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Gisele Montero Director of the Center for Partnership and Development at La Salle-College of St. Benilde (DLSU-CSB)-School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) speaks about PWD productivity ...

Gisele Montero Director of the Center for Partnership and Development at La Salle-College of St. Benilde (DLSU-CSB)-School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) speaks about PWD productivity in the Philippines

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    Recognizing PWD Productivity Recognizing PWD Productivity Presentation Transcript

    • Social EnterprENUERSHIP and People with Disabilities: CHALLENGES AND possibilities
    • De La Salle- College of Saint Benilde
      One of the 17 schools of DLS-Philippines
      Deaf program started in 1991
      Presently, 160 ++Deaf students
      Offers a BAPDST tracks in Multimedia and Business Entrepreneurship
      98% are scholars
    • Perspectives in Disability
      Medical- Charity Model
      Social
      Citizenship
      Rights-Based
    • Medical/ Charity
      Focuses on what can’t
      Services: special, charity, pity
      Relies on experts to fix the problem
    • Social Model
      Problem is the environment.  
      Disabled people has the right in their development....but the problem exists because of the barriers and limitations imposed by the environment.
    • Citizenship Model
      Recognizes the rights of people with Disabilities...and knows there exists barriers in the environment AND in the physical aspect of the disability...and that they together with the others involved, are partners in the development.
    • Rights-Based
      it is recognized as a basic right that the environment must be adapted according to their needs and that they should not have to challenge the physical or attitudinal barriers of the society— which was a common feature in the social model. They have the right to be included in schools, job establishments etc, the right to access to public buildings, public transports and information.  
    • Perspectives in Disability
      Medical- Charity Model
      Social
      Citizenship
      Rights-Based
    • Proclamation 240
      Which declares 2003-2012 as the Philippine decade of PWD pursuant to the BiwakoMillenium Framework for Action towards an Inclusive, Barrier-Free and Rights-Based Society for People with Disabilities in Asia and Pacific
    • POVERTY AND DISABILITY
    • Based on the results of the 2000 Census of Population and Housing (Census 2000), posted at 942,098 or about 1.23 percent of the total population in the country.
      DOLE- 4.5 Million
      Almost half had attended or completed elementary education
      Seven in ten persons with disability were literate
      Although majority (69.43 percent) of the PWDs were literate, the gap with those persons without disability was still high at 23.14 percentage points.
      One in three PWDs was a household head
      More than half of the PWDs were gainfully employed
      Three out of ten gainfully employed persons with disability were farmers
      Profile (NCSO)
    • EO No. 417       March 22, 2005
      DIRECTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PWDS)
      Section 1. Implementation of the Economic Independence Program for Persons with Disabilities.
      Section 2. Enhancement of the Social and Vocational Skills Capabilities of PWDs.
      Section 3. Markets for Products and Services of Cooperatives of PWDs and other Organizations of PWDs Engaged in Livelihood. –
      Section 4. Accessible Work Centers.
      Section 5. Capital for Livelihood Programs
      Section 6. Implementing Rules and Regulations, Guidelines, Financial and Work Plans
    • Challenges
      Areas for Development
      Capital
      Capacity Building
      Product Development
      Marketing
      Practice and full implementation of the BMF based on the rights model
      PWD Community is not determined by geography
      Focus on individuals
      Development should be holistic
    • Awardees for Inspiring Entrepreneur for Person with Disabilities
      TahanangWalangHagdanan
      Adaptive Technology for Rehabilitation, Integration and Empowerment of the Visually Impaired (ATRIEVE)
      Dennis Balan
      Ma. Gilda Quintua
      Juan “Dickoy” Magdaraog
    • "The caterpillar's new cells [after it has built its cocoon] are called 'imaginal cells.' They resonate at a different frequency. They are so totally different from the caterpillar cells that his immune system [that is the immune system of the worm] thinks they [the new imaginal cells] are enemies... and gobbles them up . . . But these new imaginal cells continue to appear, more and more of them! Pretty soon, the caterpillar's immune system cannot destroy them fast enough. More and more of the imaginal cells survive.
    • "And then an amazing thing happens! The little tiny lonely imaginal cells start to clump together, into friendly little groups. They all resonate together at the same frequency, passing information from one to another. Then, after a while, another amazing thing happens! The clumps of imaginal cells start to cluster together!... a long string of clumping and clustering imaginal cells, all resonating at the same frequency, all passing information from one to another there inside the chrysalis.
    • " . . . . Then at some point, the entire long string of imaginal cells suddenly realizes all together that it is Something. Different from the caterpillar. Something New! Something Wonderful!… and in that realization is the shout of the birth of the butterfly!"
    • " . . . . Each new butterfly cell can take on a different job. There is something for everyone to do, and everyone is important. And each cell begins to do just that very thing it is most drawn to do. And every other cell encourages it to do just that. A great way to organize a butterfly! And a great way to organize a butterfly movement!"