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DSWD’s Marillac Hills capacitated staff to handle gender issues

 

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To further equip the staff of Marillac Hills, a center that is being managed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), some 28 staff of are underwent a Gender and Development Training cum Team Building activity to enhance their knowledge on gender sensitivity, held on December 23-24, 2015 at Pina Colina, Tagaytay City.

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan emphasized that the training would help the staff to better deliver the comprehensive programs and services to its target clientele and to further improve the social functioning of its residents towards mainstreaming them to the community.

The activity is in line with the Philippine Plan for Gender Responsive Development (PPGRD) which envisions a society that promotes gender equality and women’s empowerment and upholds human rights among other development goals.

Marillac Hills is a temporary shelter for girls and young women who are in need of social care and special protection.  It has developed expertise in helping victims cope with the trauma of sexual abuse, exploitation, unwanted pregnancy and/or in handling girls and young women in conflict with the law. ### (FO-NCR, Social Marketing Office)

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GOOD TIDINGS AND CHEER!

 

GOOD TIDINGgracesS AND CHEER! The PAGCOR family heartily shared warmth and love to   the residents of Golden Reception and Action Center for the Elderly and other Special Cases (GRACES) during their “Pamaskong Handog” last December 4, 2015.

DSWD-NCR Assistant Regional Director for Administration, Ms. Natividad Canlas and GRACES OIC, Ms. Rowela Hizon delivered their respective inspirational talks during the activity to further express gratitude to PAGCOR family for holding their annual gift-giving activity in the said residential facility for the first time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ahon Kabuhayan association president shares secret on continuous business growth

Ahon Kabuhayan president and pGMFI awarding

Welma Fernandez, 68 years old and president of “Barangay 142, Zone 42 Ahon Kabuhayan Association” shared how she and their association sustained their businesses that led to the receipt of their fourth cycle capital assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR), in partnership with the Philippine Goodworks Mission Foundation Inc.

“Para maging matagumpay ang isang asosasyon, dapat bawat miyembro ay nagtutulungan, kasama ang kanilang mga pamilya. Mahalaga na mayroon kayong unawaan at pagmamahal sa isa’t isa,” she muttered.

Fernandez personally recalled the time when she first received capital seed from Ahon Pangkabuhayan Project worth five thousand pesos.

“Dinagdag ko ang puhunang iyon sa aming maliit na tindahan. Dati, tsitsirya at kendi lang ang laman nito, pero ngayon mayroon nang mga tsinelas, softdrinks at iba pa. Kaya nagpapasalamat ako sa patuloy na patitiwala ng DSWD-NCR at PGMFI sa amin.” she added.

The income from their sari-sari store are of great help in sending her three grandchildren in school namely: Fercy Mae, 18 years old, currently 4th year Broadcasting student; Gabriel, 16 years old, Architecture student; and Chelsea Ann, 12 years old, Grade 8.

Further, she also acknowledged the importance of the livelihood training and seminar she attended to improve her skills and knowledge in managing her business. “Tinuruan po kami  kung paano mag-ipon at palaguin ang aming negosyo,”

 

As president of their association, she said that every member should also work together. “Kapag may ginipit sa amin at hindi muna kayang makapaghulog, nagtutulong tulong kaming lahat para makapagbayad kami sa itinakdang petsa. Sa ganitong paraan, hindi namin masisira ang tiwalang binigay sa amin.” 

Meanwhile, Ms. Belinda Manahan, Executive Director of PGMFI, encouraged everyone to continue their perseverance to sustain their businesses and improve their well-being. She also assured continuous partnership with the DSWD-NCR in helping poor families in the metro.

A total of 809,000 worth of capital assistance were awarded to 112 beneficiaries on December 10, 2015 through the Tulong Ahon Pangkabuhayan project wherein beneficiaries must return the no-interest capital seed fund within six (6) months. The Project Development Officers (PDOs) of DSWD-NCR 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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Typhoon Yolanda survivors reunited through MCCT-HSF program of DSWD

typhoon 1After two (2) years of searching for their family members subsequent to their survival in the devastating wrath of typhoon Yolanda in 2013, Mr. and Mrs. Muñez from Leyte had finally find their way back to each others’ arms again in Manila.

“Ang mister ko ay sumakay ng C130 habang ako at aking mga anak ay nag bus upang makapunta ng maynila… naglagi kami sa may luneta at doon ay nakapagtayo ng barung-barong habang unti-unting nawawalan ng pag-asa kung makikita ko pa kaya ang asawa ko,” Lorena Muñez, 49 years old shared during the Family Development Session (FDS) workshop for MCCT-HSF couples.

Surviving in Manila after typhoon Yolanda

In September 2015, Lorena’s family became a beneficiary of DSWD’s Modified Conditional cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) after they were reached out along the Ocean Park area in Luneta, Manila City.

“Nagtitinda kami ng chicharon sa maghapon para maipanggastos namin ng dalawa kong anak na kasama ko sa bahay… samantala, yung dalawa kong anak ay nasa Tagbilaran, isang pastor at isang may pamilya na,” added by Lorena.

Meanwhile, her husband, Norberto Muñez, 48 years old has travelled twice back and forth from Manila to Leyte just to continue his search for his loving wife and kids until in October 2015 when his relative from Pasay City informed him that his family is currently vending chicharon in Luneta.

Lorena is emotional while her husband, Norberto Muñez narrates to their fellow MCCT-HSF couples on how he untiringly searched for his family.

Lorena is emotional while her husband, Norberto Muñez narrates to their fellow MCCT-HSF couples on how he untiringly searched for his family.

“Nung nabalitaan ko ‘yun, hindi na ako nagdalawang isip pa dahil sobrang gusto ko ng Makita ang pamilya ko… nagtatanong tanong ako ‘dun sa Luneta at awa ng diyos ay kilala sila doon dahil sila daw ang na-reach out ng DSWD kamailan lang,” Norberto narrated.

After their school hours, Michael, 12 years old chose to help her mother in vending chicharon in Luneta while Lorena is currently employed as street sweeper under the cash-for-work scheme of MCCT-HSF that provides a source of livelihood for its beneficiaries.

Reunited in a safe “home”

Until one day, Michael arrived in their home which is being rented as their Alternative Family Home (AFH) together with his father that made Lorena burst with happiness and astonishment.

Teresa didn’t even know what to do as she still can’t believe how miraculous it is that her heart’s deepest wish which is to see and touch his alive husband since years ago, has finally came true right before her.

“Bago ko pinatuloy ang asawa ko sa bahay namin ay nakipag-ugnayan agad ako sa City Link ko kasi sinabi ko sa kanya na solo parent na ako dahil talagang wala na akong pag-asa na makikita ko pa ang asawa ko,” Teresa told.

MCCT-HSF beneficiaries appreciate FDS

typhoon 3On November 16-18, 2015, DSWD-NCR conducted the last batch of Family Development Session (FDS) workshop to a total of 43 MCCT-HSF couples in order to further appreciate the topics being discussed in their scheduled sessions. The Muñez couple were one of those couples who participated.

Also, among the attendees, Joel Reyes from Quezon City expressed his thoughts on how significant that spiritual aspect is included in the topics of their FDS.

“Nung nakaattend ako ng FDS at tungkol sa spiritwal na bagay ang paksa, naramdaman ko na nakatulong ito upang mapalapit ako sa Diyos… isang malaking bagay na sa ganung uri ng talakayan ay natuturuan ‘din kami ng aral ng Panginoon,” Joel emphasized.

FDS is under the health conditionality of the MCCT-HSF program wherein the beneficiaries need to attend weekly for their 1st to 2nd month from  registration in the program and twice a month for their 3rd month onwards.

MCCT-HSF aims to remove the indigent families from the streets by providing health and education assistance to children aged 0-18 years old and financial assistance for them to avail AFH.###

 

 

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DSWD-NCR, Manila City assess reached out families at Manila Boystown

Since Manila’s Reception and Action Center (RAC) is currently closed while undergoing rehabilitation to comply with standards of said facility, the government now assess reached out families from the streets by said LGU at Manila Boystown located in Parang, Marikina.

As of November 17, 2015, 24 families or 250 individuals were assessed in Manila boystown wherein 10 families were found eligible and immediately registered to DSWD’s Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF).

In partnership with local government of Manila, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) has also provided livelihood to 75 individuals under the cash-for-work (CFW) scheme while said families were being assessed in the center.

As part of their job, individuals under the CFW help in maintaining the cleanliness of the facility and its surroundings which prevents them from acquiring dengue and/or other related diseases that can be obtained from an untidy environment.

Said employees are earning 75% of the actual of minimum wage in Metro Manila which amounts to PhP 360.75 per day while performing their task in the center.

Meanwhile, as requested by Manila Social Welfare Department (MSWD), DSWD-NCR also provided family food packs which were distributed recently as augmentation to the LGU’s regular reach out operation in addressing prevalence of street dwellings.

While the MSWD is still looking for prospective alternative family home (AFH) for the newly registered MCCT-HSF beneficiaries, reached out families will stay in Manila Boystown while some who decided to go back to their respective provinces will be provided with transportation assistance under the “Balik Probinsya” service.

All LGUs in Metro Manila regularly conduct reach out operation for street dwellers as first responder to the needs of their constituents as mandated under the law.###

 

 

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DSWD-NCR continuously conducts reach-out operation in Metro Manila

A total of 497 individuals who are members of street families all over the 17 Local Government Units in Metro Manila have been reached out by the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) from January to September 2015.

Through the Department’s continuing reach out operation in partnership with the LGUs, barangays, MMDA, NGOs and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), some of said families were transported back to their provinces through the provision of transportation assistance under the DSWD’s “balik probinsya” while others were either endorsed to LGUs, DSWD Centers or returned to their families.

Meantime, some reached out families were registered in the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) which were included in the overall 4,408 beneficiaries of the program since 2012 to present.

“Since 2011 to present, DSWD-NCR continuously reaches out street families under the Comprehensive Program for Street Children, Street Families and Indigenous Peoples especially Bajaus that aims to address the prevalence of street dwelling in Metro Manila in coordination with LGUs,” said by Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan.

Director Bonoan also emphasized that the Department also receive reports of street children sightings through the official twitter account @savestreetkids wherein a dedicated reach out team assess the clients’ need.

Against the current issue of rounding up of street families in Manila due to the coming conduct of APEC summit in the country, the total number of reach out families implicates that the reach out activity is a regular operation of the Department due to the incidences of street families’ sightings in Metro Manila.

Meanwhile, among the abovementioned number of MCCT-HSF beneficiaries 3,044 has already availed the Alternative Family Home (AFH) and now in their safe home rented by DSWD as among the component of the program. ###

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MCCT-HSF beneficiary moves out from cemetery

macalalad“Hindi na kami ngayon natutulog sa malamig na semento sa sementeryo… may ligtas na tuluyan na kami at nakakapag-aral na ng maayos ang mga anak ko dahil may kuryente ang bahay namin,” shared by Charito Macalalad in front of her fellow Parent Leaders during the Intercity learning visit of beneficiaries held today in Parañaque City.

Charito, 46 years old and a solo parent of her six (6) children previously resided in Himlayang Palanyag Public Cemetery in Brgy. San Dionisio, Parañaque City from 2009 to 2012 with no fear on the risks they may encounter in said area.

In their early tenure in the cemetery, Charito engaged herself to any source of livelihood that may help her provide the needs of her family. Due to anxiety she is always experiencing when away from her children, she eventually refrained from working and just stayed in the cemetery together with her children.

Since 2009 to 2012, the cemetery has been the home of Charito’s family wherein she conceded that during that time, they felt degraded with the inconsiderate suspicious eyes of the strangers towards them.

Aside from losing self-confidence to face and interact with other people, Charito’s faith to God also diminished which make it hard for her to believe in the divine mercy when her family suffers in extreme poverty.

However, in October 2012, Charito finally glimpsed a hope brought by her family’s registration to Modified Conditional Cash Transfer for Homeless Street Families (MCCT-HSF) of DSWD.

“Malaki ang pinagbago ng aking pamilya nang mapasama kami sa MCCT-HSF… lalo na’t ako ang inihalal na Parent Leader sa aming grupo… bumalik ang tiwala ko sa aking sarili… ‘di na kame nahihiyang humarap sa ibang tao ngayon,” Charito added.

Charito was previously hired under the Cash-for-work scheme of the program and will also be employed as street facilitator wherein she will be one of the partners of the Department in reaching out street children and families in the major thoroughfares in Parañaque City.

Macalalad family is among the 4,408 MCCT-HSF beneficiaries in Metro Manila who are presently being monitored for education and health compliance of the program for them to receive the cash grants due to them.

Started in 2012, MCCT-HSF covers the families who were not included in the regular Conditional Cash Transfer program or the Pantawid Pamilya due to mobility of the street families that made them difficult to be monitored in health and education facilities.

Also, since they do not have house structure which is one of the variables being considered in the Proxy Means Test (PMT) of Listahanan, street families were not enumerated during the first round of household assessment in 2009-2011 which led to special validation for homeless street families in 2012.###

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DSWD : Hindi awtomatikong benepisyaryo ng mga programa ang mga nasa Listahanan

joy qc 2“Nais naming linawin na hindi garantiyang mapapasama agad sa mga programang panlipunan ang mga pamilyang nasa inisyal na listahanan ng mga mahihirap. Ang mga listahan ay resulta ng isinagawang assessment ng ahensya noong Mayo hanggang Septyembre 2015 at ngayon ay nakapaskil sa mga barangay halls para masuri ng publiko” paglilinaw ni DSWD-NCR Regional Director Ma. Alicia S. Bonoan.

Sa isinagawang assessment ng DSWD sa Metro Manila, 123,270 pamilya ang natukoy na mahihirap mula sa 1,190,755 na nainterbyu. Ang mga pamilya at komunidad ay maaaring maghain ng reklamo ukol sa naging resulta ng assessment at ang lahat ng mga hindi pa naiinterbyu ay maaari ring umapela.

Hinihikayat ng DSWD-NCR ang lahat na makiisa sa isinasagawang validation para masiguro na ang talaan ng mga pamilyang mahihirap ay maging “Sigurado, Kumpleto at Totoo.”

“Layunin ng ating proyektong Listahanan na matukoy kung sino at nasaan ang mga pamilyang mahihirap. Ito ay ginagamit na basehan ng pamahalaan upang makakuha ng potensyal na benepisyaryo ng programang panlipunan ayon sa mga itinakdang pamantayan,” sabi ni Bonoan. ###

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