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CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
CDM Lambigit 2010– 011 Accomplishment Report
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  • Because national raises funds on admin, on admin, you should raise it also locally. Site examples PROGRAM: e.g., Butuan = 5M, Comval = continuous ADMIN: Bukidnon = raise their own admin (how many people are donating? Explain that we are one family and it is all one fund that is just managed by the different parts of the body.  But all are critical for us to be able to do our work.  And whether the fund is raised locally or nationally, we all have to work as one team.
  • ‘ - How will we raise funds locally? Not about fund-raising but friend-raising.
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    • 1. 2010 – 2011 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT “Strengthening The Backbone” Mr. Roderico Y. Dumaug, Jr. Regional Chairperson, CDM Lambigit 2 ND Regional Assembly, June 19, 2011
    • 2. REGION OF THE FIRSTS
      • May 30, 2010 – First to organize the Regional Council
      • June 19, 2010 – First to hold Regional Assembly
      • June 19, 2010 – First to reach 50 members
      • March 5, 2011 – First to create, elect and empower the Districts
      • June 19, 2011 – First to hold a 2 nd Regional Assembly
    • 3. “ HABIT OF THE MIND”
      • 5 BOS initiated by the Region and simultaneous holding of BOS among the District Councils
      • May 14, 2011 Centrist Democratic Forum on Decentralization and Political Reforms
      • 18 Trained Trainers
      • 2 Attended the Germany Study Tour
      • 1 Accepted in KAS Scholarship Program
      • 43 Attended National Gatherings
      • Speaker to 7 National Gatherings
    • 4. “ HABIT OF THE HEART”
      • Regional Chairperson as the 1 st Interim National President
      • Deputy Chairperson as National Chair on Thematic Commission on Home Affairs
      • 3 Lambigit members sit in the National Council
      • Lambigit leads in attaining the CDM’s Vision
      • Lambigit is exemplifying the Culture of Excellence
    • 5. “ HABIT OF ACTION”
      • From 7 members to 122 Members as of May 23
      • From nothing to an Income of almost P 150T
      • From one Regional Council to 5 Empowered District Councils
    • 6. LAMBIGIT: A MODEL TEMPLATE FOR NATION BUILDING
      • Not because of lack of resources but a lack of solidarity among Filipinos
      • Not because of lack of money but a loss of human dignity
      OUR DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT IS NOT AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM BUT A LACK OF SENSE OF NATIONHOOD AND IN VALUING HUMAN DIGNITY
    • 7. 2011 VISION OF LAMBIGIT
      • CDM Lambigit is a Political Movement that positions leaders with Centrist Democratic Ideologies through the active Involvement of Committed Successor Generation for Societal Transformation in Northern Mindanao
    • 8. LAMBIGIT’S OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK OUR CORE VALUE : HUMAN DIGNITY SOLIDARITY SUBSIDIARITY EXCELLENCE VOLUNTEERISM HEROISM SERVANT LEADERSHIP
    • 9. 1 – WHEN WE BUILD THIS MOVEMENT OUR CORE VALUE : HUMAN DIGNITY BUILDING THE MOVEMENT MAINSTREAMING THE PRINCIPLES OF SOLIDARITY , SUBSIDIARITY AND EXCELLENCE
    • 10. 2 – IN BUILDING THE NATION OUR CORE VALUE : HUMAN DIGNITY BUILDING THE NATION RESTORING THE DIGNITY OF EVERY FILIPINO
    • 11. OUR CORE VALUE : HUMAN DIGNITY BUILDING THE MOVEMENT MAINSTREAMING THE PRINCIPLE OF SOLIDARITY , SUBSIDIARITY AND EXCELLENCE LAMBIGIT’S OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK BUILDING THE NATION RESTORING THE DIGNITY OF EVERY FILIPINO
    • 12.
      • Making Lambigit Politically Significant in the Region
        • Not present in major areas in North Min
      • Relevancy of Lambigit to the people of Northern Mindanao
        • Greater majority of the people and various sector does not know about what we are advocating
      OUR CHALLENGES IN GROWTH AND OUR RESPONSE
      • Organize all the 22 Districts in the Region
      • Conduct Grass Root Orientations
    • 13.
      • Increased Demand in Operations from a Young to a Growing Movement
        • Challenged operational delivery
      • Connection with the National Council is basically based on our numbers
        • Not assured of stable and strong representation in the National Council
      OUR RESPONSE
      • Formulate Efficient Operational Mechanisms
      • Achieve the Goal of 500 Dues-Paying Members per District for this year.
    • 14.
      • Entry of Political Power Holders
        • Need to connect with them
      • Practicing our core value on Human Dignity
        • Lacks identity as Centrist Democrat in the Region
      OUR RESPONSE
      • Organize them and make them Centrists in Public
      • Implement the Political Programs to ensure a Centrist Identity
    • 15. STRENGTHENING THE BACKBONE Organize the Districts Build clear accountabilities among those in the backbone organization Political Movement that positions Centrist Political Leaders in NorthMin Build a solid member-based political movement Ensure full payment of Membership Dues among the members Raised resources for political programs and over head costs
    • 16. EMPOWER THE DISTRICT ACCOUNTABILITY and CONSISTENCY should be collective SUSTAINABILITY means that in the Region NO DISTRICT SHOULD BE LEFT BEHIND Respecting SUBSIDIARITY Reinforcing EXCELLENCE Relating in SOLIDARITY
    • 17. SOLIDARITY IN THE REGION
    • 18.
      • HUMAN DIGNITY for Nation Building
      • PASSION attains our VISION
      • EXCELLENCE creates CREDIBILITY
      • SOLIDARITY drives TEAMWORK
      • SUBSIDIARITY drives COMMITMENT and COURAGE
      LAMBIGIT: OUR OPERATIONAL DOCTRINES
    • 19. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? RESOURCES DISTRICTS MEMBERS LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS IN THE REGION FULL PAYING MEMBERS TO COVER OUR OPERATIONAL COSTS 5 DISTRICTS 122 Members P 150 T 22 DISTRICTS 500 Members per District P 1 Million
    • 20. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? MEMBERSHIP MARCH 30, 2011 MAY 23, 2011 PERCENTAGE Over-All 104 122 17.3% Full-Pay Members 21 22 18% Total Amount of Collected Fees 55,080.00 1 st District of CDO 17 21 2 nd District of CDO 15 22 2 nd District of Misamis Oriental 13 17 District of Iligan 45 45 District of Lanao del Norte 6 6 Misamis Occidental 0 1 Bukidnon 6 7 Agusan Provinces 1 1
    • 21. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? 40% SHARE REMITTANCE AS OF MAY 23, 2011 DATE AMOUNT November 5, 2010 10,000.00 November 9, 2010 2,560.00 May 23, 2011 9,672.00 Total 22,232.00
    • 22. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? NAME OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS OR POLITICAL PERSONALITIES WHO ARE CDM LAMBIGIT MEMBERS AS OF MAY 23, 2011 Name Public Position District Rufus Rodriguez Representative 2 nd District of Cagayan de Oro Ulwan Dimaporo Municipal Mayor Sultan Naga Dimaporo, Lanao del Norte Bernabe Ely Municipal Vice Mayor Manticao, Misamis Oriental Candido Pancrudo Former Representative Bukidnon Bong Fabe Publisher 2 nd District of Cagayan de Oro Lyndon Mocorro Barangay Official Iligan City Ciriaco Sanchez Barangay Official Iligan City Bruce Colao Municipal Administrator Lugait, Misamis Oriental Patricio Parami PESO Administrator Lugait, Misamis Oriental Bong Aberilla Municipal Admin Manticao, Misamis Oriental *Centrist Forum/BOS for Public Officials held last May 14, 2011
    • 23. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? REGIONAL ALTERNATES RANK NAME POSITION 1 RODERICO Y. DUMAUG, JR. Regional Chairperson 2 BRUCE COLAO Regional Deputy Chairperson 3 JORDAN JAY ANTOLIN Regional Treasurer 4 LORELYN T. DUMAUG Regional Secretary 5* OLIVER PLAZA II District Chairperson, 1 st District CDO 6* JEROME FELIX District Chairperson, 2 nd District CDO 7* OWEN LOPEZ District Chairperson, Iligan City 8* PATRICIO PARAMI, JR. District Chairperson, 2 nd District Misamis Oriental 9* ABEL JOSE MOYA District Chairperson, Lanao del Norte * Any District who may recruit members that may significantly increase the number of seats of CDM Lambigit to the National Council, their Chairperson or any Officer will seat as an alternate as provided for in their approve District Resolution as the case may be.
    • 24. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES OF CDM NORTHERN MINDANAO – LAMBIGIT PERIOD: APRIL TO JUNE 2011                   RANK STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE PERSON SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TARGETS FOR 2ND QUARTER OF 2011 INDICATORS OF SUCCESS APRIL MAY JUNE 1 ADVOCACY PROJECT: CONDUCT OF ADVOCACIES ON FEDERALISM BRUCE COLAO INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE SUBJECT ON DECENTRALIZATION AND FEDERALISM CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND POLITICAL REFORM WITH PHILIP CAMARA TALKING ABOUT PRINCIPLE ON SUBSIDIARITY AND THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NORTHERN MINDANAO POLITICAL LEADERS BECOMING A MEMBER 1 CONGRESSMAN, 1 FORMER CONGRESSMAN, MAYORS, ABC PRESIDENTS, COUNCILORS
    • 25. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES OF CDM NORTHERN MINDANAO – LAMBIGIT PERIOD: APRIL TO JUNE 2011                   RANK STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE PERSON SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TARGETS FOR 2ND QUARTER OF 2011 INDICATORS OF SUCCESS APRIL MAY JUNE 2 CAMPAIGN FOR RECRUITMENT IN THE ENTIRE REGION SEVERAL CONDUCT COLLOQUIA AND BOS 1 FORUM & 4 BOS CREATION OF DISTRICTS 3 ADDITIONAL DISTRICTS ELECTION OF DISTRICT COUNCIL OFFICERS FULLY FUNCTIONING DISTRICT COUNCILS 3 POLITICAL EDUCATION: INCLUSION OF PEACE BUILDING IN THE BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM PRECIOUS DERRO INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE SUBJECT ON PEACE CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND POLITICAL REFORM WITH GEN. JOSE ALMONTE TALING ABOUT NATIONAL SECURITY AND PEACE IN MINDANAO
    • 26. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES OF CDM NORTHERN MINDANAO - LAMBIGIT PERIOD: APRIL TO JUNE 2011                   RANK STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE PERSON SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TARGETS FOR 2ND QUARTER OF 2011 INDICATORS OF SUCCESS APRIL MAY JUNE 4 ADVOCACY PROJECT: LOBBYING FOR THE PASSAGE OF THE ELECTORAL REFORM LAWS DIVINA SUSON INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE PASSAGE OF ELECTORAL REFORM LAW CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM WITH CONG. RODRIGUEZ 5 POLITICAL PROJECT: ESTABLISHMENT OF INSTITUTE FOR LOCAL DEMOCRACY (ILDEM) JUN DUMAUG SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL TO UNIVERSITY PENDING DUE TO THE CONDUCT OF CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND OTHER NATIONAL ACTIVTIES 6 ADVOCACY PROJECT: PROMOTION OF LOCAL PRODUCTS JORDAN JAY ANTOLIN CONTACTING LOCAL BUSINESSMEN PENDING DUE TO THE CONDUCT OF CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND OTHER NATIONAL ACTIVTIES
    • 27. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES OF CDM NORTHERN MINDANAO - LAMBIGIT PERIOD: APRIL TO JUNE 2011                   RANK STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE PERSON SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TARGETS FOR 2ND QUARTER OF 2011 INDICATORS OF SUCCESS APRIL MAY JUNE 7 POLITICAL EDUCATION: THE NEED TO AMEND THE 1987 PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION LORELYN T. DUMAUG INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE SUBJECT ON CHARTER CHANGE CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND POLITICAL REFORM WITH CHIEF JUSTICE REYNATO PUNO DELIVERING HIS KEYNOTE SPEECH ON POLITICAL REFORM LINK WITH DIFFERENT SECTORS SECTOR IDENTIFIED 8 POLITICAL EDUCATION: NEED FOR A LAW DISMANTLING AND CRIMINALIZING PRIVATE ARMIES JASON MANAOIS INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE DISCUSSION ON POLITICAL AND PRIVATE ARMIES PENDING DUE TO THE CONDUCT OF CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND OTHER NATIONAL ACTIVTIES
    • 28. WHERE ARE WE TODAY? STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES OF CDM NORTHERN MINDANAO - LAMBIGIT PERIOD: APRIL TO JUNE 2011                   RANK STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE PERSON SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TARGETS FOR 2ND QUARTER OF 2011 INDICATORS OF SUCCESS APRIL MAY JUNE 9 LINKING WITH REGIONAL AND LOCAL BUSINESSMEN SEVERAL PILOT STAGE PENDING DUE TO THE CONDUCT OF CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND OTHER NATIONAL ACTIVTIES 10 ADVOCACY PROJECT: LOBBYING FOR THE PASSAGE OF THE COMPETITION LAW JORDAN JAY ANTOLIN INCLUDE IN THE COLLOQUIA THE SUBJECT ON COMPETITION LAW CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON DECENTRALIZATION AND POLITICAL REFORM IDENTIFY LOCAL LEGISLATORS CONGRESSMAN RUFUS RODRIGUEZ, AUTHOR OF THE COMPETITION LAW NOW MEMBER OF CDM LAMBIGIT
    • 29. TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD THIS NATION REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 30. EACH ONE HAVING AN IMPORTANT ROLE TO PLAY REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 31. HERE IS WHERE THE ACTION IS REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 32. CREATING A CENTRIST PUBLIC VALUE REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 33. COOL MINDS, BURNING HEART AND PATIENCE REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 34. STAND STRONG TOGETHER AND UNITED REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 35. JOIN FORCES IN BUILDING THE NATION REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 36. TOGETHER WE CAN RESTORE THE DIGNITY OF EVERY FILIPINO REGIONAL COUNCIL
    • 37. OUR ROADMAP BUILDER OF THE NATION SELECTED SUCCESSOR GENERATION VOLUNTEER FOR THE MOVEMENT
        • Recruited, inspired and organized
        • Trained and Exposed to the Deficits of our Country
        • Involved with other successor generation from other regions
        • Empowered through our Commitment
        • Recruit and Inspire Others to Join
        • Developing an Organizational Culture and Mechanism
        • Credible to Lead in transforming the Nation
        • Clear accountability to the organization
        • Sustainability, Relevancy and Consistency of the movement
    • 38. OUR FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY Raising resources to BUILD AND TRANSFORM THE NATION Raising funds to MEET OPERATIONAL NEEDS Subsidiarity Membership Dues Accountability
    • 39. UNDERSTAND OUR COSTS 60 % Retention In the Region 40% TO THE NATIONAL COUNCIL 60% RETENTION
    • 40. HOW WILL WE ACHIEVE FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY? Subsidiarity Membership Dues Accountability
    • 41.
      • Empower the District. Work as one team & share our resources.
      • Everyone should contribute.
      • A challenge to raise funds locally
      SUBSIDIARITY
    • 42.
      • Important Stakeholders not Source of Funds Generation
      • Member in Good Standing not Patrons & Sponsors
      • Relationship Building not just being Member
      MEMBERSHIP DUES
    • 43.
      • We are PASSIONATE VOLUNTEER of this work
      ACCOUNTABILITY On-time delivery Within budget Reports Liquidation
      • Let’s uphold that trust by being TRANSPARENT to our members and partners.
    • 44. LET OUR CORE VALUE ON HUMAN DIGNITY BE OUR INSTIGATOR AND THE REASON WHY WE ARE HERE COMMITTED TO THIS MOVEMENT
      • VALUES ARE THE INSTIGATORS OF OUR ACTIONS AND THE REASONS AND PROSPECTS OF OUR COMMITMENTS
    • 45. DAGHANG SALAMAT

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