Information and Communication Technology experts of the Department of Social Welfare and Development-10 have developed and installed a monitoring system to track payout development for Marawi siege survivors in Marawi City.
Members of the Regional Information and Communication Technology Management Section of DSWD-10 ran its pilot test of the monitoring system during the payout for the Livelihood Settlement Grant and Transitory Family Support Package and it was successful.
The monitoring system shows a real-time update of the payout, both served and unserved beneficiaries of a certain barangay in this city.
Unserved beneficiaries are those verified recipients who failed to claim the LSG and TSFP grants during the scheduled payout while served beneficiaries are those who successfully claimed the assistance.
The program is fed by a database from the Kathanor (biometric profiling) which is the baseline data for the payout.
DSWD-10 Regional Director, Mari-Flor Dollaga-Libang, lauded the development of the information system of the RICTMS because it gives the user a real-time update of the payout.
Director Dollaga-Libang said the development has made the monitoring easy among rehabilitation partners of the city.
The system is hosted by a local server and can be accessed through a web browser using a computer or a smart phone. (dswd x)