Millennium Challenge Corporation funds 679 community sub-projects in Bicol under Kalahi-CIDSS

Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD), completed 532 out of 679 community sub-projects in 26 poor municipalities of Bicol with a grant of PhP797,682,994.00 from Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).

MCC has also provided PhP42,648,000.00 to train residents elected as community volunteers under the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee who manage these sub-projects.

In total, MCC had provided Bicol with PhP840,330,994.00 to address the prioritized needs of poor villages.

The table below shows the breakdown of the MCC grant to implement different modes of Kalahi-CIDSS from 2012-2016:

Modality Community Sub-project Grant Training for Community Volunteers Total Grant
Makamasang-Tugon 107,550,000.00 7,170,000.00 114,720,000.00
Cycle 1 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Cycle 2 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Cycle 3 197,100,000.00 11,826,000.00 208,926,000.00
Additional Grant 20,363,844.00 20,363,844.00
Gender Incentive Grant 3,064,389.00 3,064,389.00
Incentive Grant 75,404,761.00 75,404,761.00
TOTAL 797,682,994.00 42,648,000.00 840,330,994.00

The sub-projects refer to the community projects generated through the Kalahi-CIDSS planning process where set of development activities or interventions are designed, implemented, maintained by a partner community in barangay/s in order to respond/address a need/s or problem/s identified during the Participatory Situation Analysis (PSA).

The table below shows the community sub-projects funded under MCC:

Community Sub-project Category MT Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Additional Grant GIG IG
Access 7 32 37 45 5 7
BHS 6 5 6 7
Birthing Facility 1
Foot/Small Bridge 4 4 1 3 2
DCC 16 18 13 19 2
Drainage 21 12 21 18 7 6
Electrification 1 1 1 1
River/Flood Control 11 3 5 2 3 1
Livelihood 1 1
Market 1
Comm. Library 2
Pre and Post Harvest Facility 2 2 3 1
Road 19 31 24 5 17
Sanitation 1
School Building 22 23 19 22
Seawall 2 2 7 8 6
Training/ Skills Training 1 1 1 6
Slope Protection 4 5 5 9 1
Training Center 3 3 1
Water System 8 27 18 3
Wharf 1
Others 7 7
TOTAL 125 172 164 146 18 14 40

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an independent U.S. foreign aid agencies created in 2004 to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by helping countries promote economic growth.

The compact between the Philippine Government and MCC will end this year. The Closing Activity which aims to communicate the gains and share lessons and best practices among stakeholders, is scheduled in Bicol Region on February 4, 2016, 12 noon at Villa Caceres Hotel, Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City, Camarines Sur. Key officials from MCC and DSWD will be present during the said event.

On the other hand, the operations of the CDD approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4,497,448,178.

Community-driven development (CDD) puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

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DSWD hosts media tour in Albay

Legazpi City—Local press visited the communities implementing the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) of DSWD in Sto. Domingo, Albay last December 11, 2015.

The local tour aims to:

  • Share the learnings of the trained Kalahi-CIDSS volunteers
  • How the residents will benefit from the program
  • Give the media an opportunity to directly monitor the program
  • Update the media on the program status

DSWD invited journalists from national government agencies, TV, print and broadcast. They went to Brgy. San Vicente with an ongoing construction of flood control amounting to 1,528,126.10 with 50 household beneficiaries.

Kalahi-CIDSS- Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) is a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

The operations of the community-driven development (CDD) approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4,497,448,178.

Moreover, Kalahi-CIDSS operates in eight municipalities in Albay with a total grant of P304, 884, 950.00 with 173 sub-projects for 2014 alone.

Sto. Domingo, a 4th income class municipality, is one of the 101 municipalities currently implementing Kalahi-CIDSS with a total grant of P51,862,400.00 for its three year-implementation. Currently, 22 out 23 barangays received funds for their community-proposed sub-projects.

Community-driven development (CDD) puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

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The driven volunteer of Bombon, Cam Sur

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It was hard for Marlyn to refuse the acceptance of a position she never dreamt of but it was harder for her to renounce volunteerism.

The small town of Bombon, a fifth class town in Camarines Sur, implemented the DSWD program, Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) in 2012.

Kalahi-CIDSS seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD) by giving the people the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

Because of the people participation as part of the program objectives, Marlyn was one of the elected residents who was trusted to implement Kalahi-CIDSS.

In Brgy. Sto. Domingo, everyone turned to her during the election of volunteers in the community assembly in 2012. She accepted the positon as the head of the Barangay Sub-Project Management Committee (BSPMC), but admitted that she was not aware of her roles that time. Her apprehension disappeared when the DSWD worker assigned to Bombon assured to guide her in the whole process.

As the BSPMC head, she manages about 30 members of the working committees during the implementation and construction of their day care center and concrete pathway in 2012 and 2014, respectively.

Marlyn, an elementary graduate, was married to Celso in 1998.  After three years, Celso decided to bring her and their first child to Bombon, his birthplace, to avert the expensive life in Manila.

Though Marlyn had experienced working at an early age to help her family after the sudden demise of her father, she stayed at home during the early stage of her marriage with Celso because of high-risk pregnancy.

After ten years as the housekeeper and mother of four, Marlyn was given the highest volunteer post when Kalahi-CIDSS first came in Brgy. Sto. Domingo in 2012.

Hurdling the obstacles

Her husband was also aware of her new responsibility but he wanted her to quit because he was worried of her involvement in conflicts.

“Hindi kasi nawawala ang hindi pagkakaunawaan pero napag-uusapan at naayos din naman,” Marlyn explained to Celso.

She also said to Celso that her participation in Kalahi-CIDSS gave her the chance to get out of the house and do something other than being a household manager.

But the greatest challenge Marlyn faced was when the residents started to belittle her because she is an elementary graduate.

Marlyn becomes emotional every time others doubt her. Others said that there are more competent people than her for that position.

Even one of her co-volunteer bypassed her once and made decisions without consulting Marlyn. It was painful for her but she confronted the volunteer and solve the issue between them.

“Kahit elementary graduate lang ako kaya ko naman ang trabaho basta pinapaliwanag sa akin ang dapat kong gawin,” Marlyn explained.

Others also assumed that she receives compensation as the BSPMC head but she strongly refuted this by clarifying that volunteers like her serve their village out of philanthropy without receiving anything in return.

She also defended herself for an allegation that they stole sacks of cement for the community pathway. Marlyn was firm and proved her innocence based on what is true.

“Sa apat na taon ko sa Kalahi-CIDSS, wala akong ginawang masama, hindi ako nangloko ng kapwa ko,” Marlyn said. 

Driven woman

Marlyn did not succumb because of these challenges. She kept her commitment to the community.

“Dapat makialam kami sa mga nangyayari sa barangay,” she said.

She was also grateful to gain new friends during her volunteer stint. Marlyn was originally from Manila and she has no relatives in Bombon aside from her husband’s.

“Masaya ako sa Kalahi-CIDSS dahil nakakuha ako ng pangalawang pamilya dito,”

On the other hand, she also encouraged her co-volunteers not to quit their posts by citing her experiences and assured them that they will be taught on how to do their respective functions.

“Kung lahat tayo aalis sa Kalahi-CIDSS, mawawala ang mga projects natin dahil wala nang volunteers,” she told them.

Marlyn is very thankful of the trainings she received and of seminars she attended in Kalahi-CIDSS because she acquired more knowledge and became more confident to perform her roles.

“Dati lang akong tahimik pero ngayon marami na akong alam dahil sa experiences ko,” she added.

Marlyn had a very low self-esteem but her eagerness to learn made her more confident to keep her pace with others for the benefit of their community.

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Kalahi-CIDSS advocates in Bicol receive Bayani Ka! Awards

Legazpi City— The Department of Social Welfare and Development recognizes its exemplary partners and implementers of the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) through its Annual Bayani Ka! Awards with four Bicolanos named as the regional winners.

For this year, four Bicolanos were declared as the Bayani Ka! Regional Winners. Albay Gov. Joey Salceda was named as the Best Governor, Mayor Percival Castillo of Mobo, Masbate was recognized as the Best Mayor, Brgy. Capt. Policarpio Baal of Mataoroc, Minalabac as Best Barangay Captain and Abello Frias of Dacu, Mobo, Masbate was the Best Community Volunteer.

The Bayani Ka! Awards acknowledges the significant contributions of the people involved in the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS who put their own communities (bayan) before their own selves (I). The winners will serve as the spokespersons in their respective arenas by continuing their advocacy in promoting Kalahi-CIDSS.

The selection was based on how the nominee exemplifies the bayanihan spirit, applies the principles of transparency, empowerment, accountability, shares skills and service for the benefit of the community, persuades people to take part in community activities, serves as role models, shows strong motivation to help the community and maintains firm moral principles.

The Regional Bayani Ka! Awarding Ceremonies was done at La Roca, Legazpi City last October 15, 2015. The said regional honorees were the same people nominated at the national level. The announcement of the national winners is scheduled on January 2016.

Kalahi-CIDSS is a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

The operations of the community-driven development (CDD) approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4,497,448,178.

Community-driven development (CDD) puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

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The window of opportunity

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The remote agricultural village of Abucay in Pilar, Sorsogon gradually recognizes the role of women in the non-traditional work like construction, an opportunity that made one of its 3,058 residents revive her spirit to practice her profession again.

Gina Magdaraog, 44, thought she had everything she could ask for.

In 1997, she graduated with a degree in Architecture at the age of 26. Shortly after the graduation, she was employed as a designer and structural analyst for almost a year in Bicol then went to Manila with her classmates from college. But Gina had a different purpose. While her colleagues went to review for and take the board examination, she looked for a job and worked as kitchen designer and CAD operator in a manufacturing firm.

But after three productive years in Manila, she was diagnosed with Hemolytic Anemia due to lack of sleep and also developed poor eyesight. Ignoring her health moved her back to Bicol.

“Workaholic ako kasi wala naman akong pamilya na kasama doon. Halos apat na oras na lang ang tulog ko kasi palagi akong nasa trabaho (I am workaholic because I’m not living with my family. I barely sleep for four hours in a day because I’m always at work),” she explained.

She is the second of five children. During that time, her parents expected her to support them financially because she is the first of her siblings to graduate in college. Thus, she skipped the board examination.

Gina, a solo parent, raised her two children by running a sari-sari store. She focused on parenting when she moved back to Bicol in 2000.

Nawalan na ako ng gana na i-practice ang profession ko kasi konti lang yung opportunities dito sa Bicol (I lost my interest to practice my profession because of limited opportunities here in Bicol,” Gina added.

And then Kalahi-CIDSS- Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through people participation, came to Abucay in 2015.

Men and women are given equal opportunities in paid labor for the construction of their Kalahi-CIDSS sub-projects. To date, there are 2,228 female paid laborers but Gina is the only known female project supervisor in Bicol.

After fourteen years of waiting for a chance to work, she was grateful that the community recommended her as the project supervisor for the construction of their evacuation center funded under Kalahi-CIDSS. The said building costs P2, 286, 890 with 17 direct household beneficiaries that will immediately accommodate displaced residents during typhoons.

Gina just like other project supervisor, studies and plots the plan, clears the site and manages the laborers during the construction work. She believes that both men and women are of equal capacity in leading the construction.

Jersalene Toledo, the Kalahi-CIDSS Technical Facilitator in Pilar, said that the project supervisor takes her place because she cannot personally monitor the ongoing construction every day. According to her, Gina performs her duty well because she follows the exact measurements based on the planned design and ensures that everyone is doing their assigned functions.

Though Gina was the second choice because the first lacks skills and little is known about her as an Architect, she proved that she is worth of becoming the project supervisor because of her work experiences and educational background.

“My great contribution to our community is to share my skills and knowledge,” she said.

Some of her colleagues describes her strict because she reprimands slack workers but most of her 17 workers laud her as their project supervisor.

One of them is Felina Logenia, a female laborer, who said that Gina pays attention to every detail of the evacuation center’s plan who

Maray ang padalagan niya ning construction dahil tataw siya (Her management is good because she is knowledgeable),” Logenia said.

Mark Anthony Losito, a laborer for many years, said that there’s no difference having a female project supervisor because he is used to encounter male ones.

For her, it was a challenge but she is proud of her achievement because other people recognized her capacity.

More than receiving a daily wage of P450, Gina is more gratified by the priceless experience in Kalahi-CIDSS because it opened better opportunities and gave her a new perspective in life.

Naliwat su pagtubod ko na sa arog kaining edad, may opportunity pa para sako (My perspective change that I still have a chance even if I’m old),” she said.

On the other hand, curiosity led her to becoming a volunteer because she felt responsible to attend barangay assemblies.

Gina was elected as the Barangay Representation Team (BRT) head who represented their community during the Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum (MIBF), a municipal Kalahi-CIDSS activity that prioritizes, approves and funds proposed subprojects in front of all the barangays and its residents.

Rodel Cambe, a Kalahi-CIDSS employee assigned in Abucay, said that Gina is one of the most active volunteers who worked hard for their community sub-project.

Gina said that becoming a volunteer gave her the chance to know more about her community.

And every time Gina looks at the evacuation center, she said it symbolizes improvement.

“I’m happy to be part of this masterpiece that will be remembered for a lifetime,” she said.

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DSWD to Geotag thousands of community sub-projects under Kalahi-CIDSS in Bicol

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will geotag 3,803 community sub-projects constructed from 2002 to present for greater transparency in Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

The location information of the geotagged photos of community sub-projects will be available in a Kalahi-CIDSS web application once uploaded. Geotagging of these sub-projects is expected to be completed by the end of year and soon will be shared to the public once all information is completely uploaded.

More than 1,000 DSWD field staffs deployed in 101 municipalities and 2,902 barangays will be trained on Geotagging. They will use their mobile phones as their Geotagging devices. They will be trained on the following Geotagging workflow: data collection, capturing images using global positioning system (GPS) and uploading the data in the cloud storage.

Moreover, some DSWD employees were already trained last October 7-8, 2015 held at Legazpi City who will be trainers in their respective areas of assignment.

In Kalahi-CIDSS, this technology will be also used for the verification and approval of sub-projects, progress supervision and operation and maintenance activities.

DSWD has initially geotagged 156 out of the 3,803 community sub-projects where 110 of which are already published on the Kalahi-CIDSS web application.

According to World Bank, one of the development partners of DSWD, Geotagging is an innovative and practical tool and considered as a Best Practice in sub-project transparencies and total public disclosure.

CDD puts power back in the hands of the people by giving them the opportunity to make informed decisions on locally identified options for development and manage resources to implement sub-projects that address needs identified by communities themselves.

Sub-projects refer to the community projects that are implemented through Kalahi-CIDSS. The program follows an open menu system, wherein communities will choose what sub-projects will answer their prioritized needs. These are basic services sub-projects, basic access infrastructures, community common services facilities, environmental protection and conservation and skills training and capability building.

The operations of the CDD approach expanded into a national scale, which was tried and proven effective by Kalahi-CIDSS. 101 poor municipalities in Bicol are under its expansion from 2014 to 2019 with a total of grant of Php4, 497,448,178.

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Disbelief ends with trust

Disbelief ends with trust

Abello Frias of Brgy, Dacu, Mobo, Masbate convenes a meeting to resolve issues in the community. He is Kalahi-CIDSS volunteer for almost seven years now.

Abello Frias is an Industrial Engineering graduate. He has four children with his wife, Novelita Frias, a school teacher in Masbate. He was previously employed in Manila but decided to finally join his family in the coastal village of Dacu in Mobo, Masbate after he was diagnosed with diabetes. Subsequent to his return, his remarkable chronicle as a volunteer began.

Abello is a community volunteer in Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a poverty reduction program of the government, for almost seven years, however, he was indifferent to government programs at the beginning.

He was elected as a community volunteer in Kalahi-CIDSS Cycle 1 in 2009 and was forced to assume the responsibilities required from an elected resident. Onset, he was hesitant because he believes that government programs and projects are futile and getting involved is also a waste of time. Contrary to this, his neighbor convinced him to dispose his apprehension and said to him that he can give it a try.

Later on, he appreciated the process in and principles of Kalahi-CIDSS that refuted his pre-conceived opinions through the explanations from the Area Coordinating Team (ACT) and by getting directly involved in the project.

“Nabago ang paniniwala ko dati dahil sa Kalahi-CIDSS dahil tao pala ang magsasagawa ng proyekto (My perspectives was changed because in Kalahi-CIDSS the people will implement the project),” Frias said.

Just like him at the beginning, the residents were also doubtful to Kalahi-CIDSS and generally, apathetic, which resulted to poor community involvement. The following year, the community failed to get the Kalahi-CIDSS funding for the construction of their riprap due to lack of people’s participation, a major requirement to avail of Kalahi-CIDSS funds. From that point and onwards, Frias promised to himself and to the people of Dacu that he will do anything to get a subproject from Kalahi-CIDSS to help his neighbors get a better life.

He, then, realized that he can help the DSWD field workers to negate the popular notion of indifference among the residents and get them involved by explaining the benefits they will reap out of sheer participation in community assemblies. It took about three months to persuade some residents but it yielded a better result because Dacu was prioritized in the next cycle for the construction of their health center. The health center provides an easy access for the residents to health who previously travel to town to get medical intervention.

“Kaya ko pala makumbinse ang barangay na makilahok, makiisa and makibayanihan para sa aming proyekto (I realized that I can persuade the community to participate and ),” he said.

Until now, Frias is still the Barangay Sub-Project Management Chairman (BSPMC), the head of the volunteers who take the lead in the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS subprojects. The people of this village was impressed by his unwavering diligence, innate intelligence, flawless sincerity and pure dedication. As a result, he gained the people’s trust and seamlessly mobilized them to partake in any community endeavor, even beyond Kalahi-CIDSS activities.

A true bayani in the community

Frias is truly selfless to serve the people.

“Ang isang volunteer ay nasa puso ang kagustuhang makatulong (A volunteer has the heart and desire to help),” Frias said.

In 2012, two days before the deadline of submission of their documents needed for the construction of their health center, he forced his way into a storm (Public Storm Warning Signal No. 2 was raised) in a late evening to get their lot document notarized in Masbate City even if he is suffering from flu. It took about two hours to get to town from a 30-minute ride because the way was already flooded.

“Ok lang na ako ang mabasa huwag lang ang mga dockumento. Prinotektahan ko ang papeles. (I don’t mind to get drenched but not the documents. I protected the papers from getting wet),” he said.

He also takes an active role in inculcating the bayanihan spirit in their village. He ensures that the residents are informed with the schedule of meetings and community assemblies, both important activities in Kalahi-CIDSS.

“Pinapaalam niya kami kung may patawag na meeting (He informs us if there are meetings),” Nestor Almiñe, a resident of Dacu, said.

With the regular communication to the residents, Dacu’s community participation rate to community assemblies increased from 21% in 2010 to 92% in 2012 and 97% in 2014.

He also teaches his co-volunteers in Kalahi-CIDSS with what he knows to encourage them to perform their functions well in Kalahi-CIDSS.

“Tinuruan niya ako sa pagaayos ng mga papel na kailangan sa Kalahi-CIDSS (He taught me to fix the documentary requirements for Kalahi-CIDSS),” Karen Tamayo, a volunteer, said.

Abello Frias exemplifies a real community hero. His story can inspire current volunteers to work even harder and inspire volunteers-to-be to shove their reservations towards Kalahi-CIDSS and join the road to development.

In addition to the health center constructed through Kalahi-CIDSS, Dacu finished the concreting of their pathways and will also receive funds for their seawall.

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Poor village in Cam Sur receives Kalahi-CIDSS subproject

Poor families will soon benefit the fish processing facility in San Juan, Del Gallego, Camarines Sur through Kapit- Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), a DSWD program that seeks to help alleviate poverty through community-driven development (CDD).

The construction of one (1) unit 180.0 sq. m. fish processing facility, amounting to P2,209,000.00, is expected to be completed this 2015 and will provide an alternative . 75 out 100 its family beneficiaries are also Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries.

“Napagkaisahan po ng barangay na magkaroon nito dahil meron kaming 80 hectares na Bangus fishpond na pwede namin pagkakitaan araw-araw,” Maria Asila Cabangon, a resident, said.

Cabangon also added that the facility will employ women of the target household beneficiaries to augment their daily income.

On the other hand, the residents of San Juan yield poor income especially after typhoons where their crops are destroyed. As a result, they decided to focus on Bangus production and propose the construction of a fish processing facility to Kalahi-CIDSS.

The LGU of Del Gallego, DSWD, DOST and DAR forged the Memorandum of Agreement to support Brgy. San Juan for their Bangus processing center. DOST will provide the equipment and DAR will provide the training to its beneficiaries.

“We would like to break the cycle of poverty with the support of the people to the national agencies’ programs,” Dir. Arnel Garcia said.

The same village also received farm-to-market road and water system subprojects through Kalahi-CIDSS.

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