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Pantawid Pamilya: Susi sa Pagbabago

Civil Society Organization Partner Pastor Edwin Villanueva is part of the validating team that visited the home of Orendain family as a part of the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya. Pastor Villanueva interviews Jose Mario about his perspective about Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Civil Society Organization Partner Pastor Edwin Villanueva is part of the validating team that visited the home of Orendain family as a part of the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya. Pastor Villanueva interviews Jose Mario about his perspective about Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Bata pa lamang ay nangarap na si Hermosa ng isang magandang buhay para sa kanyang magiging pamilya. Nguint sa hirap ng buhay hindi na niya natapos ang high school, at sa murang edad na 16 ay nakilala niya si Jose Mario, 19, isang mangingisda. Nagdesisyon sila na magpakasal noong 1984 at hindi naging ganun kadali ang buhay mag-asawa para kay Hermosa, napadalas ang pag-inom ni Jose Mario na naging dahilan ng pangbubugbog niya sa kanya.

Nagkaroon sila ng dalawang anak ngunit patuloy pa rin sa pag-inom at pagbibisyo si Jose Mario kaya’t nagkukulang ang dapat sana’y pera na pangtustos sa kanilang mag-anak. Isinalaysay pa ni Hermosa na kapag tag-ulan ay hindi makapagpalaot upang mangisda ang kanyang asawa kaya wala silang mapagpilian kundi gawing lugaw ang kanilang natitirang bigas.

Nung nagsimulang pumasok sa eskwela ang kanilang dalawang anak nahirapan sila sa pagtustos sa kanilang pag-aaral dahil sa mga bisyo ni Jose Mario. “May mga panahon pa na pumapasok sa eskwelahan ang mga bata ng walang baon at kapag recess na nila napipilitan na lang silang manatili sa kanilang mga classroom para di nila makita ang mga kaklase nila na kumakain ng kanilang mga baon.” Mangiyak-ngiyak na pagsasabi ni Hermosa.

Nang makita ng mag-asawa ang grado ng kanilang pangalawang anak ay nagsimulang mag-isip si Jose Mario na itigil na ang kanyang mga bisyo, aniya “Ang talino pala ng anak ko, ano itong ginagawa ko?” Pagkalipas ng sampung taon ng paghihirap ay nasimulan na ang pagbabago sa buhay ng pamilya Orendain.

Panibagong pagsubok ang hinarap nina Hermosa nang mag kolehiyo na ang kanilang mga anak. Nagpatuloy sa pag-aaral ng Nursing ang kanilang pangalawang anak sa tulong ng scholarship na kaniyang natanggap dahil siya ay nakapagtapos bilang isang valedictorian noong high school. Ngunit hindi pa rin naging ganoon kadali ang pag-papaaral sa kanilang anak dahil may mga gastusin pa rin silang kailangan bayaran at isama pa ang baon para sa kanyang pang-araw araw na gastusin sa dapat tugunan. Hindi sumuko ang mag-asawa at naging mas masipag pa si Jose Mario sa pangingisda.

Ang panganay naman nila ay hindi naging kasing palad ng kanilang pangalawang anak, dahil sa kagustuhan na mag seaman at mag-aral sa Philippine Merchant Marine Academy ay hindi sumuko ang kanilang anak na maipasa ang pagsususlit para siya ay makapasok sa kanyang nais na eskwelahan. Tatlong beses bumagsak sa pagsususlit ang kanilang anak at hindi siya sumuko bagkus sa mga panahong naghihintay siya sa panibagong taon upang makakuha uli ng pagsusulit sa PMMA ay naghahanap ito ng mapagkakakitaan upang makatulong sa kanilang pamilya at matutustusan ang kaniyang mga personal na pangangailangan.

Maging si Hermosa ay pinanghinaan na ng loob at sinabihan ang anak na huwag ng ipagpatuloy ang kaniyang pangarap ngunit sabi ng kaniyang anak, “Ito po talaga ang gusto ko ‘nay, hindi po ako susuko.” Sa pang-apat na pagkakataon ng pagsusulit ay nakapasa na ito at nakapasok sa PMMA. Gayunpaman, isang malaking pagsubok muli ito sa pinansyal na kalagayan ng mag-asawa dahil wala silang sapat na pagkukunan ng pera upang maibigay sa bayarin sa eskwelahan ng kanilang anak, sinubukan ni Hermosa na manghiram ng pera sa kanilang mga kamag-anak ngunit imbes na siya ay pahiramin ay may narinig pa siyang pangungutya mula sa mga ito at nasabi niya sa sarili niya na “Ngayon pa ba kami titigil kung kailan college na sila. Balang araw titigil din sila sa pagsasalita ng mga bagay na laban sa amin.”

Samantala, napabilang ang pamilya Orendain sa Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program at ang kanilang dalawang nakababatang anak ay naka-enroll sa programa. Nakita ni Hermosa ang malaking pagbabago sa kanilang buhay simula ng sila ay mapasama sa programa. Ikinumpara niya ang buhay nila noon sa buhay nila ngayon. Mas naging maayos ang pagsasama ng mag-asawa at naging isang mas mabuting ina sa kanyang mga anak dahil sa Family Development Session.

Nasagot ang kanilang mga panalangin. Nasuklian ang pagtitiyaga at nagbunga ang bawat paghihirap ng mag-asawa ng matapos na sa kolehiyo ang kanilang mga anak. Ang kanilang panganay na anak na si Nazir ay naging isang ganap na seman at nakapagtrabaho na at siyang tumutulong sa kanilang pamumuhay ngayon habang ang kanilang pangalawang anak na si Majendy ay nagtapos bilang isang Cum Laude at naging isang Registered Nurse.

Sa ngayon, patuloy sa pangingisda si Jose Mario habang si Hermosa naman ang naglalako ng kaniyang mga nahuli sa kanilang mga kapitbahay habang ang kaniyang pangatlong anak ay nasa kolehiyo na.

“Naniniwala ako na hindi hadlang ang kahirapan sa pagkamit ng tagumpay, pwedeng mangarap ang mga bata ng mas matayog at mas mataas dahil ramdam ko ang suporta ng gobyerno sa mga batang determinado upang makapagtapos ng pag-aaral. Ang hangad ng programa na maitawid ang Pamilyang Pilipino sa kaunlaran ay totoo dahil ito ang naranasan ng aming pamilya at pwede ring maranasan ng mga iba pang pamilya na naghahangad na makamit ang pagbabago at tagumpay sa kabila ng kahirapan.” Isang malaking ngiti ang naiwan sa mukha ni Hermosa pagkatapos ng mga katagang ito. # (Alexine Bianca RdS. Castaneda)

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DSWD conducts consultation dialogue on Listahanan database

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(City of San Fernando, Pampanga) The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office III (DSWD FO III) through the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) or Listahanan conducted a consultation dialogue with partner Local Government Units (LGUs) on August 14 in this city.

The dialogue was aimed to encourage the LGUs to submit feedback reports and to promote the Gawad Listahanan.
The participants were the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officers (MSWDO), Municipal Planning and Development Officers and Technical Assistance and Resource Augmentation (TARA) team leaders.

As stated in the signed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), the data users must provide regular feedback on data utilization and resolution on complaints regarding beneficiary eligibility.

Meanwhile, Czar Cornelius David PDO IV of Listahanan explained the project cycle and the importance of the feedback report of the partner stakeholders. “We want to know how the database helps each LGU in identifying beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services,” said David.

Since data sharing of the project has been four (4) years now, the DSWD FO III will conduct Gawad Listahanan, an award to recognize the LGUs as data sharer. This is to recognize the data users that provided services to the identified poor. It will serve as an incentive to motivate the LGUs and other social protection stakeholders to continue using the database as basis for selecting beneficiaries of their social protection programs and services.

The Gawad Listahanan aims to recognize LGUs as the Department’s data sharing partners and advocates of objective targeting of social protection beneficiaries. It also confers award to LGUS for providing services and assistance to theListahanan-identified poor families.

Regional Deputy Project Manager Lalaine De Leon thanked the MSWDOs and MPDOs for the support that they extend to the project.

The participants also signed in the commitment board of Listahanan. This is one way of showing their support to the project. “Listahanan – tamang panukat, pantay at pamantayan ng programa’t serbisyong magbibigay kaunlaran sa kalagayan ng bawat maralita… DSWD mabuhay ka..,” wrote Josephine Labasbas, MSWDO of Baliuag, Bulacan.

The event was capped by the awarding of Listahanan database to the newly partner stakeholders who signed MOA with DSWD-Listahanan. To date, there are 65 municipalities, six (6) cities, four (4) provinces, and four (4) congressional districts who already signed MOA with DSWD on Listahanan.

Listahanan2Listahanan is an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. (Alexis Myer I. Delicano)

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DSWD, LGUs continue to assist Typhoon Glenda victims

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office III continues to assist the victims of typhoon Glenda which occurred on July 15, 2014.

The provision of assistance is in support of the local government units (LGUs) that were adversely affected by the typhoon, said DSWD Field Office III Director Adelina S. Apostol said.

Apostol said that as of 3:00 p.m. today, the DSWD has already provided P2,371,542.50 worth of food and non-food assistance to areas affected by Glenda particularly those hardest hit areas. “This is also part of the Department’s technical assistance and resource augmentation (TARA) function to the LGUs,” Apostol added.

Disaster monitoring reports also showed that a total of P8,236,829.44 worth of relief assistance has so far been provided to the victims particularly those inside the evacuation centers.

Of the assistance extended to typhoon Glenda victims, P2,660,336.30 came from the local government units of the affected municipalities while P3,129,950.64 came from the provincial government of Bataan (P3,000,000.00), Pampanga (P12,500.00), and Zambales (P117,450.64). Some non-government organizations (NGOs) also extended P75,000.00 worth of relief assistance to the victims in the Province of Bataan.

Apostol also said that the widespread flooding spawned by the continuous rain brought by Glenda has affected six (6) provinces in Central Luzon affecting 47,726 families or 221,401 persons in 405 barangays in 48 municipalities in the region. Two hundred seventeen evacuation centers were set-up and served 7,856 families or 31,202 persons.

The typhoon left 742 families with totally damaged houses and 4,453 families with partially damaged houses. There were 111 reported casualties with 10 dead and 101 injured.

Director Apostol has assured the local government units of the Department’s continuous support particularly in the rehabilitation of the affected families especially those who were rendered homeless by the typhoon. The Department will also provide financial assistance to the bereaved families of those who lost their lives during the onslaught of Glenda.

Meanwhile, the LGUs and the DSWD Provincial Action Teams (PAT) of the affected provinces/municipalities are now conducting validation and assessment of the affected families to come up with their respective rehabilitation plans for the victims of the typhoon. ### (Evelyn T. Manalo) July 22, 2014

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Typhoon ‘Glenda’ victims get assistance

Some P1,523,740 worth of relief goods has been provided to the victims of typhoon Glenda which occurred on July 15 affecting the provinces of Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Pampanga, and Tarlac.

In her report to Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, Director Adelina S. Apostol of the DSWD Field Office III said that the assistance came from the DSWD and the affected local government units (LGUs).

Of the said amount, P707,062.50 worth of relief assistance came from the DSWD; P804,177.50 from the affected municipalities; and P12,500,00 from the provincial government. The relief goods distributed were food (rice, noodles, canned goods, water, and coffee) and non-food (mats, blankets, water jugs, used clothing, and toiletries).

As of 5:00 P.M. today, the affected families were registered at 33,488 or 153,783 persons from the 46 municipalities in the six (6) provinces of Central Luzon. The most affected area was the Province of Bataan with 27,747 families or 129,914 persons followed by Bulacan with 2,504 families or 11,825 persons affected.

Zambales has 2,302 affected families or 7,662 persons; Pampanga with 775 families or 3,609 persons affected; Tarlac with 121 families or 624 persons; and Aurora with 39 families or 189 persons. Of the total affected, 7,732 families or 30,700 persons temporarily stayed in 211 evacuation centers.

Of the 211 evacuation centers opened, 58 evacuation centers are still in operation serving 3,203 families or 12,943 persons. Most of the victims who are still in the evacuation centers are from coastal areas and their houses were totally/partially damaged by the typhoon.

The rains that triggered flood in the affected areas left 542 families with totally damaged houses and 2,490 families with partially damaged houses. There were 15 reported casualties- seven (7) dead and eight (8) injured.

Meanwhile, Director Adelina S. Apostol has assured the affected local government units of the Department’s continuous support particularly in the rehabilitation of the affected families. ### (Evelyn T. Manalo-SMU)

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DSWD FO III reactivates Donors/Social Welfare Inquiry Desk

DSC_0836(City of San Fernando, Pampanga) To facilitate a smoother disaster operation in Central Luzon, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office III has recently reactivated its Donors/Social Welfare Inquiry Desk (D/SWID).

This is a part of the Field Office III’s continuing preparation for any disaster that might visit the country, said DSWD Field Office III Director Adelina S. Apostol.
The Donors/SWID, which will be manned by designated staff from the Standards Unit (telephone number- (045-861-2413) under the Quick Response Teams (QRT), is immediately activated during the occurrence of disaster, Apostol added.

The Donors/SWID will directly answer queries on information pertaining to disaster updates as well as provide information to non-government organizations and other groups who may be interested to give donations to the disaster victims particularly those in the evacuation centers, Apostol stressed.
Apostol also said that the D/SWID will provide prospective donors on areas that are least served including the list of goods/commodities that are not being provided by the government or non-government organizations involved in disaster operation.

To speed-up the repacking of goods, the Field Office will be utilizing volunteers from the Philippine Air Force, Philippine National Police, national government agencies and non-government organizations. ### (Evelyn T. Manalo-SMU) July 17, 2014

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DSWD prepositions relief goods to provinces in Central Luzon

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office III has prepositioned relief goods to the five (5) provinces of Central Luzon in support of the local government’s disaster relief operations.

DSWD Field Office III Director Adelina S. Apostol said that 6,200 family food packs were prepositioned to the Provincial Action Teams of Aurora (2,000 packs); Bataan (200); Bulacan (1,000); Tarlac (1,000); and Zambales (2,000). The DSWD also provided 17,100 cans ready to eat food (RTEF), 6,012 bottled water, 1,000 family kits, and 200 sleeping kits.

As of 8:00 A.M. today, typhoon Glenda has affected 398 families with 1,372 persons in six (6) municipalities from the five (5) provinces of the region.

Nine evacuation centers were set-up with 398 families or 1,372 persons from Aurora (3); Bataan (1); Bulacan (2); Pampanga (1); and Zambales (2).

As part of the disaster preparedness, Assistant Regional Director Irene C. Crespo has convened all the quick response teams (QRT) for update of weather conditions and possible effects of typhoon ‘Glenda’.

The Field Office, with the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC) in Region III, is in close coordination with the local DRRMC at the provincial and municipal levels of the affected towns. ### (Evelyn T. Manalo) July 16, 2014

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KC-NCDDP to benefit 3 towns in Nueva Ecija

Deputy National Program Manager Alexander Glova discusses the salient features of the Kalahi-CIDSS – National Community Driven Development Program during the orientation participated by the officials of the three targeted municipalities (Gen. Natividad, Quezon, Talugtug, Nueva Ecija).

Deputy National Program Manager Alexander Glova discusses the salient features of the Kalahi-CIDSS – National Community Driven Development Program during the orientation participated by the officials of the three targeted municipalities (Gen. Natividad, Quezon, Talugtug, Nueva Ecija).

Deputy National Program Manager Alexander Glova discusses the salient features of the Kalahi-CIDSS – National Community Driven Development Program during the orientation participated by the officials of the three targeted municipalities (Gen. Natividad, Quezon, Talugtug, Nueva Ecija). [/caption]

At least three municipalities in the Province of Nueva Ecija are now beneficiaries of the Kalahi-CIDSS-National Community Driven Development Program, Director Adelina S. Apostol of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office III (DSWD FO III) said during the project orientation held recently in Angeles City.

The block grants from KC-NCDDP amounting P37.9-million will fund various development projects in the municipalities of General Mamerto Natividad, Quezon and Talugtug, Apostol added.
In his presentation, Deputy National Program Manager Alexander Glova said that Cycle 1 of the project will benefit some 94,671 households in the 64 barangays in the three target municipalities.

KC-NCDDP, a poverty alleviation program of the National Government implemented by the DSWD, is supported by the Philippine Development Plan (2011-2016). The expansion into a national scale of the operations of community driven development (CDD) was approved on January 18, 2013. The strategy has been tried and proven effective in Kalahi-CIDDS (Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services), the parent project of KC-NCDDP.

KC-NCDDP aims to empower local communities, improve local governance, and reduce poverty by providing funds for community infrastructure, common service facilities and capability building. The Project is designed to enable the poor to participate in community development.

To be implemented by the DSWD and the local government units, KC-NCDDP will enable the communities of targeted municipalities become empowered to achieve improved access to services and to participate in more inclusive local planning, budgeting, and implementation.

What makes the project unique Apostol stressed is that it is corruption free because the grant goes straight from the DSWD Central Office to the community bank account. Every peso spent on the project is reported through a multi-level monitoring system. ### (Evelyn T. Manalo)

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Certificate of registration

Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office III awards Certificate of Registration to the Federation of Senior citizens Association of the Philippines, Angeles City Chapter during the Monday flag raising ceremony. The certificate is in recognition of its effort to contribute to the upliftment of the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged sector of our society.

This entitles the agency to be included in the registry of Social welfare and Development Agencies of the DSWD.

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