Work in Times of War

 

There is never a feeling as dreadful as being in a place ridden by opposing forces whose singular focus is on eliminating the people on the opposing side with any means necessary. Surviving such a situation gets more difficult when you have to battle your fears along with your aim of staying alive. The gun fires and explosions can rattle even the bravest folks. It is not surprising for soldiers, after being in the battle ground for quite some time, to come back forever changed. Some even experience mental and emotional trauma that last until they pass away. Heck, watching gun fires on films can make a lot of people scared. The horrors of war are true and they haunt even the best of us.

When you take a job, you don’t really think about what may go wrong. We usually think about how we will adapt to the new working conditions that we’ll put ourselves in and the stress that it can give us or how you will go about interacting with your new colleagues. You never really think farther than that. You expect tough times but not to the extreme that it changes you. Working in the midst of life and death situations is usually out of the question.

Mr. Joseph Valdez, a resident of Baggao, Cagayan, applied for a Listahanan field staff position in DSWD Field Office 02 hoping to land a job that can support him and further his professional career. He braved the scorching heat of the sun on that screening day to take the screening exam and interview. He was one of the lucky few who were able to pass the screening and assume a field staff position.

He started out okay as he recalled, receiving complaints from residents from the different barangays of Baggao to be given to the Local Verification Committee (LVC) members of the municipality for their judgment as to which of the concerns merit assessment or re-assessment. He swiftly shifted to assessing and re-assessing the approved households after that.

The Encounter

The first few days of assessing households were okay as he recalled. He jumped from one household to another to collect information that the Listahanan database needs to verify if the households are poor or non-poor routinely and without any problem. Then the encounter happened.

“Nag-assess ako sa Sitio Hot Spring sa Baggao (noong December 5) na malimit na nagiging sentro ng labanan ng militar at mga rebelde. Habang nasa bahay ako ng isang ini-interview ko, nakarinig ako ng putok,” Mr. Valdez said of how the incident started.

Despite hearing the gun fire, Mr. Valdez kept his attention to the interview, with an aim of finishing it as fast as possible to move on to other households.

“Tinanong ko yung interviewee ko kung ano yung narinig ko pero sabi niya normal nalang yun sa kanila kaya nagpatuloy nalang ako sa pag-assess,” he added, focusing on what needs to be done more than the initial fear that he experienced while hearing the gun fire.

He was about to finish the interview when he heard gun fires again, explosions that were so loud so as to indicate that the encounter is becoming closer and closer to his place of interview. His interviewee asked him to leave for his safety and to avoid being a part of the casualty. He kept being calm despite the unraveling that the gun fires and explosions gave and rode his vehicle. The road wasn’t safe but he needed to find a way to leave.

“Patapos na ako sa interview nung dumami ang mga putok at may mga pasabog na kong naririnig kaya sabi ng interviewee ko na umalis na ako at ayaw na rin niyang magpatuloy sa interview dahil sa takot. Ayaw ko noong umalis kasi nga takot ako sa daan at kabundukan pa naman pero tinibayan ko nalang loob ko,” Mr. Valdez recollected.

Just as he was speeding away from the fighting, he chanced upon a military truck that stopped him from going further. The military men asked Mr. Valdez to not leave just yet because he may encounter rebels on his way down the mountain and to follow them to a school which serves as their temporary base and hideout.

“Habang nagmo-motor ako ay may nakasalubong akong sasakyan ng militar tapos pinapunta kami sa elementary school ng Sitio Hot Spring at talagang nanginginig ako sa takot. Kinopya nila (military) travel order ko at binigay mga area na hindi ko muna dapat puntahan at hintayin ang text nila kung okay na,” Mr. Valdez said.

Mr. Valdez stayed in the school for the rest of the day. He claims that the fighting lasted from 9 am to 12 pm. After the rebel forces were subdued later that day, he decided to go down the mountain and in to safety in the town proper.

Call of Duty

It took 8 days before Mr. Valdez got a confirmation from the military that it is already safe to go back and resume assessing the households that were not assessed yet. Despite his experience, he never had second thoughts about resuming his obligation.

“Okay lang na bumalik kasi trabaho ko yun at kailangan kong gawin,” he said.

He said that his experiences are indelible and though he often gets scolded by his family members about the dangers of working in a war-torn place, he considers it a great honor to work for DSWD because of the challenges that he was able to overcome and the memories that he had while doing his duty.

“Salamat sa DSWD dahil sa mga naranasan ko at natutunan na kahit pinapagalitan ako ng pamilya ko, alam kong malaking honor ang makapagtrabaho sa gobyerno,” Mr. Valdez concludes.

Joseph is now employed as a teacher in his hometown, continually using the passion that drove him to great dangers just to do his work to teaching the next generation of kids to have that same desire to do what is necessary to be able to accomplish their responsibilities.

Listahanan is the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s database of poor families. It is the basis for identifying families who can become beneficiaries of social protection programs and services. Reliable, complete and accurate, that’s Listahanan. ### Written by: Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Encoding of Family Assessment Forms from Validation Phase to Start Soon

With the on-demand application (ODA) part of the 2nd round of household assessment coming to a close, DSWD FO2 is now getting ready for the next step that needs to be completed, the encoding of the accomplished Family Assessment Forms (FAFs).

“Na-prepare na natin lahat ng kailangan natin para sa encoding ng mga FAFs, handing-handa na tayo para simulan ito at matapos ng mahusay at mabilis,” Mr. Matthias James Ryan Tangonan, Listahanan Regional Information Technology Officer, said about the readiness of the regional office to start the encoding of the said forms.

The encoding portion of the validation phase will be followed by the validation of the encoded Family Assessment Forms to check for its veracity and completeness, before sending the data to the Central Office for it to be run to the Proxy Means Test (PMT) to determine if the households assessed belong to the list of poor or non-poor.

The National and Regional Profile of the Poor along with the Final List of Poor Households will be released after the above-mentioned processes. The above-mentioned list will be the new basis of data partners and stakeholders to choose the beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services as well as a source of different organizations, institutions and academes for their studies or for any purpose it may serve them.

Listahanan’s data partners and stakeholders enter into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the DSWD before they can use the list, allowing the department to gather information as to how the list was used and for future reference as well. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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DSWD FO2 conducts Listahanan @Work Photo Contest

Eight enthusiastic and talented individuals vied for top honors during the November 20, 2015 Listahanan Photo Contest held in Pallua Norte and Pallua Sur in Tuguegarao City.

DSWD FO2 Listahanan conducted the said contest to promote transparency in the ongoing receiving and resolving of complaints relative to the initial list of poor households that are already posted in the barangay halls throughout the region.

The 8 participants were composed of students and workers alike, with their ages ranging from 16 to 25.

Mr. Gerald Francisco, a Pantawid Pamilya encoder who joined the contest, said that joining the event was part fun because he got to enjoy the feeling of going on the field to take pictures and informative at the same time because he got to see what goes on during the Listahanan validation activities.

The top honor will receive a P10, 000 cash prize plus plaque of recognition, the second prize P7, 000, the third prize 5,000 and three consolation prizes of P2, 000 each.

The result of the contest will be announced during the awarding ceremony on December 9, 2015. The venue of the awarding will be posted on the DSWD website soon.

The three top awardees will also get the chance to be invited during the national launching of the database from the 2nd round of household assessment to be held in DSWD central office in Manila. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Listahanan FO2 Completes Area Supervisors’ Training

With the aim of commencing with the validation phase of the 2nd round of household assessment as soon as possible, Listahanan FO2 conducted two sets of training to get selected area supervisors ready to receive complaints from Region 2 constituents.

The first batch of training was held at PLT Wellness Resort in Solano, Nueva Vizcaya last October 30-31, 2015 while the second batch was held at Taj Hotel, Tuguegarao City last November 3-4, 2015.

DSWD FO2 OIC-Regional Director Ponciana P. Condoy personally assisted in the training of the second batch of area supervisors to get them equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills that they will need when the validation starts. The director also led the discussion of the expectations that the trainees have with regards to the validation phase.

The trainees, which were chosen from the pool of field staff that conducted the household enumeration from June to August 2015, will start receiving concerns and complaints from the people from their respective areas of assignment in the first week of November.

Listahanan FO2 Regional Focal Person Pasencia T. Ancheta said that the area supervisors chosen were the best performing field staff during the household assessment. She added that the training has embedded everything that the area supervisors will need to conduct the validation correctly and as swiftly as possible. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Accolades for the Worthy

Awards come and go, but legacy stays forever.

When a person or an institution gets an award or recognition, it is typical to feel a sense of satisfaction. It is not just you or an organization that recognizes what you do anymore; you get a certain distinction from other people now. The appreciation that you receive is something that people will remember for a long time.

When you get an award, you feel a desire to continue what you do best, which is always a good thing. There is never a thing as too much of a good thing. Doing what is good and what is working for as long as it can be done will only result to positive outcomes.

Establishing an Award

NHTS-PR’s Gawad Listahanan was created to recognize the efforts of LGUs, CSOs, NGOs, academes and other data partners in using our database to determine their beneficiaries, as a basis for their studies or for any purpose it may serve them.

This year, three awards will be given; one for the provincial level, one for the municipal level and one for non-government organizations. Three because of how varied the data-partners of Listahanan are.

The winners will be given a cash prize and a special commendation during the DSWD anniversary in January of next year. The boost that this recognition could give to the winners will only enhance their image not only to their constituents or target people but for audiences across the country as well.

Transparency

DSWD FO2 strives to be open when it comes to the processes that it does to show people that all of the duties that were handed to it are being done in the most honest way possible. The field office also aims to show people through its transparency that it takes full responsibility of its obligations.

NHTS-PR’s Gawad Listahanan aims to do the same. The project lends its profile of the poor database to its data partners through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to demonstrate that it is willing to show what it has to help data partners fulfill their set upon goals and purpose while at the same time helping the Listahanan-identified poor households through their social protection programs and services.

“Maganda ang award na ito (Gawad Listahanan) kasi nga naipapakita natin sa kanila na transparent talaga tayo sa ating mga ginagawa,” Mr. Reymund Ferrer, NHTS-PR FO2’s Regional Associate Statistician said about what makes the award notable.

Empowerment

Getting an award or recognition also empowers data partners as the work that they do is now being recognized by others, allowing them to push to perhaps improve more and as a result, affect the lives of more people.

Gawad Listahanan aims to empower data partners, urging them to continue using the database for years to come to be able to help as many people as possible.

“Malaking bagay yang award (Gawad Listahanan)kung sino man ang mapipiling manalo kasi nga binibigyan mo sila ng additional power kung baga, lakas na magpatuloy dahil tinuturing nating importante yung gawa nila sa pagbago ng buhay ng mga constituents natin,” Mr. Matthias James Ryan Tangonan, NHTS-PR FO2’s Regional Information Technology Officer said of the empowerment that the award gives to data partners.

Legacy

Awards are more than just the plaque or trophy that you receive or the recognition that you obtain whenever you are handed one. What matters more is the legacy that the award bestows not just to the individual or organization that an award is given to but also to the message that it imparts to other people; that when you strive to be great, you can be more.

The legacy that the winners of this year’s Gawad Listahanan is already certain, and whatever it is, one can be sure that it will be good and positive.  

                Listahanan is a credible basis of social protection programs and services to identify their beneficiaries. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Listahanan to Conduct LVC Orientation for every Region 2 Municipality

DSWD FO2 Listahanan will be holding a series of Local Verification Committee (LVC) Orientations for the 89 municipalities and 4 cities in the region next month in preparation for the 2nd Round of Household Assessment’s Validation Phase.

The LVC shall be composed of the City/Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer (C/MSWDO) and City/Municipal Planning and Development Officer (C/MPDO) of every LGU as mandatory members and three members coming from non-government organizations (NGOs), faith-based groups, civil society organizations (CSOs) and people’s organizations to be chosen by the local chief executive.

The said LVC members shall be responsible for checking if the concerns of constituents relative to the initial list of poor households are valid or not.

Listahanan is a credible database used by different stakeholders and data partners to pick the beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Listahanan to Conduct LVC Orientation for every Region 2 Municipality

DSWD FO2 Listahanan will be holding a series of Local Verification Committee (LVC) Orientations for the 89 municipalities and 4 cities in the region next month in preparation for the 2nd Round of Household Assessment’s Validation Phase.

The LVC shall be composed of the City/Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer (C/MSWDO) and City/Municipal Planning and Development Officer (C/MPDO) of every LGU as mandatory members and three members coming from non-government organizations (NGOs), faith-based groups, civil society organizations (CSOs) and people’s organizations to be chosen by the local chief executive.

The said LVC members shall be responsible for checking if the concerns of constituents relative to the initial list of poor households are valid or not.

Listahanan is a credible database used by different stakeholders and data partners to pick the beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services. ###Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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Learning to Fly

In a society where tight-knight family circles is the rule, we don’t often find young adults readily willing to accept independence when it means being away from their family. The comfort of being in a familiar place and with the support of the people that has been there for them since childhood is too difficult to give up. We often find men and women having their own family whilst continually staying in their old folks’ houses.

But in cases where an individual desires to take off and make their own mark away from the comforts of the familiar, one must have not just guts and braveness but an equal amount of wit and smarts as well. This includes looking for a work that can sustain their needs as well as the additional wants which like it or not, linger more than we care to admit.

When a person finally breaks free and succeeds in his desire of trekking his destiny alone, the sense of fulfillment comes rushing thereafter. The feeling of finally being able to fly with their wings after years of packing the needed strength to break free is a feeling only few other moments can match.

Shalom Galang is one of those individuals who desire independence. After years of being taught in school and following the old familiar, he just needed a way to move forward and live alone, which means looking for a sustainable job that can support him as he trudges his own path.

Mr. Galang was one of the hundreds of applicants that applied for a field staff position for the 2nd round of household assessment, doing so with a hope that he’ll be chosen and get the chance to provide for himself.

“Nag-apply ako at pinalad naman akong makuha. Masaya ako na naging bahagi ako nitong assessment dahil sa wakas meron na akong work na makakabuhay sa akin at nakakatulong pa ako sa ibang tao,” Mr. Galang said about the opportunity given by Listahanan to him.

He said that while the field work was tough, the satisfaction of working and earning for himself and not relying on his parents was more than he could have ever dreamt. He finally was able to spread his wings and go through life alone.

“Nakakapanibago nung una kasi nga sanay akong nasa mga magulang ko at sila tumutustos sa mga pangangailangan ko kaso natuto din naman, masaya pala magtrabaho at pinatatag ako ng Listahanan para makatayo sa aking mga paa,” he said.

He added that working for Listahanan made him learn to be sovereign and develop skills that he previously thought was out of his reach. He learned the art of planning to be able to do the assessment fast and accurate.

“Sa field kailangang mabilis dahil kung hindi, aabutin ka talaga ng siyam-siyam. Sa FAF (Family Assessment Form) kunyari, 30 minutes lang dapat tapos ka na sa isang household. Kung mabagal, talagang maiiwan ka. Nag-isip ako ng diskarte para mapadali ang trabaho ko pero manatili pa rin yung pagiging tama nung ginagawa ko, Mr. Galang said.

With the regular assessment coming to a close, Mr. Galang said that he looks forward to continuing to work for DSWD if his services are still needed. He said that he would not mind another round of assessment if it means being associated with the project (Listahanan) that he has grown to respect and appreciate.

“Kung tatawagin ako ulit, oo sagot ko siyempre. Malaking privilege yung binigay sa akin at sa iba kong mga kasamahan. Kung nagustuhan man nila (Listahanan) naging work ko at papayagan nila akong mag work ulit dito, magiging masaya ako,” Mr. Galang said.

Listahanan is about to enter the next phase of the assessment, the validation phase. With it, there will again be a demand for workers like Shalom to land their hand in the completion of the activity. Workers like him are the reasons why DSWD FO2 Listahanan consistently ranks high when it comes to finishing the household enumeration and the completion of the encoding of FAFs. Workers like him are the heart and soul of the Listahanan project. When it starts, Shalom will surely be called upon to work for the project again.

Listahanan is a reliable basis of stakeholders and data partners to select the worthy beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services. ### Written by Chester Carlo M. Trinidad, Listahanan Information Officer

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