Archive | November, 2020

Qualified families are eligible to receive P6,000 under ESP

While poor families continue to cope with the present crisis, DSWD-10 also continues to work relentlessly to make sure that support is given to them so that they can survive and eventually overcome the difficulties today and in the coming days, until the pandemic is over.

Six support programs are now in their full-swing implementation to respond to the needs of the poor families: the Emergency Subsidy Program; Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS); Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC) Program; Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP), Livelihood Assistance Grant (LAG); and Food and Non-food Items (FNFI).

In Maigo, Lanao del Norte, 14 qualified families were able to receive their cash subsidy under the Emergency Subsidy Program (ESP). They were identified by their local government unit and validated by the DSWD Field Office 10 to receive their cash assistance following the guidelines set by the law and the Department.

Under ESP, each family is eligible to receive P6,000 for the purchase of food, medicines, and other basic needs.

The DSWD-10 seeks to improve and provide the best quality of social services to the poor Filipinos who need the government’s help more than ever.

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ESP for the 188 families in Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental

In the midst of this present crisis, it cannot be denied that heroes have also came out in and among Filipinos.

Despite the health risks, conjectures, and threats received, government workers have sacrificed themselves to serve the poor Filipino families who are suffering from the impact of COVID-19.

Saturdays and Sundays which are supposedly spent for personal rest and with families and loved ones, are now spent for serving other families who are under crisis.

In Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, DSWD-10 workforce, local workers from the local government units and law enforcement worked hard even on weekends just to deliver the cash subsidies to 188 families yesterday, November 18,2020 in compliance to Republic Act 11494 or the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act.

These frontliners are truly recognized for their unselfish acts of kindness and sacrifices.

Let us continue to support our frontliners.

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Php 6,000 for the ESP beneficiaries in Dangcagan, Bukidnon

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 10 empathizes with those who are greatly affected with the COVID-10 pandemic. These are families whose sources of income has stopped when the pandemic soared in the region. The struggles and hardships experienced by these families are also felt by the agency.

Upon the approval of the Republic Act 11494 or the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act (Bayanihan 2) and with the advice of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Central Office, DSWD-FO 10 immediately implemented the law.

Staff were deployed in different areas in the region for the payout.
In the municipality of Dangcagan, Bukidnon, there are 360 qualified family beneficiaries.

Each beneficiary receives P6,000 which is intended to buy food, medicine, and other basic needs of the family. This will help them sustain during the on-set of the pandemic.

The DSWD-FO 10 assures everyone that all its staff are one in serving untiringly, with or without the pandemic, for the benefit of all.

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558 qualified families in San Fernando bukidnon will receive P6,000 each under ESP

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so many lives all over the world. Companies and business establishments were stopped while some follow skeletal workforce schemes. Unemployment sprang while many suffered, especially the children and elders, due to the job retrenchments of their breadwinners. Affected most are the less privileged who cannot provide the basic needs of their loved ones.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 10 never ceases to help these families especially during this time of crisis.

The agency sent out its staff in San Fernando, Bukidnon to answer their pleas. There are 558 family beneficiaries who are qualified to receive P6,000 each under the Emergency Subsidy Program (ESP). Payout is scheduled for two (2) days starting today.

The DSWD-10 hopes that with this cash assistance, these families will have some glimmer of hope knowing that food is available yet again to sustain them, and that medicines can now be purchased for their loved ones who are sick.

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A total of 893 beneficiaries in Cagayan de Oro City will receive P6,000 each

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 10 sees the continuing effect of the COVID-19 pandemic especially those from the low-income and poor families in the region.

DSWD-FO 10 continues to serve these families with better services which aims to provide assistance to their basic needs under the Emergency Subsidy Program (ESP), being implemented under the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act or Bayanihan 2.

A total of 893 qualified family beneficiaries in Cagayan de Oro City will receive P6,000 each. The payout started today with expected 450 families to be served while the remaining 443 families will be served the next day.

The DSWD-FO 10 never stops reaching out to the poor. Health is at risk but its staff never turn back their commitment to serve.

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DSWD-10 distributed cash subsidy to 277 families in Tubod, LDN

Having lost jobs and their livelihood and micro-enterprises affected, many low-income families in Tubod, Lanao del Norte had been struggling to make ends meet. With the DSWD’s mandate to respond to these families’ desperate call for help, the Department distributed cash subsidy to 277 family beneficiaries under its Emergency Subsidy Program (ESP).

ESP is one of the programs of the DSWD that is being implemented under the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act or Bayanihan 2.

Qualified beneficiaries under the ESP are those who are considered low-income families but were not able to receive financial assistance under Social Amelioration Program, has not received any cash assistance from other government agencies, and those low-income families who live in areas that were declared under granular lockdown by the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force – Emergency Infectious Diseases (RIATF-EID) starting from September 13 to present.

The subsidy is intended for them to be able to purchase necessary and basic needs such as food and medicines, while they cope with the crisis brought about by COVID-19.

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DSWD-10 respond to families whose lives have been affected by the Pandemic

The future’s uncertainty on how to feed your children because of financial scarcity is one of the most horrific feelings parents could experience.

With this painful pandemic that has hurt thousands of livelihood, small businesses, and jobs across the globe, it is but inevitable for families to demand assistance from the government.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 10 has heard their plea for help.

Under its Emergency Subsidy Program, the DSWD-10 deployed its worforce, processed payrolls, conducted assessments, validation and deduplication, just to respond to the needs of families whose lives have been affected by the harsh impact of COVID-19.

In Valencia City, Bukidnon, 820 low-income families received P6,000 each to subsidize their daily subsistence.

The DSWD-10 assures that while there are health risks and limited movements involved during distribution of subsidies, it will not stop from doing its job to help the poor.

The DSWD-10 aims to make sure that families, especially their children, are able to eat and not go hungry, while they cope with the economic challenges caused by the pandemic.

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DSWD FO10 helps poor families affected by COVID-19

DSWD-10 understands the predicaments faced by poor families whose income and other economic activities were incapacitated due to the pandemic.

With this awareness, the DSWD-10 propelled its workforce to conduct Emergency Subsidy Program payout to 302 families affected by the pandemic in Kibawe, Bukidnon.

Each qualified family receives their subsidy amounting to P6,000.00 under Republic Act 11494 or the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act (Bayanihan 2).

These are families whose local government units implemented the granular lockdown starting September 13, 2020 until today in their respective barangays, purok, sitios, or streets, with the endorsement of the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force – Emerging Infectious Diseases (RIATF-EID).

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November 2020