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  • 1. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of June 2012Project Title: Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)Implementing Agency: Department of Social Welfare and Development Cordillera Administrative RegionFund Source: Loan/Grant Proceeds ( ) GOP Peso Counterpart (X) Loan TOTAL PROJECT ( ) Grant COST: P 745,512,348Location/Area Coverage: 6 provinces, 7 congressional Districts, 2 cities, 75Coverage: municipalities, 1,070 municipalitiesDescription: Under the Set 5 expansion, the program currently covers all the 75 municipalities and 2 cities in the region. However, not all barangays are covered due to the targeting strategy for urbanized cities like Baguio, wherein the poorest barangays identified rather than saturating the entire city. The program is aimed at targeting five out of the eight Millennium Development Goals. It is intended to address the following MDGs: reduce poverty and hunger (goal 1), achieve universal primary education (goal 2), reduce child mortality (goal 4), improve maternal health (goal 5), and promote gender equality and women’s empowerment (goal 3). These are all achieved by reducing extreme poverty and increasing human capital of the poorest households, particularly in the areas of nutrition, education, and health. Officially launched in late 2007, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program is the Philippine government’s version of the conditional cash transfer (CCT)- a program that is widely practiced in other countries. The program is patterned after the conditional cash transfer program in Latin America and African countries which have been proven successful as a poverty reduction and social development measure (World Bank, 2009) The program offers the following health and education cash grants to beneficiary-households: 1) 500 pesos a month per household, or 6,000 pesos a year, for preventive health check-ups and vaccines of pregnant women and of children with ages five years old and below; 2) 300 pesos a month per child, or 3,000 pesos a year, for his/her educational expenses for one school year (10 months). The educational assistance is given to each household for a maximum of three children. To be eligible, children should be between three to 14 years of age and enrolled either in a day-care program or in elementary school. 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012
  • 2. Thus a household with three qualified children can get a subsidy of 1,400 pesos per month, or 15,000 pesos a year, for a maximum of five years (Senate, 2010). The program has six ( 6 ) conditionality that beneficiary-families must comply with. These are the following: 1) Pregnant members of the household shall get pre-natal care; childbirth shall be attended by skilled/trained health professionals; and mothers shall get post-natal care thereafter. 2) Children between 0-5 years old shall get regular preventive health check-ups and receive immunizations, such as BCG, DPT-OPV, anti-measles and hepatitis vaccines. 3) Children between 6-14 years old shall receive de-worming pills twice a year (Scheduled every five months, or every January and July of the elementary school year). 4) Children between 3-5 years old shall go to day-care/pre- school classes and attend 85 per cent of the time. 5) Children between 6-14 years old must be enrolled in school and should attend classes 85 per cent of the time.Starting this year, reporting period is every two (2) months. For the March-April, theprogram was able to cover 94% of its target beneficiaries, while for the familydevelopment session (FDS) is 92.64%.On the financial aspect, Php 190.778 M or 91.47% was disbursed.Project Physical Indicators (March - April 2012) Target Actual Variance Percentage Category March April March April March April March April Education No 95% n/a 3-5 years old 14,594 n/a 13,892 classes 702 n/a 6-14 years No 93% n/a old 88,495 n/a 82,161 classes 6,334 n/a Health 0-5 years old 32,221 32,221 30,296 30,338 1,925 1883 94% 94.16% Pregnant 100% 100.00% Women 1 1 1 1 0 0 (Deworming) 21,833 21,307 526 98% FDS Grantee 54,991 54,991 51,198 50,687 3,793 4304 93% 92.17% 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012
  • 3. Project Physical Indicators (May-June 2012) Target Actual Variance Percentage Category May June May June May June May June Education 3-5 years old Attendance in Day Care Vacation Vacation Vacation Vacation 94.12% Center/ Pre- (No School for (No 10,548 (No 9,928 (No 620 School) School) School) School) children 3-5 years old 6-14 years old Attendance in Vacation Vacation Vacation Primary & Vacation (No 89,568 (No 83,446 (No 6,122 93.16% Secondary for (No Children 6-14 School) School) School) School) years old Health 0-5 years old Check-up/ immunization for Pregnant 32,725 32,725 30,963 30,975 1,789 1,750 94.53% 94.65% and Children 0- 5 years old Deworming Health (deworming) for Children 6- 10, 651 10,280 371 96.52% 14 years old in Elementary Level Family Development Session Grantee Attendance 54,398 54,398 50,267 50,504 4,131 3,894 92.41% 92.84% to FDS by ParentsCurrent Allotment Received and Cash Grants Disbursed TYPE OF EXPENSE FINANCIAL TARGET ACTUAL % ACCOMP. PS & MOOE 40,399,163.13 29,125,267.58 72.09% CASH GRANT 168,174,500.00 161,653,600.00 96.12% TOTAL 208,573,663.13 190,778,867.58 91.47% 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012
  • 4. YEAR TYPE FUNDED PAID GRANTS 35,473,400.00 35,433,500.00 MOOE & CAPITAL 2008 OUTLAY 7,177,853.50 4,835,897.80 GRANTS 70,942,700.00 59,319,700.00 MOOE & CAPITAL 2009 OUTLAY 8,421,695.70 5,931,694.46 GRANTS 145,288,300.00 142,464,100.00 MOOE & CAPITAL 2010 OUTLAY 19,729,271.00 17,959,128.76 GRANTS 230,071,900.00 209,305,800.00 MOOE & CAPITAL 2011 OUTLAY 44,928,543.80 40,141,723.48 GRANTS 168,174,500.00 161,653,600.00 MOOE & CAPITAL 2012 OUTLAY 40,399,163.13 29,125,267.58Project Duration: Start: 2008 End: 2017 PROJECT PROGRESSFor CY 2012 Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-Jun Jul-Aug Sep-Oct Nov-DecTarget 16.67% 16.67% 16.67% 16.67 16.67 16.67Actual 15.94% 15.58% 15.57%Slippage (0.73%) (1.09%) (1.1%)Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start ofproject) Target 50.01% Actual 47.09% Slippage (2.92%) Issues and Concerns Action Taken and RecommendationREGISTRATION AND VALIDATIONUpon validation of data generated from the By the second quarter, 25649 householdsystem, it was found out that there are beneficiaries have been registered to34,112 potential beneficiaries for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program outregistration in the system; however, only of the target 34, 112 households. 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012
  • 5. 30,330 out of the 34,112 were provided by With the mandates from Secretarythe NPMO with validation form and LBP Soliman, the remaining 8,463 are beingregistration form. validated and are targeted to be registered by August 10, 2012.COMPLIANCE VERIFICATION RESULTThe NPMO does not provide the list of Massive retro-active payment has beencompliant and non-compliant beneficiaries. initiated by the regional office for non- compliant beneficiaries who have been validated fall in the category of un-updated in school and health facility but have been compliant to the program conditions for the 1st and 2nd period.BENEFICIARY UPDATE SYSTEMThe NPMO has not yet provided the Entry This is already available in the BUSID in the BUS turnout despite request from turnout.the BDMD.LIBRARY MANAGEMENTDuring the cleaning of Library, once all of As of 2nd quarter, caution has beenthe contents of a school/health center exercised in the cleaning of the Pantawidhave been transferred, the previous school library of facilities. The deleting of facilitiesshould be automatically disabled, in order has been temporarily ceased. Instead, thefor encoders not to use that school. beneficiaries are being transferred to their correct facility of enrollment.Remarks:Agency Contact Person: DIR. LEONARDO C. REYNOSO Regional Director, DSWD-CAR No. 40 North Drive 2600 Baguio City 442-7917 F IRENE O. BUGAY Regional Project Coordinator ISABEL SY NILLAS Deputy Program Coordinator MARIANNE M. LIAGON PDO II (M&E)-MOA 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012
  • 6. 4Ps in CAR DSWD-CAR initiates software development for CCT The new programs developed by DSWD-CAR are expected to improve the conduct of community assemblies such as the one shown in this photo. The Department of Social Welfare and Development through its regional officein the Cordillera has initiated developments in information technology that areexpected to improve the implementation of the Pantawid Pamilya program. With the expansion of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), DSWD-CARpersonnel created applications that aim to store and utilize information for easiercontrol, access, safekeeping, and transfer of data for Pantawid Pamilya partnerbeneficiaries. The Pantawid Pamilya, which currently benefits some 54, 376 households inthe region, relies heavily on data management within its entire program cycle. Theneed to maintain and to regularly update data storage is critical in its operation. 2nd Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012