Participants in DSWD heart sign, proudly showing off their certificates of completion.

To ensure that the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office Caraga’s social workers are well-equipped to provide timely and effective support to children during emergencies, FO Caraga held a 3-day training on the Comprehensive Emergency Program for Children (CEPC) on November 8–10, 2023, at the Pavilion, Watergate Hotel, Butuan City.


The CEPC training underscores the roles and responsibilities of social workers in ensuring the overall safety and protection of children in vulnerable situations.

In Frame: Participants enjoying the activity.


The 3-day training features nine interactive sessions with resource persons from the DSWD Central Office: Lixter Lambinicio, Angel Marollano, and Christina Tatoy, both Social Worker Officer III of the agency.


The agency seeks to empower its social workers by providing the necessary tools and resources to safeguard children from harm, exploitation, and other risks during crises.

Lixter Lambinicio, Social Worker Officer III of DSWD Central Office, on one of his discussions.
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