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  • 1. Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System Prepared by the National Economic and Development Authority Cordillera Administrative Region RPMC Secretariat
  • 2. Second Quarter CY 2012 RPMES ReportThe Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) report is published quarterlyto provide an overall view on the status of major programs/projects (P/Ps) in the CordilleraAdministrative Region (CAR). The report is based primarily from the submission of elevenregional line agencies (RLAs). The detailed report is regularly posted in the RDC-CAR webpage.CY 2012 Major Programs / ProjectsFor CY 2012, the RPMES Report contains 46 major P/Ps with an aggregate cost of Php 10.414Billion. These P/Ps were enrolled in the monitoring system by the eleven RLAs. The projectsare grouped according to sector/ program, namely: Social, Economic, Infrastructure andStrategic Action Plan (SAP) for the rehabilitation & recovery of disaster-afflicted areas. Thefollowing table shows the total cost and physical accomplishment by sector/ program as of end-June 2012. Cost and Physical Accomplishment by Sector/ Program, CAR As of June 2012 Percentage Accomplishment Sector/ Program Cost (Php M.) Cost (ao June 2012)a) Social Sector 1,788.255 17.17 % 41.17 %b) Economic Sector 5,424.533 52.09 % 26.37 %c) Infrastructure Sector 2,794.801 26.83 % 30.61 %d) Strategic Action Plan 406.722 3.91 % 96.24% (Rehabilitation & Recovery Program) CAR Total 10,414.311 100 % 32.78 %In terms of cost, Economic Sector has the highest with Php 5.4 B or 52 percent. This is costing Php 3.1 Billion. Infrastructure Sector follows with Php2.8 Billion or 26.83 percent. While the Social Sector and SAP have Php 1.8 B. or 17.17 percentand Php 406.7 M. or barely 4 percent, respectively. 1
  • 3. Some 7.11 percent, amounting to Php740.45 M. are carryover projects. Thebulk of these are implemented by DepEd,DPWH and DOH. While 38.27 percent orPhp 3.99 B. are multiyear projects and54.62 percent, amounting to Php 5.79Billion are new projects for the currentyear. In terms of fund source, Php 3.34B. or 32.12 percent are foreign-assistedwhile Php 7.07 B or 67.88 % are GOPfunded.In terms of implementation status, the overall physical accomplishment is 32.78 percent. It isexpected by the second semester, project progress will pick-up due to the improved weathercondition. The SAP which is mostly carryover projects posted 96.24 percent. The SAP projects,by DPWH and DepEd, are rehabilitation and recovery projects for the disaster-affected areasparticularly Typhoons Juan, Pedring and Quiel.The Social Sector obtained an accomplishment of 41.17 percent. The sector is dominated bythe Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Php 745.5 M.; Red & BlackSchool Building Program (Php 266.1 M.); health facilities (Php 453.1 M.) and watersystem projects (Php 184.5 M.). 2
  • 4. The Infrastructure Sector and Economic Sector achieved 30.61 percent and 26.37 percent,respectively. The Infrastructure Sector is basically road and bridge projects.The large projects in Economic Sector are (Php 1.078B.),The relatively low performance of the Economic Sector is largely attributed to the delayedimplementation of the multi-year and ODA-assisted CHARMP 2. This has bearing due to itslarge cost and posting an accomplishment of merely 18.66 percent. The project underwentanother NEDA-ICC process for a project reconfiguration to address the concern of LGUbeneficiaries in putting up their cash counterpart.CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/ ProjectsFrom among the 46 major program/ projects, priority P/Ps were selected by the Sectors basedon the RPMES national forum criteria: (a) foreign-assisted projects (FAP/ODA), (b)interprovincial, (c) large scale cost, (d) national priority, critical projects by the Office of thePresident (OP), and (e) regional priority.The eight (8) major P/Ps are subject of closer RPMC-CAR monitoring through field validationand inspection. These major P/Ps have a total cost of Php 5.3 B., to wit: 1. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2), Php 3.08 B; 2. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Php 745.5 M; 3. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III, Php 903.8 M; 4. Kabugao-Solsona, Apayao-Ilocos Norte Road, Php 100M; 5. Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road, Php 58.8 M; 6. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services, Php 43 M; 7. National Greening Program, Php 103.66 M; and 8. Red and Black Scholl Building Program, Php 266 M. 3
  • 5. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS SOCIAL SECTOR1. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program DSWD 745.512 Loan 47.09% (4Ps)2. Red and Black School Building DepEd CY 2011: GOP CY 2011 fund: Program 50.952 89.22% 209 Classrooms CY 2012: CY 2012 fund: 115.200 7.69% 143 Classrooms3. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of DOH & LGUs 43.00 JICA Project was Local Health System for Effective and Abra Apayao launched on Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Benguet March 13, 2012. Child Health Services However, the project has yet to fully take-off since JICA has yet to procure and deliver the medical equipment for the provinces of Abra and Apayao.4. National Household Targeting System DSWD 40.793 GOP, 57.20% for Poverty Reduction Program Loan5. Rehabilitation of School Building DepEd CY 2011: GOP CY 2011 Fund: including Water Sanitation Facilities 21.934 89.99% CY 2012: CY 2012 Fund: 29.340 Waiting for SARO6. Philippine Response to Indigenous DepEd 3.978 AusAid 19% (PRIME) 4
  • 6. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS7. Construction of Various Health DOH CY 2011: GOP CY 2011 fund: Facility 117.867 58.55% CY 2012: CY 2012 fund: 335.179 6.49%8. Water Supply System DOH 184.500 GOP 57.98%Sub-Total 1,788.255 41.17% ECONOMIC SECTOR9. Second Cordillera Highland DA 3,081.862 IFAD, 18.66% Agricultural Resource Management ADB. OFID Project (CHARMP2)10. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure DAR Total Project Loan 42.60% Support Project Phase III Cost: 903.863 GOP (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) CY 2011: (2 projects) 16.718 CY 2012: (12 projects) 167.44511. National Greening Program (NGP) DENR 103.663 GOP 48.53%12. Farm-to-Market Roads DA CY 2011: Grant CY 2011: (CY 2011 Fund: 53.00 81.13% Abra, Kalinga and Mt. Province) CY 2012: CY 2012: (CY 2012 Fund: 161.803 11.56% Abra, Baguio City, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province)13. Irrigation Projects NIA 1,078.046 GOP 30.15% (432 projects)14. One Town One Product Program DTI 2.747 GOP 84.68% (OTOP) 5
  • 7. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS15. Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion DTI 1.800 IFAD with 90% Programme (RuMEPP) GOP Counter Part16. Shared Service Facilities Project DTI 8.388 NEDAC Awarding of (SSF) Fund bidding (National suppliers Export Develop- ment and Competi- tiveness)17. Small Enterprise Technology DOST 28.673 GOP 100% Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects18. Packaging and Labeling DOST 688.00 GOP 100% Sub-Total 5,424.533 26.37% INFRASTRUCTURE SECTORAbra19. Abra-Ilocos Sur Road DPWH 106.195 GOP 33.86%20. Abra-Kalinga Road, K0467+000- DPWH 147.691 GOP 1.44% K0474+30521. Abra-Ilocos Norte, K0436+700- DPWH 62.00 GOP 7.17% K0439+39522. Road Upgrading along Abra- DPWH 60.00 GOP 1.03% Cervantes Road (Realigned from Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge)23. Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge DPWH 160.00 GOP 58.62%24. Abra-Kalinga Road K0410+000- DPWH 50.45 GOP 96.03% K0413+81025. Abra-Kalinga Road K0437+490- DPWH 143.67 GOP 93% K0455+890, K0432+000, K0450+800Apayao26. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan DPWH 58.827 GOP 40.70% Boundary Road K0661+000- K0661+321,K0643+646 - K0645+825 Gravel to Concrete 6
  • 8. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS27. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos DPWH 100.00 GOP 0.50% Norte RoadBenguet28. DPWH 54.433 GOP 3.22% Kennon Road29. Baguio-Bontoc Road (Pico-Lamtang DPWH 98.674 GOP 1.05% Rd., Baguio Itogon & Baguio-Bontoc)30. Baguio-Bontoc Road, K0269+000- DPWH 109.332 GOP 15% 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.)31. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 98.50 GOP 70% Abatan Road32. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 116.50 GOP 88.88% Abatan Road K0303+600- K03012+00033. -Bokod- DPWH 148.00 GOP 21.56% Kabayan-Buguias Road including RROW34. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 68.921 GOP 24.43% Abatan Road, K0345+513-K0359+300 (vs.)Ifugao35. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista-Isabela DPWH 58.064 GOP 0.50% Bdry. Road36. Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao-Mt. Province DPWH 54.163 GOP 17% RoadKalinga37. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0470+000- DPWH 53.057 GOP 13.05% K0472+26738. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0476+000- DPWH 135.27 GOP 0.60% K0480+1000, K0480+1000- K0482+700 (with exceptions)39. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road K0485+000- DPWH 100.00 GOP 63.80% K0489+00040. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road DPWH 245.00 GOP 27.10% K0560+1061-K0520+449 7
  • 9. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS41. Mt. Province Bdry. Calanan- DPWH 209.00 GOP 38% Pinukpuk Abbut Road (Pinukpuk) (P209.0 M) K0499+674-K0509+294 (I.S.)42. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road, Abut A of DPWH 183.239 GOP Advertised June Baay Bridge+(-18502) to Abut A of 21-25, 2012. Baay Bridge+0 Scheduled for bidding on July 10, 2012.Mountain Province43. Mt. Province Ilocos Sur via Tue Road DPWH 81.815 GOP 20.75%44. Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur via Kayan DPWH 92.00 GOP 30.35%Sub-Total 2,794.801 30.61% STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN (SAP) (Rehabilitation and Recovery of Areas Affected by Disasters)45. Disaster Related Rehabilitation DPWH DRRP Project (DRRP) Calamity Fund CY 2011 a. Apayao 1st District Engineering 74,550.0 87.73% Office (16 projects) b. Apayao 2nd District Engineering 14,000.0 100% Office (5 projects) c. Benguet 1st District Engineering 45,469.0 100% Office (15 projects) d. Benguet 2nd District Engineering 39,279.1 100% Office (6 projects) e. Baguio City District Engineering 600.0 100% Office (1 project) f. Ifugao 1st District Engineering 8,580.0 100% Office (2 projects) g. Ifugao 2nd District Engineering 25,850.0 100% Office (4 projects) h. Kalinga District Engineering 85,910.5 95.93% Office (9 projects) i. Mt. Province District Office 102,459.4 100% (28 projects)Sub-Total 396.697 96.81% 8
  • 10. RPMES 2nd Quarter Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS46. Quick Response Fund (QRF) DepEd GOP a. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 1.201 56% (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.1) b. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 1.201 100% (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.2) c. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 318.0 79% (Construction of 3 Seater Toilet type III with handwashing) d. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 219.0 71% (1 classroom repair) e. Tonglo Carino PS, Buguias, 1.201 15% Benguet f. Talubin NHS, Bontoc Mt. Province 1.143 65% (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) g. Tumog Es, Luna, Apayao 1.942 70% (Construction of 1stry 3 Classroom 7x9 type I) h. Lagawe CS, Lagawe, Ifugao 1.200 100% (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) i. Bañacao ES, Bangued West, Abra 1.600 100% (Repair of Classrooms / Construction of Slope Protection /Water System)Sub-Total 10.025 73.44%SAP Sub-Total 406.722 96.24% CAR Total 10,414.311 32.78% Sources: Agencies RPMES PMC Form I - 2 as of end of June 2011 9
  • 11. Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects, CAR As of June 2012 Status/ Cost Name of Fund Imp Remarks Description Location (Php) Project/Sector Source Entity As of June M 2012Second The project has five components: Abra, 3,081.862 IFAD, DA 18.66%Cordillera Apayao, ADB. (1) Community mobilization, participatoryHighland Benguet, OFID planning of investments, and land titling; (2)Agricultural Ifugao, community watershed conservation (includingResource Kalinga, forest management and agro forestryManagement development); (3) agricultural and Mt.Project agribusiness development, and promotion of Province(CHARMP 2) income-generating activities; (4) rural infrastructure development; and (5) project management and coordination.Pantawid The program addresses the Millennium Region- 745.512 Loan DSWD 47.09%Pamilyang Development Goals such as reducing of widePilipino Program extreme poverty and hunger, achieving(4Ps) universal primary education, reducing child mortality, improving maternal health, and promoting gender equality and empowerment of women. 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.Agrarian Reform The project involves collaboration among the Abra, Total Loan DAR 42.60%Infrastructure implementing agencies (DAR, DPWH, LGU, Apayao, Project GOPSupport Project and NIA) and Irrigators Associations. It Benguet, Cost:Phase III involves construction/rehabilitation of rural Ifugao, 903.863 1
  • 12. Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects, CAR As of June 2012 Status/ Cost Name of Fund Imp Remarks Description Location (Php) Project/Sector Source Entity As of June M 2012 infrastructure such as irrigation facilities, farm- Kalinga, ( 2011) to-market roads, post-harvest facilities, and Mt. rural water supply systems, agrarian reform 16.718 Province information and marketing center building, development of coop managed agri- business/rural enterprise/ l (2012) organizations in the ARCs through 167.445 appropriate training and capacity building approaches.Kabugao, The road is a major component of the Kabugao, 100 GOP DPWH 0.50%Apayao-Solsona, Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) ApayaoIlocos Norte as lateral road; it connects Ilocos Region andRoad the Northern Cordilleras. It traverses the municipalities of Kabugao and Calanasan in Apayao and turns west to Solsona in Ilocos Norte.Kabugao-Pudtol- The road is a major component of the Apayao 58.827 GOP DPWH 40.70%Luna-Cagayan Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP)Boundary Road as the northern tip of the regional backbone. ItK0661+000 - traverses the municipalities of Kabugao,K0661+321, Pudtol and Luna in Apayao and turns east toK0643+646 - Abulog in Cagayan.K0645+825 Gravelto Concrete 2
  • 13. Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects, CAR As of June 2012 Status/ Cost Name of Fund Imp Remarks Description Location (Php) Project/Sector Source Entity As of June M 2012Cordillera-wide Abra, 43 JICA DOH & Project wasStrengthening of condition health condition particularly of Apayao LGUs launched onLocal Health women and children through the delivery of Abra March 13,System for effective and efficient Maternal and Child Apayao 2012.Effective and Health (MCH) services. Benguet However, theEfficient Delivery project has yet The project seeks to: (a) strengthen the localof Maternal and to fully take-off health systems in all the CAR Provinces; andChild Health since JICA (b) improve the quality of health services.Services has yet to procure and deliver the medical equipments for the provinces of Abra and Apayao.National An administration priority program (Executive Region- 103.663 GOP DENR 48.53%Greening Order No. 26) that seeks to attain a wideProgram (NGP) 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. The NGP also aims to ensure food security, biodiversity conservation and address climate 3
  • 14. Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects, CAR As of June 2012 Status/ Cost Name of Fund Imp Remarks Description Location (Php) Project/Sector Source Entity As of June M 2012 change. In the Cordillera, the target for CY 2012 is 7.5 million trees covering 15,000 hectares.Red and Black The Regular School Building Program Region- (CY 2011) GOP DepEd (CY 2011)School Building specifically targets schools which are wide 89.22% 150.952Program categorized under the Red Zone or those which have a ratio of 56 or more students to (CY 2012) (CY 2012) one classroom: and the Black Zone, or 7.69% schools which make use of makeshift 115.200 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.TOTAL: 5,302.879 28.84% 4