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FEATURE: A Wish Granted

j“Sobrang saya ko po noong nalaman ko na pumasa ako. Gustung- gusto ko pong makatapos ng pag-aaral kahit may pamilya na ako. Alam kong hindi iyon ang magiging balakid sa pagtupad ko sa aking mga pangarap sa buhay. Ang pamilya ko ang inspirasyon ko sa aking pag aaral. Dahil sa kanila, nagsisikap ako na makatapos,” a joyful and determined mother of three children said.

Maria Crispina dela Fuente, 27 years old, is a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. Her family hails at Barangay Anao, Cabagan, Isabela. His husband, Henry, 30 years old, works as a tricycle driver. They were blessed with three children: Marian, at Grade 4; Rhea, Kinder and Henry Jr., who is enrolled in a daycare center.

Nanay Crispina got married when she was just 14 years old. She was in 2nd year high school that time. Because she was faced with the huge responsibility of being a wife, Nanay Crispina was not able to continue her studies. She instead devoted her time in being a loving better half to Mang Henry, and most especially, as a caring mother when their three angels came to life.

She may not have finished any degree, but Nanay Crispina nurtures her children with knowledge and values that they should know, and that they should possess.

Her efforts paid off. Both Marian and Rhea became honor students last school year. Presently, the two excel good in their classes and continue to reap grades of flying colors.

According to Nanay Crispina, the kids are very enthusiastic in their studies because she always put emphasis on the importance of education.

 “Lagi kong sinasabi sa kanila na napakaimportante ng may natapos. Ayaw kong maranasan ng mga anak ko ang nangyari sakin. Ngunit kung may pagkakataon lang talaga, gusto kong bumalik sa pagiging isang estudyante,” Nanay Crispina shared.

 She wants to continue her studies. Nanay Crispina wants to have a diploma which she can be proud of.

 And her prayer was answered. Thanks to the Alternative Learning System (ALS).

 When she heard about the ALS program of Department of Education, Nanay Crispina wasted no time. It was October 2010 when she enrolled in the program. And her life as a student started to unfold, again.

After a year, she finished her modular classes and took another exam in October 2011. When the result came out last April 2012, Nanay Crispina was in cloud nine because she passed the exam.

“Nung naipasa ko yung exam, alam kong ito na ang simula ng katuparan ng aking mga pangarap,” she said. “Dahil dito mas magpupursigi ako para makuha ko rin ang inaasam kong diploma,” Nanay Crispina added.

Nanay Crispina cannot be more thankful. She said that Pantawid Pamilya does not only help their family in terms of health and education, but also improve their perspectives and behavior.

 “Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya, nahikayat ako na muling ipagpatuloy ang aking pag-aaral. Napakalaki ng pagbabagong idinulot nito sakin, hindi lang yung tulong pinansyal, kundi lalo na sa pagpapaunlad ng aking tiwala sa sarili at mga paniniwala sa buhay.Biruin mo, 27 years old na ako pero hindi pa pala huli ang lahat para sakin,” Nanay Crispina expressed.

Presently, she is a 2nd year college student at Isabela State University, Cabagan Campus. She is taking up Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

Two years from now, Nanay Crispina will soon harvest her fruits of labor. But greater than the diploma that she will receive, is the recognition for her being a dedicated wife and a doting mother.

Plus, she will be one of the many living proofs that for somebody who has a dream, it will never be too late for that person to achieve it. ### By JASTIN ANN BUNDALIAN, Municipal Link/ Cabagan, Isabela (MBA, FO2 SMU)

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E-group Created for RAC Members

A PhilHealth representative reiterates that  beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya are automatic members of the health insurance program during the Pilot Testing of the enhanced RAC Monitoring Tool.

A PhilHealth representative reiterates that beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya are automatic members of the health insurance program during the Pilot Testing of the enhanced RAC Monitoring Tool.

The Regional Program Management Office of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program created an e-group for the members of Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) recently.

A Facebook account was created for the RAC members and also to the staff of Pantawid Pamilya in the region.

With the name: DSWD FO2-PP RAC, the e-group aims to facilitate faster communication and updating of activities among the member agencies.

The RAC is composed of different regional lined agencies namely: Department of Education (DepEd); Department of Health (DOH); Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); National Economic Development Authority (NEDA); National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP); Population Commission (PopCom); Philippine Information Agency (PIA); National Nutrition Council (NNC); Commission on Higher Education (CHED); PhilHealth; Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Department of Agriculture (DA) and Department of Tourism (DOT).

DSWD partners with the aforementioned agencies for the better and more effective implementation of Pantawid Pamilya. Advisory Committees were created at the national, regional and municipal levels to enhance national ownership and promote joint efforts with partner agencies and local implementers.

RAC aims to ensure the availability of the supply side on health, nutrition and education and promote complementation of services with other stakeholders as well as to provide the necessary support services to meet the conditionalities for the success of the program.

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. For region 02, there are a total of 94,120 household beneficiaries. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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FEATURE: A Metamorphosis

(Liham ni ALONA MANGALNIDAN, Parent Leader ng Brgy. Antonino, Alicia, Isabela)

Ako po si Alona Mangalnidan, isa pong benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ng Brgy. Antonio, Alicia, Isabela. Noong wala pa pong Pantawid dito sa Alicia, kayhirap po ng buhay namin. Kami po ay isang kahig, isang tuka. Dahil pos a kahirapan, lahat po ng trabaho ay pinasok ko upang mabuhay po ang aking pamilya.

Binuhay ko po ang pamilya ko sa pagiging isang Kubrador. Alam ko pong ilegal ang jueteng, ngunit mas nangingibabaw po ang kagustuhan kong malagyan ng pagkain ang aming hapag. Sa pagiging kubrador ko po kinukuha an gaming pangkain at gastusin araw-araw.

Setyembre po ng nakaraang taon ay pinalad po akong mapasama bilang isa sa mga benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilya. Magkahalong tuwa at lungkot po ang aking naramdaman. Tuwa dahil batid ko pong ang programa ay magbibigay ng tulong pinansyal para sa kalusugan at edukasyon ng aking mga anak. Ngunit nalungkot din ako dahil ipinagbabawal sa programa ang pagsusugal at pag-inom ng alak. Sa isip ko po, saan na ako kukuha n gaming pangangailangan araw-araw kung ipinagbabawal naman ang pagiging Kubrador ko?

Sa mga susunod pa naming miting sa aming Municipal Link, mas nabigyang-diin po ang pagtatalakay tungkol sa Pantawid, ang mga kondisyon na dapat naming magampanan, at ang epekto nito sa halaga ng cash grant na maaari naming matanggap. Ngunit ang higit na tumatak sa aking isipan ay ang mga gawaing hindi dapat gawin bilang isang benepisyaryo, tulad na lamang ng pagsusugal.

Naihalal din ako bilang isang Parent Leader, na nung una ay muntik ko ng tanggihan. Masasayang lang kasi ang oras ko sa pag-iikot sa mga bahay-bahay dahil tiyak na marami akong maipapataya.

Hindi naglaon, buong puso kong niyakap ang pagiging isang Parent Leader, sa paghihikayat na rin n gaming ML at ng aking mga kapwa benepisyaryo. At dito na nagsimulang magbago ang ikot ng aking mundo.

Laking tuwa ko ng matanggap ko ang aming unang cash grant, agad kong binili ang pera ng bagong gamit sa eskwelahan ang aking mga anak. Dahil din sa Family Development Sessions o FDS, tuluyan ng nawala sa aking sistema ang pagiging isang kubrador.

Hindi lang ang pagiging kubrador ang paraan upang kumita ako ng kahit na kaunting halaga. Marami pang ibang paraan. Maraming paraan upang kahit paunti-unti ay umahon sa kahirapan. Sa ngayon po, ay maipagmamalaki kop o na isa na akong Franchise Dealer ng sari-saring produkto: Avon, Natasha, MSE at Tupperware pa. Ang munti kong kita ay siya ng tumutugon sa aming pangangailangan araw-araw.

Samantala, ang cash grant naman na aming natatanggap ay inilalaan ko para sa aming kalusugan, lalong lalo na sa pag-aaral ng aking mga anak.

Lubos po akong nagpapasalamat sa Pantawid. Isa po itong napakalaking biyaya sa katulad kong mahirap. Ngunit higit po sa tulong na naibibigay ng programa para mapangalagaan ang kalusugan ng aking pamilya at edukasyon ng aking mga anak, ay ang pagbabagong idinulot nito sa aking pagkatao at asal upang mas maging mabuti at responsible akong magulang, at mas maging kapaki-pakinabang na nilikha dito sa mundong ibabaw. ###

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DSWD Searches for Model Pantawid Pamilya Family

The Department of Social Welfare and Development is again on its quest to search for the Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya for this year.

The Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya is a nationwide advocacy activity of the department which aims to give recognition to family beneficiaries who religiously followed the conditions of the program and exhibit Filipino values and strong family ties.

For region 02, there were already eight identified entries from the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya who will compete for the regional level. The winning family beneficiary will be the region’s contender for the national title.

The family of Mrs. Ritchelle Soriano from Sta. Ana, Cagayan, last year’s regional winner, said that the recognition given to them by DSWD has motivated them to be more responsible beneficiaries and even encouraged their fellows to fulfill their responsibilities as recipients of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

“Bale hinihikayat naming yung mga kapwa naming beneficiaries na dapat gampanan din nila yung mga tungkulin nila, at saka dapat yung cash grant nila ay gamitin ng tama. Yung para sa kalusugan ng pamilya lalo na sa edukasyon ng mga bata,” said Mrs. Soriano.

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program 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 conditions of the program which includes (1) pregnant women must avail pre and post natal care; (2) children aged 0-5 years old must receive regular preventive health check-ups and vaccines; (3) children aged 6-14 years old must receive deworming pills twice a year; (4) children aged 0-5 years old must be enrolled in preschool/daycare with at least 85% attendance rate; (5) children aged 6-14 years old must be enrolled in elementary and highschool with at least 85% attendance rate; and (6) parents must attend Family Development Sessions or FDS.

The program is being implemented by DSWD in the 17 regions nationwide. As of now, there is a total of 92, 619 household beneficiaries for region 02. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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Targeting System: A Boon for Social Justice

“The State shall promote social justice in all aspects of national development”, thus says the constitution, a call to address the perennial problem of poverty and adopt measures calculated to insure economic stability and equalization of social forces of the state.

Social Justice requires the formulation of development programs responsive to the needs of the poor. Alongside, it is imperative that the government ensures that these programs reach the indigents and vulnerable sectors of the society, hence, the birth of Executive order No. 867 which provides for the adoption of the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction, otherwise known as the NHTS-PR.

The NHTS-PR is an information management system used to identify the poor households in the country and determine where they are. This system utilizes objective and verifiable characteristics of households to classify them as poor. For the first years of its pilot implementation it has been used to firm up the implementation of programs such as the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Programs, distribution of PhilHealth cards to indigents and social protection programs for senior citizens. But how does the system contribute to the attainment of social development and ultimately, social justice?

As an information management system, the NHTS-PR provides data that can be used as reference in the formulation and implementation of programs responsive to the needs of the poor. This enables the National Government Agencies and Local Government Units to direct their efforts in crafting plans, programs and activities that will assist the poor live a quality life, wherein basic necessities for survival are met and education availed.

The system is also a facility for the objective identification of beneficiaries of social protection programs. It allows the distribution of scarce resources only to the poor instead of including those who are capable of meeting their subsistence needs to share in the limited resources provided by the government.

Moreover, the NHTS-PR is a springboard to foster collaborative approach for poverty reduction. The quality database derived from the system and its availability to the public and private stakeholders of social protection programs facilitates the convergence and synchronization of resources into poor households. In effect, this advances the quality of their life.

Finally, the NHTS enhances the transparency and integrity of program implementation. Since the identification of beneficiaries of programs will be based on an objective assessment, political and other unnecessary influence for the availment of government services is inhibited. This paves way for the genuine delivery of services to the poor consistent with the objectives of programs and administration’s thrust for development and economic stability.

A targeting system that aids planning, implementation and delivery of social development services to the poor and vulnerable sectors of the society, the NHTS-PR is a boon for social justice where the Philippines, as dreamt by the late Secretary Jesse M. Robredo and as envisioned in the Constitution will be “A country that is not always on the cusp of something great but trips all the time, but a Philippines where people are not battling hunger every day!” ###By Marydine L. Cambri, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Region 02, (This piece won 1st place during the NHTS Essay Writing Contest for National Government Agencies on June 14,2013 at Crown Lodge, Tuguegarao City)

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Targeting System: Boon or Bane?

The country’s incessant struggle against the “ravaging virus” of poverty has been akin to the cyclical segment of some local “telenovelas.” Indeed, the Filipino masses have become the living testaments of the government’s lifelong plight on poverty alleviation.

Hypothetically, the Philippines is still trapped into the nasty web of destitution. Sad to note, based on the report issued by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB), the poverty incidence in the country – i.e., the proportion of people below the poverty line is still relatively high. Data show that the poverty incidence was estimated 27.9% at the start of the first semester during the year 2012. This chronic malady is definitely a serious threat for the country’s journey towards economic progress. Nonetheless, such disheartening reality shouldn’t be viewed as the “endpoint” of our significant battle against this crippling disease; instead, this should be considered as a huge challenge for everyone in discovering the best antidote to terminate the viral effect of poverty in this country.

Battling the “vicious cycle” of poverty in our country is undoubtedly the paramount priority of the Aquino administration. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), one of the lead agencies responsible for poverty reduction, has continuously advocated strategic programs to address the poverty incidence of our country. Some of these programs are the Philippine Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), more popularly known as the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), the Sustainable Livelihood Program and the Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan. These aforementioned programs have been tailored to converge with other programs of the government like employment, shelter, livelihood, health, education and agriculture.

The maiden step, however, in the effective delivery of these social services is to identify who and where the poorest households are in the country. Through the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR)-i.e., an information management that identifies who and where the poor households are, the qualified beneficiaries shall be given the social protection services that they need. This system aims to establish a socio-economic database of households that will be used in identifying the qualified beneficiaries of the national social protection program.

Virtually, the DSWD unceasingly desires to Distribute Social services With Dignity. That’s why the NHTS-PR was created by the DSWD to respond proactively to the challenges of social service delivery. IF these social services are implemented effectively to the poorest of the poor in the country, then, programs on sustainable development through livelihood, agriculture and employment could be easily achieved.

From all considerations, the NHTS-PR is indeed a practical means in identifying the target clienteles in the implementation of the various programs of the government vis-à-vis poverty alleviation. This is precisely a “BOON” advocacy of the DSWD in its thrust to rescue the drowning public from the quagmire of poverty.

Henceforth, every Filipino should take a part in the upholding and strengthening the DSWD’s campaign on poverty reduction. Afterall, everyone is a key role player in debugging the poverty virus of our country, Let’s all make a happy ending for this cyclical telenovela; take part, be a part of the campaign, and all together, let’s chart the course of our country towards national economic progress, via the NHTS-PR. ### By Dennis John M. Espinoza, Ph. D./Department of Education (DepEd) Region 2, (This piece won 2nd place during the NHTS Essay Writing Contest for National Government Agencies on June 14,2013 at Crown Lodge, Tuguegarao City)

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Targeting System: Boon or Bane?

In a country where the poor are dispersed across many different areas, it is important for the government to know exactly where to direct its resources so that, no matter how scare these resources may be, they will be used by the people who need them the most. That is what the National Household Targeting System aims to achieve—-to know who and where the poor are.

Once known, these underprivileged sectors of the society will be the first in line to benefit from social protection programs such as health insurance, scholarships, social pension and conditional cash transfer grants as in the case of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. This characteristic alone makes the targeting system a boon for the government and a big step towards alleviating poverty in the most poverty-stricken areas of the country.

It facilitates a more efficient and effective delivery of the limited resources of the government in that those who are most deserving of the assistance are reached out to. In a way, it also prevents those who have enough to fend for themselves to share in these resources which limits the already limited privileges that the poor should really be enjoying.

What is most notable of the system is how data was gathered in the areas identified as pockets of poverty. The Household Assessment Form does not ask the exact income a household earns like what so many social surveys in the past did. Instead, the socioeconomic status of a household is determined by other poverty indicators such as family size, state of house, presence of furnitures and fixtures, and the like. These indicators cannot hide the actual state of the household in terms of its ability to meet the family’s daily basic needs for health, education, and social protection. The inclusion of a household in the NHTS list already uplifts its living conditions as the family is able to put food on the table and to send their young children to school.

Looking at the system in the point of view of the government, the NHTS makes work easier in terms of identifying who should really be the beneficiaries of social protection programs. For planning and implementing agencies, results of the NHTS are very useful since programs and projects are more specifically designed to touch base with the poor sector. All in all, the NHTS is an essential tool in alleviating poverty where poverty hinders the development of the human potential. It may have a few minor glitches along the way but these are overpowered by the benefits that both the government and the poor enjoy—the poor are smiling and feeling happy about their privileges, and the government is given a pat in the back for hitting its target. ### By Ann Margaret Y. Lasam, National Economic Development Authority (NEDA), (This piece won 3rd place during the NHTS Essay Writing Contest for National Government Agencies on June 14,2013 at Crown Lodge, Tuguegarao City)

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FEATURE: A Ray Of Light

“Opportunities that come our way must be grabbed, for they knock only once in our lives”, said Revilyn Asuncion, a beneficiary of the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT), who graduated in the Housekeeping Training provided by the TESDA Region 2 for 55 days, from April 9 to June 3, 2013.

Aling Revilyn’s family hails from Barangay General Balao, Solana, in the province of Cagayan. She is a doting mother to her 3 children: John Alvin, 9; Jedah Mae, 8 and Maria Ellaine, 7. Since her husband, Mang Alvin earns a meager income by tilling a small rice farm, Aling Revilyn dreams of having a livelihood where she can earn good value of money, to further sustain her family’s needs. But all her bright thoughts are sometimes hampered by the dimming shadows of apprehensions.

“May mga pagkakataon na nawawalan ako ng pag-asa at paulit-ulit kong sinasabi sa sarili ko na hanggang dito na lang siguro talaga kami. Ano ba ang magagawa ng katulad kong highschool lang naman ang natapos,” she said in tears.

“Ngunit totoo ngang mabait ang Diyos, at may mga taong handang tumulong sa katulad naming mga mahihirap,” and her eyes started to sparkle.

The Asuncion family is one of the beneficiaries for the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer or MCCT. This program is the modified approach on the Conditional Cash Transfer popularly known as the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

The whole family is very grateful for being one of the recipients of the program. Aside from the help that it gives to support the family’s health and nutrition, education of the children, and developing more positive behavior among the parents, the program also opened doors of opportunities for the family.

Aling Revilyn together with other MCCT beneficiaries, were granted scholarship for the Housekeeping Training of Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) Region 02. Aling Revilyn and the group were also provided allowance for their food and transportation.

The 55-day training renewed Aling Revilyn’s confidence and trust in herself. She cast all the negative thoughts aside and now has a positive outlook in life.

Though she is so thankful that she receives cash grant through the MCCT, she is fully aware that the program will not last until lifetime. That is why, Aling Revilyn is now pondering on what she can do so that the sun may shine brighter for them. ###By RODOLFO CALINA URSUA, MCCT Social Case Worker/Green Meadow Development Foundation Incorporated (GMDFI), (MBA, FO2 SMU)

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