PSWD

VISION

By 2012, The office of the Provincial Social Welfare and Development is the principle actor in the promotion of social justice, social amelioration, protection and development among disadvantaged, less privileged and marginalized sectors in Misamis Oriental in the attainment of sustainable human development.

MISSION

To foster, plan and implement comprehensive, integrative, culture-spiritual sensitive and gender responsive social welfare programs and services anchored on Good Governance and Eco-Tourism in empowering various clientele population and communities in Misamis Oriental to become self-reliant and active partners towards nation building.

 

GAD DATABASE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL

Data/Target

Male Female

Indicators

1,342 women employees 200 200 women capitol employees graced the women’s month celebration
760 Senior Citizens 704 1,056 Needing financial assistance for payment of prescribed medicines
1,760 Senior Citizens 704 1,056 Needing financial assistance for payment of Medical Laboratory(x-ray, supplies etc) examinations
30,000 Senior Citizens 12,000 18,000 Supplemental feeding for undernourished senior citizens in 424 Brgys in Misamis Oriental
30,000 Senior Citizens 13,500 16,500 Needing Information, Education and Communication
500 Senior Citizens 150 350 Social Pensions for Senior Citizens benefitted the program
50 women 50 Needing transportation assistance
24 Children and Youth 7 17 Leadership trainings for children and youth
100 PWD’s 30 70 Needing wheelchairs and other assistive device
4 rebel returnees 1 3 Rebels surrendered
8 couples 24 24 Needing responsible parenthood nature
10 CICL 10 Needing local counterpart admitted at RRCY
100 Children 30 70 Needing wheelchairs and other assistive device
1,200 Senior Citizens 360 840 Graced the Annual Senior Citizens Celebration
1,200 IDFs 360 840 Needing financial assistance for housing materials
1,000 individuals 400 600 Needing drugs and medicines
300 individuals 120 180 Needing embalming services
300 individuals 120 180 Needing casket assistance
500 individuals 130 170 Needing transportation assistance
100 PWDs 45 55 Needing wheelchairs and other assistive device
300 individuals 120 180 Needing financial assistance
200 individuals 80 120 Needing calamity assistance
10 CICLs 10 Needing Diversion, Rehabilitation and  Reintegration Program for the admitted CICLs at Bahay Pag-asa Center, Claveia, Misamis Oriental
100 Farmers 70 30 Provided Duck Egg Production Livelihood
200 Women 200 Needing legal advice assistance
100 Capitol Employees 40 100 Receives leaflets/brochures
50 women 50 Needing legal assistance
400 inmates 320 80 Participated sports, cultural & religious activities
400 inmates 320 80 Participated Pasko sa Bilanggo
2,000 Patients 2,000 Availed sponsored Philhealth membership
100 couples 50 50 Availed breastfeeding orientation
360 patients 360 Performed caesarian section and normal spontaneous vaginal deliveries
100 men and women 50 50 Family planning orientation
100 watchers 50 50 Oriented full understanding and education and preventive measures in maintaining good health to all members
500 Day care Children 200 300 Participated in Universal Children’s Month Celebration
500 Day care Workers 200 300 Provided Trainings and Seminnars on latest teaching strategies for Early Education
300 farmers 210 90 Needing capability building on new technology
370 farmers 210 111 Needing capability on new technology
125 farmers 88 37 Needing capability building on new technology
250 fisherfolks 250 Provided training on capability building on Fishery livelihood project
500 IKNB Scholars 300 200 Needing educational assistance
1,000 farmers 750 250 Provide training/seminar in Sustainable Farming System
3,300 BHW’s 330 2,970 Needing trainings about modern/updated techniques and knowledge as frontline health service
3,300 BHWs 330 2,970 Attended Annual convention
20 PHO Personnel 10 10 Needing seminar on basic life support for all health personnel
300 individuals 200 100 Needing embalming coffin, and transportation assistance
20 hospitals staff 8 12 Provided training/seminar on GAD awareness
40 hospital staffs 15 25 Needing training on BEmONC
20 hospital personnels 8 12 Needing seminar for the awareness of CSC rules and regulation and other government policies
40 individuals(PASSO staff) 17 23 In-house training on Administrative Personnel Related Concerns
30 GAD FOCAL persons/staff 15 15 Providing training to PGMO staff on awareness on GAD issues, concepts,policies and mandates
290 capitol employees 116 174 Needing recreation to recognize women and men’s important role in development
25 capitol employees 10 15 Participating seasonal contest celebration
500 MisOr cares field staffs 220 280 Needing trainings and seminar on updates on the program protocols and services
500 MisOr Cares field staffs 220 280 Attended Annual convention