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DSWD says relief supplies enough amid the latest series of earthquakes

A DSWD worker is seen at the warehouse in Tantangan, South Cotabato. (Photo by Edmund Corder / DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Region 12 said Friday it has enough emergency relief supplies amid the latest series of earthquakes that struck large parts of Mindanao in the last 24 hours.

The agency made the assurance after a strong 5.5 magnitude tremor hit the town of Sarangani in Davao Oriental around 3:13 am today. On Thursday morning, a 4.3-magnitude tectonic earthquake also struck 14 kilometers southwest of Makilala, Cotabato, a town worst  affected by last year’s earthquakes.

The quake was felt Intensity V – Kidapawan City; Tulunan, Cotabato; Intensity III – Bansalan and Hagonoy, Davao Del Sur based on the report of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, assured the public relief supplies are ready if quake-affected local government units (LGUs) will request for augmentation.

At the same time, Dir. Espejo already instructed field social workers to conduct ground assessment following the earthquakes. 

“We have enough food and non-food supplies of relief for affected residents of North Cotabato,” Dir. Espejo said. 

“We have enough food and non-food supplies of relief for affected residents of North Cotabato,” Dir. Espejo said.  

Edmund Corder, regional logistics chief, said more than 32,000 family food packs stored in the agency’s warehouse located in New Iloilo,  Tantangan, South Cotabato.  (JBM / DSWD)

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On the implementation of Emergency Shelter Assistance in the Province of Cotabato

Since last year, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has been assisting the families affected by the series of earthquakes that struck large parts of Mindanao. The Province of Cotabato was the worst-affected province by the earthquakes resulting in thousands of displaced families.

With direct instructions from Secretary Rolando Bautista, the agency immediately implemented measures on the ground to effectively ease the effects of these strong tremors that jolted the region since October 29, 2019.

Some of the interventions implemented include the provisions of relief assistance, psychosocial supports affected individuals particularly older persons, children, persons with disabilities, mothers, etc., and the Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA). The ESA is a flagship program of the agency that aims to help families return to normal life at the soonest possible time.

Under the ongoing program, qualified beneficiaries with partially-damaged houses will receive the amount P10,000, while those with totally-damaged houses will receive P30,000. Under it, the local government unit (LGU) is tasked with the identification of beneficiaries and completion of all required documents. Before the Department can extend the assistance, the LGU’s Social Welfare and Development Office of the areas hit by manmade or natural calamities provides a clean list of their beneficiaries signed by their local officials. Only after the submission of the clean and final list from the LGUs can the Department conduct the “payout” of beneficiaries.

After the payout, the DSWD’s task is complete. The department is no longer bound by the action of the beneficiaries on how to spend the amounts received. However, to further improve future program implementations, the Department still conducts routine monitoring of the project.

Recently, in the Province of Cotabato DSWD FO XII received disturbing complaints from ESA beneficiaries whose houses were partially damaged. The complaints allege that some personalities connected in the LGUs took between P3,000 to P5,000 from the beneficiaries after receiving the payouts from DSWD FO XII.

The DSWD FO XII condemns to the highest degree this dastardly act of a few corrupt individuals that prey on the victims of natural calamities. Even though these acts are no longer part of DSWD FO XII coverage it cannot turn a blind eye on issues that may tarnish its reputation. DSWD FO XII continues to monitor the situation and is keeping its eye on the resolution of this issue.

Lastly, DSWD FO XII encourages ESA Beneficiaries who may have fallen prey to this anomaly to write and submit a formal complaint to the office.  DSWD FO XII promises to assist and refer the said concern to proper authorities for appropriate legal actions.

CEZARIO JOEL ESPEJO, Regional Director, DSWD-12

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Former communist rebels supporters in North Cotabato town get government financial support

A former rebel receives his financial assistance as part of DSWD’s Cash For Work Program in Arakan, North Cotabato. (Photo by AAA/DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY —  Hundreds of former communist rebels in this town have received financial assistance from the government over the weekend as the central government continuously strengthening a campaign to end the cycle of violence in the region,  a government official reported Monday.

Around 481 rebel returnees benefited the state’s ten-day Cash for Work (CFW) of Department of Social Welfare and Development,  a program that aims to to strengthen efforts to combat possible disaster risks within their communities. 

Among the beneficiaries, Datu Naru, 49, a self-confessed rebel for 24 years who received P2,900 cash on February 22, personally thanked the government for opening a door wherein they can ear money to support their daily needs.

“I will spend the money for the construction of a small bunkhouse,” said Datu Naru, a Manolo native. 

 “I hope our government will continue to support us in terms of education for our next generation because this is what we need right now,” he added.

Datu Naru was among the former guerrillas included in the DSWD`s ongoing CFW, an intervention that supports the implementation of President Rodrigo Duterte’s  Executive  Order No. 70 he signed in December 2018 in a bid to End the Local Communist Armed Conflict.

Under EO-70, it states that the government shall prioritize and harmonize the delivery of basic services and social development packages in conflict-affected areas and -vulnerable communities, facilitate societal inclusivity and ensure active participation of all sectors of society in the pursuit of the country’s peace agenda.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, explained that during the ten-day work, former rebels carried out community service — including gardening, rehabilitation of roads, day care centers, and vegetables farming to mitigate the economic effects of climate change crisis.

Dir. Espejo said the government spent more than P1.3 million for the  

“We appreciate the efforts of our men in uniform as well the local officials of Arakan for working with us. The main purpose we are doing this is to bring our government closer to the people…..that their taxes are working,” Dir. Espejo said.  (JBM and AAA / DSWD)

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Malnourished kids gain weight under DSWD’s SFP

In this picture shows children covered by DSWD’s feeding program in Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat Province. (DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY — Children’s health condition in some areas across the region dramatically improved under the state’s feeding program, the Department of Social Welfare and Development reported Monday.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, cited the condition of 3,645 out of 6,342 severely under weight children covered by the Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP), have improved based on the latest consolidated data by the agency from the local government units (LGUs). 

Dir. Espejo said the figures were based in the report of 20 of 50 municipalities and cities with verified malnourished children covered by the feeding.

“This is a positive development. We are still waiting for the terminal reports of other partners from the LGUs,” he said. 

The SFP, implemented under DSWD, is the provision of food to children in addition to regular meals. The food supplementation in a form of hot meals were provided to children during snack times or mealtimes five days a week for 120 days.

Merilyn Guerra, SFP focal person, said they allowed the parents or guardians prepared the meals of the toddlers using indigenous food or local produce available in the communities.

Aside from the regular feeding, she noted beneficiaries were also taught proper hand washing while their parents were trained preparing healthy meals from their backyard vegetable gardens. (JBM/ DSWD)

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DSWD strengthens ties with partner agencies in Central Mindanao

DSWD-12 regional director Cezario Joel Espejo speaks with partners from the local government units of Tupi, South Cotabato and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency during a meeting in Koronadal City.  (DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has strengthened its ties with partner agencies in the delivery of basic social services to vulnerable sectors in the region. 

This was revealed by Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, who said that its one of the agency’s steps to acquire international standard certification.

Dir. Espejo made the pronouncement as he presided over on Wednesday the quarterly meeting of Unified Protection and Welfare Committee, a group of line government agencies in the frontline working to address the needs of marginalized sectors. 

These agencies include the National Economic and Development Authority; National Commission on Indigenous Peoples;  Department of Labour and Employment, Public Attorney’s Office, Philippine Health Insurance Corporation, and representative from the Non-Government Organizations.

Dir. Espejo said the DSWD gave short briefings about its programs on “Listahanan” or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) where there is an ongoing assessment of households for possible inclusion in government programs; Minors Traveling Abroad; and the implementation of Executive Order No. 70.

Under EO-70 that was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte in December 2018 it states the government shall prioritize and harmonize the delivery of basic services and social development packages in conflict-affected areas and -vulnerable communities, facilitate societal inclusivity and ensure active participation of all sectors of society in the pursuit of the country’s peace agenda.

“With the the help of other agencies, we will double our efforts to efficiently deliver social services to the people,” Dir. Espejo said. 

Dir. Espejo explained the agency effort in pushing for a strong collaboration is part of President Rodrigo Duterte’s directive for a while-nation approach in providing programs and services to the public. ( JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD FO 12 assures full support to LGU on anti-insurgency drive of the government

In this picture shows former rebel supporters attend a meeting for their cash-fo- work in Arakan, North Cotabato. (DSWD Photo)

KORONADAL CITY — A senior government official assured partners in the local government sectors  of full support in implementing grassroots peace-building drive to effectively address insurgency problem in the region.

Cezario Joel Espejo, regional director of Department of Social Welfare and Development, made the assurance on Tuesday during the orientation of agency’s guidelines on the implementation of Executive Order No. 70 at FB Hotel in Koronadal City where he stressed government line agencies are ready to provide needed interventions intended for rebel returnees.

“It’s a priority program of our government. As you know, there will be no growth in a certain city or municipality unless the 

issue of terrorism is resolved,” Dir. Espejo said. 

“Let’s continue our collaboration. The national government is ready to extend support in providing assistance for beneficiaries…. like the former rebels within your areas,” he added.

Dir. Espejo said the agency can provide livelihood trainings under Sustainable Livelihood Program, inclusion of rebel returnees in the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, or provide educational and financial assistance under the 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.

The EO-70, signed by President Rodrigo Duterte in December 2018, created the National Task Force to End the Local Communist Armed Conflict that Institutionalized a whole-of- nation approach in obtaining exclusive and sustainable peace. 

Under EO-70, it states that the government shall prioritize and harmonize the delivery of basic services and social development packages in conflict-affected areas and -vulnerable communities, facilitate societal inclusivity and ensure active participation of all sectors of society in the pursuit of the country’s peace agenda. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD’s Listahanan survey is nearly 100 percent done

In this picture shows workers hired under DSWD’s National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction encode data of households gathered from the survey for possible inclusion in government’s social protection programs. (Photo by Ykie Abdelgafur)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ongoing assessment for households in the region for possible inclusion in government social protection programs is nearly done, a senior government official said Tuesday, as the region-wide survey completion reached nearly 80 percent.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said that  based on the latest data from the “Listahanan” or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR), around  633,971 (77.8%) of the total  815,343 target households across Central Mindanao have been surveyed by  enumerators hired by the agency.

Last week, Dir. Espejo said personnel from the Central Office led by Atty. Justin Caesar Batocabe, Dir. III of NHTO, visited the region and inspected the ongoing assessment.

“The figures were verified by our field area coordinators. The next thing our staff will scan the documents and encode it into our database,” Dir. Espejo said.

Maslama Hassan, NHTS-PR regional field coordinator, said they are optimistic to wrap up the survey before February 15 this month.

Aside from Region 12, at least 556,555 households in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao are up for assessment under Listahanan, an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are.

Used by other national government agencies and social protection stakeholders as pioneer database of poor families nationwide, Listahanan, with a total 2,362 workforce currently conducting the survey, is updated every four years. (JBM / DSWD)

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DSWD ready to address NCov concerns in Central Mindanao

Dr. Edito Vego, city health office officer-in-charge, orients DSWD employees at the regional office covered court about basic information and ways to protect themselves from the coronavirus infection. (DSWD)

KORONADAL CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is ready to respond on issues related to coronavirus in Central Mindanao region, a senior government official assured Monday, as the outbreak from China continue to spread with more than 900 death toll.

Cezario Joel Espejo, DSWD-12 regional director, said the agency has enough funds to cover the financial assistance for families of anyone who might get infection of the virus that came from Wuhan, China, the epicenter o the coronavirus outbreak.

Espejo said assistance will fall under 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. 

“We are closely working with our partner agencies from the  health sector to mitigate the spread of the virus,” the director said. 

Giving proof, Dr. Edito Vego, city health office officer-in-charge, facilitated an orientation among agency employees at the regional office covered court about basic information and ways to protect themselves from the coronavirus infection.

To date, there are least 908 deaths recorded and over 40,000 reported cases worldwide. Across the country, the health department reported 284 persons – one in General Santos  City – currently under investigation for possible virus infection.

Last week, the agency directed its employees to help mitigate the spread of the virus by refraining from sharing fake news in their respective social media accounts related to the deadly disease. (HTE and AAA / DSWD)

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