DSWD 6 cites AFP’s role in delivering social services

Iloilo City – The Department of Social Welfare Field Office VI cited the contribution of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in the delivery of financial assistance and other social services to low-income families and individuals in the region. To formally extend the agency’s gratitude, Regional Director Ma. Evelyn B. Macapobre, together with Asst. Regional continue reading : DSWD 6 cites AFP’s role in delivering social services

DSWD leads “Libreng Mask Para Sa Masa” Turnover Ceremony in Iloilo City

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI lead the turnover ceremony of the 500,000 face masks for the “Libreng Mask Para Sa Masa” last February 9, 2021 in Jaro Gym, Iloilo City. The “Libreng Mask Para Sa Masa” was in accordance to Memorandum No. 49 issued by the Office of the continue reading : DSWD leads “Libreng Mask Para Sa Masa” Turnover Ceremony in Iloilo City

DSWD adheres to maximum health protocols in conducting events

The DSWD-6 led by Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre continues to comply with health protocols in conducting events such as the department’s 70th anniversary as the threat of coronavirus disease remains. The events in-lined with the anniversary were done virtually to avoid mass gatherings of stakeholders, partners, and employees. The number of people attending the actual continue reading : DSWD adheres to maximum health protocols in conducting events

DSWD distributes livelihood grants in Iloilo’s 5th district

A total of 1,111 beneficiaries from the fifth district of Iloilo received livelihood assistance grants (LAG) from the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VI through its Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) today. The distribution of LAG was spearheaded by Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre with 5th District Representative Raul Tupas in the municipality continue reading : DSWD distributes livelihood grants in Iloilo’s 5th district

RRCY VI HALLMARK IS POLICY-MAKING THROUGH A CHILDREN’S LENS PERSPECTIVE

“THERE’S joy and wonder everywhere when you see the world through the eyes of a child.” This adage from Katrina Mayer has far reaching effects when it comes to the healing, recovery and rehabilitation of Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL) residents at the Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY) Region VI situated in continue reading : RRCY VI HALLMARK IS POLICY-MAKING THROUGH A CHILDREN’S LENS PERSPECTIVE

DSWD 6 reminds public vs. tampering with relief supplies

Iloilo City – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI reminded the public that tampering with the agency’s relief goods is punishable by law. Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre said private individual, groups or even other government agencies are not allowed to deface, put labels or repack either intentionally or unintentionally continue reading : DSWD 6 reminds public vs. tampering with relief supplies

WV’s Best Center-Based Social Worker initiates program for child participation, health, education

MANAGEMENT of cases of Children in Conflict of the Law (CICL) is already a tough job. However, this lady social worker shone even more as she instituted mechanisms to ensure children’s participation in policy development, and their health protection and education. Rhea Baclay-Valdellon, Social Welfare Office II, fondly called “Rhey” by her friends and colleagues, continue reading : WV’s Best Center-Based Social Worker initiates program for child participation, health, education

DSWD 6 vows to continue good service following high approval rating

Iloilo City – Following its high approval ratings, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office 6 vows to continue improving its social protection services, especially to the poor and vulnerable sectors in Western Visayas. This pronouncement was made by Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre after the agency garnered the highest approval rating continue reading : DSWD 6 vows to continue good service following high approval rating