Pantawid Pamilya is effective, say impact evaluation results PDF Print
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Wednesday, 19 November 2014 06:13

Dr. Orbeta discusses the Pantawid Pamilya 2014 Impact Evaluation results at Oracle Hotel and Residences, Quezon City last November 17, 2014.
Philippine Institute for Development Studies senior researcher Dr. Aniceto Orbeta presented in a public forum the results of the 2014 impact evaluation of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Philippine Conditional Cash Transfer Program). The results confirm that the program is on track in achieving its objective of improving the health, nutrition, and education of its beneficiaries.

“The evaluation results show that Pantawid Pamilya is making progress as expected to convert public investments into desired societal results. By extending aid from womb to school, the program keeps children healthy and in school,” said Orbeta. The World Bank-funded evaluation is based on a nationally representative sample and covers Set 1 to Set 4 Pantawid Pamilya areas, which were introduced into the program between 2008 and 2011. The beneficiary households in the sample areas have been exposed to the program for two to four years at the time of data collection from October to December 2013. The sample includes 5,041 households from 30 municipalities in 26 provinces.
2014 Pantawid Pamilya Exemplary Child winner PDF Print
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Friday, 31 October 2014 03:03

(From left) Council for the Welfare of Children OIC-Executive Director Patricia Luna, Pantawid Pamilya National Program Manager Leo Reynoso, National Youth Commission Commisioner-at-large Dingdong Dantes and DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman award the plaque and cheque to Jemuel Steven Mago from Region IV-B for being the 2014 Exemplary Child. The awarding was conducted during the culmination of the National Children's Congress last Oct 25, 2014 at Sequoia Hotel, Quezon City.

Proposed 2015 monitoring and evaluation budget of CCT, only P429-M not P4.2-B PDF Print
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Thursday, 30 October 2014 06:07

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) clarified that the P4.2 billion which Senator Chiz Escudero was quoted to have said as the 2015 proposed budget for the monitoring and evaluation of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is actually the proposed overall incremental operating cost of the program for next year.


“The proposed budget for monitoring and evaluation of the program is only P429,298,000 and not P4.2 billion,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman explained.


Defying stereotypes: How Tanutan family inspires a community despite the absence of a father PDF Print
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Tuesday, 07 October 2014 08:30

The Tanutan family from Iloilo City bested 14 entries in the National Search for Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya 2014. Sec. Corazon Juliano-Soliman and DSWD FO VI Regional Information Officer May Castillo joined the family in the stage during the awarding ceremonies.


 To love and to forgive.


These are two things that people of Brgy. Velasco, Lemery, Iloilo learned from Tanutan family, this year’s winner of the National Search for the Huwarang Pantawid Pamilya. The family was able to rise above the challenges brought about by poverty with only one parent taking care of the entire household.

Pagpaparehistro upang makatapos ng high school ang inyong anak PDF Print
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Friday, 22 August 2014 06:07


Isa si Alvin sa mga batang benepisyaryo na nabigyan ng pagkakataon upang maipag-patuloy ang kanyang pag-aaral sa high school.Hindi maiwasang malungkot ni Alvin Serrano nang tumungtong siya ng 15 taon gulang. Naisip niya na hindi na siya magiging benepisyaryo ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. Bago kasi na-expand ang programa, hanggang 14 taong gulang na bata lang ang mga batang benepisyaryo. Nag-alala siya na baka hindi na siya makakapag-aral dahil sa hirap ng buhay.

“Naisip ko po na kapag nawala na ako sa programa, hindi na ako makatapos ng high school. Yung cash grant kasi ang ginagamit namin pambili ng mga gamit sa eskwela at sa projects,” kwento ni Alvin na nag-aaral sa Ramon Magsaysay High School sa Maynila.

Ngunit napawi ang lungkot ni Alvin nang ibalita ng kanyang nanay na si Carolina na na-expand na ang programa. Tumutulong na ito sa mga batang benepisyaryong hanggang 18 taong gulang upang  makatapos ng high school. Nakakatanggap si Alvin ng P500 kada-buwan para sa kanyang edukasyon.

Pantawid Pamilya Accomplishment Report for the 2nd Quarter of 2014 PDF Print
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Monday, 11 August 2014 03:30

Pantawid Pamilya Accomplishment Report for the 2nd Quarter of 2014 download here.
Balik-eskwela sa tulong ng DSWD at SGP-PA PDF Print
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Tuesday, 05 August 2014 05:15

Jocelyn Aligata ng Hinigaran, Negros Occidental, 23 taong gulang, isa sa 4,041 scholars na tinutulungan ng SGP-PA makatapos ng kolehiyo
Si Jocelyn Aligata ng Hinigaran, Negros Occidental, 23 taong gulang, ay nahinto ng limang taon sa pag-aaral. Hindi na matugunan ng kanyang mga magulang ang kanyang pag-aaral dahil kulang ang kinikita ng kanyang tatay para sa gastusin sa bahay. 

“Hirap po kami sa buhay kaya nahinto kami sa pag-aaral. Nagtrabaho nang maiigi ang tatay ko para hindi kami magutom,” sabi ni Jocelyn na namasukan bilang katulong upang kumita nang mahinto siya sa pag-aaral. Labing-walong taong gulang siya noon. 
Kapareho ng kapalaran ni Jocelyn si Gay Myrell Abrogena ng Pinili, Ilocos Norte. Nasa ikatlong taon na si Myrell sa kursong B.S. Education nang sabihin sa kanya ng kaniyang mga magulang na hindi na niya muna maipagpapatuloy ang kanyang pag-aaral. 
UNICEF’s unconditional cash grants to benefit Pantawid Pamilya families in E. Visayas PDF Print
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Monday, 04 August 2014 10:27


Mr. Charles Parks (center) from UNICEF, Asec Ted Romo and FO 8 Regional Director Nestor Ramos from DSWD led the ceremonial cash pay-out for the Emergency Unconditional Cash Transfer launch in Guiuan, Samar.



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.


From challenges to changes PDF Print
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Monday, 28 July 2014 07:15

To embrace it with optimism is what the 33-year-old Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiary Atiya Enting Jumdail always does whenever she faces a new challenge on her life.  She says that every challenge that comes her way brings a perfect opportunity to learn through change. To her, learning through challenges is a strategy that has long helped her through the countless trials that she  experienced ever since she and his husband started their lives together.

Atiya has been married for eighteen years to Timbasil Jumdail, a fisherman. With the meager income of P3,000 a month, the couple struggled to support even the studies of their six children. Atiya, however, carried the challenge devotedly and surpassed it together with her husband.
Timbasil Jumdail (in orange shirt) leads the community in preparing seedlings for the mangrove rehabilitation project in their community.


Toward 'better' families PDF Print
Written by Rina Jimenez-David, Phil. Daily Inquirer   
Monday, 16 June 2014 09:22

Subic- Leonie Nervida, 47, lives in a tiny, two-room apartment that lies at the end of a row of similarly small apartments in Barangay New Banicain in this city. She shares the single bedroom with her husband Francisco (“Nanie”) who, at 60, is 13 years older than she.

They have eight children (“I had three children when he met me,” Leonie says, “but he accepted them fully and treated them, like the ones we had together, as his own”), only the three youngest live with them at present, all still in school. Her fifth child, says Leonie, is now 15 and should be a freshman in high school but he has yet to return home after taking a vacation with an older sibling. “Pasaway” (hard-headed), she describes the boy, who apparently has no wish to go back to school.
Rising from ‘poorest of the poor’ in T’Boli PDF Print
Written by By Germelina Lacorte, Inquirer Mindanao   
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 05:32

Farmer Johnny Tolentino recalls how he was barely surviving hand-to-mouth when he first received five years ago the P4,000 cash assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) under its Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).
Johhny Tolentino is seen at his farm in T'boli, South Cotabato province.

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