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1 What: Sector:

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3 world ’ s greates t needs world ’ s greates t needs your deepes t desire s your deepes t desire s inters ection

4 A systemic process towards social awareness An attempt to analyze a situation / socia l reality through the observation of any given context Both objective and subjective An attempt to discover the cause of the problems & establish the relationship among these factors

5 EXPERI ENCE ANALY SIS ACTI ON REFLEC TION See bigger picture Responsibil ity for the Other A tool for discernment

6 Divide into groups Discuss the Sustainable Lives & Livelihood Framework Go through each part of the framework simultaneousl y with the steps of discernment Presentation by group Create a personal stand LEGEND Discer nmen t D SLSL SL Framew ork

7 Provides an organized checklist of important issues Emphasizes multiple interactions between various factors People - centered and holistic Consists of 5 parts

8 Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es 2 VULNERA BILITY CONTEXT Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re 3 STRUCT URES & PROCES SES ADAPTI VE STRATE GIES 4 Fina ncia l Capi tal Phys ical Capi tal Soc ial Cap ita l Human Capital Nat ura l Cap ita l Sector 1 PENTAGON ASSETS LIVELI HOOD OUTCOM ES 5

9 Fina ncia l Capi tal Phys ical Capi tal Soc ial Cap ita l Human Capital Nat ura l Cap ita l Sector 1 PENTAGON ASSETS SLSL Seeks to gain an accurate and realisti c understa nding of people ’ s assets Visually illustrates which assets to nurture and the type of combination that will ensure survival D Be aware of your own giftedness

10 Health & Nutrition Education, Knowledge & skills Capacity to work & to adapt HUMAN CAPITA L Networks and connections Relations of trust and mutual support Formal and informal groups Common rules and sanctions Collective representation Mechanisms for participation in decision - making Leadership Land & produce Water & Aquatic resources Trees and forest products Biodiversity Environmental Services SOCIAL CAPITAL NATURAL CAPITAL Savings Credit / Debit Remittances - Pensions - Wages Presence of NGOs FINANC IAL CAPITA L Infrastruc ture Tools and technology PHYSI CAL CAPIT AL

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12 Shocks Season ality Trends & Change s Shocks Season ality Trends & Change s 2 VULNERAB ILITY CONTEXT Finan cial Capit al Phys ical Capi tal Soc ial Cap ita l Human Capital Nat ura l Cap ita l Sector 1 PENTAGON ASSETS Create d and / o r destr oyed

13 Shocks Season ality Trends & Change s Shocks Season ality Trends & Change s 2 VULNERABI LITY CONTEXT SLSL External environme nt in which people exist & which they have no control of Points for Considerati on : Look into past, immediate & distant vulnerabil ities Does not have to be entirely negative D Gathering data outside of one ’ s control

14 Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re 3 STRUCTU RES & PROCESS ES Finan cial Capit al Physi cal Capit al Soci al Capi tal Human Capital Natu ral Capi tal Sector 1 PENTAGON ASSETS Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es 2 VULNERA BILITY CONTEXT Create / D estroy Cushions impact

15 Polici es Instit utions Cultur e Polici es Instit utions Cultur e 3 STRUCTUR ES & PROCESSE S SLSL determine the ability of people to access resources, the terms of exchange and returns for these have a direct impact upon people ’ s ability to achieve a feeling of inclusion and well - being D Gather intern al data

16 of government of different LEVELS of government of NGOs Of international bodies political, legislative & representative bodies executive agencies judicial bodies civil society & membership organizations NGOs political parties Commercial enterprises & corporations “ rules of the game ” decision - making processes social norms & customs gender, caste, class language INSTITU TIONS CULTURE POLICI ES

17 Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re Polic ies Insti tutio ns Cultu re 3 STRUCT URES & PROCES SES Fina ncia l Capi tal Phys ical Capi tal Soc ial Cap ita l Human Capital Nat ura l Cap ita l Sector 1 PENTAGON ASSETS Infl uenc e & acce ss Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es Shock s Seaso nalit y Trend s & Chang es 2 VULNERA BILITY CONTEXT Create / Destroy Cushions impact ADAPTI VE STRATE GIES 4 Combination of assets, influence of structures and processes as well as the vulnerability context on the choices that people make

18 Marginalization Social Exclusion When individuals cannot fully or even partially participate in various economic and social opportunities that could help them Focuses on multidimensionali ty of deprivation and relational processes

19 Social Exclusion EXAMPLES : Physical / Geo graphic Economic Exclusion Structural Exclusion Discriminat ion Legal / Politi cal Exclusion Cultural Exclusion HOW TO ADDRESS IT : Awareness and Sensitivity Empowerment of excluded groups Creating spaces for inclusion Structural adjustments

20 Unemployme nt Underemployment Contractualization Low Wage Job Discriminat ion

21 Philippines April / April 2011 Population 15 years & over ( in '000) 62, 84261, 778 Labor Force Participation Rate (%) 64.7%64.2% Employment Rate (%) Unemployment Rate (%) Underemploymen t Rate (%) / Estimates for April 2012 are preliminary and may change. 2/ Population 15 years and over is from the 2000 Census-based population projections.

22 An employee is hired within a limited period of time Usually at 5-6 months Effects : –Prevents employees from getting benefits –Prevents employees from forming a union –Propagates the non - development of skills thus leading to lower salary

23 DAILY MINIMUM WAGE RATES Effective 3 June 2012 Sector / Indus try Basic Wage under Wage Order No. NCR 15 COLA Increas e New Minimu m Wage Rates Non - Agriculture P P P Agriculture ( Plantation and Non Plantation ) P P P Private Hospitals with bed capacity of 100 or less P P P Retail / Servi ce Establishme nts employing 15 workers or less P P P Manufacturi ng Establishme nts regularly employing less than 10 workers P P P

24 Min. Wage does not equate to Living Wage Non - Agricult ure Agriculture Plantat ion Non - Plantatio n P P P GROWTH CORRIDOR AREA CAVITE - Bacoor, Imus LAGUNA - Biñan, Laguna Techno Park, San Pedro RIZAL - Cainta, Taytay

25 What are your passions in life and how can you relate these to the needs that you have identified? What could possibly be your eventual contribution to this sector given your interests?

26 The Other & I as part of social institutions Realize that these people are your neighbors Their situation is deeply connected with your own Continue to engage — learn and give back Discern and create a response


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