Teacher volunteers respond to crisis in Zamboanga City

Children evacuees from Divisoria Elementary School in Brgy. Divisoria, Zamboanga City actively participate in different therapy sessions held in school.

Children evacuees from Divisoria Elementary School in Brgy. Divisoria, Zamboanga City actively participate in different therapy sessions held in school.

The collaboration and coordination of the different government agencies, private organizations, and volunteer groups during the crisis was proven by the kindergarten teachers of Zamboanga City, who showed their unity and dedication to their profession by volunteering to teach, as well as render other services to the children caught in the armed conflict.

According to DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman, the volunteers play a big role in the current crisis in Zamboanga, helping in different ways, such as helping in the evacuation centers, food distribution, counseling services, medical assistance, and other services to the evacuees.  “The DSWD commends the volunteer workers in providing honest and committed service to the evacuees,” Secretary Soliman said.

Volunteer teachers from different elementary and secondary schools in Zamboanga City.

Volunteer teachers from different elementary and secondary schools in Zamboanga City.

The 30 volunteer teachers from Baliwasan Central School, Labuan Central School, Southern Support Command School, San Jose Gusu Elementary School, Maasin Elementary School, Don Gems School, Sargali Elementary School, Victoria Elementary School, Presa Elementary School, Sta. Barbara Elementary School, Curuan Elementary School at Mangga Elementary School, are holding special classes from September 20-21 for the children currently in Divisoria

Elementary School, one of the designated evacuation centers of the City Government.

Some 71 affected families with 360 persons are temporarily staying at Division Elementary School. They came from Barangays Sta. Catalina (47 families), Mampang (16 families) and Talon-talon (8 families).

According to Kimraza Irene S. Hadjirul, kindergarten teacher of Balisawan Central School, “it’s a big help to the children when they undergo activities that will lessen or make them forget the trauma they have experienced, as teachers we know that these children have been through painful and difficult experiences, just like their parents,” says Kimraza.

More than 100 children aged from 3 to 12 years old divided into two groups – (3-7 years old and 8-12 years old) in the evacuation center availed of story telling session, film showing, feeding program,  and other activities including painting, writing, reading, and artwork.

Free haircutting services to children-evacuees provided by volunteer hairdressers in the city.

Free haircutting services to children-evacuees provided by volunteer hairdressers in the city.

Free hair cutting sessions were also offered to evacuees at Division Elementary School. Three haircutters volunteered their services.

‘Oplan linis’ is being conducted at the evacuation center wherein children will be taught proper hygiene. They will also be provided with toothbrushes and toothpastes.

The activity culminates today with the teachers turning over the donations, which they have personally collected.

Sherwin Aputin, a teacher said, “We will continue to conduct these activities in other evacuation centers as needed. This is our way of helping the government through our collaboration with the DSWD.” # ##

 

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Teacher volunteers respond to crisis in Zamboanga City

Children evacuees from Divisoria Elementary School in Brgy. Divisoria, Zamboanga City actively participate in different therapy sessions held in school.

Children evacuees from Divisoria Elementary School in Brgy. Divisoria, Zamboanga City actively participate in different therapy sessions held in school.

The collaboration and coordination of the different government agencies, private organizations, and volunteer groups during the crisis was proven by the kindergarten teachers of Zamboanga City, who showed their unity and dedication to their profession by volunteering to teach, as well as render other services to the children caught in the armed conflict.

According to DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman, the volunteers play a big role in the current crisis in Zamboanga, helping in different ways, such as helping in the evacuation centers, food distribution, counseling services, medical assistance, and other services to the evacuees.  “The DSWD commends the volunteer workers in providing honest and committed service to the evacuees,” Secretary Soliman said.

Volunteer teachers from different elementary and secondary schools in Zamboanga City.

Volunteer teachers from different elementary and secondary schools in Zamboanga City.

The 30 volunteer teachers from Baliwasan Central School, Labuan Central School, Southern Support Command School, San Jose Gusu Elementary School, Maasin Elementary School, Don Gems School, Sargali Elementary School, Victoria Elementary School, Presa Elementary School, Sta. Barbara Elementary School, Curuan Elementary School at Mangga Elementary School, are holding special classes from September 20-21 for the children currently in Divisoria

Elementary School, one of the designated evacuation centers of the City Government.

Some 71 affected families with 360 persons are temporarily staying at Division Elementary School. They came from Barangays Sta. Catalina (47 families), Mampang (16 families) and Talon-talon (8 families).

According to Kimraza Irene S. Hadjirul, kindergarten teacher of Balisawan Central School, “it’s a big help to the children when they undergo activities that will lessen or make them forget the trauma they have experienced, as teachers we know that these children have been through painful and difficult experiences, just like their parents,” says Kimraza.

More than 100 children aged from 3 to 12 years old divided into two groups – (3-7 years old and 8-12 years old) in the evacuation center availed of story telling session, film showing, feeding program,  and other activities including painting, writing, reading, and artwork.

 

Free haircutting services to children-evacuees provided by volunteer hairdressers in the city.

Free haircutting services to children-evacuees provided by volunteer hairdressers in the city.

Free hair cutting sessions were also offered to evacuees at Division Elementary School. Three haircutters volunteered their services.

‘Oplan linis’ is being conducted at the evacuation center wherein children will be taught proper hygiene. They will also be provided with toothbrushes and toothpastes.

The activity culminates today with the teachers turning over the donations, which they have personally collected.

Sherwin Aputin, a teacher said, “We will continue to conduct these activities in other evacuation centers as needed. This is our way of helping the government through our collaboration with the DSWD.”  ##

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Rescued hostages rejoice after their sad plight with MNLF

Zamboanga City, September 22 – For the families of the hostages of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), nothing was more pleasing to hear than the announcement of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman that their loved ones are among those who have escaped from their captors.

Families rejoiced as Secretary Soliman loudly read the names of the 88 hostages who were about to be reunited with their loved ones after ten days in captivity.

Before finally joining their families, the 88 hostages were taken to Camp Batalla for Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD). CISD is a psycho-social intervention that helps persons cope with their traumatic experiences.

Secretary Soliman said that the CISD is necessary to ensure that the hostages will be relieved from all forms of stress to enable them to regain their normal social and mental functioning.

A 17- year old hostage from Zamboanga Sibugay, who was rescued during the crossfire, recounted how he and his fellow captives spent their days with the rebel group. “During the first two days, we were all crying and scared that we might get killed in the crossfire between government forces and the MNLF-Misuari faction.  After a few days, everyone seemed to have gotten used to the exchange of gunshots.” He also added that they were hopeful that they will soon be released but at the same time they conditioned themselves that each day might be their last.

The hostages and their loved ones were very emotional upon seeing each other.

“I cannot wait to see my son. During the days he was held captive by the MNLF, I could neither sleep nor eat well.  Finally, the long wait is over, I can already embrace my son and tell him how much we love him,” stated by a mother who waited for her son to be released.

Secretary Soliman was herself teary eyed as she announced the names of the hostages.

“I feel for the families who suffered the agony of waiting for their loved ones to return safely,” Secretary Soliman said.

Secretary Soliman said she was pleased to see the smiles on the faces of the hostages and their respective parents. ###

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Rescued hostages rejoice after their sad plight with MNLF

A 17 year-old boy, who was among the 88 hostages rescued from captivity, was very emotional from being reunited with his loved ones.

A 17 year-old boy, who was among the 88 hostages rescued from captivity, was very emotional from being reunited with his loved ones.

Zamboanga City, September 22 – For the families of the hostages of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), nothing was more pleasing to hear than the announcement of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman that their loved ones are among those who have escaped from their captors.

Families rejoiced as Secretary Soliman loudly read the names of the 88 hostages who were about to be reunited with their loved ones after ten days in captivity.

Before finally joining their families, the 88 hostages were taken to Camp Batalla for Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD). CISD is a psycho-social intervention that helps persons cope with their traumatic experiences.

Secretary Soliman said that the CISD is necessary to ensure that the hostages will be relieved from all forms of stress to enable them to regain their normal social and mental functioning.

A 17- year old hostage from Zamboanga Sibugay, who was rescued during the crossfire, recounted how he and his fellow captives spent their days with the rebel group. “During the first two days, we were all crying and scared that we might get killed in the crossfire between government forces and the MNLF-Misuari faction.  After a few days, everyone seemed to have gotten used to the exchange of gunshots.” He also added that they were hopeful that they will soon be released but at the same time they conditioned themselves that each day might be their last.

The hostages and their loved ones were very emotional upon seeing each other.

“I cannot wait to see my son. During the days he was held captive by the MNLF, I could neither sleep nor eat well.  Finally, the long wait is over, I can already embrace my son and tell him how much we love him,” stated by a mother who waited for her son to be released.

Secretary Soliman was herself teary eyed as she announced the names of the hostages.

“I feel for the families who suffered the agony of waiting for their loved ones to return safely,” Secretary Soliman said.

Secretary Soliman said she was pleased to see the smiles on the faces of the hostages and their respective parents. ###

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Total number of evacuees remains at 118,819 – DSWD

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman (right) delivers her update on the relief assistance provided to evacuees while Zamboanga City Mayor Isabel Climaco-Salazar attentively listens during the Press Conferecne held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod of Zamboanga.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman (right) delivers her update on the relief assistance provided to evacuees while Zamboanga City Mayor Isabel Climaco-Salazar attentively listens during the Press Conferecne held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod of Zamboanga.

Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman yesterday reported that the total number of affected families remains at 118,819 persons or 23,794 families as most part of city outside the conflict area is starting to go back to normalcy.

In a press conference held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod in Zamboanga City, Secretary Soliman further reported that there are 20,643 families or 111,162 persons inside the 57 evacuation centers, while there are 11,979 families or 71,265 persons occupying at the Joaquin Enriquez Memorial Sports Complex or grandstand.

“We have enough food for the evacuees.  DSWD is providing 105,458 cooked meals daily complemented by Philippine Red Cross 10,000 pack meals, and City Government 12,500 family food packs with cooking kitchen utilities to evacuees at Joaquin Enriquez Memorial Sports Complex,” Secretary Soliman assured.

Other evacuation centers are served with either cooked food or family food packs.

Secretary Soliman stressed that DSWD is strictly allowing only those evacuees with access cards to enter the evacuation centers, to make sure that everyone is being served and secured as well.

“We are closely coordinating and working for community-based and home-based relief assistance through barangay officials and Zamboanga City government to ensure that everyone is served. We are also assisted by the police for the security and safety of evacuees,” Secretary Soliman added.

As of press time, the DSWD allocated a total of P62 million worth of relief assistance. This already includes cash allocations and food and non-food items shipped from DSWD NROC, Regions 7, 10, 11, 12, and CARAGA since day one of the crisis. In addition, the local government unit, and Non-Government Organizations provide relief assistance to the evacuees.

The DSWD likewise released an amount of P35M today for the continuing relief assistance for the evacuees in Zamboanga City.

Food Assistance

ac7Analiza Jul, 30, a resident of Sta. Catalina, expressed her contentment over the government’s services.  Her family with five (5) kids left their home in fear of being caught in the crossfire.

Masaya ako ngayon na  ligtas at  maayos na  nakakakain ang mga anak  ko ng tatlong beses isang araw dito sa grandstand (I am happy that my children are safe and are nourished three times a day here at grandstand),” Jul shared.

Jul, who is staying at the grandstand, said she was pleased when DSWD started rationing pandesal for breakfast.  Her children have been asking her for bread but there was no store open even if she has the money to buy.

She added that her children are also attending the supervised neighborhood play (SNP) sessions being held at the temporary day care center.  Supplementary feeding is also conducted at the center to ensure that kids are receiving proper nutrition aside from the regular cooked meals provided to them.

 

 Cash for work

ac2The DSWD has released payment for the initial 150 Cash-for-Work grantees.  Among the recipients were Omar Hasan and Totoh Sakandal from Barangay Sta. Catalina.

Omar Hasan, who received P450 for his three (3) days of work, said,   “Pambili ko ito ng gatas para sa anak ko (I will buy milk for my children with this).” Omar and his wife and three children with her wife left their home in Sta. Catalina on the fifth day of the crisis to keep their children out of harm’s way.

Totoh, also of Sta. Catalina said, “Nagpapasalamat po talaga ako na nasali ako sa Cash-For-Work” at may natanggap ako ngayon na para ipambili ng ibang kakailanganin (I’m really thankful I was included in the cash-for-work program.  I can now buy our other needs).”

Ms. Agapita Bendoy, DSWD social worker manning the community kitchen at the grandstand said that the cash-for-work grantees rendered 4-5 days of work.  They were given P210 per day, which is equivalent to 75 percent of the prevailing regional daily wage to help out in the community kitchen.  According to Bendoy, women workers helped out in the cooking while the men were tasked in the washing of kitchen utensils, cooking, transporting of goods and cleaning the area.

Prayer Tents for Muslim brothers/sisters

ac12Prayer tents were set-up at the grandstand evacuation center to cater to the spiritual needs of the Islam believers/moslem followers among the evacuees.

Salaman Imlana, who frequents the place for his daily prayers said that aboutac4 100-150 Muslim evacuees gather at the said tent during prayer time which is every 5 am, 12 noon, 3 pm, 6 pm, and 7 pm.

“Nagpapasalamat ako na nagtatag tayo ng ganitong lugar dito sa evacuation center (I am thankful that they have provided this place in the evacuation center),” Imlana concluded. ###

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Total number of evacuees remains at 118,819 – DSWD

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman (right) delivers her update on the relief assistance provided to evacuees while Zamboanga City Mayor Isabel Climaco-Salazar attentively listens during the Press Conferecne held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod of Zamboanga.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman (right) delivers her update on the relief assistance provided to evacuees while Zamboanga City Mayor Isabel Climaco-Salazar attentively listens during the Press Conferecne held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod of Zamboanga.

Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman yesterday reported that the total number of affected families remains at 118,819 persons or 23,794 families as most part of city outside the conflict area is starting to go back to normalcy.

In a press conference held yesterday at the Sangguniang Panglunsod in Zamboanga City, Secretary Soliman further reported that there are 20,643 families or 111,162 persons inside the 57 evacuation centers, while there are 11,979 families or 71,265 persons occupying at the Joaquin Enriquez Memorial Sports Complex or grandstand.

 “We have enough food for the evacuees.  DSWD is providing 105,458 cooked meals daily complemented by Philippine Red Cross 10,000 pack meals, and City Government 12,500 family food packs with cooking kitchen utilities to evacuees at Joaquin Enriquez Memorial Sports Complex,” Secretary Soliman assured.

Other evacuation centers are served with either cooked food or family food packs.

Secretary Soliman stressed that DSWD is strictly allowing only those evacuees with access cards to enter the evacuation centers, to make sure that everyone is being served and secured as well.

“We are closely coordinating and working for community-based and home-based relief assistance through barangay officials and Zamboanga City government to ensure that everyone is served. We are also assisted by the police for the security and safety of evacuees,” Secretary Soliman added.

As of press time, the DSWD allocated a total of P62 million worth of relief assistance. This already includes cash allocations and food and non-food items shipped from DSWD NROC, Regions 7, 10, 11, 12, and CARAGA since day one of the crisis. In addition, the local government unit, and Non-Government Organizations provide relief assistance to the evacuees.

The DSWD likewise released an amount of P35M today for the continuing relief assistance for the evacuees in Zamboanga City.

Food Assistance

ac7Analiza Jul, 30, a resident of Sta. Catalina, expressed her contentment over the government’s services.  Her family with five (5) kids left their home in fear of being caught in the crossfire.

Masaya ako ngayon na  ligtas at  maayos na  nakakakain ang mga anak  ko ng tatlong beses isang araw dito sa grandstand (I am happy that my children are safe and are nourished three times a day here at grandstand),” Jul shared.

Jul, who is staying at the grandstand, said she was pleased when DSWD started rationing pandesal for breakfast.  Her children have been asking her for bread but there was no store open even if she has the money to buy.

She added that her children are also attending the supervised neighborhood play (SNP) sessions being held at the temporary day care center.  Supplementary feeding is also conducted at the center to ensure that kids are receiving proper nutrition aside from the regular cooked meals provided to them.

 Cash for work

ac2The DSWD has released payment for the initial 150 Cash-for-Work grantees.  Among the recipients were Omar Hasan and Totoh Sakandal from Barangay Sta. Catalina.

Omar Hasan, who received P450 for his three (3) days of work, said,   “Pambili ko ito ng gatas para sa anak ko (I will buy milk for my children with this).” Omar and his wife and three children with her wife left their home in Sta. Catalina on the fifth day of the crisis to keep their children out of harm’s way.

Totoh, also of Sta. Catalina said, “Nagpapasalamat po talaga ako na nasali ako sa Cash-For-Work” at may natanggap ako ngayon na para ipambili ng ibang kakailanganin (I’m really thankful I was included in the cash-for-work program.  I can now buy our other needs).”

Ms. Agapita Bendoy, DSWD social worker manning the community kitchen at the grandstand said that the cash-for-work grantees rendered 4-5 days of work.  They were given P210 per day, which is equivalent to 75 percent of the prevailing regional daily wage to help out in the community kitchen.  According to Bendoy, women workers helped out in the cooking while the men were tasked in the washing of kitchen utensils, cooking, transporting of goods and cleaning the area.

                                                        Prayer Tents for Muslim brothers/sisters

ac12Prayer tents were set-up at the grandstand evacuation center to cater to the spiritual needs of the Islam believers/moslem followers among the evacuees.

ac4Salaman Imlana, who frequents the place for his daily prayers said that about 100-150 Muslim evacuees gather at the said tent during prayer time which is every 5 am, 12 noon, 3 pm, 6 pm, and 7 pm.

“Nagpapasalamat ako na nagtatag tayo ng ganitong lugar dito sa evacuation center (I am thankful that they have provided this place in the evacuation center),” Imlana concluded. ###

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Sec Soliman happily listens to children-evacuees as they sing “Zambo Hermosa,” the City’s hymn

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Lactating social worker breastfeeds babies in evacuation center in Zamboanga City

Evalinda Jimeno happily breastfeeds a baby at the grandstand evacuation center.

Evalinda Jimeno happily breastfeeds a baby at the grandstand evacuation center.

More than two weeks ago, when the outbreak started in Zamboanga City, thousands of families were greatly affected in the dispute between the government forces and the MNLF. Most of the families who have evacuated are those with children. With empty handed, as their houses were burned during the conflict incident. Evacuees flocked to grandstand gymnasium carrying only a few things. Anxious and worried, these affected families seem to be helpless.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development deployed Social Workers to facilitate the emergency needs of the evacuees, from registration of evacuees to distribution of relief goods. These were just some of the tasks that our dedicated social workers extend to the displaced families.

As an emergency response to selected hungry babies in the evacuation center, a social worker from Zamboanga Sibugay, who is a lactating mother, offered herself to breastfeed babies while registering evacuees for the family access card. In an interview, Evalinda Jimeno, a social worker officer shared that she choose to give immediate remedy to some mothers who is in dire need of milk for their babies. Jimeno added that although the department have enough supply of milk for children ages 0-6 years old it is still better to encourage mothers to continue breast feeding. “As a social worker, we should be continuously exploring possible intervention to cater the needs of the clients”. ###

 

 

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