Sec. Soliman: Don’t pit me against Sen. Santiago

Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman today appealed to the public in general and the media in particular not to pit her against Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago.

This developed after the approval of the appointment of Sec. Soliman was voted by the Commission on Appointments (CA) Committee on Labor and Employment and Social Welfare chaired by Rep. Conrado Estrella III.

Sec. Soliman will face the plenary on Wednesday, June 11.

It can be recalled that Sen. Santiago has been against the confirmation of Sec. Soliman for four years now.

Congressman Estrella III explained that Sen. Santiago can no longer invoke Section 20 of the commission’s rules to block Sec. Soliman’s confirmation since it would be the last CA session on Wednesday before the annual adjournment of Congress.

As soon as she was confirmed at the committee level, Sec. Soliman was asked to comment about the reaction of Sen. Santiago.

“I have nothing ill to say about Sen. Santiago. I respect and recognize her right to perform her fiscalizing role,” she said.

Sec. Soliman added, “The check and balance in our democracy is strengthened because of her diligence. Her independence of mind and determination to seek truth is appreciated by many including myself.”

She said that the confirmation of her appointment will give a sense of legitimacy to her work.

“I appeal to everyone to end the issue and to just let the process takes its course,” Sec. Soliman ended. ###

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Statement of Sec. Corazon “Dinky” Juliano-Soliman

With my recent recommendation for confirmation to the Senate plenary of the Commission on Appointments, I have been continuously asked, especially during media interviews, what I think of Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago’s reaction towards my endorsement and have been, I feel, relentlessly prodded to say something adverse towards the Senator.

I have nothing ill to say about Sen. Santiago. I respect and recognize her right to perform her fiscalizing role.

Hence, I appeal to the public in general and the media in particular, please do not pit Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago and me against each other.

The check and balance in our democracy is strengthened because of her diligence. Her independence of mind and determination to seek truth are appreciated by many including myself.

I continue to pray for her good health. ###

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Pantawid Pamilya inspires violence-free communities

We are no stranger to horrible accounts of violence committed against women and children. Heart- breaking narratives of wives being beaten to death by their jealous husbands and children raped by the people who should be protecting them are sometimes trivialized as nothing extraordinary but a matter of the family.

Violence against women and children (VAWC) happens every day and across culture.  There is a wide spectrum of gender-based violence wherein women and girls are vulnerable to. These include trafficking, physical and sexual abuses, economic deprivation, and even psychological battering.

Studies tend to show that there is a nexus between poverty and the occurrence of VAWC. Whether one is a function of the other is yet to be established by more in-depth studies.

Riza C. Torrado, the Chief of the Gender and Development Unit of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, the country’s conditional cash transfer program,  highlighted that the rising incidence of VAWC poses a serious challenge to genuine development.

“Often we only look at the macro-level hindrances like unemployment and illiteracy when we look for reasons why families are poor. We do not see the meso-level variables happening inside the household, like power relations,” Torrado explained.

“Kapag nabubugbog ang asawang babae, nadi-disrupt ang regular na daloy ng buhay pamilya kasi sa halip na nandoon siyang nagtatrabaho sa loob o labas ng bahay, nasa hospital na siyang baldado  (Family life is disrupted when the wife is beaten because she stays in the hospital instead of managing her household or working outside),” she added.

Recognizing that VAWC can result to economic and social losses, Pantawid Pamilya, in partnership with PILIPINA, a non-government organization advocating women’s rights, conducted a series of Anti-VAWC forum in the municipalities of Sta. Maria, Isabela;  Coron, Palawan;  Pilar, Sorsogon; Legazpi City, Albay; Balete, Aklan; Carles, Iloilo; Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental; Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur; and, Kiblawan, Davao del Sur. These activities culminated in Coron with Rina Jimenez-David as the resource person.

Jimenez-David, who is the current chairperson of the PILIPINA, gave an orientation on Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence against Women and their Children Act and some practical tips on eliminating VAWC.

Conducting fora is one of the milestone activities of Pantawid Pamilya spearheaded by its Gender and Development Unit and funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB)-Technical Assistance Facility.

The fora seek to strengthen the gender impacts of the Philippine conditional cash transfer program.

The program’s parent-leaders and stakeholders from partner agencies coming from both the national and local governments attended these events.

One concrete output of these information sessions was the establishment of community-based Anti—VAWC Quick Response Teams in the municipalities of Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur, and Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental.

The local government units committed to strengthen the local mechanisms that would address the elimination of VAWC in these areas.

The parent leaders also affirmed their strong involvement in these newly established bodies believing that ending VAWC is their social duty.

The barangay officials from Coron gave the most resounding message.

“Now that we know that VAWC is a public crime and is punishable by law, we will not condone the culture of silence among families,” they vowed.

Estella Daculla, Barangay Chairwoman, said that local governments must create the secured space for women and children because as duty-bearers they should be at the forefront of the campaign to eliminate any kind of violence against these vulnerable sectors.

Pantawid Pamilya adopts Gender Mainstreaming as the major strategy in ensuring that women empowerment and gender equality are integrated in all components of the program. ###

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Pantawid Pamilya inspires violence-free communities

Celia Matea Flor of PILIPINA lectures on how to set up an anti-VAW Quick Response Team among parent-leaders from Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental.

Celia Matea Flor of PILIPINA lectures on how to set up an anti-VAW Quick Response Team among parent-leaders from Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental.

We are no stranger to horrible accounts of violence committed against women and children. Heart- breaking narratives of wives being beaten to death by their jealous husbands and children raped by the people who should be protecting them are sometimes trivialized as nothing extraordinary but a matter of the family.

Violence against women and children (VAWC) happens every day and across culture.  There is a wide spectrum of gender-based violence wherein women and girls are vulnerable to. These include trafficking, physical and sexual abuses, economic deprivation, and even psychological battering.

Studies tend to show that there is a nexus between poverty and the occurrence of VAWC. Whether one is a function of the other is yet to be established by more in-depth studies.

Riza C. Torrado, the Chief of the Gender and Development Unit of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, the country’s conditional cash transfer program,  highlighted that the rising incidence of VAWC poses a serious challenge to genuine development.

“Often we only look at the macro-level hindrances like unemployment and illiteracy when we look for reasons why families are poor. We do not see the meso-level variables happening inside the household, like power relations,” Torrado explained.

“Kapag nabubugbog ang asawang babae, nadi-disrupt ang regular na daloy ng buhay pamilya kasi sa halip na nandoon siyang nagtatrabaho sa loob o labas ng bahay, nasa hospital na siyang baldado  (Family life is disrupted when the wife is beaten because she stays in the hospital instead of managing her household or working outside),” she added.

Recognizing that VAWC can result to economic and social losses, Pantawid Pamilya, in partnership with PILIPINA, a non-government organization advocating women’s rights, conducted a series of Anti-VAWC forum in the municipalities of Sta. Maria, Isabela;  Coron, Palawan;  Pilar, Sorsogon; Legazpi City, Albay; Balete, Aklan; Carles, Iloilo; Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental; Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur; and, Kiblawan, Davao del Sur. These activities culminated in Coron with Rina Jimenez-David as the resource person.

Jimenez-David, who is the current chairperson of the PILIPINA, gave an orientation on Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence against Women and their Children Act and some practical tips on eliminating VAWC.

Conducting fora is one of the milestone activities of Pantawid Pamilya spearheaded by its Gender and Development Unit and funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB)-Technical Assistance Facility.

The fora seek to strengthen the gender impacts of the Philippine conditional cash transfer program.

The program’s parent-leaders and stakeholders from partner agencies coming from both the national and local governments attended these events.

One concrete output of these information sessions was the establishment of community-based Anti—VAWC Quick Response Teams in the municipalities of Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur, and Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental.

The local government units committed to strengthen the local mechanisms that would address the elimination of VAWC in these areas.

The parent leaders also affirmed their strong involvement in these newly established bodies believing that ending VAWC is their social duty.

The barangay officials from Coron gave the most resounding message.

“Now that we know that VAWC is a public crime and is punishable by law, we will not condone the culture of silence among families,” they vowed.

Estella Daculla, Barangay Chairwoman, said that local governments must create the secured space for women and children because as duty-bearers they should be at the forefront of the campaign to eliminate any kind of violence against these vulnerable sectors.

Pantawid Pamilya adopts Gender Mainstreaming as the major strategy in ensuring that women empowerment and gender equality are integrated in all components of the program. ###

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Australian Embassy officials laud DSWD projects for poor families in Bicol

Australian Embassy officials led by Ambassador David Dutton were impressed by how the core programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) have helped poor families in the Bicol Region.

This is after the officials visited recently the projects being implemented through the partnership of DSWD and the Australian Government in  the towns of Pilar, Donsol, and Legazpi City.

These include those under the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi- CIDSS) and the  Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, two of DSWD’s core programs.

The visit provided a venue for the Australian officials to get direct information from the beneficiaries on how the programs are implemented at the community level.

Also, the team studied how these programs contribute to the personal growth and development of the beneficiaries.

“It has been a great visit. In particular, I have learned a lot on how these programs have helped communities. I came to understand the strategic policy on where the programs allocate the money. They really prioritized what the vulnerable people need such as education,” Ambassador Dutton said.

Through Kalahi-CIDSS, the poorest villages in the country are able to identify their primary needs and implement projects that respond to their problems.

The team interviewed the people who implemented the Kalahi-CIDSS’ sub-projects such as day care centers and school buildings.

Marites Trinanes, one of the Kalahi-CIDSS’ volunteers told the team, “Natupad ang pangarap naming magkaroon ng day care center sa tulong ng Kalahi-CIDSS atAustralian Government.  Maayos at maganda na ang day care center namin at mas marami nang natutunan ang mga bata dahil kumportable sila sa loob ng silid-aralan (Our dream came true to have a day care center through the help of Kalahi-CIDSS and Australian Government. The day care center is well-managed and our kids are learning a lot because they are comfortable inside their classroom).”

The visiting officials also observed the conduct of the Family Development Session (FDS) with the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya in Barangay Esperanza in Pilar and Barangay Pangpang in Donsol.

“I observed that the FDS is really a great help to the people since it helps the beneficiaries improve their familial and interpersonal relationships,” Dutton expressed.

The FDS is a monthly gathering of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries where they discuss topics on effective parenting, husband and wife relationships, child development, laws affecting the Filipino family, gender and development, and home management.

Pantawid Pamilya provides cash grants of as much as P1,400 to qualified households as long as they comply to program conditionalities of sending their children to school and to health centers for check up, and attend the FDS.

Beginning this school year,  Pantawid Pamilya includes 18-year-old children of beneficiaries to ensure that they finish high school.

To date, the Australian Government through the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) has already provided a grant of more than P45.3 million for the construction of 45 school buildings and day care centers in the region. These have benefited some 14,597 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman thanked the Australian Government for its help in improving the situation of poor communities.

“The support  of the Australian Government demonstrates  its sincerity  to help the vulnerable and disadvantaged. We assure you that this will reach the people who need it the most,” Sec. Soliman said.

Meanwhile, the local chief executives of the project sites assured the Australian Government that they will help in taking care of these community projects.

“In case we need to repair something in the long run, we will take care of it. We will allocate a budget in the barangay fund for repair as well as provide resource augmentation,” Pilar Mayor Dennis Reyes said.

The Australian Government has been supporting Kalahi-CIDSS and Pantawid Pamilya since these started in 2003 and 2008, respectively. ###

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Australian Embassy officials laud DSWD projects for poor families in Bicol

DSWD Region V Director Arnel Garcia explains a point to Australian Embassy officials as they sit in during a Family Development Session.

DSWD Region V Director Arnel Garcia explains a point to Australian Embassy officials as they sit in during a Family Development Session.

Australian Embassy officials led by Ambassador David Dutton were impressed by how the core programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) have helped poor families in the Bicol Region.

This is after the officials visited recently the projects being implemented through the partnership of DSWD and the Australian Government in  the towns of Pilar, Donsol, and Legazpi City.

These include those under the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi- CIDSS) and the  Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, two of DSWD’s core programs.

The visit provided a venue for the Australian officials to get direct information from the beneficiaries on how the programs are implemented at the community level.

Also, the team studied how these programs contribute to the personal growth and development of the beneficiaries.

“It has been a great visit. In particular, I have learned a lot on how these programs have helped communities. I came to understand the strategic policy on where the programs allocate the money. They really prioritized what the vulnerable people need such as education,” Ambassador Dutton said.

Through Kalahi-CIDSS, the poorest villages in the country are able to identify their primary needs and implement projects that respond to their problems.

The team interviewed the people who implemented the Kalahi-CIDSS’ sub-projects such as day care centers and school buildings.

Marites Trinanes, one of the Kalahi-CIDSS’ volunteers told the team, “Natupad ang pangarap naming magkaroon ng day care center sa tulong ng Kalahi-CIDSS atAustralian Government.  Maayos at maganda na ang day care center namin at mas marami nang natutunan ang mga bata dahil kumportable sila sa loob ng silid-aralan (Our dream came true to have a day care center through the help of Kalahi-CIDSS and Australian Government. The day care center is well-managed and our kids are learning a lot because they are comfortable inside their classroom).”

The visiting officials also observed the conduct of the Family Development Session (FDS) with the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilya in Barangay Esperanza in Pilar and Barangay Pangpang in Donsol.

“I observed that the FDS is really a great help to the people since it helps the beneficiaries improve their familial and interpersonal relationships,” Dutton expressed.

The FDS is a monthly gathering of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries where they discuss topics on effective parenting, husband and wife relationships, child development, laws affecting the Filipino family, gender and development, and home management.

Pantawid Pamilya provides cash grants of as much as P1,400 to qualified households as long as they comply to program conditionalities of sending their children to school and to health centers for check up, and attend the FDS.

Beginning this school year,  Pantawid Pamilya includes 18-year-old children of beneficiaries to ensure that they finish high school.

To date, the Australian Government through the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) has already provided a grant of more than P45.3 million for the construction of 45 school buildings and day care centers in the region. These have benefited some 14,597 Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries.

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman thanked the Australian Government for its help in improving the situation of poor communities.

“The support  of the Australian Government demonstrates  its sincerity  to help the vulnerable and disadvantaged. We assure you that this will reach the people who need it the most,” Sec. Soliman said.

Meanwhile, the local chief executives of the project sites assured the Australian Government that they will help in taking care of these community projects.

“In case we need to repair something in the long run, we will take care of it. We will allocate a budget in the barangay fund for repair as well as provide resource augmentation,” Pilar Mayor Dennis Reyes said.

The Australian Government has been supporting Kalahi-CIDSS and Pantawid Pamilya since these started in 2003 and 2008, respectively. ###

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