P500 matag bulan ang madawat sa Social Pensioner, dili P6,000 – DSWD

File Photo: UCT Payout to DSWD Social Pension beneficiaries in Gingoog City.

Giklaro sa Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) nga P500 ang matag bulan nga madawat sa mga benepisaryo ilalom sa Social Pension Program ug dili P6,000 sumala sa nikatap nga fake news sa social media.

Ang Social Pension Program ayuda sa mga kabus nga edaran nga mga lolo ug lola subay sa Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 or Republic Act 9994. Ilalom sa nasangpit nga balaod, ang mga mag-edad og 60 anyos pa taas kwalipikado nga makadawat og P500 nga pension kung siya hinay, masakiton o adunay kabilinggan; walay gidawatan nga pension sa Social Security System (SSS), Government Services Insurance System (GSIS) o uban pang social security institution sa gobyerno; ug walay permanente nga income o wala gisuportahan alang sa iyang mga panginahanglanon matag adlaw, sama sa tambal.

Ang DSWD gahatag og ayuda sa mga social pensioners matag tulo ka bulan o P1,500 matag quarter, hinungdan nga mokabat kini ngadto sa P6,000 sa sulod sa usa ka tuig.

Gihangyo ni DSWD Secretary Virginia N. Orogo ang publiko nga dili i-share ang sayop nga impormasyon aron dili na makahimo og kalibog sa publiko.

Iyang gidugang nga bukas nga DSWD sa pagtubag sa mga pangutana lambigit sa mga programa ug serbisyo sa ahensiya.

“Using inaccurate data is not helpful to the public. Much as we appreciate efforts to help DSWD in information dissemination, it would be best that fact-checking to be done first with reliable sources before sharing,” matud niya.

Sa pagkakaron, adunay 2,906,079 ka mga social pensioners nga nakadawat na og ayuda sulod sa ikaduhang quarter ning tuiga.

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Serving vegetables in a meal saves benes from spending more on food

PANGANTUCAN, Bukidnon — Eva Tamong of Barangay Concepcion here does not need to buy meat every time she prepares a meal for her family.
The 50-year-old Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary cooks vegetables to pair it off with rice daily, a strategy she has been using to save money for the family’s daily needs.
She is not buying the vegetables, either. Instead, picks it up from the garden she and her family has been cultivating for years to help them meet their food intake needs.
The family grows Baguio Beans, Ladies’ Fingers or locally known as Okra, String Beans, Sweet Potato, Alogbati (Basella Alba), Horse Radish, Chinese Cabbage, Eggplant, Spring Onions, and Amplaya (Momordica Charantia) in its backyard.
The garden does not only serve the family’s food intake needs, it also gives Eva an opportunity to earn an income out of taking care of the plants.
Eva earns an average of P50 a month from her Spring Onions and another P100 from the varieties of leafy vegetables.
This extra income complements the seasonal income of her husband, Felipe, a Civilian Volunteers Organization member of this barangay, who formerly worked at a banana plantation company here.

Organic Fishpond

Aside from the vegetables garden, Eva’s family dug a two-meter deep pond for tilapia for their consumption.
The family feeds the tilapia fish with chopped vegetables leaves and chicken dung.
To date, the family has harvested tilapia fish four times and momentarily rears 1,500 tilapia fingerlings.

LGU gives free vegetables seeds

The Municipal Agriculture Office distributes free vegetable seeds through its volunteers and barangay officials.
The free seeds distribution is in line with the local government unit’s effort to implement backyard gardening among residents of the town, especially 4Ps beneficiaries.
Pangantucan Mayor Miguel Silva Jr issued a memorandum order on backyard gardening dated May 9, 2017.
Mayor Silva, in his memorandum order number 047-05-2017 issued to all barangay captains, directed the village chiefs to monitor the gardening activities of the 4Ps members.
Vegetable planting, Silva said, will help solve malnutrition in the town, adding that barangay captains shall check regularly the backyard gardens of 4Ps members.
The barangay captain shall then issue a compliance certificate to every 4Ps household for free for the Municipal Inter-Agency Committee to monitor the compliance of the beneficiaries.

Teaching kids while young

Eva and her husband, Felipe, have been farming since they got married.
The parents claimed they introduce vegetables to their eldest child, Rachel, 25; when she was still a child. Now, Rachel has her own family and she introduced vegetables to her child, too.
Aside from that, Eva introduced farming to Rachel while she was still a child, bringing her to their garden when harvesting fresh green beans, tomatoes, spring onions, among others.
Maintaining a garden even before becoming a beneficiary of 4Ps, Eva said she and Rachel would gladly share the crops with family and neighbors.
Today, Eva is also teaching their youngest son, Renel, on farming and eating vegetables, a passion for food and sharing she would like to continue to her next generation.
Concepcion has a population of 658 according to the 2010 Census of Population and Housing of the Philippine Statistics Authority. Of this number, 62 households are Pantawid beneficiaries. But, all residents of the village are into backyard gardening and farming.

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4Ps Couples Wed Through Convergence Initiative

NOT ALONE. Sometimes, you just don’t get married alone. Mass weddings can happen for a variety of reasons like this where 64 couples belonging to the Umayamnon Tribe of Bukidnon exchange their “I Do’s”, however, not in their traditional marriage ceremony in Sitio Miaray, Barangay Mandahican, Cabanglasan, Bukidnon on June 14, 2018.

The couples are all beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

The activity is part of the convergence initiative of the Municipal Action Team of DSWD, Mayor’s Office of Cabanglasan, and Municipal Civil Registrar.

Mayor Renante Inocando solemnizes the first mass wedding in town involving indigenous peoples.

(Photos by Elvie S. Pina-apol of MAT Cabanglasan)

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A farmer daughter is now a licensed agriculturist

Valencia City, Bukidnon — Rechelle Lacorte, 22 of Purok 1, Tongantongan here grew up in a farm where his parents have been cultivating since her childhood.

Rechelle’s parents did not own the land. They are tenants whose income is dependent on the farm labor and on their share of the income of the produce.

Rechelle have witnessed the sufferings of her parents and neighbors brought about by poverty for years. However, she saw it as an opportunity for her growth and understanding.

Rechelle Lacorte at the Department of Agriculture Office 10 in Cagayan de Oro City.

Challenges in studies

It was not easy for Rechelle to get academic opportunities. She had to face and endure the financial predicaments from elementary up to college because of lack.

“It was not new to me whenever there was a delay in my allowance, or if I didn’t receive any,” Rechelle said, adding that the struggles went on until her college days.

“When I have lots of requirements, my parents would even ask her where to source out the money to buy those,” explained Rechelle.

“Moana gyud si Mama nako, asa nato ni kwaon ang pampalit ani, nak? Ang allowance ra gyud nimo atong gisaligan and wala pay harvest diri sa ato,” Rechelle disclosed. (My mother would ask me where to find money to buy [for my requirements in school]. We are only dependent on your allowance and it’s not even harvest season yet).

Rechelle was referring to the scholarship she earned from several grants during her college days due to her meritorious academic achievement since elementary.

I was raised and was able to send to school through tenant farming and with the help of some scholarships offered by the government like the Provincial Scholarship Program of Governor Jose Maria F. Zubiri and the Academic Scholarship of Central Mindanao University in first year and third year in college.

“But, then at the end of the day, problems and challenges made me a strong person. I took that as an inspiration to get high grades and to excel in academics, said Rechelle who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness Management at Central Mindanao University, Maramag, Bukidnon in 2016.

Pantawid Pamilya helps her achieve her dream

“Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) helped me a lot to pursue my dreams and it became a very big part of where I am today,” declared Rechelle, who is now a licensed agriculturist.

“I know there is nothin in this world that can pay how indebted I am to ESGP-PA (Expanded Student Grant-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation),” said Rechelle, adding that, “ESGP-PA came at the time when my parents decided that they could no longer enroll me in fourth year college.”

ESGP-PA is a college scholarship program of DSWD, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

Under the program, a student-grantee who is a 4Ps beneficiary is entitled to a maximum grant of P60,000 per school year or P30,000 per semester for tuition and other school fees, textbooks or other learning materials, and stipend.

“Of all the scholarships I have enjoyed, ESGP-PA was really a great help to those students like me that come from poor families. My parents’ joint income was not enough and in the last three semesters in college in 2016, finances really mattered,” said Rechelle.

“ESGP-PA serves as a light to a path where I want to be, a road to success where at the end I want my parents proud, happy and will have a comfortable living, let them rest and let me do all the things they’ve done for me and pay them back with something good for all their hardships,” said a teary-eyed Rechelle.

Rechelle claimed that she has to pay back her parents for enduring the heat of the sun in tilling the farm just to earn money for her allowance and all just for her to earn a degree.

Rechelle disclosed that ESGP-PA also helped her pass the Licensure Examination for Agriculturists. She reviewed at Aim to Top Review Center for free, sponsored by the ESGP-PA, through the efforts of the Central Mindanao University in Bukidnon.

Rechelle Lacorte with General Services Section Chief Engr. Lolita A. Galenzoga of the Administrative and Finance Division of the Department of Agriculture 10.

Dedicating success to parents, 4Ps

“I dedicate my success to my parents and to others who have extended a helping hand so that I can reach my dreams, to ESGP-PA of 4Ps and to our Almighty Father,” said Rechelle when asked where to dedicate her success.

A degree holder and a registered agriculturist, Rechelle is currently working at the Department of Agriculture Region 10. She is assigned to the Administrative and Finance Division of the General Services Section of the regional office.

She plans to take up technical-vocational courses related to agriculture. She also plans to take and pass the Civil Service Examination.

She is hoping she will meet 4Ps beneficiaries who are now enrolled in college in order to share her story and inspire them to strive hard in their studies.

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4Ps beneficiary is now a public school teacher

MARAMAG, Bukidnon — Finishing her college education is the only way out for Charmaine T. Noynay of Purok 4, Base Camp here from a life filled with hardship.

Charmaine, a public secondary school teacher at Bukidnon National School of Home Industries (BNSHI), is a former Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiary.

Finishing her college education is the only way out for Charmaine T. Noynay of Purok 4, Base Camp here from a life filled with hardship. Charmaine, a public secondary school teacher at Bukidnon National School of Home Industries (BNSHI), is a former Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiary. Among six siblings, Charmaine is the first to finish college at the Central Mindanao University in 2016.

Among six siblings, Charmaine is the first to finish college at the Central Mindanao University in 2016.

“I have three siblings who finished high school, but did not continue to college due to our financial instability,” she said, adding that it was her dream to finish her tertiary education and improve the well-being of her family.

“As the fourth child, it has always been my dream to finish my studies no matter what it takes. It has come to me that my family’s future has to change, especially with my two younger siblings,” Charmaine said.

She builds a house

When she got her first pay, Charmaine started to buy construction materials for her dream house here.

Erected beside the older house, Charmaine still can’t believe that her dream of building a new house for her family is now a reality.

Construction is still on going

The Provincial Schools Division of Bukidnon of the Department of Education hired Charmaine after she passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers last year and assigned her to handle Mathematics subjects at BNSHI here.

A life filled of hardship

Her father is a farmer-laborer, while her mother is a housewife.

“We belong to the poverty line and that is very evident in our household. We are eight in the family. My father is a farmer-laborer and my mother is a housewife,” Charmaine disclosed.

“When I was about to graduate in 2016, my father was only earning P300 a week and that’s not even fixed. My mother was earning as well but only for our daily needs,” said Charmaine.

“My first two years in the university was the hardest years of my life. My allowance was not constant. Sometimes, I don’t even have an allowance. No matter how much I budget my money, it is still not enough. I always borrow photo copies from my classmates so I could study for our tests,” she said, adding that, “but no matter how difficult it was, I had always prayed for strength so I could keep going.”

“My academics have never been easy also. I may not be that intelligent but I always study hard so I could maintain my grades and still be in the scholarship program of the university,” Charmaine explained.

ESGP-PA helps her achieve dream

It was in her third year in college when she became a beneficiary of the Expanded Student Grant-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA).

The ESGPPA is implemented by the Commission on Higher Education together with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino program (4Ps), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs).

“The program helped me a lot especially on my allowance and school fees. I was assured that I could continue my studies and finish it on time because the program is very generous to the grantees,” Charmaine said.

Charmaine considered the program as her greatest blessing during her college years.

“My life has become better after I graduated and I am grateful for the program for helping me reach my dreams. I do hope the program (4Ps) will continue to help a lot of students who dream not just for themselves, but for their family also and for the country’s future as a whole,” said Charmaine.

“Yes, I graduated Cum Laude, but the success wasn’t mine alone. The success was mine to share with my beloved family, who were my greatest motivators and inspirations and to the persons behind the amazing program which aided my education,” continued Charmaine.

“I pray that the program will continue to serve the poor, but deserving students,” said Charmaine, thanking God for her achievement.

Charmaine is currently taking her master’s degree at CMU. She is planning to finish a doctorate degree to earn a title as a statistician of the Department of Education.

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PAHIBALO!

Gapadayon ang pagbayad karon sa mga cash grants sa benepisaryo sa Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4ps) nga ilalom sa over-the-counter.

Apan dili kini dungan o sulod lang sa usa ka adlaw tungod kay adunay skedyul nga gisunod nga natakda sa matag munisipyo ug dakbayan.

Ang gibayaran nga cash grants mao ang nasunod nga mga kondisyones sa benepisaryo sa 4Ps sa bulan lang sa Enero 2018 nga ilalom sa Period 6 nga pay-out.

Wala malakip ang bulan sa Disyembre 2017. Kahibaloan, ang Period 6 nag-cover sa bulan sa Disyembre 2017 ug Enero 2018.

Ang rason nganong wala malakip ang bulan sa Disyembre 2017 mao ang pag-uli sa kwarta nga na-alokar sa maong bulan sa wala pa matapos ang Disyembre 2017 gikan sa DSWD Central Office ngadto sa Bureau of Treasury tungod sa balaod nga gipatuman nga wala nay continuing funds alang sa 4Ps sugod niadto 2017.

Ang DBM (Department of Budget and Management) mao ang nagpatuman sa balaod nga wala nay continuing funds ang 4Ps sugod niadtong 2017. Nagpasabot, nga i-uli ang naka-alokar nga budget gikan sa DSWD Central Office ngadto sa Bureau of Treasury kung dili kini magamit sulod sa maong tuig.

Wala malakip ang Disyembre 2017 sa pagbayad sa tuig 2017 tungod gikinahanglan pa nga susihon ang pagsunod sa mga kondisyones sa benepisaryo sulod sa tibuok bulan sa Disyembre 2017 pinaagi sa compliance verification system, nga mao ang basihan sa paghatag sa cash grants sa benepisaryo sumala sa ilang pagsunod.

Sa pagkakaron, na-request na sa DSWD Central Office ngadto sa Department of Budget and Management ang na-alokar nga budget alang sa Disyembre 2017 aron mabalik ug mabayad kini ngadto sa mga benepisaryo.

Ang DSWD Field Office 10 igo lang mipatuman sa programa sa 4Ps. Ang budget alang sa cash grants sa mga benepisaryo anaa sa Land Bank of the Philippines nga gidrekta og download gikan sa DSWD Central Office ug makagawas lang kini paingon sa mga benepisaryo, panahon nga magbayad na sa cash grants.

Nagpasabot nga dili na moagi ang pundo sa DSWD Field Offices, sama sa DSWD Field Office 10. Busa, dili mahilabtan ang pundo ni bisan kinsa.

 

 

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Community volunteers converge for Panagtapok 2018

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) gathered more than 200 community volunteers under the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services: National Community-Driven Development Program (Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP) during the first Regional Community Volunteers’ Congress dubbed as “Panagtapok 2018”, March 26-28, at the Chali Beach Resort, Cagayan de Oro City.

The 225 Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP community volunteers represent 45 municipalities of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Lanao del Norte and Bukidnon combined.

DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Community Volunteers showcased their talents in different creative presentations depicting their experiences, hardships, heartaches, successes, and hopes in the implementation of the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP in Northern Mindanao during Panagtapok 2018 – Regional Community Volunteers’ Congress, March 26-28, Chali Beach Resort. (DSWD Photo)

Panagtapok is a venue for the community-volunteers from the different provinces of Northern Mindanao to converge and share their experiences in the implementation of the Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP, as well as a venue for them to showcase their success stories that could promote Community-Driven Development (CDD) as one of the key poverty alleviation strategies of the government.

Hernanito Eduria, a community volunteer from Barangay Vista Villa in Sumilao, Bukidnon, said “daghan kayo ko og na-meet nga mga kaubang volunteers, didto daghan nga topics ang gihisgutan para ma-enhance ang capability sa mga volunteers, despite nga ako BAC (Bids and Awards Committee) head lamang – akong mga kauban sa grupo mga BSPMC (Barangay Sub-project Management Committee) chairpersons, nalipay ko kay daghan sila og na-share sa akoa, at the same time aduna sad ako’y nahatag sa ila nga maayo nga opinion mahitungod sa BAC (I met a lot of fellow volunteers, there were a lot of topics discussed to enhance the capability of the volunteers, despite being just a BAC head – and my groupmates were BSPMC chairpersons, I was happy that they shared a lot of experiences with me, at the same time I too gave them my opinion regarding BAC).”

Hernanito enthused “abi nako ako ra maoy gamay ra og experience sa Kalahi-CIDSS, pero nakatag pud ko og advice sa ila og nakita nako nga makatabang kani sa ila (I thought I was the only one there who had little experience with Kalahi-CIDSS, but I was able to give the others some advice and I think it will help them a lot).”

He further notes that “uyon kaayo ko nga i-adopt sa mga LGU (Local Government Units) and CDD (Community-Driven Development), kay diha sa CDD nakita ug na-experience gyud namo ang proseso sa pagsuta sa problema, diri pud namo nahibal-an kung unsa gyud among gi-kinahanglan, ug unsay angay sa amo nga project – kabalo mi nga paghuman og implementar ug pagkumpleto sa project – amo gyud nga magamit (I really agree that the LGUs should adopt CDD, because it is in CDD that we have experienced the process of finding what the problem is, here we also knew what we really needed, and what project is suitable for us – we know that once the project is implemented and completed – we could really use it).”

“Para sa akong mga kapwa-volunteers – dasig lang gyud ta!, dili gyud ta musurender kai ang atong mabuhat karon mahimo kining legend sa ato-a, wala man tay salapi nga mahatag para tabang sa atong barangay pero ang atong kusog, atong kapasidad, mao ni atong ikapaambit nga para nay matukod nga improvement sa atong barangay – mahimo tang makatabang ani, ug umaabot sa damlag nga panahon, ang atong mga kabataan makapahimulos niini – ug tanan atong nakat-unan paagi sa  trainings nga gihatag sa ato sa Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP ato pud ipasa sa atong mga kabataan, aron matudluan sila nga ang CDD mao atong gamiton nga proseso sa pag-implementar sa mga programa sa barangay (To my fellow volunteers – we should keep pushing! We should never give up because what we do now will become legendary. We may not have money to give and help our barangay, but our strength and capacity is what we can contribute to build some improvements in our barangay – we can help this way. And when time the comes, our children will really enjoy this – and all the learnings through trainings that was given to us by Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP should be passed on to our children. That way we can teach them to use the CDD process should be used in implementing programs of the barangay) concludes Hernanito.

Once the Concreting of a 0.27 kilometer Barangay Access Road in Barangay Vista Villa is completed a total of 611 households, 149 of which are Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries, will benefit from the community sub-project, this as their current road is muddy and slippery during rains making it difficult for trucks and vehicles to transport farmers’ crops and produce, furthermore, several vehicles have already encountered accidents here.

DSWD Assistant Regional Director for Operations Aldersey Mumar dela Cruz addresses the community volunteers in attendance during the Regional Community Volunteers’ Congress, Chali Beach Resort, March 26-28, 2018. Director Dela Cruz is hopeful that the volunteers will remain enthusiastic and happy in implementing the community sub-projects under the Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP, and reminds everyone that in unity – there is strength. (DSWD Photo)

Director Aldersey Mumar dela Cruz, Assistant Regional Director for Operations of the DSWD, said to the volunteers “ang pagpahigayon sa volunteers’ congress sa Region 10, dugay na nako kini nga damgo, dugay nasad kini nga damgo sa mga volunteers nag magkahiusa, hinaot nga magpabilin inyong kadasig ug kalipay, ikaw, ako, kitang tanan maghiniusa – padayon! (the conduct of the volunteers’ congress for Region 10 has been a long-time dream of mine, this is also the dream of the volunteers to gather and unite, I hope that your enthusiasm and happiness will remain, you, me, all of us unite – move forward!).”

The Volunteers’ Congress concluded on a high note with the volunteers showcasing their talents in different creative presentations depicting their experiences, hardships, heartaches, successes, and hopes in the implementation of the Kalahi-CIDSS NCDDP in Northern Mindanao.

Written by Shaun Alejandrae Y Uy, DSWD

Nievan B Llacuna, Kalahi-CIDSS Barangay Sub-project Management Committee (BSPMC) Chairperson of Barangay Sindangan, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental shares his experiences in the implementation of the community sub-projects in their area during Panagtapok 2018 – Regional Community Volunteers’ Congress, March 26-28, Chali Beach Resort. Llacuna is a teacher by profession, and volunteering is his way of giving back to the community. Nievan is also part of the region’s delegation to the National Community Volunteers’ Congress in Manila, August 2017, sponsored by the DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS National Program Management Office. (DSWD Photo)

 

DSWD Kalahi-CIDSS Sub-Regional Program Coordinator (SRPC) for Misamis Oriental Engr. Abobacar Tocalo lectures on the importance of a Local Government Unit (LGU) – led Community-Driven Development programs or projects. SRPC Tocalo also emphasized the importance of pushing for the integration, adoption and/or institutionalization of the CDD process in the local governments, especially in the barangays, as this will lead to an empowered community that helps in nation building. (DSWD Photo)

 

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DSWD: 4Ps are free to decide during elections

Workers of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office 10 remind all the program beneficiaries that they are free to decide, choose, and express their beliefs and rights relative to the upcoming barangay elections through their monthly Family Development Session (FDS), such as this in El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental.

During the FDS, DSWD workers promote the beneficiaries’ rights to participate in the electoral process, but, emphasize to them that the program shall not be used for advancing political campaigns of any candidate, group, political parties, and the likes during the entire election period.

(Text by Oliver Badel Inodeo, Pantawid Pamilya Information Officer and Photos by Norhaina Abdulrahman Macala, City Link of El Salvador City.)

 

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