CSWDO assesses affected families by demolition

DAVAO CITY — CSWDO Davao team paid a visit to the temporarily displaced families along Ponciano, Roxas St., beside Red Cross on January 20, 2021 – assessing the situation of the affected families.

10 families got their abode preserved by memory. Among them are house owners and renters. Upon notice, some did self-demolishment last year; thus, have been given assistance.

The site of demolition is a City Government of Davao lot.

CSWDO sends emergency mobile kitchen in Mandug

Affected families residing in the riverbanks in Mandug have experienced flood on January 16, 2021 around 8:00 p.m. This is due to heavy rains that occurred early after noon in Tamugan, Marilog district.

The City Social Welfare & Development Office (CSWDO) then sends the emergency mobile kitchen to provide feeding to affected families by flood. Residents are now temporarily sheltered at Mandug gym.

Residents are optimistic that some help would come. In fact, a resident feels so grateful for the job well done by CSWDO Davao.

CSWDO provides tent to fire victims in South Bay, Brgy. Lapu-Lapu, Agdao

DAVAO CITY — Fire devastated at least 11 houses in South Bay, Brgy. Lapu-Lapu, Agdao on January 15, 2021. Among the affected residents are 10 sharers, 28 renters, 14 boarders, and 3 absentee owners.

CSWDO Davao then provides tents while affected residents stay at the evacuation center.

CSWDO Bunawan District conducts ‘Davao Ako’ verification

DAVAO CITY — To augment the experience in delivering social services especially during uncertain times, Bunawan district now holds verification process for “Davao Ako” card at Tibungco Barangay Hall.

In an interview, Avelino Nuñez, a social worker in Bunawan district, said that yesterday, January 13, 2021, they had a dry run for their staff to get the hang on how to work fast in verifying qualified recipients of the card. He adds that this endeavor will last for 5 days. At the average, Bunawan district can cater to 1 person for about 5 – 10 minutes. The steps include — but not limited to — taking pictures, asking for affixing signatures, and sorting out data into folders.

“Ang expected namo nga ma-cater in a day is 300 — pero ang actual turnout is only 100 plus.” (Our expected turnout in a day is 300, but the actual figure is only 100 plus.) This has reference to the challenge they face — considering that there are names whose phone numbers that are unattended; thus, cannot be reached. To his view, this challenge slows down the process. Anyhow, he assures that before the 5-day timetable, they will initiate house-to-house operation to reach out those who they think will greatly benefit from the “Davao Ako” card.

The “Davao Ako” card aimed at promoting efficiency, transparency, and seamless delivery of public service. Lead agencies of the “Davao Ako” card are CSWDO, DRRMO, CITC, and partners.