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DSWD starts payout for Social Pension beneficiaries

To augment the needs of indigent senior citizens during the enhanced community quarantine, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has already started the 1st semester payout of its Social Pension (SocPen) Program.

As of April 29, a total of 227,876 indigent senior citizens from Regions II, III, IV-B, V, VI, VII, X, XI, CAR, and CARAGA have already received their pension for the first semester amounting to P3,000 pesos each at P500 per month from January to June, equivalent to more than P674 million.

Meanwhile, other DSWD Field Offices (FOs) are now finalizing the fund transfer process with concerned local government units (LGUs) for the immediate release of the stipend of remaining beneficiaries.

To ensure the efficient payout, DSWD Field Offices (FOs) will provide the official list of social pensioners to LGUs and forge a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the distribution of the grant specifically for the duration of the enhanced community quarantine. Once the MOA is signed, DSWD, through its Field Offices (FOs), will transfer the fund to concerned LGUs for payout to beneficiaries.

Some DSWD FOs are also conducting cash payouts directly to the senior citizen-beneficiaries through their Special Disbursing Officers (SDO). However, the distribution schedules may depend due to the ongoing implementation of the enhanced community quarantine and other circumstances in the area.

SocPen is a program under Republic Act No. 9994 or the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010” which provides monthly stipend amounting to P500 to indigent senior citizens in order to augment their daily subsistence and other medical needs. It is distributed on a semestral basis at P3,000 per semester or P500 per month for six (6) months.

The law specifies that seniors qualified to receive social pension are those who are frail, sickly or with disability; without any pension from other government agencies; and without a permanent source of income or source of financial assistance/compensation to support their basic needs.

The Department assures the public that it will adhere to existing safety and health protocols in determining the best payout method to lessen the exposure of its beneficiaries and personnel to COVID-19. ###

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A sparkle of hope in these trying times

Even with his face mask on, Dominador is visibly happy as he gestures a thumbs up after receiving his emergency subsidy under the Social Amelioration Program. 

For people trying to make ends meet, the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine means that the rope got even shorter especially for “no work, no pay” workers like Dominador “Doming” Rindon from the coastal barangay of Tabucolan, Santa, Ilocos Sur.  But knowing that help will surely come to tide them over these trying times,  it is always well worth the wait.

“Thank you ta addakayon (Thanks that you finally arrived).” This was his way of greeting the group from the local government unit (LGU) and from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) that conducted the payout of the emergency subsidy under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) in his barangay. Dominador received P5,500.  

It has been a month since he received his last salary of P400 as a construction worker. His eldest, 19, had to stop schooling to work to help provide for the family. Dominador has four other children, all of whom he raises single-handedly as a solo father.

“Pagbayad ko ti nabulod ko diay dos mil, paggatangmi ti taraon diay tres mil, ken bareng adda mabati a lima gasot a pagtapalko diay atep ti balay mi (I will use the P2,000 to pay for my debt and the P3,000 for our food, and hopefully I can save P500 to fix our damaged roof),” he said when asked how the money he received will be used.  It seemed that he has budgeted his cash assistance long before he received it.  

“Nasakit dagiti ibagbaga ti dadduma nga agdepdependar kami laeng a marigrigat iti gobyerno. Saan nga agpayso deta. Nagaget kami ngem no choice kami ta stay at home konada met (It hurts when others say that poor families are dependent on the government. That is not true. We work hard, but we are left with no choice but to stay home for now),” he added.

To survive the quarantine days, he usually goes fishing so he can provide food on the table. At rare times when the net catches more, he sells some to his neighbors and earns P100. He said that he has been praying hard for the pandemic to finally end so that things would go back to normal, and he could get back to work.

“Saanko a maypeksa iti yamanko ti gobyerno iti panangtultulongda kadagiti pamilya kas kadakami ita a karigat unay ti biag (We can’t thank the government enough for helping families, like us, survive during these trying times),” he added.

Target beneficiaries of the SAP are low-income families or those on subsistence economy or workers in the informal economy, and with members belonging to the vulnerable sector, assessed to be the most affected by the ECQ given their existing life situations or circumstances. The LGUs and the DSWD are working overtime to fast track the payout and assure that the target beneficiaries benefit from the program and receive their subsidy immediately.

As soon as he received the cash aid, Dominador secured the money in his thin wallet and went straight to the nearest sari-sari store with a sparkle of hope that his family will have food on the table in the days ahead. ###

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No need for DSWD validation of beneficiaries prior to SAP distribution

In response to observations that the validation process of beneficiaries is causing the delay in the provision of the emergency subsidy under the Bayanihan Fund: Tulong Laban sa COVID-19, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has amended its existing guidelines to expedite the distribution of the cash aid.

Under the amended measure, validation of beneficiaries will be conducted after the pay out of the subsidies. Thus, local government units (LGUs) may proceed with the distribution of the cash aid within 24- hours upon receipt of the funds from the Department. The DSWD, will conduct validation within fifteen (15) days from receipt of documents from the LGUs that support the completion of the distribution of the emergency subsidies. The validation is vital to detect the duplication of assistance and to ascertain the eligibility of the beneficiaries.

Meanwhile, for the LGU constituents that are not covered by the SAP of the government but are included in the lists of their respective mayors, DSWD is requesting the local chief executives and their councils to look into their finances, savings, programmed projects for the year that can be deferred, and other possible sources of funds that are available to them, which can be used to fill in the gap of their additional beneficiaries being requested from the DSWD. The consolidated list of eligible beneficiaries may also be submitted to the DSWD for endorsement to the Department of Finance and Department of Budget and Management.

The Department appealed for understanding as it continues to find ways to respond fully well and in a timely manner to the needs of the 18 million low-income families during these critical times. ###

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More PUV drivers from NCR get emergency subsidy

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LRFRB) continue to work together to provide the emergency cash subsidy under the government’s social amelioration program to Public Utility Vehicle (PUV) drivers  to help them sustain their daily needs despite the loss of income during the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine.

As of press time, a total of 12,454 PUV drivers from the National Capital Region (NCR) have already received the cash assistance. These include drivers of Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJs), taxi, buses, motorcycle taxi, and Transport Network Vehicle Service (TNVS), among others.

PUV drivers are advised to check the list of beneficiaries uploaded on the LTFRB website to know if they are eligible for the assistance. Those included in the list may claim their cash aid at the nearest branch of Landbank of the Philippines (LBP), which processes a maximum of 500 beneficiaries a day. When claiming the assistance, drivers need to present their license and a photocopy of the same with two signatures.

Drivers not included in the initial lists of beneficiaries are advised to wait for further announcements from LTFRB. They may also contact the regulatory board through LTFRB hotline 1342.

DSWD and LTFRB remind beneficiaries claiming the assistance to follow stringent social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

DSWD, in coordination with other concerned agencies, continues to deliver the emergency cash subsidy provided for under Republic Act (RA) 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act,” which amounts to P5,000 to P8,000 to support low-income families or those in the subsistence economy or workers in the informal economy, and with members belonging to the vulnerable sector, who are deemed to be the most affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. ###

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DSWD, in partnership with LGUs, fast tracks distribution of SAP

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has already forged some 1,316 Memorandum of Agreement with cities and municipalities, excluding BARMM, and  has initially provided 945 local government units (LGUs) with funds amounting to more than P57 billion, as of April 14. 
This is part of the Department’s effort to fast track the distribution of the emergency subsidy under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) for low-income families who have been identified as most affected by the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine amid COVID-19. 
Of the amount, P12.4 billion has been allotted for the 17 LGUs in the National Capital Region (NCR). The Department expects an increase in the number of families receiving their emergency subsidies in the coming days as distribution continues. 
The Department thanked the LGUs for their role in facilitating the smooth distribution of the SAP in their respective jurisdictions.       
As of press time, 172,357 low income families nationwide have received their emergency cash assistance ranging from P5,000 to P8,000, computed based on the regional minimum wage rate, utilizing over P 929 million. 
Earlier, on April 3-5, more than 3.7 million household-beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) across the country received their emergency cash subsidies in the total amount of P16.3 billion. 
Furthermore, through the partnership of DSWD, Department of Transportation-Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (DOTr-LTFRB), and Land Bank of the Philippines,   around 40,000 families with drivers of Transport Network Vehicle Service (TNVS) and Public Utility Vehicle (PUV)  in the National Capital Region (NCR) have started to receive their subsidies totalling to more than P323 million. 
Aside from SAP, the Department continues to deliver services through its regular programs, such as the Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS). 
To date, 13,135 clients with COVID-related concerns were provided with medical/burial assistance  through AICS amounting to more than P61 million. 
Moreover, DSWD continues to provide Family Food Packs (FFPs) as augmentation assistance to LGUs to help them respond to the basic needs of their constituents. The Department has already delivered  386,800 FFPs to LGUs nationwide. 
DSWD vowed to continue to reach out to the neediest sectors of society, despite enormous challenges during these critical times, taking into consideration the health and safety of its beneficiaries and personnel. 
The Department also appealed for cooperation and understanding from the public, at the same time, encouraged   the support and unity of all sectors of society, to ensure the speedy delivery of services to our countrymen who need these the most. ###

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DSWD Field Offices roll out distribution of SAP to eligible families

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), through its various Field Offices nationwide, in partnership with the local government units (LGUs), has started distributing on April 8 the emergency subsidy under the Bayanihan Fund: Tulong Laban sa COVID-19 to eligible families in their respective areas of jurisdiction.

In the Ilocos Region, staff of DSWD-Field Office I, assisted by the Philippine National Police (PNP) and personnel from the LGU, distributed through house to house, the cash aid of P5,500 each to 238 families from four barangays in Santa, Ilocos Sur, and  to 298 beneficiaries from three villages in Santol, La Union.  A total of 999,531 families from the whole of Region I have been identified as qualified recipients for the SAP.

On the other hand, in Central Luzon, DSWD-Field Office III distributed the P6,500 cash aid to some 3,750 qualified families from Pandi, San Rafael, and Baliuag in Bulacan. A total of P24,375,000 was distributed during this initial roll out of SAP in the province.

Likewise, DSWD-Field Office IV-A distributed the cash assistance of P6,500 to more than 1,000 qualified beneficiaries from Bacoor City, Cavite. Some, 80,477 families from the city are qualified

recipients of the SAP with their total subsidy totalling to P523,100,500. The distribution in this city will be completed until April 11.

Meanwhile, DSWD-Field Office IV-B has also started distributing the P5,000 cash assistance to families in Baco, Oriental Mindoro. A total of 233,443 families in the region are entitled to the cash aid with 116,754 coming from Oriental Mindoro.

The emergency assistance per region is based on the regional minimum wage rates.

To date, DSWD-Field Offices are coordinating with local government units (LGUs) for the schedule of distribution of the emergency subsidy to their qualified constituents. 

DSWD continues to deliver the social amelioration assistance to low-income families or those on subsistence economy or workers in the informal economy, and with members belonging to the vulnerable sector, assessed to be the most affected by the declaration given their existing life situations or circumstances, while adhering to health and safety protocols. ###

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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II-(Yakap Bayan Program for Recovering Persons who Use Drugs) (SG 15)

We wish to inform you of the vacant Contract of Service position/s of the DSWD Regional Office 10 with the following minimum qualification standards:


CSC Prescribed Qualification Standards:
Education                  :           BACHELOR’S DEGREE RELEVANT TO THE

JOB

Experience                :           AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR EXPERIENCE

Training                     :           AT LEAST FOUR (4) HOURS RELEVANT

TRAINING

Eligibility                    :           RA 1080 – REGISTERED SOCIAL WORKER

Area of Assignment :           Yakap Bayan Program for Recovering Persons

who Use Drugs, Social Marketing Unit

Preferred Qualifications:

Education                  :           BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

Experience                :           AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR EXPERIENCE IN

MONITORING AND IMPLEMENTING OF YAKAP BAYAN PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Training                     :           AT LEAST FOUR (4) HOURS RELEVANT

TRAINING

Eligibility                    :           RA 1080 – REGISTERED SOCIAL WORKER

  • PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II-(Strategic Helpdesks For

Information, Education, Livelihood And Other Developmental Intervention (SHIELD) Against Child Labor) (SG 15)


CSC Prescribed Qualification Standards:
Education                  :           BACHELOR’S DEGREE RELEVANT TO THE

JOB

Experience                :           AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR EXPERIENCE

Training                     :           AT LEAST FOUR (4) HOURS RELEVANT

TRAINING

Eligibility                    :           RA 1080 – REGISTERED SOCIAL WORKER

Area of Assignment :           Strategic Helpdesks For

Information, Education, Livelihood And Other Developmental Intervention (SHIELD) Against Child Labor, Social Marketing Unit

Preferred Qualifications:

Education                  :           BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

Experience                :           AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR EXPERIENCE IN

CASE MANAGEMENT OF CHILD LABOR CASES

Training                     :           AT LEAST FOUR (4) HOURS RELEVANT

TRAINING

Eligibility                    :           RA 1080 – REGISTERED SOCIAL WORKER

Please submit your application letter with the other requirements addressed to the Regional Director through any of the following:

  1.  Email at recruitment.fo10@dswd.gov.ph (indicate in the subject the position applied for)

1. Application letter;

2. Comprehensive resume with 2×2 ID picture;

3. Copy of relevant trainings and seminars attended;

4. Copy of transcript of records/diploma;

ONLY WITH WORK EXPERIENCE:

5. Copy of performance rating in the present position for the last rating         period or its equivalent to external applicants and must have a Very          Satisfactory rating.

Note: All documents should be signed and scanned

  •  Snail Mail / Courier (hard copy)

1. Application letter;

2. Comprehensive resume with 2×2 ID picture;

3. Copy of relevant trainings and seminars attended;

4. Copy of transcript of records/diploma;

ONLY WITH WORK EXPERIENCE:

5. Copy of performance rating in the present position for the last rating         period or its equivalent to external applicants and must have a Very          Satisfactory rating.

FOR WALK-IN APPLICANTS:

  •  Encode your application letter at E-KIOSK (APIS) located outside of the HR Office, 2nd floor DSWD 10, Cagayan de Oro City. (no need to submit hard copy)

Deadline of submission is on April 13, 2020.

Note: This office highly encourages interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWDs), members of Indigenous Communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) for there shall be no discrimination in the selection of employees on accounts of gender, sexual orientation, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, or political affiliation.

Request for extension of submission and application with incomplete documents will not be entertained.

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4Ps beneficiaries: SAP emergency subsidy, a big help in accessing food and non-food items

Cagayan de Oro CityThe Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office 10 has started releasing the emergency subsidy pursuant to the enactment of Republic Act 11469 (RA 11469) or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries here today.

Mila Loayan, 50 of the Pigsag-an, a hinterland barangay of this city, said the cash assistance is a big help to her family in accessing food and non-food items to combat the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

“I would like to thank President Rodrigo Duterte for the assistance because my family can now buy sack of rice, milk, and medicines,” Loayan said in Cebuano.

She also thanked the local government unit of Cagayan de Oro City and DSWD Field Office 10 for providing them food and non-food assistance with the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine of this city.

For Genevieve Odasco, 30 of Taglimao here, the emergency subsidy from the national government would mean food for her family.

Odasco said she will buy sacks of rice and other food items to sustain her family needs during the community quarantine period.

Gena Donggo of the interior village of Kibalabag, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon said she realized that the national and local government are helping each other for the welfare of the poor.

Pantawid beneficiaries observes social distancing while receiving their cash grants

“The government did not forsake us, the poor,” she said, thanking President Duterte for the implementation of the Social Amelioration Program.

Donggo said she will buy food and non-foods items for her family’s need.

Rosalinda Gotib of Laguitas, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon said she will bring home sacks of rice, grocery items and medicines for her family.

For Neliet Pasulohan of Cabangahan, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, the cash assistance would survive her family from the effects of the imposition of the enhanced community quarantine of Malaybalay City, the capital of Bukidnon province.

Under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, the DSWD is tasked to develop the guidelines and the lead of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP). This allows the provision of emergency subsidies that will benefit around 18 million households coming from low income and daily wage earners to include 4Ps beneficiaries. 

The SAP specifically rationalizes distribution of the emergency subsidies to ensure its fair distribution to qualified beneficiaries across all implementing agencies. This means that for the 4Ps beneficiaries, this will be in two (2) tranches as top-up amount added to their regular cash grants. Because of this, they will no longer be recipients of other social amelioration programs services or packages from other agencies as identified in RA 11469.  

During the withdrawals of the subsidy, the beneficiaries observed social distancing and other COVID 19-related protocols.

Earlier, DSWD declared “force majeure” for the 4Ps program covering February and March which suspends the monitoring of compliance that serves as the basis for the computation of cash grants.  This was later on extended to cover the months of April and May.

DSWD and Land Bank of the Philippines has credited the SAP assistance to the accounts of 245,664 4Ps beneficiaries in Northern Mindanao.

DSWD Field Office 10 Regional Director Mari-Flor Dollaga advised those 4Ps beneficiaries who have yet to receive their EMV cards to coordinate with their respective City/ Municipal Links for the distribution of their grants.

Director Dollaga also reminded the beneficiaries to be vigilant and to only believe and rely on information released by the official social media and website of the 4Ps and other National Government Agencies such as the DSWD. ==

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