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DSWD FO2 launches Gawad Listahanan Awards

gawadThe Department of Social Welfare and Development-Field Office II (DSWD FO2) through the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR), holds the first-ever Gawad Listahanan Awards. This is one of the efforts of DSWD to give recognition to the Local Government Units (LGUs) who have best utilized the Listahanan database as basis for choosing beneficiaries for their programs and services.

The activity also aims to promote the convergence of all social protection stakeholders on the identified poor to effectively address the different aspects of poverty.  As well as encourage other stakeholders to adopt Listahanan database for the implementation of their projects.

The Gawad Listahanan Awards is classified into three areas, namely: municipal, city and provincial government.

Meanwhile, the National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) invited all the LGU data users to submit their application for the said competition.

 For LGUs to qualify, they must have an active Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with DSWD. Also, they must have a locally funded social protection program that helps the identified poor by Listahanan database and must actively submit their feedback on data utilization.

 Regional winner for the Search will be awarded in the DSWD FO2’s Anniversary. Also, the regional winner will be the contender to the National Data Utilization Awards. With this, the national winner can win P50,000.00 incentives that they may use to supplement their programs in helping the identified poor households.

They will also be exposed to different advocacy events of NHTS-PR or Listahanan.

Listahanan database is a comprehensive and reliable database that can be a basis of stakeholders in selecting beneficiaries for their protection programs. The said database is now being used by PhilHealth, Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program, Sustainable Livelihood Program and other LGUs, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), National and Local Government Agencies (NGAs).  ### By: Ailyn P. Aglaua, NHTS-PR 

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Sec. Soliman Visits Cagayan Valley, Urges Support for DSWD’s Programs

IN PHOTO: KAYA NG PINOY TUMAWID SA KAUNLARAN! This was the emphasis of DSWD Secretary Soliman's message during her interaction with the Pantawid beneficiaries in Brgy. Patagueleg, Penablanca, Cagayan

IN PHOTO: KAYA NG PINOY TUMAWID SA KAUNLARAN! This was the emphasis of DSWD Secretary Soliman’s message during her interaction with the Pantawid beneficiaries in Brgy. Patagueleg, Penablanca, Cagayan

The Department of Social Welfare and Development ( DSWD) Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Juliano Soliman visited the region on August 18-19, 2014 as part of her Convergence Road Show to reinforce the mandate of the government in providing social justice to the poor and underprivileged sector of the society.

Ang Pagbabago ay Nagsisimula sa Pamayanan

This is the thrust of the Secretary’s message to the Cagayanos, particularly to the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and Sustainable Livelihood Program  in Barangays Patagueleg, Penablanca, Linao East, Tuguegarao City and Piat, Cagayan.

Sec. Soliman was especially impressed with the testimony of Josibel Sibal, a Pantawid beneficiary who experienced life-changing opportunities thru the help of Pantawid program. The said beneficiary rose from being a small-time gambling operator to being a barangay health worker upon realizing the ill-effects of her means of livelihood to the character development of her children through the Family Development Sessions (FDS) she attended.

Shared by the Secretary, “These testimonies of the beneficiaries should put to rest the criticisms hurled against the program, especially those coming from the members of Congress who believe that the program is a bane.”

Meanwhile, Sec. Soliman encouraged the beneficiaries of SLP who are the Pantawid beneficiaries as well as the local officials of Piat, Cagayan to promote Agro-tourism in the said municipality considering that the Local Government Unit has strong technical support from the Cagayan State University- Piat Campus. She also visited the Organic Vegetable Farming site of the beneficiaries which is an offshoot of the Farmers Field School training on Organic Vegetable Production cum Integrated Pest Management conducted last year.

One of the conditionalities of Pantawid that the beneficiaries should faithfully comply with is to regularly attend FDS facilitated by Municipal Links in every barangay with the goal of strengthening family values.

On the other hand, Sustainable Livelihood Program seeks to improve the socio-economic capacity of the poor through a capacity building program that will develop the entrepreneurial and technical skills of the poor households.

Redirecting DSWD’s programs

In her meeting with the staff of DSWD Field Office 02, Sec. Soliman reiterated her directives to hear more stories of transformation through DSWD’s programs as exemplified by the testimonies of the beneficiaries.

She hopes that, “through Pantawid and other programs of the department, there will be an increase in the percentage of beneficiaries whose economic status escalated from survival to self-sufficiency.”

In this regard, Sec. Soliman bared DSWD’s plan to conduct the second screening of household beneficiaries sometime in September so that more beneficiaries will have access to Pantawid and other social protection program.

Hence, she urged DSWD FO 02 employees to continue their hard work and make themselves partners of the government in attaining its goal of alleviating the economic status of the poor and marginalized sector of the society and prove that indeed, “ang pag-babago ay nag-sisimula sa pamayanan.”

Welcoming Sec. Soliman in Cagayan were DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan, Asst. Regional Director for Operations Ponciana P. Condoy , Asst. Regional Director for Administration Delia Sto. Tomas and other DSWD technical staff, the Provincial Government of Cagayan and PSWDO-Cagayan. ### By GELA FLOR R. PEREZ, Regional Information Officer II

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Percentage of Listahanan Data-users Escalates

ListahananThe National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) of DSWD Field Office II Provincial and Local Government Units (LGUs) as Listahanan datausers increase to 99% in the year 2014.

Out of 98 LGUs in Region II, 97 already have a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with DSWD for the utilization of Listahanan database.

Some of the programs and services that made use of the LISTAHANAN 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.

Meanwhile, the Regional Household Targeting Unit (RHTU) is having a semestral Consultation Dialogue for the data-users to monitor the utilization of the said database. This significant event is also an opportunity for the data users to share their best practices or any related experiences thru the implementation of their social protection programs.

Also, this is an advocacy effort to pull more stakeholders to use the Listahanan database.

On the other hand, the RHTU is continuously advocating the database to the stakeholders such as other National Government Agencies (NGAs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Non-government Organizations (NGOs).

Listahanan dabase is an information management system that identifies who and where the real poor are. This database can be a reliable basis in selecting potential beneficiaries for the social protection providers. ###By: Ailyn P. Aglaua, Admin. Assist. III, NHTS-PR

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Provincial Convergence Caravan wraps-up in Quirino

Cabbaroguis, QUIRINO- The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II conducted its last leg of the Provincial Convergence Caravan series in this province on July 30,2014.

Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from the six municipalities of the province namely Aglipay, Cabarroguis, Diffun, Maddela, Saguday and Nagtipunan gathered for the one-day event aimed at giving an opportunity for them to share their testimonies regarding the impacts of the program in their lives.

Partners from the Local Government Units, National Government Agencies, Academe, and Civil Society Organizations also shared their messages regarding their support and role in the implementation of the program in the said province.

Aside from the sharing of testimonials and messages, another highlight of the activity was the showcase of talents among the participating municipalities wherein the beneficiaries flaunt their dancing skills and singing prowess.

Booths displaying the programs and services of the NGAs and the products of the participating localities were also installed around the venue.

In her message, DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan highlighted on the importance of convergence among the different sectors in alleviating poverty and improving the well-being of the poor families, especially the beneficiaries of the program.

Moreover, Gov. Junie Cua also lauded DSWD for implementing such program which really caters to the poorest of the poor. He also committed for continued partnership between the local government and the department aimed at delivering efficient and quality social services.

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 ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

 

 

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Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leaders undergo training as Program Advocates

With the aim to develop pool of advocates from its beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field office II conducted two batches of Skills Enhancement Training of Parent Leaders (PL) as Program Advocates.

Thirty-nine PLs from the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela attended the first batch of training held at Jotay Resort, Sta. Ana, Cagayan on July 23-25, 2014 while another 36 PLs from the provinces of Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya for the second set held at Highlander Hotel, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya on July 28-30,2014.

The three-day training was filled with modules and exercises about Leadership and Effective Communication. These topics aimed on equipping the PLs with necessary skills to further perform their duties and responsibilities as leaders and to be partners of DSWD in advocating the program in their respective municipalities and cities.

Some of the duties of the PLs include spearheading the conduct of monthly meeting with members and relaying of announcements and updates about the program.

The PLs are given tips on how to be co-promoters of Pantawid Pamilya to showcase the program’s impacts not just in the lives of the beneficiaries but in the community as well, and to further intensify support from the legislators and other stakeholders.

There were also mock radio and TV interviews wherein the leader beneficiaries displayed their communication skills and their deep knowledge about Pantawid Pamilya.

PANTAWID DOES NOT BREED DEPENDENCY

In one of the mock radio interviews, the PLs strongly negated the misconception that that Pantawid Pamilya encourages indolence.

Mrs. Evangeline Urata, a beneficiary and a PL from Buguey, Cagayan said that the program boosted her will and determination to have a more sustainable well-being.

“Napakalaking tulong ng ‘cash grant’ na aming nakukuha para pantustos sa pangangailangan ng aking mga anak. Dahil sa tulong na ito, lalo kaming nagsisikap na mag-asawa na maitaguyod ang aming pamilya,” said Mrs. Urata.

“Higit pa rito, mas naging responsible kaming mga magulang lalo na bilang miyembro ng aming barangay,” she added.

The beneficiaries also expressed their gratitude to the DSWD and to the government for implementing programs that cater to the welfare of the vulnerable and poor Filipino Families.

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.

It is currently implemented in the 4 cities and 83 municipalities in the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya. As of now, there is a total of 97, 419 household beneficiaries in the region. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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DSWD joins the Celebration of the 36th NDPR Week

To stimulate public awareness on disability issues and concerns, the Department of Social Welfare & Development Field Office 02 together with other agencies observed the 36th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) week which is being celebrated from July 17-23, 2014.

With the theme “Talino at Paninindigan ng Taong May Kapansanan: Pasaporte sa Kaunlaran”, the week-long celebration kicked-off with a Kalesacade around Tuguegarao City proper on July 17, 2014.

The parade was followed by a Holy Mass and an opening program to officially commence the festivity held at Mamba Gymnasium, Cagayan National High School, this city.

Partners from the different sectors and the members of the Regional Committee on Disability Affairs (RCDA) were present during the activity which highlighted on the promotion and protection of the rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) as well with their significant contribution in economic growth and nation building.

INSPIRING OTHERS

In his message, Mr. Benjamin A. Banatao, Special Investigator III of Commission on Human Rights Regional Office II, and who was also the keynote speaker, encouraged PWDs not to lose hope and be assertive of their rights despite their weakness.

“I inspire you to rise up with renewed hope and strength to live your life to the fullest in spite of your infirmity, so that those around us who are physically complete shall be amazed beholding the joy and peace within us, despite our physical disability,” he added.

Banatao was a Polio victim at the age of four, but that did not stop him from pursuing his dreams. He is now an accomplished man, balancing his life as an active advocate for the rights of PWDs and as a doting family man.

PWDs GOT TALENT

Another highlight of the program was the showcase of talents among the PWDs. Students from the Dinggin Ka Learning Center of University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao (USLT) and New Life For Kids displayed their vocal prowess and dancing skills.

Simultaneous with the event was the Kalesa Painting Contest wherein USLT bagged 1st and 2nd place, and the University of Cagayan Valley won 3rd place respectively.

The new set of Federation Officers of PWDs of Tuguegarao was also inducted.

Moreover, the Field Office as represented by Mrs. Lucia S. Alan, Social Welfare Officer V and Head of the Protective Services Unit and the Local Government Unit of Tuguegarao through its City Social Welfare and Development Office also awarded assistive devices like cane and wheelchair to identified PWD recipient.

“It’s really important to harness more support from the different stakeholders in order to further promote and protect the rights and welfare of PWDs. Through this, we can help the PWDs showcase their wit and skills despite their disabilities,” Alan said.

Aside from the Kalesa Painting Contest, this year’s celebration also has a Documentary Film Competition which will be participated in by the different tertiary institutions in the region. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

 

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FEATURE: Beyond Borders

Distance is never a hindrance as long as the will to serve ignites within one’s heart. When the commitment to reach and to help the needy lives within one’s soul, no mountain is too high. No road is too long. And no island is too far.

The Municipality of Calayan, Cagayan was devastated by Super Typhoon Odette in September 2013 which resulted to the uprooting of trees, toppled down electrical post, damaged infrastructure and heavy damaged on agricultural crops and live stocks.

Many houses were damaged especially those houses made out of light materials. However, with the resiliency of the people and the community resulted to no report of casualties given its super strong typhoon.

Massive relief operations were immediately conducted to families inside and outside evacuation centers / areas to temporarily ease from the crisis situation of affected families thru the convergence efforts and combined resources/logistical supports from the Local Government Units, National Government Agencies, NGOs and private sectors.

For those indigent families whose houses were damaged, reconstruction of their houses is beyond their capability, hence, the Government thru Department of Social Welfare and Development provided Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) to 1,540 families in the four islands of Calayan, namely: Babuyan Claro, Camiguin, Dalupiri and Calayan proper.

They received their shelter assistance amounting to P10, 000.00 pesos per family with a total amount of Php 15,540,000.00 last May 28-30, 2014 from the DSWD – Field Office 02 technical staff and with the presence of Engr. Honesto S. Pardo of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Operations Office (DRRROO) of DSWD – Central Office.

The beneficiaries didn’t expect that the Government will provide such assistance to them considering their location, which entails six to eight hours travel by the sea before reaching the Calayan Island proper.

Likewise, the Municipal Government headed by Mayor Alfonso M. Llopis gave their sincere appreciation to the Department that immediately provided them relief goods for augmentation to the affected families during typhoon Odette and now, here comes the shelter assistance for those families whose houses were damaged.

They were very thankful to the Government and to the DSWD for the help they received for their houses will now be rehabilitated. But greater than that, the assistance they received gave them a deeper sense of hope and determination to continue living after the storm.

When that time comes, Calayan will not only be known for its lavish beaches, pristine waters and abundant sea wonders, but it will be more famous for its resilient and determined people who remain strong and proud despite disasters.

And no matter how many times Mother Nature cast her wrath; there will always be those dedicated public servants who are   ever ready to lend a helping hand.

These days, superheroes need not to wear cape and mask. They just have to wear something red. These days, superheroes need not to fly. They just have to sail and brave the seas. And the disadvantaged and the vulnerable can always count on them, even though beyond borders.###By ROMMEL S. GAMIAO, SWO II, Disaster and Risk Reduction Management

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DSWD FO2 stages 3rd Leg of Provincial Convergence Caravan in Isabela

All roads led to Ilagan City as the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II continued with its third string of the Provincial Convergence Caravan held at Gov. Faustino N. Dy Sr. Hall, Provincial Capitol, Province of Isabela on June 16, 2014.

Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from the neighboring cities and municipalities gathered for the one-day event aimed at giving an opportunity for them to share their testimonies regarding the impacts of the program in their lives.

“Napakalaking pagbabago po ang naidulot ng Pantawid Pamilya sa aking buhay,” started Elena Jacinto, who is also a Parent Leader from Ilagan City.

“Sa tulong ng cash grant, natutugunan ng maayos ang pangangailangan ng aking mga anak sa kalusugan at sa edukasyon. Pero higit pa sa pinansiyal na aspeto, pinalawak ng programa ang aking kaalaman sa tulong ng Family Development Sessions. Nagkaroon din ako ng tiwala sa sarili at mas malalim na pagtanggap sa aking responsibilidad upang mas maging mabuti akong magulang at miyembro ng pamayanan,” she ended.

Partners from the Local Government Units, National Government Agencies, Academe, and Civil Society Organizations also shared their messages regarding their support and role in the implementation of the program in the said province.

Aside from the sharing of testimonials and messages, another highlight of the activity was the showcase of talents among the participating municipalities and cities wherein the beneficiaries flaunt their dancing skills and singing prowess.

Booths displaying the programs and services of the NGAs and the products of the participating localities were also installed around the venue.

In her message, Ms. Maricel Grace Gomez, the Regional Program Coordinator of Pantawid Pamilya highlighted on the importance of convergence among the different sectors in alleviating poverty and improving the well-being of the poor families, especially the beneficiaries of the program.

“Sa’ming mga katuwang mula sa iba’t-ibang sektor, patuloy tayong magbuklud-buklod at magtulung-tulong sa paghahatid ng mahusay, magiliw at matapat na serbisyong publiko, lalo na sa mga higit na nangangailangan, sa mga mahihirap,” Gomez said.

She also encouraged the beneficiaries to continue to work hard and have the will to rise from poverty. “Kayong mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya ay magbibigay patunay na sa gitna ng kahirapan, kayang-kaya ng Pinoy tumawid tungo sa kaunlaran!”

The program ended with parlor games wherein winners took home some prizes. The Provincial Government of Isabela through the leadership of Gov. Faustino Dy also gave some family food packs.

The province of Isabela holds the biggest number of Pantawid beneficiaries in the region with a total of 45, 693 households. For region 02, there are a total of 96, 175 beneficiaries.

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 ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

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