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DSWD completes over P1 Billion Kalahi-CIDSS projects in Region 12

BEFORE AND AFTER A far cry from their rusted and tattered houses, poor families of Mabay, Maitum, Sarangani Province are now comfortably living in Kalahi-CIDSS housing, one of the completed projects in Region 12.

KORONADAL CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) spent more than P1 billion for infrastructure projects in the last five years in Central Mindanao, a senior government official reported Monday, as the government is working to extend the World Bank assisted program.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said the funds were used for the construction of  670 community projects since 2014 under Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-A Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Service (Kalahi-CIDSS), a scheme implemented by the agency that helps build capacity of communities to identify, prioritize, budget and implemented their own selected projects.

Of the total budget, Dir. Espejo revealed P969.72 million came from the World Bank’s loan proceeds channeled through DSWD and P46.70 million accumulated local counterpart contributions of residents and local officials from the region’s 17 towns covered by the program.

Citing latest data provided to him, the social welfare agency official reported nearly 350 thousand households, majority of them in isolated areas, benefited the constructions of health stations, school buildings, water systems, post-harvest facilities, farm-to-market roads, bridges, electrifications, livelihood enterprises, drainage systems and other projects proposed for funding of villagers.

“When I was still at the Central Office, I heard a lot of positive stories about the program. It shows only that our government is using peoples’ taxes wisely,” Dir. Espejo noted.

“These community projects are now being benefited by the people themselves,” he added.

Funded by the World Bank, the program utilizes the community-driven development approach, which enables the recipients in targeted poor and disaster-affected municipalities to identify their own needs, collectively implement and manage solutions to these needs. 

Before it was scaled up as country’s national strategy for poverty-reduction in 2014, Kalahi-CIDSS was chosen as one of the awardees of the United States Treasury’s second annual Development Impact Honors Awards, beating over 40 other global development programs.

In Region 12, the program is implemented in the towns of Alamada, Aleosan Bagumbayan, Banisilan, Pikit, and Carmen, in North Cotabato; Isulan, Kalamansig, Lambayong, Lebak, Lutayan, Palimbang, and Sen. Ninoy Aquino in Sultan Kudarat; and Maasim, Maitum, Glan, and Kiamba, in Sarangani. 

The program is set to end on December this year but the Department is working on additional loan from the World Bank to extend and expand the implementation starting 2021. (DSWD-12 / Hilbert T. Estacion, regional social marketing officer) 

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DSWD 12 vows to protect rights of minors in jail

KORONADAL CITY, South Cotabato — The newly-installed regional director of Department of Social Welfare and Development in Central Mindanao vowed Monday to strengthen the government’s efforts in protecting the rights of children facing criminal charges as he urged for immediate release of budget allocation next year for the construction of Bahay Pag-asa, an intervention facility where minors are facing charges sent for rehabilitation.

Speaking with workers of Regional Juvenile Justice Welfare Council late last week at EMR Center here, DSWD-12 director Cezario Joel Espejo said the construction of additional centers will provide minor offenders comfortable and safe facilities, and appropriate interventions while the cases are on trial. 

At the same time, Dir. Espejo asked the RJJWC secretariat to fast tract and monitor all the documents needed for the physical transfer of children to Bahay Pag-Asa and DSWD centers. 

Under Republic Act 9344 or the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006, “a child 15 years of age or under at the time of the commission of serious crimes like rape, murder and homicide shall be exempt from criminal liability.” Meaning, instead of serving jail time, children will go through a reformation program.

The law states the child will undergo an intervention program by government agencies. A child above 15 years but below 18 years of age shall likewise be exempt from criminal liability and be subjected to an intervention program, unless he or she has “acted with discernment.”

Social workers are tasked and mandated to determine whether or not a minor offender acted with discernment in allegedly committing the crime.  (DSWD-12) 

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Sultan Kudarat utilizes DSWD Listahanan’s database of poor households

SULTAN KUDARAT – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office XII through the National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) and the Provincial Local Government Unit of the Province of Sultan Kudarat entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to access the information of the identified poor households of the province.

From Left: Maslama B. Hassan, Elenita L. Saavedra, RSW, Remos P. Segura, Jimmy C. Andang and Eduardo M. Duque

The Provincial Planning and Development Coordinator (PPDC), Engr. Ramos B. Zaragosa said that the Listahanan database was the long-awaited database that planners wanted to be in reality. This database is very useful in the formulation of several development plans that LGUs are preparing.

According to Datu Pax S. Mangudadatu, Former Provincial Governor of Sultan Kudarat, the Listahanan database is very timely and necessary for mapping the poorest of the poor in order to ensure the extension of public services for the needy inhabitants of the province. The services in terms of livelihood assistance and other programs for the poor, we can easily identify if who and where the poor are located.

“The information of the poor households gained from DSWD Listahanan database will be used to fill-in the indicators for poverty statistic on household’s population or data on social services, to cite accurate figures in giving the statistical information regarding PWDs, senior citizens, solo parents, poor households; to be used during the project planning and policy direction on social protections; and for educational, information drive regarding poverty incidence, family data sets, and etc.” – Mangudadatu added.

Moreover, Elenita L. Saavedra, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer added that we are privileged to be given access to Listahanan. It will be our authoritative source of our statistical citations. This will also give us accurate projections on our planning and project directions. Glad to know we are the first few who have availed of this opportunity.

“The Listahanan database will be very useful on social programs and services of the province of Sultan Kudarat.” – Saavedra ended.

From Left: Norodin L. Ambolodto, Elenita L. Saavedra, RSW, Maslama B. Hassan, Edon M. Onto, Salahuddin M. AbdelGafur and Salna P. Panzo

Here are some of the datasets that the Province of Sultan Kudarat will utilize:

  1. Family income per municipality and city
  2. Number of PWDs in every municipality
  3. Number of old persons per barangay, municipality and city
  4. Number of youth in every barangay, municipality and city
  5. Number of children in early childhood education
  6. Number of solo parents
  7. Number of parentless children
  8. Ecological profile
  9. PDPFP-CCA
  10. Agricultural profile
  11. Educational profile
  12. GAD indicators

As indicated in the data sharing guidelines, all stakeholders requesting access to the list of poor households are required to designate at least one (1) Data Protection Officer who will oversee the use, security and protection of the data. Furthermore, data users have to submit reports to the DSWD on how the data were utilized including if these were shared with other data users.

The province of Sultan Kudarat designated Elenita L. Saavedra, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer, as Data Protection Officer while Assistant Regional Director for Administration Jackiya A. Lao as designated Data Protection Officer of DSWD XII.

“Aside from the fact that Listahanan provides face to the statistics, the Province of SK can use information of poor households in targeting of social assistance programs, planning, validation and research.” – Shared by Maslama B. Hassan, Regional Field Coordinator of Listahanan during the turn-over ceremony.

Maslama B. Hassan, Regional Field Coordinator of DSWD Listahanan

In addition, the generated list of poor families from the database can be shared with national government agencies and other stakeholders upon execution of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between DSWD and the data user to ensure that such data will be used only for its intended purposes.

“The DSWD Listahanan makes available the database of households AT NO COST,” Maslama ended.

DSWD XII Listahanan Data as of December 31, 2017

There were 361,924 identified poor households on SOCCSKSARGEN: South Cotabato – 78,173 HHs, North Cotabato – 138,550 or 38.28% HHs, Sarangani – 55,919 or 15.45% HHs and Sultan Kudarat – 76,724 or 21.20% HHs and Cotabato City – 12,558 or 3.47% HHs.

Of the total 76,724 or 21.20% of the identified poor HHs in the province of Sultan Kudarat, the following are the breakdown per city and municipality:

City / Municipality Identified Poor Households
PALIMBANG 12,936
LEBAK 10,755
LAMBAYONG (MARIANO MARCOS) 7,092
LUTAYAN 6,419
ESPERANZA 5,895
BAGUMBAYAN 5,742
SEN. NINOY AQUINO 5,680
ISULAN (Capital) 5,283
KALAMANSIG 5,252
COLUMBIO 4,942
CITY OF TACURONG 3,510
PRESIDENT QUIRINO 3,218
Grand Total 76,724

To request the list of poor households including their personal information, the following documents are needed along with the letter of request addressed to the Regional Director:

Local Government Units (LGUs)

  • Signed MOA (Governor/Mayor)
  • Sangguniang Panlalawigan/ Bayan Resolution
  • Executive Order designating a Provincial/City/Municipal Data Privacy Officer

National Government Agencies (NGAs)

  • Signed MOA with designated Data Protection Officer

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)

  • Signed MOA with designated Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  • Board Resolution (original copy)
  • Valid proof of identification of agency head and DPO
  • SEC Registration

Members of the Academe

  • Data sharing shall be limited to raw data and statistics
  • The letter of request from researcher/professor/research adviser and vouched by the Dean or any school authority

To date, the DSWD Listahanan has existing MOA with NEDA XII, Socoteco I, Municipality of Bagumbayan and Province of South Cotabato.

Listahanan, also known as the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR), is an information management system that identifies who, where and how many poor are nationwide.###

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DSWD, UNDP complete P13-M social infra projects in Region 12

KORONADAL CITY— The partnership of Department of Social Welfare and Development and United Nations Development Programme has completed P13. 18 million worth of infrastructure projects, helping various villagers in the region to access basic social services, an agency senior official said Tuesday.

Bonifacio V. Selma Jr., DSWD 12 assistant regional for operations said that 11 community projects have been completed including day care centers, schools, centers for children with special needs and senior citizens building.

“These are projects identified by communities as their pressing needs and funded under the bottom-up budgeting (BUB) of the government with UNDP as our partner service provider,” Selma said.

Selma added that the completed projects were under the monitoring and supervision of the agency’s Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-A Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) Program.

“On the top of these projects is the empowerment of villagers which means they were given the opportunity to actively be involved in the identification, implementation and sustainability mechanisms,” Selma added.

DSWD 12 recently turned over a day care center amounting to P800 thousand in Midsayap town, North Cotabato.

Rhea Peñaflor, assistant secretary for specialized programs and led the turnover ceremony, said that some 30 children need not to walk some five kilometers to village proper by opening of class in June with the completion of day care center in far flung village of Purok 6, Malamote.

“This partnership between DSWD and UNDP is a pilot project in Asia under the sustainable development goal to bring together national governments, the international community, civil society, the private sector and other actors of development,” Peñaflor

Peñaflor also led the turnover early childhood care and development (ECCD) kits amounting to P575 thousand that will benefit 17 day care centers in Midsayap town.

The 17 day care centers received flat screen televisions, complete sets of chairs, tables, sanitation kits, and various visual learning aids.

Meanwhile, Pamela A. Susvilla, DSWD 12 convergence focal person said that under the DSWD and UNDP partnership, there are still 14 community projects that are set to be completed in the coming months amounting to some P23 million.

“We are fast tracking the completions of the remaining projects in order to benefits intented villagers, especially in those geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas,” Susvilla said. (END)

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DSWD 12 honor teacher remarkable undertakings for students in N. Cotabato

KABACAN, NORTH COTABATO — Concerned about the plight of students in her town, Sampaguita Derecho Martin will always make a  way to squeeze in her tight schedule a time to visit students candidates for drop out, encouraging them the future that awaits should they get a degree in college.

The 55-year-old teacher Kilagasan, Kabacan town in the province of North Cotabato, has been chosen by the Department of Social Welfare and Development 12 as Regional Pantawid Focal nominee for her remarkable undertakings, including reaching out to non government organization to solicit school supplies for students in poverty-stricken areas.

Her colleagues, friends and love-ones described Ms. Martin a selfless woman for taking great effort in pursuit for the future of students in their small farming village.

The agency’s choice to nominate her for the National Partnership Summit was based on reflection of her achievements in their community. In the case of Ms. Martin, her selection was also about the values she represents. 

“She was reaching out to the learners through the Conduct home visitation to pupils, especially those who are candidate for drop-out to encourage them to continue attending school and do their best to catch-up with the lesson they have missed and reminded them as well as their parents of the importance of education,” DSWd 12 regional compliance verification officer Kyzyl Salvador said.

“We pick her as our nominee this year because she is also one of the most active member of the Parents-Teachers Association which is a school based organisation with a mission to make the school a better place for children to learn,” she added.

In the last four years, through her own initiative called Bayanihan Parent Involvement of Movement, Ms. Martin has been tapping parents of her students to help in maintaining beautification of their school areas such as Science Park, Herbal Garden, Gulayan sa Paaralan, Materials Recovery Facility, School Nursery, Peace Park, Math Park and other areas within School Premisses.

This upcoming school opening, she was actively participating in the House-to-house campaign for early registration of students in a bid to  increase the number of student enrolees. 

Being honored and nominated by the agency for the national summit, Ms. Martin said she will not stop what she has been doing on the ground that focuses on the needs of students.

“School environment like beautification, orderly placement of buildings and parents academic support for their children resulted to a well-ventilated and good ambience for the learners to learn,” Ms. Martin said. 

Moreover, she Initiated a memorandum of agreement for  Project Ahon where donors will adopt pupils, particularly those covered by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, for minimal scholarship grant that helped cover students  fees at school.

According to Naifah Sarip Balindong, regional coordinator of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, said Martin’s personal venture as education focal not only covered the education aspect but serving as their school’s nutrition coordinator.  

“She monitors the Health and nutrition of pupils through supplemental feeding program including the conduct of deworming activities,” Balindong said.

Balindong cited other interventions where Ms. Martin was involved. This include Pagbasaam, Pagsiatak, an activity  where teacher share/donate reading books to less fortunate pupils (mostly Pantawid Beneficiaries) who are eager towards reading yet don’t have story books at home and let them develop their reading skills; Sya Ka, Mangagi Ta — the school exerted efforts in encouraging and monitoring of Muslim learners within the 3 Madrasah Situated in Brgy. Kilagasan;  Hot off Knowledge In Pages – a home of powerful papers such as books that gear us up the pupils with the knowledge that they need to be able to face the world head on an books to be read to improve pupil’s reading abilities; and Project DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education – an intervention where the PNP chosen Kilagasan Elementary School recipient which main goal is to teach effective peer resistance and to strengthen refusal skills of Filipino youth so they can say “NO” to trying and using drugs. (JBM/DSWD 12)

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South Cotabato utilizes the gov’t database of poor households

SOUTH COTABATO – The Provincial Planning and Development Office (PPDO) of the Province of South Cotabato entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with DSWD field office XII through the National Household Targeting Unit to access the information of poor households of the province.

According to Jennifer C. Bretaña, Coordinator of the PPDO, the data obtained from the DSWD Listahanan Database will be used as a reference in the selection and prioritization of programs and services for our clientele and for the disadvantaged and marginalized sectors that needs our intervention based on their immediate needs.

“Before, the province and even the offices are having the difficulty of collecting information of the households in the province. Now, we are happy to have Listahanan database of DSWD as our basis for identifying potential beneficiaries for the province of South Cotabato,” said by Vice Governor Vicente R. De Jesus during the turn-over ceremony at the covered court, province of South Cotabato.

The data will also serve as reference to identify and determine beneficiaries, individuals, families and communities in the implementation of social protection programs and other programs. – Bretaña added.

The DSWD XII, on behalf of our regional director Bai Zorahayda T. Taha, was grateful to inform the employees and officials of the province about the significant aspects and importance of the Listahanan Database. Aside from the fact that Listahanan provides face to the statistics, it can be used for targeting of social assistance programs, planning, validation and research. – Said by Sohra Pandi Guilel, chief of the Policy and Plans Division

Guialel added that the list of poor families generated from the database, however, can be shared with national government agencies and other stakeholders upon execution of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between DSWD and the data user. The Listahanan’s data is protected under a memorandum of agreement, which ensures that the data will be used only for its intended purposes.

The province of South Cotabato designated Reitz Rashee D. Bautista, Statistician I as Data Protection Officer while Assistant Regional Director for Administration Jackiya A. Lao as designated DSWD XII Data Protection Officer.

DSWD XII Listahanan Data as of December 2016

There were 360,395 identified poor households on SOCCSKSARGEN: South Cotabato – 77,975 HHs, North Cotabato – 137,950 HHs, Sarangani – 55,766 HHs and Sultan Kudarat – 76,271 HHs and Cotabato City – 12,433 HHs.

Of the total 77,975 poor HHs in the province of South Cotabato, the following are the breakdown per city and municipality:

City / Municipality Identified Poor Households
BANGA 6,139 HHs
CITY OF KORONADAL 6,405 HHs
GENERAL SANTOS CITY 17,182 HHs
LAKE SEBU 8,705 HHs
NORALA 2,988 HHs
POLOMOLOK 5,200 HHs
SANTO NIÑO 3,115 HHs
SURALLAH 4,213 HHs
T BOLI 11,928 HHs
TAMPAKAN 2,901 HHs
TANTANGAN 3,452 HHs
TUPI 5,747 HHs
Grand Total 77,975 Households

“Listahanan makes available the database of families AT NO COST,” Guialel ended.

In 2015, it can be recalled the DSWD conducted the house-to-house assessment of all the households to get their socioeconomic information. This resulted in the identification of 360,395 poor households (HHs) out of the 805,379 total assessed HHs in SOCCSKSARGEN areas.

Moreover, to request the list of poor households including their personal information, the following documents are needed along with the letter of request addressed to the Regional Director:

Local Government Units (LGUs)

  • Signed MOA (Governor/Mayor)
  • Sangguniang Panlalawigan/ Bayan Resolution
  • Executive Order designating a Provincial/City/Municipal Data Privacy Officer

National Government Agencies (NGAs)

  • Signed MOA with designated Data Protection Officer

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)

  • Signed MOA with designated Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  • Board Resolution (original copy)
  • Valid proof of identification of agency head and DPO
  • SEC Registration

Members of the Academe

  • Data sharing shall be limited to raw data and statistics
  • The letter of request from researcher/professor/research adviser and vouched by the Dean or any school authority

As indicated in the data sharing guidelines, all stakeholders requesting access to the list of poor households are required to designate at least one (1) Data Protection Officer who will oversee the use, security and protection of the data. Furthermore, data users have to submit reports to the DSWD on how the data were utilized including if these were shared with other data users.

Listahanan, also known as the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR), is an information management system that identifies who, where and how many poor are nationwide.###

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DSWD XII to notify UCT-Listahanan beneficiaries in Maguindanao

MAGUINDANAO – The Department of Social Welfare and Development filed office XII through the National Household Targeting Unit (NHTU) will start the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) activities namely: notification and registration of the Listahanan identified beneficiaries in the province of Maguindanao.

Sohra Pandi-Guialel, chief of the Policy and Plans Division together with the staff of NHTU assigned in Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao last March conducted the UCT-Listahanan orientation to the Local Social Welfare Officers and hired notifiers of the province.

In addition, a total of 138 notifiers were trained to do the notification and registration process of the identified beneficiaries. They were deployed to different areas in the province of Maguindanao to notify the 81,386 poor households as UCT-Listahanan beneficiaries,” said by Aminah P. Macodi, Regional Field Coordinator of BARMM-LaMa.

Breakdown of UCT-Listahanan beneficiaries BARMM- Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao (LaMa):

  • Lanao del Sur – 96,222 households
  • Maguindanao – 81,386 households

For the UCT notification and registration of the beneficiaries for the province of Lanao del Sur, the staff of NHTU is now closely coordinating with the local partners for the alignment and finalization of the activities. – Guialel ended.

The UCT refers to the social welfare benefit under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law or the Republic Act 10963. It seeks to provide cash grants to poor households and individuals for three consecutive years in the amount of PhP 200.00 per month in 2018; and PhP 300.00 per month in 2019 and 2020. ###

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DSWD turns over P1.77 million learning center for out-of-school youth in Palimbang

PALIMBANG, Sultan Kudarat—Teacher Lynie Alameda, 36, will no longer hold classes for her 60 out-of-school youth learners in a dilapidated building where they jostle for space and complain the lack of materials and facilities for education for many years.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development in Region 12 has turned over recently a P1.77 million worth of community learning center with ameneties in Barangay Poblacion funded through the agency’s community-driven development program, Kalahi-CIDSS.

“We are happy that our government has funded our long-awaited community project. This will be of great help in response to our mandate that ‘no child or person’ will be left behind in terms of education,” Alameda said.

The newly-built learning center, with well paved and well painted classrooms now greets eager out-of-school youth learners of Palimbang, far from the dilapidated, overcrowded and makeshift learning facilities they used to for many years.

“There were programs for out-of-school youth before like livelihood and skills training but because we don’t have venue for conducting it, they were given to other barangays. This project will open more opportunities to our community, Alameda said.

Gemma Rivera, DSWD 12 assistant regional director for operations said that this project is an example that the needs of various sectors are given attention and needs are addressed through participatory, transparent and strong sense of ownership of the villagers.

“When community drives their own development through giving the power to have control over their resources and decision-making, the pressing needs are being addressed,” Rivera said.

Rivera said that the learning center in Poblacion is just one of the completed projects of the agency through Kalahi-CIDSS Program. Rivera added that the Palimbang town has benefited 65 community projects amounting to P82.2 million since 2014.

“On the top of this amount, is our goal to empower ordinary individuals to be active actors of their community development like what teacher Lynie and the community did,” Rivera added.

Kalahi-CIDSS is one of the poverty-alleviation programs of the government that is being implemented by the DSWD. It uses the community-driven development (CDD) approach, which enables communities in targeted poor and disaster-affected municipalities to identify their own needs, and collectively implement and manage solutions to these needs. (Hilbert T. Estacion)

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