DSWD-NCR program beneficiaries participate in the 116th Independence Day celebration

Beneficiaries of the Department of Social Welfare and Development –National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) under the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) participated in the ‘Government Programs and Services Exhibit’ held recently at Luneta Park, in celebration of the 116th Philippine Independence Day.

The exhibit aimed to bring the basic services of the different government agencies and organizations to the public. It also showcased the accomplishments of each participating agency. Overall, 35 government agencies and organizations participated in the said exhibit which was led by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).

Among the beneficiaries was Ms. Grace Ferrer, 38 years old, whose family has been a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya program since 2008. She has also availed capital assistance under the SLP’s Self-Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran (SEA-K) in 2012.

Grace Ferrer while selling her homemade peanut butter.

Grace Ferrer while selling her homemade peanut butter.

Grace, together with her husband, Anthony, 38 years old and a pedicab driver are now living in Baseco, Manila with their children aged 18, 16, 15, 12, 11 and 7 months. They used the seed capital in the business of selling peanut butter where they earn Php700.00 for every 5 kilos of peanuts that they cook and sell.

Meanwhile, the most patronized product in the DSWD booth were the different varieties of eggs sold by Ms. Jesusana Moya, 44 years old, from Pateros and whose family is a SEA-K beneficiary. They received P5,000.00 seed capital in 2008 which was immediately returned in 2009 from the proceeds in vending steamed duck, quail and salted eggs.

Jesusana explains to a customer how the taste of salted and duck eggs from Pateros differ from similar eggs in other places.

Jesusana explains to a customer how the taste of salted and duck eggs from Pateros differ from similar eggs in other places.

According to Jesusana, their small business augments the salary of her taxi driver husband, Dennis, 43 years old. It also enabled her to support the education of her five (5) children.

Aside from Grace and Jesusana, four (4) other SEA-K beneficiaries participated in the exhibit wherein various products were displayed and sold, such as crocheted bags made of disposable plastic bags, “alpombra” slippers, raw mango, bananaque and other snacks and bottled beverages. ### (DSWD-NCR Social Marketing Office, June 19, 2014)

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DSWD-NCR holds first Social Welfare and Development forum for 2014

The DSWD Field Office – NCR recently held the first SWAD forum for the first semester entitled “Paghahanda sa 7.2 m Lindol sa NCR: A Magnitude of Conversations.” The forum assessed the preparedness of the Field Office to handle a 7.2 magnitude earthquake through the experiences gathered from the disaster response to typhoon Yolanda.

The said forum was used as a new method of data gathering called “the art of hosting.” It is a technique where there is no resource person to discuss a specific topic. Instead, the “host” culls out all the necessary information from the participants using conversational means.

To begin this method, it is very important for the host to have a set of powerful questions or those that are answerable by procedures and reason. During the discussion, the host may ask questions answerable either by facts or information. Using this method, there are overarching intentions instead of objectives, which is more of an informal kind of symposium.

The forum was attended by 74 participants, such as division chiefs, heads of centers and residential care facilities, and other staff from the units and sections of the Field Office. It was a first in many aspects, that for one, it was the first time the art of hosting method was used by the region as a means to gather data. Another first – it was the first time that disaster response was discussed as a main topic in a SWAD forum. ###

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DSWD-NCR holds first Social Welfare and Development forum for 2014

The DSWD Field Office – NCR recently held the first SWAD forum for the first semester entitled “Paghahanda sa 7.2 m Lindol sa NCR: A Magnitude of Conversations.” The forum assessed the preparedness of the Field Office to handle a 7.2 magnitude earthquake through the experiences gathered from the disaster response to typhoon Yolanda.

The said forum was used as a new method of data gathering called “the art of hosting.” It is a technique where there is no resource person to discuss a specific topic. Instead, the “host” culls out all the necessary information from the participants using conversational means.

To begin this method, it is very important for the host to have a set of powerful questions or those that are answerable by procedures and reason. During the discussion, the host may ask questions answerable either by facts or information. Using this method, there are overarching intentions instead of objectives, which is more of an informal kind of symposium.

The forum was attended by 74 participants, such as division chiefs, heads of centers and residential care facilities, and other staff from the units and sections of the Field Office. It was a first in many aspects, that for one, it was the first time the art of hosting method was used by the region as a means to gather data. Another first – it was the first time that disaster response was discussed as a main topic in a SWAD forum. ###

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World Bank officials visit Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Taguig City

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) supported the World Bank officials who visited Barangay Sta. Ana, Taguig City recently. The visit was part of the World Bank mission which aims to assess the impact of the Pantawid Pamilya program in the area.

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan first oriented the World Bank officials on the status of implementation of the Pantawid Pamilya program in Taguig City and this gave them an overview on how the program works in the said locality.

Photo above shows (from left) Mr. Shinchiru Kurasawa, the World Bank Advisor for Japan, Mr. Hideaki Suzuki the World Bank Executive Director for Japan, DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan, Ms. Sashka Posarac, the World Bank Country Sector Coordinator of Human Development Team in Manila and two (2) grantees namely: Ms. Annaliza Nipas and Ms. Ma. Cristina Milado, while having a group discussion about the program.

World Bank officials were pleased to learn that Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries whom they interviewed are saving a part of the proceeds from the small-scale business they put-up thru the capital resource provided to them under the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the Department.

Among the beneficiaries who participated in the group discussion is Ms. Hilda Lilang, 37 years old and a mother or four (4) children. She shared that she is using a piggy bank which was a gift from her son in saving small amount of the proceeds from her small business of frozen meat which she put up from the SEA-K capital seed fund.

Ms. Sashka Posarac handed a Php20 bill to Ms. Hilda Lilang which she requested to be placed inside the latter’s piggy bank.

Ms. Sashka Posarac handed a Php20 bill to Ms. Hilda Lilang which she requested to be placed inside the latter’s piggy bank.

Since January this year, DSWD-NCR has provided capital assistance to 84 SEA-K associations in Metro Manila composed of 1,560 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in the amount of P11,346,200.00. ###

 

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World Bank officials visit Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Taguig City

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) supported the World Bank officials who visited Barangay Sta. Ana, Taguig City recently. The visit was part of the World Bank mission which aims to assess the impact of the Pantawid Pamilya program in the area.

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan first oriented the World Bank officials on the status of implementation of the Pantawid Pamilya program in Taguig City and this gave them an overview on how the program works in the said locality.

Photo above shows (from left) Mr. Shinchiru Kurasawa, the World Bank Advisor for Japan, Mr. Hideaki Suzuki the World Bank Executive Director for Japan, DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan, Ms. Sashka Posarac, the World Bank Country Sector Coordinator of Human Development Team in Manila and two (2) grantees namely: Ms. Annaliza Nipas and Ms. Ma. Cristina Milado, while having a group discussion about the program.

World Bank officials were pleased to learn that Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries whom they interviewed are saving a part of the proceeds from the small-scale business they put-up thru the capital resource provided to them under the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the Department.

Among the beneficiaries who participated in the group discussion is Ms. Hilda Lilang, 37 years old and a mother or four (4) children. She shared that she is using a piggy bank which was a gift from her son in saving small amount of the proceeds from her small business of frozen meat which she put up from the SEA-K capital seed fund.

Ms. Sashka Posarac handed a Php20 bill to Ms. Hilda Lilang which she requested to be placed inside the latter’s piggy bank.

Ms. Sashka Posarac handed a Php20 bill to Ms. Hilda Lilang which she requested to be placed inside the latter’s piggy bank.

Since January this year, DSWD-NCR has provided capital assistance to 84 SEA-K associations in Metro Manila composed of 1,560 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in the amount of P11,346,200.00. ###

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Pulling “ingrowns” out of their lives

Analyn Atienza, 35 years old, untiringly pushes out the ingrown nails of her customers every day in the middle of the busy streets in Western Bicutan, Taguig City so that she will have additional income, aside from the proceeds from their sari-sari store.

Analyn’s family is among the 8,004 beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya program in Taguig City who, since December 2008, receives cash grants according to their compliance to the program conditionalities.

Way back in 1989, eldest among the six (6) children of her parents, Analyn Atienza at an early age of 10 already experienced how it was to be a helper, scavenger and vendor of sweet potato leaves in order to help her parents provide the basic necessities for their family.

Her family originally resides in Samar. Since their transfer in Taguig City in 1989, they experienced struggling for their everyday living because they are not accustomed on how it is to live in the city.

However, away from her past, Analyn now has her own family with her husband Romel, 37 years old, and happily living with their five (5) children aged 15, 13, 12, 9 and 7.

Performing as leader

As parent leader in their area, Analyn always ensures that her fellow beneficiaries religiously comply with the conditionalities of the program, and that her family walks her talks.

“Yung pagiging parent leader ko ay hindi ko inakalang makakaya ko… nakakatuwa na napapaintindi ko sa kapwa ko benepisyaryo yung kagandahan ng pagsunod sa kondisyon ng programa dahil kung tutuusin, hindi naman iyon para sa gobyerno…kundi para sa amin din,” (I never thought that I can perform my duty as parent leader… it feels good that I’m able to make my fellow beneficiaries understand the advantage in complying to the program conditionalities because apparently, those are not for the government… but for us) she emphasized.

Analyn also shared that before being registered in the program, they do not have any plan to improve their situation, unlike now that they have set goals to achieve which include the preparation for a brighter future for her children.

Access to livelihood

In 2011, the Atienza family availed the Self- Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran (SEA-K) capital assistance amounting to P7,000.00 which was used to put up a small sari-sari store which now serves as their major source of living.

sari-sari store

Also in June 2012, Analyn attended the “Ganda Mo, Hanapbuhay ko” training in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) where she acquired knowledge on cosmetology.

The said training enabled Analyn to earn even at home by doing manicure and pedicure service in her neighborhood while attending to the needs of their children and managing their sari-sari store. Likewise, her husband earns by driving their newly-owned tricyle.

Analyn also engaged in the trainers training on Community-Driven Enterprise Development (CDED for Implementation of SLP) in May 2012 where she learned how to manage a small-scale business.

Valuing education

Earlier, Analyn ensures that her children are attaining the 85% average rate of attendance in school just to comply with the Education conditionality of the program. However, she eventually realized that it is the future of her children which will be compromised if they will not attend classes regularly.

“Sa totoo lang, dahil sa namulat ako sa kahalagahan ng edukasyon, nag-enroll ako ngayon sa Alternative Learning System (ALS) at sa pasukan ay papasok na rin ako bilang estudyante sa grade 3,”(In fact, since I became conscious of the importance of education, I enrolled myself in the Alternative Learning System (ALS) wherein in the coming school year, I will enter as grade 3 student), she continued.

Analyn narrated that when she was a kid, her ultimate dream is to graduate even only in primary level. Yet, she is now aware that primary education is not enough for an individual to be included in the formal sector of employees.

“Yung sinabi sa amin ang tungkol sa expansyon ng Pantawid Pamilya na mula edad 0-14 ay 0-18 na ang mga benepisyaryo sa programa, natuwa talaga ako. Nae-excite na rin akong mag-aral kasabay ng mga anak ko,” (I’m really glad when we were informed about the expansion of the Pantawid Pamilya that from aged 0-14 beneficiaries, it will be expanded to 0-18. I’m excited to study along with my children) she enthused.

Analyn proudly stated that her 2nd child graduated in elementary as top 6 in class and recognized as Best in Math, and Most Obedient and Honest student.

Pulling out the “ingrowns” in their lives                          

Just like how much the ingrown nails hurt the fingers of her customers which is enough reason why those must be immediately removed, Analyn’s life has had painful experiences in the past that she wished to forget. manicure

Accepting the loss of her supposed eldest child in the past, including marital conflict and a tough responsibility she had to carry at an early age, Analyn still stood firmly to carry on – drawing strength from her children.

As she shared the learning she had during FDS with her husband, she is now confident that they will no longer have marital conflicts. Also, Analyn promised to herself that as long as she lives, she will never allow her children to experience the circumstances that she encountered in the past. ###

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Pulling “ingrowns” out of their lives

Analyn Atienza, 35 years old, untiringly pushes out the ingrown nails of her customers every day in the middle of the busy streets in Western Bicutan, Taguig City so that she will have additional income, aside from the proceeds from their sari-sari store.

Analyn’s family is among the 8,004 beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya program in Taguig City who, since December 2008, receives cash grants according to their compliance to the program conditionalities.

Way back in 1989, eldest among the six (6) children of her parents, Analyn Atienza at an early age of 10 already experienced how it was to be a helper, scavenger and vendor of sweet potato leaves in order to help her parents provide the basic necessities for their family.

Her family originally resides in Samar. Since their transfer in Taguig City in 1989, they experienced struggling for their everyday living because they are not accustomed on how it is to live in the city.

However, away from her past, Analyn now has her own family with her husband Romel, 37 years old, and happily living with their five (5) children aged 15, 13, 12, 9 and 7.

Performing as leader

As parent leader in their area, Analyn always ensures that her fellow beneficiaries religiously comply with the conditionalities of the program, and that her family walks her talks.

“Yung pagiging parent leader ko ay hindi ko inakalang makakaya ko… nakakatuwa na napapaintindi ko sa kapwa ko benepisyaryo yung kagandahan ng pagsunod sa kondisyon ng programa dahil kung tutuusin, hindi naman iyon para sa gobyerno…kundi para sa amin din,” (I never thought that I can perform my duty as parent leader… it feels good that I’m able to make my fellow beneficiaries understand the advantage in complying to the program conditionalities because apparently, those are not for the government… but for us) she emphasized.

Analyn also shared that before being registered in the program, they do not have any plan to improve their situation, unlike now that they have set goals to achieve which include the preparation for a brighter future for her children.

Access to livelihood

In 2011, the Atienza family availed the Self- Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran (SEA-K) capital assistance amounting to P7,000.00 which was used to put up a small sari-sari store which now serves as their major source of living.sari-sari store

Also in June 2012, Analyn attended  the “Ganda Mo, Hanapbuhay ko” training in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) where she acquired knowledge on cosmetology.

The said training enabled Analyn to earn even at home by doing manicure and pedicure service in her neighborhood while attending to the needs of their children and managing their sari-sari store. Likewise, her husband earns by driving their newly-owned tricyle.

Analyn also engaged in the trainers training on Community-Driven Enterprise Development (CDED for Implementation of SLP) in May 2012 where she learned how to manage a small-scale business.

Valuing education

Earlier, Analyn ensures that her children are attaining the 85% average rate of attendance in school just to comply with the Education conditionality of the program. However, she eventually realized that it is the future of her children which will be compromised if they will not attend classes regularly.

“Sa totoo lang, dahil sa namulat ako sa kahalagahan ng edukasyon, nag-enroll ako ngayon sa Alternative Learning System (ALS) at sa pasukan ay papasok na rin ako bilang estudyante sa grade 3,”(In fact, since I became conscious of the importance of education, I enrolled myself in the Alternative Learning System (ALS) wherein in the coming school year, I will enter as grade 3 student), she continued.

Analyn narrated that when she was a kid, her ultimate dream is to graduate even only in primary level. Yet, she is now aware that primary education is not enough for an individual to be included in the formal sector of employees.

“Yung sinabi sa amin ang tungkol sa expansyon ng Pantawid Pamilya na mula edad 0-14 ay 0-18 na ang mga benepisyaryo sa programa, natuwa talaga ako. Nae-excite na rin akong mag-aral kasabay ng mga anak ko,” (I’m really glad when we were informed about the expansion of the Pantawid Pamilya that from aged 0-14 beneficiaries, it will be expanded to 0-18. I’m excited to study along with my children) she enthused.

Analyn proudly stated that her 2nd child graduated in elementary as top 6 in class and recognized as Best in Math, and Most Obedient and Honest student.

Pulling out the “ingrowns” in their lives                          

Just like how much the ingrown nails hurt the fingers of her customers which is enough reason why those must be immediately removed, Analyn’s life has had painful experiences in the past that she wished to forget.manicure

Accepting the loss of her supposed eldest child in the past, including marital conflict and a tough responsibility she had to carry at an early age, Analyn still stood firmly to carry on – drawing strength from her children.

As she shared the learning she had during FDS with her husband, she is now confident that they will no longer have marital conflicts. Also, Analyn promised to herself that as long as she lives, she will never allow her children to experience the circumstances that she encountered in the past. ###

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FASG Larong Pinoy “Mini-lympics” 2014

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), through its Foster/Adoption Support Group (F/ASG), recently conducted its first-ever summer activity which carries the theme, “Larong Pinoy mini-lympics”at Nayon ng Kabataan in Mandaluyong City.

Some 25 adoptive families gathered to enjoy the half-day event filled with fun and excitement. They also participated in various activities inspired by our traditional games such as patintero, sipa, karerang sako, sungka, dama, tumbang preso and sipit-bao.

Moreover, games like “Sambunot (agawang buko) and “Pukpok Palayok” were played by both parents and their children. Last year, a family camp was conducted as their summer event. It included team building activities, games and adventure for children and parents alike.

One of the good practices of the region, the Foster/Adoption Support Group was organized and became fully functional on 2009. It is a post adoption service where it unites a group of people with similar experiences to provide encouragement to one another. Also, adoptive/foster families assist its members in dealing with adoption/foster care issues and concerns. ### (FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office. June 02, 2014)

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