Group of Professionals now Pantawid Pamilya Enthusiasts

“Poor families of the Pantawid Pamilya Program show resilience that motivates  us to help them more through the Family Development Sessions and provision of scholarship.”  Thus,  the statement of  Nenita D. Saingan, a retired Nurse abroad, now the President of the Professional Caregiver Association of the Philippines (PCAP) and Lions International, San Fabian Chapter.  With continue reading : Group of Professionals now Pantawid Pamilya Enthusiasts

DepEd ALS partners with DSWD for mobile PWD teaching

Inspired with the convergence strategy, DSWD and the DepEd Alternative Learning System (ALS) partnered to improve literacy of educable persons with disabilities (PWDs) through the ‘I Love PWD’ Project.  I Love PWD stands for Interactive Learning Opportunities Via Education for Persons With Disability.  DSWD–AVRC and DepED-ALS partnership is geared to empower the PWDs in developing continue reading : DepEd ALS partners with DSWD for mobile PWD teaching

Region 1 Pag-asa Youth Association (PYA) Shines

130 Youth Leaders/Members of the Pag-Asa Youth Association (PYA) from the four provinces and eight cities in the region (except for Batac City) joined the Regional Pag- Asa Youth Association of the Philippines (RPYAP) Summit cum Post Celebration of the PYAP Foundation Day held at Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives (NSCC) Located in Caoayan, Ilocos continue reading : Region 1 Pag-asa Youth Association (PYA) Shines

SLP PARTNERS PLEDGE FULL COMMITMENT AND SUPPORT

In a unified voice, all active and prospective partners in the implementation of Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) verbally pledged their commitment and support of their organization in realizing all the thrusts of the program in bringing about development to the lives of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries.  The SLP is being spearheaded by the Department continue reading : SLP PARTNERS PLEDGE FULL COMMITMENT AND SUPPORT

Tacloban relief operations: tough but focused

The 5-day travel along with convoy of 19 buses and trucks seem endless but incomparable to the eerie sadness and pain each one felt upon seeing the devastated Samar and Leyte provinces particularly Tacloban City. Thus, was shared by Social Worker Clarivel Banzuela who experienced 11 days of deployment to DSWD National Relief Operations Center  continue reading : Tacloban relief operations: tough but focused