Pick and Pay: A Gulayan sa Barangay Story

Barangay Batu, Enrile Cagayan is one of the least accessible barangays of the town. The community which is roughly 10 kilometers from the town proper, it is only accessible through an undeveloped dirt road which could be problematic during the rainy season. That and the scarceness of available public transport forced village residents to hike to the nearest village to hitch a ride. With that, the flow of goods and products to the barangay is slow if not difficult which has greatly affected the availability of a steady source of food.

On January 21, 2015, the Municipal Inter-Agency Committee (MIAC) of Enrile crafted the Municipal Transition Plan in which one of the objectives of the plan would be to encourage Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries to be self-reliant in terms of food production. Thus the establishment of a communal garden came to be.

For barangay Batu, this was a step-up, because as much as the community was willing to provide a larger area and the manpower for it, it was apparent that the community was not very skilled in various technologies on large-scale vegetable production as well as the materials and equipment for it. To address this, the Department of Social Welfare and De velopment (DSWD) through its Municipal Action Team (MAT) collaborated with the Department of Agriculture (DA) as well as the Local Government Unit (LGU) for assistance.

During various meetings on August 2018, the LGU through its Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO) and Municipal Agriculture Office (MAO) committed to provide the technical assistance whenever necessary. Further, a Cash for Work was organized by the local barangay council for the establishment of a garden site which included plot preparation and fencing. DA on the other hand assured to provide for the planting materials and equipment.

On October 16, 2018, the communal garden was launched which was attended by members of the community, the MIAC, DSWD-Regional Program Management Office and DA. Aside from the tools, DA turned over six types of vegetable seeds and seedlings namely, string beans, upo, patola, petchay, eggplant, okra and squash. The community also supplemented with available planting materials such as kangkong.

Overwhelmed with the support, the community set out to institute a scheme for the maintenance of the communal garden which included a daily schedule for watering the plants and a monthly upkeep which features weeding, clearing, fertilizing and the like. Pantawid beneficiaries divided themselves into four groups, with each group having several plots to maintain.

Fifteen days after the seeds were planted in a germination plot, a staff from the MAO assisted the group in transplanting the young plants as well as in proper maintenance so as to prevent mortality. He further supplemented with information on proper care and maintenance as well as organic fertilizing using materials that can be gathered around the community.

Within three months of cooperation, the garden was able to produce a good harvest for the community with the exception of the eggplant which still needed more time to mature. Instead of dividing the produce among themselves, the group opted to create a profitable source for the continuous upkeep of the garden. The group came up with a “Pick and Pay” scheme copied from practices of Baguio City farmers where the public is allowed to pick from the garden which will be weighed and paid at reduced prices compared to market prices. This way, even transportation of produce is avoided and fresh food is always made available to everyone.

With the sales, the group intends to revolve it for the future purchase of planting materials while also keeping a revolving fund that will be used as a small micro-finance or financial assistance for members of the group in crisis situations.

Masarap sa pakiramdam na maging kaming benepisyaryo ng programa ng gobyerno, may naitutulong din sa aming barangay upang masolusyonan ang kakulangan ng pagkukunan ng masustansiyang pagkain.” (It feels good that even as beneficiaries of government programs we are able to help our barangay in solving the lack of source of healthy food) says one of the parent leaders. Indeed, they have embodied the town’s mantra: “Nalolohon nu Pavurulunan” (Easier when working together).

###Story by George Maguigad

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ADBOKASIYA NG DSWD PARA SA NALALAPIT NA HALALAN, SINIMULAN NA

Tuguegarao City – Sinimulan na ng Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 2 (DSWD-FO2) ang kampanya upang mapalawig ang kaalaman ng publiko, partikular ang mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid Program), patungkol sa nalalapit na Pambansang Halalan ngayong Mayo.

 

 

Sa temang “Aktibong Mamamayan: Magbantay, Makialam, at Makilahok sa Eleksiyon”, layunin ng kampanya na mahikayat ang pagiging aktibong miyembro ng publiko upang maging responsable sa  pag-ehersisyo ng kanilang karapatang bumoto sa    pamamagitan ng malawakang diseminasyon ng impormasyon.

 

 

Ang pagpapalawig ng pag-intindi sa programa ang pangunahing iskema ng adbokasiyang ito. Sa pamamagitan ng pagpapalabas ng “Fake vs Fact sheet” na tinatalakay ang ilan sa mga maling haka-haka ng publiko, pinapabulaanan ang paniniwalang kayang maimpluwensiyahan ng kandidato o pulitiko ang estado ng isang benepisyaryo sa programa.

 

 

Ipinapaliwanag rin sa nasabing babasahin na hindi ipinagbabawal ang pagsuporta sa isang kandidato ng isang benepisyaryo o parent group subalit ang paggamit sa opisyal na gawain sa programa katulad ng Family Development Sessions (FDS) sa pangangampanya ay hindi pinapahintulutan at maaaring mapatawan ng karampatang parusa ayon sa probisyon ng Omnibus Election Code.

 

Ayon sa OIC-National Program Manager ng Pantawid Program na si Dir. Ernestina Z. Solloso, ang paghikayat sa aktibong pagkamamamayan ay magiging paksa sa mga susunod na FDS upang masiguro ang malawak na disseminasyon ng impormasyon.

 

 

Alinsunod pa rin dito, ang paksa sa aktibong pagkamamamayan ay tinalakay na rin ng Social Marketing Unit (SMU) ng rehiyon sa ilang programa sa radyo tulad ng sa Radyo Pilipinas sa Tuguegarao City at Bombo Radyo.

 

 

Matatandaang nagsimula ang kampanyang ito sa isinagawang BAED o “Bawal Ang Epal Dito” noong 2013 na kung saan naging pangunahing adbokasiya ang pagsugpo ng paggamit sa programa ng mga tatakbong kandidato sa eleksiyon. Kalaunan, ito ay napalitan ng Aktibong Pagkamamamayan kung saan isinusulong ang responsableng pagboto ng mga benepisyaryo ng programa.

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“Pangarap”

Ni: Vernice P. Himmayod

Musmos pa lamang dama na ang kahirapan,

Kakulangan sa pagkain ang nararanasan,

Paghihirap sa buhay gustong labanan.

 

Ninanais lisanin kahirapang kinagisnan,

Iwaksi ang kawalang nararamdaman,

Layunin ang problema ay masolusyonan.

Kaya’t sa murang edad ay nagsusumikap,
Pag-aaral ang pangunahing inaatupag,

Nang sa huli’y makamit minimithing pangarap.

 

Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program ang umaalalay,
Pagmamahal at pagsuporta naroroon pang gumagabay,

Mahaba man lalakbayin,

Marami mang bigas ang kakainin, Pagasenso nama’y tiyak na kakamtin,
Sa tulong ng Diyos ito’y matutupad rin.

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“Ang Inyo Pong Mga Lingkod”

-ni Den Christ Telan

Ang inyo pong mga lingkod ay walang pinipiling panahon,
Mula umaga hanggang dapit-hapon,
Ang paglikurang buo sa lahat ng pagkakataon,
Bahagi na ng aming buhay mula pagbangon.

Nais naming ipahiwatig na natutuwang makita,
Ang mga pagbabago ninyong kahanga- hanga,
Inyong pagod at sakripisyo ay nagbunga,
Nababanaag rin bakas-kamay ng iba’t ibang ahensiya.

Kamiy muling kumakatok at nangungumusta,
Patungkol sa mga inilaan sa inyong programa,
Ang kinalalagyan at pag angat niyong mga ate at kuya,
Gamit itong SWDI tool na aming dala dala.

Kami ay inyong mga lingkod na laging kasama,
Ang tagumpay ninyo ay tagumpay ng bawat isa,
Ang inyong kwento ay kwento rin ng marami pa,
Patunay lamang na 4ps ay epektibo talaga.

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Learning Through Experience

Ragan Sur National Highschool boasts Jake as their Math Wizard of the year

Hard work is a master key which can open windows to opportunities and doors to success. Hard work teaches patience in waiting for the correct opportunity, perseverance despite tribulations, hope in looking forward to better days and humility amidst success.

 

This is the story of Jake D. Patalinghug, a 15-year-old grade 10 student of Ragan Sur National High School from San Patricio Delfin Albano, Isabela. The second to the brood of seven between Ruel and Soraya Patalinghug, he exemplifies diligence and reliability as an elder child and son.

 

With financial struggles keeping his parents from setting up their own house, they currently live with his grandparents. Being an elder child, he is automatically tasked to care for his younger siblings while his parents are out on the fields to tend to crops or do jobs for landowners. Sometimes, he would also help just so the family income can be stretched to accommodate the needs of their large family.

 

Yet despite the family struggle, Jake still managed to exhibit extraordinary achievements both in curricular and extra-curricular involvements. The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program for him not only provides enough support for him to remain in school, but also opens up opportunities for him to explore without necessarily sacrificing the family’s finances.

 

Math Wizard of the Year for four continuous years since his 7th grade, he is the school’s representative in quiz bees including tournaments for the MTAP–DepEd Saturday Programs of Excellence for Regular and Talented Students. Encouraged by teachers and friends, he also ventured into other various competitions from news writing to quiz bee.

 

On November 2018, he was chosen to be part of the Pantawid Program’s Regional Children’s Congress (RCC) representing the province of Isabela in the quiz bee competition. The 4-day Congress targeted exceptional Pantawid Pamilya children beneficiaries between the ages 10-18 who underwent various learning endeavours including topics on physical and emotional changes, children’s rights and other protective laws and anti-bullying.

 

“Every moment is a fresh beginning and here I am, ready to share a happy memory. Opportunities and happy experiences rarely knock on our doors, this was one of those.” Jake begins his account.

 

“I remember how anxious I was on that first day because I knew all the other children were exceptional in their own fields and I didn’t want to let any of them down. On the first day, when we played “Find Someone Who” I felt all the shyness strip away after finding out bits of information about by co-participants. I realized that we had some things in common with the other participants and that we could be friends.”

Their home is filled with testimonies of his achievements from various competitions and academic endeavors.

“The days passed by so fast no matter how much I wanted it to stop. I learned a lot of things I was excited to share at home with classmates and friends. The part of the RCC that made an impression on me would be that of the IP Cultural Presentation and the Anti-Bullying campaign. Seeing other IP children preserve their IP culture makes me feel proud to be in a country with diverse groups of people.”

 

“One of the most important lessons I learned from that activity is to how to be sensitive to my surroundings especially in dealing with other people. I didn’t know before that even seemingly harmless acts of teasing may be a form of bullying and that it has detrimental effects on the person affected. I even started in my advocacy to combat bullying when I was invited to speak in one of our student symposiums, I know that even a simple act of information dissemination will go a long way.” He closes with a smile.

 

For Jake who comes from a less fortunate family, opportunities are rare, and yet its impact to him shall fuel his determination to be the catalyst for change.

 

###Story by: Wilma M. Pascua-Nicolas

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“Tala-Arawan”

Ito si nanay Emilia Sabben Mallillin, Limampu’t-walong (58) taong gulang. Siya ay masayahin, maaruga sa pamilya, responsableng ina, asawa at lola. Siya ay naninirahan sa Barangay Camasi, bayan ng Penablanca sa probinsiya ng Cagayan.

 

Sa aking panayam kay Nanay Emilia, nakitaan ko siya ng interes upang ikuwento ang kanyang talambuhay. Isa siya sa mga aktibong miyembro ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program simula pa noong 2012, masigasig sa pagpapaaral ng kanyang mga anak, at patuloy sa pagsusumikap sa pagtaguyod ng kanyang pamilya.

 

Sa aming pag-uusap na tumagal ng mahigit dalawang oras, nabanggit niya na ang kanyang nakukuhang tulong-pinansiyal sa pagiging miyembro ay pilit niyang pinagkakasya sa kanilang gastusin mula sa pagkain, pambaon ng kaniyang mga anak sa paaralan, medisina at iba pang pampersonal na pangangailangan.

 

Hindi naging lingid sa aking mga mata ang sukbit na kwaderno at nang siya ay tanungin ukol dito, ipinakita niya ang kanyang tala-arawan. Ang bawat pahina nito ay naglalaman ng iba’t-ibang impormasyon, marahil mula sa mga dinaluhan niyang Family Development Sessions (FDS). Mula sa mga aralin tungkol sa iba’t-ibang aspeto ng buhay at pagpapamilya, nakatala rito ang pagpapahalaga sa edukasyon, wastong nutrisyon at tamang kalusugan. Ngunit higit pa doon, natatangi ang kanyang listahan ng natatanggap na cash grants sa bawat pay-out magsimula pa noong una siyang makatanggap.

“Sa susunod na buwan sir, ipapakita ko rin ang listahan ko kung papaano ko ito ginagamit at ibinabadyet para sa pang araw-araw namin!” Pagmamalaki pa niya.

 

Isa sa mga binibigyang diin sa mga FDS ay ang wastong paggamit ng mga natatanggap na cash cards. Ang pagpapanatili ng maayos na rekord ay makakatulong upang maging masinop sa aspetong pinansiyal ang pamilya. Patunay na naging malaki ang impresyon ng aral na ito kay nanay Emilia lalo na’t hinihikayat rin niyang pumares ang iba pang kasamahan.

 

“Nagpapasalamat ako sa bumubuo ng DSWD, higit na sa mga manggagawang hindi nagsasawang umaagapay sa amin dito sa lugar,” pahabol na sambit niya nangingilid na kapwa ang aming mga mata.

 

“Para sa aming mahihirap na tila madilim ang kinabukasan, nabigyan kami ng liwanag ng pag-asa. Kaya naman kami rin ay nagpupursige upang unti-unting mai-ahon an gaming kalagayan sa buhay!”

 

###Kwento ni Kenneth Jay Acidera

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DUKHA

Ni Kenneth Jay Acidera

 

Isang kahig, Isang tuka.

 

Pagsubok.

Walang laman ang bulsa!

Oo, wala akong pera.

Kumakalam ang aking sikmura.

Ako’y isang patay gutom!

Isa akong dukha.

 

Dagok.

Ha?

Hindi na ako mag-aaral?

Bakit po?

Dahil ba ipinanganak ako sa isang inang dukha?

Mamamatay din ba akong tirik ang mga mata?

Wala na bang karapatang mangarap at tumamasa?

 

Pag-asa.

Ano ito?

Mayroon akong narinig na balita.

Ako raw ay makakapag-aral na!

Ang pamahalaan kong mapag-aruga.

Sa mahihirap ay nagbibigay ng pag-asa.

Mga pangarap ko’y makakamit na!

 

4Ps.

Programang Pantawid Pamilya.

Sabi nila’y, magbibigay ng sapat na ayuda.

Sa pag-aaral ko’y may kaagapay.

Kalusugan ko rin may magbabantay.

 

Pag-asa.

Nais kong maunawaan.

Ang nilalaman ng apat na letra.

Makapagsaliksik nga.

Nilalaman ng apat na letrang may pag-asang dala.

Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program.

 

Pantawid.

Alam kong ako’y naglalakbay na sa matibay na tulay ng aking magandang kinabukasan.

Ganap ko nang makakamit ang aking karapatan sa edukasyon.

Tingnan mo ako ina, pumapasok na ako sa eskuwela.

 

Pamilya.

Ina, hindi tayo pinabayaan ng pamahalaan.

Hindi na kailangan pang watak ang ating pamilya.

Sa Family Development Sessions kada buwan.

Pamilya natin mananatiling buo at masigla.

 

Pilipino.

Pinagmasdan ko ang aking paligid.

Ako, ikaw, sila, tayong lahat na Pilipino.

Lahat ay kinalinga ng programa.

Wala nang Pilipinong maghihirap, ito ang narinig kong panata.

Wala ng mga kabataang masasawi sa pangangarap.

Mapalad ako, isa ako sa kanila.

 

Program.

Programang pangmasa.

Ina, titigan mo ako.

Isa nang produkto ng programang ito.

Hawak ko na ang aking diploma.

Saludo ako. Saludo ako sa mga taong nasa likod ng programang ito.

Hindi sila nagpabaya sa mga kabataang tulad ko.

 

Hindi sila bingi, Pinakinggan nila ako.

Hindi sila bulag, nakita nila ako.

Hindi sila pilay, inakay nila ako.

Hindi sila pipi, nagka-boses ako.

Walang kapansanan ang pamahalaan, nakatitiyak ako!

 

Hakbang pa tayo ina, usad pa.

Bukas, hindi na tayo dukha.

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PAG-ANTALA SA PAGTANGGAP NG AYUDA NG ILANG PANTAWID PAMILYA, NILINAW NG DSWD

Tuguegarao City –  Nilinaw ng Department of Social Welfare and Development Office Field Office 02 (DSWD-FO2) sa dalawang magkahiwalay na panayam sa Bombo Radyo at Radyo Pilipinas ang dahilan ng pag-antala ng mga cash grants ng ilang benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid Program) sa rehiyon.

 

Ayon kay Jeanet Antolin-Lozano, Information Officer ng Pantawid Program, ang mga tumatanggap ng kanilang cash grants sa pamamagitan ng over-the-counter (OTC) ang pangunahing apektado sa kadahilanang lahat na ng benepisyaryo ng programa ay mabibigyan na ng EMV Chip- enabled Cash Card mula sa Land Bank at kinakailangan nilang magbukas ng account sa naturang bangko.

 

Kasalukuyan naman ang pagsumite ng mga rekisito at balidasyon ng mga Municipal Action Team (MAT) at Land Bank upang mapabilis ang pagproseso na nagsimula pa noong Oktubre ng nakaraang taon para sa opening of accounts sa tinatayang 45,038 na kabahayang sumasailalim sa OTC payment sa buong rehiyon.

 

Umaabot naman sa 19,963 mula sa 58,237 Cash Card payments ang sumasailalim ng “Matching” ng Land Bank upang mailipat sa bagong EMV chip-enabled account ang kanilang lumang account kung saan kasalukuyang pumapasok ang kanilang mga grant. Samantala, may 38, 274 nang accounts for re-carding ang tumanggap ng kanilang bagong card at nailabas ang kanilang mga cash grants.

 

“Ang mga hindi nila nakuhang cash grants mula sa mga lumipas na pay-out ay maiipon sa kanilang account hanggang sa maaari na itong mai-withdraw ng miyembro,” paliwanag ni Mervin Mercado, Financial Management Systems Focal ng DSWD-FO2.

 

“Patuloy pa rin ang pakikipagtulungan natin sa Land Bank upang mapabilis ang pagpoproseso subalit dahil ito nga ay sumasakop hindi lamang sa buong rehiyon ngunit maging sa buong bansa, hindi maiiwasan na napapatagal ang pagkumpleto. Kasalukuyan naman ang pag-iskedyul ng distribusyon ng mga cash cards na tinatantiya nating matatapos sa buwan ng Pebrero.”

Matatandaang naglabas ng panukala ang Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas na naglalayong mapalitan ang lahat ng Automated Teller Machine/Cash Card na may magnetic stripe sa EMV chip-enabled card upang mapangalagaan ang seguridad ng may-ari ng account sa kanyang impormasyon at mga transaksiyon.

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