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Mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya na lumipat ng tirahan dahil sa bagyong Yolanda, makakakuha pa rin ng cash grant

Patuloy pa ring makakatanggap ng cash grant ang mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program na lumikas mula sa mga lugar na apektado ng bagyong Yolanda at nakatira na sa ibang rehiyon, ayon sa Kagawaran ng Kagalingang Panlipunan at Pagpapaunlad o ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

Ang mga benepisyaryo na lumipat ng kanilang tirahan ay pinapayuhang makipag-ugnayan sa Municipal/City Link o sa Social Welfare Development Officer na nakatalaga sa lugar na kanilang kasalukuyang tinutuluyan upang ang kanilang mga rekord ay maupdate. Kinakailangang maupdate ang record ng benepisyaryo upang maiproseso ang kanilang cash grant.

Ilan sa mga dokumentong kailangang ipakita ay ang Pantawid Pamilya identification (ID) card, cash card (ATM) o ang Panunumpa.

Samantala, ang mga benepisyaryong walang maipakitang papeles ay ivavalidate sa database ng DSWD Central Office o mula sa database ng pinanggalingang rehiyon.

Kaugnay pa nito, ang lahat ng Municipal/City Link sa rehiyon ay dapat ding alamin kung ang paglipat ng tirahang ng benepisyaryo ay pansamantala o permanente. Kung ang paglipat ay pansamantala lamang, aalamin kung kailan balak ng benepisyaryong bumalik sa kanilang orihinal na tirahan.

Agad naming aasikasuhin ng Municipal/City Link ang pagproseso ng update ng benepisyaryo kung permanente na ang paglipat alinsunod sa kasalukuyang proseso ng “Change Address” sa Beneficiary Data Management.

Ang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ay proyekto ng pamahalaan na ipinapatupad ng DSWD. Layon ng programa na maitaas ang kalidad ng buhay ng mahihirap na pamilyang Pilipino sa pamamagitan ng pagbibigay ng tulong pinansyal para sa kalusugan at edukasyon ng mga batang edad 0-14 taong gulang.

Upang patuloy na makatanggap ng cash grant, ang mga benepisyaryo ay kailangang sumunod sa mga kondisyon ng programa para sa kalusugan at edukasyon, at ang pagdalo sa Family Development Session.

Sa ngayon, mayroon 3. 92 milyong pamilya ang benepisyaryo ng programa sa buong bansa. ### Ni MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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LISTAHANAN Fo2 to hold consultation workshop for data-users

The Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II through the LISTAHANAN Project will conduct a consultation workshop for data-users on February 28, 2013 at Tuguegarao City.

Data-users from the Local Government Units (LGUs), National Government Agencies (NGAs), Academe, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Non-government Organizations (NGOs) and faith-based organizations are the participants for the said activity.
The workshop will have presentations to further strengthen the knowledge of the participants about the LISTAHANAN as well with an Open Forum wherein they can voice out their issues and concerns about the project most specially on accomplishing their feedback reports.

“LISTAHANAN unit is giving importance to our data users. This workshop is a venue for clarification session of our data users and to strengthen the feedback mechanism on the utilization of data users as well as we will know the difficulties of our data-users in accomplishing their feedback reports. Their feedback reports are very vital since they are the indicator of the success and effectiveness of our project,” Delia S. Sto. Tomas, Deputy Regional Project Manager, LISTAHANAN said.
The workshop seeks to encourage the data-users to be more vigorous in giving feedback reports on the utilization of the database.

“We are very optimistic for the result of this activity; also this will strengthen the camaraderie to our partners. LISTAHANAN cannot do it alone, but together with our partners we can achieve our objectives in helping the list of families who are really in need,” Sto. Tomas added.

The LISTAHANAN database identifies potential beneficiaries for the social protection programs of the government and other stakeholders. ###Ailyn P. Aglaua, Administrative Assistant V

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Faith amid Fears and Frustrations

Mrs. Yunie Pacliwan and her family are beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya. They are residents of Barangay San Ramos, Nagtipunan, Quirino. Mrs. Yunie lives with her husband Mr. Roger Sr. and two children Ronie and Roger Jr. Her life story is very colorful.

Before the program, Mrs. Yunie belongs to a family whose living condition is average. They can meet their basic needs. She divulged that financially, they do not have a problem. Instead, her family is facing relationship problem. Their mother is very suspicious that her father is having affair with another woman, but according they do not believe since their father very loving and loyal. That situation was not solved and the family led to eventual loss in harvest. This was the start of their economic problem.

During that time, while in a broken family, Mrs. Yunie decided to marry Mr. Roger who also comes from a poor family. She said, “Kahit po mahirap ang pamilya ng napangasawa ko, naramdaman ko po ang pagmamahal ng mga magulang na hindi ko po naramdaman sa mga tunay kong magulang”.

Her husband was given four hectares of land in the mountain. But it was very far, and they were not able to use the land for farming. At this time, her first child was born. The family had difficulty meeting the needs of the child. Her father gave her a land to cultivate but they do not have capital to start planting. And so the family tried they luck at Baguio City.

At Baguio, they worked in a vegetable garden. She shared that they were in a very difficult situation. His husband almost died in a landslide because he had to deliver the vegetable to their client. Unfortunately, Mr. Roger left the worked after an encounter with his boss because they were not able to deliver the goods in time. Same experience happened with the next employer. With all the string of unfortunate events, the family became closer to God.

“But, life is not bad all the time” according to Mrs. Yunie. God is always present behind the difficult moments in one’s life. The family, with their two children returned to Nagtipunan. They lived in a very small house. “Tiniis po naming tumira sa abong-abong na bahay para hindi na po kami makitira,” said Mrs. Yunie.

Luckily, the family was one of the recipients of the Core Shelter Assistance Program of DSWD. Another blessing was showered to the family when after few months, they were told to attend a community assembly because they were selected to be one of the family recipients of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

At first, they do not know what is all about the program. “Noong una po, hindi ko alam yun (the program), nalaman ko lang po na 4Ps ang pangalan. Ano kaya yon, ganun pa ako sa isip ko,” gushed the Pacliwan matriarch. But she complied and prepared the documents needed such as birth certificate, marriage contract, enrolment and health certificate. The event made her realize that there is that someone who always help them in times of troubles, and that someone reigns at the heavens above.

This time, Mrs. Yunie’s family lives a better living. “Sa dami ng naranasan namin noon, gumaan na ang pamumuhay namin. Kahit wala po kaming sariling lupa at nakikicropping lang po ang asawa ko, at least hindi na kami nawawalan ng bigas at mga pangangailangan,” gushed Mrs.Yuniewith her eyes beaming with gratitude.

Then she continued, “Hindi na rin po nagigipit sa allowance ang mga bata kasi napakalaking tulong po ang Pantawid Pamilya sa amin”.

Her family was really thankful of the program. In return, her family gives back these blessings by serving her fellow beneficiaries. Mrs. Yunie is now an active parent leader of her group named “Everlasting”. “Tutulungan ko po ang aking mga kasama sa loob ng aking makakaya bilang sukli po sa lahat ng biyayang aming natatanggap. Maraming salamat pos a Pantawid Pamilya at sa lahat ng bumubuo nito,” her last words.

The story of Pacliwan Family is another testimony that amid the choking grasp of fears and frustrations, there is always something that is bigger—FAITH. And there is always that someone who is ready to lend a helping hand and that someone is HIM who sits up high. ### By ARVIN T. LONGCOP, Municipal Link, Nagtipunan, Quirino

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Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries leave Yolanda-ravaged areas, will continuously receive cash grants

The Department of Social Welfare and Development are exerting all efforts to locate family beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program who left the Yolanda-devastated areas of Regions VI, VII and VIII and are now living in other nearby provinces for the continuous provision of cash grants.

Beneficiaries who transferred residence to other regions including here in Region 02 are advised to coordinate with the Municipal or City Link of the area where they are currently residing so that their household profiles will be validated and updated. The household profile will be needed in the processing of the cash grants.

Some of the documents that need to be presented include the beneficiary’s Pantawid Pamilya identification (ID) card, cash card, or DSWD Oath of Commitment. Beneficiaries who are unable to present the mentioned documents will be validated at the database of the Central Office or the originating region.

Relative to this, all the M/CLs here in the region are also directed to identify whether the transfer is temporary or permanent. If the transfer is temporary, the beneficiary will be asked about their plans of returning to their original address and will be informed about the consequences of staying longer without processing the change address. But if the transfer is permanent, the M/CL will immediately process the transfer of address following the current procedures in change address.

 Pantawid Pamilya is a human development program of the national government that invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-14 years old. In exchange of cash grants, beneficiaries should comply with the health and education conditions set forth by the program and attendance to Family Development Sessions.

 There are around 3.94 million families and 8.92 million children who benefit from the program nationwide. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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LISTAHANAN FO2 to orient LCES for the next household assessment

ListahananOn the first quarter next year, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II (DSWD) thru LISTAHANAN will conduct region wide orientation on the level of Local Government Units (LGUs).

The orientation aims for the LGUs to be aware of the incoming activity and likewise their duties and functions such as to provide fare matrix in the municipality and certification for far flung barangays and hard to reach areas; for urban barangays, provide an accurate pockets of poverty and spearhead proper information dissemination at the barangay level.

“This is one of the major preparatory steps in the second round of household assessment. To be able to do this efficiently and effectively, we need the support of partners, data users particularly the local government units as they are the frontliners in the area.” Delia S. Sto. Tomas, Deputy Regional Project Manager, LISTAHANAN (DRPM) said.

In addition, the LGUs will assist the enumerators and area supervisors in penetrating distant and hard to reach sitios or puroks and participate as members of the Local Verification Committee (LVC) that will act on complains/appeals relating to issues of household eligibility and facilitate validation of household not assessed during the regular enumeration in both urban and rural barangays.

“As early as now, the Regional Household Targeting Unit (RHTU) are really grateful for our partners for showing their support to our LISTAHANAN project. We are assuring that we will give our best efforts in all phases of the project and we hope for the best success of the upcoming second round of household assessment.” Sto. Tomas, added.

On the other hand, for the second round of household assessment, LISTAHANAN will target 622,659 households in region II. This undertaking will update the LISTAHANAN database in which stakeholders are utilizing to identify the potential beneficiaries for their social protection programs.###Ailyn P. Aglaua, AAV- LISTAHANAN

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Pantawid Pamilya workers to go to Tacloban

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TOP PHOTO: Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz (in green blazer) briefs the volunteers (below) before they will fly to Leyte. Also present are ARD and DPM Ponciana P. Condoy, RPC Maricel Grace L. Gomez and Franco Lopez, DRRM Unit Head.

Twelve modern-day heroes from DSWD Field Office 02 will fly to Tacloban, Leyte to aid in the revalidation of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries who were affected during the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda.

They are Laura Donato, Angelica Maribbay, Alegrea Gullunan, Hayzelle Javier, Jose Alvin Antiola, Bryan Villamin, Roderick Ballesteros, Lady Ann Dalupang, Charidel Manuel, Cherisse Macarubbo, Elena Matalang, and Jonathan Ramos who are all workers for Pantawid Pamilya in region 02 as Municipal Links and Social Welfare Assistants respectively.

The contingent will aid in identifying Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries from among other displaced households; in validating and updating the data profiles of the identified households; and in facilitating the issuance of temporary ID of the beneficiaries during the release of their cash grants, among others.

“This is an opportune time for us to lend a help to our fellows, especially to our beneficiaries. This gives me a deeper sense of fulfillment, not just as an ML, but most especially, as a person,” said Jose Alvin Antiola, Municipal Link of Baggao, Cagayan, and one of the volunteers.

During the briefing, DSWD Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz lauded the volunteers for their commitment to help beneficiaries from other regions.

The team will leave Tuguegarao on December 5, 2013 and will stay in Tacloban until December 18, 2013.

This just proves that amid disasters and calamities, there are heroes who walk among us, ready to help, ready to serve. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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DSWD FO2 sends help to Typhoon Yolanda victims

The donations received by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office are now being transported for distribution to the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in the provinces of Samar and Leyte.

The FO2 received cash donations amounting to P12, 800. 00 pesos which will be deposited in the donation fund of DSWD.

Other donations include: twelve (12) sacks of family food packs @ 8 packs per sack; forty-five (45) sacks of assorted clothing for adult; seven (7) sacks of assorted clothing for children; fifteen (15) sacks of assorted pants for adult; two (2) sacks of slippers; ten (10) sacks of rice @ 50 kilos per sack; three (3) cases of sardines; forty-nine (49) boxes of bottled mineral water; six cases of noodles (Payless); two cases of noodles (Homi); two (2) sacks of assorted clothing.  Donations also includes three and a half (3.5) sacks of brand new assorted shirts with a worth of P30, 386. 00 pesos.

 The donations were already hauled by the Philippine Navy based in Santa Ana, Cagayan and will be delivered to Northern Command (NOLCOM) in Tarlac Province for consolidation, after which, it will  be ferried to National Resource Operations Center (NROC) in Pasay City.

Most of the donations received were from DSWD employees, regional line agencies, Civil Society Organizations, Local Government Units, public and private schools, media partners and private individuals regionwide

As of now, the office continues to receive any kind of assistance. Please drop donations at DSWD Field Office 02, Regional Government Center, Carig, Tuguegarao City. For inquiries, call 846-7043 or email at fo2@dswd.gov.ph ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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DSWD FO2 launches LISTAHANAN

Tuguegarao City—Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II headed by Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz formally launched LISTAHANAN Talaan ng Pamilyang Nangangailangan  as the new face of National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) on November 15, 2013 at Patio Lorenzo, Tuguegarao City.

The launching was participated by different National Government Agencies (NGAs), Media and Academe.

In her message, Regional Director Violeta A. Cruz emphasized that the former project name “National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction” was too long, and even the acronym NHTS-PR is still too long to recall.

“And because of this, people had difficulty remembering and recalling the project name and associating it with the conduct of the household assessment and other related activities. These days are now over because we now have a new brand name – the LISTAHANAN – which is shorter and, therefore, more catchy and more meaningful,” Dir. Cruz added.

Meanwhile, Ms. Delia S. Sto. Tomas, Deputy Regional Project Manager of LISTAHANAN thanked the efforts of the various partner agencies, media and academe in attending said momentous activity.

“Some of you are already our partners and for others, we are encouraging you to become our data users through forging a Memorandum of Agreement with us,” Ms. Sto. Tomas stressed.

During the launching, Dir. Cruz also mentioned of the upcoming second round of household assessment next year to update the LISTAHANAN database. Relative to this, she also stressed that screening for the field staff were already done for the province of Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and part of Isabela.

Moreover, Mr. Rey Tuddao of Commission on Higher Education (CHED) expressed his appreciation for LISTAHANAN saying that, it is a commendable undertaking of the DSWD.

“We are one of the data users, because of the LISTAHANAN database we were able to identify the poorest among the poor and deserving beneficiaries, with this we are going to ask and use again the said database in order for us to identify also the non-poor for our projects next year.”  Ms. Angelica Obordo of Department of Health (DOH) said.

As of today, 19 national government agencies, 5 civil society organizations, 4 academe and 82 Local Government Units are using the Listahanan data as their reference in identifying potential beneficiaries of social protection programs and services.

Listahanan is an information management system that identifies who and where the poor are nationwide. It reduces leakage or inclusion of the non-poor and under-coverage or exclusion of the poor in social protection services; and lessens implementation cost of social protection programs and services by saving resources intended for targeting. ### By Ailyn P. Aglaua, AA V

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