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1st MCCT batch graduates from 4Ps

Quezon City - The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), through the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office II, led the graduation ceremony of the first batch of Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program (MCCT) exiting households which include 354 family beneficiaries on August 15, 2022.  The ceremony was held with the theme: “Pammaddayaw iti Panaggraduar dagiti Pantawid Pamilya”. The graduates were members of the Indigenous Peoples (IPs) groups from the Municipality of Cabarroguis who were selected to be ...
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Balidasyon ng sambahayang benepisyaryo ng 4Ps, isinasagawa na

Ang buong pamunuan ng Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) ng Kagawaran ng Kagalingan at Pagpapaunlad Panlipunan o DSWD ay kasalukuyang isinasagawa sa buong bansa ang balidasyon sa mga sambahayang benepisyaryo kaugnay sa mga natukoy na non-poor o hindi na mahihirap batay sa Listahanan 3. Kasabay nito ang pansamantalang pagpatigil ng pagbibigay ng cash grants mula P3 (July-August) sa mga nasa Listahanan na hindi mahihirap para maiwasan ang pagbayad sa mga hindi na dapat makatanggap ng cash grants. Ang isinasagawang balidasyon ay ...
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Financial stability through family power – The Macasucol Family

Quezon City - Like most people, the Macasucol family aspired financial stability. They believe that financial security gives a person the confidence to face whatever life throws at them. Thanks to the efforts of all family members, the Macasucol family of Barangay Esperanza, Carmen, Surigao del Sur is now financially stable. Prior to achieving this status, the family's financial situation was extremely precarious. This was before they were accepted into the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program of the Department of Social ...
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FDS spark in fulfilling dreams

Quezon City - Marecar Gayamo, former beneficiary reminisced how the Program influenced her to fulfill her dreams. She was only 20 when her husband, Oliver got married. Because neither of them finished high school, it was difficult for them to find a stable job that would provide enough financial support for their four children. Her husband is a commission-based tricycle driver. Oliver must pay a fixed Php 350.00 daily boundary (rent) for using the vehicle. "Minsan Php 50.00 na lang ...
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Going above and beyond leads to success

Quezon City - Most graduating/exiting 4Ps beneficiaries have similar traits. They were accepted in the Program because they belong to the poorest of the poor; they were grateful and cooperative; they used the government interventions provided to improve their lives; and, made themselves successful. Let us look at some of these beneficiaries' experiences on their path to success by going the extra mile. Leaving for a better life Edna Puda used to describe her family's life as "simple but challenging." ...
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