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9 Guimarasnons get Centenarian gift

NINE Guimarasnons recently received their Centenarian gift amounting to P100,000.
Director Rebecca Geamala of DSWD Field Office VI handed the incentives to the elderly and their immediate family.
Amounting to a total of P900,000, Guimaras is the second province to receive the gift after Iloilo’s 109 centenarians received theirs a week earlier.
“I would buy a dress,” said one centenarian.
“I would buy a very big house just like the one that my mother has,” said another.
Geamala, in her message, called on the families of the recipients “to use the money for the use of the centenarians. Buy them milk, vitamins and medicines that they need. Ask them what they want. We want them to enjoy the money.”
Two of them bought immediately wheelchairs after the awarding ceremony for easier mobility.
Also present during the activity was Governor Samuel Gumarin, DSWD Protective Service Unit head Rosario Sanagustin and Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Shirly Gabutin./dswd6/May Grecia Rago

Caption:
1. One of the centenarians buys a new wheelchair after getting her P100,000 cash gift

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Libreng Gamot para sa Masa ready to aid Ilonggos

By May Grecia-Rago

THE DSWD’s Libreng Gamot para sa Masa is ready to help Ilonggos for their medical needs.
“Ginatawagan namon ang mga nagakinahanglan sang bulong nga mag-avail (We are calling those who need medicines to avail),” said Rebecca P. Geamala, regional director of DSWD Field Office VI.
The project, also called Lingap sa Masa, is an initiative of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, providing P1Billion to fund medicine assistance for indigent Filipinos who cannot afford to buy medicines.

Out of the amount, Region 6 received P138 million.

The agency entered into an agreement with Western Visayas Medical Center (WVMC) for the project.
To avail, the patient or representative shall present the doctor’s prescription to the pharmacy of WVMC. The pharmacy shall then issue a quotation for the needed medicines.
The patient or his representative shall present the quotation to the DSWD Social Worker together with other requirements.
The Social worker is situated right beside the WVMC pharmacy in the Lingap sa Masa desk.
The DSWD social worker shall then assess the case if found eligible. A DSWD Lingap sa Masa Guarantee Letter (GL) which includes the amount of the needed medicines will be issued to the patient so that the patient can get the medicines for free.
In-patients are required to submit the doctor’s prescription, certificate of indigency and valid ID. Those who are living in far areas may get their certificate of indigency to the hospital’s Social Service Office and do not have to go to their barangays.
Those in the out-patient, meaning those who have consulted with the Out-patient Department (OPD) of WVMC, the same requirements apply.
As much as P75,000 worth of medications maybe covered.
Lingap is already implemented in other hospitals in the country–University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH) in the National Capital Region (NCR); Jose B. Lingad Memorial Hospital in San Fernando City, Pampanga (Region III); Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (VSMMC) in Cebu City (Region VII); Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) in Davao City; and the Davao Regional Hospital (DRH) in Tagum City (Region XI).

The implementation of Lingap is guided by Memorandum Circular No. 02 formulated by the Department to ensure an orderly and standard utilization free medicine fund.

WHO CAN AVAIL

Under the Lingap guidelines, indigent Filipinos who are either confined in or receiving out-patient treatment from identified hospitals and who are in need of prescription medicines are qualified as beneficiaries. Priority, however, will be given to the following:
1. Families or individuals who are indigent, vulnerable, or disadvantaged;
2. Those in the informal sector and poor based on the DSWD Listahanan;
3. Those who are in crisis situations based on the assessment of social workers;
4. Government employees and contract of service workers working in the government; and
beneficiaries of soldiers and police who were killed or wounded in the line of duty./dswd6

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DSWD6 releases P10.9M for Centenarians

By: May Grecia-Rago

THE DSWD6 released a total of P10.9 million for Centenarians early today.
The amount was released to 109 elderly with age ranging from 100 to 115. Each of them received P100,000.

The payment of the cash award is mandated by Republic Act 10868 or the Centenarian Act, which was passed into law last year.
“Today, we are making another history, another milestone in the field of social work. This is the first time that we are releasing the cash incentives to Centenarians,” said Rebecca P. Geamala, regional director.
Geamala, along with Governor Arthur Defensor, assistant regional directors Delia Bagolcol and Evangeline Felecio, provincial administrator Raul Banias and local chief executives, released the cash award to them.
“This makes us even more happy and proud to be in the social welfare work. We get to touch the lives of people. We get to make a difference. And we will never cease because our passion is to see transformation in the lives of individuals, families and communities whom we serve,” said Geamala.
If broken down, 90 of the Centenarians are from Iloilo while 19 come from Iloilo City.

P36M FUND FOR WV
A P36 million fund was downloaded for Region 6 earlier.
According to Rosario Sanagustin, head of Protective Services Unit, the DSWD Central Office has downloaded the amount to the regional office recently.
Sanagustin said her office is now processing the needed documents for the release of the cash incentives to other provinces.
As specified in Republic Act 10868 or the “Centenarians Act of 2016”, Honoring Filipinos who have reached the age of one hundred years old whether residing in the Philippines or abroad will receive awards and incentives that include a centenarian gift of P100,000 and a Letter of Felicitation signed by the President from the national government thru DSWD.
Also, the Local Government Units (LGU) is directed to give awards and incentives wherein amount for the cash incentive will be determined by LGUs thru a resolution or ordinance.
Judith Tanate-Barredo, focal person, said DSWD6 has verified and validated the centenarians in Region 6 including Negros Occidental in 2016.

2017 BENEFICIARIES
For 2017, a total of 27 centenarians have been reported by the Local Social Welfare and Development Officers (LSWDOs).
Barredo requested LSWDOs to submit names of those who will be turning 100 years old in 2018 and start preparing the documents required for the availment of the awards and incentives.
Documtents needed are birth certificates or for Overseas Filipino Centenarian their Philippine passports to be able to avail.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED
For non-availability of the primary document, any one (1) of the following IDs may also be accepted:
• Senior Citizens ID card issued by the Head of the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA) indicating the year of birth,
• Other Philippine-government issued identification cards such as LTO –issued driver’s license,
• Social security cards like the GSIS and SSS, PRC license, Philippine Postal ID, COMELEC voter’s ID, showing Filipino citizenship and year of birth as a reference point for the centenarian’s eligibility for the awards and incentives.
Any two (2) of the following secondary documents may also be accepted in the absence of primary IDs:
• Marriage Certificate of the centenarian issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or the Local Civil Registrar
• Birth Certificate of children borne by/of the centenarian issued by the PSA of the local Civil Registrar
• Affidavit executed by two(2) disinterested persons aged 80 years old who have personal knowledge of the centenarian’s date or birth or actual age,
• Old school or Employment records showing date of birth of centenarian
• baptismal and/or Confirmation records of centenarian certified by the parish church and other religious denomination,etc./dswd6

 

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`Lilia’ graduates cum laude

BY: MAY GRECIA RAGO

WHILE many of the children her age were enjoying a happy and normal childhood, she had to suffer the ordeal of being victimized by sexual abuse.
Her early years were dark for her and her other sibling. Two of them, out of a brood of six, were molested by their own father, the man who was supposed to protect and take care of them.

But Lilia, not her real name, did not let her past shape her future. Instead, she chose to surpass expectations.
Very recently, Lilia graduated cum laude in a college in Iloilo City with a course of Bachelor of Science in Social Work.
It was in May 2011 when she, along with her mother and other siblings, was brought to the Regional Center for Women, one of the residential-based institutions being managed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI. Lilia was only 16 years old then.
According to Haydee Canilla, head of the RCW, the DSWD helped them in the legal aspect in partnership with the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office of the Department of Justice (DOJ). The father is still currently at large.
Inside the center, they were assisted to continue their schooling.
Their mother was taught with basic life skills, livelihood projects as well as housekeeping and tending for her children.
For two years, they were part of the center’s life—from New Year’s eve celebration to the next year’s Christmas.
It was in year 2013, when the DSWD staff in the center finally found a custodian for the eventual return of the family in the community. Her mom, along with her five siblings, were brought to their grandfather in Mindanao.
Lilia, however, remained in the center so that the government can continue to help her.

LESSONS
Asked of the messages that she wants to impart, she said, “Despite of your past, never lose hope and never give-up. Learn from your past. Even if you fall, just get back up. No matter how many times you fall.”
Lilia also said that each person should learn from life’s experiences.
“We should learn our lessons not just because we want to be successful but because we want to be better persons.”
SUPPORT
Aside from DSWD, Lilia also received financial aid for SOS Children’s Village and William Martirez, a benefactor, for her school fees.
Lilia is still under DSWD’s care until now and hopes to be one of the workforce of the agency in the near future.
“I will have to fulfill my commitment with SOS because they spent for my schooling. After that, I would love to serve the people through DSWD,” she said.

FAMILY
Lilia’s mother and siblings were entrusted to their grandfather in Mindanao where they have stayed for four years now.
Her mom now earns through the skills she was taught in the center. She gets income through cooking and massage.
Her older sister is studying Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. The other siblings have also continued their schooling.
On the day of graduation, her mom traveled all the way from Mindanao to Iloilo to celebrate the triumph of her daughter.

THE RCW
The RCW was established in year 2000 with the joint efforts of the Congressional Spouses Foundation Incorporated, DSWD, and the Local Government Unit.
Target clients of RCW are disadvantaged women and children who are victims of domestic violence; battered or physically abused; victims of illegal recruitment; victims of involuntary or forced prostitution, victims of illegal recruitment; and children who are victims of neglect and abandonment.
“We are implementing a holistic approach for the healing and recovery of our residents. These include livelihood trainings for them, conduct of counselling, and support of a psychologist and a nurse for them,” said Canilla./dswd6

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Lolo Leonardo gets social pension

Sitting excitedly and attentively, this old man wearing a blue cap with the glittering unfrowned brows over his big circled eyes is excitedly holding the pen to sign the receive part of the document for his pension.

Lolo Leonardo S. Genodia, 65, of Brgy. Zamora, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental is one of the many senior citizens who for the first time received his social pension. He was one of the hacienda workers, born into a family that had worked in the sugar fields for generations. His family used to be resident farm workers of hacienda in their area.

“Nalipay gid ako nga isa ako sa nakabaton sang pension subong,” (I am now at seventh heaven because I was one of the many who received the social pension), Lolo Leonardo said.

Instead of going to school during my younger years, I preferred working in the sugar field because “Pigado gid kami,”(We are really poor) he stressed. “Until I have my own family,” he continued his story. “I continued to work, did any  jobs just to earn and feed my wife and five children.”

“But still I had difficulty. Sometimes, if I could earn more than I usually earned, I could buy slippers, biscuits and some other needs of my children.”

Lolo Leonardo said, “I was once durable and sturdy like the sugar cane. For generations, I have survived through striving and doing any jobs specifically during dead season (tiempo muerto). I never chose jobs, the most important thing for me is to earn for my family.”

“At least my hard work pays. My children finished high school and now they have their own family. Somehow they could find work better than I had and send their children to school too.”

He, however, expressed that finding work at this time is impossible. He was recently diagnosed of having lung cancer.

“Who could say that I would still be fit to work? All I can do is just sit and walk a little due to my illness,” he said.

“Still I am lucky because of my wife and children who never feel tired to take care of me despite of difficulties.

My children would sometimes give a little help for my medicine but I do not always expect since they also have their own family,” he said.

Lolo Leonardo also shared that his wife even works as a helper at times to help him buy medicines and food.

“Nevertheless, God provides. Perhaps he sees how difficult we live,” he said.

“Through this Social Pension, I can now buy some of my medicines and our food.

This is really a big help for me and my family,” he said. “I am very happy for this amount that I’ve got.

This pension by some means could cross our needs,” Lolo Leonardo finally said with a cloudy eyes of tears/dswd6/Merry Jezzel M.  Brendia

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P36M fund now ready for Centenarians

BY: MAY GRECIA-RAGO (with reports from LILIBETH FRENCH, PIA)

A P36 million fund is now ready for release to Centenarians.

This was revealed by regional director Rebecca P. Geamala of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI.

“We are happy to share this development as this answers the long wait of our Centenarians,” said Geamala.

The fund will be released before the month of April ends to a total of 360 beneficiaries who were identified in 2016. Each will receive P100,000.

According to Rosario Sanagustin, head of Protective Services Unit, the DSWD Central Office has downloaded the amount to the regional office recently.

Sanagustin said her office is now processing the needed documents for the release of the cash incentives to intended beneficiaries.

As specified in Republic Act 10868 or the “Centenarians Act of 2016”, Honoring Filipinos who have reached the age of one hundred years old whether residing in the Philippines or abroad will receive awards and incentives that include a centenarian gift of P100,000 and a Letter of Felicitation signed by the President from the national government thru DSWD.

Also, the Local Government Units (LGU) is directed to give awards and incentives wherein amount for the cash incentive will be determined by LGUs thru a resolution or ordinance.

Judith Tanate-Barredo, focal person, said DSWD6 has verified and validated the centenarians in Region 6 including Negros Occidental in 2016.

TIME OF RELEASE

Barredo said that the regional office is releasing the amount this month.

Under the law, the release of the awards and incentives is set on the first Sunday of October declared as the National Respect for Centenarians Day (NRCD) which is in line also with the Elderly Filipino Week celebration or during the actual birthday of the centenarian.

However, Barredo said considering the age of the beneficiaries they will release the gift earlier.

To date, out of the 360, some 38 beneficiaries have reportedly died already.

Those who died upon the effectivity of the law will still be given a centenarian gift to be received by the nearest surviving relative or family.

2017 BENEFICIARIES

For 2017, a total of 27 centenarians have been reported by the Local Social Welfare and Development Officers (LSWDOs).

Barredo requested LSWDOs to submit names of those who will be turning 100 years old in 2018 and start preparing the documents required for the availment of the awards and incentives.

Documtents needed are birth certificates or for Overseas Filipino Centenarian their Philippine passports to be able to avail.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

For non-availability of the primary document, any one (1) of the following IDs may also be accepted:
• Senior Citizens ID card issued by the Head of the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA) indicating the year of birth,
• Other Philippine-government issued identification cards such as LTO –issued driver’s license,
• Social security cards like the GSIS and SSS, PRC license, Philippine Postal ID, COMELEC voter’s ID, showing Filipino citizenship and year of birth as a reference point for the centenarian’s eligibility for the awards and incentives.

Any two (2) of the following secondary documents may also be accepted in the absence of primary IDs:
• Marriage Certificate of the centenarian issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or the Local Civil Registrar
• Birth Certificate of children borne by/of the centenarian issued by the PSA of the local Civil Registrar
• Affidavit executed by two(2) disinterested persons aged 80 years old who have personal knowledge of the centenarian’s date or birth or actual age,
• Old school or Employment records showing date of birth of centenarian
• baptismal and/or Confirmation records of centenarian certified by the parish church and other religious denomination,etc./dswd6

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CICL wins in writing competition

By: May Grecia Rago

They say second chances must be seized.
For this Child in Conflict with the Law, he did not just grab his second opportunity in life. He also made a mark.
Years back, “Harold”(not his real name), had to face a situation not every child his age gets to encounter.
He was brought to the Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY), a center of DSWD for Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL).
Far from that kid though, Harold, now 17 years old, proved that with proper guidance, kids can explore their potentials instead of falling victim as child offenders.
Harold recently won in the “Write On Writing Competition” as one of the top three winners in the country in the professional category.
“It was one of the best stories that I have seen a 17-year-old write,” said Bobby Pappas, a US Peace Corps volunteer.
Pappas said Write On is an international writing competition started by Peace Corps volunteers.
Write On Philippines was conducted recently by American volunteers working in the Philippines.
The competition aims to build creative writing skills, foster new writers, teach the youth on how to be creative in writing, provide avenues for self-expression as well as showcasing of writing skills.

PROOF
Asked whether how he feels about his winning, Harold said, “It made me happy. I have proven that CICL can achieve things also.”
Harold was enrolled by RRCY staff at the Alternative Learning System (ALS) so that his studies can be continued.

LIVELIHOOD
Harold, along with other residents of RRCY, are currently into stone pot making.
The livelihood project has made them earn money for themselves. Some were even able to send money for their families.
Some also sent money for their relatives to have fare to go visit them.

The stone pots have been showcased already in various fairs including Guimaras Manggahan Festival and DSWD Anniversary.
The center also has a showroom where the crafts of the residents are displayed.

MUSIC, DANCE AS THERAPY
As observed by the staff of RRCY, music and dance have proven to be an effective therapy for the rehabilitation of the CICL.
Susan Mogato, center head of RRCY, said that they have employed lessons in music and dancing for the rehabilitation of children.
“We saw that these were effective in helping the kids,” she said.
As of this writing, the group has won in the provincial level in a recent dance competition. Also, they have an established band at the center.

CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
Mogato also revealed that the RRCY was recently conferred as a Center of Excellence.
The accreditation is being conducted by the Standards Bureau of the DSWD National Office.
Areas being looked into are facilities, case management, and implementation of programs and services.
The Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY) is a residential facility for children in conflict with the law ages 15 years old and below 18. The center aims to provide the residents the ambiance of a home for their reformation./dswd6

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