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Review and Assessment of the

Sectoral Plans and Planning for


the Monitoring of SWD Laws
Tagaytay Haven Hotel
November 9, 2015

Objective

Review and Assess the sectoral plans


and accomplishments as
implemented by the office
Resolve issue and gaps relative to the
implementation of sectoral plans
Identify strategies to effectively
monitor the SWD related laws

Central Office comments to the


2014 Sectoral Accomplishment &
CY2015 Sectoral Plan

Use of Prescribed Reporting template


Completely filled-up information for
both DSWD and inter-agency targets,
funding and accomplishments
Required dates of submission
One Consolidated Sectoral Plan &
Accomplishment Report for the
region

Existing SWD Related


Laws
Mary Jane J. Mollenido
Planning Officer I
DSWD Field Office IV-A
Review and Assessment of the Sectoral
Plans and Planning for the Monitoring of
SWD Laws

Sectors

Children
Youth
Family
Persons with Disability (PWD)
Older Person
Women

Lets Play a Game

Objective: group dynamics and


individual knowledge of SWD
Laws
Mechanics:
Participants will count from 1 to 3 and group

themselves according to the number they


are assigned
Each group will be given the same set of
metacards containing SWD laws.
They will be asked to identify and segregate
which among the laws specified are
applicable per sector.

SWD Laws by Sector


Children

Youth

Women OP

PWD

Family
RA 8369

PD No
603

RA 9165

PD No
603

RA 7192 RA 7432

BP 344

RA 4881

RA 9208

RA 8044

RA 7877 RA 7876

RA 7277 RA 8504

RA 6972

RA 9262

RA 8353

RA 8353 RA 9208

RA 9208 RA 8972

RA
7610

RA 9231

RA 9165

RA 8505 RA 9257

RA 9442 EO 209

RA 7658

RA 9523

RA9208

RA 9208 RA 9994

RA 9709 RA9165

RA 7877

RA 9775

RA 9344

RA 9262 RA10364 RA1036


4

RA9208

RA8043

RA 10165

RA 9231

RA 9710

RA1036
4

RA 8353

RA 10175

RA10630 RA1036
4

RA 8552

RA 10410

RA10364 RA1036
1

RA 8980

RA 10364

RA1007
0

SWD Laws by Sector


Children

Youth

Women OP

PWD

Family

PD No 603

RA 9165

PD No
603

RA 7192 RA 7432 BP 344

RA 8369

RA 4881

RA 9208

RA 8044

RA 7877 RA 7876 RA
7277

RA 8504

RA 6972

RA 9262

RA 8353

RA 8353 RA 9208 RA
9208

RA 8972

RA 7610

RA 9231

RA 9165

RA 8505 RA 9257 RA
9442

EO 209

RA 7658

RA 9523

RA9208

RA 9208 RA 9994 RA
9709

RA9165

RA 7877

RA 9775

RA 9344

RA 9262 RA1036
4

RA1036
4

RA9208

RA 8043

RA
10165

RA 9231

RA 9710

RA1007
0

RA10364

RA 8353

RA
10175

RA10630

RA1036
4

RA 8552

RA

RA10364

RA1036

Monitoring SWD Compliance &


Provision of Technical Assistance

Are LSWDOs compliant with SWD Laws,


particularly in the required funding allocation
for PWD, GAD and Older Persons?
Who among the LGUs have consistently high
violations/incidences of Child Abuse? High
cases of Trafficking, Child Labor and VAWC?
Do all our LGUs have existing Senior Citizens
Center? Are they all accredited?
What is the compliance rate of LGU for PWD
laws and how many LGUs in CALABARZON
have PDAOs?

Who among our LGUs have no


established LCPC backed up by an
Executive /Administrative Order?
Cavite

Batangas

Quezon

Cavite
City

Rosario

Jomalig

Tingloy
Taysan
San
Pascual

Perez
Pagbilao
San
Andres
San
Francisco

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances


Law
RA
7610

Batangas

PSWDO
Batangas
Special
City
Protecti Rosario
on of
Alitagtag
Children
Bauan
Against
Cuenca
Child
Padre Garcia
Abuse,
Exploita Tuy
tion, &
Sto Tomas

Cavite

Laguna

Quezon

Rizal

PSWDO
Tagaytay
Alfonso
Tanza
Bacoor
Magallane
s

Pakil
PSWDO
Binan
Calamba
Sta. Rosa
Liliw
Magdalena
Nagcarlan
Paete
Pagsanjan
Rizal
Siniloan
Kalayaan

Lucena
Tayabas
Alabat
Buenavista
Gumaca
Lopez
Macalelon
Mulanay
Pagbilao
Pitogo
Polilio
Perez
San Narciso
Sariaya
Catanauan
Jomalig

Antipolo
Angono
Baras
Cardona
Tanay
Antipolo
Teresa

Discrim
onation
Act

51 LGUs have local


ordinances adopting
RA7610

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances


Law

Batang
as

RA 6972

San
Pascual

Brgy Level
Total Devt &
Protection of
Childrens Act

RA 8980
ECCD Act

PSWDO

Cavite

Laguna

Quezon

Bay
Pakil
Los Banos
PSWDO
Tagaytay
Gen.
Trias

PSWDO

RA 4881

Rizal
Cardona
Taytay

Lucena
Tayabas
Catanauan
Lopez
Sampaloc
Perez

PSWDO
Binangonan
Tanay
Teresa

Agdangan

Creation of
LCPC

RA9344

Tuy

Sta. Rosa

Antipolo

JJWA of 2006

RA 9208
Anti
Trafficking in
Persons Act
of 2003

PSWDO
San Jose

Silang
Tagaytay

Sta. Rosa

PSWDO
Buenavista
Candelaria
Macalelon
Pagbilao

Rodriguez

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances

Law

Batanga Cavite
s

RA9262 Lipa
VAWC
Rosario
Alitagtag
Bauan

RA7192 PSWDO
Women in Ibaan
Devt &
Mabini
Nation
Building
Act

Tagaytay
Trece
Martires
Silang
Carmona

Laguna

Quezon

Rizal

PSWDO
San
Pablo
Sta. Rosa
Kalayaan

Tayabas
PSWDO
Lucena
Gumaca
Mauban

PSWDO
Taytay
Binangona
n
Rodriguez
San Mateo
Tanay

Kalayaan
Pakil

Lucena
Alabat
Candelaria
Gumaca
Jomalig
Lucban
Pagbilao
Polilio
Sampaloc
Sariaya
Tagkawaya
n

Teresa

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances

Law

Batangas

RA9165

Tanauan

Cavite

Laguna

Quezon

Rizal

PSWDO
Gumaca
Real
Sariaya

PSWDO
Antipolo
Tanay
Baras
Cainta
Cardona
Morong
Rodriguez
Teresa

Sta. Rosa

Comprehensi
ve
Dangerous
Drugs Act of
2002

RA9442
Magna Carta
for Disabled
Persons

Batangas
City
Rosario
PSWDO

PSWDO
Sta. Rosa
Carmona
Pakil
Tagaytay
Tanza
Cavite City

RA 8504
HIV/Aids
RA 8972
Solo Parents
Welfare Act

Gumaca
Tuy

Tagaytay

Calamba
Sta. Rosa

Gumaca

Cardona

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances


Law

Batanga
s

Cavite

Laguna

Quezon

Rizal

Dasmari
as
Tanza
Tagaytay
Silang

Calamba
Rizal
Sta. Rosa
Pakil

Perez
Lucena
Gumaca
Mulanay
Pagbilao
Polilio
San
Narciso
Tiaong
Dolores

Antipolo
Angono
Cainta
Cardona
Pililia
Rodriguez
Tanay
Taytay
Teresa

RA 9257
Batangas
Expanded City
Senior
Citizens
Act
RA 7432
Senior
Citizens
Law

PSWDO
Lipa City
Tanauan
Bauan
Calatagan
San
Pascual
Tuy

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances


Law
RA7277
Amendment
of Magna
Carta for
Disabled
Person
RA 8371
Act
Recognizing,
Protecting &
promoting
the Rights
of
Indigenous
Cultural
Communitie
s,
Indigenous
People,

Batanga
s

Cavite
Cavite
City
Carmona

Laguna

Quezon

Rizal

Perez
PSWDO
Lucena

Antipolo
City

LGUs with Adopted Ordinances


Law
RA10121
(Disaster)
RA8552
Domestic
Adoption Act

Batangas Cavite

Laguna

Tanza

Quezon
Perez

San
Pedro*

RA 9523
CDCCLAA

San
Pedro*

RA8044

Famy

Youth in Nation
Building Act

RA9994
Expanded
Senior Citizens
Act

RA7876
Senior Citizens
Center Act

Dolores
Perez
Perez

Rizal

What will be monitored?

Ordinances related to SWD legislations


Programs, project, activities
Budget
Capability Building
Advocacies
Gaps and Issues in the Implementation
Recommendations

So we see, there are several laws


to be monitored with little
resources
Hence, the need for
prioritization and make use of
existing SWD structures both at
the Field & LGU level

Workshop on the
Prioritization of SWD Laws
for Monitoring

Workshop Objective

1.
2.

3.

At the end of the workshop, the


participants are expected to come up
with:
a draft reports flow in monitoring
SWD related laws will be created
Identify available sources of
information for sectoral reports and
frequency of submission
List of prioritized SWD laws per sector

Workshop Methodology
1.

Participants will be grouped per


Sector with their respective Core
Group of Specialists as Facilitators

2.

Each group will rank which among the


SWD Laws in their respective sector/s
are relevant based on the issues and
concerns presented in the CY2015
Sectoral Accomplishment Report.

Workshop Methodology
3. The group will identify who will be the
source/s of information at all levels (LGU
and/or FO) and through which channels this
can be generated
e.g. MSWDO to PSWDO to FO Sectoral Focal
SWAD to CBSU Head to RD (cc: ScFP)
4.

Identification of reports flow in monitoring


SWD related laws including frequency of
submission

Group Assignments
Children
& Youth
1 SWAD
Lucy
Lulu
Liezl
Jimuel

Women

1 SWAD
RD
Joy J.
Eden A.
Len

Family

2 SWAD
ARDO
Berna
Dion
MJ

PWD &
Older
Persons
1 SWAD
ARDA
Cef
SAO
Rose S.

Each of the SWAD officers will rotate every


10 minutes per group.

Sources of
Information/Data

Centers & Institutions (HE, NTSB, BT,


RH)
Field Office Programs & Projects
LSWDO reports
NTSB
Bahay Tuluyan

Sample reports flow


Sectoral Focal Person

Pantawid

SWAD

Planning

MSWDO

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 10630 Act Strengthening the Juvenile Justice
System in the Philippines amending RA 9344.
- Social services for CICL (i.e. intervention program)
- Inclusion of expenditures on the intervention program for
CICL and children at risk in the LGUs annual budget
- HUCs and provincial government include a separate
budget for the Construction and maintenance of Bahay
Pag-asa including the operation of Intensive Juvenile
Intervention and Support Center
- No penalty shall be imposed on childrenon ordinances
enacted by LGUs concerning juvenile status offenses

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 10410 Early Years Act of 2013
Local government units (LGUs) shall include allocations from
their Special Education Fund (SEF) and Gender and
Development (GAD)
Fund in addition to other local funds to be utilized for the
following
purposes:
(1) Support the implementation of their ECCD Program;
(2) Organize and support parent cooperatives to establish
community-based ECCD programs;
(3) Provide counterpart funds for the continuing professional
development of their ECCD public service providers; and
(4) Provide the facilities for the conduct of their ECCD
Program.

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 8980 EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
(ECCD) Act
Local government units (LGUs) shall be primarily responsible
for:
(1) Implementing the National ECCD Program by providing
basic
public ECCD services;
(2) Supporting the organization of parent cooperatives to
initiate the
establishment of ECCD programs;
(3) Ensuring that service providers of public ECCD programs
under
their supervision shall be justly compensated, that
adequate funds are made available, and their working
conditions are conducive to fulfill national quality standards;

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 7610 Special Protection of Children Against Abuse,
Exploitation
And Discrimination Act of 1992
(a) Monitor and regulate the establishment and operation of internet cafs
and kiosks or similar establishments;
(b) Monitor and document cases of child pornography in their areas of
jurisdiction;
(c) Undertake education and information campaigns;
(d) Support the establishment of national databases, in coordination with
the DOJ and the DSWD, through the regular submission of reports by the
respective LSWDOs;
(e) Establish and support communitybased initiatives;
(f) Provide basic social services for the prevention, rescue, recovery,
rehabilitation and reintegration/after care support services to victims of
child pornography and their families;
(g) Enact and implement ordinances or issuances aimed at providing
protection and support to victims of child pornography and adopt measures
to prevent and suppress child pornography cases, including the

A 7610 Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitati


nd Discrimination Act of 1992
h)Coordinate with the Council and the DILG to ensure uniformity and
onsistency between the local ordinances or issuances;
) Ensure the participation of the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK),
allocation of sufficient funds from the SK funds and resources
for the initiatives against child pornography at the barangay level;
) Strengthen, activate and mobilize existing childfocused committees,
councils, similar organizations, and LGUs at the provincial, city,
municipal and barangay levels to prevent and suppress child
pornography cases; and
k) Assist in the filing of cases.

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 9775 Anti Child Pornography Act of 2009
File complaint against any form of child pornography
Authority to Regulate Internet Caf or Kiosk
Provide basic social services for the prevention, rescue,
recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration/after care
support services to victims of child pornography and
their
families;
(same as RA 7610)))
RA 8552- Domestic Adoption Act of 1998
- Preparation of Social Case Study Report
.

SWD LAWS CHILDREN


RA 9523 An Act Requiring Certification of the
DSWD to Declare a Child Legally Available for
Adoption as a Prerequesite for Adoption
Proceedings
- Provide social services
- File a petition
RA 8043- Inter-Country Adoption Act
- Provide comprehensive social services
RA 10165 Foster Care Act of 2012 .
- implementing the Foster Care Program,
- where applicable, providing needed services to the
biological family of the Foster Child.

SWD LAWS WOMEN


RA 9710 Magna Carta of Women
1. Establishment of VAW desk in every Barangay
2. Delivery of necessary services and intervention for WEDC such as (a)
Temporary and protective custody; (b) Medical and dental services; (c)
Psychological evaluation; d) Counseling;
(e) Psychiatric evaluation;(f) Legal services;(g) Productivity skills
capability building;
(h) Livelihood assistance; (i) Job placement; (j)Financial Assistance(k)
Transportation Assistance
3. LGUs shall adopt gender mainstreaming in (a) Planning, budgeting,
monitoring and evaluation for GAD b) GAD programs
4. Appropriating GAD Budget which shall be at least five percent (5%) of
the LGUs total budget appropriations.
5.Creation and/or Strengthening of the GAD Focal Points (GFP).
6. Generation and Maintenance of Gad Database.
7. 40 % women membership in councils. Ensure participation of women.
8. Creation of Local Media Board (LMB)

SWD LAWS WOMEN


RA 9208- Anti-Trafficking of Persons Act/ RA
10364 Expanded Anti-Trafficking of Persons Act
1. Shall monitor and document cases of trafficking in
persons in their areas of jurisdiction
2. Effect the cancellation of licenses of establishments
which violate the provisions of this Act and ensure
effective prosecution of such cases.
3. Undertake an information campaign against
trafficking in persons through the establishment of
the Migrants Advisory and Information Network
(MAIN) desks
4. Provide temporary custody of trafficked person

SWD LAWS WOMEN


RA 9262- Anti- Violence Against Women and their
Children
1. Assist in the filing of petition for protection orders
2. Mandatory Programs and Services for Victims.
LGU's shall provide the victims temporary shelters,
provide counseling, psycho-social services and /or,
recovery, rehabilitation programs and livelihood
assistance.
3. LGUs shall establish programs such as, education
and information campaign and seminars or symposia
on the nature, causes, incidence and consequences
of violence

SWD LAWS Persons with


Disability
RA10070 Establishment of PWD Affairs office in
Every LGU
Establishment of Person With Disability Affairs Office (PDAO)
to appoint PWD affairs officer to carry out the following
functions;
1. Coordinate the implementation of the provisions of PWD
related laws (i.e Batas Pambansa 344)
2. Represent PWDs in meetings of local development
councils
and other special bodies;
3. Recommend and enjoin the participation of NGOs and POs
in the implementation of PWD related laws
4. Gather and compile relevant data on PWDs in their

SWD LAWS Persons with


Disability
RA10070 Establishment of PWD Affairs office in
Every LGU
5. Submit reports to the office of the local chief executive on
the implementation of programs and services for the
promotion
of the welfare of PWDs
6. Ensure that the policies, plans and programs for the
promotion
of the welfare of PWDs are funded
7. Monitor fundraising activities being conducted for the
benefit of PWDs;
8. Seek donations in cash or in kind
9. Perform such other functions as may be necessary for

SWD LAWS Persons with


Disability
RA 9442- Magna Carta of Disabled Person and
RA 7277 Amendment
of Magna Carta of Disabled Person
1. Appropriate funds for special education
2. Promotion of Barrier Free Environment per BP 344
3. Assist PWD in setting up specific projects that will be
managed like business propositions.
4. Promote the establishment of organizations of
disabled persons in their respective territorial
jurisdictions.

SWD LAWS Persons with


Disability
RA 7277- Amendment Magna Carta of Disabled
Persons
1. Appropriate funds for special education
2. Promotion of Barrier Free Environment per BP 344
3. Assist PWD in setting up specific projects that will be
managed like business propositions.
4. Promote the establishment of organizations of
disabled persons in their respective territorial
jurisdictions.

SWD LAWS-Senior Citizen


RA 7876- Senior Citizens Center Act
-Establishment of Senior Citizens Center in all cities
and municipalities
RA 7432- Senior Citizens Law
-establishment of Office of the Senior Citizens Affairs
(OSCAs)
-encourage organization of local senior citizen
RA 9257- Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2003
- Issuance of Senior Citizens ID
- Handlin of complaints for violations under RA

SWD LAWS-Senior Citizen


RA 9994- Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010
- Issuance of Senior Citizens ID
- Handling of complaints for violations under RA 9994
- Implement death benefit assistance
- Provision of social safety nets in times of disaster and
calamities