ESGP-PA Parangal 2019: A showcase of success amidst diversities

TANDAG CITY – Eighty-three (83) scholars of the Expanded Student Grants-In-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) were given their diplomas after finishing their courses in the recently concluded ESGP-PS Parangal 2019 held at the Prospero B. Pichay Sr., Gymnasium at the Surigao del Sur State University, Tandag City campus last April 26, 2019. Some of continue reading : ESGP-PA Parangal 2019: A showcase of success amidst diversities

DSWD Caraga Regional entries for the Pantawid Pamilya National Partners Summit named

BUTUAN CITY – In the efforts of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) FO Caraga to acknowledge the efforts of our partners/stajeholders in the implementation of our programs and services, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Regionl Program Management Office (RPMO) conducted a regional selection of the best Pantawid Focal Persons to be recognized continue reading : DSWD Caraga Regional entries for the Pantawid Pamilya National Partners Summit named

Babae Serye: Breaking Gender Barriers, Pumping Love and Positivity

For Filipinos, customs and traditions play a critical role in molding the psyche of every individual. It has dictated how one must act upon in a certain situation, or how one must conduct themselves, in accordance to the norms that is acceptable; a very good example to this is how tradition dictates gender roles. She continue reading : Babae Serye: Breaking Gender Barriers, Pumping Love and Positivity

Periods 3-5 Pantawid OTC cash grants to be credited this February

For over five months of delay, the release of the Period 3-5 (June-November) cash grants for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries is set this February. This has been confirmed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development through the assistance of the Landbank of the Philippines. The delay has been a result of the conversion continue reading : Periods 3-5 Pantawid OTC cash grants to be credited this February

AdN Higaonon tribal adviser empowered through MCCT-IP

Bae Annie Belayong, a 53-year old pure-blooded Higaonon, weaves for a living. She crafts native accessories such as tribal attires, bags, and tubao, a traditional ethnic head-cloth with indigenous patterns. She does this to support her grandson, Miguel. Bae Annie in her Higaonon attire. While singlehandedly raising Miguel, Bae Annie realized that as he was continue reading : AdN Higaonon tribal adviser empowered through MCCT-IP

A Mamanwa farmer reaps the benefits of Pantawid Pamilya MCCT-IP

It used to be an ambiguous life. Every time the sun rises, 28-year-old Renante gets ready for a big day on the field; but, this does not happen every day. Renante always wears his indigenous necklace as a symbol of their cultural heritage – the Mamanwa tribe. Renante Montajes Ranario, a pure-blooded Mamanwa, is a continue reading : A Mamanwa farmer reaps the benefits of Pantawid Pamilya MCCT-IP

Tales of the wandering wildflower: Caraga’s Exemplary Child 2018

0 0 0 In a field full of roses, she is a wildflower. – Anonymous This quote mirrors the colorful life of Xycrese Mae Uba-Amogis, the national finalist for DSWD Caraga Region to the Search for Exemplary Child 2018. Hailing from the land of golden opportunities, the 12-year old girl was born to Tony and continue reading : Tales of the wandering wildflower: Caraga’s Exemplary Child 2018