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DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Turns over Solar Lamp Posts and Concrete Access Road to 5 Barangays in Tabogon, Cebu


The Department of Social Welfare and Development Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS) in Central Visayas region recently turned over Php 9.02 million worth of sub-projects for the 5 barangays in Tabogon, Cebu.

Community volunteers line up for the ribbon cutting.

These sub-projects include the 200 Solar Lamp Posts in Barangays Labangon, Somosa, Manlagtang and Camoboan; 450-meter concrete access road in Barangay San Isidro.

The program’s main objective is to empower ordinary people in the community to improve local governance and to slowly alleviate the community from poverty. The community volunteers and the community residents identified their needs, decided what project to undertake to answer their needs and manage the funds given to them. They also carried out the implementation of the sub-projects.

Blessing of the 450-meter concrete access road of Barangay San Isidro, Tabogon, Cebu.

For the communities, the sub-projects are the memorabilia of the program that has helped them learn the importance of working together. It serve as concrete proofs of empowered communities. ###

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Level 2 Solar Powered Water System alang sa Tagmanocan gikan sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS


Ang tubig maoy labing unang panginahanglanon sa tawo. Ang mga community volunteers sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS sa Barangay Tagmanocan sa Lungsod sa Lazi, nakita nga mao kini ang numero unong panginahanglanon sa ilang barangay.

Malipayong misawd sa tubig ang usa ka residente human sa inugrasyon, inubanan ni Mayor James Monte, Vice Mayor Earl Aljas, MPDC Joannes Paulus V. Jumadla ug DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Technical Facilitator Patrick Marchan.

Mao nga ilang gipanghingusgan nga makuha nila ang simpatiya sa uban barangay nga mahatagan sila sa pundo atol sa Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum, usa sa proseso sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS diin gihatagan ug higayon ang mga ordinaryong tawo nga mo desisyon sa pag hatag og gibug-aton kung unsa nga mga sub-projects ang angayan nga mapunduhan aron ma implementar ang gi-tanyag nga proyekto sa matag barangay.

Ang water system mikabat sa Php 779,994.00 nga gipangunayan ug trabaho sa mga community volunteers sa maong barangay.

Moabot sa 194 ka mga balay ang direktang maka benepisyo sa bag-ong human nga water system.

Lisod ug layo kaayu ang kuha-anan sa ilang tubig, matud pa ni Elpidia Villaruz, 82 anyos, nga nihit gyud ang tubig kay layo kaayu ug gamay ra ang ilang madala kada sag-ob “Sauna gamay ra gyud ang among madala kay lisod ang dan nga agian paingon sa tinubdan mao magka usik-usik gyud inig bitbit”, dugang ni Manang Elpidia.

Atol sa inagurasyon sa Level 2 Solar Powered Water System, malipayon ug gihinangop kini sa mga residente nga tungod sa ilang pagkugi naa na gyud sa ilang tugkaran ang tubig og dili na sila mag nihit pa sa gamit niini. ###

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Solar Powered Water System and 67 Individual Comfort Rooms an answer to a ZOD in Upper Cabangcalan, Lazi, Siquijor


A total of Php 1,941,474.00 worth of DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS sub-projects in Barangay Upper Cabangcalan, Lazi, Siquijor have benefited its people.  These are the Solar-Powered Water System and the 67 Individual Comfort Rooms.

Mayor James Monte and Vice-Mayor Earl Aljas together with the DOH representatives, Municipal Area Coordinating Team and the Community Volunteers pose in front of one of the comfort rooms after the inauguration.

The newly turned-over 67 Individual Comfort Rooms cost Php 816,000.00 and the Solar-Powered Water System cost Php 1,125,474.00 that benefitted 107 households not to mention the neighboring barangays who also fetch water in Upper Cabangcalan.

The Municipal Mayor of Lazi, James Monte, hoped that these sub-projects of DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS may lead to a Zero Open Defecation (ZOD) in the barangay, for them to retain its title as Siquijor’s Cleanest and Greenest Municipality. Lazi town bagged the said award on September 27, 2017.

Malipayon kayo kami tungod sa gihatag nga pundo sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS, aduna nay tubig ug pansayan. Nanghinaut kami nga sa sunod validation mahimo na kaming ZOD (I am very happy of the funds from DSWD Kalahi-CDSS, we already have water and comfort rooms for those who have none.  I hope that on the next validation, the barangay will be declared ZOD),” expressed Gemma Lumingkit, Municipal Health Midwife. ###

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3,251 ka proyekto ang nahuman sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS


Sud sa 60 ka tuig nga naningkamot ang DSWD nga mahimong kaabag sa mga kabus sa pagkab-ot sa hapsay ug malinawon nga pagpuyo. Padayon kini sa paghatud sa paspas ug maamumahong serbisyo ug programa sa mga pamilya ug sa komunidad sama sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS.

Community Volunteers hold a meeting in front of the newly painted Barangay Health Station of Bonga, Maria, Siquijor.

Ang DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS nga nagpasiugda sa Community Driven-Development (CDD) nagmalampuson tungod sa mga katawhan nga nagtambayayong sa pag lihok alang sa kalambuan sa ilang komunidad.

Nikabat sa   Php 4,542,180,746.90 ang nabubu nga pundo sa DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS alang sa mga proyekto niini sa 3 ka cycles.

Kini nga kantidad nipundo sa 3,251 ka mga community sub-projects sa 91 ka munisipyo sa probinsya sa upat ka probinsya sa Rehiyon VII.

Ang mga proyekto naglakip sa karsada, daycare center, water system, multi-purpose building, health station, flood control, footbridges ug uban pa. ###

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Access Road: A dream come true


It was a dream come true to the residents of Brgy. Anopog to see the 400 meters concrete access road inaugurated.

Dako kaayo among kalipay nga nahuman gyud ang karsada diri, kay sa una lisod gyud kaming mga ginikanan mag baba sad mi, ilabi na mga kinder pa, dili makasugakod og labang sa lapukon ug guba ngadalan (We are happy that this concrete road is finished. Before it was so difficult for parents to bring their children to school because they would have to carry the children especially those in kindergarten,” shared Cirila Benigay a resident of Barangay Anopog and a Pantawid beneficiary.

Residents of Brgy. Anopog along with the teachers and students parade their way as the priest blessed the 400 meters’ access road.

The town of Pinamungajan is one of the several towns affected by Typhoon Auring that hit the country on January 8, 2017. The town of Pinamungajan was severely flooded and its barangay roads were destroyed including barangay Anopog, where access road to school was destroyed and buried in knee-deep mud and flood waters.

“This concrete road makes a difference in the life of 680 students in our school. It brings positive effect on them. They are now motivated to attend classes despite heavy downpour because they no longer wade on muddy road. I am hopeful that there would be an increase on attendance rate of students especially the 156 Pantawid beneficiaries, which would eventually increase their education compliance rate,” said Mr. Vianney Abellanosa, school principal.

He said that since the road is now elevated and concreted, the parents and the 25 teaching staff of the school are already assured of the safety of the students.

Meanwhile, Abellanosa also expressed with gratitude for this life-changing experience he and his teachers and students have in working with Kalahi-CIDSS.

The students and teachers of Anopog Elementary School helped the community volunteers to gain votes during the Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum (MIBF). They presented photos of teachers and students carefully and patiently walking their way through muddy paths. Their vivid presentation convinced the MIBF participants to vote for them and indeed, Barangay Anopog got the 1st place in the prioritization list.

The completion of the 400-meter access road brings joy and hope not only to the students and teachers but also to the residents living in nearby sitios.

The Php 2.6 million access road has benefited 830 households and has made their dream come true. ###

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Dumanjug town receives 16M for 9 barangays from DSWD


The Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) granted Php 16,363,900 to the 9 barangays of the Municipality of Dumanjug, Cebu.

The 9 barangays were identified through the process of the Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum Participatory Resource Allocation (MIBF-PRA) where each of the 37 barangays of Dumanjug presented its proposed sub-project identified by the community.

Community volunteers of the 37 Barangays patiently waited for the results of the MIBF-PRA.

The community would have to get votes from other barangays to be prioritized.

The MIBF-PRA is the process of Kalahi-CIDSS, one of the programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) where the community is  given the chance to decide and to vote depending on the needs presented by the community.

The program aims to empower ordinary people giving them opportunities to identify and decide a solution to the community’s needs, improved access to services and improve local governance by participating in the planning and implementation and disaster risk reduction management.

The 9 barangays will divide the community grant of Php 16,363,900 from World Bank through the Kalahi-CIDSS.

Out of the 9 barangays only Barangay Kolabtingon proposed for a 55 Linear Meter of Footbridge and the 8 barangays (Kambanog, Kabatbatan, Doldol, Matalao, Kabalaasnan, Bullogan, Masa and Poblacion Central) proposed for concreting of access roads. ###

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12 ka Barangay sa Argao, napunduhan sa Kalahi-CIDSS


Malampusong gipahigayon sa Lungsod sa Argao ang Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum Participatory Resource Allocation (MIBF-PRA). Nitungha ug nipadayag ang mga representante sa 45 ka barangay sa ilang mga proposed sub-projects alang sa ilang tagsa-tagsa ka barangay.

Mga representante sa 45 ka barangay sa lungsod sa Argao, Cebu.

Ang MIBF-PRA usa ka Proseso sa Kapit BIsig-Laban sa Kahirapan, Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) sa Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) diin gihatagan ug gahum ang ordinaryong tawo sa pag pili sa kinsa ang mas angay nga mahatagan sa pundo aron matubag ang panginahanglanon sa usa ka barangay. Layon sa maong program ang paghatag ug gahum sa katawhan sa pag desisyon ug pag ila sa mga nakitang problema sa barangay.

Sagad sa mga sub-projects nga gi propose mao ang pag tarong sa Barangay access roads. Usa na niini ang Barangay Talaga. Emosyonal kaayu si Ma. Victoria Lecias, Chariperson sa Project Prepration Team sa Talaga nga mipahayag sa ilang pangandoy nga botaran sa ubang barangay ang proyekto nga ilang proyekto nga gi propose. “Nia intawn ko maski na hospital pa ang akong anak, para lang gyud moshare ko diri sa atubangan. Nanghinaot gyud intawn ko nga mapili karon kay lisod gyud intawn among karsada, ako gyud ang unang makadungog ug mapangayuan ug tabang labi nag nay madisgrasya”.

Dugang pa ni Victoria nga usa pud siya sa nadisgrasya sa maong dalan, kay tungod sa ka tirik niini, gani atol sa site validation, wala na makalahos ang nag validate kay tungod sa kalisod sa dalan.

Si Ma. Victoria Lecias emosyonal nga mipadayag ug mohangyo sa ubang barangay aron mapili ug mahatagan ug pundo ang ilang barangay.

Nalipay si Victoria kay usa gyud sa napili ang ilang barangay. Sa resulta sa MIBF-PRA 12 ka barangay ang mag bahin sa 20 milyones nga pundo gikan sa World bank pinaagi sa Kalahi-CIDSS. Sa 12 ka proyekto, 9 niini ang pagsemento sa dalan sa Barangay Cansuje, Usmad, Tulang, Tiguib, Balaas, Talaga, Mabasa, Apo ug Jomgao. Drainage system ang Barangay Poblacion.  Barangay Health Center ang sa Barangay Gutlang ug Water system usab ang sa Barangay Binlod. ###

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Community Folks aim for Zero Open Defecation


The community folks of Alang-Alang, Tabogon, Cebu have been wanting to end open defecation in their community after they participated the training on Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).

It was found out during the site validation that there were 82 Households who have no toilets and still practicing open defecation.

The community volunteers of Alang-Alang, Tabogon, Cebu have constructed 82 individual latrines for 82 households to achieve their goal in making the zero-open defecation (ZOD) in their community.

The Construction of latrines is funded by the Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan, Comprehensive and Integrated delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) one of the programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

Community volunteers working on the frame for the latrine.

The DSWD-7 through this program has been active in campaigning along with partner agencies to have Zero Open defecation in its covered areas by conducting series of training for WASH.

It was in November 2016, when Kalahi-CIDSS conducted a WASH learning Visit, which made a good impression to all 225 participants. It was participated by LGUs, Community volunteers, ACTs and MCTs. The visit was made in the Three (3) ZOD Free Barangays of Daanbantayan, Cebu.

Finished latrine.

The good practices of the two barangays in Daanbantayan, Cebu, has inspired the participants to make a move for their community to have ZOD.

The implementation of the 82 individual latrines started January 26, 2017 and it is expected to be completed on May 6, 2017.

With the construction of these 82 latrines, the community folk in Alang-alang will soon enjoy a clean environment. ###

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