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DSWD expands partnership with stakeholders in providing skills training to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries

In order to strengthen the provision of skills training and employment facilitation to Pantawid Pamilya program beneficiaries, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) expanded partnership with 24 schools and institutions and two (2) private partners through signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) recently.

With this, the Department will release educational assistance funds to beneficiaries for payment in their enrollment to partner schools and institutions which will undertake their corresponding tasks in providing skills training/ employment facilitation for the beneficiaries, as stipulated in the MOA.

Sister Josie Onag affirms commitment in providing social protection interventions to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

Sister Josie Onag affirms commitment in providing social protection interventions to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

Among the leaders of the partner institution is Sister Josie Onag, president of San Juan de Dios Educational Foundation who affirmed during the MOA signing ceremony that this provision of skills training is indeed necessary to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries. As she said, “this will help in liberating the poor from the cage of poverty.”

Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan emphasized that this initiative proves that the Department is truly working on improving the level of well-being of the poorest families in Metro Manila.

Director Bonoan also recognized the support of the new partner stakeholders in providing skills training for Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries for competitive employment. Through this, they become part of the national effort in alleviating poverty in the country.

As beneficiary of the previous cash-for-training program of DSWD in partnership with Technical Education and Skills Training Authority (TESDA), Ms. Medy Salvador, 48 years old, expressed gratitude in her message during the event.

Salvador attended skills training in housekeeping at Asian Touch

Medy Salvador, beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya from Marikina City while sharing to the attendees the benefits she acquired from the cash-for-training program of DSWD.

Medy Salvador, beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya from Marikina City while sharing to the attendees the benefits she acquired from the cash-for-training program of DSWD.

International Institute, Incorporated in April to June 2013. Afterwhich, she was immediately hired as trainer at the said institute and is now earning a minimum wage.

“Nung pagpasok ko ngayon dito sa venue, sabi ng PDO ko, wow ate ‘di ka na mukhang beneficiary ha. Ang sabi ko naman ay Sir yan ang pagbabagong naidulot sa akin ng Pantawid Pamilya… lubos ang aking pasasalamat at isa ako sa napiling mag training at ngayon ay nakapasok na ako sa maayos na trabahong lubhang malaking tulong sa aking pamilya,” Salvador proudly stated.

This partnership of the Department will benefit a total of 901 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries with a budget of P11, 464, 386.90.### (DSWD-NCR Social Marketing Office, August 15, 2014)

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DSWD empowers the youth towards social development

“We would like to encourage everyone to develop or improve your entrepreneurial skills by engaging in different programs of the government and other institutions. Through this, we believe that you can do a lot of positive changes, not just for yourselves but to your communities as well,” said Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan during the 41st founding anniversary of Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines, held at the Marikina Convention Center.

The theme for this year celebration is “Ugnayan ng Kabataan sa Pangkabuhayan : Susi sa Pag-asenso.”

 

 Gaining knowledge on programs for the youth

Some 420 participants were oriented on the programs of Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The youth were informed that they may avail of scholarships and enroll in the technical and vocational courses under TESDA to develop their skills so they would be gainfully employed.

Among the programs of the DOLE for the youth which were discussed were: Special Program for Employment of Student (SPES) which aims to help poor but deserving students pursue their education. This is possible by motivating them to be employed during summer or Christmas vacations. Also discussed was Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) program which is open to graduates and graduating college students, to make them productive, resourceful and self-reliant entrepreneurs.

 

Improving financial well-being

IMG_4868On the other hand, Youth at Venture (YAV) executive director Kristina Erika Clavido advised the youth to control their expenditures and increase their ability to earn. She shared Robert Kiyosaki’s wisdom which states that money without financial knowledge is money soon gone.

“Spend wisely, budget accordingly, save consistently and invest smartly,” she continued.

Meanwhile, two (2) young entrepreneurs namely: Ms. Carla Marie Ignacio, PYAP Ambassadress 2013 and Mr. Marvin Ramos, YAV beneficiary, shared their experiences as young entrepreneurs.

“Lakasan ninyo lang loob ninyo, gawin ninyo kung ano talaga ang gusto ninyo at higit sa lahat, magtiwala kayo sa inyong sarili (Be strong, follow your passion and more importantly, belive in yourself),” Ramos muttered.

 

Showcasing beauty, talent and wit

Aside from the motorcade, the highlight of the event was the Search for PYAP Ambassador and Ambassadress 2014 who would represent the youth in the National Capital Region.

Special awards were given to Ms. Mel April Cris Namion of Marikina, Best in Formal Wear; Ms. Faith Breis of Malabon, Best in Uniform and Talent; while Mr. Manuel Joseph Remo of Marikina, got all the awards among PYAP Ambassador candidates.IMG_5267

Talented PYAP delegates from Valenzuela, San Juan, Pasig, Marikina and Quezon City also performed intermission numbers which delighted the participants.

In addition, Remo and Breis from the cities of Marikina and Malabon, respectively, won the PYAP Ambassador and Ambassadress 2014.

Director Bonoan stated that the winners shall be a role model for the youth through increased awareness and active participation in the programs that promote social development.###

 

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DSWD-NCR awards livelihood assistance in partnership with PGMFI

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) in partnership with the Philippine Goodworks Mission Foundation Inc. (PGMFI), awarded livelihood capital assistance amounting to P788,500.00 to 114 beneficiaries from the cities of Caloocan, Quezon, Las Piñas and Manila, on July 25, 2014.

In the Tulong Puhunan – Ahon Kabuhayan project of the foundation, the DSWD-NCR under the Sustainable Livelihood Program provided livelihood assistance to validate needy beneficiaries who were endorsed by the local government units in Metro Manila.

Since 2009, PGMFI has already assisted the Department in providing livelihood assistance to 718 beneficiaries in Metro Manila wherein 31 are Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan, in her welcome remarks during the awarding ceremony, expressed gratitude to the continuing support of the foundation headed by former DSWD Undersecretary, now PGMFI Executive Director Ms. Belinda C. Manahan, in providing socio-economic interventions to poor households in the region since 2009.

Ahon Kabuhayan project beneficiaries must return the no-interest capital seed fund within six (6) months. Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR’s Project Development Officers are monitoring the operations of the approved projects funded by the livelihood assistance to the beneficiaries to ensure proper utilization of the capital seed fund. ###

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DSWD-NCR awards livelihood assistance in partnership with PGMFI

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) in partnership with the Philippine Goodworks Mission Foundation Inc. (PGMFI), awarded livelihood capital assistance amounting to P788,500.00 to 114 beneficiaries from the cities of Caloocan, Quezon, Las Piñas and Manila, on July 25, 2014.
In the Tulong Puhunan – Ahon Kabuhayan project of the foundation, the DSWD-NCR under the Sustainable Livelihood Program provided livelihood assistance to validate needy beneficiaries who were endorsed by the local government units in Metro Manila.
Since 2009, PGMFI has already assisted the Department in providing livelihood assistance to 718 beneficiaries in Metro Manila wherein 31 are Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.
DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan, in her welcome remarks during the awarding ceremony, expressed gratitude to the continuing support of the foundation headed by former DSWD Undersecretary, now PGMFI Executive Director Ms. Belinda C. Manahan, in providing socio-economic interventions to poor households in the region since 2009.
Ahon Kabuhayan project beneficiaries must return the no-interest capital seed fund within six (6) months. Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR’s Project Development Officers are monitoring the operations of the approved projects funded by the livelihood assistance to the beneficiaries to ensure proper utilization of the capital seed fund. ###

 

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Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) at 50: A celebration of love and protection for children

 

 

 

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan while giving the audience a glimpse of the golden history of RSCC.

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan while giving the audience a glimpse of the golden history of RSCC.

July 25, 2014 marked another milestone for the RSCC, as the center celebrated its golden anniversary. With the theme “RSCC at 50: A celebration of love and protection for Children,” the event was held at the Pantawid Pamilya Training Center inside the RSCC compound and was attended by former head social workers who were given plaques of recognition for their contribution in developing what RSCC is today. Also awarded with certificates of appreciation were RSCC partners and exemplary staff.

 

“RSCC has come a long way since its humble beginnings. I commend the former heads and staff who paved the way to what RSCC has now become” DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan said in her speech as she proudly showcased the history of RSCC to the audience.

 

Rep. Imelda R. Marcos of the second district of Ilocos Norte while delivering her realization that the mothering she was looking for is within herself.

Rep. Imelda R. Marcos of the second district of Ilocos Norte while delivering her realization that the mothering she was looking for is within herself.

One of the guests was former first lady and now Congresswoman Imelda R. Marcos of the second district of Ilocos Norte. In her inspirational message, Congresswoman Marcos narrated how during the death of her mother, she felt the need to mother her other siblings. She also extended her mothering instincts when she became the mother of her own children and when she became the first lady of the Republic during the administration of his late husband.

At this point, she showed a video presentation of one of her projects in her district, the mothering centers. The mothering centers were established in 11 towns in Ilocos Norte and aims to provide round-the-clock support, such as: emergency medical services, police assistance, legal assistance, employment facilitation, government information, training and livelihood program to her constituents from far-flung areas.

 

 

Another highlight of the event was a message from Nikkalyn Lee. She is now residing in the United States with her adoptive parents and her adopted sister Jelyn. She graduated this year with a degree in psychology. In her speech, she recalled how she was scared and confused the first time she arrived at RSCC, how she was reared by Director Honorita B. Bayudan for two (2) years through foster care program and how she eventually came to know her adoptive parents.

Ms. Nikkalyn Lee shared her message of appreciation for her successful journey with RSCC. Ms. Lee was once a resident of the center, who was successfully adopted in 1998.

Ms. Nikkalyn Lee shared her message of appreciation for her successful journey with RSCC. Ms. Lee was once a resident of the center, who was successfully adopted in 1998.

 

During her monologue, Nikkalyn reminded the audience that “when it comes to love, it is not the amount inside your bank account that matters but your ability to share all that you have, and all that you are.” She ended her speech with a quote from her adoptive mother – “The illusion in life is that there is an infinite number of days to live. The truth is that there are a finite number of opportunities to give and receive love.”

 

Located in Barangay Bago Bantay in Quezon City, RSCC aims to help children 0-6 years old, who were abandoned or deprived of parental care by providing support services such as temporary care, custody or alternative family care for the survival, development and rehabilitation of the child. RSCC is now home to 79 children. ###

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary acknowledges trust from DSWD

Ms. Gloria Serrano, 51 years old, and Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary from Novaliches, Quezon City, expresses her gratitude to DSWD – citing the City Links, PDOs, Regional Director, to Secretary Dinky Soliman, for the trust that the Department has given to her association through the livelihood capital assistance under the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

Serrano is a president in one of the 28 Self-Employment Assistance – Kaunlaran (SEA-K) associations composed of 534 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from the cities of Quezon, Taguig, Pasay, Navotas, Manila, San Juan, Caloocan and Valenzuela. They received capital assistance awarded during the DSWD-NCR flag ceremony on July 21, 2014.

Having nine (9) children, Serrano said that this livelihood assistance will enable her to expand her mini food store which augments the educational and health expenses of her children. This is in addition to the cash grant her family receives and income of her husband Salvador, 54 years old, and a carpenter.

“We are now in subsistence level; hopefully, through this livelihood assistance entrusted to us by DSWD, we may eventually reach self-sufficiency,” Serrano said in tagalog.

The total capital assistance awarded to the 28 SEA-K associations is P3,931,000.00.

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan while awarding livelihood assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries during the DSWD-NCR flag ceremony.

DSWD-NCR Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan while awarding livelihood assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries during the DSWD-NCR flag ceremony.

Meanwhile, DSWD-NCR recently awarded livelihood assistance worth P491,500.00 to three (3) SEA-K associations composed of 81 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Malanday, Marikina City.

Overall, DSWD-NCR has awarded P10,221,000 to 118 SEA-K associations in Metro Manila composed of 2,287 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries, for the 1st semester of 2014.###

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DSWD-NCR features skills and talents of PWDs

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) recently held PWDs Skills Competition 2014, in celebration of the 36th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week. During the event, persons with disabilities (PWDs) showcased their skills and talents in different competitions held at SM Center, Muntinlupa City.

Carrying this year’s theme, “Talino at Paninindigan ng Taong May Kapansanan : Pasaporte sa Kaunlaran,” the PWDs demonstrated that they can succeed and accomplish great things despite their disability. They proved to one and all that they can perform like their able-bodied counterparts.

The PWDs from local government units (LGUs) in Metro Manila participated in photography, cake decoration, painting, waste reuse, flower arrangement and cooking.

The champions in each category were: Cyrus Ballega (Pasig City), photography; Anne Charlaine Santos (Quezon City), cake decoration; Efcel Carina Amor Serrano (Makati City), painting; Carolyn Rubio (Makati City), waste reuse; Edwin Philip Ignacio (Makati City), flower arrangement; and Gemma Valero (Makati City), cooking.

Regional winners will compete in the national level on December 3, 2014, for an opportunity to represent the country during the Abilympic Games to be held in France in 2015.

 

Further, DSWD-NCR Assistant Regional Director Delia U. Bawan, commended all the participants, especially the parents, social workers and other institutions who continuously support the endeavors of PWDs.

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DSWD – NCR staff and clients participate in the 2nd disaster preparedness drill

In observance of the National Disaster Consciousness month which carries the theme: “Kahandaan at Kaligtasan ng Pamayanan, Pundasyon ng Kaunlaran,” the DSWD-NCR, in partnership with Bureau of Fire Protection, held an earthquake drill at the Field Office yesterday. The objective of this drill, which took four (4) minutes and 23 seconds, is to increase the capacities of Field Office staff to respond to possible disaster and its adverse effects. The disaster drill is the second for 2014, the first being a fire drill conducted last April.

 

An earthquake evacuation simulation was first conducted to determine the alertness of the employees. This replication tested the Field Office’s security protocol and emergency alarm systems. The activity also aimed to educate the staff of the “buddy-system” and the possible evacuation areas within the Field Office.

 

The second activity was a brief demonstration on evacuation of an unconscious victim and familiarization on the proper use of fire extinguisher. On the rescue demonstration, members of the BFP – Tanduay instructed that the rescuer should practice caution when approaching an unconscious victim. Among others, when evacuating the unconscious victim, consider his/her weight. If the person is light, you can lift the person by placing your arms under the victim’s arms to prevent bone fracture. If the person is heavy, you may place him/her on any material available like blankets and slowly drag the person to a safe place.

 

During the orientation, Senior Fire Inspector Jerry Juico of BFP-Tanduay station said that there are specific types of fire extinguishers for different causes of fire. Those marked with letter ‘A’ are for fire from combustible materials, while those marked with letter ‘B’ are for fire caused by oil or flammable materials, and those marked with letter ‘C’ are for fire made from electrical or energized sources.

 

During the demonstration on how to manage fire, an older person volunteered to put out the man-made flames. He is Jolito Basilio, 63 years old from Barangay 666, Ermita, Manila. When asked why he volunteered on the said demo, he said “ito ay isang ehemplo upang lahat ng senior citizens na kaya pang tumulong ay pwedeng gawin para sa kaligtasan ng pangkalahatan mula sa kalamidad.” ###

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