DSWD downloads shelter funds to Tacloban LGU, preps for distribution of housing aid to Pantawid beneficiaries

 DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera and Regional Director Nestor Ramos engage in light conversation with Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez during the turn over of ESA check.

DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera and Regional Director Nestor Ramos engage in light conversation with Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez during the turn over of ESA check.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has turned over today P315.54 million to the local government of Tacloban City for the implementation of Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) for 31,554 family-survivors of Typhoon Yolanda who are not Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries and whose houses were damaged by the disaster.

The simple ceremony was attended by Mayor Alfred Romualdez, DSWD Assistant Secretary V

ilma Cabrera and DSWD-Field Office VIII Regional Director Nestor Ramos

Families with partially damaged houses will get P10,000 while those with totally damaged houses will get P30,000.

The local government unit (LGU) plans to start the distribution of the shelter aid within the week to enable the families to start doing repair works in their houses.

Meanwhile, DSWD will distribute the shelter assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries .

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman and Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery Secretary Panfilo Lacson will distribute the aid tomorrow, Novermber 25.

A total of 1,003 Pantawid Pamilya families will receive assistance, in a distribution that will done by batch.

Sec. Soliman said that this arrangement will expedite the distribution of the assistance and to lessen the burden of the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) in liquidating the funds.

The CSWDO and the LGU still have unliquidated funds of P5.4 million, as of October 30, 2012, for Supplementary Feeding Program and P34.4 million, as of May 30,2014, for Cash-for-Work.

“We hope the liquidation on the outstanding funds can be done as soon as possible so we already transfer the rest of the funds for ESA,” Sec. Soliman said.

Sec. Soliman shared that DSWD used the database of Pantawid Pamilya as basis for the identification of beneficiaries of the shelter assistance.

“We know that Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries are the most vulnerable and are most likely to have been rendered homeless. So, we started with the list of Pantawid Pamilya and distributed to them the Disaster Family Access Card, which details the assistance that have already been provided to them,” Sec. Soliman explained.

This same mechanism was used by the LGU of Tanauan where easier and faster delivery of the shelter assistance was noted.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) also used the Pantawid Pamilya database to identify the beneficiaries for their Unconditional Cash Transfer Program. They have given out P51.05 million and P262.434 million, respectively, as top-off to the regular cash grants of the Pantawid Pamilya.

“This shows that the social protection programs, systems and infrastructures the Department has, like the Pantawid Pamilya and the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) can also be used for interventions during disasters. In fact, these expedite our response, as we do not have to start from scratch,” she highlighted. ###

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DSWD downloads shelter funds to Tacloban LGU, preps for distribution of housing aid to Pantawid beneficiaries

 DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera and Regional Director Nestor Ramos engage in light conversation with Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez during the turn over of ESA check.

DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera and Regional Director Nestor Ramos engage in light conversation with Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez during the turn over of ESA check.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has turned over today P315.54 million to the local government of Tacloban City for the implementation of Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) for 31,554 family-survivors of Typhoon Yolanda who are not Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries and whose houses were damaged by the disaster.

The simple ceremony was attended by Mayor Alfred Romualdez, DSWD Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera and DSWD-Field Office VIII Regional Director Nestor Ramos

Families with partially damaged houses will get P10,000 while those with totally damaged houses will get P30,000.

The local government unit (LGU) plans to start the distribution of the shelter aid within the week to enable the families to start doing repair works in their houses.

Meanwhile, DSWD will distribute the shelter assistance to Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries .

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman and Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery Secretary Panfilo Lacson will distribute the aid tomorrow, Novermber 25.

A total of 1,003 Pantawid Pamilya families will receive assistance, in a distribution that will done by batch.

Sec. Soliman said that this arrangement will expedite the distribution of the assistance and to lessen the burden of the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) in liquidating the funds.

The CSWDO and the LGU still have unliquidated funds of P5.4 million, as of October 30, 2012, for Supplementary Feeding Program and P34.4 million, as of May 30,2014, for Cash-for-Work.

“We hope the liquidation on the outstanding funds can be done as soon as possible so we already transfer the rest of the funds for ESA,” Sec. Soliman said.

Sec. Soliman shared that DSWD used the database of Pantawid Pamilya as basis for the identification of beneficiaries of the shelter assistance.

“We know that Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries are the most vulnerable and are most likely to have been rendered homeless. So, we started with the list of Pantawid Pamilya and distributed to them the Disaster Family Access Card, which details the assistance that have already been provided to them,” Sec. Soliman explained.

This same mechanism was used by the LGU of Tanauan where easier and faster delivery of the shelter assistance was noted.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) also used the Pantawid Pamilya database to identify the beneficiaries for their Unconditional Cash Transfer Program. They have given out P51.05 million and P262.434 million, respectively, as top-off to the regular cash grants of the Pantawid Pamilya.

“This shows that the social protection programs, systems and infrastructures the Department has, like the Pantawid Pamilya and the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) can also be used for interventions during disasters. In fact, these expedite our response, as we do not have to start from scratch,” she highlighted. ###

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300 families in Iloilo town get aid for house repair

Ajuy, Iloilo – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  recently released P9 million to 300 family-survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in this town for the repair of their houses.

Each family whose house was totally damaged by the typhoon received P30,000 under the Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA). Families with partially damaged houses will get P10,000 each.

The recipients were based on recommendation of the local government as they have not received any aid from other organizations for the repair of their houses.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman  commended the local government for its prompt submission of the required documents,  the reason why it was the first to receive the ESA.

DSWD requirements for payment of ESA include the validated list of those with totally and partially damaged houses duly signed by the mayor and the Local Social Welfare and Development Officer, certificates of eligibility, and photocopy of valid identification cards of each individual in the list.

Armina Buendia, 90, is one of those who received the shelter assistance.

Now living with her four grandchildren,  Lola Armina said that she will use the money to buy galvanized iron sheets and wood for the repair of their house. ###

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300 families in Iloilo town get aid for house repair

Lola Armina thanks DSWD-Field Office VI Director Evelyn Macapobre for the shelter assistance she received from DSWD.

Lola Armina thanks DSWD-Field Office VI Director Evelyn Macapobre for the shelter assistance she received from DSWD.

Ajuy, Iloilo – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)  recently released P9 million to 300 family-survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in this town for the repair of their houses.

Each family whose house was totally damaged by the typhoon received P30,000 under the Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA). Families with partially damaged houses will get P10,000 each.

The recipients were based on recommendation of the local government as they have not received any aid from other organizations for the repair of their houses.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman  commended the local government for its prompt submission of the required documents,  the reason why it was the first to receive the ESA.

DSWD requirements for payment of ESA include the validated list of those with totally and partially damaged houses duly signed by the mayor and the Local Social Welfare and Development Officer, certificates of eligibility, and photocopy of valid identification cards of each individual in the list.

Armina Buendia, 90, is one of those who received the shelter assistance.

Now living with her four grandchildren,  Lola Armina said that she will use the money to buy galvanized iron sheets and wood for the repair of their house. ###

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Sustainable livelihood, patuloy na isinusulong ng DSWD upang labanan ang kahirapan sa bansa

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Widow endures difficult task of raising a family, cites big help of CCT, livelihood aid

Elenita narrates her story how SLP changed her life.

Leonita narrates her story on how Pantawid Pamilya and SLP changed her life.

Widowed for nearly four years, Leonita Panoy, 51, a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from Payatas, Quezon City, was left to raise two children and grandchildren by herself.

She confessed, “Hindi naging madali (It was never easy).”

“Masasabi ko na bilang isang  solo parent ay may mga pagkakataon talagang mahirap at maramingpangangailangan pero ang Pantawid Pamilya ang naging katuwang ko para malampasan ang mga pagsubok na ito at pagandahin at pahalagahan ang pagiging magulang  (I can say that being a  solo parent is not an easy task. At times, it has been difficult and demanding, but through the help of Pantawid Pamilya, I have weathered the rough times and enhanced my role as a parent),”  Leonita shared in her testimonial in front of officials and staff of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Central Office, Batasan Hills, during the Department’s flag raising ceremony this week.

Even now that her children have their own respective families, Leonita still helps them especially Annabelle, her 29-year old eldest daughter, who has two children.

Annabelle’s children are under her custody, the reason that in 2008, Leonita and her family became beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya.

Leonita’s two grandchildren are currently grantees of Pantawid Pamilya.

“Sa lahat ng biyaya na natatanggap ng aking pamilyaang prioridad ko ngayon ay mapagtapos ko rin ang aking mga apoNagbibigay ito ng kahulugan at kapayapaan dahil alam ko na handa sila sa kanilang kinabukasan (With all the blessings received by my family, I prioritize my grandchildren’s education. It gives me a deeper sense of fulfillment and peace, knowing that they are prepared for their future),” Leonita continued.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human development program of DSWD that invests in the health and education of poor households, particularly of children 0-18 years old.

When Leonita’s husband was still alive, the family’s source of income came from her husband’s salary as a utility worker and their small buy-and-sell charcoal business. This though was barely enough to feed and send their grandchildren to school.

During lean seasons for their business, Leonita and her late husband tried very hard to look for other sources of income to meet the family’s needs.

Things changed for the better when they became Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

They were able to save money to expand their buy and sell business and also send their two grand children to school.

Livelihood assistance

In 2011, Leonita was overcome with grief upon learning that her husband was killed at work.

Dumating ang oras na umiwas talaga ako sa tao at nagkulong sa bahay dahil sa awa ko sa aking sarili at lungkot. Akala ko wala na akong pag-asa na makabangon (There came a time that I became withdrawn  and hopeless),”  Leonita sadly admitted.

The turning point in her life came when the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the DSWD was introduced in their barangay. She became one of the program partners.

SLP’s Self-Employment Assistance-Kaunlaran (SEA-K) program is a capability building program which aims to enhance the socio-economic skills of poor families through the organization of community-based associations for entrepreneurial development.

Leonita immediately formed a group with ten members named “Pagatas” or “Pag-asa ng Payatas”. She was respected by her peers so she was chosen to become the group’s leader.

Each of them was given P8,000 capital assistance to start their own business.

“Agad ko naisip ang pagtatahi kasi medyo may alam naman ako dito (I immediately thought of sewing as my business because I’m good at it),” recalled Leonita.

She then used the capital assistance to buy a sewing machine and materials for her small business venture. After a year, she was able to repay the capital assistance.

Today, Leonita’s sewing business is thriving, enabling her to hire sewers in her dress shop. They make uniforms, jogging pants, ready-to-wear (RTW) dresses, and curtains, among other items.

Leonita even revived her buy-and-sell charcoal business since she was able to set aside some money.

Aside from fulfilling her family’s needs, Leonita also developed her leadership skills. She is actively involved in community activities.

“Higit sa materyal na biyaya na tinatamasa namin ngayon, ang aking ipinagmamalaki ay ang aking personal na pag-unlad. Hindi naging hadlang ang pagiging mag-isa ko para mabago ang sitwasyon ng pamilya ko. (More than the material blessings we are receiving now, my personal growth is what I am proud. My being a single parent did not deter me to change our deplorable condition),” Leonita said.

She still continues to think of her husband though, and how he would have been so happy about all these things.

“Ang palaging sinasabi sa akin ng aking mga anak, na kung buhay lang ang kanilang ama ay sigurado na ipagmamalaki niya ako dahil sila mismo ay ipinagmamalaki ako (My children always tell me that if their father is still alive, he would be proud of me because they themselves are proud of me).”   ###

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Widow endures difficult task of raising a family, cites big help of CCT, livelihood aid

Leonita narrates her story how Pantawid Pamilya and SLP changed her life.

Leonita narrates her story on how Pantawid Pamilya and SLP changed her life.

Widowed for nearly four years, Leonita Panoy, 51, a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from Payatas, Quezon City, was left to raise two children and grandchildren by herself.

She confessed, “Hindi naging madali (It was never easy).”

“Masasabi ko na bilang isang  solo parent ay may mga pagkakataon talagang mahirap at maramingpangangailangan pero ang Pantawid Pamilya ang naging katuwang ko para malampasan ang mga pagsubok na ito at pagandahin at pahalagahan ang pagiging magulang  (I can say that being a  solo parent is not an easy task. At times, it has been difficult and demanding, but through the help of Pantawid Pamilya, I have weathered the rough times and enhanced my role as a parent),”  Leonita shared in her testimonial in front of officials and staff of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Central Office, Batasan Hills, during the Department’s flag raising ceremony this week.

Even now that her children have their own respective families, Leonita still helps them especially Annabelle, her 29-year old eldest daughter, who has two children.

Annabelle’s children are under her custody, the reason that in 2008, Leonita and her family became beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya.

Leonita’s two grandchildren are currently grantees of Pantawid Pamilya.

“Sa lahat ng biyaya na natatanggap ng aking pamilyaang prioridad ko ngayon ay mapagtapos ko rin ang aking mga apoNagbibigay ito ng kahulugan at kapayapaan dahil alam ko na handa sila sa kanilang kinabukasan (With all the blessings received by my family, I prioritize my grandchildren’s education. It gives me a deeper sense of fulfillment and peace, knowing that they are prepared for their future),” Leonita continued.

Pantawid Pamilya is a human development program of DSWD that invests in the health and education of poor households, particularly of children 0-18 years old.

When Leonita’s husband was still alive, the family’s source of income came from her husband’s salary as a utility worker and their small buy-and-sell charcoal business. This though was barely enough to feed and send their grandchildren to school.

During lean seasons for their business, Leonita and her late husband tried very hard to look for other sources of income to meet the family’s needs.

Things changed for the better when they became Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

They were able to save money to expand their buy and sell business and also send their two grand children to school.

Livelihood assistance

In 2011, Leonita was overcome with grief upon learning that her husband was killed at work.

Dumating ang oras na umiwas talaga ako sa tao at nagkulong sa bahay dahil sa awa ko sa aking sarili at lungkot. Akala ko wala na akong pag-asa na makabangon (There came a time that I became withdrawn  and hopeless),”  Leonita sadly admitted.

The turning point in her life came when the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the DSWD was introduced in their barangay. She became one of the program partners.

SLP’s Self-Employment Assistance-Kaunlaran (SEA-K) program is a capability building program which aims to enhance the socio-economic skills of poor families through the organization of community-based associations for entrepreneurial development.

Leonita immediately formed a group with ten members named “Pagatas” or “Pag-asa ng Payatas”. She was respected by her peers so she was chosen to become the group’s leader.

Each of them was given P8,000 capital assistance to start their own business.

“Agad ko naisip ang pagtatahi kasi medyo may alam naman ako dito (I immediately thought of sewing as my business because I’m good at it),” recalled Leonita.

She then used the capital assistance to buy a sewing machine and materials for her small business venture. After a year, she was able to repay the capital assistance.

Today, Leonita’s sewing business is thriving, enabling her to hire sewers in her dress shop. They make uniforms, jogging pants, ready-to-wear (RTW) dresses, and curtains, among other items.

Leonita even revived her buy-and-sell charcoal business since she was able to set aside some money.

Aside from fulfilling her family’s needs, Leonita also developed her leadership skills. She is actively involved in community activities.

“Higit sa materyal na biyaya na tinatamasa namin ngayon, ang aking ipinagmamalaki ay ang aking personal na pag-unlad. Hindi naging hadlang ang pagiging mag-isa ko para mabago ang sitwasyon ng pamilya ko. (More than the material blessings we are receiving now, my personal growth is what I am proud. My being a single parent did not deter me to change our deplorable condition),” Leonita said.

She still continues to think of her husband though, and how he would have been so happy about all these things.

“Ang palaging sinasabi sa akin ng aking mga anak, na kung buhay lang ang kanilang ama ay sigurado na ipagmamalaki niya ako dahil sila mismo ay ipinagmamalaki ako (My children always tell me that if their father is still alive, he would be proud of me because they themselves are proud of me).”   ###

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