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UNICEF’s unconditional cash grants to benefit Pantawid Pamilya families in E. Visayas

MANILA, 30 July 2014—The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), through the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), will extend financial assistance to beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in Eastern Samar who were worst affected by super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.

UNICEF’s Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) program will benefit 5,801 4Ps households in Eastern Samar, namely the municipalities of Guiuan, Hernani, Mercedes, Balangkayan and Salcedo. The identified beneficiaries come from vulnerable households who are unable to meet their food and essential non-food needs.

Through a Memorandum of Agreement signed by UNICEF and DSWD, each household beneficiary will receive P4,400 monthly, on top of the regular cash grant provided by the 4Ps. The cash distribution will run concurrently with 4Ps pay-outs. The additional cash grant will cover six months starting July until December 2014.

The UNICEF-DSWD partnership expands from the 10,000 households currently supported by UNICEF’s UCT programme in Leyte. Implemented with UNICEF partner, Action Contre La Faim (ACF), it provides a similar cash grant over six months.

“The unconditional transfer of cash to carefully selected families allows them to take a step back from the decisions they have to make after Haiyan/Yolanda, given their loss of property, savings and livelihoods, said Lotta Sylwander, UNICEF Philippines Representative.

The UCT programme in Leyte shows that with very low household incomes, half of the transfers are being spent on food, while the rest are spent on shelter, health care, education and savings.

“These efforts complement the recovery efforts of the 4Ps toward improving the country’s human capital by keeping poor children in school, and giving them medical assistance, while extending immediate financial support to their families,” Sylwander said.

“Eight months after Haiyan/Yolanda, we continue to receive support from our partners whose mandate involves empowering children and families. We are grateful to UNICEF for extending assistance to 4Ps beneficiaries in selected areas in Eastern Samar. With our strong partnership with UNICEF, we can significantly contribute to positive changes in the lives of our beneficiaries,” said DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman.

Through the UCT program, UNICEF supports the 4Ps in its current recovery phase activities and remains committed in its work to advance the welfare of children.

“Through our collaboration with DSWD, we demonstrate our commitment to reach more children and families in the most direct way possible, including advancing their rights to determine and fulfill their immediate recovery needs,” said Lotta Sylwander, UNICEF Philippines Representative.

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Aussie officials admire DSWD beneficiaries’ efficient use of funds

Sibagat, Agusan del Sur -  Australian officials expressed their admiration to the beneficiaries of Kapitbisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services-National Community Driven Development Project (KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP) for their judicious use of project funds.

This came after the foreign officials visited earlier this month the KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP project  site in this town and interacted with the beneficiaries.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP is the national expansion of Kalahi-CIDSS, which started in 2003 as the flagship poverty alleviation program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

It enables poor and vulnerable communities to identify their own needs to address their common problems. These include local infrastructures such as water system, roads, bridges, health stations, and school buildings, among others

The visiting officials were Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Assistant (DFAT) Secretary for Southeast Asia Maritime Division Allaster Cox, Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Bill Tweddell, Philippine-Australia Community Assistant Program (PACAP) Counselor Geoff King, and Governance Adviser Paul Hutchcroft.

In CARAGA Region,  about 68 community projects comprising of 18 day care centers and 50 school buildings with 91 classrooms worth P88.4 million were partly funded by the Australian Government shelling out P72.74 million.

Amb. Tweddell said that through the visit, the officials will learn more about Australia’s assistance to the development of the country, specifically to the recipient barangays in the province.

“We want to personally look at the completed classrooms and interact with the community beneficiaries,” he added.

El Rio site visit

Accompanied by DSWD-Field Office CARAGA Director Minda Brigoli, the visiting group proceeded to Barangay El Rio.

Community volunteers here showcased a completed school building with two classrooms and other facilities. This project was funded by a grant from the Australian Aid for Development (AusAid), now DFAT.

Amb. Twedell expressed admiration with the improvements in the barangay.

“I am really impressed with the completed classrooms. The grant was apparently judiciously managed by the community volunteers,”  Amb. Twedell said.

Mayor Thelma Lamanilao also expressed gratitude to the Australian Government for entrusting and giving the grant to the municipality.

“The school building project is indeed the basic social service greatly needed by the residents of El Rio as this will provide an avenue of learning for their children,” said Mayor Lamanilao.

Community volunteer Dolores Padin assured the Australian officials that the community has already organized groups which shall be responsible for maintaining the project.

She said that parents have agreed that they will require a collection of P2 per household which will be used for minor repairs of the school building.

Dir. Brigoli also added that the site visit of the development partners affirms the thrust towards convergence as the beneficiaries of the school building are also grantees of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) or Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Seeing the success of Australian funded projects, the Australian Government has provided another AU$12 million to the country for the construction of  day care centers and school buildings through the KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP using the community-driven development approach. ###

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Aussie officials admire DSWD beneficiaries’ efficient use of funds

Australian officials interact with children during their visit to one of the classrooms constructed using Australian grants.

Australian officials interact with children during their visit to one of the classrooms constructed using Australian grants.

Sibagat, Agusan del Sur -  Australian officials expressed their admiration to the beneficiaries of Kapitbisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services-National Community Driven Development Project (KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP) for their judicious use of project funds.

This came after the foreign officials visited earlier this month the KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP project  site in this town and interacted with the beneficiaries.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP is the national expansion of Kalahi-CIDSS, which started in 2003 as the flagship poverty alleviation program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

It enables poor and vulnerable communities to identify their own needs to address their common problems. These include local infrastructures such as water system, roads, bridges, health stations, and school buildings, among others

The visiting officials were Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Assistant (DFAT) Secretary for Southeast Asia Maritime Division Allaster Cox, Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Bill Tweddell, Philippine-Australia Community Assistant Program (PACAP) Counselor Geoff King, and Governance Adviser Paul Hutchcroft.

In CARAGA Region,  about 68 community projects comprising of 18 day care centers and 50 school buildings with 91 classrooms worth P88.4 million were partly funded by the Australian Government shelling out P72.74 million.

Amb. Tweddell said that through the visit, the officials will learn more about Australia’s assistance to the development of the country, specifically to the recipient barangays in the province.

“We want to personally look at the completed classrooms and interact with the community beneficiaries,” he added.

El Rio site visit

Accompanied by DSWD-Field Office CARAGA Director Minda Brigoli, the visiting group proceeded to Barangay El Rio.

Community volunteers here showcased a completed school building with two classrooms and other facilities. This project was funded by a grant from the Australian Aid for Development (AusAid), now DFAT.

Amb. Twedell expressed admiration with the improvements in the barangay.

“I am really impressed with the completed classrooms. The grant was apparently judiciously managed by the community volunteers,”  Amb. Twedell said.

Mayor Thelma Lamanilao also expressed gratitude to the Australian Government for entrusting and giving the grant to the municipality.

“The school building project is indeed the basic social service greatly needed by the residents of El Rio as this will provide an avenue of learning for their children,” said Mayor Lamanilao.

Community volunteer Dolores Padin assured the Australian officials that the community has already organized groups which shall be responsible for maintaining the project.

She said that parents have agreed that they will require a collection of P2 per household which will be used for minor repairs of the school building.

Dir. Brigoli also added that the site visit of the development partners affirms the thrust towards convergence as the beneficiaries of the school building are also grantees of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) or Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Seeing the success of Australian funded projects, the Australian Government has provided another AU$12 million to the country for the construction of  day care centers and school buildings through the KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP using the community-driven development approach. ###

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From a ‘simple mother’ to an empowered woman

Quezon City -  “Ako noon ay isang simpleng ina lamang, na hindi alam kung paano ko matutulungan ang aking asawa upang maitaguyod ang mag pangangailangan ng aming pamilya. Ngunit salamat sa programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino, marami akong natutunan na mga bagay na ngayon ay nagagamit ko para sa pag-unlad ng aming buhay (I was a simple mother before who does not know how to help my husband take care of our family’s needs. But thanks to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, I have learned a lot of things, which I can now use to improve our lives).”

This was the gist of Milagros Dizon’s testimony during the flag raising ceremony held this morning at the Central Office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) at Batasan Hills

Aling Mila, is a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya since 2008. She is married to Matt Dizon, with whom she has five children, aged 5-11.

Aling Mila’s family is one of the  4,090,667 beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya in the country, as of June 25.

In front of DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, other officials, and employees, Aling Mila shared her life story, most notable in which is her transformation from ‘a simple mother’ to an empowered woman.

“Noon ay parati kong inaaway ang aking asawa kapag wala nang makain at wala nang pambaon sa eskwela ang mga bata. Hinahati-hatiko ang kanyang sweldo pero hindi talaga magkasya dahil maliit lang naman ang kanyang kinikita para matustusan  ang lahat ng aming mga pangangailangan (I was always nagging my husband then, especially when there is no longer food and the children have no snacks to bring to school. I allocate his salary, but it is really not enough because his wages are just small to cover all our family’s needs),” Aling Mila related.

She narrated that their lives entirely changed for the better when she became a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary, and was chosen as a parent- leader by her fellow beneficiaries.

“Marami akong natutunan at naging kaibigan. Noon ay  hindi man lang ako lumalabas ng bahay. Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya ay naranasan kong maka-attend ng mga training at mga Family Development Sessions (FDS), na nakapagdagdag ng aking mgakaalaman (I have learned a lot and had many friends. If before, I do not even get out of the house, because of Pantawid Pamilya, I have experienced attending trainings and FDS which added to my knowledge),” she added.

Ensuring that the cash grants she receives go to the education and health needs of her children, Aling Mila added that they now have school  supplies, such as bags, shoes, and uniforms.

She also buys them vitamins, and happily shared that, “Hindi na sila madalas nagkakasakit (They do not get sick often).”

The best part was when she was also chosen as a beneficiary of the Self-Employment Assistance-Kaunlaran (SEA-K) of the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

She used the capital provided by SLP to expand her home-based business selling native delicacies and dressed chicken to her neighbors.

Aling Mila also joined the SEA-K Association (SKA) in their barangay composed of 15 women. Again, she was chosen as the leader, and although she kept saying “hindi ko kaya (I can’t do it),” she was able to perform the tasks accompanying her position as President which included registering their SKA to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to ensuring that they were able to pay on time the P94,000 loaned to them as capital.

Such was her dedication and enthusiasm that their association paid their loan even before the one year time period for repayment was over.

According to Sec. Soliman, Aling Mila is a living testimony of how the poverty reduction programs implemented by DSWD. It has empowered her to become a contributor to the family income, entrepreneur, productive citizen, and an active community leader.

“Isa si Aling Mila sa mga maituturing na pioneers ng Pantawid Pamilya  at ang kwento niya ng pagbabago ay patunay na  talagang nakakatulong sa pag-angat ng kabuhayan ng mga benipisyaryo ang mga programang pinatutupad ng pamahalaan (Aling Mila can be considered as one of the  pioneers of Pantawid Pamilya and her story of change is proof that the programs implemented by the government really helps uplift the lives of beneficiaries),” Sec. Soliman said.  ###

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From a ‘simple mother’ to an empowered woman

Mrs. Milagros Dizon, a Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiary from  Barangay Commonwealth, Quezon City, shares her story of transformation from a ‘simple mother’ to an empowered woman, while DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, listens intently.

Mrs. Milagros Dizon, a Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiary from Barangay Commonwealth, Quezon City, shares her story of transformation from a ‘simple mother’ to an empowered woman, while DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, listens intently.

Quezon City -  “Ako noon ay isang simpleng ina lamang, na hindi alam kung paano ko matutulungan ang aking asawa upang maitaguyod ang mag pangangailangan ng aming pamilya. Ngunit salamat sa programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino, marami akong natutunan na mga bagay na ngayon ay nagagamit ko para sa pag-unlad ng aming buhay (I was a simple mother before who does not know how to help my husband take care of our family’s needs. But thanks to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, I have learned a lot of things, which I can now use to improve our lives).”

This was the gist of Milagros Dizon’s testimony during the flag raising ceremony held this morning at the Central Office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) at Batasan Hills

Aling Mila, is a beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilya since 2008. She is married to Matt Dizon, with whom she has five children, aged 5-11.

Aling Mila’s family is one of the  4,090,667 beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya in the country, as of June 25.

In front of DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, other officials, and employees, Aling Mila shared her life story, most notable in which is her transformation from ‘a simple mother’ to an empowered woman.

“Noon ay parati kong inaaway ang aking asawa kapag wala nang makain at wala nang pambaon sa eskwela ang mga bata. Hinahati-hatiko ang kanyang sweldo pero hindi talaga magkasya dahil maliit lang naman ang kanyang kinikita para matustusan  ang lahat ng aming mga pangangailangan (I was always nagging my husband then, especially when there is no longer food and the children have no snacks to bring to school. I allocate his salary, but it is really not enough because his wages are just small to cover all our family’s needs),” Aling Mila related.

She narrated that their lives entirely changed for the better when she became a Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary, and was chosen as a parent- leader by her fellow beneficiaries.

“Marami akong natutunan at naging kaibigan. Noon ay  hindi man lang ako lumalabas ng bahay. Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya ay naranasan kong maka-attend ng mga training at mga Family Development Sessions (FDS), na nakapagdagdag ng aking mgakaalaman (I have learned a lot and had many friends. If before, I do not even get out of the house, because of Pantawid Pamilya, I have experienced attending trainings and FDS which added to my knowledge),” she added.

Ensuring that the cash grants she receives go to the education and health needs of her children, Aling Mila added that they now have school  supplies, such as bags, shoes, and uniforms.

She also buys them vitamins, and happily shared that, “Hindi na sila madalas nagkakasakit (They do not get sick often).”

The best part was when she was also chosen as a beneficiary of the Self-Employment Assistance-Kaunlaran (SEA-K) of the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

She used the capital provided by SLP to expand her home-based business selling native delicacies and dressed chicken to her neighbors.

Aling Mila also joined the SEA-K Association (SKA) in their barangay composed of 15 women. Again, she was chosen as the leader, and although she kept saying “hindi ko kaya (I can’t do it),” she was able to perform the tasks accompanying her position as President which included registering their SKA to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to ensuring that they were able to pay on time the P94,000 loaned to them as capital.

Such was her dedication and enthusiasm that their association paid their loan even before the one year time period for repayment was over.

According to Sec. Soliman, Aling Mila is a living testimony of how the poverty reduction programs implemented by DSWD. It has empowered her to become a contributor to the family income, entrepreneur, productive citizen, and an active community leader.

“Isa si Aling Mila sa mga maituturing na pioneers ng Pantawid Pamilya  at ang kwento niya ng pagbabago ay patunay na  talagang nakakatulong sa pag-angat ng kabuhayan ng mga benipisyaryo ang mga programang pinatutupad ng pamahalaan (Aling Mila can be considered as one of the  pioneers of Pantawid Pamilya and her story of change is proof that the programs implemented by the government really helps uplift the lives of beneficiaries),” Sec. Soliman said.  ###

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Almost 100 beneficiaries from Pasay receive safer homes

Pasay City – After many years of living dangerously along the Tripa de Gallina creek in this city, Gildo Cajuntoy and his family will now have their own home, safe from floods and fires common in informal settlements.

The Cajuntoy Family is one of the 98 informal settler- families (ISFs) from Brgy. 156, Tripa de Gallina, Pasay  who was  awarded with a new  housing unit on Friday, July 25, through the government’s Oplan Lumikas para Iwas Kalamidad At Sakit (LIKAS) project.

The Cajuntoys and the other families were relocated to safer homes in Trece Martires, Cavite.

Oplan LIKAS, spearheaded by the Department of the Interior and Local Government Unit (DILG), resettles ISFs residing on top of or within the three-meter easement of a waterway.

The goal is to relocate families in danger and high risk zones to safe and humane housing close to their sources of livelihood and also to lessen flooding in Metro Manila.

Called “Voluntary Pre-Emptive Evacuation” by DILG, the project is supported by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Public Works and Highways ( DPWH), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Education (DepEd), National Housing Authority (NHA), Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC), and local government units (LGUs).

Brgy. 156, located along the 920-meter long Tripa de Gallina creek,  was identified by the LGU as one of the city’s 42 danger zones. The soil in the area was becoming loose and houses were starting to lean.

DENR was in charge of the demarcation of the area while DPWH, MMDA, and Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) dismantled the structures.

The Relocation Action Center was bustling with activity as the 98 ISFs lined up to get their documents evaluated. They received an entry pass from NHA and Resettlement and Development Services Department, food assistance from the LGU, a medical kit from DOH, the P18,000 Interim Shelter Fund from DSWD. Their biometrics were also processed by MMDA and DSWD.

Present in the event were DILG Secretary Manuel Roxas III, NHA General Manager Chito Cruz, DSWD Assistant Secretary Javier Jimenez,  Mayor Tony Calixto,  Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano, and barangay officials.

Mayor Calixto, Rep. Calixto-Rubiano, and Brgy 156 Chairman Serrano all expressed their gratitude for the project.

They emphasized that the participation of their constituents was crucial in making the project a success.

Rep. Calixto-Rubiano also mentioned that President Benigno S. Aquino expressed his concern for the safety of the residents of the city especially for those living along the city waterways who are always in danger during typhoons and storms.

Assec. Jimenez said that more than 1,000 families here have already received financial assistance from DSWD since the project began last year.

According to  Sec. Roxas, this was clear proof that the Aquino administration was fulfilling its promises.

“Sa ilalim ng pamahalaan ni Pangulong Aquino, maari nang muling mangarap. Ngayong gabi, halos 100 pamilya ang makakatulog nang mahimbing, malayo sa kapahamakan  (Under the administration of President Aquino, it is now possible to dream. Tonight, almost 100 families will be able to sleep soundly, far from danger),” Sec. Roxas said.

Headed by Sec. Roxas, the officials then proceeded to inspect the voluntary dismantling of houses by the ISFs.

Afterwards, the families bid goodbye as they travelled in vans to Cavite, carrying their belongings to a new way of life.

Cajuntoy said that after so many years of suffering in their homes – always fearful of fires, storms, and floods – they would now get to live in a place they can call their own.

“Ngayon, mayroon na kaming minimithing tirahan. May maipapamana na po kami sa aming mga anak (We now own our dream house. Finally, we have something to pass down to our children),” Cajuntoy stated. ###

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Almost 100 beneficiaries from Pasay receive safer homes

Pasay City – After many years of living dangerously along the Tripa de Gallina creek in this city, Gildo Cajuntoy and his family will now have their own home, safe from floods and fires common in informal settlements.

The Cajuntoy Family is one of the 98 informal settler- families (ISFs) from Brgy. 156, Tripa de Gallina, Pasay  who was  awarded with a new  housing unit on Friday, July 25, through the government’s Oplan Lumikas para Iwas Kalamidad At Sakit (LIKAS) project.

The Cajuntoys and the other families were relocated to safer homes in Trece Martires, Cavite.

A GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP. DILG Secretary Manuel Roxas III and Pasay Mayor Tony Calixto (2nd from right) with Gildo Cajuntoy (left), one of the beneficiaries of Oplan LIKAS.

A GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP. DILG Secretary Manuel Roxas III and Pasay Mayor Tony Calixto (2nd from right) with Gildo Cajuntoy (left), one of the beneficiaries of Oplan LIKAS.

Oplan LIKAS, spearheaded by the Department of the Interior and Local Government Unit (DILG), resettles ISFs residing on top of or within the three-meter easement of a waterway.

The goal is to relocate families in danger and high risk zones to safe and humane housing close to their sources of livelihood and also to lessen flooding in Metro Manila.

Called “Voluntary Pre-Emptive Evacuation” by DILG, the project is supported by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Public Works and Highways ( DPWH), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Education (DepEd), National Housing Authority (NHA), Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC), and local government units (LGUs).

Brgy. 156, located along the 920-meter long Tripa de Gallina creek,  was identified by the LGU as one of the city’s 42 danger zones. The soil in the area was becoming loose and houses were starting to lean.

DENR was in charge of the demarcation of the area while DPWH, MMDA, and Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) dismantled the structures.

The Relocation Action Center was bustling with activity as the 98 ISFs lined up to get their documents evaluated. They received an entry pass from NHA and Resettlement and Development Services Department, food assistance from the LGU, a medical kit from DOH, the P18,000 Interim Shelter Fund from DSWD. Their biometrics were also processed by MMDA and DSWD.

PREPARATIONS. Families line up to get their documents processed at the Relocation Action Center, right before they travel in vans to Cavite.

PREPARATIONS. Families line up to get their documents processed at the Relocation Action Center, right before they travel in vans to Cavite.

Present in the event were DILG Secretary Manuel Roxas III, NHA General Manager Chito Cruz, DSWD Assistant Secretary Javier Jimenez,  Mayor Tony Calixto,  Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano, and barangay officials.

Mayor Calixto, Rep. Calixto-Rubiano, and Brgy 156 Chairman Serrano all expressed their gratitude for the project.

They emphasized that the participation of their constituents was crucial in making the project a success.

Rep. Calixto-Rubiano also mentioned that President Benigno S. Aquino expressed his concern for the safety of the residents of the city especially for those living along the city waterways who are always in danger during typhoons and storms.

Assec. Jimenez said that more than 1,000 families here have already received financial assistance from DSWD since the project began last year.

According to  Sec. Roxas, this was clear proof that the Aquino administration was fulfilling its promises.

“Sa ilalim ng pamahalaan ni Pangulong Aquino, maari nang muling mangarap. Ngayong gabi, halos 100 pamilya ang makakatulog nang mahimbing, malayo sa kapahamakan  (Under the administration of President Aquino, it is now possible to dream. Tonight, almost 100 families will be able to sleep soundly, far from danger),” Sec. Roxas said.

Headed by Sec. Roxas, the officials then proceeded to inspect the voluntary dismantling of houses by the ISFs.

Afterwards, the families bid goodbye as they travelled in vans to Cavite, carrying their belongings to a new way of life.

Cajuntoy said that after so many years of suffering in their homes – always fearful of fires, storms, and floods – they would now get to live in a place they can call their own.

“Ngayon, mayroon na kaming minimithing tirahan. May maipapamana na po kami sa aming mga anak (We now own our dream house. Finally, we have something to pass down to our children),” Cajuntoy stated. ###

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