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+63(052) 742-1100
Email: cswdolegazpi@yahoo.com; marlene52759@yahoo.com; mariamarleneguiuan@gmail.com; semarcills@yahoo.com

OUR LOCATION:

SDC Building, Terminal Road 3, Benny Imperial St., Tahao Road, Barangay 37- Bitano, 4500 Legazpi City, PHILIPPINES


MANDATE/SERVICE PLEDGE OF CSWDO:

The State is committed to the care, protection and rehabilitation of that segment of the country’s population (individual, family and community) which has the least in life in terms of physical, mental and social well-being and needs social welfare assistance and social work intervention to restore their normal functioning and participation in community affairs.

MISSION STATEMENT/SERVICE PLEDGE OF CSWDO:

To provide interventions/opportunities that will uplift the living conditions of the distressed and disadvantaged individuals, families, groups and communities and enable them to become self-reliant and actively participate in national development.

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CSWDO IN ACTION!!! (2014 PICS)
 
CA Pecos Intia, CDRRMC Action Officer talks with CSWDOr Maria Marlene G. Manaya, City Social Welfare & Development Officer in one of the meetings at CSWDO re: the looming Mayon Volcano eruption.
 
Mayor Noel E. Rosal listens cautiously to the issues and concerns re: Mayon pre-disaster preparedness raised by the barangay captains from the northern barangays. (at the pic: PGA Board Member JP Lee, CA Pecos Intia, PB Alagaban, PB Michael Mina, etc.)
 
THE CSWDO FAMILY
 
 
2013 HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 


A. PROGRAMS/PROJECTS COLLABORATED BY NGAs/NGOs

1. CSWDOr Maria Marlene G. Manaya attended the JICA-PLSD Training Program in Japan on August 7 – 21, 2013; SWO III Cecilia E. Arcilla of CSWDO, Arch. Rey Acosta of the CITY ENGINEER’S OFFICE, Mr. Eduardo Macasaet of CITY AGRICULTURE OFFICE and Barangay Captain Renato Valladolid of Barangay 56-Taysan, Legazpi City were sent to Iida, Nagano, Japan as participants in the EXCHANGE LEARNING PROGRAM from August 24 to September 2, 2013. In the same way, 14 pax from NFU PLSD GTC, Japan took part in the said program in Legazpi City on January 24 -31, 2014;

2. Two (2) grand activities for youths were carried out this year: Positive Lifestyle sponsored by CADAC amounting to P49,600.00 and the Padayon Mindanao - participated in by 100 youths sponsored by the US Peace Corps, Phils. with budget of P52,000.00 and P10,250.00 as LGU counterpart.

3. 8,328 families were enrolled in the DSWD’s PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4Ps): Total CTC/cash pay-out for the year CY 2013: P33,743,000.00

4. Barangays of Bitano and Rawis, this City were recipients of the DSWD’s Urban Kalahi CIDS. The 1,178 household beneficiaries had undergone social preparation activities and trainings. Series of assemblies and meetings were regularly conducted: DSWD’s budget: P132,500.00

5. 466 indigent senior citizens received cash through the social pension program of DSWD at P500.00/month per pax. Total pay-out extended to Legazpi City for the CY-2013: P2,796,000.00;

6. 3,769 day care and EIP children from 80 day care centers of Legazpi City were provided with supplemental feeding funded by the DSWD amounting to P5,879,640.00;

7. Supplemental feeding extended to 100 children at Taysan Resettlement Site by St. Jude c/o Ms. Josephine Lee & BCBP amounting to P3,700.00. A Christmas Party with foods provisions and gifts were likewise provided to said children by the Philippine Pediatrics Society Bicol Chapter;

8. 50 members/beneficiaries of Samahang Livelihood sa Taysan Organization (SALI-TAYO) are actively undertaking eco bags and geo net/abaca strings production. These activities are presently supervised and monitored by the BCBP, DOST and LGU Legazpi;

9. Gawad Kalinga/ANCOP is now in the process of identifying beneficiaries for their 100 housing units. The project is intended for the following would be beneficiaries: evicted, displaced and victims of disasters.

10. 80 day care and EIP workers were provided with a P500.00 quarterly honorarium by the Provincial Government of Albay (PGA). Total amount extended by the province for CY 2013: P120,000.00; and

11. 180 indigent families of the City including the 19 families/evacuees affected by super typhoon Yolanda from Tacloban City were provided with bags of groceries by the Tsakos Seafarers Family Club, Inc.

B. REGULAR PROGRAMS:

1. 2,162 Sr. Citizens were provided with discount IDs, 2,420 were issued with medicine booklets and 2,362 with basic commodities purchase booklets;

2. 70 barangay senior citizens’ associations activated/re-organized, 15 of which were with new sets of elected officers;

3. 233 PWDs were issued with discount IDs as per RA 9442 to include purchase booklets for medicines and groceries; 65 of which were referred to Simon of Cyrene for medical assistance and assistive device;

4. Continuous accreditation of day care centers & day care workers to qualify for the monthly honorarium from the City Government have been conducted by;

5. Orientation/consultation meetings cum capability building to barangay leaders, women’s group involved in CSRPDV;

6. Continuous IEC/advocacy on various existing and applicable laws/ordinances to all sectors;

7. Rescued children in conflict with the law – 64 (without cases filed); 12 (with cases filed)

8. Day Care Service Program: registered and served 4,009 children for this year from the previous year with 3,068 total day care children. The 31% increase was attributed to the intensified 4Ps program of the DSWD and the advocacy in the barangays to prepare the children for K-12 of the DepEd;

9. Financial assistance has been granted to 14 CADAC clients amounting to P126,000.00 for rehabilitation; 10 M.I cases were referred to mental institution;

10. SELF-EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: A total of P20,000.00 has been recommended & granted to two (2) qualified recipients as additional capital assistance (re-loan) to be invested in their respective projects;

11. Provided financial, relief, referrals, counseling & other assistance to City & office clients in especially difficult circumstances;

12. CSWDO staff visited barangays to conduct extensive and rigid PHIC MEMBERSHIP UPDATE AND ENROLLMENT for all members under the sponsorship program of LGU, PGA, NHTS-NG and 4Ps of DSWD:

Breakdown of updated/interviewed per sponsorship:

a) LGU : 5,574 regular members
b) Albay PGA: 8,761 enrollees
c) NHTS-NG : 9,414 enrollees

Distributed 2013 Philhealth cards to the 70 barangays:

a) LGU : 5,490 regular members
b) Albay PGA: 8,761 enrollees
c) NHTS-NG : 6,077 enrollees

13. SPECIAL PROJECTS INITIATED BY THE LGU


a. PHILHEALTH PARA SA MASA - LGU pays the insurance premium of 5,574 members amounting to P6,777,600.00; and

b. “ALAY PAMILYA” PROJECT - 716 indigent families were provided monthly dry food ration for one year with a total amount of P1,718,400.00






MARIA MARLENE G. MANAYA, RSW, MSSW
City Social Welfare & Development Officer



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