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Tuesday, 14 July 2009 01:03

Status of Implementation of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program for the Indigenous People in the Philippines

As of December 2011

 

Download: Status of Pantawid Pamilya IP

 

 

Download: Pantawid Pamilya IP Implementation Plans for 2012

 

 

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES POLICY FRAMEWORK (IPPF) (DSWD MC No. O1 s. of 2009)

 

GOALS:

1.  Ensure full & meaningful IP participation/ empowerment                       
2.  Promotion of IP’s rights
3.  Protection from any adverse results during the development processes

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES POLICY FRAMEWORK (IPPF)

 

POLICY CONTEXT:

1.  Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA Law): the rights of IP to informed and intelligent participation in the formation and implementation of any projects initiated by government and other entities.
2.  UN Declaration on the Rights of the IPs : Right of IP to participate in the decision making on matters affecting their rights.
3.  WB Policy on IPs (OP 4 .10) : All WB Assisted projects to consider IP communities in the design and implementation of the projects.

 

 

 

Basic IP Information

 

Total IP Population in the Philippines

Base on 2007 Census

 14.9M

 Total No. of IP Municipalities

Based on CADT Records from NCIP

 206
 Total No.of Tribes being served by the Program
 110
 Total No. of IP Municipalities Covered by Pantawid Pamilya (Sets 1-5)
 204 (99.5%)

 Total No. of Pantawid IP Beneficiaries

As of Deceber 31,2012

 450,236

 Actual No. of IP Households per Region

 

REGION

SET 1

SET 2

SET 3

SET 4

CAR

   10,232

 

    2,333

  11,607

  24,172

NCR

            694

             1

             80

        427

     1,202

I

            884

     1,665

   3,094

       1,768

   7,411

II

                 803

 

        3,923

         5,438

  10,164

III

               255

 

      2,456

           265

       2,976

IV-A

             331

 

       736

       765

    1,832

IV-B

        4,087

        4,825

      8,649

11,856

29,417

V

            11

      117

       112

  1,633

      1,873

VI

                   31

       1,384

         395

        3,525

       5,335

VII

                  30

 

          1,495

         1,143

         2,668

VIII

              174

              159

           248

          346

         927

IX

     3,541

   27,287

       4,126

    26,536

   61,490

X

     6,036

        4,172

        5,216

 21,264

36,688

XI

      1,373

    31,710

       3,314

 26,998

 63,395

XII

                32

          9,306

      6,540

      38,182

    54,060

CARAGA

11,282

      5,782

  2,816

   5,516

  25,396

ARMM

     737

      7,714

38,443

74,336

121,230

Grand Total

40,533

   94,122

83,976

231,605

450,236


 

Total IP Households: 450,236

as of December 31, 2011

Top 10 IP Tribal Groups with most Number of Household Beneficiaries

 

RANK

REGION(S)

TRIBES

NO. OF HH

%

1

IX

Subanen

37,505

8.33

2

XI, XII, CARAGA

Manobo

10,609

2.35

3

ARMM

Teduray

5,864

1.30

4

X

Higaonon

5,688

1.26

5

ARMM

Yakan

4,801

1.06

6

ARMM

Sama-Bajau

4,564

1.01

7

ARMM

Sama

4,432

0.98

8

XI

Tagakaulo

4,219

0.93

9

XII

Blaan

4,171

0.92

10

II

Ibanag

4,151

0.92

Pantawid Pamilya IP Tribal Mapping as of December 2011

 Status of Implementation and Updates

Inclusion of all IP areas in the Program
The remaining one municipality (It-Bayat Batanes) will be included in the Set 6 of the Program

Inclusion of IP beneficiaries in the Program
Set 5 registration prioritizing the all IP areas - DONE as of February 9, 2012

Disaggregation of IP beneficiaries by tribe
Completed the IP Tribal Profiling/ Mapping
Generated Data;
-   All 110 tribes are represented and being serve by the Program (mostly from Mindanao)
-   Identified 1,005 IP Tribal Leaders and established their Contact Information

Orientation of IP Regional Focal Person on IPPF, Basic IRR of IPRA Law and IP Institutional Plan
Orientation conducted at;
-  FO’ s VI, VII and VIII – Sept. 2, 2011 at Ilo-ilo City;
-  FO’s IX, XII and ARMM – Sept. 16, 2011 at Zamboanga City;
-  FO’s CARAGA, XI and X Sept 16 at CDO City and
-  FO’s I-V – Sept. 25, 2011in Manila.

Strengthening of networking/partnership with CSOs in the provision of support services to the IPs, e.g. literacy and livelihood.
-  Conducted CSO Conference Workshop  last Sep. 4-7
-  CSOs pronounced their commitment in supporting the Informal Learning System and conduct of FDS for the IP

Documentation/Research/Evaluation on implementation of 4Ps in IP areas.
-  Conducted FGD for Tribal Leaders and IP Beneficiaries ended last Nov. 29, 2011
-  DPB completed the impact study of the Pantawid Pamilya Program to IP beneficiaries.  

Enhancement of the FDS Manual and development of simplified and user friendly Training Aids  for both IP and non IP parent leaders
-  IP sensitive, simplified and localized version of FDS Manual (On going rollout to Field Offices)
-  Inclusion of IP topic in the FDS module (Basic information of IP traditional beliefs and culture, IPRA Law and IKSP for Sustainable Agriculture)

Hiring of the IP Focal Persons
-  Assigned 1 NPMO IP Focal Person
-  Hired 16 IP Regional Worker

-  NPMO: 3 Technical Staff

-  RPMO: 25 Technical and Admin Staff

-  City/Municipal Links: 40 Staff

-  A Total of 68 Staff

Glossary of Acronyms

CADT - Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title
CSO - Civil Society Organization
FDS - Family Development Session
FO - Field Offices
FGD - Focus Group Discussion
IPKSP - Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Practices
IP - Indigenous People
IPPF - Indigenous Peoples Policy Framework
IPRA Law - Republic Act No. 8371 Indigenous Peoples Rights Act
NCIP - National Commission on Indigenous People
NPMO – National Project Management Office
Pantawid Pamilya - Pantawid Pamilya ng Pilipino Program
PL - Parent Leader
RPMO – Regional Project Management Office
WB - World Bank
WB OP - World Bank Operational Policy

 

 
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