Rehistrasyon ng mga Benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya para sa Set 7 Batch 3

Kasalukuyang isinasagawa ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ang pag-rerehistro ng mga pamilyang natukoy na mahirap ng ‘Listahanan’ at may mga batang edad 0-18 o buntis na ina, upang mapasama sa mga benepisyaryo ng Set 7, Batch 3 ng Pantawid Pamilya Program.

Base sa tala ng ‘Listahanan,’ ang Metro Manila ay mayroong 28,872 na pamilyang potensyal na mai-rerehistro sa batch na ito na nagtataglay ng mga nasabing kwalipikasyon.

Kaugnay ng rehistrasyong ito, naglabas ng listahan ang DSWD na nagtataglay ng pangalan ng mga kwalipikadong pamilyang maaaring maging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya Program na dumaan sa Eligibility Check Routine (ECR).

Ang mga listahang ito ay kasalukuyang nakapaskil sa barangay halls sa pakikipag-ugnayan ng ahensiya sa mga lokal na pamahalaan.

Sa kasalukuyan, mayroon nang kabuuang bilang na 219, 952 pamilya ang benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya sa Metro Manila mula Set 1 hanggang Set 7 Batch 2.

Para sa iba pang katanungan tungkol sa rehistrasyong ito, maaaring makipag-ugnayan sa mga City Link na may opisina sa pinakamalapit na Local Social Welfare Office. Maaari rin magtext sa Pantawid Pamilya text hotline 0918-9122813 o tumawag sa 310-14-32.### (DSWD FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office May 13, 2014)

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DSWD to start implementation of the high school expansion of age coverage in Pantawid Pamilya program

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) will validate eligible children-beneficiaries for the Expanded Age Coverage in Pantawid Pamilya program to cover 15-18 years old children of registered households starting June 2014.

This expansion of the program will enable the children-beneficiaries to graduate in high school in consonance to the K-12 program of the Department of Education (DepED) and eventually have better opportunities than those who only finished elementary grade.

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan said that the field office is now undertaking preparatory activities regarding the upcoming validation of potential beneficiaries to reach the target of 90,404 children in Metro Manila for registration under the expanded age coverage of the program.

Likewise, beneficiaries under the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) will also be included in the coming implementation of this high school expansion of age coverage.

As of March 5, 2014, DSWD-NCR has registered and is monitoring 220, 029 households for the regular Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), also known as Pantawid Pamilya while 2,056 households are under the MCCT-HSF.

Meanwhile, registration of another batch of additional potential beneficiaries for regular CCT is ongoing from March to May 2014, aimed to validate the identified poor households in the ‘Listahanan’ who previously did not pass the Eligibility Check Routine (ECR). ### (DSWD FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office, April 25, 2014)

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The new normal for an MCCT-HSF beneficiary

“Noon sinuwerte lang siguro kame sa kalsada at walang kapahamakan na nangyari sa amin, pero ngayon, di na ako papayag na manirahan ulit kami sa kalsada… masyadong delikado…”

This is the realization of Mr. Nicanor Ripalda Raz, 48 years old, a beneficiary of Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) in Metro Manila who was registered in the program in August 2012.

Currently, Mr. Raz with his wife Marivic Beatriz Raz, 38 years old and their eight (8) children aged 15, 13, 12, 8, 6, 4, 3 and 5 months old twin, are living at Singalong, Manila, renting a house, away from the risk and noise of the street.

Survival on the street

“Halos walong taon kaming nahirahan sa kalsada… minsan makikitira sa kamag-anak tapos pag nagkakaproblema dahil sa amin, umaalis kami at bumabalik ulit sa kalsada,” Nicanor narrated.

Nicanor, also called as “Nik Nik” shared their humiliating life on the street as sometimes, his family was accused either as robber or snatcher by the people passing by at Paso Dilao in Paco, Manila where they spent their almost eight (8) years street life.

“Sobrang nakakapanliit ang tingin ng mga tao noon… ‘di naman ako pwedeng magtago lang dahil sa kalsada talaga kami kumukuha ng ikinabubuhay namin… pero sa tanang buhay ko, ‘di ako gumawa ng masama para ipakain sa pamilya ko,” Nik emphasized.

After Nick’s quarrel with his brother in Calumpit, Bulacan in March 2006, where they originally live, he decided to bring his family to Metro Manila to stay out of trouble.

Then they went to their relatives in Metro Manila and requested temporary shelter where they can spend some days, until the time came that they no longer have a relative who is willing to share their house to them.

The main source of livelihood of Raz family is from popcorn vending which Nik untiringly sells in schools and churches during Sunday, with no bother in the skin-burning heat of the sun or even the cold plunge of drizzle or heavy rain during rainy season.

The sign of intervention

Nick shared that every night, he prays for their life to improve because he does not want his children to pass that kind of lifestyle to his grandchildren. He is aware that it is risky especially to his small children, yet, they cannot afford to rent/own a house and before, he does not consider the shelter as a major need.

Until in June 2012, a field office staff from DSWD interviewed Nik’s family and other street families dwelling in the same area which they occupy.

“Akala nga namin nung ininterview kami ay aayain kame sa dasalan, tapos sermon, kantahan at sayawan, tapos pakakainin kami… pero nung sinabi nung nag-interview na galing siya sa DSWD, kahit ‘di siya nangako ng tulong samen, alam kong may tulong na darating,” he stated.

Changes brought by the program

From then, they became a potential beneficiary of the MCCT-HSF and eventually availed the assistance under the program as they religiously comply to its conditionalities.

Aside from the cash grants, the family also received assistance for the Alternative Family Homes (AFH) from November 2012 to May 2013 wherein they rent a house being subsided by the government for six (6) months in paying the rental. Today, however, they are proud that they maintain the payment by themselves.

Also, through the program, Nik was accessed to employment facilitation at Philippine Sundt Construction where he is a construction helper and earning P350/day.

To add some amount to their income, Nik continues to sell popcorn at night after taking rest from his day job in the construction. kuya nik with caption

Currently, five (5) of his children are regularly going to school as compliance to the conditionalities of the program. According to Nik, “Noong una, pinapapasok ko lang sila para makakuha kami ng cash grants… pero ngayon, naisip ko na mahalaga ang edukasyon… yung pagbalik sa kalsada, iniwasan ko rin ‘yun pagkatapos ng anim na buwan dahil nakalagay sa kasunduan na mawawala kami sa programa pag bumalik kami. Higit sa lahat ngayon, naisip ko na mahalaga ang tahanan, lalo may kambal akong anak.”

Also Nik promised to himself that as long as he lives, he will never let his family dwell on the street again. He assured himself that he will continue to apply to their lifestyle the learnings he acquired from the Family Development Sessions.

As can be gleaned from Nik’s family, they have found the new normal in their life… a life towards mending dignity and valuing the real necessity of a human being. ###   (DSWD FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office/ MTC/ April 15, 2014)

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The new normal for an MCCT-HSF beneficiary

“Noon sinuwerte lang siguro kame sa kalsada at walang kapahamakan na nangyari sa amin, pero ngayon, di na ako papayag na manirahan ulit kami sa kalsada… masyadong delikado…”

This is the realization of Mr. Nicanor Ripalda Raz, 48 years old, a beneficiary of Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) in Metro Manila who was registered in the program in August 2012.

Currently, Mr. Raz with his wife Marivic Beatriz Raz, 38 years old and their eight (8) children aged 15, 13, 12, 8, 6, 4, 3 and 5 months old twin, are living at Singalong, Manila, renting a house, away from the risk and noise of the street.

Survival on the street

“Halos walong taon kaming nahirahan sa kalsada… minsan makikitira sa kamag-anak tapos pag nagkakaproblema dahil sa amin, umaalis kami at bumabalik ulit sa kalsada,” Nicanor narrated.

Nicanor, also called as “Nik Nik” shared their humiliating life on the street as sometimes, his family was accused either as robber or snatcher by the people passing by at Paso Dilao in Paco, Manila where they spent their almost eight (8) years street life.

“Sobrang nakakapanliit ang tingin ng mga tao noon… ‘di naman ako pwedeng magtago lang dahil sa kalsada talaga kami kumukuha ng ikinabubuhay namin… pero sa tanang buhay ko, ‘di ako gumawa ng masama para ipakain sa pamilya ko,” Nik emphasized.

After Nick’s quarrel with his brother in Calumpit, Bulacan in March 2006, where they originally live, he decided to bring his family to Metro Manila to stay out of trouble.

Then they went to their relatives in Metro Manila and requested temporary shelter where they can spend some days, until the time came that they no longer have a relative who is willing to share their house to them.

The main source of livelihood of Raz family is from popcorn vending which Nik untiringly sells in schools and churches during Sunday, with no bother in the skin-burning heat of the sun or even the cold plunge of drizzle or heavy rain during rainy season.

The sign of intervention

Nick shared that every night, he prays for their life to improve because he does not want his children to pass that kind of lifestyle to his grandchildren. He is aware that it is risky especially to his small children, yet, they cannot afford to rent/own a house and before, he does not consider the shelter as a major need.

Until in June 2012, a field office staff from DSWD interviewed Nik’s family and other street families dwelling in the same area which they occupy.

“Akala nga namin nung ininterview kami ay aayain kame sa dasalan, tapos sermon, kantahan at sayawan, tapos pakakainin kami… pero nung sinabi nung nag-interview na galing siya sa DSWD, kahit ‘di siya nangako ng tulong samen, alam kong may tulong na darating,” he stated.

Changes brought by the program

From then, they became a potential beneficiary of the MCCT-HSF and eventually availed the assistance under the program as they religiously comply to its conditionalities.

Aside from the cash grants, the family also received assistance for the Alternative Family Homes (AFH) from November 2012 to May 2013 wherein they rent a house being subsided by the government for six (6) months in paying the rental. Today, however, they are proud that they maintain the payment by themselves.

Also, through the program, Nik was accessed to employment facilitation at Philippine Sundt Construction where he is a construction helper and earning P350/day.

Also, through the program, Nik was accessed to employment facilitation at Philippine Sundt Construction where he is a construction helper and earning P350/day.

To add some amount to their income, Nik continues to sell popcorn at night after taking rest from his day job in the construction.kuya nik with caption

Currently, five (5) of his children are regularly going to school as compliance to the conditionalities of the program. According to Nik, “Noong una, pinapapasok ko lang sila para makakuha kami ng cash grants… pero ngayon, naisip ko na mahalaga ang edukasyon… yung pagbalik sa kalsada, iniwasan ko rin ‘yun pagkatapos ng anim na buwan dahil nakalagay sa kasunduan na mawawala kami sa programa pag bumalik kami. Higit sa lahat ngayon, naisip ko na mahalaga ang tahanan, lalo may kambal akong anak.”

Also Nik promised to himself that as long as he lives, he will never let his family dwell on the street again. He assured himself that he will continue to apply to their lifestyle the learnings he acquired from the Family Development Sessions.

As can be gleaned from Nik’s family, they have found the new normal in their life… a life towards mending dignity and valuing the real necessity of a human being. ###   (DSWD FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office/ MTC/ April 15, 2014)

 

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DSWD brings government services closer to people through Convergence Caravan

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) in partnership with the local government of Valenzuela City held a convergence caravan which served almost 1, 500 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries through the various services offered and delivered during the event, held recently at the Valenzuela Astrodome.

This 10th Convergence Caravan in Metro Manila includes the awarding of the following assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries: 1.) capital seed fund to seven (7) SEA-K Associations with 166 beneficiaries; 2.) taho vending materials and financial assistance to ten (10) beneficiaries; and  3.) pedicabs with vegetables to ten (10) Valenzuela residents wherein five (5) of them are Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries. (The items 2 and 3 are courtesy of Valenzuela Government)

The local government also showcased their barangay-based feeding program through the distribution of lunch boxes containing nutri-food to their children-beneficiaries who are in the identified poor families of Listahanan.

 Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan expressed her gratitude to the warm support of the City Government of Valenzuela headed by Mayor Rexlon T. Gatchalian, in the implementation of the social protection and poverty reduction programs in the city.

As presented by Director Bonoan in front of Mayor Gatchalian, Pantawid Pamilya National Program Manager Director Rodora T. Babaran, representatives from the national government agencies, Parent Leaders, Valenzuela Department Heads and staff, DSWD staff and beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya program, the city already have a total of 11, 792 registered Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who are being monitored for health and education compliance.

On the other hand, Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said in her inspirational message delivered by Director Babaran, that this convergence caravan contributes in accessing the beneficiaries in various government services that would eventually help them to uplift their level of well-being. applicants copy

Overall, most of the services were  participated in/availed by the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries with the following distribution: 1,000 beneficiaries inquired in the  Jobs Fair in partnership with the Valenzuela Public Employment Services Office (PESO); 50 participated in the Skills Demo on Food Carving in partnership with TESDA; 18  joined the orientation on Family Planning and availed the free provision of Implanon; 29 attended the Orientation on Domestic Workers in partnership with DOLE-NCR; 31 participated in the Orientation on Safe Drinking Water; 49   availed the free haircut; and 211 attended the orientation on Social Security System.

Also, the participants of the event enjoyed shopping at the highly discounted goods and products being sold in Diskwento Caravan in partnership with DTI-NCR and availed the distribution of vegetable seedlings, courtesy of the Department of Agriculture.

Further, since it is vacation time which indicates proliferating cases of dog bites amongst children, the Regional Office of the Department of Health (DOH) turned-over 300 vials of anti-rabies vaccines to Valenzuela City Health Office.

Signing of commitments for the “Kaya ko” campaign were also done during the caravan to enlist the  support of the stakeholders, parent leaders, beneficiaries and field office staff in the coming implementation of the Pantawid Pamilya high school expansion.###

kaya ko

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DSWD brings government services closer to people through Convergence Caravan

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) in partnership with the local government of Valenzuela City held a convergence caravan which served almost 1, 500 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries through the various services offered and delivered during the event, held recently at the Valenzuela Astrodome.

This 10th Convergence Caravan in Metro Manila includes the awarding of the following assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries: 1.) capital seed fund to seven (7) SEA-K Associations with 166 beneficiaries; 2.) taho vending materials and financial assistance to ten (10) beneficiaries; and                      3.) pedicabs with vegetables to ten (10) Valenzuela residents wherein five (5) of them are Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries. (The items 2 and 3 are courtesy of Valenzuela Government)

The local government also showcased their barangay-based feeding program through the distribution of lunch boxes containing nutri-food to their children-beneficiaries who are in the identified poor families of Listahanan.

 Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan expressed her gratitude to the warm support of the City Government of Valenzuela headed by Mayor Rexlon T. Gatchalian, in the implementation of the social protection and poverty reduction programs in the city.

As presented by Director Bonoan in front of Mayor Gatchalian, Pantawid Pamilya National Program Manager Director Rodora T. Babaran, representatives from the national government agencies, Parent Leaders, Valenzuela Department Heads and staff, DSWD staff and beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya program, the city already have a total of 11, 792 registered Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who are being monitored for health and education compliance.

On the other hand, Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said in her inspirational message delivered by Director Babaran, that this convergence caravan contributes in accessing the beneficiaries in various government services that would eventually help them to uplift their level of well-being.

Overall, most of the services were  participated in/availed by the Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries with the following distribution: 1,000 beneficiaries inquired in the  Jobs Fair in partnership with the Valenzuela Public Employment Services Office (PESO); 50 participated in the Skills Demo on Food Carving in partnership with TESDA; 18  joined the orientation on Family Planning and availed the free provision of Implanon; 29 attended the Orientation on Domestic Workers in partnership with DOLE-NCR; 31 participated in the Orientation on Safe Drinking Water; 49   availed the free haircut; and 211 attended the orientation on Social Security System.

applicants copy

Also, the participants of the event enjoyed shopping at the highly discounted goods and products being sold in Diskwento Caravan in partnership with DTI-NCR and availed the distribution of vegetable seedlings, courtesy of the Department of Agriculture.

Further, since it is vacation time which indicates proliferating cases of dog bites amongst children, the Regional Office of the Department of Health (DOH) turned over 300 vials of anti-rabies vaccines to Valenzuela City Health Office.

kaya ko

Signing of commitments for the “Kaya ko” campaign were also done during the caravan to enlist the  support of the stakeholders, parent leaders, beneficiaries and field office staff in the coming implementation of the Pantawid Pamilya high school expansion.###

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