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  • 1. SECOND QUARTER CY 2013 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 Approved during the RPMC meeting held on September 3, 2013 at RDC Hall, NEDA-CAR, Baguio City CHARMP 2Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Bdry Road Tourism Road to Mt. Pulag CHARMP 2 ARISP III
  • 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 ----- 5 IV RPMC Project Site Inspections ----- 6 V Special Projects of CAR ----- 7 Annexes: A CY 2013 Major Programs / Projects ----- A-1 B CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs / Projects Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary ----- B-1 Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road ----- B-5 Convergence Program on Enhancing ----- B-13 Tourism Access Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) ----- B-17 Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP) ----- B-21 School Building Program ----- B-22 National Greening Program (NGP) ----- B-24 Second Cordillera Highland Agriculture Resource ----- B-26 Management Program (CHARMP2) Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Program ----- B-29 (ARISP III) C Inspection Reports Tourism Road Projects in the Province of Benguet ----- C-1 Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Bdry. Road ----- C-13 Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road ----- C-18 CHARMP2-RID Component, FMR, Sablan ----- C-29 D Special Projects PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) ----- C-1 Social Preparation of CAR into ----- C-4 Autonomous Region (SPCAR)
  • 3. 1 SECOND 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). The report is posted in the RDC – CAR webpage www.cordillera.gov.ph. I. CY 2013 Major Programs/Projects For CY 2013, the RPMES Report contains 127 major P/Ps, with an aggregate cost of Php 16.59 B. These were enrolled in the monitoring system by the 13 RLAs. The projects were grouped according to sector/program namely: Social, Economic, Infrastructure, Social Preparation CAR Fund (SPCAR) and Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA). 10% P 1.7 B 46% P 7.6 B 42% P 6.9 B 0.11% P 0.017 B 2% P .261 B Project Cost per Sector Social Econ Infra SPCAR Pamana Total Cost: Php 16.590 B In terms of cost, the economic development sector has the highest at 46 percent or Php 7.6 B, followed by the infrastructure sector at 42 percent or Php 6.9 B, and the social sector having at least 10 percent or Php 1.7 B. Also included are the Special Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region (SPCAR) and PAMANA amounting to Php 17 M and Php 261.8 M, respectively. In terms of fund source, Php 12.06 B or 73 percent is locally funded while Php 4.5 B or 27 percent is foreign assisted. These foreign-assisted projects are: Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2), Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Philippine Response to Indigenous People’s (IP) and Muslim Education (PRIME), Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services(Kalahi-CIDSS), Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services and Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion Programme (RuMEPP). The 127 projects are composed of 40 percent new projects, 31 percent multiyear projects and 29 percent carryover projects.
  • 4. 2 40% 29% 31% Project Cost by Category New Carry Over Multi Year II. Project Implementation Status The table below shows that the overall status of implementation is 45.47 percent, an increase of merely 0.8 percent from the previous quarter. However, this is a better performance compared to the same period last year of 32.8 percent which is attributed to the improved performance of the three (3) sectors. Note however that it was only in the year-end 2012 report that the RPMC decided to include SPCAR and PAMANA. (Please refer to Annex A for the detailed status of the 127 projects.) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Social Economic Infrastructure SPCAR PAMANA CAR Overall 41.17% 26.37% 30.61% 32.78% 50.85% 59.89% 29.41% 55.33% 13.64% 45.47% AxisTitle Implementation Status of 127 P/Ps as of June 2013 2nd Qtr 2012 2nd Qtr 2013 For this reporting period, three (3) out of the five (5) sectors/ program reached and even slightly exceeded the 50 percent target and considering that PAMANA projects had increased from 6.56 percent to 13.64 percent. The Infrastructure Sector and PAMANA projects were not able to contribute significantly since most of the CY 2013 funded projects are still in the pre- implementation stage and some ongoing projects incurred negative slippages.
  • 5. 3 The overall performance of 45.47 percent translates to 25 projects completed, four (4) are ahead of schedule, 36 are on track, 28 are in the pre-implementation stage, 35 are behind schedule and two (2) have been terminated. Of the 35 projects reported behind schedule, 17 projects posted negative slippages less than 10 percent, six (6) projects have slippages less than 15 percent and nine (9) projects posted slippages more than 15 percent. The 35 projects having backlog have significant effect on the overall performance since the aggregate cost is Php 9.205 B or 55.48 percent of the CAR total cost. While the 25 completed projects has little bearing as the aggregate cost is only Php 937.21 M or 5.65 percent of the CAR total. 22.05% 28 proj 28.35% 36 proj 3.15% 4 proj 25.20% 35 proj 19.70% 25 proj 1.55% 2 proj Project Performance (in terms of number) Total: 127 projects Pre-implementation stage On track Ahead of schedule Behind schedule Completed Terminated The termination of two (2) projects was due to unaddressed bloated negative slippage. Contractors were instructed to come up with catch-up plans to put the projects on track. CHARMP 2 which had a negative 9.53 percent slippage during the previous quarter is now on track with negative 1 percent slippage. The DepEd’s Philippine Response to Indigenous and Muslim Education (PRIME) posted negative 31 percent slippage. According to DepEd, they prioritized trainings for the implementation of the project and will retarget to put the project on track. The project backlogs are attributed to the following reasons: inclement weather, road right of way (ROW) and peace and order issues, lack of equipment/ manpower, conflict with planting season, no qualified bidders and award suspension due to recent election which affected the infrastructure, irrigation and school building projects while 2013 PAMANA projects are mostly in the pre-implementation stage.
  • 6. 4 17.04% Php 2.83 B 18.89% Php 3.13 B 2.27% Php 0.38 B 55.48% Php 9.2 B 5.65% Php 0.94 B 0.67% Php 0.11 BProject Performance (in terms of cost) Total: Php 16.59 B Pre-implementation stage On track Ahead of schedule Behind schedule Completed Terminated Social Sector The Social Sector projects, amounting to Php 1.5 B, posted slightly above 50 percent. The sector is dominated by DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), DepEd’s School Building Program composed of Basic Education Facilities (BEF) and DPWH implemented Regular School Building Program. The other projects are: DOH’s Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP), water system projects and Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services and DSWD’s Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS). The DepEd’s BEF has three sub-components, namely: Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG), School Furniture Program (SFP) and Red and Black School Building Program. Economic Sector The Economic Sector posted 59.89 percent. DA’s banner program Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2) picked up and now on-track with 68.41 percent compared to last quarter of 55.67 percent. Other projects under the Economic Sector are the following: NIA’s Irrigation Projects; DAR’s Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (ARISP III); DENR’s National Greening Program; DA’s Farm-to-Market Roads and Agri-Pinoy Program; DTI’s One Town One Product (OTOP), Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion Programme (RuMEPP) and Shared Service Facilities Project (SSF); and DOST’s Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects. Infrastructure Sector While most of the sectors progressed, the Infrastructure Sector on the other hand had a low accomplishment of 29.41 percent. Most of the CY 2013 large scale projects are still in the pre- implementation stage and some incurred backlogs due to inclement weather and road ROW problem. Four (4) projects are ahead of schedule (Benguet Roads and Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona, llocos Norte, 2nd District) due to good weather condition, better accessibility and
  • 7. 5 rendered overtime work. The Sector is composed of the Regular Infrastructure Projects with 42 major road projects amounting to Php 5.7 B and the Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access Program (Tourism Road Projects) with 19 projects amounting to Php 1.2 B. Special Projects The SPCAR and PAMANA are national and regional priority projects. The RDC administered SPCAR projects posted 55.33 percent. While the OPAPP (Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process) funded and DILG administered PAMANA projects garnered 13.64 percent from first quarter’s 6.56 percent. The low performance of PAMANA is attributed to the CY 2013 projects that are mostly in the pre-implementation stage. III. CY 2013 Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects Priority Sectoral Programs / Projects are selected projects of regional and national significance. From the 127 programs / projects, eight (8) were selected based on the criteria set during the RPMES national forum: (a) foreign-assisted projects (FAP / ODA), (b) inter-provincial, (c) large scale cost, (d) national Priority, critical progress by the Office of the President (OP), and (e) regional priority. These programs / projects are as follows: (Please refer to Annex B for the details of the eight priority sectoral programs / projects.) 1. Apayao Roads a. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Bdry Road, Php 173.924 M (2012) b. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary, Php 58.827 M (2013) c. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road Apayao Side, Php 100 M (2012) d. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte, 2nd District, Php 127.5 M (2013) e. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte, 1st District, Php 50 M (2013) 2. Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access Program, Php 1.2 B (19 projects) 3. National Greening Program, Php 247.104 M (2011-2016) 4. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2), Php 3.06 B (2009-2015) 5. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III (ARISP III), Php 563.25 M (2008-2014) 6. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), Php 767.66 M (2008-2018) 7. Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP), Php 353.25 M 8. School Building Program a. Basic Education Facilities (BEF) a.1.Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG), Php 31.73 M a.2.School Furniture Program (SFP), Php 4.01 M a.3.Red and Black School Building Program, Php 115.2 M b. Regular School Building Program 2013 under DPWH, Php 239.296 M
  • 8. 6 IV. RPMC Project Inspections The inspection schedule of the eight (8) priority P/Ps was approved during the RPMC first quarter meeting held on March 26, 2013. For the Second Quarter, the RPMC Inspectorate Team visited four (4) major P/Ps on April, May and June 2013. The following table indicates the date of visit and major findings and actions undertaken: (Please refer to Annex C for the 2nd Quarter Inspection Reports) List of Priority Programs/Projects Inspected by the RIT for 2nd Quarter CY 2013 Name of Program/Project (Implementing Agency) Date of Inspection Major Findings / Actions Undertaken 1. Benguet Tourism Road Projects (DPWH) a. Construction of Road along Amabangeg Junction National Road to Mount Pulag b. Improvement of Bengao-ngao Caves Road c. Improvement of Timbac Caves Road d. Rehabilitation / Improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias Road e. Upgrading / improvement of road along Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mt. Pulag f. Upgrading / Improvement along Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road g. Rehabilitation / improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- Abatan Road including ROW h. Ballay-Talbo-Tonoman-Bulalacao Road i. Kibungan-Kapangan-Ambongdolan- (Tuel) Tublay-(Alno) La Trinidad Road April 16-18,2013 The projects are progressing smoothly and there are no serious project-related issues that may cause undue delays. Specific findings / observations per project were addressed correspondingly by the DPWH. 2. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road, 78.75 km (DPWH) May 14-15,2013 The concreting of 2.5 km along the Pudtol side was completed within the timeframe. Sidewalks on intermittent sections are ongoing using the project savings (Php 7 M). 3. Kabugao,Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road (Apayao Side), 63.54 km (DPWH) May 15-16,2013 The resolution on the ROW problem is being coordinated with LGU Kabugao. DPWH issued
  • 9. 7 Name of Program/Project (Implementing Agency) Date of Inspection Major Findings / Actions Undertaken warning to the contractor due to the increased negative slippage. The contractor was instructed to deploy additional equipment and manpower. On the environmental aspect, the road project has no ECC and DENR EMB-CAR shall immediately conduct an on-site project visit to ensure DPWH’s compliance 4. CHARMP 2 (DAR) RID Component, Farm-to-Market Roads, Sablan Benguet Php 3 M June 18, 2013 Delay was due to the problem on hauling construction and other materials from the source to project site. Extension was approved by CHARMP and the project should be completed on July 15, 2013 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. (Please refer to Annex D for the detailed report on Special Projects) 1. PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn), Php 261.8 M 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: (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 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 June 2013, the overall accomplishment is 13.64 percent. Six (6) projects have been completed, 12 are ongoing, and the rest are still at the pre-implementation/mobilization stage.
  • 10. 8 2. Social Preparation of CAR into Autonomous Region (SPCAR), Php 17.53 M 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 (5) projects have yet to start implementation, and two (2) have been terminated. For the second quarter, SPCAR posted an accomplishment rate of 55.33 percent. Under the Information and Education Communication (IEC) component, an IEC activity was conducted in Mountain Province, particularly in the municipalities of Tadian, Natonin and Sabangan. There were also two (2) multi-sector IECs conducted, one (1) 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 were implemented in June: Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training (PRO-COR) and Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change (DA).
  • 11. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-1 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION SOCIAL SECTOR 1. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) DSWD 767.660 21% 4% World Bank Aug. 2008 Dec. 2018 50.86% 2. Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG) DepEd 31.727 (166 projects) 43% 24% GOP Jan. 2012 Dec. 2013 87% 3. School Furniture Program (SFP) DepEd 4.016 - - GOP Jan. 2013 Dec. 2013 11.43% Ongoing delivery 4. Regular School Building Program (RSBP) DPWH 239.296 (322 classrooms) - - GOP Jan. 2013 Dec. 2013 16.53% Slippage: (-21%) Rebidded due to no qualified bidders and award suspended due to election 5. Red and Black School Building Program DepEd 115.200 (143 classrooms) 15% - GOP Jan. 2012 Dec. 2013 67.20% 6. Health Facilities Enhancement Program DOH CY 2012: 318.599 (53 projects) CY 2013: 34.65 (30 projects) CY 2012: 39% CY 2013: 7% CY 2012: 21% CY 2013: 53% GOP 2012 2013 2014 2013 CY 2012: 61.14% CY 2013: 50.15% 7. Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services(Kalahi- CIDSS) DSWD 86.514 82% - World Bank Feb. 2011 July 2015 50.68%
  • 12. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-2 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 8. Core Shelter Assistance Program (CSAP) DSWD 15.750 88% - GOP 2009 Not applicable 79.69% 9. Philippine Response to Indigenous People’s (IP) and Muslim Education (PRIME) DepEd 3.978 50.23% - AusAid 2011 2014 43% Slippage: (-31%) Conflicting priorities with other programs. 10. Water Supply System (2012) DOH 84.500 78% 22% GOP 2012 2013 76.09% 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 Under JICA Under JICA JICA Feb 2012 Jan 2017 40% Social Sub-Total 1,744.89 50.85% ECONOMIC SECTOR 12. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2) DA 3,056.000 22.57% 62.82% IFAD (41%), ADB (15%), OFID (15%), LGU (13%), DA (8%), Benefi- ciaries (8%) 2009 2015 68.41% Slippage: (-1%)
  • 13. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-3 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 13. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DAR Total Project Cost: 563.254 CY 2011: 16.65 (2 projects) CY 2012: 181.45 (14 projects) CY 2013: 365.14 (25 projects) JBIC 2008 2014 47.18% Slippage: (-10.49%) Due to ROW problem, lack of equipment/ manpower at project and peace and order problem. 14. National Greening Program (NGP) DENR 247.104 13% 66% GOP 2011 2016 49.67% 15. Agri-Pinoy Program BSU/DA 400.000 - - GOP - - No report 16. Farm-to-Market Roads (CY 2012 Fund: Abra, Baguio City, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. Province) DA CY 2011: 53.000 (15 projects) CY 2012: 189.631 (73 projects) CY 2013: 467.779 (39 projects) CY 2011: 90% CY 2012: 66% CY 2013: 30% CY 2011: 7% CY 2012: 30% CY 2013: 53% GOP CY 2011: Mar. 2011 CY 2012: June 2012 CY 2013: Jan. 2013 CY 2011: Dec. 2012 CY 2012: June 2013 CY 2013: Mar. 2014 CY 2011: 98.36% CY 2012: 83.46% CY 2013: 21.67%
  • 14. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-4 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 17. Irrigation Projects NIA CY 2012: 1,944.652 (811 projects) CY 2013: 671.252 (215 projects) CY 2012: 45% CY 2013: 15% CY 2012: 3% CY 2013: 51% GOP CY 2012: Jan. 2012 CY 2013: Feb. 2013 CY 2012: Dec. 2013 CY 2013: Dec. 2013 CY 2012: 81.29% Slippage: (-5.42%) CY 2013: 24.74% Slippage: (-26.26%) Due to inclement weather and conflict with planting season. 18. One Town One Product Program (OTOP) DTI 2.747 27% - GOP 2013 2013 88.73% 19. Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion Programme (RuMEPP) DTI 1.800 25% - IFAD with GOP Counter Part 2013 2013 100% 20. Shared Service Facilities Project (SSF) DTI 8.388 33% - NEDAC Fund (National Export Develop- ment and Competi- tiveness) 2013 2013 26.64%
  • 15. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-5 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 21. Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects DOST 41.370 25% - GOP Jan 2013 Dec 2013 85.29% Economic Sub-Total 7,646.979 59.89% INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR REGULAR INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM (MAJOR ROAD PROJECTS) Abra 22. Abra-Ilocos Sur Road DPWH 106.195 (CY 2012) 75% 17% GOP Apr. 2, 2012 Feb. 20, 2013 100% 23. Abra-Kalinga Road, K0467+000-K0474+305 DPWH 147.691 (CY 2012) 39% 50% GOP May 21, 2012 Aug. 13, 2013 78% Slippage: (-15.6%) Inclement weather 24. Abra-Ilocos Norte, K0436+700-K0439+395 DPWH 62.00 (CY 2012) 22% 69% GOP June 5, 2012 May 20, 2013 100% 25. Upgrading along Abra- Cervantes Road (realign from Sto. Tomas Bridge) DPWH 60.00 (CY 2012) 62% 31% GOP May 28, 2012 May 17, 2013 100% Apayao 26. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Bdry Road DPWH 58.827 (CY 2012) 73% 1.1% GOP Feb. 20, 2012 Dec. 12, 2012 100%
  • 16. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-6 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 27. Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road Apayao Side (Road Opening/Construction) DPWH 100.000 (CY 2012) 32% 57% GOP June 27, 2012 July 20, 2013 49.10% Slippage: (-27.06%) Rivers swell due to inclement weather, 3rd warning issued 28. Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona, Ilocos Norte, 2nd District DPWH 127.5 (CY 2013) 27% 63% GOP Mar. 21, 2013 Dec. 14, 2013 54% Slippage: (+21%) Better access 29. Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona, Ilocos Norte, 1st District DPWH 50.00 (CY 2013) 13% 72% GOP Feb. 11, 2013 Aug. 23, 2013 60.8% Slippage: (-14.67%) Inclement weather and lack of equipment /manpower. Second warning issued. 30. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna- Cagayan Bdry Road DPWH 173.924 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW & ABC resubmitted 31. Apayao (Calanasan)- Ilocos Norte Road DPWH 439.238 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - PDE done & bid by CO 32. Claveria-Calanasan- Kabugao Road K0710+(-531)- K0712+000 DPWH 75.930 (CY 2013) 19% 73% GOP Mar. 22, 2013 Nov. 13, 2013 43.7% Slippage: (-1.34%) 33. Abbut-Conner Road DPWH 451.175 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - Preparation of POW and ABC
  • 17. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-7 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 34. Conner-Kabugao Road DPWH 190.230 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW and ABC approved 35. Abra-Kalinga Road DPWH 398.220 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - Preparation of POW & ABC Benguet 36. Rehabilitation / Improvement of Gurel- Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias Road incl. ROW DPWH 148.00 (CY 2012) 52% 38% GOP Apr. 19, 2012 Aug. 15, 2013 86.9% Slippage: (-7.63%) RROW problem 37. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan- Buguias-Abatan Road DPWH 68.921 (CY 2012) 91% 0 GOP Apr. 26, 2012 Feb. 19, 2013 100% 38. Rehabilitation / Reconstruction / Upgrading of Kennon Road DPWH 54.433 (CY 2012) 46% 43% GOP May 18, 2012 Jan. 10, 2013 100% 39. Pico-Lamtang Road, Baguio – Itogon and Shilan Beckel DPWH 98.674 (CY 2012) 62% 16% GOP June 15, 2012 June 5, 2013 98% Slippage: (-2%) 40. Acop-Kapangan- Kibungan-Bakun Road DPWH 52.716 (CY 2012) 31% 47% GOP Apr. 26, 2013 Jan. 28, 2013 100% 41. Acop-Kapangan- Kibungan-Bakun Road DPWH 62.905 (CY 2012) 54% 37% GOP Apr. 26, 2012 Jan. 27, 2013 100% 42. Baguio-Bontoc Road K0269+000 (v.s) & K0299+000-K0300+900, K0305+00-K0308+500(v.s) & K0303+000-K0311+000(v.s), K0317+415-K0318+500(vs) & K0323+000- K0328+000(vs) DPWH 109.332 (CY 2012) 65% 21% GOP May 18, 2012 June 6, 2013 100%
  • 18. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-8 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 43. Shilan-Beckel Road DPWH 52.479 (CY 2013) 20% 72% GOP Mar. 5, 2013 Oct. 30, 2013 42.3% Slippage: (+8.98%) Contractor rendered overtime 44. City Limit-Sto. Tomas Road DPWH 56.991 (CY 2013) 33% 53% GOP Mar. 13, 2013 Oct. 8, 2013 58.6% Slippage: (+3.58%) Good weather 45. Acop-Kapangan- Kibungan-Bakun Road, K0337+647-K0344+341 DPWH 140.00 (CY 2013) 14% 78% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Jan. 19, 2014 16% Slippage: (-2%) 46. Acop-Kapangan- Kibungan-Bakun Road K0292+000-K0299+816 DPWH 140.00 (CY 2013) 14% 78% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Feb. 18, 2014 8.4% Slippage: (+2.02%) Good weather 47. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan- Buguias-Abatan Road DPWH 149.968 (CY 2013) 14% 77% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Dec. 20, 2013 3.4% Slippage: (-2.79%) Ifugao 48. Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao-Mt Province Road DPWH 54.163 (CY 2012) 80% 0.9% GOP May 2, 2012 Dec. 20, 2012 100% 49. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista- Isabela Bdry Road DPWH 58.064 GOP Terminated 50. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista- Isabela Road DPWH 113.220 (CY 2013) 14% 77% GOP Mar. 27, 2013 Jan. 4, 2014 4.6% Slippage: (-5.4%)
  • 19. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-9 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 51. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista- Isabela Road DPWH 149.355 (CY 2013) 13% 72% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Feb. 2, 2014 7.2% Slippage: (-10.8%) 1st warning issued, time extension on process 52. Banaue-Hungduan- Benguet Bdry Road DPWH 160.530 (CY 2013) 14% 77% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Jan. 19, 2014 3.5% Slippage: (-10.5%) 1st warning issued, extension on process Kalinga 53. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0470+000-K0472+267 DPWH 53.057 (CY 2012) 49% 43% GOP Apr. 23, 2012 Mar. 14, 2013 Terminated 54. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0476+000-K0480+100- K0482+700 (with exceptions) DPWH 135.270 (CY 2012) 50% 42% GOP June 25, 2012 Sept. 15, 2013 71.5% Slippage: (-15.8%) Variation Order on process 55. Balbalan-Pinukpok Road, Abbut A of Baay Bridge DPWH 183.239 (CY 2012) 14% 78% GOP Dec. 21, 2012 Feb. 14, 2014 5.9% Slippage: (-25.47%) Inclement weather, 3rd warning issued 56. Balbalan-Pinukpok Road DPWH 196.56 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW & ABC for submission
  • 20. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-10 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 57. Kalinga-Abra Road DPWH 291.280 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW & ABC for approval Mountain Province 58. Mt. Province –Ilocos Sur via Tue Road DPWH 81.815 (CY 2012) 67% 23% GOP Mar. 10, 2012 May 30, 2013 100% 59. Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur via Kayan DPWH 92.00 (CY 2012) 90% 0.01% GOP Mar. 12, 2012 Feb. 1, 2013 100% 60. Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur via Tue Road K0387+630- K0393+000 DPWH 127.740 (CY 2013) 18% 67% GOP Mar. 22, 2013 Dec. 6, 2013 29.6% Slippage: (-3.4%) Extension on process 61. Jct Talubin-Barlig- Natonin-Paracelis Callacad Road, K0416+500-K0418+326 DPWH 41.906 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - For Bidding 62. Jct Talubin-Barlig- Natonin-Paracelis- Callacad, K0466+00- K0450+527 DPWH 239.970 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW by BOD 63. Jct Talubin-Barlig- Natonin-Paracelis- Callacad Road K0377+(- 091)-K0393+326 DPWH 154.031 (CY 2013) - - GOP - - POW & ABC for submission Major Road Projects Sub-Total 5,707.54 29.58%
  • 21. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-11 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION TOURISM ROAD PROJECTS CY 2012 64. Construction of Road along Ambangeg Jct. National Road to Mt. Pulag DPWH 40.000 53% 92% GOP Nov. 7, 2012 June 4, 2013 83.7% Slippage: (-14.3%) Project was temporarily suspended due to inclement weather 65. Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Gurel- Bokod- Kabayan-Buguias Abatan Road including ROW, Benguet DPWH 100.000 37% 28% GOP Apr. 19, 2012 Oct. 28, 2013 33.56% Slippage: (-9.11%) Due to ROW and ECC application 66. Improvement of Bengaw-ngaw Caves Road Sta. 0+000 Sta. 1- 500, Tublay Benguet DPWH 20.000 51% 95% GOP Mar. 12, 2012 Feb. 1, 2013 100% 67. Improvement of Timbac Caves, Road Sta. 2+500 - Sta. 6+000, Atok, Beguet DPWH 13.000 14% 95% GOP Jan. 21, 2012 June 18, 2012 73.20% Slippage: (-6.8%) 68. Concreting of Leonard Wood Road-M Roxas Street DPWH 16.000 95% - GOP Nov. 5, 2012 June 19, 2013 100% 69. North Drive-Leonard Wood Road DPWH 8.000 97% - GOP Jan. 21, 2012 June 18, 2012 100% Tourism Road (CY 2012) Sub-Total 197.000 61.20%
  • 22. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-12 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION CY 2013 70. FMR leading to Boribok Spring Resort, Bucay DPWH 20.000 92% 4% GOP Jan. 21, 2013 May 22, 2013 100% 71. Claveria-Calanasan- Kabugao Road (DSTD) DPWH 150.000 13% 89% GOP Apr. 3, 2013 Jan. 12, 2014 42.16% 72. Camp John Hay Gate 3 to Country Club & Happy Hollow to Loakan DPWH 30.000 60% 33% GOP Fe. 1, 2013 June 1, 2013 64.86% Slippage: (-35.14%) Project was suspended; awaiting approval of tree cutting permit. 73. Kisad Road-Gov. Bypass Pack Road (re-aligned to Abad Santos lake Drive and Gov. pack Road Widening) DPWH 10.000 59% 31% GOP 79.7% 74. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan- Buguias Abatan Road including ROW DPWH 145.000 12% 69% GOP Mar. 6, 2013 Jan. 28, 2014 9% Slippage: (-2.47%) 75. Ambaneg Jct. National Road to Mt. Pulag DPWH 50.000 - 91% GOP Feb. 8, 2013 Sept. 30, 2013 58.70% Slippage: (-9.3%) 76. Ballay-Tabio-Tonoman- Bulalacao Road (Bulalacao Lake) Kabayan DPWH 70.000 14% 78% GOP Mar. 29, 2013 Dec. 23, 2013 3.22% Slippage: (-5.68%)
  • 23. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-13 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 77. Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road DPWH 50.000 - 91% GOP Feb. 9, 2013 Sept. 6, 2013 58.70% Slippage: (-27.3%) RROW problem Second warning issued. 78. Kibungan-Kapangan- Ambongdolan-(Tuel) Tublay (Alno) La Trinidad Road DPWH 100.000 14% 77% GOP Mar. 26, 2013 Dec. 5, 2013 9.53% Slippage: (-7%) 79. Ibulao-Julongan Road, Kiangan DPWH 140.000 13% 76% GOP Mar. 15, 2013 Jan. 22, 2014 7% Slippage: (-4%) 80. Roads and Trails within the Lagawe Area (Boliwang Road and Trail to Bintacan Cave) DPWH 50.000 - 93% GOP June 7, 2013 Nov. 29, 2013 0.1% 81. Dalican-Batad Road, Banawe DPWH 100.000 12% 67% GOP Mar. 6, 2013 Dec. 15, 2013 12.8% Slippage: (-8.1%) RROW problem 82. Sagada-Sabangan Road DPWH 100.000 13% 89% GOP Apr. 3, 2013 Jan. 12, 2014 4.17% Slippage: (-10.83%) First warning issued and time extension on process. Tourism Road (CY 2013) Sub-Total 1,015.00 21.78% Infrastructure Sub-Total 6,919.549 29.41%
  • 24. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-14 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION SPCAR 83. Preparation of Poverty Maps: Towards Poverty Alleviation in the Cordillera Phase II DSWD 0.400 - - GOP - - No report 84. IEC for general Public Thru tri-Media (PIA) PIA 3.000 95% - GOP 2012 Na 40% 85. LGU-led Grassroots IEC: Provincial Level a. Abra LGUs 1.000 95% - GOP 2012 Na 20% b. Benguet LGUs 1.000 25% - GOP 2012 Na 25% c. Ifugao LGUs 1.000 95% - GOP 2012 Na 23% d. Kalinga LGUs 1.000 25% - GOP 2012 Na 25% e. Mountain Province LGUs 1.000 95% - GOP 2012 Na 40% 86. IEC Impact Survey RDC 2.086 45% - GOP 2012 Na 75% 87. IEC for Multi-Sector RDC 2.359 100% - GOP 2012 2012 100% 88. Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change DA 0.500 90% - GOP 2012 Na 90% 89. Declaration of Principles and Environmental Governance UP 0.748 62% - GOP 2012 Na 62% 90. CIPC Banner Program NCIP 0.500 57% - GOP 2012 Na 5% 91. Good Governance - Revitalizing the BLISTT RDC 2.000 69% - GOP 2012 Na 70% 92. Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training PRO-COR 0.584 95% - GOP 2012 Na 95% 93. GIS Regional Networking RDC 0.353 100% - GOP 2012 Na 100% SPCAR Sub-Total 17.530 55.33%
  • 25. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-15 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) 94. Construction & Improvement of Tatakkan – Guimuyo FMR Tanudan 4.200 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 For Bidding 95. Construction of Ableg Concrete Footbridge Pasil 0.500 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 64.49% 96. Construction of Crib Wall along Cagaluan (Lutut Section) Pasil 3.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 Awaiting submission of POW, plans and designs 97. Improvement of Ableg- Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Pasil 1.500 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 38.66% 98. Construction of Dangla Footbridge Pasil 1.000 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 7.66% 99. Improvement of Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Pasil 1.200 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 41.12% 100. Improvement of Kurat Communal Irrigation System Pasil 1.500 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 14.92% 101. Improvement of Katalbawan-Tanap Communal Irrigation System Pasil 1.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 18.00% 102. Construction of footpath from Gawan, Galdang to Pua Pasil 0.692 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 103. Construction of Abulao Footbridge Pasil 1.107 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 15.45% 104. Purchase of one(1) dump truck Pasil 1.200 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 On-going canvass
  • 26. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-16 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 105. Construction of warehouse and drying pavement Pinukpuk 0.600 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 106. Purchase of two (2) rice milling machine and two (2) units Thresher Pinukpuk 1.100 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 107. Rehabilitation of Dagi- Magadgad Bridge Balbalan 0.850 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 28.31% 108. Improvement of Cal- owan FMR Balbalan 1.950 70% 30% GOP 2012 2012 63.45% 109. Improvement of Communal Irrigation System Gongak to Bullagiyan Section Tabuk 1.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 110. Improvement of Dao- Ballicuan Communal Irrigation System Tabuk 1.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 111. Improvement of Bannagan-Bagumbayan Community Irrigation System Tabuk 1.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 100% 112. Improvement of Challug to Mangay Communal Irrigation System Tinglayan 1.100 60% 40% GOP 2012 2012 82% 113. Tingalayan Agro- Forestry Project Kalinga 3.500 80% 20% GOP 2012 2012 Procurement Process completed
  • 27. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-17 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION 114. Completion of Betwagan Bridge and Road Sadanga 21.000 100% 0% GOP 2012 2012 60.45% 115. Buneg-Pacgued road in Lacub (Road Opening 7.90 kms.) Lacub 24.000 80% 20% GOP 2013 2013 55% 116. Cogon – Lanec road in Tineg (Road Opening 12 kms.) Tineg 15.800 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 MOA signed; documentary requirements submitted 117. Improvement of Sta. Maria-Balluyan- Malayugan Road Flora 6.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 For release of funds on July 2013 118. Cabitin-Kamantaki Road (6kms) Mankayan 8.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 For release of funds on July 2013 119. Namal to Pula Road improvement Asipulo 5.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 120. Road improvement in Danggo Tinoc 5.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 121. Concreting of Allaguia Road from Pinukpuk to Balbalan Pinukpuk 20.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Awaiting submission of documentary requirements 122. Road Opening Besao to Tubo, Abra Besao 50.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Awaiting submission of documentary
  • 28. Second Quarter RPMES Report CY 2013 MAJOR PROGRAMS / PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of June 2013 A-18 PROGRAM / PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY PROJECT COST (Php M) FINANCIAL STATUS (%) FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT DURATION STATUS (%) / REMARKSDISBURSED UNPAID STARTED COMPLETION requirements 123. Improvement of Bontoc-Besao Road (16 kms) Bontoc 20.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 For release of funds on July 2013 124. Improvement of Natonin-Toboy Road (12 kms. Road widened with slope protection constructed) Natonin 20.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Ongoing procurement process 125. Betwagan Bridge Sadanga 25.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 For release of funds on July 2013 126. Betwagan Access Road Sadanga 6.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 For release of funds on July 2013 127. Improvement of Poblacion Marat Road in Poblacion, Paracelis Mt. Province Paracelis 7.000 0% 0% GOP 2013 2013 Ongoing procurement process PAMANA Sub-Total 261.800 13.64% CAR total 16,590.75 45.47%
  • 29. B Profile of the Priority Sectoral Programs / Projects CY 2013 This sector gives a view of the profile and status of the eight (8) priority programs/projects with regional and national significance. These programs/projects with an aggregate cost of Php 7.1 B are being closely monitored by the RPMC Status as of June 2013
  • 30. B-1 Second 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 tip of the regional 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 will also traverse 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 (48.8 lm) and Paco Bridge (36 lm) are programmed for CY 2014 to finally complete the road link. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road, 78.75 km PROJECT LOCATION Junction Lenneng (Kabugao) Junction Luna (Maharlika HW)
  • 31. B-2 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 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 lm. 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. The program of work (POW) and the approved budget cost (ABC) were resubmitted to DPWH Central Office for approval and also awaiting from consultants the e-copy of plans for posting at PhilGeps. After the completion of this 2013 project, the road is expected to be 51 percent concrete paved. CY 2012 Project (Php 58.827 M) PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: February 20, 2012 End: December 12, 2012 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% 49.57458 M Actual 100% 42.73348 M Slippage 6.8411 M. (13.80 %) (Retention) Update: There are ongoing side works on intermittent sections, i.e. retaining wall, curb and gutter and drainage, funded from the project savings (Php 7.0 M). Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 32. B-3 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report CY 2013 Project (Php 173.924 M) PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: ______________ End: _______________ Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Actual NA NA Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target Actual Slippage Current Status : POW and ABC resubmitted to DPWH CO for approval. Awaiting from consultants the e-copy of plans for posting at PhilGeps. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 33. B-4 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Bubulayan Bridge across Apayao River Paco Valley, Kabugao Junction Lenneng, Kabugao Mataguisi Valley, Pudtol Completed PCCP (CY 2012 project) Photo-documentation Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary Road
  • 34. B-5 Second 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 an 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 is for opening (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 several 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 have 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)
  • 35. B-6 Second 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 and 8.7 km east of the regional boundary. CY 2012 (Carry-over) Project (Php 100 M) PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: June 27, 2012 End: Sept. 9, 2013 Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 37.06% 39.06% Actual 26.19% 22.89% Slippage (-10.87%) (-16.17%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 76.14% 56.936 M Actual 49.08% With slippage of (-27.06%) 32.152 M (56.47%) Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): A suspension order was issued on July 1, 2012; when the contractor failed to mobilize due to massive slides and road cuts along the 21 km section leading to the project site. After approval, the Php 2.38 M project savings was used for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts. Work resumed on Sept. 30, 2012. However, the project is experiencing undue delay due to inclement weather causing the two (2) rivers before the project site to swell which hampers delivery of construction materials and fuel. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: Third warning for possible contract rescission was issued due to negative slippage beyond 15 percent. The contractor was instructed to mobilize additional equipment and manpower and render overtime. Considering that the project was earlier suspended for three (3) months, the contractor also applied for extension. The time extension is now on process. A variation order was also submitted for DPWH-CO approval on the road widening section from solid rock to common earth. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR, Engineer’s Hill, 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 36. B-7 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report CY 2013 Project (Php 177.5 M.) PROGRESS REPORT As of June 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 Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target Proj. A 3.00% 30.00% Proj. B 15.97% 59.50% Actual Proj. A 12.00% 42.00% Proj. B 13.43% 47.37% Slippage Proj. A 9% 12.00% Proj. B (2.54%) (12.13%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target 44.96%% Php 116.11 M. Actual 55.92%% With slippage of (+10.95%) Php 40.62 M. (34.98%) 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. On the environmental aspect, it was confirmed by DENR EMB-CAR that the project has no Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC). The EMB-CAR immediately conducted an on-site project visit to ensure DPWH’s compliance. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: By the DPWH Apayao 1st District (Php 50 M): (a) a second warning was issued and was instructed by the DEO to deploy additional manpower and equipment in order to accelerate work progress, and (b) coordinated with LGU Kabugao for the resolution of the ROW issue. The DPWH is now preparing requirements for ECC application. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill, Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 37. B-8 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Ongoing road opening, widening and graveling along Barangay Madatag (Kabugao) Section Photo-documentation Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 100 M (CY 2012)
  • 38. B-9 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Junction Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao Photo-documentation Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 50 M (CY 2013)
  • 39. B-10 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Before the road opening along Sta. 728+528, start of project. During the excavation works along the same section. Photo-documentation Kabugao-Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Rd, Php 127.50 M (CY 2013)
  • 40. B-11 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Ongoing road widening along Barangay Butao (Calanasan) Section. The project is 21 km from the regional boundary and around 25 km from Poblacion, Calanasan.
  • 41. B-12 Second 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 B (FY 2012: Php 197 M & FY 2013: Php, 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 is aimed at improving 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 and prioritizes 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 second quarter 2013 is 28.18 percent, while the expenditure rate is 24.58 percent. For FY 2014, 12 projects with a total cost of Php 1.024 Billion were approved. Convergence Program on Enhancing Tourism Access Mount Pulag in Kabayan, Benguet
  • 42. B-13 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Table I Status of FY 2012 Projects, as of June 30, 2013 Name of Road Location Length (km) Project Cost (Php '000) Status/ Remarks Disburse- ment 1 Concreting of Leonard wood Road- M. Roxas St. M. Roxas St., Baguio City 0.35 16,000 100% 100% 2 Concreting of North Drive- Leonard Wood Rd. Leonard Wood Rd., Baguio City 0.18 8,000 100% 100% 3 Construction of Ambangeg Junction Road-Mt. Pulag Kabayan, Benguet 5.20 40,000 83.70% 56.72% 4 Rehabilitation/Improvement of Gurel- Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road Benguet 4.35 100,000 33.56% 29.22% 5 Improvement of Bengao-ngao Caves Rd Tublay, Benguet 2.00 20,000 100% 51.49% 6 Improvement of Timbak Caves Road Kabayan, Benguet 0.65 13,000 73.20% 15.00% Sub-TOTAL 12.73 197,000 61.20% 42.58% Table II Status of FY 2013 Projects, as of June 30, 2013 Name of Road Location Length (km) Project Cost (Php '000) Status/ Remarks Disburse- Ment 1 Road leading to Borikibok Spring Resort Bucay, Abra 1.00 20,000 100% 90.00% 2 Claveria-Calanasan-Kabugao Road Apayao 6.31 150,000 42.16% 24.51% 3 Camp John Hay Gate 3to Country Club & Happy Hollow to Loakan Baguio City 1.50 30,000 64.86% 64.14% 4 Kisad Road Gov. Pack Bypass Road (realigned to Abad Santos Lake Drive and widening of Gov. Pack Road) Baguio City 0.50 10,000 79.70% 58.50% 5 Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road including ROW Benguet 7.25 145,000 9.00% 15.00% 6 Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mt. Pulag Kabayan, Benguet 2.50 50,000 58.70% 15.00% 7 Ballay-Tabio-Tonoman-Bulalacao Road Kabayan, Benguet 3.5 70,000 3.22% 15.00% 8 Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road La Trinidad 2.50 50,000 58.70% 15.00% 9 Kibungan-Kapangan-Ambongdolan- Tublay- La Trinidad Road Benguet 6.29 100,000 9.53% 15.00% 10 Ibulao-Julongan Road Ifugao 3.637 140,000 7.00% 15.00% 11 Roads & Trails within Lagawe Area (Lagawe-Boliwong Road & Trail to Bintacan Cave) Lagawe, Ifugao 3.29 50,000 0.01% 15.00% 12 Dalican-Batad Road Banaue, Ifugao 2.66 100,000 12.80% 15.00% 13 Sabangan-Sagada Road Mt. Province 5.00 100,000 4.17% 15.00% Sub-TOTAL 45.937 1,015,000 21.78% 20.18% TOTAL 58.667 1,212,000 28.18% 24.58%
  • 43. B-14 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Table III PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 30, 2013 Project Duration: Start: December 2012 End: December 2016 Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 34.84% Actual 15.83% 28.18% Slippage (-6.66%) Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Target Actual 28.18% With slippage of (-6.66%) 24.58% Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): Undue delays caused by road ROW problem and requisites for tree cutting permit. Issued warning to contractors. Negotiated with lot owners with LGU assistance. Requests for time extension are on process. Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill, 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 44. B-15 Second 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. Photo-documentation Tourism Road Projects in Benguet Province
  • 45. B-16 Second Quarter CY 2013 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: The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is a rights based program that focuses on human capital investment through the provision of health and education grants to eligible poor households. It is one of the poverty reduction strategies of the national government to enable poor households to meet certain human development goals aimed at breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty. Further, it is also aimed at targeting five out of the eight Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations: 1. Reduce poverty and hunger 2. Achieve universal primary education 3. Promote gender and equality 4. Reduce child mortality 5. Improve maternal health Pantawid Pamilya is the government’s version of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) that started in Latin America and African countries. This has been proven successful as a poverty reduction and social development measure (World Bank, 2009) and was copied and modified to suit Philippine culture and needs. In the Philippines, Pantawid Pamilya was piloted late 2007 covering 4,589 households in four municipalities from regions CARAGA, Region X and the National Capital Region (NCR). By the end 2012, it aims to target 3.1 million households nationwide. The program follows the following criteria for the selection process. Eligible households for Pantawid Pamilya must be: 1. Residents of the poorest municipalities based on the 2003 Small Area Estimates (SAE) of the National Statistics and coordination Board (NSCB) 2. Households whose economic condition is equal to or below the provincial poverty threshold. 3. Households that have children who are 0-14 year of age and/or have a pregnant household member during the time of assessment (6-14 year old children must be in school) Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
  • 46. B-17 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 4. Household who agree to meet the conditions specified in the program. Identified poor households are selected to be potential beneficiaries of the program only if they pass the Eligibility Check Routine (ECR), which is a system that determines the socio- economic category of households in consideration of the criteria set by the program. Households who pass the ECR process become official Pantawid members only after they have undergone the processes required of the Community Assembly, which serves as the venue for validation and registration to the program. The program offers the following health and education cash grants to beneficiary-households who have complied with the set conditions of the program: 1) 500 pesos a month per household, or 6,000 pesos a year, for the following health conditions that apply to the household: a. Pregnant members of the household shall avail of pre-natal care; childbirth shall be attended by skilled/trained health professionals; and mothers shall avail of post- natal care thereafter. b. Children between 0-5 years old shall avail of regular preventive health check-ups and receive immunizations, such as BCG, DPT-OPV, anti-measles and hepatitis vaccines. (For children below 2 years of age, they are require to go for check-up once a month, while children aged 2-5 are required to go for check-up once in two months.) c. Children between 6-14 years old enrolled in Elementary shall receive de-worming pills twice a year (scheduled every five months, or every January and July of the elementary school year). d. Parents shall attend a Family Development Session (FDS) once a month 2. 300 pesos a month per child, or 3,000 pesos a year (10 months, exclusive of vacation months: April-May) per child, maximum of three children per household for the following conditions: a. Children between 3-5 years old shall attend daycare/pre-school classes and must meet 85% attendance per month b. Children between 6-14 years old must be enrolled in school and must meet 85% attendance rate month
  • 47. B-18 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PHYSICAL INDICATORS: I. Household Coverage Per Province Table 1: Household Coverage per Province As of June 28, 2013 Province/City No. of Target Beneficiaries for Registration (Set 1- 6) No. of Registered Clean and Active Beneficiaries (Set 1-6) Variance Percentage ABRA 14,457 12,014 2,443 83.10% APAYAO 9,422 7,464 1,958 79.22% BAGUIO CITY 4,035 2,893 1,142 71.70% BENGUET 12,536 10,665 1,871 85.07% IFUGAO 10,788 9,350 1,438 86.67% KALINGA 12,320 10,226 2,094 83.00% MOUNTAIN PROVINCE 7,019 5,872 1,147 83.66% Grand Total 70,577 56,443 12,093 82.87% As of 28 June 2013, the region has registered 56,443 active households which translate to 80% of the 70,577 target beneficiaries from Set 1 to Set 6. The variance of 14,134 or 20% shows the number of households with Non-RCA (Registered, Clean and Active) due to the households with duplicate entry, inclusion error, GRS fraud and GRS waived. II. Compliance Monitoring to Program Conditions The Compliance Verification System monitors how faithfully beneficiaries comply with the conditions of the program. Partners from DepEd and DOH monitor conditions for education and health respectively, while the C/ML monitors compliance of beneficiaries to Family Development Sessions. This will later be used as basis for the release of cash grants of beneficiaries. For the registered, clean and active beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya, they are being monitored in their compliance to the program conditions with the help of partners from DepEd and DOH. The reporting period is done bi-monthly. For the second quarter, the performance of the beneficiaries with respect to the compliance in education has increased. Meanwhile, as to the attendance to Family Development Sessions and Health Center Visits-Children o-5 years old decreased. In addressing the non-compliance of the monitored beneficiaries to program conditions, the municipal links are directed to conduct house visits to provide proper interventions. Among those reasons include the following:
  • 48. B-19 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report (1) The beneficiaries attended some business matters/ personal matters; (2) Some of the grantees were not interested; and (3) The beneficiaries had forgotten the scheduled check-ups of their children. Despite the decrease in the compliance rate in the Health Center, this condition still meet the 95% compliance rate set by the NPMO in the 2nd Period while achieving a high rate for Family Development Sessions in the region remain as a challenge. All other conditions surpassed the 95% compliance rate. III. Current Allotment Received and Cash Grants Disbursed A. Status of Allotment Received January -June 2013 TYPE OF EXPENSE FINANCIAL TARGET ACTUAL % ACCOMP. PS & MOOE 17,866,459.08 69,528,435.65 389.16% CASH GRANT 128,986,000.00 115,278,400.00 89.37% TOTAL 146,852,459.08 184,806,835.65 125.85% B. Status of Cash Allocation January -June 2013 January -June 2013 TYPE OF EXPENSE FINANCIAL % ACCOMP. ALLOTMENT OBLIGATED DISBURSED PS & MOOE 69,528,435.65 37,600,088.26 23,063,477.64 33.17% CASH GRANT 115,278,400.00 0.00 109,377,500.00 94.88% TOTAL 184,806,835.65 37,600.088.26 132,440.977.64 71.66% The accomplishment of the region as to the Allotment Received dipped to 125.85%. The total funds increased by 1.28% from the 1st quarter. The advocacy fund has the highest contribution on the increase aside from the regular expenses downloaded by the Central Office this quarter which resulted to high percentage of accomplishment on the allotment received with 389.16% but low percentage of accomplishment on the cash allocation with 33.17%. As for the cash grants, some were not disbursed since some beneficiaries were unable to claim them due to update issues, or the grantees were not able to come during the scheduled payouts. All undisbursed grants however, will be released to beneficiaries in the following payouts, and provided all necessary updates have taken effect. Moreover, the funded amount is based on the actual compliance of the beneficiaries which resulted to 89.37 % of the target but was able to disbursed 94.88%. (Please refer to Table A and B). Agency Contact Person: DIR. LEONARDO C. REYNOSO Regional Director, DSWD-CAR No. 40 North Drive, 2600 Baguio City,442-7917 F
  • 49. B-20 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Health (DOH) – CAR Fund Source: GOP CY 2012: Project Cost: Php 318.599 M CY 2013: Project Cost: Php 34.65 M Location/Area Coverage: Region wide Description: The Health Facilities Enhancement Program (HFEP)1 is one of the banner programs of the current administration being implemented by DOH in all the provinces nationwide. Its main goal is the improvement of basic, essential and as well as specialized health services. It also envisions the revitalization of primary health care facilities and the rationalization of the various levels of hospitals to decongested-referral hospitals. Facilities will be upgraded to make them more responsive to the “need” of the catchment area, to provide Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (BEmONC) and Comprehensive Emergency and Newborn Care (CEmONC) services, and to strengthen the health facility referral system or network. Specifically, it aims to: (1) upgrade priority BHSs and RHUs to provide BEmONC services for the reduction of maternal mortality; (2) upgrade government hospitals and health facilities in provinces to make them more responsive to the health needs of the catchment population; (3) upgrade lower level facilities to be able to accommodate nursing students and to establish gate-keeping functions to avoid congestion in higher level hospitals, and; (4) expand the services of existing tertiary hospitals to provide higher tertiary care and as teaching, training hospitals. As of June 2013, HFEP has already accomplished 60 percent for the period 2012-2013. For 2012, the status of the 53 projects is now 61.14 percent and CY 2013 which has 30 projects has 50.15 percent accomplishment. Of the 53 projects in 2012, 30 projects have been completed, 12 are on-going with approved additional time, 4 have been previously suspended and are now operational and the rest are for bidding completion on July and are addressed for some site problems. For the 2013 projects, 11 have been completed, 5 have been requested for modification and re-alignment and the rest are on-going construction. 1 Accessed at <http://www.dbm.gov.ph/wp-content/OPCCB/fpb/g_DOH-HFEP/DOH-HFEP_executive%20summary.pdf>. Accessed on <August 28, 2013>. Health Facilities Enhancement Program
  • 50. B-21 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Education (DepEd) – CAR & Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) - CAR Fund Source: GOP CY 2013: Project Cost: Php 390.24 M Breakdown per Component: 1. Red and Black School Building Program: 115.2 M (DepEd) 2. Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG) : 31.73 M (DepEd) 3. School Furniture Program (SFP): 4.01 M (DepEd) 4. Regular School Building Program : 239.30 M (DPWH) Location/Area Coverage: Region wide Description: The School Building Program (SBP)1 covers the following programs implemented by the Department of Education and Department of Public Works and Highways: A. Basic Educational Facilities This is implemented by the DepEd to address the classroom, water and sanitation facilities and furniture requirements of the schools belonging to the "red and black" zones, as well as the repair and rehabilitation of classrooms and other heritage buildings. It is divided into three areas as follows: 1. Red and Black School Building Program which provides for school buildings in areas experiencing acute classroom shortage 2. Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG) caters for the repair and rehabilitation of school buildings including typhoon-damaged school buildings, construction and repair of toilet and water facilities, restoration of Gabaldon and other heritage type school buildings, and other priority and/or completion projects such as but not limited to structurally unsafe building 3. School Furniture Program (SFP) provides for the equal distribution of school furniture to all legislative districts in accordance with the determined actual needs of schools B. Regular School Building 1 Accessed at < http://depedregion5.ph/physical-facilities-unit.html>. Accessed on <August 28, 2013>. School Building Program
  • 51. B-22 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report This is implemented by the DPWH wherein the allocation is by legislative district in accordance with the allocation criteria mandated under RA 7880 otherwise known as "Fair and Equitable Access to Education Act”. CY 2013 Project (Php 390.24 M) PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Status For CY 2013 Red and Black School Bldg Program Toilet, Repair and Gabaldon (TRG) School Furniture Program (SFP) Regular School Building Program Project Cost (Pph M) 115.2 31.73 4.01 239.30 Accomplishment 67.20% 87% 11.43% 16.53% With slippage of (-21%) Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): There is experienced difficulty in transporting school furniture. The negative slippage for the Regular School Building Program is attributed to no qualified bidders and award suspension due to the recent election. Agency Contact Person: DIR. ELLEN B. DONATO Regional Director, DepED - CAR Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet Email: car@deped.gov.ph Phone: (074)422-1318; 309-3013; 422-1804 Fax: (074)422-4074 DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill, 2600 Baguio City, Tel. 444-8838
  • 52. B-23 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: DENR–CAR Fund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: PhP247,104,000.00 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 20,359 hectares to be planted through social mobilization. Description: 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. The NGP 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 247.104 M. The project components are: (a) seedling production, PhP 130.423 M; plantation site preparation, PhP 81.436 M; and maintenance and protection, PhP 35,245 M. National Greening Program (NGP)
  • 53. B-24 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: January 2013 End: December 2013 Project 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% 49.67% Slippage +4.0% +29.22% Remarks: Activities undertaken during the second quarter were mainly on plantation site preparation and maintenance and protection of 1-2 years old plantation. 62 percent of seedlings were produced in the second quarter and 23 percent of 1-3 years old plantation were maintained and protected. 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)
  • 54. B-25 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROFILE Implementing Agency: Department of Agriculture-CAR Fund Sources: GOP: Department of Agriculture, LGU counterpart, beneficiaries Loan: IFAD, OFID, ADB Grant: IFAD Total Project Cost: Php 3,081,862,000 Fund Source USD ‘000 Percentage IFAD 27,120 41 ADB 10,000 15 OFID 10,000 15 LGU 8,851 13 Beneficiaries 5,031 8 DA 5,434 8 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 to (1) Livelihoods improvement 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; and (5) project management and coordination. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2)
  • 55. B-26 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Status of implementation: Now on its fifth year of implementation, as of June 2013 the project posted an overall accomplishment of 68.41 percent, compared to 69.54 percent target. Though still having a negative slippage the project is catching-up with its target accomplishment from a -20 percent slippage during the 1st quarter down to a -1 percent slippage in the 2nd quarter. During the quarter, the problems encountered are: (a) capability of FMR-contractors to complete projects on time, (b) slow liquidation of funds released to LGUs for the implementation of infrastructure subprojects (c) loan effectivity of ADB fund (US$10M). To address these problems the following measures have been adopted; (a) conduct consultation with contractors of infrastructure subprojects for problem solving to facilitate the resolution of implementation problems; and (b) close coordination with concerned LGU- accountants on the prompt and regular submission of liquidation reports. Masalin-Tambobong FMR in Bakun, Benguet (L- flat sections; R –Steep sloping sections) Final inspection of Belis-Pudong FMR in Kapangan, Benguet `
  • 56. B-27 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: January 1, 2009 End: December 31, 2015 Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 65.20 69.54 73.88 78.22 Actual 55.67 68.41 Cumulative Status: (Since start of project) Physical Status Financial Status Obligation Disbursement Target 69.54 64.42% 50.11% Actual 68.41 With slippage of (-1.13) 62.82% With slippage of (-1.60%) 22.57% With slippage of (-27.54%) Current Implementation Issues and/or Problems Encountered (if any): 1. Capability of contractors of some FMRs to complete the subprojects on time. 2. Slow liquidation of funds released to LGUs for the implementation of infrastructure subprojects. 3. While there is available allocation to the Project in the GAA this is not covered by loan funds. The DA is waiting for the effectiveness of the loan agreement covering the INREM Project to make the USD 10 million ADB contributions available to the CHARMP2. Actions Taken/ Recommendations: During the 2nd Joint NEDA-IFAD monitoring visit, the following were agreed upon to address the above stated problems: a. Conduct a consultation/forum with contractors of infrastructure subprojects for problem solving to facilitate resolution of implementation problems; b. Constant follow up/coordination with concerned LGUs, particularly their accountants for the regular submission of liquidation reports. 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 and contact details: PROJECT SUPPORT OFFICE BPI Compound Guisad Road, Baguio City +63.74.444.8329/ Tel No. +63. 74. 444.7991 charm@mozcom.com
  • 57. B-28 Second 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: DAR-CAR , LGU counterpart Loan: JICA Total Project Cost: Php 903,863,055.00 Project Cost (2011): Php 16.718 M Project Cost (2012): Php 181.456 M Project Cost (2013): Php 367.141 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 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. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support (ARISP III)
  • 58. B-29 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report For CY 2012, 14 projects (10 irrigation projects, 2 FMRs, 1 Potable Water Supply System and 1 Post Harvest Facility - Warehouse) are programmed for implementation with a total cost of Php 181.456 M. These are located in the provinces of Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. All of these projects were already completed except for the 2 irrigation projects in Kalinga that are still under construction due to Right-of-Way issues. For CY 2013, 25 projects (9 Irrigation projects, 8 FMRs, 5 PHFs and 3 PWS) are programmed for implementation with an indicative total cost of Php 367.141 M. Five (5) of these projects are now on- going implementation 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. The overall cumulative accomplishment of ARISP-Phase 3 (in CAR) is 47.18%, with 14 projects now completed, seven (7) projects on going (out of the 41 projects slated for implementation), and 20 are still in their pre-implementation stages. Improvement of Doña Loreta – Poblacion – Alem Road Pudtol, Apayao Completed section of the on-going improvement of Doña Loreta-Poblacion-Alem Road in Pudtol, Apayao. The 4.136 kilometer project costing Php 25,680,336.00 is targeted for completion by end- of-July of this year.
  • 59. B-30 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report San Carlos – Marcela (Bacut) Road Sta. Marcela, Apayao On-going construction of the 7.20 km San Carlos – Marcela (Bacut) Road in Sta. Marcela, Apayao. The Php 36 M road project is expected to be completed by end – of – August 2013 with the approval of work order for additional concrete pavement along the road entrance.
  • 60. B-31 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2013 Project Duration: Start: April 2008 End: April 2014 Status For CY 2013 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 13% 34.70% Actual 10% 25.38% Slippage (-3%) (-9.32%) Cumulative Status: Physical Status Financial Status Target 57.67% Actual 47.18% With a slippage of (-10.49%) 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 / or 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, clarify ARISP Guidelines / procedures among the implementers particularly the Project Engineers of DPWH, DAR, and MLGU and encourage 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, conducted continued negotiations by the LGU, NIA and DAR with the affected claimants 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 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
  • 61. C Project Site Inspection Reports The RPMC Inspectorate Team composed of representatives from DENR-CAR, NICA, DILG-CAR, DBM-CAR and NEDA-CAR conducted project inspection of the following Programs/Projects: (1) Apayao Roads- May 2013 ; (2) Tourism Roads – April 2013; (3) CHARMP 2 (Sablan, Benguet) – June 2013 Status as of June 2013
  • 62. C-1 Second Quarter RPMES Report RPMC-CAR Inspection Report on the Tourism Road Projects in the Province of Benguet conducted on16-18 April 2013 1. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team conducted site inspection of the Tourism Road projects in the Province of Benguet on 16-18 April 2013. The Tourism Road Program is a regional priority implemented by the DPWH-CAR in collaboration with DOT-CAR. The RPMC member-agency representatives were the following: Jerome B. Agaloos, NEDA-CAR Marlon S. Walang, DILG-CAR James M. Degsi, DBM-CAR The Team was joined by Ms. Sylvia Chinayog of DOT-CAR staff and Mr. Bryan Camhit of PLGU Benguet. The Team was assisted by the following staff of the DPWH First and Second Benguet Engineering Districts and the DPWH-CAR Regional Office Construction Division: First Benguet Eng’g. District Second Benguet Eng’g. District ADE Benedicta C. Mendoza PE Edgardo M. Gundran PE Henry V. Apostol Engr. Robert Sagandoy PE Nenita R. Sim Padua DPWH-CAR Reg’l. Office Engr. Renato Cuadla Engr. Margaret Gumeyac Engr. Carol Sagandoy Before the field inspection, the group paid courtesy to Mayor Ruben Paoad of Tublay and Mayor Mauricio Macay of Bokod and visited the two (2) DPWH District Offices in Benguet. Separate exit conferences were conducted with the respective DPWH District Offices to discuss inspection findings/ observations and recommendations. The exit conferences were presided by DE David A. Buliyat of First District and DE Dominador A. Daway of Second District, respectively. 2. Tourism Road Program in CAR: Project Brief Pursuant to the 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
  • 63. C-2 Second Quarter RPMES Report 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 is aimed at improving 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 and prioritizes 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 were approved with an aggregate cost of Php 1.015 Billion with a total output of 42.91 kilometers. As of first quarter 2013, the overall physical status is 15.86% and the disbursement rate is 23.95%. 3. Tourism Road Projects in Benguet For Benguet, four (4) projects were approved for CY 2012 and five (5) for CY 2013 with a total project cost of Php 588 Million for a total output of 34.24 kilometers PCCP. As of end- first quarter 2013, the cumulative overall physical status is 16.53% while the overall disbursement rate is 23.89 %. Bulk of the project payments are for the initial 15% mobilization fund. The following table shows the details of the tourism road projects in
  • 64. C-3 Second Quarter RPMES Report Benguet. No./ CY Name of Road Location Length (km) Project Cost (Php 000) % Physical Status %Disburse ment 1- 12 Construction of Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mt. Pulag Bokod/ Kabayan, Benguet 5.20 40,000 68.00% 56.72% 2- 12 Improvement of Bengao-ngao Caves Road Tublay, Benguet 2.00 20,000 92.00% 54.25% 3- 12 Improvement of Timbac Caves Road Atok/ Kabayan, Benguet 0.65 13,000 68.00% 15.00% 4- 12 Rehabilitation/Improvement of Gurel- Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road Bokod, Benguet 4.35 100,000 21.90% 41.29% 5- 13 Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mt. Pulag Kabayan, Benguet 2.50 50,000 13.20% 15.00% 6- 13 Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road La Trinidad 2.50 50,000 14.50% 15.00% 7- 13 Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road including ROW Kabayan, Benguet 7.25 145,000 4.10% (just started) 15.00% 8- 13 Ballay-Tabio-Tonoman-Bulalacao Road Kabayan, Benguet 3.5 70,000 1.30% (just started) 15.00% 9- 13 Kibungan-Kapangan-Ambongdolan- Tublay- La Trinidad Road Tublay/ La Trinidad, Benguet 6.29 100,000 0.16% (just started) 15.00% TOTAL 34.24 588,000,000 16.53% 23.89% 4. CY 2012 Projects: Findings/ Observations and Recommendations 4.1. Construction of Road along Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mount Pulag Specific Location : Bila, Bokod & Babaoak, Kabayan, Benguet Length of Road Project : 5.2 km PCCP (t= 0.15 m.; w= 4–6.10m.) Project Cost : Php 40.0 M Contract Cost : Php 37.1 M Project Schedule : Nov. 17, 2012 to Apr. 17, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, Pipe culverts, concrete curb & gutter and road widening (excavation) Contractor : ALCEL Physical Status : 68.00 % Findings/ Observations: a) The project is progressing smoothly. A temporary suspension order (one month) was previously issued due to inclement weather in the area. b) The PCCP width is generally 4.0 meters but double lane (6.10 m.) along settlement areas or villages. c) The Project Engineer closely supervises the project and has issued 16 sets of site
  • 65. C-4 Second Quarter RPMES Report instructions from November 2012 to March 2013 to improve work output. d) During the concrete paving, the oversized stones were removed from the concrete mix while pouring. e) Some temperature and transverse cracks were observed on concrete pavements on steep sections while undergoing curing process. According to DE David Buliyat, the plasticity index of fresh concrete decreases when poured on steep road section thus resulting to surface cracks. f) Unstable slopes were observed along the widened sections. Recommendations: a) For the Project Engineer to continue to closely supervise the project and ensure that the issued site instructions are complied with by the Contractor. b) The temperature cracks should be further observed/ investigated and steps taken to avoid similar occurrence on concrete spans on steep sections. Remedial measures like concrete epoxy may be applied on surface cracks. c) An appropriate action on serious transverse cracks should be undertaken or referred to the DPWH Quality Assurance Unit. d) For subsequent funding allocations, the Engineering District Office should program for the provision of slope protection on critical sections. Meanwhile, the Engineering District Office may request to use savings for the purpose. 4.2 Improvement of Bengao-ngao Caves Road Specific Location : Ambongdolan, Tublay, Benguet Length of Road Project : 2.0 km PCCP (t= 0.23 m.; w= 4.0 m.) Project Cost : Php 20.00 M Contract Cost : Php 19.98 M Project Schedule : Nov. 10, 2012 to Jun. 8, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter Contractor : DJY Construction JV Physical Status : 92.00 % Findings/ Observations: Road bays are not yet concreted though the project is already open to vehicular traffic. The bay is an extended shoulder along narrow sections where descending vehicle could pull over to give way to upcoming vehicle/s. Recommendation: Facilitate completion of the concrete bays. 4.3. Improvement of Timbac Caves Road Specific Location : Mongoto, Atok and Kabayan, Benguet
  • 66. C-5 Second Quarter RPMES Report Length of Road Project : 2.931 km PCCP (t= 0.23 m.; w= 3.0m.) Project Cost : Php 13.0 M Contract Cost : Php 12.3 M Project Schedule : Oct. 31, 2012 to Jun. 7, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter Contractor : EKC Construction Physical Status : 68.00 % Findings/ Observations: a) Asphalt sealant was not applied on weakened plane joints of several concrete spans near Mongoto Elementary School though the project is already open to vehicular traffic. b) Major scaling of the old pavement was observed at the entrance portion from junction Halsema Highway. c) New and bigger “Timbac Caves” signage was erected very close to the old and smaller signage at junction Halsema Highway. Recommendations: a) Require the contractor to apply asphalt sealant on the weakened plane joints. b) Consider reblocking the old concrete pavement at the entrance portion from junction Halsema Highway. c) Request the contractor to transfer the old and smaller signage to the cave entrance beside the road project. 4.4. Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias Road Specific Location : Bokod/Kabayan Boundary Section, Benguet Length of Road Project : 4.35 m. PCCP (t= 0.23 m.; w= 6.7 m.) Project Cost : Php 100 M Contract Cost : Php 89.965 M Project Schedule : Jan. 15, 2013 to Aug. 28, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter, road widening (excavation) Physical Status : 21.90 % Findings/ Observation: Project implementation is progressing smoothly. 5. CY 2013 Projects: Findings/ Observations and Recommendations 5.1. Upgrading/ Improvement of Road along Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mount Pulag
  • 67. C-6 Second Quarter RPMES Report Specific Location : Bokod/ Kabayan, Benguet Length of Road Project : 2.5 kmPCCP (t=0.15-0.23m.;w=4-6.10m.) Project Cost : Php 50.0 M Contract Cost : Php 45.6 M Project Schedule : Feb. 9 to Sep. 30, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter, road widening (excavation), 10 units CR & BR Contractor : BCB Construction Physical Status : 13.20 % Findings/ Observations: a) Subgrade and subbase preparations are ongoing. b) The project was previously issued temporary suspension due to inclement weather in the area and access problem due to the ongoing construction of the preceding section under another contract. c) The Project Engineer closely supervises the project and has issued eight (8) sets of site instructions from February to March 2013 to improve work output. Recommendations: For the Project Engineer to continue closely supervise the project and monitor the contractor’s strict compliance on the issued site instructions. 5.2. Upgrading/ Improvement along Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road Specific Location : La Trinidad, Benguet (K 0253+560 – K 0259+035 (v.s.) Length of Road Project : 2.406 km PCCP (t=0.23m.; w=6.10m.) Project Cost : Php 50.0 M Contract Cost : Php 45.6 M Project Schedule : Feb. 8 to Sep. 30, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter, slope protection (grouted riprap), pipe/ box culvert, road widening (excavation) Contractor : Gonzalo Construction Physical Status : 14.50 % Findings/ Observations: a) The project is progressing smoothly. b) The construction formworks were installed without aggregate base course preparation. c) The Project Engineer closely supervises the project and has issued four (4) sets of site instructions (with illustrations) from March to April 2013 to improve work output.
  • 68. C-7 Second Quarter RPMES Report Recommendations: For the Project Engineer to continue to closely supervise the project and ensure that issued site instructions are strictly followed by the contractor. 5.3. The Team has no significant findings/ observations on the following projects since these have just started: a) Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-Abatan Road including ROW Specific Location : Kabayan, Benguet (K 0328+500 – K 0330+806; K 0332+616 – K 0332+616; K0339+840= K 0342+080) Length of Road Project : 7.25 km PCCP (t=0.23m.; w=6.7m.) Project Cost : Php 145.0 M Contract Cost : Php 117.5 M Project Schedule : Mar. 6 to Nov. 29, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter, road widening, road ROW Contractor : Fiat Construction Physical Status : 4.10 % (just started) b) Ballay-Talbo-Tonoman-Bulalacao Road (Bulalacao Lake) Specific Location : Kabayan, Benguet Length of Road Project : 3.5 km PCCP Project Cost : Php 70.0 M Contract Cost : Php 64.2 M Project Schedule : Mar. 29 to Oct. 24, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter Physical Status : 1.30 % (just started) c) Kibungan-Kapangan-Ambongdolan- (Tuel) Tublay- (Alno) La Trinidad Road Specific Location : Tublay and La Trinidad, Benguet Length of Road Project : 6.29 km PCCP (t= 0.23 m.; w= 4.0 m.) Project Cost : Php 100 M Contract Cost : Php 90.434 M Project Schedule : Apr. 2 to Nov. 12, 2013 Major Work Items : PCCP, curb & gutter Physical Status : 0.16 % (just started)
  • 69. C-8 Second Quarter RPMES Report Mount Pulag in Kabayan, Benguet Completed road sections of the Ambangeg Junction National Road to Mount Pulag in Bokod and Kabayan. Manifestation of temperature Cracks. Transverse Crack
  • 70. C-9 Second Quarter RPMES Report Bengano-ngao Cave in Tublay, Benguet The new concrete pavement leading to Bengao-ngao Cave Bays are not yet completed though the road is already open to vehicular traffic. .
  • 71. C-10 Second Quarter RPMES Report Timbac Caves in Kabayan, Benguet Entrance portion of the road to Timbac Caves from Halsema Highway Major scaling of the old pavement at the entrance portion from Halsema Highway. Completed section without asphalt sealant on weakened plane joints Redundant “Timbac Caves” signages.
  • 72. C-11 Second Quarter RPMES Report Upgrading/ Improvement along Ambiong-Lubas-Tawang Road (CY 2013 project) Completed slope protection structures. Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias Road (CY 2012 project)
  • 73. C-12 Second Quarter RPMES Report Exit conference with DPWH First Benguet District DE David Buliyat (extreme right) Exit conference with DPWH Second Benguet District DE Dominador Daway (2nd from left)
  • 74. C-13 Second Quarter RPMES Report RPMC-CAR Inspection Report on the Road Upgrading (Gravel to Concrete) along Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road conducted on 14-15 May 2013 1. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team conducted a project-site inspection on the Kabugao- Pudtol-Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road on 15 May 2013. This is a regional priority project implemented by the DPWH-CAR regional office. The RPMC member-agency representatives were the following: Dir. Clarence Baguilat, DENR-CAR (Team Leader) Jerome B. Agaloos, NEDA-CAR James M. Degsi, DBM-CAR Gregorio P. Ariz, III, NEDA-CAR Marlon Walang, DILG-CAR The Team was assisted by the following staff of DPWH Second Engineering District: ADE Rustom Martinez Engr. Daisy Maralag Engr. Jerry Ragojos Engr. Benjamin Domingo Before the field inspection, the Team had a courtesy meeting with the Apayao Provincial Vice-Governor Hector Pascua in Luna, Apayao. After the on-site visit, the Team conducted an exit conference with the staff of DPWH Apayao First Engineering District. 2. Project Profile The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) being the northern tip of the regional backbone. The 78.75 km. road stretch directly links the capital town Kabugao to Lower Apayao, the seat of provincial government and business growth center. The specific section inspected is the 2.516 km road concreting along Barangays Swan and Mataguisi in Pudtol funded under CY 2012 DPWH Regular Infrastructure Program. The road is one of the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classification to arterial by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011. 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
  • 75. C-14 Second Quarter RPMES Report Tuguegarao, Cagayan. The Kabugao side (12.32 km) traverses a rugged mountainous terrain, then goes down to the Paco Valley. The road will also traverse the Mataguisi Valley in Pudtol. These valleys have vast potential for agricultural production. The bridges across Apayao River (Bubulayan Bridge) and its tributaries Maton and Nagan Rivers are already completed. The construction of two (2) other major bridges, Malilibag Bridge (48.8 lm) and Paco Bridge (36 lm) are programmed for CY 2014 to finally complete the road link. Along the Kabugao side, however, there are still six (6) temporary bridges that need to be replaced with permanent bridge structures having a total length of 90 lm. 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 the PCCP project for subsequent procurement by DPWH-CO. By end-2013, the road is expected to be 51 percent concrete paved. 3. Project Basic Information Specific Location : Barangays Swan & Mataguisi, Pudtol, Apayao Station Limits : KO 661+000 – KO 661+321 & KO 643+520- KO646+080 Length of Road Project : 2.516 km Project Cost : Php 58.827 M. Contract Cost : Php 49.574 M. Source of Fund : CY 2012 DPWH Regular Infra Program Project Schedule : Feb. 20, 2012 to Dec. 12, 2012 Contractor : OCDC Major Work Items : PCCP (2.516 km), RCPC, stone masonry, concrete curb & gutter and road signs Physical Status (Dec.10, 2012): 100 % Financial Status (Mar. 31, 2012): Php 43 M. (or 86 % released), only retention fund is left PROJECT LOCATION Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Bdry Road, 78.75 km Junction Luna (Maharlika HW) Junction Lenneng (Kabugao)
  • 76. C-15 Second Quarter RPMES Report 4. Findings and Observations: a) The road concreting has been completed within the timeframe. b) Mounds of aggregates and boulders were seen along the road. These may post hazard to motorists. Accordingly, the aggregates and boulders will be used for sideworks on intermittent sections, i.e. retaining wall, curb and gutter and drainage, funded from the project savings (Php 7.0 M.). c) Some sections have no backfill on shoulders and drainage system on the mountain side which can lead to scouring of the subbase support. d) There was no asphalt sealant on the contraction joints of some spans. e) There is need for slope protection along critical sections of the road line. 5. Comments/ Recommendations: a) The project is commendable as it was completed within schedule. b) The contractor should be instructed to properly stock the aggregates and boulders on the road and place warning signs to avoid accidents. c) All road shoulders should be properly backfilled to avoid scouring of the subbase support and drainage systems should be provided. d) The contractor should be instructed to apply asphalt sealant on the contraction joints. e) The District Engineering Office should program for slope protection and retaining walls along critical sections for the next budgeting period.
  • 77. C-16 Second Quarter RPMES Report Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road (along Barangays Swan & Mataguisi Section) Project Billboard Completed PCCP Completed PCCP Ongoing side works funded from project savings. No asphalt sealant No backfill on shoulder and drainage system on mountain side.
  • 78. C-17 Second Quarter RPMES Report The RPMC Inspectorate Team (RIT) headed by DENR-CAR Dir. Clarence Baguilat meets Apayao Vice-Governor Hector Pascua. Project briefing by Engr. Jerry Ragojos. The RIT exit conference with DPWH Apayao 2nd Engg. District. The RIT with the DPWH Apayao 2nd Engineering District staff at Paco River. A bridge across the river will be constructed to finally link the provincial center to Upper Apayao municipalities.
  • 79. C-18 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report RPMC-CAR Inspection Report of the Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road (Apayao Side) conducted on 15-16 May 2013 1. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team conducted on a project-site inspection on the Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road on 16 May 2013. This is a regional priority project implemented by the DPWH-CAR regional office. The RPMC member-agency representatives were the following: Dir. Clarence Baguilat, DENR-CAR (Team Leader) Jerome B. Agaloos, NEDA-CAR James M. Degsi, DBM-CAR Gregorio P. Ariz, III, NEDA-CAR Marlon Walang, DILG-CAR The Team was assisted by the following DPWH Apayao 1st Engineering District officers and staff: DE Eugene M. Batalao PE Gerald B. Daowag ADE Edward P. Magno Engr. Raymond Ferrer PE Antonio L. Baguec Engr. Chester M. Sanggadan The project briefing was conducted at the project site while the exit conference was held at the DPWH Apayao First Engineering District Office. During these activities, the project contractors were represented by their Resident Engineers Joemar Colalong (PBO) and Dondon Duma-ing (OCDC). 2. Project Profile The road is a major lateral road of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP). It directly 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 dialogue with Sec. 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
  • 80. C-19 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report northwest to Calanasan, road opening and widening of 36 km. is already being undertaken. For the next programming period, 15.7 km is for road opening (Kabugao, 5 km & Calanasan, 10.7 km). Along the Kabugao section (37 km), seven (7) major bridges are to be constructed with a total length of 445 lm crossing several 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 have been paved. The ongoing projects along the road line are Php 100 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 and 8.7 km east of the regional boundary. 3. Projects along the Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road (Apayao Side), 63.543 km Project Location Cost (Php M) Physical Status (4/30/13) Financial Status (4/30/13) CY 2012 Project 1) Road Opening (9.56 km) Brgy. Madatag, Kabugao (1st District) 100.00 40.87 % 39.16% CY 2013 Projects 1) Road Widening & PCCP (1.6 km) Sitio Cabetian, Poblacion, Kabugao (1st District) 50.00 37.03 % 15.00% 2) Road Opening (5.392 km) Brgy. Butao, Calanasan (2nd District) 127.50 30.02% 15.00% TOTAL 16.552 km 277.50 PROJECT LOCATION Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road Junction San Nicolas, IN Junction Cabetian (Kabugao)
  • 81. C-20 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 4. CY 2012: Php 100.0 M 4.1 Basic Project Information Specific Location : Barangay Madatag, Kabugao, Apayao Station Limits : KO 627+840 – KO 637+400 Length of Road Project : 9.56 km. Project Cost : Php 100.0 M Contract Cost : Php 89.089 M Source of Fund : CY 2012 DPWH Infra Program Original Project Schedule : June 27, 2012 to April 22, 2013 Suspension Order No.1 : July 1, 2012 Resume Order No 1 : September 30, 2012 Revised Completion Date : September 9, 2013 Contractor : PBO Construction Major Work Items : Roadway & drainage excavation, gravelling, stone masonry & installation of cross drainages, catch basins, common earth & solid rock excavation Physical Status : 40.87 %; slippage, negative 7.50% Financial Status : Php 34.89 or 39.16% 4.2 Findings and Observations: a) The project is located 21 km or 2 hr of bumpy ride from Poblacion, Kabugao after two (2) major Apayao River tributaries, namely: Madduang and Sicapo Rivers. The remaining 5 km is being programmed for opening and widening to reach the Calanasan section. b) A suspension order was issued on July 1, 2012; when the contractor failed to mobilize due to massive slides and road cuts along the 21 km section leading to the project site. After approval, the Php 2.38 M project savings was used for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts. Work resumed on September 30, 2012. c) The project is closely supervised as evidenced by the six (6) sets of site instructions issued by the Project Engineer. d) The First Engineering District resurveyed the section from Madduang to Madatag to determine change of work item from solid rock to common earth excavation. e) A first warning has been issued due to the negative slippage. The contractor was instructed to implement a catch-up plan. 4.3 Comments/ Recommendations: a) Continue the close supervision of the project. b) To avoid undue delays caused by inclement weather, the contractor was
  • 82. C-21 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report advised to stockpile construction materials at the project site. Likewise, RCP should be installed crossing the two (2) major rivers for accessibility during the rainy season. c) DPWH-CAR has to accelerate programming for the road to meet the year 2016 timetable. 5. CY 2013: Php 50.0 M 5.1 Basic Project Information Specific Location : Sitio Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao, Apayao Length of Road Project : 1.60 km Project Cost : Php 50.00 M Contract Cost : Php 42.91 M Source of Fund : CY 2013 DPWH Infra Program Project Schedule : Feb. 11, 2013 to Aug. 5, 2012 (170 CD) Contractor : OCDC Major Work Items : Widening, graveling, slope protection & PCCP Physical Status : 37.03 %; slippage, negative 14.15% Financial Status : Php 6.44 M or 15.00% 5.2 Findings and Observations: a) Project is closely supervised. b) The resolution of a minor road right-of-way (ROW) problem at the entrance portion from Junction Cabetian is being coordinated with Kabugao Mayor Joseph Amid for LGU assistance. c) A second warning has been issued due to the increased negative slippage. The District Engineering Office has instructed the contractor to deploy additional manpower and equipment. d) Earth spoils from massive earth movement due to the road widening is being dumped down the river along the road. e) There was no posting of their Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) and the contractor representative and the District Engineering Office are not aware of this requirement. 5.3 Comments/ Recommendations: a) Continue the close supervision of the project and ensure that the contractor deploys additional manpower and equipment to accelerate work progress. b) On the environmental aspect, it was confirmed by DENR EMB-CAR Director Oscar Cabanayan through Director Baguilat, RIT Team Leader, that the whole road line has no ECC. Accordingly, the EMB-CAR shall immediately conduct an on-site project visit to ensure DPWH’s compliance.
  • 83. C-22 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 6. CY 2013: Php 127.5 M 6.1 Basic Project Information Specific Location : Barangay Butao, Calanasan, Apayao Length of Road Project : 5.392 km Project Cost : Php 127.5 M Contract Cost : Php 114.61 M Source of Fund : CY 2013 DPWH Infra Program Project Schedule : March 21, 2013 to December 14, 2013 (269 CD) Contractor : FIAT/ TRYST/ BHM (JV) Major Work Items : Roadway & drainage excavation, graveling stone masonry and installation of cross drainage, common earth & solid rock excavation Physical Status : 30.02 %; slippage, positive 24.02% Financial Status : Php 17.19 M or 15.00% 6.2 Findings and Observations: a) No on-site findings since the Team was not able to visit the project. The access to the project is through Calanasan-Claveria-Cagayan Road (95 km) which would take a whole day travel from Luna, Apayao to Barangay Butao via Poblacion, Calanasan. The team has to set another trip to visit the area. b) Based on the report and photo documentation provided by the DPWH Apayao Second Engineering District, it shows that the project is progressing smoothly with positive slippage. 6.3 Comments / Recommendations a) For the Project Engineer to continue to closely supervise the project. b) On the environmental aspect, it was confirmed by DENR EMB-CAR Director Oscar Cabanayan through Director Baguilat, RIT Team Leader, that the whole road line has no ECC. Accordingly, the EMB-CAR shall immediately conduct an on-site project visit to ensure DPWH’s compliance.
  • 84. C-23 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Pictures taken on October 2012 Pictures taken during this visit Old logging road & trail. Ongoing road opening, widening & graveling. CY 2012: Php 100 M, Brgy. Madatag, Kabugao
  • 85. C-24 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Pictures taken on October 2012 Pictures taken during this visit Junction Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao Malabanig Bridge Typical road section Ongoing PCCP CY 2013: Php 50 M, Sitio Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao
  • 86. C-25 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Project billboard Road widening Road widening Ongoing road concreting Road ROW problem Earth spoils dumped down the road side. CY 2013: Php 50 M, Sitio Cabetian, Poblacion Kabugao
  • 87. C-26 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Before the road opening along Sta. 728+528, start of project. During the excavation works along the same section. Ongoing road opening and widening. CY 2013: Php 127.5 M, Brgy. Butao, Calanasan
  • 88. C-27 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Junction San Nicolas (IN) Solsona Welcome Arch Road from Solsona to boundary Solsona youths joyride along the mountainous road section. 69 km from Junction San Nicolas, few kms to the boundary. Ilocos Norte Side
  • 89. C-28 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report The RPMC-CAR Inspectorate Team headed by DENR Dir. Clarence Baguilat meets Apayao Vice-Gov. Hector Pascua. Exit conference with DPWH-Apayao 2nd District staff. On-site project briefing by DPWH Apayao 1st District staff. Exit conference with DPWH Apayao 1st District. The RIT and DPWH Apayao 1 staff at Madduang River. Courtesy Meeting, Project Briefing & Exit Conferences Ilocos Norte Side
  • 90. C-29 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report RPMC-CAR Inspection Report on CHARMP2 – RID Component, Farm-to-Market Roads on June 18, 2013 in Sablan, Benguet 1. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team held an inspection of farm-to-market roads (FMRs) in Sablan, Benguet on 18 June 2013. The Inspection Team was composed of Director Julio P. De Luna of NICA as Team Leader and representatives from DBM-CAR (Mr. James Degsi), DILG-CAR (Mr. Marlon Walang), NICA (Ms. Plormelinda Olet), and NEDA-CAR (Ms. Sharon Africano) as Members. The team was assisted by CHARMP2 RID Coordinator Engr. Filemon Salvador and Benguet Provincial Rural Infrastructure Engineer (PRIE) Engr. Mary Ann Fianza. The monitoring activity was jointly undertaken with the DA-Special Projects Coordination and Management Assistance Division Head Mr. Roy Abaya and finance officer Ms. Ester Simbajon. 2. Projects Inspected The following projects, which are part of the Rural Infrastructure Development (RID) component of CHARMP2 were the subjects of the Inspection, to wit: Project Locatio n Appropriation Scope of Work Status As of April 2013 Improvement/ Rehabilitation of Duyot - Bagong FMR (1.116 Km) Bagong , Sablan DA-CHARMP2 - 1,800,000.00 Structure excavation, PCCP, RC spillway grouted riprap, RC curb and/or gutter The contractors have not started the projects despite notices. Requested for time extension DA-OSEC - 900,000.00 LGU - 300,000.00 Improvement of Taba-an – Coroz – Balluay FMR (1.914 Km) Balluay, Sablan DA-CHARMP2 - 1,800,000.00 Structure excavation, PCCP (passing bay), grouted riprap, RC curb and/or gutter, RC apron, RC lined canal w/ steel DA-OSEC - 900,000.00 LGU - 300,000.00
  • 91. C-30 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report 3. Project Profile The Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP2) is a seven-year project (2009-2015) with an estimated total cost of P3.05 Billion ($66.43 Million) covering 170 barangays in 37 municipalities of the six (6) provinces in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). The project has five components, namely: (a) Social Mobilization, Participatory Investment Planning and Land Titling; (b) Community Watershed Conservation, Forest Management and Agroforestry; (c) Agriculture, Agribusiness and Income Generating Activity; (d) Rural Infrastructure Development (RID); and, (e) Project Management and Coordination. The RID component seeks to improve rural infrastructure essential for the promotion of agricultural production and marketing and the enhancement of rural-based livelihood through the mobilization of beneficiaries. Its sub-components are: Farm-to-Market Access, Community Irrigation, and Domestic Water Supply. 4. Findings The ongoing improvement/rehabilitation of the roads incurred some delays mainly due to the following:  problems in hauling construction and other materials from the source to the project site - because of the instability of the bridge, loads of delivery trucks are limited and sometimes, hauling of construction materials had to be done manually;  landowners initiated the conduct of riprapping of portions of their lands where the project will pass through; and,  There are times that workers do not report for work because they have to tend to their farms – part of the agreement for the project implementation is that local residents should be given priority in hiring of workers to work at the project site. With the extension approved by CHARMP, the contractor ensured the completion of the projects by July 15, 2013. Meanwhile, the following observations were noted during the inspection: a. Transverse cracks were evident on the newly concreted pavement; b. No drainage system in some portions where there are noted water convergence; c. The provision of PCCP curb/gutter in some sections are not included in the approved program of work (POW); and,
  • 92. C-31 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report d. The contractors were from the locality, thus, were advised to ensure quality of workmanship. 5. Exit Briefing/Conference During the exit briefing/conference with the contractors and some local officials, the following were discussed: a. The Duyot-Bagong will be completed within the additional 25 calendar days despite the inclement weather; b. The contractor will install remedies to address the transverse cracks noted which are caused by the temperature during construction; c. The contractor will allot provision for line canals to serve as drainage in areas where there are noted convergence of water; d. The Municipal Engineer of Sablan to submit Status Reports for the two (2) projects as basis for the release of the 5% Provincial Counterpart Fund Allocation (CFA). The RPMC Inspectorate Team and the DA made similar observations, thus, requested the contractor to make necessary measures so as not to compromise the quality of the projects being implemented. On the financial aspect, Mr Abaya advised the Municipal Engineer to closely monitor the liquidation of funds to avoid delays in project implementation.
  • 93. C-32 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report PHOTO DOCUMENTATION DUYOT-BAGONG FMR Slope protection/retaining wall below the road just completed awaiting concreting of pavement Several transverse cracks evident on newly concreted pavement RPMC-RIT, DA SPCMAD, CHARMP, and barangay officials inspecting the newly concreted Duyot-Bagong FMR No drainage, rainwater remain stagnant in the side gutter
  • 94. C-33 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report TABAAN-COROZ-BALLUAY FMR Newly concreted passing bay Exit Conference with the contractors, Municipal Engineer of Sablan, and Provincial Engineer of Benguet, CHARMP RID Coordinator Engr. Filemon Salvador, RPMC-RIT Team Leader Dir. Julius De Luna, DA-SPCMAD Mr. Roy Abaya
  • 95. D Special Projects Detailed Accomplishment Report RPMC included two Special Program/Projects: The PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) and the Social Preparation for CAR (SPCAR). Status as of June 2013
  • 96. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2012 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30 June 2013 REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT To datePROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed STATUS/REMARKS D-1 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report KALINGA Tanudan Construction & Improvement of Tatakkan-Guimuyo FMR Upper Lubo, Tanudan 4.2 M MOA singed 25 Feb 13 at DILG-CAR RO 4,200,000 Ongoing Bidding process 120CD delayed due to realignment. KALINGA Pasil Construction of Ableg Concrete Footbridge Ableg, Pasil 0.5 M MOA signed on 29November 2012 at 500,000 64.49% accomplishment Reason: Construction and supplies. Construction of Crib Wall along Cagaluan (Lutut Section) Cagaluan, Pasil 3.0 M Azalea Hotel, Baguio City 3,000,000 Awaiting submission of POW, Plans & designs. Delayed due to realignment. Improvement of Ableg-Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Cagaluan, Pasil 1.5 M 1,050,000 38.66% accomplishment Reason: Construction and supplies Construction of Dangla Footbridge Cagaluan, Pasil 1.0 M 700,000 7.66% accomplishment due to construction and supplies concern. Procurement and hauling of materials is ongoing. Improvement of Cagaluan Irrigation Canal Cagaluan, Pasil 1.2 M 840,000 41.12% accomplishment due to construction and supplies concern. Improvement of the Kurat Communal Irrigation System Balinciagao Sur, Pasil 1.5 M 1,050,000 14.92% accomplishment due to construction and supplies concern. Improvement Of Katalbawan-Tanap Communal Irrigation System Dalupa, Pasil 1.0 M 1,000,000 18% accomplishment due construction and supplies concern. Ongoing stack piling of aggregates & hauling of materials. Construction of Footpath from Gawaan, Galdang to Pua Galdang, Pasil 0.69 M 692,157.76 Completed. Construction of Abulao Footbridge Galdang, Pasil 1.1 M 1,107,842.24 15.45% accomplishment ongoing hauling & stack piling of materials Purchase of One Dump Truck Galdang, Guina- ang, Pasil 1.2 M 1,200,000 Ongoing canvass KALINGA Pinukpuk Construction of Warehouse and Drying Pavement Taga, Pinukpuk 0.6 M MOA signed on 28November 2012 at Summer Place, Baguio City 600,000 Started: 27 February 2013 Date completed: 26 May 2013 Beneficiaries: 447 HH
  • 97. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2012 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30 June 2013 REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT To datePROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed STATUS/REMARKS D-2 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Purchase of Two Rice Milling Machine and Two Units Thresher SitiosBayao& Ba-ay, Limos Pinukpuk 1.1 M 1,100,000 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 Buaya, Balbalan 0.85 M MOA signed on 16 July 2012 at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City 595,000 28.31% accomplishment Improvement of Cal-owan FMR Cal-owan, Balbalan 1.95 M 1,365,000 63.45% accomplishment 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 1,000,000 Completed on 21 May 2013 Improvement of Dao- Ballicuan Communal Irrigation System Dupag, Tabuk City 1.0 M Place Hotel, Baguio City 1,000,000 Completed on 21 May 2013 Improvement of Bannagan- Bagumbayan Community Irrigation System Bagumbayan, Tabuk City 1.0 M 1,000,000 Completed on 21 May 2013 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 *Procurement process completed * Proposal already approved last 15 April 2013 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 82% accomplishment, 148m still to be constructed out of the 850m. MT. PROVINCE Sadanga Construction of Betwagan Bridge Betwagan, Sadanga 21.0 M MOA signed on 28Nov 2012 at Summer Place Hotel, Baguio City 21,000,000 60.45% accomplishment 44% fund utilization Project duration of 160 days Phase I (construction of abutments & approaches) TOTAL 50.0 M 46.46M
  • 98. Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)-DILG FUND CY 2013 GPH-CBA-CPLA Closure Agreement As of 30 June 2013 Disbursement PROVINCE NAME OF PROJECT LOCATION COST (PhP) Date MOA Signed 1st Release (80%) 2rd Release (20%) STATUS/REMARKS D-3 Second 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 80% of the project cost was already released. NTP 22 March 2013. 179 WD 55% accomplishment. Cogon-Lanec Road in Tineg (Road Opening 12 kms) Tineg 15.8 M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013. APAYAO Improvement of Sta. Maria-Balluyan- Malayugan Road Flora 6.0M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013. BENGUET Cabiten-Takki Road (6 kms) Mankayan 8.0M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013. IFUGAO Namal to Pula Road Improvement Asipulo 5.0M Awaiting submission of documentary requirements & release of funds from DBM. Road Improvement in Danggo Tinoc 5.0M 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 Awaiting documentary requirements & release of funds from DBM. PROVINCE Improvement of Bontoc-Besao Road (16 kms) Mainit 20.0M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013. Improvement of Natonin-Toboy Road(12 kms Road wideed with slope protection constructed) Banawel 20.0M Ongoing procurement process. 1st tranche already released. Betwagan Bridge Sadanga 25.0M 20M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013 Betwagan Access Road 6.0M 1st tranche, 80% for release on July 2013 Improvement of Poblacion Marat Road, PoblacionParacelis Paracelis 7.0M MOA signing scheduled on 22 February 2013 5.6M Ongoing procurement process. 1st tranche already released TOTAL 211.8M 60.8 M
  • 99. D-4 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Social Preparation of the Cordillera Administrative Region into an Autonomous Region SECOND QUARTER 2013 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT CY 2012 Regular Appropriations I. INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION (IEC) Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Php ‘000 Amount Disbursed CY 2012 1. IEC for the General Public (PIA)  Media coverage  10 for a / presscons  15 plugs (FM & AM Stations)  17 news advertorial 3,000 2,850,000 2. LGU IEC (LGUs)  Abra – conducted IEC for Tayum and Pidigan  Apayao – no IEC activity, fund released in April 2013  Baguio – for release of first tranche  Benguet – no IEC activity, reorganization of IEC focal persons  Ifugao – 4 IECs conducted, 2nd tranche (750k) released in May 2013  Kalinga – 3 IECs conducted  Mt. Province – 6/15 IECs conducted; meeting of IEC speakers 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 950,000 750,000 0 250,000 950,000 250,000 950,000 3. Multi-Sector IEC (NEDA)  2 IECs to CBA and Benguet Provincial Councilors’ League; 600 participants 84,496 84,496 4. Pulse Survey Phase II (NEDA)  Survey conducted  Post assessment ongoing 793.535 455.127
  • 100. D-5 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report II. CAPABILITY BUILDING Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Amount Disbursed CY 2012 1. Declaration of Principles for Environmental Governance (UP)  Policy dialogues conducted in all provinces 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)  Conducted meeting with Baguio, La Trinidad, Sablan and Tublay 864,978.69 464,978.69 4. Disaster Preparedness and Rescue Operations Training (PRO-COR)  Conducted training last July 17-22, 2013 which was attended by 50 policemen 584,000.00 554,800.00 5. Upland Agriculture Resiliency to Climate Change (DA)  Conducted meetings of TWG 500,000.00 450,000.00 6. Coffee Fiesta (HARRDEC)  Conducted Coffee Fiesta 100,000.00 100,000.00 7. Poverty Summit (NEDA)  Conducted summit 636,272.46 636,272.46 8. IKSP Research Forum (BSU)  Conducted research forum 120,000.00 120,000.00 9. GIS Regional Networking (NEDA)  Conducted GIS training 144,147.26 144,147.26
  • 101. D-6 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report III. ALLIANCE AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Amount Disbursed CY 2012 1. Hiring of Job Orders for SPCAR (NEDA)  3 JOs hired 145,496.83 145,496.83 2. SPCAR Assessment Workshop  SPCAR workshop conducted at Mt. Data 27,484.11 27,484.11
  • 102. D-7 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report Social Preparation of the Cordillera Administrative Region into an Autonomous Region SECOND QUARTER 2013 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT CY 2013 Regular Appropriations I. INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION (IEC) Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Php Amount Disbursed CY 2013 1. CRADP Plan for DAR Personnel and ARC Beneficiaries (DAR)  With scheduled IEC Planning workshop on July 27 1,000,000.00 240,000.00 2. IEC for Cooperatives (NEDA)  IEC to start on July 1,000,000.00 0 3. IEC Seminar for Municipal S & T coordinators in CAR  Set on September but moved to December to coincide with the training of municipal S & T coordinators 30,000.00 30,000.00 4. Seminar-orientation on Regional Autonomy, Administrative Discipline, Child Protection Policy (DepEd)  For MOA signing 454,750.00 0 5. Cordi Month Celebration (DPWH)  Construction of Relief Map  Cordi Month celebration in July 1,290,000.00 1,100,000.00 6. IEC for Multi-Sector (NEDA)  Conducted 2 IECs 1,412,750.00 5,884.50 7. Reproduction of IEC Materials / Souvenirs  Printing of 100 sets of IEC materials 500,000.00 1,650.00
  • 103. D-8 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report (NEDA) 8. IEC Speaker’s Bureau (NEDA)  Conducted 2 meetings 300,000.00 8,250.10 9. IEC for Punong Barangay (DILG)  For fund release in August 1,000,000.00 0 10. IEC for 2013 Elected Officials (Municipal Level)  Conducted 1 IEC with 70 participants  For fund release in August 410,000.00 0 11. IEC for Barangay Constituents (Voting Population) (DILG)  For fund release in August 1,500,000.00 0 12. Regional PopCom activities integrating the Promotion of Regional Autonomy (PopCom)  For MOA signing 30,000.00 0 13. DTI’s integration of IEC campaign on Autonomy (DTI)  To conduct 2 IECs in Baguio and Tabuk on July 140,000.00 56,000.00 14. Support for Cordi Autonomy thru CHD CAR Personnel (CHD / DOH)  For MOA signing 332,500.00 0 15. The Role and Importance of Mining and Geology in Achieving Economic Independence thru IEC  For MOA signing 50,000.00 0
  • 104. D-9 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report II. CAPABILITY BUILDING Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Amount Disbursed CY 2013 1. Revitalizing the BLISTT and Strategic Framework Plan (NEDA)  Ongoing 200,000.00 0 2. Support to CAR GIS Network (NEDA)  Conducted 2 meetings 500,000.00 12,000.00 3. Coffee Industry Development Plan (HARRDEC)  Ongoing TWG meetings 200,000.00 190,000.00 4. Cordillera Education and Manpower Development Master Plan (CHED)  For MOA signing 300,000.00 0 5. Support for the Regional Competitiveness Committee (DTI)  Survey completed, summit slated July 29-30 180,000.00 70,000.00 6. Feasibility studies on Roads for the Phil. Rural Development Program (NEDA)  Ongoing preparatory meetings 400,000.00 0 7. CAR Regional Agri, Trade and Tourism Investment Promotions Conference  Conducted preparatory activities 300,000.00 70,000.00 8. Improving the quality of S & T Manpower Base of the Cordi towards a Meaningful Autonomous Economy (DOST)  Ongoing coordination with tutors and reviewers  Review of target scholars is set on the last week of August 150,000.00 140,000.00 9. Capability Building Plan (NEDA)  Consultancy published for bidding 470,000.00 0
  • 105. D-10 Second Quarter CY 2013 RPMES Report III. ALLIANCE AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Programs/Projects (Lead Agency) Accomplishment/Remarks Allocation Amount Disbursed CY 2013 1. Meeting with Congressmen, dialogue and advocacy with appropriations committee and dialogue and advocacy with the leagues, CSOs, Church-based Organizations  For scheduling 675,000.00 0 2. IEC, Alliance, Research and M & E Plan  Consultancy published for bidding 675,000.00 0 3. Meetings (Workshop, Regular meeting of focal persons, Accountants and Autonomy)  TWG meeting on SPCAR 200,000.00 5,700.00 4. Salary and Consultancy  3 job-orders hired 1,000,000.00 125,866.17 5. Supplies, Travel, etc  300,000.00 12,105.00