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2nd QUARTER PAMANA ARMM PMO ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA) was launched as a priority program of the Aquino Administration as embodied
in Chapter 9 (Peace and Security) of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). It serves as a framework for intervention in the
conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable areas to complement the governments peace negotiation efforts in line with its
commitment to address the causes of conflicts and issues affecting the peace process.
The PAMANA Program aims to contribute to lasting peace by achieving the following objectives: a) Reduce poverty and
vulnerability in the conflict-affected and conflictvulnerable areas; b) Improve governance; and c) Empower communities and
strengthen their capacities to address issues of conflict and peace through activities that promote social cohesion.
The implementation of the Program was first lodged at the Office of the Regional Governor (ORG) under the leadership of the
OIC- Regional Governor Mujiv S. Hataman of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in 2013. Five (5) ARMM
agencies were tasked to implement the Program such as DILG, DSWD, DAF, BFAR and DENR.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) was tasked to implement Mangrove Rehabilitation and
Protected Area Management Projects. Monitoring report showed 100% physical and financial accomplishment.
The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) is tasked to implement 26 roads and water system projects. It has a
physical accomplishment of 88% and financial accomplishment of 82.28%. Two (2) projects were cancelled in Basilan because
one overlapped with the regular project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the other one is no longer
needed as one project of DPWH was constructed that served as alternate route.
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) ARMM was tasked to implement 305 projects composed of Farm to Market
Road (FMR), pre and post -harvest facilities and agricultural inputs. It has physical accomplishment of 95.4% and 93.2%
financial accomplishment.
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR-ARMM) was mandated to implement six (6) pre-identified projects. It has
physical accomplishment of 97.56% and financial accomplishment of 68.32%.
The DSWD ARMM has a total project allocation of Php712, 583,000.00 in 2013 to cover 2,159 barangays for the implementation
of the Pillar 2, Cycle 2 CDD projects. It has a total physical accomplishment of 99.25% and 99.44% financial accomplishment.
In 2014, three (3) ARMM agencies were tasked to implement the said program. DPWH was tasked to implement 34 Roads to
Peace projects. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) was assigned to implement livelihood projects for

the 386 pre-identified barangays in ARMM and the Office of the Regional Governor (ORG) through the PAMANA Management
Office (PMO) for the implementation of the livelihood projects for the 180 Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) Communities in
the five (5) provinces of ARMM.
As of June 2016, DPWH reported 89.31% and 87.80% physical and financial accomplishment, respectively. DSWD registered
97% physical accomplishment and 96.63% financial accomplishments. Two (2) projects in Lanao del Sur is temporarily
suspended due to peace and order situation. Other areas are subject to revalidation.
Out of the 180 MNLF Coops enrolled in the Program, 135 Coops were already served. The 45 remaining Coops are those
classified under third batch approved by the PAMANA Steering Committee (PSC) and its funding is already requested to the
Department of Budget and Management (DBM) as List of Due and Demandable Accounts Payable or LDDAP. The budget is
expected to be release in July 2016.
For the 2015 PAMANA ARMM Program, DSWD is tasked to implement Pillar 2, Cycle II for the 1,777 identified barangays in
ARMM. As of this reporting period, said agency has completed 250 projects out of the 1,777. However, the regional Office has
downloaded Three Hundred Eighty Five Million Eight Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty Seven pesos
(Php385, 869,737.00) to its provincial offices.
The DPWH ARMM has started finally after awaiting the clearing and ascertaining of the stationing to be done by the 512
Engineering Brigade of the Philippine Army based in Ganasi, Upi, Maguindanao. It has physical accomplishment of 15% and
69.30% financial accomplishment as of this reporting period.
The program also provided educational assistance to sons, daughters and immediate relatives of the MNLF from the five
provinces comprising ARMM both for college and high school. 1,942 college and 1,026 high school students were given financial
assistance at the rate of Php10,000.00 and Php5,000.00 each, respectively.
The Implementing Guidelines of the 2016 PAMANA-ARMM Program implementation was prepared and approved by the
Regional Governor and the Secretary of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) where the
livelihood assistance component for the MNLF communities is lodged to the DSWD-ARMM.(Kindly refer to the organization and
implementing structures for the details). A separate implementing guideline for the implementation of the Human Development
Assistance Plan (HDAP) is also being prepared headed by the Regional Planning and Development Office (RPDO).
Finally, the Program has the following contributions as a complementary strategy on the Peace Process being pursued by the
National Government and the Moro National Liberation Front, viz:
1) Creating a more enabling and conducive environment for peace negotiations to take place
2) Broadening constituency building for overall peace making in the country
3) Deepening the exposure and involvement of government agencies in peace building work, thereby making them involved in
the overall peace process and
4) Minimizing the levels of violence in ARMM;

Background
One of the cornerstones of the Aquino Administration is a just, inclusive and lasting peace which has been embodied in the
Philippine Development Plan (PDP) of 2011-2016 through the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP)
mandated to oversee, coordinate, and integrate the implementation of the comprehensive peace process.
To strengthen this, the government has adopted a two-track approach: 1) negotiated political settlement of all armed conflict
through peace negotiations; and 2) undertaking a converged peace building programs, aimed at addressing the root causes of
conflict and issues affecting the peace process.
Thus, PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn (PAMANA) was launched as a priority program of the current leadership as
embodied in Chapter 9 (Peace and Security) of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). It serves as a framework for intervention
in the conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable areas to complement the governments peace negotiation efforts in line with its
commitment to address the causes of conflicts and issues affecting the peace process.
The PAMANA Program aims to contribute to lasting peace by achieving the following objectives: a) Reduce poverty and
vulnerability in the conflict-affected and conflictvulnerable areas; b) Improve governance; and c) Empower communities and
strengthen their capacities to address issues of conflict and peace through activities that promote social cohesion.
The basic features of PAMANA Program are more focused particularly on PAMANA Three (3) Main Pillars, namely:
1. Pillar 1. Building the Foundation for Peace. These are interventions at the macro-level that help establish the foundations
of peace and the building of communities through policy reform and development;
2. Pillar 2. Establishing Resilient Communities. This refers to micro-level interventions, which includes delivery of basic
services and goods focused on households and communities; and
3. Pillar 3. Addressing Regional Development. This refers to meso-level interventions that address local development
challenges---including constraints to local economic development, economic integration and physical and economic
connectivity improvements.
PAMANA was first implemented in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in 2011 through the national agencies.
In 2012, the implementation was coursed through the Local Government Units concerned. However, beginning 2013, PAMANA
implementation in the ARMM areas has been lodged to the Office of the Regional Governor (ORG).

In 2014, a PAMANA Steering Committee (PSC) headed by the Regional Governor, C0- Chairs by representatives from OPAPP,
WestMinCom and MNLF was organized to set policies in relative to the program implementation. Members are all heads of the
partner ARMM implementing agencies and representative of Civil Society Organizations (CSC). Also a Project Coordinating
Team (PCT) was organized at the provincial level headed by the Provincial Governor to conduct validation and assessment of
the areas and projects being proposed for approval by the PSC.
In 2016, the PAMANA Program becomes a regular project of ARMM. Project funds are lodged to the Office of the Regional
Governor. Project components include Pillar II and Pillar III that will be implemented by various ARMM Agencies such as DSWD,
DPWH, CHED, DOST, TESDA, CDA, PhilHealth, RPDO and ORG ICTO. Hence, a project implementing mechanism is devised
to suit both technical and institutional arrangements. The Project Coordinating Team (PCT) is reconstituted and renamed as
Provincial Project Management Team (PPMT) to simplify the project implementation process.
The PPMT is led by the Provincial Coordinator of DSWD with all the provincial focal persons of the ARMM partner implementing
agencies as members including the Provincial Planning and Development Coordinator of each province. The Area Managers of
OPAPP sits as observers.
The PAMANA-ARMM Program Management Office (PAPMO) coordinates, monitors and at times supervises the project
implementation. PAPMO consolidates also all the reports of the partner ARMM implementing agencies for submission to
concerned agencies such as OPAPP, DBM and concerned agencies of ARMM including the Commission on Audit (COA).

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT


MATRIX OF 2013
PAMANA ARMM PROJECTS

IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES
DILG/DPWH-ARMM
DSWD-ARMM
DAF-ARMM
BFAR-ARMM
DENR-ARMM

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DILG/DPWH 2013


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DILG/DPWHARMM
Roads, Water
Php
Systems ; Twenty
407,000,000 Six (26) projects
Less:
Php
53,000,000.00
(2 cancelled
projects in
Basilan; Funds
returned to
DBM)
Php 354,000

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

88.15%

82.28%

REMARKS

Out of twenty six (26)


targeted projects only
sixteen (16) were
completed.
These are the ten (10)
remaining projects that are
still on-going:
1.Construction of public
market in Brgy. Punay
(Pob.) Mun. of Panglima
Estino
2. Concreting of Provincial
Road traversing, Brgy.
Aratuc to Brgy. Ampuan
Mun. of Buldon
3. Concreting of Somogot
Road, Brgy. Sumugot,
Municipality of Bumbaran
4. Concreting of Salulodun
Biruar Road, Brgy.
Salulodun Biruar,
Municipality of LumbaBayabao

5. Concreting of highway
Tatayawan-Linuk provincial
road, Municipality of
Tamparan
6. Concreting of NanagunButig Road, Brgy. Nanugun,
Municipality of Butig.
7. Construction of Municipal
Road, Brgy. Lanawan,
Municipality of Tabuan-Lasa
8. Construction of Water
System (Level II), Brgy.
Lanawan, Municipality of
Tabuan-Lasa
9. Level I to III water system,
Brgy. Punay (Pob.)
Municipality of Panglima
Estino
10. Construction of concrete
Road, Brgy. Lower Taviran,
Municipality of Kabuntalan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DSWD 2013


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

DSWD-ARMM
Php 712,583,000 Cycle II ; Two

Thousand
One Hundred
Fifty Eigth
(2,158)
projects
Pilot: 385
Expansion:
1,777

99.25%

100%

REMARKS

Out Of 1,777 target


barangays, only 1,761
barangays were
funded and released
to provincial branch
offices.
Five (5) projects in
Basilan are partially
delivered. These are
Brgy. Boheibu,
Calusugan, DanitPuntucan,
Luksumbang, Sabong
all in Lamitan City.
Two (2) projects in
Basilan are still
undelivered. These
are Brgy. Boheyawas
& Simbangon all in
Lamitan City.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DAF 2013


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DAF-ARMM
Php 262,180,000 FMR, PostHarvest, AgriProduction ;
Three Hundred
Five (305)
projects

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT
95.40%

99.40%

REMARKS
Out of three hundred
five (305) total numbers
of targeted projects, only
two hundred ninety one
(291) were completed.
- Out of the 69 targeted
livelihood projects, only
64 were completed.
- Out of the 226 targeted
postharvest facilities,
only 218 were
completed.
- Out of the 10 units
targeted farm to market
road, only 9 were
completed. The
implementation of the
rest is still on-going. (As
reported by DAF-ARMM)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX BFAR 2013


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

BFAR-ARMM
Agri- Fisheries;
Php
63,511,000 Six (6) projects

PHYSICAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

97.56%

FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

68.32%

REMARKS

-The implementation of
Languyan Fish Port
project in Tawi-Tawi is still
ongoing The remaining
50% of the project funds
is scheduled to be
released awaiting
liquidation of the 1st
tranche by the Languyan
LGU.
-Final and last demand
letter to the Languyan
LGU pertaining to the fish
port project is ready to be
served.

IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DENR 2013


TYPES/NO.
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
PROJECTS
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

DENR-ARMM Mangrove
Rehabilitation and
Php
49,420,000 Protected Area
Management;
Twenty (20)
projects

100%

100%

REMARKS

Completed

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX


OF 2014
PAMANA ARMM PROJECTS

IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES
DSWD
DPWH
PAMANA-ORG-ARMM
DAF
PAO BASILAN
BFAR
DPWH
PAMANA-ARMM PMO

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DSWD 2014


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DSWD-ARMM
Php
Pillar 2, Cycle
127,380,000 III; Three
Hundred Eighty
Six (386)
projects

PHYSICAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

97%

FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

96.63%

REMARKS

No project implementation in 10 brgys in


Basilan due to the following reasons:
a) No. implementation in Brgy. Lawi
Lawi (Cycle 3, FY 2014) because
project implementation for cycle
2 (FY 2013) are still on-going.
b) CDA certificate of registration are
not yet released in the following
brgys:
Brgy
Lantawan
Proper,
Lantawan
Brgy. Parian Baunoh, Lantawan
Brgy. Upper Mahayhay, Maluso
Brgy. Upper Portholland, Maluso
Brgy. Upper Garlayan, Maluso
Townsite, Maluso
Brgy. Lower Portholland, Maluso
Brgy. Tamuk, Maluso
Brgy. South Gaunan, Maluso

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DPWH 2014


IMPLEMENTING TYPES/NO.
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
AGENCY
PROJECTS ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

DPWH-ARMM
Php
Roads to
2,052,400,000 peace; Thirty
Four (34)
projects

89.31%

87.80%

REMARKS

The implementation of
all remaining projects
are ongoing.(Concreting of
Sicubong
Circumferential Road,
Sapa Sapa-5.0kms. and
concreting of MalasaLupa Pula Bongo 7.140kms.)

Implementing
Agency

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
REPORT MATRIX
DAF 2014
TYPES/NO.
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
PROJECTS
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

MOA with DAF


REMARKS

DAF-ARMM
Php
18,432,180.00

Implementing
Agency

Livelihood
Projects
(Agricultural
Inputs,
Livestock
production,
Pre-Post
Harvest
Facilities)

100%

93%

-Remaining 7% of
the fund is on
process for payment
to the supplier under
small value
procurement such
as: pesticides, nails,
posts and vaccines

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DAF 2014


TYPES/NO.
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
PROJECTS
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

MOA with DAF


REMARKS

DAF-ARMM
Php
77,076,075.00

DAF-ARMM
Php
53,453,237.00

Integrated
Agricultural
Livelihood
Projects
with
Facilities
Integrated
Agricultural
Livelihood
Projects
with
Facilities

100%

____

100%

____

Completed

-The fund request


has been
submitted to
DBM.
-Awaiting fund
release from DBM
classified under
List of Due and
Demandable
Accounts Payable
(LDDAP).

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX PAO BASILAN 2014

Implementing
Agency

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PAO BASILAN
Php
38,509,444.00

Livelihood
Projects
(Agricultural
Inputs,
Livestocks
Production,
Pre-Post
Harvest
Facilities)

PAO BASILAN
Php
12,036,328.80

Livelihood
Projects

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

100%

MOA with PAO BAsilan


REMARKS

100%
Completed

100%

80%
The fund request for
the balance of 2M
pesos has been
submitted to DBM.
Awaiting fund release
from DBM classified
under List of Due and
Demandable Accounts
Payable (LDDAP).

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX BFAR 2014

Implementing
Agency

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

BFAR-ARMM

100%

100%

BFAR-ARMM

100%

100%

Fishing
Php 5,432, 692.00 Equipments and
Facilities
(Fishing Vessel w/
Engine [Basnig],
Payao, Motorized
Boats, NonMotorized Boats,
Establishment of
Fresh Water Fish
Cage and Feeds)

Fishing
Php, 56,004,837.00 Equipments and
Facilities

MOA with BFAR


REMARKS
Completed

Completed

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DPWH 2014


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DPWH-ARMM Small
Php
Infrastructures
38,370,000 (Warehouse,Solar
Dryer,
Open
Court
for
the
community, Deep
Well
Water
System,
Multi-Purpose
Center
and
Portable
Water
Supply)

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

88.45%

92.21%

MOA with DPWH


REMARKS

The implementation of
all remaining projects
are on-going.
- Basilan Province (Water
System Level II in Brgy.
Baungis Lantawan)- On
preparatory stage Sulu II
(construction of warehouse in
Brgy. Kalinggalang,
Caluang,Brgy. Tanduh-Tanduh,
Panama,Brgy. Suba-Suba,
Pandami,Brgy. Tulling, Siasi
and Brgy. Kaumpang, TapulOn-goingLanao II (construction
of solar drier in Brgy. Ganassi,
Campongaraya

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DPWH 2014


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DPWH-ARMM Warehouse,Solar
Php
Driers Livestock
34,800,000
shed

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

MOA with DPWH


REMARKS

-The projects in Sulu


_____

_____

st

nd

(1 & 2 District) and


Tawi-Tawi
were
already Bid-out last
March 23, 2016 to
KHADEEM
Construction.
-Notice to proceed is
already issued to the
contractor.
st
-For Maguindanao 1
nd
& 2 District are in the
process of bid
evaluation.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX


OF 2015
PAMANA ARMM PROJECTS

IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES
DSWD-ARMM
DPWH-ARMM

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DSWD-ARMM 2015


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

DSWD-ARMM Cycle II; One


Php 533,100,000 Thousand Seen
Hundred Seventy
Seven (1,777)
Projects.

PHYSICAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT

27%

59.09%

REMARKS

Out Of 1,777 target


brgys, only 1050
brgys were funded
and released to
provincial offices.
Out of 1,050 target
brgys./projects
funded, only 287
projects/brgys turnover/ completed.
Project items for
440 targeted
barangays are on
process of delivery.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DPWH 2015


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

DPWH-ARMM
Php
51,500,000

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

Road
Rehabilitat
ion and
Concreting
of Lamud,
South Upi
through
Ganasi,
Upi.; One
project

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

15%

69.30%

REMARKS

-Clearing and
ascertaining of the
stationing has
been done lately
by the 512
Engineering
Construction
Brigade based in
Ganasi, Upi,
Maguindanao
construction is ongoing

DSWD-ARMM
CHED-ARMM
TESDA-ARMM
ICTO-ORG ARMM
CDA-ARMM
PHILHEALTH-ARMM
DOST-ARMM
HDAP-ARMM

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DSWD 2016


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PAMANA
DSWD-ARMM DSWD PILLAR
II CYCLE III,
CDDP
EXPANSION
AREAS. Total
No. of Funded
Pilot Brgys.:
1,777

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

____

____

REMARKS

-Program orientation
and planning
workshop conducted
in all provinces.
- 340 barangays
ready for funding and
posted for bidding

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DSWD 2016


IMPLEMENTING TYPES/NO. PROJECTS
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
AGENCY
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

DSWD-ARMM
DSWD-ARMM PAMANA MNLF
LIVELIHOOD
ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM Budget
Allocation:
Php286,363,450.00 (1
year) Total No. of
Funded MNLF
Groups: 291

_____

____

REMARKS
- The DSWD ARMM Regional
PAMANA Management Team
focused in Reviewing and
Finalization of the Proposal per
province and other activities.
-The
Provincial
PAMANA
Management Team is in the stage of
enhancement of the Project
Proposal to be submitted to region
for final review and approval. In all
provinces Project Proposals are in
the level of the PPMT for Final
Review and ready for submission to
the region for approval.
- The DSWD ARMM RPMO set May
15, 2016 as deadline for submission
of the Project Proposal but due to
some dynamics and issues regarding
the admin cost, which is also
presented in this report, the
deadline was extended on June 15,
2016. The provincial teams are doing
their best to meet the set deadline.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX CHED and CDA 2016


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO. PROJECTS

CHEDARMM

PAMANA-ARMM MNLF
PROGRAM College
Educational Assistance
Budget
Allocation:Php114,546,000.00
Total target Beneficiaries:
1,388

CDAARMM

PAMANA-ARMM MNLF
PROGRAM Registration
of MNLF Cooperatives
for Livelihood
Assistance Program and
Capability Building

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

____

____

____

___

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX TESDA 2016

REMARKS

-Conducted
coordination meeting
with the presidents of
SUCs for scholarship
program for MNLF.
-MOA already signed
between CHED ARMM
and SUCs / HIEs last
June 3, 2016.
-Awaiting for the
submission of list of
scholarship recipients
in close coordination
with DSWD-ARMM
-MNLF cooperatives in
Maguindanao and
Lanao del Sur now
submitted to CDAARMM for registration.

IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TESDAARMM

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PAMANA-ARMM
MNLF PROGRAM
Cooperative
Advancement
through Skills
Training and
Livelihood
Enterprise
(CASTLE) Budget
Allocation: Php
45,818,000.00 Total
target Beneficiaries:
2,037

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

_____

____

REMARKS

-The project is still at


the preparatory stage.
-Work and Financial
Program prepared.
-Conducted
information
dissemination to all
the 291 MNLF coop
chairs.
-Awaiting the
submission of the list
of potential MNLF
trainees and types of
training in close
coordination with
DSWD-ARMM.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX ICTO-ORG ARMM 2016


IMPLEMENTING TYPES/NO. PROJECTS
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
AGENCY
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

ICTO-ORG PAMANA-ARMM
ARMM PROGRAMPAMANA
Free WIFI and
Internet Project for
ARMM

____

____

REMARKS

-Project design of all


identified municipalities
was completed by a
team of DOST-ICTO
Engineers.
-Conducted orientation
with LGU and
stakeholders with
actual site validation.
-The MOA is ready for
signing by concerned
parties.
-Preparation of DED in
coordination with the
ICTO-DOST and
OPAPP is on process.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX PHILHEALTH 2016


IMPLEMENTING
AGENCY

TYPES/NO.
PROJECTS

PhilHealth
Regional
OfficeARMM

PAMANAARMM MNLF
PROGRAMPhil
Health
Insurance for
selected MNLF
Cooperative
members

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

_____

____

REMARKS

-The MOA between


PhilHealth and ORG
are ready for signing.
-Awaiting the
submission of MNLF
recipients in close
coordination with
DSWD-ARMM for
processing and
eventual distribution of
PhilHealth cards.
- In the province of
Maguindanao through
the DSWD-ARMM
submitted a total of
3000 plus MNLF
members as an initial
list of recipients

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT MATRIX DOST 2016


IMPLEMENTING TYPES/NO. PROJECTS
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
AGENCY
ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOMPLISHMENT

DOSTARMM

PAMANAARMM
MNLF
CAPACITY
BUILDING
PROJECT

_____

____

REMARKS

Conducted
social
preparation
activity
(Training
Needs
assessment)
for target
MNLF coops.
Conducted
general
orientation
cum training
for TNA
enumerators.
Deployed the
TNA
enumerators in
the target
areas.

Status of ARMM HDAP Projects by Sector


Peace and Governance
List of Projects under Peace and Governance Sector
No.

Name of

Project

Project and

Cost

Contract Price

Implementing

Status

Agency

Location
1.

1.1

1.2

Rehabilitation

30,000,000

DILG-ARMM

Out of 5

and

approved

Construction of

projects, 2 are

Municipal

ongoing and 3

Government

are not yet

Centers

started.

Construction of

8,000,000

7,334,469.39

DILG-ARMM

Ongoing

Municipal Hall

construction with

Building

70 percent

(DatuAnggalMi

project

dtimbang)

completion.

Construction of

8,000,000

7,928,535.62

DILG-ARMM

The project is

Municipal Hall

ongoing and 30

Building (

percent

DatuSalibo,

completed.

Maguindanao)
1.3

Construction of

DILG-ARMM

Not yet started

3,000,000

DILG-ARMM

Not yet started

3,000,000

DILG-ARMM

Not yet started

8,000,000

7,922,708.99

Municipal Hall
Building (Shariff
Saydona
Mustapha)
1.4

Rehabilitation
of Municipal
Hall Building
(DatuPiangMag
uindanao)

1.5

Rehabilitation
of Municipal
Hall Building
(TalitayMaguin
danao)

2.

Provision of

165,000,000

9, 849,840.00

DILG-ARMM

On- going field

Potable Water

validation for

Supply System

source

confirmation,
pipe routes,
reservoir and tap
stand
3.

Activation and

15,000,000

DILG-ARMM

Strengthening

Ongoing
implementation
The training were

of Barangay
Tanod/BPATs

participated in by

and Lupon

177 barangays
and 1,770
BPAT/TANOD
members in the
15 municipalities.

4.

Creation and

950,000

DILG-ARMM

Preparatory

operation of

works had been

Municipal

completed.

Council as

However, the

KatarunganPam

actual training

barangay

will be conducted

Counterpart at

after the

the Municipal

assumption of

Level

newly elected
officials in July
2016.

5.

Organization Central

30,000,000

19,359,962.76

DILG-ARMM

Maguindanao
Development

Construction of
CMDC Peace
Center is almost

Cooperationand

40 percent

Construction of
CMDC Peace

completed as of
May 2016.

Center

Organization of
CMDC not yet
conducted.
Grand Total

240,950,000

B. Economic Sector
List of Regular HDAP Projects under Economic Sector
No.

Name Of Project

Project Cost

Implementing

Status

Agency
1.

Post-Harvest Machineries

46, 500,000.00

DAF-ARMM

90% funds
released last

March 20, 2016


Pre-bid
conference
conducted last
February 23, 2016
2

Land Survey and Land

12,000,000.00

DENR- ARMM

On-going

5,000,000.00

DOT- ARMM

Ongoing

8,800,000.00

DOST-ARMM

Ongoing

100,462,000.00

DAR- ARMM

Titling Project
3

Cultural and Heritage


Promotion cum Livelihood
Interventions

Food Processing Training,


Training on Food Safety
and Community-Based
Livelihood Projects

KalilintadsaKanggilupa

MOA signed last


March 7, 2016

Fish for Peace Projects:

61,405,000.00

BFAR- ARMM

50% funds

a) BinhiPangkapayapaan

released last

b) GamitPangkapayapaan

February 29, 2016


Not yet started

c) Post Harvest Infrastructure


Grand Total

187,667,000.00

C.

Social Sector

List of Regular HDAP Projects under Social Sector


No

Name of Project /Location

Project Cost

Implementing

Status

Agency
1

Support Services for Emergency

13,200,000.00

DepEd-ARMM

Ongoing

6,858,500.00

CHED-ARMM

Ongoing

Ongoing

For

Education Recovery and Special


Emergency Education Recovery
Program
2

College Financial Assistance


BakwitNgayon,IskolarBukas

Training on Entrepreneurship and

700,000.00

Skills Training for Out-of-School

1,400,000.00

TESDA-ARMM

Youth

implementati
on

Livelihood Projects for Solo

31,100,000.00

DSWD-ARMM

Ongoing

126,998,511.00

ARMM- HEART

Ongoing

Parent, Pregnant and Lactating


Women and Data Gathering
5

Humanitarian Assistance and


Capability Trainings

Construction of Water and Toilet

11,500,000.00

DOH-ARMM

For procurement

Facilities
7

Health Facility Enhancement

104,996,968.00

DOH-ARMM

For procurement

100,000,000.00

DOH-ARMM

For procurement

Program
8

Construction of District hospital/


IPHO Annex Hospital

D.

Infrastructure Sector

List of Projects under the Infrastructure Sector


1. Road Projects to be Implemented by DPWH-ARMM

No.

Name of Project and Location

Concreting of Nunangen-Tugal Road

Length

Amount

(km)

(in Million)

3.00

36,000,000.00

at DatuAnggalMidtimbang
2

Concreting of Philippine Trade-

Status

Pre-engineering
works

4.00

48,000,000.00

Duguengen-Tukanalipao Road

Pre-engineering
works

(Phase II) at Mamasapano


3

Concreting of Timbangan LabuLabu

2.00

24,500,000.00

Road at ShariffAguak
4

Concreting of Dilembong-Duguengen

Pre-engineering
works

1.00

12,000,000.00

Pre-engineering

Road at ShariffSaydona Mustapha


5

Concreting of Municipal Road at Datu

works
2.00

24,000,000.00

Hoffer
6

Concreting of Kayakaya-

Pre-engineering
works

1.00

12,000,000.00

Tukanalugong Road at Datu Abdullah

Pre-engineering
works

Sangki
7

Concreting of Guinibon-Sugadol Road

1.00

12,000,000.00

at Datu Abdullah Sangki


8

Concreting of Talisawa-Mao Road at

works
4.00

48,000,000.00

Datu Abdullah Sangki


9

Concreting of Nunangen-Tugal Road

Concreting of Kitango-Maganoy

Pre-engineering
works

1.50

18,000,000.00

(Phase II) at DatuAnggalMidtimbang


10

Pre-engineering

Pre-engineering
works

7.00

98,000,000.00

(Road Opening) at Datu Saudi

Pre-engineering
works

Ampatuan
11

Concreting of Malingao-Libutan Road

0.50

5,800,000.00

(Phase II Completion) at

Pre-engineering
works

Mamasapano
12

Concreting of Dado-Muntay Road

0.90

10,800,000.00

(Phase II Completion) at DatuPiang


13

Concreting of Sambolawan-Madia

Pre-engineering
works

1.00

12,000,000.00

Pre-engineering

Road at DatuSalibo

14

works

Concreting of SitioTaguan-Panang-

0.500

5,000,000.00

Balanakan Road at Datu Saudi

Pre-engineering
works

Ampatuan
15

Concreting of South Binangga-North

0.500

5,000,000.00

Binangga Road at Talayan

Pre-engineering
works

GRAND TOTAL

29.90

371,100,000.00

2. FMR Projects to be Implemented by DAF-ARM


No.

Name of Project / Location

Concreting of Bagan Kateman Road

Length

Amount

(km)

(in Million)

3.00

36,000,000.00

at Bagan, Guindulungan
2

Concreting of Pansol-Tantawan FMR

Concreting of Nunangen-Tugal FMR


(Phase I) at Brgy. Nunangen,
DatuAnggalMidtimbang

Pre-engineering
works

1.50

18,000,000.00

at Macasampen, Guindulungan
3

Status

Pre-engineering
works

2.00

20,000,000.00

Pre-engineering
works

Concreting of Midtimbang Tulunan

2.00

20,000,000.00

FMR at Brgy. Midtimbang,

Pre-engineering
works

DatuAnggalMidtimbang
5

Concreting of Tulunan-Nunangen

3.00

30,000,000.00

FMR at Brgy. Tulunan,

Pre-engineering
works

DatuAnggalMidtimbang
6

Concreting of Limpongo(PHQ)-

2.00

20,000,000.00

Talibadok FMR at Brgy. Talibadok,

Pre-engineering
works

Datu Hoffer Ampatuan


7

Concreting of Brgy. Kalipapa at

0.800

10,000,000.00

DatuPiang Brgy. Pananggilan at

Pre-engineering
works

DatuSalibo
8

Construction of Barangay Road at

0.300

3,000,000.00

Brgy. Pananggilan, DatuSalibo


9

Concreting of Lower SalbuSitioKalot

Pre-engineering
works

1.623

17,000,000.00

FMR at Brgy. Salbu, Datu Saudi

Pre-engineering
works

Ampatuan
10

Concreting of SitioKyamco

1.50

15,000,000.00

Maitumaig FMR at Datu Unsay

Pre-engineering
works

Ampatuan
11

Concreting of Macasampen Muti

2.00

24,000,000.00

Pre-engineering

FMR at PoblacionTambunan II,

works

Guindulungan
12

Concreting of Philippine Trade

5.00

60,000,000.00

Duguengen to Tukanalipao Road at

Pre-engineering
works

Mamasapano
13

Concreting of SitioDakumoya

1.20

13,000,000.00

Tukanalipao FMR at Mamasapano


14

Concreting of Talayan Matampal

works
5.00

50,000,000.00

FMR (Phase I) at Talayan


15

Concreting of Zapakan-Malibpolok at

Pre-engineering
works

2.00

20,000,000.00

Rajah Buayan
GRAND TOTAL

Pre-engineering

Pre-engineering
works

32.923

356,000,000.00

Financial Status of ARMM HDAP Projects


The ARMM-HDAP fund source is from the General Appropriations Act. For the year 2016, ARMM-HDAP has a total approved budget
allocation of Php 2,233,787,218.00. Out of the 18 implementing agencies of the ARMM-HDAP, 13 agencies have already signed MOA
and received 50 percent of their total budget for the implementation of projects. The 13 agencies are BFAR, DILG, DENR, DAF (FMR),
DepEd, DOT, DAR, DSWD, CHED, DOST, TESDA, DPWH-Mag. 2nd District and ARMM-HEART as shown in the table. The Post-Harvest
Facilities project of DAF received 90 percent of their total budget. Out of the 2.3 billion, Php 705,185,329.00 have been released to the
ARMM-HDAP implementing agencies and utilized for the ARMM-HDAP Projects equivalent to 31.75 percent.

Issues/Concerns, Recommendations and Lessons Learned by ARMM HDAP

1. Issue on Land Donation

Require LGU to submit Land Deed of


Donation

Close coordination with LGU to assist in


the settlement of the issue

2. Delay Implementation due to election


ban

Fast track project implementation after the


lifting of the election ban.

Agency

Project Cost

Released

Balance

BFAR

61,405,000.00

30,702,500.00

30,702,500

DILG

240, 950,000.00

120,475,000.00

120,475,000.00

12,000,000.00

6,000,000.00

6,000,000.00

356,000,000.00

178,000,000.00

178,000,000.00

46,500,000.00

41,850,000.00

4,650,000.00

13,200,000.00

6,600,000.00

6,600,000.00

DOT

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

DAR

100,462,000.00

50,231,000.00

50,231,000.00

31,100,000.00

15,550,000.00

15,550,000.00

DENR
DAF (FMR)
DAF (Post-Harvest
Facilities)
DepEd

DSWD

CHED

6,858,500.00

3,429,250.00

3,429,250.00

DOST

8,800,000.00

4,400,000.00

4,400,000.00

700,000.00

350,000.00

350,000.00

371,100,000.00

185,550,000.00

185,550,000.00

126,998,511.00

63,547,579.00

63,450,932.00

TESDA
nd

DPWH-MAG. 2 District
ARMM-HEART
GRAND TOTAL

1,381,074,011.00

705,185,329.00

SUKRAN

671,888,682.00

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