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1 BRIEFING For Typhoon Yolanda Humanitarian Response
National systems and structures for GBV prevention and response.


3 RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women
"Violence Against Women" refers to any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual, or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion, or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life. It shall be understood to encompass, but not limited to, the following: (1) Physical, sexual, psychological, and economic violence occurring in the family, including battering, sexual abuse of female children in the household, dowry-related violence, marital rape, and other traditional practices harmful to women, non-spousal violence, and violence related to exploitation; (2) Physical, sexual, and psychological violence occurring within the general community, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and intimidation at work, in educational institutions and elsewhere, trafficking in women, and prostitution; and (3) Physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetrated or condoned by the State, wherever it occurs. It also includes acts of violence against women as defused in Republic Acts No and 9262.

4 RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women
"SECTION 13. WOMEN AFFECTED BY DISASTERS, CALAMITIES, AND OTHER CRISIS SITUATIONS Women have the right to protection and security in times of disasters, calamities and other crisis situations especially in all phases of relief, recovery, rehabilitation, and reconstruction efforts. The State shall provide for immediate humanitarian assistance, allocation of resources, and early resettlements, if necessary. It shall also address the particular needs of women from a gender perspective to ensure their full protection from sexual exploitation and other gender-based violence committed against them. Responses to disaster situations shall include the provision of services, such as psychosocial support, livelihood support, education, and comprehensive health services, including protection during pregnancy.

5 RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women
"SECTION 13. Continuation Timely, adequate and culturally-appropriate provision of relief goods and services such as food, water, sanitary packs, psychosocial support, livelihood, education and comprehensive health services including implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for sexual and reproductive health at the early stage of the crisis

6 RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women
"SECTION 13. Continuation Proactive adoption of measures by camp managers to prevent sexual violence in evacuation centers and relocation sites which include: Security and safety of women as key criteria for selection of evacuation sites Separate functional and well-lit latrines for men and women with locks Bathing facilities with privacy Regular security patrols preferably by female police officers Prohibition of alcohol, drugs and gambling, among others

7 RA 8353 – Anti-Rape Law of 1997 Rape is committed
By a man who shall have carnal knowledge of a woman under any of the following circumstances: Through force, threat, or intimidation; When the offended party is deprived of reason or otherwise unconscious; By means of fraudulent machination or grave abuse of authority; and When the offended party is under twelve (12) years of age or is demented, even though none of the circumstances mentioned above be present.

8 RA 8353 – Anti-Rape Law of 1997 Rape is committed
By any person who, under any of the circumstances mentioned in paragraph 1 hereof, shall commit an act of sexual assault by inserting his penis into another person’s mouth or anal orifice, or any instrument or object, into the genital or anal orifice of another person.

9 RA 9262 – Anti-Intimate Partner Violence
“Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004“ "Violence against women and their children" refers to any act or a series of acts committed by any person against a woman who is his wife, former wife, or against a woman with whom the person has or had a sexual or dating relationship, or with whom he has a common child, or against her child whether legitimate or illegitimate, within or without the family abode, which result in or is likely to result in physical, sexual, psychological harm or suffering, or economic abuse including threats of such acts, battery, assault, coercion, harassment or arbitrary deprivation of liberty.

10 RA 9208 - Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003
Trafficking in Persons - refers to the recruitment, transportation, transfer or harboring, or receipt of persons with or without the victim's consent or knowledge, within or across national borders by means of threat or use of force, or other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or of position, taking advantage of the vulnerability of the person, or, the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person for the purpose of exploitation which includes at a minimum, the exploitation or the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery, servitude or the removal or sale of organs. The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of a child for the purpose of exploitation shall also be considered as "trafficking in persons" even if it does not involve any of the means set forth in the preceding paragraph.

11 RA 10364 – Expanded Anti-Trafficking Law
Recruitment in the guise of domestic or overseas employment for sexual exploitation, forced labor or involuntary debt bondage; recruitment of any Filipino woman to marry a foreigner, engagement in sex tourism, recruitment for organ removal, and recruitment of a child to engage in armed activities abroad can now be considered human trafficking

12   Local Committees on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and Their Children (LCAT-VAWC)

13 Joint Memo Circular on Local Committees on Anti-Trafficking & Violence Against Women and Their Children (LCAT-VAWC) issued by DILG, DSWD and DOJ

14 JMC Circular No. 2010-1 18 October 2010
“For purposes of EXPEDIENCY, MAXIMIZING RESOURCES and PREVENTING DUPLICATION OF FUNCTIONS and REPRESENTATION at the LOCAL LEVEL, LCAT-VAWCs will be created instead of establishing two separate bodies at the provincial and city/municipal levels.”

Establish functional parallel structure & system at the local level ---- to monitor & oversee implementation of the provisions of RA 9208 and RA 9262 and OTHER WOMEN/VAW-related laws and policies Increase capacities of local partners to develop & implement culturally appropriate & gender responsive policies and programs Mobilize resources of the local community in the PREVENTION PROTECTION RECOVERY REINTEGRATION of victims/survivors Establish partnership with NGOs, POs

16 LCAT-VAWC Organizational Structure
National Inter-Agency Council on Anti-Trafficking Chair: DOJ Co-Chair: DSWD National Inter-Agency Council on Anti-VAWC Chair: DSWD Co-Chair: DILG Regional Committee on Anti-Trafficking and VAWC (RCAT-VAWC) Chair: DSWD Co-Chairs: DOJ and DILG Provincial Committee on Anti-Trafficking and VAWC (PCAT-VAWC) Chair: Local Chief Executive City/Municipal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and VAWC (C/MCAT-VAWC) Chair: Local Chief Executive

Provincial LCAT-VAWC Governor PPDC PSWDO PHO DILG PNP Prosecutor, DOJ Chair, Committee on Women, Children & Family, SP DepEd Field Officer Director, CSC PESO NGOs (Women, Children, OFW) City/Municipal LCAT-VAWC Mayor C/MPDC C/MSWDO C/MHO City Director/Municipal LGOO City/Municipal Chief of Police City/Municipal Prosecutor NGOs (Women, Children, OFW) In emergencies, membership may be expanded to include UN Agencies, International NGOs

18 “Humanitarian Mandate”
The interagency committee will EXPAND its membership to include new members such as United Nations (UN) agencies, international NGOs, and other relevant organizations in cases where it is warranted especially during a disaster or emergency – either a conflict or natural disaster – that causes the serious disruption of the functioning of a society, creating widespread human, material or environmental losses which exceed the ability of the affected areas to cope using its own resources.

19 LCAT-VAWC FUNCTIONS Institute policies and programs to protect women and children who are victims-survivors of trafficking & violence Establish systems on surveillance, investigation and rescue to ensure effective & efficient coordination Undertake information, education and advocacy campaign against trafficking and VAWC Monitor and oversee the strict implementation of RA 9208, RA 9262 and other related laws for the protection of women and children Oversee implementation of the IACAT and IACVAWC national plans of action

20 Institutional Arrangements
National IACAT and IAC-VAWC overall coordinating, monitoring and advocacy body at the national level Regional CAT-VAWC (RCAT-VAWC) link between the national and LGUs, shall coordinate directly with the province for the proposed establishment of PCAT-VAWC Provincial CAT-VAWC (PCAT-VAWC) coordinate directly with the city/municipality for the establishment of C/MCAT-VAWC LCAT-VAWCs may call on the assistance of NGOs/POs to assist in formulation & implementation of localized programs

21 Institutional Arrangements
At any level, LCAT-VAWC shall establish linkage with other existing bodies/local councils on women & children & may invite other relevant agencies/orgs to participate in its meetings. Member agencies/institutions shall appoint a permanent alternate representative at the regional level not lower than an Assistant Director who shall attend meetings/activities when the permanent rep is unavailable.

PCAT-VAWC shall submit a comprehensive report on the programs undertaken on a semestral basis Every 22nd of January and July of the following year (or in synchrony with the reporting schedule to the President) C/MCAT-VAWC shall submit a comprehensive report on the programs undertaken on a semestral basis Every 15th of January and July of the following year

23 All DILG Regional Director and Field Officers are hereby directed to cause the widest dissemination of this Circular to all LCEs in their respective jurisdiction and provide technical assistance, where appropriate and necessary. They shall likewise MONITOR LGU COMPLIANCE and SUBMIT REPORT to the Secretary, DILG through the National Barangay Operations Office (NBOO), not later than 3 months after the JMC approval.

24 Guidelines in the Establishment and Management of a Referral System on VAW at the LGU level (Philippine Commission on Women & IAC-VAWC)

25 Multi- sectoral response to Gender-based Violence
SURVIVOR/ COMMUNITY HEALTH PSYCHO- SOCIAL* LEGAL/ JUSTICE SAFETY/ SECURITY PROTECTION Multi- sectoral response to Gender-based Violence *Includes social reintegration and livelihood initiatives

26 Why establish A Referral System?
Obtain the highest quality care and treatment, assistance and protection to victims-survivors of violence; Facilitate the provision of services to meet the various needs of victims-survivors and ensure their recovery and reintegration; Establish a feedback mechanism between and among concerned agencies to ensure that requested services are provided; Make possible the exchange of knowledge, skills, practices, and experiences geared towards enhanced capacity of service providers; Achieve a more rational use of financial and human resources for more efficient and effective delivery of services

27 Essential elements of a referral system
A group of agencies providing comprehensive multi-sectoral services A coordinating agency/organization A directory of services and agencies with service provision Standard referral forms A feedback loop to track referrals Documentation of referral

28 Entry of a GBV victim-survivor to the Referral System
NGA Central/Regional Field Offices and their branch offices including IACAT and IAC-VAWC agencies LGU Executives and Offices Prosecutor’s Office or Legal Representative/association Victim-Survivor of Gender-based Violence Barangay Council Provincial/City/Municipal Social Welfare Development Office Provincial/City/Municipal Medical Facility Law enforcement (PNP/NBI) NGO/FBO Guidelines in the Establishment and Management of a Referral System on VAW at the LGU level (PCW & IAC-VAWC)

29 The general referral flow
Guidelines in the Establishment and Management of a Referral System on VAW at the LGU level (PCW & IAC-VAWC)

30 Referral network in the case management of GBV victims-survivors
Guidelines in the Establishment and Management of a Referral System on VAW at the LGU level (PCW & IAC-VAWC)

31 Pagpangita Ug dinaliang tabang
GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE REFERRAL PATHWAY FOR HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES PROVINCE OF DAVAO ORIENTAL – TYPHOON PABLO/BOPHA Pagpangita Ug dinaliang tabang Mamahimong magpakitabang ang bikitima sa mga tao o ahensyang gahatag og hinabang sa komunidad sama sa: Social Worker FP: ________ CP: ________ Polis FP: ________ CP: ________ Medikal/Panglawas FP: ___________ CP: ___________ Brgy. Captain/BCPC/ VAW Desk Officer FP: ____________ CP: ____________ Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) FP: ______________ CP: ______________ Magtutudlo FP: _________ CP: _________ Tribal/Religious/ Indigenous Leaders FP: ___________ CP: ___________ SERBISYO ALANG SA BIKTIMA GIKAN SA NAGKA LAIN-LAING SEKTOR  Kining paagiha sa tubag mao ang mupaniguro nga ang biktima makadawat sa angay, ug dekaledad nga serbisyo gikan sa nagkalain-laing sektor sama sa serbisyo sa panglawas, pangisip, suporta sa komunidad, seguriadad ug serbisyong legal. MEDICAL/PANGLAWAS Provincial Hospital – WCPU: Dr. Hermigilda B. Nartatez CP: Health Center: RHU – Boston Dr. Al Raymond Tupas CP: Health Center: RHU – Cateel Dr. Modesto I. Veroy, Jr. CP: Health Center: RHU – Baganga FP: _______________________ CP: _______________________ Health Center: RHU – Caraga FP: _______________________ PANGISIP / KALISANG / ESPIRITUHANONG KAAYUHAN Tigpahigayon sa komunidad sa Probinsya: Meravic Laquinon CP: (087) Tigpahigayon sa komunidad sa Munisipyo - Boston: Maria Consolacion Cabrera CP: Tigpahigayon sa komunidad sa Munisipyo - Baganga: Daryl F. Bohol CP: Tigpahigayon sa komunidad sa Munisipyo – Caraga: FP: _________________________ CP: _________________________ SEGURIDAD Provincial Philippine National Police HQ – Davao Oriental: PO3 Angelica Gayta Hotline: / PNP (Boston) PO2 Arlene Belano Hotline: / PNP (Cateel) PO2 Melba Labasano Hotline: PNP (Baganga) SPO1 Heidi Acido CP: Philippine National Police (Caraga): SPO1 Debora Matilac CP: LEGAL / HUSTISYA Commission on Human Rights Atty. Junitte Rose Barroquillo CP#: (082) / (082) / (082) Public Attorney’s Office (PAO): FP: Atty. Godelina Etcubanas CP: Department of Justice: FP: ________________________ CP: ________________________ Shari’a Court: FP: ________________________ Legal/Paralegal NGO: FP: ________________________ Human mahatag ang dinaliang tubag, ihatag ang: Temporaryong puy-anan Tabang pang-edukasyon Panginabuhian ug pagbansay sa abilidad Proteksyon sa pagtistigo Kini nga mga lakang nga agihan buhaton lamang diha sa sitwasyon nga dunay katalagman o kapit-os sama sa panahon sa bagyo, baha, linog, giyera, ug uban pa. Ang tumong ug katuyuan sa magdumala, mao ang paghatag ug luwas, maampingon nga palibot ug ang pag respeto sa paghipos sa mga impormasyon bahin sa hintungdan (survivor), pagpakisayud sa ilang mga panginahanglan, paghatag sa tinuod ug klarong impormasyon mahitungod sa mga serbisyo nga ilang madawat. Kung kini gikauyonan na sa maong hingtundan, himoon na dayon ug “referrals” ug pwede usab ubanan ang maong hintungdan aron makaangkon sa maong serbisyo nga angay kaniya. Kung ang hintungdan usa ka menor de edad gikinahanglan nga adunay kauban nga hamtong (ginikanan, paryente o nagbantay nga edaran nga maoy gisaligan sa mao nga bata). Kanunay gamiton ang “Best Interest Principle”” sa pag-atiman sa mga kabataan

32 ANG BIKTIMA o kahit sino ay maaaring magsumbong sa:
MGA DAPAT GAWIN KUNG MAY PANG-AABUSO SA MGA BABAE O BATA SA PANAHON NG KALAMIDAD (GRAND STAND EVACUATION CENTER, ZAMBOANGA CITY) ANG BIKTIMA o kahit sino ay maaaring magsumbong sa: Social Worker – Pantawid __________________ CP#: ______________ Zone A Camp Manager __________________ CP#: ______________ Zone B Camp Manager _________________ CP#:_____________ Zone C Camp manager __________________ CP#: _____________ Zone D Camp Manager __________________ CP#: _____________ MGA SERBISYO NG IBAT-IBANG SEKTOR NA NAKASENTRO SA PANGANGAILANGAN NG BIKTIMA: Ang layunin ay ang pagsiguro na ang biktima ay makakatanggap ng nararapat na serbisyo galing sa ibat-ibang sektor. Ang mga sektor na ito ay Medikal, Saykolohikal, Seguridad at Legal . PANGANGAILANGAN MEDIKAL (Health) Zamboanga City Medical Center Women and Children Protection Unit Dr. Leila Nella L. Estrella Cel # Rural Health Unit Dr. _____________ Cel # ____________ PAGKAKATAKOT / PERSPEKTIBO SA BUHAY (Psychosocial Support) DSWD Grandstand Evacuation Operation Center Ms. Ma. Socorro A. Rojas CP# Ms. Faith Casipe CP#: SEGURIDAD (Security) PNP Women and Children Protection Desk Police Inspector Izel Dua Maraviles Hotline: (062) Philippine National Police (City) PO3 Norwena Cuizon Balaton Cel# SERBISYONG LEGAL / HUSTISYA (Legal and Justice) Hall of Justice ________________________ Public Attorney’s Office (PAO): _________________________ _________________________ Matapos maibigay ang pangangailangan, maibibigay din ang: Temporaryong tirahan Tulong sa edukasyon Hanapbuhay at pagsasanay sa kakayahan Proteksyon sa pagtitistigo Ang mga hakbang na ito ay dapat gawin sa panahon ng kalamidad gaya ng gyera, baha, bagyo, at iba pa. Ang pakay ay ang pagbibigay ng ligtas, maingat at nararapat na impormasyon at seguridad para sa biktima upang hindi sila mapahiya sa kanilang komunidad; pag-aalam ng kanilang mga pangangailangan at pagbibigay ng malinaw na impormasyon tungkol sa serbisyong matatanggap. Kung papayagan ng biktima ay gagawin kaagad ang pagsusumbong tungkol sa nangyaring pang-aabuso at kung maaari ay dapat samahan sila sa tagapagbigay ng nararapat na serbisyo. Kung menor de edad ang biktima o di kaya ay bata, dapat may kasama siya na nasa tamang edad na gaya ng magulang o kamag-anak. Titingnan palagi ang kabutihan ng menor de edad o bata.

33 Department of social welfare & development (dswd)

34 DSWD Central Office Corazon “Dinky” Juliano-Soliman Secretary
Parisya H. Taradji Undersecretary, Operations and Programs Group Patricia B. Luna Director IV, Social Technology Bureau Dulfie T. Shalim Director IV, Protective Services Bureau Restituto B. Macuto Director III, Head DSWD Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Operations Office

35 Office of the Regional Director
Office of the Asst. Regional Director – Operations Office of the Asst. Regional Director - Administration Policy & Plans Division Operations & Programs Division Social Technology Unit Protective Services Unit Crisis Intervention Unit Centers & Institutions SWAD Teams Poverty Reduction Programs Unit

36 DSWD Field Offices DSWD FIELD OFFICE VI (Iloilo)
Region VI (Western Visayas) Aklan Antique Capiz Guimaras Iloilo Negros Occidental Bacolod Iloilo City DSWD FIELD OFFICE VI (Iloilo) MA. EVELYN B. MACAPOBRE, CESO III Regional Director and Concurrent and Chief-Operations and Programs Division   DELIA V. BAGOLCOL Social Welfare Officer IV Focal Person on GAD/Core Group of Specialist for Women and Center Monitor/Coordinator

37 DSWD Field Offices DSWD FIELD OFFICE VII (Cebu City)
MERCEDITA JABAGAT Regional Director NEMIA ANTIPALA Asst. Regional Director for Operations Region VII (Central Visayas) Bohol Cebu Negros Oriental

38 DSWD Field Offices DSWD FIELD OFFICE CARAGA (Butuan City)
Region XIII – CARAGA Agusan del Norte Agusan del Sur Surigao del Norte Surigao del Sur Butuan City DSWD FIELD OFFICE CARAGA (Butuan City) Minda B. Brigoli, CESO III Regional Director to 20 Angelita B. Amista SWO V / Chief, Institutional Dev’t Division/Head, Protective Services Unit to 20

39 Health sector response to gbv
Women & Children Protection Unit in Department of Health (DOH) retained hospitals and Local Government Unit (LGU) supported hospitals

40 Department of Health (DOH) Administrative Order 2013-0011
Revised Policy on the Establishment of Women and Children Protection Units (WCPUs) in All Hospitals

41 Objective Institutionalize and standardize the quality of health service delivery in all Women and Children Protection Units in support of the strategic thrust to achieve Universal Health Care as described in the Kalusugan Pangkalahatan Execution Plan.

42 Scope and Application The AO shall apply to the entire health sector including DOH health care facilities LGU-supported health facilities Private health care facilities Other DOH attached agencies Development partners and other relevant stakeholders

43 Key Definitions of Terms
WCPU A unit composed of a multidisciplinary team of trained physicians, social workers, mental health professionals and police providing comprehensive medical and psychosocial services to women and children victims of violence 4Rs Refers to the processes of RECOGNITION, RECORDING, REPORTING & REFERRAL of violence against women and children abuse cases

44 Every province/ chartered city shall establish at least one WCPU

45 Minimum Requirements for All Hospitals
ALL HOSPITAL PERSONNEL shall undergo training on 4Rs (recognition, reporting, recording, referral) of cases of violence against women & children Hospitals without a WCPU must have a WCPU COORDINATOR to coordinate the management and referral of all VAWC cases


47 LEVEL 1 PERSONNEL A trained physician
A trained & registered social worker Training Capability Training on 4Rs Research SERVICES Medico-legal examination Acute medical treatment Minor surgical treatment Monitoring & follow-up Full coverage, 24/7 Minimum social work intervention (safety & risk assessment, coordination with other disciplines Peer review of cases Expert testimony in court, documentation, record-keeping

48 LEVEL 2 SERVICES In addition to Level 1 services Rape kits
PERSONNEL A trained physician A trained & registered social worker (full-time) A trained police officer OR a trained mental health professional Training Capability Training on 4Rs Residency Training Research SERVICES In addition to Level 1 services Rape kits Surgical intervention Case management and case conferences Documentation and record keeping using the Child Protection Mgt Info System (CPMIS) Availability of specialty consultations (ENT, ophthalmology, surgery, OB-Gyne, pathology)

49 LEVEL 3 SERVICES In addition to Level 2 services
PERSONNEL At least 2 trained physicians A least 2 trained & registered social workers A registered nurse A trained police officer A trained mental health professional Training Capability Training on 4Rs Competence & facility to run residency training & specialty trainings Research SERVICES In addition to Level 2 services Long-term case management Mental health care Police investigation Nursing services Death review Other support services (livelihood, education) Availability of sub-specialty consultations (child development, forensic psychiatry, forensic pathology)


51 MASBATE (Region V) Masbate Provincial Hospital Dr. Cynthia Llacer
Ma. Calota A. Dela Peña PO2 Arlene Capsa Hospital Road, Provincial Health Office, Masbate City (056)

52 ILOILO (Region VI) Western Visayas Medical Center
Dr. Maria Teresa Guzman-Dy Ma. Elena B. Wendam, RSW Q. Abeto St., Mandurriao, Iloilo City (033)

53 CEBU Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center Dr. Marianne Naomi N. Poca
Dr. Maria Consuelo Malaga B. Rodriguez St., Cebu City, Cebu (032) LGU – Pilar Dr. Eufemia P. Maratas Dolita N. Dales, RSW PO1 Caren P. Arcelo Municipal Health Office, Pilar, Cebu (032)

54 CEBU (Region VII) LGU – San Francisco Dr. Emmanuel L. Almadin
Mariter P. Galindo, RSW PO2 Caren Arcelo San Francisco, Camotes Island, Cebu (032) / (032)

55 BOHOL (Region VII) Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital
Dr. Maria Azucena Redillas Nilo L. Madjus, RSW M. Parras St., Tagbilaran, Bohol (038) / (038)

56 The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) is a government agency under the Office of the President. The Board of Commissioners, headed by the Chairperson, sets the policies, programs/thrusts and rules towards the achievement of the vision and mission of the Commission, while the Executive Director oversees planning and implementation of PCW operations. She is assisted by two (2) Deputy Executive Directors and five (5) Division Chiefs.

57 PCW – Organizational Structure

58 For Queries: PLEASE CONTACT
Pamela Godoy Averion GBV Programme Officer United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office Philippines +63(0) Devanna de la Puente GBV Coordinator Rapid Response Team +63(0)

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