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  • 1. SOCIAL WELFARE DEVELOPMENT PLAN BARANGAY LAOIS, LABRADOR PANGASINAN March 25, 2013 Date Social Work 15a Subject Prepared and Submitted by: GENEVA C. ACENAS Social Work Field Practitioner Noted by: HON. DAVID B. BANDOLA Barangay Captain MR. EMILIO P. SAMSON JR., RSW Agency Field Supervisor
  • 2. I. Name and Location of the Community Barangay Laois, Labrador Pangasinan II. Community Vision and Mission VISION An independent and progressive barangay advocating principles and practices of good governance that help build honesty and responsibility among its public officials and employees and take appropriate measures to promote transparency in transacting with public. MISSION To be able to actively carry out the mandates and ensure transparency, honesty and efficiency in the delivery services in the barangay. III. Development Objectives Objectives: 1. To have a clean and green community. 2. To have a community where the members are healthy. 3. To have a peaceful and orderly community. 4. To have an honest and responsible barangay officials. 5. To promote transparency. IV. Community Problems per Key Result Area (KRA) Key Result Area/ Sectoral  Socio-Cultural: Children - Presence of cases of malnourish children a. Persons with Disability- Not all PWDs are aware of their rights as PWDs
  • 3. b.Senior Citizens-30% of the Senior Citizens are not aware of their rights and privileges c. Solo Parents- 90% of the Solo Parents doesn’t have Solo Parent’s Identification card  Economic a. Youth- Presence of Out-of-School Youth b. Women- Presence of Unemployed Women  Political c. Inactive Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC) d. Barangay Council - need of Leadership Training
  • 4. Per Key Result Area/Sectoral Objectives Activities/Strategies Time Frame Three -year Plan (March 2013-March 2016) YEAR1 YEAR3 In Kind Continuous Feeding Program *Venue *chairs *tables Php.150,0 0 InformationDissemination Campaign on the Rights of Children *Venue *chairs *tables *Microphone Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVI) Sources of Verification Conducted six (6) feeding programs. Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses Conducted three (3) InformationDissemination Campaign Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses In Cash MarchOct  SOCIO-CULTURAL Children At the end of three (3) years at least ninety percent (90%) of the malnourish children have gain weight. At the end of one (1) year at least eighty percent (80%) of the students from day care to grade six have attended the InformationDisseminatio n Campaign on the Rights of Children and will be YEAR2 Resource Plan MarchOct MarchOct MarchOct MarchOct MarchOct Php.15,00 0
  • 5. able to identify and enumerate their rights as Children  ECONOMIC Youth Women At end of one (1) year at least ninetynine percent (99%) of outof-school youth will be able to: -apply what they have learned in the Alternative Learning System (ALS); -(boys) develop and utilize their skills in computer and cellphone repairing -(girls) cosmetics Conduct of Alternative Learning System SeminarWorkshop Workshop on Cellphone Repairing and Workshop on Computer Repairing *Venue *chairs *tables *microphone *resource persons from TESDA P75,000 Workshop on Cosmetics (Manicure and Pedicure, Hair coloring and curling) At the end of Livelihood Skills *Venue P50,000 Conducted twenty-four (24) Seminar/ SeminarWorkshops with the following topics/theme: - Cosmetics (Manicure and Pedicure, Hair coloring and curling) Computer Repairing Cellphone Repairing Alternative Learning System SeminarWorkshop Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses, certificates for the participants that they can use in order to find and have a job. Conducted Attendance
  • 6. and Solo Parents Senior Citizen PersonwithDisabilitie six (6) months ninety-eight percent (98%) unemployed women and solo parents will utilize incomegenerating skills such as dishwashing liquid-making and others that were taught in the livelihood skills training. At the end of one (1) year ninety percent (90%) of the Senior Citizens in Laois will be able to identify and enumerate their rights and privileges as Senior Citizens. At the end of one (1) year ninety percent Training: -soap making -dishwashing liquid-making -fruit preservation -pickeles/atchara making using sayote *resource persons from TESDA, *tables *chairs eight (8) seminarworkshops on: -(2) soap making -(2) dishwashing liquid-making -(2) fruit preservation (2)pickles/atch ara making using sayote sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses, finish products: soaps, dishwashing liquid, preserved fruit (jams) and pickles InformationDissemination Campaign about the Expanded Senior Citizen’s Act with Social Pension *Venue *chairs *tables *Microphone Php. 4,000 Conducted two (2) InformationDissemination Campaign about the Expanded Senior Citizen’s Act with Social Pension Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses InformationDissemination Campaign about the *Venue *chairs *tables *Micro- Php. 4,000 Conducted two (2) InformationDissemination Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the
  • 7. s (PWDs) (95%) of the PWDs will be able to identify and enumerate their rights and privileges as PWDs.  POLITICAL Barangay At the end of one (1) year at Council least ninetyfor the Protection eight percent (98%) of the of Barangay Children Officials will (BCPC) be able to: -acquire knowledge and skills in child rights and handling cases of child abuse; and -enumerate their duties and responsibilities and practice these in their work as Barangay Council for the Protection of Rights and Privileges of PWDs SeminarWorkshop on the Roles and Function of Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC) phone Campaign documentation, about the liquidation of Rights and the expenses Privileges of PWDs Php. 8,000 Conducted two (2) SeminarWorkshop Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses
  • 8. Barangay Council of Laois Children (BCPC) At end of one (1) year at least one hundred percent (100%) of the Barangay Officials will be able to: -acquire leadership skills; -enumerate their duties and responsibilities and practice these in their work as a barangay official Leadership Skills Training Team Building Activities Venue, Php. tables, 10,000 chairs, micro-phone, resource persons Conducted four (4) Leadership Skills Training Conducted three (3) Team Building Activities Attendance sheet of the participants, pictures for the documentation, liquidation of the expenses