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Finding courage to grow old alone

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Lola Remedios has been living alone for more than 30 years now. In 2011, she became a beneficiary of the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens, which is a big help to help support her daily needs.

“Mahirap pala talagang tumandang mag-isa.”

Remedios Seda, 69, details how lonesome and hard it is for senior citizens like her to brave every waking day alone.

Lola Remedios, a resident of Brgy. Sapang 1 in Ternate, Cavite Province, has been living by herself for over 30 years now. She did not marry and has no children—a reason she is alone in her wobbly house made of scrap wood and worn-out roof.

“Dati, nagtitinda ako ng peanut butter dito sa amin, pero ngayon, di ko na talaga kayang magluto at magtinda,” Lola Remedios said.

Aside from being old and sickly, Lola Remedios has an inborn disability, which limits her physical movement. Thus, she could not work and support her daily needs.

“Umaasa na lang din ako sa mga bigay ng mga kapitbahay ko. Pag may sobra silang ulam, minsan binibigyan nila ako. Madalas nangungutang ako sa tindahan dito para kahit paano ay may makain ako. Ganito na talaga ang buhay ko,” she shared.

With her condition, Lola Remedios has no other choice but to rely on her neighbors and distant family members for her daily subsistence.

Unexpected blessing

In 2011, Lola Remedios found a helping hand when she became a beneficiary of the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

“Napakalaking pasalamat ko sa nakukuha kong P1,500 kada tatlong buwan. Kung wala ‘yun, hindi ko na talaga alam kung paano na ako, wala na akong ibang aasahan,” she gratefully shared.

The Social Pension program provides a monthly PhP500 grant to senior citizens in accordance to the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010.

Qualified beneficiaries are those senior citizens who are 60 years old and above, are frail, sickly or with disability, and are not receiving any pension and have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.

Further, the beneficiaries of the program are identified by the Listahanan, an information management and targeting system that identifies who and where the poor are in the country through a house-to-house assessment of households.

This system generates a database of poor households, which is used by the DSWD in selecting beneficiaries of its programs and services for the poor such as the Social Pension and the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Lola Remedios’ household was identified as one of the 389,811 identified poor households in the CALABARZON Region during the Listahanan’s first round of assessment in 2009. As a result, Lola Remedios became one of the 314 beneficiaries of the program in their municipality.

“Napakalaking tulong talaga na napasama ako sa programa. Ang halagang natatanggap ko ay pinambabayad ko sa tindahan na inuutangan ko, saka sa kuryente kada buwan. Kahit paano, may nahahawakan na akong pera,” Lola Remedios happily shared.

Convenience at their doorsteps

Since the implementation of the program in 2011, beneficiaries of the program collect their pension in a quarterly basis at their respective municipal/city hall.

Every payout, Lola Remedios commutes to the town proper to get her pension.

“Nahihirapan na talaga akong maglakad kaya nag-aarkila na lang ako ng tricycle papuntang munisipyo para makuha ko ang aking pension kasi wala rin naman akong makakasama pagpunta doon,” she shared.

Like Lola Remedios, most of the beneficiaries of the program experience this because of physical limitations brought by their old age and illnesses.

As a resolution, the DSWD Field Office IV-A formed a partnership with the Philippine Veterans Bank to facilitate the door-to-door delivery of pension to the beneficiaries of the program.

Starting September 2016, Lola Remedios, along with the 85,638 social pensioners in the region, will be receiving their monthly pension at their respective homes.

According to Ms. Melinda Cabillo, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer of Ternate, this new payment scheme will be helpful to a lot of senior citizens in their municipality, especially those who live in remote areas and who are disabled, weak and sickly.

 “Sana ay patuloy pa rin ang ganitong mga programa para sa aming mga matatanda, lalo na yung katulad ko na mag-isa lang talaga sa buhay. Dito, kahit papaano ay may nakakaalala po sa amin at may tumutulong,” Lola Remedios gratefully shared.

For her, living alone during her twilight years became a little easier because she feels there are still people who care for her.#

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Senior citizens to receive social pension at their doorsteps

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Starting September 2016, senior citizens will receive their social pension right at their doorsteps through the partnership between DSWD Field Office IV-A and Philippine Veterans Bank.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office IV-A announced that starting September this year, beneficiaries of the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program in the region will begin receiving their monthly pension at their doorsteps.

This is after the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement with the Philippine Veterans Bank last August 15 for contracting the bank’s services for the door-to-door delivery of the monthly cash assistance to the indigent senior citizens.

According to DSWD IV-A Regional Director Leticia Diokno, this initiative will ensure that the assistance is being brought closer to the senior citizens and the pension is delivered timely and for the convenience of the beneficiaries.

Dir. Diokno further noted that the provision of social pension to the beneficiaries will be done in a quarterly basis, which means that a beneficiary receives PhP1,500 per payout period.

Philippine Veterans Bank Senior Vice President Vilma Noche assured the DSWD of their commitment to provide their services for the beneficiaries and pledged their support to also help the DSWD in monitoring the social pensioners through the provision of reports of their staff’s observations in the condition of the beneficiaries during door-to-door payouts.

Since the implementation of the said program in 2011, senior citizens receive their monthly pension quarterly through payouts conducted by the DSWD in their respective cities / municipalities.

To date, a total of 85,639 social pensioners in the region will benefit from the said door-to-door delivery.

Enlistment of new beneficiaries

The Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens is an ongoing program implemented by the DSWD in accordance to the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010. Qualified beneficiaries are those age 60 years old and above, are frail, sickly or with disability, and are not receiving any pension and have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.

Beneficiaries are provided with PhP500 monthly assistance and paid in a quarterly basis to augment for their basic and medical needs.

Ms. Cefronia Majuelo, the focal person of the program in DSWD Field Office IV-A, shared that senior citizens who are not yet beneficiaries of the program may contact their respective Office of Senior Citizens Affairs or City / Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office for assessment of their eligibility through the submission of the senior citizen’s identification card or birth certificate.

Majuelo emphasized that being a beneficiary of the program is not automatic.

“Eligible senior citizens will be waitlisted by the local government unit and will be submitted to the regional office for enlistment to the program in its expansion depending on the availability of slots and funds,” explained Majuelo.

Further, it is noted that senior citizens who are 75 years old and above and meet all of the criteria are given priority.#

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Old but not helpless

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SELLING FOR A LIVING. Lola Jasmin Francisco, 73, sells fruits in front of her home in Brgy. San Roque, Teresa in Rizal Province so she can support herself, especially her needs on medications.

At 73, Lola Jasmin Francisco, a widow, can be seen selling fruits in season in front of her house in Brgy. San Roque in Teresa, Rizal Province.

Despite her age, she needs the income, no matter how small, to support most of her needs, especially her medications.

She is suffering from high blood pressure, high uric acid and asthma. According to her, her maintenance medications are quite costly and usually, her small income is not enough to buy them regularly.

“Nangunguha ako ng Indian mango at sampalok sa may bukid, ‘yun ang tinitinda ko. Noon, nagtitinda rin ako ng halo-halo dito pero itinigil ko na dahil hina-highblood ako,” Lola Jasmin shared.

Although she lives with two of her children and receives support from them occasionally, she believes that she still needs to earn for herself and does not want to rely on her seven children because they have families of their own now.

“Yung anak kong lalaki, contractual lamang, parang janitor lang. ‘Pag nabigyan ako ng konti, ‘yun ang pinangtutustos ko sa pang-araw-araw,” Lola Jasmin said.

With her age and her usual financial struggles, she does not want to feel helpless. Hence, she continues finding ways to support herself.

Getting an unexpected help

In 2014, Lola Jasmin became a beneficiary of the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

The Social Pension program, a provision mandated in the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010, provides PhP500 monthly cash assistance to indigent senior citizens age 60 years old and above for their daily subsistence and medical needs.

Qualified beneficiaries are those who are frail, sickly and disabled, who do not receive support from their families and who do not receive pension from the government or private agencies.

For Lola Jasmin, the program is a big help for a senior citizen like her who has a limited capacity to support herself.

Ako ay nagpapasalamat kay Lord at nagkaroon ako ng Social Pension. Malaking kaluwagan na sa akin ang natatanggap kong PhP500 buwan-buwan,” she shared.

She shares that she allots the cash assistance mainly for her medicines.

In the CALABARZON Region, Lola Jasmin is one of the 85,639 beneficiaries of the Social Pension program.

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Lola Jasmin recalls how she became a beneficiary of the Social Pension program.

Bigla na lang sinabi ng president (Federation of Senior Citizens) namin, na umaattend ng meeting na kasama raw ako sa pensioner, basta sinabi n’ya na kasali ako sa “poor,” she shared.

To be a beneficiary of the Social Pension program, the senior citizen must belong to the list of poor households as identified by the DSWD’s Listahanan targeting system, previously the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR).

The Listahanan is an information management and targeting system that identifies who and where the poor are in the country through a house-to-house assessment of households. It maintains a database of poor households, which is used by the DSWD in the identification of beneficiaries for the poor such as the Social Pension and the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program.

Lola Jasmin’s household belongs to the 389,811 poor households in the region identified during the first assessment in 2009.

In 2015, the DSWD conducted its second assessment of poor households nationwide. In the region, the updated database of poor households will be launched this June 2016.

The DSWD continues to advocate to stakeholders including local government units, national government agencies and civil society organizations to partner with the agency in using the said updated database in targeting beneficiaries for their respective programs for the poor.

For Lola Jasmin, being included in the list of poor households opened an opportunity for a senior citizen like her to get the support she needs.

But even with the monthly pension from the government, Lola Jasmin continues to find ways to earn a living so that she can provide for her other needs without relying so much from the assistance and from her children.#

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Saving for her ‘light’

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Lola Necitas Cristobal, 74, receives her monthly pension as a beneficiary of the DSWD’s Social Pension Program. [Photo Credit: CMSSantiago]

In broad daylight, 74-year-old Necitas Cristobal brings out her small flashlight and switches it on.

Suffering from eye cataract, Lola Necitas, a resident of Brgy. Sabang in Burdeos, Quezon Province, needs the extra light so she can better see the paper in front of her. She needs to sign her name on the paper—a payroll of beneficiaries—so she can receive her much-awaited cash assistance as a beneficiary of the Social Pension Program for Indigent Senior Citizens of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

The Social Pension provides a monthly PhP500 grant to indigent senior citizens based on the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010. Qualified beneficiaries are those age 65 years old and above, are frail, sickly or with disability, and are not receiving any pension and have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.

In the island municipality of Burdeos, there are a total of 623 senior citizens who are beneficiaries of the said program.

Lola Necitas’ eye problem started two years ago and according to her, it needs to be operated to prevent blindness.

“Kahit gusto kong magpagamot, wala kaming panggastos,” shared Lola Necitas, who came with her daughter.

Her daughter admitted that they cannot afford to finance the health needs of her mother because she has a family of her own now. They only have a limited source of income and needs to attend to the needs of her growing children first.

“Nagpapasalamat ako sa tulong na ito, sa natatanggap naming PhP500 kada buwan. Parang sagot ito sa panalangin namin,” said Lola Necitas.

For Lola Necitas, this cash assistance that she receives every quarter is a big help not only for her daily needs. For her, it is hope—a blessing that she’s long waiting for.

As she goes home after receiving the grant, Lola Necitas is secured that she’ll have some money to save for her operation. In time, she’s positive that with her savings, she’ll enjoy seeing a brighter day again.# with reports from CMSSantiago

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DSWD to hand over payout of social pensions to LGUs

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Cefronia Majuelo, focal person for Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program in DSWD IV-A, orients LGUs across the CALABARZON Region on the new process of releasing monthly pension to the beneficiaries. [Photo Credit: MAPines]

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will hand over the processing of payments for beneficiaries of the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens to local government units (LGUs) starting this last quarter of 2015.

A total of 94 LGUs in the CALABARZON Region will be piloting this new process.

Currently, the DSWD regional offices manage the payment of monthly pensions to beneficiaries. In the new process, the DSWD will transfer funds to the LGUs for direct release to the senior citizens to help speed up the process of providing help for the needs of the beneficiaries.

According to Cefronia Majuelo, focal person for the Social Pension Program in DSWD IV-A, the new process is piloted to good performing LGUs specifically those with good track records in the program implementation and liquidation of funds.

Prior to the fund transfer, the LGUs must enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the DSWD and pass a resolution adopting the said process until November 10, 2015.

The DSWD Field Office IV-A is currently preparing the LGUs for this new process through an orientation of the fund transfer scheme.

The Social Pension Program is based on the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 that provides PhP500 monthly pension to indigent senior citizens age 65 years old and above who are frail, sickly or with disability to help meet their daily subsistence and medical needs. Qualified beneficiaries are those not receiving any pension and those who have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.# with reports from CMSantiago

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Old, but still being cared for

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Lolo Felix Encarnacion, 79, a resident of Brgy. San Guillermo in Talisay, Batangas Province, receives his monthly pension as a beneficiary of DSWD’s Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program.

At the age of 86, Lola Angelita Manalo tries to live independently. Not minding her physical limitations brought by her age, she still goes from house to house to deliver products and hopefully sell them for a living.

Lola Angelita, a resident of Brgy. 8 in Talisay, Batangas Province, has seven children who have families of their own now.

Knowing how hard it is to raise a family, she understands that her children cannot anymore provide her support. Hence, she tries her best to not become a burden to them.

Lolo Felix Encarnacion, 79, a resident of Brgy. San Guillermo in the same town, feels the same thing.

With eight children who have their own families now, he tries his best to live independently.

“Kahit matanda na ako, tuloy pa rin ang pagtatanim ko para may mapagkunan ng pagkain at maibenta na rin para may panggastos ako,” Lolo Felix shared.

Getting a hand

Though both of them chose to not be a burden to their children and their families, they’re both glad when they became beneficiaries of the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program.

The Social Pension provides a monthly PhP500 grant to indigent senior citizens based on the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010. Qualified beneficiaries are those age 65 years old and above, are frail, sickly or with disability, and are not receiving any pension and have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.

Lola Angelita and Lolo Felix both became beneficiaries of the said program in 2014. They are among the 60,938 senior citizens who are beneficiaries of this program in the CALABARZON Region.

“Malaking tulong sa akin ang natatanggap ko mula sa programa dahil dito ko na kinukuha ang pambili ng aking gamot. Pagkagaling sa payout, laging bumibili ako ng bigas at gamot,” shared Lola Angelita happily.

For the two of them, even if they receive only PhP500 pension and they get it in a quarterly basis, they can never be more thankful as this is already a big blessing for seniors like them who now have physical limitations, especially when it comes to earning money.

Feeling cared for

Lola Angelita does not mind not getting any support from her children. According to her, she feels satisfied as a mother that they have all grown up as good children and able to raise good families.

However, this support from the government makes her teary eyed from time to time because according to her, this program gives her a feeling of being cared for.

“Kahit matanda na kami, iniintindi pa rin kami ng gobyerno. Isang napakalaking biyaya ito sa amin,” she shared.

Lolo Felix, on the other hand, shares how he appreciates this program.

“Pinapahalagahan ko ang programang ito dahil pakiramdam ko, pinapahalagan rin kami ng gobyerno,” he said.

Lola Angelita and Lolo Felix, who are both presidents of their barangay’s association of senior citizens, are glad not only because of the help of the program to them. For the two of them, it is seeing how this pension makes a difference in the lives of their fellow senior citizens in their community that make them more thankful to this blessing.#

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60K senior citizens receive monthly pension from DSWD

 

A total of 60,938 indigent senior citizens in the CALABARZON Region are being provided with monthly pension by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) under its Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens program.

Beneficiaries of the said program receive PhP500.00 monthly stipend to help improve their living condition, specifically in meeting their daily subsistence and medical needs.

In the region, a total of PhP182.81 Million has been provided to the said number of senior citizens from January to June 2015.

Angelita Manalo, 86, a beneficiary of the Social Pension program from Brgy. 8 in Talisay, Batangas Province, shared that the monthly allowance being provided to them by the program is a big help for senior citizens like her especially in ensuring that they can buy medicines and other supplies at home.

“Isang napakalaking biyaya ito para sa amin dahil nakakatulong ito sa aming mga pangangailangan. Nakakatuwa ring isipin na kahit kami ay may edad na, iniintindi pa rin kami ng ating gobyerno,” Manalo shared.

In the region, beneficiaries of the said program include 17,261 from Quezon, 21,428 from Batangas, 9,388 from Cavite, 7,565 from Laguna and 5,296 from Rizal.

The Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens is based on the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 that provides entitlement to a monthly pension to indigent senior citizens age 65 years old and above and are frail, sickly or with disability. Qualified beneficiaries are also those not receiving any pension and those who have no permanent source of income or regular support from relatives.#

 

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2014 Highlights: Php79.8M provided to pensioners

A total of 13,316 senior citizens from the CALABARZON Region were provided monthly subsidy by the Department of Social Welfare and Development under the program Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens for the year 2014.

Under the program, the said senior citizens receive a subsidy of Php500.00 per month.  The said amount is expected to be used for their medical, health and other basic needs.

The total amount of subsidy allocated to the said senior citizens for the whole year is Php79,896,000.00.  The subsidies are released to the social pensioners quarterly in coordination with the Social Welfare and Development Offices and the Offices of the Senior Citizen Affairs of each locality.

The beneficiaries of the program are all indigent senior citizens age 77 years old and above, do not receive any support from family members and / or pension from any institution and should be identified as among the poor families listed in the Listahanan Targeting System of the Department.***

 

(2014 Highlights provides a briefer on the accomplishments of the Department on the different programs implemented in Region IV-A.)

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