Benepisyong pangkalusugan, ramdam na ng mahihirap

“Noong Abril 2014 ay nagkasakit ang aking asawa dahil sa komplikasyon sa kidney, wala kaming pera pampagamot at maraming kailangan bilhin para sa pag-aaral ng mga anak ko…at noong na-confine siya sa Kidney Center, tinanong ako sa information desk kung may PhilHealth daw ba ako, ang sagot ko ay meron dahil Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary ako…” buong pagmamalaking ibinahagi ni Merilyn Buhisan, 55 taong gulang, sa ginanap na Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting ng Quezon City noong March 20, 2015.

Bagama’t pumanaw na ang kanyang asawa noong Disyembre 2014, naaalala pa rin ni Merilyn kung paano nakatulong ang pagiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa kanyang pamilya upang hindi maging mabigat para sa kanila ang pagpapagamot ng kanyang asawa.

“Ang bill namin sa National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) noon ay umabot sa P85,000 at sa kabutihang palad, dahil kasama sa aming pagiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya ang maging myembro din ng PhilHealth, lahat ng bill namin ay sinagot ng PhilHealth,” dagdag ni Merilyn

Ngayon, mag-isang itinataguyod ni Merilyn ang pag-aaral ng kanyang mga anak na  edad 14  at 16 taong gulang sa pamamagitan ng pagtitinda ng almusal at meryenda tulad ng pansit, lugaw, spaghetti, champorado, sopas, lumpia at bananaque. Kasabay nito, masaya rin siyang naglilingkod bilang Parent Leader ng mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa kanilang komunidad.

Ayon kay Merilyn, hindi niya malilimutan ang malaking tulong na naibahagi sa kanyang pamilya ng mga panahong bukod sa pinansyal ay hirap din siyang tanggapin na ang kanyang kabiyak ay nahaharap sa malubhang karamdaman.

Bilang partner ng DSWD, nagpatupad ang Department of Health (DOH) ng regulasyong nagsasali sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya, bilang natukoy na mahirap ng Listahanan, sa serbisyong pangkalusugan ng PhilHealth.

Dahil dito, kabilang ang pamilya ni Merilyn sa mga nakinabang sa nasabing benepisyong pangkalusugan na bukod sa buwanang check-up sa health center, ay  nagdulot din ng magandang pagbabago sa kanyang pamilya bilang benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya.

Ayon pa sa kanya, “Sa ngayon, ramdam ko na nabigyan na talaga ng pansin ang mahihirap…kasi dati para sa akin, ang pagpapagamot sa ospital at pagpapacheck up ay para lamang sa mayayaman… mali pala.”

Ang pamilya ni Merilyn ay kabilang sa 245, 628 benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa Metro Manila na patuloy na minomonitor sa kondisyong pang-edukasyon at pangkalusugan sa ilalim ng programa. Ang mga benepisyaryong ito ay kasalukuyan ding miyembro ng PhilHealth at nakikinabang sa serbisyong pangkalusugan at maging sa edukasyon ng iba’t-ibang ahensiya ng pamahalaan.###

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Benepisyong pangkalusugan, ramdam na ng mahihirap

meryl buhisan“Noong Abril 2014 ay nagkasakit ang aking asawa dahil sa komplikasyon sa kidney, wala kaming pera pampagamot at maraming kailangan bilhin para sa pag-aaral ng mga anak ko…at noong na-confine siya sa Kidney Center, tinanong ako sa information desk kung may PhilHealth daw ba ako, ang sagot ko ay meron dahil Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary ako…” buong pagmamalaking ibinahagi ni Merilyn Buhisan, 55 taong gulang, sa ginanap na Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting ng Quezon City noong March 20, 2015.

Bagama’t pumanaw na ang kanyang asawa noong Disyembre 2014, naaalala pa rin ni Merilyn kung paano nakatulong ang pagiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa kanyang pamilya upang hindi maging mabigat para sa kanila ang pagpapagamot ng kanyang asawa.

“Ang bill namin sa National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) noon ay umabot sa P85,000 at sa kabutihang palad, dahil kasama sa aming pagiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya ang maging myembro din ng PhilHealth, lahat ng bill namin ay sinagot ng PhilHealth,” dagdag ni Merilyn

Ngayon, mag-isang itinataguyod ni Merilyn ang pag-aaral ng kanyang mga anak na  edad 14  at 16 taong gulang sa pamamagitan ng pagtitinda ng almusal at meryenda tulad ng pansit, lugaw, spaghetti, champorado, sopas, lumpia at bananaque. Kasabay nito, masaya rin siyang naglilingkod bilang Parent Leader ng mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa kanilang komunidad.

Ayon kay Merilyn, hindi niya malilimutan ang malaking tulong na naibahagi sa kanyang pamilya ng mga panahong bukod sa pinansyal ay hirap din siyang tanggapin na ang kanyang kabiyak ay nahaharap sa malubhang karamdaman.

Bilang partner ng DSWD, nagpatupad ang Department of Health (DOH) ng regulasyong nagsasali sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya, bilang natukoy na mahirap ng Listahanan, sa serbisyong pangkalusugan ng PhilHealth.

Dahil dito, kabilang ang pamilya ni Merilyn sa mga nakinabang sa nasabing benepisyong pangkalusugan na bukod sa buwanang check-up sa health center, ay  nagdulot din ng magandang pagbabago sa kanyang pamilya bilang benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya.

Ayon pa sa kanya, “Sa ngayon, ramdam ko na nabigyan na talaga ng pansin ang mahihirap…kasi dati para sa akin, ang pagpapagamot sa ospital at pagpapacheck up ay para lamang sa mayayaman… mali pala.”

Ang pamilya ni Merilyn ay kabilang sa 245, 628 benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa Metro Manila na patuloy na minomonitor sa kondisyong pang-edukasyon at pangkalusugan sa ilalim ng programa. Ang mga benepisyaryong ito ay kasalukuyan ding miyembro ng PhilHealth at nakikinabang sa serbisyong pangkalusugan at maging sa edukasyon ng iba’t-ibang ahensiya ng pamahalaan.###

 

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DSWD to train 3,274 staff for second family assessment

To ensure the successful conduct of the second family assessment in Metro Manila, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) will provide intensive trainings to some 3,274 project-based staff who would facilitate the implementation of the project.

During the trainings, participants will have knowledge on the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) or Listahanan, an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are in the country.

They will gain understanding on its rationale, background and objectives, among others.

Most importantly, they will be equipped with the necessary skill on how they will perform their assigned roles and responsibilities. They will also learn how to respond to the possible circumstances that may arise during assessment.

“The project is very significant to all social protection programs’ stakeholders. Thus, we would like to reassure that our Field Office staff are competent enough to facilitate it,” expressed Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan.

Meanwhile, Bonoan shared that these staff will not be deployed to their area of residence to ensure objectivity of the project.

In the National Capital Region, the DSWD targets to assess some 1.2 million families who are in need of social protection programs and services. ###

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DSWD to train 3,274 staff for second family assessment

To ensure the successful conduct of the second family assessment in Metro Manila, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) will provide intensive trainings to some 3,274 project-based staff who would facilitate the implementation of the project.

During the trainings, participants will have knowledge on the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) or Listahanan, an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are in the country.

They will gain understanding on its rationale, background and objectives, among others.

Most importantly, they will be equipped with the necessary skill on how they will perform their assigned roles and responsibilities. They will also learn how to respond to the possible circumstances that may arise during assessment.

“The project is very significant to all social protection programs’ stakeholders. Thus, we would like to reassure that our Field Office staff are competent enough to facilitate it,” expressed Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan.

Meanwhile, Bonoan shared that these staff will not be deployed to their area of residence to ensure objectivity of the project.

In the National Capital Region, the DSWD targets to assess some 1.2 million families who are in need of social protection programs and services. ###

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DSWD-NCR launches the Oplan Balik Bahay Sagip Buhay (OBBSB) project

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region launched the Oplan Balik Bahay Sagip Buhay (OBBSB) project which aims to comprehensively address the prevalence of children, unattached individuals and families at-risk on the streets, during the press briefing held on May 7, 2015 in Pasay City.

“DSWD-NCR is targeting a total of 3, 500 street families to be removed from the streets who shall receive a package of educational, health, shelter and livelihood assistance in preparation for their community reintegration,” Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan shared during the activity.

The pilot areas for the OBBSB implementation in Metro Manila are the cities of Manila and Quezon where high incidence of street dwellings were recorded in the April 2013 rapid appraisal conducted by DSWD-NCR.

Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR admits the fact that addressing the concern of street dwellings cannot be handled solely by the Department, thus, ongoing coordination with multi-stakeholders was being conducted to solidify convergence effort in the implementation of the project.

“We acknowledge the participation of Local Government Units (LGUs), BLGUs, National Government Agencies (NGAs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Business Organizations, Private Sectors, Academe and Faith-Based Organizations who expressed commitment and support in implementing this comprehensive project for the street dweller,” Dir. Bonoan emphasized.

Further, Director Bonoan calls the participation of the public especially the netizens, to report street dweller incidence through the @savestreetkids twitter account, to intensify the reach-out operation mechanism of the project.

As a sign of support, Manila City Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada signed the Manila City’s Executive Order No. 10 Series of 2015 or an order creating the Manila Task Force on street dwellers wherein Manila Department of Social Welfare headed by Dr. Maria Sheilah H. Lacuna – Pangan will be the secretariat in crafting a detailed plan for the management of street dwellers in the said city.

Among the target recipients of this project are the beneficiaries of Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) to sustain the assistance of the Department in the education and health of the families and eventually mainstream them to the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) also known as Pantawid Pamilya program.

obbsbmnila_aSanevith Sanelila, MCCT-HSF beneficiary from Tondo, Manila City shared during the activity on how the program brought impressive changes to her family as she said with teary eyes:

“Dati, nakatira kame sa bangketa katabi ng estro, walang bahay, hinuhuli kame ng MMDA kaya aalis kame sa papag na higaan namin. Lagi ring nabu-bully sa school ang mga anak ko dahil wala kameng bahay… napakababa ng tingin sa amin at wala kameng respetong nakukuha kahit kanino man… ngayong MCCT-HSF beneficiary na kame, ‘di na pala absent ang anak ko at napapacheck up ko na sila sa health center. Hindi na rin sila binu-bully at natuto akong humarap sa tao dahil may bahay na kame, hindi na ako nanliliit kapag tinitignan kame ng tao.”###

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DSWD-NCR exhibits transparency during the payout activity

With the representatives from the LGU of Taguig and two (2) CSOs namely Light House Christian Community and Alliance of God’s Servants in Taguig Inc. (AGSTI), the Department of Social Welfare and Development –National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) shared how Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries claim their cash grants in an over-the-counter (OTC) setup during the DSWD-led payout activity on April 30, 2015 at Taguig City University .

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan facilitated the presentation from the validation stage to the distribution of cash grants where representatives from AGSTI, Light House Christian Community and Mr. Rodolfo D. del Rosario Jr., Branch Manager of PhilHeath NCR-South, personally witnessed the process flow.

“The amount to be distributed by the conduits shall always be based on the compliance of the beneficiaries in the program’s conditionalities that is why the City Links are always present during the payout activity for validation. This also shows that the Department’s conduits are the direct distributor of the cash grants wherein for this activity, it is JVNATCCO and Globe G-cash,” Bonoan explained.

A total of 854 partner-beneficiaries from the said city claimed their grants. While lining up for the release of their cash grants, beneficiaries availed the services offered by DSWD, CSOs, partner NGAs, and other trained beneficiaries.

Among the services offered during the activity were eye check-up by QC Eye Specialist, scholarship for students by Charity First Foundation, free haircut courtesy of the trained Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, seedlings distributed by Department of Agriculture, and 10 ‘KumainMents’ fan and flyers from DOH, among others.

Further, food items prepared by the Self-Employment Assistance –Kaunlaran (SEA-K) associations who availed the capital assistance under the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the Department, were also displayed and sold.

Orientation on various social protection programs and services such as the DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program, Social Pension, 2nd Household Assessment by Listahanan, Disaster Awareness/ Preparedness and PhilHealth and Red Cross membership and services were also held during the activity.

Also, six (6) Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries shared their stories on how the program helped them attain positive changes in their lives which they did not expect to happen.

Among those who gave a testimony is Marisel Pena, 38 years old, who after being elected as Parent Leader of the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in their community at Brgy. Ususan, Taguig City in January 2011 and availed the SEA-K capital assistance of SLP, she left her job as ‘Jueteng-bettor” and instead earned an income by selling rice cake named “inutak.”

“Ngayon ay marangal na kameng naghahanap-buhay sa tulong ng Pantawid Pamilya at SLP ng DSWD na nagbigay ng pagkakataon sa amin upang mabago ang aming buhay at hindi manahin ng aking mga anak ang nagisnan nilang trabaho namin noon na nagpapataya ng Jueteng,” Marisel narrated with her teary eyes.

As of April 24, 2015, Metro Manila has 234, 836 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who are being monitored for health and education compliance for them to receive their respective cash grants.###

 

 

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DSWD-NCR conducts payout activity in partnership with CSO, LGU

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) in partnership with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Taguig LGU, conducts an unusual payout activity for 1,136 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in the said city, today.

Unlike with the previous scenario during payout wherein beneficiaries are patiently waiting in line for the release of their cash grants, mentioned number of beneficiaries for today’s payout have availed services offered by DSWD, CSOs and other partner-beneficiaries.

Among the services offered during the activity were eye check-up by QC Eye Specialist, scholarship for students by Charity First Foundation and free haircut courtesy of the trained Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, among others.

Orientation on various social protection programs and services such as the DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program, Social Pension, 2nd Household Assessment by Listahanan, Disaster Awareness/ Preparedness and PhilHealth and Red Cross membership and services were also held in the 1st part of the activity.

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan emphasized that aside from the service caravan, some beneficiaries also shared their testimonial regarding the changes in their lives brought by the Pantawid Pamilya program.

“They themselves as beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya served as living proof on how the program works in their lives, thus, their stories are the most effective tool in advocating that positive changes may also happen to their fellow beneficiaries,” Bonoan said.

The activity also became an opportunity for the CSOs and media partners to personally witness how the cash grants were distributed to the beneficiaries in an over-the-counter (OTC) setup.

Further, the transparency of the Department regarding the payout activity which showcased the area of mobilization as “Bantay” among the invited CSOs, was also featured in the activity.

This kind of payout activity will be replicated during the OTCs in other areas of Metro Manila to produce a productive day during the payout of their cash grants that the beneficiaries are not only waiting, but also gaining knowledge and availing services that they do not encounter everyday. ###

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DOTA no more for a Pantawid Pamilya youth

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In front of almost 700 Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leaders from Manila City who gathered at a forum on April 24, 2015 which was led by International Holistic Engagement for Life and Progress (I-HELP), a CSO partner of DSWD-NCR in conducting Family Development Session (FDS) to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, Emmanuel confidently shared his story of change.

“Dati akong laman ng kalsada o computer shop at laging kasama ang barkada sa paghahamon ng away at pustahan pagdating sa paglalaro ng Defense of the Ancient (DOTA),” said Emmanuel.

The 16-year old incoming college freshman testified how the Pantawid Pamilya program of DSWD in partnership with a Civil Society Organization (CSO) named as I-HELP brought remarkable values formation to him personally.

As a youth of the computer age, it is really hard for Emmanuel John P. Ilagan to prevent himself from engaging in said activities which he first thought was good for him. Fortunantely, the time came that he lost interest in playing DOTA and putting up a fight with his friends.

“Isang beses ay nag-invite po ang Filipino Christian Church sa mga umaattend ng FDS na yung anak daw nila ay maaaring sumama sa kanilang Youth Fellowship at ayun po ang nagdulot ng magandang pagababago sa aking buhay; napakalaking pagbabago po sa aking pagkatao,” he emphasized.

Emmanuel also shared how their cash grants from Pantawid Pamilya program helped him and his siblings on health and education. Further, he pointed out that the attendance of her mother in FDS encouraged him to be a youth leader now in their church and he is currently handling three (3) disciples.

Now, Emmanuel will study in Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) and will take up Bachelor of Arts in Filipinology.no more dota 2

Aside from the financial aspect of his family, Emmanuel recognized how the DSWD and I-HELP developed and facilitated his family to change holistically. As to him, “maganda talaga ang FDS dahil yun po ang nagdadala ng kaalamang ‘di nauubos… bukod po dito, kapag ugali at pananaw sa buhay ang nagbago, mas makakayanan po ng Filipino ang tumawid sa kaunlaran.”

Meanwhile, CSO focal person Director Roy Calfoforo in the Office of the DSWD Secretary encourages the Parent Leaders during the forum to further show to the public how the program works in their lives, as they are the living testimony of the benefits of the program.

Emmanuel’s family was included in the program in 2011 and is among the 234, 836 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries as of April 24, 2015 in Metro Manila, who are receiving cash grants based on their compliance to health and education conditionalities. .###

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