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DSWD: ONLY LOW INCOME FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THE ECQ ARE INCLUDED IN SAP

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), the lead agency that implements the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) pursuant to Republic Act 11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, says that not all families will be given provision by the program.

The Memorandum Circular No. 9 or omnibus guidelines state that the emergency subsidy shall be given to low-income families, assessed to be most affected by the imposition of community quarantine, given their existing life situations or circumstances.

Target beneficiaries shall include 4Ps beneficiaries, families with low income including those who are not currently recipients of the 4Ps, informal economy workers, indigent families of Indigenous Peoples, and other vulnerable groups.

“As much as we want to help all families that are affected by the implementation of the ECQ (Enhanced Community Quarantine), we are bounded by guidelines that are our basis for doing what should be done,” DSWD-9 OIC-Regional Director Fatima S. Caminan said.

Not eligible to receive SAP grants are those families who have members that work in the government such as elected and appointed government officials, personnel contracted in any National Government Agency (NGA), Government –owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC), and Local Government Units (LGU).

Employees in the private sector, formal economy workers, including those who work for GOCCs without original charters, regardless of the existence of employee-employer relationship, and regardless of the fact that they are receiving salary or wage are likewise excluded in the provision of SAP.

Retired individuals who are receiving pension and their immediate families are also not included in the program.

Region IX has 726,259 families to be covered by SAP. 323,074 of which are 4Ps family beneficiaries and 403,185 families are non-Pantawid beneficiaries who are qualified to receive the SAP cash subsidy based on the omnibus guidelines.

To date, DSWD Field Office 9 has already transferred a total amount of Php 1,951,158,000.00 to sixty six (67) LGUs in Region IX or about 98% of the total funding requirement.

Queries and complaints on inclusion and/or exclusion can be reported to the hotline service center of the DSWD through 0906-512-4841 (Globe) and 0961-721-0948 (Smart).

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DSWD ACTIVATES AGENCY OPERATION CENTER

Following the implementation of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), the regional office in Zamboanga Peninsula has activated an Agency Operation Center (AOC) to oversee and address all concerns with regards to carrying out the program.

The establishment of the AOC was activated to serve as a command facility to monitor and coordinate the implementation of the Department’s Social Amelioration Program or the provision of emergency subsidy to the most affected families and individuals in areas under community quarantine.

Consequently, the Department has also launched a hotline center which will capture and answer all inquiries, refer actions on complaints and grievances, and clarify matters to the public about the said program.

The hotline center is managed by the committee on Client Support as part of the Agency Operation Center.

The hotline numbers are open to all networks including Globe and Smart Telecom and are ready to receive calls daily from 9 AM to 5 PM.

As of its launching yesterday, the hotline center was able to respond to more than 100 clients from across the region.

The top three concerns received are mainly on (1) eligibility to the program; (2) under coverage or those who were not administered Social Amelioration Card (SAC); and (3) inquiries on schedule of SAP orientation and distribution of SAC in their barangays.

DSWD Hotliners in action, attending to concerns and inquiries

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4Ps BENEFICIARIES MAY BE DELISTED FOR CLAIMING ADDITIONAL SAP

Beneficiaries of the country’s conditional cash transfer program, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, implemented by the DSWD may face delistment for claiming double emergency subsidy under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP).

Based on the implementing rules and regulations of the program, the circumstance of claiming additional SAP grants constitutes fraud and unbecoming demeanor of a beneficiary which grounds him/her to be sanctioned and dealt with administratively.

“The Department sees to it that there will be no duplicity in the receiving of Social Amelioration grants especially with our program beneficiaries. We trust that our beneficiaries will also help us uphold transparency and integrity in implementing our programs and services,” DSWD-9 OIC Regional Director Fatima S. Caminan said.

It can be recalled that the beneficiaries of the 4Ps program have already received their emergency subsidy under the SAP since April 04, 2020.

The beneficiaries have received an emergency subsidy worth Php 3,650 on top of their regular grants worth Php 750 (health) and Php 600 (rice subsidy) which in total sums up to Php 5,000 grants.

As of this date, the Department has not yet received any reports of double claim by a 4Ps beneficiary.

Should there be a case on which a beneficiary was able to receive additional 5k SAP grant, the Department urges the public to report it immediately to the grievance hotline of the program at 0927-161-3818.

The public may also directly report a case to the city/municipal links assigned in their area for immediate validation.

Other forms of communication with the DSWD are also open such as through their official Facebook Page (DSWD Region IX) and regional website https://fo9.dswd.gov.ph/

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Ayudang 4Ps ay nala-SAP

Tindera sa isang 24/7 Convenience Store si Janet Denolan Gomez, 33, tubong Capase, Roxas, Zamboanga del Norte. Gabi-gabi siyang pumapasok sa trabaho mula alas 7 ng gabi hanggang alas 7 ng umaga. Di inaalintana ang pagod at puyat, mairaos lang ang pang araw-araw na gastusin ng kanyang maliit na pamilya.

Mga anak ni Janet: RJ (12y/o) at Jeannie Rose (9y/o)

May dalawang anak si Janet na pawang mga bata pa –ang panganay niyang anak na si RJ ay 12 años na at nasa Grade 7, samantalang ang pangalawa niyang anak na si Jeannie Rose ay 9 na taong gulang pa lang at nasa Grade 4 naman.

Hiwalay sa asawa si Janet at siya na lang ang tanging kumakayod para bumuhay sa kanyang mga anak.

Mula nang maipatupad ang Community Quarantine bilang paraan ng gobyerno upang maiwasan ang hawaan ng virus na COVID-19 sa bansa, nawalan na rin ng pang hanapbuhay si Janet dahil pansamantalang nagsara ang tindahang pinapasukan nito.

Dahil kabilang si Janet sa informal economy workers, apektado ito ng No Work, No Pay.

Masakit man sa kanyang loob, kinailangang gamitin ni Janet ang kakaunti nitong ipon upang maitawid ang kanilang pang araw-araw sa gitna ng quarantine.

Halos tatlong linggong nagtipid si Janet upang mapagkasya ang kanyang ang ipon sa araw-araw na gastusin. Walang kasiguraduhan kung may makakain pa sila kinabukasan.

Hanggang sa mabalitaan niya ang tulong para sa mga miyembro ng 4Ps kung saan kabilang si Janet. Ito ay ang Social Amelioration Program (SAP), isang programa na naglalayong matugunan ang pangangailangan ng mga bulnerableng sektor ng lipunan sa gitna ng implementasyon ng Enhanced Community Quarantine sa gitna ng banta ng COVID-19.

Ayon sa programang ito, makakakuha ng hindi hihigit sa Php 5,000.00 ayuda ang bawat miyembro ng 4Ps bilang emergency subsidy kasabay ng regular na natatanggap nito mula sa programa.

Nang makuha ni Janet ang SAP, agad siyang tumungo sa pamilihan upang bumili ng mga pagkain at iba pang gamit. Habang namimili, naalala niya ang kanyang 2 anak kaya naisipan niyang bumili ng itlog para sa mga ito.

Tuwang-tuwa ang mga bata sapagkat unang pagkakataon nilang makakain ng itlog ng pugo.

Malaki ang naging pasasalamat ni Janet sa DSWD at 4Ps dahil sa nalasap nitong tulong mula sa Social Amelioration Program. Ipinakita pa niya ang mga nabili niyang grocery.

“Grocery namin.. Malaking pasalamat ko talaga sa DSWD kasi napakalaking tulong nito sa akin lalo’t ako na lang mag-isa ang bumubuhay sa dalawa kong anak.. Kung wala ito, ewan ko kung saan ako kukuha ng pangkain namin,” ika ni Janet sa Facebook Page ng Pantawid Pamilya Region IX.

Isa lamang si Janet sa 289,116 na pamilya sa buong Zamboanga Peninsula na nakatanggap ng SAP sa ilalim ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. Umaabot sa Php 1,055,273,400.00 ang halaga ng emergency subsidy na naibigay ng programa sa mga benepisyaryo nito ngayong panahon ng quarantine. Unang bahagi pa lamang ito ng ayudang ipagkakaloob sa mga benepisyaryo sa loob ng dalawang buwan.

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4PS BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE EMERGENCY SUBSIDY DURING ECQ

Pursuant to Republic Act 11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, beneficiaries of the country’s conditional cash transfer program will be receiving emergency subsidy under the Social Amelioration Program as top up to their regular cash grants from 4Ps.

The said program is government’s help for the poor and most vulnerable sectors to mitigate the effects brought by the strict implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine in majority of cities and municipalities due to the health emergency on COVID-19.

The provision of Emergency Subsidy will be done in 2 tranches, the first of which has already been credited to the beneficiaries’ ATM accounts last April 03, 2020 and the 2nd tranche will be credited on another schedule.

For Region IX, the prescribed amount of emergency subsidy is Php 5,000 based on the region’s minimum wage level.

This means that each 4Ps household will be able to receive Php 3,650 on top of the Php 750 health grant and Php 600 rice subsidy for the month of April.

The emergency subsidy, health grant, and rice subsidy will compose the Php 5,000 Social Amelioration Program grant for the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

The beneficiaries are encouraged to coordinate with their city/municipal links for the withdrawal of their cash grants and emergency subsidy while observing the protocols on social distancing and other preventive measures to avoid possible transmission of the corona virus.

Earlier, the Department has already credited the Period 6 (December 2019 and January 2020) grants of the beneficiaries to those who hold EMV-activated cash cards.

For beneficiaries without cash cards, the Department is now coordinating with LandBank of the Philippines and Local Government Units for the release of the formers’ regular grants and emergency subsidy.

Meanwhile, with the proliferation of fake news on the internet, the Department urges beneficiaries to on rely information coming from reliable sources only such as from established news authorities, governments’ website and social media accounts.

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Empowered SLPAs in Zambo lead production of free masks for community, frontliners

The seams and stitches have brought changes in the lives of SLP associations. Recounted through the years of successful livelihood of sewing, the dreams and hopes of program participants are intertwined through collective efforts and desire to sustain the change in their community. These opportunities were made possible through the funded skills training to provide seed capital funds for Microenterprise development of the SLPAs.

Little did they know that apart from learning the skills from these dressmaking businesses can not only provide income for their members and support their family but can also turn into blessings to others.

Challenged by the unforeseen enemies brought by the threat of COVID-19 in the country, many of the people in the communities were affected by these dilemmas. The stringent social distancing measures due to declaration of enhanced community quarantine has affected the majority of the population not only in COVID stricken areas in Luzon but also in Zamboanga City which has recorded five confirmed to date.  These directives have led to massive panic buying and unavailability of stocks most especially in disinfectants, alcohols and masks. 

However, the formidable situation didn’t hinder the members of the Sustainable Livelihood Program Associations in Zamboanga City to stop their operation but instead they find this opportunity as blessing in disguise to render their services and help those who are in dire need of masks for protection. The scarcity of face masks led the associations to initiate its production so they can help their community protect themselves. The associations of STARLIGHT and Sistrera Dela Victoria SLPAs were able to initially produce more than 1,000 washable face masks. The situation has shed light to members of these SLPAs to utilize their skills of sewing in their livelihood. These initiatives were made possible using the materials from their own miscut cloths.  Only a few of their produced face masks were sold for only Php10-Php20 while some were given for free among their neighbors, family members including those frontliners in their vicinity.

“Alegre kame cay ta puede kame ayuda na otro. Necesita man ayudahan kita, que rico man o pobre necesita man uyun kita para puede kita man fight con este cosa ta pasa ara y man share kita el blessing con aquelos bien necesita gayod ayuda. Ohala descansa ya este calamidad. Ohala hindi kita viola na cosa ta abla el govierno canaton, esta kita na casa para hindi este man calayat” Said Alejandra Dela Cruz, President of Sistrera Dela Victoria SLPA

(We are happy that we are able to help others, we need to help each other. Regardless of our social status, we need to go along with each other and face the challenges ahead of us. We also need to share what we have, to those who have little, or none at all. We hope this calamity will end soon and  hoping no one will violate what the government is requesting for us to do to in order to prevent the spread of the virus.)

“Man  junto junto kita ayuda maga hente que necesita ayuda. Hace kita este contribucion na de aton ciudad.”  Salvacion G. Mabologtong, President of Ayala Starlight SLPA added.

(Let’s help people together who are in need. Let this be our contribution to our city)

Indeed during difficult times, the Bayanihan spirit will always prevail among Filipinos. For more than a year, the bags, dresses and other woven materials they have produced have represented their hopes and aspirations that are woven through their seamless determination towards sustainable change.

More SLPAs have followed the initiative in giving out masks to the public and barangay officials in the community.

The Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) is a capability-buildingprogram of the DSWD for poor, vulnerable and marginalized households and communities to improve their socio-economic conditions through accessing and acquiring necessary assets to engage in and maintain thriving livelihoods.
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4PS BENEFICIARIES IN REGION IX RECEIVE CASH GRANTS

Several members of the country’s conditional cash transfer program have line up today at various LandBank ATM branches and authorized servicing outlets for the withdrawal of their cash grants under the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

The Department has coordinated with the Local Government Unit down to the barangay level to facilitate an organized withdrawal of cash grants adhering to the rules and policies on the prevention of COVID-19 transmission.

“It is deemed imperative for us as a social welfare agency to make withdrawal of cash grants available for the beneficiaries especially now that we are facing a crisis. This is a safety net measure for our beneficiaries following the mandated enhanced community quarantine,” DSWD-9 OIC-Regional Director Fatima S. Caminan said.

Prior to this, the DSWD has announced that Landbank of the Philippines (LBP) will credit the cash grants of the beneficiaries into to their individual EMV-activated cash cards starting March 24. However, this will only be for the beneficiaries under the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT). The Department, together with the LBP, targets to credit the cash grants of the Regular Conditional Cash Transfer (RCCT) members by April.

 PREVENTIVE MEASURES VS MASS GATHERINGS

Ensuring the safety of the beneficiaries, field staff of the DSWD were deployed in various LBP branches, ATM stations, and Point of System (POS) to secure the observance of policies in the prevention of COVID-19 such as maintaining physical distance, wearing face mask and other protective gears, use of alcohol and sanitizers, proper hand-washing with soap, and changing of clothes upon arriving home.

In the municipality of Titay in Zamboanga Sibugay, as agreed during the meeting with the Municipal Administrator, Chief of Police, and LBP staff, all beneficiaries will be ferried to and from their residences using police mobile as all public transport are suspended.

Health workers and barangay officials are also on the lookout to avoid mass gatherings and crowd control. Attendance and participation of senior citizens, pregnant women, children, those with fever, cough, and/or colds are discouraged in the withdrawal of cash grants.

Parent Leaders in Titay, Zamboanga Sibugay were oriented to help facilitate an organized cash card withdrawal

Beneficiaries of the MCCT have received educational and health grants for Period 6 (December 2019 and January 2020). In addition, they also received rice subsidy for 2 months.

CASH CARD WITHDRAWALS IN VARIOUS AREAS

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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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