Listahanan 2 Database

The results of the 2nd Round Household Assessment through the Proxy Means Test conducted in December 2015 are readily available for sharing to DSWD-NCR’s partner NGAs, NGOs and LGUs.

Out of 1,208,807 assessed households, 96,466 of which are identified poor while 1,112,341 are non-poor. This assessment was conducted in sixteen (16) cities and one (1) municipality in the National Capital Region (NCR).

Data sharing partnerships with various social protection stakeholders are established through a memorandum of agreement to ensure data privacy and to guarantee that the data will only be used as guide for selecting beneficiaries and developing various poverty alleviation and social welfare and development programs.

Listahanan is an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are in the country. It is also an effective mechanism to conduct a fair and transparent selection process for various government programs. It serves as a means to improve the governance by removing political patronage from distribution of public resources to citizens.

Therefore, DSWD encourages other Local Government Units to enter data sharing partnership through Memorandum of Agreement to access the list of poor household of Listahanan 2. ###

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Istorya ng Tagumpay ng Pamilya Raborar

Masayang ngumiti sa harap ng kamera ang Pamilya Raborar na kinuhanan sa bago nilang tirahan

Nagtrabaho noon bilang katiwala sa lupain ng isang nagsarang pagawaan ang mag-asawang Serafina at Renato Raborar. Nakapag patayo sila doon ng maliit na bahay kung saan nila napalaki ang kanilang pitong anak. Subalit, taong 1998, sa ikatlong taon ng kanilang paninilbihan, ang lupain ay nabili ng panibagong kumpanya at sila ay pinaalis sa kanilang tinitirahan.

Dito nagsimula ang buhay kariton ng Pamilya Raborar. Saksi ang kahabaan ng Gregorio Araneta Avenue sa pagsusumikap ng pamilya upang mairaos ang kanilang pang araw-araw. Nagtrabaho si Mang Renato bilang isang construction worker habang pangangalakal sa umaga at pagbebenta ng lutong ulam sa hapon naman ang diskarte ng ilaw ng tahanan na si Nanay Serafina. Ikinakabit nila sa mga poste ng kuryente ang mga tali ng luna na nagsisilbing  bubong nila sa gabi. Kinakaharap din ng pamilya ang mga banta ng pagpapaalis ng mga awtoridad sa mga itinuturing na hambalang sa kalsada at ang mataas na baha sa tuwing umuulan.

Sa kabila ng kanilang kondisyon ay batid ng pamilya ang kahalagahan ng edukasyon kung kaya’t pinagsumikapan ng mag asawa na mapag aral ang lahat ng kanilang anak.

Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program

Mula sa kariton, ito na ngayon ang inuupahang bahay ng pamilya Raborar

Bilang pagpapaigting sa mga adhikain ng Departamento, pinalawig ng programa ang pagbibigay tulong sa mga mahihirap sa pamamagitan ng pagkilala sa pangangailangan ng mga pamilyang walang tahanan. Isa sa mga naging miyembro ay ang Pamilya Raborar taong 2015. Nabigyan ng pagkakataon ang pamilya na makatanggap ng benepisyong naka sentro sa pangangailangang pangkalusugan at edukasyon ng kanilang mga anak. Nasuportahan din nito ang kanilang pangangailangan na makahanap ng bagong tirahan sa pamamagitan ng Modified Conditional Cash Transfer – Homeless Street Families gayun din ang panimulang puhunan para sa pagpapatuloy ng kanilang pinagkakakitaan sa tulong na rin ng iba pang programa ng DSWD

Sa kasalukuyan, napalago ni Nanay Serafina ang kanilang negosyo. Mayroon na silang munting tindahan na nakatayo sa tapat ng lupa ng dating kumpanyang kanilang tinirahan sa kahabaan pa rin ng G. Araneta. Kung dati ay sa gabi pagkatapos nang pangangalakal lamang siya nakakapagtinda ng ulam, ngayon ay bukas na siya simula umaga upang mag-alok ng makakain sa kaniyang mga parokyano. Patok din sa mga nagtatrabaho sa pagawaan at mga drayber ng mga nagdaraang trak ang pamatid uhaw niyang gawa sa sabaw ng buko. Kung dati ay hindi tiyak ang kanilang kita sa pangangalakal, ngayon ay sapat na sa pangangailangan ng pamilya ang kaniyang kinikita at nakakapag impok pa siya.

Hindi huminto sa pagtatrabaho bilang construction worker si Tatay Renato. Sa tulong ng programa ay napadali ang kaniyang pagtustos sa pag-aaral ng kaniyang mga anak. Napagtapos niya ang dalawa sa mga ito mula sa isang pribadong kolehiyo at ngayon ay nakikipagtunggalian na sa kanilang mga napiling karera. Ang dalawang pinakabata naman ay kasalukuyang nag-aaral ng kolehiyo sa magkaibang pribadong unibersidad.

“Malaki ang tulong sa akin ng programa. Mas naging positibo ang pananaw ko sa buhay. Natuto akong pahalagahan ang mga tao sa paligid ko, tamang paggastos ng pera, ingatan ang aking negosyo at higit sa lahat mag-ipok ng pera,” sagot ni Serafina sa tanong kung ano ang mga napansin niyang pagbabago sa kaniyang sarili dulot ng programa.

Isa sa mga higit na pinagpapasalamat ni Serafina ang pagkakaroon nila ng maayos na tirahan. “Hindi ko na gugustuhing bumalik sa kariton,” sambit niya. “Nakita ko ang pagbabago sa pamilya ko – sa asal nila.” Tinukoy ni Nanay Serfina ang pagtaas ng tiwala sa sarili ng kaniyang mga anak at ang pagkatuto ng mga ito na makipag kapwa tao. Ikinatutuwa rin niya na nailalayo niya ang kaniyang mga anak sa mga panganib sa kalsada. “Ito yung masasabi kong nagkaroon kami ng new home.”

Nais ni Serafina na kapulutan ng aral ang kanilang istorya lalo na sa mga tulad niyang namuhay sa kariton. Mula sa buhay na tinutulak tulak lamang siya ng pagkakataon, ipinagmamalaki nila Nanay Serafina at Tatay Renato na siya na ang may hawak at kontrol ngayon ng kaniyang buhay.

Ang kwento ng pamilya Raborar ay itinampok din sa DZMM Radyo Negosyo kasama si Carl Balita noon ika-2 ng Hunyo, 2018.

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Pag-ibig at Pagkakaisa, Sandigan sa Tuwina

Si Ms. Analyn Quilong-Quilong habang siya ay iniinterbyu

Sa bawat maaga niyang paggising sa umaga, sa bawat matutulin niyang hakbang papuntang eskwelahan,sa bawat malinis na papel na madiin niyang sinusulatan, sa bawat pindot niya ng calculator, sa mga madalian at mabilisang pagbibilang ng mga kumplikadong numero, nasa kanyang isipan ang kanyang pamilya.

Si Analyn Quilong-quilong, 37 taong gulang, kasama ang kanyang buong pamilya ay nakikipag-sabayan sa maiingay at matutulin na takbo ng mga sasakyan, sa nag tataasang mga gusali, at sa mabilis na takbo ng buhay nila sa masisikip na espasyo ng Tondo. Bago pa man nasama sa Pantawid Pamilya ng Pilipino Program ang kanilang pamilya, ang kanyang butihing asawa na si Gerry Quling-quilong ang kanyang  naging kasangga sa anumang hamon ng buhay. Pareho silang mag-asawa na high school lamang ang natapos kung kaya’t hindi makapasok sa trabahong mataas ang sweldo. Si Gerry ay nagtatrabaho bilang driver sa isang kompanya ngunit hindi ito regular. At ang kanyang asawa naman ay isang butihing ina na nag-aalaga sa kanilang mga anak na nasa elementarya pa lamang noon. Sina Gelan, Gerah Mae at Geran ang naging inspirasyon nilang mag-asawa na mangarap sa buhay. Dahil ang kanyang asawa lamang ang naghahanap buhay sa pamilya, dumarating ang mga sitwasyon sa kanilang buhay na hindi nila maibigay ang mga pangangailangan ng kanilang mga anak at ito’y nagdudulot ng kalungkutan sa kanila bilang mga magulang.

Bagama’t salat sa buhay, sagana naman sila sa pangarap. Pinangarap nilang mag-asawa na makapagtapos ng pag-aaral ang kahit isa man lamang sa kanila upang pag dating ng panahon ay matustusan nila ang mga pangagailangan ng kanilang pamilya. Kung kaya’t, sinubukan ni Analyn na makapag hanap ng scholarship, at sa awa ng Diyos, siya ay natanggap sa Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology. Laking pasasalamat ng mag-asawa nang siya ay makapasok dito ngunit ito pala ang magdudulot ng mas mabigat na pasanin sa mag-asawa. Dahil apat na sila sa Pamilya na nag-aaral, hindi maipagkaila ni Analyn na hirap na hirap sila sa buhay. Ni isang kamag-anak ay wala silang malapitan upang mahingan ng tulong. Kailangan ng kanyang asawa na magbanat ng buto upang matustusan lamang ang pangangailangan nila. Kinakailangan niyang magtrabaho araw at gabi  upang  maisakatuparan lamang ang kanilang pangarap.

Totoong napakabigat sa kanilang mag-asawa ang naging desisyon nilang mapag-aaral ang isa sa kanila. Halos isipin na ni Analyn kung dapat pa ba nila itong ipagpatuloy. Ngunit hindi nila alam na isang panibagong biyaya ng Panginoon ang darating sa kanilang pamilya sa panahon ding iyon. Taong 2011 ng mapabilang ang kanilang pamilya sa Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program. Kasagsagan ito ng kanyang pagsisimula bilang isang estudyante kung saan naisip na nilang ihinto.Subalit sa tulong ng programa, nabigyan ang kanilang pamilya ng pagkakataon na  ipaglaban pa at ipagpatuloy ang kanilang mga pangarap.

“Naitaguyod ko ang pag-aaral ng aking mga anak dahil sa programa”, ito ang sabi ni Analyn. Laging compliant ang status ng kanilang pamilya sa programa. Naintindihan nilang mag-asawa ang kahalagahan ng programa sa kanilang buhay at pati na ang mga kondisyonales nito. Napagtanto nila na ang tanging hangad lamang ng programa ay kasaganaan sa kanilang buhay dahil sa bawat pagsunod nila sa mga kondisyonales nito ay sila pa rin ang nakikinabang. Naging parent leader si Analyn ng dalawang taon sa programa at masaya niyang ginawa ang kanyang mga responsibilidad dito. Ayon pa kay Analyn, malaking dagdag na kaalaman sa kanilang mag-asawa ang mga naging mga paksa sa Family Development Session lalo na ang mga usapin ukol sa pagiging mabuting mga magulang. Kaakibat ang iba’t-ibang paksa ay ang mga makahulugan nitong gawain na mas luminang pa ng kaalaman at katauhan ni Analyn na siya namang ipinapadama niya sa kanyang asawa at mga anak. Ang bawat pangaral at mainit na dampi ng kanyang pagmamahal ay tunay na nadarama ng kanyang pamilya.

“Ang pag-aaral ay ang tunay na sagot upang matapos ang siklo ng kahirapan”, ito ang sabi ni Analyn Quilong-quilong na ngayon ay nakapagtapos na ng kursong Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Hindi maitago sa kanyang mata ang tuwa at ginhawa na naidulot nito. Para sa kanya, kung wala ang programa hindi nila matutupad ang kanilang mga pangarap sa buhay na mag-asawa. At ito ay patuloy nilang ipinag papasalamat sa Panginoon hangang ngayon. Gusto ni Analayn na ipamana sa kanilang mga anak ang pagbibigay ng kahalagahan sa pag-aaral. Ngayon, si Analyn ay dalawang taon nang Social Welfare Assistant ng kagawaran. Sa bawat araw na siya ay pumapasok sa trabaho ay binibigyang halaga niya ito at maayos niyang ginagampanan ang kanyang responsibilidad dahil alam niyang marami ang natutulungan sa kanyang ginagawa.

Marami pang pangarap si Analyn para sa kanilang pamilya. Isa na rito ay ang pagkakaroon ng sariling bahay at negosyo at ang mapagtapos ang kanilang mga anak. Hinahangad din ni Analyn na magpatuloy pa ang programa dahil tunay nga na marami ang natutulungan nito. Ang tanging payo lamang niya sa mga nasa programa pa rin hanggang ngayon ay ang gamitin ang natatanggap na grants kung saan man ito nararapat. Ang matalinong paggamit nito ay syang magiging daan sa mas matiwasay na buhay. Sa ngayon, masasabi niyang kaya na nilang tustusang mag-asawa ang pangangailangan ng kanilang pamilya. “Binigyan ako ng programa ng tiwala sa sarili, tiwala na kaya ko na mapagtapos naming mag-asawa ang aming mga anak”. Ito ang huling pahayag ni Analyn Quilong-quilong sa naging interview sa kanya. Bagama’t alam niyang marami pang pagsubok ang kanilang pagdadaanan, naniniwala naman siyang ang mahabaging Diyos ang patuloy na gagabay sa kanilang pamilya at ang bawat pangarap nila ay matutupad sa tamang panahon hangga’t pag-ibig at pagkaka-isa ang nangingibabaw sa kanilang pamilya.

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DSWD-NCR joins the Fight to Stop Abuse against Elders

In the observance of the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD), the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), in partnership with the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) and Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA) of Valenzuela City, participated on the pursuit for the awareness on abuse happening to Senior Citizens on June 8, 2018.

The activity was participated by representatives from the two pilot barangays in Valenzuela City; Barangay Malinta and Barangay Ugong, the LGU – Valenzuela City, OSCA staffs, CHO staffs, PNP staffs, DSWD – Central Office, DSWD – NCR, DILG staffs, NGOs, Senior Citizens Organization, City Councilor from the Committee of Senior Citizen and other member of the community.

Elder Abuse also called “elder mistreatment”, “senior abuse”, “abuse of older adults”, or “abuse in later life”; is a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes harm or distress to an older person. It includes harms by people the older person knows, or have a relationship with, such as a spouse, partner or family member, a friend or people that the older person relies on for services.

The search for Mr. and Ms. Ambassador and Ambassadress against Elder Abuse was one of the highlights of the celebration. This aims to determine the level of awareness of the Senior Citizens thyself on the possible abuse happening with and around them.  It also aims to advocate the community on how to prevent and take actions on Elder Abuse as well as be aware of their rights in the community. An ambassador and ambassadress will be crowned and hailed and their main responsibility is to promote and advocate the program during campaign for the replication to other cities and regions.

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Building a Sanctuary beside an Estuary

Who in the world would think that building a garden in a highly urbanized place like Makati is possible? Tatay Dionisio Morales, a seventy-five-year-old solo parent who has a degree in Agriculture and a member of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program believed that the benefits of city-based agriculture go far beyond nutrition.

Residing near a creek located at Barangay Southside, Makati City that hosts several historical tourist sites like Philippine Army Museum and American Cemetery, Tatay Dionisio proved that there are no boundaries in urban gardening

Going to Tatay Dionisio’s garden is a challenge because you have to literally climb a fence right beside an estuary. However, once you see it you will be amazed by how passionate he is to raise fruits and vegetables of different kinds­­— gabi, ampalaya, malunggay, saging, patola, kamatis, talbos ng kamote, talong, sili, kangkong, sigarilyas, okra, sitaw, kamoteng kahoy, alugbati, pechay and saluyot.  “Hindi mo aakalaing nasa Makati ka,” shared by one of the visitors.

He is one of the Pantawid members who had undergone Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan (KSK) training by SM Foundation. The said training was organized by a church who also provided participants with a lot where they can temporarily use to plant. However, after a few months, they were informed that they need to vacate the area since it will be occupied soon. So Mang Dionisio had to think of other ways on how he will continue to grow his own plants.

“Habang pauwi ako noon sa bahay nakakita ako ng gabi. Doon ako nakaisip nang paraan kung paano ko ipagpapatuloy ang pagtatanim,” he narrates. He managed to borrow a knife and a sock of rice. He then took ten (10) pieces of gabi and brought to his house. He believes that there is nothing to lose if he will try to grow this plant. When he arrived home, he immediately started to cultivate the side of the estero. He removed the unwanted plants and throw out all the trash he collected. After the cleaning, he started planting gabi.

After how many weeks of nurturing the plant, he noticed that the gabi leaves are already growing. He doubled his effort to maintain his mini garden. He thought that he can earn money by growing gabi and he was correct after all. He is now harvesting 2 socks of gabi leaves every harvest time. He asked help from his children to sell this leaves in public market. After spending a week in the public market, Tatay Dionisio was disheartened because no one is giving attention to his crops. He had no choice but to bargain it, instead of selling it for 200 pesos he sold it for 150 pesos.

Tatay Dionisio felt loss because of bargaining his crops. But he did not give up; instead it served as a lesson and motivation for him to continue his gardening activities. He is a member of Dating Daan, a religious radio and television program in the Philippines produced by the Members of the Church of God International. He grabbed the opportunity to promote and sell his produce to his church companions.

He decided to sell it for twenty pesos per bundle. Dionisio felt glad because of the positive response from the consumers. There is also a particular eatery where he supplies gabi leaves.  His income serves as his means to purchase other seeds that can be added to his garden. As a way of giving back, he also shares some of his harvested crops to his neighbors.

Tatay Dionisio finds gardening helpful since it provides him with a source of income and a venue to apply what he learned from his Agriculture degree. He also expressed his sentiments during the beginning, “Hindi madaling magtanim kapag hindi mapag mahal sa kapaligiran ang mga nakatira sa paligid mo.”  But it did not stop Tatay Dionisio to continue his passion. He believes that nurturing the environment can help reduce the pollution and make the surrounding a better place to live in.

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I Survive (The Story of Ma. Antonieth Cipriano )

Ms. Cipriano (in yellow shirt) gamely poses for a picture with her children

I survive, kahit walang sumusuporta sa akin, pinansyal, emosyonal, made-depress ka pag hindi ka stable.”  Ms. Ma. Antonieth Cipriano became a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and now a proud mother after overcoming the challenges of being a solo parent dealing with the reality of poverty in our country.

BEFORE PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM

Ms. Cipriano resides at Kaunlaran Village, Navotas City, and a graduate of B.S Customs at Philippine Maritime Institute (PMI). Her educational attainment did not exempt her from the realities of poverty. She worked at a shipping company for seven (7) years and struggled to find a regular occupation from 2008-2012. Adding to the struggles of looking for a regular occupation are the challenges of being a solo parent. She is a solo parent for 17 years to her three (3) children Maria Renz Cipriano (21), Rallion Antonio Cipriano (18), and Rohan Cipriano (16) she described herself in this stage as a “Worrying Mother”, worrying about how she will raise her children and provide their daily needs most especially in the aspect of education. Due to financial difficulties, she openly shared that there were times where she asked her children to miss school for a day because she can’t afford to provide money for their school expenses. She also recalled the moment when she asked her eldest child to stop schooling for a while because it was the only solution she thought that time to alleviate their situation. In both cases, her children refused and cried at her, a moment that breaks her heart as a mother.

PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM MEMBER

Ms. Ma. Antonieth became a member of Pantawid Pamilya for four (4) years and her two (2) younger children were her grantees. She immediately became a parent leader and according to her, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program provided a lot of opportunities for their family. She highlighted the great contribution of the program in terms of developing self growth and awareness through Family Development Sessions. According to her, she learned a lot during seminars and trainings that she applies every day and uses her experiences as a former beneficiary to intervene to the current beneficiaries of the program as Social Welfare Assistant (SWA). The cash provision might be small but, it was a great help especially when you don’t have any source of income, she added. They lived at her parents’ house which is also at Navotas City and rented their previous house, they spend the rental payments for their daily necessities and budget the cash provided by the program on her children’s education. While a Pantawid Pamilya member, she applied for a part-time job at DSWD as SWDI enumerator and became part of the team that conducts targeting that time. She later applied for Social Welfare Assistant (SWA) position at DSWD-NCR. For four (4) years of being part of the program, it gives her the chance to fulfill her dreams for her children – finish their education. Thus, she spent the cash grants on her children’s education especially because she saw their determination to finish their studies. Because of the program, she learned to tap other possible source of services or link her children to those services that could help them especially in the aspect of medical and educational needs.

“Kase minsan madedepress ka pag nakita mo yung ibang nanay na solo parent hindi niya makitang matapos yung mga anak niya.” This became an inspiration for Ms. Ma. Antonieth to do her best in order for her children to finish their studies whatever it takes for the benefit of their future.

According to her, Family Development Sessions also contributed to her role as a solo parent mother for her children, she became aware of their rights and the different child and youth laws. Aside from that, it kept them busy on something productive and self-developing activities instead of wasting their time gossiping or playing bingo on their community, she added.

POST PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM/SOCIAL WELFARE ASSISTANT

After being part of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, for almost four (4) years, Ms. Ma. Antonieth later on applied for a SWA position which is according to her was her own decision for her to continuously attend the needs of her family. She is now working as SWA of Operations Office 2 for two (2) years. Her biggest achievement is that she was able to have her eldest daughter finished her college years and is now working. Next year, her second child is about to finish his college years taking up Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in Mathematics, while her youngest child still has a long way to go as a Grade 12 student.

When asked about her present job as a Social Welfare Assistant, she responds, “Mas maraming responsibility bilang SWA pero financially stable na, kinakaya ko na all by myself.” She described herself in this stage as a “Proud Mother” from the “Worrying Mother” she labeled herself before she became part of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. The only thing that she still hope for is a stable job to still support her family, she now believe that whatever challenge or struggles that will come, “we will survive.”

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DSWD-NCR participates in the Urban Poor Day Celebration

DSWD-NCR staff together with Ms. Edna J. Sacedor, Assistant Regional Director for Operations as they received the Certificate of Commitment during the Urban Poor Day

The Pantawid Pamilya and Sustainable Livelihood staff attending to the queries of the participants

The Department of Social Welfare and Development- National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) joins the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP) in commemorating the Urban Poor Day on May 26, 2018 at Camarin D Elementary School, Caloocan City with the theme: “Maralitang Tagalungsod, Para sa iyo Biyaya ng Pagbabago.” Almost 4000 urban poor members participated in this event along with different National Government Agencies (NGAs).

This initiative aims to directly interact with and immediately provide to the urban poor the services they need. DSWD-NCR set a helpdesk where participants can raise their queries regarding Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (PPPP) and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP). Most of the concerns raised about Pantawid Pamilya are the process on how to become a member and the grants current members are receiving. All queries raised are accommodated and recorded by the Cluster Grievance Officers together with the City Links of North Caloocan.  On the other hand, SLP staff explained to the participants how to avail the livelihood assistance that can be provided by the Department.

National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC)offers free massage for all

In the same event, students from the National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) offers free massage for all. In addition, Foster Care Section and the Community Based Services Section are also present in the event to inform the public with the other programs and services of the Department and the necessary requirements to be submitted in order to qualify.

Lastly, other NGAs also initiated wellness activities to the urban poor such as feeding program, dental check-up, free detox and hair-cut, zumba, martial arts, provision of vitamins, legal counsel, among others.

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Malasakit sa Kapwa, Malasakit sa Publiko

Hindi na bago sa isang ahensya na merong mga manggagawa na lumalabas ang pagka competitive para makamit ng mas mataas na grado sa kanilang performance evaluation at hindi din nakakagulat na mayroong mga kawani ng gobyerno na hindi lamang ang kanilang pang personal na evaluation ang iniisip kundi ang buong performance ng programa.

Isa sa mga kawani ng gobyerno na patunay dito ay si G. Carlo Sotto, isang City Link ng Regular Conditional Cash Transfer (RCCT) ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid Pamilya) sa lungsod ng Caloocan. Siya ay tatlong taon na bilang City Link at siya ay kasalukuyang Assistant CAT Team Leader ng South Caloocan.

Naipakita ni G. Sotto sa pamamagitan ng kanyang paglikha ng isang sistema na naging benepisyal sa kanya, sa kanyang mga kasamahan at sa mga benepisyaryong hinahawakan. Ang sistemang ito ay kanyang nalikha dahil sa kanyang imahinasyon at sa kagustuhan nya na matiyak ang mga benepisyaryong nanganagilangan ng updating ay ang kanilang nabibigyan ng pansin at mapabilis ang proseso nito.

Ang sistemang kanyang nilikha ay ginamitan ni G. Sotto ng mga datos na ibinibigay ng kanyang Beneficiary Data Management (BDM) at Compliance Verification (CV) Coordinators na kanyang ipinagbangga upang maipalabas kung sinu-sino ang mga batang benepisyaryong nangangailangan ng updates upang sa gayon ang kanilang sambahayan ay makatanggap ng tamang grants at dahil din dito nabawasan ang paulit-ulit na pagsasaayos ng mga datos ng mga benepisyaryo.

Ang nilikhang ito ni G. Sotto ay kanyang ibinahagi sa kanyang mga kasamahan sa Operations Office 6 at ito ay nakatulong sa kanilang updating; itinuro ni G. Sotto ito sa kanyang mga kasamahan, kung paano gawin at ipinaintindi din nya sa mga kasamahan ang epekto at kahalagahan nito sa kanila bilang mga City Link, sa kanilang Operations Office at higit sa lahat sa kanilang mga benepisyaryo. Noong nakaraang General Assembly ng Pantawid Pamilya, nakamit ng kanilang Operations Office ang Highest Number of Updates on No School (MCCT and RCCT) isang patunay na naging epektibo ang ginawa ni G. Sotto.

Ibinahagi ng kanyang Area Coordinator at pinatotohanan ng kanyang Social Welfare Officer III ang determinasyon at ang makalingang karakter ni G. Sotto. Kanilang ibinahagi na maliban sa pagkilala sa kanya bilang isa sa mga Best City Link at isa sa Top 10 sa retooling exam noong General Assembly ng Pantawid Pamilya ay kinilala din siya ng kanilang Operations Office bilang Most Innovative Staff. Naibahagi din ng kanyang BDM Coordinator ang sipag at angkin galing ni G. Sotto sa pagkilala ng kanyang mga datos at kung ano ang dapat gawin dito. Ibinahagi din nila na hindi madamot si G. Sotto sa kanyang kaalaman, sa makatuwid ay kapag merong nagugulumihanan sa kanyang mga kasamahan, siya ang matyagang nagpapaliwanag ng mga maaaring at pwedeng gawin na naaayon sa mga polisiya at guidelines ng programa.

Ito ay nagpapakita na si G. Sotto ay isang kapuri-puring kawani ng gobyerno na handang maglingkod at tumulong sa bayan at sa mga kasamahan. Isa syang ehemplo na ang pagiging magaling ay hindi lamang masusukat sa mga puntos o grado na makikita sa evaluation, o sa galing na iyong ipinamamalas para sa iyong mga pinaglilingkuran. Ito ay makikita din sa kung paano ka makitungo sa mga kasamahan mo, isa itong patunay sa katagang, “isa para sa lahat at lahat para sa isa.” Higit sa lahat ay kanyang naipakita na tunay na maganda ang kabayaran na matatanggap ng isang tao na nagpapamalas ng serbisyong may malasakit sa kanyang pinaglilingkuran at sa kanyang mga kasamahan.

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