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A Battle Well Fought

A mother has a heart of a soldier. It beats to protect her children. In its veins flow endless compassion and care. Its walls are strengthened by hope and grace. It sees the ugly and transforms it into a multitude of admirable beauty. Its muscles are collections of wisdom that reflects in the heart of her children.

Lilian Garcia, 46, a mother of four has survived countless defeat and has won numerous battles. She married at an early age and since then, she has been fighting to keep her family’s head above water. Her husband, a farmer, barely compensates to the lack of financial capacity to send all their children to school. But her sheer desire to fulfill her dream of seeing all the children finish their education fuels her motivation to fight harder.

A couple’s story

Farming was the major source of income the Garcia couple has in the early stage of their marriage. The meager amount they earn a day cannot cover daily expenses for a family of six. Aurello, her husband, had to wake up at four in the morning to fish so Lilian could vend the catch in hope of stretching their financial stick. Even with two sources of income, the couple barely met the needs of their family.

“Minsan talaga, noon, kapag walang wala na kami makuhanan ng pera, humihingi na din ako ng tulong sa mga magulang ko kapag meron silang extra,” recalled Lilian. Her determination was not weakened by her financial circumstance. Lilian is naturally resourceful. She shared, “ako talaga ang iniisip ko ay mapagkakakitaan parati. Ginawa ko talaga yung kinikita naming sa pagtatanim at pangingisda at yung tulong mula sa magulang ko, inipon ko para makapagtayo ng maliit na sari-sari store.”

The absence of electricity in their area in Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro made it difficult for Lilian to manage the store at night. She remembered having to light up a small candle, hoping it would last until ten in the evening so she can save the money to buy another one.

Her family suffered a massive blow when one of her husband’s leg got paralyzed due to a dysfunction in the veins. Aurello had to stop farming for at least 3 months, which meant losing half of their earnings at that time. “Doon ako talaga sobrang nahirapan, kasi gastos sa gamot sa pang araw-araw pa, kaya talagang hirap na hirap ako,” shared Lilian.

A shed of light

The Sustainable Livelihood Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development aims to alleviate poverty by providing financial assistance for livelihood purposes. Lilian is fortunate to be granted a total amount of Php 10,000.00 as a start-up capital for a business. She used the capital to add items to sell in her sari-sari store. Sitio Balagnan is situated far off the town of Abra de Ilog where most markets are.

Residents in their community have to ride a boat for an hour and a half to get to town to stock up groceries consumable in a week or a month.  This gave Lilian an idea to begin retailing rice and other goods in their sitio to help people save time from visiting town for groceries. The sari-sari store and rice retail began to flourish and her monthly income increased. Now, her family has enough money to spend for their daily expenses.

Money became a bit tighter when two of her children stepped in college. A huge chunk of the budget had to be allocated for their studies. Instead of having one of them to stop schooling, she welcomed the opportunity of venturing into another business, the selling of ready-to-wear clothes. Lilian then had extra money saved which she used to buy clothes to sell.

With a clear goal to increase her profit, she was able to earn the capital back and kept all her business afloat. As today, three of her children have already graduated and two of them are now employed. Her store earns steadily and she continuously saves for future use. She assures to deposit a fixed amount of money on a monthly basis.

Sharing the success

Lilian’s dream of seeing all her children complete their college degrees is nearing its realization. She has her youngest at junior highschool and part of her savings will be allocated to his college studies. Lilian proudly said, “Umalwan na ang buhay naming at patuloy pa din sa pagsasaka ang mister ko para malaki pa din ang kita namin sa buwanan.” 

SLP has provided a platform for success to the Garcia family and Lilian is now ready and determined to inspire the community with her story. She is a leader of 25 other grantees and serves as a guide as to how they can spend the cash grants wisely. Lilian has fought adversities and stood resilient against challenges brought by financial incapacities. Like a real soldier, she fought and now marches on the road to the glorious finish to her greatest battle yet – influencing the whole community into becoming a success in their own business venture. ###

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Dwight Macabuhay

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C/MLs ng Pantawid Pamilya ng MIMARO, nagsasama-sama para sa isang pagsasanay

Ang mga C/MLs ng MIMARO habang nagsasagawa ng workshop para sa kanilang pagsasanay

Metro Manila – Matagumpay na isinagawa ang Learning and Development Intervention (LDI) on Strengthening Partnership and Advocacy upang pagtibayin ang kakayahan ng mga kawani ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ng Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office MIMAROPA sa Makati Palace Hotel, Makati City noong Nobyembre 26-29, 2018. Ito ay dinaluhan ng 53 City at Municipal Links (C/MLs) mula sa iba’t ibang munisipyo ng Oriental Mindoro, Occidental Mindoro, Romblon, at Marinduque.

Layunin ng nasabing pagsasanay ang mahubog pa ang kakayahan ng bawat kawani sa pagbuo ng ugnayan sa iba’t ibang ahensya at departamento na katuwang nila sa pagpapatupad ng programang Pantawid Pamilya sa kanilang mga bayan at mga probinsya. Kasabay nito, bibigyang-kaalaman din ng pagsasanay ang mga C/MLs upang mapagtibay ang adbokasiya ng programa katuwang ang mga benepisyaryo.

Nagsimula ang pagsasanay sa pagpapatibay ng kaalaman ng mga kawani patungkol sa iba’t-ibang uri ng pamamaraan ng mabisang pakikipagugnayan sa iba’t ibang mga ahensya na nakakasalamuha nila sa kanilang mga munisipyo. Nagbahagi din ang bawat probinsya ng kanilang mga kinakaharap na suliranin pagdating sa pakikipag-uganyan o partnership at mga hakbangin na ginagawa nila upang mabigyan lunas ang mga suliraning ito. Ang mga nasabing gawain ay tinutukan at binigyang-diin ng mga Institutional Partnership Division Officers (IPDO) na sina Bb. Kacelyn Francisco, Civil Society Organization (CSO) focal, Bb. Margie Ann Fruelda, Supply Side Assessment (SSA) focal, at G. Ernesto David Jr, National Government Agency (NGA) focal .

Matapos nito ay binigyan din ng pagkakataon ang bawat isa na isagawa ang iba’t ibang aktibidades na makakatulong sa paghubog ng kanilang kakayahan sa Social Marketing sa tulong ni Bb. Maria Alyssa L. Esguerra, Regional Information Officer, at Bb. Diane Magbanua, Segment Producer of GMA News, tulad ng pagawa ng photo story documentation, news and feature writing, at kung paano humarap sa media.

Lubos na pasasalamat at ipinahatid ng bawat kalahok sa mga pagsasanay na ginawa nila sa loob ng apat na araw na gawain.

Inaasahan ng bawat isa na mas magiging mabuti ang pamamaraan ng komunikasyon at koneksyon nila sa mga katuwang na indibidwal, ahensya at mga departamento sa mga gawain patungkol sa pagpapatupad ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program at ganun na din ang pag-asa nilang mas mapapabuti ang paglalahad nila ng mga gawain at kaganapan sa loob ng programa sa pagamit ng social media at iba pa.

Sa Disyembre 11-14, 2018, isasagawa naman ang LDI para sa ikalawang pangkat ng mga C/MLs ng Palawan sa Palawan Uno Hotel, Puerto Princesa, Palawan.###

 

Submitted by: Reylyn R. Villena

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Medical Mission, Isinagawa Para Sa Mga Katutubong Batak

Puerto Princesa, Palawan – Ipinagkaloob ng mga miyembro ng Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Employees Association, Incorporated (BSPEAI) ang isang araw na medical mission sa mga katutubong Batak na benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program noong December 1, 2018. Idinaos ang nasabing aktibidad sa Sitio Makandring, Barangay Langogan, Puerto Princesa City upang maihatid ang serbisyong pangkalusugan sa mga mamamayang lubos na nangangailangan at mahirap maabot ng mga serbisyong katulad nito.

Sa pakikipag-ugnayan sa konseho ng Barangay Langogan at sa lokal na pamahalaan ng Puerto Princesa City ay matagumpay na naidaos ang aktibidad na pinangunahan ng BSPEAI katuwang ang mga kawani ng Department of Social Welfare and Development-Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program at Armed Forces of the Philippines.

Ang Medical Mission ay dinaluhan ng 212 na indibidwal na pawing mga katutubo ng nasabing barangay. Maliban sa konsultasyon, ilan pa sa mga serbisyong ipinagkaloob ay ang libreng bunot ng ngipin, pamimigay ng libreng gamot at bitamina, libreng pakain, pagpapagupit, pamimigay ng mga laruan sa mga bata, at pamimigay ng hygiene kit sa bawat sambahayan. Kalakip ng aktibidad ay ang pagbibigay ng aliw sa mga bata at sa kanilang mga magulang sa pamamagitan ng mga palaro na may nakalaang papremyo at sa pamamagitan ng pakikihalubilo sa mascot ng Jollibee.

Ito na ang pangalawang medical mission na isinagawa ng nasabing grupo na nagnanais na maibigay ang malusog na pangangatawan sa mga labis na ngangailangan.

Nagpahayag ng pasasalamat ang mga nakatanggap ng serbisyo dahil nagkaroon sila ng pagkakataon na matingnan ng doktor at mabigayan ng libreng gamot at iba pang serbisyo na kadalasan ay mahirap maiparating sa kanila dahil sa kalagayang heograpiko. Inaasahan na magkakaroon pa ulit ng ganitong uri ng aktibidad ang nasabing grupo na ang layunin ay maihatid ang tulong sa mga nasa laylayan ng lipunan. ###

 

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Erpat, Isinagawa sa iba’t ibang barangay sa bayan ng Roxas, Palawan

Roxas, Palawan – Aktibong nakilahok ang mga haligi ng tahanan sa isinagawang ERPAT (Empowerment and Reaffirmation on the Paternal Abilties Training) sa iba’t ibang barangay sa bayan ng Roxas nitong buong buwan ng Nobyembre 2018.

Sa pakikipag-ugnayan ng ERPAT Focal Person na si Ms.Rosalie Macatangay, Social Welfare Officer III ng Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office sa mga Municipal Links ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program sa Roxas, Palawan, naging matagumpay na naisagawa ang oryentasyon sa ERPAT sa mga tatay na benepisyaryo ng programa.

Ang aktibidad na ito ay naging bahagi ng isinagawang Family Development Session (FDS) sa buwan ng Nobyembre 2018. Bahagi ng kondisyon ng programa ang dumalo ang mag-asawa sa mga sesyon patungkol sa pagiging responsableng magulang at pagpaplano ng pamilya. Kung kaya’t sa tulong ng mga Municipal Links at koordinasyon sa iba’t ibang barangay ay matagumpay itong naisagawa.

Layunin ng aktibidad ito na paigtingin ang mga responsibilidad ng tatay bilang haligi ng tahanan. Ayon kay Ms. Macatangay, dapat na magtulungan ang mag-asawa sa pagtataguyod ng magandang kinabukasan ng pamilya. Sa tulong nito, mas napapatibay ang magandang samahan ng mag asawa. Dagdag pa niya, umpisa pa lamang ito ng maraming sesyon para sa mga tatay bilang haligi ng tahanan.

Maliban sa oryentasyon na ito ay magkakaroon pa ng iba’t ibang aktibidad ang ERPAT sa susunod na taon kung saan ay mayroong nakalaan na module upang mas palawakin pa ang kaalaman ng mga tatay.  

Inaasahan na magiging aktibo ang mga tatay sa mga susunod pang sesyon. ###

 

Submitted by: Mary Valerie L. Magallado

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Pantawid MIMAROPA exemplary child awarded 4th runner up to the National Search

Adeli D. Tan awarded as the 4th Runner-up in the National Search for Exemplary Children 2018 together with DSWD Sec. Rolando Bautista and Pantawid Pamilya Director Ernestina Z. Solloso

Malate, Manila – The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) announced on December 1, 2018, the winners of the National Search for Exemplary Children during the celebration of the “Araw ng Kabataan” held at the SM North Skydome. Adeli D. Tan of Rizal, Occidental Mindoro was awarded as the 4th runner-up of the Search out of the 16 other children beneficiaries who joined the competition.

The title was won by Jay Mark C. Gac-ang of Lanao Del Norte, followed by Maria Kaitlinn Cayne S. Lubrico  of Iloilo as the 1st runner-up. Meanwhile, Kristine Nicole S. Bumadilla of Pangasinan was announced as the 2nd runner-up and Justin Dale Dela Cruz from the National Capital Region (NCR) as the 3rd runner-up.

DSWD Secretary Rolando Joselito Bautista attended the event and congratulated all the exemplary children. In his message, he recognized the role of children in the society as well as the government’s role in advancing children’s rights.

He reminded the audience of the significant events leading to the annual celebration of the children’s month more than 30 years ago.

The 4Ps or Pantawid Pamilya is one of the government’s programs to protect and promote the rights of children. In 2012, the program launched the Search for Exemplary Children to recognize children-beneficiaries who are role models in their families, communities, and in the society,” shared Sec. Bautista.

The Araw ng Kabataan is an annual event of the Pantawid Pamilya as part of the National Children’s Congress (NCC) which was celebrated in line with the National Children’s Month celebration in November.

Exemplary children from MIMAROPA region

NCC is a one-week activity for to conduct different workshop and activities focusing on forming a “mapagkalingang komunidad para sa kabataan” held on November 25-30, 2018 at Greenhills Elan Hotel. The five (5) exemplary children from the Regional Search and Jecille Arah M. Costales, the national exemplary child 2017, joined the other provincial exemplary children nationwide during the activity with the theme entitled, “Bata, Magkaisa Tungo sa Bayang Mapagkalinga”. ###

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Gulayan sa barangay ng Malis

Brooke’s Point, Palawan – Bawat benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program sa Brgy. Malis, Brooke’s Point, Palawan na mayroong 9 na grupo at 250 na myembero ay sama-samang nagtanim at bumuo ng gulayan sa kanilang barangay na nagsimula noong unang linggo ng Hulyo taong 2018.

Gulayan sa barangay ng Malis

Isa sa nakikitang sagot sa pagkakaroon ng isang malusog na pangangatawan at pagbawas sa kaso ng malnutrisyon sa kanilang komunidad ay ang pagkakaroon ng gulayan sa barangay bukod pa sa gulayan sa bakuran.

Kaya naman, napagtanto ng bawat myembrong kasapi ng samahan na magtulungan mula sa paglilinis, pagbubungkal, paghahanap ng binhi at ang pagtatanim sa kanilang napiling lugar sa barangay, hanggang sa pag-ani ng bawat gulay na kanilang itinanim, at napagkakitaan sa pamamagitan ng pagtitinda ng kanilang mga ani sa palengke. Ilan sa mga gulay na kanilang itinanim ay okra, siling haba, kalabasa, patola, kamatis at sitaw na masasabing isa sa may pinakamalapad na taniman.

Ayon kay Gng. Theresa Ambuan, isa sa mga parent leaders ng nasabing barangay, na isa itong malaking tulong sa bawat myembro ng programa sapagkat ang iba’y dating walang intensyon sa pagtatanim ay natuto at nakita nilang hindi imposible na ito’y kanilang mapagkakitaan din. Dagdag pa niya, simula ng sila’y nagtanim hanggang sa katapusan ng buwan ng Nobyembre sila ay kumita na ng higit sa P7,000.00 na kanilang magagamit na kanila namang paghahatian para sa kanilang pansariling gastusin.

Ipinakikita lamang dito na hindi imposible na magkaroon ng magandang resulta ang bawat pagsusumikap, matutong magkaroon ng positibong pananaw sa buhay ng tulong-tulong para sa pagkakaroon ng isang malusog na mamamayan sa isang komunidad.

Buhat nang ang gulayan sa baranggay ng Malis ay nabuo, nakita hindi lamang ng nga benepisyaro kundi pati na rin ang mga taong nasa barangay ang magandang epekto nito: nabawasan ang malnutrisyon, nagkaroon ng dagdag na kita ang mga miyembro, at napagtibay din ang samahan ng bawat pamilya at grupo. Dahil dito naisin ng bawat miyembro kasama ang konseho ng baranggay na ipagpatuloy, susuportahan, at ibabahagi pa sa iba ang gawaing ito. ###

 

Submitted by: Arianne S. Bacaling

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Libreng konsultasyon at serbisyo para sa mga katutubong nasa nayon

Bansud, Oriental Mindoro – Matagumpay na nairaos ang isang outreach program at libreng konsultasyon para sa mga katutubong Buhid Mangyan ng Sitio Palamang, Brgy. Manihala, Bansud, Oriental Mindoro noong Nobyembre 17-18, 2018. Dinaluhan ito ng mahigit 70 na pamilya na benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program sa pangunguna ng Municipal Action Team ng Bansud na binubuo ng mga kawani ng Pantawid Pamilya at Sustainable Livelihood Program ng Department of Social Welfare and Development.

Matiyagang nilakbay ng grupo and komunidad ng mga katutubo upang maipaabot ang serbisyong kanilang bitbit. Ganap na ika-7 ng gabi nang marating nila ang komunidad ng mga katutubo na malugod namang tumanggap sa kanila.

Opisyal na sinimulan ang aktibidad sa ikalawang araw ng kanilang pagbisita. Kasama si Dr. Jonathan Leviste mula sa Oriental Mindoro Provincial Hospital (OMPH), nagsagawa ng libreng konsultasyon at libreng gamot at bitamina para sa mga katutubo. Kasabay ng konsultasyon ay nagpamigay din ng mga laruan sa mga batang Buhid Mangyan mula sa mga donasyon na nalikom ng grupo. Bukod pa rito, nakatanggap din ang mga batang Buhid ng tsinelas na kanilang magagamit sa pagpasok sa paaralan. Katuwang din ang iba pang ahesnya, nakatanggap din ng libreng kulambo ang bawat pamilyang katutubo na magagamit nila upang makaiwas sa mga karamdamang dala ng lamok.

Nilalayon ng akttibidad na ito na marating ang mga katutubo na walang sapat na pinansyal upoang makapagkonsulta at makabili ng gamot. Higit na ikinataba ng kanilang puso ang mga simpleng regalo na kanilang natanggap na nagbigay ng panibagong pag-asa sa kanila.

Lubos ang kagalakan at pasasalamat ng mga katutubong Buhid Mangyan, na sa kabila ng kanilang kalagayan ay hindi ipinagkait ang ganitong libreng serbisyo. Patuloy naman ang serbisyong ibibigay ng Convergene Team ng Bansud para sa mga benepisyaryo ng programa sa pagsasagawa ng ganitong mga aktibidades. ###

 

Submitted by: Darleen T. Lolong

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Socorro holds “bote for life” Cycle 7

Socorro, Oriental Mindoro – On November 22, 2018, the Municipality of Socorro, Oriental Mindoro held its 7th cycle of Convergence Initiative ‘Bote for Life’ spearheaded by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Municipal Action Team – Socorro.

The initiative is a fund-raising activity, which aims to provide Pantawid beneficiaries with free Social Insurance coverage in partnership with Palawan Pawnshop.

According to the 2015 Social Welfare Development Indicator (SWDI) survey, a total of 1,162 program partner households are still non-member of any insurance companies, which put their members in financial risks in times of unexpected incidents.

Since September 2017, all beneficiaries of the municipality of Socorro are required to bring 5 clean empty bottles every conduct of offsite payout, which is collected in a single venue operated by the Pantawid staff. The bottles are then collected in sacks and then sold to a partner junkshop to generate funds out of it. The amount collected would then be used as registration fees of program partner beneficiaries to the Palawan Pawnshop Social Insurance plan 100, which covers benefits for accidental, death, education, and health of five active members of the household for one whole year. Looking at it in a larger perspective, the family’s financial security and safety is ensured in exchange of five reusable bottles brought bi-monthly.

As of Cycle 6, a sum of 578 households have benefited from the ‘Bote for Life’ project, and the DSWD Municipal Action Team is currently on the process of adding more of beneficiaries on the list of ensured families for a more secured future, financial wise. ###

 

Submitted by: Eris James M. Faderogao

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