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DSWD Otso pinarangalan ang 2018 Eastern Visayas Huwarang Pamilya ng 4ps

“Ang pamilya ay pinakamahalagang bahagi ng ating buhay. Ito ang nagdudulot sa atin ng kagalakan. Ito ang nagbibigay sa atin ng lakas at inspirasyon. Ito ang nagbibigay sa atin ng layunin sa buhay, nagtuturo sa ating mangarap at magsumikap,” pagbabahagi ni Regional Director Restituto Macuto.

Sa pagdiriwang ng Pamilyang Pilipino, pinangunahan ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VIII, sa pamamagitan ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), ang Regional Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya Awarding Ceremony at Family Day 2018 kahapon, September 24, 2018 , sa Robinsons North, Tacloban City.

Kaya naman ang DSWD, katuwang ang mga partner beneficiaries at iba’t ibang ahensiya ng gobyerno, mga civil society organizations, academes, local government units, at marami pang iba, ay nagtutulung-tulungan upang magbigay ng proteksyon sa mga pamilya at magtaguyod sa mga karapatan at kapakanan ng bawat miyembro, sa pamamagitan ng pagpapatupad ng mga programa gaya ng DSWD Protective services, Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS), at Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).

Sa nasabing aktibidad, tinalakay ni Protective Services Division Chief Ofelia Pagay ang mga programa at serbisyo para sa mga pamilya, lalo na sa mga pinakamahihirap, ang Sustainable Livelihood Program ni Training Officer Antonette Barlisan, at ang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ni Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Leslie Ruiz.

Ang kaganapan ay dinaluhan ng 4Ps Regional Program Coordinator Paula Unay at mga kawani, PIA Assistant Regional Director Alicia Nicart, iba pang media partners, Maasin City Mayor Nacional Mercado na nirepresenta ni City Social Welfare and Development Officer Fe Sta. Cruz, at kilalang banda saTacloban na Scarlet Alley.

Sa dakong huli ng nasabing pagtitipon, binigyang parangal at pagkilala ang mga Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya ng Eastern Visayas na magagandang ehemplo ng pagpapanatili ng matibay na relasyon sa pamilya, nagpapakita ng mga positibong kaugalian ng Pamilyang Pilipino, at may positibong epekto sa komunidad kung saan sila naninirahan.

Sila ang pamilya ni Rodolfo at Yolanda Salas mula Brgy. Cansirong, Maasin City (1st Place) na nakatanggap ng ₱10,000 cash prize; Frederick at Analee Guillart sa Brgy. Haguikhikan, Naval, Biliran (2nd Place) may ₱7,000; Ernesto at Zorrolyn Canales sa Brgy. Poblacion Zone III, Mayorga, Leyte (3rd Prize) may ₱5,000.

Nakatanggap ng ₱2,000 consolation prizes naman ang pamilya nina Willy at Ligaya Abestros mula Brgy. Nenita, Mondragon, Northern Samar, Eldefonso at Jenalyn Cabreza sa Brgy. Nabong, Pinabacdao, Western Samar, Virgilio at Regina Almo mula Brgy. Bobon, Mercedes, Eastern Samar.

Bukod sa cash prizes, silang lahat ay ginawaran ng plaques at certificates of recognition.

Ang mga pamilyang ito ay nangakong maglilingkod bilang ambassadors ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, bilang mga resource persons sa mga Family Development Sessions (FDS) at anumang aktibidad kung saan maaari nilang ibahagi ang kanilang kaalaman at karanasan, at tumulong sa mga pagsisikap ng programa na maiangat ang antas ng pamumuhay ng mga mahihirap na pamilya at mapalawak ang pagpapahalaga sa edukasyon, kalusugan, at matatag na Pamilya.

Ang 4Ps ay isang programa na nakatutok sa pamumuhunan sa mga tao, lalo na sa mga kabataan at tumitiyak na ang mga ito ay malusog at nag-aaral. Hinahangad ng programang ito na suportahan at tulungang magkaroon ng maayos na pamumuhay ang mga mahihirap na pamilya.

Binati ni DSWD Assistant Regional Director for Operations Marcela Lim ang lahat ng mga pamilya at ang mga kawani ng DSWD para sa matagumpay na selebrasyon para sa pamilyang Pilipino. #DSWDMayMalasakit #DSWDKalingaAtPagmamahal

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DSWD May Malasakit Press Conference

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VIII in partnership with the Philippine Information Agency recently conducted the “DSWD May Malasakit” Press Conferences  in all provinces of the Eastern Visayas Region. Topics covered were updates on the implementation of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) Program, Social Pension Program, and testimonials from beneficiaries.

DSWD staff, program beneficiaries, and partner stakeholders were able to share with the press people various updates, success stories, and good practices on the implementation and convergence efforts of the said programs and services, to eventually solicit support from all stakeholders and the public in general and keep them well-informed and empowered to become program advocates themselves. #DSWDMayMalasakit

Catarman, Northern Samar

Tacloban City

 

 

 

 

Borongan, Eastern Samar

Naval, Biliran

 

 

 

 

Sogod, Southern Leyte

Calbayog, Western Samar

 

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BSP awards DSWD thru 4Ps as Outstanding Regional Partner

DSWD Field Office VIII through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) was awarded as “Outstanding Regional Partner in Demonetization of the New Design Series” during today’s 2018 Awards Ceremony and Appreciation Lunch for the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Stakeholders at their Multi-purpose Hall, BSP Tacloban Branch.

4Ps received an award from BSP for three consecutive years already for its exemplary support in promoting and implementing the latter’s currency advocacies and programs such as financial literacy and the demonetization of the new design series through conduct of Family Development Sessions (FDS).

Present in the said event were DSWD Regional Director Restituto Macuto, 4Ps Regional Program Coordinator Paula Unay, Family Development Session specialist Alejandra Catalon, BSP Monetary Board Member Juan De Zuniga, Jr., and Assistant Governor Francisco Dakila, Jr.

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What changed a gambler’s heart?

“Malungkot ang buhay ko,” shared Arceña Pedere, 48 years old, a Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) grantee.

Arceña then disclosed that she was one of the program beneficiaries who engaged in gambling activities in their barangay.

In truth, sometimes we do not know what we are doing. At times we think we are doing enough and what is right. Sometimes, even our norms mislead us and our hardships blind us.

Nevertheless, miracles happen that even an empty plot could reap hope.

Hilongos, Leyte has 51 barangays, one of which is Barangay Tagnate, an upland barangay. The implementation of the program stated last 2011, the municipality is a set 4D municipality of the Pantawid Pamilya. The barangay started with more than sixty beneficiaries who have been mostly compliant with the conditions of the program.

Came four years in the implementation of the program, it had been noted that the existing and pressing problem of some of the members continued. What caught the attention of the implementers is that the gambling members of these barangay shamelessly display their gambling activities along the road.

The barangay officials had submitted their complaint to the office and the concerned individuals were reminded of the program policies and encouraged to change their lazy ways.

Later on, the same names were reported to the office for gambling and not only that, they had been encouraging other members of the barangay to join their gambling sessions.

Because of this feedback, the Municipal Action Team (MAT) members during their meeting, decided to initiate a case conference to resolve the problem. During the first counselling with these beneficiaries, it had been noted that most members of the community had too much spare time being housewives. So a case conference was scheduled and attended by the Municipal Inter-agency Committee (MIAC) members including members of the local government unit headed by Mayor Albert Villahermosa and some barangay officials, focal persons from the Department of Agriculture (DA), Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO), Department of Education (DEPED), DSWD staff from the 4Ps and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), together with the beneficiaries of Barangay Tagnate.

The attention of the specific beneficiaries who engaged in gambling was called for and a written warning was given to them. After the individual counselling, the case conference was held. During the consultation-dialogue, it had been decided that the group would establish a communal garden. The local government gave them a location in the barangay where they could start their group activity.

The Department of Agriculture gave the commitment to help educate the members on the proper ways of farming and the Department of Education focal presented to help in monitoring the progress of the said garden.

So immediately after the meeting, the group made schedules to plow the plots and get the site ready. After the preparations, the Department of Agriculture constantly visited the group and had taught them the proper gardening techniques especially bio-intensive gardening. They had been learning and some sessions were held during Family Development Sessions (FDS). The group was slowly being organized and active in the activities.

4Ps Municipal Link Rani Acenas said that they aim to manage and inspire beneficiaries, instil discipline and let them see the value of time and money, and enhance convergence strategies among all stakeholders and partners beneficiaries.

Municipal Links conduct continuous spot check on the progress of the communal garden.

In coordination with the Local Government Unit, Department of Agriculture, DSWD Sustainable Livelihood Program, Municipal Social Welfare, Department of Agriculture and the Barangay Officials the communal gardening of barangay Tagnate is finally taking shape.

Currently, the beneficiaries had already been briefed and taught by the DA on the proper gardening procedures and they have started cleaning and making plots. Also, a garden nursery is in the making. The SLP had also organized two groups who submitted their proposal in order to avail of the benefits.

The committee had decided that DEPED and DA would help focus and monitor the progress of the project. Also, a close monitoring would be done by the involved programs guided by the MSWDO and the 4Ps Municipal staff.

Deped Tagnante Elementary School Head Teacher I Marvin Broñola shared that their school supports parents and gardening and they are also to provide area or lot. He added that 4Ps help minimize dropout rates. “With the strong collaboration of DSWD, DA, DEPED, LGU, through 4PS, lihok, wa nila buhata sa una, karon gibuhat nanira.”

Municipal Agriculturist Elma Oja then shared that gardening helps in food sufficiency and there are less idle men and women since they work instead and devote their time to gardening.

Parent Leaders of Barangay Tagnate regularly showed the staff the progress on some parts of their communal garden.

The beneficiaries including Mary Grace Villacote, Juanita Faller, and Magdalina Villaro, expressed their commitment and they were being counselled that the success of this project would greatly depend on their loyal efforts on its cause to eliminate gambling and generate income.

The barangay, known for an unfavourable reputation, is now a good example to other communities especially when all the members had been encouraged to have gardens for the rice subsidy. Before, even the memorandum on backyard gardening was given, this barangay had been doing well with this activity.

At present, they have three kinds of plants in the nursery and had grown five kinds of crops in their plots, and earn their living.

The members vowed to continue such humble beginnings as they have seen the positive impact of their image in the community due to this activity. Consequently, the incidence of gambling in the barangay was eradicated.

Arceña, a housewife, with three children, 16 -year-old Ronelo Grade 6, 15- year- old Juliet Grade 8, nine-year-old Danilo Jr. Grade 3, later became so active in the said gardening activity and has forgotten about gambling.

Together with husband Danilo, 45 years old, a farmer and labourer, they learned to strive hard for their family.

“Ang sugal pala ay hindi tama. Ang kita dapat para sa mga kabataan at sa mga kailangan ng pamilya,” said Arceña. She explained that indeed FDS, not just the cash grants, changed her heart and helped her realize to save up for her children and their family’s future. #DSWDMayMalasakit #DSWDParaSaNakararami

Photo credits to RANI MARIE M. ACENAS, Municipal Link- Hilongos, Leyte

 

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Pahibaro: Update sa Eastern Visayas 4Ps Payout

Patuloy na nililinaw ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VIII ang isyu sa payout o pagbabahagi ng mga conditional cash grants sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) sa ilalim ng Regular Conditional Cash Transfer (RCCT) at Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT).

Ang DSWD ay nakikipagtulungan sa mga aprubadong bangko ng gobyerno upang direktang ipamahagi ang mga nasabing conditional cash grants sa mga benepisyaryo.

Ang pamamahagi ng grants noong mga nakaraang taon ay isinasagawa sa pamamagitan ng maraming mga paraan ng distribusyon kabilang ang (1) paggamit ng Cash Card (CC), (2) pagbibigay ng pera Over the Counter (OTC), at (3) mga offsite na distribusyon na isinasagawa ng mga partner conduits o merchants.

Noong taong 2017, matagumpay na naibahagi ang mga cash grants sa pamamagitan ng Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) Cash Cards.

Subalit, ang mga OTC at offsite na payout o distribusyon ay nagkaproblema at hindi naisagawa dahil sa walang “conduits o merchants” na nakasunod sa mga requirements ng Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) kung kaya’t walang pasado at kwalipikado na maaring makatulong sa pagpayout. Ang LBP ang pangunahing kumukuha ng partner conduits o merchants sa pag-payout sa pamamagitan ng public bidding.

Dahil dito, ang opisina ng DSWD ay naghanap ng mga karagdagang ka-partner na kwalipikado, interesado, at aprubadong mga government depository banks bukod sa LBP, upang maisakatuparan at mapabilis ang pamamahagi ng mga 4Ps conditional cash grants.

At kamakailan lang, ang DSWD ay lumagda ng Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) ka-partner ang Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB) bilang pilot test upang makapagbigay ng grants para sa Period 3 (Hunyo-Hulyo), Period 4 (Agosto-Setyembre), at Period 5 (Oktubre-Nobyembre) taong 2017 sa mga benepisyaryo ng 4Ps sa probinsiya ng Leyte na wala pang LBP cash card.

Noong nakaraang Disyembre 27, 2017, ang 4Ps ay nagsimula nang mag-payout sa pamamagitan ng PVB at kanilang PVB All-in-One Card na maaaring magamit bilang Pantawid ID, PhilHealth ID, at isang regular na cash card para mag-withdraw ng cash sa anumang ATM machine na may BancNet, Megalink, at ExpressNet at sa partner conduit na Palawan Express.

Sa kasalukuyan, ang DSWD regional at national offices ay maigting na nakikipag-ugnayan sa PVB upang maisakatuparan na ang panibagong MOA para naman sa Period 6 (Disyembre 2017- Enero 2018), Period 1 2018 (Pebrero- Marso), at mga susunod pang buwan, para sa mga benepisyaryo ng 4Ps sa probinsiya ng Leyte.

Samantalang ang mga benepisyaryo galing sa probinsiya ng Biliran, Southern Leyte, (Western) Samar, Eastern Samar, at Northern Samar ay magkakaroon na lahat ng LBP cash cards.

Ang 4Ps ay isang programa na patuloy na ipinatutupad ng pambansang pamahalaan na namumuhunan sa mga pamilyang kabilang sa pinakamahihirap na sektor ng lipunan, sa pamamagitan ng pagtiyak na ang 0-18 taong gulang na mga bata mula sa mga mahihirap na pamilya base sa talaan ng DSWD Listahanan, ay lalaking may maayos at malusog na pangangatawan at nakakapag-aral.

“Muli’t muli patuloy kaming nagsusumikap na mapahusay ang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program upang matiyak ang pagsunod ng mga benepisyaryo sa mga kondisyon ng programa at upang pangasiwaan ng maayos ang pamamahagi ng mga conditional cash grants, lalo na para sa mga pangangailangan ng mga bata. Gayundin, hinihikayat namin ang iba pang mga benepisyaryo na patuloy na makipag-ugnay sa nakatalagang City at Municipal Links para sa kani-kanilang mga payout schedules at iba pang mga katanungan kaugnay sa pagpapatupad ng programa,” paglilinaw ni DSWD Regional Director Restituto Macuto.

#DSWDMayMalasakit #DSWDParaSaNakararami

 

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Behind the money

He learned to fish at age nine, so he can help his parents support the family and has taken care of his five younger siblings, especially the second one, Marco, who has orthopedic impairments and special needs.

“If you want to succeed and attain something, you must have the interest and must work with love,” said Meco Alvarez Cantanero, 18 years old, a Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiary from Poblacion I, Babatngon, Leyte.

At dawn and as early as one o’clock in the morning, late at night, or sometimes the entire night, Meco would go fishing, with or without his father,  if the latter has another job to take on. This is for them to earn money or to have something to eat at least.

Nevertheless, even if they were struggling, Meco did not neglect his studies. He has persevered until he graduated in Grade 12 with Academic Excellence award last April 4, 2018, at Malibago National High School.

Around 16,032 4Ps children beneficiaries are expected to graduate this year in the Eastern Visayas region.

Furthermore, his parents shared that Meco and his siblings are diligent in their studies,  and expressed that other parents should also work hard for their children and prioritize the latter’s’ needs. Father is Reynaldo, 42 years old, fisherman and laborer, and mother is Nerlita, 40 years old, working as a Job Order in the Babatngon Municipal Office and currently undergoing the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) dressmaking training for additional income in the future,

“I have confidence in myself, but there are things I cannot do because there are barriers such as money. Nevertheless, I don’t take it to heart and just keep on since God exists and nothing is impossible with Him and with our own determination,” Meco expressed. “I put in a lot of effort in everything. I even have to work first so I could buy my phone and later on buy load so I could access the internet and do school researches.”

He can see his parents strive hard, so he strive even harder.

Meco then shared that when his family became a beneficiary of 4Ps, with the Family Development Sessions (FDS) and the regular conditional cash grants, his parents were already able to buy them all of their requirements in school. Consequently, with their new uniforms, bags, shoes, and other things, they became inspired to study more. For them,  it felt different compared before when they would go to school on damaged slippers and with torn garments.

Indeed, he believes that if he finish schooling and have his own automotive business, he will become more successful, he’ll get a job, and be able to fully support his family and even their community.

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A day closer

“Isang araw maka-aangat din kami sa buhay,” expressed Arnel Sumaylo, 20 years old, from Sitio Matabawan, Cantuhaon, Palompon, Leyte.

Arnel concluded his degree on Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English at Palompon Institute of Technology as Cum Laude last March 20, 2018.

He is one of the around 1,001 Expanded Students Grant-in-Aide Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) grantees in Eastern Visayas who graduated as of April 1, 2018.

Second among three children of Pedro, a fisherman, and housewife Ma. Victoria, Arnel dreams to give his family a better life than what they have now.

He has learned then to value education so much, keeping in his heart the thought that education changes lives and this is indeed the solution to poverty.

Apparently, challenges in life are always inevitable. As student, sometimes he encounter some financial problems and other times, it was difficult for him catching up with their lessons. But seeing his parents strive hard for them, he studied even harder.

Arnel added that he was lucky enough to be a grantee of the ESGP-PA for this served as his ladder to succeed in college and start realizing his life’s goals.

“Ang pagtatapos ko ang pinakamalaking biyaya na aking natanggap,” Arnel shared.

For him, graduating in college feels like a day closer to realizing his aspiration of getting a stable job so he can help the family rise out of poverty and contribute to community development.

“Mahirap lang kami and I never expect that I can proceed to college. But through the government, I was given the very significant opportunity to graduate, even with flying colors. Kaya naman ang mga oportunidad na dumarating sa ating buhay ay hindi natin dapat sayangin.”

The ESGPPA is implemented by the Commission on Higher Education together with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs).

“Let us continue to invest in the future by investing in our children,” said DSWD Field Office VIII Regional Director Restituto Macuto. #DSWDMayMalasakit 

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DSWD center, now a better and safer haven for kids

The ramp leading to the elevated structure.

Four years after super typhoon Yolanda, the Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) at Pawing in Palo, Leyte is far more better and safer to live. The international community had come into the picture to shower blessings of the once devastated temporary home for neglected, surrendered, abused, abandoned and orphaned children who are six years old and below. Nida Jusay, Center Head, revealed that the DSWD institution is now elevated to six feet high, expanded and improved. Last week, a blessing and inauguration rites for the Phase III construction were conducted, with top officials from Kaisahang Buhay Foundation, Incorporated attending. The KBFI is the partner entity of the Netherlands – private donor organization – Weredkinderin. DSWD Regional Director Restituto Macuto emphasized that part of the agency’s priorities is building its residential care facilities to become centers of excellence. He said, “RSCC is committed to providing effective programs and services for children victims of abuse and whose life & safety are at risk, developing competence in different discipline in handling cases of child abuse, and providing appropriate placement whether it be with their families or other alternative placement.” Social worker, Myla Banasta, bared that currently there are 17 older children and eight nursery kids under its custody. Last April 5, she said, a couple from Netherlands arrived to fetch one child from the center. She added that more children, who have been declared legally available for adoption, are waiting to be matched. If you have a heart to take a child needing a permanent home, please feel free to visit the DSWD Field Office VIII at Magsaysay Boulevard in Tacloban. #DSWDMayMalasakit #DSWDParaSaNakakarami

At the blessing of the center, with DSWD Assistant Regional Director for Operations, Marcela Lim (center), KBFI Board President, Rose Mary Blancaflor (left), and RSCC Head, Nida Jusay.

RSCC guests are greeted by this sight at its cozy and beautiful hallway.

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