PANTAWID PROGRAM CULMINATES FOR 16 DOLORENIAN FAMILIES
With all of their children completing their college education, 16 Dolorenian Families officially exited the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) today in a simple graduation ceremony held at the Dolores Legislative Hall.
For Eliza Cortez of Cardona, a 10 year beneficiary of the program and one of the 16 graduates, it wasn’t just the cash augmentation that helped in the improvement of their living condition, but the regular learnings from the Family Development Sessions that gave them the knowledge and skills on health and family welfare. She promised to continue to live these learnings even after graduating from the program.
Luzviminda Nava of Libtec thanked the program as it opened scholarship opportunitied for her children, one of whom was a beneficiary of the UNIFAST Scholarship which prioritizes 4Ps families.
The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is a human development measure of the national government that provides conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor and at the same time equipping them with knowledge and values of family planning, prenatal and post natal care, facility based delivery, child health and education.
To all the Graduates and the 4Ps Partners, Congratulations to all of you.
Dolores is a 5th Class Municipality lying in the central western part of the Province of Abra. The primary source of income is agriculture. The latest projected population as of 2019 is 12,055.
The town has received numerous recognitions being awarded with the Seal of Good Local Governance for 4 straight years since 2015. Furthermore, the municipality is Top 5 Nationwide in terms of Excellence in Public Service based on the Anti Red Tape Act Report Card 2017 of the Civil Service Commission.