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A PROJECT PROPOSAL TO A GULAYAN SA PAARALAN

JORALD D. TUVILLA
AGRIPINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1. INTRODUCTION:
One of the priority projects of the Department of Education is the improvement of the
nutritional status of school children. Every school was advised to give supplemental feeding.
Budget of which is taken from the 35% of the school canteen proceed. The minimal amount
could not suffice the finances of the agenda so that schools were encouraged to put up Gulayan
sa Paaralan to augment the funds and to met the objective.
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From these, AGRIPINA Elementary School, is in need of fund to finance


the Gulayan Project. Thus, the gpp coordinator and stakeholders of this school
humbly request for a Supplemental Grant to sustain the need of the beneficiaries
and gulayan sa paaralan program.needs of 152 pupils from Kindergarten to Grade
VI specifically the 15 children under the Severely Wasted Nutritional Status.
THE PROJECT
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Project Title: Gulayan sa Paaralan Project


Target Beneficiaries: 100 Wasted Pupils
Project Time Frame: May 7, 2017 to March, 2018
Total Project Cost:
Php10,000.00

THE PROPONENTS:
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JORALD D. TUVILLA GPP COORDINATOR


CRESANTO E. MULLET-ASSISTANT GPP COORDINATOR
GRACE A. TUVILLA-GPP TREASURER

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AGRIPINA Elementary School,


SANTA CRUZ SOUTH DISTRICT

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Contact Numbers: 09219912638

2. JUSTIFICATION FOR GRANT REQUEST


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RATIONALE
The department of education mandated every school both elementary and
secondary to put up a productive and successful vegetable garden under
the Gulayan Sa Paaralan Program. The program aims to boost the
awareness of the young children on the significance of growing vegetables
through the Gulayan sa Paaralan program. Under the said project, the
vegetables should be organically-grown in plots and in empty containers
to mini-mize expenses. Furthermore, it would help and train the students
to refrain from consuming foods with chemicals derive from
Pesticide/Insecticide which is considered health hazards. And since the
vegetables are chemical-free, those are safe to use in the school feeding
program.

In connection with these the government mandated to implement NGP in every


school. For efficient and effective implementation of the National Greening Program
(NGP) pursuant to Section 5.2 of Executive Order (EO) No. 26, s. 2011 and DepEd
Memorandum No. 58, s. 2011 entitled Creating the Task Force on National Greening
Program, the Department of Education (DepEd) issues these guidelines to concretize

directions in the implementation of the National Greening Program (NGP).


These guidelines integrate the gulayan sa paaralan, ecological solid waste
management and tree growing and caring as key components to attain the goals of DepEd on
poverty reduction, food security, biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation and
adaptation. All other programs and projects related therein shall be integrated under NGP.
The NGP shall be implemented in all public elementary and secondary schools
nationwide by establishing vegetable gardens to serve as food basket/main source of
commodities to sustain supplementary feeding, practice waste management principles
such as minimization, segregation at source, reduction, recycling, re-use and
composting, establish nurseries/seed banks for the propagation of vegetable seedlings,
fruit-bearing trees and small trees or saplings, and support the tree planting activity in
schools and in the communities.
Align with this, the school GPP Coordinators humbly request for the inclusion
of the 2017 budget for the implementation of Integrated Gulayan Sa Paaralan And
Solid Waste Management Program.
3. GENERAL STRATEGIES
The schools general strategies for the project are as follows;
1. Improving the vegetable gardens by grade level.
2. Purchasing good variety vegetable seeds.
3. Putting up of trellises.
4. Planting good varieties of vegetables.
5. Taking care of the plants.
6. Harvest and give supplemental feeding to nutritionally severely wasted children.
OBJECTIVES:
The following are the objectives for the realization of the project.
At the end of the targeted implementation dates the following are achieved;
1. improved vegetable gardens by grade level.
2. purchased good variety of vegetable seeds.
3. put up trellises for perennial vine plants.
4. taking care of the vegetables/plants
4.harvested good quality vegetables and gave supplemental feeding to severely
wasted pupils.
4. DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES
The school head together with the internal and external stakeholders will meet to
talk about the different activities to be undertaken during the implementation of the
program.
4.1.

Mobilization and Organizing Implementation


4.1.1. Inform the parents and teachers about the program. Tell the coverage of
expenditure to be undertaken.
4.1.2. Create working committees needed.
4.1.3. Create guidelines for the proper implementation of the project.

4.2.

Implementation of the Project


4.2.1. Each class shall work with the HRPTA for the realization of the above

cited objectives.
4.2.2 Vegetable Garden Design

4.3.

Internal Monitoring & Evaluation


The programs/ activities shall be monitored by each of the chairman of the
different committees with the supervision of the School Head. All activities shall
be documented supported with photos. The class who harvested the highest
volume shall be awarded with certificate of recognition.

5. INDICATIVE SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES


Activities

April

May
7

1. coordinator submit the


budget proposal
2.Accomplishing of Project
Proposal
3. Submission of project
proposal
4. Canvassing/ Purchasing of
the materials
5. Fixing and planting the
gardens
8. Monitoring of the activities
9. Final Evaluation
10. Making of Report
11. Reporting /Liquidating

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JuneJuly
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AugustJanuary

FebruaryMarch