RE-ENTRY ACTION PLAN
MUNICPALITY OF CONCEPCION
Hon. Agustin G. Garilva Jr.
Diploma on Local Governance
Central Philippine University
RE-ENTRY ACTION PLAN
1. BACKGROUND /RATIONALE.
The Municipality of Concepcion is found in the North East portion of Panay Island, 109 km from Iloilo City, geographically isolated with 17 islands and islets. Bounded by three municipalities, Ajuy in the South, Sara in the West and San Dionisio in the North and Visayan Sea up to the South East. The Municipality is composed of 25 barangays, 14 mainland and 11 island barangays, with the population of 36,881 as to 2007 Census on Population conducted by the National Population Office with an average household size of 5.5 person and growth rate of 2.79%. Major industry/economic activity is mainly fishing and fishery related activities and agriculture. Poverty prevalence rate is 47.5% (2008 data), majority of which occur in the islands.
The municipality is generally peaceful , ordinances are implemented although being ignored at times, in most cases juvenile are constant offenders on petty crimes but little are on criminal cases. Trisikad and single motorcycle drivers are top on crime watch. Delivery on basic services on health are so tardy when it comes to island implementation, because of geographical situation. The only sector that are organized in the islands are the fisherfolks and womens. Some of which end up in organizing, lack of follow-ups and meetings. The barangay council does not encourage peoples organization, or taking initiatives in organizing them.
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In the education sector, only 2 out of 11 barangays in the island has no complete elementary and six (6) sitio primary schools, students have to paddle by boat and cross country in-order to attain complete elementary education. Seeing an increase in enrollment, and problems on classroom, tables and chairs are visible, an average of 50-60 per class per teacher is not a factor to quality education, a perennial problem. Board passer teachers end up as volunteers and even as domestic helpers. Local School Board could hire only 10 teachers which are mostly in High Schools. Noticeably Parent-Teacher-Association and Student Organization in barangays are less represented in the federation.
There are 59 day care centers scattered in 25 barangay , a venue for Early Child Education and an indirect way of fighting poverty, parents can leave their children and be able to do livelihood/ extra income for the family. Some DCC are 8-10 yrs old and needs rehabilitations, lack of chairs, leaking roofs, deteriorating conditions and needs to be look back by LGU.
In the social sector, Persons with Disability, Senior Citizens, Solo Parents take an active participation in governance, the LGU recognizes their office (Person with Disability Affairs Office, Office of the Senior Citizens Affair) and were given honorariums. The business sector, had the biggest number of membership, but the problem is, it not well organize and recognize by the LGU, and after organizing, it dies on its natural death. Lack of activities, lack of involvement, less commitment by members. The religious sector is participative, although quite defiant on their stand when issues touches the environment and family planning. The Roman Catholics has the most number of organization, while the Aglipayans are few but very participative and the Christians, mostly organizations of Pastors. The children, youth , women, solo parents and erpat although organized and participative, but does not have specific and sustainable programs.
The transport sector, includes land and sea based, jeepney, tricycle, pedicab, pumpboats for hire, and single motorcycle for hire are also active. Although their attendance on any activities that involving them is a problem, it is maybe because of poverty that they won’t miss a minute in looking for livelihood.
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The Agriculture and the Fishery sectors are also organized although participation is less, mis-communication, distance, geographical location/weather, commitment , information dissemination and attitude of fisherfolks and farmers themselves are considered hindrances on their participation, they seems to prioritize their daily food sustenance rather than attending to meetings.
The individual concern of each organization is how to alleviate poverty. How are they going to improve their lives by joining organizations? These questions are still unanswered by the LGU, if replied, under to what extent have they felt that they have changed their lives?
PRIORITY PROGRAMS THRUST OF THE LGU IN REDUCING POVERTY
The Local Government Unit is trying its best to combat the vicious cycle of poverty, through integrated programs and or convergence of different programs. Initially, reforming the internal structures of the Local government unit, strengthening the capability of the human resources, and reviewing their capabilities. Proper management of fiscal administration, which may cause loss of revenues that can be intended on the delivery of basic services. Proper collection of revenues, making reforms, amending tax ordinances and innovate perks that can enhance investors thus more job opportunity for the jobless.
In the delivery of basic services such as health, education and food and shelter, giving quality health care are the main thrust of the LGU. Controlling the spread of diseases, doing mitigating measures through immunization. Giving proper nutritional food supplementation to malnourish children. Eliminating mother and child mortality. Enhance Community Based Rehabilitation for cases of Epileptic patients. Enhancing Barangay Health Workers through trainings and seminars.
Building infra support such as construction of health centers, birthing clinics and designating midwives so as to avoid risk on maternal delivery and have proper child care through newborn screening. The LGU believes that by providing quality health care can reduce poverty and getting away with expensive medical bills.
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Providing access to education, bringing education nearer to the people. Training of adults and out of school youth. The LGU is also focusing on Alternative Learning System. Reorganizing Out of School Youth/PYAP providing trainings, organizing job fairs. Providing quality education could also lessen the effect of poverty, our leaders believe that education is the key to unleash poverty.
Food security is one of the priority of the LGU, 150 tons of rice needs to be imported annually from other municipalities to augment demands of Concepcionanon. Agriculture programs are intensified to increase in production, cash crops, vegetable production and sustained fishery products. To reduce converting areas to corn production that may cause environmental damage. Strict implementation of marine laws, strengthening of marine protected areas and controlling activity along the fishery reserve areas.
Participatory governance is also one of the priority programs of the LGU. Participation of the civil society in governance could reduce poverty as part of the planning process, in the implementation and in monitoring. Networking with National and Regional Agency and other Private Corporations have been initiated for poverty reduction programs.
ROLE OF AGENCY IN ATTAINING POVERTY REDUCTION
As part of the Legislative Body of the Local Government Unit, a very crucial role be undertaken. Legislative support and policies be carefully scrutinize especially on formulating the Annual Development Plan and Annual Investment Plan, seeing that it meet the needs of the constituents or aligned with the thrusts on poverty reduction. Planning legislative support for a more convergence activities and making innovative programs.
The active participation on the convergence program of the DSWD on poverty reduction, such as adding additional conditions to 4Ps beneficiaries such as planting of trees, toilet ownership, attendance to assemblies and participation on blood donation activities. The Sangguniang Bayan has assisted and supported in the implementation of KALAHI-CIDSS, Conditional Cash Transfer or 4Ps and the implementation of SEA-KABAYAN, that is manifested in the attendance of activities. It also assisted in the Accumulative Community Mobilization, doing Educational Information Campaign, and advocacy campaigns.
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Initiated in the federation Civil Society organization (CONCORD) which supports the convergence program through resolutions and participation. Participated as panel of judges in the resent KALAHI Inter-Barangay Forum and earned good reputation for being just and fair in choosing and approving priority barangay projects.
ROLE IN POVERTY REDUCTION UPON COMPLETION OF DIPLOMA COURSE
My role in the poverty reduction program upon completion of Diploma on Local Governance Course as I see it is so vague and an ambition to embrace all programs for the wellbeing of my constituents. After enrollment on the course, and upon learning the importance of civil society organization in the planning processes, immediately fast track the accreditation of all NGOs / CSOs/ Pos, and recognize in the Sanggunian Bayan as part of the Local Special Bodies. Inorder to enhance more participation and empowerment, I initiated to federate them by having series of meetings, consultation and spending little of personal resources.
While studying on the course, the following Legislative actions/policy actions were authored and enacted:
a. Municipal Ordinance No 2011 – 01
AN ORDINANCE MANDATING ALL PREGNANT WOMEN TO DELIVER AT THE BIRTHING CLINIC/HEALTH FACILITY, PROHIBITING OF HOME DELIVERIES, RESTRICTING THE PRACTICE OF TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS (“HILOTS”), AND STRICTLY IMPOSING NEWBORN SCREENING (NBS) ON ALL NEWBORNS, FEES AND PENALTIES THEREOF
b. MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 2011-04
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC. 1 (TITLE), SEC.2 (DEFINITION OF TERMS), SEC. 7 (CREATION OF MUNICIPAL RABIES TASK FORCE CONTROL AND COORDINATING COMMITTEE), ADDENDUM ON THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF PET OWNERS AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT SEC. 9 (PENALTIES) OF MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 04-2006 AN ORDINANCE FOR MASS RABIES IMMUNIZATION AND CONTROL OF UNIMMUNIZED DOGS AS AMENDED
c. RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEPLOYMENT OF A REGISTERED MIDWIFE IN THE RURAL HEALTH UNIT OF CONCEPCION, ILOILO UNDER THE RURAL HEALTH TEAM PLACEMENT PROGRAM (RHTPP) OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH) AND AUTHORIZING HON. MILLARD S. VILLANUEVA, MUNICIPAL MAYOR TO SIGN THE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA)
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d. RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE CODUCT OF A NATIONAL MEASLES-RUBELLA (MR) SUPPLEMENTAL IMMUNIZATION ACTIVITY (SIA) IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION
e. RESOLUTION DECLARING PORTION OF MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION DOG FREE ZONE
f. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HON. MILLARD S. VILLANUEVA, MUNICIPAL MAYOR TO SIGN IN BEHALF OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION WITH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CENTER FOR HEALTH DEVELOPMENT WESTERN VISAYAS (DOH-CHD VI) MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE APPROVED RATIONALIZATION PLAN OF PROVINCIAL HEALTH DELIVERY SYSTEM BASED ON HEALTH NEEDS
2. SOCIAL SERVICES
a. MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 2011-05
ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING DESK TO CATER CASES ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN (VAWC) AND ANTI- HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ALL BARANGAYS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION
b. RESOLUTION REQUESTING FINANCIAL ASSISSTANCE FROM ( BOARD MEMBERS, PROVINCE OF ILOILO) FOR PURCHASE OF CHAIRS FOR 59 DAY CARE CENTERS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION.
c. RESOLUTION GIVING ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS TO THE 4PS BENIFICIARIES ( PLANT A TREE EVERY YEAR, TOILET OWNERSHIP, BLOOD DONOR, ASSEMBLY PARTICIPATION) IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION
d. MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE N0. 06- SERIES 2011
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE “HINON-ANON SA BANWA IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION, PROVINCE OF ILOILO, AND PROVIDING FUNDS THEREOF
e. RESOLUTION ENJOINING THE DIFFERENT NGOs, Pos, AND PSs TO APPLY/REAPPLY FOR ACCREDITATION IN THE OFFICE OF THE SANGGNIAN BAYAN IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION
f. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING MUNICIPAL MAYOR, HON MILLARD S. VILLANUEVA TO SIGN ON BEHALF OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION THE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT (DSWD) IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF KALAHI-CIDSS: ADDITIONAL FUNDIN
g. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HON. MILLARD S. VILLANUEVA, MUNICIPAL MAYOR, MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION, PROVINCE OF ILOILO TO SIGN MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT(MOA) WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT (DSWD) FIELD OFFICE 6 ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING PROGRAM (SFP) FOR PRE-SCHOOLERS
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h. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HON. MILLARD S. VILLANUEVA, MUNICIPAL MAYOR OF CONCEPCION, PROVINCE OF ILOILO TO ENTER INTO MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT REGIONAL OFFICE 6 (DSWD 6) FOR SOCIAL PENSION TO BE PROVIDED FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
i. FACILITATED IN THE GRANTING OF ACCIDENT INSURANCE TO ALL BARANGAY TANOD AND ORGANIZE WOMENS ORGANIZATION
PROPOSED RE-ENTRY PLAN / SIGNIFICANCE
The proposed re-entry plan will be concentrated on the participatory governance through the Ordinance No. 06-2011, Hinon-anon sa Banwa or the Peoples Assembly Ordinance. This ordinance could be a proper venue for all sectors to air their concern on the delivery of basic services, a venue for the public to known whatever programs and projects implemented, a venue for feed forwarding and feed backing the performance of elected officials and department heads and venue to find out and express sentiment of all issues and concerns of citizens. This would promote performance politics through education of the citizenry. This ordinance will encourage and assist CSO to accredit in the LGU, open democratic space for participatory processes and assist in advocacies, information dissemination and reporting of plans and programs. The Concepcion Federation of Civil Society Organization for Rural Development (CONCORD), a federation of organization in the Municipality of Concepcion, endorsed the said ordinance for they believe that civil society participation in governance could be a mechanism to combat poverty. Reducing government expenditures, (instead of no nonsense activities of the LGU to spend on priority programs), trimming down graft and corrupt practices, commitment, volunteerism and peoples empowerment are the products of this plan.
OBJECTIVES OF THE RE-ENTRY PLAN
Generally the objectives of the re-entry plan on Participatory Governance through the Hinon-anon sa Banwa , is to institute semi-annual Municipal assembly for Concepcionanon to raise issues/concerns and recommendations on the delivery of basic services, and promote performance politics through education of its citizenry, and peoples empowerment.
(This Action Plan was formulated after the First General Assembly (June 16,2011))
|ACTIVITY |EXPECTED |TIME |PERSON |BUDGET/ RESOURCES |
| |OUTPUT |FRAME |RESPONSIBLE |REQUIRED |
| |-Finalization of Plan for Bingawan |June 30,2011 |BOD Chair/President |Snacks – P 500.00 |
| |Trip |1:30pm | |(CONCORD Fund) |
|Board /Officers Meeting |-contact person | | | |
| |-foods | | | |
| |-transport (LGU) | | | |
| |-communications | | | |
| |-Replication of good practices |July 25, 2011 |SB Garilva |Foods |
| |PsB | |SB Gabayeron/SB Sanson |-50×100 |
|Bingawan Learning Exposure PsB |-manner of presentation | |Mr. Rufino |P 5,000.00 |
| |-committees | |Mr. Cardenas |-Transport – |
| |-FGD with focal persons of PsB and | |Mr. Azuelo | |
| |local officials | |40members and Officers/BOD |P 15,000.00 |
| | | |-LCE/VM | |
| | | |-SB members |-CONCORD Fund |
| | | | |-LGU |
| | | | |- Solicitations |
| |-Issuance of Executive Order of |August 1 |-LCE | |
| |ExeCom |, 2011 |-CONCORD Officers | |
|Hinon-anon sa Banwa final meeting |-Finalization of Committees | |-ExeCom | |
| |-definition of responsibilities | | | |
| |-invitation letter | | | |
| |-Issuance of EO | | | |
| |-Finalization Programs and | | | |
| |Activities | | | |
| |“Resolution Enjoining CONCORD to be|July – September |Vice Mayor | |
| |member of any Standing and | |SB Members | |
| |Mandatory Committee during | | | |
|Legislative |Committee Meetings and Hearings” | | | |
|Support | | | | |
| |-State of Municipality | |ExeCom/ LCE |Transport/Snacks/ |
| |Address |August 10, 2011 |VM/SB Members |Preparation: |
|Hinon-anon sa | | |CONCORD | |
|Banwa |-Participatory | |Department Heads |P 50,000.00 |
| |Governance | | |(twice a year) to be taken |
| | | |Committees: |from any available source of |
| |-Performance |November- |-Registration |funds |
| |politics |December |-Screening | |
| | | |-Invitation/Program |-LGU |
| |-Peoples | |-Moderator |-I-Code |
| |Empowerment | |-Venue Preparation |- Solicitations |
| | | |- Documentation | |
| |-Preparation of data | January – |CONCORD Officers and BOD | |
|Evaluation/ documentation/ Assessment |-Monitoring on problems encountered|June | | |
| |-Evaluation of accomplishment | |-LCE/Vice Mayor | |
| |- Assessment of un- address/unread |August – | |Meals/Snacks |
| |questions |December |-SB Members |P 5,000.00 |
| | | | | |
| | | |-Department Heads | |
| |-Sectoral Agenda |Before Election |CONCORD/I-CODE |-Solicitation |
|Candidates Forum |-Signing of | |PPCRV |P 20,000.00 |
| |Covenant | |COMELEC | |
| |-Renew Accreditation | 30 days after |MLGOO | |
|Call for Accreditation |-Re-organization of CONCORD |election |SB Members and | |
| |-Assist members | |Staff | |
| |-Sustainability of the program | |BOD/Officers |Local live-in trainings |
|Capability |-Enhance Capability/Leadership |As determined |CONCORD |(2 days) 40 person |
|Development |-Strengthen organization/members | |Members | |
|Trainings | | |-DILG/DSWD |P 30,000.00 |
| | | |-ICODE/SAO Phils | |
| | | | |-Fund sourcing |
| | | | |-LGU |
| |-Assured alternative livelihood | |-LCE | |
| |- Income generating activities for |As |-VM/SB Members |-Donor Agency |
|Livelihood /skills /Proposal |members |determined |-CONCORD |-LGU |
|makingTrainings |-Add- on income | |Members |-Funding institution |
| |activities | |-DOLE/DTI/DA/Provincial |-Fund sourcing |
| | | |Government | |
| |-Train and act on cases of | |-LCE |-Donor Agency |
|Emergency/Disaster |emergency/disaster |As determined | |-LGU |
|Management | | |-MDRRMC |-Solicitation |
|Trainings |-To form emergency response group | | | |
| | | |-PDRRMO | |
| | | | | |
| | | |-Coast Guard/Volunteer | |
| | | |group | |
| |-Assist in anti-illegal advocacies | | | |
| |-Participate in Forums on |As determined |-CONCORD |As determined |
| |anti-drugs/environmental concerns | |-PNP/PDEA | |
| |-Tree growing/mangrove planting | |-LGU | |
|Anti- Illegal Drug |-Coastal Clean-up | |-CENRO | |
|Campaign/Environmental | | | | |
|Advocacies | | | | |
RESPONSIBILITIES OF COMMITTEES DURING THE CONDUCT OF “HINON-ANON SA BANWA”
COMMITTEE ON VENUE AND SNACKS PREPARATION
Chairman: Mr. Richard Samudio
Members: Mr. Fidel Valeriano
Mr. Isagani Castor
Mrs. Helen Sobrevega
Mrs. Lina Causing
Mr. Dexter Balsamo
– In charge of stage decoration clean-up of venue
– Provide chairs and tables, rentals and transport/ positioning of chairs
– In charge for returning of chairs and tables/ keep up on cleanliness
– Snacks distribution
COMMITTEE ON REGISTRATION
Chairman: Mrs. Ofelia Navarro
Members: – Mr. Bobby Pahayahay
– Mr. Ernesto Azuelo
– Mrs. Marilyn Causing
– Mrs. Estela Valeriano
-Mrs. Ruby Panes
– Provide registration forms
– Encourage filling up of registration
– Keeping records of registration for further documentation
COMMITTEE ON DOCUMENTATION
Chairman: Mrs Purificacion Santoyo
Members: Miss Janine Soliba I-CODE
– Act as the Secretariat of Hinon-anon sa Banwa
– If possible take video coverages and pictorials for documentation purposes
– Provide power point presentation for further presentation
Chairman: Mr. Jose Celestial
Members: Rev Fr. Jaco
Mrs Gemma Moquite
Mr. Virgilio Sobrevega
Mrs. Corazon Pedregosa
Mrs. Wellet del Castillo
Mrs. Ailene Sobremonte
– In-charge in Installing Question Box
– In-charge in screening of questions (constructive/destructive)
– In-charge of collating all unanswered questions for reference in the next people’s assembly
– In-charge of delivering questions
– Keep proper records of Q and A
PANEL OF MODERATOR
Chairman: Mrs Merlinda Celestial
Members: -. Reverend Andrew Escuban
– Mr.Emanuel Areno
Mr. Juan Longno
– Maintain order in the conduct of peoples assembly
– Strictly implement time limit for speakers
– Adhere in the most professional approach
COMMITTEE ON INVITATION AND PROGRAM
Chairman: Mrs. Susan Balsamo
Members: -SB Agustin Garilva Jr.
– Mr. Kevin Samotia
-Mr. Jayson Bonito
– Mrs. Jahra Narciso
– Mrs. Cristy Gillos
– In-charge of the Program
– In-charge of sending communications
– See to it that invitations are maximize to different sectors, Punong Barangays and their councils
– To coordinate with committee on registration
– Awareness of citizenry on the local government affairs
– Efficient and effective delivery of basic services
– Enhance Community to organize and involve in local governance
– Improved performance of LGU personnel and elected officials
– Developed critical consciousness of the electors to put pressures to elected officials to perform their duties
– Provide relief for the constituents of their problems and recommend innovated alternatives and policies for consideration of the Legislative and Executive body
– Trimming of government expenditures by preventing dismal programs and projects
– Appropriate programming of proper implementation of projects and program
– Volunteerism and commitment strengthen
– Candidates forum is regularly practice
– Innovative programs
– Convergence on Poverty Reduction Programs
– Leadership and Responsiveness
>AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING HINON-ANON SA BANWA IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION, PROVINCE OF ILOILO AND PROVIDING FUNDS THEREOF.
>RESOLUTION TO DEFER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HINON-ANON SA BANWA
> RESOLUTION TO STOP THE HINO-ANON SA BANWA
>CONCORD RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE HINON-ANON SA BANWA
➢ PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR HINON-ANON SA BANWA
➢ PRIVELEGE SPEECH by HON. AGUSTIN G. GARILVA JR.