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“ENABLING MECHANISM TO COMPETE in the OPEN MARKET”

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  1. NEW TRENDS IN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GEARING TOWARDS INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT “ENABLING MECHANISM TO COMPETE in the OPEN MARKET” STUDIO CITY, MACAU, CHINA JULY 20-22 JOCELYN CEVALLOS GARCIA

  2. WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT? HOW INCLUSIVE IS INCLUSIVE? HOW CAN WE MEASURE INCLUSIVITY? WHAT TOOL DO WE USE TO MEASURE? WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY MEANINGFUL AND ACTIVE PARTICIPATION? NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US! NO ONE SHOULD BE LEFT BEHIND!

  3. Model of the Social Enterprise – Adhering to the Principle of Three Bottom Lines Economic Viability “UNDERSTANDING THE LANGUAGE OF THE BUSINESS SECTOR....” “PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AS BUSINESS PARTNERS AND CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS OF SOCIETY” Social Equity Ecological Soundness SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  4. THE PHILIPPINES IS ONE OF THE SIGNATORIES OF UNCRPD RATIFIED IN MAY 2008 “Where the state promises to amend or promulgate laws for the improvement of the lives of persons with disability”.

  5. LAWS & LOCAL INITIATIVES Magna Carta for Persons with Disabilities RA 7277 Accessibility Law BP 344 RA 9442 – 20% Discount EO 417 Economic Independence – 10% allocation of the bidding requirements on the goods and services of lgu’s Inclusion in General Appropriation Act (GAA) Units (BP 344 Accessibility Law) Seal of Good Governance in the Local Government UNTS BOTTOM-UP-BUDGETTING Draft Bills on Social Enterprise RA 10524 – An act expanding the positions reserved for Persons with disability

  6. FACTS AND REALITY “Employment and livelihood opportunities in the mainstream are difficult because of different issues, such as, qualificationswhen it comes to education and skills, accessibilityin transportation, accessible work environment, socio-economic inequity, political instability and disaster related problems”.

  7. PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CIVIL SOCIETIES (BUSINESS SECTORS, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS) GOVERNMENT

  8. EFFECTIVE AND HOLISTIC WORK INTEGRATION SCHEME “PREPARATION OF WORK ENVIRONMENT STARTS WITH THE PEOPLE” • SOCIAL PREPARATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, • CO-WORKERS ORIENTATION,SENSITIZATION, IMMERSION “WORKING ON THE ACCESSIBILITY OF PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT BECOMES EASY WHEN EVERYONE UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE” “ VOICES OF WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES AS INITIATOR OF CHANGE.”

  9. CATALYST FOR CHANGE SHOULD NOT BE LEFT BEHIND • “Government programs gearing towards inclusive development for persons with disabilities should be more comprehensive and effective”. • “NGOs, Cooperatives, CSOs, DPOs as major initiators for change should not be left behind. They should be accorded with support and a structured mechanism for partnership.” • Persons with Disabilities claim their Rights

  10. Career Path Promotion of People with Disabilities Mainstream/Inclusive Employment Supported Employment Sheltered Employment ; Vocational Training Social Service and Medical, physical Rehabilitation

  11. TWH Packaging Servicesin partnership with Pharmaceutical Companies

  12. TWH WHEELCHAIR MANUFACTURING

  13. TWH WOODWORKS

  14. UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL COSTS AND DISABILITY RELATED COST • Social Costs has so many faces and most of the time not evident to the public. This is all through-out shouldered by the organization. Most of these organizations are non – stock non profit, wherein all gains/income, if existent, goes back to their programs and services. • Disability Related Costs – Costs that are present to persons with disabilities to be able to perform/function accordingly

  15. We should speak the language of businessmen with regards to economic impact or positive bottom line. • We need to package our products and services in order to be more appealing / attractive. • Corporate Social Responsibility, is not sustainable and has multi-faceted thrusts, we should speak the language of businessmen with regards to economic impact or positive bottom line. • We should be competitive in the open market and create our niche

  16. Importance of Public, Private Partnership

  17. Inclusive Development through Community Based Rehabilitation– Asia Pacific CBR Congress

  18. Gintong Pangarap Cooperative Dep-Ed School Chairs Procurement

  19. TWH EDUCATIONAL TOYS DEPed Procurement

  20. ENTREPRENEURIAL UNDERTAKINGS • Conflicting Laws - government should move towards effective and efficient poverty alleviation program by enhancing the participatory power of the organizations, ngo’s, cso’s, dpo’s who’s doing their functions “Participation of the marginalized is not complete without the support mechanism that has to be designed in a consultative approach”.

  21. How Can The Business Sector Take part? 1. Adopt an open attitude in employing persons with disabilities 2.Provide on-the-job training opportunities for persons with disabilities 3.Provide barrier-free access in workplaces 4.Prepare for minor adjustments to the job duties as needed 5.Procure goods and services provided by persons with disabilities 6.Investing in or operating social enterprises of persons with disabilities 7. Offering professional advice and expertise to NGOs and self-help groups of persons with disabilities

  22. MEDIA PROMOTIONS & LOBBYING IN CONGRESS

  23. National Anti Poverty CommissionParticipation on Economic Development

  24. THANK YOU