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Relief goods for Covid-19 affected families fit for human consumption, says DSWD 12 chief

KORONADAL CITY – Relief supplies for residents affected by the enhanced community quarantine in the Central Mindanao Region are all fit for human consumption, a senior official of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) assured Thursday.

Dir. Cezario Joel Espejo (right) speaks with volunteers helping repack relief goods as he inspects the agency’s warehouse in Tantangan, South Cotabato. (DSWD Photo)

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said the agency ensures all expiry dates of purchased goods were strictly checked before being repacked for distribution to in need constituents affected by the community quarantine imposed by the government to curve the increasing cases of Covid-19 pandemic.

Dir. Espejo’s pronouncement came days after he inspected the agency’s warehouse located in Tantangan town in South Cotabato where volunteers and employees were repacking food packs, which will be distributed to local government units (LGUs) upon request, once they run out of supplies.

At the same time, the agency, according to him, is working closely with LGUs in identifying target beneficiaries, possible distribution points, including strategies to be undertaken to ensure the smooth distribution of goods.

“We assure the public that all our relief food packs are safe for human consumption,” Dir. Espejo said.

Recently, 700 sacks of rice, nearly a thousand boxes of food packs and two tents, were delivered to different LGUs in the region, with the help of the military and police.

“We appreciate the assistance extended by the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police in the delivery of food packs to the beneficiaries,” the director stressed.

“The good thing is, we are all working and coordinating together to address the needs of most affected people with this CoViD 19 crisis,” he added.

Aside from relief assistance, the agency, according to the DSWD chief, continuously accepts clients needing medical and burial assistance through Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS), a program that serves as a social safety net or a stop-gap measure to support the recovery of individuals and families suffering from unexpected life events or crisis. (Reports from JBM, HTE, AAA / DSWD)

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4ps beneficiaries thank government after timely receiving SAP assistance

KORONADAL CITY — Residents covered by the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program or the Pantawid  Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) have expressed their gratitude to the central government as they received emergency financial assistance through Social Amelioration Program (SAP).  

4Ps beneficiaries withdraw their Social Amelioration Program Assistance from the Land Bank of the Philippines ATM Branch. (DSWD Photo)

Jurita  Bluyan, 46, a mother to six children in the town of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato Province, said Wednesday they have been bracing for the downturn of their food allowance budget since the enhance community quarantine was imposed across the region but the government’s timely provision of emergency financial assistance would help them survive the enhanced community quarantine due to Covid-19 pandemic.

A full time mother and regular 4Ps beneficiary, Ms. Bluyan said she immediately bought a sack of rice after she withdrew their assistance on Tuesday at the Lank Bank of the Philippines ATM branch nearby.

“It’s a big help to us since we only rely on selling vegetables. I spent some of the money in buying vitamins for my children,” she said. 

Another recipient, Narchie  Bongon, 28, from the village of Hanoon, also in Lake Sebu, said that the intervention from the government would help them for her family’s daily needs while under enhanced community quarantine. 

“My big thanks to our government for looking into our needs,” she said.

Bluyan and Bongon were among the 246,000 4Ps families in the region who received their SAP assistance, barely three weeks after the government approved P200 billion pesos for most affected Filipinos targeted at 18 million households nationwide. 

A mother shows her Social Amelioration Program Assistance she withdraw from the Land Bank of the Philippines ATM Branch. (DSWD Photo)

The 4Ps beneficiaries were given 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. The P5,000 SAP aid was deposited in their ATM accounts. 

Cezario Joel Espejo, regional director of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), explained that the rate of P5,000 SAP subsidy is computed based on the current Region 12 minimum wage of P326.00. 

“I completely understand that people want us to go further in terms of providing assistance. The government will ensure that SAP assistance is given to rightful and most affected families covered by the informal economy sector,” Dir., Espejo said.

Residents covered by 4Ps wait for the turn to withdraw their SAP emergency assistance at Land Bank of the Philippines ATM Branch. (DSWD Photo)

Among those qualified to receive the SAP include the most affected and poorest of the poor senior citizens, PWDs, pregnant women, solo parents, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous peoples, homeless citizen, farmers, fishermen, and self-employed.

The SAP also aims to cover 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. (Reports from JBM, HTE and AAA / DSWD) 

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4ps in Region 12 starts receiving cash aid under Social Amelioration Program

KORONADAL CITY — Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in Central Mindanao have received their emergency subsidy under the central government’s Social Amelioration Program (SAP), the head of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) said Monday. 

4ps beneficiaries withdraw their social amelioration program grants at LBP ATM machine in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat. (Photo by Beatriz Fale/DSWD)

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said the grants were already deposited by the Land Band of the Philippines to the cash cards of 4Ps partner beneficiaries on April 5 based on the latest information from Central office.  The 4Ps beneficiaries were the first batch to receive the aid out of the 953,853 targeted households across the region.

Earlier, the government approved P200 billion pesos that would primary go to the most affected Filipinos targeted at 18 million families. 

Dir. Espejo explained the rate, P5,000 per household beneficiary, is based on the current regional minimum wage of P326.00. 

“This is the time where we must help each other and show our compassion to those who are most affected of this crisis,” Dir. Espejo said. 

“Let’s refrain from entertaining fake news about the Social Amelioration Program except those information coming from us. Let’s help ourselves and the government. We can all survive in this health crisis,” he added.

Among those qualified to receive the SAP include the senior citizens, PWDs, pregnant women, solo parents, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous peoples, homeless citizen, farmers, fishermen, and self-employed.

The SAP also aims to cover those belonging to the informal 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.

The head of the family will fill out all the necessary information in the Social Amelioration Card and must submit the documents needed.

Once completed, a representative from the barangay will collect one copy of SAC to be submitted to local government units (LGUs) for consolidation and encoding in the municipality/city database before formally submitting to the DSWD Field Office. The remaining copy of SAC shall be kept by the family for reference and monitoring of authorities. (Story by JBM, AAA and HTE/ DSWD)

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DSWD-12 rolls out Social Amelioration Measures for in need residents affected by lockdown


KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has started the roll out of its social amelioration Measures on Monday. The program aims to alleviate the plight of the most affected residents in Central Mindanao by reason of the region-wide lockdown to contain the fast-spreading novel coronavirus or COVID-19.

The DSWD, led by Dir. Cezario Joel Espejo, speaks with Sarangani province officials during the orientation Tuesday, March 31, 2020 for the Social Amelioration Measures at the provincial capitol in Alabel. (DSWD Photo)

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, in a meeting with the governor of South Cotabato province, Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. and the mayors of the province, explained and discussed the Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 1 Series of 2020 guidelines on the Provision of Social Amelioration Measures to the most affected residents of the Areas under Enhanced Community Quarantine” under MC 04 Series of 2020. 

Pursuant to the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act”, the program is the executive department’s exercise of its special power “to effectively respond to the challenges of 18-million poor families. The program will allow the DSWD to provide two-month cash grants to ease the effect caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic.”

Under the JMC No. 1, Series of 2020 which were signed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development, Department of Labor and Employment, Department of Agriculture, Department of Finance, Department of Budget and Management, and the Department of Interior and Local Government, a two-month cash assistance will be given per family, including those covered by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).

Citing the guidelines for Social Amelioration Measures, Dir. Espejo also mentioned that financial grants under Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS) will be given directly to beneficiaries included in DSWD-generated lists, through food assistance and outright cash pay-outs that will be implemented by the local government units. 

In determining the beneficiaries for the Social Amelioration program, the agency will provide the LGUs with the soft copy of the SAC form to be distributed to residents belonging to the formal sectors. 

The head of the family will fill out all the necessary information in the form and must ensure to provide the documents needed.

Once completed, a barangay team member will collect one copy of SAC to be submitted to local government units for consolidation and encoding in the municipality/city database before formally submitting at the DSWD Field Office. The remaining copy of SAC shall be kept by the family for reference and monitoring of authorities.

“The SAC will also serve as a monitoring tool to avoid duplication of delivery of services and only rightful beneficiaries shall receive the assistance,” Dir. Espejo said.

Asked how the assistance will be given, Dir. Espejo said that “It might either be door-to-door or per beneficiary in specific distribution points provided by the LGUs to expedite the process.”

On the implementation of the Social Pension, DSWD will provide LGUs with its master lists of pensioners; LGUs will deliver the grants within seven (7) days upon the receipt of lists while the agency shall monitor and document the distribution.

For Social Pension, beneficiaries will receive their unpaid assistance for 2019 and first quarter of 2020 through LGUs. 

Dir. Espejo assured that the Department will provide Technical Assistance and Resource Augmentation (TARA) to LGUs in addressing the needs of their constituents. 

“Basically, we explained to our partner-LGUs the process and protocols of the Social Amelioration Program,” Dir. Espejo said, adding the monetary component may be used by residents to buy basic food, medicine, and hygiene essentials. 

Within the week, the DSWD will continue meeting other local chief executives in the Provinces of Sultan Kudarat, North Cotabato and Sarangani to discuss similar guidelines of the government’s assistance.

“It will mitigate the socio-economic impact of health crisis and the enhanced community quarantine to our partner beneficiaries, particularly the solo parents, senior citizens, persons with disability, pregnant and lactating mothers, and other vulnerable groups of people,” Dir. Espejo explained. (JBM / DSWD) 

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DSWD-12 outlines process to avail Social Amelioration Measures


KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) explained Wednesday the process to avail the central government’s Social Amelioration Measures (SAM) for residents severely affected by lockdown imposed by authorities to confront the new coronavirus.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said SAM is aimed at helping the poor, including workers in the informal sector who live below subsistence levels and those in “no work, no pay” occupations. The target beneficiaries will receive various forms of assistance from the government.

The local government units will distribute door-to-door two copies of Social Amelioration Card (SAC) forms provided by the agency to qualified beneficiaries. 

The head of the family, according to Dir. Espejo, will fill out all the necessary information in the form and must ensure to provide the documents needed.

Once completed, a barangay team representative will collect one copy of SAC to be submitted to local government units for consolidation and encoding in the municipality/city database before formally submitting at the DSWD Field Office. The remaining copy of SAC shall be kept by the family for reference and monitoring of authorities.

According to Dir. Espejo the DSWD will then review LGUs submitted documents – lists of beneficiaries, project proposal, signed memorandum of agreement, signed and notarized affidavit of undertaking, as well as the non-disclosure agreement – before making arrangement for fund transfer.

“Our LGUs will strategize how they will distribute the assistance to its constituents provided it strictly follows the social distancing protocols,” Dir. Espejo said, adding residents who have access to internet can also view video materials related to SAP information posted in DSWD official social media accounts. 

Among those qualified for the SAP include the senior citizens, PWDs, pregnant women, solo parents, overseas Filipino in distress, indigenous peoples, homeless citizen, farmers, fishermen, self-employed, informal settlers, and employees affected by the “no work, no pay policy” such as PUV drivers, house helpers, construction workers, among others. 

The beneficiaries of the government’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program 4Ps are also included in the social amelioration program. (DSWD) 

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DSWD- 12 continues AICS operations amid Covid-19 threat

A social worker assists a client inside Crisis Intervention Satellite Office in Koronadal City Friday, March 27, 2020. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY — Frontliner social workers have stepped up the delivery of basic social services to most affected individuals in Central Mindanao amid the threat of being infected by the new coronavirus.

Workers of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) through its Crisis Intervention Unit, in charge in the delivery of services under Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS), have been directed by the Central Office to respond and assist clients in need of immediate government assistance as the region was placed under expanded community quarantine to prevent the spread of outbreak.

Among the partner beneficiaries that was able to avail government support was Noel Llabar, 47, a dialysis patient since 2015, who personally expressed his outmost gratitude after his request for financial assistance was granted in less than ten minutes. 

“With business, work, and transportation shut down because of virus outbreak, it’s difficult for us to look for ways to sustain my weekly dialysis session. At least we can rely with DSWD,” Llabar said in Filipino after obtaining his guarantee letter for the hospital where he will schedule his dialysis next week.

Noel Llabar, a 47-year-old dialysis patient, is seen availing assistance at DSWD’s Crisis Intervention Office in Koronadal City, South Cotabato Friday, March 27, 2020. (Photo by JBM / DSWD)

AICS is a program that serves as a social safety net or a stop-gap measure to support the recovery of individuals and families suffering from unexpected life events or crisis. 

The agency, under AICS, provides medical, educational, burial, and transportation assistance to persons in crisis situations, specifically those belonging to the informal sector and other poor, marginalized, vulnerable, and disadvantaged individuals.

According to Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWSD-12 regional director, the agency has enough buffer funds this year for AICS in Surallah, South Cotabato; and the cities of Koronadal, General Santos, Tacurong and Kidapawan.

The director explained beneficiaries will receive financial assistance or referral/guarantee letters from the agency which beneficiaries will take to drugstores, hospital, funeral homes and other service providers accredited by the Department.

“Residents can proceed in the nearest Crisis Intervention Satellite Offices in their respective areas for assistance. If they have all the necessary documents, our assigned social workers will assess their condition before granting their request for assistance,” Dir. Espejo said.

The director also reiterated his appeal to partner beneficiaries to strictly observe social distancing protocol while inside the CIU satellite offices. (JBM / DSWD)

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In response to virus, DSWD reaches out to LGUs for augmentation support

DSWD-12 regional director Cezario Joel Espejo (center) speaks with mayors Wednesday at South Cotabato Sangguniang Panlalawigan in Koronadal City. (DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ramped up measures to help the state combat the new coronavirus, assuring local officials of the agency’s augmentation support.

Speaking at the emergency meeting with South Cotabato provincial government late Wednesday afternoon, DSWD-12 regional director Cezario Joel Espejo said the agency, amid the backdrop of outbreak, is prepared to extend all necessary support once the municipality runs out of their quick response funds. 

Dir. Espejo discussed the DSWD relief augmentation guidelines and processes before the the local chief executives. These are: 

  1. Letter of Request for augmentation;
  2.         Certificate of Non-availability of quick response fund from the concerned LGU;
  3. The DSWD regional office will confirm receiving such request and will refer to the agency’s disaster operation unit; 
  4. Once approved, the DSWD will set a schedule for the pickup of goods in coordination with the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police; 
  5. Lastly, the LGUs will set the dates for the distribution of relief assistance to its people.

At the same time, Dir. Espejo cited each local government unit requesting for relief assistance should submit their own distribution plan and list of recipients.

Municipal mayors are seen during their emergency meeting held Wednesday at South Cotabato Sangguniang Panlalawigan in Koronadal City. (DSWD Photo)

“The DSWD is mandated to provide augmentation support to the LGUs and assist in capacitating them to handle emergencies or calamities,” Dir. Espejo explained. 

Dir. Espejo also reiterated clients in need of medical and burial assistance can proceed at the Crisis Intervention Unit in Surallah, South Cotabato; and the cities of Koronadal, General Santos, Tacurong and Kidapawan for financial assistance.  (Reports by JBM, HTE and AAA / DSWD) 

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4Ps beneficiaries observe social distancing while receiving grants

Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program are seen observing social distancing as they withdraw their grants from the Land Bank of the Philippines ATM in Polomolok, South Cotabato. (DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY — Beneficiaries of the government’s cash transfer scheme have observed social distancing as they began receiving their grants to support their needs while the region have been placed on community quarantine to contain the fast spreading of the new coronavirus,  a senior government official announced Wednesday.

Among those who received was Rosario Dianga, in her 40’s, a Bla’an native and a parent leader of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in the town of Polomolok, South Cotabato who personally extend her utmost gratitude to the government for looking into their needs at the height of global health crisis.

“We don’t expect to receive the grants early. We are thankful to our government because we can now  buy vitamins, food and other needs in the house,” said Dianga, a mother to five-year-old kid. 

Dianga recalled they observed social distancing when they withdraw their grants at the Land Bank of the Philippines Automated Teller Machines, saying they were assisted by their municipal links while other grantees waited for their turn at the municipal grandstand.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said beneficiaries can use their cash cards for payments in grocery stores and other shops.

“We thank our partners from the Land Bank of the Philippines, Philippine National Police, LGUs, Philippine Army, Regional Development Council and other national government agencies, workers and parent leaders for their efforts in helping us deliver the needs of the people,” Dir. Espejo said.

“We appeal to our beneficiaries to stay at home and strictly observe social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus,” he added.

Regionwide, the agency covers  226,000 household for 4Ps, the state’s anti-poverty program. (JBM / DSWD) 

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