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DSWD releases emergency subsidy of 4Ps beneficiaries

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will start the release of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) Bayanihan Fund: Tulong Laban sa COVID-19 for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries today, April 3.

The regions that will be covered for today’s schedule of release are: Regions I, II, III, CALABARZON, National Capital Region (NCR), Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), and the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

The other remaining regions will receive their subsidies on April 4 and 5.

4Ps household beneficiaries will receive P3,650 to P6,650 per month for two months, depending on the prescribed emergency subsidy per region determined from the particular region’s minimum wage levels. The emergency cash subsidy will serve as a top-up amount added to their regular cash grants and rice allowance.     

Program beneficiaries with Europay, Mastercard, and Visa (EMV) cash cards may withdraw from any Land Bank of the Philippines Automated Teller Machines (LBP-ATMs) or any ATM subject to minimal charges.  They may also use their cash cards to purchase necessary items in establishments with Point of Sale (POS) terminal.

Meanwhile, for 4Ps beneficiaries who have yet to receive their cash cards, the City/ Municipal links will coordinate with them for the distribution of their grants.

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.

The Department has already coordinated with local government units (LGUs) and City/Municipal Links to ensure that proper arrangements will be made and that social distancing and other health safety protocols will be strictly observed during the withdrawal of emergency cash assistance.

Under Republic Act (RA) No. 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One” Act, 18 million low-income households, including 4Ps household beneficiaries, are expected to receive emergency cash assistance to cushion the impact of the public health emergency due to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

The DSWD reminded all its beneficiaries to be vigilant and to only believe and rely on information released by the official social media accounts  and website of the Department. ###

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4Ps Beneficiaries to receive additional Emergency Subsidy from the Social Amelioration Program

Quezon City- The beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) will receive emergency subsidy pursuant to the enactment of Republic Act 11469 (RA 11469) or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act.

Under the law, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is tasked to develop the guidelines and the lead of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP). The additional subsidies hope to help the most vulnerable sectors meet their basic needs most especially in accessing food and non-food items to combat the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).   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.  

The scheduled release for the first tranche of the Emergency Subsidy for 4Ps beneficiaries will be on April 3, 2020 and will be completed on April 5, 2020. For today’s schedule of release, the regions to be covered are NCR, CAR, I, II, III, IVA & BARM. Other remaining regions will receive their subsidies on April 4-5, 2020. The City/Municipal Links of said regions will inform the beneficiaries if they subsidy has already been credited to their accounts.

Prior to the withdrawals of said subsidy, the beneficiaries are reminded to coordinate with the City/Municipal Links so that arrangements will be made with Local Government Units to ensure that social distancing and other COVID 19-related protocols are strictly observed.

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.

In addition to the cash grants for the months of April and May to cover health (P750) and rice (P600) subsidies, each household will also receive the emergency subsidy from P3,650 to P6,650 per month for two months. The amount that each household will receive is based on the prescribed emergency subsidy per region determined from the region’s minimum wage levels as these are close approximations to the amount needed to buy basic food, medicine, and hygiene essentials.

Once the subsidies are credited to the accounts of the 4Ps beneficiaries, they may withdraw it through their Euro Master Visa (EMV) cards or may use them at the grocery stores, supermarkets and drugstores with Point of Sale (POS) terminal.

For those 4Ps beneficiaries who have yet to receive their EMV cards, City/ Municipal links will coordinate with them for the distribution of their grants.

The National Project Management Office (NPMO) of the 4Ps have reminded its program 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 Department of Social Welfare and Development. ==

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(1) PERMANENT SOCIAL WELFARE ASSISTANT OSEC-DSWDB-SOCWAS-366-2004 / SG 8

Civil Service Prescribed Qualifications:

Education : COMPLETION OF 2 YEAR’S IN COLLEGE OR HIGH
SCHOOL GRADUATE WITH VOCATIONAL/TRADE
COURSE
Experience : 1 YEAR OF RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Training : 4 HOURS OF RELEVANT TRAINING
Eligibility : CAREER SERVICE (SUB -PROFESSIONAL) / 1ST LEVEL
ELIGIBILITY
Area of Assignment : CENTERS & RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES

Preferred Qualification (Competency-Based)
Education : College Graduate
Experience : 1 year experience in assisting social work cases, records
management, data management, and/or office productivity tools

Training : 4 hours of training in assisting social work cases, records
management, data management, and/or office productivity tools

Additional Competencies:
1. With good written and oral communication skills;
2. Proficient with Office productivity and records management;
3. Able to work harmoniously, competently and effectively even under pressure; and,
4. Willing to be deployed in disaster areas.
Functions and Responsibilities:
1. Assists the Social Worker in the interview of clienteles, psychosocial interventions such as counseling, family therapy, critical incidence, stress debriefing and family conferences;

2. Refers clients to concerned LGUs, NGOs, and POs for further intervention and assistance; assists social worker in her work load and management of cases;
3. Provides support in conduct of capacity building, meetings, workshops, field monitoring and the likes;
4. Encodes in the database tracking system all incoming and outgoing communications/documents of the section to be used as reference in the following up/monitoring the status/action taken;
5. Files and stores copies and memorandum, guidelines and other reference documents of the Center to safe keep pertinent documents and ensure that these can be easily retrieved when needed;
6. Maintains and updates database of office records to ensure that there is an inventory of available sources/documents can be used as references for staff;
7. Performs other tasks assigned by the Center Head.

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

C. 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.

MARI-FLOR A. DOLLAGA-LIBANG
Regional Director

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