Pantawid Pampamilyang Pilipino Program

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Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program or 4Ps (formerly Ahon Pamilyang Pilipino) is aconditional cash transfer program of the Philippine government under the Department of Social Welfare and Development.[1] It aims to eradicate extreme poverty in the Philippines by investing in heath and education particularly in ages 0–14.[2] It is patterned on programs in other developing countries like Brazil (Oportunidades) and Mexico (Bolsa Família).[3] The 4Ps program now operates in 17 region, 79 provinces and 1,261 municipalities and 138 key cities covering 3,014,586 household beneficiary.

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History[edit]

The Department of Social Welfare and Development patterned the conditional cash transfer system from developing countries particular in Brazil and Mexico.[4] In 2007, the DSWD pre-pilot tested in municipalities of Sibagat and Esperanza in Agusan del Sur; the municipalities of Lopez Jaena and Bonifacio in Misamis Occidental, the Caraga Region; and the cities of Pasay and Caloocan in a 50 million pesos budget.[5]

It was renamed Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) on July 16, 2008 by administrative order number 16, series of 2008 and set implementing guidelines.

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Program structure[edit]

Objective[edit]

The program have focused on two objectives:

1. Social assistance: provide cash assistance to address the short-term financial need.

2. Social development: by investing in capability building they will be able to break intergenerational poverty cycle.

Eligibility[edit]

The poorest among poor families as identified by 2003 Small Area Estimate (SAE) survey of National Statistical Coordination Board(NSCB) are eligible. The poorest among poor are selected through a proxy-means test.[6] Economic...

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