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Women Entrepreneurs Profile, Status, and Prospects in Region 1 (CY2010)

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    • Women Entrepreneurs: Profile, Status and Prospects in Region 1 FLORANTE O. LEAL, CESO III Regional Director Department of Trade and Industry Region 1 – City of San Fernando 2010 PFLCW 8th General Assembly Sison Auditorium, Provincial Capitol Lingayen, Pangasinan 11 November 2010 – 10:15 AM
    • SME Profile in the Region (CY 2003-2007) *BNR Data CY 2003-2007, DTI RO1 SIZE NUMBER % Share Micro 75,229 98.57 Small 908 1.19 Medium 137 0.18 Large 46 0.06 TOTAL 76,320 100%
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on Business Name Registration (CY2003-CY2007) Data shows there were more female Business Name Registrants within the 5 year period *BNR Data CY 2003-2007, DTI RO1 Year Total BNR Male % Share Female % Share 2003 13,954 5,887 42.19 8,067 57.80 2004 15,451 6,472 41.89 8,979 58.10 2005 15,326 6,562 42.82 8,764 57.17 2006 16,244 7,028 43.27 9,216 56.72 2007 15,345 6,466 42.14 8,879 57.85
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on BNR per Sector (CY2003-CY2007) *BNR Data CY 2003-2007, DTI RO1 Year Sector Total Male % Share Female % Share 2003 Manufacturing Service Trading 817 4,882 8,255 435 2,320 3,115 53.24 47.52 37.74 383 2,561 5,140 46.76 52.48 62.26 Total 13,954 5,870 42.06 8,084 57.80 2004 Manufacturing Service Trading 857 5,332 9,262 387 2,675 3,379 45.15 50.18 36.48 470 2,657 5,883 54.85 49.82 63.52 Total 15,451 6,441 41.89 9,010 58.11 2005 Manufacturing Service Trading 782 4,892 9,652 399 2,343 5,356 51.02 47.89 55.49 383 2,549 4,296 49.98 52.11 44.51 Total 15,326 8,098 52.86 7,228 47.14 2006 Manufacturing Service Trading 850 6,334 9,060 449 2,972 3,565 52.83 46.92 39.35 401 3,362 5,495 47.17 53.08 60.65 Total 16,244 6,986 43.27 9,258 56.73 2007 Manufacturing Service Trading 861 6,630 7,854 411 3,016 3,040 47.85 45.49 38.70 450 3,614 4,814 52.15 54.51 61.30 Total 15,345 6,467 42.14 8,878 57.86
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on DTI Assisted SME’s in Region 1 (CY 2007) Sector Total Male % Share Female % Share GTH 179 89 49.72 90 50.28 Processed Food 1,294 483 37.32 811 62.68 Handloom 100 40 40.00 60 60.00 Home Furnishing 394 210 53.29 184 46.71 Grand Total/ % Share to Total 1,967 822 41.78 1,145 58.22
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on the Number of Participants Attended the DTI Training Programs (CY 2003-2007) * SME Programs CY 2003-2007, DTI RO1 Year Client’s Training Total Male % Share Female % Share 2003 Skills (Basic/Upgrading) Managerial Entrepreneurial 4245 2273 53.55 1972 46.45 2004 Skills (Basic/Upgrading) Managerial Entrepreneurial 2842 1004 35.32 1838 64.68 2005 Skills (Basic/Upgrading) Managerial Entrepreneurial 2412 846 35.07 1566 64.03 2006 Skills (Basic/Upgrading) Managerial Entrepreneurial 3352 1577 47.04 1775 52.96 2007 Skills (Basic/Upgrading) Managerial Entrepreneurial 3244 951 29.31 2293 70.69 % Share to Total 16095 6651 41.32 9444 58.68
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on Overseas Employment Available Data of NSO, Region 1 *NSO Data CY 2005, Region 1 Total Male % Share Female % Share 402,000 136,000 33.83 266,000 66.17 CY 2005
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on OWWA Assisted Clients CY2007 *OWWA Data 2007, Region 1 Province Total Male % Share Female % Share Ilocos Norte 265 83 31.32 182 68.68 Ilocos Sur 5 1 20.00 4 80.00 La Union 15 5 33.33 10 66.67 Pangasinan 336 134 39.88 202 60.12 Grand Total 621 223 35.90 398 64.10
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on DSWD Assisted Clients CY 2007 *DSWD Data 2007, Region 1 Province Total Male % Share Female % Share Ilocos Norte 233 37 15.88 196 84.12 Ilocos Sur 276 56 20.28 220 79.72 La Union 381 64 16.80 317 83.20 Pangasinan 763 61 8.00 702 92.00 Grand Total 1,653 218 13.19 1,435 86.81
    • Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on DOLE Assisted Clients *DOLE Data 2007, Region 1 Province Total Male % Share Female % Share Ilocos Norte 2,269 1,335 58.83 934 41.17 Ilocos Sur 347 114 32.85 233 67.15 La Union 290 126 43.44 164 56.56 Pangasinan 2,376 1,295 54.50 1,081 45.50 Grand Total 5,282 2,870 54.33 2,412 45.67 CY2007
    • *TESDA Data 2007, Region 1 Profile of Women Entrepreneurs Based on TESDA Assisted Clients Province Total Male % Share Female % Share Ilocos Norte 8,075 2,900 35.91 5,175 64.09 Ilocos Sur 2,039 683 33.49 1,356 66.51 La Union 1,668 785 47.06 883 52.94 Pangasinan 2,155 577 26.77 1,578 73.23 Grand Total 13,937 4,945 35.48% 8,992 64.52% CY2007
    • Support Programs for Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1 by RLAs Kind of Program Implementing Agency H.A.T.A.W. – Harnessing Appropriate Technology to Assist Women which seeks technology based solutions to community-based problems in general, and lack of women’s economic opportunities in particular. Sample projects like development of virgin coconut oil; harvesting janitor fish as alternative source of fuel; and tapping safe biotechnology practices to boost productivity. P340 M has been earmarked for this project To be implemented by the DOST nationwide P.O.W.E.R. – Projects for Women Entrepreneurs which provides additional capital infusion and bridge financing. This can be utilized to start uf a “Botika sa Barangay” and “Tindahan Natin” outlets. P43 M has been allotted through the DSWD for implementation nationwide
    • Regular Skills/Entrepreneurship Training Program such as:  Commercial Cooking  Dressmaking  Food and Beverage Services  Food Processing  Housekeeping  Jewelry Making PGMA-Training for Work Scholarship Program:  Care giving  Household Services Reintegration Program and Entrepreneurship Program TESDA’s Free Training Program Entry Requirements:  Must be at least 16 years old  Must be a high school graduate and  Must pass the qualifying examination and interviews Contact: tesdawomen@yahoo.com Implemented by OWWA Region 1 thru their OFW “Groceria” Project & OWWA-NLSF Support Programs for Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1 by RLAs
    • Support Programs for Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1 by RLAs  Women Workers’ Employment & Entrepreneurship Development (WEED)  Promotion of Rural Employment thru Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship Development (PRESEED) Implemented by the DOLE under the Bureau of Women & Young Workers (BWYW) Other Fund Access Programs:  An Act Providing Assistance to Women Entrepreneurs (RA 7882)  Recognizes the special role of women in development and supports women entrepreneurs who are engaged in manufacturing, processing, service and trading businesses GFIs like LBP and the DBP are mandated to provide assistance to:  NGOs engaged in developing women’s enterprises to a limit of P2M, provided the NGO has an operating track record of a year;  Existing women enterprises to the upper limit of P50,000.00 and  Potential women entrepreneurs with sufficient training up to a limit of P25,000.00 each.
    •  UN Millennium Development Goals  Goal No. 3: Promote Gender Equality & Women Empowerment Source: SIDLAK Gender Resource
    •  Women greatly comprise the micro- entrepreneurs in the country (GEM 2006 Survey)  Of 42 countries, the Philippines registered the 2nd highest rate of women involved in business  Although on a global scale there are more men in business, in the Philippines the women are as likely to go into business as men.
    • DTI Business Name Registration: More women register new businesses BUT their numbers decline when it comes to business name renewals (done once every five years. In 2008, 49 percent of those who registered for a new business name were female, while 42 percent were male. The remaining nine percent were registered as corporations, cooperatives and partnerships Source: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI- HO), 2008
    • …more female than male entrepreneurs took part in DTI trainings (52 percent) and availed of the business development services of DTI for MSMEs (54 percent). Source: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI-HO), 2008
    •  Enhancing Competitiveness thru Gender Mainstreaming DTI’s Support Programs for Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1
    •  apply a customized gender mainstreaming approach that is suited to the business and economic environment specific to the Philippines. “…this particular approach veers away from the traditional framework that highlights the plight of women (for example, the feminization of poverty), and which pinpoints gender discrimination against women as a cause for them not being able to access finance, services, or pursue business opportunities. It rather highlights the fact that, as women owners comprise more than half of registered businesses in the Philippines, their potential as successful entrepreneurs is a competitive advantage that the country must harness.” Source: GTZ-PSP GAD Briefing Paper
    • SMART ECONOMICS…. …why it makes sense to integrate gender  Provides a strategic focus that looks at women’s and men’s access to resources and opportunities and also specifically addresses gender related constraints to running a business successfully, enhancing productivity and making businesses grow.
    •  Looking at the national perspective, women from all parts of the region is encouraged to become enterprising considering that the “government is determined to succeed in supporting the economic empowerment of women” as their significant role to the development of the nation is recognized by both national and local leaders. (March 2008, by President Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo in Malacañang during the Women’s Month Celebration) Prospects of Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1
    •  A potential to succeed considering the menu of available services infused by different regional line agencies such as technical, capability/skills training, marketing and financing programs, as presented.  The menu of available assistance given by the identified RLAs is a springboard to give economic value to women’s contribution to bring about globalized economy in the countryside. Prospects of Women Entrepreneurs in Region 1
    • Womentrepreneurs… According to Peny Azarcon de la Cruz of PDI - Women Entrepreneurs are:  More mature  More enterprising  More adventurous  Hands-on management due to household chores  More innovative and good at management
    • Summary  Women entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs from this region can never go wrong if they opt to become “Entrepreneurial”. One only has to look around, explore and hone one’s Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies (PECs) to achieve “Economic Empowerment”.
    • Thank you!