CVRRCY undergoes awareness seminar on Pulmonary TB

In order to strengthen the knowledge of its staff and residents about Pulmonary Tuberculosis, the Cagayan Valley Regional Rehabilitation Center for the Youth or CV-RRCY tapped the Philippine Tuberculosis Society Incorporated (PTSI) for the conduct of a health education orientation last March 26, 2014.

The orientation focused on Pulmonary TB, wherein Mrs. Catherine Jacobe, Head of PTSI, discussed about the disease’s modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, and its prevention and treatment.

After the discussion, residents and staff underwent a Sputum examination wherein results came out as negative. The sputum exam is the best analytical exam to identify whether a person has PTB or not.

In her message, Mrs. Shirley G. Labuguen, SWO III and RRCY Center Head, emphasized on the importance of health.

“Health is wealth, so we must take good care of ourselves and maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle,” she added.

Labuguen also expressed gratitude to the PTSI for the conduct of the activity. Both also agreed that same orientation will be held annually.

The RRCY is a residential care facility that provides care and rehabilitation to vulnerable youth and children in conflict with the law (CICL). Presently, the Center houses 22 residents. ###By PETER JOHN M. VILLAMIL, Nurse, CV-RRCY

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DSWD FO2 to build 200 core shelters for homeless families

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IN PHOTO: Dir. Tapispisan joins the ground breaking for the construction of 200 core shelter units that will be given to the homeless families due to disaster in the municipality of Roxas, Isabela.

ROXAS, Isabela-The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 through the leadership of Director Remia T. Tapispisan spearheaded the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of 200 core shelter units amounting to P14 million pesos in this municipality on March 24, 2014.

These core shelter units are additional allocation for the said municipality and when finished, these will be granted to families who lost their homes during the onslaught of Typhoon Juan in 2011.

The Local Government of Roxas identified and provided the relocation site as their counterpart and was developed by the National Housing Authority.

Each core shelter unit is worth P70, 000 pesos per beneficiary/family and has a component of 10-day Cash for Work at P1, 910 pesos per beneficiary/family.

Another highlight of the event was the awarding of financial assistance to the disaster-affected families.

Earlier in 2012, the DSWD has already awarded 200 core shelter units to homeless families in the same municipality.

The core shelter units are strongly-structured and can withstand 180 to 220 kilometer per hour wind, intensity four (4) earthquakes, flooding and other similar hazard.

Core Shelter Assistance Project or CSAP is one of the rehabilitation projects of the national government implemented by DSWD. This project aims to provide shelter to disaster-affected families whose houses were destroyed during typhoons and calamities. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II, Pantawid Pamilya and ROMMEL S. GAMIAO, SWO II, Disaster and Risk Reduction Management

 

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DSWD celebrates Women’s Month

Women's Month

IN PHOTO: The showcase of talents among women highlighted this year’s celebration.

With the theme: “Juana, ang Tatag Mo ay Tatag Natin sa Pagsulong at Pagbangon”, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 observes Women’s Month on March 23, 2014 at Crown Pavillion, Tuguegarao City.

The one-day activity was attended by the women staff of the Field Office, together with the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from the provinces of Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya; members of Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (KALIPI) from the province of Isabela; and the members of association of Women with Disabilities from the province of Cagayan.

The event was highlighted with the sharing of the vital contributions of women in society development and nation-building.

In her message, Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan emphasized about women empowerment that is very evident now these days as women can also be at par with their male contemporaries in different fields.

“Noon, ang mga kababaihan ay nakakulong sa loob ng kanilang tahanan, at walang iniintindi kundi ang mga gawaing bahay. Pero ngayon, ang mga kababaihan, dahil alam na nila ang kanilang mga karapatan, ay marunong ng makipagsabayan sa mga kalalakihan, kahit saang larangan,” Director Tapispisan said.

Another highlight of the activity was the showcase of talents wherein the participants showed off their grooves in dance number and displayed their acting prowess through a short drama.

STRENGTH OF A WOMAN

Aside from the group presentations, there was also a sharing of testimonies among the participants that talked about a woman’s resiliency and endurance amid challenges.

In her testimony, Gracita Lacuesta, a Pantawid beneficiary from Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya, shared how she keeps her strength and faith despite the financial shortcomings and other family problems.

Mrs. Lacuesta is struggling to send her children to school. Thus according to her, the cash grant she receives as a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya is a blessing as it augments her family’s need, in health and in nutrition, especially in the education of her children.

But above all, Gracita and her husband continue to work hard to make both ends meet and to give their children a bright future.

“Sa kabila ng mga dagok sa buhay, huwag tayong mawalan ng pag-asa. Dapat tayong maging matatag at ‘wag susuko,” Gracita said in her testimony. “Alalahanin po natin na sa likodng mga ulap,may nagtatagong liwanag, at iyon ang ating panginoon,” she ended. ###By MARICEL B.ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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FEATURE: Gintong Butil

Disyembre 2011.

Para sa kanya, yun na marahil ang pinakamapagpalang panahon sa tana ng kaniyang buhay. Dahil yun ang simula ng kanyang pagiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Si Aling Laline P. Morales, 49 taong gulang ay isa sa mga benepisyaryo ng programa sa Bintawan Norte, sa bayan ng Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. Katuwang niya sa buhay ang kanyang asawa na si Mang Robert J. Morales. Dahil sa matamis nilang pagmamahalan, ang kanilang pagsasamahan ay nagbunga ng pitong anak. Si Kristine, 31 taong gulang, ang panganay na mayroon ng sariling pamilya. Pangalawa si Kathyrine, 29 taong gulang, Robert 27 taong gulang ngunit pumanaw na, Rainer 23 taong gulang, John Paul 15 taong gulang, Rob keithler, 8 taong gulang at ang bunso na si Joehbert, 5 taong gulang.

Bawat sentimong kanilang natatanggap mula sa programa ay lubos na pinahahalagahan ng pamilya. “Tunay na napakalking tulong ng nakukuha naming cash grant,” panimula ni Aling Laline. “Malaking tulong ito sa pagtugon sapangangailangan ng king mga anak, lalo na sa gamit nila sa eskwelahan,” dagdag pa niya.

Batid din ng mag-anak na kapalit ng tulong pinansiyal na kanilang natatanggap ay ang kanilang responsibiliday na gawin ang mga nakatalng kondisyon ng Pantawid Pamilya. Ginagampanan nilaang kanilang mga tungkulinbilang tugon sa kondisyon sa nutrisyon at kalusugan, gayundin sa edukasyon. Ngunit higit pa dito, lagi rin siyang dumadalo sa Family Development Sessions o FDS.

Dahil sa buwan-buwan na pagdalo sa FDS na pinamumunuan ng mga Resource Persons, nagsimulang lumawakang kaalaman ni ALing Laline tungko sa mga iba’t-ibang bagay na hindi basta-basta natututunan sa paaralan. Isa na dito ang pagiging responsableng ina at ama sa kanyang mga anak at mga iba pang usapin tungkol sa pamilya.

“Dahil sa FDS, mas lalo kong naintindihan at niyakapang aking tungkulin bilang isang ina, at lalo na,ang pagiging isang maybahay. Natutunan kong pahalagahan ang buhay may asawa kaya naman mas tumibay pang relasyon naming ng aking mister,” dugtong ni Aling Laline.

Maraming opurtunidad din ang kumatok kay Aling Laline upang maipamalas niya ang kanyang abilidad at galing. Siya ay naging isang Parent Leader at pimnamunuan ang ilan sa mga kapwa niya benepisyaryo. Doon, namulat siya na bukod pa sa kanyang sariling pamilya, may malaking tungkulin din siya sa lipunang kanyang ginagalawan.

Dahil sa kanyang pagiging Parent Leader, lalong nalinang ni Aling Laline ang kanyang kakayahan sa pakikipag-kapwa-tao at naging mas responsablesiyang mamamayan. “Marami akong natutunan bilang isang Parent Leader, isa na rito ang pagiging role model hindi lamang sa mga benepisyaryo kundi sa buong barangay,”ani niya.

Kailanman, hindi ikinahiya ni Aling Laline ang kalagayan ng kanyang pamilya. Ayon sa kanya,ang kanilang pagiging mahirap, ay siyang nagbibigay ng dahilan sa kanila upang mangarap.At lahat ay kanilang gagawin upang balang araw ay magkaroon silang mas magandang pamumuhay.

“Kami sa aming pamilya ay nagtutulungan para kami ay makaraos at nang matugunan ang mga pang-araw araw naming pangangailangan.Mahalaga naalam naming an gaming mga responsibilidad dahiliyon ang aming gabay tungo sa maunlad na hinaharap,” dagdag ni Aling Laline.

Para kay Aling Laline, hindi mahirap maging mahirap, dahil kapag alam mo ang iyong mga tungkuling dapat gampanan, yun ang magtuturo ng daan upang ikaw ay umunlad sa buhay. Kailangan langang matibay na pag-asa at matinding pagsisikap.

“Ang pagiging responsable ay isang natatanging katangian at kakayahan na maaring maging sandata ninuman sa pagkamit ng maayos at matiwasay na pamumuhay. Higit sa anupamang halaga ng pera, ang katangiang ito ang pinakaimportanteng kayamanan na dapat pag-ingatan at isaalang-alang sa lahat ng pagkakataon,” pagtatapos niya. ### Ni DONALD JAKE PEREZ,Munipal Link, Villaverde,Nueva Vizcaya

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DSWD FO2 gets Outstanding Rating in ARTA Report Card Survey Results

Committed public service with integrity!

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II continue to live with its mandate of delivering quality social services as it gets an outstanding rating in the 2013 Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA) Report Card Survey (RSC) Results released by the Civil Service Commission.

The result shows that the Field Office garnered a final grade of 92.23% with a descriptive rating of “Outstanding”. The Field Office passed the two core areas covered in the survey namely: Compliance with ARTA Provisions and Overall Client Satisfaction. The agency also excelled in each of the sub-area garnering a consistent rating ranging from 90% to 98% respectively. The sub-areas include the Anti-Fixer Campaign, ID/Nameplates, No Hidden Costs, Public Assistance and Complaint Desk and No Noon Break Policy.

In terms of clients’ satisfaction, the survey showed that the respondents were very satisfied with the services they received, as derived from the rating obtained in the different satisfaction drivers where most of the ratings are equivalent to Very Satisfactory.

The office also got a high rating in terms of its physical set up and basic facilities such as clean comfort rooms and special lane for pregnant women, persons with disabilities and senior citizens.

Two researchers from the Civil Service Commission Regional Office 02 validated the compliance of the Field Office to the ARTA provisions last March 12-14,2013 wherein 30 clients served as the respondents.

Section 5 of Republic Act No. 9485 (An Act to Improve Efficiency in the Delivery of Government Service to the Public by Reducing Bureaucratic Red Tape, Preventing Graft and Corruption, Providing Penalties Thereof), or otherwise known as the Anti-Red Tape Act states that “all offices and agencies providing frontline services shall be subjected to a Report Card Survey to be initiated by the Civil Service Commission.

The RCS was used to obtain feedback on how the agency follows its Citizen’s Charter, fulfillment of customer satisfaction and compliance to the ARTA provisions which includes the no noon break policy, no fixing activities and presence of public assistance and complaint desk.

The CSC administered the RSC to 929 government offices nationwide from January to December 2013. Of these offices, 620 were national government agencies, 303 government corporations and six state universities and colleges respectively.

The rating was published in the February 26, 2014 issue of The Philippine Star wherein DSWD Field Office 02 shares the same rating with other government offices. ###By MARICEL B.ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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SWAD Teams spearhead advocacy on Adoption

Radio Guesting re Adoption

IN PHOTO: The SWAD staff during their radio guesting at DWRV station in Nueva Vizcaya.

To intensify the public’s knowledge about Adoption, staff of the Social Welfare and Development (SWAD) office from the provinces of Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya graced a radio program at DWRV Radio Station in Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya last February 14, 2014.

The one-hour radio program focused on the activities lined up for the Adoption Consciousness Week Celebration which banners the theme “Legal na Adapsyon sa Lahat ng Pagkakataon”. The theme  highlights the importance of adhering to the legal adoption process in every situation.

The program also revolved around RA 9523 or otherwise known as “An act requiring the certification of DSWD to declare a child legally available for adoption as a prerequisite for adoption proceedings” and other salient information about adoption like its processes, requirements, and benefits.

Guest Social Workers also discussed the Foster Care Act or Republic Act 10165 which includes qualification for those interested in being foster parents or providing temporary care to children in need of special protection.

The SWAD staff who graced the program were Vienalyn G. Rafallo, Social Welfare Officer II, from SWAD Quirino; Aireen Gazmen, Social Welfare Officer II; Brigida Lorenzo, Social Welfare Officer II; and Romana Wakit, Social Welfare Assistant, all from SWAD Nueva Vizcaya.

“Activities like this are very essential to heighten the public’s knowledge and address issues concerning Adoption,” Lorenzo said.

“That’s why we maximized our radio guesting and answered questions sent by our listeners through text messages,” she added.

Aside from the media guestings and interviews, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II laid different activities for the celebration like hanging of streamers, and the conduct of an  Adoption Forum. ###By VIENALYN G. RAFALLO, Social Welfare Officer II, SWAD Quirino

 

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DSWD installs new director for Field Office 02

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 formally welcomed its new regional director in the person of Director Remia T. Tapispisan during the Installation and Turn-Over Ceremonies last February 6, 2014 at Valley Hotel, Tuguegarao City.

Witnessed by Assistant Secretary Javier R. Jimenez, representatives of different National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), media and DSWD FO2 staff, Director Tapispisan accepted the key of responsibility which was turned over by outgoing Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz.

In her message, Director Tapispisan promised to continue leading the region in the delivery of quality social services. “I will continue what Director Cruz has started, and since this is the last leg of my stint as a Regional Director, I will give my very best in spearheading the Field Office to attain the agency’s vision, mission and goals,” Director Tapispisan said.

She also emphasized the importance of convergence with the different NGAs, LGUs, CSOs, and media to fully achieve the mandate of the department, which is to serve and protect the welfare of the disadvantaged and vulnerable sectors.

Director Tapispisan was the former Regional Director of Region VIII and also used to be the Center Head of the National Haven for Women.

Meanwhile, Director Cruz was already transferred to Central Office as the Director of Social Technology Bureau. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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DSWD installs new director for Field Office 02

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IN PHOTO: The new DSWD FO2 Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan (in pink blazer) as she cheerfully accepted the key of responsibility from outgoing Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz (in black blazer). Joining the two directors is A/sec. Javier R. Jimenez from Central Office.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 formally welcomed its new regional director in the person of Director Remia T. Tapispisan during the Installation and Turn-Over Ceremonies last February 6, 2014 at Valley Hotel, Tuguegarao City.

Witnessed by Assistant Secretary Javier R. Jimenez, representatives of different National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), media and DSWD FO2 staff, Director Tapispisan accepted the key of responsibility which was turned over by outgoing Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz.

In her message, Director Tapispisan promised to continue leading the region in the delivery of quality social services. “I will continue what Director Cruz has started, and since this is the last leg of my stint as a Regional Director, I will give my very best in spearheading the Field Office to attain the agency’s vision, mission and goals,” Director Tapispisan said.

She also emphasized the importance of convergence with the different NGAs, LGUs, CSOs, and media to fully achieve the mandate of the department, which is to serve and protect the welfare of the disadvantaged and vulnerable sectors.

Director Tapispisan was the former Regional Director of Region VIII and also used to be the Center Head of the National Haven for Women.

Meanwhile, Director Cruz was already transferred to Central Office as the Director of Social Technology Bureau. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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