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CSU-Sanchez Mira bags major film awards at Int’l Day Against Trafficking celeb

Dir. Remia Tapispisan (center, in pink coat) presents the Best Film/Director award to CSU-Sanchez Mira together with partners from DOJ-Region 2.

Dir. Remia Tapispisan (center, in pink coat) presents the Best Film/Director award to CSU-Sanchez Mira together with partners from DOJ-Region 2.

Cagayan State University-Sanchez Mira Campus’ “Laruang Papel”   took home three major film awards at the  International Day Against Human Trafficking’s red carpet event on December 12, 2014 in  Tuguegarao City.

With the theme, “Wakasan Human Trafficking, Ito’y Ating Tungkulin,” DSWD FO2 and the Department of Justice Field Office 2 led this year’s celebration against human trafficking.

In her message, Director Remia T. Tapispisan said, “I am truly amazed with the films shown tonight as if I am watching a commercial indie film. Kudos to the students, their school advisers and the members of the Regional Inter-Agency Council Against Human Trafficking (RIACAT). These films will serve as  advocacy materials in our fight against human trafficking.”

Moreover, Ms. Lucy Alan, DSWD FO2’s Head of the Protective Services Unit, shared that the outcome was beyond her expectations, thus, she wants a full-length movie by next year.

“Laruang Papel” revolves  a young woman who was a victim of incestuous relationship having been sexually abused by her own father, ran away from home and fell prey to human smugglers.

This movie garnered Best Film/Director, Best Supporting Actress and Best Actress awards.

Meanwhile, “Juno: Batang Saksi,” the entry of the University of St. Louie, Tuguegarao City won the second place whereas “Magda-Elena,” an entry from Isabela State University-Echague failed to meet the deadline for submitting the entry. However, the film was shown  as a non-competitive film.

The awarding ceremony was a culminating activity for the month-long celebration of International Day Against Human Trafficking which kicked off with a series of lectures on Anti-human Trafficking Law all over the region  sometime in September and participated in by college students, partner agencies, Local Government Units and other stakeholders.### GELA FLOR R. PEREZ, Regional Information Officer II

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DSWD FO2’S LISTAHANAN Advocacy Gains Support from Stakeholders

I am an advocate! Tricycle drivers of Tuguegarao City display support to Listahanan database by putting the Listahanan stickers to their tricycles.

I am an advocate! Tricycle drivers of Tuguegarao City display support to Listahanan database by putting the Listahanan stickers to their tricycles.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development FO2 thru the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction or also known as Listananan, increases support from the stakeholders and the general public during the distribution of Listahanan Sticker.

Four hundred tricycle and kalesa drivers in Tuguegarao City were given Listahanan Stickers which bear a friendly reminder for all the commuters, “Barya lang po sa Umaga.” Also printed in the stickers is a brief information regarding the Listahanan database.

Kami ay natutuwa sa ibinahagi sa amin ng DSWD. Ito ay talagang makakatulong sa amin lalo na kapag kami ay mamamasada at higit pa dito, karagdagang kaalaman na din tungkol sa proyekto ng mga ahensya ng gobyerno,” Mr. Mario Bareng shared, a tricycle driver of Ugac Sur, Tuguegarao City.
The distribution of the Listahanan stickers aimed to strengthen the awareness of the general public regarding the Listahanan database most especially to the upcoming second round of Family assessment.

Mr. Julius Martines, a tricycle driver of Caritan, Tuguegarao City, shared his insights: “Maganda ‘tong sticker na ito sa aming tricycle dahil araw-araw, iba’t-ibang tao ang makakakita sa sticker na ito. Kahit paano ay hindi lang kami ang natutulungan pati ang DSWD natutulungan namin.”

The National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) will also distribute the Listahanan stickers regionwide.

Listahanan stickers was launched during the conduct of the NHTS-PR Fun-Run last October 10, 2014.###By: Ailyn P. Aglaua. Admin. Assist. III

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All LGUs in the Region, Now Eligible Data-users!

Five provinces, eighty nine municipalities and four cities in Cagayan Valley inked Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with DSWD FO 02 regarding the utilization of the latter’s Listahanan Database. This signifies that all the Local Government Units region-wide are already authorized data-users.

The Local Government of Aparri enables to perform its mandate of delivering basic services to the least fortunate among its constituents thru the help of Listahanan database. Thank you DSWD,” Mayor Shalimar D. Tumaru, M.D. said.

Programs and services that made use of the database were those related to food for work, cash for work, self-employment assistance, provision of toilet facilities and pump wells, aid in crisis situations, emergency food assistance, disaster relief, supplementary feeding, day care service, educational assistance, special program for employment of students, special services for the elderly, special services for disabled and pre-marriage counselling, among others.

She also added that, “Listahanan Database is extremely useful to us and also with the line agencies in directing their projects and programs to qualified and deserving beneficiaries.”

The DSWD will continue to advocate the Listahanan database to increase its data-users to the other stakeholders.

Listahanan database is a comprehensive list of real poor households that can be used a reliable basis to identify beneficiaries for the social protection programs of the LGUs, National Government Agencies (NGAs) and Civil Society Organization (CSOs).### By: Ailyn P. Aglaua, Admin. Assist. III, NHTS-PR

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Isabela’s bet hailed as Region’s Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Child

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IN PHOTO: Sixteen-year old Rachel from Jones, Isabela bagged this year’s title of the Regional Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2014.

With her impressive display of wit and talent coupled with confident stature, Rachel Joyce Tattao, a children beneficiary from Jones, Isabela bagged the coveted title of the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2014 during the Tagisan ng Talino at Talento held at Casa Angela, Tuguegarao City on October 14, 2014.

Tattao won the hearts of everyone especially the judges’ when she performed a declamation piece. During the Q&A Portion, she said that she would be an example to her fellow children beneficiaries by having good academic standing and by being involved in community activities while enjoining her fellows to do the same. In this way, she can prove that children, despite of their young age, can have big contributions in poverty alleviation and nation-building.

“I’m very happy that I won in this Search. This is such a very important happening in my life that I will always be proud of. There are already lots of good things that happened since my family became one of the beneficiaries. I’m just so thankful,” Rachel said.

“Because of Pantawid Pamilya, I was inspired to study better to achieve my dreams. And when that time comes, my family will also be one fulfillment of the program’s thrust that ‘Kayang-kaya ng Pinoy tumawid tungo sa kaunlaran!” she added.

She received a certificate of recognition and a cash prize awarded by DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan and other members of the Regional Sub-Committee for the Welfare of Children or RSCWC.

Tattao, together with the 2nd and 3rd place winners namely Maera Cosep of Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya and Ainjel Aycees Juvenal of Aglipay, Quirino, will join the National Children’s Congress in Manila later this month.

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IN PHOTO:  The four exemplary children share a moment with DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan (center).

The contestants are judged according to their Talino at Talas ng Isip (Wit and Intelligence), Talento (Talent), Pakikilahok sa Komunidad at Eskwela (Community and School Participation) and Tindig at Pormang Exemplary (Presence and Appearance).

The Search is done annually by the Department of Social Welfare and Development in order to recognize children beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program who set excellent examples in their households, schools and in their community. Consequently, they will also play an important role in advocating the department’s thrusts especially of the Pantawid Pamilya.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human development and rights-based program of the national government and is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities.

For region 02, there are 97, 708 household beneficiaries covered in the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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Pantawid Pamilya children display wit, talents in Children’s Month Celeb

The contestants for Poster Making showcase their masterpieces together with the judges and DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan.

IN PHOTO: The contestants for Poster Making showcase their masterpieces together with the judges and DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan.

Exemplary children beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya ran the show for this year’s celebration of Children’s Month with the theme “Bata Kasali ka, Ikaw ay Mahalaga!” held in Tuguegarao City, October 14, 2015.

Different activities were prepared for the festivity namely the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2014, Poster Making Contest and Essay Writing Contest which aimed on recognizing the children’s skills and knowledge.

In the Search, four talented children showcased their singing and dancing prowess, acting skills and their intelligence during the Tagisan ng Talino at Talento wherein Rachel Joyce Tattao from Jones, Isabela was hailed as the region’s most exemplary Pantawid Pamilya child. Meanwhile Maera Cosep from Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya; Ainjel Aycees Juvenal from Aglipay, Quirino and Joan Cammayo from Enrile, Cagayan placed 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively.

For the Poster Making Contest, the masterpiece of Marivic Bacani from Delfin Albano, Isabela landed on the 1st place, followed by Greason Liquigan of Dupax del Sur, Nueva Vizcaya; and Mark Galamgam of Mallig, Isabela.

Meanwhile, Cleo Faye Benito, the entry of Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya in the Essay Writing Contest won the top place; John Christopher Suyu of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan for the second place; and Angelika Mandapat of Delfin Albano, Isabela ended at third place.
All the winners received a certificate of recognition and cash prizes.

In her message, DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan emphasized on the important role that children play in poverty-alleviation and nation-building.

“Ang tema ng ating pagdiriwang ngayon na ‘Bata kasali ka, Ikaw ay mahalaga!’ ay nagpapatunay na kayong mga kabataan ay may mahalagang bahagi sa pagpapaunlad ng ating komunidad. Kayo ay kasali sa pagpapatibay ng ating pagkakaisa at yan ay makakamit ninyo sa pamamagitan ng pag-aaral ng mabuti at sa pagiging responsableng anak at miyembro ng pamayananan,” Tapispisan said.

Meanwhile, in order to strengthen the children’s knowledge regarding their rights, there were discussions on Children’s Rights and on Anti-Bullying spearheaded by the Commission on Human Rights Regional Office 02 represented by Atty. Cecilia Lazaro, OIC-Regional Director.

There were also AVP presentations on the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children and on the Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago! Campaign. The Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago is an empowerment and information campaign that aims to communicate the stories of change in the lives of the beneficiaries of DSWD’s programs and services, especially the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human development and rights-based program of the national government and is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities.

For region 02, there are 97, 708 household beneficiaries covered in the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya.

This year’s celebration was in partnership with other regional lined agencies who comprise the Regional Sub-Committee for the Welfare of Children (RSCWC) namely: Department of Health, Philippine Information Agency, Department of Interior and Local Government and the Commission on Human Rights. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II-Pantawid Pamilya

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Human Trafficking Cases in the Region Continue to Rise

Ms. Lucy Alan, DSWD FO 02 Head of Protective Services Unit, advocates before student-participants on the importance of awareness campaign against human trafficking

Ms. Lucy Alan, DSWD FO 02 Head of Protective Services Unit, advocates before student-participants on the importance of awareness campaign against human trafficking

The region registers ninety nine (99) cases of  human trafficking  filed before the Department of Justice Region 2  as revealed in the recent orientation on Anti-Trafficking Law participated in by students from government and private colleges and universities.

“Human Trafficking is a form of exploitation in modern times and it happens even in our own neighbourhood. Thus, there is a need for an awareness campaign such as this orientation in order to curb  this problem,” said Lucy Alan, head of the Protective Services Unit of DSWD FO 2 and co-chair of the Regional Inter-Agency Council on Anti-trafficking (RIACAT).

A series of lectures was conducted by Prosecutors Abigail Balisi-Lappay and Carolyn A. Deray of the Department of Justice Region 2 and Florentina Saul, DSWD FO 02 Social Welfare Officer, afterwhich the students were introduced to the art of film making by  Benjie de Yro of Philippine Information Agency Region 2.

“The short films to be produced by the students will depict inspired true to life stories of victims of human trafficking and the same will become advocacy materials of DSWD,” Alan added.

The participating students were from Cagayan State University-Sanchez Mira, Aparri and Gonzaga; University of Cagayan Valley, International School of Asia and the Pacific, Isabela State University-Echague and Santiago City campus; St. Ferdinand College of Isabela, Quirino State University and Philippine Normal University.

The winning entries will be announced on December 12, 2014 on the occasion of International Day Against Human Trafficking. ### GELA FLOR R. PEREZ, Regional Information Officer II

 

 

 

 

 

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DSWD FO 02 Inks MOA for the Conduct of FDS

DSWD FO 02 Reg. Dir. Remia T. Tapispisan (2nd from left) and FPOP, Inc. Chapter Program Manager, Mr. Democrito Galindo, Jr. (3rd from left) presenting the signed Memorandum of Agreement together with the technical staff of DSWD FO 02 and FPOP, Inc.

DSWD FO 02 Reg. Dir. Remia T. Tapispisan (2nd from left) and FPOP, Inc. Chapter Program Manager, Mr. Democrito Galindo, Jr. (3rd from left) presenting the signed Memorandum of Agreement together with the technical staff of DSWD FO 02 and FPOP, Inc.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development  Field Office 02 recently forged a Memorandum of Agreement with Family Planning Organization of the Philippines, Inc. (FPOP) at DSWD FO 02, Regional Government Center, Carig, Tuguegarao City for the conduct of Family Development Sessions (FDS) and/or FDS Plus in Santiago City, Isabela.

The Memorandum of Agreement stipulates, among others, that the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines, Inc. (FPOP), a Civil Society Organization and Volunteer Group, will facilitate the FDS sessions for the covered households of  Pantawid Pamilya in Santiago City, Isabela  from September 19, 2014 to December 31, 2014.

Present during the signing of the MOA were DSWD FO 02 Remia T. Tapispisan, Democrito Galindo, Jr., Chapter Program Manager and Aileen Francisco, Field Educator, both representatives of Family Planning Organization of the Philippines, Inc.

“We are very proud and ecstatic   that we were chosen to be the partner of DSWD in conducting the FDS in Santiago City, Isabela because we believe in its programs, particularly the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program,” said Mr. Democrito Galindo.

The FDS is one of the conditionalities of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program which seeks to strengthen family values among the beneficiaries. ### By: GELA FLOR R. PEREZ, Regional Information Officer II

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Santiago City, Isabela Adjudged ‘Functional LSWDO’

For having complied with 51%-99% of the total score per work area, Santiago City Social Welfare Development Office was adjudged “Functional LSWDO”   according to  DSWD FO 02.

This result came after the recent assessment on the functionality of LSWDOs conducted by DSWD FO 02, headed by Ms. Pasencia T. Ancheta, Policy and Planning Division Chief,  pursuant to Memorandum Circular No. 16, Series of 2014.

Santiago City’s CSWDO fell short of the 100% compliance to the “must” standards set covering the four work areas in order to be classified as “fully functional LSWDO.” The four work areas are: administration and organization, program management, case management and physical structure, to deliver quality local social welfare and development programs and services to the target beneficiaries at the locality.

The rationale of the abovementioned circular is for DSWD to be the world’s standard on the delivery of coordinated social services and social protection for poverty reduction by 2030 which can be attained by establishing a  fully  functional LSWDOs. This is because the LGUs specifically the LSWDOs play a vital role as the frontline implementers of social welfare services at the local level under the Local Government Code of 1991.

Furthermore, this assessment kicks off the scheduled assessment of LSWDOs in the region which will run until October of this year. ### By: GELA FLOR R. PEREZ, Regional Information Officer II

 

 

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