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Graduation day of 27 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries through the scholarship of Charity First Foundation, Inc.

From left to right – Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program – Regional Program Coordinator Mr. Joel D. Cam; Charity First Foundation’s graduates; Deputy Regional Gender and Development Ms. Irene G. Reyno; City Link – Community Organizer Mr. Rovheen Conrad M . Bandola

April 7, 2019 marked another success for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid Pamilya) and Charity First Foundation, Inc., as 27 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries graduated from their respective universities. Four (4) of them graduated with Latin Honors (Cum Laude) and three (3) of them graduated with distinction as Dean’s Listers.  Charity First Foundation has been a partner of Pantawid Pamilya since 2015. Currently, we have 54 scholars and have produced 50 graduates since 2016. This year’s annual recognition day was held at the Philippine Institute of Quezon City.

Charity First Foundation, Inc. provides scholarship grants to financially indigent, yet well deserving college students, as they believe that education is the basic foundation of an individual’s path towards self-respect and self-reliance as well as an important factor towards alleviating the problems caused by poverty.

Yearly, the DSWD-NCR through Pantawid Pamilya sends their beneficiaries to apply for scholarship grants offered by the foundation. All Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries undergo a thorough screening process based on the standards set by the Charity First Foundation. Once accepted as a Charity First Scholar, Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries must abide the rules and regulations of the foundation for them to maintain their scholarship.

Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is a Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program of the government designed for poverty reduction, social protection, and development strategy. Pantawid Pamilya and Charity First Foundation, Inc. share the same goal on social development, which is to break the inter-generational cycle of poverty through investment in human capital. ###

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DSWD-NCR Pantawid Pamilya renews its partnership with Unilever Philippines – Knorr Lutong Nanay Program

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), renewed its partnership with Unilever Philippines – Knorr Lutong Nanay Nutrition Program, together with the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) and Kabisig ng Kalahi. The event took place last April 03, 2019 at Unilever Philippines Corporate Center, BGC, Taguig.

For three consecutive years, Unilever has been a partner of DSWD in improving the lives of the program members, focusing on nutrition. 4Ps offers a scale for Knorr Lutong Nanay Nutrition Program to reach millions of Filipinos nationwide, to effectively combat and alleviate malnutrition in the country which is prevalent up to this day. 

With the help of DOST-FNRI, Knorr developed the Nutri-Budget Journal which contains 63 recipes especially made for every mom who loves to prepare nutritious meals for their families. This journal contains recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals programmed to empower every mother who’s taking charge of their family’s home-cooked meals, which are not just nutritious, but also affordable.

After reaching more than 200,000 individuals from Taguig, Paranaque, Marikina, Malabon, Valenzuela and Quezon City, Knorr Lutong Nanay Nutri Program will bring the project to 10 more cities, namely, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, Pasay, Pasig, San Juan, Pateros, Navotas, Caloocan, Manila and Makati.

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is a human development measure of the national government designed to alleviate poverty in the country by providing conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor, to improve the health, nutrition, and education of children aged 0-18.

For more information about 4Ps, visit pantawid.dswd.gov.ph.

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Haven for Women Celebrates Women’s Month

The Haven for Women celebrated Women’s Month with a motorcade last March 6, 2019. The event was attended by the Center’s residents and employees, with an opening program that shows the support of the Department to every woman in the country.

The Alabang and Muntinlupa Government sponsored the e-jeepneys used for the motorcade. Ms. Taleño, the Officer-in-Charge, gave her opening message emphasizing the value of respecting the rights of women and empowering the women’s rights and responsibilities. “We make change. Work for women; lahat ng ating mga residente ay may kakayahan na baguhin ang antas ng kanilang pamumuhay sa pamamagitan ng pag-aaral  ng mga bagong talent para sa ikauunlad ng kanilang sarili.”

The celebration will showcase the different talents of the Center’s residents through their Slogan and Poster Making contest. There will be a lecture on Laws for Women, a Zumba dance activity, and a talent contest entitled “Talentado Ka Girl”, which will be held on March 29, 2019.

The Haven for Women is a residential care facility which caters to women who are victims of abuse, prostitution, illegal recruitment, armed conflict, women detention, and children of unwed mothers.

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EGV Kids Successfully Accomplished the Academic Year 2018-2019

March 18, 2018 marked another milestone for the children of Elsie Gaches Village in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, as they pushed the boat out on the Recognition Day program of Jose Fabella Memorial School (JFMS). The event took place at the Multipurpose Hall at 9:00 in the morning, which marked the end of the school year 2018 – 2019 for the students of Level 1 – 3 of Prevocational Level and the Music and Arts Therapy Program (MATP).

With the theme “Pagkakaisa sa Pagkakaiba-iba: Kalidad na Edukasyon para sa Lahat ”, the recognition ceremony was graced by Ms. Olivia L. Pagurayan, Special Education Principal II of JFMS Elementary Department, Mandaluyong City. Ms. Pagurayan expressed her joy for the achievements of the students of EGV as they try to patiently fulfill their dreams through Special Education despite their disabilities. She also expressed her gratitude to the social workers, houseparents, staff, Sisters of Charity of St. Anne and the administration of Elsie Gaches Village who work hand-in-hand for the children catered by the center.

The talented, diverse, and special students marched their way to the stage and received their awards and recognition with genuine joy seen on their faces. Out of 99, 15 pupils received certificates and graduated from SPED Prevocational Courses. They are the 4th batch of pupils who graduated from the school and marked the beginning of their journey for more opportunities to be productive in the center and in the society. Teachers were also recognized as they have rendered their invaluable service and contributed their treasured knowledge to their students. Likewise, thanksgiving through a song was presented by the pupils for their teachers, house parents, and EGV staff who have worked so hard to help them achieve their optimum potentials. 

Moreover, fifteen (15) residents completed their Prevocational Level through their on-the-job trainings at various units and cottages. The recognition day was attended by 99 Special Education (SPED) students, 5 SPED teachers from Jose Fabella Memorial School and St. James Parish, PTA Officers, supervisors of different units, staff and house parents of the center, and sisters of Charity of St. Anne. The program was concluded with a closing remark and thanksgiving message from Ms. Nieve F. Gentelizo, Social Welfare Officer III / Officer In-Charge.

Recognizing the hardwork and talents of the children with special needs give them more wisdom as they go on their lives and be a better person. Indeed, it was a day of celebration — a celebration of continuous efforts to help the children of Elsie Gaches Village to, despite their disabilities, show their inner strength and make sure that their abilities blossom and shine.

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“A WAY FROM HOME” – A Success Story from DSWD-NCR’s RSCC

Crisanta Villamor, fondly called as “Tinay”,  was born on July 11, 1976. She was brought into Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) last September 23, 1976 through the referral of Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital. As per records from the hospital, a few hours after giving birth, her mother, Virginia Villamor, left her. She was then adopted in 1977 by a Dutch Family and grew up in a small village in the East of Netherlands near Germany. Her adoptive parents have biological children whom she treated as her own brothers and sisters. She’s currently living in Amsterdam, Netherlands and is currently working at their Local Government as a Communication Advisor. At the age of 25, Crisanta got married to a Dutch named Frans, and they are now blessed with three (3) sons, namely Milo, Kian and Quiten. They are now Tinays’ rays of sunshine.

In 2012, Crisanta came back to Philippines to look for her biological family but at no luck, she was not able to find any lead on their whereabouts. In 2017, she visited the Philippines again and went to Reception and Study Center for Children, her first home. She was so happy seeing the nursery for the first time and became so emotional. She was even more excited to see her Case Study Report. Based on the records, a man came when she was born who persistently wanted to get her in custody, but the hospital staff preferred to entrust her under the care of Manila City Social Welfare and Development Office and later endorsed to the RSCC. The man was Mr. Alberto, whom Tinay, with her strong instincts, believed to be his father. Unfortunately, Tinay found out that Mr. Alberto passed away two (2) years ago. On February 8, 2019, Crisanta came back in the Philippines and visited the RSCC again. She’s still holding a strong hope in getting a chance to know and meet her biological mother.

Crisanta “Tinay” Villamor Kuiper de Vries, at 43, is happily married with a very loving family. She is very thankful to the Department for being one of the many children who were left behind, abandoned and neglected, but have found their new home, had a good life, and a better future through the Department’s  programs and services.

Reception and Study Center for Children is a residential care facility managed by DSWD-NCR, which caters to 0-6 year-old children who are abandoned and deprived of parental care and support. The children under RSCC are being provided with temporary care, custody, or alternative family care service. ###

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Gulayan sa Barangay

Ms. Melinda Fulay, 49 years old and Mr. Eleuterio Gerodias, her husband together with their children from Barangay Post Proper South side, Makati City, are part of the Regular Conditional Cash Transfer (RCCT) of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program since 2012.

Before she became member of the program, she has been practicing Urban Farming in her backyard since 2000. She shared that having a backyard garden benefits her family especially on food consumption which teaches her children to eat healthy vegetables.

The vegetable garden of Ms. Melinda in front of their house.

On August 2017, there was a training introduced to the members of South side Makati City, the Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Urban Farmers Training which is sponsored by SM Foundation. Ms. Melinda is one of the blessed participants who underwent the training. She shared that her previous knowledge on urban farming was not enough and graduating from this training is a big accomplishment and opportunity for her as it increased her knowledge on modern techniques to maintain vegetables. She is truly grateful as she managed to explore the other benefits of urban farming.

At present, she owned a garden in front of her house. She has different vegetables such as eggplant, tomato, sili, mustasa, pechay, saluyot, talbos ng kamote, sitaw, ampalaya and malunggay. The training encouraged her to plant herbal plants such as: tanglad, insulin plant, serpentina and Dahon ng Maria.

Her garden is a huge help as it lessens their expenses on food especially today that she is the breadwinner of the family due to his husband’s disability. The earning she acquires from being a manicurist goes to the education and other family expenses.

Ms. Melinda together with her neighbors in their communal garden

Ms. Melinda’s story served as inspiration to her neighbors. Her gardening initiative encouraged her neighbors to do the same. The members of their community managed to see the beauty of urban farming through her.

At first, she only relied to them to water her plants but today, after seeing the benefits that urban garden brings, there is an existing communal garden beside the estero. This garden is maintained by her fellow Pantawid Pamilya members who also graduated from the training. It developed their camaraderie and community awareness on keeping their estero clean so as to ensure that their communal garden will also be clean and will be productive.

Clearly, Ms. Melinda Fulay is a living witness that urban gardening has significant impact to oneself and the community. ###

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EGV Kids Successfully Accomplished the Academic Year 2018-2019

March 18, 2018 marked another milestone for the children of Elsie Gaches Village in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, as they pushed the boat out on the Recognition Day program of Jose Fabella Memorial School (JFMS). The event took place at the Multipurpose Hall at 9:00 in the morning, which marked the end of the school year 2018 – 2019 for the students of Level 1 – 3 of Prevocational Level and the Music and Arts Therapy Program (MATP).

With the theme “Pagkakaisa sa Pagkakaiba-iba: Kalidad na Edukasyon para sa Lahat ”, the recognition ceremony was graced by Ms. Olivia L. Pagurayan, Special Education Principal II of JFMS Elementary Department, Mandaluyong City. Ms. Pagurayan expressed her joy for the achievements of the students of EGV as they try to patiently fulfill their dreams through Special Education despite their disabilities. She also expressed her gratitude to the social workers, houseparents, staff, Sisters of Charity of St. Anne and the administration of Elsie Gaches Village who work hand-in-hand for the children catered by the center.

The talented, diverse, and special students marched their way to the stage and received their awards and recognition with genuine joy seen on their faces. Out of 99, 15 pupils received certificates and graduated from SPED Prevocational Courses. They are the 4th batch of pupils who graduated from the school and marked the beginning of their journey for more opportunities to be productive in the center and in the society. Teachers were also recognized as they have rendered their invaluable service and contributed their treasured knowledge to their students. Likewise, thanksgiving through a song was presented by the pupils for their teachers, house parents, and EGV staff who have worked so hard to help them achieve their optimum potentials. 

Moreover, fifteen (15) residents completed their Prevocational Level through their on-the-job trainings at various units and cottages. The recognition day was attended by 99 Special Education (SPED) students, 5 SPED teachers from Jose Fabella Memorial School and St. James Parish, PTA Officers, supervisors of different units, staff and house parents of the center, and sisters of Charity of St. Anne. The program was concluded with a closing remark and thanksgiving message from Ms. Nieve F. Gentelizo, Social Welfare Officer III / Officer In-Charge.

Recognizing the hardwork and talents of the children with special needs give them more wisdom as they go on their lives and be a better person. Indeed, it was a day of celebration — a celebration of continuous efforts to help the children of Elsie Gaches Village to, despite their disabilities, show their inner strength and make sure that their abilities blossom and shine.

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NVRC and RSW Joins BFP’s Fire Prevention Campaign

Fire incidents take an alarming increase in number during this time of the year. Identified as one of the hottest months, March is declared as the national Burn Prevention Month (commonly known as Fire Prevention Month), by virtue of Proclamation No. 360, series of 1989.

As we observe this season, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), together with its Centers and Rehabilitation Care Facilities, joins the Bureau of Fire Protection’s (BFP) Fire Prevention Month with the theme, “Ligtas na Pilipinas Ating Kamtin, bawat Pamilya ay Sanayin, Kaalaman sa Sunog ay Palawakin.”

DSWD-NCR’s centers admit that they are vulnerable to this type of crisis. With this, the National Vocational and Rehabilitation Center (NVRC), together with the Rehabilitation Sheltered Workshop (RSW), invited BFP to conduct a fire prevention lecture and drill at Barangay Marilag, District III, Quezon City.

BFP conducted a lecture which focused on the proper fire incident management, tips on preventing fire, and the safety procedures during and after the fire incident. The discussion also includes a mini-seminar on the functions and uses of fire extinguisher, depending on the level and causes of fire. After the lecture, clients and staff of RSW and NVRC participated in the fire drill.

Mr. Jerry Brenches, Sr., Monitoring Development Officer of RSW, and Ms. Flor Calabazaron, Officer-in-Charge of NVRC, ended the program by giving recognition and token of appreciation to BFP for contributing their treasured knowledge on the lecture and their invaluable assistance to RSW and NVRC during the fire drill. ###

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