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    • CY 2012 YEAR END 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 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) CHARMP 2Health Facilities Enhancement Program
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS Main Report: I CY 2012 Major Programs and Projects ------- 1 II Project Implementation Status ------- 2 III CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects ------- 3 IV RPMC Project Site Inspections ------- 4 V Special Projects of CAR ------- 6 Annexes: A CY 2012 Major Programs/Projects ------- A-1 B Eight Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Program (CHARMP 2) ------- B-1 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) ------- B-5 Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Program (ARISP III) ------- B-10 Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road ------- B-13 Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary ------- B-16 Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Systems for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services ------- B-19 National Greening Program (NGP) ------- B-20 Red and Black School Building Program ------- B-23 C Inspection Report Fourth Quarter Inspection Report ------- C-1 D Special Projects Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region (Special Autonomy Fund ) ------- D-1 PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganangPamayaNAn) ------- D-2
    • 1 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report FOURTH QUARTER CY 2012 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 eleven regional line agencies (RLAs). I. CY 2012 Major Programs/Projects For CY 2012, there are 46 major P/Ps with an aggregate cost of Php 11.046 Billion of which about Php 5.42 billion or 49 percent are new P/Ps, Php 4.9 billion or 44 percent are multi-year projects, and Php 0.724 billion or seven (7) percent are carryover projects. In terms of cost, the economic development sector has the highest at 56 percent or Php 6.224billion, followed by the infrastructure sector at 24 percent or Php 2.611 billion, and the social sector having the least at 16 percent or Php 1.803 billion. Also included are rehabilitation and reconstruction projects under the Strategic Action Plan (SAP) on areas affected by typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel” in 2011 amounting to Php 406 million or 4 percent. Carry over projects, Php 0.724 M 7% Multi-year projects Php 4.9 B 44% New projects, Php 5.422B 49% Social Php 1.803 16% Economic Php 6.224 56% Infrastructure Php 2.611 24% Strategic Action Plan 0.406 4% 100% Php 11.044 BillionProject Cost by Sector of the 46 P/Ps Project Cost by Category of the 46 P/Ps
    • 2 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report In terms of funding source, 67 percent is locally funded while 32 percent is foreign assisted. The foreign- assisted projects are: (a) Second Cordillera Highland Agriculture Resource Management Program (CHARMP II), Php 3.2 Billion, (b) Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Program (ARISP), Php 903 Million; and (c) Rural Micro-Enterprises Promotion Program (RuMEPP), Php 1.8 Million. II. Project Implementation Status For the fourth quarter, the overall status of project implementation is 58.98 percent, a modest 16 percent increase from the third quarter. The SAP projects posted the highest accomplishment followed the social sector, then the infrastructure sector. The economic sector’s low performance is due to the delayed implementation of its banner project, the CHARMP 2. (Please refer to Annex A for the detailed status of the 46 projects) Projects identified under the SAP areas affected by typhoons Pedring, Quiel and Juan posted an accomplishment of 99.08 percent, most of which are roads and school building projects. The Social Sector obtained an overall accomplishment of 68.76 percent. The projects reported under the sector are DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), DepEd’s Red 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Social Economic Infrastructure Strategic Action Plan CAR 68.76 % 52.09 % 62.39 % 99.08 % 58.98 % Implementation Status as of December 2012
    • 3 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report and Black School building Program, Rehabilitation of School Building including Water Sanitation Facilities and Philippines’ Response to Indigenous and Muslim Education (PRIME), DOH’s Health Facilities and Water System Projects and foreign-assisted Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and child Health Service. The Infrastructure Sector had an overall accomplishment of 62.39 percent, composed of DPWH’s priority road and bridge projects. These priority roads are mainly laterals that link CAR to Regions I and II. The Economic Sector posted an overall accomplishment of 52 percent. The sector’s accomplishment is relatively low due to the negative slippage incurred by 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. 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 Government Priority, National Greening Program (NGP), NIA’s Irrigation Projects, DTI’s One Town One Product Program (OTOP) and Shared Service Facilities SSF, and DOST’s completed Small Enterprises Technology Program (SETUP), and Packaging and Labeling Project. The overall performance during the quarter translates to 15 P/Ps completed, 10 are on track, 5 P/Ps are ahead of schedule, and 16 behind schedule. Of the 16 projects reported behind schedule, 11 projects posted slippages less than negative 15 percent. The common reason reported was due to inclement weather/typhoons within the project area. Agencies have adopted catch-up plans to put the projects on track. CHARMP 2 had a negative 18.86 percent slippage as it underwent another NEDA ICC process for project reconfiguration to address the issue on LGU counterpart. DA will have to retarget its work schedule once reconfiguration is in effect. The Philippine Response to Indigenous and Muslim Education (PRIME) of DepEd, is the most problematic project that has a negative 51 percent slippage. DepEd acknowledges the delay and has undertaken actions to put the project on track. III. CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects The CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects gives a view of the status of program/project implementation for selected projects of regional and national significance. From the 46 programs/projects, eight (8) were identified by the sectoral committees tagged as their banner projects and directly support the key focus areas (KFA) of development in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), namely: physical integration, greens and ornamental grocer and social development. These programs/projects with an aggregate cost of Php 5.3 billion are closely monitored by the RPMC. These were selected based on the criteria set during the RPMES national forum: (a) foreign- assisted projects (FAP/ODA), (b) interprovincial, (c) large scale cost, (d) national priority, critical projects by the Office of the President (OP), and (e)
    • 4 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report regional priority. These programs/projects are as follows: (Please refer to Annex B for the details of the eight priority sectoral programs/projects) 1. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2) 2. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) 3. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III (ARISP III) 4. Kabugao-Solsona, Apayao-Ilocos Norte Road 5. Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road 6. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services 7. National Greening Program 8. Red and Black School Building Program IV. RPMC Project Site Inspections All the eight (8) major programs/projects were visited by the Regional Inspectorate Team (RIT) throughout the year. The following table indicates the date of visit and major findings and actions undertaken: (Please refer to Annex C for the 4th Quarter Inspection Reports) CY 2012 List of Major Projects Monitored by the RIT Name of Program/Project (Implementing Agency) Date of Inspection Major Findings/Actions Undertaken 1. ARISP III (DAR) a. Improvement of Namagtey-Tungey FMR May 28, 2012 Occurrence of everyday rains delayed implementation of project; Contractor made a catch up plan/strategy to complete the project. 2. Red and Black School Building Program (DepED) a. Sinipsip NHS b. Mankayan CS c. Buguias NHS d. Bulalacao NHS May 29, 2012 School sites have problems in erosion that were not properly or adequately addressed; DepED immediately coordinated with the LGU and the contractor to plan for the immediate establishment of slope stabilization measures (structural and vegetative) in the area. 3. National Greening Program (DENR) a. Bangao NGP May 30, 2012 Sites planted by the school have high percent survival students/teachers take care of the planted seedlings; 4. Kabugao-Solsona, Apayao-Ilocos Norte Road (DPWH) October 9, 2012 Project Suspension was issued on July 1, 2012 since the contractor cannot mobilize due to series of slides and road cut along the 21 km road leading to the project site.
    • 5 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report 5. Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road (DPWH) October 10, 2012 The 4.9 % negative slippage is attributed to the work interruption during the past months due to inclement weather caused by Typhoons Gener, Helen, and Igme. 6. Health Facilities Enhancement Program (DOH) a. Bontoc General Hospital b. Sabagan RHU c. Natonin Municipal Hospital & Sewage Treatment Plant Dec. 10, 2012 Project implementation proceeding well; Planning of the project drew the partners together in identifying and addressing local priorities in a coordinated way. 7. CHARMP2 (DA) a. Locong-Jawang CIS b. Sarakon-Fiangtin Foot Path c. Farmers Field Schools demo plantation in Chatol (Citrus fruits & vegetables) d. Barlig Cooperative De-huller machine e. Calamadarin Nursery Dec. 11, 2012 General assessment of project is good; Participation processes of partners with local leadership were very effective; 8. PantawidPamilyang Pilipino Program a. Natonin (Payout) Dec. 12, 2012 4Ps acknowledge the need to consider alternative modes of cash grant releases; the cost of transportation to access their cash grants is more than the grant itself; Assessment (i.e., for health and education benchmarks) registration and validation of beneficiaries, grievance redress systems, partnership building, capacity building and social marketing.
    • 6 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report V. SPECIAL PROJECTS Cordillera Region has two (2) special program/projects being implemented to push autonomy and peace development. These projects are Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region and PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganangPamayaNAn). 1. Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region 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). Implementation started in 2007, as of October 2012, the program has received P 78M of funding support. As of February 2013, 72 or 77% of the 94 projects have been completed. Fifteen (15) or 16% are ongoing, five (5) projects have yet to start implementation while two (2) have been terminated. 2. 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 aims to contribute to lasting peace by achieving the following objectives: (a) Reduce poverty and vulnerability in conflict-affected areas; (b) Improve governance; and (c) 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 Province/Municipality shall be the implementing partner of DILG and OPAPP. For this year, there are 23 projects with a total cost of Php 50 M. As of December 2012, the overall accomplishment is 1.70%, 2 (two) projects are ongoing and the rest are still in pre-implementation/mobilization stage.
    • A Major Programs/Projects 2012 For the fourth quarter, the overall status of project implementation is 58.98 percent, about 16 percent increase from the third quarter. Annex A gives the detailed status of the 46 P/Ps. Status as of December 2012
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-1 SOCIAL SECTOR 1. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) DSWD 888.889 Loan 78.17% AO end of Sept 2. Red and Black School Building Program DepEd CY 2011: 166.944 CY 2012: 115.200 GOP CY 2011 99.70% 209 Classrooms CY 2012 34.16% 143 Classrooms 3. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services DOH & LGUs Abra Apayao Benguet 43.00 JICA 5% 4. National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction Program DSWD 41.025 GOP, Loan 98.09% 5. Rehabilitation of School Building including Water Sanitation Facilities DepEd School Building CY 2011: 15.468 WATSAN CY 2011: 15.861 School Building CY 2012: 28.633 WATSAN CY 2012: 29.340 GOP CY 2011 Fund: 88.92% CY 2011 Fund: 96.48% CY 2012 Fund: Waiting for SARO 6. Philippine Response to Indigenous People’s (IP) and Muslim Education (PRIME) DepEd 3.978 AusAid 31% Slippage: -51%
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-2 7. Construction of Various Health Facility DOH CY 2011: 117.867 CY 2012: 310.599 GOP CY 2011 fund: 95.00% CY 2012 fund: 33.28% 8. Water Supply System DOH 84.500 GOP 60.75% Sub-Total 1.803 68.76% ECONOMIC SECTOR 9. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2) DA 3,081.862 IFAD, ADB. OFID 41.85% Slippage: -18.86% 10. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DAR Total Project Cost: 903.863 CY 2011: (2 projects) 16.718 CY 2012: (12 projects) 176.027 Loan GOP 82.20% 11. National Greening Program (NGP) DENR 124.339 GOP 100% 12. Farm-to-Market Roads (CY 2011 Fund: Abra, Kalinga and Mt. Province) (CY 2012 Fund: Abra, Baguio City, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DA CY 2011: 53.00 CY 2012: 189.631 Grant CY 2011: 90.75% CY 2012: 49.33%
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-3 13. Irrigation Projects NIA 1,837.911 (8O2 projects) GOP 49.56% 14. One Town One Product Program (OTOP) DTI 2.747 GOP 100% 15. Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion Programme (RuMEPP) DTI 1.800 IFAD with GOP Counter Part 100% 16. Shared Service Facilities Project (SSF) DTI 8.388 NEDAC Fund (National Export Develop- ment and Competi- tiveness) Awarding of bidding suppliers 17. Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects DOST 28.673 GOP 100% 18. Packaging and Labeling DOST 0.688 GOP 100% Sub-Total 6.224 52.18% INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR Abra 19. Abra-Ilocos Sur Road DPWH 106.195 GOP 66.89% Slippage: -14.84% Issued warnings 20. Abra-Kalinga Road, K0467+000- K0474+305 DPWH 147.691 GOP 39.48% Slippage: -12.75% Time extension on process
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-4 21. Abra-Ilocos Norte, K0436+700- K0439+395 DPWH 62.00 GOP 60.48% Slippage: +2.18% Time extension on process 22. Road Upgrading along Abra- Cervantes Road (Realigned from Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge) DPWH 60.00 GOP 71.92% Slippage: -5.92% 23. Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge (P160.0 M) DPWH 160.00 GOP 82.43% Slippage: -17.57% Time extension on process (craneway embankment collapsed due to river swelling) 24. Abra-Kalinga Road K0410+000- K0413+810 DPWH 50.45 GOP 100% 25. Abra-Kalinga Road K0437+490- K0455+890, K0432+000 K0450+800 DPWH 143.67 GOP 100% Apayao 26. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road K0661+000 - K0661+321, K0643+646 - K0645+825 Gravel to Concrete DPWH 58.827 GOP 100% 27. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road DPWH 100.00 GOP 8.73% Slippage:
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-5 -1.98% Clearing of slides on going Benguet 28. Rehab./Reconst’n/Upgrading of Kennon Road DPWH 54.433 GOP 31.31% Slippage: -9.49% 29. Baguio-Bontoc Road (Pico- Lamtang Rd., Baguio Itogon & Baguio-Bontoc) DPWH 98.674 GOP 28.77% Slippage: +14.27% 30. 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 40.01% 31. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- Abatan Road DPWH 98.50 GOP 100% 32. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- Abatan Road K0303+600- K03012+000 DPWH 116.50 GOP 100% 33. Rehab./Impv’t. of Gurel-Bokod- Kabayan-Buguias Road including RROW DPWH 148.00 GOP 67.16% Slippage: +2.0% 34. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- Abatan Road, K0345+513- K0359+300 (vs.) DPWH 68.921 GOP 83.54% Slippage: -2.57% Time extension on process Project
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-6 suspended at sections w/ RROW problems Ifugao 35. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista-Isabela Bdry. Road DPWH 58.064 GOP 17.35% Slippage: -13.96% 36. Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao-Mt. Province Road DPWH 54.163 GOP 100% Kalinga 37. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0470+000- K0472+267 DPWH 53.057 GOP 39.98% Slippage: -4.95% 38. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0476+000- K0480+1000, K0480+1000- K0482+700 (with exceptions) DPWH 135.27 GOP 8.75% Slippage: +1.44% 39. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road K0485+000-K0489+000 DPWH 100.00 GOP 95.60% Slippage: -4.40% 40. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road K0560+1061-K0520+449 DPWH 245.00 GOP 62% Slippage: -10% 41. Mt. Province Bdry. –Calanan- Pinukpuk –Abbut Road (Pinukpuk) (P209.0 M) K0499+674- K0509+294 (I.S.) DPWH 209.00 GOP 49.37% Slippage: -50.63%
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-7 42. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road, Abut A of Baay Bridge+(-18502) to Abut A of Baay Bridge+0 DPWH 183.239 GOP Mobilization on-going Mountain Province 43. Mt. Province –Ilocos Sur via Tue Road DPWH 81.815 GOP 45.07% Slippage: -11.75% For approval of time extension 44. Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur via Kayan DPWH 92.00 GOP 86.87% Slippage: -4.93% Sub-Total 2.611 61.54% STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN (SAP) (Rehabilitation and Recovery of Areas Affected by Disasters) 45. Disaster Related Rehabilitation Project (DRRP) DPWH DRRP Calamity Fund CY 2011 a. Apayao 1st District Engineering Office (16 projects) 74.550 97.25% b. Apayao 2nd District Engineering Office (5 projects) 14.000 100% c. Benguet 1st District Engineering Office (15 projects) 45.469 100% d. Benguet 2nd District Engineering Office (6 projects) 39.279 100% e. Baguio City District Engineering Office (1 project) 0.600 100% f. Ifugao 1st District Engineering Office (2 projects) 8.580 100% g. Ifugao 2nd District Engineering Office (4 projects) 25.850 100% h. Kalinga District Engineering Office (9 projects) 85.910 100%
    • Fourth Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of December 2012 PROGRAM/PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (PhP M) FUNDING SOURCE STATUS/ REMARKS A-8 i. Mt. Province District Office (28 projects) 102.459 100% Sub-Total 396.69 99.48% 46. Quick Response Fund (QRF) DepEd GOP a. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.1) 1.202 56% b. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.2) 1.202 100% c. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra (Construction of 3 Seater Toilet – type III with handwashing) 318.0 79% d. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra (1 classroom repair) 219.0 71% e. Tonglo Carino PS, Buguias, Benguet 1.202 15% f. Talubin NHS, Bontoc Mt. Province (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) 1.143 85% g. Tumog Es, Luna, Apayao (Construction of 1stry 3 Classroom 7x9 type I) 1.942 100% h. Lagawe CS, Lagawe, Ifugao (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) 1.200 100% i. Bañacao ES, Bangued West, Abra (Repair of Classrooms / Construction of Slope Protection /Water System) 1.600 100% Sub-Total 10.02 83.23% SAP Sub-Total 0.406 99.08% CAR Total 11.046 58.98% Sources: RLAs RPMES PMC Form I-1 and RPMES PMC Form I-2 as of December 2012.
    • B Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects CY 2012 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 5.3 billion are being closely monitored by the RPMC. Status as of December 2012
    • B-1 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 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: Php 3,081,862,000 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 reduce the poverty and improve the livelihood of poor rural women and men in indigenous communities in the upland areas of the Cordillera Administrative Region. The objectives are to (1) increase the household income of poor farmers through sustainable agricultural development; and (2) enhance the quality of life of targeted communities 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; and (5) project management and coordination. Locong-Jawang CIS Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2) Sarakon-Fiangtin Foot Path
    • B-2 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: CY2009- CY2015 Start: January 1, 2009 End: December 31, 2015 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 49.72% 53.43% 57.15% 60.86% Actual 18.45% 20.65% 34.25% 41.85% Slippage (31.27%) (32.78%) (22.90%) (19.01%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target 60.86% FOA+ Grant: Php 2,417.48 Actual 41.86% * Php 870.93 (36% of FOA+Grant) * (57.03% of the total allotment released) Php 1,527.073 from CY 2009-CY2012 Slippage (18.82%) Demo Plantation in Chatol Calamadarin Nursery
    • B-3 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): 1. Delayed implementation of infra subprojects due to difficulty of LGUs in providing cash counterpart required as indicated in the NG-LGU cost sharing policy. 2. Approval of the proposed rural finance scheme/Livelihood Assistance Finance (LAF) in place of the credit subcomponent. 3. Extension of OFID Loan Agreement which will close in July 2013 Actions Taken/ Recommendations: 1. The project is waiting for the approval of the proposed NG-LGU cost sharing mix of 60%-40% for 1st -2nd class LGUs, 70%-30% for 3rd -6th class LGUs from the NEDA Board. While waiting for its approval, the Project recommended LGUs regardless of their classification to opt for the cost-sharing arrangement included in the Project Financing Agreement, where the CHARMP2 will shoulder 60% and LGUs will provide 40% equity in order to proceed with the implementation of proposed subprojects. However, only a few LGUs were able to provide counterpart based on this scheme. To initiate implementation of 25 submitted infra subproject proposals from LGUs that could not afford said NG-LGU cost sharing scheme, fund assistance from the DA-OSEC was sought to cover 30% of the total cost of subprojects. The Project and the concerned LGUs are now waiting for the release of CFA in the amount of Php 50 million from the DA-OSEC. As of June 2012, another batch of 71 subproject proposals was submitted to DA-OSEC for fund support in the amount of Php 89 million. 2. Since the credit scheme as a subcomponent of the original Project Design is not feasible for poor target beneficiaries in CAR, the Project proposed for the Livelihood Fund Assistance (LAF) that would assist livelihood and income generating activities of target groups. This proposal is part of the revised Project Design which is now for approval by the ICC/Government. 3. The Project requested for an extension of the loan validity to coincide with the loan closing of the IFAD loan (June 2016). Request was reiterated to DA-CO for submission to Department of Finance mid of October 2012. Remarks: The project is waiting for the final approval of the Revised Project Design by NEDA ICC Board/ National Government.
    • B-4 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report 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 Baguio Stock Farm Compound, Marcos Highway corner Sto. Tomas Road, 2600 Baguio City Telefax: Email: +63.74.444.8329/ Tel No. +63. 74. 444.7991 charm@mozcom.com
    • B-5 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Social Welfare and Development-CAR Fund Source: Loan: ADB Total Project Cost: Php 888.889 M Location/Area Coverage: 6 provinces, 7 congressional Districts, 2 cities, 75 municipalities, 1,070 municipalities Description: Under the Set 5 expansion, the program currently covers all the 75 municipalities and 2 cities in the region. However, not all barangays are covered due to the targeting strategy for urbanized cities like Baguio, wherein the poorest barangays identified rather than saturating the entire city. The program is aimed at targeting five out of the eight Millennium Development Goals. It is intended to address the following MDGs: reduce poverty and hunger (goal1), achieve universal primary education (goal2), reduce child mortality (goal4), improve maternal health (goal5), and promote gender equality and women’s empowerment (goal3). These are all achieved by reducing extreme poverty and increasing human capital of the poorest households, particularly in the areas of nutrition, education, and health. Officially launched in late2007, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is the Philippine government’s version of the conditional cash transfer (CCT)-a program that is widely practiced in other countries. The program is patterned after the conditional cash transfer program in Latin America and African countries which have been proven successful as a poverty reduction and social development measure (World Bank, 2009) The program offers the following health and education cash grants to beneficiary-households: 1) 500 pesos a month per household, or 6,000 pesos a year, for preventive health check-ups and vaccines of pregnant women and of children with ages five years old and below; 2) 300 pesos a month per child, or 3,000 pesos a year, for his/her educational expenses for one school year (10months). The educational assistance is given to each household for a maximum of three children. To be eligible, children should be between three to 14 years of age and enrolled either in a day-care program or in elementary school. Thus a house hold with three qualified children can get a subsidy of 1,400 pesos per month, or 15,000 pesos a year, for a maximum of five years (Senate, 2010). Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
    • B-6 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report The program has six (6) conditionality that beneficiary-families must comply with. These are the following: 1) Pregnant members of the household shall get pre-natal care; child birth shall be attended by skilled/trained health professionals; and mothers shall get post-natal care thereafter. 2) Children between 0-5 years old shall get regular preventive health check-ups and receive immunizations, such as BCG, DPT-OPV, anti-measles and hepatitis vaccines. 3) Children between 6-14 years old shall receive de-worming pills twice a year (Scheduled every five months, or every January and July of the elementary school year). 4) Children between 3-5 years old shall go to day-care/pre-school classes and attend85 percent of the time. 5) Children between 6-14yearsold must be enrolled in school and should attend classes 85 per cent of the time. The 4Ps beneficiaries from Barangay Balangao, Butac, Maducayan, Sta. Isabela, Banao (Natonin, Mt. Provivce) Natonin (Payout)
    • B-7 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Project Physical Indicators (September-October 2012) Category Target Actual Variance Percentage Sept. Oct. Sept. Oct. Sept. Oct. Sept. Oct. Education 3-5 years old 16,315 16,315 15,668 15,704 647 611 96.03% 96.25% 6-14 years old 93,007 93,007 89,732 90, 037 3,275 2,970 96.48% 96.81% Health 0-5 years old 31,809 31,809 30,895 30,920 914 889 97.13% 97.21% Pregnant Women 2 2 2 2 0 0 100% 100% (Deworming) 15,283 15,247 36 99.76% FDS Grantee 54,351 54,351 48,903 49,678 5,448 4,673 89.98% 91.40% Looking at the table above, the 95% target set by the National Project Management Office was reached for all categories except for attendance to FDS that averaged to only 90.69%. In order to address the dip in compliance, CVS Campaign is being conducted in municipalities with low compliance rates. Current Allotment Received and Cash Grants Disbursed Status of Cash Allocation (January-September 2012) TYPE OF EXPENSE FINANCIAL Target Actual % Accomp. PS & MOOE 86,516,818.68 51,626,983.17 59.67% CASH GRANT 240,338,200 213,819,400 88.97% TOTAL 326,855,018.00 265,446,383.17 81.21% YEAR Type Funded Paid 2008 GRANTS 35,473,400.00 35,433,500.00 MOOE & CAPITAL OUTLAY 7,177,853.50 4,835,897.80 2009 GRANTS 70,942,700.00 59,319,700.00 MOOE & CAPITAL OUTLAY 8,421,695.70 5,931,694.46 2010 GRANTS 145,288,300.00 142,464,100.00 MOOE & CAPITAL OUTLAY 19,729,271.00 17,959,128.76 2011 GRANTS 230,071,900.00 209,305,800.00 MOOE & CAPITAL OUTLAY 44,928,543.80 40,141,723.48 2012 GRANTS 240,338,200.00 213,819,400.00 MOOE & CAPITAL OUTLAY 86,516,818.68 51,626,983.17
    • B-8 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of October 2012 Project Duration: Start: 2008 End: 2017 For CY 2012 Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-Jun Jul-Aug Sep-Oct Nov-Dec Target 16.67% 16.67% 16.67% 16.67% 16.67% 16.67% Actual 15.94% 15.58% 15.57% 15.97% 15.11% Slippage (0.73%) (1.09%) (1.1%) (0.7%) (1.56%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target Actual 78.17% Slippage Issues and Concerns Action Taken and Recommendation Registration and Validation Upon validation of data generated from the system, it was found out that there are 34,112 potential beneficiaries for registration in the system; however, only 30,330 out of the 34,112 were provided by the NPMO with validation form and LBP registration form. By the second quarter, 25649 household beneficiaries have been registered to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program out of the target 34, 112 households. With the mandates from Secretary Soliman, the remaining 8,463 are being validated and are targeted to be registered by August 10, 2012. Compliance Verification Result The NPMO does not provide the list of compliant and non-compliant beneficiaries. Massive retro-active payment has been initiated by the regional office for non- compliant beneficiaries who have been validated fall in the category of un-updated in school and health facility but have been compliant to the program conditions for the 1st and 2nd period. Beneficiary Update System The NPMO has not yet provided the Entry ID in the BUS turnout despite request from the BDMD. This is already available in the BUS turnout.
    • B-9 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Library Management During the cleaning of Library, once all of the contents of a school/health center have been transferred, the previous school should be automatically disabled, in order for encoders not to use that school. As of 2nd quarter, caution has been exercised in the cleaning of the Pantawid library of facilities. The deleting of facilities has been temporarily ceased. Instead, the beneficiaries are being transferred to their correct facility of enrollment. Remarks: Agency Contact Person: DIR. LEONARDO C. REYNOSO Regional Director, DSWD-CAR No. 40 North Drive 2600 Baguio City 442-7917 F
    • B-10 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DAR-CAR / DPWH-CAR / NIA-CAR / LGUs Fund Sources: GOP: Loan: JICA Total Project Cost: Php 903,863,055.00 Project Cost (2011): Php 16.718 M Loan/Grant Proceeds: Php 677,897,291.25 Peso Counterpart: Php 225,965,763.75 Project Cost (2012): Php 176.027 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 considers 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 the organizing and strengthening of various organizations in the ARCs to build their capabilities to operate and manage the infrastructure facilities and agri-business in a sustainable basis. The project also supports the Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support (ARISP III)
    • B-11 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report development of viable agribusiness in the ARCs to harness the agricultural potentials, add value to agricultural products, and make them more competitive in the market. In CAR, actual project implementation commenced in CY 2011. From CY 2008 to 2010, the pre- implementation activities conducted are indicative development planning, site validation, project prioritization and individual project designs. There are 61 projects confirmed with an aggregate cost of Php 903.86 M. For CY 2012, 12 projects (10 irrigation projects and 2 FMRs) are programmed for implementation with a total cost of Php 167.44 M. These are located in the provinces of Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. DAR Regional /Central Project Management Office and DPWH Central Office representatives inspect ongoing construction in coordination with DPWH District Engineering Office Sections along Pitpitan – Tamog-O FMR, Bauko, Mt. Province Service area Manual hauling of agricultural products
    • B-12 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: Start: April 2008 End: April 2014 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 29.16 % 48.87 % 45.26% 100% Actual 23.88 % 36.87 % 69.62% 82.20% Slippage (5.28%) (12.00 %) (24.36%) (17.80%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target Actual 83.74% 82.19% Slippage Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): 1. Undue project delay due to lack of equipment and manpower 2. Absence of DPWH QAU representative during inspection. 3. Inclement weather Actions Taken/ Recommendations: 1. Conducted Strategy Planning and monthly Area Implementation Team (AIT) meetings participated by representatives from DAR Provincial / Municipal Office, DPWH, LGU and the Contractor to draw catch-up plan. Remarks: Agency Contact Person: DIR. FRANKLIN E. COCOY OIC-Regional Director, DAR-CAR #39 m. Roxas St., Brgy. Tabora, Baguio City ENGR. WILLIE GARCIA 445-4497
    • B-13 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: Php 100 M. Contract Cost: Php 89.089 M. Location/Area Coverage: Barangay Madatag, Kabugao, Apayao Description: The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) as lateral road; it connects Ilocos Region and the Northern Cordilleras. It traverses the municipalities of Kabugao and Calanasan in Apayao and turns west to Solsona in Ilocos Norte. The 76.48 km road stretch is a segment of the San Nicolas-Solsona-Kabugao-Conner- Abbut Lateral Road as Apayao’s direct access to Laoag International Airport. The road starts at PoblacionKabugao and ends in Solsona. At the Ilocos Norte side, concrete paving is being completed up to the regional boundary. Approximately 10 km. is for opening at the Kabugao side. Likewise, seven (7) major bridges are to be constructed with a total length of 445 lm. crossing several tributaries of the Apayao River. However, the whole stretch remains a gap (unpaved) even after the project. The road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classification to arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson. This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. The specific project output is road opening and gravelling of 9.56 kms. Kabugao (Apayao)-Solsona (Ilocos Norte) Road Kabugao-Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd PROJECT LOCATION
    • B-14 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: Start: June 27, 2012 End: July 21, 2013 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 0.50% 1.53% 2.03% Actual 0.50% 0.7% 0.05% Slippage (0.83%) (1.98%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target Actual 8.73% 8.88% Slippage Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Project Suspension was issued on July 1, 2012 since the contractor cannot mobilize due to series of slides and road cut along the 21 km road leading to the project site. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: To address this, the DPWH-CAR requested DPWH-CO to utilize savings for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts costing Php 2.38 M. This was eventually approved and the contractor was advised to resume effective September 30, 2012. Remarks: Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City Tel. 444-8838
    • B-15 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Kabugao Section
    • B-16 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: Php58.827 M. Contract Cost : Php 49.574 M. Location/Area Coverage: Barangays Swan and Mataguisi, Pudtol, Apayao Description: The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) as the northern tip of the regional backbone. The 95.7 km. road stretch directly links the capital town Kabugao to Lower Apayao, the seat of provincial government and business growth center in the Municipality of Luna. The road starts at junction Lenneng along the Kabugao-Conner-Abbut Road and going north-east traverses municipalities of Kabugao, Pudtol and Luna and ends at Junction Luna in Abulug, Cagayan along the Pan-Philippine Highway. The Pan- Philippine Highway connects Laoag, Ilocos Norte and Tuguegarao, Cagayan. The gap at the Kabugao side (19.359 km.), traverses a rugged mountainous terrain, then slowly goes down to the Paco Valley, which was then proposed as government center. The road will also traverse the Mataguisi Valley in Pudtol. The valleys have vast potential for agricultural production. The road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classification to arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson. This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna Cagayan Bdry Road PROJECT LOCATION
    • B-17 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report The bridges across Apayao River (Babulayan Bridge) and tributaries Maton and Nagan Rivers have been completed. However, two (2) more major bridges across Malilibag River (60 lm) and Paco River (36 lm) are yet to be constructed to finally complete the road link. On top of this, there are six (6) temporary bridges to be replaced with permanent bridge structures with a total length of 90 lm. The specific project output is road construction of 2.4 km. After the project, the road has still a gap (unpaved) of 16.959 km. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: Start: February 20, 2012 End: December 12, 2012 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 5 % 50% 67.41% 100% Actual 5 % 35.7% 62.51% 100% Slippage (4.90%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target 100% 100% Actual 100% 100% Slippage Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Actions Taken/ Recommendations: Remarks: Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City Tel. 444-8838
    • B-18 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report Babulayan Bridge across Apayao River Paco Valley Mataguisi Valley Junction Lenneng (Kabugao)
    • B-19 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012 Project Title: CORDILLERA-WIDE STRENGTHENING OF THE LOCAL HEALTH SYSTEM FOREFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT DELIVERY OF MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES Implementing Agency: DOH & LGUs Abra, Apayao, Benguet Fund Source: ( ) GOP ( ) Loan () JICA Loan/Grant Proceeds: Peso Counterpart: Total Project Cost: PhP43 M Location/Area Coverage: All provinces in the region will be taken as the Project area while only the provinces of Benguet, Apayao and part of Abra shall serve as the Project sites. Description: The project aims to enhance the citizen’s condition health condition particularly of women and children through the delivery of effective and efficient Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services. The project seeks to: (a) strengthen the local health systems in all the CAR Provinces; and (b) improve the quality of health services. Project Duration: Start: June 2012 End: PROJECT PROGRESS For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Actual 5% Slippage Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target Actual (slippage) 5% Slippage Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Actions Taken/ Recommendations: Remarks: Project was launched on March 13, 2012. However, the project has yet to fully take-off since JICA has yet to procure and deliver the medical equipments for the provinces of Abra and Apayao. Agency Contact Person: DR. JUDITH N. ALLAGA Regional Director Nursing Building, BGH Compound, 2600 B.C. 442-8097 (F) MS. EMILY QUINES (Cordillera-wideStrengthening of Local HealthSystem) 444-5255
    • B-20 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DENR–CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: P124,339,000.00 Location/Area Coverage: Region wide The locations are spread out all over the six provinces of CAR including Baguio City with a total area of 15,258 hectares to be planted through social mobilization. Description: An administration priority program (Executive Order No. 26) that seeks to attain asustainable 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. The NGP also aims to ensure food security, biodiversity conservation and address climate change. In the Cordillera, the target for CY 2012 is 7.5 million trees covering 15,000 hectares with a project cost of Php 103.663 M. The project components are: (a) seedling production, Php 62.382 M; plantation site preparation; Php 17.469 M; and maintenance and protection, Php 23,812 M. National Greening Program (NGP)
    • B-21 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
    • B-22 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: Start: January 2012 End: December 2012 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 11.16% 60.50% 21.41% 6.92% Actual 14.49% 34.49% 24.46% 26.55 Slippage (3.33%) (26.01%) (3.05%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target 100% 100% Actual 100% 100% Slippage Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Actions Taken/ Recommendations: 1. Adopted catch-up plan Remarks: 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)
    • B-23 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DepED-CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: (CY 2011) P166.944 M (CY 2012) P115.200M Location/Area Coverage: Region wide Description: The Regular School Building Program specifically targets schools which are categorized under the Red Zone or those which have a ratio of 56 or more students to one classroom: and the Black Zone, or schools which make use of makeshift classrooms and facilities. The standard DepEd design is 7m x 9m classroom for rural areas with a classroom-student ratio of 1:45. This standard also applies to all public secondary schools, regardless of location and class size. In CAR, the carry-over CY 2011 projects has a total project cost of Php166.944 M. covering 147 school sites for new 209 classrooms. The table below shows the details per province/city: Province/City No. of sites(CY 2011) No. of Classrooms Project Cost Status (AO Dec. 2012) Abra 18 16 18,427,000 100% Apayao 21 26 15,812,000 98.51% Benguet 18 28 25,793,000 100% Ifugao 13 21 28,493,000 100% Kalinga 41 65 44,636,000 100% Mt. Province 30 34 20,042,000 98.69% Baguio 6 10 13,740,000 100% CAR 147 209 166,943,500 99.70% Red and Black School Building Program
    • B-24 Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report For CY 2012 projects, construction started during the second quarter. There are 147 school sites to have 207 new classrooms with a total project cost of Php 115.2 M. The next table shows the details per province/city: PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of December 2012 Project Duration: Start: January End: December For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Actual (CY 2011) (CY 2012) 8.44% 0.78% 7.69% 6.72% 26.47% 83.76% 34.16% Slippage Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Status Physical Financial Target Actual (CY 2011) (CY 2012) 99.70% 34.16% Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Actions Taken/ Recommendations: Remarks: Incomplete report AO January 2013 Agency Contact Person: DIR. ELLEN B. DONATO, Regional Director Wangal, La Trinidad, 2601 Benguet Province/City No. of sites (CY 2012) No. of Classrooms Project Cost Status (AO Dec. 2012) Abra 18 26 7,920,000 89.49% Apayao 21 26 10,080,000 Benguet 18 28 15,840,000 90.57% Ifugao 13 21 10,800,000 27.24% Kalinga 41 65 29,520,000 18.53% Mt. Province 30 31 23,760,000 27.69% Baguio 6 10 17,280,000 16.91% CAR 147 207 115,200,000 34.16%
    • C Inspection Report Programs/Projects Mountain Province The RPMC Inspection Team composed of representatives from DILG-CAR, NICA, Ebgan Inc. and NEDA-CAR conducted project inspection of the following Programs/Projects: (1) Health Facilities Enhancement Program; (2) Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project; (3) Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. Conducted : December 10-13, 2012
    • C‐1   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    RPMC‐CAR Inspection Report  Programs/Projects in Mountain Province  December 10‐13, 2012      1. The RPMC Inspectorate Team     RPMC Inspection Team composed of representatives from DILG‐CAR (Mr. Marlon Walang),  NICA (Ms. Phlormelinda Olet), Ebgan Inc. (Ms. Lynn Madalang) and NEDA‐CAR (Ms. Sharon  Africano and Ms. Djaida Offie).     2. Program/Projects Inspected    Project Title  Location  Allocation  Php.(M)  Status              (as of Nov. 2012)  Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP)  a. Bontoc General Hospital    Bontoc  42.00    Completed as per  POW   b. Sabagan RHU  Sabangan  3.00  70%  c. Natonin Municipal Hospital &       Sewage Treatment Plant  Natonin  13.00    Just started  Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management  Project (CHARMP2)  a. Locong‐Jawang CIS  Bontoc  1.8  Completed  b. Sarakon‐Fiangtin Foot Path  Barlig  0.680  Completed  c. Farmers Field School demo plantation  in Chatol (Citrus fruits & veg.)  Barlig  .050  Completed  d. Agriculture, Agribusiness & Income  Generation (Barlig Cooperative De‐ huller machine)  Barlig  .270  Completed  e. Forest Management & Agroforestry  (Calamadarin Nursery)  Barlig  .154  Completed  Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) a. Natonin (Payout)  Natonin  3.784  Last payout of the  year    3. Program/Project Basic Information     On the Health Facilities Enhancement Program    Health Facility Enhancement Program is designed to address poor quality health services  due to poor facilities not only in terms of building but lack of equipment and manpower as 
    • C‐2   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    well.  To  address  this  issue,  the  Department  of  Health  has  spearheaded  the  expansion/renovation/repair and or construction of many health facilities nationwide.    For  the  Mountain  Province  HFEP,  Php  66.00  Million  was  programmed  in  2012  for  new  construction, renovation/expansion and completion covering the municipalities of: Bontoc  42M Php, Natonin Community Hospital 16M Php, Paracelis District Hospital 5M Php, and   Sabangan Rural Health Unit 3M Php.      PROJECTS INSPECTED:    3.1 BONTOC  GENERAL  HOSPITAL  (Php  42M),  scope  of  work  includes:  Repair  of  Administration  Building,  Construction/Completion  of  Charity  Ward,  Extension  of  Pharmacy and Construction of Sewage Treatment Plant). As of the end of November  2012, the Bontoc HFEP is completed per program of work (POW).    Findings/Observations    a. The Emergency Room Building is completed as to the POW.  Additional works still  needs to be funded to be fully completed.  The facility can only be full – operational  with the provision of equipment for dialysis, X‐Ray, laboratory, among others.    Recommendations    a. Fast  track  the  completion  of  the  building  to  be  able  to  request  for  modern  equipment  needed,  like  X‐ray,  laboratory  &  other  equipment.  The  earlier  these  enhancement projects are completed, the sooner it will be full‐operational and bring  in its attendant benefits.    Photo documentation    Repair of Administration Building                        • replacement of ceiling   • painting (wall & ceiling)  •  floor tiling  •  renovation of conference  hall & library  •  ventilation 
    • C‐3   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report                                                                                            Renovation of conference hall & library          Replacement of ceiling, ventilation, painting (walls & ceiling) and floor tiling 
    • C‐4   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report                                                                                          Construction/Completion of Charity Ward      Construction of Sewage Treatment Plant  Extension of Pharmacy  
    • C‐5   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report                                                                                          Renovation of Family Room and Completion of the Emergency Room              E. R. Level Family Rm. Dialysis Entrance E. R. Ramp (rear of building)  Entrance to E. R.  Family Room Interior Family Room
    • C‐6   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    3.2 NATONIN  COMMUNITY  HOSPITAL  (Php  16M),  the  project  includes  slope  protection  structure worth Php 3 M,  sewage treatment plant worth Php 3 M, and the rest to the  improvement of the hospital building.     Findings/Observations    a. Slope  protection  and  sewage  treatment  plant  completed.  Improvement  of  the  hospital building just started Dec. 3, 2012. Status: 39.3%    Recommendation    a. DOH to closely monitor the implementation of the project    Photo documentation                                                                Slope protection  Sewage Treatment  Ongoing improvement & completion of the community hospital 
    • C‐7   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      3.3 SABANGAN RURAL HEALTH UNIT (Php 3M), Construction of a new RHU and placenta  pit. Status: 70%     Findings/Observations    a. The DOH‐ HFEP standard was not suitable in the local condition, the single storey  design was not appropriate for the limited & sloping area. Plan/design issues raised  by  the  LGUs  were  solved  at  the  project  level,  where  requests  for  changes  in  the  design/plan and materials were approved by the DOH. LGU proposed a two storey  building adapting to the limited and steep topography of the area. The labor room,  delivery  room  ward  and  admission/reception  area  at  the  1st   level  and  consultation/treatment  rooms,  examination  and  MHO  office  at  the  2nd   level.  Planning  of  the  project  drew  the  partners  together  in  identifying  and  addressing  local priorities in a coordinated way.    Recommendations    a. A good practice that should be followed by other LGUs;  b. National  Standards  (model  building  design)  does  not  apply  in  some  areas  of  CAR  there is a need for a more flexible approach at local level in line with community  needs.  Local  knowledge  and  locally  appropriate  designs  should  have  greater  support.                                          On‐going construction Sabangan RHU
    • C‐8   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      4. On  the  Second  Cordillera  Highland  Agricultural  Resource  Management    Project  (CHARMP2)    Project Description  The project goal is to reduce the poverty and improve the livelihood of poor rural women  and men in indigenous communities in the upland areas of the Cordillera Administrative  Region.  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; and (5) project management and coordination.    Findings/Observations    a. Physical targets were largely achieved.   b. The Foot Path and CIS  installation has been contributory factor to improved market  access;  c. Agroforestry/FSS activities provided opportunities for short‐term local employment;  d. Participation processes of partners with local leadership were very effective;    Recommendations    a. A follow‐up on project of foot path/ communal irrigation system should be planned to  achieve coordinated and multiplier effect in the project sites.                                 
    • C‐9   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      PROJECTS INSPECTED:    4.1 LOCONG‐JAWANG CIS (Php 1.8 M), this communal irrigation system has a total length of  600 meters starting at the intake until to the canal end. The main water source is the  Talubin River. It has a service area of 15.5 hectares and about 150 farmers will benefit  from  this  CIS.  Scope  of  works  includes  Structural  excavation,  Form  works,  Concrete  works, and Grouted Riprap. Status: Completed    Photo documentation                         
    • C‐10   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    4.2 SARAKON‐FIANGTIN  FOOT  PATH  (Php  680,000.00),  this  foot  path  has  an  aggregate  length of 3,610 meters and 0.60 meters wide. The project has an influence area of  40  hectares  agricultural  land  planted  mainly  of  palay  and  will  benefit  estimated  500  residents  of  4  barangays  (Gawana,  Latang,  Macalana  and  Fiangtin).  Scope  of  works  includes clearing, unclassified excavation, formworks & pathway concreting.     Photo documentation                     
    • C‐11   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      4.3 FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL (FFS) DEMO PLANTATION IN CHATOL, The FFS aims to improve  existing farming practices and introduce treatments to various crops to farmers. The  training runs for six months where they will be having lectures, discussions and hands‐ on field training on agroforestry that is facilitated by the Agricultural Technicians from  the Municipal Agriculture Office.  There are 23 FFS graduates in Fiangtin.    Photo documentation          4.4 BARLIG COOPERATIVE DE‐HULLER MACHINE, Barlig Cooperative is a beneficiary of a de‐ huller machine.  The cooperative was also a recipient of Gawad Saka Award.    Photo documentation             
    • C‐12   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      4.5 CALAMADARIN  NURSERY  is  consistent  with  CHARMP’s  promotion  of  agroforestry.   Fiangtin Agroforestry has 7.132 has. distributed to the 23 graduates of the agroforestry  FFS. The nursery is divided into 23 plots where one graduate maintains one plot.  The  nursery cost is Php 154,144.00 that needs to generate 500 seedlings per hectare.   The  total project cost of Fiangtin Agro‐forestry Project is Php 227,840.00 being manned by  Fiangtin Agro Forest Advocates, Inc.     Photo documentation        5. On the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)    Project Description    The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is a poverty reduction strategy that provides  grants  to  extremely  poor  households  to  improve  their  health,  nutrition  and  education  particularly of children aged 0‐14. The flagship program 4Ps or Conditional Cash Transfer  aims to address poverty by investing on human capital particular on the individual’s health,  nutrition,  and  education.  The  beneficiaries  must  meet  the  conditions  of  the  program  to  avail cash grants and each household beneficiary will receive cash grants for at most five  years.    It provides each family beneficiary a cash grant of P500  per month or P6,000 a year for  health and nutrition expenses and P300 per month per child or P3,000 for one school year  or 10 months for educational expenses for a maximum of three children per household as  long as they comply with the conditions.    Based on the data of the Social Welfare and Development (SWAD, there are 5,465 identified  4Ps beneficiaries in Mt. Province with the municipality of Bauko having the highest number 
    • C‐13   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    of 1,213 followed by Paracelis with 1,035, Tadian with 798, Natonin with 617, Bontoc – 396,  Sabangan – 369, Sadanga – 345, Sagada – 251, Besao – 229, and Barlig with 212.    Findings/Observations    a. CCT beneficiaries in Natonin particularly those from far flung barangays like Maducayan,  Saliok,    Banawal,  and  Balangao  experience  difficulty  in  reaching  the  Poblacion,  the  distribution center for the payout.  b. Accessibility posts a problem, the average time one travels to reach the poblacion is 4  hours, 2‐3 hours walk and an hour ride.   The beneficiaries feel that the amount they  receive is sometimes less than what they spent to reach the Poblacion.  c. Others claim they receive less than what is expected for reasons not clearly explained to  them.  d. It was also observed that there are beneficiaries, who seem to be well‐off, and not really  poor.  When asked the question, “Anya titrabaho ni lakay mo” most would say farmer,  one said she is a wife of a kagawad, and the other is into an “ukay‐ukay” business in the  poblacion.  e. Despite  the  challenges  and  difficulties  some  beneficiaries  share  a  positive  view  and  acceptance of the 4Ps program. Beneficiaries admit that the program was a big help to  them. They understand their roles and the conditions which they have to meet to be  able to continue being part of the program.    Recommendation    a. For DSWD to look for other means of bringing the distribution center closer to far‐flung  barangays, to ease the difficulties experienced by the beneficiaries.  b. For DSWD through the municipal links to continually remind the conditions set by 4Ps  advocacy  and  conduct  trainings  for  the  parent  leaders  and  volunteers  so  they  can  support activities at the barangay to promote public understanding and support.  c. There is a need for beneficiary updating in Natonin, and the municipal links should be  vigilant about this undertaking.   d. Municipal links to verify/monitor and spot check on a regular and timely basis. This will  help  assess/monitor  compliance  with  health  and  education  conditions,  operational  processes of the program are functioning as intended and to trouble shoot any process  problems that may arise before payout.         
    • C‐14   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    Photo documentation                         
    • C‐15   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report    6. Briefing/Exit Conference    Other Findings/Observations    a. Monitoring under the RPMES is not operational in Mountain Province – the Governor  and Mayors have limited knowledge on their function/mandate under EO 376 and EO  93.  There  is  this  perception  of  the  governor  for  nationally  implemented  projects  are  the  RPMC’s concern and not the PPMC’s.    b. LGU’s claim they are not consulted re implementation of projects in their locality, there  is no concurrence and acceptance of the projects.  LGUs are the end users of the  projects, they accordingly should be consulted since they also have plans and priority  projects for their locality.    Recommendation    a. Conduct of an RPMES re‐orientation.  b. RLA’s  should  consult  LGUs  and  get  their  concurrence/acceptance  of  projects  implemented in the province/ municipality.              PHOTO DOCUMENTATION  (Briefing/Exit Conference with IAs & LGUs)    Briefing with Provincial Administrator   Mountain Province Johnny Co Briefing & Exit Conference with   Sabangan Municipal Engineer J. Bang‐it 
    • C‐16   Fourth Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report      Briefing with DSWD Municipal Link‐MP   Team Leader Ms. Sheryll Bunuan  Briefing with CHARM 2 project    Exit conference with  Barlig Mayor Edmund Sidchayao    Exit conference with  Natonin  Mayor Mateo Chinyawan    Exit conference: Governor Leonard G. Mayaen with Implementing Agencies (CHARM/DA, DOH & DSWD) 
    • D Special Projects RPMC included two Special Program/Projects: The Social Preparation Fund for CAR/Special Autonomy Fund and PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn). Status as of December 2012
    • 1 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT on Social Preparation of the CAR into an Autonomous Region 2012 I. INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION (IEC) Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment Amount Disbursed 1. IEC for the General Public (PIA) 8 media coverage, 4 fora, 6 presscon, 5 provincial sorties, 1 debate, 1 essay writing contest, 1 photo contest, autonomy plug on10 FM stations an 5 AM stations (weekly),17 news advertorial, 45 articles, 20 photos, 2 websites, one time publication of HB 5595 in 17 local papers 1,350,000.00 2. LGU IEC (LGUs) Kalinga – IEC in Tabuk and various academe Mt. Province - Bontoc , Sabangan and Sagada Ifugao - IEC conducted among Ifugao Officials, PLGU employees, transport group, BIBAK students Abra - IEC conducted in Tayum and Pidigan 250,000.00 950,000.00 250,000.00 250,000.00 3. RLA IEC (NEDA) 31 IECs to staff and clienteles of 21 RLAs; attended by 4,080 pax 869,708.874. Multi-Sector IEC (NEDA) 36 IECs to Academe & Youth, CSOs & POs, Religious Sector; participated by 4,930 pax
    • 2 I. INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION (IEC) Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment Amount Disbursed 5. Impact Survey of IEC (NEDA) 1 Pulse Survey conducted 5 presentations (1 AdCom, 4 IEC forums) 578,933.63 6. Support to IEC Materials (NEDA) 55,000 HB 5595 1,500 Resource Book on Autonomy; 100 Q and A; 3,000 Other IEC materials (Executive Summary) 620,000.00 7. IEC Training for Regional and Provincial IEC Resource Speakers (NEDA) 2 trainings (April 12 and August 17) 2 meetings of Regional and Provincial IEC Resource Speakers 41,000.00 II. Capability Building (2011) Program/Project (Lead Agency) Accomplishment Amount Disbursed 2011 ‐ 1 project completed, 3 projects ongoing 2012 – 3 projects completed, 5 projects ongoing Aerospace & High  Technology  Manufacturing of  the Metals  &  Engineering Cluster   (DOST) Conduct of ISO awareness seminar / trainings  on Process Innovation and Cost Effectiveness  Training Conduct of benchmarking with other SME  machining forum 220,000.00 Preparation of  Poverty Maps:  Towards Poverty  Alleviation in the  Cordillera Phase II  (DSWD) Poverty map prepared; Terminal Report underway.  Next activity: Conduct of pilot testing of Manual  to several LGUs 180,000.00
    • 3 E. Capability Building (2012) Program/Project (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Amount Disbursed Poverty Summit (NEDA) Summit Conducted on Nov. 20‐21, 2012 636,272.46 Declaration of Principles for  Environmental Governance  (UP) On going;  465,500.00 CIPC Banner program:  Preservation  of Cordillera  Culture and Heritage  program (NCIP) MOA for signing; budget allocated is  P380,000 IKSP Research Forum (BSU)   Research Forum held last Dec. 13‐14 120,000.00 E. Capability Building (2012) Program/Project (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Amount Disbursed Revitalizing the BLISTT (NEDA) Visioning Workshop conducted Output for presentation to BLISTT LCEs Advocacy and Consultation LGU Benchmarking with Metro Naga on Dec 4-6 449,173.69 Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training (PRO-COR) MOA signed; For implementation in 2013 554,800.00 GIS Regional Networking (NEDA) GIS Training for Fiscal Management conducted on December 2012 144,147.26 Coffee Fiesta (HARRDEC) Conducted on July 2012; articles on Coffee Fiesta published in the website 100,000.00 Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change (DA) MOA signed; For implementation in 2013 450,000.00
    • 4 III.  Alliance Building, Networking and  Program Coordination PPAs Accomplishment Amount Disbursed Alliance Building and  Networking with CSOs,  NGOs 15 Meetings/ Partnership  with CSOs, NGOs Team Building  1 workshop 35,225.00 Project Assessment 1 CRADP Assessment Report 7,528.60 Hiring of Job Orders for  SPCAR 7 Job orders hired 1,071,600.04 WFP Workshop  1 workshop for LGUs 41,725.00
    • Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)‐DILG FUND CY 2012  GPH‐CBA‐CPLA Closure Agreement  As of 3 January 2012              REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT    PROVINCE  NAME OF PROJECT  LOCATION  COST  (PhP)  Date MOA Signed  1st  Release  (60%)  2nd  Release  (30%)  3rd  Release  (10%)  STATUS/REMARKS                    KALINGA  Tanudan  Improvement of Caburao‐Sarong  Irrigation Canal  Sitio Poray,  Babbanoy,  Tanudan  1.0 M  No signed MOA yet  600,000.00  CN1218936  300,000.00  CN121089  100,000.00  CN1219093  DILG‐CAR  facilitated  the  resolution  of  implementation  issues on 20 December 2012 in    Improvement of Ilang Foot Trail  Upper Lubo,  Tanudan  1.2 M    720,000.00  CN1218937  360,000.00  CN1219090  120,000.00  CN1219094  Tabuk City, Kalinga.    Improvement of Magtorong‐Casaplitan  Irrigation Canal  Upper Lubo,  Tanudan  1.0 M    600,000.00  CN1218938  300,000.00  1219091  100,000.00  CN1219095      Construction of Lubo‐Gaang Road  Upper Lubo,  Tanudan  1.0 M    600,000.00  CN1218939  300,000.00  CN1219092  100,000.00  CN1219096    KALINGA  Pasil  Construction of Ableg Concrete  Footbridge  Ableg, Pasil  0.5 M  MOA signed on 29  November 2012 at  300,000.00  CN1218956  150,000.00  CN1219097  50,000.00  CN1219101  Awaiting submission of POWs for  all projects except for the    Construction of Coop‐Dangla  Suspension Bridge  Cagaluan, Pasil  3.0 M  Azalea Hotel, Baguio  City  1,800,000.00  CN1218957  900,000.00  CN1219098  300,000.00  CN1219103  purchase  of  dump  truck  before  the release of checks.    Improvement of Ableg‐Cagaluan  Irrigation Canal  Cagaluan, Pasil  1.5 M    900,000.00  CN1218953  450,000.00  CN1218944  150,000.00  CN1219104      Construction of Dangla Footbridge  Cagaluan, Pasil  1.0 M    600,000.00  CN1218951  300,000.00  CN1218956  100,000.00  CN1219107      Improvement of Cagaluan Irrigation  Canal  Cagaluan, Pasil  1.2 M    720,000.00  CN1218954  360,000.00  CN1218960  120,000.00  CN1219102    Improvement of the Kurat Communal  Irrigation System  Balinciagao Sur,  Pasil  1.5 M    900,000.00  CN1218958  450,000.00  CN1218945  150,000.00  CN1219105      Improvement Of Katalbawan‐Tanap  Communal Irrigation System  Dalupa, Pasil  1.0 M    600,000.00  CN1218951  300,000.00  CN1219099  100,000.00  CN1219106      Construction of Footpath from  Gawaan, Galdang to Pua  Galdang, Pasil        1,800,000.00    900,000.00    300,000.00      Construction of Abulao Footbridge  Galdang, Pasil  3.0 M    CN1218957  CN1219100  CN1219108      Purchase of One Dump Truck  Galdang, Guina‐ ang, Pasil                 
    •           REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT    PROVINCE  NAME OF PROJECT  LOCATION  COST  (PhP)  Date MOA Signed  1st  Release  (60%)  2nd  Release  (30%)  3rd  Release  (10%)  STATUS/REMARKS  KALINGA  Pinukpuk   Construction of Warehouse and Drying  Pavement  Taga, Pinukpuk  0.6 M  MOA signed on 28  November 2012 at  Summer Place, Baguio  City  360,000.00  CN1218935  180,000.00  CN1218946  60,000.00  CN1219109  Awaiting  submission  of  documentary  requirements  before the release of checks.    Purchase of Two Rice Milling Machine  and Two Units Thresher  Sitios Bayao &  Ba‐ay, Limos  Pinukpuk  1.1 M    660,000.00  CN1218934  330,000.00  CN1218947  110,000.00  CN1219110    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  1,680,000.00  CN1150732    840,000.00  CN1218941  280,000.00  CN1219111  *Construction Phase  *1st  tranche released on 25  October 2012  *Project inspection conducted on  19 December 2012  KALINGA  Tabuk City  Improvement of Communal Irrigation  System Gongak to Bullagiyan Section  Dupag, Tabuk  City  1.0 M  MOA signed on 28  Nov 2012 at Summer   600,000.00  CN1218931  300,000.00  CN1218948  100,000.00  CN1219112  *Project site validation  conducted on 21 December 2012    Improvement of Dao‐ Ballicuan  Communal Irrigation System  Dupag, Tabuk  City  1.0 M  Place Hotel, Baguio  City  600,000.00  CN1218932  300,000.00  CN1218949  100,000.00  CN1219114  *Preparation of POWs    Improvement of Bannagan‐ Bagumbayan Community Irrigation  System  Bagumbayan,  Tabuk City  1.0 M    600,000.00  CN1218933  300,000.00  CN1218950  100,000.00  CN1219113    KALINGA  Tinglayan    Agro‐Forestry Livelihood Project  (Non‐MOA) 80‐20 scheme  Tinglayan  3.5 M  MOA signed on 16 July  2012 at Hotel  Supreme, Baguio City  2,800,000.00  CN1150731    700,000.00  CN1218942    *Not yet started  * Awaiting submission of the  revised project proposal  *1st  tranche released on 25  October 2012    Rehabilitation of Challug‐Mangay CIS  Bugnay,  Tinglayan  1.1 M  MOA signed on 9 Aug  2012 at Sen. Nene  Pimentel Hall, DILG‐ CAR, Baguio City  660,000.00  CN1150733    330,000.00  CN1218943  110,000.00  CN1219115  *53% completed as of 7 Dec 2012  *1st  tranche released on 25  October 2012  *Project inspection conducted on  18 December 12   MOUNTAIN  PROVINCE   Sadanga  Construction of Betwagan Bridge   Betwagan,  Sadanga  21.0 M  MOA signed on 28  Nov 2012 at Summer  Place Hotel, Baguio  City  12,600,00.00  CN1218929    6,300,000.00  CN1218940  2,100,000.00  CN12219116  *Project site validation  conducted on 18 December 2012   *Opening of Bids on 19 Dec 2012  *1st  tranche released on 17  December 2012                       TOTAL  50.0 M    30.0M  15.0M  5.0M