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DSWD introduces online SWDA licensing and registration.
Following the relaunch of the improved DSWD Regulatory eServices, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) announced on Tuesday that the online platform for registering and licensing Social Welfare and Development Agencies (SWDAs) and accreditation of social welfare development programs and services is now open.
SWDAs can submit applications with the necessary documentation and receive real-time updates on their applications thanks to the improved DSWD Regulatory eServices.
Additionally, data validations are implemented to minimize the possibility of human error and guarantee that only accurate data is being recorded.
Registration for SWDAs and other service providers is available at https://regulatory.dswd.gov.ph/.
DSWD Secretary Erwin T. Tulfo personally went through the online registration process for an SWDA account to see how the platform functions.
Tulfo praised the DSWD Standards Bureau and the Information and Communications Technology Management Service in his message for leading the charge in improving the online platform as part of the department’s efforts to institutionalize digitalization in the provision of social protection programs.
The improved DSWD Regulatory eServices will serve as our central database and aid in streamlining the processes of report generation, status monitoring, profiling, and application filing for Social Welfare and Development Agencies. This is one of our measures to accomplish digital transformation in providing fundamental services. The official continued in light of the national health emergency where physical separation is strongly advised.
Additionally, he praised and acknowledged the SWDAs’ crucial contributions to providing social welfare services to Filipinos.
By providing the impoverished, disadvantaged, and vulnerable sectors of our nation with the critical social services they require, you are our partners in bringing the government closer to the people. Malaki ang naitutulong at naiaambag ninyo sa mga malalayong lugar, sa mga geographically isolated and underserved places, para maparating po ang serbisyo ng DSWD sa mga kababayan po natin. We need you (you have made significant contributions to help DSWD services reach our compatriots in the outlying, underserved areas; we need you),” Tulfo remarked.
By improving the DSWD Regulatory eServices, the Department hopes to both give SWDAs and Non-Governmental Organizations (NOGs) access to the regulatory services of the Agency through the use of digital platforms and ensure the accuracy of the data and information on the Registration, Licensing, and Accreditation (RLA) of SWDAs.
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