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DSWD-10 Disaster Response Update as of July 13

DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update as of 12 PM July 13, 2017

Date of incident: May 23, 2017
Type of incident: Armed conflict
Location: Marawi City

as of JULY 13, 2017, 12PM

The total number of IDPs served in the region remains at 45,958 families or 198,062 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,830 families or 13,267 persons. The number of home-based families total to 43,128 or 184,795 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 17; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served decreases to 39,580 or 174,940 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,826 or 13,251 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 36,754 or 161,689.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 20,980 or 88,758 persons. There are 793 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,786 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 20,187 or 84,972 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 5,555 or 19,828 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 5,551 or 19,812 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 662 families or 2,533 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando, Baungon, Maramag and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 161 families or 761 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in barangays of Ozamiz City and Oroquieta City.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P117,648,475.00 of which P113,025,014.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P88,476,998.00 for Family Food Packs and P24,548,016.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P1,997,668.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P2,640,794.00 as recorded.

To date, a total of P115,479.00 is already released to 65 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

Camp managers are validating evacuees living inside the Maria Cristina Evacuation Center, aside from strengthening the coordination among IDP volunteer cluster leaders to identify home-based evacuees during relief distribution.

Volunteer Cluster leaders and camp managers of Buru-un Gymnasium Evacuation Center decided take some space of the prayer room to accommodate the children-friendly space inside the gymnasium for the psycho-social support activities for children.

DSWD Field Offices 9, 10, and Caraga sent camp managers to replace the camp managers of DSWD ARMM who were reportedly withdrawn from their posts in the evacuation centers of Iligan City, Balo-i, and Pantar.

Based on Joint Statement issued by DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration for all IDPs. The food and financial assistance of P5,000 will be given to the IDPs upon their return to their communities in Marawi City.

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DSWD-10 Disaster Response Update (as of July 12)

Marawi Clash Incident Briefer (As of 12 PM July 12, 2017)

Date of incident: May 23, 2017 
Type of incident: Armed conflict 
Location: Marawi City

DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update as of July 12, 12PM

The total number of IDPs served in the region decreases to 45,958 families or 198,062 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,830 families or 13,267 persons. The number of home-based families total to 43,128 or 184,795 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 17; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served decreases to 39,580 or 174,940 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,826 or 13,251 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 36,754 or 161,689.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 20,980 or 88,758 persons. There are 793 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,786 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 20,187 or 84,972 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 5,555 or 19,828 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 5,551 or 19,812 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 662 families or 2,533 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando, Baungon, Maramag and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 161 families or 761 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in barangays of Ozamiz City and Oroquieta City.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P97,895,323.00 of which P93,271,862.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P69,530,696.00 for Family Food Packs and P23,741,166.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P1,997,668.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P2,640,794.00 as recorded.

To date, a total of P115,479.00 is already released to 65 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

Vice Mayor Alicqzaman C. Mangata of Taraka town, Lanao del Sur, along with his town’s Municipal Risk Reduction Management Officer, Alnair Comadug; municipal council members; and the 43 barangay captains visited the five evacuation centers in Iligan City to look for their residents and former residents of the town who have settled in Marawi City before the armed conflict erupted.

They announced that they welcome residents and former residents of the municipality to consider residing anew to their locality. Vice Mayor Mangata said the LGU will shoulder the transportation, food, and lodging of its residents who want to go home to his town. The LGU assured DSWD that it will supply the needs of the returning residents for free.

Mangata explained that this measure will help DSWD in decongesting the evacuation centers. He added that home-based internally displaced persons are also invited to go back to their town. Should evacuees, both home-based and living inside evacuation centers, wished to go home, they shall inform DSWD through their camp managers or DSWD Field Office 10 Operation Center at 542 Pala-o, Iligan City.

DSWD Field Office 10 Regional Director Nestor Briones Ramos lauds the initiative of the local officials. Ramos said the move would be of great help to DSWD in reconciling the displaced families to their relatives in their homeland.

DSWD Field Offices 9, 10, and Caraga sent camp managers to replace the camp managers of DSWD ARMM who were reportedly withdrawn from their posts in the evacuation centers of Iligan City, Baloi, and Pantar.

Based on Joint Statement issued by DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration for all IDPs. The food and financial assistance of P5,000 will be given to the IDPs upon their return to their communities in Marawi City.

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DSWD 10 Official Statement on Cause of Delay for Release of 4Ps Cash Grants

OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON THE CAUSE OF DELAY OF RELEASING CASH GRANTS TO THE BENEFICIARIES OF PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM
July 12, 2017

We at the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office X have heard the clamor of the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) regarding the delay of the release of cash grant which was supposed to be paid out to them every two months.

The cause of the delay of payout and the recent postponement of the scheduled payouts was due to the problems encountered by the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) in finalizing its conduits which are responsible in the releasing of grants in the communities. The Land Bank of the Philippines has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with DSWD, as the institution solely responsible in the releasing of grants to the beneficiaries of 4Ps.

According to LBP, the identification of its supposed conduits in the releasing of cash grants has gone overdue because of problems encountered in their bidding and procurement processes, and submission of other pertinent documents necessary for the downloading of funds.

Thus, the payouts which was scheduled in the months of May and early July (schedules that fell from July 12-14) has been once again moved to August 1-4, 2017, which we regretfully believe will result to a negative impact to the lives of our beneficiaries.

The affected areas are as follows: (1) Lanao del Norte with Nunungan, Sapad, Kapatagan; (2) Misamis Oriental with Medina, Lagonglong, Laguindingan, Villanueva, Manticao, Balingoan, El Salvador City; (3) Bukidnon with Malaybalay City, Dangcagan, Lantapan, Manolo Fortitch, Maramag, Sumilao; Camiguin with Mahinog, Mambajao, Catarman, Guinsiliban, Sagay.

We are still waiting for feedback from LBP region 9 with regards to the finalization of RB Rizal as service provider for Misamis Occidental since the province is under their jurisdiction. With this, we cannot yet ascertain when the pay-outs will commence for the said province. For other areas not mentioned above, which are scheduled from July 18-28, 2017, we are happy to inform you that they shall proceed accordingly.

We have already made several follow-ups with the LBP to hasten its processes since we have seen the impact this delay had brought to the beneficiaries of the program. We are all set in providing the logistics and means to smoothen the payout process, however, we can only do so much since the cause of delay is beyond the control of the DSWD. We are currently closely coordinating with the LBP to resolve the issues at hand.

Most importantly, we understand how this challenge affected the lives of our poor families, who should be benefiting from 4Ps for their children’s education and health.

At this point, we ask for everyone’s patience, especially from the beneficiaries of 4Ps, as we will continue to look for ways to improve our service for them and to the people we serve.

(signed)

NESTOR B. RAMOS
Regional Director
DSWD Region 10

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LGU wants displaced residents to come home

Iligan City — A local government unit (LGU) in Lanao del Sur is looking for its residents who were displaced by the Marawi siege to come home.

Vice Mayor Alicqzaman C. Mangata of Taraka town, Lanao del Sur said the LGU will shoulder the transportation, food, and lodging of its residents who want to go home to his town.

Vice Mayor Mangata along with his town’s Municipal Risk Reduction Management Officer, Alnair Comadug; municipal council members; and the 43 barangay captains were visiting the five evacuation centers here to look for their residents and former residents of the town who have settled in Marawi City before the armed conflict erupted.

They announced that they welcome residents and former residents of the municipality to consider residing anew to their locality.

Mangata explained that this measure helps DSWD in decongesting the evacuation centers.

He added that home-based internally displaced persons are also invited to go back to their town.

Should evacuees both home-based and living inside evacuation centers wished to go home, they shall inform DSWD through their camp managers or DSWD Field Office 10 Operation Center at 542 Palao here.

DSWD Field Office 10 Regional Director Nestor Briones Ramos lauded the initiative of the local officials.

Ramos said the move would be of great help to DSWD in reconciling the displaced families to their relatives in their homeland.

The LGU assured DSWD that it will supply the needs of the returning residents for free.

“Unlike here (evacuation center and home-based), they will be provided with individual homes should they decide to return,” Comadug said, adding that, “we want them live back to normalcy.” ###

Oliver Badel Inodeo, DSWD-10

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Disaster Relief Assistance Update (July 11, 2017, 12:00PM)

The total number of IDPs served in the Region increases to 45,959 families or 198,120 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,831 families or 13,325 persons. The number of home-based families total to 43,128 or 184,795 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 17; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served increases to 39,581 or 174,998 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,827 or 13,309 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 36,754 or 161,689.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 20,981 or 88,816 persons. There are 794 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,844 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 20,187 or 84,972 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 5,555 or 19,828 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 5,551 or 19,812 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 662 families or 2,533 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 161 families or 761 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P97,895,323.00 of which P93,271,862.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P69,530,696.00 for Family Food Packs and P23,741,166.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P1,997,668.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P2,640,794.00 as recorded.

To date, a total of P115,479.00 is already released to 65 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

Ongoing validation for registered IDPs, which deadline of registration was July 5, 2017, is being conducted by DSWD-X.

DSWD-X turns over camp coordination and camp management to DSWD-ARMM.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the Regional Coordination Command Center meeting along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation.

Based on Joint Statement issued by DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration for all IDPs. The food and financial assistance of P5,000 will be given to the IDPs upon their return to their communities in Marawi City.

 

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Disaster Relief Assistance Update (July 10, 2017, 12:00PM)

The total number of IDPs served in the Region increases to 45,934 families or 198,019 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,830 families or 13,308 persons. The number of home-based families total to 43,104 or 184,711 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 17; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served increases to 39,580 or 174,981 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,826 or 13,292 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 36,754 or 161,689.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 20,980 or 88,799 persons. There are 793 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,827 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 20,187 or 84,972 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 5,531 or 19,774 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 5,527 or 19,728 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 662 families or 2,533 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 161 families or 761 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P85,486,837.00 of which P81,165,058.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P58,217,543.00 for Family Food Packs and P22,947,516.00 for non-food assistance.

The Province of Lanao del Norte provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P2,469,336.00 as recorded.

To date, a total of P109,779.00 is already released to 61 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

Ongoing validation for registered IDPs, which deadline of registration was July 5, 2017, is being conducted by DSWD-X.

DSWD-X turns over camp coordination and camp management to DSWD-ARMM.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the Regional Coordination Command Center meeting along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation.

Based on Joint Statement issued by DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration for all IDPs. The food and financial assistance of P5,000 will be given to the IDPs upon their return to their communities in Marawi City.

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Disaster Relief Assistance Update (July 7, 2017, 12:00PM)

The total number of IDPs served in the Region increases to 36,326 families or 165,464 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,778 families or 12,455 persons. The number of home-based families total to 33,458 or 153,009 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 17; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served increases to 29,882 or 142,426 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,774 or 12,439 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 27,108 or 129,987.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 15,496 or 75,603 persons. There are 793 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,826 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 14,703 or 71,777 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 5,531 or 19,774 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 5,527 or 19,728 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 662 families or 2,533 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 161 families or 761 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P83,369,396.00 of which P79,997,286.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P57,324,021.00 for Family Food Packs and P22,673,266.00 for non-food assistance.

The Province of Lanao del Norte provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P1,519,667.00 as recorded.

To date, a total of P109,779.00 is already released to 61 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

Ongoing validation for registered IDPs, which deadline of registration was July 5, 2017, is being conducted by DSWD-X.

DSWD-X turns over camp coordination and camp management to DSWD-ARMM.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the Regional Coordination Command Center meeting along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation.

Based on Joint Statement issued by DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration for all IDPs. The food and financial assistance of P5,000 will be given to the IDPs upon their return to their communities in Marawi City.

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There’s No Place Like Home

It is the policy of the State that placement of children through adoption would be the last resort. Their family may have failed to provide the best care for them but if we will dig deeper, both the child and their family were just victims of circumstances hence, while children are in the center, we provide the best alternative family care while working out the best suitable permanent placement for them.

The Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) is a residential care facility which provides 24-hour group living on a temporary basis to children whose needs cannot be adequately met by their families and relatives over a period of time and to those children who were abandoned or voluntarily relinquished due to reasonable cause.

It was on April 12, 2016 when the Macuha siblings were reintegrated back to their birthmother after a year of stay at RSCC. Of the four siblings, three of them were temporarily sheltered at RSCC after they were left by their birthmother. Due to the difficulties encountered by their widowed mother in raising and in providing their needs, Jonafe has reached to the point of abandoning her children. She became a single parent after the father of her children passed away, which caught her psychologically and economically unprepared.

After several home visits and series of counseling extended to Jonafe, she has come to a realization of keeping her family intact and wanted to take her children back in her custody. With the concerted effort of the Barangay Council for the Protectin of Women and Childre, the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office of Cabanglasan, Bukidnon, the Community Facilitator of Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program and the Reception and Study Center for Children of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 10, Jonafe has drawn strength and courage to live her life better with the presence of her children.

Two years after their family reintegration, the siblings are all attending school and enrolled as Grades 1 and 2, while their female sibling is enrolled in a Day Care Center. Jonafe is trying her best in performing her role as a mother to her children. Being a mother grantee of the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program of the DSWD, she has gained learnings from the seminars and orientations conducted during their Family Development Sessions specifically in strengthening her parental obligations towards her children.

The cash grant she is receiving every two months helps her a lot in providing the health and educational needs of their children. While she invests the livelihood assistance she received into hog raisin, she is also actively involved in their livelihood association where they started to run a small sari-sari store.

The siblings are now settled with their family. There’s nothing like foster care or adoption could replace their contentment and happiness being home together with their mother and sibling. The interventions provided to the children and their family not only addressed the problem at the moment but also preserves the family which serves the best interest of the child.

 

Written by Faith Sabulana / Rosanel Pague, DSWD-10

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