Listahanan enumerators are interviewing the respondents using the Household Assessment Form. Information collected are then encoded and submitted to the Central Office for generation of data.

CABADBARAN, AGUSAN DEL NORTE- To ensure that all communities will have an equal opportunity with the ongoing 3rd round household assessment, with no households left unassessed, the Listahanan enumerators of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office Caraga reached out to the Mamanwa tribal communities in Sitio Lusong, Barangay Puting Bato in Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte.

It took four hours for the Listahanan field workers to reach the far-flung community known as ‘Gintong Araw.’ They rode on a habal-habal and walked miles from the drop-off point, since motorcycles could no longer continue traversing the very difficult path, until they reached the mountainous parts of Sitio Lusong. A total of 664 households were assessed by the enumerators, of which, 411 families are Non-Pantawid, and 411 are Pantawid beneficiaries (note that there are households composed of more than 1 family).

Based on the 2015 Listahanan result of 2nd round household assessment, a total of 1,602 poor Indigenous Peoples (IPs) households were recorded in Agusan del Norte.

Mamanwa families were all smiles after the assessment.