FDP Documents
2014 Annual Budget
2014 Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List (Summary by Office)
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Acctg. Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - BFPO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MAGRO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MAssO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Mayor's Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MBO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MCRO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MEO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MHO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MPDO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MSWDO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MTO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Nutrition Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - PNP
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - SB Office
2013 Statement of Debt Service
Annual GAD Accomplishment Report FY 2013
2013 Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
4th Quarter 2013, Statement of Cash Flow
4th Quarter 2013, Special Education Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Trust Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
4th Quarter 2013, 20% Component of the IRA Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Local LDRRMF Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Unliquidated Cash Advances
4th Quarter 2013, Manpower Complement
4th Quarter 2013, Supplemental Procurement Plan
2014 Statement of Debt Service
1st quarter 2014, Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
1st quarter 2014, Statement of Cash Flow
1st quarter 2014, Special Education Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Trust Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Bids Results on Civic Works and Goods and Services
1st quarter 2014, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Local DRRM Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Unliquidated Cash Advances
1st quarter 2014, Manpower Complement
1st quarter 2014, Supplemental Procurement Plan
2nd quarter 2014, Statement of Cash Flow
2nd quarter 2014, Special Education Fund Ultilization
2nd quarter 2014, Trust Fund Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
2nd quarter 2014, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Local LDRRM Fund Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Unliquidated Cash Advances
2nd quarter 2014, Manpower Complement
2nd quarter 2014, Supplemental Procurement Plan
e-Bulletin Board [PDF Form]
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Accounting Office)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Budget Office)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Assessor`s Office)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MCRO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MHO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MSWDO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MAGRO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MTO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Mayors Office)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Nutrition Office)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MPDO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MEO)
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (SB Office)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Balance Sheet (TF) as of January 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (TF) for the period January 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows (TF) for the period January 31, 2013
Trial Balance (GF) for the month of January 31, 2013
Balance Sheet (SEF) as of January 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows (SEF) as of January 31, 2013
Trial Balance (SEF) as of January 31, 2013
Statement of Income and Expenditures for the month of January 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows for the month of January 31, 2013
Balance Sheet as of January 31, 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
20% IRA Utilization (March 31, 2013)
SEF Utilization (March 31, 2013)
LDMRRMC (March 31, 2013)
Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) (March 31, 2013)
Trust Fund (PDAF) Utilization - June 30, 2013
Statement of Debt Service as of June 30, 2013
Statement of Cash Flow (GF) for the month of June 30, 2013
SEF Income Expenditures - June 30, 2013
Report of SEF Utilization - June 30, 2013
LDMMRC as June 30, 2013
Items to Bid July 17, 2013
Bidding Result (August 8, 2013
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 28, 2013)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 28, 2013)
SEF Report September 2013
SEF Balance Sheet as of September 30, 2013
SEF Statement of Cash Flow as of September 30, 2013
SEF Statement of Income and Expenses as of September 30, 2013
SEF Trial Balance as of September 30, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows (TF) as of September 30, 2013
Utilization of PDAF (September 30, 2013)
Balance Sheet (TF) as of September 30, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (TF) as of September 30, 2013
20% IRA utilization September 30, 2013
Balance Sheet as of September 30, 2013
Statement of Income and Expenditures for the month ending September 30, 2013 
Statement of Cash Flows (GF) for the month of September 30, 2013 
Trial Balance (GF) for the month of September 30, 2013 
Items to Bid November 2013
GAD Accomplishment Report 2013
Bidding Result - December 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated - December 2013
20% Development Fund as of December 31, 2013
Balance Sheet (SEF) as of December 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (SEF) December 31, 2013
Report of SEF Utilization as of December 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows (SEF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Income & Expenses (SEF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Balance Sheet (TF) as of December 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (TF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Cahs Flows (TF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (GF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Income & Expenditures for the year ended December 31, 2013
Balance Sheet as of December 31, 2013
Trial Balance (GF) for the month of March 31, 2014
Balance Sheet as of March 31, 2014
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Extension of Multi-purpose Gymnasium)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Comparative Statement of Collection
REAL PROPERTY TAX
2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 513,630.84 535,747.00 482,300.16
FEBRUARY 199,884.48 341,872.16 322,279.54
MARCH 642,263.46 747,209.50 851,056.98
APRIL 158,572.28 107,811.46 179,958.22
MAY 189,701.88 128,366.03 83,274.28
JUNE 182,935.66 84,375.83 193,082.82
JULY 184,886.60 474,875.18 26,432.76
AUGUST 58,439.28 58,026.88 22,231.66
SEPTEMBER 19,228.02 113,269.50 101,815.70
OCTOBER 150,461.31 78,006.33 21,303.56
NOVEMBER 68,578.65 322,369.56 14,235.46
DECEMBER 23,393.72 132,302.64 60,589.92
TOTAL 2,391,976.18 3,124,232.07 2,358,561.06
 

BUSINESS TAX

2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 235,417.12 247,983.16 347,023.40
FEBRUARY 103,815.00 71,129.40 59,447.00
MARCH 40,876.40 20,339.25 45,168.88
APRIL 11,872.40 77,978.51 41,998.24
MAY 35,730.16 52,714.55 27,556.92
JUNE 21,983.80 43,997.60 13,805.86
JULY 57,890.40 37,060.52 71,937.10
AUGUST 28,480.60 32,177.80 11,373.48
SEPTEMBER 10,008.50 10,209.50 8,748.74
OCTOBER 23,200.10 55,217.10 26,746.25
NOVEMBER 18,455.65 7,927.71 12,333.46
DECEMBER 8,059.10 53,251.50 19,993.37
TOTAL 595,789.23 709,986.60 686,133.34
 

FEES & CHARGES

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 190,750.33 205,441.40 327,615.45
FEBRUARY 50,606.00 98,173.00 74,985.00
MARCH 96,447.00 49,310.00 64,589.00
APRIL 37,805.00 61,246.00 94,062.70
MAY 51,442.00 83,513.80 40,966.00
JUNE 43,573.10 88,661.00 45,683.00
JULY 31,352.00 57,899.00 41,983.00
AUGUST 38,477.00 43,733.76 42,646.00
SEPTEMBER 22,497.00 58,322.00 21,540.00
OCTOBER 25,595.90 61,198.05 18,531.02
NOVEMBER 20,062.00 26,458.00 17,309.41
DECEMBER 27,295.00 37,383.19 9,060.00
TOTAL 635,902.23 871,339.20 800,104.56
 

ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 30,237.08 38,514.58 44,814.23
FEBRUARY 15,703.58 24,464.83 28,441.73
MARCH 25,602.08 39,283.08 30,499.73
APRIL 23,386.08 14,051.08 26,896.23
MAY 16,191.08 31,782.33 21,307.79
JUNE 19,826.08 22,391.08 15,646.79
JULY 13,366.08 22,492.08 14,722.50
AUGUST 17,824.08 25,442.33 4,150.00
SEPTEMBER 20,376.93 17,185.18 16,590.40
OCTOBER 16,341.08 29,019.93 24,571.40
NOVEMBER 25,047.33 21,788.73 33,852.90
DECEMBER 20,016.08 35,559.98 29,619.90
TOTAL 243,917.56 321,975.21 291,113.50
 

GRAND TOTAL

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 970,093.37 1,027,686.14 1,201,753.24
FEBRUARY 370,009.06 535,639.39 485,153.91
MARCH 805,286.94 856,141.83 991,314.59
APRIL 231,665.76 261,087.05 342,915.39
MAY 293,151.12 296,376.71 173,107.99
JUNE 268,420.64 239,425.51 268,218.47
JULY 287,567.08 592,326.78 155,075.36
AUGUST 143,272.96 159,380.77 80,401.14
SEPTEMBER 72,154.45 198,986.18 148,694.84
OCTOBER 215,632.39 223,441.41 91,152.23
NOVEMBER 132,163.63 378,544.00 77,731.23
DECEMBER 78,791.90 258,497.31 119,263.19
TOTAL 3,868,209.30 5,027,533.08 4,135,915.56
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    ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

    Atty. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
    Municipal Mayor

    Mrs. JOCELYN P. CABACUNGAN
    Social Welfare Officer III

    Mrs. AIDA A. LAGBON
    Social Welfare Assistant

    Mrs. WARLYN P. MORALES
    Administrative Aide I

    Mrs. LEONILYN A. HOMBREBUENO
    Administrative Aide I

    MARY JANE MORALES
    DCW-Bintawan Norte

    LENIE SALUDARES
    DCW- Bintawan Norte

    ERLINDA YAMBOT
    DCW-Poblacion

    LIGAYA ESTEVES
    DCW-Ibung

    CRISTY TABITA
    DCW-Ibung EEA

    MARY PALAYON
    DCW-Cabuluan

    LUZVIMINDA A. CASTILLO
    DCW- Pieza

    TERESITA G. PACULLA
    DCW – Ocapon

    MARY JEAN VILLAR
    DCW-Nagbitin

    FRANY VALENZUELA
    DCW- Sawmill

    MARY ANN TOLENTINO
    DCW – Nag-et

    Mandate

    Care, Protect, Rehabilitate, Develop and Integrate into the mainstream the
    vulnerable and social sectors of society.

    Vision

    A society where poor vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals, families and
    communities are empowered for an improved quality of life.

    Mision

    To provide Social promotion and promote the rights and welfare of the poor,
    vulnerable and disadvantages individuals, families and communities that
    will contribute to family alleviation and empowerment for quality service
    delivery through provision of development, presentive and rehabilitative
    programs and services.

    ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
    CY 2012

                                       Family

    1. Assessment/Interviewed, Home visited, collateral interviews and validations conducted to:
     

    401

    Walk in clients.

    103

    Families received cash assistance (AICS).

    299

    Issued certificate of indigency referrals to hospitals, other agencies and counselling conducted.
    1. PHILHEALTH/MEDICARE PARA SA MASA
     
    • I.D. distributed to:
     

    268

    NHTSPR –Sponsored to valid 2013

    208

    DOH-Sponsored

    245

    LGU-Families sponsored

    721

    TOTAL No. of PHILHEALTH I.D HOLDERS.
    1. LIVELIHOOD ASSISTANCE
     
    1. IBUNG MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE
    Livelihood Assistance –Capital Seed fund from Provincial Government.
    1. CADASA-Lending
    Capital Seed Fund from the Provincial Government.
    1. REBEL RETURNEES
    Farm Inputs

    mswd1              mswd2
    Distribution of PHILHEALTH ID

    NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD TARGETING SYSTEM FOR POVERTY REDUCTION

    4PS – PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM

    This is a Poverty Alleviation project of the Philippine Government thru the Department of    Social Welfare and Development that focuses on investing in human capital specifically in  education, health and nutrition.

    It is one of the responses of the Philippine Government to the challenge of meeting the         Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

    -          One of the special project of the National Government is the 4PS. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and the Conditional Cash Transfer.

    • 408- Families who are lucky to be 4Ps beneficiaries in the municipality of Villaverde.
    • March 2012 – the first scheduled released of the Cash grant.
    • 4Ps beneficiaries received their conditional cash grant/No. of families /4Ps grantees per Barangay
    1. IBUNG

    88

    1. NAGBITIN

    65

    1. OCAPON

    28

    1. PIEZA

    38

    1. POBLACION

    24

    1. SAWMILL

    32

    1. BINTAWAN SUR

    44

    1. BINTAWAN NORTE

    52

    1. CABULUAN

    37

                           TOTAL

    408

    FAMILY DEVELOPMENT SESSION

    560 4PS beneficiaries attended the family development session conducted to Nine (9)          barangays.  Grantees of conditional cash transfer are obliged to attend the complete sessions as   one condition being a 4PS beneficiary.

    408 – Grantees of Conditional Cash Transfer were being assessed through the administering of SWI-Social Welfare Indicators designed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development.  The MSWDO Staff with the Municipal Link and LGU Link conducted home visits to interview and have scored family on economic sufficiency and social adequacy.

    ENHANCED PARENT EFFECTIVENESS SERVICE

    The Parent Effectiveness service was compared of Nine (9) modules.  It is the provision and expansion of knowledge and skills of parents and caregiver on parenting to be able to respond to parental duties and responsibilities on the areas of early childhood and development, behavior management of younger and elder children, husband and wife relationship, prevention of child abuse, health and other challenges of parenting.  It assists parents and parents substitute to develop and strengthen their knowledge and skills so they can assume the major educational role in their child’s growth and development.

    MARRIAGE COUNSELING

    206 Couples-Marriage Counselling

    4ps               4ps2
    Family Development Session             Municipal Link – Jake P. Perez
    updating/Preparing Reports

    8 Eight Water Hand Pumpwells- Funded by Kalahi monitored to 45 Forty Five Families beneficiaries in Barangay Poblacion.

    WOMEN

    21-Abot Palad members have a buy and sell livelihood projects funded by the Provincial Government.

    25- Kalipi-Kapisanan ng Liping Pilipina received capital seed fund from the Provincial office for their livelihood projects.

    11-Eleven Day Care Workers have received capital seed fund for their livelihood projects.

    15 (Fifteen)-Kalipi Members have attended the Women’s month celebration in the Provincial Capitol.  They joined the contest presentations and received lots of prizes and token.

    3 (Three)- Kalipi Officers from Villaverde attended the Regional General Assembly Meeting on  December 18, 2012 at STA. ANA, CAGAYAN.

    ELDERLY/SENIOR CITIZEN

    Issued Senior Citizen ID’s and purchase notebooks of medicines and commodities.

    BARANGAY

     

    BARANGAY

     
    BINTAWAN SUR

    357

     

    BINTAWAN NORTE

    246

    PIEZA

    89

    IBUNG

    79

    OCAPON

    74

    NAGBITIN

    525

    CABULUAN

    87

    SAWMILL

    147

    POBLACION

    133

     

          TOTAL

    1,736

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    Social Pensioners while receiving their monthly Social Pensions

    69 (SIXTY NINE) – Total Number of Social Pensioners in the municipality who receives P500.00-Five Hundred Pesos monthly.

    SOCIAL PENSION

    -          The Social Pension for indigent Senior Citizens is the provision of monthly pension to qualified indigent senior citizens in the amount of Five Hundred Pesos only (P500.00) as government assistance stipulated under  Republic Act 9994 otherwise known as expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010-An Act granting additional benefits, 100% of social pensions were visited and monitored by the MSWDO staff to make sure that the pension received was being used by the pensioners and privileges to senior citizens.

    -          Quarterly meeting was also conducted and attended by the Senior Citizens.  Livelihood projects were ongoing like the goat raising etc. funded by the ABOITIZ Corporation.

    -          Regional Federations of Senior Citizen Affairs 3rd quarterly meeting was also attended by five (5) officers and MSWDO at Santiago, Isabela.

    CHILDREN

    DAY CARE SERVICES

                 280-Day Care Children SY 2011-2012 served graduated/Recognized on March 20, 2012 at Villaverde Municipal Gymnasium at Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

    467-(Four Hundred Sixty Seven) Day Care Children presently enrolled at Eleven (11) Day   Care Center and One (1) Supervised Neighborhood Ptay Center for the SY 2012-2013.

    280 Day Care Children received sets of materials like coloring books, story books and assorted  toys like balls puzzles etc. from the cash Prize of (P50,000.00) as the Regional Awardees of the  Philippine Most Child Friendly Municipality.

    All Day Care Children (40 joint the educational field trip last October 2012 in celebration of   the  National Children’s month celebration. The Day Care Children went to Capitol, Governor’s Office, DWRV and in Tan-Am Resort, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

    Poblacion Day Care Center

    The construction of extension outside and putting up of washing are (sink) was also completed.   Picket fence was also put up for the security of the Day Care Children. Inside of the Day Care  Center was also repainted.

    Bintawan Norte Day Care Center

    Repainted inside and washing area at the back was constructed.

    Ocapon Day Care Center

    Inside was repainted and ceiling was completed to give comfort for the children especially  during summer.

    Cabuluan Proper Day Care Center

    The Center was painted with construction of washing area and back door.  The fence was fixed and   they had a vegetable garden.

    NAG-ET Day Care Center

                 The center was not yet accredited because it was still temporary but there was a lot donated intended for a Day Care Center in Sitio Nag-et. The brgy. Council are presently sourcing out   for  a building or center to construct in the area donated.

    dc1        dc2     Day Care Children form their line in preparation to going home

    dc3         dc4   Day Care Children of Barangay Nagbitin while having their class lecture

    parent1        parent2     Organizational Meeting of Day Care Parents Federation

    parent3    Organizational Meeting of Day Care Parents Officers

    parent4    Organizational Meeting of Day Care Parents

    feeding1      feeding2      feeding3
    Supplemental Feeding of Day Care Children at Barangay Ibung

    feeding4   Day Care Children ready to go home

    Purok 7 Ibung Day Care Center

    Construction of extension at the back with washing area was completed. Materials were from  barangay. The Day Care Parents maintains their vegetable garden.

    Day Care Children with their parents celebrated the Nutrition Month last July by having a recipe contest held at Poblacion, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

    The Parents of two years old to 4 years old were organized in Mangkelleb, Ibung as supervised  neighborhood group and there is the conduct of Supplemental Feeding.

                11 (Eleven) Day Care Center were closely monitored by the MSWDO staff in the month of July in preparation for the validation/evaluation for the most child friendly municipality.

    Sawmill Day Care Center

    It was repainted and Comfort Room were fixed and followed the standard requirements.

    Bintawan Sur Day Care Center

    It was also repainted inside including tables and chairs.  The washing area was fixed with  tiles for the children to wash their hands and do the tooth brushing.

    YOUTH

    3(Three)-Organized PAG-ASA YOUTH ASSOCIATION in Barangay Bintawan Norte, Ibung  and Brgy. Poblacion.  The PYA is an organization affiliated with the DSWD Department of      Social Welfare and Development that aims to promote the total development of the out of         school youth and other disadvantaged youth to become self- reliant, economically productive and socially responsible citizens, endowed with positive values and behavior.

    10 (Ten) OSY-Out of School Youth worked in Villaverde MSWDO under Government  Internship  Program of DSWD.  The Nine Youths worked (52) fifty two days with a daily rate of P245.00 (Two Hundred Forty Five Pesos) from the DSWD.

    1 (One) OSY went to Santiago City and attended training on leadership and capability building.

    SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING

    (767) Seven Hundred Sixty Seven Day Care Children for the SY 2011-2012 and SY 2012-  2013 served under this program.  The Supplementary Feeding Program is the provision of          food in addition to the regular meals, to currently enrolled day care children as part of the       DSWD’s contribution to the Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) program of the  government.

    The Day Care Parents group were organized in every day care centers. The schedule of parents in  preparation of the hot meals and dishwashing was religiously done by the assigned Day Care      Parents.

    Day Care Parents Federation was also organized to help in the activities of the Day Care Children  or in Day Care Service.

                (150) One Hundred Fifty selected grade school children ages 10-14 from the different elementary   schools in the municipality attended the VILLAVERDES CHILDRENS CONGRESS 2012– This          is in celebration of the National Children’s month – October with the theme “BRIGHT CHILD AY   SIGURADUHIN, RESPONSABENG PAMAMAHAYAG AY PALAGANAPIN”.

    PERSON WITH DISABILITY OR DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS

    Municipal Federation of Differently Abled Persons in Villaverde were organized attended by  PWD Regional & Provincial President.

                13 (Thirteen pcs) -Wheel chairs from the Provincial Office were distributed to some  persons w/ disabilities.

                80-(EIGHTY) Person with disabilities were issued PWD’s ID’s for the year 2012.

    No. ID. Issued

    Barangay

    9

    Bintawan Sur

    11

    Bintawan Norte

    12

    Ibung

    4

    Nagbitin

    10

    Ocapon

    24

    Pieza

    1

    Cabuluan

    4

    Poblacion

    5

    Sawmill

    TOTAL      80

     

     SOCIAL CASE STUDY

    32 (Thirty Two)-Social Case Study Reports prepared.

    6 (Six) – Group counseling conducted.

    8 (Eight)-Special/court related cases attended.

    ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
    CY 2011

    FAMILY

    a. Assistance to individual/families in crisis situation  262 families served
    v  Assessment conducted- interviewed, home visited, collateral interviews, validation
    v  Provision of cash grant assistance
    b. Family counseling 56 families counseled
    c. Referrals of families to  different agencies 25 families referred
    d. Social Case Study Reports  Conducted 13 families served
    e. Pre Marriage/Marriage Counseling conducted 59 couples counseled
    f. PHILHEALTH/MEDICARE PARA SA MASA 722 Philhealth Beneficiaries
    v  Re-assessment conducted 245 sponsored by LGU
    v  Process of application of ID’s to qualified indigent clients 209sponsored by 2 national agencies
    268 sponsored by national agencies

     National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTSPR)

    Executive Order 867 of 2010

    “Providing for the Adoption of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction as the mechanism for identifying poor households who shall be recipients of Social Protection Programs Nationwide”

    One of the especial projects of the national government is the   Four Piece -4Ps PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM, A Conditional Cash Transfer, The validating team conducted one day validation to the proposed beneficiaries last December 21, 2011.  With the full support of the Municipal Mayor Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio, the Vice Mayor and all SB members and some staffs from LGU especially  from MPDO and Engineering office who became the official photographers of the validated Four P’s beneficiaries.

                   

    WOMEN

    Practical Skills Dev’t. Training livelihood projects

    85 women

     

    Celebration of the Women’s Month last March wherein all members of the different Women Organization participated in different activities like flower arrangement, cooking, bedroom/bed setting, and physical therapy. The Kalipi Women officers and members of Villaverde joined the women’s month celebration in Bayombong together with Hon. Demetria Quines, Hon. Visitacion Toledo, Hon. Norbert Alvendia and the MSWDO. Twenty women members of Abot Palad engaged in livelihood projects funded by the Provincial office.

    CHILDREN

    a. Day Care  Children graduated/recognized on March 2011 278 children served
    b. Day Care Children enrolled in Day Care Centers SY-2011-2012 280 children served
    c. Accreditation of and Day Care Workers 11 Day Care Workers& 11 Day Care Centers accredited by DSWD
    d. Trainings on ECCD Checklist 3 Day Care Workers attended training on ECCD checklist
    e. Supplemental Feeding  DCC\/Preschoolers served

    The Day Care Children of the nine Day Care Centers celebrated the National Children’s Month last October 2011 by simply having an educational Field Trip at Spring Garden Resort Santiago City. DCC also joined the Provincial Celebration in Bayombong Ethnic Dance of the Day Care Workers.

             

    ELDERLY /SENIOR CITIZEN

    Issuance of Senior Citizen identification cards and purchased slip. 182 ID’s given to Senior Citizen
    S C  Social Pensioners 9 SC beneficiaries
    Relief goods were given to Senior Citizen 100 Family packs given

     

      

                  Senior Citizen also of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya join
    the elderly month celebration last October 2011
    and seminar on graceful aging at Capitol Compound,
    Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

    PERSON WITH DISABILITY (PWD)

    Referral to other  agencies for wheelchair 3 PWDs members got wheelchair from the province
    Cash assistance and relief goods 6 PWD members received

     

    SPECIAL CASES

    VAWC RA-9262-Counseling, Case Management/ conducted 9 cases
    CICL RA-9344- Case Management Counseling, Case Conference Conducted 2 cases
    Other related  cases-Counseling, Conducted 25 cases

    DISASTER MANAGEMENT

    a. Cash for work 8 Barangays served
    b. Some relief goods also were given to indigent families No. of fam. pcks given
    c. Relief goods were given to victims of typhoon “Pedring and Quel”  No. of family packs were given

    CY 2010 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

    MANDATE
    Care, Protect, Rehabilitate, develop and integrate into the mainstream the vulnerable and social sectors  of  society.

    VISION
    A society where poor vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals, families and      communities are empowered for an improved quality of life.

    MISSION
    To provide Social promotion and promote the rights and welfare of the poor, vulnerable and disadvantages individuals, families and communities that will contribute to family alleviation and empowerment for quality service delivery through provision of development, presentive and rehabilitative programs and services.

    FAMILY

    a. Assistance to individual/families in crisis     situation 150 families served
    >Assessment conducted- interviewed, home visited,          collateral interviews, validation of data
    >Provision of cash grant assistance
    b. Rice Assistance 24 families served
    c. Family counseling 56 families counseled
    d. Referrals of families to NGO’s different agencies 25 families referred
    e. Social Case Study Reports 10 families served
    f. Pre-Marriage/Marriage Counseling conducted 152 couples counseled
    g. PHILHEALTH/MEDICARE PARA SA MASA 395 Philhealth Beneficiaries
    Re-assessment conducted 245 sponsored by LGU
    Process of application of ID’s to qualified indigent clients 209sponsored by 2 national agencies
    50 sponsored by province

    National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction

    Executive Order 867 of 2010, “Providing for the Adoption of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction as the Mechanism for Identifying Poor Households who shall be Recipients of Social Protection Programs Nationwide”

    The DSWD hired Mrs. Charidel Manuel from Tuguegarao as Area Supervisor and one         enumerator, Mr. Ancheta to fast track the conduct of assessment to indigent families of the nine barangays of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya and was finished last December 2010 with the help of the MSWD staff & barangaycouncils.

    WOMEN

    Practical Skills Dev’t. Training livelihood projects 35 women served
    Capital seed fund from Provincial Office

    Kapisanan ng Liping Pilipina joins in the Women’s month celebration last March 2010 at Capitol Compound, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

    CHILDREN

    a. Day Care  Children graduated/recognized  on  March 2010 267 children served
    b. Day Care Children presently enrolled in Day Care Centers 301children served
    c. Accreditation of Day Care Centers and Day Care Workers 8 Day Care Workers& 8 Day Care Centers accredited by DSWD
    d. Trainings on ECCD Checklist 3 Day Care Workers attended training on ECCD checklist
    e. Supplemental Feeding 104 below normal children served

    The Day  Care Children of the nine Day  Care Centers  celebrated the  National Children’s Month last October 2010 by simply having an educational Field Trip at Spring Garden Resort Santiago City. DCC also  joined the Provincial Celebration in Bayombong by joining a presentation of Hawaiian Dance of Ibung Day Care Children. The tula and singing contest of Bintawan Sur and Bintawan Norte won second prize.

    Below Normal Children at Barangay Poblacion, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya having their Supplemental Feeding

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ELDERLY/SENIOR CITIZEN

    Issuance of Senior Citizen identification cards and purchased slip. 1,300 ID’s given to Senior Citizen

    Senior Citizen also of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya joins the Elderly month celebration last October  2010 at Capitol Compound, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya

    PWD (Person with Disability)

    Referral to other  agencies for artificial legs 2 PWDs members got artificial legs
    Cash assistance and relief goods 6 PWD members received

    The PWD focal person Mrs. Leonilyn A. Hombrebueno together with the MSWD Officer Mrs. Jocelyn P. Cabacungan of MSWDO attended training on Hands On of PWD IDs computerized System at Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya. The application forms were given to PDWs (Person with Disabilities) for them to complete the data needed in their IDs which to be centralized in internet.

    Referral PWD client for artificial leg.

    PWD clients referred for another assistance & Kgd. Melanie of Bintawan Sur.

    SPECIAL CASES
    Early Childhood Care and Development

    (ECCD)
    For the year 2010, the nine (9) Municipal Early Childhood Care and Development (MECCDEC) council of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya had an observation study tour at San Rafael, Bulacan to visit and observe nutrition activities or FAITH–Food Always available in the home. The modern techniques of planting vegetables were also explained by the staff of the East West Seed Company. The staff toured us also to their seed growing nursery and as a means of livelihood also. The MECCDEC members were able to gain more new ideas and techniques to be applied somehow in Villaverde. Seeds were also purchased by the MECCDEC members to be planted at their own.

    The Municipal Health Officer Dr. Telesforo A. Ragpa have purchased two (2) dooplers and given to barangay Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya and barangay Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. Additional purchased from ECCD fund the two (2) units of Detecto Weighing Scale and awarded to barangay Bintawan Sur and Barangay Cabuluan, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya while nine (9) units of Blood Pressure Apparatus (non-mercury) were given to all barangays for the use in the barangay health centers.

    The purchase of Day Care Center inside Facilities like chairs, cabinet and tables were also given to Cabuluan Day care Center for the children to feel comfortable while they are having their everyday classes.

    Reorganization and strenghtening of the BCPC barangay council for the protection of children were conducted by the MLGOO Miss Ednalyn Aricheta and the MECCD action officer Mrs. Jocelyn P. Cabacungan at Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya last December 17, 2010. The activity was attended by all the BCPC members. Regular meetings and plan were being discussed and agrred for the submittion.

    Observation Study Tour(OST)

    On November 18-19, 2010, the MNAO of Villaverde, Mrs. Mary Jane C. Mariñas, the Nutrition Aide, Mrs. Warlyn P. Morales together with the two (2) BNAO Mrs. Marielou Navalta of Bintawan Sur, Mrs. Gemma Tria of Barangay Sawmill and nine Barangay Nutrition Scholars went to San Fernando, LA Union & Baguio City to observed best practices in nutrition program.

    Handling court related cases

    VAWC RA-9262-Counseling, Case Conference conducted 10 cases
    CICL RA-9344-Counseling, Case Conference Conducted 2 cases
    Other cases-Counseling, Case Conference Conducted 5 cases

    Disaster Management

    a. Food for work 5 barangays served
    11 barangays health stations
    b. Some relief goods also were given to indigent families
    c. Relief goods were given to victims of typhoon “Juan” 50 family packs were given

    YouthMr. Mark Cabulag, youth leader of barangay Poblacion together with MWDO staff attended three days Youth Leadership Training at Baguio City.

    Youth leader surveyed and organized out of school youth at barangay Poblacion, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.