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Office of the President o} Office of the Presidential Adyis ‘HF, Agustin | de, F Orga Re, Otias Cer, Psi Ci hy MEMORANDUM FOR HON. SALVADOR C. MID} Executive S FROM SECRETARYCARLITO ¢. Presidential Adviser on Pefce SUBJECT: SUBMISSION OF OPAP?}S ACCOMPLISHMENTREFOR DATE 30 January 2019 the Philippines ron the Peace Process No. (4652) 636.070-06 Fax No (4632) 6382216 |ALDEA ALVEZ, Jy Reconciliation and Unity HIRD QUARTER IT FY 2018 This is to respectfully submit to the Honorabl. Quarter Accomplishment Report for FY 2018, PAMANA projects. This report being submitted in compliance to tht 21 Special Provisions for the PAyapa at MAsagasan| which requires the Office of the Presidential Akivi “submit to the Office of the President, the DBM, the Shea President of the Senate of the Philippines, the House Co} Committee on Finance, either in printed forit or by why Zeports on the status of the utilization of funds by impldinel Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process and the Age Shall be responsible for ensuring that said reports are i FOR INFORMATION OF THE EXECUTIVE SE Copy furnished Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Hlouse Committee of Appropriation Senate Committee of Finance ‘ecutive Secretary the OPAPP’s Third ih includes the status of FY 2011-2018 N18 General Appropriations Act (GAA) PamayaNAn (PAMANA) program, et on the Peace Process (OPAPP) to fer of the House of the Representatives, the mittee on Appropriations and the Senate electronic document, validated quarterly Ling agencies, and evaluation reports, The {5 web administrator or hisfher equivalent # posted on the OPAPP website.” TARY, £ & x “| Office of the Preside f the Philippines [SER ON THE PEACE PROCESS jE REACE PROCESS ENT REPORT 2018 The ending of the decades-long armed conflict and sustainable development are among Administration, ind the attainment of a just and lasting peace the major commitments of the Duterte ‘Ehus on 18 July 2016, President Rodrigo Roa Huttrte approved his administration's Point Peace and Development Agenda, which shall donfribute towards laying the foundations for inclusive growth and a high-trust and resilient focfety. Re following presents the accomplishments aha btatus of the Philippine peace process for MaDe luarter based on the strategies laid dqwn in the Philippine Development Plan (RDF) 2017-2022 and guided by the Si-Poift Peace and Development Agenda of the administration: JERNAL ARMED CONFLICT GROUPS EMENTED A. Meaningful implementation of the agr jent with the Moro Isla: Front (MILF) toward healing in the Bang: nforo Liberation 1. Political-Legislative Track. After un Congress, the proposed bill was sign| 2018 as Republic Act No. 11054 entit] for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Refi Purpose Republic Act No. 6734, entitl the Autonomous Region in Muslim 9054, entitled ‘An Act to Strength: Autonomous Region in Muslim Mind: "going rigorous legislative deliberations in xt {nto law by President Duterte on 27 July d,|"An Act Providing for the Organic Law ior] in Muslim Mindanao, repealing for the [in Act Providing for An Organie Act for janao,’ as amended by Republic Act No, ind Expand the Organic Act for the 2. Normalization Process. The Comp: (CAB) defines normalization as the their desired quality of life, which in and political participation within a pe human security in the Bangsamoro ai human rights where individuals are fr long-held traditions and values contin chgnsive Agreement on the Bangsamoro Fofess whereby communities can achieve ludes the pursuit of sustainable livelihood eff, deliberative society. It aims to ensure luild a society that is committed to basic ffom fear of violence or crime and where eth be honored, a. Transitional Components of Normalization Committee (JN (PSC), and Joint Peace and Secu the Normalization Program (Joint , Joint Peace and Security Committee ty [Teams (JPST)) * Technical Working Grouy of the (CAA) {n.view of operationalizinglanft setting up the Joint Peace and Security ‘Teams (JPSTs), especially pn brganizing the MILF JPSTs as military 1 of 42 auxiliary-~a Technical Wqrking Group was formed to effectively look into the possible adoptibn development, adniini utilization of the) Citizen Philippines and for other pu} Armed Force) to ad drafted the concept note yphi lof RA 7077 (An Act providing for the lorganizntion, training, maintenance and rfued Forces of the Armed Forces of the 0Fes) and EO 264 (Providing for the Citizen related to an effective setup. The TWG th will be reviewed and presented to the AFP and DND. Membership| of the TWG-CAA came from Office of the Deputy Chic Reservist and Retire the Philippines Reserve Development Office (PI Training and Education (py; General (JAGS) of the AF fpr Reservist and Retiree Affaits (O]9), 1G9), Operations (G3), Armed Forces of mand (AFPRESCOM), AFP Peace and (Operations, Civil Military Operations, ), and Office of the Judge Advocate }d from the PPDC and DO of the PNP, ‘The JNC-GPH and JPSC-GPri attended the meetings Conduct of IECs with ABI aid PNP units. For the months of July to August 2018, several inffmmfation education campaigns, fora and meetings on the progress }e Bangsamoro Organic Law and status of implementation of the ndrmalization program were conducted with Key AEP and PNF units in|Cehtral and Wester Mindanao. Courtesy visits alongside the conduc} off ECs were carried out in WesMinCon, 104* Brigade in Basilan, PNP|Police Regional Office (PRO) 10, PNP PRO ARMM. The visits and IECs with AEP commanders and | PNP regiohal directors and city directors were Participated in by the GPH} anfl MILF ceasefire committee heads and PRO 12, and PNI the JNC and JPSC co-chail [The ground units were also informed about the anticipated setting lup of the JPSTs, which will require sourcing AFP an identified by GPH and Mi the maintenance of peace a Enhancement of th partnership with # jonnel from relevant areas mutually it deployment of said JPSTs to work for der. pining Curriculum, Continuing small pS involving subject matter experts BIAE/MILF were carried out in Suisse De Deminage (FSD). Inputs Were provided to enhance the taining content for identified topics to be taught at the var and specialization Islof the JPST training (basic, advanced Among such topics evaluated by SMEs were on community networking, alternative dispute resolution, community liaison, and VIP protection Orientations for thé fons, JPST admin and logistics, meclic, tretors and JPST Training Teams. For the first time, all SMEs and ifstiictors invited from the AEP, PNP ang BIAF/MILF were gi JPST training curri training activities. The gro training course, e} instructors and SME: view and provide final inputs to the fofe it is produced for the scheduled fas also briefed on the outline of the from the incoming trainees, the nig teams, and support staff. A total of 2 of 42