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Submitted by:
Lisly P. Dizon

Submitted to:
Ms. Reizel L. Asaytuno


I. Description

A. Project Title

Rehabilitation of Water System

B. Project Location

Bote, Bato, Catanduanes

C. Brief Summary of the Project

The project primarily intends to decrease the poverty incidence in the barangay, in
line with the thrust of the National Government which is directed towards poverty
reduction. It will provide 221 HHs in the barangay an access to clean and safe water. It
also seeks to eliminate the incidence of water-borne diseases in the barangay which was
recorded at 55 cases of skin diseases during the preceding year.

As the more serious sickness which may be brought about by unsafe water will
drain the budget of the family, availability of safe drinking water is a must to every
household. Easy access to safe water will also result to savings in time of family members
which will pave way for the accomplishment of other profitable undertakings.

Although 90.5% percent of the households have water connections provided by

the barangay, it failed to provide them with sufficient supply of clean and potable water.
As such, there is a necessity to tap the appropriate water source in the barangay through
the SALINTUBIG program of the DILG.

The project will augment LGU’s undertaking in improving the water system of the
barangay through its Economic Development Fund. Barangay Bote has also spent part of
its development fund for the said water system, accomplishing the construction of the
existing water tank that has a capacity of 21.6 cu. m and laying of the existing pipelines
of the barangay water system.

D. Project Goals and Objectives

In general, the project is aimed at reducing the poverty threshold of the barangay
from 80% to 65%. Specifically, it will provide the 1,105 individuals in 221 households in
the barangay an access to safe drinking water. It will also promote good health and cause
the eradication of water-borne diseases; and will reduce the time allotted by family
members in fetching water, thus savings in time would provide for the accomplishment of
other lucrative activities.

E. Total Project Cost

Table 1. Total Project Cost and percentage of contribution

Source of Fund Amount % Share
Department of the Interior and Local 900,000.00 85.5%
Municipal Government of Bato, 90,000.00 12.5%
Catanduanes (direct counterpart)
(fund provision to other
Beneficiaries 21,000.00 2%

F. Target Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of the project are the whole residence of Barangay Bote. With
proper management, it will give them abundant supply of safe and clean water which will
also prevent them from being afflicted by diseases caused by contaminated water. The
easy access to a potable water supply will also result to savings in time in fetching
drinking water, therefore, would give time to residents to accomplish other profitable

G. Project Partners

In the barangay level, the direct partner during the construction phase is the Barangay
Council. Other organizations in the barangay such as the purok, youth and women’s
organization will contribute to labor component of project construction. Once operational,
the Barangay Bote Water and Sanitation Association with the assistance of the Barangay
Council and the Municipal Government will take charge in the operation and maintenance
of the project.

H. Technical Evaluation

The proposed water tank will be constructed within the mountainous terrain having an
elevation of 73.24 meters and distance of 3.069 kilometers from the service area. With
slopes ranging from 8-15 percent and soil components primarily made of Luciana clay,
the site is not susceptible to landslide and erosion. Also, the proposed site is not
susceptible to excessive surface run-off or flooding, not located near an active fault line,
and will not disturb any historical and monumental markers.

II. Project Components and Implementation Schedule

Table 2. Time table of Activities

Activities Date Responsible Agency /
1. Creation of Municipal April 10, 2014 Office of the Mayor
Water and Sanitation
(WATSAN) Council and
Water and Sanitation
(WATSAN) Team or
Project Management Unit
2. Authorization of the April 14, 2014 Office of the Sangguniang
Mayor to enter into a Bayan
MOA through SB
3. Conduct of community April 21, 2014 WATSAN, Barangay
consultation Council
4. Water sources inventory April-May, 2014 WATSAN, Barangay
Council, Municipal
Engineering Office
5. Organization/Reactivation April, 2014 WATSAN, Barangay
of Barangay Bote Water Council
and Sanitation Association
6. Preparation, submission April – September, 2014 WATSAN, DILG
and approval of the Provincial Office, DILG
required documents and Regional Office No. 5
other necessary materials
7. MOA signing and transfer October, 2014 Office of the Mayor, DILG
of fund Provincial Office, DILG
Regional Office No. 5,
8. Project Implementation
a. Procurement and October, 2014 BAC, GSO
Delivery of Supplies
and Materials
b. Construction of Water October-December, 2014 Municipal Engineering
Tank and Pipe Laying Office, Barangay Council,
People’s Organization
(Purok, Youth and
Women), WATSAN (Bote
and MLGU)
c. Liquidation of December, 2014 WATSAN, Municipal
Expenses through Treasurer, Municipal
preparation and Accountant, Auditor, DILG
submission of Provincial Office, DILG
Statement of Regional Office No. 5
Expenditures (SOE)
and Receipt of
d. Inauguration and December, 2014 Office of the Mayor,
Transfer of Project Barangay Council, Bote
Management to Bote Water and Sanitation
Water and Sanitation Association, LGU-
Association WATSAN
e. Project Monitoring October 2014 onwards Project Management Unit /

III. Work and Financial Plan

Table 3. Work and Financial Plan

Physi Financial Requirements
Project Component / Particular per Beneficia LGU-
Targe DILG Total
Item ry Equity Bato
A. Pre-Implementation Phase
1. Creation of Municipal Water and 1,000.0 1,000.00 1,000.00
Sanitation (WATSAN) Council 0
and Water and Sanitation
(WATSAN) Team or Project
Management Unit (PMU)
2. Authorization of the Mayor to
enter into a MOA through SB
3. Conduct of community 3,000.0 3,000.00 3,000.00
consultation 0
4. Water sources inventory 12,000. 12,000.0 12,000.00
(including salaries/wages of 00 0
permanent/casual employees)
5. Organization/Reactivation of 1,000.0 1,000.00 1,000.00
Barangay Bote Water and 0
Sanitation Association
6. Preparation, submission and 10,000. 10,000.0 10,000.00
approval of the required 00 0
documents and other necessary
materials (including water
7. MOA signing and transfer of 5,000.0 5,000.00 5,000.00
fund 0
Sub-Total 1,000.00 31,000.0 32,000.00
B. Implementation Phase
1. Procurement and Delivery of
Supplies and Materials
2. Construction of filtration tank, 20,000.0 90,000.0 900,000. 1,010,000.
reservoir, water impounding 0 0 00 00
structure and pipe laying (in-kind:
(Materials, Labor and labor)
3. Liquidation of Expenses through 500.00 500.00 500.00
preparation and submission of
Statement of Expenditures (SOE)
and Receipt of Disbursement
4. Inauguration and Transfer of 5,000.0 5,000.00 5,000.00
Project Management to Bote 0
Water and Sanitation Association
Subtotal 20,000.0 95,500.0 1,015,500.
0 0 00
C. Project Monitoring /
Post Implementation Phase
1. Project Monitoring 5,000.0 5,000.00 5,000.00
Sub-Total 5,000.00 5,000.00
TOTAL PROJECT COST 21,000.0 131,500. 900,000. 1,052,500.
0 00 00 00
Project Share (%) 2% 12.5% 85.5%

IV. Project Management

The Municipal Water and Sanitation Council shall be the over-all in-charged
in ensuring the sound implementation of the Project. The Municipal Water and
Sanitation Team shall function as the Project Management Unit. They shall oversee
the project in its construction phase and shall be directly accountable in the imposition
of proper on-and-post project management scheme, internal monitoring and
evaluation procedures.

V. Project Sustainability

Once completed, the project shall be turned over to the Bote Water and
Sanitation Association and shall be directly responsible for the operation and
management of the project. Water fee shall be imposed at the rate of P20.00 per
household to cover monthly operational expenses and to cover future repair and
replacement of pipes and other materials and facilities.