DSWD debunks report in its absence during Mayon Disaster Operations in Albay; DSWD cost of assistance to LGUs amounts to 32.8 million

Legazpi City—The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region V clarifies an isolated report published by a national newspaper on Sunday morning about the alleged absence of the Department in the Mayon Eruption relief operations. Currently, the DSWD provided the total cost of assistance of PhP32,833,008.72 to Albay inclusive of food and non-food items and continuously providing technical assistance to local government units (LGUs) in relation to camp coordination and management, protection of the rights of the evacuees and generation and consolidation of its Disaster Response, Operations and Monitoring reports daily.

Just three days after Albay ordered the evacuation of more than 8,000 families within the 7-kilometer extended danger zone, the DSWD Region V was quick to augment 5,500 family food packs (FFPs) upon the request of the Provincial Local Government Unit (PLGU) of Albay and 500 family food packs were provided as initial augmentation to Legazpi City.

Governor Al Francis Bichara acknowledged the assistance of DSWD to the provincial government of Albay.

To date, DSWD provided a 50,095 family food packs amounting to PhP20,007,818.00 and PhP12,825,190.72 worth of non-food items (malong, assorted toys, dignity kits and blankets) to PLGU Albay and nine cities/municipalities (cities of Ligao, Tabaco, Legazpi together with Guinobatan, Malilipot, Bacacay, Sto. Domingo, Daraga and Camalig) affected by the Mayon Volcano eruption with a total of 22,369 families affected as Mayon alert level 4 is still hoisted.

The affected LGUs should submit to DSWD their disaster report and request letter signed by the local chief executive (LCE) to access the said available augmentation support from the DSWD.

DSWD is prepared to support LGUs with food
Dir. Arnel Garcia said that the agency can provide for 20,000 families for 100 days if this need arises.
DSWD Region V has sufficient stocks at the Regional warehouse and is still expecting the arrival of 26,824 additional family food packs from the DSWD Central Office. It has also requested another 1,000,000 family food packs worth P402,000,000.00 to address the food requirement of the affected families if disaster operations continue for another three months. Non-food items like dignity kits, malong, plastic mats and mosquito nets amounting to Php206,808,768.00are expected to arrive at FO V anytime.

However, LGUs reported to DSWD that the evacuees have sufficient food supply because various donors pour out assistance to evacuation centers. To date, DSWD recorded a total of Php10,240,448.00 coming from non-government organizations (NGOs).
Meanwhile, other national government agencies (NGAs) and LGUs also provided assistance amounting to PhP71,673,523.69.

DSWD Cash-for-Work Program
Last Wednesday, DSWD formally inked the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with local chief executives from the cities of Ligao, Tabaco, Legazpi together with Guinobatan, Malilipot, Bacacay, Sto. Domingo, Daraga and Camalig for the Cash-for-Work Program that will provide families with cash assistance in exchange for community works while inside the evacuation centers. The DSWD will prioritize families inside evacuation centers in its Cash-For-Work with a budget amounting to 61,973,000.00.

The Mother Proposal for the said program has been forwarded to Usec. Emmanuel A. Leyco, OIC-DSWD Central Office last Feb. 1, 2018.

While the DSWD Region V is expected to receive the submission of the LGU’s Project Proposals and Sangguniang Bayan (SB) resolution as part of the program’s documentary requirements.

DSWD will immediately download the funds to LGUs once they complete the documentary requirements.
Augmentation to camp management in Guinobatan, Albay

Similarly, Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Sec. Francis Tolentino from the Office of the Presidential Coordinator for Mayon Operations has ordered DSWD to act as co- Camp Managers of Guinobatan. 48 additional DSWD personnel will be deployed in 20 evacuation centers to augment in the management of evacuation centers starting tomorrow.

The DSWD Region V visited the evacuation centers in Guinobatan last Friday checking the actual situations of the displaced families. DSWD will also conduct psychosocial processing for the evacuees together with DOH as the lead agency.
Other response efforts

Dir. Arnel Garcia of DSWD Region V as the Vice-Chair for Response regularly presides Response Cluster Meeting to cull out important issues and concerns of the evacuees.

DSWD continuously to monitor, validate and assess of evacuation centers to ensure that the needs of IDPs are met and are compliant to zero sexual and gender-based violence environment.

Moreover, there are additional members of the Quick Response Team (QRT) in the Regional Office to augment in the monitoring. The QRT at the Regional Office will report in two shifts: 8:00am-4:00 pm, 3:00pm-11: 00 pm, to generate and validate disaster reports from different affected areas of Mayon eruption.

The QRT members will also provide technical assistance to LGUs specifically the camp managers, local social welfare and development offices (LSWDOs) and local disaster risk reduction and management offices (LDRRMOs) in the protection of the rights of the the evacuees.

DSWD field workers are also checking the relief distribution of DSWD food packs in the evacuation centers. DSWD also pre-positioned two tents at BRTTH for the possible influx of patients

The Emergency Telecom Equipment is on standby in case stable data or network connection and communications lines are cut in Albay.

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DSWD can provide food aid to LGUs affected by Mayon eruption for three months

Legazpi City—Dir. Arnel Garcia said in a press conference earlier today that the agency can provide for 20,000 families for 100 days if this need arises.

He added that the agency can call the National Office to augment delivery of family food packs (FFPs) amounting to PhP402,000,000 to sustain the food requirement of 20,000 in three months.
DSWD still expects the number of evacuees to rise as Mayon volcano remains in alert level 4 status. Based on the 12noon DSWD data today, there are 19,249 affected families or 74, 290 individuals coming from nine municipalities namely, Camalig, Daraga, Guinobatan, Ligao City, Malilipot, Tabaco City, Sto. Domingo, Bacacay and Legazpi City.
“Hindi po kayo mauubusan ng pagkain at tulong dahil may karanasan na tayo sa malawakang evacuation noon (You will not run out of food and government aid because we have experienced extensive evacuation before),” he said.

Relief assistance to Albay
As of the press time, the province of Albay through its provincial government and city government of Legazpi already received the total cost of assistance amounting to PhP17,123,024.72 which includes the following food and non-food items:
 13,503 Family Food Packs – PhP 5,297,834
 14,000 pieces of Malong – PhP 3,500,000
 6,503 pieces dignity kit – PhP 7,023,240
 2,000 pieces assorted toys – PhP 194,880
 6,503 pieces blanket – PhP 1,107,070.72

Moreover, the DSWD Regional Office has already requested a total of 69,000 family food packs from its National Office. Twelve trucks (trucks courtesy of World Food Programme) ferried a total of 19, 500 family food packs (FFPs) from the National Office today while the Provincial Government of Albay picked up the remaining 4,343 of the requested 12,003 FFPs from the DSWD Regional Warehouse this morning.

One (1) DSWD family food pack contains six (6) kilos of rice, four (4) tin cans of corned beef, four (4) tin cans of sardines and six (6) packs of energy drink or coffee sufficient for five members of a family good for two days. The LGUs also provide relief supplies to affected families but the packaging and content vary.

DSWD promotes the evacuees’ rights
In a meeting of the Quick Response Teams (QRTs) yesterday, Ms. Corazon Pitero, Social Welfare Officer V, emphasized the importance of validating the data enclosed in the disaster report submitted by the local government units (LGUs). She said that the generated reports are the basis of DSWD, other national government agencies (NGAs) and non-government organizations (NGOs) for the relief efforts.
The QRT members will also provide technical assistance to LGUs specifically the camp managers, local social welfare and development offices (LSWDOs) and local disaster risk reduction and management offices (LDRRMOs) in the protection of the rights of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) or the evacuees.

“We look after the safety and wellbeing of our IDPs especially the vulnerable groups including the elderly, women, children and persons with disability (PWDs),” Garcia added.

Evacuation centers should be clean, healthy and safe for everyone. DSWD recommends that these evacuation centers must have child-friendly spaces for their protection and women-friendly spaces for gender sensitivity.

The QRT will also monitor the general facilities if there are existing medial stations, hand washing and laundry areas, waste disposal area, kitchen for cooking, breastfeeding rooms, conjugal rooms and domestic animal pens.

Selling, buying of relief goods punishable by imprisonment of up to 12 years
Section 19 of Republic Act (RA)10121 or the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 prohibits the selling of relief goods, equipment, or other aid commodities intended for distribution to disaster victims. It also prohibits buying, either for consumption or resale, of relief supplies both from disaster relief agencies and from the recipient disaster-affected persons.

Other prohibited acts include preventing the entry and distribution of relief goods in disaster-stricken areas; diverting or misdelivery of relief goods; forcibly seizing of the goods intended for a specific group of victims or relief agency; and, accepting, possessing, using or disposing of relief supplies not intended for nor consigned to a person.

The prohibited acts further include misrepresenting the source of relief goods either by covering or replacing the labels, repacking the goods into containers with different markings, or by making a false verbal claim that the goods came from another agency or persons; and, substituting or replacing relief goods, equipment or other aid commodities with the same items of inferior or cheaper quality.
Under the law, those who commit any of the prohibited acts face a fine ranging from P50,000 – P500,000 or imprisonment of six years up to 12 years.

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DSWD assures public of sufficient relief assistance due to rising number of families affected by Mayon eruption

Legazpi City—Dir. Arnel Garcia called for an emergency meeting with the heads of offices in preparation for the expected increase of affected families as alert level 4 for Mayon was hoisted early this afternoon.

Dir. Garcia assured the public that the agency is ready to help local government units (LGUs) with the provision of humanitarian relief assistance.

DSWD Region V will request 39,000 family food packs (FFPs) today as the supplement to the previous request of 30,000 FFPs last week from the National office. To date, the National Office has a partial delivery of 9,500 FFPs to the Regional Office. There is an available stock of 5,962 FFPs that were procured and repacked by the Regional Office. In total, the available stock of FFPs at the DSWD Regional Office is 15,462.

Moreover, the regional office has already provided a total of the PhP16,221,024.77 worth of assistance to Albay.

The Quick Response Teams (QRTs) will continuously monitor the conditions of the affected families. The QRT at the Regional Office will report in two shifts: 8:00am-5: 00 pm, 4:00pm-11: 00 pm, to generate and validate disaster reports from different affected areas of Mayon eruption.

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DSWD partners with LGUs and sets ESA payout in two batches; beneficiaries to receive assistance in cash only

Legazpi City—The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region V partners with the local government units (LGUs) to facilitate the distribution of the Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) to families whose houses were destroyed by Typhoon Nina of the affected areas in the provinces of Albay, Camarines Sur and Catanduanes.

Regional Director Arnel Garcia reiterated that qualified beneficiaries will receive the assistance in cash and only validated list of qualified beneficiaries are entitled to the said aid.

The schedule of the ESA payout will not be disclosed by DSWD to the public for security purposes. The ESA claimants can directly contact the LGUs that will announce the date of assistance distribution.

During the payout, the claimants must bring a valid government-issued ID (with picture and signature). If the claimant is dead, the household member who is included on the ESA form can present a document that will prove the relationship such as marriage or birth certificate. If the beneficiary is a member of the Indigenous People, the claimant should bring a certification from the barangay council and municipal social welfare and development office (MSWDO).

Furthermore, the DSWD completed the fund transfer for the payment of the totally damaged houses while the transfer of funds for the partially damaged houses is still on process.

DSWD arranged the fund transfer to LGUs through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to expedite the process of the payout. The fund from DSWD to LGUs are released in two tranches. The second and last tranche will only be transferred to LGUs if they completed the liquidation of the first tranche. Thus, the ESA payout at the LGU-level will be done in two separate batches.

Families with partially damaged houses will receive P10,000.00 that will be paid through the Provincial LGU. For totally damaged houses, families already received P5,000.00 of the P30,000.00 cash assistance and the remaining balance will be distributed by the municipal LGU.

Similarly, the provincial LGU of Camarines Sur will do the payout for the municipality of Libmanan.

Moreover, the payroll prepared by DSWD Region V is the sole basis of the ESA payout. If there are changes in the claimant, the LGU must consult and seek for the approval from Dir. Garcia through the Protective Services Unit (PSU).

The list of ESA beneficiaries was based on the LGU reports which was submitted to DSWD Region V last January 30, 2017. Consequently, the lists were validated by the DSWD field workers. There were ineligible families for ESA because some persons moved out or cannot be located.

ESA is the provision of emergency “self-build” shelter assistance through limited financial assistance in order to augment the resources of families affected by disasters. In particular, it enables them to purchase shelter materials required in constructing or repairing their damaged houses as a result of disasters.

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DSWD is ready to send additional aid to LGUs affected by Mayon eruption; activates emergency team

Legazpi City—The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region V is ready to provide relief supplies to local government units (LGUs) experiencing the effects of the Mayon eruption in Albay.

As of January 15, 2018, 12 noon, the Regional Office has 12,926 family food packs in the warehouse. There are also non-food items available consisting of 34,363 pcs. malong, 382 rolls of laminated sacks, 7,327 dignity kits, and 52,853 blankets.

One (1) box of DSWD family food pack contains six (6) kilos of rice, four (4) tin cans of corned beef, four (4) tin cans of sardines and six (6) packs of energy drink or coffee sufficient for five members of a family good for two days. The LGUs also provide relief supplies to affected families but the packaging and content vary.

DSWD Region V is regularly replenishing its stockpiles with and regularly prepositioning relief supplies in preparation for any possible disaster occurrences.

According to Dir. Arnel Garcia during the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC) meeting earlier today: DSWD OIC Sec. Emmanuel Leyco approved the request of additional 30,000 family food packs for Bicol region.

The affected LGUs should submit to DSWD their disaster report and request letter signed by the local chief executive (LCE) to access the said available augmentation support from the DSWD.

Furthermore, the provincial and municipal action team leaders of DSWD are continuously monitoring the situation in the province of Albay. They are also working closely with the disaster risk reduction and management offices (DRRMOs) and social welfare and development offfices (SWDOs) to generate the latest reports.

The Emergency Management Team at the Regional Office has started its duty since yesterday until now to consolidate reports coming from LGUs.

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DSWD activates Emergency Management and Action Teams in preparation for TS Urduja

Legazpi City—The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region V has already activated the Emergency Management Team (EMT) at the Regional Office today.

The EMT will coordinate with local government units (LGUs) through the DSWD extensions offices at the provincial level for humanitarian relief assistance.

Dir. Arnel Garcia instructed the DSWD municipal/city and provincial action teams to closely work with the Provincial/Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Offices (DRRMOs) to gather disaster reports and updates.

There are no reported evacuees but there are stranded passengers based on the DSWD FOV Update Report re: TS Urduja as of 9am, December 15, 2017:

DSWD Region V has Php 8,662,702.15 standby funds and stockpile of 5,118 family food packs (FFPs) ready for augmentation to LGUs. DSWD provides Food and Non-Food Items (FNFI) to the disaster-affected families.

Moreover, DSWD has 22,500 pre-positioned relief goods or FFPs in the following areas based on the Disaster Response Operations Monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC) Report on TS “URDUJA” as of 14 December 2017, 8PM:

Municipality Quantity
LGU San Jose, Camarines Sur 1,000
LGU Canaman, Camarines Sur 500
LGU Camaligan, Camarines Sur 500
LGU Donsol, Sorsogon 500
LGU Pilar, Sorsogon 1,000
LGU Prieto Diaz, Sorsogon 500
LGU Panganiban, Catanduanes 1,000
LGU Bagamanoc, Catanduanes 1,000
LGU Virac, Catanduanes 1,000
LGU Tinambac, Camarines Sur 1,000
LGU Balatan, Camarines Sur 1,000
LGU Bombon, Camarines Sur 500
LGU Mercedes, Camarines Norte 1,000
LGU Vinzons, Camarines Norte 1,000
LGU Libmanan, Camarines Sur 1,500
LGU Siruma, Camarines Sur 1,000
LGU Esperanza, Masbate 1,500
LGU Juban, Sorsogon 500
LGU Placer, Masbate 1,500
LGU Magallanes, Sorsogon 500
LGU Viga, Catanduanes 1,000
LGU Pandan, Catanduanes 1,000
LGU Lagonoy, Camarines Sur 1,000
LGU Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte 1,000
LGU Jovellar, Albay 500

On the other hand, DSWD Officer-in-Charge Emmanuel A. Leyco said that DSWD does not tolerate and strongly condemns the selling and buying of the Department’s relief goods. He warns the public that those who commit any of the prohibited acts face a fine ranging from P50,000 – P500,000 or imprisonment of six years up to 12 years
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Section 19 of RA10121 or the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 prohibits the selling of relief goods, equipment, or other aid commodities intended for distribution to disaster victims. It also prohibits buying, either for consumption or resale, of relief supplies both from disaster relief agencies and from the recipient disaster-affected persons.

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DSWD Region V joins in the observance of the National Disaster Resilience Month

The DSWD Region V featured a display of its programs, activities and services as part of its roles in disaster response during the Office of Civil Defense’s (OCD) Resilience Caravan last November 22, 2017 at Ibalong Center for Recreation as part of the observance of the National Disaster Resilience Month.

Legazpi City─The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region V participated in the observance of the National Disaster Resilience Month through Office of Civil Defense’s (OCD) Resilience Caravan last November 22, 2017 at Ibalong Centrum for Recreation (ICR) together with other government agencies.

The resilience caravan is a part of the month-long observance with the theme: 4Ks: Kamalayan sa Kahandaan, Katumbas ay Kaligtasan. It was attended by more than 800 elementary students (Grade four to six) who were educated on the basic concepts of disaster resilience focusing on the protective mechanisms and actions available to save lives and protect people’s livelihood during emergencies and disasters.

The DSWD featured a display of its programs, activities and services as part of its roles in disaster response. The students were oriented about DSWD’s humanitarian relief assistance, temporary shelters, emergency shelter assistance, core shelter assistance, cash/food-for-work, camp coordination and management, child-friendly spaces, psychosocial support activities, rapid damage assessment and needs analysis (RDANA) and financial assistance.

DSWD is a member agency of the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC) headed by the OCD. It leads in the planning, coordination and monitoring of all disaster response efforts in accordance with RA 10121, also known as National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 (with reports from OCD Bicol).

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Construction of the new DSWD Regional Office is underway

The design of the new DSWD Building. The P120 million wort building is planned to be completed in three years.

The DSWD holds the groundbreaking ceremony of the P120-million DSWD building at the Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City last November 7, 2017.

During the said ceremony, DSWD Dir. Arnel Garcia was joined by DSWD Undersecretary Camilo Gudmalin, Albay Governor Al Francis Bichara, DPWH OIC Assistant Regional Director Esmeraldo Sarmiento and Auditor Cecil Imperial to witness the said event.

“We are proud to be part of this momentous event and with this initiative being done to provide safe, suitable and secure facilities,” Usec. Gudmalin who represents OIC Sec. Emmanuel Leyco said.

Moreover, Dir. Garcia is grateful of this progress because this is a longtime dream which has come into fruition. He also added that the new DSWD building near Depart of Science and Technology (DOST) and in front of Bureau of Treasury will be closer to the public because of its strategic location.

“This is a milestone for the DSWD because we can now have a conducive office space for our manpower and especially for our clients: those people seeking for financial assistance, local government units (LGUs), civil society organizations (CSOs) and other groups who wish to avail of our programs and services,” Dir. Garcia said.

The existing DSWD building at Buraguis, Legazpi City was constructed 35 years ago that can only accommodate 65 persons. Today, the actual number of employees who report at the said office is more or less 300 based on the Human Resource and Development Unit (HRDU) data. However, this building will remain as an extension office of DSWD once the new building is completed.

“The DSWD Regional Office has grown with a total of 2,800 personnel and its 10% report to the regional office,” Dir. Garcia added.

The construction of the two-storey building worth P120 million will be erected in three years on the 3,000 square meter lot which was granted to DSWD through the efforts of the Regional Development Council (RDC) under the leadership of RDC Chairman Bichara.

However, an initial cost of P18 million was downloaded for the sub-soil exploration and construction of fencing and the ground floor of the main building grid one to seven.

“The remaining amount was already requested from the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to complete the building in three years’ time but we will lobby to facilitate that this will be done in a shorter period,” Usec. Gudmalin said.

Gov. Bichara is also offering lots in Ligao City for the DSWD’s Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY). He is also offering a space for the DSWD warehouse in Legazpi City.

“We are very lucky to witness this historic event because after 35 years, we will have a DSWD Regional Headquarters,” Gov. Bichara added.

Usec. Gudmalin said that the current DSWD office is a Marcos-type of building designed as a training facility.

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