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Manual on Sectoral and Barangay Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System

Manual on Sectoral and Barangay Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System

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 Manual
 
on
 
Sectoral
 
and
 
Barangay
 
Planning,
 
Programming
 
and
 
Budgeting
 
System
 
VOLUME
 
V
 
ANNEX
 
B
 
MANUAL
ON SECTORAL AND BARANGAYPLANNING, PROGRAMMING, AND BUDGETING SYSTEM 
1.0 INTRODUCTION
Comprehensive Land Use Planning puts into practice the essence of localautonomy among LGUs. This continuum of processes and its outputs which come in theform of a Development Plan, Investment Programs and City Budget set the directionwhich the City of Makati has to take to enable itself together with the key developmentpartners to realize their fullest development as a self-reliant highly urbanized communityand to transform themselves into active partners in the attainment of national goals.This Manual covers the issues, problems and concerns that the City faces as wellas considers the financial environment where it operates.
1.1 Aims of the Guidelines
This aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of the major developmentissues and challenges facing the City of Makati. Important concepts and processes aredefined here to provide an introduction to the language of development planners,investment programmers and fiscal managers.This also intends to assist City Government Departments, Sectoral Groups andBarangay Councils in undertaking development planning, investment programming andbudgeting. Flowcharts, worksheets and forms are provided as tools in facilitating thepreparation of the Medium-Term Development Plan, Annual Investment Plan, BarangayDevelopment Plan, SK Development Plan, and Annual City Budget.
1.2 Learning Objectives
 
To appreciate and understand the dynamics of the local development planning,investment programming and budgeting
 
To describe the roles of the stakeholders in all stages of local development planning,investment programming and budgeting
 
To institutionalize the processes identified and apply the concepts and toolspresented
 
To list the issues that the City must consider and prioritize, and assess its financialcapability and potential
 
To come up with a Medium-Term Development Plan, Annual Investment Plan,Barangay Development Plan, SK Development Plan, and City Budget which areresponsive to the needs of the key stakeholders and the goals set in the Ten-YearDevelopment Agenda for the City of Makati
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 Manual
 
on
 
Sectoral
 
and
 
Barangay
 
Planning,
 
Programming
 
and
 
Budgeting
 
System
 
VOLUME
 
V
 
ANNEX
 
B
 
1.3 Methodologies
Interactive discussion, workshops, consultation,participative and technical assessments are among themethodologies to be employed in the process of undertakingdevelopment planning-investment programming and budgeting.
2.0 CONCEPTS, LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND PROCESSES2.1 Legal Mandate
Development planning is mandated by law. The LocalGovernment Code pf 1981 (R.A. 7160); The Urban Developmentand Housing Act of 1992 (RA 7279);; and The Social Reform andPoverty Alleviation Act of 1997 (R.A. 8425) all mandated theformulation of local development plans.As defined by the Local Government Code, the barangayis
“the primary planning and implementing unit of government policies, plans, programs, projects and activities in the community,and as a forum wherein the collective views of the people may be expressed crystallized and considered” 
Furthermore, the Local Government Code also stipulatedthe creation of barangay development councils. Sec. 106 statesthat “each local government unit (including barangays) shall havea comprehensive multi-sectoral development plan to be initiatedby its development council and approved by its sanggunian. Forthis purpose, the development council at the barangay level shallassist the corresponding sanggunian
in setting the direction of economic and social development, and coordinating development efforts within its territorial jurisdiction.” 
VisionSetting/ ReviewGettingOrganizedSituationAnalysisGoals &Objectives,TargetSettingFormulationof PoliciesEvaluation& Selectionof StrategyDetailing ofChosenStrategyPlanImplementationMonitoring,Evaluation andFeedbackGenerationofStrategies
Figure 1Local DevelopmentPlanning Process
 
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 Manual
 
on
 
Sectoral
 
and
 
Barangay
 
Planning,
 
Programming
 
and
 
Budgeting
 
System
 
VOLUME
 
V
 
ANNEX
 
B
 
PHILIPPINE LEGISLATION, MANDATED DEVELOPMENT PLANSAND PARTICIPATORY PLANNING POLICIES
The LocalGovernment Code of1991 (RA 7160)
The
Comprehensive Land Use Plan(CLUP)
which is a long-term guide forthe development of the arealegislated through the ZoningOrdinance covering 10-15 years
The
Comprehensive DevelopmentPlan (CDP
) which is a medium-termplan of action implementing theCLUP that can cover a period of 3-6years
 
The Local DevelopmentInvestment Plan (LDIP
) which is ashort-term plan containing theprograms and projects based on theCLUP and CDP which covers aperiod of 3 years
The
Annual Investment Plan
whichis a tool for annually linking theapproved CDP and LDIP with theannual City BudgetBook 1, Chapter 1, Section 3 (j)& (1)Book 1, Chapter 4, Section 34,states that “local governmentunits should
promote theestablishment and operationof people’s and non-governmental organizations
 to become active partners in thepursuit of local autonomy.”Book 3, Section 476, b (7),describes among theresponsibilities of the CityPlanning and DevelopmentCoordinator to “
promotepeople participation indevelopment planning
withinthe local government unitconcerned.”The UrbanDevelopment andHousing Act of 1992(RA 7279)
The
National Urban Developmentand Housing Framework
, preparedby the Housing and Land UseRegulatory Board every five years,refers to the comprehensive plan forurban and urbanizable areas aimedat achieving the objectives of theUrban Development and HousingProgramArticle 1, Section 2 (e):
Encourage more people’sparticipation
in the urbandevelopment process.The Social Reformand PovertyAlleviation Act of1997 (RA 8425)
An area-based, sectoral and focusedintervention to poverty alleviation toinstitutionalize and enhance the
Social Reform Agenda (SRA)
whichembodies the results of the series ofconsultations and summits on povertyalleviation.Section 2, 4 (b): The SRA shallbe enhanced by government in
equal partnership with thedifferent sectors throughappropriate and meaningfulconsultations andparticipation in governance
.Section 5 (6):
Institutionalization of basicsectoral and NGOparticipation in effectiveplanning, decision-making,implementation, monitoringand evaluation
of the SRA atall levels.
The Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Local Government Codeprovided that the barangay development council shall have the following functions:
mobilize people’s participation in local development efforts; prepare barangay development plans; and monitor and evaluate the implementation of national or local programs and projects.” 
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