SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM

SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM Department of Social Welfare and Development ... -attended by the Regional Directors of 5 NGAs on 5 …...

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SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM GEORGINA ANN H. HERNANDEZ Department of Social Welfare and Development National Project Management Office

A program that aims to improve the socioeconomic capacity of the participants through micro-enterprise development and employment facilitation activities that shall ultimately provide a sustainable income source

SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD

Social Preparation Capacity Building Capital Resource Provision Market Linkage

Social Preparation Capacity Building Pre-Employment Assistance Linkage to Employment

Vegetable, fruit, crop farming

Livestock

Trade and commerce

Food processing

VARIOUS LIVELIHOOD ACTIVITIES Carinderia, small food establishments

Handicrafts making

Carpentry and Furniture making

Transportation services

SLP ACCOMPLISHMENTS HOUSEHOLDS SERVED THROUGH MICROENTERPRISE DEV’T TRACK

18%

Pantawid

82%

SLP ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Non-Pantawid

198,392

MICRO-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION

154,831 30,114 13,447

SELF-EMPLOYMENT MICRO-FINANCE ASSISTANCE FUNDED FUNDED

4,634

SELF FUNDED

POSSIBLE PARTNER INTERVENTIONS

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING VALUES AND SKILLS FORMATION

EMPLOYMENT FACILITATON

CREDIT, SAVINGS, MICRO-INSURANCE PROVISION

PROVISION OF CAPITAL RESOURCES

TA FOR SLP STAFF

MARKET LINKAGE

ROSTER OF SLP PARTNERS VALUES & SKILLS FORMATION PRODUCT DEV’T AND MARKETING MARKET LINKAGE PROVISION OF CAPITAL RESOURCES CREDIT, SAVINGS, MICRO-INSURANCE EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION TA FOR SLP STAFF

PUBLIC SECTOR

PARTNERSHIPS

TRABAHONG LANSANGAN NG PROGRAMANG PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO Through the Trabahong Lansangan ng Programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino, DSWD works together with DPWH to guarantee employment for Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries. The beneficiaries are employed by DPWH for road maintenance, declogging of drainage laterals, and street sweeping. REGION

2011

2012

ALLOCATED

UTILIZED

ALLOCATED

UTILIZED

NCR

402

402

400

400

CAR

110

90

110

I

92

90

II

96

III

REGION

2011

2012

ALLOCATED

UTILIZED

ALLOCATED

UTILIZED

IX

78

-

78

-

91

X

108

200

108

129

92

92

XI

92

92

94

188

96

102

100

XII

86

86

86

85

130

119

129

107

CARAGA

82

82

81

99

IV-A

140

-

140

-

TOTAL

2,100

1,923

2,111

2,260

IV-B

129

126

128

256

V

132

194

132

168

Out of 4,211 jobs allocated,

4,183

DPWH VI

165

156

166

209

VII

122

86

129

118

VIII

136

104

136

218

slots have been utilized

93% UTILIZATION

AGRIKULTURANG PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO The project aims to consolidate farming operations to achieve economies of scale in both family-sized farms and plantation estates. Through the project, beneficiaries are equipped and capacitated to manage and operate modern agriculture that scales up livelihood and employment opportunities through inventory of resources and skills development, and complete social preparation processes

2,496 REGION

VI

beneficiaries served as of 15 March 2013

AREA

Negros Occidental

ACTIVITY

BENEFICIARIES SERVED

Paddy Dikes Construction / Cash for Work Program

879

Repair / Improvement of Dikes

260

Abaca Plantation

46

VIII

Las Navas Northern Samar

Paddy Dikes Construction

984

VIII

Daram and Zumaraga Samar

Seaweeds Production

228

Coco Nursery Operation in the PCA nursery site

47

Intercropping Activities

27

Mud crab and Tilapia Cultivation

25

DA VIII

Nauguisan and Carigara, Leyte

SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD AND ENVIRONMENT FOR DSWD DISADVANTAGED CLIENTS The Sustainable Livelihood and Environment for DSWD disadvantaged clients through the National Greening Program, a partnership project between the SLP and DENR, focuses on disaster preventive or risk reduction livelihood project models and job-generating livelihood project models either through the Cash- or Food-for-Training Program in areas covered by the National Greening Program.

NOV-DEC 2012 finalization of project sites ACCOMPLISHED I, II, IV-A, VI, VII, VIII, NCR ON-GOING

JAN-MAR 2013

DENR

III, IV-B, V, IX, X, XI, XII, CARAGA, CAR, ARMM on-going mapping, assessment & socio-economic scanning of identified program beneficiaries

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

-Came up with action plans on how to effectively work together for the primary purpose of helping transition Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from the program.

th 6

-attended by the Regional Directors of 5 NGAs on 5-8 March in Baguio City

RDCW COMMITMENTS

6th Regional Directors Consultation Workshop

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION -Tap ALS teachers as resource speakers on capacity building and trainings provided through SLP.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

-Provide skills and livelihood trainings to beneficiaries during their first year in the program -Employment facilitation through PESO

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH -Prioritize 4Ps areas for the improvement of health facilities

th 6

- LGUs to prioritize Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in its poverty reduction programs, and ensure that they are represented in the budgeting and planning process.

RDCW COMMITMENTS

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

From survival to self-sufficiency, one family at a time.

Department of Social Welfare and Development Sustainable Livelihood Program

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