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DSWD - CAR DSWD validates poor households in Cordillera Administrative Region The Department of Social Welfare and Development Cordillera Administrative Region (DSWD-CAR) through its National Household Targeting Unit (NHTUis validating households in the region as part of the second round of household assessment of the Listahanan. Listahanan, formerly known as the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction or NHTS-PR is an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. Parts of the ongoing validation are EX02 complaints or the households who claimed that they were not assessed during the data collection phase. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program pertner beneficiaries who have no name matches in the Listahanan 2 database are also being validated if they are still in the area and receiving grants. Listahanan Regional Field Coordinator Theodore Bilagot Solang said most of the “no name match” were due to misspelled names while those that were not assessed by enumerators were due to various reasons such as no qualified respondents during the time of assessment, vacant houses, migration of households, and the lack of time for the assessment. Household members that are valid to be respondents for the assessment are those aging 18 years old and above. The validation of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries started on July 2016 with the assistance of Pantawid Pamilya staff in the municipalities. Validation of other cases or grievances started in August and is expected to last until the end of 2016. “To date, we have validated 129 EX02 complaints whereas there are 9 in Ifugao, 102 in Kalinga, and 18 in Mountain Province”, Listahanan Regional Associate Statistician Shirley N. Claver said. “There are still 220 Pantawid Pamilya housholds for assessment and 659 EX02 complaints for validation”, Claver added. Generation of the profile of poor households will follow after the validation. Sharing of data to different stakholders will be after the finalization of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA 10173 or Data Privacy Act of 2012. The Listahanan second round of assessment in CAR was conducted from March to December 2015. Any queries on Listahanan may be forwarded to the NHTU at (074) 422- 05-89. #DSWD-CAR, SOCIAL MARKETING UNIT, Mark Erik King D. Guanzon 8 The Social Focus

DSWD - CAR Indigent families open “mini grocery” in Apayao Pudtol, Apayao- In unity there is strength. This is a quotation which has been proven many times, from the liberation of a country to the fall of an empire. This can also be exemplified in the Province of Apayao which is a province rich in culture and natural resources but is burdened with one of the deadliest battles of this era – POVERTY. While some are comfortably resting in their sofas, drinking cups of expensive coffee, or bragging about their expensive watch, there are people who sit on the ground, who could not gamble their time to rest just to eat three times a day, or those whose only way of knowing time is by the movement of the sun. Some families in Apayao experience the latter. Small Dreams The Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program members in Pudtol, Apayao realized the importance of having a sustainable livelihood project that someday can help increase their income and directly help them to meet their basic needs. In 2014, 387 individuals from these Pantawid families formed a federation known as Sustainable Livelihood Program Federation (SLP Federation). The Federation came up with a proposal to establish a Grocery Store and Agricultural Farm Supply. And this was made possible with the assistance of the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP). “Noong una, nag decide kami na mag buo ng federation para makatulong sa monitoring ng SLP projects na individually managed kasi that time, wala kaming Project Development Officer”, SLP Federation President Susan Cabusi shared. However, the group noticed the high demand for grocery and agricultural farm supply in the area especially during pay-outs. With that, the federation came to the idea of setting up a Grocery and Agricultural Farm Supply Store. “Ang main purpose po talaga kung bakit kami nag-decide na magkaroon ng grocery store ay dahil nakita namin na instead of private merchandisers and makinabang sa pera ng Pantawid beneficiaries, pwede namang Pantawid uli ang makinabang doon at para magkaroon ng mas magaan-gaan na bilihan ang mga Pantawid [Pamilya] households kaya mababa rin yung markup namin sa mga bilihin dito”, Susan added. Mini steps to make the dream to reality The SLP Federation aimed to reduce the number of individuals caught in the poverty line by creating sustainable livelihood using their group fund. This group fund came from the P500.00 capital share, P20.00 membership fee and P20.00 annual due. On 25 July 2016, the Federation is able to open the Grocery and Agricultural Farm Supply The Social Focus Store. With the initial capital share of 193,660.00, the store is now established near the Municipal Capitol of Pudtol. The grocery sells frozen foods, grocery products, agricultural supplies and SLP products. Aside from the low markup, customers of the store are given additional discounts and patronage refund. “After two years of operations po, lahat ng Pantawid members ay magkakaroon ng patronage refund. Yung mga hindi naman po Pantawid members, binibigyan naman po namin sila ng discount at freebies”, Susan said. Bigger dreams for the mini grocery While others dream of having a six foot three gleaming red Ferrari, the SFP Federation’s dream is to have a tricycle to transport goods to barangays where trucks are unable to go. The federation also plans to construct small stores on upper barangays to sell the products from the grocery. “Kailangan din po sana namin yung tricycle para magamit na pang-deliver sa mga barabarangay dahil target din naming na magkaroon ng branch sa mga remote barangays para mas accessible din para sa mga beneficiaries.” she added. “Plano rin po sana namin na magkaroon ng mas malaking building para mas marami pa kaming mastocks para ma-cater namin ang needs ng customers namin. Gusto rin namin na mai-display dito yung SLP products para mai-market namin.” Susan shared. While the store is operating as planned, the federation continues to dream bigger. The group is also looking forward to more innovations and assistance from partners like the local government unit, and other national government agencies. “Noong nag-ooperate na yung store, tumutulong na saamin ang Department of Trade and Industry. Sila ang tumutulong saamin sa pag-maintain ng mga libro namin. Pati yung LGU nagbigay ng refrigerator at yung Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office po nag-conduct ng capacity building activity para saamin.” Susan added. With will to alleviate poverty, the Pantawid families of Pudtol, Apayao looks forward to the successful operation of the SLP Federation Grocery and Agricultural Farm Supply Store and to the realization of their dream of winning their battle against poverty. Pantawid Pamilya and SLP are two of the poverty alleviation programs of the Government being implemented under the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). While Pantawid Pamilya provides grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities, SLP seeks to improve the socio-economic capacity of the poor by providing livelihood opportunities through skills training, employment facilitation, or provision of seed capital assistance to enhance their access to basic social services and improve their standard of living. #DSWD-CAR, SOCIAL MARKETING UNIT, Mark Erik King D. Guanzon and Nerizza Faye G. Villanueva 9

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