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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region XIII Division of Surigao del Sur Tagbina DisTricT i Tagbina DisTriT ii clusTer Vii seconDary school
  • 2. NAME OF PROJECT Gulayan sa Paaralan Project [GPP] MUNICIPALITY Tagbina PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY Department of Education [DepEd] (In cooperation with other concern government agencies.) OBJECTIVES To improve and increase vegetable production and consumption by teaching the learners the methods of sustainable production of food which are applicable to their homes and important for household security. It also aims to establish school gardens to serve as main source of food to sustain supplementary feeding. It also showcase small-scale production models in schools to be replicated in the household. TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS School Garden, Gardening Tools, Data /Records on Health & Nutritional Status of the Learners LOCATION OF PROJECTS [Identify barangays and/or sitios In ALL barangays and sitios within the municipality of Tagbina. TARGET BENEFICIARIES [Indicate number of sector if applicable Tagbina I District - 24 Public Elementary Schools Tagbina II - 15 Public Elementary Schools Cluster VII Secondary School – 7 Public Secondary Schools BUDGET Requested from National Government LGU Counterpart TOTAL Php. 391,000.00 69,000.00 Php. 460,000.00
  • 3. As we all know, most of the learners in any places of our country belong to poor families and have greater possibility of dropping out in their basic education just because of hunger and malnutrition in school and besides, by helping their parents to earn a living. Furthermore, the health and nutrition of these learners are crucial factor affecting their academic performance. Hence, our government must do something in order to address this immortal educational issue once and for all. For this reason, let us educate the learners the methods of sustainable production of food such as vegetable production and consumption which are applicable to their homes and important for household security. Furthermore, this will also teach them with the following;  improving nutritional status  learning where food comes from  promoting beautification  watershed education  producing food  stimulating creativity  encouraging leadership & service  changing family home food habits As a matter of fact, these livelihood skills that the learners will acquire from the school can also be applied and replicated in their respective households. Thus, by making foods more accessible to all schools that will certainly improve the health and nutritional status of the learners through this sustainable School Feeding Program, our government can better ensure their success.
  • 4. One of the thrusts of the Department of Education [DepEd] is to strengthen and intensify the implementation of the Gulayan sa Paaralan Project [GPP] in all public elementary and secondary schools to serve as food basket and have a ready source of vegetables for the schools' supplementary feeding program. According to the report of the Nutrition and Health Council, hunger and malnutrition are two main problems that really affect 19% or 3, 268, 000 families out of the 17, 400, 000 families / households in the country due to lack of food to eat or money to buy food. Meanwhile, our government is now strengthening the implementation of school – community food production under this program which shall be tied up with other concern agencies that seeks to; a. raise the level of public consciousness on the health and nutritional dimensions as well as economic benefits of establishing school, households and community garden. b. establish school gardens to serve as the food basket / main source to sustain supplementary feeding. c. intensify the production and consumption of vegetables and fruits. d. showcase small-scale food production models in schools for the household/community to replicate purposely to promote family and food security. e. Inculcate among the school learners the values of good health and nutrition, industry, love of labor and caring for others. The Gulayan sa Paaralan Project shall be implemented in all public elementary and secondary schools with ample and limited areas within the municipality of Tagbina using the organic gardening technologies like bio-intensive gardening. The said schools will be provided with gardening tools and vegetable seedlings. In line with this program, a GPP Task Force or Committee will be the one to conduct the advocacy, orientation, and distributions of materials, monitoring and evaluation. There must be a seminar – workshop that will be conducted prior to the distribution of gardening tools and vegetables seedlings to ensure that everything is in accordance with the scope of this program and above all, for effective implementation.
  • 5. The school administrators / school heads of both elementary and secondary public schools within the municipality of Tagbina, including their respective teachers, School PTA Officers and Members, School Governing Council Members, Barangay Council Members or Sitio Officials as part of their moral obligation must spearhead in the implementation of this program, Gulayan sa Paaralan Project [GPP]. The source of funds of this program must come from the National Government (85%) and Local Government (15%) as part of the Poverty and Hunger Alleviation Program of the government. Finally, it is expected that the school administrators involved in this program must submit a quarterly narrative reports for this program to the GPP Task Force and to their respective schools district or cluster nurses which eventually, be forwarded also to the Office of the DepEd - Secretary Attn: Health and Nutrition Center, DepEd Complex, Pasig City.
  • 6. “EFA 2015: Karapatan ng Lahat, Pananagutan ng Lahat!” BUDGET ITEM MOOE [From the LGU] CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL BUDGET GARDENING TOOLS AND P 10,000.00 P 460,000.00 VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS IN EVERY SCHOOLS BOTH ELEM. AND SEC. PREPARED BY: REVIEWED AND SUBMITTED BY: SGD. KIRK ANDREW B. ABELLANOSA SGD. DANTE A. COMPARATIVO GPP Member GPP CHAIRMAN / COORDINATOR Noted by: SGD. ALBERTO Y. DOLIENTE SGD. WILMA A. PREMARION SGD. MARCELA M. ORTEGA Schools District Supervisor ESP – II / Schools District In-Charge ESP – III / Cluster Head Tagbina I District Tagbina II District Cluster VII Secondary Schools Recommended by: Approved:
  • 7. “EFA 2015: Karapatan ng Lahat, Pananagutan ng Lahat!” BUDGET ITEM MOOE [From the LGU] CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL BUDGET GARDENING TOOLS AND P 10,000.00 P 460,000.00 VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS IN EVERY SCHOOLS BOTH ELEM. AND SEC. PREPARED BY: REVIEWED AND SUBMITTED BY: SGD. KIRK ANDREW B. ABELLANOSA SGD. DANTE A. COMPARATIVO GPP Member GPP CHAIRMAN / COORDINATOR Noted by: SGD. ALBERTO Y. DOLIENTE SGD. WILMA A. PREMARION SGD. MARCELA M. ORTEGA Schools District Supervisor ESP – II / Schools District In-Charge ESP – III / Cluster Head Tagbina I District Tagbina II District Cluster VII Secondary Schools Recommended by: Approved: