Listahanan 3 assessment in Region 1 begins

Listahanan or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) officially announced the start of the house to house assessment of Listahanan hired Enumerators this last week of October.

Hired Listahanan Enumerator with disability conducts household assessment during their field practice in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur. Part of the six-day training of Listahanan field staff is their field practice where they can personally experience how to be an effective Listahanan Enumerator.

More than 1,000 Enumerators were deployed in Region 1 to assess 976,551 target households until December 2019.

Aside from the Enumerators, Area Supervisors and Area Coordinators are also part of the Listahanan field staff that will make sure that all households in rural barangays are assessed. In urban barangays, Pockets of Poverty will be used where Enumerators will only assess the potential poor households.

A series of by province trainings was conducted previously by the National Household Targeting Section staff together with members of the Regional Project Training and Monitoring Team (RPTMT) composed of DSWD FO 1 staff from the different divisions and programs in order to capacitate all Listahanan field workers.

During the recently held training of Area Coordinators, DSWD FO 1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo emphasized in his message the importance of being a part of the Listahanan 3 that commits to produce another new and updated database of poor households that will be the basis of our government in creating and planning social protection programs and services mainly for the marginalized sectors.

Nasa kamay ninyo ang kinabukasan ng ibang tao.Ito iyong gusto kong alamin ninyong mabuti, tandaan at isapuso na itong gagawin natin na trabaho ay isang misyon para sa kapakinabangan ng ibang tao sa hinaharap (The future of others, particularly the targeted poor households, depends on the hands of all the Listahanan workers. This is what I want you all to know, remember, and take by heart — our work is our mission since others will benefit from it in the future),” said Dir. Castillo.

Listahanan is a project of DSWD since 2009 that identifies who and where the poor are using Proxy Means Test (PMT), a systematic way of predicting the per capita income of a household. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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STI College receives the Listahanan data of poor households

Listahanan Head/Regional Field Coordinator (RFC) Joan N. Dacumos together with Listahanan Regional Information Technology Officer (RITO) Aristedeo V. Tinol and Listahanan Regional Statistician Ryan P. Arbollente delivers the last tranche CD which contains data of poor households to STI Managing Director/Administrator Antonio R. Alvarado, Jr.

Systems Technology Institute (STI) College located at the City of San Fernando, La Union received the list of poor households from the Listahanan or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) to look for potential beneficiaries under the scholarship program of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

The data of poor households from Listahanan generated from the result of the 2nd Round of Household Assessment or Listahanan 2 is the basis of CHED in determining the students who can avail of the Tertiary Education System (TES) administered by the Unified Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) in accordance with the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act of 2017 or Republic Act 10931.

According to STI Managing Director/Administrator Antonio R. Alvarado, Jr., the Listahanan Data Sharing was disseminated to them through CHED during their meeting, in order for them to know and reach the students who belong to the poor households.

As our community service project, we have thought of requesting the database of poor households within the province of La Union to personally look and encourage those indigent students to avail of the educational services of STI as TES grantee,” said STI Managing Director Alvarado during the recently held meeting.

The DSWD Listahanan is encouraging other Colleges/Universities, and even Civil Society Organizations, to utilize the data of poor households for planning and creating programs and services for the poor.

Listahanan is a project of DSWD that identifies who and where the poor are. The comprehensive Listahanan database of poor households serves as basis of our government in selecting beneficiaries for social protection programs and services. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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DSWD Social Pension Program supports three siblings with disabilities

The three DSWD Social Pensioners, growing old together in their humble home without appliances, do not remember their exact dates of birth. The eldest Lola Narcisa Agmata (left) only remembers her year of birth which is 1932.

The three senior citizen siblings with different disabilities are regular Social Pensioners of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) Social Pension Program who each receives a PhP500.00 monthly pension or a PhP1,500.00 quarterly pension.

Lola Narcisa Agmata (eldest) with physical disability, Lolo Alfredo Cabinian with speech and hearing impairment, and Lola Saturnina Cabinian with speech and vision impairment live at Barangay Upon, Pinili, Ilocos Norte beside the house of their nephew and his wife who regularly and patiently assist them in their everyday needs.   

According to their niece-in-law Merlinda De Guzman, she usually helps the three elders when taking their bath, particularly Lola Narcisa since she can longer move the lower part of her body and her left arm due to stroke.

Noong una ay nahirapan talaga ako sa pag-aalaga sa kanila kasi nakaka-stress kapag nag-aaway sila pero ngayon ay nasanay na ako. Kailangan lang ng matinding pang-unawa at pag-aalaga (At first I had a hard time taking care of them especially when they fight, but afterwards I’m already used to their behavior. It just takes a lot of understanding and genuine care),” said De Guzman.

De Guzman is thankful that DSWD is giving financial assistance to her husband’s relatives since they can no longer work due to old age and incapacities. “Iyong pension na nakukuha nila sa DSWD ay binabudget nila para sa pagkain nila. Binibigyan nila ako ng pera para ako ang mamalengke at magluto para sa kanila (The pension that they are receiving from DSWD is budgeted for their food. They give me money so that I can buy and cook meals for them),” said De Guzman.

The DSWD Social Pension Program is an additional government assistance to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of indigent senior citizens particularly those who are frail, sickly or with disability, with no regular income or support from family and relatives, and without pension from private or government institutions.

In Region 1, the Social Pension Program Management Office of DSWD FO 1 provides pension to 127,195 regular Social Pensioners in accordance with Republic Act No. 9994 or the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010.” Out of these, 13,895 Social Pensioners who receive quarterly pension amounting to PhP1,500.00 reside in Ilocos Norte, 28,087 in Ilocos Sur, 18,492 in La Union, and 66,721 in Pangasinan. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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From Drug Surrenderers to Microentrepreneurs


Ricky Assislo, former marijuana farmer, has used the SLP seed capital fund in his soft broom making project.

Santol, La Union – The Local Government of Santol, La Union has turned its drug surrenderers, now called completers, to productive mircoentrepreneurs through the implementation of DSWD’s “Yakap Bayan”, a program that aims to turn recovering drug dependents to community leaders, volunteers, and active citizens in the society.

Part of the reintegration program is the provision of seed capital fund to the beneficiaries to start and/or improve their chosen income-generating activities. In April 2018, DSWD Field Office 1 – Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) granted PhP158,000.00 seed capital fund to the 65 members of Pagsadagan nga Agturong Raniag ken Ekonomiya (PARE) SLP Association for their furniture and soft broom making, bonsai beads making, and barako coffee and food processing projects. “Marami ang binigay na mga training sa amin sa loob ng anim na buwan pero mas pinili ko ang furniture making dahil marami akong tanim na mga puno. Gusto ko, ako ang gumawa at magbenta (There are lots of trainings provided to us within six months; however, I chose furniture making because I own plenty of trees. I want to be the one to make and sell furniture),” said “Cardo”, a completer from Brgy. Mangaan. Now, Cardo is earning decent money and supplying furniture to April Joy Home Decors and Furniture, one of the biggest furniture retailers in Region 1. Cardo also employed his co-completers as furniture makers in his budding business.

Meanwhile, Eliza Olario, former marijuana courier, shared that after her six-month stay in the Camp, she can now sleep well. She also realized that if she were caught by the police because of selling marijuana, she would not be able to hug her children again. The program enabled her to see the real value of her family. Eliza, one of the recipients of the SLP seed fund, is now selling banana chips and earns a daily average income of Php200.00, a great help to augment for their day-to-day requirements.

Reformed mindset

Lack of capital build-up, skills enhancement trainings, proper orientation on the effects of dangerous drugs, and other factors of poverty forced the members of the Association to engage in the Marijuana business. “Wala kaming alam na pagkakakitaan na magbibigay sa aming pamilya ng malaking kita maliban sa pagtatanim at pagde-deliver ng marijuana (We did not know of any other livelihood that can give our families high income except marijuana planting and shipment),” shared Eliza. “Nung una ay nanghinayang pa kaming sumuko. Pero nagpapasalamat kami sa LGU at DSWD dahil sila ang tumulong sa aming magkaroon ng marangal na trabaho na may magandang kita (At first, we had regrets surrendering. But we are later thankful that the LGU and DSWD helped us seek dignified source of livelihood with good income),” she added.

Sa tulong ng iba’t-ibang line agencies na nandiyan araw-araw sa loob ng six months, ang mga drug surrenderers ay marunong nang manalangin. Iba’t-iba ang natutunan nila sa ating community-based rehabilitation gaya ng livelihood (In six months, through the daily help of various line agencies, the drug surrenderer learned how to pray. They have also learned different undertakings such as livelihood through the community-based rehabilitation program),” said Santol Mayor Magno A. Wailan.

A Livelihood Focal was appointed by the LGU to help DSWD staff monitor the progress of the livelihood projects implemented in the municipality, provide additional technical assistance, and assist in the marketing of their products. The Negosyo Center located inside the municipal building was opened to promote the town’s products to visitors while providing means of livelihood to local product makers which include the PARE SLP Association. “Yakap Bayan” was launched in 2017 not only to provide rehabilitation, aftercare, transformation, and reintegration support for recovering drug surrenderers, but it intends to help create a safe society for the new generation. # By: Darwin T. Chan, Social Marketing Unit

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DSWD FO 1 gives Centenarian gift to a retired teacher

DSWD Field Office 1 Assistant Regional Director for Operations Marlene Febes D. Peralta hands out a check worth PhP100,000.00 to the 10th Centenarian in Region 1 for this year.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) through Assistant Regional Director for Operations (ARDO) Marlene Febes D. Peralta released a one-time Centenarian gift check worth PhP100,000.00 to a 100-year-old retired elementary teacher who recently celebrated her birthday last January.

ARDO Peralta, amused by the Centenarian’s healthy-looking appearance who can still hear and talk properly, asked the Centenarian who lives in Manaoag, Pangasinan on her plans on how she will spend her grant from the government.

Lola Centenarian said, “I will share it sa mga pamangkin ko na mahihirap (I will share the money that was given to me to my nephews and nieces who are in need).” ARDO Peralta advised her to not forget to allocate funds for her own needs like her medicines and food even though she has good intentions in helping her relatives.

When asked on her secrets for having a long life, Lola Centenarian said to just always pray and praise God for each day that comes by.

Lola Centenarian was accompanied by her grandchild who talked about his grandmother’s extraordinary lifestyle. He said that his grandmother is not yet taking any medicine for maintenance, still fond of eating fatty pork and drinking cacao chocolate every morning.

Since Republic Act 10868 or the “Centenarians Act of 2016” was approved, the DSWD FO 1 through the Social Pension Program Management Office granted centenarian gifts to 614 Centenarians in Region 1. Out of these, 437 Centenarians received cash or check gift in 2017, 167 in 2018, and 10 this March 2019. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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Listahanan provides data of poor households to Lyceum Northern Luzon

Listahanan Focal Person/Policy and Plans Division Chief Anniely J. Ferrer together with Listahanan Head/Regional Field Coordinator Joan M. Nuesca, Listahanan Regional Information Technology Officer Aristedeo V. Tinol, and Listahanan Statistician Ryan P. Arbollente (far right) shares the data of poor households (saved on a CD) to Lyceum Northern Luzon (LNL) President Mariano M. Gandia, PhD, and LNL Vice President for Academics Nora D. Halog.

The Listahanan or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) intensified its mandate to share the information of poor households or individuals needed by data users like Lyceum Northern Luzon (LNL) in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan.

Listahanan Focal Person/ Policy and Plans Division Chief Anniely J. Ferrer is grateful to LNL headed by LNL President Mariano M. Gandia, PhD, for its initiative in requesting the data of the poor particularly the data on poor students. The LNL will use the Listahanan data to reach out to the poor families with children who want to go to college as their potential beneficiary on a scholarship program under the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in accordance with the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act of 2017 or Republic Act 10931.

“We are really interested in them (referring to Listahanan poor households). We are going to look for them. Malaki ang mga maitutulong nito sa mga bata (The scholarship program that we offer in partnership with CHED will benefit the children),”said LNL Pres. Gandia during the recently held meeting.

According to LNL Pres. Gandia, the TES scholars will be given a stipend worth PhP30,000.00 for a semester by our government that will cover their tuition, other school fees, allowance for books, room and board costs, and other expenses.

As their counterpart in serving the poor, LNL Pres. Gandia added that they are currently constructing a 3-storey building to cater those scholars who want to rent a room for only PhP900.00 a month. Further, he also mentioned during the meeting that he will offer the scholars an eat now, pay later arrangement in the school canteen just in case their stipend will be delayed.

The list of Listahanan poor households that were given to LNL was generated from the result of the 2nd Round of Household Assessment conducted in 2015. The Listahanan is a project of DSWD that identifies who and where the poor are that can be a basis for choosing would-be beneficiaries of social protection programs and services not only from our government but also from Private Sectors, Civil Society Organizations, and Non-Government Agencies. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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Listahanan shares data of poor households to PGLU and DOH

(Upper Left Photo) Listahanan Focal Person/Policy and Plans Division Chief Anniely J. Ferrer together with Listahanan Head/Regional Field Coordinator (RFC) Joan M. Nuesca and Listahanan Regional Information Technology Officer (RITO) Aristedeo V. Tinol hands over the CD which contains data of poor households in the Province of La Union (LU) to LU Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Ranilo P. Ipac with IT Officers of the Provincial Government of La Union.

The National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction or Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD FO 1) shared its data of poor households to the Provincial Government of La Union (PGLU) and the Department of Health Regional Office 1 (DOH RO 1).

The list of poor households from Listahanan were generated from the result of the 2nd Round of Household Assessment conducted in the year 2015.

A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between DSWD FO 1 and PGLU were crafted to make sure that the personal and sensitive information of poor households will be protected in accordance with Republic Act 10173 also known as the Data Privacy Act of 2012.

The data of poor households or individuals will be used by PGLU for planning purposes; for the recognition of Centenarians; for the livelihood trainings of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), Out-of-School Youths (OSYs), and unemployed family members; for referrals to health insurance; and for knowing the number of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and the data of Indigenous Peoples (IPs).

Listahanan RITO Tinol and Listahanan Head/RFC Nuesca give the CD with list of poor households in Region 1 to Department of Health Regional Office 1 (DOH RO 1) Atty. Jordan P. Falces and DOH RO1 IT Officer.

Meanwhile, the DOH RO 1, with the implementation of the Philippine Health Agenda (PHA) that is geared towards providing accessible quality health care services to the marginalized poor and unreached population, will use the data of Listahanan to provide medical, dental, and surgical services to poor households and to ensure the sustainability of health services.

Listahanan was established by the DSWD to identify who and where the poor are. The comprehensive Listahanan database of poor households serves as basis for selecting beneficiaries for social protection programs and services in Region 1 and the entire Philippines. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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DSWD FO 1 observes National Indigenous Peoples Month

DSWD Field Office 1 employees flaunt their ethnic attires during the Search for Best in Ethnic Attire. The female winner wears an orange indigenous attire (upper picture, 3rd from right) while the male winner wears a modern ethnic upper garment (lower picture, 1st from left).

In promotion and observation of the diverse and rich cultures of the Indigenous Peoples (IPs), DSWD Field Office (FO) 1 actively observes and participates in the celebration of the National Indigenous Peoples Month by wearing ethnic attire every Monday for the whole month of October 2018.

To make the celebration more exciting, the Field Office conducts search for best in ethnic attires, male and female categories, for all employees to show its affinity to the IP communities. In its initial staging, both categories were bagged by the Sustainable Livelihood Program.

“Kailangan nating ipagdiwang ang National Indigenous Peoples Month para maipaalala sa ating mga kababayan, lalong-lalo na sa mga kabataan, na mayroon tayong makulay na kultura (We need to celebrate the National Indigenous People Month to remind our countrymen, especially the youth, that we have colorful cultures),” shared Administrative Assistant II Cherry Y. Rapis, the best in ethnic attire under the female category.

Further, Administrative Assistant II Ronaldo L. Beniegla said that, “Ako’y nakikiisa sa selebrasyon ng National Indigenous Peoples Month para maipakita natin sa buong mundo ang katangi-tanging kultura ng IPs (I sympathize with the celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Month to show to the world the unique culture of IPs).” The best in ethnic attire under the male category highlighted that awareness of the local culture promotes the survival of the rich longstanding cultural traditions.

DSWD FO 1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo encouraged all employees to deepen their understanding of IPs’ values and cultures to promote the nation’s cultural diversity. Director Castillo said that traditional cultural attires reflect the values and beliefs held by members of IPs, and by wearing an ethnic attire or any IP accessory, we can support and sustain cultural resilience and sustainability. The Regional Director also advised that an orientation on the proper use of IPs traditional attire in any public event should be facilitated in compliance with Republic Act 8371, also known as the Indigenous People’s Rights Act of 1997.

National Indigenous Peoples Month is celebrated every October of the year pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 1906, series of 2009. (by: Darwin T. Chan, Social Marketing Unit)

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