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Edukasyo’y Abot, Sa Teatrong Handog

Nagsagawa ng isang pagtatanghal ang mga kawani ng Pantawid Pamilya sa Oriental Mindoro kaugnay ng Bata Balik Eskwela Campaign ng programa

Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro – Ngiti, halakhak, at luha – ilan lamang ito sa mga reaksyon ng mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office MIMAROPA na dumalo sa teatro na pinamagatang “Kasibanghay: Pantawid Pamilya Oriental Mindoro People’s Theater”. Ito ay isinagawa ng mga kawani ng Pantawid Pamilya Provincial Operations Office (POO) ng Oriental Mindoro sa Brgy. San Roque sa bayan ng Bulalacao noong ika-31 ng Mayo, 2019.

Kaugnay ng implementasyon ng Pantawid Pamilya ng Bata Balik Eskwela Campaign, isang daan at limampung (150) mga benepisyaryo na binubuo ng mga magulang at mga bata ang dumalo sa pagtatanghal na naglalayong hikayatin ang mga kabataang minomonitor ng programa sa edukasyon na ipagpatuloy ang kanilang pag-aaral.

Ang Bata Balik Eskwela o BBE ay kampanya ng programa upang pabalikin ang mga kabataang tumigil sa pag-aaral dulot ng iba’t-ibang dahilan kagaya ng kawalan ng interes, pagtatrabaho, maagang pagbubuntis, pag-aasawa at iba pa. Hinihikayat ang mga kabataang ito na bumalik sa pagpasok sa formal school o kaya naman ay maiendorso sa Alternative Learning System (ALS) kung sila ay hindi nakatapos ng elementarya o hayskul o kaya naman ay hindi nakapasok ng paaralan kailanman.

Sinimulan ng POO-Oriental Mindoro ang unang pagtatanghal ng teatro noong Mayo 21 sa Brgy. San Aquilino, Bayan ng Roxas sa nasabing lalawigan at patuloy na isasagawa hanggang Hunyo 28, 2019 sa iba’t ibang munisipyo ng Oriental Mindoro, sa pangunguna ni Provincial Link Ms. Maridel T. Rodriguez, RSW. Sa pamamagitan nito, naipapakita sa mga benepisyaryo ang mga sitwasyong hango sa kanilang tunay na kalagayan sa isang masining na pamamaraan upang pukawin ang kanilang kamalayan hinggil sa mga karanasan at suliraning kinakaharap ng mga kabataan sa bahay, paaralan, at komunidad. Bukod dito, ang pagtatanghal ay nagpapakita rin ng mga solusyong maaaring gawin upang tugunan ang mga nasabing suliranin.

Layunin ng teatro na hikayatin ang mga kabataan at magulang na ipagpatuloy ang pag-aaral ng mga kabataan para sa kanilang magandang kinabukasan

Ang “Kasibanghay: Pantawid Pamilya Oriental Mindoro People’s Theater” na hango sa mga salitang “kasi” o love at “banghay” o project, ay nagtatampok ng pagtatanghal na nahahati sa tatlong iba’t ibang senaryo na kasalukuyang nangyayari at nagiging dahilan ng paghinto sa pag-aaral ng mga kabataan.

Sa unang senaryo ay itinatanghal ang mga pangyayari kung paano nawawalan ng interes ang isang bata sa kanyang pag-aaral, tulad ng impluwensiya ng barkada at pagkalulong sa iba’t ibang bisyo na nagiging dahilan ng pagliban sa klase. Sa pangalawang pagtatanghal naman ay ipinapakita kung paanong ang paghahanapbuhay sa murang edad ay isa rin sa dahilan ng paghinto sa pag-aaral. Dulot ng kakapusan sa pantustos sa pang-araw araw na pangangailangan ng pamilya, napipilitang pumasok sa paghahanap buhay ang bata upang makatulong sa magulang. Sa huling parte ng pagtatanghal ay itinatampok ang pangyayari kung paanong ang maagang pagbubuntis at pag-aasawa sa murang edad ay nakahahadlang sa tuluy-tuloy na pagpasok sa paaralan. Ipinapakita rin sa bawat senaryo na ang responsibilidad ng magulang na gabayan ang kanilang mga anak ay lubhang mahalaga upang matulungan ang mga kabataan na magkaroon ng tamang pananaw at patuloy na mangarap ng mas magandang buhay sa hinaharap.

Sa pagtatapos ng bawat pagtatanghal, isang Case Conference ang isinasagawa sa pangunguna ng SWO II, SWO III, at CVS Focal ng lalawigan upang higit na magbigay ng paggabay sa mga magulang at kabataan, at masiguro na sila ay makakabalik sa pag-aaral.

Umaasa ang pamunuan ng programa sa buong probinsya na ang gawaing ito ay magdulot ng positibong resulta kung saan mas maraming bata ang mahikayat at tumugon sa pangunahing layunin na sila ay maibalik sa pag-aaral upang sila ay magkaroon ng mas maayos na buhay sa hinaharap.

Sa kasalukuyan, mayroong 7,656 na bilang ng mga batang Pantawid sa probinsya ng Oriental Mindoro ang hindi pumapasok sa paaralan o hindi nagpatuloy sa pag-aaral.###

 

(Contributed by: Gellai Ferrer Adeva)

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The Wharf of Bancalaan: Reaching the Heart of Balabac, Palawan

Community volunteer Diana Abdula, while cradling her daughter Fatima, narrates how the newly-constructed concrete wharf is helping the island barangay of Bancalaan in Balabac, Palawan.

For the longest time, Diana Abdula, 33, haven’t thought that her feet would be able to step on a hard concrete wharf in their far flung barangay in Balabac, Palawan. For the longest time, there’s no other way out but a 100-meter walk over a creaking – sometimes slippery – rickety wooden wharf under the scorching heat of the sun in summer or the cold needle-like piercing of raindrops during rainy days.

But Abdula, and the rest of the community members, proved that the people have the power to make their lives better.

For a short while now, the 100-meter stretch of hard cement stands proud and mighty – as if announcing to every person who alights from the passenger boats that it is a product of sweat, passion, and hardwork of the Muslim community of Brgy. Bancalaan, Balabac, Palawan.

The Wooden Wharf

The 100 linear meter concrete wharf which replaced the accident-prone wooden wharf that the barangay was using for the longest time.

The island municipality of Balabac is considered as the westernmost point of the Philippines, just a few kilometres away from Sabah, Malaysia. Due to its geographical location, it has long been deprived of easy access to government services and opportunity for growth and development.

To say that the journey to Balabac is rough is an understatement. One has to leave capital city Puerto Princesa in the wee hours of the morning – 2AM is safe, 4 AM is a risk – to travel 272.5 kilometers away to Rio Tuba in the municipality of Bataraza. From there, two passenger boats depart daily at around 11:30 AM.

But the beauty of the municipality is worth the whole day travel. Balabac is home to unspoilt long-stretch of white sand beaches and pristine clear waters.

So it has not been a surprise that this paradise is increasingly gaining attention from local and foreign tourists alike.

For the past years, however, the first thing that welcomed tourists to the municipality was a wharf made of wooden boards. The boards, which were around two inches apart, paved the way to reach the island after more or less 3 hours of sailing along Sulu Sea and Balabac Strait.

Safety, as expected, wasn’t guaranteed.

“Yan dati kahoy lang s’ya, so madalas yung maintenance, madalas masira. Nasa tabing-dagat kasi ‘yan, ‘pag yung pako kinalawang na, automatic ‘yun, luluwag na. Pag lumuwag na, makakalas na yung mga tabla tabla, tapos madalas, may mga nahuhulog, nalulusot (Before, the wharf was made of wooden boards, so the maintenance was frequent. Since it was near the shore, nails become rusty easily. When that happens, the wooden boards would then be unusable,and there were incidents of people falling down the holes),”said Rolly Reyes, Brgy. Captain of Bancalaan.

Maintenance cost for the wooden wharf was also a problem for the barangay due to frequent retro-fitting.

“Kapag may nasira doon, nabulok ang kahoy, di naman pwedeng ang papalitan mo yun lang, kailangan totally buuin mo lahat kasi mabilis lang din masisira (When one wooden board gets damaged, we couldn’t replace that specific board alone. So we usually overhaul the whole wharf or at least large segment of it),” he added.

The wooden boards, moreover, were bought from mainland Palawan adding more logistical costs. The price of the boards alone was estimated at around PHP 1,000 per piece. Add the transportation cost and the price ballooned to an amount that took its toll to the budget of the barangay.

Cementing the wharf, Cementing progress

Bancalaan Brgy. Captain Rolly Reyes

Home to 14,500 individuals, around 99% of whom are Muslims, Brgy. Bancalaan is composed of two islands. The wharf, which costs PHP 4,831, 623. 79, is situated in the major island is considered as the entry point to Balabac.

For Brgy. Captain Reyes, this wharf serves as the face of the municipality, giving tourists their first impression of what Balabac is and what it has to offer.

So when the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) of the Department of Social Welfare and Developmemt (DSWD) reached their municipality, the people of Bancalaan did not think twice on proposing a better, and definitely safer wharf.

Not only does this new wharf look so much better, but it also helps in the economic development of this far-flung community.

The 100 linear meter concrete wharf, completed on May 2019, eases some economic burden to the residents of Bancalaan.  For the longest time, they would pay the porters Php 30.00 per sack of goods that has to be carried across the wooden wharf up until it reached the beach area.

Abdula, born, raised and eventually started a family in Bancalaan, recalled how hard and expensive it has been for them to transport goods from neighboring town Bataraza to their barangay.

“Kapag galing pa sa Rio Tuba, namasahe ka na sa passenger tapos nagpa-estiba ka pa d’yan tapos namasahe ka pa sa motor. Kaya medyo mahal ang paninda dito (From Rio Tuba, you’ll pay for the passenger boat fare and then for porter services and then for tricycle. So the goods sold here are relatively more expensive than normal),” said Abdula.

Involving the community, Creating a legacy

The residents of Barangay Bancalaan waiting for the passenger boat to Balabac mainland. When the concrete wharf was constructed, motorcycles have been able to reach the docking area easing some economic burdens for the community. 

If Brgy. Bancalaan is the heart of Balabac, the community volunteers are considered as the heart of the barangay.

If not for them, we wouldn’t be able to step on a wharf made of hard concrete, said Brgy. Capt. Reyes.

The first-termer Brgy. Captain believed that the community’s involvement in the process of project development – from planning to implementation – has contributed a lot to the completion of the wharf which benefits all of the residents of barangay, neighboring barangays, and even tourists that are starting to flock their municipality.

“’Pag involved ang tao syempre mas aalagaan nila ang proyekto, ‘pag involved ang tao, concerned sila, ‘pag may nakita silang [mali], may mag-rereact. Kasi syempre, merong makikialam, merong makikiisa, ‘yun ang advantage talaga pag involved [ang community]. Saka sa lahat ng proyekto,  ‘yun ang tama, involve mo ung community (When the community is involved, they would definitely take care of the project, they are concerned so when they see something odd, they would react. There are people who would show no indifference, who would cooperate; that’s the advantage of community involevement. And that’s the right thing to do in project development),“ said Brgy Capt. Reyes.

In the Kalahi-CIDSS process, the beneficiary community are in the frontline. Community volunteers are chosen to execute the processes needed for project completion. Decisions for them are made by them. For Brgy. Captain Reyes, this has led to the community’s sense of ownership over the wharf.

“Amin ‘yan. Kami ang gumawa n’yan. Pinaghirapan namin ‘yan. Involved kami d’yan. Alaala namin ‘yan (That’s ours. We made that. We exerted effort for that. That’s our legacy),” he added.

From now on, for a very long time, the legacy of the volunteers of Brgy. Bancalaaan will surely be of great use to the community. The wharf, created with passion, vigor, and the undying hope to make life in the island easier, will let this generation – and the ones that will follow – boar the passenger boats safer and free of worry. #

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DSWD MIMAROPA launches Bata Balik Eskwela Campaign

Pantawid Pamilya launches its Bata Balik Ekwela Campaign to the different provinces of MIMAROPA Region to encourage students who are not attending school to continue studying

Malate, Manila – The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office MIMAROPA through Pantawid Pamilyang Pamilya Program launched the Bata Balik Eskwela Campaign on May 20, 2019 as part of its efforts to encourage children beneficiaries to enroll in school and maintain their attendance in class. With tagline, “Edukasyon ay Mahalaga, Ito ay ating Ipaalala”, the campaign will continue until the end of enrollment which is set on August.

In order to sustain the compliance of the beneficiaries to the program’s conditionalities especially in education, the Pantawid Pamilya rolled out the Bata Balik Eskwela Campaign or BBE which is targeted mainly for Pantawid children who are not currently enrolled and not attending.

The campaign was launched to encourage Pantawid children who are not attending school to continue studying so that they will fully utilize the program’s benefits,” said DSWD MIMAROPA OIC Regional Director Floreceli G. Gunio.

The different Municipal Operations Offices (MOOs) of Pantawid Pamilya set up information booth during Brigada Eskwela as part of the campaign to provide consultation to parents and children who are not attending school (Photo from Buenavista, Marinduque)

The Pantawid Pamilya provides conditional cash grants to the poor Filipino families, investing on health and education of the children. It provides P300.00 for every family who are compliant to its health conditionalities while another P300.00 for every monitored child who maintains 85% of their attendance in pre-school and elementary while P500.00 for those who are studying in high school. Only three children of the household-beneficiary can be monitored.

“Through the campaign, different reasons for not attending school were identified such as early pregnancy/fatherhood, bullying, gender-based violence, loss of interest, and working among others. These serve as guide to manage the cases of the children and provide them proper interventions,” explained Gunio.

Before the launch of the campaign, the Regional Office of Pantawid Pamillya convened all social workers of the DSWD Field Office MIMAROPA to create an action plan based on the different reasons for not attending school. These strategies have helped the field staff of the Provincial Operations Offices (POOs) in the execution of the campaign which include setting up of information desk during Brigada Eskwela; conducting focus group discussions to both parents and children; and tapping Alternative Learning System (ALS) coordinators to provide orientation about other modes of education offered by the Department of Education (DepEd) which they may also attend in lieu of the formal regular classes if they were not able to finish elementary or high school or have not attended school at all. In Oriental Mindoro, Pantawid Pamilya field staff conducted a stage play in every municipality. The stage play commenced on May 22, 2019 in Roxas, Oriental Mindoro and will continue until June 28, 2019. The play demonstrates stories of the beneficiaries and their struggles in life especially in gaining access to education. Through the stage play, the field implementer aim to exhibit the different means which beneficiaries may adopt in order to respond with their problems to allow them to continue studying.

Moreover, the program coordinates with the schools and Barangay Local Government Units (BLGUs) to discuss the involvement of the school’s Child Protection Policies and the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children in the implementation of the campaign. Starting June until August, the field staff will conduct case management, group work, and monitoring for those students who did not enroll for School Year 2019 to 2020.

“It is hoped that through these efforts, the importance of education in providing a better future will be instilled in the minds of the children beneficiaries,” Gunio said.

As of March 2019, there are 14,872 identified children beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya in MIMAROPA Region who are not attending school.  ###

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34 MIMAROPA centenarians to receive 100k cash gift

MALATE, Manila— The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is set to release cash gifts to 34 centenarians in MIMAROPA region this year.

The Centenarians Acts of 2016 or Republic Act 10868  states that all Filipinos who live to 100 years, otherwise known as a centenarian, will receive a centenarian gift of P100,000 whether living in the Philippines or not.

“Of this year’s target centenarians, three were already paid amounting to P300,000.00.  There are 34 centenarians subject for validation in terms of age, while some of them are now complying with all the requirements,” said senior citizen sector focal Lordessa Fe  Gilera.

The Department has allocated P3.9 million for the 2019 centenarian targets.

Based on DSWD records, a total of P2.3 million cash gifts released to seven centenarians in Oriental Mindoro; four in Occidental Mindoro; one in Marinduque; five in Romblon; and six in
Palawan in 2018, Gilera added.

Under the law, centenarians will also receive a plaque of recognition and a cash incentive from their respective local government units.###

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