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Region-12 SAP funding disbursement 100 percent completed, says DSWD SOCCSKSARGEN

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD FO XII) has disbursed 100 percent of its total allocation intended for the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) in Region 12, the head of the agency said Saturday.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said the SAP funds have been disbursed by local government units (LGUs) to families severely affected by the lockdown imposed by the government to cut the transmission of Coronavirus.

Citing latest data from the region’s daily report, Dir. Espejo noted the funding benefited poor and qualified families across the region for SAP, a program where the agency is at the forefront to support authorities’ hard-line measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.

“We are wrapping up the distribution and waiting for the liquidation requirements from our partner LGUs. As of now, we are waiting for directive from our central office whether we will have a second tranche of the aid,” Dir. Espejo said. 

“The agency specifically thanks our partners from the military, police, LGUs, Department of Interior and Local Government, Bureau of Fire Protection, as well our village officials and volunteers,” he added. 

Since the implementation of the government’s emergency subsidy allowance last month, 40 of 50 LGUs have submitted their SAP liquidation report.

Under DSWD guidelines, the LGUs are required to submit the liquidation and financial reporting documents, including the list of encoded SAP beneficiaries, to the DSWD within 15 days from the completion of the distribution.

President Rodrigo Duterte has approved 200 billion pesos the largest economic aid package in the country’s history to assist informal sector workers and people whose income have dried up amid a health crisis that has virtually shut down the country.

The package, under Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) that he signed on March 25, 2020, was aimed at workers in the informal sector, those who live below subsistence levels and those in “no work, no pay” occupations. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD discovers a hundred more people who claim multiple SAP assistance

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) announced Monday it has discovered a hundred more cases where a recipient of the central government’s Social Amelioration Program (SAP) received multiple financial assistance, a violation that might send them to prison.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said around 109 beneficiaries, all covered by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) from the towns of Aleosan, Pigkawayan, Banisilan in North Cotabato; and Bagumbayan in Sultan Kudarat; despite receiving their SAP directly through their cash cards, claimed the assistance intended for non-4Ps beneficiaries.

Five other non-4Ps recipients from different barangays in the towns of Tantangan and Koronadal City in South Cotabato have received SAP assistance twice.

The latest findings, according to Dir. Espejo, is part of the initial result from the region’s locally developed application used to track and verify SAP beneficiaries, including their vital information such as names, photographs and their complete address.

The 109 4Ps alleged violators received SAP subsidy through their Land Bank of the Philippines cash cards before showing up in payouts where they also claimed similar assistance.  

The DSWD FO XII is currently conducting validation and cross-matching of the masterlists submitted by the local government units. The process allows the agency individuals who may have abused the government’s program.  

“Once proven guilty, they might be suspended or removal from the 4Ps, face perjury and estafa charges,” Dir. Espejo stressed.

Citing the guidelines of the SAP implementation, the claimants violated the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469), a law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 to ease the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by authorities as part of hard-line measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Last week, the agency also exposed five people from the towns of Tupi and Lake Sebu in South Cotabato over the same offense.

“Our crackdown against multiple claimants is ongoing. We will make sure they will be dealt accordingly,” he said.  

Since last month, more than P3.3 Billion or 98. 82 percent were already disbursed for the emergency subsidy allowance based on the agency’s updated report as of May 18, benefiting around 663, 966 poor families region-wide.

The SAP is a program where the agency is at the forefront to support authorities’ hard-line measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic by providing social services to the poor and severely-affected people. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD starts releasing social pension of elders in Region 12

More than 3,000 Filipino elders in the town of President Roxas in North Cotabato province  started receiving on Thursday, May 14, 2020, their social pension to support their needs amid the country’s coronavirus pandemic. 

The Department has transferred to LGUs funds for 2019 (first and second semester) and for 2020 (first semester) for UNPAID social pensioners. For 2019 unpaid social pensioner, each will receive the full amount of P6k plus their 2020 first semester grant of  

P3k. For 2019 paid social pensioners, each will only receive financial grant of P3k for the first semester of 2020. 

The DSWD handles the implementation of Republic Act (RA) No. 9994 or the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 where indigent senior citizens could receive a monthly stipend worth P500 from the state.

Under RA 9994, it defines indigent senior citizens as “any elderly who is frail, sickly or with disability, and without pension or permanent source of income, compensation or financial assistance from his/her relatives to support his/her basic needs, as determined by the DSWD.” ( JBM / DSWD Photos)

A senior citizen receives her pension in Del Carmen, President Roxas, North Cotabato.

Elders patiently wait during the payout of their pension in Del Carmen Village.

Generoso Paguntalan, 77, holds his money after receiving his social pension on Thursday in Del Carmen village.

Elvira Solis holds her identification card as she waits for her turn to receive the social pension.

Senior citizen are seen during the payout of their social pension Thursday in President Roxas town.

A senior citizen walks while assisted by his son during the payout for social pension.

While observing social distancing, elders wait for the turn to receive their social pension during the distribution on Thursday in Del Carmen village in President Roxas town of North Cotabato.

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DSWD to pursue filing of appropriate charges against beneficiaries who claim multiple SAP assistance

In this photo shows one of the five personalities who claimed multiple financial assistance in South Cotabato Province. (DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has discovered a number of cases where a recipient of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) received multiple assistance from different villages, a senior agency official announced Wednesday, citing those caught will be dealt accordingly.

Citing initial results from a locally developed application used to track beneficiaries of SAP, Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said that around five personalities from the towns of Tupi and Lake Sebu in South Cotabato Province were found to have claimed financial assistance two times, a clear violation under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469). 

The law was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 to ease the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by authorities as part of hard-line measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Saying the violators may face perjury and estafa charges, Dir. Espejo noted the office is currently checking other lists of beneficiaries submitted by local government units (LGUs) included in their liquidation report for the SAP funds wired to them last month. 

According to the agency’s chief, a team tasked to review the documents submitted by the LGUs managed to secure pictures and details of the claimants.

“We have already identified some of the perpetrators, and the photos we have of them receiving cash assistance in two different barangays is undeniable. They even had the audacity to use their own names thinking we will not discover this. We will not tolerate this. The agency is going to file appropriate charges against them. ” Dir. Espejo said, without providing the identities of the claimants. 

“We will further look into possible connivance of these individuals with local officials, it is quite unbelievable that these persons used two names in different barangays but it was not flagged,” he added.

Since last month, more than P3.3 Billion or 98. 82 percent were already disbursed for the emergency subsidy allowance based on the latest data from the region tracker, benefiting around 660, 457 poor families region-wide.

The SAP is a program where the agency is at the forefront to support authorities’ hard-line measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic by providing social services to the poor and severely-affected people. (JBM/DSWD)

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DSWD-12 reminds LGUs to liquidate wired funds used for SAP

Residents are seen during the recent distribution of Social Amelioration Program in General Santos City. (Photo by JBM/ DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY– A senior executive official urged Monday local government units (LGUs) to liquidate the funds transferred to them intended for Social Amelioration Program (SAP) as the region is about to reach hundred percent in the distribution of emergency subsidy allowance to poor constituents whose lives are affected by the lockdown imposed by authorities to cut the transmission of Covid-19 pandemic.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, also asked the local officials in the region’s 45 towns and five cities to distribute remaining funds to other eligible constituents who failed to avail the government’s assistance.

“Since we have reached almost a hundred percent in our distribution, we remind our LGU partners to prepare and submit to us their liquidation,” Dir. Espejo said.

Since last month, more than P3.2 Billion or 96 percent were already disbursed for the emergency subsidy allowance based on the latest data from the region tracker, benefiting around 641, 946 poor families region-wide.

The SAP, a program where the agency is at the forefront, is under Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469), a law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 to ease the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by authorities as part of hard-line measures to contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

Dir. Espejo also reported the region ranked 3rdout of 17 field offices nationwide in the ground implementation of SAP, obtaining 98.2 percent completion rate.

With the positive outcome of the implementation, the regional office lauded the LGUs, including members of the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), for their prompt and efficient actions over SAP implementation.

“It only shows that our partnership with LGUs are working. We appreciate their efforts as well our partners,” Dir. Espejo said. (JBM / DSWD)

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Social workers to start validating the list of SAP recipients in Region 12

A social worker is seen assisting the distribution of emergency subsidy allowance under Social Amelioration Program in President Quirino in Sultan Kudarat Province. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

KORONDAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 12 (DSWD FO 12) will start validating on the ground grievances involving residents provided with financial assistance in connection with the implementation of Social Amelioration Program (SAP). 

This was announced Wednesday by DSWD-12 regional director Cezario Joel Espejo who said around 40 social workers will be deployed Thursday across the region to personally validate the lists of eligible and non-eligible families who were given cash assistance under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469), a law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 to ease the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by authorities as part of hard-line measures to contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

According to Dir. Espejo, the team was briefed about the validation guidelines of SAP ahead of their deployment.

“We encouraged the people to voice out and report anomalies or irregularities concerning the SAP,” Dir. Espejo said.

Since the start of SAP distribution late last month, the agency, through its social media accounts, has been receiving complaints   specifically local officials lapses in assessing the qualifications of the recipients.

“It’s important to us to get the side of those complaining and listen to their grievances,” he added.

Jackiya Lao, division chief for disaster operation, is leading the task force, according to Dir. Espejo.

More than P2.6 Billion were already disbursed for the emergency subsidy allowance based on the latest data from the region tracker. 

The fund benefited 526, 891 poor families severely affected by the global coronavirus crisis.

To date, Dir. Espejo said 23 municipalities, Bagumbayan, Columbio, Senator Ninoy Aquino, Kalamansig, Tacurong City, Lambayong, Isulan, Esperanza, Lutayan, Lebak, and Palimbang, in Sultan Kudarat; Malapatan, Malungon, Maitum, Kiamba, Alabel, and Maasim in Sarangani Province have completed the distribution of SAP financial assistance to its constituents. 

The towns of T’boli and Tupi in South Cotabato; Alamada, Banisilan, Libungan and Aleosan in North Cotabato, also finished their distribution of assistance over the weekend. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD-12 distances from Banga town controversies 

A social worker (unseen) hired by local government unit of Banga is seen during the distribution of Social Amelioration Program assistance. (JBM / DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) kept its distance from the issue surrounding the municipal social welfare office in the town of Banga, South Cotabato where its chief executive recently sacked all its workers amid the implementation of Social Amelioration Program (SAP).

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, clarified that the employees transferred by local officials were locally hired and not part of the agency’s workforce handling the SAP field monitoring.

The director made the clarification after Banga Mayor Albert Palencia issued a directive last week, transferring all the staff of his MSWDO to other offices. The transfer is an exclusive prerogative of the local government unit (LGU) and has no relation to DSWD.

“The affected workers are LGU employees and not DSWD employees,” Dir. Espejo said.

“There’s an internal issue with them,” he added, citing Mayor Palencia sent his administrator and human resource management officer over the weekend and assured the implementation of SAP will not be affected by the transfer.

Under RA No. 7160 or the Local Government Code, the DSWD devolved basic social services to the local government units. The law also mandates the agency to provide assistance to LGUs for the effective implementation of programs on the ground.

Dir. Espejo said that “There are a lot of misconception that the CSWDs/MSWDOs/PSWDOs are employees of the department. This is far from the truth. In fact, LGUs have employed their own social workers under the local social welfare and development office. The controversy in Banga has no connection to DSWD as portrayed in some media reports.

The SAP is an intervention handled by the DSWD under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 to ease the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by authorities as part of hard-line measures to contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

Based on the latest data from the region tracker, around 491,719 families across the region have availed the the government’s emergency subsidy allowance since last mont.

Dir. Espejo also said 14 municipalities, Bagumbayan, Columbio, Senator Ninoy Aquino, Kalamansig, Tacurong City and Palimbang in Sultan Kudarat; Malungon, Maitum, Kiamba, and Maasim in Sarangani Province have completed the distribution of SAP financial assistance to its constituents. 

The towns of Alamada, Banisilan, Libungan and Aleosan in North Cotabato, also finished their distribution of assistance over the weekend. (AAA, HTE / DSWD)

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DSWD-12 endorses to DILG reports of alleged fund mess by local officials over SAP implementation

A beneficiary in General Santos City receives his Social Amelioration Program assistance in this file photo taken on April 24, 2020. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office XII (DSWD FOXII) has endorsed reports for further investigation and appropriate actions against some local government officials of three towns in the region over alleged irregularities in the implementation of the government’s Social Amelioration Program (SAP).

This was bared Thursday by Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, who said the agency officially wrote the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), including DSWD Secretary Rolando Bautista, regarding disturbing reports of government officials in handling the SAP assistance distribution, ranging from splitting the money to cover more recipients, threats to remove the names of their constituents in the lists, forcing beneficiaries to buy sacks of rice upon  receiving their aid, and handpicking of ineligible beneficiaries, among others.      

“I urge our beneficiaries to report to us directly any form of  irregularities and anomalies. They can send text messages to our hotline numbers at 0915-377-8131 and 0951-379-1006,” Dir. Espejo said, without revealing the municipalities involved in the alleged fund mess. 

“The agency will not tolerate those taking advantage over the government program,” he added.  


Meanwhile, the relief agency handling the response on the effects of enhanced community quarantine imposed by the government to cut the transmission of coronavirus pandemic, reported four municipalities in Central Mindanao have completed the distribution of their emergency subsidy allowance to its constituents.

Citing data from the region’s tracker, the town of Libungan, with 7,926 family beneficiaries, was the first to complete the payout on Tuesday. The municipalities of Maasim, 8,082 families; and Malungon, 9,354 in Sarangani Province; and Bagumbayan in Sultan Kudarat with 9,558 reciepients, fowllowed on April 29.

The DSWD, on the forefront of SAP under Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 with P200 Billion funding, has wired more than P3 Billion funding to 50 local government units in Region 12.

Dir. Espejo said as of April 30, more than poor 409,749 families in the region severely affected by the lockdown were provided with financial assistance.

“The payouts on the LGU level continue. Others have requested for extension at the Central office to complete their distribution,” Dir.Espejo said.

Among the vulnerable groups of people prioritized for the financial assistance were senior citizen, PWD, pregnant women, solo parent, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmer, fishermen, and self-employed. (JBM / DSWD)

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