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2017

BOTTOM-UP BUDGETING (BuB) MENU OF PROGRAMS

ANNEX B

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Agency Code

Implementing National Government Agency (NGA)

Abbreviation

Agency Category

Total no. of programs

Page

2017-01

Department of Agriculture

DA

CAB

44

2 7

2017-02

Department of Education

DepEd

CAB

11

8 10

2017-03

Department of Energy

DOE

CAB

11

2017-04

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

DENR

CAB

12 16

2017-05

Department of Health

DOH

CAB

15

17 24, 74

2017-06

Department of Labor and Employment

DOLE

CAB

25 27

2017-07

Department of Social Welfare and Development

DSWD

CAB

28 37

2017-08

Department of the Interior and Local Government

DILG

CAB

38 44

2017-09

Department of Tourism

DOT

CAB

45 46

2017-10

Department of Trade and Industry

DTI

CAB

47 51

2017-11

Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources

BFAR

AA-DA

52 54

2017-12

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

TESDA

AA-DOLE

15

55 64

2017-13

National Electrification Administration

NEA

GOCC

65 66

2017-14

Philippine Coconut Authority

PCA

GOCC

67 68

2017-15

National Anti-Poverty Commission

NAPC

OEO

69

2017-16

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

NCIP

OEO

70 73


LEGEND FOR AGENCY CATEGORY:
CAB Cabinet Agency
AA Attached Agency


GOCC Government-Owned and/or Controlled Corporations
OEO Other Executive Offices

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Agriculture
1.

2.

3.

Rice Program Small



Water Impounding
Project

Rice Program Small



Diversion Dam (SDD)

Rice Program

Shallow Tube Well
(STW)

2017-01001

2017-01002

2017-01003

SWIP ang tawag sa dam na gawa sa tinambak at


siniksik na lupa. Ito ay itinatayo sa isang makitid na
patag na lupa na napapalibutan ng mga bulubundukin.

Ang SWIP ay magsasahod at mag-iipon ng ulan upang
magamit sa pagpapatubig sa panahon ng tag-araw. Ito
ay may taas na 5-15 metro at aabot ng10 milyon ang
halaga.
Diversion Dam ang tawag sa konkreto o gawa sa
malalaking bato na istruktura na nakaharang sa ilog
para mapataas ang level ng tubig sa ilog upang
maidaloy sa mga irrigation canals patungo sa ating
mga pananim.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

Project includes pump and engine set and accessories

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

1.
2.
3.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.

4.

5.

Rice Program Small



Farm Reservoir (SFR)

Rice Program Spring



Development

2017-01004

2017-01005

Small Farm Reservoir ang tawag sa maliit na dam na


gawa sat inambak at siniksik na lupa.

Ito ay nag-iipon ng tubig-ulan upang magamit sa
irigasyon sa panahon ng tag-araw. Ito ay may laki na
300 2,000 sq.m. at may taas na 4 metro.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

1.
2.
3.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

1.
2.
3.

Rice Program Pump



Irrigation Systems for
Open Source (PISOS)
7. Rice Program Rice

Drum Seeder
6.

2017-01006
2017-01007

Presence of open water source. Includes engine and


pump. (75-100mm diameter) Service area (3 ha.) 3-5
beneficiaries
The Drum seeder is a manually operated direct
seeding farm implement. It consists of many drums.
Each drum seeder consists of two mud floater wheels
made from medium density polyethylene plastic.

The rice drum seeder has two mud floaters / ground
wheels installed at both ends. As the mud floater
wheels rotate, the seeds from the drums drop from the
holes to the mud.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative

1.
2.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

Number of rice farm hectares


to be irrigated
Number of rice farmers to
benefit
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop

Maximum of
P3,000,000.00 for new
construction and
P2,500,000.00 for
rehabilitation/
improvement

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Number of rice farm hectares


to be irrigated.
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Number of rice farm hectares
to be irrigated
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Number of rice farm hectares
to be irrigated
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Number of rice farm hectares
to be irrigated
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Number of rice farm hectares
to be irrigated
Name of farmers

Maximum of P120,000.00
for new construction and
P60,000.00 for
rehabilitation/
improvement

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

P43,000.00 P90,000.00
depending on the type of
pump and engine set

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

P40,000.00 per unit


equivalent to about
500m3 or P20,000.00 per
unit equivalent to about
300m3 of excavation and
embankment
Maximum of
P100,000.00/ha.

P110,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

P7,500.00/unit

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Agriculture
8.

Rice Program Rice



Transplanter

2017-01008

A specialized transplanter fitted to transplant rice


seedlings onto paddy field.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P300,000.00/unit

9.

Rice Program Power



Tiller

2017-01009

A power tiller, also called a rotary tiller, rototiller,


rotavator, or rotary hoe or plow, is a device used to
cultivate soil.

This machine has tines or blades that rotate to turn the
soil by means of a motor.
Vehicle with a gasoline or diesel engine and large rear
wheels or endless belt treads, used for pulling farm
machinery, hauling loads, etc.

Two-wheel tractors are normally powered by 6-12 kw
gasoline or diesel engines and are fitted with either
rubber tires or steel cage wheels. It can plow 1 ha/day.
A machine that combines harvesting, threshing,
cleaning, and bagging in one operation as it moves
over the field.
Capacity (1.5 tons/ha.)

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P130,000.00/unit

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P130,000.00/unit

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P1,500,000.00
P2,000,000.00

Recipient Seed grower association

P80,000.00/unit

A machine that cuts the rice plants at desired height


and release the cur crop in windrows to facilitate
manual gathering.

It requires two operators and has a cutting width of 1
meter and can reap 2 205 has/day.
A machine that mechanically operated to separate
grains from the panicle by rubbing, impact or
stripping.
Consists of a palay rice cleaner, a rubber roll husker,
husk aspirator, a brown rice and palay separator, a
destoner, a first stage abrasive whitener, a second
stage friction polisher and a sifter for removing very
small broken grains.
The simplest dryer used by farmers and seed growers.
The palay is manually loaded, unloaded and mixed
during the drying process.

It has three main parts, the drying bin that holds the
grain; the blower and engine that force the air through
grain mass; and, the furnace or burner that heats the
drying air.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P150,000.00/unit

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

P150,000.00/unit

Recipient

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

P1,500,000.00
P1,700,000.00
(1-ton cap.) multipass

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

P700,000.00/unit

10. Hand Tractor


2017-01010

11. Rice Program


2017-01011

Combine Harvester
12. Rice Program Rice

Seed Cleaner
13. Rice Program Rice

Reaper

14. Rice Program Rice


Thresher

2017-01012
2017-01013

2017-01014

15. Village Type Rice Mill


2017-01015

16. Rice Program


2017-01016

Flatbed Dryer

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Agriculture
17. Community Seed

Banking

18. Rice Program Multi

Purpose Drying
Pavement
19. Corn Program Four

Wheel Drive Tractor

2017-01017

Production of Certified Palay Seeds by providing


Registered Palay Seeds

Beneficiaries are Farmers


Association/ Cooperative capable/
trained in producing Certified Palay
Seeds and should have an area for
seed production

1.
2.

Mill
21. Corn Program

Hammer Mill
22. Corn Program

Village Type
Postharvest Facility

23. Corn Program


Hermetic Cocoon
24. Corn Program

Cassava Granulator
cum Shredder
25. Corn Program

Cassava Grater with


Presser
26. Corn Program

Shallow Tube Well

P1,700.00/40kgs

2017-01018

A concrete pavement used by farmers in drying their


palay produced. The method employed is sun-drying.

Recipient Farmers Association/


Cooperative engaged in rice farming

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

P125,000.00
P190,000.00/ unit

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01019

Tractor used to plow the field when the implement is


attached. Said tractor has the ability to work in wet
condition.

Recipient

1.

2,500,000.00/unit

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

P300,000.00/unit
P250,000.00/unit

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost
Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01020

A machine used for grinding corn (kiskisan).

Recipient

1.
2.

Number of rice farm hectares


to be irrigated
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Number of farmer to benefit
Names of farmers

2017-01021

A hammer mill is a machine whose purpose is to shred


or crush corn material into smaller pieces to produce
corn grits.

Recipient

1.
2.

Number of farmer to benefit


Names of farmers

Recipient

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

Corn Cob Dryer (1)/ Corn


Sheller (1)/ Grain Dryer
(1) and Biomass Furnace
(2) w/ an estimated cost
of P3,000,000.00

2017-01023

A form of storage of crops, hermetic cocoon provides


an airtight, safe and pesticide-free means of storing
dry food commodities.

Recipient

1.
2.
3.

Number of farmer to benefit


Number of hectares
Names of farmers

Set (2 pcs) with


estimated cost of
P275,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01024

Recipient

1.
2.
3.

Number of farmer to benefit


Number of hectares
Names of farmers

Unit with estimated cost


of P200,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01025

Recipient

1.
2.
3.

Number of farmer to benefit


Number of hectares
Names of farmers

Unit with estimated cost


of P50,000.00
P150,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01026

Project includes pump and engine set and accessories

Recipient

1.

Number of rice farm hectares


to be irrigated
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop

Minimum amount of
P70,000.00 depending on
the type of pump and
engine set

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2.
3.

20. Corn Program Corn


Number of farmers that will


benefit
Number of area (hectares)
being propagated for rice and
seed production

2017-01022

2.
3.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Agriculture
27. High Value Crops

Program Small Scale


Irrigation Systems

28. High Value Crops


Program Postharvest
Equipment (hot water
treatment tank,
fermentation facility,
etc.)
29. High Value Crops

Program Processing
Plant (Household and
Village Level)
30. High Value Crops

Program Seed
Storage
(establishment and
rehabilitation)
31. High Value Crops

Program Knapsack
Sprayer
32. High Value Crops

Program Tractors
(30 HP)
33. Small Farm High Value

Crops Program Equipment (rotavator,


cultivator, plot bed
maker, plastic mulch
applicator, hand
tractor, etc.)
34. High Value Crops

Program Vegetable
Seeds
35. High Value Crops

Program Planting
Materials

2017-01027

Project could be spring development (SD)/ Shallow


Tube Well (STW) / Ram Pump / Solar-driven / HDPE

Recipient

2017-01028

Recipient

2017-01029

2017-01030

1.

Number of rice farm hectares


to be irrigated
2.
No of rice farmers to benefit
the project
3.
Name of Farmers
Association/ Coop
Name of recipient

SD P500,000.00
STW P100,000.00
Ram Pump P500,000.00
Solar P500,000.00
HDPE P50.00/m

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

P1,500,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Recipient

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

P1,000,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

Recipient

Name of recipient

P100,000.00

2017-01031

Recipient

Name of recipient

P3,200.00

2017-01032

Vehicle with a gasoline or diesel engine and large rear


wheels or endless belt treads, used for pulling farm
machinery, hauling loads, etc.

Recipient

1.

P1,000,000.00

Counterpart funds
of at least 10% of
the project cost

2017-01033

Recipient

Number of hectares
cultivated
2.
Number of farmers served
3.
Name of Association/
Recipient
Name of recipient

P250,000.00

2017-01034

Open-Pollinated Variety

Recipient

Name of recipient

Cost based on existing


price/proposed

2017-01035

Recipient

Name of recipient

Cost based on existing


price/proposed

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Agriculture
36. Livestock Program

Abattoir/
Slaughterhouse
(Rehabilitation/
Upgrading)
37. Swine Production

2017-01036

Rehabilitation/Upgrading of Double AA Standard


Slaughterhouse

Recipient - LGU

2017-01037

20 Sow Level Module

38. Native Chicken


Production

2017-01038

200 Hen Module

39. Chicken Egg


Production

2017-01039

6,000 Layer Chicken Module

40. Duck Egg Production


2017-01040

2,000 Layer Duck Module

41. Dairy Cattle


Production

2017-01041

25 Cow Level Module

42. Dairy Goat Production


2017-01042

25 Doe Level Module

43. Trading Post


2017-01043

Project must have existing


building to be rehabilitated/
renovated/ upgraded

Cost based on the


proposed rehabilitation/
upgrading works

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/ Cooperative
engaged in swine production

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P1,500,000.00 cost of
stocks, feeds, and drugs &
biologics for 1 year/2
cycles

Counterpart cost
of housing and
maintenance

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/Cooperative
engaged in native chicken
production

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P280,000.00 Cost of
stocks, feeds, and drugs &
biologics for 1 year

Counterpart cost
of housing and
maintenance

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/Cooperative
engaged in chicken egg
production

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P6,000,000.00 Cost of
ready-to-lay pullets,
feeds and drugs &
biologics for 1 year

Counterpart cost
of housing and
maintenance

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/Cooperative
engaged in duck egg
production

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P2,500,000.00 Cost of
ready-to-lay ducks, feeds
and drugs & biologics for
1 year

Counterpart cost
of housing and
maintenance

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/Cooperative
engaged in dairy cattle
production

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P2,000,000.00 Cost of
stocks, feeds and drugs &
biologics for 1 year

Counterpart cost
of housing,
pasture
development and
maintenance

Have undergone trainings on


animal husbandry
Association/Cooperative
engaged in

1.

Number of farmers that will


benefit
Names of farmers

P1,000,000.00 Cost of
stocks, feeds and drugs &
biologics for 1 year

Number of farmer to benefit


Names of farmers
Name of farmers
association/ coop

P1,000,000.00

Counterpart cost
of housing,
pasture
development and
maintenance
Counterpart cost
of housing,
pasture
development and
maintenance

Lot, Operating and Maintenance


cost to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

2.

2.

2.

2.

2.

2.
1.
2.
3.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Agriculture
44. Development of local

2017-01Project shall train members of the fourteen basic


dairy industry with
044
sectors in the management of back yard dairy cattle
the fourteen basic

sectors for nutrition
Project to pilot community based dairy backyard
and food self
production including processing like milk, cheese,
sustainability*
others

(NGOs, Farmers)
* Review of PDP by basic sectors 2014; Consultation with CSOs

Prioritize areas with CBFM, CADT,


CLOA

NAPC to input on mutl-dimension
and geo-economic approach to
development

P1 Million per LGU

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Description

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Education*
1.

Installation of Water

Supply to Schools

2017-02001

Provision of water supplies to classrooms, toilets and


other facilities in school from water services provider
or through installation of pumps and pipes.

With no existing water connection

2.

Construction of School

Fence

2017-02002

Improve safety and security of learners, employees


and school properties.

3.

Construction of

Faculty Rooms

2017-02003

Serve as formal office station for school teaching staff.

List of recipient school


PhP 25,000.00
PhP 75,000.00 per
project

Min. of PhP 500,000.00
per LGU

None

School without existing school


fence but with land ownership
document**
Schools with semi-complete
fence can also propose

List of recipient school


PhP 50,000.00
PhP 100,000.00 per
school fence

Min. of PhP 500,000.00
per LGU

None

Schools with buildable space


but without excess classroom
and existing faculty rooms
Schools with at least 10
teachers

List of recipient school with


number of faculty rooms to be
constructed

PhP 1.3 Million per


faculty room

Provision of
furniture and
fixture such as
lockers and filing
cabinets

4.

Construction of School

Library

2017-02004

Provide ideal place for students to do independent


learning and access to various learning/reference
materials.

No existing school library and with


buildable space

List of recipient school with


number of library to be
constructed

PhP 1.3 Million per


library

Learning
materials

5.

Construction of School

Clinic

2017-02005

Provide health care facility to learners and employees


in cases of emergency and health problems.

No existing school clinic and with


buildable space

List of recipient school with


number of school clinic to be
constructed

PhP 1.3 Million per


school clinic

Medical supplies
and equipment

6.

Procurement of

transportation
facilities such as but
not limited to the
following:

Bicycle

Tricycle

Pedicab

Multicab

School Bus

Boats

2017-02006

This project is intended for Local Government Units


with schools that are inaccessible / located in remote
areas/communities.

It aims to improve education performance in terms of
attendance rate, retention rate and drop-out rate by
reducing travel time of learners from their respective
homes going to schools.

For learners in far-flung areas/


communities where access to the
nearest public schools remain a big
challenge because of transportation
issues.

Purchase of single motorcycle is not
allowed.

1.
2.

PhP 1 Million per LGU

Maintenance and
operation

Location
Number of transportation
facilities (number of boats,
bikes etc.) to be purchased
with estimated number of
learners to be served

* Actual visitation will be conducted by DepEd Engineers/employees to assess the area and validate the needs.
** Such as Transfer Certificate of Title, Deed of Donation, Deed of Sale, Usufruct Agreement, Tax Declaration, Presidential Proclamation, and Special Patent
*** Proposed by Civil Society Organization (CSO)

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Education Senior High School (SHS) Projects


7.

Repair of existing

and/or construction of
additional senior high
school technicalvocational-livelihood
(TVL) workshops

2017-02007

This project is intended for LGUs with senior high


school sites offering TVL tracks and specializations
such as but not limited to agri-fishery, tourism,
automotives, industrial arts, home economics, and
information communications technology. It aims to
improve educational outcomes for students
particularly on improving functional knowledge across
a range of learning areas and technical skills.

8.

Construction of senior

high school arts and
design workshops or
facilities

2017-02008

This project is intended for LGUs with SHS sites


offering arts and design specializations such as visual
arts, performing arts and music. It aims to improve
education outcomes particularly on improving the
functional knowledge of students across a range of
learning areas and technical skills.

9.

Construction of senior

high school sports
facilities

2017-02009

This project is intended for LGUs with SHS sites


offering sports track. It aims to improve education
outcomes particularly on improving the functional
knowledge of students across a range of learning areas
and technical skills. Further, a vigorous sports
program will attract male students who are usually
prone to dropping out of school. This then will help
reduce the number of HS drop-outs and OSYs, and
subsequently improve student retention in schools.

LGUs (cities) should have initially


invested on senior high school
needs (through SEF or general
fund) to qualify for the
performance-based grant. This
initial investment indicates the
value LGUs place on education and
human development.

Senior high school investment plans
are validated by DepEd Central

Schools with buildable space
LGUs (cities) should have initially
invested on senior high school
needs (through SEF or general
fund) to qualify for the
performance-based grant. This
initial investment indicates the
value LGUs place on education and
human development.

Senior high school investment plans
are validated by DepEd Central

Schools with buildable space
LGUs (cities) should have initially
invested on senior high school
needs (through SEF or general
fund) to qualify for the
performance-based grant. This
initial investment indicates the
value LGUs place on education and
human development.
Senior high school investment plans
are validated by DepEd Central

Schools with buildable space

LSB Resolution indicating


current LGU investment on SHS
Validated SHS investment plan
List of recipient schools
Number of TVL workshops to
be repaired and/or constructed
Type of TVL workshop to be
constructed (proposal outline
for new workshops to be
constructed)

P 1 million to 1.5 million


per new workshop (does
not include equipment
inside)

Maintenance and
operation

LSB Resolution indicating


current LGU investment on SHS
Validated SHS investment plan
List of recipient schools
Number of arts and design
workshops/facilities to be
constructed
Type of arts and design
workshop/facility to be
constructed (proposal outline
for new workshops to be
constructed)

P 1 million to 1.5 million


per arts and design
workshop/facility (does
not include equipment
inside)

Maintenance and
operation

LSB Resolution indicating


current LGU investment on SHS
Validated SHS investment plan
List of recipient schools
Number of sports facilities to
be constructed
Type of sports facilities to be
constructed (proposal outline
for new workshops to be
constructed)

P 1 million to 1.5 million


per sports facility
structure (does not
include equipment
inside)

Maintenance and
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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Education Senior High School (SHS) Projects


10. Repair of existing

and/or construction of
additional senior high
school laboratories
(i.e. computer, science,
robotics, speech)

11. Procurement of

specialized
equipment, tools and
materials for SHS
workshops and
laboratories

2017-02010

2017-02011

This project is intended for LGUs with SHS sites


offering the academic strands such as science,
technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and
humanities and social sciences (HUMSS). It aims to
improve education outcomes particularly on
improving the functional knowledge of students across
a range of learning areas and technical skills. Further,
it also provides emphasis on enhancing higher-level
thinking skills among students.

This project is intended for LGUs with SHS sites


offering academic, TVL, arts and design and sports
tracks. It aims to improve education outcomes
particularly on improving the functional knowledge of
students across a range of learning areas and technical
skills. Further, it also provides emphasis on enhancing
higher-level thinking skills among students.

LGUs (cities) should have initially


invested on senior high school
needs (through SEF or general
fund) to qualify for the
performance-based grant. This
initial investment indicates the
value LGUs place on education and
human development.

Senior high school investment plans
are validated by DepEd Central

Schools with buildable space
LGUs (cities) should have initially
invested on senior high school
needs (through SEF or general
fund) to qualify for the
performance-based grant. This
initial investment indicates the
value LGUs place on education and
human development.

Senior high school investment plans
are validated by DepEd Central

Purchase of equipment should
benefit at least one SHS class (35
students in one class)

LSB Resolution indicating


current LGU investment on
SHS
Validated SHS investment
plan
List of recipient schools
Number of SHS laboratories
to be constructed
Type of SHS laboratory to be
constructed (proposal
outline for new workshops
to be constructed)

P 1 million to 1.5 million


per new SHS laboratory
(does not include
equipment inside)

Maintenance and
operation

LSB Resolution indicating


current LGU investment on
SHS
Validated SHS investment
plan
List of recipient schools
Number of TVL workshops
to be repaired and/or
constructed
Estimated number of
learners to be served

P 1 million to 5 million
per specialization
(varying costs across
different specializations)

Maintenance and
operation;
teacher training
on utilization and
maintenance of
SHS equipment


Notes: (applies to DepEd SHS Projects)

1. The proposed BuB items will also be subject to usual DepEd validation and monitoring procedures, as done with existing DepEd BuB items.
2. Senior high school investment plans are expected to be crafted by a multi-stakeholder SHS-TWG or local school board (LSB). Subsequently, proposed programs for BUB support should be sourced from these existing
investment plans.
3. BUB support will only be provided to LGUs with initial investments on senior high school, either through a portion of their SEF, general fund or loan.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Energy
1.

Household

Electrification
Program (HEP)

2017-03001

The project involves the provision of electricity


services in off-grid households using mature
renewable energy systems such as photovoltaic (PV)
solar home systems (SHS) including PV streetlights to
the qualified sitios, micro-hydro systems and biomass
systems under the Household Electrification Program.

The DOE shall provide the hardware components
(including cost of transshipment and installation) as
well as the conduct of technical trainings of users and
technicians of the HEP while the social preparation
and community organizing activities at beneficiary
areas is conducted in collaboration with Dept. of
Energy Affiliated Renewable Energy Center (DOEAREC).

Eligibility Requirements:


a) The target sitio is duly certified
by the concerned Distribution
Utility (DU) as un-energized and
has no plan for grid extension by
the DU within the next three (3)
years

b) Social Acceptability of PV-SHS

c) Willingness to provide
counterpart funding on the
following:
i. 30 Wp Solar Home System
w/ 4 LED lamps (Php
1,000.00 membership and
Php 200.00 monthly fee/
beneficiaries)
ii. 10 Wp Solar Home System
with 2 LED lamps (Php
300.00 membership and Php
75.00 monthly fee/
beneficiaries)

* The money will be collected by
their own Power Association for
the project sustainability

d) Accessibility of the sitio

Solar Photovoltaic Solar


Home System: Php
20,000.00 per household

Micro-hydro system: Php
40,000.00 per household

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Environment and Natural Resources


1.

National Greening

Program (NGP)

2017-04001

This program deals with the efficient and effective


development, management and conservation of
forestlands and watersheds through reforestation
especially denuded/ degraded forestlands.

Reforestation and rehabilitation activities, in order to
restore the forestlands, involve establishment of
plantation areas as safeguard against soil erosion,
landslides, floods and other ecological devastation.

Eligible programs are as follow:



1. The following areas shall be
eligible for development under
NGP but should have an area
above 50 has:
i. Forestlands
ii. Mangrove areas and
protected areas
iii. Ancestral domains
iv. Civil and military
reservations
v. Urban areas identified by
LGUs
vi. Inactive and abandoned
mines
vii. Riverbanks, streambanks,
and other suitable public
lands

2. The following programs are NOT
within the menu of the agency:

i. Construction of building such
as:
Ecotourism Facilities
Materials Recovery
Facilities
Nursery Facilities

ii. Purchasing of equipment
such as rescue equipment,
pulvorizer, shredder, etc.

iii. Maintenance of Marine
Protected Areas

iv. Salt Production

Requirements:

a) Barangay Resolution
requesting funding assistance
and to avail of the project

b) Petition for inclusion of the
beneficiaries to the project
stating their willingness,
commitment and obligations to
the project

c) At least 20HH within a sitio to
be considered for the project

d) Assessment/ Validation form
from the Regional Office that
there is/are still area/s for
development on the proposed
site

e) Site should be assessed/
mapped by the Regional Office;
geo-tagged photos before and
after planting is a must

1. Site development: Php


4,000.00/hectare,
includes mobilization
of POs, site
preparation (clearing/
ring weeding),
transport and hauling
of seedlings and
planting

2. Program management
and supervision:
equivalent to 10% of
the total development
cost

The LGUs, with its


participating
barangays, shall
be responsible for
the protection
and maintenance
of the target
areas.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Environment and Natural Resources


2.

Barangay Forest

Program (BFP)

2017-04002

3.

Ecological Solid Waste



Management Project

2017-04003

This program is a component of NGP that aims to


empower the rural barangays to participate actively in
the rehabilitation of their immediate environment.

1. Eligible development sites are


the same with that of NGP but
only with an area below 50has.

* Seedlings to be planted in NGP and
BFP areas should be within the
commodity roadmap of the Region.

2. The following programs are NOT
within the menu of the agency:

i. Construction of building such
as:
Ecotourism Facilities
Materials Recovery
Facilities
Nursery Facilities

ii. Purchasing of equipment
such as rescue equipment,
pulvorizer, shredder, etc.

iii. Maintenance of Marine
Protected Areas

iv. Salt Production

The project aims to support community-based projects Negative lists include those projects
of Peoples Organizations, NGOs, Cooperatives, Social
that exhibit or may contribute to
Enterprises and Private Sector that strongly support
the Prohibited Acts in RA 9003 such
the implementation of RA 9003 or the Ecological Solid
as:
Waste Management Act of 2000 and at the same time

provide livelihood and employment opportunities to
(1) Littering, throwing, dumping of
the poor and marginalized.
waste matters in public places, such

as roads, sidewalks, canals, esteros
Priority consideration shall be given to projects that
or parks, and establishment, or
strengthen waste segregation at source; create market causing or permitting the same;
for reusable, recyclable and compostable wastes and

provide livelihood opportunities to the poor and
(2) Undertaking activities or
marginalized.
operating, collecting or transporting

equipment in violation of sanitation
The project could include the establishment of
operation;
community-based materials recovery facility that

would serve as drop-off center, sorting, composting,
(3) The open burning of solid waste;

Requirements:

a) Barangay Resolution
requesting funding assistance
and to avail of the project

b) Petition for inclusion of the
beneficiaries to the project
stating their willingness,
commitment and obligations to
the project

c) At least 20HH within a sitio to
be considered for the project

d) Assessment/ Validation form
from the Regional Office that
there is/are still area/s for
development on the proposed
site

e) Site should be assessed/
mapped by the Regional Office;
geo-tagged photos before and
after planting is a must

a) Site development: Php


4,000.00/hectare,
includes mobilization
of POs, site
preparation (clearing/
ring weeding),
transport and hauling
of seedlings and
planting

b) Program management
and supervision:
equivalent to 10% of
the total development
cost

The LGUs, with its


participating
barangays, shall
be responsible for
the protection
and maintenance
of the target
areas.

Sustainability of the Solid


Waste Management project
that aims to provide
employment and livelihood to
the poor and the marginalized
need to be clearly
demonstrated in the project
concept.

Contribution of the project to
disaster risk reduction need to
be established as well in the
project brief.

Target beneficiaries (number,
gender, location, sector),
source of technical support,

Per project cost shall be a


minimum of P500,000.00
depending on the
coverage of the project.

In-kind
counterpart

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Environment and Natural Resources


and recycling facility; the purchase of necessary
equipment, supplies and materials for recycling
and/or composting of biodegradable wastes; purchase
of small transport facility needed to support enable
collection of recyclable and biodegradable wastes in
the community; purchase or fabrication of waste
collection bins to be established in the community;
support for conduct of IEC including reproduction of
IEC materials; and other innovative actions that would
generate greater public support and cooperation for
the implementation RA 9003 in the target
communities.

Community-driven projects that would contribute in
de-clogging of canals from solid wastes and at the
same time create short-term employment for the
unemployed, displaced workers, internally displaced
people and the informal settlers shall also be
considered for support under this program.


CSO implementers/
(4) Causing or permitting the
cooperators need to be
collection of non-segregated or
specified in the project brief.
unsorted waste;


Note that the project may be
(5) Squatting in open dumps and
proposed by a single
landfills;
organization or composite of

more than two organizations
(6) Open dumping, burying of
but lead organization should be
biodegradable or non-
specified.
biodegradable materials in flood
prone areas;
Track record of the proponent

organization in ecological solid
(7) Unauthorized removal of
waste management should be
recyclable material intended for
established in the project brief.
collection by authorized persons;

(8) The mixing of source-separated
recyclable material with other solid
waste in any vehicle, box, container
or receptacle used in solid waste
collection or disposal;

(9) Establishment or operation of
open dumps or closure of said
dumps;

(10) The manufacture, distribution
or use of non-environmentally
acceptable packaging materials;

(11) Importation of consumer
products packaged in nonenvironmentally acceptable
materials;

(12) Importation of toxic wastes
misrepresented as recyclable or
with recyclable content;

(13) Transport and dumping in bulk
of collected domestic, industrial,
commercial and institutional wastes
in areas other than centers of

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

4.

National Forest and



Landscape
Restoration

2017-04004

This program aims to strengthen ecosystems


resiliency, climate change mitigation and disaster risk
reduction by enhancing the capacity of communities in
initiating or sustaining community initiatives for forest
and watershed protection and rehabilitation.

This covers existing natural forestlands and
mangroves and identified critical watersheds whose
bio-diversity and water holding capacity has been
threatened due to encroachment of population and
continuing exploitation of the forest and watershed
natural resources due to lack of alternative livelihoods
of community. This shall also cover riverbanks in the
critical watershed areas.

This particularly covers the identified indigenous
conservation and forest areas of the Indigenous People
within their ancestral domain; remaining natural
forests in the identified timberland and public lands;
remaining natural forests (primary or second growth
forests) and riverbanks within the critical watersheds

facilities prescribed under RA9003;



(14) Site preparation, construction,
expansion or operation of waste
management facilities without an
Environmental Compliance
Certificate required pursuant to
Presidential Decree No. 1586 and
RA 9003 and not conforming with
the land use plan of the LGU;

(15) The construction of any
establishment within two hundred
(200) meters from open dumps or
controlled dumps or sanitary
landfills; and

(16) The construction or operation
of landfills or any waste disposal
facility on any aquifer, groundwater
reservoir or watershed area and or
any portions thereof.

Ineligibility includes NGP supported
areas and those below the
minimum area requirement.

The project plan has to be


conceptualized with the targetaffected community and
community-based forest guards
with support from an NGO/CSO
that has track record on project
implementation in the target
natural forest/watershed area.

Cost shall be:



P2,500.00 per hectare
of natural forest area
for protection and
rehabilitation and a
minimum of
P500,000.00 per
project that would
cover at least 200
hectares natural forest
cover for protection;
and,

P10,000.00 per
kilometer riverbanks
for rehabilitation and a
minimum of
P500,000.00 cost per
project covering at
least an aggregate total

In-kind
counterpart

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Environment and Natural Resources


as identified by the DENR and the LGU.

The project shall enhance the capacity of the
community-based forest guards through conduct of
training, provision of necessary patrol equipment and
protective gears, and support for their alternative
livelihoods to enable them to sustain their voluntary
or minimally supported important function in
protecting and rehabilitating the remaining natural
forests and watershed.

Also, the project shall support the provision of
alternative livelihoods to forest dwellers and forest
resource dependent families to free the forest from
further pressure and degradation.

The project shall also include awareness-raising of the
affected population; support for rehabilitation of the
forest and riverbanks; conduct of survey, resource
inventory, mapping, delineation and legal assistance
for the local policy formulation for the protection of
the forest; and support for community-based forest
land use and watershed management planning.

Project should cover at least 200 hectares remaining
natural forest areas in the upland and coastal needing
protection (either primary or secondary growth
forest) and at least 50 kilometers long and at least 10
meters wide riverbanks for rehabilitation. Projects
shall benefit communities in the target areas with
support from the existing NGOs/CSOs operating in said
areas in cooperation with the LGUs. This will cover the
area not covered by NIPAS.

of 50 kilometers long
and 10 meters wide
riverbanks for
rehabilitation.

Costs shall include social
preparation activities.

To be used for planting in
the natural forest areas
and riverbanks shall be
indigenous tree species
and bamboo and
commercial trees will
only be allowed to be
planted in the identified
buffer zones.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Health
1.

Provision of Doctors

to the Barrios
Program

2017-05001

The DTTB Program aims to provide equitable health


care services to all areas of the country by deploying
competent, committed, community-oriented and
dedicated physicians to serve the inaccessible barrios
of these municipalities for two (2) years.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Depressed and marginalized


(5th and 6th class)
municipalities without doctors.

3rd and 4th class
municipalities needing
additional doctors following
the doctors to population
ration (1:20,000).

The 20 poorest and 1,233
priority municipalities
identified by NAPC, and those
DOHs Health Facilities
Enhancement Program (HFEP).

Rural Health Units (RHU) with
Rural Health Physicians /
Municipal Health Officers on
study leave. (Provide
documents)

a. Duly signed SB Resolutions


relative to the request for
DTTB and commitment to
provide counterpart

b. Accomplished and updated
HRH Matrix

c. Recommendation and
Validation Report by the
concerned Regional Office on
the identified possible areas for
deployment

1,031,927.00 DTTB per


year

This includes payment of
salaries, benefits and
CME

It is DOH who will give
the wages and benefits to
the doctor, under the
Doctors to the Barrios
Program

Designate the
DTTB as Officerin-Charge of the
Rural Health Unit
/ MHO and assign
the DTTB at the
Rural Health Unit
(RHU).

Provide modest
board and lodging
and additional
monetary and
non-monetary
benefits.

Allow the DTTB to
attend short
courses conducted
by the DOH to its
collaborating
agencies in line
with his/her
continuing
medical education
training under the
DTTB Program.

Provide health
budget and
logistical
requirements such
as, but not limited
to, medicines,
medical supplies
and instruments,
which may be
needed in the
course of the
delivery of basic
health services.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Health
2.

Scholarship Program

(Employed HRH)

Formal Education

2017-05002

Degree programs offered by the academic institution


(Bachelors/Masteral/Doctoral Courses)

Learning and Development


Needs Assessment (LDNA)
Learning and Development Plan/
Career Development Plan
Endorsement from LCE
Requirements in AO 2014-0044
Installation of HRHMDS for
Health and Allied Health
Professionals.

There should be a MOA between


the DOH and the academic
institution providing the
programs

Success indicators should include
improvement in job performance
and improvement in office
systems

P60,000 to 150,000 per


course

Salary and other


benefits of HRH
while on study

Transportation
allowance to
academic
institution and
from official site
and vice-versa

3.

Non-formal education

2017-05003

Short training courses offered by training institutions


not more than 6 months and relevant to ones current
job/function

Nominee is holder of permanent


position.

The course that the nominee will
attend is relevant to his/her
position and/or duties and
functions; identified gaps; and/or
competency enhancement to
prepare nominee to assume
higher position and/or assume
expanded responsibilities.

Learning and Development Needs


Assessment (LDNA)

Learning and Development Plan/
Career Development Plan

Endorsement from LCE

Provider academic institutions
should be able to provide credit
units for the non-formal courses
and identify opportunities for
ladderization

Course fee of P20,000 to


30,000

Transportation
Allowance to
Academic
Institution and
from official site
and vice versa.

4.

Scholarship Program


Pinoy MD

2017-05004

The PinoyMD scholarship program aims to address


inequitable access to quality health care services in the
country by granting scholarships to competent,
committed and community-oriented aspiring medical
students who will be deployed to the doctorless
municipalities.

Nominee must fulfill the following


requirements:
1. Must be a Bachelors Degree
graduate with an NMAT
percentile score of at least 80%
or higher

2. Must be of good moral standing
and not have been charged
administratively or criminally.

3. Must pass admission standards
and policies of chosen member
medical school.

Php196,250.00/student/
year




*10% increase in tuition
fee per year

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Description

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Health
5.

Scholarship Program


Midwives Scholarship
Program of the
Philippines




2017-05005

The program provides midwifery scholarship to


qualified applicants in partnership with midwifery
schools. It will produce graduate midwives to be
deployed as Rural Health Midwives (RHMs) in a
priority areas identified by the Department of health in
the country.

1.
2.
3.

Nominee must fulfill the following


requirements:
1.
Must be a high school
graduate.

2.
Must be of good moral
standing and not have been
charged administratively or
criminally.

3.
Must pass admission
standards and policies of
chosen member school.

For continuation to BS Midwifery, 1.
Must passed the Diploma Course in
Midwifery and PRC Board Exam
Must pass the recruitment and
selection process with partner
school.

Municipality with less than 70 %
coverage (national average) of total
households without access to
sanitary toilets

P303,800.00/scholar /
course

List of households without


toilet or practicing open
defecation per barangay

Php 10,000.00 per unit


household

Labor

6.

Construction of

household sanitary
toilet

2017-05006

Provision of construction materials (e.g. toilet bowl,


cement, sands, rebars, etc.)

7.

Construction of

communal public
toilet

2017-05007

Construction of communal public toilet for public use

Municipalities where public areas


lacking adequate and sanitary toilet
facilities

Municipalities where communities
due to limited space have no access
to sanitary toilet

List of public areas and


communities with limited
space problem per Barangay

Php 800,000.00 per unit

Deed of donation
for lot

8.

Regular monthly

monitoring of drinking
water quality

2017-05008

Provision of portable water testing equipment for


microbiological analysis

Municipalities without equipment


for water testing

Municipalities with water testing
equipment but with inadequate
supplies of testing materials

List of water supply system


by level and household
served

Php200,000.00 per unit



Php100,000.00 per
package of testing
materials (sampling
bottles and reagents)

Personnel to
collect water
samples and their
transportation
expenses

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Health
9.

Integrated Training on

Health Emergency
Management

10. Support to the


Institutionalization of
Health Emergency
Management

2017-05009

Includes the following:



A. Attendance to Sub-National Public Health
Emergency Management for Asia and the Pacific (SubPHEMAP)

B. Attendance to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
(WASH) in Emergency Training

C. Attendance to Health Emergency Response
Operation Training

Municipal/City Health Officers can


be accommodated in the training
being conducted by the Regional
Health Office.

Municipality/City with organized
WASH Responders can be
accommodated in the training being
conducted by the Regional Health
Office Municipality/ City within a
region with WASH Trainers

Municipality/City with Health
Emergency Operation Centers can
be accommodated in the training
being conducted by the Regional
Health
Office/Municipality/ City within a
region with HERO Trainers

Training for Municipal/City


Health Officers Only


Training for Sanitary Inspectors,
HEPO/PIO and WASH
Responders/ Members of WASH
or Public Health Team


Training for Health Emergency
Operation Centers Staff /
Members of Health Response
Team

Transportation
expenses of
participants

2017-05010

The project includes:



a. Planning workshop for the development of LGU
Health Emergency Preparedness, Response and
Rehabilitation Plan (HEPRRP)

b. Dissemination of Health Emergency Management
(HEM) policies, guidelines, systems and protocols
for adaptation of LGUs

c. Networking and coordination activities to develop
MOA/agreement among sector/cluster partners

Members of the organized health


planning committee and focal
persons from municipality/city can
be accommodated in a planning
workshop to be done by the
Regional Health office.

The planning workshop which


aims at providing technical
assistance for the LGU in
developing HEPRRP which is an
indicator in the LGU scorecard,
also serves as venue for
promotion and advocacy, and
providing technical assistance in
organizing health response team
and development/updating of
appropriate SOPs, systems and
local ordinances/resolutions to
institutionalize HEM at the LGU
level.

Transportation
expenses of
participants

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Department of Health
11. Health Emergency

Management Family
Preparedness Project

12. Provision of Essential


Medicines

2017-05011

The Project with a theme Pamilya Ko, Sagot Ko focus


on preparedness of the family in times of emergencies
and disasters. It consists of provision of training of at
least one (1) family member on Basic Life Support and
First Aid.

2017-05012

Includes all essential medicines under the Philippine


National Formulary Manual for Primary Healthcare

For municipalities under Category


3: Provinces Vulnerable to Shocks
and Disasters and National Capital
Region.

Target participant must be a
member of family, which is not yet
recipient of any Basic Life Support
and First Aid Training.

NEGATIVE LIST

1. Other trainings not included in
the menu

2. Rescue Vehicles

3. Construction/Upgrading of
Operation Center

4. Unless when DBM will provide
fund for capital outlay for the
following:

a. Upgrading of Health
Emergency Management
(HEM) Operation Center
including repair/renovation,
provision of monitoring and
communication equipment
for HEM Operation Center

RHUs

Negative list: other medicines not
included in the PNF Manual for
Primary Healthcare

Submission of RIS per RHU


(needs basis)

Transportation
expenses of
participants

Per population

Regionally procured
using the current Drug
Price. Reference Index as
ABC

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Health
13. Lactation

Management Program
in the Workplaces of
the Informal Economy
Workers










14. Health Leadership and


Governance Program

2017-05013

2017-05014

Part of the Nutrition Security and Maternity Protection


through the Promotion of Exclusive and Continued
Breastfeeding in the Workplace (ECBFW)

This includes:
Database (making use of the Baseline and End line
Survey Tools developed and available through
NAPC and ALLWIES)

Continuing public education and awareness
program on Breastfeeding Promotion

Setting up of lactation stations in public markets,
terminals and other workplaces

Policy Institutionalization to require all
establishments to provide lactation spaces for
workers in all economies as stated in the DILG
Circular 54-2011 with fund appropriation

Creation/Draft local Ordinances to ensure the setup of lactation management program in the target
municipalities

Conduct of training for peer educators

Use of the monitoring and evaluation tool developed
and available through NAPC and ALLWIES
HLGP is a modular training program that aims to
strengthen health leadership and governance at the
municipal and city level to address health inequities.
In-between the modules, is a three (3) to six (6)months practicum with coaching and monitoring. A
Leadership Retreat and Colloquium Graduation
signifies completion of the Program.

The training for the Municipal/City Leadership and
Governance Program (M/CLGP) is conducted by DOH-
certified Academic Institutions while coaching is
provided by the DOH-Representatives.

1.
The MLGP is a two (2)-Module one (1) year
leadership-training program for municipal
mayors and municipal Health officers (MHO).

Target municipality should


consider:

Concentration/Number of
workers in the informal economy

Local policy on the
implementation of
GAD/Promotion of exclusive
breastfeeding under RA 10028

Number of nursing mothers

High nutrition problem of
children

1.
2.

3.

All Municipalities and cities



Only barangays under the
above municipalities/ cities,
which have undergone
MLGP/CLGP, may undergo the
BHLMP training.


Negative List in the
municipal/city Health Plan:
Health facility infrastructure
and equipment

Brief description of the health


status of the municipality/city

List of names and profile of
participants

P100k (local
enumerators, data
analysis and
recommendations based
on results)

200k (radio program, IEC
materials, Billboards,
media releases, concerts,
fun run, and the like)

10k (meetings/
transportation to lobby
with LGUs)

20k (conduct of FGDs;
legal fees)

50k (conduct of at least 2
trainings)

Food when
needed.

Provide a clean
space with sink in
the identified
areas that could
also double as
library where
reading material
are available.

Meeting venues

Training venue
and food.

Accommodation
and
transportation
cost of evaluators

150k
(refrigerator,
tables and
chairs/sofa,
breast pump)

Package Cost per


Municipality:
PhP 1,100,000.00

a. Training Cost:
Participants Cost,
Resource Persons
Cost, board and
lodging, supplies and
materials) [4-days
training per module); 2
days Leadership
Retreat and
Colloquium
Graduation; including
3 days BHLMP training

Transportation
expenses of LGU
participants

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Health
Each module is followed by a 6-month practicum
during which the mayor and MHO with their
health team implement local health system
improvements guided by their municipal health
roadmap or MLGP health plan.

2.

The CLGP is a three (3) Module one and a half


(1 ) year leadership training for the city
mayor, city health officers (CHOs) and the city
health teams each composed of 5 non-health
sector members from the city. Each module is
followed by a 3-6 months practicum during
which the city mayors and CHOs with their health
teams implement local health system
improvements guided by their city health
roadmap or CLGP health plan.

The Barangay Health Leadership and
Management Program (BHLMP) is a three (3)-
day leadership training for barangay health
leaders (Barangay Captain, Kagawad for Health,
Rural Health Midwives, Barangay Health
Workers) to support the initiatives of the
municipal/city mayors and MHOs/CHOs.

After completing the 2- Module MLGP or the 3-
Module CLGP training, participants undergo a 2day Leadership Retreat followed by a 1-day
Colloquium-Graduation. Graduating participants
are given academic credits which they can
continue to Masters Degree.


b. Two 6- months
practicum cost:
Implementation of
municipal health
roadmap or MLGP
health plan to improve
health system
performance towards
achievement of better
health outcomes as
planned e.g. health
information system,
pregnancy tracking
system, multistakeholders
collaboration for
health activities)

Cost per City:
PhP 1, 700,000

a. Training Cost:
Participants Cost,
Resource Persons
Cost, board and
lodging, supplies and
materials) [4-days
training per module); 2
days Leadership
Retreat and
Colloquium
Graduation; including
3 days BHLMP training

b. One 3 months and Two
6- months practicum
cost: Implementation
of city health roadmap
or CLGP health plan to
improve health system
performance towards
achievement of better
health outcomes as

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Health
planned e.g. health
information system,
pregnancy tracking
system, multistakeholders
collaboration for
health activities)

15.

Health Facilities

Enhancement
Program (HFEP)

2017-05015

Refer to page 74 for details.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Department of Labor and Employment


1.

Livelihood (or

Kabuhayan) Program

2017-06001

The Kabuhayan is grant assistance for capacity


building on livelihood for the poor, vulnerable and
marginalized workers. It provides a working capital
solely for the purchase of equipments, tools and jigs,
raw materials, among others to be used in their
livelihood undertakings.

A. Kabuhayan Formation- Enabling the unemployed
poor, seasonal and low waged workers to start
individual livelihood, or collective enterprise
undertakings, with the goal of moving them out of
poverty and making them productive.

B. Kabuhayan Enhancement- Enabling existing
livelihood undertaking to grow into viable and
sustainable businesses that provide income at least at
par with those of the minimum wage earners.

C. Kabuhayan Restoration- Enabling the reestablishment of lost, or damaged livelihood due to
various risks or occurrences of natural and man-made
disasters.

D. Community/Group Enterprise Development-
Enabling existing livelihood projects of groups of
beneficiaries to be transformed into community
enterprises.

A. Qualified Beneficiaries:

Beneficiaries shall be identified
based on the National Household
Targeting System of the DSWD and
the profiled vulnerable workers of
the Bureau of Workers with Special
Concerns (BWSC), putting priority
to the following:

a. Self employed workers who are
unable to earn sufficient income
b. Marginalized and landless
farmers
c. Unpaid family workers
d. Parents of child laborers
e. Low-wage and seasonal workers
f. Worker displaced or to be
displaced as a result of natural and
man-made disasters

B. Eligible Projects:

Projects that qualify under the
Kabuhayan Program are those that
support the needs of workers and
the development needs of the
community and should be
consistent with the identified
priorities of the Human
development and Poverty reduction
(HDPR) Cabinet Cluster, Regional
Development Council, Regional
Convergence Committee/Team, and
relevant national government
agencies.

An important consideration is that
the community has access to
adequate, if not abundant, source of
raw materials and has existing skills
necessary for its products or
services, as well as access to local
and/or international markets.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Department of Labor and Employment


2.

Tulong

Panghanapbuhay sa
Ating Disadvantaged/
Displaced Workers

2017-06002

A community-based (municipality/barangay) package


of assistance that provides emergency employment for
displaced workers, underemployed, and unemployed
poor, for a minimum period of 10 days, but not to
exceed a maximum of 30 days, depending on the
nature of work to be performed.

A. Qualified Beneficiaries:

The following are qualified as
beneficiaries of the TUPAD
Program:
a. Those who are unemployed and
underemployed;
b. Those who were laid-off or
terminated as a result of permanent
closure of an establishment; and
c. Those who were self-employed
and have lost their livelihood
(including farmers and fishermen)
because of natural or man-made
disasters.

Only one (1) member of a
household shall be qualified to avail
of the program. Availment shall be
only once in a year.

B. Eligible Projects:

Projects that would qualify under
the TUPAD Program are the
following:
a. Social community projects, such
as eco-tourism, repair, and/or
improvement of common public
facilities, debris clearing, declogging of canals, debris
segregation and materials recovery,
stockpiling and clearing, and basic
repair of public infrastructure , e.g.
schools and health centers;
b. Economic community projects
like repair and/or rehabilitation of
farm-to-market roads, bridges,
post-harvest facilities, and public
markets; and
c. Agro-forestry community
projects, such as tree planting,
seedling preparation.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Department of Labor and Employment


3.

OFWs

REINTEGRATION
PROGRAM

2017-06003

OFW-Reintegration Program is for returning OFWs


and their families, giving them assistance for
alternative means of employment and livelihood
undertaking.

The National Reintegration Center for OFWs (NRCO)
funds from the General Appropriations Act (GAA) shall
finance the reintegration program for the returning
OFWs and their families. Said funds shall be treated as
grants for livelihood assistance to returning Overseas
Filipino Workers (OFWs).

The program shall cover any of the following OFW
group and/or individual proponent:

1. OFW Returnees who are either:

- Repatriated from jobsites abroad due to some
cause;
- Terminated from their work due to extraordinary
or unforeseen events such as global financial
crisis, natural disasters, war, terrorist attack,
political uncertainties;
- Finished their work contract abroad and decided
to stay in the Philippines

2. OFW Family Circles (OFCs)
3. OFC Federations
4. OFC Cooperatives
5. OFW Returnees Association
6. Other exceptional cases involving OFWs

The National Reintegration Center


for OFWs (NRCO) P10k Livelihood
Assistance Program shall cover only
OFW returnees who are considered
undocumented workers or those
who are not registered as OWWA
members. Undocumented workers
refer to the following:

a. Those who acquired their
passports through fraud or
misrepresentation;
b. Those who possess expired visas
or permits to stay
c. Those who have no travel
document whatsoever;
d. Those who have valid but
inappropriate visa; or
e. Those whose employment
contracts were not processed by the
POEA or subsequently verified and
registered on-site by the POLO, if
required by law or regulation.

In the case of distressed female
OFW returnees, such as those
displaced by the hostilities in Arab
countries, victims of illegal
recruitment and trafficking, and
other distressed displaced workers,
they shall be assisted under the
Balik Pinay! Balik Hanap Buhay!
Program

In the case of OFW returnees who
are considered documented
workers or those who are
registered members of OWWA,
whether active or inactive, they
shall be given assistance under
OWWAs Balik Pinas! Balik Hanap
buhay! Program.

Qualified OFWs are required to


undergo Enterprise Development
Training (EDT) or social
preparation orientation.
Monitoring and evaluation shall
be the same with the DILEEP.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


1.

Skills Training

2017-07001

It is a capacity building strategy that is primarily


implemented with partners that aims to prepare
participants in their chosen livelihood track. The
modality may likewise be implemented for and among
SLP beneficiaries who are already engaged in incomegenerating activities (i.e. currently employed or
employed with his/her own enterprise), but need
further enhancement of skills for higher productivity
and/or profitability leading to economic sufficiency.

It is a grant amount to be utilized for the acquisition of
technical skills, knowledge and other inputs necessary
in managing livelihood

SLP participants should meet the


either of the following
requirements:

1.
All participants should be at
least 18 years of age.
Participants who are at least
16 years old may be accepted
only after submission of a
written consent from a legal
parent or guardian.

2.
Any eligible SLP participant
provided that he/she is listed
under the National
Household Targeting System
for Poverty Reduction List
with preference for Pantawid
Pamilya Families or other
vulnerable/marginalized
sectors can avail Skills
Training grant.

2.

Seed Capital Fund


2017-07002

The Seed Capital Fund is a capacity building grant


given to an eligible SLP Participant belonging to an
organized SLP Association. Its objective is to organize
a community-based, credit, and savings facility and be
provided with the necessary assistance to operate.

The participants are organized per economic or
livelihood activity, depending on the local field
implementers assessment of the most appropriate
form which may include group-based production unit,
and group-based microenterprise.

Following the SLP guidelines, they may be provided
with Seed Capital Fund (SCF), which the participants
could pool together to acquire physical assets, i.e.

SLP participants should meet the


either of the following
requirements:

1.
Should belong to poor
households as identified
through the National
Household Targeting System
for Poverty Reduction (NHTSPR) and other qualified poor
households not included in
the NHTS- PR such as those
indigent families certified by
the MSWDO.

Skills Training can be in the form


of the following:

1.
Workshops (i.e. product
design and packaging
workshops)
2.
Technical Vocational
Education and Training
(TVET) courses (i.e. welding,
commercial cooking, etc.)
3.
Orientation and Practical
Application (i.e. orientation
on proper usage of machines
and/ or common service
utilities.)
4.
Modular courses designed
for specific target groups
(i.e. business management
for Indigenous people)

5.
These trainings may be
school-based or communitybased depending on the
most appropriate and
suitable approach based on
the proposing party,



The funds for the microenterprise
projects will be directly
transferred to SLPAs
(applicable to eligible and
ineligible LGUs)

The rollback will go to the
Association account to be used
for their business expansion and
or as savings & credit facility.


Each eligible SLP


participant can avail up
to a maximum of Php
20,000 per training.
*In the event that the
training requires a higher
amount exceeding the
parameter, the exceeding
amount can be sourced
out as counterpart from
(a) implementing partner
agency (2) the
participants (3) other
stakeholders or the LGU.

The LGU shall


provide the
manpower who
shall be handling
the program in
their respective
city/ municipality.

Below are specific cost


parameters for Seed
Capital Fund activities:

For the conduct of
community
mobilization and
social preparation of
the participants, SLP
follows the existing
cost parameters for
conduct of these
activities, which is PhP
200/meal & 50/snack
per participant.

The LGU must


provide a full time
livelihood worker,
who will be
trained by the SLP
Project
Development
Officers on SLPA

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development

3.

Cash for Building



Livelihood Asset

2017-07003

pre/post harvest facilities/equipment, common


service facilities, and production facilities

2.

All participants should be at


least 18 years of age.
Participants who are at least
16 years old may be accepted
only after submission of a
written consent from a legal
parent or guardian.

A program modality that provides short-term


employment to provide immediate cash assistance
to eligible participants in exchange of productive,
short-term work experience.

It is also for the development and protection of
physical and other natural assets for the establishment
of profitable and sustainable microenterprises.

Only one employable member of a


family that qualifies for the
Sustainable Livelihood Program
may participate in the CBLA.

Short term employment for a


specific purpose must not exceed
11 days (an extension of not
more than 3 months is allowable,
but is subject to justification,
approval of Regional Director and
fund availability) including a preCBLA orientation and a postCBLA wrap up meeting (half-day
for each)

Allowance must be disbursed two
weeks (or earlier) after the last
work day through Cash
Assistance Payroll, through the
Special Disbursing Officers
(SDOs) or city/municipal LGUs
(through fund transfer)


For the Provision of
Seed Capital Fund
implementation will be
subjected to the
eligibility guidelines
under Seed Capital Fund
in the Memorandum
Circular 13 Series of
2014.

For the provision of skills
training program (with
starter kits), a maximum
of PhP20,000 worth of
grant is provided per
participant.

Each participant is
entitled to a maximum
allowance of 75% of the
prevailing regional
minimum wage

The LGU must


provide needed
equipment to the
accomplishment
of the labor to be
provided by SLP.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


4.

Protective Services

Programs and Services

2017-07004

Protective Services are set of programs and services


designed to prevent abuse and exploitation among
children, youth, women, person with disability and
senior citizen or to provide treatment and
rehabilitation to victims and survivors of abuse and
exploitation (program per sector indicated in the
succeeding rows).

For Children:

1.
Provision of Early Childhood Care and
Development (ECCD) learning materials for
DCCs and Supervised Neighborhood Playgroups
2.
Provision of hygiene kit/materials (e.g.
toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, face towel, etc.) in
day care centers for Supervised Neighborhood
Play sites
For PWD:

1.
Provision of medical assistance for beneficiaries
with continuous medication
2.
Self and Social Enhancement Service (e.g.
speech training)
3.
Job Search Services
4.
Establishment of sheltered workshop and
rehabilitation center for PWDs

Beneficiaries of the programs or


projects are those abused, neglected
and vulnerable children, youth,
women, persons with disabilities
and senior citizens and other
marginalized sectors.

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino
Program, Supplemental Feeding
and Social Pension for Indigent
Senior Citizens, AICS and Auxiliary
Social Services for Persons with
Disability cannot be proposed
under BUB because it is already
being implemented by the DSWD
with regular budget allocation

PWD children not covered by the


regular AICS.

For ECCD Kit/ Learning


Materials, per agency
parameters. (Refer to
Annex A)

For Medical Assistance,


the maximum grant per
beneficiary is P5,000

The ff are the requirements:

Original copy of Medical


certificate* (indicating
present diagnosis)

Prescription*

Barangay certificate of
indigency; and

Beneficiaries 2 valid IDs.



* Both medical certificate and
prescription must bear the official
letter head of the hospital/clinic,
with doctors full name, signature
and license number

All requirements cited above
must be dated not later than 3
months from the time of actual
project implementation.

The LGU shall


provide the
manpower who
shall be handling
the program in
their respective
city/ municipality.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


For Older Persons:
1.
Provision of medical assistance for beneficiaries
with continuous medication
2.
Establishment of Homecare Services Facility for
the elderly

Senior citizens from 60 years old


and above who are not covered by
the regular AICS

For Youth:

Unlad Kabataan Program (UKP) which may include the
following sub-activities

Government Internship Program - provision of


opportunities to in-school youth or students aged
18-24 years old to train in government
operations.

Immersion Outreach Program- series of activities


whereby the out-of-school volunteers aged 18-24
years old are assigned in depressed barangays or
center/institutions

Pre-Employment Services- Youth groups


interested in open or self-employment and
business management seminar which aims to
build the employment and to marketability of
those who prefer open employment and to
enhance the entrepreneurial capability of the
business-oriented youth.

Sulong Dunong- provision of access to formal,


vocational or technical skills training that will

Target Beneficiaries, include but not


limited to, members of the Pag-asa
Youth Association of the Philippines
(PYAP), 18-24 years old.

Note: PYAP is composed of Out-ofschool youth (OSY), street children,
juvenile delinquents and some inschool youth who belong to the
poorest of the poor families in the
society.

The following are the


requirements:

Original copy of Medical


certificate* (indicating
present diagnosis)

Prescription*

Barangay certificate of
indigency; and

Beneficiaries 2 valid IDs.



* Both medical certificate and
prescription must bear the official
letter head of the hospital/clinic,
with doctors full name, signature
and license number

All requirements cited above
must be dated not later than
3 months from the time of
actual project
implementation.

For Medical Assistance,


the maximum grant per
beneficiary is P5,000

For Government
Internship Program, the
stipend shall be 75% of
the minimum wage

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


qualify them for open employment or selfemployment to enable them to venture in
livelihood projects/ activities; and collateral-free
and interest free capital loans
Conduct of activities, trainings on social issues,
trends on youth concerns i.e. teen pregnancy,
disaster risk reduction management, enriching
the leadership ability and heighten awareness of
youth on their social responsibility, etc.
For CNSP:

Protective Services for Children in Need of Special
Protection includes the following:

Capability building on how to handle


CNSPs/CICLs

Capability training for parents of


CNSPs/CICLs/abused children (eg. Topic:
positive discipline training)

Medical assistance package to include continuous


medication, laboratory/diagnostic tests for
physically abused children

Psychosocial services for physically and sexually


abused children

For WEDC:

Services for Women and girls in Especially Difficult
Circumstances, including financial assistance in filing
of cases for indigent women.


Establishment of a 24-hour residential care
facility



Construction of mental health facility


The following are the


requirements:

Original copy of Medical


certificate* (indicating
present diagnosis)

Prescription*

Barangay certificate of
indigency; and

Beneficiaries 2 valid IDs.



* Both medical certificate and
prescription must bear the official
letter head of the hospital/clinic,
with doctors full name, signature
and license number

All requirements cited above
must be dated not later than 3
months from the time of actual
project implementation.






one (1) per city and one (1) per
province, including hiring of
Social Worker and at least 3
house parents


preferably one (1) per
province/city, to include hiring of







Lot and salaries of
staff for the
facility



Lot and salaries of
staff for the

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development





Construction of women-friendly space

Financial assistance package to WEDC/VAW


survivors, to include transportation expenses in
attending medico-legal, court hearings, filing fees,
attorneys fees (legal services)

Psychosocial and Healing Services for
VAW/WEDC, i.e. group therapy sessions, trauma
management services, debriefing, counselling, to
include snacks/food, and supplies in every
session

Medical assistance package, to include
continuous medication and rehabilitation,
laboratory/diagnostic exams i.e. X-Ray,
ultrasound, CT-scan

Capability building for LCAT (Local Committee on


Anti-trafficking) VAWC members
Training on VAWC/GBV case handling for
barangay officials and brgy. VAW desk
Training on GAD Planning and budgeting for
LGU-GAD focal point system or GAD council
members

psychologist, psychiatrist,
therapist, lawyer


Daytime venue for
livelihood/skills training;
sessions/forums, preferably one
(1) per city or municipality




Comprehensive Social case study
report to include healing plans

Original or certified true copy of
the medico legal certificate
indicating present diagnosis;
prescription;
laboratory/diagnostic procedure
request (must bear the official
letter head of the issuing entity)
with doctors full name, signature
and license number; brgy.
certificate of indigency (all
requirements cited above must be
dated not later than 3 months
from the time of actual project
implementation); beneficiaries 2
valid IDs; Social Case Study
Report
























Maximum of
P20,000/beneficiary





Maximum of
P15,000/beneficiary
















Maximum of php10,000





facility



Lot and
honorarium of 2
WFS facilitators




































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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development

Provision of supplies for brgy. VAW desk officers,


to include
-PC set,
- logbook for documenting VAW cases and
complaints;
- filing cabinet with lock and key for VAW
cases;
- anti-VAW posters and IEC materials;
- flow chart of anti-VAW services; -
directory of service providers;
- materials for evidence preservation (paper
bags, plastic bags, clean vials);
- toiletries: tissues, sanitary napkin, rubbing
alcohol, cotton;
- folding bed/mat for use of VAW victims
and visitors
- pregnancy test kit

Honorarium of VAW desk officers
(officers must be female i.e. brgy. Tanod,
BHWs



FOR SOLO PARENTS
any individual who falls under any of the following
categories:
(1) A woman who gives birth as a result of rape and
other crimes against chastity even without a final
conviction of the offender: Provided, That the mother
keeps and raises the child;

(2) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to death of spouse;

(3) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood while the spouse is detained or is serving
sentence for a criminal conviction for at least one (1)
year;

(4) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to physical and/or mental incapacity
of spouse as certified by a public medical practitioner;

(5) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
























Any solo parent whose income in
the place of domicile falls below the
poverty threshold as set by the
National
Economic
and
Development Authority (NEDA) and
subject to the assessment of the
DSWD worker in the area shall be
eligible for assistance.

Beneficiaries must not be covered
by the regular AICS.
































The following are the
requirements:

Original copy of Medical


certificate* (indicating
present diagnosis)

Prescription*

Barangay certificate of
indigency; and

Beneficiaries 2 valid IDs.



* Both medical certificate and
prescription must bear the official
letter head of the hospital/clinic,
with doctors full name, signature
and license number

All requirements cited above
must be dated not later than 3
months from the time of actual
project implementation.
























Maximum of
php5,000/beneficiary









































Additional
Counterpart for
the honorarium In
accordance to the
brgy. GAD-IRA

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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


parenthood due to legal separation or de facto
separation from spouse for at least one (1) year, as
long as he/she is entrusted with the custody of the
children;

(6) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to declaration of nullity or annulment
of marriage as decreed by a court or by a church as
long as he/she is entrusted with the custody of the
children;

(7) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to abandonment of spouse for at least
one (1) year;

(8) Unmarried mother/father who has preferred to
keep and rear her/his child/children instead of having
others care for them or give them up to a welfare
institution;

(9) Any other person who solely provides parental
care and support to a child or children;

(10) Any family member who assumes the
responsibility of head of family as a result of the death,
abandonment, disappearance or prolonged absence of
the parents or solo parent.

The following are examples of projects that can be
funded under BUB-PSB:

Livelihood development services which include


trainings on livelihood skills, basic business
management, value orientation or job placement.

Parent effectiveness services which include the


provision and expansion of knowledge and skills
of the solo parent on early childhood
development, behavior management, health care,
rights and duties of parents and children.

Medical assistance for solo parents and their
children, to include continuous medication,
laboratory/diagnostic procedures

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


5.

DREAMB - Programs

and Services

2017-07005

For IDPs/Victims of Disasters and Calamities



1. Support to Social Preparation

This would provide support to initiatives of
CSOs/NGOs/academe in finding solutions for the
effective return to their place of origin or settlement of
families/communities who have experienced longterm or years of displacement due to natural and
human-induced disasters including armed conflict.

This is to support in finding durable solutions to the
displacement of families and community following
rights-based approach. This could cover conduct of
participatory research, social preparation and
participatory planning activities for return and
settlement of displaced families including technical
works and preparation of designs, program of works,
and investment plan for shelter, water, sanitary and
basic social services facilities, lot acquisition, among
other needs for the settlement of the displaced
families. This could also support resolution of the
human-made cause of displacement; networking and
partnership building with concerned support and
funding agencies that could support the settlement of
the target group.

Target project output is a Plan Document that include
the social, environmental, cultural, economic, technical
and legal dimensions as well as costs that would
facilitate effective return or settlement of the displaced
families/communities.
2.
Construction of Shelter Unit

This shall provide tangible support to those families
who have experienced long-term or years of
displacement due to human-made (including
armed conflict) and natural disasters and have not
availed full support from the government for their
effective return or settlement.

This does not include current


displacement cases being attended
to effectively by the government
agencies such as those with state of
calamity declaration. This mainly
covers those areas and displaced
communities where attention of
agencies is nil or absent or response
face difficulty due to various factors
and the project may be able to help
facilitate return or resettlement of
the displaced families or
communities.

Project briefs need to include the


following information:

Brief profile of the


displacement

Indicate the agreement of


the displaced families and
communities to participate
in the proposed project
Target output of the project

The project cost will be a


minimum of P500,000.00
(to support a minimum of
50 families) for 51
families or more. This
amount is pegged to
cover social preparation
including participatory
planning, research,
networking and
partnership building
activities, and technical
assistance for the
necessary preparation of
designs, program of
works, and investment
plan of projects required
for the settlement of the
displaced.

The LGU shall


provide the
manpower
support in
implementing the
program.

Negative list include communities


that are covered by the agencies in
their recovery and rehabilitation
program in response to a disaster.

This does not include support for
construction of barangay halls and
other infrastructures that are not in
the list of priority of the displaced
families/communities.

Project briefs need to include the


following information:

Background of the
displacement and the
processes undertaken that
made the families/
communities ready for
return or resettlement

Profile of target beneficiaries


Role of each stakeholder in
the project implementation

The agency cost


parameters shall be
followed (refer to Annex
B)

The LGU shall


provide the
manpower, lot
and site
development for
resettlement of
families, and
financial
counterpart as
applicable.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Social Welfare and Development


6.

Kapit-Bisig Laban

sa Kahirapan
Comprehensive and
Integrated Delivery
of Social Services
National Community
Driven Development
Program (KC-NCDDP)

2017-07006

KC-NCDDP is a community demand-driven


development project that aims to empower target
municipalities to achieve access to improved basic
services and to take part in more inclusive local
planning and budgeting.

KC-NCDDP is also following an open-menu hence any
type of project can be implemented using the
community-driven development approach.
The following are examples of projects that can be
funded under KC-NCDDP for BUB:

1.
Basic social services sub-projects: community
water systems, school buildings, day care
centers, barangay health stations,
electrification, and tribal housing/shelter

2.
Basic access infrastructure: access roads, small
bridges/footbridges and access trails

3.
Community production, economic support and
common services facilities: community
economic enterprise training, equipment and
materials support sub-projects, pre- and postharvest and multi-purpose facilities (including
senior citizen centers), small scale irrigation
and community transport

4.
Environmental protection and conservation:
drainage, river/flood control, sea wall, soil
protection (rip rap), artificial coral reef
sanctuary and sanitation facilities; and

5.
Skills training and capability building subprojects and others like light house/ecotourism sub-projects

Negative List:

Weapons, chainsaws (except
during post-disaster response),
explosives, pesticides,
insecticides, herbicides,
asbestos and other materials
potentially dangerous
Fishing boats and nets above
the prescribed size and weight
set by the BFAR
Road construction into
protected areas
Use of project funds for
compensation for land
Micro-credit that involve onlending of project funds
Activities that have alternative
prior sources of committed
funding
Maintenance and operation of
facilities
Recurrent government
expenditures (e.g. salaries for
government and LGU staff)
Construction or repair of
government offices, meeting
halls and places of religious
worship
Political and religious activities,
rallies & materials
Salaried activities that employ
children below age16
Activities exploiting women or
men at any age
Travel
Consumption items or events

The agency cost


parameters shall be
followed (Refer to
attached parameters)

LGU to provide
cash or labor
counterpart

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of the Interior and Local Government


1.

Provision of Potable

Water Supply

2017-08001

BuB-PWSS provides access to potable water supply


systems for cities and municipalities who have
unserved or underserved communities. There are two
major components:

A. Infrastructure investments Under this project,
LGUs are assisted so they can implement Level 2
or Level 3 water projects either new construction
(source or storage tanks) rehabilitation or
replacement of pipelines, expansion and
upgrading from Level 2 to 3.

Level 2: water source (spring, groundwater,
surface water) with water treatment facilities,
transmission and distribution lines, storage tank
and communal faucets or tap stands. Farthest
user is not more than 25 m from the public faucet
or tap stand.

Level 3: water source (spring, groundwater,
surface water) with water treatment facilities,
transmission and distribution lines, storage tank,
service connections with water meters. HH
served is 1 HH per service connection.

B. Capacity Building

Capacity development programs under this
initiative aim to improve capacities of the LGUs
and water service providers in planning,
implementation and operation and maintenance
of water supply facilities in a sustainable manner.


Level 1: Point source (rain, spring


or groundwater); farthest user is
not more than 250m from the
source; 15 minutes walk. HH
served will range from 15 25 HH.

Modality of water supply facility


management (e.g. LGU-managed,
BWASA, Water District, private
Water Service Providers)

No. of Households to be served by
the facility

Levels 2/3

Expansion/
Rehabilitation/
Replacement/ Upgrading

Deep well and spring
development; 50HH200HH (Cost P1.0M
P2.00M); 150-400HH
(Cost: P2M-4M)

New Construction

Deep well (groundwater),
pump with electromechanical), water
treatment facilities,
storage tank (40-60cu.m
elevated tank),
transmission and
distribution, communal
faucets or tap stands or
service connections with
water meters; if 50HH200HH (Cost:P2M-P 4M);
if 200-350HH (Cost: P5P7M); if 350650HH(Cost: P 8M-12M)

New Construction

Spring Development:
intake box or spring box,
water treatment facility,
storage tank,
transmission 5-7km,
distribution lines, storage
tank (elevated/ground
concrete or steel), public
faucets or tap stand or
service connections with
water meters, 100200HH; (Cost P2M- 4M),

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of the Interior and Local Government

2.

Evacuation Facility

2017-08002

Construction or repair/ Rehab/ Upgrading of:



Evacuation Center capable of providing temporary
shelter for displaced families in times of calamities
also serves as command center and training venue for
calamity drills and other disaster preparedness
activities.

Evacuation centers must be


constructed on a safe area or incase
constructed at the flood prone area,
minimum finished floor line must
be elevated at least 1meter above
maximum flood level height

Basic Facilities that must be
included:

1. Shelter and accommodation (40
sq m per 6 families)
2. Toilet and bathing areas (1:20
persons)

Separate toilet and bath for Male
and Female

3. Minimum of 1 toilet per site for
PWD
4. Electricity and Potable Water
Supply
5. Communal Kitchen
6. Storage Area
7. Health Station/clinic/Infirmary
8. DRRM/Camp Management desk
or office
Other Facilities that maybe included
9. Wash/Laundry Area
10. Breast Feeding Room
11.Child friendly Spaces (CFS)
12.Couple Room
13. Provision for management of
livestock and domestic animals
owned by evacuees

NEGATIVE LIST:
-Construction of covered courts as
evacuation center
-Construction of open type
buildings

1. Indicate exact address of


proposed site for evacuation
center and coordinates with
certification from MGB or Zoning
Officer that the site is in safe area
to be submitted to DILG not later
than May 31, 2015

2. Lot Area
3. Indicate type of Infrastructure
(Concrete Type, Steel or wooded,
etc.)

4. Number of storeys

5. Indicate facilities to be included
in the evacuation center

6. Target beneficiaries and
number of
beneficiaries/household

if 200-400HH (Cost: P 47M); if 400HH600HH(Cost: P8-10M)


Minimum project cost

Repair/Rehab/Upgrading
of existing Evacuation
Center Php1 Million

New Construction of
Evacuation Center - Php2
Million

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Department of the Interior and Local Government


3.

Rescue Equipment

and/or DRRM
equipment

2017-08003

Procurement of Rescue Equipment like boat (Inflatable


rubber boats, motorized boats, speed boats, bancas,
etc.), mass transport vehicles, and heavy equipment

Procurement of DRRM Equipment like life vest/jacket,
flashlight, standby generator, hand held radio, rope,
megaphone/siren, chainsaw, etc.

4.

Flood Control

2017-08004

5.

Community-Based

Monitoring System - Accelerated Poverty
Profiling (CBMS-APP)

2017-08005

Construction/Installation of slope protections (like


grouted riprap, stone masonry, seawall, gravity wall,
etc.), drainage structures and other infrastructure that
will mitigate soil erosion and flooding

The Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) is
an organized process of data collection and processing
at the local level and of integration of data in local
planning, program implementation and impact
monitoring. It is a system that promotes evidencedbased policy making and program implementation
while empowering communities to participate in the
process. CBMS is being implemented using standard
training modules on data collection- Paper-based and
mobile based -CBMS Accelerated Poverty Profiling
(CBMS-APP), Data Processing (CS Pro and StatSim)
and Poverty Mapping (QGIS). CBMS Training Modules
are being provided by CBMS accredited trainers from
DILG Central Office and DILG Regional Offices.

CBMS seeks to address the existing data gaps at the
local level for diagnosing extent of poverty at the local
level in determining the causes of poverty, formulating
appropriate policies and programs, identifying eligible
beneficiaries and assessing the impact of policies and
programs. It also supports the decentralization

NEGATIVE LIST:

FOR RESCUE EQUIPMENT
1. Ambulance- provided under DOH
and PCSO
2.Fire Trucks - provided under
Bureau of Fire (BOF)
3.Luxury vehicle - as indicated in
MC 2014-155
4.Second Hand vehicles

FOR DRRM EQUIPMENT
Consumable goods are not allowed
like:
-Office Supplies (papers, ballpens,
envelopes, etc.)
-Medical Supplies (medicine,
alcohol, band aids, first aid kit, etc.)

1. Type of equipment
2. Technical Specifications
3. Number of units
4. Accessories included

Minimum of five hundred


thousand pesos (PhP
500,000.00)

Proposed project budget that can


cover ( but not limited to) the
following aspects of standard CBMS
implementation:(1) Conduct of
CBMS Modular Trainings ( CBMS
Modules 1 - 4); (2) Transportation
Expense of the trainers on the
provision of technical assistance
during the conduct of CBMS
Modular trainings; (3) Procurement
of tablets (for LGUs adopting the
CBMS Accelerated Poverty Profiling
(APP) tools for use in field census
operations (with minimum required
specifications to adopt the standard
CBMS data collection software; (4)
Procurement of hardware
equipment (computer for
establishment of data banks
(storage of data from conduct of
CBMS census) at the

Standard Memorandum of
Agreement (MOA) in
collaboration with DILG and
CBMS International Coordinating
Network Team; the project can be
implemented in all LGUs in the
Philippines who are willing to
adopt and implement the CBMS
by executing the a Memorandum
of Agreement (MOA ) between
and among the LGU and the DILG
Regional and among the LGU and
the DILG Regional Office
concerned, DILG-BLGD and the
CBMS International Coordinating
Team with attached SB
Resolution authorizing the Local
Chief executive to sign the MOA,
timetable of project activities and
counterpart budget details for
conduct of CBMS training and

The standard cost for


CBMS implementation is
Php 128.08 / hh
(covering cost of training
(meals and materials) of
CBMS modules, 1
computer hardware for
databank, conduct of field
census (including tablets
(for those implementing
the CBMS-APP) and
printing of census forms
(for those implementing
the Paper-Based).

NOTE: CBMS instruments
for adta collection,
processing and poverty
mapping software and
training modules are
being shared to LGUs

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of the Interior and Local Government


process of capacitating LGUs to collect, analyze and
use of adta in local planning and program
implementation

6.

7.

Informal Settlers

Families (Main
Menu)

Citizen-led (or
People-Led) Shelter
Program for ISFs in
danger zones outside
of Metro Manila

Core local road

construction/
rehabilitation/
maintenance

2017-08006

A.
B.
C.

Social Preparation for People-Led Shelter


Proposals/Plans
People-led Shelter Planning (or maybe
referred as Peoples Planning)
Preparation for land Acquisition for PeopleShelter Proposals/Plans

provincial/municipal/city/baranga
y level) and colored printers for the
printing of poverty maps and
generated reports and tables.

other related activities.

adopting CBMS for free


by the CBMS INCT as part
of its technical assistance
support to LGUs and
DILG.

1. Road must not have RROW issue.


Site ownership is LGUs
responsibility and should already
be addressed by the LGU before the
submission of the road project
proposal.

Road section proposed for funding
must be certified by the MPDC/
CPDC that it is not located within
the hazard zone.

The standard cost will only serve


as a guide for planning, and a
Program of Work (POW) will still
be required. The POW shall
include the following:

Plans with specifications
Detailed Unit Price Analysis
(DUPA)
Straight line Diagram
indicating the station limits
and the physical works to be
funded in the proposal
Detailed Estimates
Back-up calculations
Vicinity Map/Location
indicating the connectivity
of the proposed road section
with the LGUs core local
road network
Schedule of project
implementation from
procurement to completion
Photographs of the
proposed Project Site (geotagged)


1. Footbridges
1.1 Reinforced concrete
slab on long span beam
footbridge

Construction
Unit cost: P21,000 per sq.
meter

Rehabilitation
Unit cost: P15,000 per sq.
meter

1.2 Cable-suspended
Steel footbridge

Construction
Unit cost: P30,000 per sq.
meter

Rehabilitation
Unit cost: P18,000 per sq.
meter

2. Gravel Roads
2.1 Gravel Road (Single
Lane)
a. Upgrading (from earth
to gravel road) if single

2017-08007

Improving the core local road network contributes


most to the development of the LGUs. Road
improvement promotes economic and social
development. The most evident objective in investing
on core local road infrastructures is to support the
poor communities in terms of improving their
connectivity, access, and mobility to major
thoroughfare where social and health services,
commercial and economic centers are located.

Infrastructure Investments
I. Footbridges
A. New construction of footbridge
B. Rehabilitation of existing footbridge

II. Roads
A. Upgrading of earth road/ gravel road to PCCP (may
include slope protection if needed)
B. Upgrading of earth to gravel road (may include
slope protection if needed)
D. Drainage improvement (i.e. concrete lined canal,
RCPC, RCBC)

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of the Interior and Local Government


The POW shall be prepared in
accordance with the following:

a.
DPWH DO 22 Series of
2015 (Re: Revised
Guidelines in the
preparation of
Approved Budget for
the Contract (ABC)
b.
DPWH Standard
Specifications for
Highways, Bridges and
Airports Volume II
2004 Edition
(Bluebook)
c.
COA Circular 2013-004
(Information and
Publicity on
Programs/Projects/Act
ivities of Government
Agencies.

lane only (thickness of


PCCP at least 6 inches)

Flat terrain
Estimated cost:
P1,270,000.00
Unit cost: 420/sq.m.

Rolling terrain
Estimated cost:
P820,000.00
Unit cost: 325/sq.m.

Mountainous terrain
Estimated cost:
P860,000.00
Unit cost: 425/ sq. m.

3. Concrete road (single
lane)

a. Upgrading (from
earth to PCCP), if single
lane only, thickness of
PCCP at least 6 inches

Flat terrain
Estimated cost:
6,565,000.00
Unit cost: 2,170/sq.m.

Rolling terrain
Estimated cost:
4,520,000.00
Unit cost: 1,790/sq.m.

Mountainous terrain
Estimated cost:
6,400,000.00
Unit cost: 3,160/sq.m.

b. Upgrading (from gravel
to PCCP) if single lane
only, thickness of PCCP at

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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of the Interior and Local Government


least 6 inches

Flat terrain
Estimated cost:
3,100,000.00
Unit cost: 1,025/sq.m.

Rolling terrain
Estimated cost:
2,730,000.00
Unit cost: 1,080/sq.m.

Mountainous terrain
Estimated cost:
2,865,000.00
Unit cost: 1,415/sq.m.

c. Rehabilitation

Flat terrain
Estimated cost:
930,000.00
Unit cost: 307/sq.m.

Rolling terrain
Estimated cost:
820,000.00
Unit cost: 325/sq.m.

Mountainous terrain
Estimated cost:
860,000.00
Unit cost: 425/sq.m.

4. Drainage
Improvement

a. Construction/
installation of:

RCPC, 910 mm. diam.
With Stone Masonry
Est. Cost: 600,000.00
Unit cost: 20,000/l.m.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of the Interior and Local Government



Grouted Riprap /
concrete lined ditch
Est. Cost: 600,000.00
Unit cost: 1,200/l.m.

b. Construction/
installation of RCBC
Unit cost: 100,000 per sq.
meter


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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Department of Tourism
1.

Local Tourism

2017-09Development Project 001

Technical Advisory Services


Number of technical assistance provided to
stakeholders in:
A. Local Tourism Development Plan
Formulation or updating of the following
tourism plans:
1.
Provincial Tourism Plan
2.
Municipal Tourism Plan
3.
Site Tourism Plan














B. Product Development (to include trainings
and workshops, purchase of equipment and
limited construction of tourism community
business)


C. Visitor Information Center (Site to be
identified by the DOT Regional Office)

D. Product of brochures and collateral
materials

E. Marketing and Promotions

1.
Participation in travel fair, national
travel fair, international travel fair




Negative list: The following projects


are not eligible for funding pursuant
to DOT Department Order No.
2014-07 as amended by the
Department Order 2015-02 on
Fisher folk projects:

1. Construction of roads and bridges
leading to tourists destinations as
DOT and DPWH have a separate
program already
2. Construction of sports facilities
and multi-purpose buildings
3. Development of piers and jetties
4. Provision of capitalization/seed
fund for aby tourism project
5. Similar projects already being
funded by other NGAs


Site must be identified in the
national or local tourism plan

1. Site to be identified by the DOT
Regional Office
Design is consistent with TIEZA
standard for visitor information
center and rest areas









Expenses only for booth rental and
logistics, provided there are two or
more private sector attending the
fair, whether local or international


The following information need


to be provided by the proponent
to hasten the evaluation process:
1. Project description
2. Information about the
destination, e.g. visitor
arrivals, number of hotels/
resorts, among others
3. Copy of tourism development
Plan, if they are implementing
any product development,
tourism infrastructure,
trainings, and microenterprise
4. Inventory of tourism resources








1. Lot to be donated by the LGU
2. MOU between the LGU and
tourism council for the private
sector to operate the facility


1. Design must be consistent with
tourism branding






1. Trade fair should be consistent
with the events being attended
by DOT or TPB

2. LGU must also provide for
counterpart fund




Provincial Plan - Php 2.5
M
Municipal Plan - Php 2.0
M
Site Plan - Php 1.5
M














Product Dev - Php 5.0 M





Visitor Info Ctr - Php 1.0
to 2.5 M

Brochures - Php 1.0 M




National/Local - Php1.5M
International - Php 2.5 M




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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Tourism
2.

Branding




F.

Tourism training in the areas of planning,


product development, marketing standards
and local legislation

G.

Setting-up tourism database or tourism


statistics

H.

Formulation of Local Ordinance




Skills Training

I.



Micro and small tourism

Hiring of experts to assist in brand


development, including workshops
and research











Must be identified as critical need
by the DOT Regional Office in close
consultation with the private sector

Link to product design and packing
to be used by the tourism
enterprise or tourist

Branding - Php 1.0 M





Training - Php 0.6 M



Tourism Database - Php
1.0 M

Local Ordinance Php0.5M

Skills training - Php 0.7 M



Micro and Small -
Php0.6M


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2017 BOTTOM-UP BUDGETING (BuB) MENU OF PROGRAMS

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Trade and Industry


1.

Local Regional

Economic
Development (LRED)

2017-10001

LRED's objective is to promote the emergence of


vibrant and ecologically sustainable local and regional
economies which will trigger pro-poor growth, and
ultimately better living conditions for the majority of
the people.

Eligible for LGUs:


(i) which do not have said plans yet,
(ii) which have gone through LRED
in the past and are due for updating

Negative list:
- provision for capital outlay

Targets for:

(i) No. of staff capacitated
(ii) No. of action plan formulated
(iii) No. of projects identified
(iv) Increase in income of LGU
(v) Increase in investment in LGU

MOOE to cover expenses


for:
Conduct of Action Plan
Planning Workshop =
P500,000.00

For:
(i) Business Development
Service (BDS) Provider
(ii) Venue
(iii) Food
(iv) Others

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation.

2.

Yaman Pinoy (YP)/



Negosyo Center
Services

2017-10002

A learning program designed to promote


entrepreneurial mindset among but not limited to the:
basic sectors / vulnerable sectors, stakeholders (e.g.
LGUs).

The learning program will also include capacity
building programs to promote, develop and assist
MSMEs, capacitate Business Development Service
institutions (to improve their services for micro and
small enterprises), and provide institutional
strengthening for MFIs (to extend assistance to turn
more MFIs into efficient providers of micro credit).

All assistances will be thru the Negosyo Centers.

Interventions:
(i) Training
(a) Skill and Industry-focus training
(b) Product quality and safety training
(c) Entrepreneurial training, and
(d) planning/organization development workshops
(ii) Product Development
(iii) Marketing

Eligibility:
- With project/business ideas
- Priority to economic activities
contributory to the value chain of
Priority industry clusters

Notes:
- to be implemented nationwide
including the poorest of the poor
provinces
- 14 Basic sectors are: Farmers,
Fisherfolks, Urban Poor,
Indigeneous People, Migrant
workers, Workers in the Informal
Sector, Women, Children, Youth,
Senior Citizen, Persons with
Disability, NGOs, Cooperative,
Victims of Disasters and Calamities


Negative list:
-Provision of
funds/capitalization/lending
-Provision of Capital Outlay

Targets for:

(i) No. of beneficiaries
(ii) Increase in income of
beneficiaries
(iii) No. of technical assistance
provided
(iv) No. of employment generated
(v) No. of new entrepreneurs, if
applicable

Also, provide information for:
(i) Type of training requested
(ii) Product prototype requested
(iii) Simple tools/equipment
requested

MOOE to cover expenses


for:

Trainings =
PhP100,000.00
Product Development =
PhP300,000.00
Marketing =
PhP300,000.00 Hiring of
MASICAP II students to
provide technical
assistance to MSMEs =
PhP300,000.00


Total Cost = Php1.0
million

Notes:
(i) Training
cost includes resource
person, meals and snacks,
venue, equipment,
transportation, supplies
and materials
(ii) Product devt
includes consultation
with product designers,
products for prototyping,
product labeling&
packaging and provision

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Trade and Industry


of simple tools/
equipment
(iii) Marketing includes
activities that promote
the product/service i.e.
Municipal /Regional /
National trade fairs, etc.
(iv) MASICAP II is a
program that taps senior
students, taking up
business courses from
selected schools and
universities, to prepare
feasibility studies for loan
application.

3.

Establishment of

Negosyo Centers

2017-10003

Negosyo Centers are established to provide or


facilitate access to various business development
services for micro, small and medium enterprises.
Republic Act No 10644 otherwise known as the Go
Negosyo Act, provides that Negosyo Centers shall be
responsible for promoting ease of doing business and
facilitating access to services for MSMEs within its
jurisdiction.

Eligible for LGUs:


(i) which do not have Negosyo
Center yet or those requiring
upgrading .


Targets for:
(i) No. of Negosyo Centers
established

Capital Outlay and MOOE


to cover expenses for:
(i) Renovation of office
space for Negosyo Center
PhP500,000.00;
(ii) Furniture and fixtures
PhP400,000.00;
(iii) Office equipment
such as computer,
printer, etc.
PhP300,000.00.
(iv) Advocacy/Info
materials -
PhP300,000.00
Total Cost of PhP1.5
million

Please refer to attached
Multi-Phase Plan for the
Establishment of
Negosyo Center for the
required space and
common look of the
Negosyo Center.

Provision of a site
/ office space for
the Center.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Trade and Industry


4.

Shared Service

Facilities (SSF)

2017-10004

Refers to common service facilities or production


centers that give MSMEs access to better technology
and more sophisticated equipment to accelerate their
bid for competitiveness, help them graduate to the
next level where they could tap better and wider
markets and be integrated in the global supply chain
through the provision of machinery, equipment, IT
systems, tools and related accessories. Availment of
SSFs is thru cooperators which could either be
cooperative, association, LGU, SUCs, etc.

The proposed SSF project addresses


processing and manufacturing gaps
or bottlenecks of an industry cluster
including:

(i) Absence of the needed facility
(ii) Lack of capacity of an existing
facility
(iii) Cost of services of an existing
facility is not affordable
(iv) Lack of or inadequate technical
and administrative services that
will promote and facilitate the
growth of MSMEs within the
priority industry clusters.

The proposed SSF Project increases
the productivity of an industry
cluster in terms of:
(i) Product improvement/Quality
enhancement/Marketability
(ii) Price competitiveness
(iii) Conformity to standards

Eligibility:
1. Must have a Cooperator who is
willing to manage the SSF and
must have the following:
(a) Existing business; and
(b) have a counterpart fund, e.g.
building, existing equipment,
existing personnel to manage the
SSF

2. Project must be approved by a
Technical Working Group
composed of DTI, DOST, LGU,
Industry expert, member of local
Chamber of Commerce and
Industry, and other appropriate
Government agency)

Negative List
Provision of MOOE is not allowed.

Targets for:

(i) No. of MSMEs assisted
-Start-ups
-Existing
-Micro
-Small
-Medium
(ii) Increase in sales
(iii) No. of technical assistance
provided
(iv) No. of beneficiaries
(v) Increase in income of
beneficiaries

Also, specify the following:
(a) Total project cost itemizing
the Counterpart fund and the SSF
project cost; and
(b) list equipment to be
requested, estimated cost and the
technical description of the
equipment.

Amount,under Capital
Outlay, depends on the
SSF requested but should
not be below
P500,000.00.

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Trade and Industry


5.

Support to SSF

2017-10005

To provide operational support to the maintenance of


common service facilities/production centers

LGUs that are previously recipient


of SSF either from DTI regular fund
or LGUs that have SSF Fisher folk
projects.

Negative List
- Provision of Capital Outlay is not
allowed.

Targets for:
(i) No. of MSMEs assisted
-Start-ups
-Existing Micro, Small, Medium
(ii) Increase in sales
(iii) No. of technical assistance
provided
(iv) No. of beneficiaries
(v) Increase in income of
beneficiaries

Specify the SSF to be supported,
status of the SFF, and the
technical assistance requested.

MOOE to cover expenses


for:

Capability building,
trainings, seminars,
marketing, hiring of
experts, local study
missions or Lakbay Aral
(this is to benchmark
with other SSFs and learn
the Best Practices of
other SSFs) =
P500,000.00.

Capital Outlay expenses
are not eligible.

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

6.

Pasalubong

Center/Shop

2017-10006

Establishment of a Pasalubong Center/Shop in the


municipality/city. Goods may be brought to high
traffic areas.

DTIs role is that of a business development facilitator
and service provider.

The objective is to promote local products.

Negative List:
(i) Construction of building
(ii) Purchase of vehicle

Targets for:

(i) No. of technical assistance
provided
(ii) No. of beneficiaries
(iii) Increase in income of
beneficiaries
(iv) No of MSMEs assisted
- Start-Ups
- Existing
- Micro
- Small
- Medium
(v) Increase in sales
(vi) No. of products showcased

Also, provide details for CO
request to purchase and fabricate
mobile store.

MOOE+CO
Inventory = P700,000.00
Fabrication/Renovation
= P300,000.00
Marketing and Promotion
= P500,000.00

Total Cost of OTOP Store
Express = P1.5M

Space to house
the Pasalubong
Center/Shop, and
provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Department of Trade and Industry


7.

Industry Clustering

2017-10Development Program 007

The industry clustering and value chain development


approach is considered as a key strategy to MSME
development of priority sector(s) in a given
city/municipality. Project components include:

(i) Capacity building/training
(ii) Product development and technology promotion
(iii) Marketing promotion/linkage
(iv) Investment promotion and facilitation
(v) Monitoring and evaluation

MSMEs in sectors under Coffee,


Bamboo, Dairy, Milkfish, Health and
Wellness, Tourism, Wearables&
Home styles, GDH, Banana, Mango,
Coconut, Wood, Seaweeds, Rubber,
Oil Palm


Negative list:
-Provision of Capital Outlay (CO)

Targets for:

(i) No. of technical assistance
provided.
(ii) No. of beneficiaries
(iii) Increase in income of
beneficiaries
(iv) No. of MSME assisted
-Start ups
-Existing
-Micro
-Small
-Medium
(v) Increase in sales

8.

Price Mapping and



Monitoring

2017-10008

Effort of LGU as Chair of Local Price Coordinating


Councils (LPCCs) to monitor the prices of basic and
prime commodities. It aims to establish database to
determine price trends, supply and distribution chain,
price (choke points). Data can also be used for disaster
preparedness and reference price for price control.

- LGU must have a functional LPCC


in place.
-Available in all cities and
municipalities.

Negative list
- Provision of Capital Outlay is not
allowed

Targets for:
(i) no. of firms monitored
(ii) Price monitoring database
developed (profile of
establishments/price of basic and
prime commodities)

9.

Green Growth

2017-10009

Effort of LGU and DTI to promote the competitiveness


of local micro, small and medium enterprises by
adopting green practices (sustainable practices). The
project will educate LGUs and MSMEs, and promote
the adoption of environment friendly practices such a
waste reduction, resource efficiency, climate risk
mitigation and adaptation through training, seminar,
energy audits and firm level interventions.

Limited to MSMEs and LGUs.



Negative list:
- Provision of Capital Outlay (CO) is
not allowed

Targets for:
(i) No. of technical assistance
provided
(ii) No. of beneficiaries
(iii) Increase in income of
beneficiaries
(iv) No. of seminars conducted
(v) No. of MSMEs assisted

MOOE to cover expenses


for:

Capacity Building =
P100,000.00

Product Development =
P340,000.00

Marketing = P270,000.00


Investment Promotion =
P100,000.00

Total cost of ICDP =
P810,000.00

MOOE to cover expenses
for:

Capability building, LPCC
meetings, profiling of
establishments,
monitoring, survey,
database, and other
incidental expenses and
supplies = P500,000.00

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

MOOE to cover expenses


for:

(i) sensitizing events
(information/advocacy)
(ii) greening the value
chain - firm level
interventions

Total cost = P1M

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

Provision of at
least 1 LGU
personnel for DTI
Fisher folk project
implementation

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources


1.

Mariculture

Development

2017-11001

Established in municipal waters in collaboration with


the concerned local government units and in
consultation with the municipal fisher folk leaders.

Mariculture technologies for livelihood are promoted
to include: 1) fish cage culture of high value marine
species such as bangus, lapu-lapu, siganids, abalone,
and seaweeds among others; 2) shellfish culture using
raft-type method; 3) seaweed farming.

Fish cage for livelihood can also be given to fisher folk
beneficiaries/association/households enabling them
to participate in mariculture development.

Recipient- LGU, fisher folk


association, beneficiaries

Project proposal

Cost based on proposal

2.

Fishing Gears and



Paraphernalia

2017-11002

This includes provision of environment-friendly


fishing gears and paraphernalia e.g. gill nets, squid
jiggers, lambaklad, hook & lines, among others.

BFAR will conduct trainings for fisher folk in fishing
gear design, and construction and operation when
necessary. Upon the completion of the training
program, the constructed environment-friendly fishing
gears will then be distributed to the respective
participants in support for livelihood.

Recipient - Fisher folk

Project proposal

Cost based on the


proposal

3.

Fish Processing Plant


2017-11003

Post-harvest facility, which aims to improve food


safety practices, promote GMP/SSOP and valueadding, and eventually increase income of womens
group, and/or micro and small fisheries enterprises

Target beneficiaries: LGUs, Fisher folk womens
Associations, MSMEs

Recipient LGU/Fisher folk


Womens Organization, Fisheries
MSMEs

Lot, electricity & water utilities,


Operating and Maintenance cost
to be shouldered by the
proponent/beneficiary

Cost based on the


proposal

4.

Seaweed Development

Program

2017-11004

This Program covers establishment of seaweed


nurseries, provision of seaweed farm implements, and
propagules/seedlings, among others.

Target beneficiaries: individual fisher folks, fisher folk
associations, and fisher folks households/family

Recipient Fisher folk beneficiaries,


Fisher folk associations, fisher folk
households

Project Proposal,

Cost based on proposal


(e.g. seaweed nursery
=P80,000; seaweed farm
implements =
P15,000/set, etc.)

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources


5.

Aquasilviculture

2017-11005

Includes farming of high-value species and crab


fattening/grow-out in contained areas within a
rehabilitated mangrove without cutting a single
mangrove.

Aims to create self-sufficient fishing families in
targeted coastal/fishing communities by addressing
resource depletion, environmental degradation and
lack of income opportunities.

The aquasilviculture technology is an effective
approach in reversing unproductive, underutilized
and/or abandoned fishpond areas.

Recipient Fisher folk beneficiaries,


Fisher folk associations, fisher folk
households

Area suitable for the project;


Project Proposal

Aquasilviculture = P
250,000-300,000 per
has.

6.

Fish Sanctuary

2017-11006

Aims to protect and/or rehabilitate fisheries and


aquatic resources in the municipal waters.

It will be a no fishing zone where buoys and Artificial
reefs will be installed.

Bantay Dagat volunteers will undergo Training for
Fish Wardens and once completed will be deputized

Recipient fisher folk association,


LGUs

Project Proposal

Cost based on proposal

7.

Packaged Trainings

2017-11007

Skills Training cum Livelihood Projects (Aquaculture


Technology, Fish Capture and Post-Harvest
Technology)

After the training, participants are given start-up
livelihood

Target beneficiaries: fisher folk associations, fisher
folks housewives and fisher folks households/family

Recipient Fisher folk beneficiaries,


Fisher folk associations, fisher folk
households

Project proposal

Cost based on proposal

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources


8.

Land Acquisition and



Social Preparation for
Fisher folks
Settlements

2017-11008

The project aims to carry out innovative, communitydriven approaches to fisher folk settlement that would
give additional resources for municipalities, cities and
provinces to fulfill state mandates to develop
settlements for marginalized fisher folk.

This would mean the inclusion of fisher folk settlement
projects in the Bottom-up Budgeting (FISHER FOLK)
process, specifically for acquisition of suitable lands
and social preparation to provide local governments
with the resources to pursue their own initiatives in
addressing these needs.

LGUs that obtain budget support from BUB for land
acquisition and social preparation can couple these
funds to negotiate financing for land development and
housing construction from shelter agencies such as the
Socialized Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC).

They can also leverage these resources to build
partnerships with civil society and international
organizations that provide shelter for marginalized
sectors such as the fisher folk.

There would be roles for the DILG in administering the
Fisher folk, the NAPC in social and technical
preparation for the fisher folk settlement, and the
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in
providing support programs for the fisher folk
settlement.

This will support the priority sectoral agenda on fast
tracking the implementation of fisher folk settlement.

**BFAR can take on land acquisition for the fisher folk
settlement; however, the construction/provision of
housing does not fall under its mandate.

To be eligible for fisher folk


settlement, local governments must
submit for evaluation the following:

1. Inventory of land suitable for
fisher folk settlement with
appropriate documentation;
2. Verified roster of registered
fisher folk living in unsafe areas;
and
3. Existing or proposed facilities
such as fish landing centers that
can be linked with the fisher folk
settlement to be established.

Additionally, local governments
would also need to exhibit their
track record in areas such as:

1. Disaster risk reduction and
management;
2. Fisheries and coastal resources
management; and
3. Local governance in general,
which can be seen from the Seals
of Good Housekeeping/Good
Local Governance that they have
obtained in the past.

There would be no provision for
land development and housing
construction, as these would need
to be provided by LGUs and/or
shelter agencies such as SHFC.

With the current cost


parameters of PhP
290,000 per housing unit
(broken down as 195,000
for housing construction,
PhP 85,000 for land
development and PhP
10,000 for land
acquisition), the BUB cap
of PhP 15,000,000 per
municipality and PhP
30,000,000 per city
would provide with local
governments with the
resources to obtain land
for approximately 1,400
fisher folk families with
PhP 1,000,000 for social
preparation for
municipalities; and 2,800
fisher folk families with
PhP 2,000,000 for social
preparation for cities.
Project costs per LGU
would depend on the
number of fisher folk
families that need to be
resettled out of unsafe
areas.

Costs for some LGUs may
be well under the annual
cap while for others BUB
funding for fisher folk
settlement may go
through several cycles to
be completed.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


1.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Agriculture)

2017-12001

Raise poultry (leading to animal production NC II)




Raise Swine (Leading to animal production NC II)


Raise small ruminants (leading to animal production
NC II)


Installing landscape (leading to landscape installation
and maintenance; softscape NC II)


Raise Organic Chicken (leading to Organic agriculture
production NC II)


Produce organic vegetable (leading to organic
agriculture production NC II)


Produce organic concoction and extracts (leading to
organic agriculture production NC II)

Horticulture NC III


Agricultural Crops Production NC I


Agricultural Production NC III

At least 15 years old



Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

226 HRS; 30 days; 5,100


per capita cost

306HRS; 30days; 6,100
per capita cost

306HRS; 30days; 5,600
per capita cost


212 HRS; 13days; 4,580
per capita cost


96HRS; 9days; 3,840



96 HRS; 8days; 3,380 per
capita cost


96HRS; 8days; 3,380 per
capita cost

445 HRS; @10,500 per
capita cost

302HRS @P8,000 per
capita cost

445 HRS @ P8,000 per
capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


2.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Automotive)

2017-12002

Conduct Diesel Engine Tune Up (Perform diesel/gas


engine tune up)

Service automotive battery


Service ignition system


Test and repair wiring/lighting system servicing


Remove and Tag Vehicle Components(Perform under
chassis preventive maintenance, Remove and Replace
electrical/electronic unit/assembles, Remove and tag
engine system components, Remove and tag steering
suspension and brake system components and remove
transmission system )

Service engine mechanical components


Service automotive electrical


Service power train components


Perform preventive maintenance on motorcycle
mechanical and electrical systems

Service small engine system and components


Automotive Servicing NC II (Service Engine Mechanical
Systems)

Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing NC II

At least 16 years old



Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

88HRS; 14days; 3,340


per capita cost

80HRS; 10days; 2,600
per capita cost

76HRS; 10days; 2,500
per capita cost

96HRS; 12days; 3,020
per capita cost

80HRS; 10days; 2,600
per capita cost





92HRS; 12days;P 2,620
per capita cost

204HRS; 26days; 4,560
per capita cost

112HRS; 14days; 2,940
per capita cost

172HRS; 22days; 5,370
per capita cost

148HRS; 19days; 4,690
per capita cost

156 hours 19 days
@4,00 per capita cost

278 HRS. @5,878.00 per
capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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2017 BOTTOM-UP BUDGETING (BuB) MENU OF PROGRAMS

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


3.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Construction)

2017-12003

Driving NC II




Automotive Servicing NC II



Carpentry NC II


Install wiring devices/install lighting systems


Masonry NC I


Plaster concrete/masonry surface


Install pre-cast balusters and handrail


Pipefitting NC II


Perform single unit plumbing installation and repair
maintenance works

Construction painting NC II


Tile setting NC II

At least 18 years old , able to read,


write and understand basic
instructions

At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

118 HRS @3,500 per


capita cost


524 HRS @5,100 per
capita cost


192HRS; 24days; 9,740
per capita cost

360HRS; 17days; 7,320
per capita cost

128HRS; 16days; 7,260
per capita cost

156HRS; 20days; 5,000
per capita cost

80HRS; 10days; 2,900
per capita cost

232HRS; 29days; 8,040
per capita cost

160HRS; 20days; 7,500
per capita cost

160HRS; 20days; 8,000
per capita cost

112HRS; 14days; 8,140
per capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


4.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Heating, ventilation
and air conditioning)

2017-12004

5.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Metals and
engineering)

2017-12005

6.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Electronics)

2017-12006

7.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Furniture and
fixtures)

2017-12007

Perform Plumbing repair and maintenance work





RAC servicing (dom/rac) NC II


Service and maintain transport air-conditioning unit



Troubleshoot and repair transport air-conditioning
system
Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) NC I







Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW ) NC II
Maintain and repair audio/video products and
systems


Maintain and repair electronically-controlled domestic
appliances


Maintain and repair cellular phones


Electronics Products Assembly and Servicing NC II

Furniture making (finishing) NC II

At least 16 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions


At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds
At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure and
equipment) and provision of
capitalization/seed funds


At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure and
equipment) and provision of
capitalization/seed funds



At least 16 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

16 HRS @ 7,500 per


capita cost


480 HRS;; P7,860 per
capita cost

72HRS; 9days; 4,340 per
capita cost


72HRS; 9days; 4,340 per
capita cost
268HRS; 26days;
P12,540 per capita cost






268 HRS @ P12,540 per
capita cost
240HRS; 30days; 6,600
per capita cost


120HRS; 15days; 3,700
per capita cost


80HRS; 10days; 2,900
per capita cost

260 HRS @ 4,000.00 per
capita cost
240HRS; 30days; 8,100
per capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

ProjectPersonnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


8.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Garments and
textiles)

2017-12008

Dressmaking NC II


Tailoring NC II

9.

Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Health, Social and
Other community
Development
services)

2017-12009

Hilot (wellness massage) NC II




Perform manicure and pedicure


Perform hand spa


Perform body massage


Perform body scrub


Perform facial treatment


Perform foot spa


Perform facial make-up



Perform hair coloring/bleaching services


Perform hair perming/straightening


Perform hair cutting services

Hairdressing NC II

At least 16 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds
At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure and
equipment) and provision of
capitalization/seed funds



























275HRS; 33 days; 6,780


per capita cost

264HRS; 33 days; 6,780
per capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

144HRS; 18days; 7,380


per capita cost

160HRS; 20days; 5,240
per capita cost

190HRS; 24days; 4,740
per capita cost

190HRS; 24days; 4,740
per capita cost

190HRS; 24days; 5,240
per capita cost

140HRS; 18days; 4,380
per capita cost

190HRS; 24days; 4,740
per capita cost

160HRS; 24days; 4,380
per capita cost

240HRS; 30days; 5,100
per capita cost

200HRS; 25days; 4,800
per capita cost

220HRS; 28days; 4,980
per capita cost

656 HRS> @ P5,000.00
per capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


Beauty Care NC II


Bookkeeping NC III

10. Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Tourism)

2017-12010

Bread making


Pastry making


Cake making


Prepare and cook hot meals


Prepare cold meals


Food and Beverage Services NC II


Bartending NC II


Housekeeping NC II


Bread and Pastry Production NC II


Commercial Cooking NC

Front Office Services NC II


Events Management Services NC III


Cookery NC II



At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

At least 16 years old
Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure and
equipment) and provision of
capitalization/seed funds


















1090 HRS> @ 5,000 per


capita cost

292 HRS @P 5,000 per
capita cost

75HRS; 10days; 5,400


per capita cost

75HRS; 10days; 5,400
per capita cost

75HRS; 10days; 5,400
per capita cost

224HRS; 28days; 7,580
per capita cost

128HRS; 16days; 5,660
per capita cost

336 HRS. @ 3,500 per
capita cost

286 HRS @ 5,000 per
capita cost

436 HRS @P5,000.00 per
capita cost

116 HRS @ 3,500 per
capita cost

316 HRS @

442 HRS @ 4,000 per
capita cost

108 HRS @ 7,500 per
capita cost

316 HRS @P9,300 per
capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


11. Technical Vocational

Skills Training
(Processed food)

12. Technical Vocational


Skills Training
(Utilities)

13. Technical Vocational


Skills Training
(Information and
Communication
Technology )

2017-12011

Process food by salting, curing and smoking




Process food by fermentation and pickling


Process food by sugar concentration


Food Processing NC II

At least 16 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

80HRS; 10days; 2,900


per capita cost

93HRS; 12days; 3,020
per capita cost

93HRS; 12days; 3,020
per capita cost

552 HRS @ 4,000 per
capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

2017-12012

Service consumer electronic products and systems


(assembly of solar nightlight and post lamp)

At least 16 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

Negative list:
Capital outlay (infrastructure
and equipment) and provision
of capitalization/seed funds

64HRS; 8days; 6,780 per


capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

2017-12013

Contact Center Services NCII

At least 18 years old


Able to read, write and understand
basic instructions

144 HRS @ 6,000 per


capita cost

Project Personnel,
facilities/venue
and other support
services, among
others.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


14. Technical Vocational

2017-12Skills Training
014
MOBILE Programs
(full qualification with
assessment


Barangay Health Services NC II


Bartending NC II


Beauty Care NC II


Bookkeeping NC II


Bread and Pastry Production NC II


Computer Systems Servicing NC II


Cookery NC II


Customer Services NC II


Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II


Emergency Medical Services NC II


Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) NC II


Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) NC III


Food and Beverage Services NC II



Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) NC II


560 HRS;@ 5,500 per
capita cost
326 HRs; 5,500 per capita
cost
398 HRS; 6,500 per
capita cost

292 HRS; 5,500 per
capita cost

336 HRS. @ 3,500 per
capita cost

116 HRS @ 3,500 per
capita cost

280 HRS; 7,350 per
capita cost
316 HRS;@9,300 per
capita cost

156 HRS; @ 6,000 per
capita cost

402 HRS; 5,500 per
capita cost

280 HRS;@17,500 per
capita cost

268 HRS; 10,500 per
capita cost

148 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

336 HRS. @ 3,500 per
capita cost

268 HRS; 9,500 per
capita cost

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority


15. MOBILE Programs

2017-12(full qualification with 015


assessment


Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) NC III


Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) NC II


Gas Welding NC II


Hairdressing NC II


Health Care Services NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Bulldozer) NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Forklift) NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Hydraulic Excavator) NC
II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Motor Grader) NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Road Roller) NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Rough-Terrain Crane)
NC II


Masonry NC II


Heavy Equipment Operation (Truck-Mounted Crane)
NC II

Heavy Equipment Operation (Wheel Loader) NC II


148 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

268 HRS; 10,500 per
capita cost

312 HRS; 8,500 per
capita cost

656 HRS; 5,500 per
capita cost

996 HRS;@ 5,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 10,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

162 HRS; 10,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

258 HRS; 6,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 10,500 per
capita cost

156 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority



Heavy Equipment Operation Off-Highway Dump Truck
(Articulated) NC II

Heavy Equipment Operation Rigging NC I


Heavy Equipment Operation Rigid Off Highway
Dump Truck NC II


Housekeeping NC II


Masonry NC II


Massage Therapy NC II


Pharmacy Services NC II


Plumbing NC II


Reinforced-Steel Bar (RSB) Installation NC II


Scaffold Erection NC II


Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II


Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC III

Technical Drafting NC II


122 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

116 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost


162 HRS; 15,500 per
capita cost

436 HRS @P5,000.00 per
capita cost


258 HRS; 6,500 per
capita cost

560 HRS;@ P7,500 per
capita cost


271 HRS; 5,500 per
capita cost

162 HRS; 7,500 per
capita cost


162 HRS; 8,000 per
capita cost

268 HRS @ P12,540 per
capita cost

120 HRS; @15,500 per
capita cost
148 HRS; 5,500 per
capita cost

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

National Electrification Administration


1.

On Grid - Sitio

Electrification
Program (SEP)

2017-13001

Typical rural sitio - a territorial enclave within a


barangay which may be distant from the barangay
center (Grid connected - it is when its center or
barangays has gained access to power through the
entry of the distribution backbone lines with initial
connection)

1) Tapping Point- proximity of the


1) As required per GAA,
Approximately P500T to

sitio for consideration to the last
certification from the Barangay
P1M/per sitio (includes
electric pole
Chairman on these information
free housewiring for the

should be submitted to NEA:
initial 60 households/
2) Right of Way - all legal
a)population, b) number of
consumers. Prioritization
implications and consumer-related
households and c) map of the
will be implemented on
concerns are assumed to be have
municipality indicating the sitios
the most cost-effective
been dealt with

project site.

2) Do not forget to indicate the
3) Peace and Order Condition - to
name of the sitios and the number
ensure completion of the specific
of households/beneficiaries in the
energization project (done through
project brief
progress billing) and safety of the
construction crew, there should
exist a generally-known conducive
atmosphere for peace and order

4) Potential household/ consumers
- the approximate number of
consumers to be connected is at
least 10 to a maxium of 60
households

5) The project should be within the
franchise area of the electric
cooperatives (ECs) under NEA

The following are considered
outside the menu of NEA's program:

a. Streetlights/solar electric
lamps

b. Household/consumer
connections for already
energized sitios or barangays

c. Installation of housewiring for
public schools and other public
buildings



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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

National Electrification Administration


d.

e.

2.

Barangay Line

Enhancement
Program (BLEP)

2017-13002

BLEP - the "re-energization" of previously-solarized


(or powered by small gensets) barangays by applying
on-grid electrification enhancements that will connect
these barangays to the EC distribution system

The project is not within the


franchise area of the electric
cooperatives (ECs) under NEA

Provision of power generating
source such as gensets and
minihydro plants and other
renewable energy


For off-grid sitios - these will be
lighted-up under the Department of
Energy (DOE) through its
solar/renewable program

1) Accessibility of the project (e.g.
right of way condition, peace and
order situation, road network)

2) For off-grid barangays - these
will be lighted-up by DOE through
its solar/renewable program

The barangay is within the


franchise area of the Electric
Distribution System under NEA

Average cost allowed is


approximately P1.5 to
3.6M/per barangay

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Philippine Coconut Authority


1.

Social Preparation for



the Development of
Coconut Hubs

(FARMERS)

2017-14001

The program aims to enable and empower coconut


farmers by increasing their capabilities for AgroEnterprise Development in coconut-producing
provinces where Coconut Hubs will be established.

This shall involve the conduct of capability
development such as trainings/workshops on
organizational management, community resource
profiling and mapping, enterprise development, and
action plan development among coconut farmers.
There shall also be a monthly meeting of CommunityBased Enterprise (CBE) officers and members.

Shall involve conduct of cluster managers training and
workshops for value chain assessment among
stakeholders. Participatory value chain development
program deals with investing on human and social
capital in the form of knowledge, information and
social networks that will transform the position of
coconut farmers within the market chain from being
subsistent producers to effective entrepreneurs.

There is a need to engage DTI in the implementation of
the value chain development component.

This will support the priority sectoral agenda on
developing and implementing a pilot program on
organizing of coconut farmers towards enterprise
development

Small coconut farmers who live


within the Coco Hub area and
who will supply the nuts and
meat requirements for the coco
hub.
Group of 150-300 coconut
farmers per coco hub
depending on the scale of
aggregation and processing
demanded by the product
markets
Shall cover coconut-producing
municipalities in the 20
priority coconut provinces with
high poverty incidence and
high-income inequality as
among the criteria.
The 20 provinces are:
Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Sur,
Camarines Sur, Davao del Sur,
Davao Oriental; Eastern Samar;
Sarangani; Surigao del Niorte;
Iloilo; Lanao del Norte;
Masbate; Misamis Occidental;
Misamis Oriental; North
Cotabato; Palawan; Quezon;
Western Samar; Zamboanga
del Sur; Zamboanga del Norte

Municipalities shall be included


in the PCA list of coconutproducing municipalities

P3M per province X 20


provinces = P60M

P3M per province where
the processing plant shall
be established shall cover
activities:

Training workshop
on Organizational
Management,
Leadership and
Finance; Community
Resource Profiling
and Mapping;
Enterprise
Development and
Value Chain; and
Development of
farmers action plan

Meetings of
Community-Based
Enterprise officers
and members

Provincial Coconut
Value Chain
Assessment

Value Chain
Stakeholders
Workshop

Business Planning
Workshop

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Philippine Coconut Authority


2.

Organizing of Local

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002
Development Councils
(LCIDCs) with Coconut
Farmers Associations
as Key Members

(FARMERS)

The program aims to organize and strengthen


barangay level associations/cooperatives, and Local
Coconut Industry Development Councils (LCIDCs) at
municipal and provincial levels

A component of this program is the formation and
strengthening of farmers organizations including
economic-oriented groups like cooperatives. This will
help promote genuine participation of basic sectors in
addressing poverty reduction among coconut farmers.
The coconut farmers associations will serve as the
backbone of LCIDCs that will be established in all the
coconut producing municipalities and provinces.

This is in support of developing an institutional
environment that will enable the coconut farmers
engage with the private and public sectors. LCIDCs are
multi-stakeholder mechanisms wherein small coconut
farmers and other industry stakeholders such as
trading and processing firms can participate in policy
formulation, monitoring and evaluation of industry
development plans

The LCIDCs shall be a special sectoral body of LGUs at
the municipal and provincial levels. LCIDCs shall be
set up starting with barangay assemblies which shall
elect their representatives to the municipal LCIDCs,
which in turn will elect their representatives to the
provincial LCIDCs. They shall serve as partners of
LGUs, PCA, DILG and other NGAs in monitoring and
implementing this program.

This will support the priority sectoral agenda on
developing and implementing a pilot program on
organizing of coconut farmers towards enterprise
development

Small coconut farmers


organizations or coops

All coconut-producing
municipalities in 68 coconutproducing provinces

P1M per LCIDC or per


coconut-producing
municipality which shall
cover expenses for:

Organizing of
coconut farmers
organizations

Barangay
assemblies

Organizing and
convening of
municipal and
provincial LCIDCs

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

Additional information
required

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

(to be provided in the Project


Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

National Anti-Poverty Commission


1.

Integrated Community

Food Production

2017-15001

This program/project aims to mitigate and/or


eliminate hunger among poor families; and help
increase family incomes. It shall cover home-based
and/or community-based food production initiatives
that produce a combination of at least three (3) of the
following food sources: vegetables, cereals, root crops,
poultry & livestock (chicken, duck and goats), fruit
trees, among others. At the household and community
level, they establish home and community gardens and
produce their own organic fertilizer that they will
utilize for their crop production activities. It endeavors
to demonstrate the link of production and utilization
both at the household and community levels (nutrition
and feeding centers, hospitals, marketing and
processing centers).

NAPC shall provide the technical assistance,
supervision and monitoring services.

ELIGIBILITY
1. Group of at least 10 households.
2. A combination of at least 3 food
sources (poultry/livestockvegetables- cereals, livestock-fruit
tree- vegetables, etc.)
3. Organic farming system is
preferred (vermiculture, nature
farming, organic fertilizer
production and utilization).

Specific location of households


and basis of selecting such cluster
of households should be indicated
in the project brief.

Project management mechanisms
at the LGU should be defined
clearly in the project brief
indicating the clear roles and
responsibilities of the
households/communities and
partner CSOs.

Minimum of 500,000 per


LGU.

2.

Capacity Building for



CSOs

2017-15002

This program hopes to organize and/or strengthen


citizen groups (CGs), basic sectors (BS) and civil
1.
society organizations (CSOs) for them to be able to
actively and effectively participate in the BuB
2.
processes (planning, execution, monitoring and
3.
evaluation). It also aims to provide the needed
technical assistance of CGs and BS to formally organize
themselves.

Learning areas may include but not limited to the 4.
following: (1) Budget Literacy, (2) Strategic Planning,
(3) Proposal Making, (4) Communications and
Networking, (5) Monitoring and Evaluation, (6)
Gender Mainstreaming, (7) Constructive Engagement,
(8) Participatory Governance, (9) Business Proposal
Making, among others.

The NAPC shall provide technical assistance,
supervision and monitoring services.


ELIGIBILITY
1. Group of at least 15 persons or
members.
2. Covers cost for the following:
2.1 trainings, seminars and
workshops (food and
accommodation, supplies,
transportation, honorarium of
resource persons and documentors)
2.2 meetings and learning
sessions for the CGs, BS and CSOs in
relation to their participation in the
BuB processes (food and
accommodation, supplies,
transportation, honorarium of
resource persons and
documentors).
2.3 execution of the re-entry plans
for every activity conducted
(supplies, transportation, food).

Minimum of 500,000 per


LGU.

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples


1.

Documentation of

Indigenous Political
Structures (IPS)

2017-16001

This is under NCIPs MFO 4: Indigenous Peoples Rights


Protection Services and a project under Gender and
Rights Program on Self-Governance and
Empowerment.

The project sets out a comprehensive documentation
of IPS that will eventually lead to the issuance of
Certificate of Confirmation (COC) by the NCIP.

The IPS serves as the main basis for decision-making
of indigenous cultural communities/indigenous
peoples (ICCs/IPs). Hence, actions of the ICCs/IPs as
regards their representation in the consultative bodies
(under Section 50 of RA 8371/IPRA), legislative bodies
(thru the IPMR guidelines), other formations such as
NAPC, and other government and non-government
representation should be based on the IPS. While this
is not thoroughly addressed, genuine ICC/IP
leadership weakens and conflicts/crises arise and
divide their communities.

All ICCs are qualified in accordance


to the following priority set-up:

1.
ICCs that have been issued
with CADTs considering that
Indigenous Political Structures
have already been included in
their respective CADT claim
books which also signify their
interest in the full
documentation of their IPS.
2.
ICCs that have approved
ADSDDPs and signified
interest in documenting their
IPS. The ADSDPP should have
undergone, or should first
undergo the process whereby
the ADSDPP-Community
Working Groups had the plans
validated and approved by
their respective ICC.
ICCs that have signified interest in
documenting their IPS.

The IPS covers not only the


structure (as literally and
commonly understood) but
also the systems and processes,
customary laws (CLs) and
indigenous knowledge systems
and practices (IKSPs) that form
part of the overall ICCs/IPs
principle and practice of selfgovernance.

Only NCIP is mandated by law
to facilitate/implement this
project.

2.

Ancestral

Domain/Land
Delineation,
Recognition and
Titling

2017-16002

This is under NCIPs MFO 2: Ancestral Domain and


Land Titling Services with a program that is solely
focused in fulfilling Ancestral Domains/Lands Security
for ICCs/IPs.

Ancestral Domain/Land delineation, recognition and
titling leads to the issuance of Certificate of Ancestral
Domain/Land Titles that formally recognize the
ICCs/IPs ownership of their ancestral domain/land.
AD/AL delineation, recognition and titling is aimed at
ensuring self determination and AD/AL tenurial
security of ICCs/IPs.

The process in the delineation, recognition and titling

Areas to prioritize:

1.
Primarily all areas included in
the Ancestral Domain (AD)
delineation, recognition and
titling under the BuB program.

2.
Other possible areas are those
located in the countrysides, or
geographically isolated and
distant municipalities that
have no land use plan or still
are in the process of crafting;
areas potential or affected by

Only NCIP is mandated by law


to facilitate/implement this
project.

However, support partnership
with other entities, especially
CSOs are encouraged.

Components and
standard unit costs:
Php500,000.00 for a
period of one (1) year per
documentation

1) At least 4 community
assemblies @ PhP 50,000
each in the conduct of the
following:
orientation/
consultation
validation/
consultation
approval/ next
steps
Community
presentation of
issued COC/ways
forward

2) Data gathering,
meetings and workshops
@ Php 20,000 per month
for 7 months

3) Experts fees of not
more than PhP 160,000
spread for one year.

At least PhP 500,000 per
AD subject to approval of
the detailed work and
financial plan by the NCIP
Regional Director and
duly concurred by the
concerned Ethnographic
Regional Commissioner
(ERC).

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

3.

Formulation of and/or

2017-16enhancement/
003
updating of existing
Ancestral Domain
Sustainable
Development
Protection Plans
(ADSDPPs)

of Ads/ALs is provided under NCIPs AO No. 4, Series


of 2012. However, a policy advisory was later issued
by NCIP thru Memorandum Order No. 559, Series of
2015 namely, Guidelines in the Utilization of Funds
for the CADT and ADSDPP Formulation, which aimed
at enhancing the procedures in the implementation of
AD delineation, recognition and titling and the
formulation of ADSDPP. The memo set a simultaneous
implementation of Phase 1 of both the CADT and
ADSDPP processes considering that the activities and
expected outputs are of the same nature/essence. With
this approach, we also maximize the utilization of
manpower, time, funds and support facilities. The
CADT specific procedures will commence after
completion of the documentation phase.

There are 10 major component activities for the CADT
delineation, recognition and titling while there are 3
for the ADSDPP formulation.

Being proposed initially for BuB 2017 menu is at least
7 new AD claim areas from each of the 7 ethnographic
regions.

The program phase to be funded under the BuB
program is on the social preparation/mobilization
phase wherein the end result is a completed
preparatory phase in the implementation of CADT
delineation and titling.

Consistent with the objective of increasing the access
of citizens to local service delivery through a demanddriven budget planning process, the formulation of the
Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and
Protection Plan (ADSDPP) is a community
development plan prepared by the Indigenous Cultural
Communities/ Indigenous Peoples (ICCs/IPs) for the
management, conservation and protection of
resources within their ancestral domains/lands.
Proposed for BuB menu of programs in 2017 are
ADSDPPs which include the conduct of Social
Mobilization; Data Gathering and Assessment;
Development Planning; and Promotion or Marketing.
The areas to be included are the same areas covered

mining exploration/operation,
establishment of hydro-power
plant, agro-tourism project/s,
and other investments that
impinges on the natural
landscapes, or lead to
environmental manipulation.

Areas to prioritize:

1.
Primarily all areas included in
the Ancestral Domain (AD)
delineation and titling under
the BuB program;

2.
All AD areas that have existing
ADSDPPs but are outdated and
need to be enhanced or
updated.

3.
Other possible areas are those
located in the countrysides, or

At least Php1,000,000 per


ADSDPP

Only NCIP is mandated by law
to facilitate/implement this
project.

Activities leading to ADSDPP
formulation, promotion,
marketing and integration to
other development plans should
capacitate the IPS, council of
elders, community leaders, IPOs
and individual members of the

For a period of one (1)


year:

1) Phase I Social
Mobilization =
P295,100

2) Phase II Data
Gathering and
Assessment =
P462,150

3) Phase III
Development

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

Standard Costs

LGU
Counterpart
Required

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples


by the CADT/ADSDPP piggy backed social
preparation/ mobilization or first phase only.

4.

4.

Implementation of

the Public Investment
Plan of the Ancestral
Domain Sustainable
Development and
Protection Plan
(ADSDPP-PIP)

2017-16004

This cuts across thru all the four MFOs of the NCIPs
Organizational Performance Indicators Framework
(OPIF).

The pursuit of sustainable development and protection
of ancestral domain by the ICCs/IPs themselves is the
manifestation of their rights to self-governance and
self-determination. This would require the intensified
implementation of all aspects of the Investment
Plan/Program of their ADSDPPs.

geographically isolated and


distant municipalities that
have no land use plan or still
are in the process of crafting;
areas potential or affected by
mining exploration/operation,
establishment of hydro-power
plant, agro-tourism project/s,
and other investments that
impinges on the natural
landscapes, or lead to
environmental manipulation.

AD areas that have established
or organized IPOs with
capacitated community
leaders/ elders and IP
mandatory representatives
(IPMRs) to spearhead the
tasks and responsibilities of
formulating the ADSDPP;
interfacing with the LGUs,
other stakeholders and
donors.


All policies, programs, projects and
activities identified in the ADSDPP
to promote and protect the four
collective rights of ICCs/IPs as
provided in the IPRA, to wit:

Rights to ancestral land and
domain;
Rights to self-governance and
empowerment;
Rights to social justice and
human rights; and,
Rights to cultural integrity.

It shall also include all policies,
programs, projects and activities
that ensure and addresses the
responsibilities of ICCs/IPs to their
ancestral domains as provided in

ICCs to own the tasks and


responsibilities with the support
of other stakeholders and donors.

Planning = P576,900

Phase IV ADSDPP
Promotion and Marketing
= P28,000

This can either be implemented


thru NCIP, or thru the LGUs/other
agencies, or offices of
government, the civil society, or
private sector.

NCIP shall see to it, thru a
validation process, that projects
identified for implementation are
indeed identified in the ADSDPP
of concerned ICC.

Details identified in the


Public Investment Plan or
Program of the ADSDPP

Provision of
financial and
technical
assistance

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Eligibility Requirements
Program / Project

Program
Code

Description

(conditions for project


implementation/site location) and
Negative List (what cannot be
requested under this program)

Additional information
required
(to be provided in the Project
Brief)

LGU
Counterpart
Required

Standard Costs

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

5.

Community

organization and
mobilization leading
to the constitution of
the Indigenous
Peoples Consultative
Body (IPCB) at the
provincial, regional
and national levels

2017-16005

The constitution of the IPCB is under NCIPs MFO 4:


Indigenous Peoples Rights Protection Services. It is a
project under Gender and Rights Program on SelfGovernance and Empowerment.

One of the expected outputs of the IPS is the
identification of authentic ICC/IP representatives to
the IPCB.

Under Section 50 of the IPRA, NCIP is mandated to
constitute consultative bodies as a mechanism of
participation of ICCs/IPs in the implementation of
IPRA particularly to advise NCIP on matters relating to
the problems, aspirations and interests of the ICCs/IPs.

Section 9 of the IPRA:


To restore denuded areas; and,
To ensure ecological balance.

Representation shall come from the
following areas:
1.

Ancestral domains; and,

2.

Resettlement areas.

Representation shall be from the


following sectors:
1.

Traditional leaders

2.

Elderly/Older persons

3.

Women

4.

Youth

5.

Children

Only NCIP is mandated by law


to facilitate/implement this
project.

However, support partnership
with other entities, especially
CSOs are encouraged.

It has always been the case that
when there are need for IP
representation, especially so in
very urgent situations, as well as
in seminars, conferences, forum,
dialogues and other related
activities at all levels (municipal,
provincial, regional, national and
international) there is always the
problem in identifying who shall
represent the ICCs/IPs. Thru the
IPCB, this dilemma can be
resolved with the readily
available, duly identified and
authentic ICC/IP representative
who are duly selected thru the IPS
and other selection mechanisms
and processes by ICCs/IPs as
appropriate.

For a period of one (1)


year

1) At least 3 community
assemblies @ Php 500
each participant
(orientation/
consultation, validation,
approval by ICCs/IPs)
per community/AD, or
Resettlement Area

2) At least 3
representative
assemblies @ PhP 3,000
each participant for 2
days (orientation/
consultation, validation,
approval by ICCs/IPs)
per Province

3) At least 3
representative
assemblies @ PhP 10,000
per participant for 2 days
(orientation/
consultation, validation,
approval by ICCs/IPs)
per Region

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