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DSWD ensures delivery of goods to ‘Ruby’-hit towns

A cargo truck is loaded with food packs from DSWD Field Office XI to be delivered to Eastern Visayas.

A cargo truck is loaded with food packs from DSWD Field Office XI to be delivered to Eastern Visayas.

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman  said today that all available means of transportation will be used to deliver goods in  all areas affected by Typhoon  Ruby.

“It is a challenge to deliver goods to areas affected by the typhoon as there are roads which remain impassable and communication signals are cut, but we are exerting our best effort. We should not let the survivors wait,” Sec. Soliman said.

Sec. Soliman said that five military trucks loaded with food packs were sent to Borongan, Eastern Samar last night to augment the resources of the local government units (LGUs) for ‘Ruby’ survivors.

DSWD will also send goods to Dolores town as soon as possible.

The goods being delivered by DSWD now are on top of those prepositioned before the typhoon entered the country.

“As early as Thursday last week, DSWD already delivered the first batch of relief goods to affected areas in preparation for the typhoon,” Sec. Soliman said.

She also instructed the Regional Directors of DSWD-Field Offices IX, X, XI, and CARAGA to send 15,000 family food packs each as augmentation to Eastern Visayas.

Likewise, as of 2 p.m. today,  a total of 1,694 family food packs are currently in Batangas Pier for transport to Oriental Mindoro, while another 1,694 food packs are in Sangley Point, Cavite  bound for Romblon.

To date, the total assistance extended to typhoon-affected families amounts to P60.71 million from the combined resources of DSWD with P53.72 million and LGUs with P6.99 million.

Some 231,995 families or 1,049,101 persons continue to stay in 3,640 evacuation centers in all affected regions.

In NCR , three evacuation centers in Manila, Navotas and Parañaque were opened to accommodate 111 families or 431 persons.

Call for volunteers

Meanwhile, DSWD continues to call for volunteers to help repack goods at its three relief hubs located at the National Resource Operations Center (NROC) along Chapel Road, Pasay City; Cebu International Convention Center along Guizo, Mandaue, Cebu City; and at the Sacred Heart Gymnasium along Gen Maxilom Ave. Cebu City.

Interested volunteers for NROC should first contact Prescilla Nitafan at 09084215334 or Marlyn Cumba at 09173149206 for scheduling of shifts.

For Cebu, interested individuals and groups are requested to coordinate with Jo Belontindos at 09391748342.

At least 450 volunteers per shift of eight hours are needed at NROC to repack 100,000 food packs for distribution to affected local government units in Metro Manila, Central Luzon, Southern Luzon, and MIMAROPA. ###

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DSWD calls for volunteers to repack goods

mapnrocThe Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is calling on volunteers to help repack goods at the National Resource Operations Center (NROC) along Chapel Road, Pasay City, beside the Air Transportation Office (ATO).

Interested volunteers are strongly advised to contact Prescilla Nitafan at 09084215334 or Marlyn Cumba at 09173149206 for scheduling of shifts.

NROC is open 24 hours but discourages walk-in volunteers to prevent overcrowding at the warehouse.

DSWD reminds volunteers to bring extra food and clothing during their schedule.

Volunteers are given orientation on repacking rules and regulations before their actual duty.

Likewise, volunteers are needed for the Cebu Hub located at the Cebu International Convention Center (CICC). Interested individuals and groups are requested to coordinate with Jo Belontindos at 09391748342. ###

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DSWD to send more relief to ‘Ruby’-hit areas

Sec. Soliman visits the repacking of goods at the Cebu International Convention Center, DSWD's central hub for disaster operations in Visayas and Mindanao.

Sec. Soliman visits the repacking of goods at the Cebu International Convention Center, DSWD’s central hub for disaster operations in Visayas and Mindanao.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will deliver anytime today via C130 some 10,000 food packs from the Cebu International Convention Center (CICC)  to Borongan, Eastern Samar to augment the resources of the local government units (LGU) for survivors of Typhoon Ruby.

Strategically located, the CICC is the central coordination point and a relief hub for disaster operations in Visayas and Mindanao.

DSWD targets to deliver around 100,000 additional food packs to Eastern Samar.

It is also calling on volunteers for the Cebu Hub, to help in the repacking. Interested volunteers may call Jo Belontindos at 09391748342.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman was in Cebu yesterday to oversee the operations of the hub.

More relief deliveries

Meanwhile, National Resource Operations Center (NROC) in Pasay City will provide augmentation support to Bicol Region, Southern Luzon, MIMAROPA, Central Luzon, and Metro Manila where ‘Ruby’ will also pass through. NROC shall maintain 100,000 food packs at all times.

Yesterday, NROC transported 6,720 food packs and several non-food items to the Bicol Region using five trucks from the World Food Programme (WFP).

Likewise, some 1,687 food packs were transported to Office of Civil Defense Warehouse in Batangas City for distribution to Calapan, Oriental Mindoro, and another 1,687 food packs to Sangley Point in Cavite for distribution to Romblon.

NROC has also allocated available food packs for prepositioning activities in Central Luzon with 10,000 packs, MIMAROPA with 20,000, and Southern Luzon with 5,000.

As of 7 am today, the total assistance extended to typhoon-affected families is P12.2 million from the combined resources of DSWD with P10.7 million and LGUs with P1.5 million.

 Evacuation centers

To date, a total of 104,658 families or 352,799 persons have fled their homes and sought temporary shelter in 1,758 evacuation centers in typhoon-hit areas.

DSWD social workers continue to assist LGUs in managing the evacuation centers especially along provision of hot meals, distribution of food packs, conduct of play therapy for children, and profiling of evacuees.

Meanwhile, members of the DSWD Quick Response Teams (QRT) continue to coordinate with local disaster councils to monitor and assess the extent of the disaster, and to identify other services needed by the affected families. ###

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LGUs now repacking goods for faster distribution – DSWD

Redemptorist Church evacuation center in Tacloban City.  At the church's entrance is an information/ evacuation management center manned by people from the LGU of Tacloban.

Redemptorist Church evacuation center in Tacloban City. At the church’s entrance is an information/ evacuation management center manned by people from the LGU of Tacloban.

Department of Social Welfare and Development DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said that food and rice supplies have been prepositioned to all local government units (LGUs) along Typhoon Ruby’s path for their repacking to ensure the faster distribution of goods to those who will be affected by the disaster.

“We have learned our lesson during Typhoon Yolanda when distribution of food packs was delayed because these have to be repacked first before given to LGUs.  Hence, we have already provided the relief goods for the LGUs to repack,” Sec. Soliman said.

Kung meron pang hindi nabibigyan ng relief goods sa mga LGUs sa dadaanan ni ‘Ruby’, maaring ipagbigay alam agad sa aming ahensya (If there are LGUs which have not received relief goods,  please immediately inform our agency),”  Sec. Soliman said.

The Secretary also urged local chief executives to immediately distribute relief goods to their constituents who are now in evacuation centers as a result of the pre-emptive evacuation.

DSWD-Field Office VIII has prepositioned relief goods to all provinces of Eastern Visayas.

Director Nestor Ramos said that a total of 11,050 sacks of rice at 50 kg. each has already been prepositioned to the Provincial Action Teams through the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Offices (PSWDO).

Eastern Samar province  where ‘Ruby’ is estimated to make its landfall this evening, received 4,750 sacks of rice for their PSWDO and municipalities including Hernani, Lawaan, Oras, Salcedo, Maydolong, Gen MacArthur, Giporlos, Balangkayan, Can-avid, Jipapad, Taft, Balangiga, and Maslog.

On the other hand, Leyte was allotted 3,800 sacks of rice for the municipalities of Barugo, Sta. Fe, Baybay, Capoocan, Kananga, Julita, Mayorga, Palompon, San Miguel, Dagami, La Paz, Dulag and Babatngon.

Northern Samar PSWDO got 1,000 sacks of rice while Samar received 1,500 sacks for Marabut and Basey towns.

DSWD will augment the distribution of rice packs while the provision of canned goods has become the provincial government’s counterpart.

The Field Office has 25,000 standby food packs. Continuous repacking of relief goods is being done at the DSWD Tacloban Hub.

Furthermore, a warehouse at Palompon, Leyte, has also been opened where goods for Southern Leyte and the Biliran Province have been prepositioned.

Repacking hubs

Although the DSWD has already downloaded relief supplies to the LGUs, continuous repacking is being done at the designated hubs and at the National Resource Operations Center in Pasay City to augment the supplies of the  regions.

Sec. Soliman announced that Cebu, being strategically located, is the major repacking hub for faster and easier distribution of relief goods to provinces to be affected.

Other repacking hubs are at the DSWD-Field Offices  XI, XII, and CARAGA.

Pre-emptive evacuation

In anticipation of typhoon ‘Ruby’s landfall, the affected local government units (LGUs) have conducted pre-emptive and forced evacuation of residents living near danger zones, such as coastal and low-lying areas.

To date, 14 evacuation centers are open in MIMAROPA  temporarily housing 231 families or 837 persons,  34 in Western Visayas serving  1,364 families or 5,845 persons, 123 in Central Visayas providing temporary shelter to 8,391 families or 33,642 individuals, 196  in Eastern Visayas serving 16,530 families with 80,219 persons,  and 229  in CARAGA with 9,777 families or 40,206 individuals.

Mobilization 

As part of its intensified disaster response preparation, an orientation on disaster response and management was held today at the DSWD  Central Office in Batasan Hills, Quezon City for employees who volunteered to be deployed in regions to be hit by ‘Ruby’.

DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera oriented the employees on their roles and responsibilities upon deployment.

“Disaster management aims to save lives and property, minimize costs of damage, organize work/action among players, and speed up reconstruction and rehabilitation of areas devastated by disasters,” Assec. Cabrera explained.

Assec. Cabrera also reminded the employees to be sure that they are ready for such deployment.

“You must be physically and mentally fit, and your families ready for your deployment to disaster stricken regions,” she said.

The first batch of employees will leave via C-130 tomorrow morning and will be deployed for a minimum of 10 days. ### (DSWD-Social Marketing Service) December 6, 2014

 

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DSWD beefs up disaster response preps for ‘Ruby’

Two days before the forecasted landfall of Typhoon Ruby, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has intensified its disaster response preparations  as it continues to preposition relief goods at the Local Government Units (LGU) and facilitates evacuation of families fin critical areas.

Based on the latest weather bulletin, ‘Ruby’ is projected to make its first landfall in Eastern Samar on Saturday and will affect Southern Luzon, MIMAROPA, Bicol Region, Western, Central, and Eastern Visayas.

Presently, there are 120 evacuation centers in Eastern Visayas and CARAGA, currently serving 6,293 families or 30,494 individuals.

Prepositioned goods

A total of 216,756 family food packs worth P71.4 million are available and prepositioned in DSWD-Field Offices along the typhoon’s path.

Likewise, non-food items amounting to P104 million  are also ready for distribution to LGUs to be hit by ‘Ruby’.

Standby funds amounting to P8.5 million has been earmarked for the purchase of emergency relief supplies, when needed.

To ensure the adequate supply of goods and their speedy distribution to affected families, DSWD has adopted the system of providing LGUs with warehouses bulk goods which they can already repack.

DSWD, in turn, will strengthen its monitoring system to ensure that the relief goods prepositioned at the LGU level will go to rightful beneficiaries.

DSWD-Field Office VIII has currently employed this system, distributing the goods for repacking of the LGUs.

To date, prepositioned goods were delivered to the provinces of Eastern Samar, Leyte, Northern Samar, and Samar areas with a total of 10,250 sacks of 50-kg rice and 15,000 boxes of canned goods.

Pre-emptive evacuation

DSWD-Field Offices along ‘Ruby’s’ path are now coordinating with LGUs for the pre-emptive evacuation of residents of coastal and low-lying areas.

In Region VI, pre-emptive evacuation was ordered in the municipality of Concepcion, Iloilo for all residents in Baliguian Island.

Likewise, residents in the coastal barangay in Tubajon, Dinagat province are waiting to be evacuated.

The LGUs of Tacloban City, Catbalongan, and Pinabacadao in Samar also conducted pre-emptive evacuation.

DSWD is also coordinating with LGUs for the list of all evacuation centers available at the barangay, municipal, city, and provincial level to facilitate the speedy movement of families in safer areas.

Repacking

As part of its intensified preparations, the Department has also beefed up its repacking of goods.

DSWD is also currently coordinating with some schools in Metro Manila to serve as repacking hubs, similar to what was done at the height of Typhoon Yolanda disaster operations.

Disaster teams

All Quick Response Teams in DSWD-Field Offices along the typhoon’s path are on alert to assess and monitor the extent of the disaster and to help LGUs identify other appropriate services for survivors.

As part of the Department’s strengthened disaster response,   personnel from other DSWD-Field Offices are being mobilized for deployment to assist in disaster operations.

DSWD is also in close coordination with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) , Philippine National Police (PNP), and other volunteers for logistic support in the eventuality of rescue and immediate disaster response.###

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DSWD braces for ‘Hagupit’

With Tropical Storm Hagupit forecasted by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) tomorrow,  the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  is on alert status to prepare for needed relief supplies to augment resources of local government units to be affected by the weather disturbance.

DSWD has prepositioned 270,574 family food packs worth P18 million.  Other food and non-food items amounting to more than P270 million are also on standby in the regional offices.

Moreover, as part of the Department’s strengthened precautionary measure, all DSWD-Field Offices already have standby funds amounting  to  P18,000,711.68 for the purchase of emergency relief supplies.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said that the Department has adequate stockpile of commodities and standby funds for relief operations at the national and regional levels.

She also said that the preparation being undertaken is part of the Department’s strengthened disaster response program, especially that ‘Hagupit’ is forecasted to be slow and strong.

The regional Quick Response Teams have also been activated and have started to coordinate with local government units for steps to be taken like pre-emptive evacuation, if necessary.

According to PAGASA, ‘Hagupit’ is expected to make landfall in Eastern Visayas and will cut across Central and Western Visayas.

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KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP nets awards in recent DSWD Scorecard Summit

(Left Photo) KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP received this trophy for garnering 1st Place for its "e-RFR na iyan!" entry during the recently concluded Scorecard Summit of DSWD. (Right Photo) The panel of judges, composed of (from L-R) Institute for Solidarity in Asia Executive Director Christian Zaens, DSWD Assistant Secretary Javier Jimenez, and National Economic Development Authority Supervising Economic Development Specialist April Mendoza evaluate one of the presentations during the Scorecard Summit.

(Left Photo) KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP received this trophy for garnering 1st Place for its “e-RFR na iyan!” entry during the recently concluded Scorecard Summit of DSWD. (Right Photo) The panel of judges, composed of (from L-R) Institute for Solidarity in Asia Executive Director Christian Zaens, DSWD Assistant Secretary Javier Jimenez, and National Economic Development Authority Supervising Economic Development Specialist April Mendoza evaluate one of the presentations during the Scorecard Summit.

Mandaluyong City – Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services-National Community-Driven Development Program (KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP), one of the major poverty alleviation programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) recently hit big during the Agency’s 1st Scorecard Summit, held on November 25-27 in this city.

The Scorecard Summit is an annual event that is intended to serve as an avenue to recognize and exchange good and innovative ideas and practices, particularly in strategy execution to help the DSWD achieve its strategic goals: to improve the well-being of 2.3 million families covered by Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, the conditional cash transfer program of the Agency; to increase the number of Listahanan-identified poor families covered by at least two social welfare and development programs and services from 3.9 to 5.2 million by 2016; and, to increase the number of cities and municipalities having a fully-functioning local social welfare and development office to 40 provinces by 2016.

All three entries of KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP gained a spot in the Scorecard Summit.

The program’s “e-RFR na iyan!” presentation was awarded first place under “Fresh Tweaks”, a category which refers to “proposed ideas that have not yet been tested but found to be logical and practical”.

The presentation “e-RFR na iyan!” pertains to the electronic Request for Funds Release (e-RFR) system that KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP will utilize to enable an error-free and faster release of funds at the community level for their sub-project implementation.

As a community-driven development program, KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP puts power back in the hands of the people by allowing them to identify and implement sub-projects they need to address their community’s most pressing needs, as well as manage the funds they will be utilizing to implement the said sub-project.

The e-RFR will not only hasten the process of funds release to communities, it will also prevent the co-mingling of funds, as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, the fund sources of the program, prohibit this.

The two other presentations from KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP were “ICEDROP Kayo Diyan!”, which was awarded 2nd place under Fresh Tweaks, and “Disaster response does not mean disastrous response”, which garnered 3rd place under the Good Practices category.

The former refers to Intervening Crisis and Emergency Disaster Response Operations Procedures (ICEDROP), the system KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP developed so that it can implement faster and respond more effectively to the needs of ‘Yolanda’-affected municipalities.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP was identified as one of the post-disaster recovery and rehabilitation programs following ‘Yolanda’, said to be the strongest disaster to hit the world. Out of its 847 target communities, 554 were affected by the typhoon.

The latter entry is also ‘Yolanda’-related, being a presentation that showed the coordination work that the KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP used in serving as one of the response teams in Eastern Visayas following the typhoon.

The second place for Fresh Tweaks went to the Human Resource Development Bureau’s entry on the Build and Recognize the Achievement and Value the Excellence (BRAVE) Awards, which proposes the recognition of the efforts made by Memorandum of Agreement workers of the DSWD.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP National Program Manager Chi Redaja thanked the Office of Strategy Management (OSM), which spearheaded the activity, for recognizing the innovations made by the program.

“These will serve as an inspiration for us to continue to develop more innovations in KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP”, she said.
Meanwhile, the 1st place for Good Practices goes to DSWD Field Office from the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) for their Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens-Information System (SPIC-IS), which ensures the efficiency in the delivery of the social pension stipend received by senior citizens through DSWD.

Second place went to DSWD Field Office III for its Family Scorecard (FSC), a case management tool designed to help survival-level Pantawid Pamilya families, classified as the poorest of the poor, identify the areas that they need to develop to improve the status of their household.

Tied with KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP on 3rd place for the Good Practices category is the “Barangay Action Committee” entry of DSWD Regional Office II, which refers to the partnership of DSWD with barangay officials to improve the compliance rate of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries within the region.

Each entry was presented and defended before a panel of judges, which was composed of DSWD Assistant Secretary Javier Jimenez, Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) Executive Director Christian Zaens, and National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Supervising Economic Development Specialist April Mendoza.

Mendoza congratulated the presenters on their presentations, saying that the innovations will contribute to improving service delivery to the clients of the DSWD. ###

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DSWD successfully holds nationwide bazaar of Pantawid Pamilya, livelihood beneficiaries

Ms. Evelyn Cafon, 39, a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary from Lambahak, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, selling bags and accessories made of indigenous materials like T'nalak and beads at the PaskuJuan Bazaar in Araneta Center. Photo shows Evelyn explaining the products made by the beneficiaries in Lake Sebu to Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman and other patrons. Left photo shows the Secretary and Sustainable Livelihood Program Director Georgina Ann Hernandez pose with the Pantawid Pamilya women-beneficiaries from Marikina who won in the Paligsayahan talent contest.

Ms. Evelyn Cafon, 39, a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary from Lambahak, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, selling bags and accessories made of indigenous materials like T’nalak and beads at the PaskuJuan Bazaar in Araneta Center. Photo shows Evelyn explaining the products made by the beneficiaries in Lake Sebu to Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman and other patrons. Left photo shows the Secretary and Sustainable Livelihood Program Director Georgina Ann Hernandez pose with the Pantawid Pamilya women-beneficiaries from Marikina who won in the Paligsayahan talent contest.

Citing the active participation of partner-beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in the ‘PaskuJuan Bazaar 2014: Salu-Salo sa Pagbabago’ over the weekend, at the Araneta Center, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said that the poor can actually become instrumental of their own development.

This was evident when these families joined the first nationwide bazaar where they sold the products which they produced using the capital assistance provided by DSWD through the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

SLP is a community-based capacity building program that seeks to improve the socio-economic status of beneficiaries.  It is implemented through the Community-Driven Enterprise Development (CDED) approach, which engages beneficiaries to actively contribute to production and labor markets by making use of available resources and accessible markets.

The program aims to enable the beneficiaries to manage sustainable micro-enterprises or link them to locally available jobs that will enhance their access to basic social services and improve their standard of living.

Gloria Humiwat, 41, a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya for two years now, from Loakan, Baguio City said, “Laking pasasalamat ko sa DSWD dahil dito sa bazaar na ito nabigyan kami ng pagkakataon na maibenta ang aming mga produkto. Sana po meron ulit ganito sa susunod na taon at sana ay mas mahaba ang araw (We thank the DSWD for this bazaar because it gave us the opportunity to sell our products. We hope that this will be conducted again next year and hopefully, too, that it will be longer).”

Evelyn Cafon, 39, from Lambahak, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, shared, “Magmula noong naging benepisaryo kami ng Pantawid Pamilya noong 2011 hanggang naging SLP beneficiaries kami, hindi namin naramdaman na pinabayaan kami ng DSWD. Ngayon, tumutulong pa rin sila at dahil sa bazaar na ito ay malaking tulong at oportunidad na dumami ang aming customer (Since we became beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya in 2011 and eventually SLP, DSWD has not stopped helping us. With this bazaar, we had the chance to expand our market).”

In her message during the program,  Sec. Soliman said, “Ang presensiya ng mga benepisyaryo dito ngayon ay patunay na  sila ay hindi lamang umaasa sa binibigay ng gobyerno kundi sila mismo ay nagsisikap iangat ang kanilang buhay mula sa kaunting tulong na naibigay ng gobyerno (The presence of the partner-beneficiaries here is proof that they are not dependent on government aid alone but they exert their best effort to improve their lives).”

Sec. Soliman added that the goal of the bazaar was to help  Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who are also SLP  beneficiaries market their products.

Sec. Soliman and DSWD development partners led shoppers in patronizing the products of the beneficiaries.

One of the highlights the festival was the talent competition of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

In her closing message, SLP Director Georgina Ann H. Hernandez said that with the success of the activity, DSWD intends to hold a yearly bazaar to provide a permanent venue to market the products of the beneficiaries. The PaskuJuan Bazaar was held simultaneously in various venues nationwide.

For all those interested to buy the products and help the beneficiaries achieve self-sufficiency, they may coordinate with the SLP office at (02) 951-2806 or send an email to slp_group@dswd.gov. ph. ###

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