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Women's Welfare Program

Teduray Mother & Child

This program aims to promote the welfare of disadvantaged women giving special attention to the prevention, eradication of exploitation of women in any form as well as promotion of skills for employment and self-actualization.

Target Beneficiaries

Socially disadvantaged women within the ages of 18 to 59 years old needing social welfare services.

These include women who have no access to/limited opportunity for education , personal/maternal and child care, livelihood, self-enhancement, and community participation, thus, deterring them from participation in development. These women may be drawn from but not limited to any of the following groups:

  • Mothers of children in Day Care Centers
  • Women in Especially Difficult Circumstances (WEDC) such as:
    1. victims of involuntary/forced prostitution
    2. victims of illegal recruitment
    3. women in detention
    4. battered/abused women
    5. victims of sexual abuse (incest, rape)
    6. victims of armed conflict
    7. others (stranded, those tracing lost relatives)

Services

    • Social Communication Skills Development
      The enhancement of basic communication skills of women for them to express their thoughts, feelings, ideas, needs, concerns and aspirations. These involve knowledge acquisition and knowledge transfer.
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    • Personal/Maternal and Child Care
      Provision of knowledge and skills, teaching of values on self-care, care of children and family, nutrition education, and environmental sanitation, focusing on the use of sanitary toilet and proper refuse disposal, usage of herbal plants as well as value of backyard gardens, livestock, and aquaculture through linkages with community resources both Government Offices (GOs) and Non-Governmental Offices (NGOs).
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    • Livelihood
      Provision of opportunities to engage in productive undertakings either through open or self-employment, job referral/counseling, self-empployment assistance (individual, Supervised Production Group, Community Productivity Center, and SEA Paluwagan).
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    • Self-enhancement
      Provision of opportunities for empowerment of women to discover their strengths and limitations, and to develop and enrich their potential based on their needs and aspirations.
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    • Community Participation
      Mobilization of women to create opportunities to relate and interact with other women in the community. This is done through the organization of interest groups designed to manage and sustain group activities, participate in wider community undertakings, raise issues and concerns affecting women's welfare, and initiate actions on these issues at the community levels.
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    • Counseling
      Provision of opportunities for women and resolve their own problems of relationship by identifying their strengths and weaknesses towards more effective social functioning.
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    • Substitute Home Care
      Provision of temporary shelter or residential care/group homes to women while working for their eventual return to their families if indicated.

Mandates

  1. Sec. 13 of E.O. no. 123
    the ministry of Social Services and Development into a DSWD -- provides for the creation of the Bureau of Women's Welfare mandated to promote women's welfare with specific attention to the prevention and eradication of exploitation of women in any form such as but not limited to prostitution and illegal recruitment as well as the promotion of skills of women for employment and self-actualization.
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  2. Article II of the Philippine Constitution
    Section 11. The State values the dignity of every human person and guarantees full respect for human rights.
    Section 14. The State recognizes the role of women in nation-building, and shall ensure the fundamental equality before the law of women and men.
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  3. Livelihood
    Provision of opportunities to engage in productive undertakings either through open or self-employment, job referral/counseling, self-empployment assistance (individual, Supervised Production Group, Community Productivity Center, and SEA Paluwagan).
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  4. Self-enhancement
    Provision of opportunities for empowerment of women to discover their strengths and limitations, and to develop and enrich their potential based on their needs and aspirations.
  5. Community Participation
    Mobilization of women to create opportunities to relate and interact with other women in the community. This is done through the organization of interest groups designed to manage and sustain group activities, participate in wider community undertakings, raise issues and concerns affecting women's welfare, and initiate actions on these issues at the community levels.
    •  
  6. Counseling
    Provision of opportunities for women and resolve their own problems of relationship by identifying their strengths and weaknesses towards more effective social functioning.
  7. Substitute Home Care
    Provision of temporary shelter or residential care/group homes to women while working for their eventual return to their families if indicated.
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