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Liham ng Pasasalamat

(Ang liham na ito ay sinulat ni Ginang Maricel L. Baddu, isang benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya mula sa Sanchez Mira, Cagayan)

Maligayang bati po sa inyong lahat !!!

Nais ko pong ibahagi ang pagbabagong naganap sa buhay ko at ng pamilya ko simula ng tumanggap ako ng tulong mula sa programa ng ating mahal na pangulo ang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program sa ahensya ng Department of Social Welfare & Development.

Noon, isa lamang akong simpleng may bahay, taga-laba, taga-luto, taga-linis at taga alaga sa anim naming anak at sa aking asawa na isang magbubukid. Ako’y hinahamak, kinukutya, nilalait dahil mababa lang ang aking pinag-aralan, tinatawag na tanga at kung anu-ano pang mga masasakit na salita pero nanatili akong mapagpakumbaba. Sa halip, sumasama ako sa bukid para magtanim at mag-ani ng palay, gumagawa ng walis tingting at naghuhugas ako ng mga bote at kahit napakahirap nagtitiis ako, umaasa, dumadalangin na sana balang araw buksan ng Diyos ang bintana at pintuan ng langit para sa amin, para sa kinabukasan ng aking mga anak para hindi sila matulad sa akin; at salamat sa kanya dininig nya ang aming dasal at mga hiling.

Noong December 9, 2011, natanggap ko ang panunumpa at kumpirmado na isa akong benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, napatalon ako sa tuwa. Inisip at ipinagdasal ko sa Diyos na gabayan at ituro sa akin kung ano ang dapat gawin. Sa awa ng Diyos, June 8, 2012, grumadweyt ako ng High School sa pamamagitan ng Alternative Learning System o ALS, sa pangangasiwa ng butihing ina ng aming bayan, si Gng. Asela B. Sacramed. Pangalawa ako sa 22 na pumasa sa aming bayan.

At kasunod nito, dahil sa masipag naming Mayor Napoleon Sacramed at sa tulong at suporta ng anak nila na si Major Darwin Sacramed at ng LGU Sanchez Mira, sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon nagkaroon ng TESDA sa aming bayan. I grab the opportunity, I ENROLLED, ASSEST, GRADUATE AND CERTIFY sa kurso na COMMERCIAL COOKING NCII, now thanks God, I’m employed. Kahit hindi pa kalakihan ang kita, at least nakakatulong ako kahit papano sa gastusin ng aming pamilya lalo na sa mga anak naming nag-aaral at higit sa lahat may diploma ako at nagkaroon na rin ako ng konting tiwala sa sarili ko.

Sa susunod na mga araw, buwan at taon, nananalig ako na may bukas pa na puno ng pag-asa sa pamamagitan ng tamang desisyon at paggabay, pagkakaisa at pagmamahal ng bawat isa sa pamilya mababago rin ang buhay ng aking mga anak tungo sa magandang bukas. Kasama kami ng pamilya ko na nananalangin at nagsasabing “KAYA NG PINOY TUMAWID SA KAUNLARAN”.

Paalala ko lang sa mga tulad kong kapus-palad, huwag mawalan ng pag-asa at kung tayo ay tutulungan ng pamahalaan o sinumang may mabubuting kalooban, huwag tayong umabuso, gawin nating sundin ang lahat ng alituntunin at payo ng mga namumuno sa atin dahil ang lahat ng ito ay para sa ikabubuti natin. Higit sa lahat, gamitin ang tulong sa atin para sa ikabubuti rin natin.

Napakalaki ang naitutulong ng programang ito. Lubos akong nagpapasalamat at napabilang ako bilang isang benepisyaryo. Salamat sa inyo. At hihit sa lahat, salamat sa Diyos! ### MARICEL L. BADDU, 35 yrs. old/ Pantawid Beneficiary from Sanchez Mira, Cagayan (written on April 12, 2013)

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THE BIRTH OF THE PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM IN BARANGAY SANTIAGO, SANCHEZ MIRA, CAGAYAN

Sanchez Mira, Cagayan—Barangay Santiago is one of the interior barangays of Sanchez Mira, Cagayan. It is located on a hilly area around 30 feet above sea level and surrounded by vast agricultural lands. It is around 5 kilometers away from the national highway. The road going to it is muddy and slippery during rainy season. Stony and dusty during dry season. There’s no electricity in this place because of its location and economic status.

During the World War II, most of its people migrated to its neighboring barangays and preferred to stay on their relatives. After this  unforgettable event that happened, only few of its people decided to come back to their humble barangay.

Based on the census, it revealed that Barangay Santiago has a total of 108 households with a population of 328. There are 187 males and 141 females. Most of the residents are farmers and tenants. Therefore, the primary household source of income is farming and hunting. According to them, farming in their place is like gambling. If there is strong rain their area easily gets flood.

Due to this, they failed to harvest their plants. It is also causes considerable damages to their houses and other properties hence making life difficult for them. It is seldom that they have a good production. Selling of rattan is the secondary source of income. Some of them are animal raisers, tricycle drivers and handful is businessman. The transportation of their products is very difficult because of their unfinished rocky roads. Some used their “kuliglig” or tractor as their means of transportation. Most prefer to walk carrying their products like vegetables and barter it on the public market.

The residents are hard-working yet unchallenging people. They are already satisfied with what they have. Eating three times a day is already enough for them. Planning for the future of their families is not so apparent.

Days gone by, these attitudes progressively changed. Now that the summertime is over and the rainy days as well as the typhoon season are here once again, it is anticipated that number of people would flock at the LGU and ask for assistance, but this was proven wrong.

According to their barangay captain, the number of people from barangay Santiago asking for assistance has lessened. It was noted that such changes happened after the birth of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in their barangay. The Pantawid Pamilya is a poverty alleviation program of the national government that aims to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty of poor households by investing in human capital such as health, nutrition and education of Filipino children aged 0-14.

Positive attitudes and meaningful conduct is noticeable in the beneficiaries. Now they believe and come to realize that it is better if they spend their time prolifically. Thus, superfluous activities in the community have diminished. The residents enjoy planting vegetables in the backyard. This was made a day to day activity in every household. For those recipients who do not have enough space in their backyard, they have utilized the roadsides which beautify the road.

The beneficiaries also established “Gulayan sa Paaralan” through the leadership of their parent leader. The barangay officials devoted full support and provided vacant lots in the barangay for a communal garden. Now, their family enjoys fresh and nutritious vegetables during their meals. Others also hoist business like putting up a small store. Such is like putting money in the bank for it brings additional income to their family at the right time. Another meaningful change was that before, the constituents only worked for their family’s interest but when the Pantawid Pamilya was implemented they began to go out of their way to work with the other members of the community thus enliven the spirit of ‘bayanihan’ among them.

There was even a time that the beneficiaries happily initiating clean and green program in their barangay. According to them, this is not supposed to happen only during fiesta or any significant occasion. This is how they show their concern to the community as well as their way of expressing their gratitude to the government. Now a number of beneficiaries engage in volunteer work. This has motivated other residents particularly the non-beneficiaries to replicate their efforts. Through the program, the beneficiaries became more cognizant of their responsibility as parents.

For one thing, Barangay Health Stations already exist yet only a few of the residents visit the center. Usually BHWs are having a hard time convincing the residents to have their health check-ups. They even have to go house to house just to weigh and deworm children. Yet now, BHWs no longer have to force the recipients.

Children on the other hand, learned to value education hence are now regularly attending school. Before, they would rather help their parents earn a living instead of going to school. Now, they no longer have any reason not to attend their classes because the government provides them with grant which augments their family income. Their family could even save part of their daily earnings for their other needs.

The birth of the Pantawid Pamilya Program is really a great help on them. Parents are now starting to weave dreams for their  children and are now aware that it could only be realized through proper education. ### By: JOEFREY D. CACATIAN, Teacher- In-Charge/ Santiago Elementary School, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan

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DSWD warns against ‘Noy-Noy Aquino Foundation’ text scam

The Department of Social Welfare and Development on Monday, April 15, 2013 warned the public against a new wave of scam text messages claiming they have won hundreds of thousands of pesos from the “President Noy-Noy Aquino Foundation.”

“We have already issued earlier warnings before but there are really people out to mislead so let us all be vigilant,” said DSWD secretary Corazon Soliman.

The department said it learned of the scam after many callers informed its Pantawid Pamilya National Program Monitoring Office (NPMO).

It said the text message claims the recipient won P950,000 from the “President Noy-Noy Aquino Foundation 4Ps Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.”

Recipient were then asked to text their “complete name, age, address, work.”

“The DSWD emphasizes that this is not true because the Department does not hold raffle promos or draws,” the DSWD said. — DVM, GMA News

It urged recipients to report the text to the nearest DSWD office or text to the Pantawid Pamilya Grievance Text Hotline 0918-912-2813. ### (Social Marketing Service)

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681* Friends (An LGU Links’ Story)

Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya—Teaching is known to be the noblest profession. Teachers do not just talk in front of the class discussing about pretty interesting facts that make student be amaze of all the happenstances in the world. They do not just write on the chalkboard information that enriches every student’s knowledge. But above all, teachers nurture their students.

Teachers also nurture their students with essential values to mold them into a better individual. They cultivate their students’ spirits so that they may be equipped with valor and courage in order to withstand life’s challenges.

Knowing all the significant roles of being an educator, I took Bachelor of Science in Education, major in Secondary Education. Until now, I am still very grateful to the divine help because I was able to graduate, to finish my studies and fulfill my greatest dream—to teach.

I am not the most influential person in the world. No. Not even in our municipality. I am just an ordinary person who inculcates facts in the innocent minds of people hungry for knowledge.

I am Rogie B. Alcesto, the LGU Link of Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya. I assist the Municipal Link the implementation of the government’s Conditional Cash Transfer program, popularly known as the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Though my job as a LGU Link does not have any connection to what I have studied, to my field of specialization, I fully understand my essential role in this program. I learned and embraced with my whole heart the objectives of the program—which is to invest in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-14 years old.

At first I thought I cannot do it. How on earth will I speak in front of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Diadi? In front of 681 beneficiaries to be exact. Yet, that fear was surpassed with my overwhelming desire to serve my fellows, to instill values in their minds. And in their hearts as well.

My role as a LGU Link started to unfold when Mac Paul [Alariao], the MunicipaI Link was invited me to be a resource speaker during one of the Family Development Sessions.

There were butterflies in my stomach on that day. I was so nervous. In front of me are individuals of diverse personas and comprehension. How will I interact with them? What if they will not accept the things that I will be imparting? What if they will not understand me? What if they do not like me? These were the questions that boggled my mind.

But I have to be strong. I have to be confident. After all, this will open the door to the realization of my greatest dream—to inculcate knowledge in the innocent minds of those craving for it. To teach is my passion.

Days have passed. A series of Family Development Sessions were done. I have witnessed the progress of the beneficiaries, on their values. There were even those who exclaim how the FDS helps them to be more responsible parents to their offspring.

But above all, I realized that I do not need to possess super powers to influence other. With my own simple ways, I can touch a person’s life. Somehow, I can help them to have positive perceptions in life that will serve as their armor in dealing with life’s intricacies.

Teachers are not just those who talk in front of the class discussing about pretty interesting facts that make student be amaze of all the happenstances in the world. They are not just those who write on the chalkboard information that enriches every student’s knowledge. Teachers are not just found in a four-walled classroom.

Indeed, teaching is known to be the noblest profession. And I am grateful to 681 friends for making me realize my dream. ### By MAC PAUL V. ALARIAO, Municipal Link/ Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya

*681 refers to the number of households beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in the municipality of Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya.

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DSWD-SM Foundation, partners in Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan for Farmers

Echague, Isabela—To empower the marginalized farmers with updated agricultural farm technology on high value crops so they can produce a bountiful harvest even on a limited space, Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 thru a Memorandum of Agreement had committed to help the marginalized farmers enhance their profitability together with SM Foundation, Inc, Department of Agriculture, Harbest Agribusiness, Corp., and Isabela State University.

Launched at Isabela State Universty-Echague Main Campus last April 11, 2013, the Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Farmers Training Program is the main livelihood advocacy program of SM Foundation, Inc., which is implemented in partnership with DSWD, DA, Harbest Agribusiness, Corp. and in cooperation of Local Government Units and Non-Government Organizations.

Around 160 farmers from different municipalities in Isabela are set to join the training program of which, 50 slots are allotted to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino program beneficiaries from the municipalities of San Mariano and Echague, ISabela.

The program involves a 12-week modular, classroom lectures and hands-on training on high value crop production, product development, marketing and basic bookkeeping.

DSWD Field Office 02 thru its Sustainable Livelihood Unit will also conduct entrepreneurial skills training for the participants coinciding with the agricultural training that will be conducted by Harbest Agribusiness, Corp.

At the end of the training program, the farmers’ produce will be introduced and sold to SM stores in nearby cities to give them an opportunity to become suppliers. ### By Angely Lubo-Mercado, DSWD Regional Information Officer

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In Nostalgia (A Story of Convergence)

It was barely four months ago but the picturesque scenario on that red-letter day is still vivid in my mind. People from all walks of life — leaders, workers, teachers, students—all flocked in the Greyhounds Gymnasium, University of Cagayan Valley, to participate and witness the DSWD Field Office 02’s Convergence Caravan.

It was a sunny 17th day of December, Monday, when staff of DSWD and other national government agencies exchanged the day’s regular workload and amalgamated efforts to provide efficient social services for equally significant clientele.

Partners even from different sectors even showed up for the event. There were legislators, local chief executives, media and representatives from various academic institutions and civil society organizations.

Yet, one group of crowd stood out from the rest—the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya from all corners of the region travelled mountains and crossed rivers for the festivity. Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino, and Nueva Vizcaya. The beneficiaries did not encounter problems in transportation anyhow because their respective local government unit unselfishly provided logistic support.

I remember how astonished was I when I saw the beneficiaries from Quirino riding in a deluxe and air conditioned bus. Some even exclaimed “Bongga naman ang mga taga-Quirino at naka-aircondition bus pa sila.”

Yes. The Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries were the stars during that day. Adults and children, men and women, they showcased their talents which left the audience in much amazement.

Group of mother beneficiaries from the four provinces strutted their stuffs and grooved their bodies while chanting an entertaining medley of songs in the Jingle Making Contest.

Also, Pantawid children both in elementary and high school exhibited their intellectual perspicacity and art prowess for the Essay Writing Contest and Poster Making Contest. The children highlighted on the valuable contribution of the Pantawid Pamilya in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-14 years old.

Kate Hyacinth Ubina, of Cagayan, who bagged the 1st place in Essay Writing Contest for High School category wrote in her winning piece: “Ang Pantawid Pamilya ay parang isang pakpak at kaming mga kabataan ang paru-paro. Tinutulungan at ginagabayan kami ng Pantawid para maabot an gaming matatayog na pangarap.”

Some beneficiaries also gave their testimonies regarding the impacts of the program in their lives. They said that the program, aside from the assistance it gives on the health and education needs of their children, have taught them to be more responsible parents. Thanks to the Family Development Sessions.

Even private enterprises also unselfishly took part in the activity’s success. PLDT, a telecom company, provided free phone calls so that beneficiaries can contact their loved ones even just for a while; and Mc Donalds who put laughters in the faces of the children. Pantawid children also enjoyed stomping, shaking and dancing with the food chain’s mascots namely Grimace and Birdie.

What’s even more remarkable is when all the directors of the national government agencies took the stage with then FO2 director Arnel B. Garcia and held hands while swaying and singing to the song “Hawak Kamay.”

The different regional lined agencies have strengthened their vows to continue with the delivery of dedicated and efficient social services especially to the vulnerable sectors of the society. To the poor. To the disadvantaged. To the underprivileged.

“Hawak kamay, ‘di kita iiwan sa paglakbay, sa mundo ng kawalan. Hawak kamay.” And everybody also joined hands. During that momentous day, the spirit of Convergence lives in everyone’s soul.

Yes. It was barely four months ago but the picturesque scenario on that red-letter day is still vivid in my mind.

It was almost four months ago but every individual present during that day have committed himself to be an instrument in uplifting the lives of the marginalized sector. And the spirit of Convergence continues to ignite within one’s soul. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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