FEATURE: A Mother’s Tale of Hope

Indeed, age is just a number. It is never too late for anyone to fulfill his dreams as long as the passion continues to ignite within his heart. A 34-year old mother to seven children from Mallig, Isabela proves this as Catherine Mallillin, a grantee of Students’ Grants in-aid for Poverty Alleviation or SGP-PA finished college and even graduated at the top of her class.

All eyes and ears were on Catherine during graduation day as she was the cum laude in her course Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino. She pursued this at Isabela State University in Roxas, Isabela.

Considering her age, Catherine did not anymore entertain the possibility of her being able to finish her studies. So she just dedicated herself in being a loving mother to the best she can.

“Dahil sa kahirapan sa buhay,pumunta ang aking asawa sa Maynila upang magtrabaho bilang tricycle driver. Siya ay nagba-boundery siya sa kanyang kapatid. Anim na taon siya sa dun ngunit umuuwi kada buwan. Tumutulong akong kumita ng pera, kaya iniiwan ko ang aking mga anak sa aking biyenan upang mamitas ng kamatis, mag-ani ng mais, magtanim ng tabako at magsabit ng tabako para may pambili ng bigas at iba pang kailangan. Pagdating sa bahay kakargahin ko saglit ang aking bunso at magsasaing ng bigas. Habang nagluluto, nag-iigib ako ng tubig at maglalaba,” she started.

 This was how Catherine’s life unfolds. As a mother, she is saddened by the fact that she doesn’t earn enough money to provide for her children. But though there’s the scarcity in money, she gives love and care to her children that no amount can ever compare.

“Naranasan ko ang maging ina’t ama dahil ako rin ang nagsisibak ng kahoy. Naglalabandera rin ako sa aking kapitbahay kapalit ay bigas kung minsan naman ay pera. Piso o dalawang piso ang baon ng aking mga anak sa paaran, kung minsan ay humihingi sila sa aking mga biyanan nunit kung talagang wala ay walang baon,” she continued.

Catherine remained strong though life’s blows continue to hit her. “Nahihiya akong umutang sa tindahan dahil sa haba ng listahan ng utang ko. Naisip ko na utusan na lang ang aking panganay dahil kung bata ang uutang maaawa ang nagtitinda at bibigyan siya. Umutang nga ang aking anak ng dalawang noodles. Niluto ko ang isang basong bigas na maraming tubig at inihalo ko ang noodles para magkasya sa aking mga anak. Habang kumakain ang aking mga anak pinanonood ko sila sa isang sulok dahil hindi ko mapigilang tumulo ang aking luha, sa isip at puso ko ay nagdasal at nangako na darating ang araw na hindi na mangyayari ulit iyon maging sa mga magiging pamilya ng aking mga anak balang araw.”

But one day, life took a spin and began to cast its blessing to Catherine’s family. They became a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. There, her family started to feel an ease of living as there’s the cash grant that augments their needs. Catherine can now buy healthy food for her children and even finance their school expenses.

Yet, the buck doesn’t end there. As Catherine also became a grantee for the Students’ Grants in aid program for Poverty Alleviation or SGP-PA.

“Taong 2012  ng Abril  ay nag-enrol sa Isabela State University, Roxas Kampus ng Batsilyer sa Edukasyong Pansekondarya Meyjor sa Filipino. Buwan ng Mayo nang sinabi nila sa akin na pupunta ako sa DSWD. Sinabi nila sa akin na iprovide ko lahat ng requirements hanggang alas tres at naibigay ko naman lahat. Pasukan na noon pero wala pa ang resulta kung nakuha ako  pero sabi ko mag-aaral pa rin ako. Last week ng June noong tinawagan ako ni Ma’am Laura Donato at sinabi niyang napili akong scholar at sinabi niya ang lahat ng gagawin ko at sasabihin ko sa Scholar Coordinator sa School,” the tearful Catherine recalled.

But it was not an easy road to trek for Catherine as she quests for the realization of her dreams. There were comments and criticisms saying that she won’t be able to finish her studies and that her education is a joke. Being the formidable woman as she is, she did not succumb to those negativities but continued to hurdle life’s challenges.

She toiled hard in her studies, constantly gaining grades of flying colors, at the same time, continuously fulfilling his role as a loving mother. And her sacrifices and hard work paid off as she finished her course as the top graduate.

“Salamat sa 4P’s at ESGP-PA, dahil sa ESGP-PA dahil napatunayan ko na ang isang ina asawa at may edad na estudyante ay kayang makipagsabayan sa mga estudyanteng nagsisipak para sa kanilang kinabukasan. ANg programa ay naging daluyan ng pagpapala sa aming pamilya dahil natupad ang pangarap ko at  ng aking mga magulang na makapagtapos sa kolehiya. Ang mga programa pong ito ang tumulong upang magampanan ko  ang aking  responsibilidad bilang magulang para sa magandang kinabukasan ng aking mga anak. . Sa Scholarship na ito ay napakalaki ang naitulong sa tulad ko dahil wala ako dito ngayon kung wala ang programang iyo. Tinatanaw ko pong malaking utang na loob ito sa inyo,” exclaimed Catherine.

Now, Catherine is preparing for the board examination to become a full-fledged Teacher. With her unparalleled dedication plus the incomparable will to achieve her dreams, no doubt that Catherine is on the right track. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II; and HAIDEE STO. TOMAS, Municipal Link-Mallig, Isabela

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FEATURE: The Wait is Over

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The pride of Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya! Aurora Dumapis during their graduation pictorial.

“Walang salita ang makakapaglarawan sa hindi matumbasang saya na nararamdaman ko ngayon,” Aurora started, with her eyes that beams of joy and excitement.

Aurora Dumapis, a 24-year old lass from Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya, is in cloud nine right now for finishing college at the top of her class. She was awarded as cum laude in her course Bachelor of Agricultural Technology at Nueva Vizcaya State University – Bayombong.

“Narating ko ang yugto na ito dahil sa tulong ng ESGP-PA. Kaya nais ko ring magpasalamat sa mga taong nasa likod ng programang ito. Ang aking pagtatapos ay ang pagsisimula ng pagbibigay katuparan sa aking mga pangarap, at ito ay ang mabigyan ng magandang buhay ang aking pamilya,” she continued.

At this time, her story maybe all about the triumphs and victories but just like any other success story, Aurora had her share of hardships and frustrations. And her eyes that shine with happiness at this moment, used to cry a river of tears. Then.

Aurora is a loving daughter to Carmelo and Herminia who earn a living through vegetable gardening and selling. As the sixth among the brood of twelve, she knows the financial challenges that her family faces. Although her family manages to survive every day’s demand, Aurora strongly felt the choking grasp of poverty when she finished high school.

“Batid ko na kami ay hirap sa buhay, kaya nung nagtapos ako ng hayskul, tinanggap ko ng hindi muna ako makakatunton ng kolehiyo,” she recalled with a heavy heart.

But because she really wanted to finish a college degree and help her parents at the same time, Aurora left home and began to hunt for job. She worked as a helper and as a saleslady for three years. During this time, she fell prey to inferiority thinking that none of her elder siblings finished college and she will end up like them too.

“Nawalan na ako ng pag-asa noon. Naaawa ako sa aking pamilya lalo na sa aking mga magulang. Kulang pa din ang aking ipon mula sa pagtatrabaho kaya tuluyan ko ng sinara ang posibilidad na ako ay makakatuntong sa kolehiyo,” she sobbed.

Aurora saw nothing but grey skies until one day, the sun suddenly flashed a smile and a beautiful curve emerged in her face.

In 2012, after three years, Aurora was chosen as one of the grantee for Student’s Grants-in-aid Program for Poverty Alleviation or SGP-PA.

SGP-PA is a scholarship program that caters to the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. It is a tie up project of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) with Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Department of Labor Employment (DOLE) wherein the student beneficiary is entitled to a maximum of P60,000 pesos grant per school year.

“Nung nalaman ko sa aming Municipal Link na napasama ako bilang scholar ng SGP-PA, talagang nabuhayan ako ng loob,” Aurora exclaimed.

“Dahil ibig sabihin makakapag-aral na ako sa kolehiyo at ni piso ay walang poproblemahin ang aking mga magulang, dahil libre na ang aking tuition fee, boarding, pambili ng libro pati na ang aking mga uniform,” she added.

Armed with the will and determination, Aurora enrolled Bachelor of Agricultural Technology in NVSU-Bambang. In her first day at school, she promised to herself that she will finish the said course and will reap grades of flying colors.

“Ang aking pamilya ang inspirasyon ko kaya pinagbuti ko ang aking pag-aaral. Naniniwala ako na pag ako ay nakapagtapos, mas maraming magagandang oportunidad ang kakatok sa aking pintuan at dun magsisimula ang pag-ahon sa hirap ng aking pamilya,” she cried.

And tears began to flow down her cheeks. Aurora knew that the road which led to where she is right now was not easy, but because the enthusiasm to get a college degree and to uplift her family’s condition continued to ignite in her heart, she did not succumb to those hindrances. Instead, she emerged victorious.

Aurora dedicates the victory to her family, and to her fellow grantees as well. “Walang pangarap na hindi natutupad, lalo at may mga programa ang gobyerno na tutulong upang makamit natin ito,” she tells her colleagues.

“At pag dumating ang pagkakataon, ingatan natin ito at magsikap tayo ng mabuti. Ilang taon man ang inabot bago tayo makapagpatuloy, ang mahalaga ay itinuloy natin ang laban ng buhay. Lahat ng ating paghihirap ay magbubunga,” Aurora ended.

Indeed, Aurora’s life now sings a different tune. But she knows that the fight is not yet over. Whatever life may bring, she will always have the upper card. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

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Parent Leaders’ Training on Leadership and Advocacy conducted

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II conducted a training on Leadership and Advocacy for some parent leaders of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in Hotel Kimikarlai, Tuguegarao City on March 30-31, 2016.

The two-day training was filled with modules and exercises about Leadership, Building the Core and Effective Communication. These topics equipped the PLs with necessary skills to further perform their duties and responsibilities as leader beneficiaries and to be partners of DSWD in advocating Pantawid Pamilya in their respective municipalities and cities.

“Ang inyong mga boses bilang benepisyaro ay mahalaga, na dapat mabigyan ng pagkakataon upang mapakinggan,” emphasized Dir. Joel C. Espejo of the Social Marketing Services, who also served as a Resource Person for the training.

The PLs were also given pointers on how to take part in the promotion of Pantawid Pamilya, to showcase the program’s impacts not just in the lives of the beneficiaries but in the community as well, which is vital in harnessing the support of legislators to institutionalize the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) Bill.

In this connection, the parent leaders expressed their desire for the institutionalization of Pantawid Pamilya as this will pave the way for the continuous improvement of their well-being.

“Napakalaki ng naitulong ng programa sa aking pamilya, sa pag-aaral at kalusugan ng aking mga anak. Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya, nagging miyembro kami ng PhilHealth at nung nagkasakit ang aking asawa, ni piso ay wala kaming binayaran,” Josibel Sibal, a parent leader from Ugac Sur, Tuguegarao City, said.

“Marami rin akong natutunan sa pamamagitan ng Family Development Sessions at mas umunlad din ang aking kaalaman dahil sa mga seminar at trainings,” she added.

Meanwhile, the parent leaders who attended the training represented the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development and rights-based program of the national government which is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

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Local officials cannot remove beneficiaries from Pantawid Pamilya – DSWD

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reiterates that barangay officials do not have the capacity to delist households from the roster of beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

This came after the Department received reports that there are some barangay captains threatening beneficiaries of being taken out of the program if they do not vote for the candidates that they are endorsing.

“Beneficiaries remain in the program based on their compliance to the program conditionalities and not on the decision of local officials or on their preference of candidates in the upcoming elections,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman stressed.

Sec. Soliman said that the Department has strengthened the conduct of Family Development Sessions (FDS) especially during this election season to inform the beneficiaries of their rights.

A conditionality for the beneficiaries, the FDS is a venue where topics on responsible parenthood, disaster preparedness, and laws pertaining to women and children are discussed.

In the Active Citizenship Module, the beneficiaries are taught about their roles in nation-building and informed about their rights to participate in the electoral process.

Sec. Soliman also clarified that beneficiaries have the right to choose their own candidates. “The beneficiaries are empowered individuals and it is part of their electoral freedom to vote for candidates who epitomize their beliefs and principles,” Sec. Soliman said. ### (DSWD-Social Marketing Service)

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DSWD, Pantawid Pamilya launch Tuloy ang Pagbabago Campaign regionwide

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program staged a series of provincial event for the launching of Tuloy ang Pagbabago campaign this month.

The event kicked-off in Cabarroguis, Quirino on March 7, 2016 followed by Naguilian, Isabela on March 9, 2016. The third and last installment took place in Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya and Solana, Cagayan on March 16, 2016 and March 21, 2016.

With the aim to showcase the wins and gains of Pantawid Pamilya, beneficiaries shared their stories of positive change that drew inspiration among their fellow beneficiaries and admiration from the partners.

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“Sana magpatuloy ang mga magagandang pagbabago na naidulot ng Pantawid Pamilya,” says Corazon Catacutan, a Parent Leader from Solana, Cagayan.

“Sana magpatuloy pa ang Pantawid Pamilya nang patuloy rin ang mga magagandang pagbabago sa aking buhay, pati na rin sa mga katulad kong nagsimula nang makabangon mula sa kahirapan,” says Corazon Catacutan, a Parent Leader from Brgy. Cariculud, Solana, Cagayan.

Another highlight of the activity was the unveiling of the FESbook or the Frequently Encountered Situations book which is a reference material for DSWD internal staff in handling election-related scenarios.

In connection, staff from the four Provincial Operations Offices and from the Regional Program Management Office have showed their commitment in protecting the rights of the beneficiaries through signing the FESbook wall.

The Tuloy ang Pagbabago Campaign is the final version of the Pantawid Pamilya Active Citizenship communication campaign intended to protect and enhance awareness of beneficiaries of their rights and duties for the national election season.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development and rights-based program of the national government and is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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Pantawid Pamilya, MCCT beneficiaries shine in Penenkekesisit Festival

Nagtipunan, QUIRINO- Beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and Modified Conditional Cash Transfer stood out during the municipality’s celebration of Penenkekesisit Festival on February 23-25, 2016.

The beneficiaries showcased their skills and talents in joining different contests and successfully brought home the bacon when the Bugkalot Tribe won as champions in Street Dance competition. They also got an award in the booth display and were given certificate of recognition and cash prize.

The municipality of Nagtipunan is home to 1, 150 beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya and MCCT.

Pantawid Pamilya or also known as the regular is a human-development and rights-based program of the national government and is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities

In connection, the MCCT is the modified approach of the regular CCT as it caters to Indigenous Peoples located in geographically-isolated and disadvantage areas. The program also gives cash grants provided that the beneficiaries comply with the health and education conditionalities. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

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DSWD, NYC launches YDS in the region

Sta. Ana, CAGAYAN- The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 in partnership with the National Youth Commission have spearheaded the regional launching of the Youth Development Sessions in this municipality on February 24, 2016.

A total of 251 high school students from Sta. Ana Fishery National High School, who are also beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, gathered for the launching activity which is focused on motivating the adolescents in attending and finishing their education.

The launching kicked-off through the accomplishment of ‘dream boards’ wherein the students wrote their ambitions. After which, the students were divided into groups for the breakout sessions tackling topics on The Changing Body, Teenage Pregnancy, and Substance Abuse, which signals the actual launching of the YDS.

In her message, DSWD OIC-Regional Director Ponciana P. Condoy emphasized on the importance of education and encouraged the students to study hard as this is the key in the fulfillment of their goals.

The event was also witnessed by representatives from the National Program Management Office and partners from the regional office of Department of Education, Department of Health and Commission on Population.

The YDS is a parallel intervention to the Family Development Sessions targeted for high school student-beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya. It is a modular session that intends to equip them with appropriate knowledge, attitude and skills to face developmental challenges, see available opportunities, and overcome possible risks to aim them in achieving optimal and holistic development. Topics in YDS lie along adolescent dynamics, sexuality, career, life, skills, among others.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development and rights-based program of the national government and is being implemented by DSWD. The program invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old by providing cash grants in exchange of compliance to certain conditionalities. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II – Pantawid Pamilya

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FEATURE: Strengthening the Foundation

The Family Camp was conducted in Sanchez Mira, Cagayan for the reason that, there are high incidence of Violence resulting to poor family relations based on the reports of the Municipal Links as well as the Gender and Development Focus Group Discussion on the incidence of Violence of Women (VAW) done in the Municipality that was participated by the identified Pantawid Beneficiaries who are experiencing various types of violence at their houses through the use of the Gender and Development Validation forms.

Thus, the Family Camp was one of the activities or interventions that were identified by the program implementers during the cliniquing process after the Gender and Development Focus Group Discussion with the National Program Management Office: Gender and Development Unit staff.

Moreover, the activity aims to deliver to the family identified families, discuss and explain their family issues, its precursors, and its implication to the family and its members. The family should recognize their strengths and weaknesses and provide them opportunities to improve and enhance their capabilities to function. The family should develop an intervention plan that could give resolution on their problems. Furthermore, this activity will serve as a venue for the couple to appreciate each other presence and be able to decrease rate of reported cases of incest, abused/neglect/abandoned children, run-away mothers, and others. This activity also aims to have a hundred per cent compliance in attending FDS. Lastly, the family camp aims to strengthen husband-wife relationship and strengthen parent-children relationship

The activity was participated by various Civil Service Organizations (CSOs) such as National Auxiliary Chaplaincy Philippines (NACPHIL) and Universal Peace Federation (UPF). Moreover, the proponent of this activity was the Local Government Unit of Sanchez Mira, Cagayan.

The two day activity was participated by 20 identified families. Each family is composed of a father, a mother and their child. There were separate sessions for couples and children that were handled by the Regional Program Management Office staff headed by the Regional GAD Focal Person. Each session, there are worthwhile activities those were able to assist the participants to understand the topics or discussions well.

The Renewal of Vows was the highlight of the Family Psycho-Social Educational Camp and was witnessed by their children and other participants. Nineteen couples participated in the renewal of marriage vows in which they promised each other again to love and cherish every moment of their life, treasure their relationship and give more time to one another and give more love to their family; their spouse, their children as much as they love their own selves. As the pastors have said May this activity serve as an inspiration and reminder for the couples that marriage life will never be so easy as they wants it to be but with the presence and help of each other they can surpass each trail, miseries and challenges of life and be able to build a better world for their children.

At the end of the program or activity, two of the participants were able to share their experience with regards to the two (2) day activity during the closing program. The activity was so beneficial to them according to a male participant for the reason that, they were given a chance to have a meaningful bonding time with their family especially to their spouse because for how many years that they have been together they were not given the chance to enjoy their time being together since they are so busy searching for things that would respond to and be able to sustain the needs of their family especially their children. The female participant shared that they were able to realize lots of things in terms of parenting, in terms of strengthening their relationship to their spouses and to their children as well the reason why she is so thankful that she became part of this activity.

Lastly, the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer (MSWDO) of Sanchez Mira shared her thoughts during the closing program in which she said that this activity is so beneficial not only to the people of Sanchez Mira but also to their Local Government Unit because they were given the chance to be with their constituents and witness the great chance to these families. ### By: Mac Paul V. Alariao, Regional GAD Focal

 

 

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