Partner NGOs, LGU , media groups, volunteers recognized during DSWD’s 64th anniv

DSWD recognizes development partners, donors, international and corporate institutions during the PaNata awards highlighting the Department’s 64th Anniversary celebration.

DSWD recognizes development partners, donors, international and corporate institutions during the PaNata awards highlighting the Department’s 64th Anniversary celebration.

On its 64th Anniversary, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) paid tribute to its partners and stakeholders during the Pagkilala sa Natatanging Kontribusyon sa Bayan (PaNata)  Awards today,  January 29,  at the DSWD Auditorium, Central Office, Batasan Hills, Quezon City.

The PaNata Awards confers recognition to non-government organizations (NGOs), local government units (LGUs), People’s Organizations (POs), and media persons and organizations, as well as volunteer individuals  and groups who have selflessly dedicated their time, energy, and resources helping DSWD carry out its mandate of improving the lives of the disadvantaged sector of society.

It likewise aims to encourage more individuals, groups, and organizations to support the programs and services of the Department.

This year’s awardees are:

Best NGO

Best NGO

Best Non-government organization:

Libmanan – Pulantuna Planters Federation, Inc.,  Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur – Region V

The organization  implements community-based programs and services to youth and farmers and their families in Region V focusing on community organizing, provision of livelihood programs, trainings and seminars, computer literacy programs to the farmers, and provides technical and vocational trainings to the youth.

Gawad sa Makabagong Teknolohiyang Panlipunan Award  (Best New Social Technology):

City Government of Manila

Protects the  environment  by encouraging the community to engage multi-sectoral partners towards sustainable livelihood interventions for Pantawid and Non-Pantawid poor beneficiaries such as waste segregation, street sweeping and dredging of canals.

GAPAS Awardees

GAPAS Awardees

Gawad sa Paglilingkod sa Sambayanan (GAPAS) Award:

(Model LGU Implementing any DSWD Project/s)

Local Government of Balanga City, Bataan City Social Welfare Development Office – Region III

The LGU is consistent in implementing  social welfare development projects  for vulnerable sectors, such as children.  It also utilizes  the Day Care Center Parents Groups as partners  in implementing the Supplemental Feeding Program  (SFP), with clear accounting of funds utilized, weight improvement of underweight children and continuing education

Model LGU Implementing Day Care Service

Local Government of Guagua, Pampanga, Region III

Its notable achievement is the establishment of 36 Day Care Centers (DCCs) employing Day Care Workers in 31 Barangays, with a total enrollment of 1,981 day care children, without a single drop out among the enrollees.

Model Self-Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran Association/Kabayan

Abaca (Burlap) Weavers Association Libon, Albay – Region V

The association shows its determination to uplift the standard of living of its members through resource based and market-driven enterprise, making use of the abundance of indigenous material, such as burlap which they turn into useful products like, ropes, bags, hats, and placemats, among others.

Model LGU Implementing KALAHI-CIDSS

Local Government of Alangalang, Province of Leyte – Region VIII

The LGU has been implementing KALAHI-CIDSS since 2012, and  is now completing cycle 3 under the KC-Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and starting cycle 1 under the National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP).

listahanan

Gawad Listahanan Awardees

For the first time, DSWD recognized Provincial, Municipal, and City LGUs through the Gawad Listahanan Awards for using the database of poor families in identifying their program beneficiaries.  Winners were the Province of Ilocos Norte, Region I (Provincial   Government);  City of Escalante, Negros Occidental, Region VI (City Government); and, Municipality of Dalaguete, Cebu LISSTA Program – Region VII, (Municipal Government).

 

Gawad Ulat Awardees

Gawad Ulat Awardees

On the other hand, the Gawad Ulat is part of the PaNata Awards and given to media persons and organizations which have been most supportive of DSWD programs, projects and services through positive articles and most number of cost-free airtime.

This year’s Gawad Ulat Awardees were:

Most Supportive Television Station:

ABS-CBN Network Channel (ANC)

Most Supportive Newspaper:

  •  The Philippine Star (Broadsheet)
  •  Bulgar (Tabloid)

Most Supportive Radio Stations:

  •  DZMM Teleradyo
  •  DZRH
  •  DWIZ

Most Supportive DSWD Beat Reporters:

  •  Rainier Allan A. Ronda, Philippine Star
  •  Ellalyn De Vera, Manila Bulletin
  •  Julie M. Aurelio, Philippine Daily Inquirer.
  •  Leilani S. Junio, Philippines News Agency

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman also acknowledged the valuable support    rendered by the  Department’s development partners, donors, and volunteers through the  Salamat Po Award .

“We value the contributions of all our development partners, NGOs, and volunteers. They helped us attain our goals in improving the quality of life of our beneficiaries,”  she said.

Individual and Group Volunteers

Individual and Group Volunteers

“The volunteers are a big help in facilitating the faster delivery of food packs in disaster-stricken areas,” the Secretary ended. ###

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Partner NGOs, LGU , media groups, volunteers recognized during DSWD’s 64th anniv

DSWD recognizes development partners, donors, international and corporate institutions during the PaNata awards highlighting the Department’s 64th Anniversary celebration.

DSWD recognizes development partners, donors, international and corporate institutions during the PaNata awards highlighting the Department’s 64th Anniversary celebration.

On its 64th Anniversary, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) paid tribute to its partners and stakeholders during the Pagkilala sa Natatanging Kontribusyon sa Bayan (PaNata)  Awards today,  January 29,  at the DSWD Auditorium, Central Office, Batasan Hills, Quezon City.

The PaNata Awards confers recognition to non-government organizations (NGOs), local government units (LGUs), People’s Organizations (POs), and media persons and organizations, as well as volunteer individuals  and groups who have selflessly dedicated their time, energy, and resources helping DSWD carry out its mandate of improving the lives of the disadvantaged sector of society.

It likewise aims to encourage more individuals, groups, and organizations to support the programs and services of the Department.

This year’s awardees are:

Best NGO

Best NGO

Best Non-government organization:

Libmanan – Pulantuna Planters Federation, Inc.,  Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur – Region V

The organization  implements community-based programs and services to youth and farmers and their families in Region V focusing on community organizing, provision of livelihood programs, trainings and seminars, computer literacy programs to the farmers, and provides technical and vocational trainings to the youth.

Gawad sa Makabagong Teknolohiyang Panlipunan Award  (Best New Social Technology):

City Government of Manila

Protects the  environment  by encouraging the community to engage multi-sectoral partners towards sustainable livelihood interventions for Pantawid and Non-Pantawid poor beneficiaries such as waste segregation, street sweeping and dredging of canals.

GAPAS Awardees

GAPAS Awardees

Gawad sa Paglilingkod sa Sambayanan (GAPAS) Award:

(Model LGU Implementing any DSWD Project/s)

Local Government of Balanga City, Bataan City Social Welfare Development Office – Region III

The LGU is consistent in implementing  social welfare development projects  for vulnerable sectors, such as children.  It also utilizes  the Day Care Center Parents Groups as partners  in implementing the Supplemental Feeding Program  (SFP), with clear accounting of funds utilized, weight improvement of underweight children and continuing education

Model LGU Implementing Day Care Service

Local Government of Guagua, Pampanga, Region III

Its notable achievement is the establishment of 36 Day Care Centers (DCCs) employing Day Care Workers in 31 Barangays, with a total enrollment of 1,981 day care children, without a single drop out among the enrollees.

Model Self-Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran Association/Kabayan

Abaca (Burlap) Weavers Association Libon, Albay – Region V

The association shows its determination to uplift the standard of living of its members through resource based and market-driven enterprise, making use of the abundance of indigenous material, such as burlap which they turn into useful products like, ropes, bags, hats, and placemats, among others.

Model LGU Implementing KALAHI-CIDSS

Local Government of Alangalang, Province of Leyte – Region VIII

The LGU has been implementing KALAHI-CIDSS since 2012, and  is now completing cycle 3 under the KC-Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and starting cycle 1 under the National Community-Driven Development Program (NCDDP).

listahanan

Gawad Listahanan Awardees

For the first time, DSWD recognized Provincial, Municipal, and City LGUs through the Gawad Listahanan Awards for using the database of poor families in identifying their program beneficiaries.  Winners were the Province of Ilocos Norte, Region I (Provincial   Government);  City of Escalante, Negros Occidental, Region VI (City Government); and, Municipality of Dalaguete, Cebu LISSTA Program – Region VII, (Municipal Government).

 

Gawad Ulat Awardees

Gawad Ulat Awardees

On the other hand, the Gawad Ulat is part of the PaNata Awards and given to media persons and organizations which have been most supportive of DSWD programs, projects and services through positive articles and most number of cost-free airtime.

This year’s Gawad Ulat Awardees were:

Most Supportive Television Station:

ABS-CBN Network Channel (ANC)

Most Supportive Newspaper:

  •  The Philippine Star (Broadsheet)
  •  Bulgar (Tabloid)

Most Supportive Radio Stations:

  •  DZMM Teleradyo
  •  DZRH
  •  DWIZ

Most Supportive DSWD Beat Reporters:

  •  Rainier Allan A. Ronda, Philippine Star
  •  Ellalyn De Vera, Manila Bulletin
  •  Julie M. Aurelio, Philippine Daily Inquirer.
  •  Leilani S. Junio, Philippines News Agency

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman also acknowledged the valuable support    rendered by the  Department’s development partners, donors, and volunteers through the  Salamat Po Award .

“We value the contributions of all our development partners, NGOs, and volunteers. They helped us attain our goals in improving the quality of life of our beneficiaries,”  she said.

Individual and Group Volunteers

Individual and Group Volunteers

“The volunteers are a big help in facilitating the faster delivery of food packs in disaster-stricken areas,” the Secretary ended. ###

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Gawad Listahanan Municipality of Dalaguete

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DSWD maintains out-of-town camping secured street dwellers during Papal visit

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) maintained that the out-of-town activity for some 100 families or 427 individuals in Chateau Royale, Nasugbu, Batangas on January 14-19 was part of the regular activity of the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Families (MCCT-HSF), and not meant to hide them from the Pope.

“We do this once or twice a year. For this year, it was a consensus of the national and local governments (LGU) to hold it in time for the Pope’s visit with the end in view of securing them from potential risks of being out on the streets,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano- Soliman explained.

Participation in the activity was, however, voluntary.

Some 78 families or 340 individuals from Manila,  three families or seven persons from Pasay, and  19 families or 80 persons from Paranaque attended  the camping.  They were oriented on the MCCT, which provides a complete package of assistance to street families, including responsive shelter programs, with access to social services, and economic opportunities for the improvement of their living conditions,” Sec. Soliman added.

Integral

Sec. Soliman also explained that participation to the family camp is integral since it is the initial orientation of potential MCCT-HSF beneficiaries to assess their eligibility for the program.

Likewise, the family camp is designed towards the physical and psycho-social development of street children and their families.

Activities during the five-day event include discussions on basic literacy and life skills enhancement for the adults and character building for the children. The adults also discussed topics on responsible parenthood and family relations.

They were also given lessons and training in hygiene.

According to Sec. Soliman, there are currently 218,377 MCCT beneficiaries nationwide, with 2,479 families in the National Capital Region who are under  the MCCT-HSF.

These families are given house rental assistance for six months to

one year. They are also given skills training and capital assistance to enable them to start their livelihood projects.  Others are assisted by providing them access to employment opportunities.

The MCCT was designed specifically for families not included in the regular Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, those without permanent addresses and living on the streets.

Out of the 100 families, 75 families agreed to return home to their families and relatives. This includes five families who have rented their house to stay through the assistance of MCCT. The remaining 25 families were encouraged to stay in Reception and Action Center in Manila and barangay facilities for close monitoring of the local social welfare offices.

Procurement process

The choice of Chateau Royale as the venue for the family camp went through the proper procurement process using the prescribed procurement guidelines, contrary to the allegation that a travel agency was hired to negotiate with the venue.

The DSWD’s Procurement Service and Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) posted the requirements to secure quotations from interested bidders and ensure transparency and competition in the bidding process.

Upon evaluation, Chateau Royale was determined as the Lowest Calculated & Responsive Bidder (LCRB). Hence, the contract was awarded to the resort with the amount of P4,296,600 for 6 days and 5 nights, for 600 persons.

Can’t hide poverty

Sec. Soliman emphasized that we cannot hide poverty saying that the Pope saw this as he landed at the Villamor Airbase where there are a lot of shanties surrounding the area.

She also added, “There are 11,000 street families in the metropolis, how can you hide this number.” ###

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Mahigit sa 46,000 tao, kailangan ng DSWD upang magsagawa ng survey

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DSWD continues to assist street families who joined the camping in Batangas

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said that the street families who were taken to Nasugbu, Batangas participated in the out-of-town activity for their inclusion in government programs, and not because they were being “hidden” during the Papal visit.

“It was not for keeping them out of sight,” Sec. Soliman said. “We do reach out to families even before the announcement of the pope coming.”

The MCCT orientation and registration family camp is conducted annually by the DSWD and its partner LGUs. This activity has been done in Aug 2011, Dec 2011, May 2012, and May 2014.

Some 99 families or 427 individuals from Manila, Paranaque, and Pasay – particularly in areas along Roxas Boulevard to NAIA – attended the activity this year.

“They will be registered in the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) which provides a complete package of assistance to street families, including responsive shelter programs, with access to social services, and economic opportunities for the improvement of their living conditions,” Sec. Soliman said.

Aside from the orientation on MCCT, activities during the five-day event were modular discussion on basic literacy and life skills enhancement for the adults and character building for the children. The adults also discussed topics such as understanding me as a person and as a parent, the difference between men and women, and family relations.

The children, on the other hand, had a lecture and video presentation on personal hygiene, values caravan, and film showing.

There were also recreational activities applying what they have learned from the activities.

Not all street families were taken to Batangas. Many were still present along Taft and MH Del Pilar, Malate to see the Pope during his 5-day visit to the Philippines.

“We cannot hide poverty. We cannot hide it from the pope, it’s here,” Sec. Soliman said.

In the National Capital Region, some 2,479 families have already been registered in the MCCT-HSF since 2012.

Sec. Soliman emphasized that the government’s aim “is to get the street dwellers off the streets, give them decent shelter and employment/livelihood opportunities to ensure that they are given a fighting chance.”

“There are no legal means to get people off the streets, but we believe that majority of street dwellers will change their lives once provided with a little help. Mahalaga na maramdaman nila na tinatrato silang tao ng pamahalaan (It’s important that they feel that the government is treating them humanely),” Sec. Soliman ended. ###

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DSWD to award top LGU data users

Sixteen local government units nationwide were selected as finalists in the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) first Gawad Listahanan.

Gawad Listahanan is an award conferred to local government units (LGUs) that have registered the most number of beneficiaries of their locally-funded programs in the Listahanan database of poor families.

The Listahanan is an information management system that makes available to national government agencies, local government units, and other social protection stakeholders a comprehensive list of poor families in need of assistance.

In 2009, the Listahanan conducted an assessment that covered 10.9 million households. Of this, 5.2 million households were identified as poor.

In 2010, Executive Order 867 was issued to mandate all national government agencies to use the Listahanan database as the basis for their programs and services.

Since then, the 5.2 million households have been beneficiaries of national government programs such as Philhealth Indigent Program, and Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, among others.

Currently, the Listahanan has 1,203 data users. The majority of which are LGUs.

Those nominated in the first Gawad Listahanan are programs of LGUs that provide services such as financial assistance, scholarships and provision of health and medical, among others.

Finalists for the Municipal Category are Cuenca, Batangas; Dalaguete, Cebu; Jaen, Nueva Ecija; Pandan, Catanduanez; Cabatuan, Ilo-Ilo; Aparri, Cagayan; Malalag, Davao del Sur; and, Asuncion, Davao del Norte.

For the City Category, the finalists include Escalante and El Salvador.

For the Provincial Category, the finalists are Ilocos Norte, Aurora, Palawan, Oriental Mindoro and Ilo-Ilo.

The final awarding and announcement of winners for the 1st Gawad Listahanan will be made on January 28, 2015 at the DSWD Batasan Complex, during the celebration of the Department’s  64th Anniversary.

The awardee for each category will receive a plaque citing the highlights of their contribution and significance of their partnership with the Department and a cash prize of P50,000. ###

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Be part of local development, DSWD urges Filipinos

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) urges Filipinos to join local development activities within their communities so they can become active participants in nation building.

“By participating in these activities that are critical to the development of their own communities, ordinary citizens can be heroes in their own way,” said DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman.

This was said in reference to the “bayanI Ka!” Awards of the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), one of the Department’s biggest poverty alleviation programs.

Kalahi-CIDSS uses the community-driven development (CDD) strategy, an approach that engages citizens in local development so that they themselves will be the ones to determine and implement what interventions they need that will help their communities respond to issues affecting their poverty situation.

By engaging citizens as volunteers and local government units, national government agencies, civil society organizations, and other relevant groups as partners, Kalahi-CIDSS ensures that every member of the community has a personal stake in development and should play roles to promote this.

The “bayanI Ka!” Awards are intended to recognize citizens, local government units at the provincial, municipal, and barangay levels, and program staff in their involvement in nation building, within their capacity, through their participation in Kalahi-CIDSS, which was scaled up into a national community-driven development program in 2013.

Winners of the “bayanI Ka!” awards come from varying backgrounds, such as Catherine Asi, a Muslim woman from Lanao del Norte who was instrumental in helping resolve peace issues between Christians and Muslims in the town of Kauswagan, and Surigao del Sur Governor Johnny Pimentel, who provides continuous support and encouragement for the mayors within his province to implement Kalahi-CIDSS because he believes in the power of citizen involvement.

Through the “bayanI Ka!” Awards, DSWD hopes to show Filipinos that everyone, and not just those directly involved in development, can actively participate and perform critical roles in development, regardless of gender, age, cultural background, or profession. ###

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