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Department of the Interior and Local Government

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DETAILED PROJECT PROPOSAL

I. BASIC INFORMATION
PROJECT TITLE

Construction of Seawall

PROJECT LOCATION

Barangays of Binanuahan and Cabugao


Municipality of Bato, Catanduanes

PROPONENT

Municipal Government of Bato


Bato, Catanduanes

CONTACT PERSONS

Hon. Juan T. Rodulfo


Municipal Mayor
Engr. Franklin T. Toledana
Municipal Planning & Development Coordinator
Bato, Catanduanes

BENEFICIARIES

901 Households with 4,276 individuals


(September 2014 CBMS Survey)

TOTAL PROJECT COST :

Php 5,000,000.00 (BuB Fund, DILG)


Php 1,340,000.00 (20% EDF, LGU Bato)

SOURCE OF FUND

Department of the Interior & Local Government


Municipal Government of Bato, Catanduanes

II. PROJECT DECSRIPTION


1. Brief Summary of the Project
The Project will provide security and peace of mind to residents along the coastal
areas of Barangays Binanuahan and Cabugao. It will reduce the risk of vulnerable
families from storm surge that may be caused by typhoon. The safety that the Project
will bring will encourage residents along the coastal areas to be engaged in
entrepreneurial undertakings other than fishing; therefore, help in the reduction of
poverty incidence in the target barangays.
Along with other priority poverty alleviation projects of the Municipal Government
and other National Government Agencies, the Project is expected to cause the
reduction of poverty incidence in two barangays by 30% by the end of 2017: from
62.09% to 43.58% (208 to146 households) in Barangay Binanuahan and from 48.59% to
34.10% (275 to 193 households) in Barangay Cabugao.

At the extent of Typhoon Yolanda, despite the distance, storm surge brought about
by this typhoon reaches up to a height of 5 meters, therefore totally damaging the
existing 200 linear meter sea wall. Since the protection was unleashed, 18 houses
along the coastal area were totally destroyed. This scenario has called for immediate
action to protect the residents from ravaging effect of typhoons, hence this Proposal.
The Project shall serve as extension of the approved seawall project in the identified
Barangays that was funded through the National Economic Development Authority
(NEDA).

2. Project objective
In line with the National Governments thrusts and the LGUs goal of poverty
reduction through more improved infrastructure, the main objective of the project is
to improve the living situation of the residents of the Barangays of Binanuahan and
Cabugao through the reduction to risk of families in times of calamities. It also seeks
the growth of business activity in the area which will redound towards reduction of
families living beyond poverty threshold.
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3. Expected Output
Seawall with a length of ninety (90) linear meter is the expected output of this Project

4. Total Project Cost


Source of Fund
Department of the Interior and Local
Government
Municipal
Government
of
Bato,
Catanduanes
(20% EDF)
Municipal
Government
of
Bato,
Catanduanes
(Other Sources)
Beneficiaries

Amount
5,000,000.00

% Share
78.30%

1,340,000.00

20.99%

26,500.00

0.41%

21.40%

19,000.00

0.30%

5. Target Beneficiaries
The beneficiaries of the project are the whole residents of Barangays Cabugao
consisting of 566 households with 2592 individuals, and Barangay Binanuahan
composed of 335 households with 1684 individuals (September 2014 CBMS Survey)

6. Project Partners
The administration of the Project will be a joint undertaking of the Department of the
Interior and Local Government, the Municipal Government of Bato and the
Barangays of Binanuahan and Cabugao. In the barangay level, the direct partner
during the construction phase is the Barangay Council. They shall assist in ensuring the
workability of the seawall as protection against surges caused by typhoon. Municipal
Government shall facilitate all necessary undertakings to assure the sound
implementation of the Project.

III. Project Components and Implementation Schedule


A. Time table of Activities
Activities

Date

1. Conduct of Seawall Assessment


and community consultation

December, 2015

2. Preparation and submission of


Project Proposal, Program of Work
and Detailed Engineering Design
3. Approval and submission of SB
Resolution approving the list of
Poverty Reduction Projects and
authorizing the LCE to enter into
MOA regarding Project
implementation
4. Preparation,
submission
and
approval
of
other
necessary
materials

December, 2015

5. MOA signing and transfer of fund

February, 2016

6. Project Implementation
a. Procurement Period
b.

Construction of Seawall

7. Liquidation of Expenses through


preparation and submission of
Statement of Expenditures (SOE)
and Receipt of Disbursement
8. Project Monitoring

December, 2015

February, 2016

March May,
2016
June-November,
2016
December, 2016

December, 2016
onwards

Responsible Agency / Office


Municipal Engineering Office,
Municipal Planning and
Development Office
Municipal Engineering Office,
Municipal Planning and
Development Office
Office of the Sangguniang
Bayan, Office of the Mayor

Municipal
Planning
and
Development
Office,
DILG
Provincial Office, DILG Regional
Office No. 5
Office of the Mayor, DILG
Provincial Office, DILG Regional
Office No. 5
BAC, GSO
Municipal Engineering Office
Municipal Engineering Office,
Municipal Treasurer, Municipal
Accountant, Auditor, DILG
Provincial Office, DILG Regional
Office No. 5
Project Monitoring Committee,
Municipal Engineering Office,
Municipal Planning and
Development Office

B. Work and Financial Plan


Project Component /
Particular
A. Pre-Implementation
Phase
1. Conduct of Seawall
Assessment and
community consultation
2. Preparation and
submission of Project
Proposal, Program of
Work and Detailed
Engineering Design
3. Approval and
submission of SB
Resolution approving
the list of Poverty
Reduction Projects and
authorizing the LCE to
enter into MOA
regarding Project
implementation
4. Preparation, submission
and approval of other
necessary documents
and materials
5. MOA signing and
transfer of fund
Sub-Total
B. Implementation Phase
1. Procurement Process
2. Construction of Seawall

3. Liquidation of Expenses
through preparation
and submission of
Statement of
Expenditures (SOE) and
Receipt of Disbursement
Subtotal
C. Project Monitoring /
Post
Implementation
Phase
1. Project Monitoring
Sub-Total
TOTAL PROJECT COST
Project Share (%)

Physical
Target

Cost per
Item

Financial Requirements
Beneficia
ry Equity

4,000.00

LGU-Bato

DILG

Total

6,000.00

10,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

16,000.00

20,000.00

4,000.00

90 l.m

15,000.00
(in-kind:
labor)
500.00

4,000.00
1,340,000.00
(20% EDF)

5,000,000.00

500.00

15,000.00

1,340,500.00

19,000.00
0.30%

10,000.00
10,000.00
1,366,500.00
21.40%

10,000.00

2,000.00
6,355,000.00

500.00

5,000,000.00

5,000,000.00
78.30%

6,470,500.00

10,000.00
10,000.00
6,385,500.00

IV. Project Management


The Municipal Engineering Office shall be the in-charge in implementation of the
Project. Safety and health in the undertakings shall be ensured at all times during the
construction phase. The Project Monitoring Committee of the Municipal Development
Council and the CSO project monitoring team shall also monitor the project in its
implementation phase up to its completion to ensure the appropriateness of
construction.

V. Project Sustainability
Achieving a sustainable rural infrastructure project is a key to poverty alleviation.
Furthermore, community organizing and the active participation of beneficiaries and
other stakeholders in various activities during project planning and implementation
can encourage sustainability in the realization of the project.
Once completed, the project shall be turned over to Barangays of Binanuahan and
Cabugao through the Barangay Council. For the sustainability of the project, the
Municipal Local Government Unit thru the Municipal Engineering Office shall ensure
that Detailed Engineering Design and Specifications are carefully followed during the
construction phase. Maintenance of project after completion will be shouldered by
the municipal government through its Economic Development Fund.