KABANKALAN, Negros Occidental – The house made of light materials owned by Pantawid grantee Michelle Continiente of Brgy. 6, Kabankalan City in Negros Occidental was totally washed out during Typhoon Odette when hit by an uprooted tree making the whole family homeless. Michelle together with her husband Reynard and five children sought temporary shelter to continue reading : DSWD’s “trapal” comforts typhoon-affected family
Sa edad na 86 anyos, minabuti ni Lourdes Velez na manatili na lamang sa barung-barong bahay na ginawa ng kanyang mga kaanak pagkatapos na masira ni Bagyong Odette ang tinutuluyan niyang bahay sa Kabankalan City, Negros Occindetal. Mabagal na kasi siyang lumakad at pagod na ang kanyang mga paa sa ilang araw na babad sa continue reading : LOURDES: Aahon kami kasama ang DSWD!
KABANKALAN, Negros Occidental – Ibinubuhay ni Leslie Villaruz ang kanyang pamilya lalo na ang apat na anak sa paggawa ng lapida sa kanilang syudad sa Kabankalan, Negros Occidental. Sa kasagsagan ng pandemya, naging maganda ang kanilang kita ngunit dahil sa paghihigpit ng pamahalaan dulot ng tumataas na bilang ng naapektohan ng COVID-19, nagsimulang naging continue reading : DSWD Nagbigay Pag-asa sa mga Sinalanta ng Bagyo
ILOILO City – Twenty-five beneficiaries of Leon Confed Farmer Daily Association (LECOFADA) and Calinog Farmers Agriculture Cooperative (CAFAGRICOOP), all in Iloilo received buffaloes, livelihood seed capital fund, and technical assistance for the pilot project of Kabuhayan Gatasang Kalabaw during the Ceremonial Turn-Over last month. This is through the Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty (EPAHP) continue reading : 25 farmer-beneficiaries in Iloilo avail buffaloes, capital fund
THE Department of Social Welfare and Development 6 has released over P1.1 million worth of family food packs and financial assistance to individuals in crisis situation in Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental. The food packs numbering 2,200 serves as an augmentation to the resources of the local government unit in support of their relief operations after continue reading : DSWD 6 Releases over P1.1 Million for Odette Relief Efforts in Kabankalan City
Kilala siya bilang isa sa mga aktibong empleyado ng DSWD dahil sa kanyang taglay na talento lalo na sa hosting, pag-aawit, at pagsusulat. Pero higit sa lahat bilang Information Officer ng Disaster Response Management Division (DRMD), ginampanan ng mabuti ni Therese Fely Legaste ang kanyang papel bilang tagapagsalita ng ahensya lalo na sa oras ng continue reading : THERESE: Tagapagsalita 24/7
UPDATE: As of today, December 26, 2021, at 5 P.M. the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI has provided a total of PHP 23,710,845.28 assistance to LGUs and families affected by Typhoon Odette. Of the said amount, PHP 22,754,545.28 worth of family food packs (FFPs) for 43,268 families and PHP586,300.00 worth continue reading : UPDATE OF ASSISTANCE: As of today, December 26, 2021, at 5 P.M.
ILOILO City – Sakay sa kanyang tricycle bilang kanyang service, binabagtas araw-araw ni Robelle Santianes ang 30 kilometro na kahabaan ng kalsada mula sa bahay nila sa Leon, Iloilo papunta sa DSWD Field Office VI sa Molo, Iloilo City para magtrabaho bilang Administrative Assistant II ng Regional Program Management Office (RPMO) ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino continue reading : Maagap na Pagtulong sa Kapwa
ZARRAGA, Iloilo – Eighteen kiosks under the Zarraga’s Livelihood Association Kiosk Project formally opened at the Municipal Pantat Grounds of Zarraga, Iloilo the other day in celebration of the Pantat Festival this month. In its goal to help revive the local economy, kiosks have been installed at the Municipal Pantat Grounds to provide space to continue reading : Pantat Kiosks Open for Business in Zarraga
A total of 10,450 family food packs amounting to P5.7 million were already provided by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VI to typhoon-hit towns in Negros Occidental. Secretary Rolando Joselito Bautista has confirmed this during the Monday ceremonial turnover activity in Kabankalan City, one of the hardest-hit areas in the region continue reading : DSWD Releases 10,450 FFPs in Typhoon-Hit Towns in Negros Occidental