Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in San Juan, LU receive donations

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Five hundred Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in San Juan, La Union received slippers and rice courtesy of Rated K Host Korina Sanchez. Pantawid Pamilya children ages 7-13 went home with smiles on their faces while wearing their new pairs of slippers. Their mothers were also given 3 kilos each of rice and bracelet.

San Juan Mayor Ruben L. Valero Jr. requested Ms. Sanchez to conduct such activity in the municipality and target Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries as recipients. All the 42 barangays were well represented but only selected Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries were called.

According to Ms. Sanchez, this is one way of thanking the public for being a part of her success in her personal life and career. She and her husband, DILG Secretary Mar Roxas, are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. She is also grateful of Rated K’s 10th year and her fourth year as a news anchor on TV Patrol.

This is a personal advocacy of Ms. Sanchez on helping the disadvantaged. She wants to give back the support of the people to her and her husband by spreading the Tsinelas Campaign of Rated K in different parts of the country and giving rice to the mothers.  (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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Pantawid Pamilya Beneficiaries in Aringay, LU are now trained farmers

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Left photo: The 24 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who successfully finished the Farmers Training Program Right Photo: Raquel (in jacket) receives her certificate of completion.

After undergoing a short training course on farming, 24 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Sta. Cecilia, Aringay, La Union are now ready for their own farming venture employing the skills and techniques they gained.

Along with other 119 trainees, these Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries received their certificate of completion during their graduation ceremony at the SM City Baguio Event Center. They finished a 12 week (February 5-April 27) farmers training sponsored by the SM Foundation Incorporated’s Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Farmers Training Program and Harbest Agribusiness Corporation in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office 1 and other government agencies.

DSWD Field Office 1 Assistant Regional Director Marlene Febes D. Peralta congratulated all the graduates and to quote in her speech, “Ang bawat isa sa atin ay nakakatulong sa pagsibol at paglago ng katagumpayan. Tayong lahat ay magkabalikat sa kabuhayan at kaunlaran.”

She further added that the convergence of SM Foundation Inc. and Harbest Agribusiness Corporation with DSWD and other government agencies gave hope and opportunities to the farmer-participants for them to improve their lives through investing into agriculture.

For sustainability, the farmer-participants were equipped with entrepreneurial skills through the DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP). It will continue to provide additional assistance to the Pantawid Pamilya training finishers for them to start their own income generating activities. Meanwhile, Assistant Vice President for Livelihood and Outreach Programs Cristie S. Angeles underscored that SM Foundation Inc. commits to connect the farmers to market opportunities.

Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary Raquel Ruiz, 37, housewife stated that with the farming skills she gained from the training, she can start her own business to generate greater income for her family. They will also share their farming knowledge and skills to their fellow beneficiaries in their barangay.

A day before their graduation, a harvest festival was conducted in Sta. Cecilia, Aringay, La Union wherein all the farmer-participants enjoyed picking their abundant and fresh high value crop vegetables and displayed them for sale at the farm while having fun with parlor games and performances. (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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Listahanan Conducts Orientation of Punong Barangays in Sudipen, La Union

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Ms. Joan Nuesca (NHTS-PR Regional Field Coordinator) conducts a brief orientation on LISTAHANAN at ABC Hall, Sudipen, La Union.

Recognizing the vital role of every Punong Barangay in all the activities being undertaken in their own area of jurisdiction, particularly in the 2nd Round of Household Assessment of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction/Listahanan of the Department of Social Welfare and Development – Field Office I, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer Elma B. Mostoles of Sudipen, La Union invited Ms. Joan M. Nuesca (NHTS-PR Focal Person) last 27 April 2015 to conduct a brief orientation about Listahanan to all the Punong Barangays of Sudipen before the deployment of the newly hired Area Supervisors and Enumerators of NHTS-PR in the Municipality of Sudipen.

Ms. Nuesca informed the Barangay Captains about their roles in this assessment of households, specifically in signing the Refusal Form of Area Supervisors should there be a respondent who refuses to be interviewed three (3) times.

Regarding any complaints after the posting of the initial results of the household assessment in the Barangay Halls, Ms. Nuesca also informed them that a Local Verification Committee (LVC) would act on those complaints, such as incorrect spelling of names of the household members, incomplete list of household members, household not interviewed among others.

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Courtesy call of Ms. Joan Nuesca to Mayor Wendy Joy Buquing of Sudipen, La Union

The City/Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer and the City/Municipal Planning and Development Officer are the two mandatory members of the LVC, and the three other members may be picked among the civil society organization, non-government organizations, faith-based groups and people’s organizations in the Municipality.

Further, the composition of the LVC shall be formalized through a Resolution by the City/Municipal Council, and the Area Supervisors of NHTS-PR will act as the Secretariat.

“The Listahanan is a crucial project” said Ms. Nuesca, so she asked the support of the Punong Barangays of Sudipen since this database of poor households would be the basis of government agencies, local government units and even private sectors for any social protection programs that they would implement, and also to prevent the limited funds of our government from being wasted and to ensure that the same will be directed to the real poor. (by: Jaymante Pearl B. Apilado, Administrative Assistant III, NHTS-PR/Listahanan)

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Ilocos Norte ESGP-PA Grantees, OSYs reunite for Solidarity Event

Picture1With the theme “Emancipating the Youth: Unfolding the talents and skills through the beauty of arts,” the Nasgat Cluster of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in Ilocos Norte conducted the 2nd Semestral Youth Solidarity Event at the Municipal Auditorium of Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte.

Expanded Students’ Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) grantees and out-of-school youths (OSYs) from the Municipalities of Adams, Pagudpud, Bangui, Dumalneg, Burgos, and Pasuquin enjoyed the one-day activity filled with various team building games and talent contests.

A mass officiated by Bishop Elorde Mateo kicked off the event followed by the parade of the participants which started in front of the municipal hall and ended at the auditorium with loud drumbeats and yells.

In SB Member Elsie Bascao’s lecture, she stated, “The youth are the product of the Divine Art. They are appointed by God as His helping hand.” She added that upon creation, everyone is blessed with freedom, intelligence, and talents. Do not use freedom to indulge in sinful nature rather serve one another in love.

The participants transformed into total performers during the competitions on chorale and dance sport. “Seasons of Love” was the generic song rendered by the contenders in the chorale competition. The Municipality of Dumalneg’s rendition was adjudged as the best version.

The dance floor was figuratively set on fire as the dance sport contestants grooved like professional dancers in the rhythm of chacha, rumba, and jive. Each pair amused the audience with their awesome performances in each dance category. Again, the Municipality of Dumalneg represented by Elvira Joyce Pradron and Kim Gi Jong Tomas conquered the dance floor and was hailed as the champion.

Among  the eight entries in the charcoal painting contest, the masterpiece of Leimar Padre from Bangui, Ilocos Norte appealed most to the judges.

Winners were awarded with certificates and cash prizes. Judges in the chorale and dance sport competition were Dr. Leonilo Reginaldo, Dr. Epifanio Rico, Mr. Francisco Udaundo, Mr. Salvador Calilan, and Mr. Ricardo Laciste, from the Department of Education-Pasuquin. For the charcoal painting, Ilocos Norte Provincial Link Ronald Vincent Punio, Institutional Partnership Development Officer Sharon Roldan, and Pantawid Pamilya Information Officer Jaesem Ryan Gaces served as judges. (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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Pantawid Pamilya – a strong evidence of government reforms, says KOMPRe

“Through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), government reforms are appreciated by the beneficiaries themselves who are experiencing changes for a better way of living. Reform should be felt by the people for them to appreciate the government’s programs and services for continuation of the next administration,” said Ms. Mardi Mapa-Suplido, National Secretariat of the Koalisyon ng Mamamayan para sa Reporma (KOMPRe) during their first people’s conference attended by the DSWD Field Office 1 in Dagupan City.

DSWD Field Office 1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo welcomed the different sectors including Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries and Dir. Roy Calfoforo shared some information concerning the Department on behalf of Sec. Dinky Soliman.

According to Ms. Suplido, these program beneficiaries are experiencing government reforms in terms of budgeting process (Bottom-Up Budgeting), anti-corruption, economic, education, and health among others with the aid of Pantawid Pamilya. Their life changing stories are evidence of what President Benigno Aquino III has done to help the poor.

Thus was highlighted during the activity graced by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas, PhilHealth Board of Director Risa Hontiveros, former Pangasinan 3rd District Representative Rachel Arenas, Pangasinan 3rd District Representative Baby Arenas, Former House Speaker Jose De Venecia, Pangasinan 4th District Representative Gina D. De Venecia, and Dagupan City Mayor Belen Fernandez.

KOMPRe believes that reform is really felt by the people through DSWD since it is one of the frontline government agencies extending services to the poor/disadvantaged like the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries through partnership with civil society organizations (CSOs), groups, and other private entities.

At least 300 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from Dagupan City, Pangasinan together with various sectors of farmers, youth, Overseas Filipino Workers, and senior citizens were convened to participate this people’s conference with the theme “Walang Iwanan sa Tuwid na Daan Tungo sa Kapayapaan”. Flordeliza Datuin from Villasis, Pangasinan shared in her testimony that she became an active citizen in her barangay by being a parent leader.

KOMPRe’s first people’s conference aims to popularize, sustain, defend, and institutionalize the reforms under the present administration. This coalition was organized to deepen the understanding of people on important socio-eco-political issues and to engage in dialogues/fora to consolidate and heighten the gains. (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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Linubyan Festival highlights first Pantawid Pamilya Day 2015

Picture2Picture3“I believe that Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries here have hidden talents worthy to be showcased. Also, they are active citizens who are not way behind the different sectors of our place,” said Municipal Mayor Bellarmin C. Flores III of Rosario, La Union.

This year, the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO), through Ms. Grenaflor M. Magsakay, launched the Pantawid Pamilya Day 2015 as one of the highlights of Linubyan Festival. All the 2,456 beneficiaries in 33 barangays were clustered and every cluster supported their contestants in the talent competitions dubbed as Pantawid Pamilya Got Talent and Pantawid Pamilya Sessionistas.

Marc Ivan Obanos, a nine-year old chiild representing Cluster 1, was adjudged as the Champion of the Pantawid Pamilya Got Talent. The crowd was enchanted with his charming and powerful voice while rendering an Iloco Folk song entitled ‘Riribok’.

Meanwhile, a group of teens comprised of Jojo Clonge, Jhoy Ducusin, Mariafe Anhonette Galera, Marvin Estacio, Reymark Bumanglag representing Cluster 11 conquered the center stage and were named the Pantawid Pamilya Sessionistas. The group rendered a series of mashed up foreign and Filipino love songs of their own arrangement.

Pantawid Pamilya Got Talent Champion Marc Ivan and the Champion Pantawid Pamilya Sessionistas received a certificate and a check prize worth P3,000.00 and P5,000.00, respectively.

Elimination rounds were conducted a few weeks before the actual competition. The beneficiaries watched three contestants and groups that made it to the final round; excitement filled the atmosphere for this first Pantawid Pamilya Day 2015 in their town.

The Provincial Link of La Union, Mr. Christopher Ollero; Social Welfare Officer III of La Union, Ms. Chrispearl Abenoja; and Administrative Assistant II, Ms. Claire Estoque, served as the judges of the said talent competitions.     (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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Pantawid Pamilya – a strong evidence of government reforms, says KOMPRe

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L-R on left photo: The KOMPRe National Secretariat Mardi Mapa-Suplido, DSWD OSec Representative Dir. Roy Calfoforo, and DSWD FO1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo sitting at the center conference table in front of the different sectors of the community including Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

“Through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), government reforms are appreciated by the beneficiaries themselves who are experiencing changes for a better way of living. Reform should be felt by the people for them to appreciate the government’s programs and services for continuation of the next administration,” said Ms. Mardi Mapa-Suplido, National Secretariat of the Koalisyon ng Mamamayan para sa Reporma (KOMPRe) during their first people’s conference attended by the DSWD Field Office 1 in Dagupan City.

DSWD Field Office 1 Regional Director Marcelo Nicomedes J. Castillo welcomed the different sectors including Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries and Dir. Roy Calfoforo shared some information concerning the Department on behalf of Sec. Dinky Soliman.

According to Ms. Suplido, these program beneficiaries are experiencing government reforms in terms of budgeting process (Bottom-Up Budgeting), anti-corruption, economic, education, and health among others with the aid of Pantawid Pamilya. Their life changing stories are evidence of what President Benigno Aquino III has done to help the poor.

Thus was highlighted during the activity graced by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas, PhilHealth Board of Director Risa Hontiveros, former Pangasinan 3rd District Representative Rachel Arenas, Pangasinan 3rd District Representative Baby Arenas, Former House Speaker Jose De Venecia, Pangasinan 4th District Representative Gina D. De Venecia, and Dagupan City Mayor Belen Fernandez.

KOMPRe believes that reform is really felt by the people through DSWD since it is one of the frontline government agencies extending services to the poor/disadvantaged like the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries through partnership with civil society organizations (CSOs), groups, and other private entities.

At least 300 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from Dagupan City, Pangasinan together with various sectors of farmers, youth, Overseas Filipino Workers, and senior citizens were convened to participate this people’s conference with the theme “Walang Iwanan sa Tuwid na Daan Tungo sa Kapayapaan”. Flordeliza Datuin from Villasis, Pangasinan shared in her testimony that she became an active citizen in her barangay by being a parent leader.

KOMPRe’s first people’s conference aims to popularize, sustain, defend, and institutionalize the reforms under the present administration. This coalition was organized to deepen the understanding of people on important socio-eco-political issues and to engage in dialogues/fora to consolidate and heighten the gains. (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

 

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Two Pantawid Pamilya valedictorians in San Gabriel, LU to pursue teaching

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Alyza Joy Supanga (left photo) and Denia Sung-ag and her mother (right photo) in their best smiles with their medals and other awards. (Photo credit to the owners)

Both graduated high school with flying colors and took poverty as their inspiration in achieving their dreams through hardwork and perseverance.

Kankana-ey girls, Alyza Joy Supanga and Denia Sung-ag, wanted to be successful someday in the professional world that is why they strived hard in their studies that led them to graduate as valedictorians of their respective classes. They believe that their quest for a brighter future is ensured with their noble achievement.

Alyza, 16 from Brgy. Balbalayang, and Denia, 15 from Brgy. Lipay Este, studied at the Balbalayang High School and Lipay Integrated School, respectively.

 

Valedictorian’s secret revealed

“Through my strong faith in God, I was able to make it to the top of my class. I acknowledge His grace which I consider the secret of my success,” said Alyza.

She landed either as first or second honor during her first to third year in high school, so she put more effort in her studies to sustain this and eventually succeeded to be the class valedictorian.

Jose, 52, and Yolanda, 47, proud parents of Alyza, stated that the success of their daughter is the realization of their dreams of also finishing their education. They only earn a small amount from farming, but they still encourage her to take up Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in English despite financial challenges. Alyza therefore decided to work this summer in Baguio City.

 

Pantawid, gateway to a brighter future

Denia’s family of 10 survives through farming of both her parents, Dionisio, 61, and Jane, 48, who try to budget their small income. She said, “Being a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary means an opportunity for a better life through education, which is why I grabbed this chance and motivated myself to study hard to show that I deserve the assistance given by the government through the cash grants we receive intended for education. I also want to pay back the sacrifices of my parents.

Since Grade 3, she is consistently on top of her class and was eventually awarded with the highest academic honors. She admits that she is not aiming to be the best, but she keeps in mind to maintain her high marks.  Best in English, Filipino, Mathematics, and Science and Technology are among her special awards during their graduation. This made her decide to take up Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in English.

Though living in far flung areas, with their dreams, Alyza and Denia can go as far as they can and reach the peak of their success carrying the ideals of a fighter chasing a better life. (by: Jaesem Ryan A. Gaces, Information Officer II/Pantawid Pamilya)

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