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Philippine Population and
Development Program (PPDP)
Empowering People as the
Heart of Development
Thrust and Directions for 2022-2028
ANNEX A
COMMISSION ON POPULATION
AND DEVELOPMENT (POPCOM)
The mandated government agency
for the planning, coordination,
policy direction setting, and
monitoring of the national
population and family planning
policy
- Presidential Decree No. 79
OBJECTIVES OF POPULATION POLICY:
• Formulate and adopt coherent, integrated and
comprehensive long-term plans, programs and
recommendations on population as it relates to
economic and social development;
• Make comprehensive studies of demographic data
and expected demographic trends and propose
policies;
• Organize and implement programs that will
promote a broad understanding of the
interrelationship of family life, national welfare and
population dynamics;
OBJECTIVES OF POPULATION POLICY:
• Propose policies and programs that will guide and
regulate labor force participation, internal
migration and spatial distribution of population;
• To make and provide family planning a part of a
broad educational program and overall health care;
• To encourage all persons to adopt safe and
effective means of planning and realizing desired
family size
• To make available all acceptable methods of
contraception
OTHER MANDATES:
Presidential Decree No. 965, s. 1976
POPCOM to formulate the guidelines for its
implementation
Section 37 of the Urban Development and
Housing Act of 1992
POPCOM to provide technical assistance to local
government units in setting-up effective mechanisms to
monitor trends in the movement of the population
Provide advance planning information to national and
local government planners on population projections and
the consequent level of services
• Including early warning-systems on expected
dysfunctions in a particular urban area due to population
increases, decreases, or age structure changes
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
Source: PSA (2015 CPH)
19.2
27.1
36.7
48.1
60.7
92.3
101
109
2.9 3.0
2.7
2.3 76.5
2.3
1.9
1.7 1.6
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
1948 1960 2015 2020
1970 1980
Population size (in million)
1990 2000 2010
Average annualgrowthrate(in percent)
Filipinos continue to grow in
numbers (around 1.6M annually)
NCR CAR I II III IVA X XI XII XIII ARMM
IVB V VI VII VIII IX
2010 2015 2020
Source: PSA (2015 CPH)
In 2020, four out of ten (39%)
Filipinos were living in Metro
Manila, CALABARZON, and
Central Luzon
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
Source: PSA (2010 CPH)
Aged 65 and above comprises
4.7% of the total population
Aged 15-64 (working
age) comprises 63.4%
of the total
population
Aged 0-14 comprises
31.8% of the total
population
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
6
5.2 5.1
4.4 4.1 3.7 3.5 3.3 3 2.7
1973 1978 1983 1986 1993 1998 2003 2008 2013 2017
NDS RPFS NDS NDS NDS NDHS NDHS NDHS NDHS NDHS
• A Filipino woman is expected to have 3 children within
her childbearing years (15-49) – 2013 NDHS
• The TFR was reduced by 2 children in the earlier two
decades (1973-1993) and only 1 child in the recent two
decades (1993-2013)
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
Source: 2018 NDHS
3
2.3
2.8 2.8
3.2
2.8 2.7
3.7
4.1
3.8
3.2
3.5 3.5 3.5
2.9
3.2
3.6
4.2
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
• Filipino women have
one child more than
they intended
• They have actually
3 but wanted only
2 children
• Poor women
actually have 5
children but wanted
3 children only
Background
Characteristics
Total
Fertility
Rate
(children)
Total
Wanted
Fertility
Rate
Education
Noeducation 3.8 3.0
Elementary 4.6 3.1
Highschool 3.3 2.3
College 2.1 1.7
WealthQuintile
Lowest 5.2 3.3
Second 3.7 2.5
Middle 3.1 2.2
Fourth 2.4 1.9
Highest 1.7 1.4
Total 3.0 2.2
Source:2013 NDHS
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
• 62,500 adolescent
minors became very
young mothers in
2019
• 2,411 girls aged 10
to 14 years old gave
birth, or an average
of about seven giving
birth every day
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
45.3 54.7
51.2 48.8
2015
2010
Urban Rural
7,437 classified
as urban
barangays
Source:PSA, 2010 and2015 Census
More than half of
the population
(52M) were
living in urban
areas in 2015
4.1% annual
population
growth rate in
urban areas
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
• NCR (100%)
• Calabarzon (66.4%)
• Davao (63.5%)
• Central Luzon (61.6%)
• Soccsargen (51.6%)
Source:PSA, 2010 and2015 Census
EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
Improved quality of life and
increased share of each
Pilipino in the fruits of
socioeconomic progress and
through well-planned,
healthy, empowered and
resilient individuals, families
and communities
The PPDPGoal
THE PPDP OBJECTIVES
To contribute to the attainment of optimal
demographic dividend, equitable spatial
distribution and inclusive development of
marginalized segment of population at all levels
To enable couples and individuals to achieve
their fertility goals within the demands of
responsible parenthood towards the total
wellbeing and development of families
To prevent unintended pregnancies among
young adolescents and to protect them from
its negative consequences
KEY PPDP STRATEGIES
Population and Development
Integrated Strategies
Family Development
Strategies
Responsible Parenthood and
Family Planning (RPFP) Program
Adolescent Health and
Development (AHD) Program
RECENT POLICY
CONTEXT
• National Population and Family Planning
Program (inter-agency convergence initiative)
• RPRH Law and other relevant issuances (EO12 and
DILG Circulars)
• Executive Order No. 114 (Balik Probinsya, Bagong
Pag-asa Program)
• Executive Order No. 141 (Adolescent pregnancy as a
national priority)
• 2021 General Appropriations Act (Social protection for
adolescent mothers and their children)
• PPDP (Chapter 13) and 10+1 Point Agenda
POPULATION AND
DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATED
STRATEGIES (POPDEV)
Improved POPDEV
structures and
implementing
mechanisms
Improved policy and
program
environment for
POPDEV strategies
Improved institutional
capacities in setting and
utilizing demographic data
and information
Increased integration of population dimensions in development
initiatives
POPDEV Integrated
Strategies at the
Sectoral Level
POPDEV Approach to
Planning and Policy
Development
INTEGRATED STRATEGIES
Service
Delivery
Capacity
development
Policy
Development
Communication &
Promotion (SBCC/IEC)
Leadership and Governance
Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation
Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation
Improved quality of life through increased share of each Pilipino to
socioeconomic progress
Planning &
financing
People-centered
development
planning and policy
development
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR POPDEV INTEGRATED STRATEGIES
Localization
of POPDEV
strategies
Accelerating
Demographic
Dividend
Enactment of
comprehensive
National POPDEV Policy
Objectives
To contribute to the attainment of optimal demographic
dividend, equitable spatial distribution and inclusive
development of marginalized segment of population at
all levels
• To establish and efficiently use demographic data in development
planning and policy and program formulation, and resource
allocation at all sectors and levels
• To facilitate convergence of all sectoral actions in the attainment
of demographic dividend at the national, regional and city levels
• To efficiently manage internal migration or population movement
for more balanced regional or spatial development
• To promote enabling policy and program environment for more
inclusive development of marginalized and underserved segment
of population
Key Strategies
• National and Regional Level
• Inclusion of integrated POPDEV agenda in national,
sectoral and regional development strategies
• Enactment of more responsive and comprehensive
POPDEV policy
• Development and integration of Philippine
Population and Development Plan of Action (PPD-
POA) for the 2022-2028 in the Philippine
Development Plan (PDP), socioeconomic agenda
and Regional Development Plans/strategies
Key Strategies
• National and Regional Level
• Development and implementation of integrated
POPDEV approaches, tools and capacities in
relevant sectors to facilitate demographic dividend
• Human capital development strategies
(education, health, nutrition,
• Human capital utilization (employment)
• Environmental and ecological development
• Food security and agricultural productivity
• Poverty reduction and economic development
Key Strategies
• National and Regional Level
• Contribution to the design of national and regional
spatial strategy with emphasis on creating an
enabling policy on managing internal migration
• Development and utilization of effective tracking
and analytical tools on internal migration
• Conduct of POPDEV researches and dissemination of
knowledge products
• Enhancement of national and regional demographic
data and information systems (GIS-based info
systems, DSEIS, RBIM, DVTs)
• Enhance international partnership and collaboration
Key Strategies
• National and Regional Level
• Contribution to the design of national and regional
strategies in improving the capabilities of
marginalized and underserved sectors
• older persons
• persons with disabilities
• indigenous people
• persons deprived of liberty
• urban and rural poor
• workers in the informal economy
• people in GIDAs
Key Strategies
• Local Level
• Devolution of population development services
• Establishment and strengthening of local
POPDEV structures and programs/strategies
• Establishment and utilization of population
database for integrated POPDEV strategies and
programs
• Facilitating the attainment of provincial and city
demographic dividend
• Convergence of various sectors towards
demographic dividend
RESPONSIBLE
PARENTING AND
FAMILY PLANNING
(RPFP)
Family
Development
Strategies
Objectives
To enable couples and individuals to achieve their fertility
goals within the demands of responsible parenthood
towards the total wellbeing and development of families
• To reduce unplanned pregnancies
• To increase contraceptive prevalence rate
• To reduce unmet need for modern family planning
• To increase men’s participation in responsible
parenthood and family planning
• To improve availability and accessibility of family
planning information and services
Increased
use of
modern FP
Increased
participation
of men in
RPFP
Reduced incidence
of sexual abuse
and violence
Delayed
marriage/
union
Reduced incidence of unplanned pregnancies
SBCC for
RPFP
Access to FP and
other RH services
Protective measures against
sexual abuse/violence
Social & economic
development interventions
INTEGRATED STRATEGIES
Service
Delivery
Capacity
development
Policy
Development
Communication &
Promotion (SBCC/IEC)
Leadership and Governance
Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation
Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation
Empowered Filipino couples, individuals and families
Improved health Improved education, employment Increased participation in
and nutrition and economic conditions community development
Planning &
financing
Improved
shared decision
on FP between
couples
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR RPFP
Well-informed
couples and
individuals on
RPFP
Strategies
• Development and implementation of effective social
behavioral change communication strategies and
approaches (based on target audience) to support
local RPFP programs
• Capacity building of local program implementers
on SBCC for RPFP
• Development, production and dissemination of
SBCC materials
• Strengthen the Pre-Marriage Orientation and
Counseling (PMC) Program
• Assessment and evaluation of SBCC strategies
• Men’s involvement in RPFP
• Linking SBCC initiatives to service delivery
mechanisms (ISDN, referral systems)
• RPFP in the hospitals
• Promotion of PhilHealth benefit packages on
modern FP
• Building the capacity of LGUs in the planning and
implementation of the RPRH Law
• Institutionalize the provision of RPFP information and
services in the workplace both in the public and
private sectors
Strategies
• Build capacity of all service providers for the delivery
of quality FP services
• PFWC as a training center for FP services
• Provision of augmentation in delivery of modern
FP services especially in underserved areas
• Improve supply chain management for FP supplies
and commodities
• Augmentation in the procurement of FP supplies
for CSOs and 5th and 6th class municipalities
• Continuing SSTC with Indonesia and cooperation
with other countries
Strategies
ADOLESCENT
HEALTH AND
DEVELOPMENT
(AHD)
Family
Development
Strategies
Objectives
To prevent unintended pregnancies among young
adolescents and to protect them from its negative
consequences
• To reduce and prevent pregnancies among
adolescents especially among minors
• To prevent repeat and multiple pregnancies among
adolescent mothers
Increased use
of
contraceptives
Increased ASRH
service
utilization
Reduced non-
sexual risk
behaviors
Reduced
incidence of
sexual abuse
Delayed
sexual
activities
Comprehensive
Sexuality (RH)
Education
Access to RH
services (FP,
MNCAHN)
Protective measures
against sexual
abuse/violence
Social and economic
development
interventions
Youth
participation &
development
PREVENTIVE AND SOCIAL PROTECTIVE STRATEGIES
Service
Delivery
Capacity
development
Policy
Development
Communication &
Promotion (SBCC/IEC)
Leadership and Governance
Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation
Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation
Well-informed, empowered, healthy and responsible adolescents
Improved health Improved education, employment Increased youth participation
and nutrition and economic conditions in development
Planning &
financing
Increased participation
in community
development
Reduced incidence of pregnancies
among adolescents
Reduced incidence of repeat pregnancies
among adolescent mothers
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR THE PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY
• Implementation of Comprehensive Action Plan for
the Prevention of Adolescent Pregnancy
• Development and implementation of effective social
behavioral change communication strategies and
approaches (based on target audience) to support
local AHD programs
• Capacity building of local program implementers
on SBCC for AHD
• Development, production and dissemination of
SBCC materials
• Assessment and evaluation of SBCC strategies
Strategies
• Linking SBCC initiatives to service delivery
mechanisms (ISDN, referral systems)
• AHD in the hospitals
• The Challenge Initiative (TCI)
• Building the capacity of LGUs in the planning and
implementation of the RPRH Law
• Institutionalize the provision of RPFP information and
services in the workplace both in the public and
private sectors
Strategies
• Development and pilot implementation of Social
Protection Program for Adolescent Mothers and
their Children (SPPAMC)
Strategies
• Partnership for devolution and
institutionalization strategies - building
partnerships with and capacities of LGUs towards
optimized used of increased local budget due
• Optimal use of information technology – use of
online platforms to connect with and capacitate
institutions
• Promotion of evidence-based planning and program
development (database)
• Integration of gender and development dimensions
Cross-cutting Strategies
• Enhancing systems for the PPDP:
• Leadership and governance at all levels;
• Efficient information and knowledge management
system
• Monitoring and evaluation
• Competent human resource and efficient
implementing structures
• Financing and budget tracking
Cross-cutting Strategies
• Development of PPMP communication strategic
plan (Advocacy, IEC, SBCC and SocialMob) for 2021-
2025
• Creation and mobilization of a POPDEV
Academy
• Optimizing online platforms
• SocMed Campaigns and Helplines
• E-learning for SHAPE, Pre-Marriage
Orientation
• Usap Tayo with Dr. Jeepy (population issue-
based discussions)
Communication Strategies
• Creation and mobilization of a POPDEV Academy
• Portal for IEC materials and other toolkits for
communication development strategies
• Localization of PPMP communication strategies
• Supporting LGUs with skills and toolkits
• Strengthening evidence-based communication
strategies through efficient M&E system
• Rewards and incentives mechanisms for LGUs
(Kaunlarang Pantao Award)
Communication Strategies
• RPFP
• Development of electronic application and other
job aids for community-based population
workers
• KATROPA Movement
• Katuwang Mo sa Pagpaplano ng Pamilya
(KaPamilya) – mobilization of satisfied users
• Supporting community-based workers with job
aids and toolkits
Communication Strategies
• AHD
• “I CHOOSE” campaign
• Online Peer Education/Ambassadors – saturating
personal socmed accounts, group chat rooms,
etc.
• Strengthening the capacity of parents to guide
their children (Konektado Tayo! Parent-Teen Talk)
• Development of communication strategies from
adolescents who are minors
Communication Strategies
• AHD
• Communication strategies for adolescent
mothers and fathers (SPPAMC – 2021 GAA)
• Job aids for teachers and parents
• Social mobilization of informal organizations
(e.g. boarding house owners)
Communication Strategies
• POPDEV Integration
• SBCC for POPDEV issues (e.g. demographic
dividend)
• Lesson plans/learning modules for teachers on
population and development
• Job aid for teachers
Communication Strategies
• Strengthening capacity of POPCOM as
authoritative technical resource for
population and development tools,
expertise, materials and other inputs
• Organizational development (rationalizing
staff complement)
• Continuing training and capacity building
among staff
• Ensuring the wellness and wellbeing of
the staff
Organizational Thrusts
• Establishment/enhancement of competency-based
human resource management systems
• Recruitment and selection; performance
measurement; rewards and incentives; learning
and development
• Continual improvement of our Quality Management
System (QMS) – ISO recertification
• Continuing improvement of office facilities (i.e.
enhancement of connectivity; pathway;
modularization)
• Installation and implementation of health
standards and protocols
Organizational Thrusts
ROADMAP for PPDP in 2022
Jan Fed Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Development
ofCapDev
Tools
Retooling andCapDevof CO
andRegional Offices
Retooling andCapDevof Regional
partnersandlocalPOPDEVoffices
Finalization of
PPD-POA
Developmentof the
Comprehensive POPDEVBill
Planningfor local POPDEVstrategies and
programsfor 2023
Assessment&
development of
Regional PPD-POA
Finalization of RPPD-POA Finalization of RPPD-POA
Devolution initiatives (advocacy, planningand programdevelopment)
National andnationaladvocacyfor POPDEV
Implementation of competencyframework in HRMsystems
Empowering
Filipino Families
and Communities
COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND
DEVELOPMENT
Tel. No.: (02) 531-6805
Fax: (02) 533-5122
Facebook: Commission on Population and Development
Email: mainmail@popcom.gov.ph
Website: www.popcom.gov.ph

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  • 1. Philippine Population and Development Program (PPDP) Empowering People as the Heart of Development Thrust and Directions for 2022-2028 ANNEX A
  • 2. COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT (POPCOM) The mandated government agency for the planning, coordination, policy direction setting, and monitoring of the national population and family planning policy - Presidential Decree No. 79
  • 3. OBJECTIVES OF POPULATION POLICY: • Formulate and adopt coherent, integrated and comprehensive long-term plans, programs and recommendations on population as it relates to economic and social development; • Make comprehensive studies of demographic data and expected demographic trends and propose policies; • Organize and implement programs that will promote a broad understanding of the interrelationship of family life, national welfare and population dynamics;
  • 4. OBJECTIVES OF POPULATION POLICY: • Propose policies and programs that will guide and regulate labor force participation, internal migration and spatial distribution of population; • To make and provide family planning a part of a broad educational program and overall health care; • To encourage all persons to adopt safe and effective means of planning and realizing desired family size • To make available all acceptable methods of contraception
  • 5. OTHER MANDATES: Presidential Decree No. 965, s. 1976 POPCOM to formulate the guidelines for its implementation Section 37 of the Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992 POPCOM to provide technical assistance to local government units in setting-up effective mechanisms to monitor trends in the movement of the population Provide advance planning information to national and local government planners on population projections and the consequent level of services • Including early warning-systems on expected dysfunctions in a particular urban area due to population increases, decreases, or age structure changes
  • 6. EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS Source: PSA (2015 CPH) 19.2 27.1 36.7 48.1 60.7 92.3 101 109 2.9 3.0 2.7 2.3 76.5 2.3 1.9 1.7 1.6 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 1948 1960 2015 2020 1970 1980 Population size (in million) 1990 2000 2010 Average annualgrowthrate(in percent) Filipinos continue to grow in numbers (around 1.6M annually)
  • 7. NCR CAR I II III IVA X XI XII XIII ARMM IVB V VI VII VIII IX 2010 2015 2020 Source: PSA (2015 CPH) In 2020, four out of ten (39%) Filipinos were living in Metro Manila, CALABARZON, and Central Luzon EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 8. Source: PSA (2010 CPH) Aged 65 and above comprises 4.7% of the total population Aged 15-64 (working age) comprises 63.4% of the total population Aged 0-14 comprises 31.8% of the total population EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 9. 6 5.2 5.1 4.4 4.1 3.7 3.5 3.3 3 2.7 1973 1978 1983 1986 1993 1998 2003 2008 2013 2017 NDS RPFS NDS NDS NDS NDHS NDHS NDHS NDHS NDHS • A Filipino woman is expected to have 3 children within her childbearing years (15-49) – 2013 NDHS • The TFR was reduced by 2 children in the earlier two decades (1973-1993) and only 1 child in the recent two decades (1993-2013) EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 10. Source: 2018 NDHS 3 2.3 2.8 2.8 3.2 2.8 2.7 3.7 4.1 3.8 3.2 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.9 3.2 3.6 4.2 EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 11. • Filipino women have one child more than they intended • They have actually 3 but wanted only 2 children • Poor women actually have 5 children but wanted 3 children only Background Characteristics Total Fertility Rate (children) Total Wanted Fertility Rate Education Noeducation 3.8 3.0 Elementary 4.6 3.1 Highschool 3.3 2.3 College 2.1 1.7 WealthQuintile Lowest 5.2 3.3 Second 3.7 2.5 Middle 3.1 2.2 Fourth 2.4 1.9 Highest 1.7 1.4 Total 3.0 2.2 Source:2013 NDHS EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 12. • 62,500 adolescent minors became very young mothers in 2019 • 2,411 girls aged 10 to 14 years old gave birth, or an average of about seven giving birth every day EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 13. 45.3 54.7 51.2 48.8 2015 2010 Urban Rural 7,437 classified as urban barangays Source:PSA, 2010 and2015 Census More than half of the population (52M) were living in urban areas in 2015 4.1% annual population growth rate in urban areas EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 14. • NCR (100%) • Calabarzon (66.4%) • Davao (63.5%) • Central Luzon (61.6%) • Soccsargen (51.6%) Source:PSA, 2010 and2015 Census EMERGING POPDEV TRENDS
  • 15. Improved quality of life and increased share of each Pilipino in the fruits of socioeconomic progress and through well-planned, healthy, empowered and resilient individuals, families and communities The PPDPGoal
  • 16. THE PPDP OBJECTIVES To contribute to the attainment of optimal demographic dividend, equitable spatial distribution and inclusive development of marginalized segment of population at all levels To enable couples and individuals to achieve their fertility goals within the demands of responsible parenthood towards the total wellbeing and development of families To prevent unintended pregnancies among young adolescents and to protect them from its negative consequences
  • 17. KEY PPDP STRATEGIES Population and Development Integrated Strategies Family Development Strategies Responsible Parenthood and Family Planning (RPFP) Program Adolescent Health and Development (AHD) Program
  • 18. RECENT POLICY CONTEXT • National Population and Family Planning Program (inter-agency convergence initiative) • RPRH Law and other relevant issuances (EO12 and DILG Circulars) • Executive Order No. 114 (Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pag-asa Program) • Executive Order No. 141 (Adolescent pregnancy as a national priority) • 2021 General Appropriations Act (Social protection for adolescent mothers and their children) • PPDP (Chapter 13) and 10+1 Point Agenda
  • 20. Improved POPDEV structures and implementing mechanisms Improved policy and program environment for POPDEV strategies Improved institutional capacities in setting and utilizing demographic data and information Increased integration of population dimensions in development initiatives POPDEV Integrated Strategies at the Sectoral Level POPDEV Approach to Planning and Policy Development INTEGRATED STRATEGIES Service Delivery Capacity development Policy Development Communication & Promotion (SBCC/IEC) Leadership and Governance Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation Improved quality of life through increased share of each Pilipino to socioeconomic progress Planning & financing People-centered development planning and policy development STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR POPDEV INTEGRATED STRATEGIES Localization of POPDEV strategies Accelerating Demographic Dividend Enactment of comprehensive National POPDEV Policy
  • 21. Objectives To contribute to the attainment of optimal demographic dividend, equitable spatial distribution and inclusive development of marginalized segment of population at all levels • To establish and efficiently use demographic data in development planning and policy and program formulation, and resource allocation at all sectors and levels • To facilitate convergence of all sectoral actions in the attainment of demographic dividend at the national, regional and city levels • To efficiently manage internal migration or population movement for more balanced regional or spatial development • To promote enabling policy and program environment for more inclusive development of marginalized and underserved segment of population
  • 22. Key Strategies • National and Regional Level • Inclusion of integrated POPDEV agenda in national, sectoral and regional development strategies • Enactment of more responsive and comprehensive POPDEV policy • Development and integration of Philippine Population and Development Plan of Action (PPD- POA) for the 2022-2028 in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP), socioeconomic agenda and Regional Development Plans/strategies
  • 23. Key Strategies • National and Regional Level • Development and implementation of integrated POPDEV approaches, tools and capacities in relevant sectors to facilitate demographic dividend • Human capital development strategies (education, health, nutrition, • Human capital utilization (employment) • Environmental and ecological development • Food security and agricultural productivity • Poverty reduction and economic development
  • 24. Key Strategies • National and Regional Level • Contribution to the design of national and regional spatial strategy with emphasis on creating an enabling policy on managing internal migration • Development and utilization of effective tracking and analytical tools on internal migration • Conduct of POPDEV researches and dissemination of knowledge products • Enhancement of national and regional demographic data and information systems (GIS-based info systems, DSEIS, RBIM, DVTs) • Enhance international partnership and collaboration
  • 25. Key Strategies • National and Regional Level • Contribution to the design of national and regional strategies in improving the capabilities of marginalized and underserved sectors • older persons • persons with disabilities • indigenous people • persons deprived of liberty • urban and rural poor • workers in the informal economy • people in GIDAs
  • 26. Key Strategies • Local Level • Devolution of population development services • Establishment and strengthening of local POPDEV structures and programs/strategies • Establishment and utilization of population database for integrated POPDEV strategies and programs • Facilitating the attainment of provincial and city demographic dividend • Convergence of various sectors towards demographic dividend
  • 28. Objectives To enable couples and individuals to achieve their fertility goals within the demands of responsible parenthood towards the total wellbeing and development of families • To reduce unplanned pregnancies • To increase contraceptive prevalence rate • To reduce unmet need for modern family planning • To increase men’s participation in responsible parenthood and family planning • To improve availability and accessibility of family planning information and services
  • 29. Increased use of modern FP Increased participation of men in RPFP Reduced incidence of sexual abuse and violence Delayed marriage/ union Reduced incidence of unplanned pregnancies SBCC for RPFP Access to FP and other RH services Protective measures against sexual abuse/violence Social & economic development interventions INTEGRATED STRATEGIES Service Delivery Capacity development Policy Development Communication & Promotion (SBCC/IEC) Leadership and Governance Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation Empowered Filipino couples, individuals and families Improved health Improved education, employment Increased participation in and nutrition and economic conditions community development Planning & financing Improved shared decision on FP between couples STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR RPFP Well-informed couples and individuals on RPFP
  • 30. Strategies • Development and implementation of effective social behavioral change communication strategies and approaches (based on target audience) to support local RPFP programs • Capacity building of local program implementers on SBCC for RPFP • Development, production and dissemination of SBCC materials • Strengthen the Pre-Marriage Orientation and Counseling (PMC) Program • Assessment and evaluation of SBCC strategies • Men’s involvement in RPFP
  • 31. • Linking SBCC initiatives to service delivery mechanisms (ISDN, referral systems) • RPFP in the hospitals • Promotion of PhilHealth benefit packages on modern FP • Building the capacity of LGUs in the planning and implementation of the RPRH Law • Institutionalize the provision of RPFP information and services in the workplace both in the public and private sectors Strategies
  • 32. • Build capacity of all service providers for the delivery of quality FP services • PFWC as a training center for FP services • Provision of augmentation in delivery of modern FP services especially in underserved areas • Improve supply chain management for FP supplies and commodities • Augmentation in the procurement of FP supplies for CSOs and 5th and 6th class municipalities • Continuing SSTC with Indonesia and cooperation with other countries Strategies
  • 34. Objectives To prevent unintended pregnancies among young adolescents and to protect them from its negative consequences • To reduce and prevent pregnancies among adolescents especially among minors • To prevent repeat and multiple pregnancies among adolescent mothers
  • 35. Increased use of contraceptives Increased ASRH service utilization Reduced non- sexual risk behaviors Reduced incidence of sexual abuse Delayed sexual activities Comprehensive Sexuality (RH) Education Access to RH services (FP, MNCAHN) Protective measures against sexual abuse/violence Social and economic development interventions Youth participation & development PREVENTIVE AND SOCIAL PROTECTIVE STRATEGIES Service Delivery Capacity development Policy Development Communication & Promotion (SBCC/IEC) Leadership and Governance Data, Information & Knowledge Management/ Monitoring and Evaluation Stakeholders and Community Support and Participation Well-informed, empowered, healthy and responsible adolescents Improved health Improved education, employment Increased youth participation and nutrition and economic conditions in development Planning & financing Increased participation in community development Reduced incidence of pregnancies among adolescents Reduced incidence of repeat pregnancies among adolescent mothers STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR THE PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY
  • 36. • Implementation of Comprehensive Action Plan for the Prevention of Adolescent Pregnancy • Development and implementation of effective social behavioral change communication strategies and approaches (based on target audience) to support local AHD programs • Capacity building of local program implementers on SBCC for AHD • Development, production and dissemination of SBCC materials • Assessment and evaluation of SBCC strategies Strategies
  • 37. • Linking SBCC initiatives to service delivery mechanisms (ISDN, referral systems) • AHD in the hospitals • The Challenge Initiative (TCI) • Building the capacity of LGUs in the planning and implementation of the RPRH Law • Institutionalize the provision of RPFP information and services in the workplace both in the public and private sectors Strategies
  • 38. • Development and pilot implementation of Social Protection Program for Adolescent Mothers and their Children (SPPAMC) Strategies
  • 39. • Partnership for devolution and institutionalization strategies - building partnerships with and capacities of LGUs towards optimized used of increased local budget due • Optimal use of information technology – use of online platforms to connect with and capacitate institutions • Promotion of evidence-based planning and program development (database) • Integration of gender and development dimensions Cross-cutting Strategies
  • 40. • Enhancing systems for the PPDP: • Leadership and governance at all levels; • Efficient information and knowledge management system • Monitoring and evaluation • Competent human resource and efficient implementing structures • Financing and budget tracking Cross-cutting Strategies
  • 41. • Development of PPMP communication strategic plan (Advocacy, IEC, SBCC and SocialMob) for 2021- 2025 • Creation and mobilization of a POPDEV Academy • Optimizing online platforms • SocMed Campaigns and Helplines • E-learning for SHAPE, Pre-Marriage Orientation • Usap Tayo with Dr. Jeepy (population issue- based discussions) Communication Strategies
  • 42. • Creation and mobilization of a POPDEV Academy • Portal for IEC materials and other toolkits for communication development strategies • Localization of PPMP communication strategies • Supporting LGUs with skills and toolkits • Strengthening evidence-based communication strategies through efficient M&E system • Rewards and incentives mechanisms for LGUs (Kaunlarang Pantao Award) Communication Strategies
  • 43. • RPFP • Development of electronic application and other job aids for community-based population workers • KATROPA Movement • Katuwang Mo sa Pagpaplano ng Pamilya (KaPamilya) – mobilization of satisfied users • Supporting community-based workers with job aids and toolkits Communication Strategies
  • 44. • AHD • “I CHOOSE” campaign • Online Peer Education/Ambassadors – saturating personal socmed accounts, group chat rooms, etc. • Strengthening the capacity of parents to guide their children (Konektado Tayo! Parent-Teen Talk) • Development of communication strategies from adolescents who are minors Communication Strategies
  • 45. • AHD • Communication strategies for adolescent mothers and fathers (SPPAMC – 2021 GAA) • Job aids for teachers and parents • Social mobilization of informal organizations (e.g. boarding house owners) Communication Strategies
  • 46. • POPDEV Integration • SBCC for POPDEV issues (e.g. demographic dividend) • Lesson plans/learning modules for teachers on population and development • Job aid for teachers Communication Strategies
  • 47. • Strengthening capacity of POPCOM as authoritative technical resource for population and development tools, expertise, materials and other inputs • Organizational development (rationalizing staff complement) • Continuing training and capacity building among staff • Ensuring the wellness and wellbeing of the staff Organizational Thrusts
  • 48. • Establishment/enhancement of competency-based human resource management systems • Recruitment and selection; performance measurement; rewards and incentives; learning and development • Continual improvement of our Quality Management System (QMS) – ISO recertification • Continuing improvement of office facilities (i.e. enhancement of connectivity; pathway; modularization) • Installation and implementation of health standards and protocols Organizational Thrusts
  • 49. ROADMAP for PPDP in 2022 Jan Fed Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Development ofCapDev Tools Retooling andCapDevof CO andRegional Offices Retooling andCapDevof Regional partnersandlocalPOPDEVoffices Finalization of PPD-POA Developmentof the Comprehensive POPDEVBill Planningfor local POPDEVstrategies and programsfor 2023 Assessment& development of Regional PPD-POA Finalization of RPPD-POA Finalization of RPPD-POA Devolution initiatives (advocacy, planningand programdevelopment) National andnationaladvocacyfor POPDEV Implementation of competencyframework in HRMsystems
  • 50. Empowering Filipino Families and Communities COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT Tel. No.: (02) 531-6805 Fax: (02) 533-5122 Facebook: Commission on Population and Development Email: mainmail@popcom.gov.ph Website: www.popcom.gov.ph