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  1. 1. Department of Social Welfare and Development
  2. 2. Pantawid Pamilya is one of the responses of the Philippine Government to the challenge of meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
  3. 3. • The MDGs are eight (8) pledges to free people from hunger and disease and enlarge freedoms • MDGs come from the Millennium Declaration signed by 189 countries,Philippines being one, including 147 heads of state and government in September 2000 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
  4. 4. Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women Goal 4: Reduce child mortality Goal 5: Improve maternal health Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability Goal 8: Develop a global partnership for development Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program The 8 Millennium Development Goals
  5. 5. Pantawid Pamilya works to attain the 5 out 8 MDG with its design to promote investment in human capital among poor families with 0-14 years old children: Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Eradicating Extreme Poverty and Hunger Achieving Universal Primary Education Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering Women Reducing Child Mortality Improving Maternal Health
  6. 6. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Pantawid Pamilya is patterned after the conditional cash transfer programs in Latin American and the Carribbean which have been proven successful as a poverty reduction and social development measure. Country Name of Program Year Started Brazil Bolsa Familia 1995 Mexico Progresa/Oportunidades 1997 Colombia Familias en Accion 2000 Honduras Programa de Asignacion Familiar 2000 Nicaragua Red de Protection Social 2000 Jamaica Program for Advancement through Health and Education 2001 Chile Chile Solidario 2002
  7. 7. • Social Assistance Provide assistance to the poor to alleviate their immediate needs (short term). • Social Development Break the intergenerational cycle of poverty through investment in human capital i.e., education, health and nutrition (long term). Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program OBJECTIVES
  8. 8. 1 2 3 Residents of the poorest municipalities based on 2003 Small Area Estimates (SAE) of NSCB Households that have children 0-14 years old and/or have a pregnant woman at the time of assessment (6- 14 years old children must be in school Criteria in the Selection of Households Eligible households are: Households whose economic condition is equal to or below the provincial poverty threshold 4 Households that agree to meet conditions specified in the program The poorest households are selected through a Proxy Means Test (PMT) which determines the socio-economic category of families.
  9. 9. 4Ps Program Cycle Selection of Provinces & Municipalities Supply-side Assessment Selection of Households First Payment Family Registry Preparation Organization of Assemblies for validation of HHs Verification of Compliance w/ Conditions 2nd and Succeeding Payments
  10. 10. Program Package Health and Nutrition Grant P6,000 per year or P500 per month per household • Education P3,000 per year or P300 per month per child for 10 months a year, to a maximum of 3 children per household Pantawid Pamilya provides conditional cash grants to beneficiaries, through Landbank cash card, to wit: A household with three qualified children receives a subsidy of P1,400/month during the school year or P15,000 annually as long as they comply with the conditionalities
  11. 11. Pantawid Pamilya Conditionalities (Co-Responsibilities of Household Beneficiaries) HEALTH AND NUTRITION • Pregnant Household Member – visit their local health center to avail of pre- and post-natal care. – avail of appropriate delivery services by a skilled health professional – avail at least one post- natal care within 6 weeks after childbirth
  12. 12. HEALTH AND NUTRITION • Children 0-5 Years Old – visit the health center to avail immunization – have monthly weight monitoring and nutrition counseling for children aged 0-2 years old – have quarterly weight monitoring for 25 to 73 weeks old – have management of childhood diseases for sick children Pantawid Pamilya Conditionalities (Co-Responsibilities of Household Beneficiaries) • Children 6-14 Years Old – must receive deworming pills twice a year
  13. 13. EDUCATION Children 3-5 years old – enrolled in day care or pre-school program and maintain a class attendance rate of at least 85% per month Children 6-14 years old – enrolled in elementary and secondary school and maintain a class attendance rate of at least 85% per month Pantawid Pamilya Conditionalities (Co-Responsibilities of Household Beneficiaries)
  14. 14. FAMILY DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS Parents or Guardians - attend family development sessions at least once a month - participate in community activities, promote and strengthen the implementation of 4Ps Pantawid Pamilya Conditionalities (Co-Responsibilities of Household Beneficiaries)
  15. 15. • 17 regions • 80 provinces • 1,010 cities and municipalities • 1 million poor households are covered in the program by end of 2010 •Additional 1.3 million households by the end of 2011 •For a total of 2.3 million households Program Coverage
  16. 16. 1. Service Providers Database System (Supply Side Assessment) A database on existing health and education facilities/providers in the community to determine the readiness of the locality for 4Ps program implementation Pantawid Pamilya Major Systems
  17. 17. Supply Side AssessmentSupply Side Assessment ProcessProcess Major Systems
  18. 18. • A system that reports, records and validates the changes that occur on the status or condition of any member of the beneficiary household while under the program • It determines the amount of grant the household beneficiary will receive • It serves as basis in deciding the continuance or termination of the grant 2. Beneficiary Updates System Major Systems
  19. 19. Types Of Updates 1. New Born 2. CHANGE OF ADDRESS (Within 4ps Area) 3. CHANGE OF ADDRESS TO Non-4ps AREA 4. Change Of Health Servicing Unit 5. Change Of School/New Enrollment Supporting Document: SCHOOL ENROLLMENT FORM 6. Change Of Beneficiary/Mother Grantee 7. Deceased 8. 0-14Years Old Biological/Adopted Child Coming Back Home 9. Correction Of Basic Information Major Systems
  20. 20. 3. Compliance Verification Systems (CVS) • A system that monitors how faithfully the beneficiaries comply with the conditions set by the 4Ps program. • It processes compliance data until it is ultimately used as basis for payment of cash grants of beneficiaries Major Systems
  21. 21. CVS Process FlowCVS Process Flow 1Generation of CV Forms 2Distribution of CV Forms 3Quarterly Monitoring of Non-Compliance 4Collection and Encoding of CV Forms; 5CV basedPayments Processing 6Updating of Database Major Systems
  22. 22. • It is a mechanism or set of procedures and processes to be used as a means to address and resolve issues and complaints related to project implementation • It facilitates due process in resolving complaints related to project implementation 22 4. Grievance Redress System (GRS) Major Systems
  23. 23. Levels of Grievance Committee 23 Major Systems
  24. 24. Institutional Arrangements Pantawid Pamilya is implemented through an inter-agency cooperation between the Department of Social Welfare and Development and the ff partners: • Department of Education (DepEd) • Department of Heath (DOH) • Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) • National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) • Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) • Department of Budget and Management (DBM) • Local Government Units (LGUs) • Land Bank of the Philippines (lLBP]
  25. 25. National Advisory Committee Composition: •Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD)– Chair •Department of Health (DOH) – Vice Chair •Department of Education (DepEd) – Vice Chair •Department of Interior & Local Government (DILG) – Member •National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) – Member •National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) – Member Functions: • Draw up inter-agency policies for program implementation • Coordinate with the implementation and operationalization of all sectoral activities to best achieve and execute program objectives and functions • Review operating plan and resolve all concerns and needs requiring inter-agency actions • Review and approve the norms and procedures for program implementation
  26. 26. Regional Advisory Committee Composition: •DSWD Field Office - Chair •DOH - Center for Health and Development - Vice Chair •DepEd Regional Office - Vice Chair •DILG Regional Office - Member •NEDA Regional Office – Member •NAPC - Member Functions: • Translate national policies into region-specific operational guidelines • Coordinate the implementation and operationalization of all sectoral activities to best achieve and execute objectives at the region • Review and resolve regional concerns • Ensure constant availability of the supply side requirements for health and education at the program areas
  27. 27. Provincial Advisory Committee • Local Chief Executive (LCE), Chair • Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer • Provincial Health Officer • School Superintendent • City/Municipal Social Welfare Development Officers • SWAD Teams/DSWD Regional Representative Composition: Functions: • Act as the Provincial Grievance Committee • Address grievances, queries and complaints that are elevated to the regional level • Coordinate the implementation of all sectoral activities to best achieve and execute program activities • Review and resolve provincial concerns • Augment/facilitate meeting the supply side requirements for health and education in program areas
  28. 28. Municipal Advisory Committee • Local Chief Executive (LCE), Chair • City/Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer • City/Municipal Health Officer • City/Municipal Planning Officer • City/Municipal Local Government Operations Officer • School Superintendent or School Heads of covered barangays • City/Municipal Link Composition: Functions: • Ensure the constant availability of the supply side requirements for health and education in program areas • Provide technical assistance for effective and efficient implementation • Coordinate with local government agencies, sectoral groups and NGOs to ensure program complementation
  29. 29. Testimonials on the Early Gains of Pantawid Pamilya “Isang katuparan para sa akin ang makita ang unti-unting pagbabago sa paniniwala naming mga Badjao sa mga programa at serbisyo ng gobyerno sa tulong ng mga kondisyong ipinapatupad ng 4Ps.” Isinea Yap, Badjao Parent Leader – Bongao, Tawi-tawi “Nang makita ko ang aking kapwa beneipisaryo ng 4Ps na nagsusulat sa Landbank form, naisip ko ang kahalgahan na matuto ako at ito ang nag- udyok sa akin upang magsimula .” Rodrigo Arendain, San Andres, Quezon “Sa 15 taon ng aking pagiging midwife, ngayon lang tumaas ang bilang ng mga kumukonsulta at nagpapabakuna sa health center. Nawala na din ang masamang paniniwala nila sa negatibong epekto ng bakuna sa bata” Rosma Flores, Midwife,
  30. 30. Testimonials on the Early Gains of Pantawid Pamilya “Kami sa munisipyo ng Bulalacao ay lubos na nagpapasalamat dahil sa magandang epekto ng 4Ps sa pangangailangang pangkalusugan at edukasyon ng bawat pamilya.” Mayor Ernilo C. Villas, Municipality of Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro “Mas “inspired” ako ngayon na pagbutihin ang aking pag-aaral, hindi lang dahil ito ay kondisyon sa 4Ps pero dahil sa tingin ko ito na ang tulong para mas magandang kinabukasan ng aming pamilya” Ellen Rose, Brgy. Pantoc, San Isidro, Abra
  31. 31. One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade. Old Chinese Proverb Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
  32. 32. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program www.pantawid.dswd.gov.ph