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    The Siplas FOCAS Strategy The Siplas FOCAS Strategy Presentation Transcript

    • FOCAS STRATEGY SIPLAS
    • DETERMINANT CONCERN ( PRIMARY PROBLEM ) ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION The poor awareness among the local communities and capabilities of POs to effectively respond to environmental concerns and sustain their initiatives.   The lack of effective mechanism for the implementation of the EMP, and passive political will of the LGUs to enforced the Environmental Laws.   The high-poverty incidence among residents in the base communities, due to poor economic production and low investment opportunities, leading to unrestrained exploitation of natural reserves   The lack of alternative and environment-friendly livelihood schemes / production technology resulting in the increased dependency on its aqua-marine and terrestrial resources, and the persistent use of traditional albeit, destructive technology.
    •   The deterioration of its main source of livelihood, specifically : aqua-marine resources, have dire socio-economic repercussions. Considering that almost 80% of the area’s income are derived from fishing, and other marine-related activities, this development would result in an unprecedented increase in poverty incidence.   Further, it would also significantly impair the development of its fledging eco-tourism industry and increase the demand for the delivery of basic social services. If current trends continues … 60 % + of its natural resources will perish and with that …
    • proposed FOCAS strategy
      • COMMUNITY – DRIVEN
      • ENVIRONMENTAL
      • PROTECTION & DEVELOPMENT
      • The proposed SIPLAS FOCAS Strategy is a two-pronged approach characterized by its interrelated goals, to wit :
      •  
      SIPLAS FOCAS STRATEGY G OALS five year Thus, strategy is anchored on the precepts of bio-diversity conservation and sustainable development, specifically on community resource management, effective governance and the introduction of appropriate technology for resource utilization.  To protect, conserve and develop priority eco-systems and habitats identified as critical / hotspots areas with endangered flora and fauna, and deteriorating bio-diversity. Goal 1 : To develop community capabilities, in terms of governance and economic viability, to effectively manage its resources and sustain its development thrusts. Goal 2 :
    • P urpose project The SIPLAS FOCAS will facilitate the establishment and management of effective partnership mechanism and programs for community-driven environmental protection and resource development, with appropriate socio-economic enterprise / activities and pro-active policy and enforcement support.  
    • S TRATEGIC SIPLAS FOCAS FRAMEWORK COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENT FOCAS STRATEGY : COMMUNITY – DRIVEN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION & DEVELOPMENT GOAL for COMMUNITIES : Empowered Organizations with viable economic enterprise and Active LGUs collaborating for effective enforcement of Environmental Laws GOAL for ENVIRONMENT : Protected / Rehabilitated Critical Habitat and Eco-Systems with Enhanced / Sustained Bio-Diversity KEY PROGRAM COMPONENTS ORGANIZATIOON DEVELOPMENT & INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING LIVELIHOOD / COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY-BASED PROMOTION, EDUCATION & ADVOCACY HABITAT REHABILITATION & ECO-SYSTEM DVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP-BUILDING & SUPPORT TO EL ENFORCEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION SERVICES : POWAS & SWM
    • ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING   focuses on the empowerment of the base communities through the strengthening of people’s organizations and the enhancement of the technical competencies of the partner NGOs and LGUs.   LIVELIHOOD / COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT   responds directly to the economic needs thru the establishment of sustainable livelihood for food security, and develop PO-managed micro-enterprise to increase income, and also determine the appropriate technology consistent to the over-all environmental thrust COMMUNITY - BASED PROMOTION / IEC & ADVOCACY   focuses in grounding/raising the critical awareness of the communities & stakeholders on the environmental concerns, towards collective actions and effective advocacy work featuring the site-specific community-managed promotion, education and advocacy scheme, linked to the broader initiatives of the PAMB & DENR. C OMPONENTS program
    • HABITAT REHABILITATION & ECO-SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT   urgent response to the environmental crises in the area, specifically in alleviating the crisis strain on the identified critical eco-systems and bio-diversity hotspots, thru rehabilatation efforts, establishment of marine sanctuaries and watersheds, as model for bio-diversity conservation and improvement in the management of other eco-systems. ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION SERVICES: SWM & POWAS   focuses in the delivery of basic social services that indirectly contributes to the improvement of the communities’ capability to address the environmental sanitation. C OMPONENTS program PARTNERSHIP - BUILDING & SUPPORT TO ENFORCEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS   focuses in improving partnerships among LGUs, LAs and NGOs, towards coordinating its respective development initiatives in the provision of effective and community-driven mechanism to support the proper enforcement of existing environmental laws.
    • Mangrove Forest in Del Carmen and San Benito , Dapa and General Luna Municipal Watersheds in Burgos, Del Carmen and Pilar S ITES TARGET The Marine Sanctuaries in Talisay and Corrigedor, Dapa : Inland Body of Water in Socorro ( Lake Tiktikan )
    • To protect, conserve and develop priority eco-systems and habitats identified as critical/hotspots areas with endangered flora and fauna, and deteriorating bio-diversity. 1 GOAL
      • Operation and Reports of three (3) POWAS and three
      • (3) SWM Systems installed in pilot areas.
      Effective Delivery of Environmental Sanitation services in pilot areas : Three ( 3) sites for POWAS and SWM
      • Resource Inventory and Bio-Diversity Monitoring Report
      • Participation of POs in managing environmental
      • protection projects
      Operational Community-based Bio-Diversity Monitoring System in all nine (9) sites
      • Physical development of the nine (9) critical
      • habitats and eco-systems
      Rehabilitated a total of nine (9) critical sites / hotspots as protected habitats and eco-systems MEANS OF VERIFICATION INDICATORS / Target Outcomes
    • To develop community capabilities, in terms of governance and economic viability, to effectively manage its resources and sustain its development thrusts . 2 GOAL
      • LGU Resolutions/Ordinances passed/enacted
      • PO / NGO Participation in Bantay Dagat /
      • FARMC and other Local Enforcement Bodies
      • MOA on Strategic / tactical Partnership
      • Summary of Cases filed at the Barangay /
      • Municipal Level
      Effective/productive collaboration among LGUs, NGOs, POs, LAs in the enforcement of Environmental Laws / Ordinances
      • Strategic / Operational Training Plans,
      • and PO Reports and Profiles
      • PO Micro-Enterprise / Financial Reports
      Empowered and functional POs with viable livelihood / micro-enterprise, contributing to the increase of marine and terrestrial production and community Income MEANS OF VERIFICATION INDICATORS / Target Outcomes
    • PURPOSE : Establishment and management of effective partnership mechanism for Environmental Protection & Development
      • Strategic / Operational Plan and
      • Management Policies, Systems and
      • Procedures
      • Project proposals generated
      • Staff Compliment
      • Project Reports
      Fully functional and sustainable SIPLAS Partners’ Coordinating Mechanism, managing and supervising specific intervention projects MEANS OF VERIFICATION INDICATORS / Target Outcomes
    • At the Operational Level … Performance Indicators Key Activities Project Component Target Outcomes Critical Hotspots / Endangered species declared by the PAMB Rehabilitation of Mangrove forest in three (3) pilot sites Installation of Marine Sanctuary in three (3) pilot sites, including Lake Tiktikan Establishment of watersheds in three (3) sites 1. Survey and study of Critical Eco-Systems and Endangered Species 2. Rehabilitation and development of nine (9) critical sites / hotspots eco- systems ; Marine, Mangrove and Municipal Watersheds. 3. Protection & management of the aforementioned sites Component 1 : Sanctuary Installation and Eco-System Development Rehabilitated nine (9) critical sites / hotspots as protected habitats and eco-systems Community-based BIOME mechanism installed in all pilot sites for Mangrove, marine and forestall 1. Data Banking and Bio- Diversity Monitoring for all nine (9) sites 2. PO Training on BIOME ( Same Component ) Operational Community-based Bio-Diversity Monitoring System
      • 3 pilot municipalities with
      • operational SWM / MRF
      • 3 pilot municipalities with
      • operational / improved
      • POWAS Level II only
      • Three (3) BAWASA
      • formed and operational
      1. Installation of Solid Waste Management System (SWM) in 3 pilot areas 2. Installation of Potable Water System (POWAS) in three (3) pilot areas 3. BAWASA Formation and Operation Component 2 : Environmental Sanitation Services Improvement : SWM & POWAS Effective Delivery of Environmental Sanitation services in pilot areas : POWAS & SWM Performance Indicators Key Activities Project Component Target Outcomes
    • Nine (9) POs formed in key / host communities # of trainings conducted, and strengthened POs with functional PSPs/Strategic and Operational Plans # of trainings conducted for NGOs 1. CO Work and PO Formation 2. Capability Building Program and OD for the POs 3. Competency Enhancement Program for NGO partners 4. Project Management 5. Project Monitoring and Participatory Evaluation Component 3 : Organizational Development & Institutional Strengthening Empowered and functional POs with : viable livelihood / micro-enterprise, contributing to the increase of marine & terrestrial production and community income Performance Indicators Key Activities Project Component Target Outcomes Nine (9) PO-managed enterprise established /operational in pilot areas A SIPLAS Demo-Farm / Technology Center established “ Bagsakan” Center for PO products constructed and established with forward linkages operational Eco-Tourism Tour Packages available for at least three (3) of the target protected sites
      • PO / Community –Managed
      • Enterprise / Alternative
      • Livelihood
      • 2 Technology Transfer
      • Alternative / Eco-Friendly
      • Farming and Fishing
      • Technology
      • 3. Partners’-Managed
      • Marketing Mechanism
      • 4. Support enterprises to Eco-
      • Tourism endeavours
      Component 4 : Livelihood / Community Enterprise Development
    • Regular CPEA activities conducted / sustained by POs in pilot areas # of massive campaigns conducted by all major stakeholders Production of materials and intensive campaign for identified critical hotspots # of Local Resolutions and Ordinances generated at the BLGU and MLGU level 1. Installation of Mechanism for Community-based Promotion, Education and Advocacy in POs and Partner Institutions 2. Island – wide Promotion Campaign on Environment 3. Community / Site Specific Environmental IEC 4. Policy Advocacy 5. Lobbying Work : SIPLAS Bill Component 6 : Community Based Promotion, Education and Advocacy Regular Monthly Partners’ Meeting Formation of Local PO / NGO / LGU Partnership Mechanism and MOA for Program Complementation # of responsive resolutions from the PAMB # of Community Volunteers tapped # of task forces created, at least one (1) per municipality, and # of cases filed
      • Networking and Linkaging of Stakeholders
      • PAMB / FMC / LGUs Project Complementation Conference
      • Formation and Strengthening of Community Volunteers : FARMC & Rangers
      • Creation and Operation of LGU / NGO / PO Task Force on Environment-related Violations and Issues
      Component 5 : Partnership Building & Support to Environmental Law Enforcement Effective and productive collaboration Among LGUs, NGOs, POs, LAs in the enforcement of Environmental Laws and Ordinances
    • Based on the previous consultations and preparatory meetings, the implementation of the FOCAS Strategy for the SIPLAS will be the responsibility of both the government, the private sector and the base communities, with the NGOs assuming the lead role. Among the institutions and organizations which will be involved are : 1. The Provincial Government thru the PPDO 2. The Municipal LGUs of the nine (9) municipalities 3. The SUNGCOD, as the Lead NGO for the SIPLAS 4. Other NGOs : the SEDF, SAC and the SNPIDA 5. The SESDA and its nine (9) member POs 6. Other POs : UMSA, BUFIAD and the TANARIZ MPC 7. The SIPLAS PAMB and its Committees 8. The DENR, as the primary government support agency 9. Other LAs : BFAR, DTI and DA 10. The Municipal RHUs 11. The AusAID - PACAP Organizations Involved
    • Significant risks are focused mainly in the actual capabilities of the partners in accomplishing their designated tasks. However, environmental and socio-political conditions and developments could also affect the direction of the FOCAS Strategy.
      • Natural Calamities and Disasters
      • 2. Unstable Political Leadership & poor participation of LCEs in the PAMB
      • 3. Mismanagement of Community-Managed Enterprise / Livelihood Projects
      • 4. Impact of Partisan Politics on the Coordination and Complementation among stakeholders and partners
      Risks
    • a. Key Stakeholders in the FOCAS Area Among the strategic stakeholders in the FOCAS Area are : the Local Government Units (LGU), under whose responsibility effective governance and proper implementation of the environmental laws are required, the PAMB ; whose mandate covers the management of the SIPLAS –EMP, the Line Agencies, specifically the DENR : under which the implementation of the EMP and NIPAS Law are delegated, the NGOs : whose development initiatives at the community-level need be properly coordinated to address the environmental issue, the POs and the communities : who directly benefits from the interventions. b. Effects of the Problem to the Stakeholders The continuance of the correlated problems on environment and poverty practically hinders the over-all growth of the area. It greatly impair the communities’ development potentials, and even threaten its main source for survival and subsistence. The destruction of the basic eco-systems would affect the quantity and quality of its terrestrial and marine resources, which in turn would result into low productivity and poor harvest yield resulting into a declining local economy which is mainly dependent on the income generated from such economic activities. STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS
    • Further, the decline of the local economy eventually affects to the capability of the local government units to provide the needed basic services, particularly on the areas where the operational funds are devolved to the LGUs. The interventions of the private sector on the other hand, would also become more focused on providing direct but temporary economic aid rather than develop sustainable mechanism for alleviating poverty. This would, in effect, defeat the very purpose of such development initiatives.
    • c. Initiatives Taken by the Stakeholders At present, the limitations of the LGUs and the LAs (DENR) in implementing the EMP have been affected by its budgetary constraints. However, there were local initiatives undertaken rather separately by both the LGUs and LAs, that carries the same direction. Some LGUs have passed responsive legislations and had some success in curbing illegal fishing. The DENR, also has continued its Bio-Diversity Monitoring and Inventory, albeit on a much reduced coverage owning to their limitation in both financial and manpower. Some NGOs had also facilitated related projects, most of which are focused in livelihood development, specifically, on organic farming and in PO capability-building. However, these initiatives need be integrated into a broader and more responsive strategy, and its implementation be incorporated into a multi-stakeholder coordination mechanism.
    • IPLAS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE SIARGAO IINTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ( SIPLAS – FOCAS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ) LEAD NGO POOL OF CONSULTANTS SIPLAS – PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE ( FMC CHAIR / COMMITTEE CHAIR ) PMO – AREA COORDINATOR ADMIN ASSISTANT The SIPLAS FMC thru its Sub-Committees shall also assume the committee membership and functions of the CBP and On-Site Development Committees of the PAMB. S PROJECT ID / REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MONITORING AND EVALUATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT and CAPABILITY ENHANCEMENT IEC & ADVOCACY AND PARTNERSHIPS
    • All the levels in the SIPLAS FOCAS have substantial representation from all the major stakeholders, to ensure effective participation in major policy-making process and in the actual management and operation of the projects. The SIPLAS FMC is comprised of ten (10) regular members; of which five (5) are from the government sector and the remaining five (5) representing the private sector, to wit : Greggo Uriarte SUNGCOD : Chairperson Celsa Espadero PASu, DENR : Vice-Chairperson Tony Adapon MPDC, Dapa LGU : Member Gerard Macaldo MPDC, Burgos LGU : Member Matiniano Yandra Provincial Fishery Officer , BFAR : Member Noel Oclarit SESDA : Member Marlo Nojara UMSA : Member Edwin Delejencia SEDF : Member Socorro Alcantara PPDO : Member Ricardo Soto PACAP : Ex-Officio Member The FOCAS Management Committee (FMC) for the SIPLAS The Siargao Integrated Development Committee (SIDC)
    • As most of the FMC members for the SIPLAS are also members of the PAMB, the operation of the aforementioned organizational structure has its defined roles and functions, independently from that which were already defined in the PAMB. The SIPLAS FMC
        • Develop and Implement the FOCAS Strategy and Appropriate Mechanisms
        • Establish parameters for Project Partnership and Project Engagement
        • Appraise, Develop and Submit Project Proposals for PACAP funding
        • Review, Monitor and Audit the implementation of FOCAS Projects
        • Provide Policy Guidance and Evaluate the Operations of the PMO and its Staff
        • Submit Quarterly and Annual Report to the PACAP Secretariate
      Roles and Functions
    • The Project Management Office (PMO)
        • Manages the actual implementation of the FOCAS Strategy
        • Identify, appraise, develop project proposals for review of the FMC
        • Provide technical assistance to proponents in Project Planning & Implementation
        • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of FOCAS Projects
        • Manages the capability-building program and IEC and Advocacy Work for partners
        • Provide Recommendations for action and policies to the FMC
        • Submit Quarterly and Annual Report to the FMC
      The Area Coordinator
        • Manages the day to day operations of the PMO
        • Coordinates and consolidate the activities and operations of the FMC
        • Sub-Committees
        • Coordinates project partnership and project engagements at the ground level
        • Act as liaison between the PACAP / FMC and the Project Proponents
        • Submit Quarterly and Annual Reports to the PMO
              • The Administrative Assistant / Finance Officer
        • Assumes the secretarial work in the PMO
        • Provides administrative and clerical support to the Area Coordinator
        • Manages the financial transactions for the PMO
    • Project Identification / Review and Development Committee
        • Identify possible intervention areas in the SIPLAS Communities / Sites
        • Review project engagements and conduct appraisals for possible Projects
        • Develop project proposals for review and endorsement of the FMC
        • Ensures that all development initiatives / project proposals responds to the thematic
        • focus and direction of the FOCAS Strategy
      Project Monitoring and Evaluation Committee
        • Operationalize the FOCAS Project Monitoring and Evaluation Scheme
        • Conduct regular Monitoring and Evaluation processes on FOCAS Projects
        • Develop database on the progress of various FOCAS Projects
        • Provide reports and recommendations to the FMC
              • Project Management and Capability Enhancement Committee
        • Promote “mainstreamed” Management Schemes for FOCAS Projects
        • Conduct regular assessments on the PO/NGO capabilities
        • Conduct trainings/seminars on Organizational Development for PO / NGOs / LGUs
        • Provide technical assistance to project proponents on management and OD concerns
        • Provide reports and recommendations to the FMC
    • IEC / Advocacy and Partnerships Committee
        • Conduct and coordinate FOCAS-Wide IEC and Advocacy Campaigns
        • Develop and disseminate IEC Materials
        • Initiate / coordinate Partnership-Building Activities / Establish Network of Partners
        • Provide reports and recommendations to the FMC
      The Lead NGO
        • Acts as the convenor of the NGO and PO Partners
        • Coordinates the development initiatives and project engagements of the NGOs / POs
        • Assist the NGOs and POs in the actual project implementation
        • Proponent / Project Holder of the FMC Three-Year Operational Plan
      The Pool of Consultants
        • Provide technical assistance in specific concerns responsive and supportive to
        • the effective / successful implementation of the FOCAS Projects
        • Provide expert analysis and opinions on particular issues related to the FOCAS
        • Strategy and its projects
    • For Three (3) Years IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE 5. Project Monitoring and Evaluation 4. Project Development, Review and Appraisal 3. IEC and Advocacy Activities 2. Regular Stakeholders Conference 1. Establishment of SIPLAS FOCAS PMO PMO Management Activities YEAR 3 YEAR 2 YEAR 1 TIMEFRAME KEY ACTIVITIES ( per components )
    • 4. Trainings on SWM and POWAS Management 3. BAWASA Formation and Operation 2. Installation of Potable Water System (POWAS)
      • Installation of Solid Waste Management System (SWM)
      Component 2 : Environmental Sanitation Services Improvement 5. Data Banking and Bio-Diversity Monitoring 4. PO Training on BIOME 3. Protected Area Maintenance Work 2. Rehabilitation and Development of critical Eco-Ssystems 1. ID and Prioritization of Critical Eco-Systems and Endangered Species Component 1 : Sanctuary Installation and Eco-System Development
    • 5. Project Monitoring and Evaluation 4. Project Management 3. Competency Enhancement Program for NGO partners 2. Capability Building Program and Organizational Development for Pos
      • CO / PO Formation
      Component 3 : Organizational Development & Institutional Strengthening 5. Enterprise Audit and Evaluation 4. Establishment of Support Enterprises to Eco-Tourism endeavours 3. Partners’-Managed Marketing Mechanism 2. Technology Transfer on Alternative / Eco-Friendly Technology
      • Establishment of PO -Managed Enterprise / Alternative Livelihood
      Component 4 : Livelihood and Community Enterprise Development
    • 5. Creation and Training of Community-based Theatre / Artists Groups 4. Policy Advocacy 3. Community / Site Specific Environmental IEC 2. Siargao - Wide Promotion Campaign on Environmental Concerns 1. Installation of Mechanism for CMPEA in POs and Partner Institutions Component 6 : Community Based Promotion, Education and Advocacy 4. Creation/Operation of Multi-Stakeholders’ Task Force 3. Formation/Strengthening of Community Volunteers : FARMC & Rangers 2. PAMB / FMC / LGUs Project Complementation Conference
      • Networking and Linkaging of Stakeholders
      Component 5 : Partnership Building & Support to Environmental Law Enforcement
    • The implementation of the SIPLAS FOCAS Strategy requires a budgetary requirement amounting to Sixteen Million and Eight Hundred Thousand Philippine Pesos or PhP 16,800,000.00, for a period of three (3) years. For Three (3) Years PROPOSED INDICATIVE BUDGET 4.5 M 1.5 M 1.5 M 1.5 M Del Carmen, Burgos, Pilar, General Luna, San Benito, Socorro, Talisay, Union, Corrigedor in Dapa
      • 9 pilot sites rehabilitated ( 3 sites per year )
      • 9 PO-BIOME installed and operational
      Component 1 : Sanctuary Installation and Eco-System Development Total Year 3 Year 2 Year 1 Location Description / Target Components
    • 5 M 1.5 M 2 M 1.5 M All Pilot Areas / Critical Hotspots Del Carmen, General Luna and Burgos
      • Nine (9) POs have Livelihood/ micro-enterpise projects
      • Three (3) Eco-Tourism Support Enterprise operational
      Component 4 : Livelihood and Community Enterprise Development 4.5 M 1 M 1.5 M 2 M Dapa, General Luna and Burgos for SWM Burgos, Pilar and Sta.Monica
      • 3 SWM installed
      • 3 POWAS
      • installed
      • 3 BAWASA Formed
      Component 2 : Environmental Sanitation Services Improvement . 3 M 100,000 100,000 100,000 Siargao & Bucas Grande All Pilot Sites All Pilot Sites
      • PAMB / Sub-
      • Committees
      • revitalized
      • CV Groups
      • formed
      • Environmental
      • Task Force formed
      Component 5 : Partnership Building & Support to Environmental Law Enforcement
    • The aforementioned Indicative Budget for the SIPLAS FOCAS also excludes the operation cost of the Project Management Office ( PMO ) which will be established upon the approval of this Strategic Plan . This Indicative Budget excludes the actual counterpart of the local stakeholders, which may vary based on the actual capabilities of the LGUs and project proponents. 16.8 M 4.6 M 6.1 M 6.1 M TOTAL COST 1.2 M 200,000 500,000 500,000 All Pilot Areas Siargao and Bucas Grande All Pilot Areas All Pilot Municipalities
      • CMPEA installed
      • in 10 POs
      • 3 SIPLAS –wide
      • IEC Campaign
      • 9 Specific
      • Education
      • Campaign
      • Municipal
      • Environmental
      • Code passed
      Component 6 : Community Based Promotion, Education and Advocacy
    • for 2005 - 2006 DETAILED OPERATIONAL BUDGET 600,000 500,000 50,000 50,000 Pilot Areas for Year 1
      • 3 POs formed /
      • strengthened
      • SESDA
      • Reorganized
      Component 3 : Organizational Development & Institutional Strengthening 3.07 M 2.0 20,000 50,000 1 M General Luna Burgos
      • 1 SWM installed
      • 1 POWAS
      • installed /
      • BAWASA
      • Formed
      Component 2 : Environmental Sanitation Services Improvement 2.0 M 1.5 M 50,000 50,000 400,000 Mangrove : Del Carmen Sanctuary : Corrigedor Watershed : Burgos
      • 3 pilot sites
      • rehabilitated
      • 3 PO-BIOME
      • installed and
      • operational
      Component 1 : Sanctuary Installation and Eco-System Development PACAP LA NGO/ PO LGU TOTAL FUND SOURCE LOCATION TARGET OUTPUTS COMPONENTS
    • 1.68 M 1.5 M 30,000 50,000 100,000 Pilot Areas for Year 1
      • 3 POs have Livelihood/ com-enterprise projects
      • 1Eco-Tourism Support Activity
      Component 4 : Livelihood and Community Enterprise Development 8.1 M 6.1 M 150,000 250,000 1.6 M T O T A L 550,000 500,000 30,000 20,000 All Pilot Areas for Year 1 Siargao and Bucas Grande All Pilot Areas for Year 1
      • 3 POs with CMPEA operational
      • 1 SIPLAS –wide IEC Campaign
      • 3 Specific Education Campaign
      Component 6 : Community Based Promotion, Education and Advocacy 200,000 100,000 20,000 30,000 50,000 All Pilot Sites for Year 1
      • PAMB / Sub-Committees revitalized
      • 3 CV Groups formed
      Component 5 : Partnership Building & Support to Environmental Law Enforcement
    • USTAINABILITY PLAN The Sustainability Plan for the SIPLAS FOCAS will be collectively formulated by the stakeholders and will serve as the basis for its institutionalisation. Among the main considerations and assumptions that would substantiate the Sustainability Plan are :
      • The Incorporation of the SIPLAS Strategy in the Municipal Development and Investment Plans.
      • The Formulation and Enactment Environmental Code in all the Municipal LGUs with appropriate Budget Allocation, and the installation of Environmental Officer in key municipalities, those that benefited from the direct PACAP Assistance.
      • The re-organization of the PAMB Sub-Committees and the passage of Resolution to reactivate the Task Forces / FARMC / Rangers.
      S
      • The effective lobbying for the Passage of the SIPLAS Bill or the House Bill No.
      • 1379 “ An Act Establishing the Islands of Siargao and Bucas Grande as Protected
      • Area, Providing for its Management and for Other Purposes.
      • 4. The Specific Sustainability Plan for particular eco-system/habitat be incorporated in its respective BDPs and in the Operational Plan of the POs.
      • Arrangement will be made allowing a portion / percentage of the income from the PO-Managed Community Enterprise will be utilized as “Environmental Trust Fund”, of which the mechanics for its use will be determined based on the Sustainability Plan for the specific eco-system / habitat.
      • 7. All Project proposals generated from the SIPLAS area will be required its separate Sustainability Plan, and will be subject to the evaluation of the PMO.
      The actual SIPLAS Sustainability Plan will be formulated in the first six (6) months after the implementation of the FOCAS Strategy, during such time the parameters and projections will be more concrete and viable.
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This document : The Proposed Focus Area Community Assistance Scheme ( FOCAS ) for the Siargao Islands Protected Landscapes and Seascapes ( SIPLAS ) , was collectively formulated by the FOCAS Management Committee for the SIPLAS through a series of workshops and consultations conducted from June 2005 to July 2005. The data and analysis contained in this document are derived and based from the Siargao Integrated Development Plan ( SIDP ), which was also a product of a multi-stakeholders planning process initiated by the PPDO and the AusAID-PACAP. “ The Proposed Focus Area Community Assistance Scheme ( FOCAS ) for the Siargao Islands Protected Landscapes and Seascapes ( SIPLAS )” , was further presented and approved by the Protected Area Management Board ( PAMB ) for the SIPLAS during its regular meeting held on August 10, 2005 at Del Carmen, Surigao del Norte This is prepared and submitted to the Provincial Project Officer of the Australian Aid for International Development / Philippine – Australian Community Assistance Program ( AusAID - PACAP ) in compliance to the requirements for the provincial engagement.
    • INDICATIVE OPERATIONAL BUDGET FOR SIPLAS FOCAS OPERATION     The Project Management Office (PMO) as the managing and supervisory mechanism for the implementation of the SIPLAS FOCAS has its separate Budget Requirement, based on its distinct responsibilities.         FOCAS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SIPLAS PROPOSED OPERATIONAL BUDGET The FMC Operation Cost for the next three (3) years amounts to : PhP 3,006,000.00
    • --- --- 100,000.00 100,000.00 Mobility Expenses 24,000.00 24,000.00 24,000.00 72,000.00 Communications 24,000.00 24,000.00 24,000.00 72,000.00 Office Rental / Maintenance 24,000.00 24,000.00 24,000.00 72,000.00 Office Supplies --- --- 60,000.00 60,000.00 Office Equipments 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 60,000.00 Professional Fees 360,000.00 360,000.00 360,000.00 1,080,000.00 Salaries / Benefits OFFICE MANAGEMENT YEAR 3 YEAR 2 YEAR 1 ANNUAL BREAKDOWN TOTAL COST BUDGET ITEMS
    • YEAR 3 YEAR 2 YEAR 1 TOTAL COST BUDGET ITEMS 932,000.00 932,000.00 1,142,000.00 3,006,000.00   T O T A L 50,000.00 50,000.00 50,000.00 150,000.00 Policy Advocacy / Lobbying Cost 50,000.00 50,000.00 100,000.00 200,000.00 PACAP Promotion Activities 72,000.00 72,000.00 72,000.00 216,000.00 Project Development / Appraisal 72,000.00 72,000.00 72,000.00 216,000.00 Project Monitoring & Evaluation 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 300,000.00 Island – Wide / Site Specific IEC & Advocacy 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 300,000.00 Capability Building / Trainings 36,000.00 36,000.00 36,000.00 108,000.00 Meetings and Consultations PMO KEY ACTIVITIES