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Patubig, pamanang suporta ng komunidad

“Bilang Timuay, hangad ko lamang na maging masaya ang mga tao sa aming komunidad. Masaya ako dahil nagawa namin ang sub-project at lahat ay makabenepisyo sa pinatayong Water System Level II sa aming lugar. Masaya ako na naging matagumpay ito dahil sa suportang binigay ng buong komunidad sa amin”. 

Ito ang pangarap ni Timuay Junrey Andapit para sa kanyang kinasasakupan. Bukod sa pagiging isang Tribal Leader ay nagsisilbi ring siya bilang isang Barangay Kagawad sa Tinaplan, Leon B. Postigo, Zamboanga del Norte.

Ang kanilang barangay ay may layong 15 kilometro mula sa poblacion at nasa 70% sa mga taga rito ay katulad niyang Subanen. Kwento niya ay simple lamang ang pamumuhay sa kanilang lugar, karamihan ang pangunahing pinagkakakitaan ay ang pagbebenta ng kopras at goma. Kung mauubusan man ng bigas ay nairaraos naman sila ng tanim na mais, o kamoteng kahoy at saging na rin.

Dati na rin naging bahagi ng implementasyon ng Kalahi-CIDSS ang Bayan ng Leon Postigo kung kaya’t hindi na rin nanibago ang mga residente sa pagtanggap sa PAMANA IP-CDD. Sa katunayan gamit na gamit pa rin sa ngayon ang mga proyektong naipatayo noon ng Kalahi sa kanilang barangay.

Ngunit naroon pa rin naman ang kakulangan nila ng maayos na sistema ng patubig. Isa ito sa nakitang problema ng komunidad, kahit na mayroon silang water source ay wala naman silang reservoir. Ang kanilang water source ay nasa level I lamang at nag-iisa lang ang tapstand nito na hindi sasapat upang maserbisyuhan ang buong barangay maging ang kalapit nitong komunidad.

Ayon kay Timuay Junrey, kinakailangan pa nilang umalis ng maaga, pumila upang makapag-igib ng tubig dahil malayo-layo rin ang lalakarin patungo sa kinalalagyan ng tapstand.

Kung kaya’t napagkasunduan mula sa Tribal Leaders Meeting kasama rin ang mga opisyales ng barangay na bigyang prayoridad ang hinaing nilang water system.

Ang Water System Level II sub-project na kabilang sa implementasyon ng Batch 2, Cycle 1 ay nakadisenyo na may anim ngunit sila ay nakabuo ng labin-isang tapstand na nasadya sa matataong lugar sa kanilang barangay upang maibsan ang paghihirap ng mga residente dito sa pag-igib ng tubig para sa araw-araw na pangangailangan. Ito rin ay aalalay sa Lower Tinaplan CBFM Farmer’s Association.

Nataon rin sa nararanasang pandemia ay lalong nakikita nila ang pangangailan na maipatupad sa lalong madaling panahon ang nasabing proyekto. Natapos ang paggawa sa loob ng labing-apat na araw at noong ngang ika -29 ng Mayo 2020 ay pormal nang pinasinayaan ang Water System Level II sub-project na pinondohan ng PAMANA IP-CDD sa halagang Php950,000.00.

Ang PAMANA IP-CDD ay bunga ng pagpapalawig ng kasunduan ng Office of the Presidential Adviser for Peace Process (OPAPP) at ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) sa pamamagitan ng Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) na nagbibigay ng interbensyon sa paghahatid ng mga serbisyo at programa na nakatuon sa komunidad ng mga Indigenous People o katutubo gamit ang Community-Driven Development. 

Ilang taon na rin mula nang naisakatupan ng isang pulitiko ang kanilang patubig, ngunit laking pasasalamat ni Timuay Junrey sa programa dahil hindi niya akalain sa dami ng barangay sa Leon Postigo ay nabigyang prayoridad ang hinaing nila.

Aniya “napahimuslan na namo ang proyekto, nagpasalamat kog dako bisan pay lisod ang trabaho ug tambong sa mga meeting pero nalipay ko kay successful ang project sa among barangay. Dili na maglisod sa tubig tungod nga duol na sa among tukaran”.

(Nagagamit na namin ang proyekto, laking pasasalamat ko kahit na mahirap ang trabaho at kailangang dumalo sa mga pagpupulong, pero natutuwa ako kasi natagumpayan namin ang proyekto sa aming barangay. Hindi na mahihirapan pa sa pag-salok tubig dahil nandito na lamang sa aming bakuran.) ###

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DSWD SALUTES 4Ps SON, NOW CADET 1st CLASS

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) highly salutes Jefferson Yamson Salazar, a 4Ps beneficiary’s son who recently marched as Cadet First Class in the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Masidlawin Class of 2020.

Among the 196 graduates, Salazar ranked 3rd along with Cadet First Class Gemalyn Sugui (Valedictorian) and Cadet First Class Jade Villanueva (Salutatorian) being in the Top 3.

PMA TOP 3. L-R Cadet First Class Jade Villanueva (Salutatorian), Cadet First Class Gemalyn Deocares Sugui (Valedictorian), and Cadet First Class Jefferson Yamson Salazar (3rd placer).
Photos courtesy: PMA

Jefferson is the fourth child of tricycle driver Jose and snack vendor Marites Salazar who are members of DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).

In an interview, Marites says that her son has always been a good student. Jefferson usually does not bring notebook in class because according to him, he ensures that he understands the lectures and everything he learns is kept in his mind.

Marites recalls that even when they were struggling financially, she has always seen the big potential in Jefferson and was confident that he can achieve his goals despite the hardships in life.

“Hindi hadlang ang kahirapan kaya huwag mawalan ng pag-asa at mag-aral ng mabuti para makamit nila ang pangarap nila at magtagumpay, (Poverty is not a hindrance so don’t lose hope and study hard to achieve your dreams and succeed,)” Marites shares her message to her co-4Ps family beneficiaries.

As a young boy, Jefferson was a consistent honor student of his class. Because of poverty, he has seen his eldest sibling sacrificed her education for a job to help sustain their family. And so he made sure to keep an eye on his goal.

In college, he took up Bachelor of Science in Physics at Western Mindanao State University then proceeded to pursue his studies in PMA and succeeded.

Despite not being able to attend the graduation rite last May 22 due to COVID-19 protocols, Jefferson’s family was very proud of his achievement.

Marites also expressed how thankful she is for the support that she has received from family, relatives, and the government.

“Naging malaking tulong yung natatanggap namin na cash assistance dahil nagkaroon ako ng karagdagang kapital sa pagtitinda. Ang programa ng gobyerno gaya ng 4Ps ay may layuning tumulong sa mga nangangailangan; nasa tao na kung papaano niya ito gamitin, (The cash assistance has been a great help especially as augmentation to our livelihood. Government programs such as the 4Ps aim to help families in need but it is up to the people to make something out of it,” says Marites.

Salazar family has been a beneficiary of the 4Ps since 2013. Jefferson’s older sister who was a monitored child of 4Ps will soon take her licensure board exam in December. To this date, only their youngest child who is in Grade 9 is monitored by the program. 

Now, Salazar family celebrates the achievement of each of their family members. 

The eldest daughter, after working for several years to help support the family, is now back in school taking up BS Chemistry in WMSU;

The second child, who was also a scholar of DSWD’s Sulong Dunong, already graduated from a 2-year degree;

The third child supported herself in college by joining a school-funded organization and earning on the side from being a School Assistant;

The 4th child (Jefferson) will soon join the Philippine Navy;

The 5th child will soon graduate with a degree in Political Science;

The 6th child will take her licensure board exam as a Pharmacist in December; and

The youngest one is currently in Grade 9, GT STEM.

Salazar family, proud 4Ps beneficiary.

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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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Captain of the Lower

In 2013, Barangay Lower Conacon in the Municipality of Bayog have a charming, happy and a public servant lady.

Gemma Malaque Gumolon, 42 years old, married to Mr. Rey Pasco Gumolon. They have two children namely Remyjoy and Rainier.

This family lives their life simple, they planted fruits and vegetables and small agricultural farm for their living. Being a barangay kagawad receive an honorarium of 2,000- 3,000 pesos a monthly which is not enough.It was never easy as to imagine how their life lives in that moment. In the year 2007 a survey from the Department of Social Worker and Development conducted to approve the 4Ps beneficiaries in their Barangay. But they were all subject for approval and validation. A blessing comes in the year 2009 to the family of Gumolon as an approved pantawid beneficiaries. It was a new start of their dreams to come true and need to work harder for progress.

Pantawid beneficiaries were priority of the sustainable livelihood program offered from the agency of DSWD. But, not all of them will be granted within their community. They must work hard of it by attending orientation and other form of activity in forming an association. The application was made of twenty-five participants. The application did not take long. They granted a project amounting to Php250,000 pesos as a start-up capital for their income generatingproject. The assistance was under the SLP modality which is the Seed Capital Fund. It is capacity building grant given to the eligible SLP participant belonging to an SLP association.

The association enterprise was abaca production. They struggled how to start the business. They asked help from the PDO and LGU worker to assist them. September 2015 they received the abaca seeds. They look for a space where they could plant it. With the leadership of Gemma, she asks her father if they could lend an space for free for the abaca.  They borrowed two hectares from Gemma’s father and one hectare from Letecia A. Monares a member of the association. It shows how they are eager to help each other for the association. The abaca located at the Barangay Lower Conacon.

Their abaca will generate income after one or two years if it is ready to harvest.  The association members feel sad and impatience as they never receive any income that can help to their daily needs. Gemma and the group had a meeting and they decided to find another way to generate an income. Some members suggested for Bigasan enterprise and some were suggested hogs raising. They couldn’t proceed to Bigasan enterprise because of hazardous to travel of sacks ofrice. And hog raising because lack of water supply. One of the member suggested for money lending with 5% interest additional to principal amount in return for quarterly. The interest collected must be deposit into the account of the association. Gemma leads the voting which and what will be their additional income generating other than the abaca production. Majority of the member wanted the money lending with additional interest in return.

September 2018 they have cash in bank amounted to 125, 487 pesos and cash receivables to be collected on the month of November 120,400 pesos it includes the money lending payments. As of this moment they already earned forty-one thousand pesos in return of their investment in the money lending for three years after the grant received. For abaca production they encountered problems on how to harvest the abaca. First, is the location of the abaca, is a remote area and the machines are not ease to travel in the location and the availability of the owner of it. The group decided that with the cash availability they have, they can already buy a new machine “galingan” for abaca. Through this they can save more money rather than to pay high rate to the harvester. Planning and preparation of the group are ready. They are now looking for the best machine in the market.

According to Gemma, the members of the association appreciated and grateful to the 4Ps and SLP for the chances and opportunities they have right now. Because they can barrowed money for emergency purposes in the school and medical health with a lowest interest rate and can repay it within their capacity.And in the near future they claiming that the abaca production will grow more and have additional agricultural farm. Through the improvement of their agricultural farms they can also give opportunities to the residence in the community to be part of the association. Gemma also prepared the lease of contracts to both parties, the owner of the land and the SLP association in which their abaca located. Gemma’s leadership gain trust and confident not just to the community as will us to the association where she belongs. A woman with integrity and compassion for the people as she is now re-elected as Barangay Captain of the Lower and Upper Conacon. Sometimes she receives negative comments from bashers being a leader, yet she never gives up in leading to the association. Because she wanted that her members will grow and be responsible before she will leave the position of a president. She developed the “Magkahiusa aron Molambo ang Matag Usa”. Molding and equipping her members on how to be responsible not just within the association but also to the community where they belong. If Kapitana Gemma is not around, the rest of the officers takes in-charge in every meeting. That is how Captain of the Lower leads them. 

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MGA 4Ps NA WALANG ATM, NAKATANGGAP NA RIN NG AYUDA

Sinimulan nang ipamahagi ang ayudang Emergency Subsidy mula sa Social Amelioration Program (SAP) para sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program na walang cash card o ATM cards.

Payout sa Camino Nuevo, Canelar, Capisan, at Sta. Maria, Zamboanga City

Sa buong Rehiyon IX, 7,723 ang mga benepisyaryo na walang ATM na target maabutan ng emergency subsidy. Aabot ang ayudang ito sa halagang PHP 28,188,950.

Bawat isang pamilya ay nakatanggap ng Php 3,650 na halaga ng ayuda. Ito ay dagdag sa kanilang regular na health grant (P750) at rice subsidy (P600) na ibibigay sa mga susunod na araw. Kung susumahin, Php 5,000 ayuda ang kanilang natanggap para sa isang buwan.

Sa datos ng 4Ps kahapon (Mayo 10), tinatayang 6,439 na pamilya na ang nabigyan ng ayuda. 1,281 sa mga ito ay mula sa Zamboanga City, 1,636 naman ang mula sa Zamboanga del Norte, 1,842 ang sa Zamboanga del Sur, at 1,680 naman ay mula sa Zamboanga Sibugay.

Isusunod naman ngayong araw ang pamamahagi ng ayuda sa bayan ng Isabela, Basilan at magpapatuloy din ang distribusyon para sa mga unclaimed o mga hindi pa nakakuha ng ayuda sa iba pang mga probinsya sa Zamboanga Peninsula.

Dahil walang ATM ang mga benepisyaryo, direktang bumababa ang mga kawani ng DSWD sa bawat barangay upang iabot ang nasabing ayuda.

“Una na nating nabigyan ng ayuda ang mga benepisyaryo na may hawak na ATM noong nakaraang buwan pa dahil mas madali nang ipasok sa kanilang mga ATM yun. Ngayon naman, tayo mismo ang gagawa ng payout pero syempre sisiguraduhin nating maayos ito,” ani ng Regional Program Coordinator ng 4Ps sa Region 9 na si Flordeliza Atuy.

Ayon sa programa, naging maayos ang pagsasagawa ng payout o distribusyon ng ayuda dahil sa pagsunod sa mga panuntunan upang makaiwas sa pagkalat ng virus.

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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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