Payout para sa Social Pension Beneficiaries ng Region IX, magsisimula na

Nakatakda ngayong buwan ng Hunyo ang iskedyul ng payout para sa mga benepisyaryo ng Social Pension Program sa Region IX.

Kung matatandaan, ang bawat benepisyaryo ng Social Pension ay makakatanggap ng Php500 monthly stipend o may kabuuan na Php3,000 (bawat semester) na ibinibigay sa una at ikalawang semester ng taon. Ito ay tugon ng DSWD sa bawat indigent senior citizens bilang dagdag tulong sa kanilang pang-araw araw na pangangailangan tulad ng pagkain at gamot

Nakasaad sa Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 o RA 9994 na ang matatanggap na tulong ay naglalayong mapabuti ang kalagayan ng mga matatanda upang mabawasan ang kagutuman at maprotektahan ang mga ito laban sa pagpapabaya, abuso at mga sakuna.

Mayroong 195,934na mga benepisyaryo sa buong rehiyon ang makakatanggap ng kanilang stipend ngayong buwan mula sa DSWD. Naumpisahan na rin ng DSWD ang pagtransfer ng Pondo sa bawat LGUs upang masimulan na ang pamamahagi sa ating mga indigent senior citizens.

Pinapaalalahanan ni DSWD OIC-Regional Director, Fatima S. Caminan ang mga lokal na pamahalaan na gabayan ang mga benepisyaryo sa panahon ng payout at sumunod parin sa mga safety measures tulad ng paghugas ng kamay, Social Distancing, Pag-suot ng Facemask habang nasa distribution points o alinman sa mga distribution schemes na angkop sa kanilang lugar.

“Sa panahon na ito, ating pinapaalalahan ang aming partner LGUs na sundin ang mga nararapat na safety measures upang masigurado na ligtas at maayos ang pamamahagi ng stipend para sa ating mga benepisyaryo.”

Dagdag pa Director Caminan, kung maari ay ihatid na lamang ang pera sa bawat kabahayan lalo na sa mga senior citizens na bedridden, may kapansanan at wala nang kakayahan pang tumungo pa sa mga payout areas.

“Atin ring pinapayuhan ang mga benepisyaryong may kapansanan o wala nang kakayahan pang tumungo sa mga payout areas na kung maari ay ipagbigay alam ito sa inyong Local Government Units upang magawan ng agarang pag-aayos ng pamamahagi sa kanilang stipend.”

Sa cleanlist na ibinaba ng DSWD Central Office mayroong bilang ng benepisyaryo ang mga sumusunod na lungsod at probinsya: Zamboanga Del Norte (68,140) ; Zamboanga del Sur (64,808); Zamboanga Sibugay Province (36,949); Zamboanga City (21,837) at Isabela City (4,200).

Kasabay ng unang semester, ipagpapatuloy rin ang payout sa mga unpaid beneficiaries ng 2019 na mayroong 9,810 na benepisyaryo.

Para sa tamang iskedyul ng payout, inaabisuhan ang mga benepisyaryo na makipag-ugnayan sa kanilang Lokal na Pamahalaan upang sila ay magabayan at mabigyan ng karagdang impormasyon ukol rito.

Hangad ng DSWD na maging ligtas at maayos ang isasagawang payout ngayong buwan kaya’t ang pakikipagtulungan ay higit na mahalaga. ###

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CDD COVID-19 Disaster Response, inilunsad sa Titay

Bilang tugon sa Proclamation No. 929 na nakasaad ang deklarasyon ng State of Calamity sa buong bansa dahil sa paglaganap ng COVID-19, kamakailan ay inilunsad ng Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) ang Disaster Response Operation Procedure (DROP) sa Bayan ng Titay, Zamboanga Sibugay.

Ang DROP ay isang pansamantalang pamamaraan na gagamitin ng programa upang maipatupad ang Community-Driven Development (CDD) COVID-19 disaster response.

Hangarin nito na makapagbigay ng pangunahing serbisyo at karagdagang tulong sa lokal na pamahalaan at mga barangay upang tugunan ang pangangailangan ng komunidad na sakop ng implementasyon ng programa ngayong panahon ng pandemia.

Katulong pa rin ang mga Community Volunteers, sisiguraduhin sa ilalim ng DROP na ang mga proyektong mabibigyang prayoridad ng komunidad ay alinsunod rin sa pamantayang ipinatutupad ng Department of Health at gayun din ng programa.

Pinasalamatan ni Mayor Leonardo B. Talania ang ahensya sa pagpili sa kanilang bayan upang makapaghatid na mga proyektong makatutugon sa COVID19. Kasama rin sa mga sumaksi sa Municipal Launching ay ang Sangguniang Bayan at Municipal Inter-Agency Committee (MIAC) members at ang Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officer.

Ang Titay ay dati na kabilang sa implementasyon ng Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP Cycle 3 at 4 na may kabuuang 26 bilang ng sub-projects na naipatayo para sa komunidad. ###

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Kalawit LGU expresses appreciation to Kalahi over MAKILAHOK sub-projects’ turn-over

Local Government Unit of Kalawit led by their CDD Champion Mayor Salvador Antojado expressed their appreciation on the program during the turn-over ceremonies of the Child Development Center and Two Barrel Box Culvert at Sitio Palalihan, Barangay Botong and Paraiso in Kalawit, Zamboanga del Norte last week.

The Child Development Center was completed last January 22, 2020 while the Two Barrel Box Culvert was on March 3, 2020 and is among the 10 out of 14 completed sub-projects for Kalahi-CIDSS MAKILAHOK.

The LCE was a former Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee (BSPMC) Chair turned Barangay Official, he was once a community volunteer of the program which was trained on planning, project management and other competencies in leading project implementation.

With this, he recognized the role of Kalahi-CIDSS in community development especially in their municipality given the engagement they had with the different modalities of the program since 2004. And by 2019, Kalawit is the only identified MAKILAHOK implementing municipality in the entire Zamboanga del Norte.

He also extended his appreciation to the Promotive Services Division Chief Ma. Socorro S. Macaso and Regional Project Coordinator Narrabelle Z. Bue from the Regional Program Management Office (RPMO) who attended the said activity together with the LGU staff, Barangay Officials and the community.

MAKILAHOK is a pilot capability building project which infuses CDD approach in the Barangay Development planning process. It is a continuing learning course for BLGUs to reinforce participatory governance anchored on community engagement in all phases of Barangay Development Planning, through the CDD Based training module, it also strengthens the legal provisions and existing policy directives on citizen participation, transparency, and accountability in local government’s planning process.###

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Barangay Payongan conduct ground-breaking for Sectional Concreting SP

Barangay Payongan in Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay will soon start the construction of the 300 linear meter sectional concreting sub-project under Cycle 2 of Kalahi-CIDSS PAMANA IP-CDD following the ground-breaking ceremony last January 30, 2020.

The sub-project is expected to be completed within 73 days with a total project cost of Php2,698,998.00.

According to the residents of the barangay, the Subanen has been longing to get the road repaired since this is the only way leading to their town.  The Local Government Unit present during the ceremony also commits to allocate 8.3 million to continue the concreting of road connecting to poblacion.

The construction of 300 ln. m. sectional concreting is among the 20 on-going sub-projects being implemented in the Municipality of Alicia under the said program.

DSWD, through Kalahi-CIDSS, supports the PAMANA framework by providing micro-level interventions that promote the convergent delivery of services and goods focused on households and communities utilizing the Community-Driven Development (CDD) strategy. ###

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IP Volunteers construct Tribal Hall in Payao

Residents of Barangay Kulasian in Payao, Zamboanga Sibugay have constructed an IP Tribal Hall worth Ph1 million for the Samal and Subanen community under the Kalahi-CIDSS IP-CDD program of DSWD.

According to the Kulasian Indigenous Peoples Organization (KIPO) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) president Fernando Velasco “kami maningkamot nga among mahatag kung unsa man ang panginahanglanon diha sa pag-operate niini nga proyekto, ilabina ang pag-amping sa mga instrumento nga anaa lakip niini. Ipatuman ang mga palisiya ug balaod nga namugna aron mulungtad ang gihatag sa KC PAMANA IP-CDD”.

We will try to provide the things needed in the operation of this project, especially in ensuring the functionality of the instruments along with it. To implement the policies for the improvement of the sub-project provided by KC PAMANA IP-CDD.

The sub-project has been completed last December 30, 2019 and was formally turned-over to the community last January 29, 2020. This is under Batch 1 cycle 2 implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS IP-CDD which aims to prioritize IPs under targeted CADTs.

DSWD. through Kalahi-CIDSS, supports the PAMANA framework by providing micro-level interventions that promote the convergent delivery of services and goods focused on households and communities utilizing the Community-Driven Development (CDD) strategy. In 2017, OPAPP and DSWD agreed to expand the partnership under PAMANA to support a Community-Driven Development Program for Indigenous Peoples (IP-CDD). The project aims to deliver basic services to IP communities through supporting the implementation of the Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan (ADSDPP), strengthen partnership of local governance institutions and the Indigenous Political Structures and build communities resilience to conflict.

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IP Volunteers construct Tribal Hall in Payao

Residents of Barangay Kulasian in Payao, Zamboanga Sibugay have constructed an IP Tribal Hall worth Ph1 million for the Samal and Subanen community under the Kalahi-CIDSS IP-CDD program of DSWD.

According to the Kulasian Indigenous Peoples Organization (KIPO) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) president Fernando Velasco “kami maningkamot nga among mahatag kung unsa man ang panginahanglanon diha sa pag-operate niini nga proyekto, ilabina ang pag-amping sa mga instrumento nga anaa lakip niini. Ipatuman ang mga palisiya ug balaod nga namugna aron mulungtad ang gihatag sa KC PAMANA IP-CDD”.

We will try to provide the things needed in the operation of this project, especially in ensuring the functionality of the instruments along with it. To implement the policies for the improvement of the sub-project provided by KC PAMANA IP-CDD.

The sub-project has been completed last December 30, 2019 and was formally turned-over to the community last January 29, 2020. This is under Batch 1 cycle 2 implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS IP-CDD which aims to prioritize IPs under targeted CADTs.

DSWD. through Kalahi-CIDSS, supports the PAMANA framework by providing micro-level interventions that promote the convergent delivery of services and goods focused on households and communities utilizing the Community-Driven Development (CDD) strategy. In 2017, OPAPP and DSWD agreed to expand the partnership under PAMANA to support a Community-Driven Development Program for Indigenous Peoples (IP-CDD). The project aims to deliver basic services to IP communities through supporting the implementation of the Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan (ADSDPP), strengthen partnership of local governance institutions and the Indigenous Political Structures and build communities resilience to conflict.

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Subanen Community received Day Care Center funded by Kalahi

A Construction of Day Care Center (DCC) to Subanen Community was inaugurated last June 18, 2019 at Sitio Tilling, Purok Gemelina, Malubal in R.T. Lim, Zamboanga Sibugay.

The turn-over ceremony was graced by the Local Government Unit of R.T. Lim headed by the outgoing Mayor Michael Piodena, Vice-Mayor Danilo Piodena and some Sangguniang members, together with the Barangay officials and Kalahi-CIDSS field staff.

The DCC with a total cost of Php1,152,067.25, is the 3rd of the 13 Sub-projects of R.T. Lim under LGU-led implementation that has been turned-over to the community.

According to BSPMC Chairperson Maria Teresa G. Dolendo, the old structure was no longer safe to the kids. The foundation of the old structure is too frail and the materials covering the old day care were all products of donation to the community.

Although there is another structure within the barangay, but it is too costly for the parents to send their kids to the next purok, which is too far away. To reach Sitio Tilling, one has to commute about 6 kilometers on a rough road from the barangay center of Malubal alone.

Maria Teresa Dolendo, BSPMC Chair with MLGU and BLGU Officials during the inauguration of the newly constructed day care center in Malubal, RT Lim.

The road is not too friendly to the children during rainy season. There are portions where it gets too slippery and it tends to drag a person or even a motorcycle down into the mud and people experience difficulty in getting their farm produce out every time.

This is the reason why most of the Subanen in this area could not afford to send their children to school given all the struggles that they have to endure from poor facilities, to limited access and resources.

The volunteers of Malubal who are mostly not from Sitio Tilling felt the need to help send these Subanen children to school by providing them a convenient facility within their vicinity. This will help their children learn and create brighter future ahead of them.

The construction of Day Care Center is a good development to their place since they’ve been feeling like they were forgotten in terms of services from the government since they’re so far from poblacion.

The community volunteers are also grateful to the support provided by the Municipal Local Government of R.T. Lim and the Barangay officials as well.

With this, Barangay Chairperson Gilbert Salazar continuously encourages his Subanen constituents to come out and keep the participation going as this is the key to having their voices heard and knowing what they’ve wanted and needed. The construction of day care center is the second sub-project funded by Kalahi-CIDSS in Malubal. They were also a recipient of Road Concreting project under 1st Cycle NCDDP implementation.

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Worth Every Step: 1,950 Concrete Uphill Stairway

Imagine to have walked around 3 kilometers on a muddy ground from your home to the nearest hi-way doing your daily routine of either going to school, doing errands, attending to business or any form of livelihood, and many more. Sounds ordinary? But what if these 3 kilometers is an uphill- 3 hour climb? And a roadless one. These challenges are known to a lot of poor communities in the region that Kalahi-CIDSS serves.

But this is not the only case for a barangay in Kumalarang. Limamawan is an uphill barangay which has around 96 Subanen households. Located around 3 kilometers from the hi-way, at around 1,350 feet above sea level, the trail to and from the barangay entails a lot of adventure to the community and all the more to the people who visits the area for the provision of basic social services.

For one, they do not have road. The community created a path from which they can easily climb up and in going down. The terrain is too stiff and the path couldn’t sustain due to the excessive rainfall in the area that it washes away and turns into mud-like form. Once this turned muddy, it becomes too dangerous to pass, and it tends to become too slippery that if not careful, one could slip into the cliff.

BSMPC Chairperson Marilou Tabiliran welcome the guests during the turn-over ceremony of the Concreting of Uphill Stairway with 3 Interval Sheds

“Mahirap ang buhay, lalo kapag magbababa ng benta, mga saging, kamote, utan. Lisod ang agianan , wala’y kuryente, solar lang source”, expressed by Marilou P. Tabiliran, BSPMC Chairperson of the said sub-project.

(Life is difficult, especially when we need to bring our produce downtown like banana, crops and vegetables. The road is hard to pass, no source of electricity, only by solar).

It is also equally dangerous on dry days, when one could be caught up in the middle of the scorching hit carrying heavy baggage, as the trail will tire you and dry you up.

But all these are their everyday grind. Bringing with them sacks of farm produce, most of the time it get wasted due to difficulty and inconvenience in transporting these downtown.

Most of them earn their living through farming, as the environment is suitable for growing crops, corn, and vegetables. Despite the meager income, through these they were able to feed their families and even send their kids to school.

However, they believe that they can do better with their harvest if the path is in good condition considering that they can’t make use of motorcycle or any form of vehicle in climbing.

During Cycle 3 Implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS, their proposed sub-project  “Concreting of Uphill Stairway” was prioritized. But the implementation was confronted with a lot of challenges particularly in the hauling of materials, the labor group, and the weather and terrain condition. All these had factored in the untimely completion of the sub-project. Just imagine the difficulty in bringing all these materials, sacks of cement, steelbar, metal roofing and wood at such height. But the community was so determined to finish the sub-project, to them it’s their most aspired project. So they tried to help in any possible way to get the job done with the help also of the Local Government.

By April 30, 2019, the Concreting of Uphill Stairway with 3 Interval Sheds was turned-over to the community. The sub-project which has a total cost of Php1,977,780.00 has a 1,950 concrete step with steel handgrip and interval sheds as resting station.       

 “Mas dali ang paglakaw , panahon sa ulan dili na danlug. Sa mga estudyante sayo na ang ilang pagnaog sa highschool. Sa mag-uma mapadali na ang pagagi kay dili na danlug sa panahon sa ulan”, shared by Marilou P. Tabiliran, BSPMC Chairperson of the said sub-project.

With the completion, the Limamawans is looking forward to a better returns of farm produce when transporting, safe passage for students, and easier access of basic social services come sunny or even rainy season.

Indeed for them, who have found shelter in the comfort of the mountain, climbing home is worth every step. Kalahi-CIDSS is a poverty reduction program that aims to improve the delivery of social services in poor communities. Local residents are empowered to engage in planning and implementation of community projects that would best address their needs.

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