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DOLE Regional Director Sisinio Cano discuss new programs of the government to fund women-initiated livelihood projects during the 11th General Assembly of PFLCW in Dipolog City

DOLE Regional Director Sisinio Cano discuss new programs of the government to fund women-initiated livelihood projects during the 11th General Assembly of PFLCW in Dipolog City

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    • DOLE INTEGRATED LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM (DILP) November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • PROGRAM CATEGORIES Capacity Building Program … …for livelihood enhancement …for livelihood restoration …for livelihood formation November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • PROGRAM CATEGORIES Capacity Building for Livelihood Enhancement … to enable the self-employed and unpaid family workers in the informal economy to make their existing livelihood undertakings grow into viable and sustainable business November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • PROGRAM CATEGORIES Capacity Building for Livelihood Restoration… … to enable the self-employed workers in the informal economy who lost their livelihood resources due to natural calamities and disasters to restore their lost livelihood undertaking November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • PROGRAM CATEGORIES Capacity Building for Livelihood Formation… … to enable the long – term unemployed poor to engage in individual/ selfemployment undertakings; or …to enable the rank and file wage workers seeking to augment their income to engage in collective enterprise undertaking November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • SPECIAL GROUPS OF WORKERS Urban Poor O U P S Differently Abled Person Youth Indigenous Peoples T Y G R Displaced Workers Parents of child laborers P R I O R I Disadvantaged Women Landless Farmers/ Fisherfolks November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • IMPLEMENTATION SCHEME  Delivery of capability building services through Accredited Co-Partners (ACPs)  Whenever possible, services to be delivered in convergent areas November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • FUNDING REQUIREMENT  Fund releases in tranches based on approved project proposal  Amount to be availed depend on the kind of livelihood undertaking and individual business plan November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • EVALUATION AND APPROVAL of PROJECT PROPOSALS For evaluation of Funding assistance below P500,000 DPMTAC and approval by RD Funding assistance P500,000 and above but below P1M For evaluation of DPMTAC and concerned RCC member/s and approval by RD Funding assistance P1M and above November 21, 2013 Dipolog City For evaluation of CO and approval by Secretary Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • EVALUATION AND APPROVAL of PROJECT PROPOSALS Proposals to be financed by centrallymanaged funds shall be endorsed to the Central Office for evaluation and approval November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • MONITORING OF PROJECTS  The FOs and RO shall monitor projects up to a maximum of 3 years and shall submit the following reports to the concerned Bureaus / Program Manager: November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • MONITORING OF PROJECTS o Project Completion Report (upon completion of DOLE commitments) o Quarterly Program Progress Report (within 10 days after the end of each quarter) o Project Terminal Report (by the end of the 3rd year monitoring period) November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • ACCREDITATION OF CO-PARTNER November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Eligibility and Accreditation A. Workers’ Organization either Non-Government Organizations Requirements (NGOs) or People’s Organizations or POs (Cooperatives, Unions, Rural Workers Associations (RWA), and Other Informal Sector Organizations. 1. 2. 3. 4. Application Letter addressed to DOLE Regional Director Duly accomplished application form Certificate of Registration with SEC, CDA or DOLE Authenticated copy of the latest Articles of Incorporation for SEC-registered, Articles of Cooperation for CDAregistered, or Constitution and By-Laws for DOLEregistered November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Eligibility and Accreditation A. Workers’ Organization either Non-Government Organizations Requirements (NGOs) or People’s Organizations or POs (Cooperatives, Unions, Rural Workers Associations (RWA), and Other Informal Sector Organizations. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Audited Financial Reports for the past three (3) years. Disclosure of other related business Work and Financial Plan List and/or photographs of completed similar projects Sworn affidavit of the Secretary of NGO/PO that none of the officers is an agent of or related to DOLE officials 10.Bio-Data and Police Clearance of Officers November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Eligibility and Accreditation A. Workers’ Organization either Non-Government Organizations Requirements (NGOs) or People’s Organizations or POs (Cooperatives, Unions, Rural Workers Associations (RWA), and Other Informal Sector Organizations. 11. Resolution identifying the authorized person to transact business with the DOLE 12. Certification from LGU 13. Business Permit, if operational 14. No accreditation Fee 15. Indefinite Validity Period 16. Apply at the Regional Office (thru the Field Offices) November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Eligibility and Accreditation B. Government Organizations (GOs), Local Government Requirements Units (LGUs), and other Government Agencies 1. Project Proposal or Feasibility Study (supported by the applicable existing and duly-approved local development plan. 2. Appropriate Board/SP/SB Resolution (approving the application for assistance and stating that the LGU or GO has appropriated funds as equity of the project. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Requirements for Application for Livelihood Project Grants a. Application Letter addressed to the Regional Director b. Certificate of Accreditation if the ACP is an NGO/PO c. Certificate of Registration of the proponent d. Complete Project Proposal approved/signed by its officers e. Profile of target beneficiaries f. Work and Financial Plan, and Sources and Details of Proponents Equity Participation in the Project. g. Disclosure by the NGO/PO of Other Related Business, if any, and Extent of Ownership therein November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Requirements for Application for Livelihood Project Grants h. List and/or photographs of similar projects previously completed by the NGO/PO, if any, indicating the source of funds for their implementation i. A Sworn Affidavit of the Secretary of the NGO/PO that none of its incorporators, organizers, directors or officials is an agent of or related by consanguinity or affinity up to the fourth civil degree to the officials of the DOLE authorized to process and/or approve the proposal, the MOA and the release of funds. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Requirements for Application for Livelihood Project Grants j. k. l. m. No application fee Indefinite validity of proposal Apply at the Field Offices/Regional Office 20% equity of the total project cost November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Penalty/ies  No succeeding fund release/s if ACP has not submitted the fund utilization report/s (liquidation report/s) on the previous fund release/s.  For ACPs who have not submitted the fund utilization report/s (liquidation report/s) despite follow-ups made by the DOLE:  Include in the blacklist/s thereby prohibiting or disqualifying them to apply for any DOLE grants;  Enforce refund of grants made by the DOLE; and  File the necessary lawsuit/s against the ACP. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Kabuhayan Starter Kits Special Features: Livelihood Formation for workers in the informal economy. Provision of livelihood starter kits Start quickly a livelihood undertaking November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Kabuhayan Starter Kits Eligible Beneficiaries: Poor and long-term unemployed: (OSY, women, parents of child laborers, indigenous peoples, physically/occupationally disabled, urban poor, elderly persons, landless farmers/fisherfolks and other workers in the informal economy, displaced workers, OFW returnees and their families, either individually or group. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Kabuhayan Starter Kits Services: Short-period training on production skills with entrepreneurship and business management Provision of Livelihood tools, equipment, materials and inputs Provision of continuing business advisory and consultancy services Social Protection Services November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Kabuhayan Starter Kits Priority Projects: Simple house-to-house service-oriented skills (massage, plumbing, cosmetology, electrical servicing, welding, native snack preparation, car wash, motorcycle repair, cellular phone repair, appliance repair, upholstery repair, etc.) Existing skills of beneficiaries acquired through formal training New skills that can be enhanced/improved through short-period training November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • Kabuhayan Starter Kits Amount of Tools, Jigs and Equipment to be funded: Not more than P10,000.00 per beneficiary. Program Implementers: LGUs and Accredited Private Sector (ACP) DOLE Regional/Field Office TESDA and other training institutions may be tapped to provide trainings for identified priority skills November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • NEGO-KART (Negosyo sa Kariton) Special Features: oFor ambulant vendors in major cities and municipalities oExisting livelihood grow into profitable and sustainable business oIncome to level at par with minimum wage earners, at the least November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • NEGO-KART (Negosyo sa Kariton) Services: oAcquisition of vending cart and accessory livelihood tools (P12,000.00) oProvision of working capital (P2,500.00) oTraining on production skills, EDT and Business Management (P500.00) November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • NEGO-KART (Negosyo sa Kariton) Services: o Ambulant vendors shall be assisted in forming their organization that will promote mutual aid and protection such as collective savings mobilization for social protection coverage under SSS/PhilHealth and other common concerns. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • NEGO-KART (Negosyo sa Kariton) Target Areas and Clients: o Major cities/municipalities with heavy concentration or large number of ambulant vendors. o Ambulant vendors of legal age, without business permits November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region
    • NEGO-KART (Negosyo sa Kariton) Program Implementers  DOLE in partnership with LGUs, private sector and other interested parties which shall cost-share the provision of services  Any of the DOLE partners may serve as ACP. November 21, 2013 Dipolog City Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Zamboanga Peninsula Region