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Whendy Pido, 28, gestures as she speaks in Antipas, North Cotabato. (DSWD Photo)

MAGPET, NORTH COTABATO — When authorities imposed a total lockdown last month, Whendy Pido foresees a looming crisis that could terribly affect the daily needs of her family.

A mother to a ten-year-old boy, Whendy says at first she thought the enhanced community lockdown implemented by their local government officials could only last for few weeks but now its moving on the second month, a decision made by authorities limiting movements of people as part of efforts to flatten the increasing spread of deadly coronavirus. 

In the small village of Del Pilar where Whendy stays with her son in a wooden-made house surrounded by rubber trees, most of the people fell into grimmer poverty as the virus continues to rage, preventing residents by local law enforcers to go out from their homes to work in the region, home to some of the poorest people on the fringes of Region 12 society.

According to Whendy, should only official allows them to work, at least they have something on their table at the end of the day, a daily scene for most of the people which only adds desperation and anxiety making it difficult to have a sense of the importance of the strict adherence to the lockdown.

Over the weekend, residents in the town saw a shimmer of hope after local government unit of Antipas, a mountain town in North Cotabato province, began the distribution of government’s emergency subsidy allowance under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP).  

The intervention, spearheaded by the DSWD under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 with P200 Billion funding, primarily aimed to ease the effects of the enhanced community quarantine.

The assistance will benefit the poorest of the poor and informal economy sectors of society like Whendy, a full-time housewife who only rely on the income of her husband working as laborer in one of the rubber farms close to their village.

Whendy was among the residents provided by P5,000 cash assistance under SAP. However, upon knowing that her husband, who was in an adjacent village, was also provided with the same assistance, she immediately returned the money. 

The money could have gone a long way for her family, as the enhanced community quarantine continues to remain in effect until April 30, 2020. She could have kept the money depriving those poor residents who are equally in need of assistance like her.

However, Whendy realized how insensitive she could be – knowing that there are more poor families in their barangays who barely have food to eat due to COVID-19 pandemic declaration brought about by the enhanced community quarantine. 

It would be a huge help to my neighbors who have not yet received support from the government. I know we might land in jail if I would not return the money,” she quipped after the payout in their village on Sunday afternoon.

She thanked the government for the timely assistance extended to them saying, “our government has compassion in helping those poor families who are economically displaced by CoViD-19 pandemic,” she said.

“Thank you President Duterte because with our present condition now, you did not leave us alone. The money is a big help for us who have no source of income in this trying time,” she said.

“To my neighbors, if the assistance given to you was doubled, please return it. It’s not good if you get twice while others have nothing on their table,” she concluded.

Other sectors in the community in the town who received the same assistance like Whendy were senior citizen, PWDs, pregnant women, solo parents, overseas Filipinos in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmers, fishermen, and self-employed. (DSWD)

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LGUs continue distribution of SAP in Central Mindanao, says DSWD

A resident receives his Social Amelioration Program assistance during the distribution Sunday, April 19, 2020 in Cadungon, Antipas, North Cotabato. (JBM / DSWD)

ANTIPAS, NORTH COTABATO – Local government units (LGUs) across the region continues the distribution of government’s Social Amelioration Program (SAP) for tens of thousands poor residents severely affected by the community quarantine imposed by government to cut the transmission of coronavirus pandemic.

Municipalities in the provinces of North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, and Sarangani, have set their own schedules since last week for payouts of qualified and eligible recipients of SAP, 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.

In this town, among those who showed up at the releasing of assistance in Datu Agod, Cadungon and Basak, both far-flung villages, were senior citizens, pregnant women, single mothers, fishermen and farmers. 

Teresita Espino Aguilar, 79, was assisted by police and military deployed in Datu Agod to make thumbprint on a legal document upon receiving the money from the government, her advanced age makes it difficult for her to write her name and signature.

“I will use the money to buy medicines for my hypertension,” she said in local dialect.

Aling Teresita also called on her fellow poor residents in the barangay to support this effort of the government saying, “let us unite as one to fight against this crisis. This is the time that we should care about each other with compassion.” 

More than 668,287 target beneficiaries considered the poorest people in the region would benefit the government’s intervention.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, who personally led in the distribution of SAP assistance, said the agency, along with partners from Department of Interior and Local Government and local officials ensure that the aid will be given to rightful beneficiaries.

“We should take this an opportunity to help one another. We are bringing the government closer to the most needy and affected poor families to address their needs in times of crisis like this,” Dir. Espejo added.

He said, “let us help ourselves overcome this COVID-19 pandemic by ensuring that the money that our beneficiaries have received will not go to waste. Buy basic food commodities needed by your families.”  

 “We can’t see our enemies and don’t know where it came from. This is the right time for all of us to unite. Let’s set aside politics and follow instructions from authorities,” he added.

Dir. Espejo also expressed his sincerest gratitude to members of the Philippine National Police and LGU of Antipas for their support in making sure that only qualified and eligible beneficiaries can avail the SAP. 

Last month, authorities imposed a Luzon-wide community quarantine, affecting the public land, domestic air, and domestic sea, including mass gatherings, were banned to cut COVID-19 transmission. The move was replicated by other LGUs outside Luzon as well.

To ease the effects of the enhanced community quarantine that is moving into its second month, the government has approved a P200 Billion funding that will primarily benefit the poorest of the poor sectors of society.  (JBM / DSWD)

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Over P2.8 Billion wired to LGUs accounts for SAP, says DSWD-12 

A resident of Banga town in South Cotabato receives the emergency assistance from the government under Social Amelioration Program. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is almost complete in transferring funds intended for Social Amelioration Program (SAP) to local government units (LGUs) in Central Mindanao.

This was announced by Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, who reported that more than P2.8 Billion of the total P3.5 Billion allocation for Region 12 were already wired to 45 LGUs as of April 18 latest report.

“Since Monday, the payouts for the release of emergency assistance to qualified beneficiaries are ongoing,” Dir. Espejo said, adding around 668,287 target beneficiaries considered the poorest people in the region will benefit the government’s intervention.

One of the recipients, Eileen Bruma, 54, a laborer in the village of Tambilil, Kiamba town in Sarangani province, said she will use the assistance to buy food supplies for her family.

“In this time, life is difficult if you’re poor. You don’t know where to get livelihood to support the needs of the family,” Bruma said.

“I thank the government. The financial assistance is timely. It means a lot to us,” she added. 

Dir. Espejo said once the payouts for all beneficiaries are done, the agency will prepare for the second round of SAP assistance to cover the month of May. 

Last month, authorities imposed a Luzon-wide community quarantine, affecting the public land, domestic air, and domestic sea, including mass gatherings, were banned to cut COVID-19 transmission. The move was replicated by other LGUs outside Luzon as well.

To ease the effects of the enhanced community quarantine that is moving into its second month, the government has approved a P200 Billion funding that will primarily benefit the poorest of the poor sectors of society.

These are households typically living in shanties made from dilapidated cardboards and rusting iron sheet roofings that have one family member who is a senior citizen, PWD, pregnant women, solo parent, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmer, fishermen, and self-employed. 

Members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries were also included as recipients for SAP, 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.

Aside from emergency subsidy allowance, the department continues to accept clients in need of support under Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS) as well Family Food Packs augmentation to LGUs for Covid-19 related intervention. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD releases P2.1- B SAP funds to 42 LGUs in Region 12 

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, hands over P5,000 cash assistance under Social Amelioration Program to a beneficiary in Magsaysay village, Esperanza town in Sultan Kudarat province. (DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has released more than P2.1 billion funds intended for Social Amelioration Program (SAP) to 42 local government units (LGUs) in Central Mindanao.

This was announced Thursday by Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director who claimed as of 8:00 p.m. of April 16, a total of P2, 129, 590, 000. 00 was wired to 40 of the 50 LGUs across the region.

The money, according to Dir. Espejo will benefit some 668,287 target beneficiaries considered the poorest people in the region.

These are households typically living in shanties made from dilapidated cardboards and rusting iron sheet roofings that have one family member who is a senior citizen, PWD, pregnant women, solo parent, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmer, fishermen, and self-employed. 

“The LGUs started the distribution of subsidies this week. I personally witnessed and led the distribution in Brgy. Magsaysay, Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat Province,” Dir. Espejo said.

Last month, authorities imposed a Luzonwide community quarantine, affecting the public land, domestic air, and domestic sea, including mass gatherings, were banned to cut COVID-19 transmission. The move was replicated by other LGUs outside Luzon as well.

To ease the effects of the enhanced community quarantine that is moving into its second month, the government has approved a P200 Billion funding that will primarily benefit the poorest of the poor sectors of society.

The agency, according to Dir. Espejo, has forged an agreement with LGUs to fast track the distribution of emergency assistance to its constituents within seven days upon receiving their allocation.

“We appreciate the efforts of our partners in the LGUs for smoothly facilitating and working hard for the immediate implementation of the SAP for their constituents” Dir. Espejo said.

Members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries were also included as recipients for SAP, 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.

Aside from emergency subsidy allowance, the department continues to accept clients in need of support under Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS) as well Family Food Packs augmentation to LGUs for Covid-19 related intervention. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD tightens SAP implementation to ensure only eligible recipients will receive cash assistance

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) tightened the implementation of Social Amelioration Program (SAP) in the region to ensure that only rightful beneficiaries affected by the enhanced community quarantine can avail the state’s financial assistance.

Cezario Joel Espejo (R), DSWD-12 regional director, gestures as he speaks with a village official during the distribution of Social Amelioration Program in Esperanza town in Sultan Kudarat Province. (JBM / DSWD)

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said Wednesday that composite teams comprising representatives from partner national government agencies and the Local Government Units were formed and activated to monitor the ongoing distribution of emergency subsidy allowance.

Around 953, 853 households in Region12, including the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries, were targeted as recipients for SAP, 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.

The monitoring teams composed of representatives from the Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Finance, Department of Labor and Employment, Department of Interior and Local Government, Philippine National Police and Armed Forces of the Philippines, and Bureau of Fire Protection have recently discovered a number of non-eligible recipients.

“Upon discovery of non-eligibility after validation, the names  of non-qualified residents were removed from the payroll. This is a good indication that everybody is working to make sure that the assistance will go to rightful recipients,” the chief of the agency said. In addition, Dir. Espejo thanked various partner agencies who participated in ensuring that the funds of the government are safeguarded from anomalies and irregularities.  

As of this posting, more than P2.1 Billion were already released by the department to local government units to cover the P5,000 cash assistance of the constituents affected by the lockdown. 

“As of today, we are waiting for only eight (8) LGUs to submit requirements to commence payout for the SAP,” Dir. Espejo said. 

Urging the public to immediately report irregularities on cash distribution, Dir. Espejo said that “Our teams are going around in areas where there are scheduled payouts to properly monitor the SAP implementation. Please report to them any concern regarding our program implementation,”  Dir. Espejo added.

He emphasized that the Central Office in Manila has already issued a flash appeal for LGUs to cover the assistance of their constituents not included in the SAP but falls on poor and severely affected families. 

Based on the guidelines stipulated in the Joint Memorandum Circular on the provision of Emergency Subsidy Program, the target beneficiaries eligible to receive assistance are those low-income families, assessed to be most affected by the imposition of the community quarantine, given their existing life situations or circumstances. 

At the same time, the household of the target beneficiary must have one family member who is a senior citizen, PWD, pregnant women, solo parent, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmer, fishermen, and self-employed. 

“Maybe if LGUs still have enough savings for programmed projects not yet implemented this year, they could allocate the funds to finance the subsidy of their constituents,” he concluded. (JBM / DSWD) 

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DSWD FO XII calls for collective, unified efforts among stakeholders in combating CoViD-19 crisis

KORONADAL CITY — A senior government official in the region has appealed for unity among everyone in consideration of the implementation of the state’s emergency assistance amid  the country’s efforts to  contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

The DSWD, led by regional director Cezario Joel Espejo (L), speaks with local officials of Sarangani Province during the orientation for the Social Amelioration Program. (DSWD Photo)

Cezario Joel Espejo, regional director of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), made the appeal following some minor glitches that caused delay in some areas of the distribution of emergency cash assistance to the poor and severely affected residents covered by the Social Amelioration Program (SAP), an intervention under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020.

“This is not a time for politicking and advancing our self-interests. This is a time where we set our differences aside because we need to unite as one and help one another in order to defeat the Covid-19 pandemic,” Dir. Espejo said.

“During these trying times, we can only rely on the government and ourselves. We need to trust the government that it is looking for the best of everyone and ourselves to ensure that the virus does not spread further by following quarantine guidelines and practicing social distancing whenever we go outside of our homes” he added.

Dir. Espejo also cited the concern of middle-class people in the region who also need the state’s support, adding that the government is working hard to respond to their needs.

Last month, the national government imposed an enhanced community quarantine for the entire island of Luzon prohibiting land, domestic air, and domestic sea including mass gatherings to cut COVID-19 transmission. This move was shortly replicated by various provinces in the Visayas and Mindanao, in order to prevent the spread of the virus in their respective jurisdictions. 

“Kung sa tingin natin na tayo ay hindi naghihirap sa buhay, kung meron naman tayong nakakain ng 3 beses sa isang araw gaano man ito ka kaunti, hayaan na natin maibigay ang tulong sa mas karapat dapat. Isipin at intindihin na lang natin na may mga ibang tao na mas higit na nangangailangan kaysa sa atin,” Dir. Espejo said.

“By helping and understanding each other, we can surpass this crisis,” he added.

On Monday, the distribution of SAP assistance started as part of the 200 billion pesos the government approved for most affected Filipinos targeted at 18 million families nationwide.

Based on the guidelines stipulated in the Joint Memorandum Circular on the provision of Emergency Subsidy Program, the target beneficiaries eligible to receive assistance are those low-income families, assessed to be most affected by the imposition of the community quarantine, given their existing life situations or circumstances. The qualified recipients must belong to the most affected families and poorest of the poor.

Dir. Espejo also expressed his appreciation to the local government units (LGUs) for the unwavering support and partnership in the implementation of SAP. 

“LGUs are our best partners to ensure that SAP aids are channeled directly to the rightful family beneficiaries,” he further said.

At the same time, the household of the target beneficiary must have one family member who is a senior citizen, PWD, pregnant women, solo parent, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous people, homeless citizen, farmer, fishermen, and self-employed. (HTE / DSWD)

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DSWD distributes cash aid to poor families affected by COVID-19 in Sultan Kudarat

ESPERANZA, SULTAN KUDARAT – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has started the distribution of cash assistance under its Social Amelioration Program (SAP) to poor households in the Municipality of Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat.

Farmer Rene Toleron Mata, 28, a father to two children, shows the money he received from the government under SAP outside his house in Magsaysay, Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat Province on April 13, 2020. (Photo by DSWD)

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director personally led the house-to-house distribution conducted by DSWD and the local government unit representatives in the remote barangay of Magsaysay on Monday afternoon. He said that the emergency subsidy worth P5,000 cash each for 10,487 households in the town, will cover the month of April 2020. 

Another set of cash assistance, according to him, will be given in May 2020 based on the Omnibus Guidelines in the Implementation of Social Amelioration Program, an intervention under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020.

“As promised, the government responded to the needs of the people. DSWD now waits as other local government units (LGUs) in the region are also preparing for their respective poor families to receive the SAP subsidy,” Dir. Espejo said. 

Among the recipients, Rene Toleron Mata, 28, a farmer and father to two children, thanked the government for keeping its promises to low-income earners like him who are severely affected by the enhanced community quarantine.

“I will buy rice and groceries for my family,” he said when asked what to do with the assistance.

Mr. Toleron’s neighbor, Rodrigo Inaldo Begenio, 60, shared the same sentiments, describing the government’s grant timely since they already ran out of supply for their daily needs during the quarantine. 

Government authorities ordered earlier imposition of a community quarantine which primarily aims  to cut COVID-19 transmission.

“The money from the government can help us survive the crisis,” Begenio said after receiving his money outside their small wooden-made house beside a dried empty rice field.

Regionwide, around 953, 853 households, including the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries, were targeted as recipients for the program. The 4Ps beneficiaries, who have cash cards, have already received their grants last week – P750 for health subsidy, P600 rice allowance as part of the 4Ps grants and additional P3,650 to complete the P5,000 assistance under the SAP of government.

Dir. Espejo further said the immediate actions of LGUs in complying with the DSWD’s necessary documents helped in speeding up the process for funding release.  

“We are all public servants and our job is to ensure that the aid goes to the rightful family beneficiaries,” he said.

According to Dir. Espejo, the target beneficiaries are those low-income families, assessed to be most affected by the imposition of the community quarantine, given their existing life situations or circumstances. The qualified recipients must belong to the most affected families and poorest of the poor.

At the same time, the household of the target beneficiary must have one family member who is a 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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DSWD bares lists of individuals excluded for SAP

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) bared Friday the list of individuals excluded from the government’s ongoing Social Amelioration Program (SAP) for the most affected households due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this picture taken January 2020 shows local farmers in remote village of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

Among those not eligible for the emergency financial assistance include elected and appointed government officials; permanent, casual, contractual, coterminous, job order, Cost of Service and Memorandum of Agreement government employees; personnel in the local government units and those in government owned and controlled corporations.

At the same time, workers serving in the private sector, retired individuals currently receiving pension, and families with independent financial capacity consistent with the intent of SAP which is to provide only for those low-income families.  

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, explained the list was based on the Omnibus Guidelines in the Implementation of Emergency Subsidy Program of DSWD under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RA 11469) signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25.

“As much as possible, we want to help all families affected by the crisis but we have guidelines to follow where priority will be given to the poor and those who are considered informal economy workers,” Dir. Espejo explained.

The government earlier allotted P200 billion pesos for the SAP implementation that would primarily go to the 18 million poor households to help them through the crisis.

In Region 12, around 953, 853 households, including more than 246,000 in the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), were targeted as recipients for the program. The 4Ps beneficiaries, who have cash cards, have already received their grants earlier this week – P750 for health subsidy, P600 rice allowance as part of the 4Ps grants and additional P3,650 to complete the P5,000 assistance under the SAP of government.

“This is the first time the government created such intervention. We ask for the public’s patience. We hope to start the distribution of grants next week,” Dir. Espejo said, adding field workers have been closely coordinating with LGUs.

The guidelines cited that those qualified to receive the SAP are the most affected and poorest of the poor and one of the household’s family member belongs to the following: senior citizens, PWDs, pregnant women, solo parents, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous peoples, homeless citizen, farmers, fishermen, and self-employed.

The SAP also covers those belonging to the informal economy sector such as directly hired or occasional workers, subcontracted workers, homeworkers, househelpers, drivers of PUJs, UVs, PUBs, Taxi, Pedicabs, tricycles, micro-entrepreneurs, family enterprise owners, stranded workers, employees affected by “no work, no pay policy”, farmers, fisherfolks, farm workers, and Sub Minimum wage earners. (JBM / DSWD)

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