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Progress Report

As of 31 March 2016

PAMANA Progress Report

2016

Introduction
In line with the goal of enabling communities affected by and vulnerable to armed conflict to return to peaceful
conditions where they can achieve their desired quality of life, the Government is adopting a two-pronged
approach: (1) Track 1, which aims to achieve negotiated political settlement of all internal armed conflicts, and,
(2) Track 2, the Complementary Track, which seeks to address the causes and impacts of all internal armed
conflicts and other issues that affect the peace process through security, justice and development interventions
focused on conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable areas. The Complementary Track is primarily pursued
through the PAyapa at MAsaganang PamanayaNAn (PAMANA) which is the national governments
convergence framework and program for peacebuilding and development in areas affected by and vulnerable to
conflict.
PAMANA, as embodied in the Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016, was launched in 2011. PAMANA aims
to achieve the following objectives: (1) Improve socio-economic conditions in areas affected by and vulnerable
to armed conflict through infrastructure development and focused delivery of goods and services; (2) Improve
governance by enhancing institutional capacities of national government agencies and local government units
to pursue peace and development in conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable areas through capacitation on
conflict-sensitive and peace-promoting approaches and enhancement of transparency and accountability
mechanisms; and, (3) Empower communities and strengthen their capacities to address issues of conflict and
peace through activities that promote social cohesion.

PAMANA as a Complementary Track


PAMANA complements the different peace tables:
1.

GPH-Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). PAMANA, although is not implemented in direct support to
the MILF peace process, seeks to contribute to this particular peace table by building the capacities of local
governments in Bangsamoro areas to deliver development programs and basic services.

2.

GPH-Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). PAMANA was undertaken as a separate initiative of the
Aquino Administration to assist communities with MNLF presence. These communities continue to
experience underdevelopment even after the implementation of the development component of the 1996
Final Peace Agreement between the Government and the MNLF. Priority is given to Peace and
Development Communities or PDCs (transformed MNLF guerilla bases and positions) which have a higher
level of social preparedness. PAMANA provides social protection services on health and education for
MNLF members and their families as well as livelihood support and access and production infrastructure to
help improve economic development.

3.

GPH-Communist Party of the Philippines/New Peoples Army/National Democratic Front


(CPP/NPA/NDF). PAMANA in CPP-NPA-NDF (CNN) affected areas are meant to ensure that
communities benefit from peace dividends despite the stalled Peace Talks. PAMANA Projects bring
development interventions that aim to improve the quality of life of communities, as well as improvement
in governance to ensure that local government units (LGU) pay attention to conflict triggers and strengthen
peace promoting interventions.

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4.

GPH-Cordillera Bodong Administration/Cordillera Peoples Liberation Army (CBA/CPLA). PAMANA


contributed to the transformation process of the CPLA from an armed group to an unarmed socioeconomic entity, the Cordillera Forum for Peace and Development (CFPD) through socio-economic
development interventions. On the ground, the transformation is represented by peoples
organizations/livelihood associations of former CPLA members. These organizations are also open to the
participation and membership of non-CPLA members within their communities. PAMANA highlighted
the governments dedication to fulfill its commitments in line with the 2011 Closure Agreement with the
CBA-CPLA.

5.

GPH- Rebolusyonaryong Partidong Manggagawang Pilipinas/Revolutionary Proletarian Army/Alex


Boncayao Brigade-Tabara Paduano Group (RPM-P/RPA/ABB-TPG). PAMANA will support
implementation and completion of the Closure Agreement with the RPM-P/RPA/ABB-TPG and assist in
the institutional transformation of this group into an unarmed political and socio-economic organization
that promotes the welfare of members and host communities.

PAMANA Program Accomplishments


The following is the status of PAMANA implementation as of 31 March 2016 with inputs from the PAMANA
partner implementing agencies, namely: Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Department of Agriculture
(DA), DA-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR),
Department of Interior and Local Government (i.e., OPDS, BLGD, BLGS, NBOO), Department of Energy
(DOE), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Public Works and
Highways (DPWH), Department of Social Welfare and Development (i.e., PAMANA-KC, PSB, SLP), National
Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP), National Irrigation Administration (NIA), National Electrification
Administration (NEA), National Irrigation Administration (NIA), Philippine Health Insurance Corporation
(PhilHealth) and the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
Pillar 1: Building Foundations for Peace
Pillar 1 refers to macro-level policy reform interventions that support the establishment of the foundations of
peace building including governance and convergence interventions, social protection for former combatants
and their next-of-kin, and support for indigenous peoples and other marginalized sectors and capacity building
of local governments.
Pillar 1 interventions are being implemented by implementing partner agencies, to wit: CHED, PhilHealth,
DILG (i.e., BLGD, BLGS, NBOO) and NCIP.

Social Protection Packages for Former Combatants and/or Next-of Kin


1.

CHED

For AY 2015-2016, the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) has endorsed a total of
428 (85.60%) grant applications out of the 500 target grant applications to the CHED-Office of Student
Development and Services. Of which, 415 grant applications were recommended for funding while 13 grant
applications were held in abeyance pending submission of corrected data. Table 1 shows a summary breakdown
of endorsed grant applications in support of the peace tables as of 31 March 2016:

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Table 1. PAMANA-CHED Study Grant Program by Peace Table (1st Quarter 2016)
Affiliation

Beneficiaries
AY 2013-2014

CPLA
RPA
CNN
MNLF
Total

Submitted
Applications
AY 2015-2016
27
1461
5
250
428

Beneficiaries
AY 2014-2015
43
7
150
200

186
186

The PAMANA Study Grant Program has been ongoing since AY 2013-2014. A total of 1,260 (84%) slots have
been funded out of the 1,500 target slots as of 31 March 2016. Table 1A shows a summary of the overall status
of the Study Grant Program implementation as of 31 March 2016:
Table 1A. PAMANA-CHED Study Grant Program by Academic Year (1st Quarter 2015)
Academic Year
AY 2013-2014
AY 2014-2015
AY 2015-2016
Total

2.

Original Allocation
Target
Actual
Beneficiaries
Beneficiaries/
Slots Funded
200
186
200
200
500
415
900
801
89.00%

Balance

14
0
85

Continuing Allocation
Target
Actual
Beneficiaries
Beneficiaries/
Slots Funded
200
400
600

200
2592
459
76.50%

Total
Target
Actual
Beneficiaries
Beneficiaries/
Slots Funded
200
186
400
400
900
674
1,500
1,260
84.00%

PHILHEALTH

Of the 22,319 target slots for FY 2016, a total of 11,637 (52.14%) beneficiaries were granted with renewed
membership under the PAMANA-PhilHealth Health Insurance Program. A total of 10,682 (47.86%) target slots
for FY 2016 are still available as of the reporting period.
Table 2. PAMANA-PhilHealth Health Insurance Program for FY 2014 - FY 2015 (1st Quarter 2016)
Year

2013

2014

1
2

Affiliation
MNLF
CNN
CPLA
RPA
Total
MNLF
CNN
CPLA
RPA
Total
RPA (CPD)
RPA (TPG)
MNLF

Target
3,000
1,554
1,219
727
6,500
3,000
1,554
1,219
727
6,500
10,000
727
7,000

Endorsed
185
286
51
279
801
3,000
401
1,169
412
4,982
7,066
422
3,777

Actual Enrolled
169
145
43
197
554
1,372
287
611
345
2,615
6,220
3,797

RPA-TPG (46) and CPD (100)


Continuing grantees recommended by the CHED Regional Offices

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2015

2016

Affiliation
CPLA
CNN
Total
RPA (CPD)
RPA (TPG)
MNLF
CPLA
CNN

Target
1,374
800
19,901
10,000
521
10,000
898
900

Total

22,319

2016

Endorsed
1,239
933
13,437
6,279

Actual Enrolled
891
497
11,405
6,279

3,985
889
484
11,637
52.14%
10,682
47.86%

3,985
889
484
11,637
52.14%
Unallocated Slots

Capacity-Building for Local Government Institutions


3.

DILG

The DILG undertakes capacity-building initiatives for local government institutions. These initiatives are aimed
towards enhancing the capacities of LGUs on conflict-sensitivity and peacebuilding. As of 31 March 2016, the
following initiatives were pursued:
3.1 Bureau of Local Government Development (BLGD) on mainstreaming conflict-sensitivity, childfriendliness and gender-responsiveness in local development planning
3.1.1 Regional Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) Retooling. BLGD through the DILG Regional
Offices spearheaded CDP Retooling training activities in 11 regions covering approximately 134
LGUs in PAMANA areas over the period January-March 2016. The National CDP Retooling
participants served as resource persons and facilitators during these Regional CDP Retooling sessions
which aim to capacitate focal persons of LGUs in PAMANA areas and in turn enable them to provide
direct technical assistance in CDP preparation.
Region
Region IV-A
Region IV-B

No. of LGUs
4
3

Schedule
25-29 January 2016
1-5 February 2016

Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region VIII
Region X
Region XI

25
7
3
21
5
37

1st Quarter of 2016


15-19 February 2016
12-14 January 2016
April 2016
25-29 January 2016
1-5 February 2016

CAR
ARMM
Total

10
19
134

1st Quarter of 2016


14-18 March 2016

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3.1.2 First Consultation Workshop for the Finalization of Policy and Knowledge Products (Facilitators
Manual and Mainstreaming Guidebook). A series of consultation workshops were conducted in
September and October 2015 for the development of the Facilitators Manual and Mainstreaming
Guidebook. As a follow-through undertaking, a consultation workshop was conducted on 15-16
March 2016 in Quezon City to finalize these delivery mechanisms. It was participated in by the
different bureaus of the DILG Central Office and the CDP/PAMANA focal persons of DILG Region
Office IV-B, V, VI, NIR, VIII, XI, XIII and CAR.
3.2 National Barangay Operations Office (NBOO) on capacity-building for LGUs to ensure functionality of
Lupong Tagapamayapa and Barangay Human Rights Action Center
3.2.1 Capacity Building for Barangay Human Rights Action Teams (BHRAcTs). In FY 2015, NBOO made
possible the conduct of training sessions with the HRAcTs of 17 pilot cities and municipalities in
PAMANA-covered areas. Training sessions for the remaining areas will be undertaken in FY 2016
including roll-out training sessions and printing of resource materials for the BHRAcTs. In
preparation for these activities, the NBOO met with the Commission on Human Rights on 23
February 2016 and on 10 March 2016 to finalize and copyedit the BHRAcTs Handbook.
3.2.2 Lupong Tagapamayapa. The NBOO prepared an advisory on the guidelines for the roll-out training
for the members of the Lupong Tagapamayapa scheduled in the 2nd Quarter of 2016.
3.3 Bureau of Local Government Supervision (BLGS) on training on peace and order and public safety plan
BLGS activities were all anchored on finalizing the Peace and Order and Public Safety (POPS) Manual
during the reporting period, to wit: (a) Conceptualization Workshop for the POPS Manual on 18-19
February 2016; (b) Coordination Meeting on the Preparation of the POPS Manual on 10 March 2016; and,
(c) Presentation of the POPS Manual outline on 31 March 2016. The Conflict Sensitive Resource and Asset
Management (COSERAM) and the Peace and Order Council (POC) provided financial support.

Support to Indigenous Peoples


4.

NCIP

The NCIP supports initiatives aimed at addressing the marginal and vulnerable status of indigenous peoples in
identified provinces. These initiatives include (1) quick response programs; (2) issuance of Certificates of
Ancestral Domain Titles (CADTs); and, (3) formulation and enhancement of Ancestral Domain Sustainable
Development and Protection Plans (ADSDPP).
As of the reporting period, the NCIP has completed ADSDPP Formulation/Enhancement projects in Region XI.
Ancestral Domain Recognition and Titling related initiatives are also being implemented in Region XIII.3

Status update for other regions is under request.

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Pillar 2: Establishing Resilient Communities


Pillar 2 refers to Community-Driven Development (CDD) interventions aimed towards promoting the
convergent delivery of services and goods focused on households and communities. Community-based
interventions through development of cooperatives are also being provided for MNLF communities. Provision
of shelter assistance for internally-displaced persons is also being undertaken under this Pillar. CDD projects are
designed to have social preparation and project identification activities during the first half of the year whereas
implementation is usually undertaken during the second half of the year.
Pillar 2 is being carried out by implementing partner agencies, to wit: DSWD through the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa
Kahirapan-Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) PAMANA, LGU-Led
Mechanism under the DSWD Protective Services Bureau and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), DA in
partnership with the DAR through the PAMANA in Agrarian Reform Areas (ARA), and DSWD-ARMM.

Community-Driven Development (CDD) Projects4

1. DSWD
1.1 KALAHI-CIDSS-PAMANA. A total of 3,184 (75.63%) of the 4,210 target PAMANA-KC sub-projects were
completed as of 31 March 2016. Table 4 shows the summary of the status of physical accomplishment of
KALAHI-CIDSS-PAMANA as of 31 March 2016.
Table 4. KC-PAMANA Physical Accomplishment (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

2016

164

2015

7825

2014

1,2006

2013 &
2014

837

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

Other

164
100%
43

593

146

5.50%

75.83%

18.67%

1,103

76

21

91.92%

6.33%

1.75%

72

11

86.75%

13.25%

CDD interventions are targeted to cover the provinces of Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi (ARMM); Quezon
(Region IV-A); Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay (Region IX); Camarines Norte, Masbate, Sorsogon (Region
V); Northern Samar, Samar (Region VIII); Lanao del Norte (Region X); Compostela Valley, Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental (Region XI);
Cotabato, Sarangani, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat (Region XII); Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur
(Region XIII) and the cities of Isabela (Basilan) and Butuan (Region XIII).
5
Adjusted from 800 to 520 based on actual submitted RFRs as of 3rd Quarter 2015 and to 787 as of 4th Quarter 2015. Readjusted to 782 as of
the 1st Quarter of 2016. All other areas are currently in the Social Preparation Stage.
6 Adjusted from 1,218 to 1,204 per 2 nd Quarter 2015 report. Readjusted to 1,200 per 3 rd Quarter 2015 report. The target number of subprojects is based on the regions submitted Municipal Inter-Barangay Form Resolution (MIBF). Adjustments refer to Regions V (from 272 to
269) and VIII (from 64 to 63).
7 Adjusted from 70 to 83 per 2nd Quarter 2015 report.

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

2013

1,1258

2012 &
2013

116

2012

5829

2011

15810

Total

4,21011

Completed

Ongoing

1,112

13

98.84%

1.16%

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

Other

116
100%
580

99.66%

0.34%

158
100%
3,184

695

331

75.63%

16.51%%

7.86%

1.2 LGU-Led Mechanism for PAMANA. A total of 842 (51.69%) of the 1,629 target PAMANA-LGU Led subprojects were completed as of 15 March 2016. Table 5 shows the summary of the status of physical
accomplishment under the LGU-Led Mechanism for PAMANA as of 15 March 2016.
Table 5. LGU-Led Mechanism for PAMANA Physical Accomplishment (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

2016

729

2015

24

2014

268

2013

268

2012

340

Total

1,629

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement12

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

729
100%
22

91.67%

8.33%

214

29

25

79.85%

10.82%

9.32%

266

99.25%

0.75%

340
100%
842

31

27

729

51.69%

1.90%

1.66%

44.75%

Adjusted from 1,124 to 1,125 per 3rd Quarter 2015 report. The target number of sub-projects is based on the regions submitted MIBF.
Adjusted from 582 to 573 to correct budget year attribution. Readjusted back to 582 per 4 th Quarter 2015 report. Revalidation ongoing.
10 Adjusted from 149 to 158 to correct budget year attribution. Adjustment refers to nine (9) barangays in Las Navas.
11 Adjusted from 4,059 to 3,798 per 2nd Quarter 2015 report. Readjusted to 3,775 per 3 rd Quarter 2015 report. Readjusted to 4,051 per 4 th
Quarter 2015 report. FY 2015 target adjusted by 5 projects as of 1st Quarter 2016.
12 Refers to sub-projects classified both at preparatory and procurement phase.
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1.3 Sustainable Livelihood Program. As of 31 March 2016, a total of 1,364 (71.26%) of the 1,914 target
PAMANA-SLP sub-projects were completed. Table 6 shows the summary of the status of physical
accomplishment under the Sustainable Livelihood Program for PAMANA as of 31 March 2016.
Table 6. PAMANA-SLP Physical Accomplishment (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

201613

252

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

252
100%

2015

722

2014

470

2013

Total

2.

470

1,914

448

11

259

62.05%

1.52%

35.87%

0.55%

447

14

95.11%

2.98%

1.91%

469

114

99.79%

0.21%

1,364

25

268

256

71.26%

1.31%

14.00%

13.38%

0.05%

DA and DAR

PAMANA-ARA allows the program to assist target communities that are agrarian reform areas with the
PAMANA peacebuilding fund to support community priority projects. For FY2011-2014, PAMANA-ARA was
implemented through the DAR. PAMANA-ARA was transferred to the DA in FY2015. In line with this, a Joint
Memorandum Circular (JMC) on the implementation arrangements was signed by the DAR and DA. The JMC
provides that the DA-Regional Offices administer the funds and afford operational support to DAR-Provincial
Offices on community consultations and orientation.
A total of 925 (50.16%) of the 1,844 target PAMANA-ARA sub-projects were completed as of 20 March 2016.
Table 7 shows the summary of the status of physical accomplishment of the Agrarian Reform Community
Development Project under PAMANA as of 20 March 2016.

13

Excluding two (2) projects in support of the Closure Program: (1) Community Peace Dividends for 100 barangays and (2) Livelihood
Project for TPG members.
14 Refers to a previously cancelled FY2013 PAMANA Project due to armed conflict and revived using funds from FY2014 savings. FY2013
allocation has lasped.

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Table 7. PAMANA-ARA Physical Accomplishment (1st Quarter 201615)


Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Department of Agriculture and Department of Agrarian Reform


2015

504

504

100%
Department of Agrarian Reform
2014
2013
2012
2011

61216
63617
5718
35

339

171

36

26

40

55.39%

27.94%

5.88%

4.25%

6.54%

505

34

76

20

79.40%

5.35%

11.95%

3.14%

0.16%

47

619

82.46%

3.51%

3.51%

10.52%

34

97.14%
Total

3.

1,84420

2.86%

925

207

112

553

47

50.16%

11.23%

6.07%

29.99%

2.55%

DSWD-ARMM

A total of 3,083 (47.51%) sub-projects under the PAMANA-ARMM FY 2012 FY 2016 have been completed as
of 31 March 2016. Table 8 shows the summary of the status of physical accomplishment of CDD projects under
DSWD-ARMM as of the reporting period:
Table 8. ARMM CDD Physical Accomplishment (4th Quarter 2015)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

2016

1,777

2015

1,777

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

1,777
100%
202

438

410

72721

11.37%

24.65%

23.07%

40.91%

15

FY2013 data set is as of 4th Quarter 2015 report.


Adjusted from 595 to 602 per 2nd Quarter 2015 report and to 605 per 4th Quarter 2015 report. Adjusted to 612 per 1st Quarter 2016 report.
Seven (7) barangays have two (2) projects each.
17 Adjusted from 630 to 633 per 2nd Quarter 2015 report to 636 per 4 th Quarter 2015 report. Three (3) barangays have two (2) projects each.
18 Adjusted from 55 to 56 per 2nd Quarter 2015 report to 57 per 4th Quarter report. One (1) barangay has three (3) projects.
19
Including five (5) sub-projects with lapsed funds per 1st Quarter 2016 report.
20 Adjusted by seven (7) sub-projects per 1st Quarter 2016 report.
21
Unfunded target projects/barangays as of the reporting period.
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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

2014

386

2013

1,77723

2013

386

2012

386

Total

6,48926

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

373

1322

95.85%

4.15%

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

1,737

15

1624

97.75%

0.51%

0.84%

0.90%

385

125

99.74%

0.26%

386
100%
3,083

447

1,777

439

743

47.51%

6.89%

27.38%

6.77%

11.45%

Of the 16,086 adjusted overall target CDD sub-projects as of 1st Quarter 2016, 9,398 (58.42%) sub-projects were
completed, with 1,405 (8.73%) ongoing, 407 (2,53%) in the procurement phase and 3,646 (22.67%) in the
preparatory phase. Tables 9 and 9A show a summary of Pillar 2 physical accomplishment by year and agency as
of the reporting period.
Table 9. Pillar 2 Summary of Physical Accomplishment by Year FY 2011-2015 (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

2016

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

3,809

2014

2,936

2013 &
2014

83

2013

4,662

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

2,922

2,922

2015

Preparatory

100%
715

1,042

261

654

410

727

18.77%

27.36%

6.85%

17.17%

10.76%

19.09%

2,476

290

70

47

53

84.33%

9.88%

2.38%

1.60%

1.81%

72

11

86.75%

13.25%

4,474

58

76

20

17

16

95.97%

1.24%

1.63%

0.43%

0.36%

0.02%

0.34%

22

Includes the reinstated target site in Lanao del Sur (Brgy Mansilano, Bumbaran) which was previously reported as terminated due to
peace and order situation in the community and reinstated per 4th Quarter 2015 report.
23 Expansion projects/barangays. Only 1,761 projects/barangays are funded out of the 1,777 target projects/barangays.
24 Unfunded target projects/barangays (12) and projects/barangays for validation (4) as of the reporting period.
25 Refers to reinstated target site in Lanao del Sur (Brgy Mansilano, Bumbaran) as per 1 st Quarter 2016 report which was previously reported
as terminated due to peace and order situation in the community.
26 Adjusted from 4,712 as of 4th Quarter 2015 to 6,489 as of 1 st Quarter 2016 to include 2016 projects.

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

2012 &
2013

116

2012

1,365

2011

193

Total

16,08627

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

116
100%
1,353

99.12%

0.29%

0.15%

0.44%

192

99.48%
9,398

1,405

407

3,646

486

743

58.42%

8.73%

2.53%

22.67%

3.02%

0.01%

4.62%

Table 9A. Pillar 2 Summary of Physical Accomplishment by Agency - FY 2011-2015 (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

DSWDKC

4,210

DSWDLGULED

1,629

DSWDSLP

1,914

DAR

1,844

DSWDARMM

6,489

Total

16,08628

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Completed

Ongoing

3,184

695

331

75.63%

16.51%%

7.86%

842

31

27

729

51.69%

1.90%

1.66%

44.75%

1,364

25

268

256

71.26%

1.31%

14.00%

13.38%

0.05%

925

207

112

553

47

50.16%

11.23%

6.07%

29.99%

2.55%

3,083

447

1,777

439

743

47.51%

6.89%

27.38%

6.77%

11.45%

9,398

1,405

407

3,646

486

743

58.42%

8.73%

2.53%

22.67%

3.02%

0.01%

4.62%

27

Adjusted from 13,163 to 12,879 due to adjustments made to DSWD-KC targets for 2014 and 2015. Readjusted to 13,162 per 4th Quarter
2015 report. Readjusted to 16,086 per 1st Quarter 2016 to cover 2016 projects.
28 Adjusted from 13,163 to 12,879 due to adjustments made to DSWD-KC targets for 2014 and 2015. Readjusted to 13,162 per 4 th Quarter
2015 report. Readjusted to 16,086 per 1st Quarter 2016 to cover 2016 projects.

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Figure 1. Pillar 2 FY 2011-2016 Physical Accomplishments by Status (1st Quarter 2016)


FOR
OTHER
TERMINATION/
743
TERMINATED 4.62%
1
0.01%

NOT YET
STARTED
486
3.02%
PREPARATORY
3,646
22.67%

COMPLETED
9,398
58.42%
PROCUREMENT
407
ONGOING
2.53%
1,405
8.73%
Figure 2. Pillar 2 FY 2011-2016 Physical Accomplishments by Agency (1st Quarter 2016)
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0

DSWD-KC

Target

4210

DSWDLGU-LED
1629

Completed

3184

842

DSWDSLP
1914

DAR
1844

DSWDARMM
6489

1364

925

3083

In 2012, a total of PhP230 million was also allocated for the construction of 2,300 core shelter units in
Maguindanao under the DSWD through ARMM-DSWD in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Philippines.
Out of the 2,300 target core shelter units, 1,751 were constructed, 89 ongoing and 460 not yet started as of 31
January 2015. DSWD-DReAMB is coordinating with the ARMM-DSWD for data updating.
PAMANA for Moro National Liberation Front Communities
PAMANA for MNLF communities focuses on the provision of socio-economic and development interventions
in support of the implementation of the 1996 GPH-MNLF Final Peace Agreement.

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For CY 2014, the ORG-ARMM is mandated to implement socio-economic development projects in 180
communities identified and validated by the military as MNLF communities and applied as PAMANA
beneficiaries. The 180 MNLF communities cover areas in Maguindanao (35), Lanao del Sur (41), Basilan (28),
Sulu (52) and Tawi-Tawi (24).
Projects are being implemented in partnership either by contract, administration or memorandum of agreement
with line agencies. The ORG-ARMM also works in partnership with the Cooperative Development Authority
for the conduct of capacity building and skills training including cooperative development and management,
leadership skills training, simple bookkeeping and accounting for non-accountants, and livelihood.
In September 2014, the PAMANA-ARMM PMO and heads of partner implementing agencies (e.g., CDAARMM, DPWH-ARMM, BFAR-ARMM, DAF-ARMM, DAF-PAO Basilan) signed a Memorandum of
Agreement to facilitate faster delivery and distribution of project items for the MNLF communities.
Table 10 shows the summary of projects implemented under the Memorandum of Agreement as of the
reporting period.
Table 10. Status of Projects Implemented under the Memorandum of Agreement (1st Quarter 2016)
Agency
CDA-ARMM

BFAR-ARMM

DAF-ARMM

Name of Project
Capacity Building and Skills
Training

Fishing Equipment and Facilities


(i.e., fishing vessel with engine,
payao, motorized boats, nonmotorized boats, establishment of
fresh water fish cage and feeds)

Livelihood Projects
(i.e., integrated agricultural
livelihood projects with facilities)

Project Cost
(PhP)
22,093,300

5,432,692

Remarks
-

56,004,837

18,432,180

Funds released to CDA-ARMM on 25


September 2014 (PhP14M) and 25 March
2015 (PhP8M)
Ongoing
Serves 180 MNLF communities
FY2014
Funds released to BFAR-ARMM on 18
February 2015
100% completed
Served four (4) MNLF cooperatives/
communities in Tawi-Tawi (2) and Sulu
(2)
FY2014
75% completed
Serves a total of 50 MNLF cooperatives/
communities in Sulu (27), Tawi-Tawi
(18) and Maguindanao (5)
FY2014
Funds released to DAF-ARMM on 22
October 2014
Remaining 7% of the funds is on process
for payment to the supplier under Small
Value Procurement such as pesticides,
nails, posts and vaccines
13 completed in Sulu, 21 delivered in
Tawi-Tawi, 11 completed in Lanao del
Sur, 13 turned-over to proponents in
Maguindanao
Aims to serve 10 MNLF cooperatives/
communities in Lanao del Sur (1), TawiTawi (3) and Sulu (6)

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Name of Project

Project Cost
(PhP)
552,964.40

77,076,075

Remarks
-

2,312,282.25

53,452,237

DAF-PAO Basilan

DPWH-ARMM

Livelihood Projects
(i.e., agricultural inputs, livestock
production, pre and post-harvest
facilities)

Small Infrastructures
(i.e., warehouse, solar dryer, open
court for community, deep well
water system, multi-purpose
center, potable water supply)

38,509,444

1,155,283.32

12,036,328.80

38,370,000

2016

Funds released on 6 May 2015


MOA addendum of 3% mobilization
(Contract Price: PhP18,432,180)
FY2014
Funds released to DAF-ARMM on 12
March 2015
13 projects turned-over in Maguindanao
(target: 13)
1 project turned-over, 1 project ongoing,
3 projects for delivery and 3 not yet
started in Sulu (target: 8)
1 project delivered, 1 for delivery and 3
not yet started in Tawi-Tawi (target: 5)
4 projects turned-over, 1 delivered, 5 not
yet started in Lanao del Sur (target: 10)
Aims to serve 63 MNLF cooperatives/
communities in Sulu (20), Tawi-Tawi
(13), Lanao del Sur (10) and
Maguindanao (20)
Funds released on 6 May 2015
MOA addendum of 3% mobilization
(Contract Price: PhP77,076,075)
FY2014
Bidding process completed. Suppliers
identified. Supporting documents
submitted to ARMM-ORG for funding
request to DBM under the List of Due
and Demandable Accounts Payable.
Aims to serve 54 MNLF communities in
Sulu (21), Maguindanao (7) and Lanao
del Sur (24)
FY2014
Funds released to DAF-PAO Basilan on
10 October 2014
Delivered project items to 14 organized
MNLF cooperatives in Basilan
Funds released on 25 August 2015
MOA Addendum of 3% mobilization
(Contract Price: PhP38,509,444)
FY2014
Remaining 20.37% to be requested from
DBM. Supporting documents prepared
for submission to DBM under the List of
Due and Demandable Accounts Payable.
Aims to serve 12 MNLF communities
FY2014
50% of the funds downloaded to DPWHARMM District Engineering Offices on
12 February 2015
Sixty (60) projects (e.g., agricultural
production support, community
infrastructure, water) are ready for

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Name of Project

Project Cost
(PhP)

Remarks

34,800,000

Total

2016

implementation. Project implementation


ongoing
6 projects ready for implementation
in Lanao I and Lanao II
4 projects completed, 17 projects
ongoing in Maguindanao
13 projects completed, 10 projects
ongoing in Sulu
9 projects completed in Tawi-Tawi
1 project ongoing in Basilan
Aims to serve MNLF communities in
Tawi-Tawi (9), Sulu (23), Lanao del Sur
(6), Maguindanao (21) and Basilan (1)
FY2014
Over 50 projects (e.g., agricultural
production support, community
infrastructure, water)
12 projects for bidding in
Maguindanao
11 projects for bidding in Tawi-Tawi
28 projects for bidding in Sulu
Aims to serve MNLF communities in
Sulu (28), Tawi-Tawi (13) and
Maguindanao (13)

360,227,623.77

Pillar 3: Promoting Sub-Regional Economic Development


Pillar 3 refers to regional and sub-regional development interventions that link conflict-affected and conflictvulnerable areas to markets and promote jobs and livelihood generation. These specifically refer to
interventions that address local development challenges including constraints to local economic development,
economic integration of poor areas with more prosperous areas, and physical and economic connectivity
improvements. PAMANA provides socio-economic development support to areas that will not have been
prioritized under regular agency programs.
Pillar 3 interventions are being undertaken by implementing partner agencies, to wit: DA, DENR, DILG, DOE,
DPWH, DA-BFAR, DOE-NEA, DA-NIA, DAF-ARMM, BFAR-ARMM, DILG-ARMM, DENR-ARMM, DPWHARMM and Office of the Regional Governor-ARMM in partnership with LGUs. Indicated below is the
breakdown of sub-regional development projects across implementing agencies, year of implementation and
project cycle stages.

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Table 11. Agency Physical Accomplishments FY 2011-2015 (1st Quarter 2016)


Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

OPAPP in partnership with LGUs


2011

13129

Total

131

125

95.42%

3.05%

0.76%

0.76%

125

95.42%

3.05%

0.76%

0.76%

DA

30

2015

120

2014

297

2013

126

2012

19

Total

562

39

81

32.50%

67.50%

41

196

55

131

13.80%

65.99%

18.52%

1.35%

0.34%

72

44

57.14%

34.92%

0.79%

16

4.76%
3

84.21%

333

32

2.38%

34

15.79%

129

279

137

13

22.95%

49.64%

24.38%

2.31%

0.71%

DA-BFAR35
2015

26

636

34.61%

11.54%

30.77%

23.08%

29

No movement since the 3rd Quarter of 2014.


Status updates as of 1st quarter of 2016. FY 2016 status updates under request.
31 Status updates (FY2014 PAMANA) still being revalidated by DA-FPCMD.
32 Refers to (1) Construction of Buaya FMR in Balbalan, Kalinga upon request of the MLGU due to non-implementation by the contractor;
(2) Construction of Lower Mangali Agricultural Tramline (Pasil) in Tanudan, Kalinga due to incurrence of negative slippage and expiration
of contract time; (3) Construction of Tulgao West Tramline in Tinglayan, Kalinga due to incurrence of negative slippage, expiration of
contract time and abandonment of contract works at the site; (4) Construction of Basao Agricultural Tramline due to incurrence of negative
slippage and expiration of contract time; (5) Construction of Mogao-Tuyakap Agricultural Tramline in Bakun, Bneguet due to expiration of
contract time; and, (6) Construction of Cassava and Banana Food Processing in Malangas, Zamboanga Sibugay due to reverted funds.
33 Status updates (FY2013 PAMANA) still being revalidated by DA-FPCMD.
34 Refers to (1) Construction of Dacalan FMR in Taduyan, Kalinga which is due for termination due to incurrence of negative slippage and
abandonment of contract works at the site; (2) Opening of Bangaan FMR in Sagada, Mountain Province which was reportedly terminated;
and, (3) Construction of Pide-Fidelisan FMR in Sagada, Mountain Province.
35 Culled out from DA. Status updates as of 1st Quarter 2016.
36
Refers to (1) FY2015 PAMANA PHF for Rice and Seaweed Farmers Project for Brgy. Muricay, Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur. Per
BFAR, project is ineligible; (2) Agricultural Productivity Support Project in Sinawilan, Santa Cruz, Davao del Sur. LGU has officially
expressed to drop the project. Project beneficiaries are not residents of the target barangay; (3) Agricultural Productivity Support Project in
Tibanban, Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental. LGU has officially expressed to drop the project. Only two (2) of the 28 target beneficiaries
are seemed to be bonafide residents of the target barangay; (4) Bagoong Processing Plant and Production, (5) Cold Storage/Mini Ice Plant,
and (6) Freshwater Fishing Facilities for Cotabato City. Dropped as per OPAPP validation,
30

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

2014

10

2013

10

Total

46

Completed

Ongoing

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Procurement

Preparatory

337

20%

20%

30%

30%

80%

20%

Other

10

11

11

21.74%

23.91%

10.87%

23.91

19.56%

11

140

241

6.67%

73.33%

6.67%

13.33%

DA-NIA/NIA38
2015

2014

15

2013

42

2012

Total

2544

DENR

39

100%

143

83.33%

16.67%

2
100%
8

11

32%

8%

44%

4%

12%

45

2015

2013

12

Total

1547

246

33.33%

66.67%

12

80.00%

6.67%

13.33%

12
100%

37

Refers to (1) Fish Cage Project for Sapu Masla, Malapatan, Sarangani Province. LGU was unable to comply with required documentation;
(2) Municipal Coastal and Fisheries Support Project in Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat; and, (3) Fish Cages Establishment Project for Tukuran,
Zamboanga del Sur which is pending for replacement. Per assessment, project is not feasible due to exposure to big waves and strong winds
(e.g., southwest monsoon). It was recommended that the project be changed to FAD-assisted fishing.
38 Culled out from DA. Status updates as of 1 st Quarter 2016.
39 Implemented and reported by NIA.
40 Refers to Spring Development Project in Pagayawan, Bacolod, Lanao del Norte (previously reported for replacement).
41 Refer to (1) Irrigation Development Project in Demoloc, Malita, Davao Occidental (for validation); (2); and,(3) Expansion of Irrigation
Line Canal in Baliton, Glan, Sarangani Province (for validation).
42 Implemented and reported by NIA.
43
Refers to an RIS project in Maguindanao. For revalidation.
44 Adjusted from 8 to 25 to include DA-NIA projects which are being reported by DA. Additional data based from validation meeting with
DA-FPCMD on 11-12 February 2016.
45 Status updates as of 1st Quarter of 2016.
46 Breakdown for revalidation with DENR-FMB.
47 Adjusted from 19 to 15 per 2013 data revalidation with DENR.

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

16

136

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

DILG48
2016

153

2015

155

2014

11150

2013

102

2012

309

Total

83054

DOE

48

0.65%

10.46%

88.89%

22

61

22

49

149

14.19%

39.35%

14.19%

31.61%

0.65%

49

32

17

12

151

44.14%

28.83%

15.32%

10.81%

.90%

92

452

90.20%

2.94%

2.94%

3.92%

276

2753

89.32%

1.94%

8.74%

439

103

58

197

33

52.89%

12.41%

6.99%

23.73%

3.98%

55

2015

2014

6
100%
7

Status updates as of 1st Quarter of 2016.

49

Refers to Water System Project in Kumalarang, Zamboanga del Sur amounting to PhP500,000. Due to financial constraint, the MLGU was
unable to provide counterpart funds.
50
Adjusted from 116 to 113 as of the 2nd Quarter 2015 report. Readjusted to 111 as of 4th Quarter 2015 report.
51
Refers to Water Supply Project for Munai, Lanao del Norte amounting to PhP60,000. Approved allocation was very minimal and deemed
not enough to complete an operational water system.
52
Refers to (1) Spring Development (Level II) for Resettlement Site in Negros Occidental (funds reverted); (2) Water System for Negros
Occidental (funds reverted); (3) Installation of Water System for Negros Occidental (funds reverted); and (4) Construction of 5km Coastal
Road from Brgy Bomba-Poloyagan-Pantad-Rebokon of the Municipality of Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur.
53 Refers to (1) Development of Settlement Site for Aklan (funds reverted); (2) Security Arrangements for Aklan; (3) Peace Dividends for
Antique (funds reverted); (4) Livelihood Assistance for Antique (funds reverted); (5) Core Shelter or Other Assistance for Antique (funds
reverted); (6) Other Enabling Intervention such as common facilities for Antique (funds reverted); (7) In-situ Area Development in Maasin,
Iloilo such as electricity, water and land (funds reverted); (8) Other Enabling Intervention such as common facilities for Iloilo (funds
reverted); and, (9) Other Enabling Intervention such as common facilities for Negros Occidental (funds reverted). As of the 1st Quarter
2016, a total of 18 additional projects were cancelled, to wit: (1) Peace Dividends; (2) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for
TPG; (3) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for National TPG; (4) Other Enabling Interventions; (5) In-Situ Development
Maramag, Bukidnon; (6) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for TPG; (7) Peace Dividends; (8) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other
Assistance for TPG; (9) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for TPG; (10) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for
National TPG; (11) In-Situ Development DBS, Negros Occidental; (12) Livelihood and Core Shelter/Other Assistance for National TPG;
(13) Development of 24 ha Conflict Land into an Agri-Tourism Peace Park in 13 Barangays for Lanao del Norte; (14) Construction of Bus
Terminals or Lanao del Norte; (15) Concrete Pavement of Taporog-Balabacun Road (350 m) for Lanao del Norte; (16) Concrete Pavement of
Panggao-Cadulawan Road (320 m); (17) Concreting of Cadulawan-Caduyonan Road for Lanao del Norte; and (18) Road Rehabilitation of
Poblacion-Nunungan Road for Lanao del Norte. A total of 21 sub-project projects were cancelled due to delayed signing of the Closure
Agreement with the RPM-P/RPA-ABB/TPG and another six (6) sub-projects due to failure of bidding and long procurement process.
54 Adjusted from 679 to 677 as of the 4th Quarter 2015 report. Adjusted by 153 bringing the overall total to 830 as of 1 st Quarter 2016 to
cover FY2016 projects.
55 Status updates as of 1st Quarter of 2016.

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

100%
Total

13

53.85%

46.15%

DPWH56
2016

80

2015

2012

Total

88

32

37

457

40%

46.25%

6.25%

2.5%

5%

25%

75%

4
100%
5

35

37

5.68%

39.77%

42.05%

5.68%

2.27%

4.55%

NEA

58

22
Energized

2015

57

38.60%

27

7.02%

47.37%

4
Completed

7.02%
7
Energized

2014

25

28%

4%

36%

8
Completed

32%
21

21

9.23%

1.54%

32.31%

78

57

53.06%

4.76%

3.40%

38.78%

Energized

2013

65

32.31%
16
Completed

24.61%
Total

147

56

Four (4) projects previously reported under Other moved under Completed as of August 2015 per confirmation/data validation with
DPWH. Status update as of 2nd Quarter 2015 report adopted for the 3rd and 4th Quarters 2015. FY 2015 and FY2016 status as of 1st Quarter
2016.
57 Refers to suspended projects due to inaccessibility of the only road leading to the project site / needs to construct a spillway: (1)
Construction of Mandahican Bridge and Approaches including Access Road Along Iba-Mandahican-Canangaan, Cabanglasan, Bukidnon (25
lm) and (2) Construction of Canangaan Bridge and Approaches including Access Road along Mandahican-Canangaan Road, Cabanglasan,
Bukidnon (25 lm); and due to road right of way problem: (3) Rehabilitation/Improvement of Road (Thru-Cut), Brgy. Panansalan-La
Fortuna, Brgy. Malibago, Cateel, Davao Oriental (3 km) and (4) Road Opening (Thru-Cut), Brgy. Pansalan-La Fortuna, Brgy. Malibago,
Cateel, Davao Oriental (4 km).
58 Status update as of 1st Quarter 2016 per letter dated 31 March 2016

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

Completed

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

Other

ARMM59
2015

2014

34

2013

39460

2012

661

Total

435

100%
10

24

29.41%

70.59%

354

38

89.59%

9.64%

0.51%

83.33%

16.67%

369

63

84.83%

14.48%

0.23%

0.46%

Overall, the PAMANA Program has a total of 2,292 sub-regional projects in different stages of development as
of the 1st Quarter 2016. Of these, 1,182 (51.57%) projects were completed, 505 (22.03%) are ongoing, 105
(4.58%) are in procurement phase and 360 (15.71%) are in preparatory phase. Tables 12 and 12A show the
summary of the status of physical accomplishment for sub-regional development projects by year and agency as
of the reporting period.
Table 12. Pillar 3 Summary of Physical Accomplishment by Year FY 2011-2015 (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

2016

233

2015

374

2014

499

2013

715

2012

340

For
Termination/
Terminated

Ongoing

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

33

53

141

14.16%

22.75%

60.52%

0.86%

1.71%

49

115

29

144

30

13.10%

30.75%

7.75%

38.50%

8.02%

1.87%

125

253

19

81

25.05%

50.70%

3.81%

16.23%

1.80%

1.80%

0.60%

580

93

21

12

81.12%

13.01%

0.56%

0.14%

2.94%

1.68%

0.55%

303

30

89.12%

2.06%

8.82%

Completed

59

Other

Project implementation is through ARMM Line Agencies and the PAMANA-ARMM Management Office. Status updates as of 1st Quarter
of 2016. Data set for BFAR-ARMM is as of 4th Quarter 2015. Breakdown of FY2016 data set still for further coordination with PAPMO.
60 Adjusted from 359 to 394 based on units to be delivered as of 4th Quarter 2015.
61 Status update as of the 2nd Quarter 2015.

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Status of Physical Accomplishment


Year

Target

2011

131

Total

2,292

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

95.42%

3.05%

0.76%

0.76%

1,182

505

105

367

63

59

11

51.57%

22.03%

4.58%

16.01%

2.75%

2.57%

0.48%

Completed

Ongoing

125

Procurement

Preparatory

Other

Table 12A. Pillar 3 Summary of Physical Accomplishment by Agency FY 2011-2015 (1st Quarter 2016)
Status of Physical Accomplishment
Year

Target

OPAPP

131

DA

562

DABFAR

46

DANIA/NIA

25

DENR

15

DILG

830

DOE

13

DPWH

88

NEA

147

ARMM
Total

435
2,292

Procurement

Preparatory

Not Yet
Started

For
Termination/
Terminated

0.76%

0.76%

Completed

Ongoing

Other

125

95.42%

3.05%

129

279

137

13

22.95%

49.64%

24.38%

2.31%

0.71%

10

11

11

21.74%

23.91%

10.87%

23.91

19.56%

11

32%

8%

44%

4%

12%

12

80.00%

6.67%

439

103

58

197

33

52.89%

12.41%

6.99%

23.73%

3.98%

2
13.33%

53.85%

46.15%

35

37

5.68%

39.77%

42.05%

5.68%

2.27%

4.55%

78

57

53.06%

4.76%

3.40%

38.78%

369

63

84.83%

14.48%

0.23%

0.46%

1,182

505

105

367

63

59

11

51.57%

22.03%

4.58%

16.01%

2.75%

2.57%

0.48%

Preparatory work for the implementation of FY2016 PAMANA projects in ARMM have commenced as of the
reporting period including the signing of various memoranda of agreement for the implementation of the
ARMM-Humanitarian and Development Action Plan (ARMM-HDAP) components under the PAMANA
Program.

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Figure 3. Pillar 3 FY 2011-2016 Physical Accomplishments by Status (1st Quarter 2016)


FOR
TERMINATION/T
ERMINATED
59
2.57%

NOT YET
STARTED
PREPARATORY
63
367
2.75%
16.01%
PROCUREMENT
105
4.58%

OTHER
11
0.48%

COMPLETED
1,182
51.57%

ONGOING
505
22.03%

Figure 4. Pillar 3 FY 2011-2016 Physical Accomplishments by Agency (1st Quarter 2016)


900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
OPAPP

DA

DABFAR

DANIA/
NIA

DENR

DILG

DOE

DPWH

Target

131

562

46

25

15

830

13

88

147

435

Completed

125

129

10

12

439

78

369

NEA ARMM

Peace and Development Communities with Moro National Liberation Front Presence
Of the 217 projects earmarked for the MNLF Peace and Development Communities since 2011, 174 projects
have been completed. These include agricultural production support, road and community infrastructure
projects which have been provided to 131 priority MNLF community groups. These projects were identified
through community consultations with the participation of local MNLF leaders and local government units, and
were implemented by provincial and municipal local governments with a third party monitoring mechanism.

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Transparency and Accountability Mechanisms (TAM)


The PAMANA TAM has five (5) components that provide information on the different mechanisms established
to ensure transparency and accountability in PAMANA implementation:
1.

PAMANA Feedback and Response System (PFRS) which aims to enhance the voice of citizens in
implementation monitoring by providing citizens opportunities to lodge their feedback on the peacebuilding interventions of government. The PAMANA FRS has been pilot tested and is currently
undergoing a soft launch.

2.

Third Party Monitoring (TPM) where in 2012-2013 Civil Society Organizations (CSO) were tapped as
independent third party monitors of the implementation process of PAMANA. Training interventions
were conducted to build the capacities of TPMs in undertaking conflict-sensitive monitoring.
The Affiliated Network for Social Accountability-East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP) has
approached OPAPP to build a partnership to set-up a Citizen-Led Monitoring (CLM) initiative for
PAMANA. CLM is a scale-up of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) System. Anchored on the social
accountability framework, existing partnerships between OPAPP, local CSOs and community
volunteers shall be enhanced, and partnerships with local CSOs and community volunteers shall be
forged to enhance the operationalization of TAM in PAMANA. The CLM shall mobilize meaningful
citizen participation in peace-building within the frame of constructive engagement with CSOs acting
as intermediaries.

3.

Project and community billboards are put-up to provide the beneficiary communities with project
information.

4.

Web posting of project status updates to provide regular updates on PAMANA where project status
reports from implementing agencies are posted online. The GAA FY 2015 and GAA FY2016 provide
that project status reports are to be posted by the web administrator online. In compliance with the
GAA provision on the posting of PAMANA status, OPAPP maintains the PAMANA website
(www.pamana.net) which features progress of implementation of projects, news and features on
PAMANA interventions, implementation guidelines and contact information of PAMANA partner
agencies. To comply with GAA provisions, CHED, ARMM and DILG have set up their respective
PAMANA websites. Additionally, the following implementing agencies DAR, NEA, PhilHealth and
DOE have linked their websites to the PAMANA website.

5.

Performance-based fund releases where program implementation complies with regular government
accounting rules and regulations. PAMANA implementing guidelines of partner agencies includes
performance-based fund releases anchored on the prepared work and financial plan.

Follow-through coordination with the DSWD, DILG, and DA for the pilot testing and roll-out of the
PAMANA Information System (PIS), a web-based monitoring and reporting platform that enables online
submission of PAMANA project status updates and reports by implementing partner agencies, proceeded as
planned. An orientation and pilot testing session on 24 February 2016 in Cotabato City with PAMANA
implementing partner agencies in ARMM was also organized.

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Program Evaluation and Learning Initiatives


Program evaluation and learning initiatives are being undertaken to assess the success of PAMANA.
A Program Review for PAMANA is being initiated, through an independent evaluator the De La Salle
University-Jesse Robredo Institute of Governance. It aims to: (1) examine the overall program performance
based on criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, convergence and sustainability; (2) assess PAMANAs
contribution to development and peacebuilding in conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable areas; and, (3)
identify issues, challenges and lessons that surfaced during the implementation of PAMANA to help improve
program design, planning and implementation. It will cover 21 provinces62 and utilizes various quantitative and
qualitative research methods with different program stakeholders as respondents, and is expected to run from
April to July 2016.
The NEDA, under the Policy Window Philippines, has partnered with the International Initiatives for Impact
Evaluation (3ie) to conduct impact evaluation of Philippine government programs. An impact evaluation for
PAMANA has been identified under this partnership, with the University of Mannheim as independent
evaluator. The impact evaluation will focus on assessing the PAMANA Community-Driven Development
interventions for Indigenous Peoples Communities, which will be implemented in 2017.
PAMANA FY2017 Programming
Preparations for the proposed FY2017 PAMANA Programming commenced as of the reporting period
including discussions on programming parameters and timelines as per the Department of Budget and
Management national budget memorandum for FY2017.
Communicating PAMANA
A series of Kwentuhang PAMANA was conducted to harvest stories from beneficiaries, partner agencies,
volunteers, and local partners in different PAMANA areas. This Kwentuhang PAMANA aimed to reinforce
the narrative on the positive impacts brought about by PAMANA in their communities. The Kwentuhang
PAMANA was attended by 29 participants from eight (8) regions namely: Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR),
Region V, Region VIII, Region IX, Region X, Region XI, Region XII, and Region XIII.
To mark the sixth year of implementation of PAMANA, series of photo documentation and story-gathering
were conducted for the PAMANA Coffee Table Book. The Coffee Table Book documents the stories of different
PAMANA projects. This book highlights the positive changes that the program brought to conflict-affected and
vulnerable communities. The Coffee Table Book is set for a digital and printed release by July 2016.
In line with the updating of PAMANA website and social media accounts, the PAMANA Communications
Team has published and uploaded 55 articles from OPAPP, partner agencies, provincial news outlets, and
Philippine Information Agency, and 20 social media cards as of the 1st Quarter of 2016.

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Bicol-Quezon-Mindoro: Quezon, Sorsogon, Camarines Norte, Masbate; Samar: Western Samar, Northern Samar; Compostela ValleyDavao-Caraga: Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte;
Central Mindanao: North Cotabato, Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte; Zamboanga-Basilan-Sulu-Tawi-Tawi: Zamboanga
Sibugay, Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi

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