DSWD offers ‘Balik-Probinsiya’ for ‘Yolanda’ survivors

As Eastern Visayas is recovering back into normalcy two months after the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) announced that it is now providing transportation assistance to survivors who came to Manila for temporary refuge.

A total of 5,572 displaced families or 23,489 individuals arrived in Metro Manila from November 16, 2013 to January 2, 2014 during the ‘Oplan Salubong’ Operations at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City.

DSWD-National Capital Region (NCR) Field Office social workers are currently assessing those who have signified their interest to return to their respective hometowns through the DSWD’s ‘Balik Probinsya’ program.

As of January 15, 2014, some P7 million has been disbursed by the Department for the transportation needs of 1,250 families or 6,250 individuals since December 20, 2013.

DSWD-NCR is continuously assessing the remaining Yolanda survivors to avail of the Balik-Probinsiya program. ###

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DSWD receives more donations for ‘Yolanda’ survivors

(Left photo) Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Operations Office (DRRROO) Director Thelsa Biolena accepts the US$1,642,082.04 check donation from Thailand through Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alberto del Rosario, as Thai Ambassador to the Philippines Prasas Prasasvinitchai looks on.

(Right photo) Another US$200 check is handed to Dir. Biolena  by Office of Asian and Pacific Affairs (ASPAC) Executive Director Bernardita Catalla. The  donation came from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Lao PDR Resident  Representative Minh Pham and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Lao PDR Country Manager Stefania Dina.

Both check donations which were turned over to DSWD yesterday are intended for victims of ‘Yolanda’.

As of January 21, 2014, DSWD has received a total of P72,418,737.60 local donations and US$17,672,759.55 foreign donations for ‘Yolanda’ survivors.

DSWD is thankful for the numerous initiatives of local and foreign donors  to help the victims of  the super typhoon. ###

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DSWD receives more donations for ‘Yolanda’ survivors

donation(Left photo) Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Operations Office (DRRROO) Director Thelsa Biolena accepts the US$1,642,082.04 check donation from Thailand through Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alberto del Rosario, as Thai Ambassador to the Philippines Prasas Prasasvinitchai looks on.

(Right photo) Another US$200 check is handed to Dir. Biolena  by Office of Asian and Pacific Affairs (ASPAC) Executive Director Bernardita Catalla. The  donation came from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Lao PDR Resident  Representative Minh Pham and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Lao PDR Country Manager Stefania Dina.

Both check donations which were turned over to DSWD yesterday are intended for victims of ‘Yolanda’.

As of January 21, 2014, DSWD has received a total of P72,418,737.60 local donations and US$17,672,759.55 foreign donations for ‘Yolanda’ survivors.

DSWD is thankful for the numerous initiatives of local and foreign donors  to help the victims of  the super typhoon. ###

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DSWD, LGUs provide P59 million-worth of relief to ‘Agaton’ victims

A total of  P59 million-worth of relief goods have been provided  to the families affected by  heavy rains and floods spawned by Tropical Depression Agaton in most parts of Mindanao.

The amount comes from the combined resources of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) with P15,765, 498.92,  local government units (LGUs) in CARAGA Region with P2,441,627.60 and Region XI with P43,272,322.60.

As of  12:00 noon today, DSWD continues to assist 26,144 family-evacuees composed of 121,876 individuals in the existing 354
evacuation centers located in the provinces of Dinagat Islands, Surigao Del Norte, Surigao Del Sur, and Surigao City in CARAGA;
Misamis Oriental in Region X; and, Compostela Valley, Davao Del Norte and Davao Del Sur in Region XI.

Likewise, some 47, 301 families or 238,148 individuals who opted to stay at their relatives’ and friends’ houses were  provided family packs.

Social Welfare and Development (SWAD) Teams in the affected regions remain on-field to assist LGU social workers  manage the evacuation centers and to assess the impact of the disaster. ###

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Sec. Soliman highlights support of DSWD partners for vulnerable sectors

United Nations Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) Country representative in the Philippines Bernard Kerblat gives his response after being awarded as one of the Best International Donors of DSWD.

United Nations Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) Country representative in the Philippines Bernard Kerblat gives his response after being awarded as one of the Best International Donors of DSWD.

“The past year really tested the mettle of the men and women of the Department  of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) who were out there in the field assisting the survivors of various disasters which struck our country in succession. We hurdled the herculean task through the solid and generous support of all of you – our dear partners and colleagues, so you rightly deserve this recognition.”

This was the message of DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman during the “PaNata Ko sa Bayan Awards or “PAgkilala sa NATAtanging KOntribusyon sa Bayan” Awards which was one of the activities that marked the 63rd Founding Anniversary Celebration of the Department on Thursday.

PaNata Ko sa Bayan Awards confers   recognition to international and local development partners, non-government organizations (NGOs), local government units (LGUs), People’s Organizations (POs), media persons and organizations, as well as individuals who have selflessly dedicated their time, talent and resources to help the Department carry out its mandate of improving the lives of the disadvantaged sector of society.

Bernard Kerblat, United National High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Country Representative responded on behalf of all the awardees.

“I congratulate the red jacketed–army, the employees of DSWD for being at the forefront during  disasters. We are inspired by your resiliency and endurance. In behalf of the UNCHR, I pledge our continuous support in all of your endeavors,” Kerblat stated.

Sec. Soliman urged the awardees to continue their solidarity with the Department in providing assistance to the vulnerable sectors to enable them to rise from their situation.

The awardees are the following:

•       Donors – International Organizations

o   International Organization for Migration (IOM)
o   United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
o   United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
o   Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)
o   Asian Development Bank (ADB)
o   Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)
o   United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
o   United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
o   United Nations World Food Programme (UNWFP)
o   Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
o   Agencia Española de Cooperacion Internacional Para El Desarollo (AECID)

•      Donors – Corporate Institutions/Local Organizations

o   SM Foundation, Inc.
o   Kabisig ng Kalahi, Inc.
o   Petron Foundation, Inc.
o   Phil Seven Foundation
o   International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
o   Lina Group of Companies
o   San Miguel Corporation
o   MAYNILAD Water
o   Mister Donut/Richard Yang
o   MVP Group of Companies

•       Best Volunteer Organizations

o   US Peace Corps
o   Tzu Chi Foundation, Inc.

Best Non-Government Organization

  • Love 146, Inc.
  • Gawad sa Makabagong Teknolohiyang Panlipunan
  • Coalition of Services for the Elderly (COSE)

Gawad Paglilingkod sa Sambayanan (GAPAS)

  • Municipality of Opol, Misamis Oriental
  • City of Pagadian, Zamboanga Del Sur
  • Municipality of Pilar, Surigao Del Norte (Siargao Islands)
  • Santiago Island SEA-K Workers Association of Bolinao (SISWAB) Pangasinan
  • Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines, Inc.,

 Gawad Ulat

The Philippine Star (Newspaper)
GMA News TV (Television)
DZRH (Radio)

Beat Reporters

Rainier Allan Ronda  (The Philippine Star)
Ellalyn De Vera  (Manila Bulletin)
Cynthia Balana (Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Leilani S. Junio  (Philippines News Agency)

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DSWD outstanding, loyal employees take center stage

(From Left to Right Photo): Sec. Corazon Soliman awards Director Adelina Apostol (center) as Best Manager , Ms. Evelyn Madrio as Best Social Worker, and Mr. Rogelio Ordonez for his 45 years of public service . Also in the picture is Undersecretary Mateo Montaño .

(From Left to Right Photo): Sec. Corazon Soliman awards Director Adelina Apostol (center) as Best Manager , Ms. Evelyn Madrio as Best Social Worker, and Mr. Rogelio Ordonez for his 45 years of public service . Also in the photo is Undersecretary Mateo Montaño .

Employees  of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) who showed exemplary performance in their respective fields took the limelight as they received their Plaques of Recognition from Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman during the Department’s 63rd Founding Anniversary Celebration on Thursday.

Leading the awardees for the Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (PRAISE) are Director Adelina S. Apostol of DSWD-Field Office III for Best Manager and Evelyn S. Madrio of DSWD-Field Office X for Best Social Worker.

Dir. Apostol was cited as Best Manager for her resourcefulness, innovativeness, and her networking and advocacy work.

Among her notable accomplishments include raising funds for the repair of the center for children with special needs; developing a three-year partnership with a Japanese Government-funded NGO for a capability-building program of houseparents/caregivers; tapping the Provincial Government of Pampanga for a donation of one covered court and a dormitory with beds and beddings which can accommodate 40 girls in a women’s center in Pampanga; implementing a monitoring strategy which aims to promote public governance; and, establishing an Inter-agency Regional Task Force for Bajaus.

Madrio, on the other hand, was recognized for her contributions in disaster relief programs.

The other PRAISE awardees who were recognized for their positive behaviour, work attitude, integrity as public servants, and excellent performance are:

Angelita B. Amista of Field Office CARAGA for Best Division Chief
(Technical Category);
Riduan P. Hadjimuddin of Field Office IX for Best Division Chief
(Support Category);
Naira S. Aratuc of Field Office XII for Best Technical Staff
(Professional Level);
Jennifer D. Ordonio of Field Office III for Best Technical Staff
(Sub-Professional Level);
Pio V. Japitana Field Office CARAGA for Best Support Staff
(Professional Level); and,
Olipio G. Albao of Field Office X for Best Support Staff
(Sub-Professional Level).

Aside from the PRAISE awardees, some 80 officials and employees who have rendered 10 to 45 years of dedicated service to the Department were accorded Loyalty Awards.

Rogelio Ordonez, a driver, was cited for his 45 years in public service.

The PRAISE and Loyalty Awards  were also among the highlights of the DSWD anniversary with the theme “DSWD @ 63: Kaagapay sa Pagbangon at Bagong Simula”. ###

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DSWD outstanding, loyal employees take center stage

(From Left to Right Photo): Sec. Corazon Soliman awards Director Adelina Apostol (center) as Best Manager , Ms. Evelyn Madrio as Best Social Worker, and Mr. Rogelio Ordonez for his 45 years of public service . Also in the picture is Undersecretary Mateo Montaño .

(From Left to Right Photo): Sec. Corazon Soliman awards Director Adelina Apostol (center) as Best Manager , Ms. Evelyn Madrio as Best Social Worker, and Mr. Rogelio Ordonez for his 45 years of public service . Also in the photo is Undersecretary Mateo Montaño .

Employees  of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) who showed exemplary performance in their respective fields took the limelight as they received their Plaques of Recognition from Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman during the Department’s 63rd Founding Anniversary Celebration on Thursday.

Leading the awardees for the Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (PRAISE) are Director Adelina S. Apostol of DSWD-Field Office III for Best Manager and Evelyn S. Madrio of DSWD-Field Office X for Best Social Worker.

Dir. Apostol was cited as Best Manager for her resourcefulness, innovativeness, and her networking and advocacy work.

Among her notable accomplishments include raising funds for the repair of the center for children with special needs; developing a three-year partnership with a Japanese Government-funded NGO for a capability-building program of houseparents/caregivers; tapping the Provincial Government of Pampanga for a donation of one covered court and a dormitory with beds and beddings which can accommodate 40 girls in a women’s center in Pampanga; implementing a monitoring strategy which aims to promote public governance; and, establishing an Inter-agency Regional Task Force for Bajaus.

Madrio, on the other hand, was recognized for her contributions in disaster relief programs.

The other PRAISE awardees who were recognized for their positive behaviour, work attitude, integrity as public servants, and excellent performance are:

Angelita B. Amista of Field Office CARAGA for Best Division Chief
(Technical Category);
Riduan P. Hadjimuddin of Field Office IX for Best Division Chief
(Support Category);
Naira S. Aratuc of Field Office XII for Best Technical Staff
(Professional Level);
Jennifer D. Ordonio of Field Office III for Best Technical Staff
(Sub-Professional Level);
Pio V. Japitana Field Office CARAGA for Best Support Staff
(Professional Level); and,
Olipio G. Albao of Field Office X for Best Support Staff
(Sub-Professional Level).

Aside from the PRAISE awardees, some 80 officials and employees who have rendered 10 to 45 years of dedicated service to the Department were accorded Loyalty Awards.

Rogelio Ordonez, a driver, was cited for his 45 years in public service.

The PRAISE and Loyalty Awards  were also among the highlights of the DSWD anniversary with the theme “DSWD @ 63: Kaagapay sa Pagbangon at Bagong Simula”. ###

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Pres. Aquino congratulates DSWD on its 63rd anniversary, encourages staff to continue doing good job

Pres. Aquino and Sec. Soliman read the wishes of the children survivors of Typhoon Yolanda during the celebration of DSWD’s 63rd Anniversary at the DSWD Central Office in Quezon City 

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