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DSWD-7 to stage 2nd Panaghiusa Festival this year

After its success last year, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII will again stage the Panaghiusa Festival this year that will take place at the Ayala Center Cebu on December 7-8, 2016.

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It will start with a parade from DSWD-7 office to Ayala Center-Cebu at 2:30 pm. After the parade a short program will follow at the mall’s activity center.

Panaghiusa Festival showcases convergence in all DSWD programs and services created to increase public awareness and highlight DSWD-7’s accomplishments and gains.

It will showcase the information booths of Social Pension, Disaster Response and Management Unit, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), Supplementary Feeding Program, Adoption Resource and Referral Section, Listahanan, Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situations (AICS), and the centers run under DSWD like Haven, Home for Girls, Regional Rehabilitation Center for the Youth, Area Vocational and Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) and Reception and Study Center for Children.

The activity will also showcase products from Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) and Social Technology.

The product display will include home decors like lampshades, candle holders, chandeliers, native waste baskets, paintings, table runners, placemats and many more. Fashion items like necklace, bracelets, earings, hablon shawls, bags and belts will also be showcased.

“We came up with this unique activity in the region because we want to intensify the promotion of our programs and services especially catering the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged using the convergence strategy,” said Ma. Evelyn B. Macapobre, DSWD-7 Regional Director.

Macapobre underscored that the two-day activity will provide a venue where the public can learn more about the different programs and services of DSWD.

“We are thankful to Ayala Center Cebu for allowing us to use their activity center because it will give us a good space to promote our programs and services especially as Christmas is fast approaching and a lot of people are expected to spend time at the mall to relax or look for gifts,” she said.

“I am inviting all of you to visit DSWD-7 information booths and buy SLP products as your way of helping our partner-beneficiaries improve their level of well-being,” Macapobre added.

Macapobre’s State of the Region Address (SORA) will be delivered on December 7 during the program after the parade.

The Garay Family who won the National Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya Search this year will also share their testimonials while winners of the Kalahi-CIDSS Bayani Ka! search will be awarded on the same day. ###

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DSWD-7 holds graduation for livelihood beneficiaries

Close to 1,300 individuals who have availed of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-7) Field Office VII Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Employment Facilitation (EF) will gather on December 7, 2016 at the IEC Pavilion for their commencement exercises.

Close to 1,300 individuals who have availed of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-7) Field Office VII Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Employment Facilitation (EF) have gathered yesterday at the IEC Pavilion for their commencement exercises.

About 1,300 graduates of the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) assemble for their graduation ceremony in Cebu City on December 7, 2016.

About 1,297 beneficiaries from the different parts of Central Visayas are expected to join the said activity dubbed as the biggest graduation of SLP this year with the theme Changing and Empowering the Vulnerable Individuals Toward a Better Future.

SLP engages in resource-based and market-driven community micro-enterprises, or explore employment opportunities. It facilitates assistance to beneficiaries by organizing them into groups and provides aid in planning and monitoring their livelihood projects to ensure that they are self-sustaining.

For employment facilitation, SLP partners with the public and private sectors as service providers and subject-matter experts on financial literacy, resource mapping, market scanning, and technical and vocational skills training, financial literacy and credit assistance, and employment opportunities among others.

Among the courses offered by SLP through EF include Housekeeping Services NC II, Pharma Services NC II, Hilot (Wellness Massage) NC II, Contact Center Services NC II, Security Services NC I, Food & Beverage Services NC II, Automotive Servicing NC II, Refrigeration & Airconditioning Services NC II and Beauty Care NC II.

“With the help of our partner service providers, we are staging this year’s biggest SLP graduation to recognize our beneficiaries who have done their part in the hope of having a better life,” said Ma. Evelyn Macapobre, DSWD-7 Regional Director.

This year’s partners include Cebu Technological Sciences-Cebu, Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy, Call Center Academy, Center for Healthcare Professionals Cebu, Inc., Café-Gonzales Security Training Academy Inc., Centurion Security Training Institute Inc., Lancer Security Training Center for Guards Inc., and E&J Security Training  Institute Inc.

Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) 7 Regional Director Exequiel Sarcauga will serve as the Keynote Speaker while Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III will also deliver an inspirational message during the graduation.

After the commencement exercises in the morning, job matching and employment facilitation will be done in the afternoon.

SLP has already served more than 17,000 individuals and has disbursed some Php 54.6 million as of November this year. The program facilitated various livelihood activities such as hog raising, water refilling stations, organic lechon vending, poultry, handicrafts, bag and slipper production among other micro-economics development scheme. ###

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Children from the cities of Danao, Talisay top this year’s Regional Children’s Contest

The cities of Danao and Talisay dominated this year’s Regional Children’s Contest (RCC) spearheaded by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Offce VII.

Day Care children from the City of Danao, Cebu show off their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2016 Regional Children’s Contest.

Day Care children from the City of Danao, Cebu show off their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2016 Regional Children’s Contest.

RCC is an annual event of DSWD-7 that culminates the Children’s Month Celebration every November.

This year’s celebration carries the theme “Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata! responding to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities to all.

DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre stressed that education plays an important role in helping children develop their potentials, be able to engage meaningfully and build resilience.

Macapobre also said that the event held at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation is extra meaningful to her because it is here where she was educated as a social worker.

“Our theme underscores the importance of education and it is here where I was nurtured to become a social worker I am today,” she said.

Meanwhile, Macapobre headed the awarding ceremony together with other DSWD-7 top officials and invited guests.

With only a week preparation, the Danao City day care children topped this year’s folk dance competition through their “Bakya” dance that was performed by 10 children from Barangay Maslog. The group emerged as the grand winner out of the 11 contingents.

Other winners were Cebu City (2nd place) and Mandaue City (3rd place).

They respectively took home Php 10,000.00, Php 8,000.00 and Php 6,000.00 as cash prizes.

Eddie Almasin, the choreographer of the said presentation shared that even if they only had one week to practice the presentation, the children and their parents were all supportive making it easy for him to do his job.

Almasin disclosed that teaching children how to dance is not new to him because he has been doing it for nine years but this year is very special because finally they won the top prize.

“We have represented Danao City during the regional search for three years now and I didn’t expect us to win. All I want was to see the children perform their routine well,” he said.

Criteria of the folk dance category include skill and mastery of performance (25%), stage projection, grace and poise (30%), authenticity of the costume and music (15%), and relevance to the theme (30%).

Aside from winning the folk dance category, Danao City through Kent Bryle Plamos also won the top prize for the draw and tell category. Other winners were Czea Skyrah Niez of Siquijor, Siquijor (2nd place) and Shentelle Arcilla of Cebu City (3rd place).

Chez Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City belted a broadway musical song “Tomorrow” and finished 1st place during the 2016 Regional Children’s Month.

Chaz Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City belted a broadway musical song “Tomorrow” and finished 1st place during the 2016 Regional Children’s Month.

Meanwhile, Chaz Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City topped the singing competition while Karmel Rose Chiong of Naga City and Gerlyn Jane Lalem of San Juan, Siquijor emerged as the second and third placer.

Each of the top three winners of the draw and tell and singing category went home with Php 5,000.00, Php 4,000.00 and Php 3,000.00. All winners were given merchandise courtesy of the Regional Federation of Day Care Workers and Taisho Pharmaceuticals Philippines Inc.

Non-winners were given consolation prizes and early Christmas gifts. ###

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DSWD-7 orients partners on 2017 Thrusts and Priorities

To promote collaborations with critical stakeholders at all levels, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII has recently conducted a brief orientation highlighting the 2017 Thrusts and Priorities of the agency issued by Secretary Judy Taguiwalo by virtue of Administrative Order 10 dated October 6, 2016.

Anthony Arsenal (center), DSWD-7 Planning Officer III discussed the salient features of the agency’s 2017 Thrusts and Priorities during the Special Kapihan sa PIA.

Anthony Arsenal (center), DSWD-7 Planning Officer III discussed the salient features of the agency’s 2017 Thrusts and Priorities during the Special Kapihan sa PIA.

The orientation was attended by members of the media, civil society organizations and some representatives of government offices.

Anthony Arsenal, DSWD-7 Planning Officer III discussed the salient features of the agency’s 2017 Thrusts and Priorities, which is in line with President Rodrigo Duterte’s ten point socio-economic agenda.

Of the 10, DSWD-7 contributes to the attainment of three items these are items 7 (investment in human development), 9 (improvement of social protection programs) and 10 (strengthen implementation of Responsible Parenthood).

“These national agenda shall be implemented by the department through its core values of respect for human dignity, service excellence and integrity,” Arsenal underscored.

Moreover, Taguiwalo’s AO 10 cited that DSWD adopted President Duterte’s call of “malasakit” as guidance for its policy development, program execution, and impact evaluation.

“We listened and empathized with our clientele to provide services that extend relief to those in crisis while developing programs that can address the root cause of their problems. We understood that Filipino social welfare service requires personal touch and fairness,” Taguiwalo cited.

Taguiwalo emphasized that the department shall build on the gains it has achieved by improving the level of well-being and reducing vulnerabilities of the poor, marginalized, and disadvantaged sectors in the society.

She also stressed that the organizational and operational plan and budget of DSWD will focus on carrying out its mandate and vision by extending prompt, adequate and caring service to the Filipino people through inter-agency and multi-stakeholder collaboration.

In addition, the department will continuously implement statutory and specialized programs and services to strengthen the Local Social Welfare and Development Office to reinforce their capacities to deliver coordinated social protection and social welfare services as their localities.

Embedded in all these is the continuation of the Gender and Development as a strategy to promote women’s empowerment and eliminate gender discrimination in its systems, structures, policies, programs and services.

In a related development, DSWD-7 top officials have been doing series of orientation to its internal staff during trainings and Monday convocations. The department is also set to conduct another round of partner’s orientation next year. ###

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DSWD-7 official reiterates continuity of Pantawid Pamilya

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre reiterated that Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) will continue under President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration.

Macapobre made the statement after receiving several inquiries about the continuity of the program in the region.

Pantawid Pamilya is the conditional cash transfer of the Philippine government that invests in the health and education of poor children aged 0-18.

In Central Visayas, there are about 191,156 active households with Cebu Province having the most number at 127,146 followed by Bohol with 60,155 and Siquijor with 3,855 as of October 2016.

It can be recalled that, Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo had earlier sought to put a stop to false reports circulating that the program of the department will no longer be implemented and that some 1.5 million of its current members will be delisted and no longer be beneficiaries.

“There is no truth to these reports, and 4Ps members will continue to benefit from the program. We continue to assess the program as we also continue to conduct comprehensive consultations with DSWD Field Offices all over the country on the same. The program implementation has not been without many, many flaws, but this will not be held against the beneficiaries. The aim of the program is to help its members to assist poor households with school age children and pregnant member by providing financial assistance subject to the conditions that the children go to school and undergo health checkup, the pregnant member undergo prenatal care and that the member attend monthly family seminars.  It’s been seven years since the program began, and there have been success stories – many members acknowledge that their conditions have improved with the help of 4Ps. Still, there are many, many other Filipinos who are not members of the 4Ps program, and they have legitimate issues about not being admitted to the program: we cannot ignore their calls either. We seek to find effective means to address all these pressing demands using what powers and resources the department has,” Sec. Taguiwalo said.

The top welfare official, however, emphasized that the program will no longer expand, meaning it will not take in more members.

She pointed out that what the department is focused on is improving the coverage of the other services of the DSWD that are open to all poor and needy Filipinos who need emergency financial assistance, psycho-social interventions, as well as relief from natural disasters.

“Unlike the 4Ps scheme, the other services of the DSWD are not conditional,” she said. ###

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9 Visually-Impaired now Licensed Therapists

Another set of visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VII (DSWD-7) recently took oath as licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired show off their certificate for licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired show off their certificate for licensed massage therapists.

The nine therapists passed the licensure examination administered by the Department of Health’s (DOH) Committee of Examiners for Massage Therapy (CEMT).

During the oath taking ceremony, they received certificate of registration, pins, DOH-CEMT ID and PALMT ID as new members of the Philippine Association for License Massage Therapists (PALMT).

“Through our AVRC II, we continuously provide training and review for our visually-impaired trainees so that they can pass the licensure examination,” said Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre.

Presidential Decree (PD) 856, mandates that massage therapists must first acquire a certification issued by the DOH before practicing and applying their skills.

“Considering that some of them did not attend school, it really takes ones determination to finish the course and eventually pass the licensure examination,” Director Macapobre added.

All examiners underwent written, oral and practical tests just like any other regular board takers.

The examination is based on the Reference Manual for Massage Therapy made by the CEMT.

It consists of different modules namely; Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology and Pathology, Fundamental Concepts of Massage Therapy, Application and Practice of Massage Therapy.

Most of these licensed therapists are now employed in various visually-impaired spa and wellness organizations like the Helping Hands Organization of Persons with Disability, Inc.

The 9 visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) take oath as licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) take oath as licensed massage therapists.

AVRC II has been at the forefront of providing human resource development to PWDs in the Visayas region through various skills enhancement program.

Aside from Massage Therapy, AVRC II also provides other courses like Electronic Motor Repair, Computer Electronics, Basic Sewing, Furniture and Cabinet Making, Commercial Cooking and Cosmetology. ###

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LGUs in Central Visayas join Regional Children’s Contest

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII will culminate this year’s National Childrens Month celebration by holding a Regional Children’s Contest on November 29, 2016 at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Inc. Gymnasium, Salinas Drive, Lahug, Cebu City.

Children representatives from the three provinces of Cebu, Bohol and Siquijor including the 10 cities in the region are expected to attend the annual activity and join the competitions that include draw and tell, singing and folkdance.

The whole day event will start at 10 in the morning with children from Children’s Center of Cebu and Naga City Youth Group to perform the doxology and the singing of the national anthem.

This year’s celebration carries the theme “Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata! responding to Sustainability Development Goal (SDG) No. 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities to all.

DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre stressed that education plays an important role in helping children develop their potentials, be able to engage meaningfully and build resilience.

Earlier, DSWD-7 spearheaded an awareness walk where 400 participants coming from various national government agencies, local government units and non-government organizations attended the opening salvo last November 5, 2016

The kick-off program started in Fuente Osmena Circle going to Plaza Independencia in Cebu City.

DSWD-7 turned-over close to 150,000 pencils to the Department of Education in support of the one million lapis campaign, which will benefit public school children in the country.

In a related development, three exemplary children in Central Visayas also joined the recently concluded National Children Congress (NCC) held at Elan Hotel in San Juan City. They were Jamaica Aventajado of Ubay, Bohol, Theresa Moranta of Dumanjug, Cebu and Melanie Lomoljo of Maria, Siqujor.

NCC is an annual gathering of Pantawid Pamilya children-beneficiaries. Launched in October 2012, the children will discuss the issues that directly affect them and recommend appropriate solutions for these. The recommendations gathered during the week-long event will be presented to the public as well as to the legislators. ###

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68 Pantawid women learn basic cosmetic treatment

A total of 68 Pantawid women learn basic cosmetic treatment after more than three (3) weeks of training at the Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy.

68 Pantawid Pamilya women finished basic cosmetic treatment course at the Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy.

68 Pantawid Pamilya women finished basic cosmetic treatment course at the Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy.

This TESDA accredited short course is one of the various livelihood skills training sessions conducted by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VII (DSWD-7) through the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program partner-beneficiaries.

During the training, they learn how to perform various cosmetic treatment like manicure, pedicure, foot spa and hand spa.

For Leonora Indab of Brgy. Jagobiao, Mandaue City, the completion of the training serves as a fresh start for her family.

“Wala gyud ko naka-graduate ug high school mao to nga sayu palang nakakat-on naku ug unsa pagpanginabuhi (I have not finished high school that is why at an early age I learn how to do a living),” said Leonora as she gives her testimony during the graduation ceremony.

At a young age, Leonora experienced various jobs just to augment her mother’s income and to support her younger siblings.

“Nakatrabaho ko sa Makati City tungod sa akong tito og naka-experience ko nga makatrabaho sa usa ka salon og nag-sales lady pud ko didto (I worked in Makati City because of my uncle and there I experienced working in a salon and being a sales lady),” she added.

“Pagbalik nako diri sa Cebu, nakadungog man ko sa akong silingan nga naa daw training nga gi-offer ang DSWD kabahin sa pag-manicure ug desidido man gyud ko nga mo-apil (When I came back here in Cebu, I’ve heard from my neighbor that the DSWD is offering a training and I decided to join),” she recalled.

Leonora admits that having a training conducted by beauty care professionals is different from just learning on her own.

Leonora Indab shares her testimony during the graduation ceremony at the Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy.

Leonora Indab shares her testimony during the graduation ceremony at the Rose Institute of Cosmetology and Pharmacy.

“Katoohan ka sa imong mga customer ug ilhon ka nga nakahuman og vocational course (Customers will believe in you and they will recognize that you finished a vocational course),” she ended.

These Pantawid women will be employed to Salon de Rose and Nuat Thai Foot & Body Massage.

SLP is a community-based capacity building program that aims to increases the economic opportunities of the families through the different modalities that it offers such as skills training, seed capital fund, pre-employment assistance fund, and the cash for building livelihood assets. ###

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