DSWD holds media forum, visits Solar-powered water system sub-project in Alubijid

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 10 recently held a forum with the members of the media to introduce its programs and services, January 15-16 at the Pearlmont Hotel. The forum also introduced updates on the promotive programs namely the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), and the Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services National Community-Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP).

DSWD Field Office 10 program focal persons introduced their respective programs to the media and entertained queries from the media present during the forum. Among the DSWD presenters were from Social Technology Unit, headed by Ms Morena B. Fernandez; Social Pension Program by Ms Daisy Ramos; Centers and Institutions by Ms Rosanel Pague; Kalipunan (formerly Convergence) by Mr Abdul Jabbar Usman; Ms Amelita Paye for Assistance to Individuals/Families in Crisis Situation (AICS); Mr Rhandy Ladoroz for SLP, Ms Kenneth Haze Sanchez for 4Ps; and Ms Teofreda Dingal for Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP.

Butch Enerio of the BusinessMirror raises some points and queries for the Social Pension program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development during the Media Forum, January 15-16, at the Pearlmont Hotel. (SAUy/DSWD)

The Kalahi-CIDSS NCDD Program

Ms Teofreda Dingal, DSWD Region 10’s Deputy Regional Program Manager for DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP said that the program has 3 key messages: DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP is a means to achieve improved access to basic services and to participate in more inclusive local planning and budgeting, the program assists poor communities to facilitate improvement of the well-being of their barangay and its residents, and that the Community-Driven Development (CDD) is a well-documented and tested approach which empowers communities to take control of the planning, implementing, and resource investments in their locality.

Community-driven development (CDD) refers to an emerging approach in community development practice where processes, principles, strategies and resources are applied to ensure community empowerment by giving the people authority and control over decisions and resources. In the Philippines, CDD is implemented through the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP.

Regional based media, together with DSWD workers pose for posterity on-site the Solar-powered potable water system community subproject during the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS area tour in Barangay Tugasnon, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, January 16. (SAUy/DSWD)

Part of the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS community-driven development approach is the empowerment of women. According to the data provided by the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS regional program management office through its Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, headed by Ms Gemima Lopez, that as of December 2017 – there are a total of 477 community subprojects spread throughout the 5 provinces of the region with a total of 26,539 paid-labor workers, 5,673 of which are women.

The most common community sub-projects in the region are farm-to-market roads and pathways which comprise 47% of the total number of sub-projects, followed by potable water systems, and health stations. Other community sub-projects include day care centers, pre & post-harvest facilities, bridges, flood-control structures, and school buildings.

 

Solar-Powered Potable Water System

The members of the media, together with the DSWD workers, visited Barangay Tugasnon, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, headed by Mr Ruel O. Barros –Punong Barangay, where a solar-powered pump-driven potable water system was constructed through the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS program grant of P1,173,972.80 and local counterpart from the Municipal Government of Alubijid, headed by Mayor Alvin Giovanni A. Labis, of P45,733.20 and community counterpart of P18,120.00 – totaling P 1,237,826.00.

According to Mr Arman Batutay, a community volunteer who heads the operation and maintenance of the water system – “kusog ang tubig nga gikan ani nga pump, di na mi maglisod sa pagkuha sa tubig (the flow of water from this pump is strong, we don’t have a hard time getting water now).”

Arman Batutay, Community Volunteer, who leads the operation and maintenance of the Solar-powered potable water system community subproject demonstrates to the media how the pump works during the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS area tour in Barangay Tugasnon, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, January 16. (SAUy/DSWD)

A total of 366 households in Barangay Tugasnon benefits from the potable water system, there are also 203 households who are beneficiaries of the 4Ps program who benefits from this community sub-project.

Brgy. Tugasnon, Alubijid Misamis Oriental is one of the beneficiaries of DSWD KALAHI – CIDSS. It has 8 purok with a total population of 2,493, Total HH 597HH and 631 families.

The pump is powered by a 2.1Kwpk 265w Solar Polycrystalline system and produces an average of 20 cubic-meters per day – and is distributed throughout the barangay’s 10 designated tap stands.

Barangay Tugasnon Punong Barangay Ruel O. Barros and Arman Batutay, Community Volunteer, demonstrates the flow of water in one of the designated tap-stands during the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS area tour in Barangay Tugasnon, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, January 16. The Solar-powered potable water system community subproject is funded through the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS program grant of P1,173,972.80 and local counterpart from the Municipal Government of Alubijid, headed by Mayor Alvin Giovanni A. Labis, of P45,733.20 and community counterpart of P18,120.00 – totaling P 1,237,826.00. (SAUy/DSWD)

CDD Adoption

The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS National and Regional Program Management Offices continue to advocate to the local government units and communities in adopting the Community-Driven Development (CDD) approach in their local development plans with the aim of empowering communities, better local governance, maximization of resources towards need-responsive programs or projects and inclusive decision-making.

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16 CENTENARIANS RECEIVE P100,000 EACH FROM DSWD-X

16 senior citizens aged 100 years old and above in Northern Mindanao recently received each of their Centenarian Gift of P100,000 from the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office X last October 16-20, 2017. An additional three Centenarians will also be paid with the same cash gift this month.

This effort was done in accordance with Republic Act 10868 also known as “Centenarians Act of 2016” which honors and grants additional benefits and privileges to Filipino centenarians.

Based on the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s Memorandum Circular No. 4 Series of 2017, a Centenarian refers to all Filipinos, who have reached one hundred years old and above, whether residing in the Philippines or abroad.

The senior citizens who received the Centenarian gift was identified based on the existing database of the government such as record of Office of Senior Citizens Affairs-issued senior citizens ID, Social Pension beneficiaries, Listahanan (National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction), Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS), and other similar sources.

To verify the identification of a beneficiary of the Centenarian Gift, the local social welfare and development offices (LSWDOs) or the Head of the Office of Senior Citizens Association with the Civil Society Organizations conducts a verification process by requiring the beneficiary to present his/her birth certificate or Philippine passport. In case the said documents are not available, any one (1) of the following primary IDs may also be accepted:

  • Senior Citizen’s Identification Card issued by the Head of the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA) indicating the year of birth;
  • Other Philippine-government identification cards such as the Land Transportation (LTO)-issued Driver’s License; social security cards like the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and Social Security System (SSS), Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) License, Philippine Postal ID, Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID, etc. which shows Filipino citizenship and year of birth as a reference point for the Centenarian’s eligibility for the cash incentive.

Centenarians may visit their local social welfare and development office for such incentive, subject to verification and assessment by their City or Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer, and the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

 

Written by Charmaine P. Tadlas, Regional Information Officer

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DSWD-X pays cash for work for Marawi evacuees in Region X

More than 20,800 families who were affected and have evacuated in Northern Mindanao during the crisis in Marawi City have received payment from the Department of Social Welfare and Development for their services rendered under the Department’s Cash for Work Program.

In its program implementation guidelines, each internally displaced person (IDP) is paid P200 per day for 10 days for giving various services like cleaning premises in evacuation centers, dredging of canals, and other services related to the maintenance of cleanliness in evacuation centers and communities. DSWD has already extended a total of P41,658,000.00 as of October 19, 2017, for the Cash for Work Program.

To date, the DSWD’s payment for the services rendered by the internally displaced families is still ongoing and are done through scheduling scheme by area.

The DSWD however emphasizes that those who are qualified under the Cash for Work Program are those that are in the clean list of internally displaced families prepared by the local government units where they are temporarily staying, the local government unit of Marawi City, and the DSWD.

“We would like to emphasize that only those in our list are qualified to work for the Cash for Work Program and are entitled to be paid by the DSWD,” Nestor B. Ramos, Regional Director of DSWD-X, says.

“We have made a thorough and careful cleansing of our list to ensure that there is no duplicity of entries, and that all eligible families who are truly affected by the crisis in Marawi City are given with their due assistance,” Ramos said.

It can be recalled that the last day of registration of the internally displaced families affected by the Marawi Siege was slated on July 5, 2017, to finalize the list of IDPs in Region X for review and validation by the local and national governments.

The DSWD is also encouraging the IDPs to wait for their schedule of payment to be announced by their barangay officials, of which the DSWD and CSWD is closely coordinating with.

The DSWD also advises those IDPs who were not able to receive their payment during the scheduled payout to report to the City or Municipal Social Welfare and Development Offices of where they are temporarily staying. The CSWDO or MSWDO shall then report their names to the DSWD for another schedule of payout.

Written by Charmaine P. Tadlas, Regional Information Officer

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Every drop counts as CDD’s impact empowers communities

The community of Barangay Alipuaton in Salay, Misamis Oriental cherishes the completion of the construction of its Potable, Pump-Driven, Water System. The project is part of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan, Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services National Community Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP) thrust to empower communities.

Genelyn Caminade, Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer and voted as Barangay SubProject Management Committee Chairperson, of Barangay Alipuaton, Salay, Misamis

According to the World Bank, Community-Driven Development (CDD) programs operate on the principles of transparency, participation, local empowerment, demand-responsiveness, greater downward accountability, and enhanced local capacity. The organization also believes that given clear and transparent rules, access to information, appropriate capacity, and financial support, poor men and women can effectively organize to identify community priorities and address local problems by working in partnership with local governments and other supportive institutions to build small-scale infrastructure and deliver basic services.

Salay Mayor Angelo Capistrano, with the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS team, tests the abundant water supply made available in Barangay Alipuaton

With a total funding of PHP 1,887,802.00 the project was turned over to the community on June 20, 2017 of which the community will handle the operation and maintenance of the potable water system.

“Sa una, gapanglaba kami didto sa suba sa pikas barangay. Karon, aduna na kami saktong panubig gikan na mismo sa among mga gripo, dali ra namo pud maligo-an ang mga bata kada buntag para preparar para eskwela (Before, we used to do our laundry in the river located at the next barangay. Now, we can get sufficient water straight from the faucet, we can easily bathe the kids early in the morning to prepare for school)” shares Genelyn Caminade, Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer and voted as Barangay SubProject Management Committee Chairperson, of Barangay Alipuaton, Salay, Misamis Oriental.

Community people with the local government, DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS staff pose for a photo despite the challenging weather during the turn-over ceremony.

A short program was conducted for the formal turn-over, with messages of thanksgiving and appreciation to everyone who helped in the realization of the project.

Ribbon cutting done by Mayor Angelo G. Capistrano Jr. with members of the Sangguniang Bayan, Barangay Alipuaton Council and DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS staff.

The water system project is set to make significant impact to the community of Barangay Alipuaton, Genelyn concludes.

Photos and Story courtesy of June Ray Lustre, DSWD Area Coordinator of Salay, Misamis Oriental

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CDD Creates a Bridge of Opportunities

The community of Barangay Magsaysay, Baliangao, Misamis Occidental saw the need to address the problem of school children walking through dikes of rice paddies to and from Lipacon Elementary School. Aside from the dike being slippery, it was very dangerous for the children especially during the rainy season, the creek overflows which made the way unsafe for children. This has always been the condition of the road.

The 87 linear meter (ln. m.) Concrete Foot Bridge community sub-project in Barangay Magsaysay, Baliangao, Misamis Occidental. The project is funded through the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP).

 

Opportunity came when the community enjoined themselves in the identification process through a participatory situational analysis to assess their current situation as a community and the problems that need to be addressed the soonest. This is through the Community-Driven Development approach which is being implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

The DSWD Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) is a community empowerment program of the Philippine Government that utilizes the community-driven development (CDD) approach to ensure that citizens have an active role in development by giving them the voice and the vote in decision-making involving their villages. In 2013, it scaled up into the national CDD program and targets the coverage of 847 of the poorest municipalities in the Philippines.

In Magsaysay, Baliangao, the community completed the construction of an 87 linear meter (ln. m.) Concrete Foot Bridge now ensures a safer route for children to go to school and not have to walk on the muddy and slippery road anymore. Residents, especially parents do not have to worry about the rainy season knowing that their children are now able to go back home safely.

The total project cost of PHP 963,910.00 the grant from DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP is PHP 771,546.00 while the barangay local government pitched in a total of PHP 51,864.00, with the municipal local government of Baliangao pitching in PHP 139,500.00 to complete the total cost.

(From right) Pastor Jovie O. Vilaluna, MIAC Member, Religious’ group, Pervelita Mae. G. Cagod, DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Sub Regional Project Coordinator, Mr. Eleno C. Atay , BSPMC –Chairperson, Hon. Ruben C. Atay , Magsaysay- Punong Barangay, Hon. Aghmar A. Yap , Sangguninag Bayan Member in the ceremonial cutting of the ribbon to formally open the 87 linear meter (ln. m.) Concrete Foot Bridge in Barangay Magsaysay, Baliangao, Misamis Occidental.

The sub-project was turned over to the community on July 6, 2017 from the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP represented by Pervelita Mae G. Cagod, Sub Regional Project Coordinator. The said ceremony was also represented by local government units.
The community also recognizes the Women’s Organization lead by Lenie F. Atay as President to oversee the operation and maintenance of the sub-project. The group’s responsibility is to prepare the annual Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Plan, also to lobby and remind the barangay council to allocate funds annually for its maintenance.

Story and Photos courtesy of Elvira Singgit, DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Area Coordinator

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DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Strengthens Women Empowerment

DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Strengthens Women Empowerment

Empowered Women of Barangay Disoy in Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental participate in the implementation of the joint community subproject of Barangay Disoy and Barangay Locus through the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan, Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services National Community Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP).

Empowered women of Barangay Disoy, Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental participates in paid labor for the joint subproject of Barangay Locus and Disoy which is concreting of 600 linear meter farm to market road. Photo by Jodezza D. Guno, Sapang Dalaga Municipal Action Team Community Empowerment Facilitator

The community proposed the Concreting 600 linear meter Farm-to-Market Road. The proposed sub-project is said to solve their problem in delivering their products from their farms to the market, to prevent accidents and to lessen their travel-time going to the market.

Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP encourages the promotion of community empowerment, to promote good local governance, it also aims to promote women empowerment and gender equality.

The implementation incurred delays due to unfavorable weather conditions, however, the community volunteers are looking for ways to fast track the construction. There are some hindrances that they encounter during this subproject implementation. They see these challenges as opportunities to learn in solving problems to become an empowered barangay as a whole. Despite the challenges, they are very thankful that Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP funded the said project.

Community-Driven Development (CDD) programs operate on the principles of transparency, participation, local empowerment, demand-responsiveness, greater downward accountability, and enhanced local capacity.

Experience has shown that when given clear and transparent rules, access to information, appropriate capacity, and financial support, poor men and women can effectively organize to identify community priorities and address local problems by working in partnership with local governments and other supportive institutions to build small-scale infrastructure and deliver basic services. (http://www.worldbank.org)

Text by Keene T Barquin, DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Area Coordinator

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Empowered Subanen Community Completes DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Pathway Project

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Empowered Subanen community completes DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS pathway project

Written by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy, DSWD
Photos and additional information courtesy of Sohanida H. Tawano, Community Empowerment Facilitator, and Gilmar Yamba, Area Coordinator

A little over a year ago, the team of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services – National Community Driven Development (Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP) took us on a journey to the top of Barangay Gala in Tudela, Misamis Occidental, it also gave us a glimpse of how its empowered community worked together to improve accessibility to the main town to bring produce to sell to the public.

The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Community Volunteers of Barangay Gala pose for posterity during the construction of the pathway subproject in Barangay Gala, Tudela, Misamis Occidental. Paterno E. Magante (front row, center), the 41 year old DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer, is the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee Chairperson of Barangay Gala, Tudela, Misamis Occidental.

“The picturesque view around Barangay Gala, Municipality of Tudela in Misamis Occidental provides serenity for the Subanen tribe who reside there. One would wonder why they live on top of a ravine, somehow, when you get there, you’ll know why” says Bong Alcantar, who was then the Sub-Regional Program Coordinator of Kalahi-CIDSS in the Lanao del Norte and Misamis Occidental areas.

The climb required traversing an open-trail; almost 80-degree-uphill-climb starting from the river bank, “we wanted to see for ourselves the beauty of Gala and how the living conditions of the Subanen tribe who are there” said Alcantar.

The Subanen community of Gala are farmers, however, the difficulty in bring produce to the market seemed to have been a big hindrance to productivity and profitability of their farming efforts.

In Gala, DSWD Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP facilitated a series of barangay assemblies and processes to open the eyes of the Subanen Tribe to the possibilities of improving their accessibility to the main town which is 24 kilomters away from their barangay.

The Subanen community decided that the community sub-project will be a pathway from the river bank stretching 2 kilometers and will cost about 2.08M, and that some parts of the pathway will be stair-type.

The Subanens of Gala are hopeful that when the pathway will be completed – more people would visit their place and “ang pathway mao gyud ni ang makahatag ug higayon para madala ilang mga produkto sa merkado (the pathway will give opportunity for them to bring their products to the market)” enthused Alcantar.

There are a little over a hundred residents in Barangay Gala and they are 100% Subanen, they embraced the DSWD Kalahi CIDSS Community-Driven Development concept after it was introduced to them by the staff.

Community-driven development (CDD) refers to an emerging approach in community development practice where processes, principles, strategies and resources are applied to ensure community empowerment by giving the people authority and control over decisions and resources. In the Philippines, CDD is implemented through the DSWD Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP.

A Farmer’s Test
Paterno E. Magante, 41, of Purok 1, Barangay Gala was selected by their community to act as the Barangay Sub-poject Management Committee Chairperson narrates the difficulties in implementing the sub-project, “lisod, ilabi na nga dili parehas ang tempo sa panahon, kay naay usahay nga ala-una pa lang sa hapon, muulan dayon, usahay kusog usahay ulan (it is difficult, especially that the weather keeps changing, there are days when it is still 1:00 PM and it rains, sometimes it really rains hard).”

Paterno E. Magante, the 41 year old DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer, is the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee Chairperson of Barangay Gala, Tudela, Misamis Occidental.

 

Community volunteers and hired workers during the construction of the pathway.

 

Completed part of the pathway in Barangay Gala, Tudela, Misamis Occidental.

“Nasabotan namo sa BSPMC Meeting nga dapat alas-sais sa buntag mag sugod ang trabaho aron mataas-taasan ang agi nila sa trabaho (we agreed in the BSPMC meeting that we need to start working at six in the morning so that we can work on it faster)”, says Paterno on how they overcame the hurdle.

One of the problems that the Subanen community of Gala has is the lack of potable water facility, luckily “tungod kay naa nama’y ahensya nga naka funding sa maong problema sa patubig og kini on-going na, panahon sa among Participatory Situational Analysis nga workshop, ang pathway ang nag top 1 kay nasuta namo nga tanan katawhan ang maka benepisyo niini (because there is an agency already funding the potable water project and is now on-going, during our Participatory Situational Analysis workshop, the pathway appears to be top 1 priority as we realized that all of the people here will benefit from it)” continues Paterno.

“Dako kini og katabang sa amoa nga mga Subanen kay kami nga taga Gala, pag uma ang panginabuhian, kay sa una kasagara sa among mga produkto manga daot inig abot na sa lungsod gumikan ka yang among dalan kay lisod kaayo agian. Busa dako kaayo mig pasalamat nga naapil mi sa na priority, lipay kaayo mi kay ang among kagaho ay nagbunga na gyud (This is a big help for us Subanens here in Gala, farming is our livelihood, usually before, our products would rot when we get to the town proper because we had difficult roads to take. That is why we are very thankful that we were included as priority, we are very happy that all our hardwork has finally bore fruit)” concludes Paterno.

The staircase part of the sub-project

“Magpasalamat gyud ko ani sa mga nagdumala aning proyekto, nahuman ra gyud. Dili na mi mag lisod mag byahe pag dala sa among mga produkto (I really thank those who made this project possible, we don’t have difficulty in transporting our products)”, says Manong Berto, a Subanen resident of Barangay Gala.

The pathway sub-project to Gala is funded through the DSWD Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP totaling P2,445,800.00 with P100,00.00 local counterpart from the Barangay Development Fund of Gala.

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PAHIBALO!

PAHIBALO!
Alang sa kasayuran sa tanan, BAWAL ang pagpamaligya sa DSWD Family Food Packs (FFPs) ug ang mga sulod niini.

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REPUBLIC ACT No. 10121

AN ACT STRENGTHENING THE PHILIPPINE DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, PROVIDING FOR THE NATIONAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK AND INSTITUTIONALIZING THE NATIONAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Section 19. Prohibited Acts. – Any person, group or corporation who commits any of the following prohibited acts shall be held liable and be subjected to the penalties as prescribed in Section 20 of this Act:

(c) Buying, for consumption or resale, from disaster relief agencies any relief goods, equipment or other and commodities which are intended for distribution to disaster affected communities;

(d) Buying, for consumption or resale, from the recipient disaster affected persons any relief goods, equipment or other aid commodities received by them;

(e) Selling of relief goods, equipment or other aid commodities which are intended for distribution to disaster victims;

full text at: http://www.lawphil.net/statutes/repacts/ra2010/ra_10121_2010.html

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