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Usec. Templa @DSWD Mindanao gab

DSWD Undersecretary for Institutional Development Group Mae Fe A. Templa discusses with Director Mercedita P. Jabagat of DSWD Region XI the regional structure and staff complement as well as the region’s active engagement with the local social workers’ organization and civil society groups during the recent DSWD Mindanao Island Cluster Consultation in Davao City. The consultation initiated by the National DSWD transition team will also be conducted in Luzon and Visayas island-clusters with DSWD regional directors and assistant regional directors participating. (DSWD)

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Speech of Sec. Taguiwalo at PASWI-Davao General Assembly

PHILIPPINE ASSSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, INC.  (PASWI) DAVAO CHAPTER

Theme: “Social Welfare and Social Development Challenges and Directions under the New Leadership”

Ateneo de Davao University

22 July 2016

To the Board of Directors and Officers of PASWI Davao Chapter, fellow social workers, friends, ladies and gentlemen, isang mainit na pagbati para sa inyong lahat.

I am deeply honored to be invited in this significant endeavor and to be able to promote my unrelenting advocacies towards upholding the worth and dignity of our people, most especially the exploited and oppressed sectors of our society. Ito ay itinuturing ko’ng isang napakalaking pagkakataon para makaharap at makapanayam ko kayo dito sa Davao. I am hoping that as mandated of us social workers, that we are providing better programs and services and are efficiently delivering the services to the poorest sectors. Ang lahat nang ito ay nakasalalay sa ating tunay na malasakit para sa mga rank and file workers kabilang na dito ang pagtugon sa kanilang mga batayang pangagailangan at karapatan.

We are social development workers and as such there is a need for a continuing awareness and capacity building especially with the young generation of social workers.

Mindanao is very close to my heart. The Mindanaoans are hardworking, resilient at higit sa lahat kayo ay may mahabang karanasan sa pakikibaka  para sa tunay na pagbabago, kalayaan at kasarinlan. The bountiful natural resources, scenic views and tourist attractions are potential indicators that we can make Mindanao develop at its fullest. However, the root causes of poverty still prevail and constantly pull us deeper.

According to PSA (Philippine Statistical Authority) the top 11 of 20 poorest provinces in the country are in Mindanao (Lanao del Sur leading the way with a 74.3 percent poverty incidence. Other provinces in Mindanao included in the list are Sulu, Sarangani, Maguindanao, Bukidnon, Sultan Kudarat, Zamboanga del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Lanao del Norte, North Cotabato and Zamboanga Sibugay). Despite the various poverty alleviation initiatives implemented by the past administrations, poverty still prevails vastly.

Being the new Secretary of DSWD, it is our humble declaration that we are still in the transition phase and there is still much to be done.  Aaralin ko ito na kasama kayo. Further, I consider this meeting a privilege and an opportunity to share the thrusts and priorities of DSWD under the new administration. Pangungunahan natin ito sa usaping Programa at Serbisyo na nakatuon sa mga sumusunod:

Pag-alam sa paghahanda para sa nalalapit na La Niña at paano mabigyan ng pokus ang maagap at sapat na pagresponde sa mga naapektuhan;

Pag rebyu ng programang CCT at Kalahi CIDSS, ang dalawang mayor na “poverty reduction programs” ng DSWD;

Pag-alam sa tulong na naibigay ng DSWD sa mga magsasaka at mga komunidad na sinalanta ng tagtuyot nitong nakaraang dalawang buwan;

Pag-alam sa istatus ng mga tulong sa mga biktima ng  Yolanda at Pablo;

Pag-alam sa kalagayan ng mga Lumad lalo na yaong mga napilitang magsilikas at ang mga naitulong sa mga bakwit sa mga eskwelahan at simbahang nagsilbing evacuation centers;

Pag-alam sa kalagayan ng mga center/facilities ng DSWD para mga particular na sektor tulad ng mga may kapansanan, mga bata, mga matatanda, mga kababaihang biktima ng pag-aabuso;

Pag-alam sa kalagayan ng Crisis Intervention Units (CIU), ang serbisyong deriktang nagbibigay ng tulong pinansyal para sa bayad sa ospital, pagpapalibing, pag-uwi sa probinsya;

Aralin ang Sistema ng accreditation ng mga NGOs para mapadulas ito habang tinitiyak na hindi makakapasok ang mga pekeng NGOs tulad sa nangyari sa Napoles scam;

Pangalawang bahagi ay ang usaping Pinansya at Budget:

Magkaroon ng baseline data sa maiiwang financial accounts kabilang na ang mga bank balances as of June 30, 2016;

Magkaroon ng masusing pagrebyu batay sa mga resulta ng audit ng COA para sa gamit pinansyal ng DSWD sa nakaraang anim na taon;

Aralin at ipinal ang 2017 DSWD Budget Proposal batay sa direksyon at prayoridad na inilatag ng Pangulong Duterte at pakikipagkonsultahan sa DBM Secretary;

Ikatlong bahagi ay sa usaping Personnel at Staffing;

Sa kagyat, ang mga mababakanteng posisyon na co-terminus sa Kalihim ay mapunan;

Alamin ang kabuuang bilang ng mga empleyado ng DSWD ayon sa plantilla, mga casual at mga MOA at job order. Punuin ang mga bakanteng plantilla posisyon.

Magdaos ng mga konsultasyon sa mga Field Offices para malaman ang kanilang kalagayan;

Alamin ang kalagayan ng mga attached agencies at ang kailangang pag-aayos sa mga ito;

Harapin ang unyon ng DSWD at ipinal ang Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) na naumpisahan na sa nakaraang administrasyon;

At ang pang-huli ay ang Pa-aayos ng linkages sa mga Donor Agencies at Civil Society Organizations:

Alamin at pagtibayin ang mga ugnayan sa mga donor agencies na multi-lateral, bilateral at pribado na tumutulong sa DSWD;

Pag-aralan ang kasalukuyang roster ng mga partner POs at NGOs;

Gayunpaman, nais rin nating harapin ang patuloy na pagpapatibay ng Local Social Welfare and Development Offices/Units (LSWDO), dahil huwag nating kalilimutan na tayo ang pangunahing ahensya at organisasyon na magbibigay ng tamang direksyon at programa batay sa tunay na pangangailangan ng taumbayan.

Ating isabuhay at paigtingin pang lalo ang ugnayan sa pagitan ng National, Local na SWDOs, na syang pangunahing kaagapay sa  pagsasakatuparan ng mga programa para sa mamamayan. It is also our thrust to ensure that social workers are provided with appropriate and timely capacity building programs particularly in the context of case management and people empowerment. We need to ensure that our social workers are equipped with new and relevant social work technologies and explore more advance innovations in the field of social work so that we could further serve our program partners efficiently and effectively.

Furthermore, the DSWD conveys its full and unyielding support to the strengthening of PASWI as the recognized professional organization of social workers. In fact, come October 2016, there will be a National PASWI Conference to be held in Subic, Olangapo City. As our gesture of support, we will encourage the social workers to join the conference on official time, while we will provide complementary allocation for workers who will showcase and present results of their research studies that aim to enhance the program policies, programs and services. Sa pangkabuuan ating pagtibayin ang kolaborasyon at pagtutulungan ng DSWD, LSWDOs at mga pribadong sektor upang mas mapabilis ang pagtugon sa hamon ng panahon.

Call to action for PASWI:

Collaboration and unity in serving the 280,325 assessed poor households based on the recent Listahanan Result

Push for the regularization of MOA and contractual workers;

Assert meaningful and substantial benefits for rank and file workers;

Ensure gender responsive programs and policies for all;

Increase advocacy of encouraging young generations to take social work course;

As one organization, let us unite in bringing about genuine change and preferential option for the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged. Let us contribute to the overall efforts towards sustainable and pro-people development.

Therefore, I would like to encourage everyone to gear up, and be ready for a wave of change as we hurdle the challenges ahead of us and celebrate our future victories.

Ikaw, ako, tayo, sabay-sabay po nating ipagpatuloy ang tunay na malasakit sa mahihirap. Gawin nating  maagap at mapagkalinga ang serbisyo para sa mamamayan.

I would like to quote Nelson Mandela, “Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.”

Daghan salamat ug madasigon nga adlaw sa inyong tanan!

 

JUDY M. TAGUIWALO

Secretary, DSWD

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Sec. Taguiwalo @PASWI-Davao assembly

DSWD Secretary Judy M. Taguiwalo receives a Certificate of Appreciation from Philippine Association of Social Workers, Inc. – Davao Chapter (PASWI-Davao) President Liwayway A. Caligdong after the former delivered her keynote speech at the PASWI-Davao Annual General Assembly at Ateneo De Davao Community Center on Friday. Secretary Taguiwalo was in Davao for the DSWD Mindanao Island Cluster Consultation. She also met with members and officers of DSWD XI Social Welfare Employees’ Association of the Philippines and with members of Davao Media. She capped the day with a visit to Davao School for the Visually Impaired. (DSWD)

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DSWD launches Listahanan 2

DAVAO City (DSWD XI) – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will officially present the 2015 Listahanan survey results on July 19, Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. at Grand Regal Hotel.

Expected to attend are DSWD partners and Listahanan potential database users from National Government Agencies, Provincial Local Government Units, Municipal and City Local Government Units, Civil Society Organizations, Media and the Academe.

“We will launch and present the results of Listahanan-identified poor households in Region XI from the 836,567 total households assessed,” Regional Director Mercedita P. Jabagat said.

Main speakers in the said activity are World Bank Senior Economist Pablo A. Acosta and DSWD Undersecretary Florita R. Villar.

Throughout the country, DSWD enumerated in 2015 all households in rural-classified barangays and pockets of poverty in urban-classified barangays.

Consistent with the definition of poor in Republic Act 8425, DSWD Listahanan classifies households with approximated income falling below the official provincial poverty thresholds reported by PSA (Philippine Statistical Authority) as poor.

The households were assessed based on family composition, educational attainment, occupation, features of housing structure, ownership of assets, tenure status of housing, and access to basic services or facilities like water, electricity, sanitary toilet, among others, Director Jabagat said.

Listahanan is a centralized database of targeted poor families, serving as basis in identifying beneficiaries of social protection programs and services thus minimizing wastage of resources to unintended recipients.

The Listahanan, formerly called the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) is an administrative tool that identifies who and where poor households are located. (DSWD)

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Hopes for education, safer lives for Davao Matigsalogs

MARILOG, Davao City (DSWD XI) – Helen Ongado, 23, had a very troubled life. Albeit her poverty, the tragedies in her family, her miscarriage, among others, she still found hope in one of the country’s flagship development programs.

“I was very happy I was selected to be one of the lucky community members who got this valuable opportunity. I was overjoyed because I saw my dream of being a student again coming true,” shared Helen.

Her wish came true when the Kalahi-CIDSS (Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan -Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services) conducted Participatory Situation Analysis (PSA) in her village in Sitio Pegalongan, Barangay Malamba.

PSA falls under the social preparation phase of Kalahi-CIDSS that helps people identify top sub-projects that fit their immediate needs.

Kalahi-CIDSS, one of the core programs of DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) aims to empower communities through enhanced participation in local governance and poverty alleviation projects.

Community struggles

The community has a total population of 450, all from the Matigsalog tribe.

Getting to Sitio Pegalongan from Datu Salumay Proper (Davao-Bukidnon highway) would require some four to five hours of trekking through five mountains and crossing two treacherous rivers -Simud and Davao River.

Pag muabot na ang tubig sa tuhod, makulbaan na mi. Kabalo na mi na paspas ra kaayo para muabot ni sa dughan. Unya mahunahunaan namo among mga ani na gibiyahe, mga tao na pwede maaskidente ug uban pa (When water level reaches knee-deep, we become anxious because we know  it would only take minutes to get to chest level. We then start thinking of the danger we face as we travel, the possible accidents that could occur and other untoward incidents),” Helen recalled.

Up to this day, the poverty-stricken community has no electricity, cellphone or TV signal.

“Lisud palambuon ang livelihood diri. Hangtod karon wala’y konkretong dalan, pasilidad ug kuryente. Padayon gihapon kini nga hagit sa mga lumulupyo diri” (It’s hard to sustain economic activities here. Until now, there is no concrete road, community facilities and electricity. All these remain a challenge to the community),” admitted Randy O. Halasan, school principal here of nine years.

Helen is third of seven siblings.  Her parents, Simeon and Anita, struggled to make ends meet for the family. The family earns a measly income of P 2,000 in three months through farming.

Amidst all the difficulties, Helen still topped her class and graduated valedictorian in elementary.

“Gipaskwela ko ni Sir Randy, amoang principal, og high school sa Davao kay dako iyang paglaom na akong matabangan akong pamilya kung makahuman ko sa pag eskwela (Sir Randy, our principal, sponsored my education in high school in Davao because he had high hopes that I could help my family if I finish schooling),” Helen said.

Unfortunately, two of Helen’s brothers died. She became pregnant but lost her baby to miscarriage. Her dreams of education crashed then took a back seat.

Her life changed overnight –from a promising student to a married woman and mother with burgeoning responsibilities

In 2015, her first child died in her womb. “Nag overdue akong anak sa akong tiyan. Walay naka monitor sa akong tiyan tungod sa kalayo sa among lugar (My child was overdue in my womb. Nobody was able to monitor the progress of my pregnancy due to the remoteness of our place).”

Until today, having a baby remains a great risk to the lives of the women in Sitio Pegalongan because there is no health facility in the area.

After her child died in her womb, Helen realized their poverty-stricken community is really in dire need of development.

Dreams restored

Helen, an aspiring community volunteer, has undergone plenty of hardships and tragedies before getting back on her feet and start dreaming again.

She was so enthusiastic about the conduct of PSA in their community. In a crowded classroom full of community volunteers, Helen was one volunteer who stood out.

Through PSA, villagers learn and affirm what is currently prevailing and what their top needs are.

“Data generated by PSA become bases for identifying community development problems and priorities and in planning for appropriate interventions,” said Kalahi-CIDSS Community Development Officer Glenn Paul Ylan.

Helen knew the value of basic facilities that they need in the village as she herself experienced the difficulties.

Soon, community members underscored their pressing needs -farm to market road, hanging cable foot bridge, level II potable water system, and health center.

All the way, Helen was rooting for basic health facilities that could readily provide immediate and safe medical interventions to her fellow Matigsalogs.

Following the PSA, DSWD workers conducted the Pantawid Pamilya’s Family Development Session (FDS) and Youth Development Session (YDS), as well as an orientation on protective services that cover legal adoption, social pension, supplementary feeding, foster family care and anti-human trafficking.

“I am now more than eager to learn again and participate in all community activities in our area,” declared Helen. “With the outpouring and continuous support from DSWD, I will make every effort to help our community.” (DSWD)

 

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Women group leads 2-M drainage project in DavNor village

Women at work.

KAPALONG, Davao del Norte (DSWD XI) – Beaming with confidence, 40 year-old Michelle Lagarto, along with her fellow women community volunteers, proudly shared how their lives changed through Kalahi-CIDSS.

Lagarto and her fellow women volunteers in Barangay Katipunan here successfully led the construction of a P 2,119,839.00-worth 1,300 Linear Meter Drainage Canal through Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP modality.

Kalahi-CIDSS or Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services is one of the core programs of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) that aims to empower communities through enhanced participation in local governance and management of poverty alleviation projects.

The program also promotes inclusion of women in paid physical labor, planning, and decision making for social development issues at the community level.

Challenged

Initially, the Kalahi-CIDSS program was a challenge to the women in Katipunan.

“In the beginning, many women were hesitant to join since it is the first time that they would balance their tasks between the community and the home,” admitted Lagarto, a Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer for four years now.

“For the longest time, most women have stayed in the four corners of their home taking care of their children and husband, resolutely doing never-ending domestic chores,” said DSWD XI Regional Director Mercedita P. Jabagat.

Director Jabagat said, “Through Kalahi-CIDSS, we get to help these women gain more skills beyond what they can perform in their homes. In the end, they feel fulfilled that somehow they are also capable and substantially contributing.”

The program also provides opportunities for a leadership position to most women. This way, they get to hone their strengths, and improve their self-esteem, Director Jabagat added.

“Joining Kalahi-CIDSS has given us this confidence that we can learn about new things and make our lives better,” Lagarto said, adding that even though they are not paid, they get a lot of experience and learn so much from the experience.

“Nag-pile mi sa mga hollow blocks, nagbayanihan mi sa paghakot sa mga materyales sa site. Ang sub-proyekto, among gisabutan sa mga volunteers diri nga dapat mahuman gyud namo kini sa takdang oras (We piled hollow blocks, we hauled construction materials to the site. We agreed among volunteers here that we should complete the sub-project on time).”

Through the volunteer system, four community clusters (puroks) have been able to benefit from the sub-project. These puroks used to be prone to flooding. Hopefully, never again would water overflow and flood homes when it rains hard in Katipunan.

Women count

Based on DSWD records, 55% of Kalahi-CIDSS community volunteers in Region XI are women -8,645 volunteers and laborers in the construction of community sub-projects.

With this opportunity at their fingertips, women become more involved in Barangay Katipunan’s development.

“I am thankful to Kalahi-CIDSS for its support in creating this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me and for other female community volunteers,” said Lagarto.

Women in Barangay Katipunan have overcome the barriers and happily emerged as empowered game changers. (DSWD)

 

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Davao social workers hold General Assembly

DAVAO CITY (DSWD XI) – Professional social workers from all over the region who are members of the Philippine Association of Social Workers, Inc. – Davao City Chapter (PASWI) will gather on July 22, Friday at 1:00 p.m. for their Annual General Assembly.

Venue will be at the Green and Fuchsia rooms, SP Building, San Pedro St.

“We urge all members from local government units, non-government organizations, national government, medical sector, academe, industry and other sectors to attend and be updated, and contribute in advancing the emerging developments in the social work milieu,” Liwayway A. Caligdong, PASWI Davao President and Assistant Department Head of City Social Services and Development Services stressed.

Caligdong said one of the topics up for discussion is Republic Act 10847 of 2016 or An Act Lowering the Age Requirement for Applicants Taking the Board Examination for Social Workers, Providing for Continuing Social Work Education, and Upgrading the Sundry Provisions Relative to the Practice of Social Work.

PASWI is the only accredited professional organization of social workers in the whole Philippines.

The organization is focused in promoting the cause of the poor, disadvantaged and marginalized sectors of society and enhancing the knowledge and skills of the social work professionals.

Other continuing activities initiated by PASWI-Davao include skills enhancement seminars for its more than 100 members, annual celebration of the World Social Work Day, and annual hosting of the Oath Taking Ceremony for Passers of Social Work Licensure Examination.

For details of the assembly, members my contact Norman B. Baloro, PASWI-Davao Secretary at mobile number 0999-991-6903. (DSWD)

 

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Disability forum set July 20

DAVAO CITY (DSWD XI) –The Regional Council on Disability Affairs (RCDA) composed of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Davao City Government, Department of Health (DOH), Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), Commission on Human Rights (CHR), among others, will host a Disability Forum in support to the annual observance of the 38th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week (NDPRW).

Seeking to further promote and protect the rights of persons with disability (PWD), the forum is slated on July 20, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the DOLE Activity Hall, Agdao.

According to Rebecca A. Santamaria, Assistant Regional Director for Operations of DSWD, lined up for discussion include the Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disability, Republic Act 10754 of 2016 or An Act Expanding The Benefits And Privileges of Persons With Disability, Republic Act 10524 of 2013 or An Act Expanding the Positions Reserved for Persons with Disability, and Economic Independence Program.

We are expecting some 100 PWD Leaders from all over the region to participate, Santamaria said.

NDPR Week for this year is from July 17 to 23 with the theme Karapatan ng Maykapansanan, Isakatuparan … Now Na! The theme focuses on the realization of the fundamental freedom and rights of persons with disabilities as provided for in existing international mandates and national laws. (DSWD)

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