Success Stories

Kaya ng Pinoy Tumawid sa Kaunlaran. These stories are not only proof that the Filipino family can cross into a better life. These are the stories that move and inspire us, and most importantly, remind us how a little help can make thousands of dreams come true.

 

We wish to share their stories with you.

 

 

Pagpaparehistro upang makatapos ng high school ang inyong anak PDF Print E-mail
News Features - Success Stories
Written by 4Ps Social Marketing Unit   
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.

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The leader in us PDF Print E-mail
News Features - Success Stories
Written by Pantawid Pamilya SMU   
Saturday, 10 May 2014 12:37

“Matagal akong naitali sa paniniwalang ang babae ay dapat nasa loob lang ng bahay. Pero simula nang naging Parent Leader na ako para sa Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, nalaman ko na mas marami pa pala akong pwedeng magawa at magampanan, hindi lang para sa ikauunlad ng aking sarili, kundi lalo na ng aking pamilya (I was tied up for a long time with the belief that women must spend their lives sheltered inside their homes, but when I started to be a parent leader for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, I learned that I can do more things and roles to partake, not only for the development of myself, but especially for my family),” said Aling Glomeline.

Glomeline Taguinod from Dadda, Tuguegarao City is one of the 160,000 parent leaders of the Pantawid Pamilya nationwide.
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INSPIRE 1st Issue PDF Print E-mail
News Features - Success Stories
Written by 4Ps Social Marketing Unit   
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 07:54

 

The first issue of INSPIRE is now available for viewing and download. INSPIRE is a collection of heart-warming stories of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries and workers. It hopes to inspire and encourage everyone to rise above life's challenges. INSPIRE is produced by the Social Marketing Unit of Pantawid Pamilya. The first issue features stories of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) victims from Western (Region VI), Central (Region VII), and Eastern (Region VIII) Visayas.

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From ripples to waves PDF Print E-mail
News Features - Success Stories
Written by SMU   
Monday, 07 April 2014 06:27

INVESTMENT TO DREAMS: Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program enables the Filipino children to dream and ensures it’s attainment through continuous education 

 

 

Every child has the right to education and every parent would want that their child educated. But for many of our poor countrymen, education remains an elusive dream, or is it?

 

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Learning in tents PDF Print E-mail
News Features - Success Stories
Written by 4Ps Social Marketing Unit   
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 10:21

 

Schools are children’s second home. It is in school where they discover new things, develop their skills, unleash their potentials, and strive to achieve their dreams. But what if both their house and school got destroyed? Should it stop them from learning and dreaming?


For the children of Bantayan Island, it should not. On the morning of November 8, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda made its fourth landfall on this island in Northern Cebu, leaving 253 schools damaged or about 90 percent of the total number of schools in the area. The typhoon may have ravaged the schools, but not the importance of education to the Bantayanons.

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