of Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP implementation, “kining Kalahi, sa una pa man ni nag suporta sa atong munisipyo. Pero sa akong pag-tan-aw, wala man ni gidawat sa una, so kay nag tan-aw man ta sa kaayuhan sa atong lungsod sa Titay, naningkamot ang konseho, wa gyud ko nasayud mga kaigsuonan”.

Then Deputy Regional Program Manager Elpidio Lapad was elated with the presence of the stakeholders specially the barangay officials knowing that the implementation will now be realized after encountering hurdles in the past as he provided an overview of the program’s features and processes.

Assistant Regional Director for Operations Consejo H. Usman commended the people of Titay for engaging with the program as she humbly recalled how the department went home frustrated on several occasions but the management is still pursuing and insisting to engage Titay, simply because it is one of the qualified Municipalities who deserve the program.

And indeed, hard work paid off, ARDO Usman ensured full support of the department in the implementation of the program in terms of technical assistance, logistical support for operations, capacity-building and trainings with the hope to see transformation in the attitude and values of the people and see the empowerment embodies within the volunteers and to include all other sectors in the community.

And to help achieve the objectives of the program, an Area Coordinating Team (ACT) consist of 13 staff  was also presented with the corresponding Municipal Coordinating Team (MCT) who will work hand in hand to ensure the facilitation of the implementation process.

In acceptance of the program, the Chairpersons of the 30 barangays composes the municipality of Titay, local unit heads, NGAs, CSOs, Sangguniang members, and Hon. Mayor Talania signed in their commitment to support the implementation.

Thus the launching is just the beginning of the many activities that will take place as soon as the Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP implementation calendar gets rolling with the participation of the different sectors of the community and with the support of the local chief executive, the municipal and barangay officials, the volunteers and the men and women of Titay.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DSWD accepts 88 youth interns for 30-day Government Internship Program

Eighty eight students availed the Government Internship Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Field Office IX this summer.

The students who were deployed in various units, centers and SWADTs of the agency officially started on April 26, 2017.

They shall observe the eight regular working hours per day and shall render 30 days of work to complete the program.

The GIP aims to expose the young interns in the government service, provide a potential avenue for recruits in the future and aid them financially to continue their studies this coming school year.

The applicants were requested to submit an Application Form attached with their recent 2×2 picture, Income Tax Return of parents, Barangay Certificate of Indigency indicating the income of the family and proof of school registration from the university or college institution.  The applicants must be 18-25 years of age during the application period in order to qualify for the said program.

A thorough review of documents were done to assess and screen the applicants through the Techical Working Group composed of key personnel of DSWD Field Office IX. An assessment guide was used to clearly determine the qualified applicants for the slots.

Each student will be paid 210 per day, a total of 6,300 for 30 days of work provided that they have not incurred late and absences during the period. ##

 

 

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DSWD Sec. Taguiwalo dialogues with repatriates in Zamboanga City

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Judy M. Taguiwalo visited Zamboanga City during the weekend to primarily assess and check the operations of the various centers under Region IX.

During her visit, she had the chance to dialogue with the remaining 227 repatriates out of 430 who arrived from Malaysia last March 1, 2017 and currently being sheltered in the Processing Center for Displaced Person (PCDP). As of March 3, DSWD was able to provide necessary interventions such as food, shelter, clothing and transportation among these deportees amounting to 289,370 pesos.

DSWD Regional Director Atty.Araceli F. Solamillo assured the DSWD Secretary that the center is always equipped with staff to do the intake and profiling of the arriving deportees with standby funds and food supplies to accommodate them. The secretary herself was able to observe the commitment of the staff in ensuring the welfare of the deportees while in the center.

In 2016, DSWD Field Office IX was able to serve a total of 17,724 deportees where 12,912 are males and 4,812 are females. A total amount of 17,028,070 were given in all forms of assistance. DSWD taps the Department of Health to provide medical assessment and consultation to all arriving repatriates.

During her visit, she also met with Zamboanga City Mayor Maria Isabelle “Beng” Climaco-Salazar where she had a courtesy call and dialogue in the presence of key officials and division chiefs of DSWD and Local Government Unit.

Sec. Taguiwalo also went to inspect DSWD’s Crisis Intervention Unit and Regional Youth Hostel to see what else can be improved on the services rendered to the clients. She expressed her gratitude to the workers for rendering their duties even until Sunday to provide assistance to walk-in clients. She also visited other centers such as Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) as well as the Home for the Elderly in Talon-Talon, Zamboanga City.

She also had the opportunity to meet the employees of Field Office IX where she presented the new direction of the department embracing the new Vision and Mission, Brand and Organizational Outcomes. She  gave emphasis on the importance of the protective services, “ito ang frontline na services para sa ating mga mamayan, ang Crisis Intervention Unit natin at ang mga Centers. Ang mga Centers talaga natin hindi man kasing dami ng promotive pero nagproprovide siya talaga ng malaking serbisyo. Para sa mga bata at kababaihan natin na nasa centers, it is only DSWD can provide them these services and so we have to make it better”, Sec. Taguiwalo said during the dialogue. ###

 

 

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Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP Staff undertakes CBDRRM Training

In response to the regular occurrences of both the natural and human-induced calamities, the Department of Social Welfare and Development in partnership with the Office of the Civil Defense Region IX conducted an intensive Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Training to Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP Area Coordinators and RPMO Staff on February 20-24, 2017 at Dipolog, Zamboanga del Norte.

The CBDRRM roll-out training to Kalahi CIDSS NCDDP Staff aims to ensure that disaster-risk reduction is considered a local priority, to identify, assess, and monitor disaster risks and enhance early warning systems, to use knowledge, innovation, and education to build a culture of safety and resilience at all levels,
to reduce the underlying risk factors, and to strengthen disaster preparedness for effective response and recovery at all levels, from the local to the national.

Deputy Regional Program Manager Elpidio Lapad pointed out the role of the Area Coordinators in mobilizing people, managing action and planning for immediate response when or during disaster strikes as managers of their respective areas.

The activity will provide Area Coordinators knowledge in responding to emergency or disaster and can eventually help train people to respond to emergency situations in their communities.

The 5-day training includes steps in conducting Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction Management, preparedness, prevention and mitigation mechanisms, disaster response and preparation for rehab and recovery and action planning.###

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