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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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NorthMin Delegates join National Community Volunteers’ Congress, Bayani Ka! Awards

The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS delegation with DSWD Undersecretary MARIA LOURDES T. JARABE (center) during the 3rd Bayani Ka! Awards. The delegation includes (front row, from left) DSWD-10 KC-NCDDP Regional Capability Building Specialist DIVORRAH MENESES, ADELYN S. REVELO of Dalingap, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, RIGA D. BANTASAN of Tingin-Tingin, Kauswagan, Lanao del Notre, Mayor LORENZO V. MANIGOS of Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte representing the Local Government Unit of Kolambugan, NORMA D. PAROJINOG of Masabud, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, MARY JANE P. ADAZA of Dalingap, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, GENALYN C. TOMAS of Sinacaban, Misamis Occidental, GEMA P. DAMPAS of Masabud, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, DSWD-10 KC-NCDDP Sub-Regional Program Coordinator Pervelita G. Cagod, NIEVAN B. LLACUNA of Sindangan, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental (2nd row, from left) DSWD-10 KC-NCDDP Area Coordinator for Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte BINLADIN TIOLO, NELSON M. ADAZA of Dalingap, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, ANTONIO SOCAYRE of Kibawe, Bukidnon and DSWD-10 KC-NCDDP Sub-Regional Program Coordinator ENGR. ABOBACAR D. TOCALO. (Photo courtesy of Marko Davey Reyes, SMO DSWD Field Office CARAGA)

 

Manila, Philippines – Community Volunteers from Northern Mindanao participated in the first National Community Volunteers’ Congress in Quezon City, Manila, August 17-18, 2017. The said congress, dubbed as Bukluran: Sama-samang Lakas ng Mamamayan, is the first national community volunteers’ gathering hosted by the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) community-driven development program – the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services National Community-Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP).

Bukluran (to unite) saw a gathering of community volunteers under the Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP from all over the Philippines. The delegates engaged in a series of collaboration works and focus-group-discussions during the two-day event that focused on the track towards advocating for the adoption of the Community-Driven Development (CDD) approach in handling infrastructure projects in the local communities.

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.

The World Bank recognizes that CDD approaches and actions are important elements of an effective poverty reduction and sustainable development strategy. The Bank has supported CDD across a range of low to middle income, and conflict-affected, countries to respond to a variety of urgent needs, including water supply and sanitation, school and health post construction, nutrition programs for mothers and infants, rural access roads, and support for micro-enterprises. http://www.worldbank.org

More than a decade, the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS advocates empowerment in the poorest and disaster-affected communities nationwide to ensure that they assert self-identified solutions to their most pressing needs.

The Kalahi-CIDSS program witnessed the triumphs of both our staff and community volunteers, whose commitment and resilience have helped poor communities defy the odds and find collective strength to fulfill their shared vision for the community despite the challenges they face. The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS community volunteers from all regions finds a venue, through Bukluran, where they can listen, share each other’s experiences, and learn from each other in a safe, open space.

These stories of triumphs and challenges are captured to promote community-driven development (CDD). Bukluran also features the 3rd National Bayani Ka! Awards that recognizes the sacrifices made by the volunteers to implement their community sub-projects of which they, as a community, have selected through the CDD participatory decision making process. Together, these activities shall contribute to strengthening the call for the adoption of the CDD approach at the local and national level.

The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS delegation includes RIGA D. BANTASAN of Tingin-Tingin, Kauswagan, Lanao del Notre (PEACE PROMOTION), GENALYN C. TOMAS of Sinacaban, Misamis Occidental (IP WELFARE), NORMA D. PAROJINOG of Masabud, Clarin, Misamis Occidental (GENDER AWARENESS), ADELYN S. REVELO, NELSON M. ADAZA, MARY JANE P. ADAZA of Dalingap, Clarin, Misamis Occidental (BAYANIHAN), and Mayor LORENZO V. MANIGOS of Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte representing the Local Government Unit of Kolambugan for the BAYAN category. The delegation also included GEMA P. DAMPAS of Masabud, Clarin, Misamis Occidental, ANTONIO SOCAYRE of Kibawe, Bukidnon and NIEVAN B. LLACUNA of Sindangan, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental who is a DepEd teacher.

The National Community Volunteers’ Congress is a celebration of people empowerment towards community development. It is a venue for the community volunteers, LGUs, and other stakeholders to share the success stories of their communities as well as plan strategies on adopting the CDD strategy in their localities. This is to showcase and celebrate their efforts and initiatives on community development.

Mayor Lorenzo Mañigos of Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte shares his experiences on Community-Driven Development implementation in their municipality to fellow local chief executives and Kalahi-CIDSS volunteers after the focus-group-discussions, August 17.

The DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Community Volunteers of Region 10 participated in the mural painting activity during the 1st National Community Volunteers’ Congress. The mural paintings represent the shared experiences, struggles, and triumphs of the volunteers during the implementation of this program.

The Community Volunteers pledge of commitment to advocate for Community-Driven Development (CDD)

Former Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Judy M. Taguiwalo, graced the 1st Kalahi-CIDSS National Community Volunteers’ Congress this time as an experienced community organizer. Taguiwalo or “Manay Judy” as she is fondly called, shared her experiences in dealing with communities and gave inspiration to the volunteers in attendance and recognized their efforts in bringing hope to their respective communities.

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DSWD Participates Diskwento Caravan

The Department of Social Welfare and Development through the Sustainable Livelihood Program participated in the Annual Diskwento Caravan initiated by the Department of Trade and Industry.

Various products were displayed for sale held at a public venue in the City.

The said activity is one of the highlight activities of National Government Agencies in time for the City fiesta of Cagayan de Oro.

The said Caravan was also participated by various business organizations in the region.

Products displayed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development showcased the finished food and handicraft products of the Sustainable Livelihood Program beneficiaries in Northern Mindanao.  Proceeds of the said Caravan will go directly to the beneficiaries producing and manufacturing the said products.

The Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) is one of the Core Capacity Building Programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development aimed to improve the socio-economic condition of the program beneficiaries by facilitating opportunities for development and management of resources viable for micro-enterprises and employment facilitation.

Beneficiaries of the SLP Program are provided opportunities to be trained in various technical and vocational skills, in coordination with various institutions and Agencies, as a means for them to earn additional income for their families and in the process, become self-sufficient and independent from economic support from the government.

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Written by Mitzie Sarballon-Santiago,DSWD

 

 

 

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DSWD TO LAUNCH #STOPCHILDPORNPH VIDEO MAKING CONTEST

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office X will be launching the #StopChildPornPh Public Service Announcement Video-Making Contest on September 8, 2017 which highlights its campaign against child pornography.

The #StopChildPornPh is an intervention of the national government and its partnering local government units to end sexual violence and abuse against children through pornography. It helps educate the public, especially the parents and their children from becoming victims to pornography in the internet, through videos, photos, and other forms of visual or auditory materials.

The contest is open to all college and university students in Region X. Each entry is a production of 1-minute public service announcement (PSA) video which educates the public, particularly the parents and children, on how to stop or prevent incidences of child pornography or the impact of child pornography. An entry may be produced by a team or a by an individual.

The prizes at stake are: 1st Prize – P10,000; 2nd Prize – P7,000; and 3rd Prize – P5,000.00.

How to join the contest:

  1. Fill out #stopchildpornph PSA Video-making Contest application form downloadable at fo10.dswd.gov.ph. Filled out application forms may be emailed to fo10@dswd.gov.ph or may be sent to this address:

THE SOCIAL MARKETING UNIT

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT

FIELD OFFICE X

MASTERSON AVE., UPPER CARMEN, CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY

  1. Attend the launching of the #stopchildpornph PSA Video-making Contest on September 8, 2017, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM at DSWD Field Office X for the orientation of #stopchildpornph and specific mechanics of the contest.

The criteria for judging are: 40% Relevance to the Theme / Content / Message; 30% Technical (Cinematography, Quality, Details); 30% Call to Action Messaging and Use of DSWD Branding.

For details on the contest, follow their Facebook Page at @dswdfo10.

 

Written by Charmaine P. Tadlas, Regional Information Officer, DSWD

 

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DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update (8/11/17,12PM)

DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update (As of 12:00 PM August 11, 2017)

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

The total number of IDPs served in the region is at 55,603 families or 235,710 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in Region 10 housing 2,758 families or 12,880 persons. The number of home-based families served remains at 52,845 or 222,830 persons.

The number of active 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 entire province of Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served is at 47,299 or 210,088 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,753 or 12,861 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, remains at 44,546 or 197,227.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served remains at 27,636 or 119,702 persons. There are 806 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,790 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is at 26,830 or 115,912 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 7,546 or 22,175 persons; five (5) families or 19 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City. The number of home-based IDP families served is 7,541 or 22,156 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served is 634 families or 2,864 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 remains to 119 families or 545 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in barangays of Ozamiz City and Oroquieta City.

In Camiguin Province, there are 5 home-based IDP families served or 38 persons, staying in the Municipality of Sagay.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P158,953,270.00 of which P149,254,335.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P118,826,810.00 for Family Food Packs and P30,477,276.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P5,137,818.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P4,567,117.00 as recorded.

DSWD-10 reiterates the importance of private individuals or companies to coordinate and collaborate with DSWD personnel managing the evacuation centers when they have, or wish to have activities, or any matter related to IDPs as one of the main concerns of the field office is the security of the IDPs housed in the evacuation centers.

 

#DSWDMayMalasakit

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DSWD supports PYAP 43rd Anniversary celebration

 

With this year’s theme 43rd Years of Meaningful, Youthful Participation towards a drug-free Nation”, the Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines (PYAP) recently celebrated its 43rd Anniversary celebration which was hosted by the City of Cagayan de Oro, with the support from the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office X.

The three-day affair was participated by youth delegates from various localities and cities in the region namely: Gingoog City, Malaybalay City,Valencia City, Ozamiz City, Province of Bukidnon, Ozamiz City, Province of Lanao del Norte, and Cagayan de Oro City.

Various activities were conducted which included a Sportsfest, Sulong Dunong Contest, Poster Making Contest, Essay Writing Contest and the high light of the celebration, the Search for Mr. and Ms. PYAP 2017.

The Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines, Inc. or PYAP is a duly constituted barangay based organization for the out- of school-youth between 15-30 years’ old who are clientele of the DSWD.

The PYAP is organized nationwide and is federated from the Municipal, City/Provincial, Regional and national level.

The PYAP Federation of different levels serves as a strategy that provides forum to discuss youth issues and concerns related to their projects and come up with solutions/recommendations addressed to both the youth and other system involved in program planning and implementation.

The youth, being one of the most active and influential sectors in the communities also have their share as far as promoting the involvement and participation of the youth is to the localities where they are part of.

The City of Cagayan de Oro allotted a total amount of 1 million pesos for the said Anniversary celebration while the Department of Social Welfare and Development assisted in the facilitation of the events and donated for the prizes, plaques, and certificates of the winning delegates for the various events.

Assistant Regional Director. for Operations, Aldersey Mumar dela Cruz, who represented Regional Director Nestor Ramos, in her welcome message, encouraged the youth to continue doing what they have started to do as role models in their respective communities.  She also stressed that the youth, is the motivating force of the present leaders to strive to do the best that they can to find resolutions to every challenge and obstacle as they, would always want the best for the youth, being the future generation.

 

 

Written by Mitzie Santiago,DSWD

 

 

 

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DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update as of (8/7/17,12PM)

DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update as of 12:00 PM August 7, 2017

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

The total number of IDPs served in the region is at 55,644 families or 235,968 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in Region 10 housing 2,799 families or 13,138 persons. The number of home-based families served remains at 52,845 or 222,830 persons.

The number of active 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 entire province of Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served is at 47,340 or 210,346 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,794 or 13,119 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, remains at 44,546 or 197,227.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served remains at 27,645 or 119,765 persons. There are 814 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,845 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served remains at 26,831 or 115,920 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 7,546 or 22,175 persons; five (5) families or 19 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City. The number of home-based IDP families served is 7,541 or 22,156 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served is 634 families or 2,864 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 remains to 119 families or 545 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in barangays of Ozamiz City and Oroquieta City.

In Camiguin Province, there are 5 home-based IDP families served or 38 persons, staying in the Municipality of Sagay.

 

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P158,953,270.00 of which P149,254,335.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P118,826,810.00 for Family Food Packs and P30,477,276.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P5,137,818.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P4,567,117.00 as recorded.

DSWD-10 reiterates the importance of private individuals or companies to coordinate and collaborate with DSWD personnel managing the evacuation centers when they have, or wish to have activities, or any matter related to IDPs as one of the main concerns of the field office is the security of the IDPs housed in the evacuation centers.

#DSWDMayMalasakit

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DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update (8/4/2017, 12PM)

DSWD FO X Disaster Response Update as of 12:00 PM August 4, 2017

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

The total number of IDPs served in the region is at 55,646 families or 235,979 persons. There are currently 35 evacuation centers in Region 10 housing 2,801 families or 13,149 persons. The number of home-based families served remains at 52,845 or 222,830 persons.

The number of active 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 entire province of Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served remains at 47,342 or 210,357 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,796 or 13,130 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, remains at 44,546 or 197,227.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served remains at 27,645 or 119,764 persons. There are 814 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,844 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served remains at 26,831 or 115,920 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 7,546 or 22,175 persons; five (5) families or 19 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City. The number of home-based IDP families served is 7,541 or 22,156 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served is 634 families or 2,864 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 remains to 119 families or 545 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in barangays of Ozamiz City and Oroquieta City.

In Camiguin Province, there are 5 home-based IDP families served or 38 persons, staying in the Municipality of Sagay.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P147,999,422.00 of which P138,300,487.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P107,922,962.00 for Family Food Packs and P30,477,276.00 for non-food assistance.

Local government units provided P5,137,818.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P4,567,117.00 as recorded.

DSWD-10 reiterates the importance of private individuals or companies to coordinate and collaborate with DSWD personnel managing the evacuation centers when they have, or wish to have activities, or any matter related to IDPs as one of the main concerns of the field office is the security of the IDPs housed in the evacuation centers.

#DSWDMayMalasakit

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