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  • 1. CY 2013 FIRST QUARTER RPMES REPORT Republic of the Philippines Cordillera Administrative Region Regional Project Monitoring Committee Prepared by the National Economic and Development Authority Cordillera Administrative Region RPMC Secretariat Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road ARISP III CHARMP 2 Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Tourism Roads
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS Main Report: I CY 2013 Major Programs and Projects ------- 1 II Project Implementation Status ------- 2 III CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects ------- 4 IV RPMC Project Site Inspections ------- 4 V Special Projects of CAR ------- 5 Annexes: A CY 2013 Major Programs/Projects ------- A-1 B CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road ------- B-1 Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary ------- B-8 Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access ------- B-11 National Greening Program (NGP) ------- B-15 Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Program (CHARMP 2) ------- B-17 Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Program (ARISP III) ------- B-20 C Special Projects PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) ------- C-1 Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region (SPCAR) ------- C-6
  • 3. 1 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report FIRST QUARTER CY 2013 RPMES REPORT The Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) report is prepared on a quarterly basis to provide an overall view on the status of major program/project (P/Ps) implementation in the region. The report is based on the submission of 13 regional line agencies (RLAs) and seven provincial and city local government units (LGUs). I. CY 2013 Major Programs/Projects For CY 2013, there are 105 major P/Ps with an aggregate cost of PhP 11.675 billion. Forty-four P/Ps are new, with an aggregate cost of about PhP 1.1 billion while 61 projects are either carry- over or multi-year projects, with an aggregate cost of PhP 10.6 billion. Among the sectors, the economic development sector has the highest total project cost with PhP 6.623 billion or 57 percent, followed by the infrastructure development sector with PhP 3.308 billion or 28 percent, and the social development sector has the least with PhP 1.464 billion or 13 percent. Also included are two special programs to push autonomy and peace development in the Cordillera region, namely the PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn (PAMANA) amounting to PhP 262 million or two percent and the Social Preparation of CAR into an Autonomous Region (SPCAR) amounting to PhP 18 million or 0.2 percent. In terms of funding source, 64 percent is locally funded while 36 percent is foreign-assisted. The foreign-assisted projects are: (1) Second Cordillera Highland Agriculture Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2), IFAD, PhP 3.1 billion; (2) Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), World Bank, PhP 767.7 million; (3) Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (ARISP III), JBIC, PhP 273.2 Million; (4) Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS), World Bank, PhP 86.5 million; (5) Philippine Response to Indigenous Peoples’ and Muslim Education (PRIME), AusAid, PhP 4 million; (6) Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System, JICA; and (7) Rural Micro-Enterprises Promotion Program (RuMEPP), IFAD.
  • 4. 2 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report II. Project Implementation Status For the first quarter, the overall status of project implementation is 44.67 percent. The economic sector posted the highest accomplishment, followed by the infrastructure sector, then the social sector. Projects under the SPCAR posted an accomplishment of 39.25 percent, while the PAMANA program had an accomplishment rate of 6.56 percent with most of the projects still at the pre-implementation stage. (Please refer to Annex A for the detailed status of the 105 projects) Implementation Status as of March 2013 The Economic Sector posted an overall accomplishment of 48.2 percent. The sector’s accomplishment improved from 2012 due to the better performance of its banner project, DA’s foreign-assisted project Second Phase of Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project or CHARMP 2 costing about PhP 3 Billion. While the project still has a negative slippage of 9.5 percent, this has significantly improved from double-digit negative slippages in 2012, the last of which was 19 percent at yearend. The other projects under the sector are DAR’s Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP III), DA’s Farm-to- Market Roads, DENR’s National Greening Program (NGP), NIA’s Irrigation Projects, DTI’s One Town One Product Program (OTOP) and Shared Service Facilities (SSF), and DOST’s Small Enterprises Technology Program (SETUP). The Infrastructure Sector had an overall accomplishment of 44.29 percent, composed of DPWH’s priority road projects (mainly laterals that link CAR to regions I and II), bridge projects, and tourism road projects under the Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access, a collaborative program with DOT.
  • 5. 3 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report The Social Sector obtained an overall accomplishment of 36.49 percent. The projects reported under the sector are DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), DepEd’s School Building Program (Regular and Red and Black) and Philippine Response to Indigenous Peoples and Muslim Education (PRIME), and DOH’s Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP) and foreign-assisted Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Service. The sector’s low performance may be partly attributed to the high negative slippage of PRIME. The overall performance during the quarter translates to five projects completed, four projects ahead of schedule, 62 projects on track, 12 projects behind schedule, 16 projects at the pre-implementation stage, and 6 projects realigned. Of the 12 projects reported behind schedule, nine projects posted slippages less than negative 15 percent. For the road infrastructure projects, the reasons reported were road right-of-way (RROW) issues, lack of manpower, bogged down or damaged equipment, inclement weather, natural calamities and disasters (i.e., typhoons), and the peace and order situation within the project area. For CHARMP 2, the negative slippage incurred by the project was mainly because of the delayed implementation of the rural infrastructure development (RID) component due to the difficulty of LGUs in providing cash counterpart. For ARISP III, the delays on some projects were due to RROW, lack of equipment, and low manpower assigned to the project. Three projects posted slippages greater than negative 15 percent, namely, 1) PRIME (-54%), 2) Kalinga-Abra Road (-22.37%), and 3) Pico-Lamtang Road, Shilan-Beckel Road (-18.56%). PRIME remains to be the most problematic project, posting a negative slippage of 54 percent. This was due to the overlapping schedule of activities at the DepEd division offices and regional office. The Kalinga-Abra Road was supposed to have been completed on March 14, 2013 but due to RROW problems that cannot be resolved, the project is for termination. Meanwhile, the Pico-Lamtang Road, Shilan-Beckel Road is suspended also due to RROW problem. As-Staked Plan and Variation Order are in process. Agencies have adopted catch-up plans to put the projects back on track.
  • 6. 4 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report III. CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects The CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects gives a view of the status of program/project implementation for selected projects of regional and national significance. From the 105 programs/projects, eight were selected based on the criteria set during the RPMES national forum: (1) foreign- assisted projects (FAP/ODA), (2) inter-provincial, (3) large scale cost, (4) national priority, critical projects by the Office of the President (OP), and (5) regional priority. These programs/projects with an aggregate cost of PhP 6.2 billion are closely monitored by the RPMC. These programs/projects are as follows: (Please refer to Annex B for the details of the eight priority sectoral programs/projects) 1. Apayao Roads 2. Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access 3. National Greening Program (NGP) 4. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2) 5. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III (ARISP III) 6. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) 7. Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP) 8. Basic Education Facilities IV. RPMC Project Inspections The priority P/Ps for site inspection were approved during the RPMC first quarter meeting held on March 26, 2013. All the eight priority programs/projects shall be visited by the Regional Inspectorate Team (RIT) throughout the year. The following table indicates the schedule of project visit and RPMC Team Leader: CY 2013 List of Priority Programs/Projects for Inspection by the RIT Name of Program/Project (Implementing Agency) Schedule of Project Visit RPMC Team Leader 1. Apayao Roads (DPWH) a. Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road b. Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road 2nd quarter Dir. Clarence Baguilat 2. Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access (DPWH) 2nd quarter Dir. Milagros Rimando 3. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (DSWD) 3rd quarter Ms. Lynn Madalang
  • 7. 5 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report CY 2013 List of Priority Programs/Projects for Inspection by the RIT Name of Program/Project (Implementing Agency) Schedule of Project Visit RPMC Team Leader 4. Health Facilities Enhancement Program (DOH) 3rd quarter Dir. John Castañeda 5. Basic Education Facilities (DepEd) 4th quarter Dir. Liza Fangsilat 6. National Greening Program (DENR) 4th quarter Dr. Julie Cabato 7. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (DA) 4th quarter Dir. Julio De Luna 8. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III (DAR) 4th quarter Dir. Helen Tibaldo V. SPECIAL PROJECTS The Cordillera region has two special programs being implemented to push autonomy and peace development. These are the PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) and the Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region. 1. PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) is the national government's program and framework for peace and development. It is implemented in areas affected by conflict and communities covered by existing peace agreements. The program aims to contribute to lasting peace by achieving the following objectives: (1) Reduce poverty and vulnerability in conflict-affected areas; (2) Improve governance; and (3) Empower communities and strengthen their capacities to address issues of conflict and peace through activities that promote social cohesion. For CAR, areas selected are barangays covered by the 2011 Government of the Philippines (GPH)-Cordillera Bodong Administration (CBA)-Cordillera People’s Liberation Army (CPLA) Closure Agreement. All CAR provinces are covered by PAMANA and the provinces/municipalities shall be the implementing partners of DILG and OPAPP. For this year, there are 36 projects with a total cost of PhP 261.8 M. As of March 2013, the overall accomplishment is 6.56 percent. Two projects have been completed, seven are ongoing, and the rest are still at the pre-implementation/mobilization stage.
  • 8. 6 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 2. Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region (SPCAR) In support for the autonomy and development agenda of CAR, the Office of the President and Congress granted the RDC-CAR the fund for the Social Preparation Program (Special Autonomy Fund). Since the start of its implementation in 2007 until 2012, the program has received PhP 78 M of funding support. As of March 2013, 72 projects or 77 percent of the 94 projects have been completed, 15 projects or 16 percent are ongoing, five projects have yet to start implementation, and two have been terminated. For the first quarter, SPCAR posted an accomplishment rate of 39.25 percent. Under the IEC component, an IEC activity was conducted in Mountain Province, particularly in the municipalities of Tadian, Natonin and Sabangan. There were also two multi-sector IECs conducted, one for the CBA and another for the Benguet Provincial Councilors’ League. For the Pulse Survey Phase II, pulse surveys were conducted in Baguio City and all CAR provinces except for Abra, and pulse survey assessments were done in Ifugao and Apayao. Under the Capability-Building component, three projects continued to be implemented, namely, (1) Declaration of Principles for Environmental Governance (UP), (2) CIPC Banner Program: Preservation of Cordillera Culture and Heritage Program (NCIP), and (3) Revitalizing the BLISTT (NEDA). Two projects are to be implemented in June, i.e., Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training (PRO-COR) and Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change (DA).
  • 9. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-1 SOCIAL SECTOR 1. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) DSWD 767.660 World Bank 17.52% Slippage: +0.85% 2. Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services(Kalahi-CIDSS) DSWD 86.514 World Bank 46.58% 3. Core Shelter Assistance Program (CSAP) DSWD 15.750 GOP 63.63% 4. Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG) DepEd 8.32% 5. School Furniture Program (SFP) DepEd 4.016 GOP 11.43% 6. Regular School Building Program (RSBP) DPWH GOP 10.68% 7. Red and Black School Building Program DepEd CY 2012: 115.200 GOP 38.43% 8. Philippine Response to Indigenous People’s (IP) and Muslim Education (PRIME) DepEd 3.978 AusAid 11% Slippage: -54% Due to overlapping schedule of activities of DepEd Division Offices and Regional Office 9. Health Facilities Enhancement Program DOH CY 2012: 310.599 CY 2013: 33.450 GOP CY 2012: 92% CY 2013: 17.75% 10. Water Supply System (2012) DOH 84.500 GOP 15.19% 11. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services DOH & LGUs Abra Apayao Benguet 43.000 JICA 5% Social Sub-Total 1,464.667 36.49%
  • 10. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-2 ECONOMIC SECTOR 12. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2) DA 3,056.000 IFAD, ADB, OFID 55.67% Slippage: -9.53% Due to delayed implementation of the Rural Infrastructure Development (RID) component resulting from the difficulty of LGUs in providing cash counterpart 13. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DAR 273.194 JBIC 36.41% Slippage: -6.65% Due to road right of way issues, lack of equipment and low manpower assigned at project 14. Agri-Pinoy Program BSU/DA 400.000 GOP 15. Farm-to-Market Roads (CY 2012 Fund: Abra, Baguio City, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DA CY 2012: 189.631 CY 2013: 41.000 GOP CY 2012: 49.33% 16. Irrigation Projects NIA CY 2012: 1,944.652 CY 2013: 430.578 GOP 49.56% 17. One Town One Product Program (OTOP) DTI 2.747 GOP 6.33% 18. Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion Programme (RuMEPP) DTI 1.800 IFAD with GOP Counter Part 47.37%
  • 11. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-3 19. Shared Service Facilities Project (SSF) DTI 8.388 NEDAC Fund (National Export Develop- ment and Competi- tiveness) 20. Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects DOST 41.370 GOP 23.31% 21. National Greening Program (NGP) DENR 247.104 GOP 7.56% Slippage: +4% Economic Sub-Total 6,623.530 48.2% INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR Abra 22. Abra-Ilocos Sur Road DPWH 106.195 GOP 100% Completed 23. Abra-Ilocos Norte, K0436+700-K0439+395 DPWH 62.000 GOP 85.65% Slippage: +4.27% 24. Abra-Kalinga Road K0470+000 - K0472+267 Gravel to Concrete DPWH 135.270 GOP 48.20% Slippage: +2.93% 25. Abra-Kalinga Road K0476+000 - K0480+1000, K0480+1000 - K0482+700 (with exceptions) DPWH 147.691 GOP 63.75% Slippage: -1.05% Time extension in process 26. Road Upgrading along Abra- Cervantes Road (Realigned from Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge) DPWH 60.000 GOP 89.93% Slippage: -10.07% Due to peace and order situation
  • 12. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-4 Apayao 27. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, /Ilocos Norte Road Apayao Side (Road Opening/ Construction) DPWH 100.000 GOP 34.92% Slippage: -13.45% Due to road right of way issues, natural calamities and disasters causing slides and road cuts 28. Apayao (Calanasan)-Ilocos Norte Road DPWH 31.627 GOP 29. Claveria-Calanasan-Kabugao Road DPWH 44.210 GOP 30. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road K0661+000 - K0661+321, K0643+646 - K0645+825 Gravel to Concrete DPWH 58.827 GOP 100% Completed 31. Kalinga-Abra Road K0470+000 - K0472+267 Gravel to Concrete DPWH 53.057 GOP 77.63% Benguet 32. Baguio-Bontoc Road, K0269+000- K0275+000 (v.s.)& K0299+000- K0300+900 (v.s.) & K0305+000-K0308+500 (v.s.) & K0309+000- K0311+000 (v.s.), K0317+415- K0318+500 (v.s.), & K0323+000 – K0328+000 (v.s.) DPWH 109.332 GOP 68.44% Slippage: -9.43% First warning issued to contractor
  • 13. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-5 33. Pico-Lamtang Road, K0255+108-K0256+500, Shilan-Beckel Road, K0265+000-K0265+922 & K0271+460-K0278+587 (v.s.) DPWH 98.674 GOP 76.54% Slippage: -18.56% Due to road right of way problem; As- Staked Plan and Variation Order in process 34. Rehab./Improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan- Buguias Road including RROW DPWH 148.000 GOP 79.64% Slippage: -9.36% Due to road right of way issue Ifugao 35. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista- Isabela Bdry. Road DPWH 58.064 GOP 25.1% Kalinga 36. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road, Abut A of Baay Bridge DPWH 183.239 GOP 2.36% 37. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road K0560+1061-K0520+449 DPWH 245.000 GOP 88% 38. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0476+000-K0480+1000, K0480+1000-K0482+700 (with exceptions) DPWH 135.270 GOP 48.2% Slippage: +2.93% 39. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0470+000-K0472+267 DPWH 53.057 GOP 77.63% Slippage: -22.37% Due to road right of way problem; for termination 40. Mt. Province Bdry. –Calanan- Pinukpuk –Abbut Road (Pinukpuk) (P209.0 M) K0499+674-K0509+294 (I.S.) DPWH 209.000 GOP 95% Slippage: -5% Notice issued to contractor re: completion date of project
  • 14. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-6 Mountain Province 41. Mt. Province –Ilocos Sur via Tue Road DPWH 81.815 GOP 75.78% Slippage: -6.04% Due to variation from POW; Variation Order in process TOURISM ROAD PROJECTS 42. Construction of Road along Ambanag Jct. National Road to Mt. Pulag DPWH 40.000 GOP 68% 43. Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Gurel- Bokod- Kabayan-Buguias Abatan Road including ROW, Benguet DPWH 100.000 GOP 21.9% 44. Improvement of Bengaw- ngaw Caves Road Sta. 0+000 Sta. 1-500, Tublay Benguet DPWH 20.000 GOP 92% 45. Improvement of Timbal Caves, Road Sta. 2+500 - Sta. 6+000, Atok, Beguet DPWH 13.000 GOP 68% 46. FMR leading to Boribok Spring Resort, Bucay DPWH 20.000 GOP 90% 47. Claveria-Calanasan-Kabugao Road (DSTD) DPWH 150.000 GOP 14.24% 48. Camp John Hay Gate 3 to Country Club & Happy Hollow to Loakan DPWH 30.000 GOP 64.86% 49. Kisad Road-Gov. Bypass Pack Road DPWH 10.000 GOP For realignment 50. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan- Buguias Abatan Road including ROW DPWH 145.000 GOP 4.10% 51. Ambaneg Jct. National Road to Mt. Pulag DPWH 50.000 GOP 13.2%
  • 15. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-7 52. Ballay-Tabio-Tonoman- Bulalacao Road (Bulalacao Lake) Kabayan DPWH 70.000 GOP 1.3% 53. Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road DPWH 50.000 GOP 14.5% 54. Kibungan-Kapangan- Ambongdolan-(Tuel) Tublay (Alno) La Trinidad Road DPWH 100.000 GOP 0.16% 55. Ibulao-Julongan Road, Kiangan DPWH 140.000 GOP 2.5% 56. Roads and Trails within the Lagawe Area (Boliwang Road and Trail to Bintacan Cave) DPWH 50.000 GOP Re-advertised due to non-eligible bidders 57. Dalican-Batad Road banawe DPWH 100.000 GOP 7.9% 58. Sagada-Sabangan Road DPWH 100.000 GOP 0.5% Infrastructure Sub-Total 3,308.328 44.29% SOCIAL PREPARATION FUND (SPF) 59. Preparation of Poverty Maps: Towards Poverty Alleviation in the Cordillera Phase II DSWD 0.400 GOP 60. IEC for general Public Thru tri-Media (PIA) PIA 3.000 GOP 40% 61. LGU-led Grassroots IEC: Provincial level a. Abra LGUs 1.000 GOP 20% b. Benguet LGUs 1.000 GOP c. Ifugao LGUs 1.000 GOP 23% d. Kalinga LGUs 1.000 GOP 25% e. Mountain Province LGUs 1.000 GOP 40% 62. IEC Impact Survey RDC 2.086 GOP 63. IEC for Multi-Sector RDC 2.359 GOP 100% Completed 64. Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change DA 0.500 GOP For implementation in June 65. Declaration of Principles and Environmental Governance UP 0.748 GOP 62% 66. CIPC Banner Program NCIP 0.500 GOP 5% 67. Good Governance - Revitalizing the BLISTT RDC 2.000 GOP 70%
  • 16. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-8 68. Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training PRO-COR 0.584 GOP For implementation in June 69. GIS Regional Networking RDC 0.353 GOP 100% Completed SPF Sub-Total 17.530 39.25% PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) 70. Improvement of Caburao- Sarong Irrigation Canal Tanudan 1.000 GOP Realigned 71. Improvement of Ilang Foot Trail Tanudan 1.200 GOP Realigned 72. Improvement of Magtorong- Casaplitan Irrigation Canal Tanudan 1.000 GOP Realigned 73. Construction of Lubo-Gaang Road Tanudan 1.000 GOP Realigned 74. Construction of Ableg Concrete Footbridge Pasil 0.500 GOP 12.06% 75. Construction of Coop-Dangla Suspension Bridge Pasil 3.000 GOP Realigned 76. Improvement of Ableg- Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Pasil 1.500 GOP 16.28% 77. Construction of Dangla Footbridge Pasil 1.000 GOP Opening of bids conducted 78. Improvement of Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Pasil 1.200 GOP No report 79. Improvement of the Kurat Communal Irrigation System Pasil 1.500 GOP 80. Improvement Of Katalbawan-Tanap Communal Irrigation System Pasil 1.000 GOP 81. Construction of Footpath from Gawaan, Galdang to Pua Pasil GOP 65.53% 82. Construction of Abulao Footbridge Pasil 3.000 GOP 83. Purchase of One Dump Truck Pasil GOP 84. Construction of Warehouse and Drying Pavement Pinukpuk 0.600 GOP 20% 85. Purchase of Two Rice Milling Machine and Two Units Pinukpuk 1.100 GOP 100% Completed
  • 17. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-9 Thresher 86. Rehabilitation of The Dagi- Magadgad Bridge & Improvement of Cal-owan FMR Balbalan 2.800 GOP 87. Improvement of Communal Irrigation System Gongak to Bullagiyan Section Tabuk 1.000 GOP MOA signed 88. Improvement of Dao- Ballicuan Communal Irrigation System Tabuk 1.000 GOP MOA signed 89. Improvement of Bannagan- Bagumbayan Community Irrigation System Tabuk 1.000 GOP MOA signed 90. Improvement of Challug to Mangay Communal irrigation System Tinglayan 1.100 GOP 82% 91. Completion of Betwagan Bridge and Road Sadanga 21.000 GOP 38% 92. Tinglayan Agro-Forestry Project Tinglayan 3.5 GOP Procurement process completed 93. Buneg-Pacgued road in Lacub (Road Opening 7.90 kms.) Lacub 24.000 GOP 20% 94. Cogon – Lanec road in Tineg (Road Opening 12 kms.) Tineg 15.800 GOP MOA signed; documentary requirements submitted 95. Improvement of Sta. Maria- Balluyan-Malayugan Road Flora 6.000 GOP Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 96. Cabiten-Takki Road (6kms) Mankayan 8.000 GOP Documentary requirements submitted
  • 18. First Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of March 2013 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS (%) / REMARKS A-10 97. Namal to Pula Road improvement Asipulo 5.000 GOP Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 98. Road improvement in Danggo Tinoc 5.000 GOP Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 99. Concreting of Allaguia Road from Pinukpuk to Balbalan Pinukpuk 20.000 GOP Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 100. Road Opening Besao to Tubo, Abra Besao 50.000 GOP 101. Improvement of Bontoc- Besao Road (16 kms) Bontoc 20.000 GOP 102. Improvement of Natonin- Toboy Road (12 kms. Road widened with slope protection constructed) Natonin 20.000 GOP 103. Betwagan Bridge Sadanga 25.000 GOP 104. Betwagan Access Road Sadanga 6.000 GOP 105. Improvement of Poblacion Marat Road in Poblacion, Paracelis Mt. Province Paracelis 7.000 GOP Documentary requirements submitted PAMANA Sub-Total 261.800 6.56% CAR Total 11,675.856 44.67% Sources: RLAs RPMES PMC Form I-1 and RPMES PMC Form I-2 as of March 2013.
  • 19. B Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects CY 2013 The Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects gives a view of the status of program/project implementation for selected projects of regional and national significance. These programs/projects with an aggregate cost of Php 6.2 billion are being closely monitored by the RPMC. Status as of March 2013
  • 20. B-1 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CAR Fund Source: GOP CY 2012: Project Cost: Php 100 M (Contract Cost: Php 89.089 M) CY 2013: Project Cost: Php 177.50 M (Contract Costs: Php 114.61 M & Php 42.116 M) Location/Area Coverage: Kabugao and Calanasan, Apayao Description: The road is a major lateral road of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP). It connects Apayao Province to Ilocos Region. It traverses the municipalities of Kabugao and Calanasan in Apayao and turns west to Solsona in Ilocos Norte. The road is among the Apayao national roads upgraded from secondary to arterial road classification by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011. This memorandum was a result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Secretary Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. The 63.543 km road stretch is the Apayao segment of the San Nicolas-Solsona- Kabugao-Conner-Abbut Lateral Road and provides direct access to Laoag International Airport. The road starts in Junction Cabetian, Poblacion, Kabugao and ends in Solsona (Apayao-Ilocos Norte Boundary). Reckoning from Kabugao going northwest to Calanasan, road opening and widening of 36 km is already being undertaken. For the next programming period, more than 15.7 km will be opened (Kabugao, 5 km & Calanasan, 21.151 km). Along the Kabugao section (37 km), seven (7) major bridges are to be constructed with a total length of 445 lm crossing tributaries of the Apayao River. Among the longest are across Sicapo River (120 lm) and Madduang River (80 lm). Towards the boundary along the Calanasan section (26.543 km), four (4) bridges with a total length of 120 lm are for programming. At the Ilocos Norte side (80 km.), concrete paving is being completed up to the regional boundary. As of March 2013, more than 70 km. has been paved. Kabugao (Apayao)-Solsona (Ilocos Norte) Road (Apayao Side) PROJECT LOCATION Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road Junction San Nicolas (IN) Junction Cabetian (Kabugao)
  • 21. B-2 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report The ongoing projects along the road line are Php 100.0 M for CY 2012 (DPWH Apayao 1st District) and Php 177.5 M for CY 2013. The CY 2013 project has two (2) packages: (a) Php 50.0 M project along Kabugao section (1st District), which entails road widening, graveling, slope protection and 1.6 km. concreting from Junction Cabetian; and (b) Php 127.5 M project along Calanasan section (2nd District), which entails 5.392 km of road opening, graveling and cross drainage installation, starting 35 km south of Poblacion Calanasan to 8.7 km east of the regional boundary. CY 2012 (Carry-over) Project (Php 100 M) PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: Start: June 27, 2012 End: Sept. 9, 2013 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 37.06% Actual 26.19% Slippage -10.87% Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 48.37% 75.7255 M. Actual 34.92% (-13.45% slippage) 13.3633 M (17.64%) Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Earlier, a suspension order was issued (July 1, 2012) when the contractor failed to mobilize due to series of slides and road cut along the 21 km road leading to the project site. To address this, the DPWH-CAR requested DPWH-CO to utilize Php 2.38 M savings for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts costing. This was eventually approved and the contractor was advised to resume effective September 30, 2012. The project is still experiencing negative slippage. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: A warning has been issued due to the negative slippage. The contractor was instructed to implement a catch-up plan. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR, Engineer’s Hill, 2600 Baguio City Tel. 444-8838
  • 22. B-3 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report CY 2013 Project (Php 177.5 M) PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: Project Start End A. Php 127.5 M (2nd District) Mar. 21, 2013 Dec. 14, 2013 B. Php 50 M (1st District) Feb. 11, 2013 Aug. 5, 2013 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Project A 3.00% Project B 15.97% Actual Project A 12.00% Project B 13.43% Slippage Project A 9% Project B (2.54%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 6.65% 15%. Actual 12.50% (5.75% slippage) Php 23.63 M. (15%) Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): On the Php 50 M project: (a) increased negative slippage, and (b) road ROW problem along the entrance portion from Junction Cabetian. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: The DPWH Apayao 1st District: (a) issued a second warning to deploy additional manpower and equipments in order to accelerate work progress, and (b) coordinated with LGU Kabugao for the resolution of the ROW issue. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill, Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 23. B-4 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 100 M (CY 2012) Onging road opening, widening and graveling along Barangay Madatag (Kabugao) Section
  • 24. B-5 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Junction Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 50 M (CY 2013) Ongoing widening, graveling and concreting
  • 25. B-6 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Before the road opening along Sta. 728+528, start of project. During the excavation works along the same section. Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 127.50 M (CY 2013)
  • 26. B-7 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Ongoing road opening / widening along Barangay Butao (Calanasan) Section. The project is 21 km from the regional boundary and around 25 km from Poblacion, Calanasan.
  • 27. B-8 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CAR Fund Source: GOP CY 2012: Project Cost: Php58.827 M (Contract Cost: Php 49.574 M) CY 2013: Project Cost: Php 173.924 M Location/Area Coverage: Pudtol and Kabugao, Apayao Description: The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) being the northern section tip of the regional North–South backbone. The 78.75 km road stretch directly links the capital town Kabugao to Luna, the seat of provincial government and business growth center. The road is one of the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary to arterial road classification by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by. This memorandum was a result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. The road starts at junction Lenneng along the Kabugao-Conner-Abbut Road and goes northeast traversing municipalities of Kabugao, Pudtol and Luna and ending at Junction Luna in Abulug, Cagayan along the Pan- Philippine Highway or Maharlika Highway. The Pan-Philippine Highway connects Laoag, Ilocos Norte and Tuguegarao, Cagayan. The Kabugao side (12.32 km) traverses a rugged mountainous terrain, then goes down to the Paco Valley. The road traverses the Mataguisi Valley in Pudtol. The valleys have vast potential for agricultural production. The bridges across Apayao River (Bubulayan Bridge) and its tributaries Maton and Nagan Rivers have been completed. The construction of two (2) other major bridges, Malilibag Bridge Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road, 78.75 km PROJECT LOCATION Junction Lenneng (Kabugao) Junction Luna (Maharlika HW)
  • 28. B-9 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report (48.8 lm) and Paco Bridge (36 lm) are programmed for CY 2014 to finally complete the road link. Along the Kabugao section, however, there are still six (6) temporary bridges that need to be replaced with permanent bridge structures having a total length of 90 km. The specific output for the CY 2012 project is 2.516 km road concreting. For CY 2013, Php 173,924,000 was approved for the concreting of 6.49 km along the same road line. However, the consultant has yet to prepare detailed engineering design for PCCP project for subsequent procurement by DPWH-CO. By end-2013, the road is expected to be 51 percent concrete paved. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: Start: February 20, 2012 End: December 12, 2012 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 100 % Actual 100 % Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 100% 49.57 M Actual 100% 42.73 M Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 29. B-10 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Bubulayan Bridge across Apayao River Paco Valley, Kabugao Junction Lenneng, Kabugao Mataguisi Valley, Pudtol Completed PCCP (CY 2012 project) Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road
  • 30. B-11 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: Php 1.212 Billion (FY 2012, Php 197 M & FY 2013, Php 1.015 B) Location/Area Coverage: Region wide Description: Pursuant to Section Nos. 34 to 37 of Republic Act No. 9593 or also known as the Tourism Act of 2009, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), executed on January 19, 2012 by the DPWH, the DOT and the Research, Education and Institutional Development Foundation (REID), established the “Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access”. The program is in support of the National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP) and the 2011-2016 Philippine Development Plan (PDP). The DOT-DPWH Convergence Program or Tourism Road Program aims to improve accessibility to tourist sites and attractions by applying DPWH road standards. The proposed tourism roads to be funded under this program may be national or local roads. A joint DOT-DPWH TWG evaluates the roads proposed by the provincial LGUs guided by the Tourism Road Infrastructure Project Prioritization Criteria (TRIPPC). In the Cordillera Region, six (6) projects in Benguet and Baguio with a cost of Php 197 Million were approved for FY 2012 with a total output of 12.73 kilometers. For FY 2013, 13 projects for Baguio and the CAR provinces were approved with an aggregate cost of Php 1.015 Billion with a total output of 45.937 kilometers. The overall physical status as of first quarter 2013 is 15.83 percent, while the expenditure rate is 23.95 percent. The proposed projects for year 2014 are being pipelined while the proposals for years 2015 to 2016 are being consolidated for field validation and evaluation by the Tourism Road Technical Working Group (TWG). Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access Mount Pulag in Kabayan, Benguet
  • 31. B-12 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Table I Status of FY 2012 Projects, as of March 31, 2013 Name of Road Location Length (km) Project Cost (Php M) Status %/ Remarks Disbursement 1 Concreting of Leonard wood Road- M. Roxas St. M. Roxas St., Baguio City 0.35 16.00 100% 100% 2 Concreting of North Drive- Leonard Wood Rd. Leonard Wood Rd., Baguio City 0.18 8.00 100% 100% 3 Construction of Ambangeg Junction Road-Mt. Pulag Kabayan, Benguet 5.20 40.00 68.00% 56.72% 4 Rehabilitation/Improvement of Gurel- Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road Benguet 4.35 100.00 21.90% 41.29% 5 Improvement of Bengao-ngao Caves Rd Tublay, Benguet 2.00 20.00 92.00% 54.25% 6 Improvement of Timbak Caves Road Kabayan, Benguet 0.65 13.00 68.00% 15.00% Sub-TOTAL 12.73 197.00 50.93% 51.50% Table II Status of FY 2013 Projects, as of March 31, 2013 Name of Road Location Length (km) Project Cost (Php M) Status %/ Remarks Disbursement 1 Road leading to Borikibok Spring Resort Bucay, Abra 1.00 20.00 90.00% 76.13% 2 Claveria-Calanasan-Kabugao Road Apayao 6.31 150.00 14.24% 15.00% 3 Camp John Hay Gate 3to Country Club & Happy Hollow to Loakan Baguio City 1.50 30.00 64.86% 64.14% 4 Kisad Road Gov. Pack Bypass Road Baguio City 0.50 10.00 For realignment 0% 5 Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road including ROW Benguet 7.25 145.00 4.10% 15.00% 6 Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mt. Pulag Kabayan, Benguet 2.50 50.00 13.20% 15.00% 7 Ballay-Tabio-Tonoman-Bulalacao Road Kabayan, Benguet 3.5 70.00 1.3% 15.00% 8 Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road La Trinidad 2.50 50.00 14.50% 15.00% 9 Kibungan-Kapangan-Ambongdolan- Tublay- La Trinidad Road Benguet 6.29 100.00 0.16% 15.00% 10 Ibulao-Julongan Road Ifugao 3.637 140.00 2.50% 15.00% 11 Roads & Trails within Lagawe Area (Lagawe-Boliwong Road & Trail to Bintacan Cave) Lagawe, Ifugao 3.29 50.00 Re- advertised due to non- eligible bidders 0% 12 Dalican-Batad Road Banaue, Ifugao 2.66 100.00 7.90% 15.00% 13 Sabangan-Sagada Road Mt. Province 5.00 100.00 0.50% 15.00% Sub-TOTAL 45.937 1,015.00 9.00% 17.99% TOTAL 58.667 1,212.00 15.83% 23.95%
  • 32. B-13 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Table III PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of March 31, 2013 Project Duration: Start: December 2012 End: December 2016 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Actual 15.83% Slippage Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target Actual 15.83% 23.95% Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Widening along Kisad-Gov. Pack Road not possible due to ROW problem. No eligible bidders for the Lagawe-Boliwong Road and trail to Bintacan Cave in Ifugao. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: Kisad Road-Gov. Pack Bypass Road is subject for realignment to the improvement of Burnham Lake drive. The Lagawe-Boliwong Road and trail to Bintacan Cave is for re- advertisement. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill, 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 33. B-14 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Completed road sections of the Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mount Pulag in Bokod and Kabayan The new concrete road to Bengao-ngao Cave in Tublay. An improved access to Timbac Caves in Kabayan via Atok along Halsema Highway. Tourism Road Projects in Benguet Province
  • 34. B-15 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DENR–CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: PhP247 M Location/Area Coverage: Region wide The locations are spread out in all six provinces of CAR including Baguio City with a total area of 20,359 hectares to be planted through social mobilization. Description: The NGP is an administration priority program (Executive Order No. 26) that seeks to attain a sustainable human development, economic and ecological security through the planting of 1.5 billion trees in around 1.5 million hectares of public land within six years from year 2011 to 2016. It also aims to ensure food security, biodiversity conservation and address climate change. In the Cordillera, the target for CY 2013 is 9.8 million trees covering 20,359 hectares with a project cost of PhP 247.10 M. The project components are: (a) seedling production, PhP130.423 M; plantation site preparation, PhP 81.436 M; and maintenance and protection, PhP 35,245 M. National Greening Program (NGP)
  • 35. B-16 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: Start: January 2013 End: December 2013 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 3.57% 20.45% 62.2% 13.78% Actual 7.56% Slippage 4.0% Remarks: Activities undertaken during the first quarter were mainly on plantation site preparation and maintenance and protection of 1-2 years old plantation. While seedling production was targeted to be done on the 2nd and 3rd quarters, 10 percent of the seedlings were produced during the 1st quarter. This accounts for the positive slippage of the project. Plantation shall commence in June during the rainy season to ensure greater survival rate of the seedlings. Agency Contact Person: DIR. CLARENCE L. BAGUILAT Regional Executive Director, DENR-CAR No. 80 Diego Silang St., 2600 Baguio City, (442-4531, RD/F) Mr. JOSEPH MAUTING PMD, DENR-CAR (443-94-06)
  • 36. B-17 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Agriculture-CAR Fund Sources: GOP: Department of Agriculture Loan: IFAD, OFID, ADB Grant: IFAD Total Project Cost: Php3,081,862,000 Location/Area Coverage: 6 provinces, 37 municipalities, 170 barangays Abra:Lacub, Licuan-Baay, Malibcong, Luba, Tubo, Sallapadan, Bucloc, Boliney Apayao:Calanasan, Kabugao, Conner Benguet:Bokod, Kabayan, Bakun, Kibungan,Buguias,Kapangan, Atok, Sablan, Mountain Province:Barlig, Besao, Sadanga, Sagada, Bontoc, Tadian, Bauko, Sabangan Kalinga:Balbalan, Pasil, Lubuagan, Tanudan, Tinglayan Ifugao: Hingyon, Hungduan, Tinoc, Asipulo, Mayoyao Description: The project goal is to help reduce poverty in poor rural indigenous communities in the upland areas of the Cordillera Administrative Region. The objectives are: (1) to improve the livelihood and increase farm family income of the rural poor through sustainable agricultural development; and (2) enhance the quality of life of the rural poor by improving land tenure security, food security and watershed conservation. The project has five components: (1) community mobilization, participatory planning of investments, and land titling; (2) community watershed conservation (including forest management and agro forestry development); (3) agricultural and agribusiness development, and promotion of income-generating activities; (4) rural infrastructure development (RID); and (5) project management and coordination. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2)
  • 37. B-18 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Status of implementation: Now on its fifth year of implementation, as of March 2013 the program has posted an overall accomplishment of 55.67 percent, target is 65.20%. The negative slippage of by the project is mainly from the delayed implementation of the RID component due to difficulty of LGUs in providing counterpart per the NG-LGU cost sharing policy on infrastructure projects which require an LGU counterpart of 50-70% depending on income class. This was a subject of the project design revision approved by the ICC in 2012. The DA issued Memorandum Order No. 13, series of 2012 dated June 26, 2012 “Adoption of a Standard LGU Counterpart for all DA Agri-Infrastructure sub-projects” and “Joint Resolution of DA, DAR, DENR and DILG on the 2003 NG-LGU Cost –Sharing Policy” signed in 20 July 2012 reducing the minimum cash counterpart requirement to 10% of the total sub-project cost regardless of the LGU’s income class. A few capable LGUs were also encouraged to put up the needed counterpart to implement initial projects. Demang CIS FokongCIS Sukib Reforestation Nursery Demang Agroforestry Nursery
  • 38. B-19 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: CY2009- CY2015 Start: January 1, 2009 End: December 31, 2015 Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 65.20 69.54 73.88 78.22 Actual 55.67 Slippage -9.53 Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered(if any): 1. Availability of additional Co-Financing Assistance (CFA) to LGUs particularly for farm-to-market roads. 2. Final approval of the proposed rural finance scheme/Livelihood Assistance Finance (LAF) in place of the credit subcomponent by the IFAD. 3. Extension of the OFID Loan and disbursement/utilization of OFID loan funds by June 2014. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: To address the a. The CHARM 2 PSO - DA RFO submitted a list of FMR sub-projects proposing for a P75 million additional CFA from the Department of Agriculture. b. Proposed amendment to the OFID Loan and the IFAD Financing Agreement were forwarded to the Department of Finance for endorsement to the two Project Financiers. The DA and the Project still awaits for updates on DOF action/s. Agency Contact Person: DIR. MARILYN V. STA. CATALINA, CESO IV Regional Executive Director, DA-RFU-CAR & Project Director, CHARMP2 CAMERON P. ODSEY Project Manager, CHARMP2 Address: PROJECT SUPPORT OFFICE Department of Agriculture BPI Compound, Guisad Road Baguio City Telefax: Email: +63.74.444.8329/ Tel No. +63. 74. 444.7991 charm@mozcom.com
  • 39. B-20 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Project Location ARISP Phase III Agrarian Reform Communities ABRA APAYAO KALINGA MOUNTAIN PROVINCE IFUGAO BENGUET PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DAR-CAR / DPWH-CAR / NIA-CAR / LGUs Fund Sources: GOP and JICA (loan) Total Project Cost: Php 903,863,055.00 Project Cost (2011): Php 16.718 M Project Cost (2012): Php 176.027 M Project Cost (2013) : Php 365.327 M Location/Area Coverage: Abra: Daguioman, Lacub and Luba ARCs Apayao: Sta. Marcela, Flora and Pudtol ARCs Benguet: Bakun, Kapangan and Kibungan ARCs Ifugao: Asipulo, Hingyon and Tinoc ARCs Kalinga: Tinglayan, Rizal and Pasil ARCs Mt. Province: Sadanga, Bauko and Bontoc ARCs Description: The Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP) Phase III is a foreign-assisted project of DAR, designed to provide basic support services to help develop Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs). It is funded from a concessional loan from the Government of Japan with counterpart financing from the DAR, Local Government Units and the beneficiaries. The project timetable is from CY 2008 to CY 2014. The project espouses the concept of integrated area development in the ARCs wherein basic infrastructure, organization / institutional, agricultural and enterprise development support are combined to produce incremental growth in productivity and income among farmers. Specifically, the project includes the provision of farm-to-market roads (FMR) and bridges, irrigation projects, post-harvest facilities, and potable water supply system under its infrastructure component. For institutional development component, this entails organizing and strengthening of various organizations in the ARCs to build their capabilities to operate and manage the infrastructure facilities and agri-business on sustainable basis. The project also supports the development of Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support (ARISP III)
  • 40. B-21 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report viable agribusiness in the ARCs to harness the agricultural potentials, add value to agricultural products, and make them more competitive in the market. The implementation of the ARISP-Phase 3 in the Cordilleras commenced only in CY 2011 with pre-implementation activities undertaken from CY 2008 to 2010. Activities undertaken were: (a) indicative development planning, (b) site validation, (c) project prioritization and (d) individual project designs. During project validation, 61 projects were confirmed with an aggregate cost of Php 903.86 M. However, during project evaluation, six (6) projects were officially cancelled / dropped and two (2) projects are subject for dropping from the ARISP project scope. These were found to be beyond ARISP limit in terms of cost, time and magnitude. Others were found to have insufficient water supply at source, lack of subject organization, or no available lot for PHF site. In CY 2012, 14 projects (10 irrigation projects, 2 Farm to Market Roads, 1 PWS, and 1 PHF) were implemented with a total cost of Php 176.03 M. Of these 14 projects 9 are completed while 5 were carried over to 2013. ROW issue has delayed completion of Bunog-Matoc CIP in Tinglayan, Kalinga - seen above are members of the Army Brigade in the construction of Teruvian Intake along the Dananao area, they were requested to provide security to construction workers and help in negotiation activities. Below, slope preparation activities for the construction of the main canal along Sumadel area.
  • 41. B-22 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report For CY 2013, 26 projects (9 Irrigation projects, FMRs, 6 PHFs and 2 PWS) are programmed for implementation with an indicative total cost of Php 365.327 M. Five (5) of these projects are on-going while the rest are still subject for concurrence by the implementing agency and concerned LGU after final approval of the Detailed Design and Program of Work. For the first quarter DAR reported a 10% accomplishment short from its target 13%. Pouring of concrete along a section of Marcela – Bacut Road under supervision by DPWH DEO Apayao and DAR Project Engineers (March 26, 2013) Before project. Macutay – San Quintin – Liwan East FMR (6.901 km) in Rizal, Kalinga (shown are sections for improvement) The overall cumulative accomplishment of ARISP-Phase 3 (in CAR) is 36.41%, with 11 projects now completed, 10 projects on going (out of the 42 projects slated for implementation), and 21 are still in their pre-implementation stages.
  • 42. B-23 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of March 2013 Project Duration: Start: April 2008 End: April 2014 Program Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 13% Actual 10% Slippage -3% Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 43.06 Actual 36.41% (-6.65% slippage) 558,072,057.74 Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any):  Undue project delay on some projects due to Right of Way issues, lack of equipment and low manpower assigned at project  Presence of scaling and Cracks (Transverse and Longitudinal) on some portions of the PCCP Actions Taken/ Recommendations: 1. Conducted Pre-Implementation Conference to promote better understanding on the scope of the project, as well as clarify ARISP Guidelines / procedures among the implementers particularly the Project Engineers of DPWH, DAR, and MLGU. The meeting is also encouraged for closer coordination among various stakeholders - DAR, DPWH, MLGU, Contractor and affected beneficiaries for smooth project execution. 2. DAR Regional and Provincial Offices requested the Implementing Agencies (DPWH and NIA) for the immediate correction / repair of projects before proper turn-over to DAR. 3. On Right of Way issue, continued negotiations by the LGU, NIA and DAR with the affected claimants are being conducted through Barangay consultations / meetings to address the issue. The LGU seek the assistance of the Army Brigade to provide security to workers in Dananao area and also help in the construction of the project. 4. The DPWH DEO issued warnings to the Contractors with negative slippages and required them to submit a Catch-Up Plan and commitment to finish the work as scheduled. Agency Contact Person: DIR. FRANKLIN E. COCOY OIC-Regional Director, DAR-CAR #39 M. Roxas St., Brgy. Tabora, Baguio City
  • 43. C Special Projects RPMC included two Special Program/Projects: The PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) and the Social Preparation Fund for CAR/Special Autonomy Fund. Status as of March 2013
  • 44. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2012 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30April 2013 REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (60%) 2nd Release (30%) 3rd Release (10%) STATUS/REMARKS C-1 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report KALINGA Tanudan Improvement of Caburao-Sarong Irrigation Canal Upper Lubo, Tanudan 1.0 M MOA singed 25 Feb 13 at DILG-CAR RO 600,000 300,000 100,000 Realign to one project Continuation of Tatakkan-Gimuyo FMR (Tatakkan View Deck along Tabuk-Banawe Improvement of Ilang Foot Trail Upper Lubo, Tanudan 1.2 M 720,000 360,000 120,000 National Road), Approved by JC meeting last 26 March Improvement of Magtorong-Casaplitan Irrigation Canal Upper Lubo, Tanudan 1.0 M 600,000 300,000 100,000 2013, validated by OPAPP on 12 April 2013. Construction of Lubo-Gaang Road Upper Lubo, Tanudan 1.0 M 600,000 300,000 100,000 KALINGA Pasil Construction of Ableg Concrete Footbridge Ableg, Pasil 0.5 M MOA signed on 29November 2012 at 300,000 150,000 50,000 Construction of Coop-Dangla Suspension Bridge Cagaluan, Pasil 3.0 M Azalea Hotel, Baguio City 1,800,000 900,000 300,000 Realigned to Construction of Crib Wall along Cagaluan (Lutut Section) due to existing suspension bridge, approved by JC meeting last 26 March 2013, subject to validation by OPAPP. Improvement of Ableg-Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Cagaluan, Pasil 1.5 M 900,000 450,000 150,000 Construction of Dangla Footbridge Cagaluan, Pasil 1.0 M 600,000 300,000 100,000 Opening of bids conducted on 1 February 2013 for the 9 projects. Improvement of Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Cagaluan, Pasil 1.2 M 720,000 360,000 120,000 No report submitted yet despite follow up letters. Improvement of the Kurat Communal Irrigation System Balinciagao Sur, Pasil 1.5 M 900,000 450,000 150,000 Improvement Of Katalbawan-Tanap Communal Irrigation System Dalupa, Pasil 1.0 M 600,000 300,000 100,000 Construction of Footpath from Gawaan, Galdang to Pua Galdang, Pasil 1,800,000 900,000 300,000 Construction of Abulao Footbridge Galdang, Pasil 3.0 M
  • 45. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2012 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30April 2013 REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (60%) 2nd Release (30%) 3rd Release (10%) STATUS/REMARKS C-2 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Purchase of One Dump Truck Galdang, Guina- ang, Pasil KALINGA Pinukpuk Construction of Warehouse and Drying Pavement Taga, Pinukpuk 0.6 M MOA signed on 28November 2012 at Summer Place, Baguio City 360,000 180,000 60,000 Purchase of Two Rice Milling Machine and Two Units Thresher SitiosBayao& Ba-ay, Limos Pinukpuk 1.1 M 660,000 330,000 110,000 *1st tranche released on 26 Dec 12 & 2nd & 3rd tranche released on 22 Jan 13 *equipment was delivered on 20 March 2013 by Northern Asia Sales Corporation as the winning bidder KALINGA Balbalan Rehabilitation of The Dagi-Magadgad Foot Bridge and Improvement of Cal- owan FMR Buaya, Balbalan 2.8 M MOA signed on 16 July 2012 at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City 1,680,000 840,000 280,000 *Construction Phase *1st tranche released on 25 October 2012 *Project inspection conducted on 19 December 2012 *Letter dtd 15 April 2013 of Mayor Mangaoang requesting extension to finish the projects on/or before 31 July 2013 ‘coz of just resolved conflict b/n the CPLA. KALINGA Tabuk City Improvement of Communal Irrigation System Gongak to Bullagiyan Section Dupag, Tabuk City 1.0 M MOA signed on 28Nov 2012 at Summer 600,000 300,000 100,000 Improvement of Dao- Ballicuan Communal Irrigation System Dupag, Tabuk City 1.0 M Place Hotel, Baguio City 600,000 300,000 100,000 *Already awarded & NTP was issued Improvement of Bannagan- Bagumbayan Community Irrigation Bagumbayan, Tabuk City 1.0 M 600,000 300,000 100,000 *No submitted accomplishment report yet
  • 46. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2012 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30April 2013 REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (60%) 2nd Release (30%) 3rd Release (10%) STATUS/REMARKS C-3 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report System KALINGA Tinglayan Agro-Forestry Livelihood Project (Non-MOA) 80-20 scheme Tinglayan 3.5 M MOA signed on 16 July2012 at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City 2,800,000 700,000 *Procurement process completed * Proposal already approved *1st tranche released on 25 October 2012 Rehabilitation of Challug-Mangay CIS Bugnay, Tinglayan 1.1 M MOA signed on 9 Aug2012 at Sen. Nene Pimentel Hall, DILG- CAR, Baguio City 660,000 330,000 110,000 *Completed but still awaiting submission of report for the 2nd & 3rd release, no submission of report yet despite follow up letters. MT. PROVINCE Sadanga Construction of Betwagan Bridge Betwagan, Sadanga 21.0 M MOA signed on 28Nov 2012 at Summer Place Hotel, Baguio City 12,600,000 6,300,000 2,100,000 *Proj. duration-160 days (7 February- 15 July 2013) Phase 1 (construction of abutments & approaches) *ongoing- roadway excavation, stone masonry,40% accomplishment. 15% fund utilization TOTAL 50.0 M 30.0M 15.0M 5.0M Legend: Colored area column fund already released
  • 47. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2013 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30April 2013 Disbursement PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (80%) 2rd Release (20%) STATUS/REMARKS C-4 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report ABRA Buneg-Pacqued Road in Lacub (Road Opening 7.90 kms) Lacub 24.0M 8 February 2013 19.2 M MOA signed on 8 February 2013 in Abra. 1st tranche released on 8 February 2013. Advised LGU to go on the procurement process after completing the POW/DED. Awarded to BAJE Construction on 18 March 2013. NTP 22 March 2013 Cogon-Lanec Road in Tineg (Road Opening 12 kms) Tineg 15.8 M MOA signed on 8 February 2013 in Abra. Documentary requirements submitted. APAYAO Improvement of Sta. Maria-Balluyan- Malayugan Road Flora 6.0M Write Gov. Bulut, Jr. to submit documentary requirements last 3 December 2012 before the MOA signing. Awaiting submission of documentary requirements. BENGUET Cabiten-Takki Road (6 kms) Mankayan 8.0M Documentary requirements received on 11 March 2013, with minor revision on POW/DED. *Validated by OPDS-DILG CO & Regional office on 24 April 2013. Awaiting for funds this June 2013. Ready for implementation. IFUGAO Namal to Pula Road Improvement Asipulo 5.0M Write Gov. Balitang to submit documentary requirements last 3 Road Improvement in Danggo Tinoc 5.0M December 2012 before the MOA signing. Awaiting submission of documentary requirements yet. KALINGA Concreting of Allaguia Road from Pinukpuk to Balbalan (Asibamlag) Pinukpuk 20.0 M 16M 1st tranche check was name in the Municipality of Pinukpuk. No submitted documentary requirements yet. MT. Road Opening Besao to Tubo, Abra Besao 50.0M Letter dated 17 Jan 13 of Gov. PROVINCE Improvement of Bontoc-Besao Road (16 kms) Mainit 20.0M Mayaen to USEC Panadero re: willingness to implement the Improvement of Natonin-Toboy Road(12 kms Road wideed with slope Banawel 20.0M 2013 PAMANA Projects except for Betwagan Bridge which was being implemented now by the Mun. Gov’t of
  • 48. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2013 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30April 2013 Disbursement PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (80%) 2rd Release (20%) STATUS/REMARKS C-5 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report protection constructed) Sadanga. Betwagan Bridge Sadanga 25.0M Betwagan Access Road 6.0M Improvement of Poblacion Marat Road, PoblacionParacelis Paracelis 7.0M MOA signing scheduled on 22 February 2013 5.6M *Validation of project site conducted on 23-25 Jan 13. *Tentative MOA signing on 22 February 2013 at DILG- CAR and also release of 1st tranche (CANCELLED) *1st tranche check was name in the Municipality of Paracelis. *Documentary requirements submitted already to DILG- CAR. TOTAL 211.8M
  • 49. C-6 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Social Preparation of the Cordillera Administrative Region into an Autonomous Region FIRST QUARTER 2013 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT I. INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION (IEC) Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Php ‘000 Amount Disbursed CY 2012 CY 2013 1. IEC for the General Public (PIA)  No IEC activity for the quarter 3,000 2,850,000 2. LGU IEC (LGUs)  Kalinga– no IEC activity for the quarter  Mt. Province –IEC conducted in Tadian, Natonin, Sabangan  Ifugao - no IEC activity for the quarter  Abra–no IEC activity for the quarter  Benguet – no IEC activity for the quarter  Apayao - no IEC activity for the quarter; fund released in April  Baguio – no proposal submitted 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 250,000 950,000 950,000 950,000 250,000 250,000 3. Multi-Sector IEC (NEDA)  2 IECs to CBA and Benguet Provincial Councilors’ League; 600 participants 84.496 84,496 5. Pulse Survey Phase II (NEDA)  Training for Enumerators and Team Supervisors  Pulse Survey conducted in Baguio City and all provinces except Abra  Post Survey Assessment in Ifugao and Apayao 773.175 503,175
  • 50. C-7 First Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report II. CAPABILITY BUILDING Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Amount Disbursed CY 2012 CY 2013 1. Declaration of Principles for Environmental Governance (UP)  On going 748,000.00 465,500.00 2. CIPC Banner program: Preservation of Cordillera Culture and Heritage program (NCIP)  Initial Meeting conducted 380,000.00 171,000.00 3. Revitalizing the BLISTT (NEDA)  On-going 864,978.69 464,978.69 4. Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training (PRO-COR)  For implementation in June 2013 584,000.00 554,800.00 5. Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change (DA)  Initial Meeting conducted  For implementation in June 2013 500,000.00 450,000.00 III. ALLIANCE AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Amount Disbursed CY 2012 CY 2013 1. Hiring of Job Orders for SPCAR (NEDA)  3 JOs hired 142,500.00

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