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Monday, March 12, 2012

La Carlota Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Grantees

More than 1,700 families of La Carlota are grantees of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). They are selected from among the poor residents of La Carlota based on the procedure or program cycle adopted by 4Ps.

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Western Visayas DSWD officer, Belen P. Gebusion, in-charged in Provincial Link Negros Cluster 4Ps expounded the basic principles on 4Ps social assistance and development in a PowerPoint presentation. She lauded the respective school principals for their alert and active participation on the said survey.

Several school principals deliberated on the possible issues that may crop up on monitoring this kind of program. The issues are focused on the pupils completion, retention and drop-out activities in their respective schools. All these concerns are well addressed by the DSWD personnel who acted as the ready reference and resource persons during the half-day orientation of the said program.

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On the other  hand Regina Dativo, SW0 3, Negros South cluster solicited reactions, remarks, experiences from the school principal-participants on the granting of school certification to the children-beneficiary, their regular attendance in the school as a basic information needed.

These school heads are looking forward for the success of this program for they're optimistic that the school drop-outs will be eliminated, 100% school completion and retention rate be attained within a year and the succeeding years.

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21 comments:

  1. this is a great project! yeah so many dropouts lately it's so unfortunate to see this kids out of school... kudos to all your projects sir! ;)

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  2. You have very good projects here sir. Its good to know that you are looking for a way to solve problems in your school. Saludo kami sa inyo mga guro! :)

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  3. Your projects will surely go a long way. Hoping for the success of this one. God bless.

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  4. What a nice project. I know how hard it is for the families to send their children in schools but with this project, makakatulong ito sa pamilya at sa mga mag-aaral na magkaroon ng mabuting hinaharap. I hope our government will support this kind of projects.

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  5. It's heartwarming that programs like this still exist.

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  6. A great way to help eradicate out-of-school youth. I always commend programs promoting education. Kudos!

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  7. my mom and my sister (working in the Prov. planning office in our prov.) used to talk about 4Ps..hehehe..di naman ako masyadong makakarelate kasi, honestly, i don't have ideas about those stuff..but now, somehow, i've learned...thanks for sharing Sir Gil!


    ~GAGAY, late dropping from FBW ;| ~

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  8. It warms my heart to see programs like this because I am a former mentor/teacher. :)

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  9. I really admire those who still allot their time to share to those who are really in need. I'm looking forward to the project's success. ^_^

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  10. This is a great project geared towards elimination of school drop-outs and ensuring 100 % completion of those poor students enrolled in school. Would be interested in knowing the mechanism for the social assistance and development.In what form the assistance would be given? Thanks

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  11. This is really a great project. Wishing you success to this.

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  12. Looking at the photos I feel like I'm in a classroom again. Teacher! Teacher!...LOL... those days!

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  13. Brilliant idea. It's my first time to hear about this. Is it only is La Carlota?

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  14. This is such a good project/program I hope it can help more kids and families. Most children stop going to school because they think it is a burden, assignments and projects. Unlike at home they can just play and play and watch TV as well.

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  15. Good luck to your projects sir Gil and may you have many more projects in the years to come so you can help more children and parents.

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  16. My cousin has been a teacher for more than 25 years. She actually helps DepEd in creating programs for a lot of provincial schools.. and one of their main priorities is to develop inviting programs that will help kids from dropping out of school.

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  17. Its always good to have activities like this that helps in fostering information to people who need it most. Sana tuloy tuloy.

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  18. glad that the gov't have projects like these, hopefully they can sustain the project and not just start and no follow ups...

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  19. I hope this project will continue to help more kids and families.. :) And like yuuki, hopefully this will be sustained.

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  20. I hope after more than a year, this project has born fruit and has helped plenty of families already.

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