PaskuJuan: Showcase of products, avenue to help

PaskuJuan aims to market products and services of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries and inspire them more to engage into income generating activities. PaskuJuan activities include a festival bazaar, a boodle lunch, and livelihood demonstrations.

PaskuJuan aims to market products and services of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries and inspire them more to engage into income generating activities. PaskuJuan activities include a festival bazaar, a boodle lunch, and livelihood demonstrations.

Showcasing products and services of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from different municipalities in the Region, DSWD-FO1 held the nationwide holiday bazaar dubbed as PaskuJuan: Salu-Salo sa Pagbabago Festival and Bazaar in the City of San Fernando.

Initiated by the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the DSWD, PaskuJuan is an opportunity to market beneficiaries’ products and inspire them to engage more into income generating activities.

A total of 17 booths sold local products such as softbrooms, abel, and other souvenir items. Food products were also available such as dried fish (daing), peanut butter, and soya milk along with local delicacies such as puto, bibingka, and bagnet. Likewise, reflexology and therapeutic massage, pedicure and manicure were also offered. Further, livelihood demonstrations were also provided such as softbroom, parol and polvoron/pastillas making. Most creative and unique booths were also given recognition Best Dressed Booth was bagged by Anda, Pangasinan; Best in Displayed Products award was taken home by Sudipen, La Union while the Best Seller Product award was brought home by Tayug, Pangasinan with their delicious peanut butter.

A ceremonial boodle lunch was also prepared for partner  implementers, media, and LGUs to further strengthen ties and encourage them to help in sustaining livelihood projects of Pantawid Pamilya households.

DSWD FO1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo said that purchases from the event will help beneficiaries provide for their families and eventually improve their well being and ultimately their children’s future.

The said event was made possible in partnership with the City Government of San Fernando,  Provincial Government of La Union, other participating LGUs, and sponsors.

SLP is a community-based capacity building program that seeks to improve the socio-economic status of program beneficiaries by enabling them to manage sustainable microenterprises or link them to locally available jobs.(by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)            

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DSWD launches Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago Campaign social media accounts

DSWD launches its social media accounts to gather positive stories of change brought about by the Department's programs and serivices. These stories can be shared on Facebook (KayaKoPH) and Twitter (@KayaKoPH).

DSWD launches its social media accounts to gather positive stories of change brought about by the Department’s programs and serivices. These stories can be shared on Facebook (KayaKoPH) and Twitter (@KayaKoPH).

Aiming to gather Pantawid Pamilya stories of positive change, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) launched the “Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago” Campaign official social networking sites.

An information and empowerment campaign, the Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago aims to communicate the “pagbabago” due to the Department’s programs and services especially the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

In its launching, DSWD FO1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo encouraged everyone, especially the media, to support the said endeavor to inform the public of these changes and continuously provide beneficiaries their rights as claimholders and citizens of the society.

In response, Mr. Romy Acosta of the Weekly Banat, being previously against the program, said that he is 100% supportive of the campaign after seeing the impact of the program to beneficiaries who have been involved in gambling activities and have changed for the better.

As one of the program advocates, La Union’s exemplary child winner Jasmine Ollero was also invited to share her story and the change she can do. “Kaya kong maging mabuting anak at makatapos ng pag- aaral para makatulong sa aking mga magulang (I can be a good daughter, finish my studies and eventually help my parents).”

The said stories of change can be shared on Facebook (KayaKoPH) and Twitter (@KayaKoPH). Sharing can be through anecdotes, statements, blogs, videos,  and photos reflecting positive changes brought about by Pantawid Pamilya to the beneficiaries. (by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)       

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NCC: Exemplary children’s experience to remember

This year's National Children's Congress (NCC) delegates participate in various activities highlighting their roles and rights as children. Inset: DSWD Secretary Soliman with Region 1 representatives during the National Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children awarding ceremony.

This year’s National Children’s Congress (NCC) delegates participate in various activities highlighting their roles and rights as children. Inset: DSWD Secretary Soliman with Region 1 representatives during the National Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children awarding ceremony.

Three of the Region’s Pantawid Pamilya exemplary children representatives gained unforgettable experiences in the recently concluded National Children’s Congress 2014.

The NCC in partnership with the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) was a venue to promote children’s rights and making their voices heard on program issues affecting them.

Fifty two Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children provincial and regional winners participated in the said event. These included Region 1 winner Cindy Ballesteros from Ilocos Sur and runners-up Jasmine Ollero from La Union and Angel May David from Pangasinan. Besides a tour at the Mind Museum, workshops, lectures, and games focusing on children’s rights and roles in their family, community and their stories of change as program beneficiaries were also conducted.

According to Jasmine, the event was an opportunity to learn, gain knowledge, and gain new friends. Jasmine said, “Masaya akong nakasama dahil mas nagkaroon ako ng tiwala sa sarili at nagkaroon ng maraming kaibigan (I am happy to have joined since I gained more confidence and friends).”

Highlight of the event was the awarding of winners in the National Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2014. Finalists showcased their talent, wit, and confidence as witnessed by guests such as DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman, National Youth Commissioner Dingdong Dantes, and other TV personalities. The top award was bagged by the representative of Region IV-B for the third year. Runners-up were representatives from Regions 12, IV-A, 8, and 7.

The national search recognized exemplary Pantawid Pamilya children ages 10 -14 who serve as excellent examples in school, home, and community. The National Children’s Congress (NCC) is held annually.
(by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)

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Jasmine: Exemplary child with exemplary heart

Jasmine Ollero, 10, the region's first runner-up in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya 2014 is helped by her mother Lorena, in reviewing her lessons.

Jasmine Ollero, 10, the region’s first runner-up in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya 2014 is helped by her mother Lorena, in reviewing her lessons.

“Hindi hadlang ang kahirapan upang umunlad (Poverty is not a hindrance to progress)”, says Jasmine Ollero, 10, the region’s 1st runner-up in the recently concluded Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children 2014.

Jasmine is a vibrant grade five pupil from Alipang, Rosario, La Union. She is the eldest among three whose father earns by doing various part time jobs as construction worker, farmer, and Barangay Tanod while the mother accepts laundry from neighbors to augment the family’s income.

The family lives in a hut made of sawali and bamboo. However, they do not own the land. At the moment, they have received a notice to vacate the area and were already given one year ultimatum which adds to the family’s day to day burden. The family is planning to relocate to a more distant area owned by Jasmine’s grandmother.

Admirable daughter

Seeing the efforts of her parents, Jasmine tries her best to give back by becoming a good daughter and a responsible sister to her two younger brothers. Full of hope and dreams for her family, Jasmine wishes to become a teacher someday–a dream she hopes to fulfill through her positive attitude and optimism in life.

At home, Jasmine helps in doing various house chores such as cleaning the house, washing the dishes, cooking, and looking after her younger brothers. She takes on as best as she could these responsibilities that other children her age would usually ignore.

On Saturdays, Jasmine attends Bible studies. During summer, she earns extra money by helping her aunt sell streetfoods in the town plaza. Raised without luxury, Jasmine does not complain and instead finds ways to support herself. She seldom asks money from her parents for her school needs and would buy them from her own savings.

Model student

As a student, Jasmine is described to be very respectful, punctual, and diligent in school. She is a consistent honor student despite walking almost a kilometer everyday to and from school. This does not discourage her and instead drives her more to be diligent and determined.

Proud beneficiary

Jasmine’s family considered themselves the luckiest when informed to become beneficiaries of the program. Jasmine, together with her siblings, was previously not participating in extra-curricular activities due to financial constraints hindering her from the top rank in school. Now, with the program’s existence, her parents can already send them to different school activities and provide allowance and most school needs.
Being one of the program beneficiaries, Jasmine said, “Malaking tulong po sa aming pamilya ang binibigay na cash grant ng Pantawid Pamilya lalo na sa aming mga magkakapatid kaya pinagbubuti po namin ang aming pag-aaral upang hindi masayang ang ibinibigay na tulong ng ating gobyerno sa aming mahihirap. (The cash grant we receive is a big help to us that is why my siblings and I study hard so the government’s assistance won’t be put to waste.)”

The Exemplary Child

As the region’s first runner-up in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya 2014, Jasmine took home P10,000. For other children, toys, clothes, shoes and other material things would be their priority upon having such amount. However, Jasmine said that she would offer her prize for their electricity since they do not have their own connection. Jasmine said, “Masaya ako dahil naki contest lang ako, marami na kaming nagawa. (I am happy that through joining contests, I have already done a lot.)”

Jasmine was one of the 52 exemplary children nationwide who joined the previously held National Children’s Congress. She actively participated in various NCC games and workshops. Accordingly, joining the said Congress made her gain self confidence, more friends, and additional knowledge as a child. In the workshops, she also learned teamwork, cooperation, and trust.

Thankful for being a beneficiary, Jasmine said, “Salamat sa pagpapatuloy ng programa. Sana hindi na alisin dahil maraming natutulungan na katulad naming mahihirap.(Thank you for continuing the program. I hope that it will still continue since it is helping many poor people like us.)”

Jasmine is a child determined to achieve her goals no matter how challenging life can be, a child worthy of praise and respect. (by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)

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Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur student bags 2014 Exemplary Child Award

DSWD-FO1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo (rightmost) lead the awarding to the regional winner Cindy Ballesteros (third from right) being this year's regional winner in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya children.

DSWD-FO1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo (rightmost) lead the awarding to the regional winner Cindy Ballesteros (third from right) being this year’s regional winner in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya children.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 1 (DSWD-FO1) awarded Cindy Ballesteros of Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur as this year’s regional winner in the Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya Children. The search recognized exemplary Pantawid Pamilya children who serve as excellent examples in school, home and community.

Developing exemplary children beneficiaries as advocates of the program, the search was opened to Pantawid Pamilya children beneficiaries ages 10 – 14 and were judged based on: Behavior and Practice (20%); Talent (20%); Intelligence and Wit (20%); Community and School Participation and; Kaya Ko ang Pagbabago Presence and Appearance (20%).

Cindy, 14, is a grade 9 student at Sta. Maria National High School. Raised to be a God-fearing, loving and obedient daughter. Losing a mother at a young age, Cindy has remained to be a consistent first honor student; officer and member of various clubs and is actively participating in school competitions such as Quiz bees, volleyball, sepaktakraw and journalism contests.

Currently, she is her school’s candidate for the National Chief Girl Scouts with her proposed Artesian Pump Project in the barangay. At a young age, Cindy knows the value of education saying “Edukasyon ang pinakamahalagang sandata upang magkaroon ng pagbabago sa buhay.”(Education is the best weapon in aiming for change)

Runners up include Shara Mae Espe from Laoag City; Angel May David from Balungao, Pangasinan and; Jasmine Ollero of Rosario, La Union.

Cindy represented the region in the recently concluded National Search for Exemplary Pantawid Pamilya children as the highlight in the National Children’s Congress 2014. (by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)

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DSWD inks agreement with SRPC to sustain livelihood assistance to Pantawid Pamilya

DSWD-FO1 and San Roque Power Corporation (SRPC) representatives headed by Ms. Agnes Tambalo and Mr. Arnel Manalili respectively visited a beneficiaries' vegetable farm whom the Corporation has lent an amount to start farming activities.

DSWD-FO1 and San Roque Power Corporation (SRPC) representatives headed by Ms. Agnes Tambalo and Mr. Arnel Manalili respectively visited a beneficiaries’ vegetable farm whom the Corporation has lent an amount to start farming activities.

DSWD – FO1, the San Roque Power Corporation (SRPC), and the Local Government Units (LGUs) of San Nicolas and San Manuel, Pangasinan signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to converge various initiatives on livelihood projects eventually providing economic upliftment to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

Through the Public-Private Partnership (PPP), SRPC continuously help Pantawid Pamilya project-affected persons (PAPs) through its Corporate Social Responsibility programs to improve the socio-economic status of beneficiaries.

DSWD through its community-based capacity building program, the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), operates on a two-track system: 1) micro-enterprise development; and 2) the employment facilitation track.

There are a total of 1,099 identified Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in the 6 barangays of the two said LGUs. Some of these families are continuously being helped by the SRPC through its programs.

Most of the household members livelihood preferences in the covered barangays are on poultry and livestock raising, mircro-enterprise and agricultural activities.

Currently, four hundred twenty seven (427) are SRPC microfinance beneficiaries who were lent with P5,000 – P10,000 to start their livelihood activities of their choice. Through its trainings, the SRPC also teaches beneficiaries to save for their future.

Rosalinda Serquenia of Sitio Camanggan borrowed P5,000 in 2010 to pursue farming and support farming needs. Accordingly, 90 cavans will be produced from a hectare of harvest. This helped support the family’s needs and eventually added by the assistance coming from Pantawid Pamilya.

DSWD and SRPC upcoming plans and activities for Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries are being discussed for implementation.

PPP strategy is continuously complementing the need for sustainability of the initial assistance provided to the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya.  (by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)           

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Solo parent bags Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya 2014 award

DSWD -FO1 headed by Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo and Assistant Regional Director Marlene Febes D. Peralta awards regional prize to the Tusnoy family relative to the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya 2014.

DSWD -FO1 headed by Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo and Assistant Regional Director Marlene Febes D. Peralta awards regional prize to the Tusnoy family relative to the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya 2014.

On its third year of recognizing families who have religiously followed program conditionalities, embodied Filipino values and strong family ties, DSWD – Field Office 1 named the Tusnoy Family from Adams, Ilocos Norte as the regional family winner in the Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya 2014.

Tusnoy family headed by Isabel, a single mother, is focused on providing best for her 9-year old son and 80 and 81-year old parents. Isabel is engaged in various community activities as a citizen, a Parent Leader and as a member of their IP group. The family’s income is sourced out through her “bugnay” wine and vinegar making activities and multi services as tour guide, cook, masseuse and home stay care taker.

Learning from her Family Development Sessions (FDS), Isabel saves and spends properly to prepare for the future. She even opened a savings account in a Cooperative. She is also a proud example and a leader to her co-beneficiaries. Isabel said, “Kaya kong harapin ang anumang problemang dumating dahil sa diskarte”

Opened to beneficiaries who are at least two years in the program, DSWD conducted provincial and regional validations and judged families based on 1) strong family ties; 2) practices and promotes healthy living and taking care of the environment; 3) active involvement in community activities; 4) inspires other members of the community and; 5) strives to improve their living condition amidst difficult situation. This is to encourage Filipino families maintain a good standing in the community and serve as inspiration to others.

DSWD – Field Office 1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo said that the activity confirmed the power of convergence, resource mobilization and good governance in improving the lives of the beneficiaries.

Other regional finalists include Oriente family from Santol, La Union; Long-es family from Suyo, Ilocos Sur and Pulido family from Laoac, Pangasinan.

The Tusnoy Family will be the region’s official entry to the National Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya who will eventually serve as family ambassador of the program.

Finally, Assistant Regional Director Marlene Febes D. Peralta encourages each family to be more productive in bringing excellent results in the community and become inspiration to others.(by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)  

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From kubrador to Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leader

Margielyn Genese of San Manuel, Pangasinan raises hogs of other people for additional income.

Margielyn Genese of San Manuel, Pangasinan raises hogs of other people for additional income.

A former “kubrador” or collector of jueteng bets is now a more responsible mother and community leader.

“Kung hindi dumating ang Pantawid Pamilya, hindi siguro ako natigil maging kubrador.” (If not with the coming of Pantawid Pamilya, I might not have stopped being a “kubrador”) said Margielyn Genese, a Parent Leader from San Manuel, Pangasinan.

A mother of four, Margielyn and her farmer husband cannot fully provide the necessities of their children, particularly school needs.

The children were habitually absent in school due to financial constraints. They cannot even provide for the two-peso fare for each children. The only amount they could afford to pay for a ride prior to Pantawid Pamilya’s coming.

This encouraged Margielyn to find additional income. She ended up becoming a jueteng “kubrador”. Being one, Margielyn regularly takes home 10% of the total collection bets for the day and even given “balato” whenever a bettor wins.

However, with the coming of Pantawid Pamilya, Margielyn was forced to stop her “kubrador” work since the program prohibits involvement to any gambling related activities. On a brighter side, the children’s school needs were provided through the cash grants being received by the family. They once again had the opportunity to attend school.

A Trustworthy Parent Leader

The coming of the program prompted the need for Parent Leaders (PL). Margielyn was chosen to be one in San Manuel, Pangasinan but only few believed in her ability to lead. Likewise, she doubted herself of what she can do. With these, her husband even encouraged her to quit being a PL.

But Margielyn treated the situation as a challenge saying, “Ipinakita ko sa kanila na kaya ko” (I showed them that I can). Though some of her co-beneficiaries always complain and forget to respect her at times, Margielyn said that explaining and extending her patience are the key to overcome challenging situations.

Husband’s support

A number of tasks are being performed by Parent Leaders. To manage all of these, Margielyn is being helped by her husband. Whenever she needs to do Pantawid Pamilya related activities, household chores are taken over by her husband. The husband even helps in informing their co-beneficiaries with the necessary information to be disseminated. “Tinutulungan niya akong magpunta sa mga bahay bahay.” (He helps in going from one house to another.)

Additional income

No longer a “kubrador”, Margielyn works as laundry woman earning P120 per customer and assisting in the barbecue vending of her in-laws giving her P150/day. She also accepted to raise hogs of others. Half of the off springs will be given to her as income.

Margielyn is working hard to let her children finish school and reach their respective dreams. She is very grateful to the program for giving her children a chance to go to school. With their situation, she is inspired to do her best to get out of their current poor situation to an improved one. (by: ALLAN O. LULU, Information Officer II/ Pantawid Pamilya)       

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