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PDP Framework- Dir. Abad Santos

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LESSONS LEARNED
Good governance is an effective platform upon which strategies should be implemented
Macroeconomic and political stability fuels positive expectations that lead to growth
Economic growth is necessary but not sufficient for poverty reduction
Disasters can negate the gains and even push back development
Growth strategies need to have spatial and sectoral dimensions to ensure inclusivity
Rapid and sustained economic growth
INCLUSIVE GROWTH

Infrastructure
Science, technology and innovation
Macroeconomic stability

Investments

Jobs

Market demand

Equal development opportunities, sustainable and climate-resilient environment (Spatially, sectorally focused strategies)

NATIONAL SECURITY

GOOD GOVERNANCE

ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY

Access to financing

Competitiveness of productive sectors

SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A.
Mobilization of financial resources made more efficient
STRATEGY
1: Manage the capital inflows towards investments in the productive sector
Sector Outcome
Access to financing in support to macroeconomic stability

SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B.
Regulatory framework for the financial system strengthened and improved
STRATEGY
2: Build the needed financial market infrastructure

SUBSECTOR OUTCOME C.
Financial inclusion improved
STRATEGY
3: Pursue the financial inclusion agenda
Chapter 5
Sector Outcome
Competitive and sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries sector
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A.
Productivity in A&F sector increased
Strategies
1: Increase investments in Research, development and extension (RD&E) to generate appropriate technologies and innovations to improve farm productivity
2: Strengthen and build the capacities of farmers and fisherfolk through the provision of extension and conduct of trainings on appropriate technologies and innovations on production, farming systems and fishery practices
3: Improve rural infrastructure to enhance connectivity and integration of production areas to markets
4: Fast-track the completion of asset reform through the distribution of land titles
5: Improve access to credit and other financial packages
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B.
Forward linkage to the I&S sectors increased
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME C.
Sector resilience to climate change risks increased
Strategies
6: Promote the production of high value commodities with comparative advantage, including industrial crops
7: Expand existing markets, explore new markets, and link farmers and fisherfolk to these value chains and commodity/industry clusters
8: Strengthen and build the capacities of stakeholders through extension and training (value-adding, agribusiness development, value-chain management)
9: Strengthen and build the capacities of stakeholders by providing extension services and conducting training on value-adding, agribusiness development and value-chain management (See also Chapter 6 (Social development) for similar strategies.)
10: Increase investments in RD&E on agri-processing, product development of A&F products, agri-tourism, and agro-forestry
11: Provide timely market information to farmers, fisherfolk, farmers’ and fisherfolk groups, and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through the use of ICT and other appropriate technologies
12: Support the transformation of farmers’ and fisherfolk groups and cooperatives into formal and viable SMEs
13: Promote proper eco-labeling and enhance product standards to ensure the safety and quality of products
Strategies
14: Encourage diversification of production and livelihood options for A&F households
15: Reduce the degradation and improve the quality of the sector’s environmental resources
16: Increase the resilience of agriculture communities and strengthen their capacities to respond effectively to climate risks and natural hazards
Education, skills and health of workforce
Resilient and inclusive financial system
Chapter 4
Competitive and sustainable agriculture and fisheries sector
Sector Outcome
Globally competitive and innovative industry and services sectors
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A.
Business climate improved
Strategies
1. Improve governance
2. Provide adequate infrastructure support
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B.
Productivity and innovative capacity increased
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME C.
Consumer welfare enhanced
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME D.
Market access expanded
Strategies
3. Harness science, technology and innovation
4. Enhance competencies of labor
5. Expand industry cluster development
Strategies
6. Ensure consumer satisfaction
7. Improve supply chains of basic and prime commodities
Strategies
8. Maximize opportunities in regional and global integration
9. Harmonize the National Quality Infrastructure (NQI) with internationally accepted QI
10. Strengthen national brand awareness
Chapter 3
Competitive and innovative industry and services sectors
Sector Outcome
Human capabilities improved
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 1.
Health and nutrition status improved
Strategies
1: Provide health care to all: Kalusugan Pangkalahatan (Universal Health Care)
Sector Outcome
Vulnerabilities reduced
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 2.
Knowledge and skills enhanced
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 3.
Social protection expanded
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 4.
Access to secure shelter expanded
Strategies
2: Provide complete and quality basic education to prepare the youth for further education and the world of work
3: Develop workforce competencies and life skills through TVET
4: Make higher education competitive and responsive to national development goals
Strategies
5: Enhance the targeting system by identifying the “near poor”/ vulnerable and knowing their needs
6: Enhance social protection and insurance for vulnerable groups
7: Set up convergence mechanisms at all levels
Strategies
8: Provide a menu of housing options/assistance based on the needs of intended housing beneficiaries
9: Build strong partnerships with stakeholders, particularly LGUs, to ensure development of sustainable communities
10: Pursue the policy agenda for socialized housing
Chapter 6
Social development
Chapter 8
Peace and security
SECTOR OUTCOME
Stable national security achieved
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A
Communities in areas affected by and vulnerable to armed conflict return to peaceful conditions where they can achieve their desired quality of life
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B

Safer and more secure environment conducive to national development created and sustained
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES
1: Negotiated political settlements of all internal armed conflicts achieved
2: Causes and impacts of all internal armed conflicts and other issues that affect the peace process effectively addressed
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES
3: Internal stability sustained
4: Capability to uphold sovereignty and territorial integrity assured
5: Highest standard of capability and preparedness against disasters and emergencies attained
6: Security sector reforms implemented
STRATEGY:
Winning the peace
STRATEGY:
Ensuring national security
Good governance and the rule of law
Chapter 7
SECTOR OUTCOME
Effective and efficient governance achieved
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A
Transparency, citizen's participation and accountability increased
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B
Rule of law strengthened
STRATEGIES
1: Enhancing public access to information
2: Fully engaging and empowering the citizenry
3: Strengthening performance management and accountability measures
4: Intensifying anti-corruption efforts
STRATEGIES
5: Improving administration of justice
6: Enhancing economic justice
Chapter 9
Sustainable and climate-resilient environment and natural resources
SECTOR OUTCOME
Sustainable and climate-resilient environment and natural resources achieved
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME A
Adaptive capacities of human communities improved
STRATEGIES
1: Mainstream CCA/DRRM in development plans and guidelines
2: Promote climate/disaster-resilient infrastructure facilities
3: Improve access to innovative national and international financing schemes for CCA/M and DRRM
4: Develop and adopt more effective vulnerability assessment (VA) tools
5: Support research, development and extension (RD&E)
STRATEGY
6: Strengthen the management of forest, coastal and marine, land and biodiversity
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME B
Sustainably managed natural resources achieved
STRATEGIES
7: Strengthen enforcement of laws on clean air and water, solid and hazardous waste management
8: Update and intensify monitoring of air and water quality standards
9: Promote eco-friendly production technologies and energy-efficient infrastructure and transport facilities
10: Promote appropriate technology for waste management and establishment of sustainable markets for recyclables and recycled products
11: Pursue RD&E to improve the quality of the environment
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME C
Environmental quality improved for cleaner and healthier environment
CROSSCUTTING STRATEGIES
12: Improve knowledge management (KM) systems and tools
13: Strengthen multi-stakeholder participation and partnership in ENR management and governance
14: Sustained capacity building, institutional strengthening and IEC campaign
Category 3:
Thirty provinces exposed to multiple hazards
Category 1:
Ten provinces with high magnitude of poor households, 2010
Category 2:
Ten provinces with highest poverty incidence based on population, 2012
Development opportunities exist but the poor cannot participate in the growth process
In-migration, particularly of poor people due to attractiveness of the province
Limited opportunities for development
Small population, low density, remote areas
Afflicted by weather-related events or armed conflict
Marginally non-poor can slide into poverty owing to shocks or disasters, natural or man-made; poor can slide deeper into poverty
Poverty reduction in multiple dimensions, massive quality employment creation
Planning
Budgeting
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 1.
Sustainable fiscal sector achieved
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 2.
Resilient external sector maintained
SUBSECTOR OUTCOME 3.
Monetary and financial sector made resilient and inclusive
Strategies
1. Implement revenue enhancement measures
2. Implement expenditure management reforms
3. Formulate medium-term debt management strategy
Strategies
4. Achieve low and stable inflation
5. Maintain current account surplus to GDP ratio
6. Reduce external debt to GDP
7. Strengthen financial sector
Chapter 2
Macroeconomic policy
Spatial considerations
1. Number or magnitude of poor households in the province
2. Provincial poverty incidence (proportion of poor individuals to the provincial population)
3. Province's vulnerability to natural disasters, particularly floods and landslides.
http://plans.neda.gov.ph/pdp
View the
PDP Midterm Update
online at
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Land tenure security improved
INFRASTRUCTURE INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Competitiveness enhanced and productivity increased in the industry, services and agriculture sectors
INFRASTRUCTURE INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Adequacy and accessibility of basic infrastructure services enhanced, and infrastructure gaps in far-flung areas reduced
INFRASTRUCTURE INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Governance improved
INFRASTRUCTURE INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Safer and more secured environment created and sustained
INFRASTRUCTURE INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME
Environmental quality improved
OVERALL STRATEGY
Increase public infrastructure spending to enhance the quality, adequacy, and accessibility of infrastructure facilities and services
STRATEGIES
1. Improve connectivity and efficiency
2. Support agricultural production
3. Pursue energy and water security
4. Improve business climate
STRATEGIES
5. Improve access to and adequacy of basic infrastructure services
6. Address infrastructure gaps in far-flung areas
STRATEGIES
7. Promote good governance through ICTs
8. Improve coordination and planning, streamline government processes.
9. Optimize infrastructure investment
STRATEGIES
10. Provide safety and security measures
11. Enable development in conflict-affected areas
STRATEGIES
12. Strengthen resilience to climate change and disasters
13. Improve wastewater and solid waste management
14. Support measures to improve air quality
INTERMEDIATE GOAL
Rapid and sustained economic growth
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Globally competitive and innovative industry and services sectors achieved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Sustainable and climate-resilient environment achieved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Effective and efficient governance achieved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Stable national security achieved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Competitive and sustainable agriculture and fisheries sector achieved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Human capabilities improved
INFRASTRUCTURE-SUPPORTED SECTOR OUTCOME
Vulnerabilities reduced
Accelerating infrastructure development
Chapter 10
INTERMEDIATE GOAL
Equal opportunities achieved
View the 2014 budget at
http://budgetngbayan.com/
The National Budget is the financial blueprint of a country’s development plan. It is crucial to channel resources on programs that accelerate economic growth, and to re-direct funds to programs that respond to the needs of the people, especially those in poor regions.

To ensure that public resources are managed more efficiently and with the greatest degree of discipline, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) introduced performance-informed budgeting (PIB) in the preparation of the proposed National Budget for fiscal year 2014. The PIB system requires government agencies to strengthen the link between planning and budgeting and to simplify the presentation of the budget.The National Expenditure Plan and the General Appropriations Act beginning in FY2014 will show the link between the funds allocated for government programs and the projected results and outcomes of these.
The
Performance-Informed
Budget
Monitoring
The Results Matrix (RM) is a tool designed to provide results orientation to the PDP. Anchored on results-based management, it shifts the focus from input-output monitoring to an emphasis on the achievements of outcomes and impacts prioritized in the Plan.

The RM contains statements of objectives with a corresponding indicator framework for the various levels of results (goal and outcomes) to be achieved under the Plan. As the Plan’s principal monitoring and evaluation (M&E) instrument, the RM enables reporting on the progress of the Plan as well as allows for its subsequent assessment and performance measurements.

Each chapter of the Philippine Development Plan contains results matrices of priority indicators.
Real gross domestic product (GDP)
7.2%
Target (2016)
7-8%
Accomplishment (2013)
annual growth rate
7.0%
Target (2016)
6.5-6.7%
Baseline (2012)
Unemployment rate
414
Target (2016), in '000
664-753
Baseline (2012), in '000
Employment generated
20%
Target (2016), % of employed
17%
Baseline (2012), % of employed
Underemployment rate
21.1%
Target (2016)
22%
Accomplishment (2013)
Investment-to-GDP ratio
US$ 52.1 B
Target (2016)
US$ 91 B
Baseline (2012)
Merchandise exports
US$ 18.6 B
Target (2016)
US$ 29 B
Baseline (2012)
Services exports
Encourage private investment in research and development (R&D)
Institute favorable government science and technology policies
25.2%
Target (2016)
18.0-20%
Baseline (2012)
Income poverty
28.2%
Target (2016)
16-18%
Baseline (2012)
Multidimensional poverty
in % of population
in % of population
In the first three years of implementing the PDP
11. From Presidential appointees chosen mainly out of political accommodation to discerning selection based on integrity, competence and performance in serving the public good.

12. From demoralized but dedicated civil servants, military and police personnel destined for failure and frustration due to inadequate operational support to professional, motivated and energized bureaucracies with adequate means to perform their public service missions.
Government Service
Gender Equality
13. From a lack of concern for gender disparities and shortfalls, to the promotion of equal gender opportunity in all spheres of public policies and programs.
Peace & Order
14. From a disjointed, short-sighted Mindanao policy that merely reacts to events and incidents to one that seeks a broadly supported just peace and will redress decades of neglect of the Moro and other peoples of Mindanao.
Environment
15. From allowing environmental blight to spoil our cities, where both the rich and the poor bear with congestion and urban decay to planning alternative, inclusive urban developments where people of varying income levels are integrated in productive, healthy and safe communities.

16. From a government obsessed with exploiting the country for immediate gains to the detriment of its environment to a government that will encourage sustainable use of resources to benefit the present and future generations.
Our Mission:
We will start to make these changes first in ourselves—by doing the right things, by giving value to excellence and integrity and rejecting mediocrity and dishonesty, and by giving priority to others over ourselves.

We will make these changes across many aspects of our national life.
SECTOR OUTCOME:
Stable macroeconomy achieved
Investment Programming
1. A re-awakened sense of right and wrong, through the living examples of our highest leaders;

2. An organized and widely-shared rapid expansion of our economy through a government dedicated to honing and mobilizing our people’s skills and energies as well as the responsible harnessing of our natural resources;

3. A collective belief that doing the right thing does not only make sense morally, but translates into economic value as well;

4. Public institutions rebuilt on the strong solidarity of our society and its communities.
A country with…
The Vision
for the Philippines
A Social Contract
with the
Filipino People

1. From a President who tolerates corruption to a President who is the nation’s first and most determined fighter of corruption.
2. From a government that merely conjures economic growth statistics that our people know to be unreal to a government that prioritizes jobs that empower the people and provide them with opportunities to rise above poverty.
3. From relegating education to just one of many concerns to making education the central strategy for investing in our people, reducing poverty and building national competitiveness.
4. From treating health as just another area for political patronage to recognizing the advancement and protection of public health, which includes responsible parenthood, as key measures of good governance.
5. From justice that money and connections can buy to a truly impartial system of institutions that deliver equal justice to rich or poor.
A Commitment to Transformational Leadership
Economy
6. From government policies influenced by well-connected private interests to a leadership that executes all the laws of the land with impartiality and decisiveness.
7. From treating the rural economy as just a source of problems to recognizing farms and rural enterprises as vital to achieving food security and more equitable economic growth, worthy of re-investment for sustained productivity.
8. From government anti-poverty programs that instill a dole-out mentality to well-considered programs that build capacity and create opportunity among the poor and the marginalized in the country.
9. From a government that dampens private initiative and enterprise to a government that creates conditions conducive to the growth and competitiveness of private businesses, big, medium and small.
10. From a government that treats its people as an export commodity and a means to earn foreign exchange, to a government that creates jobs at home, so that working abroad will be a choice rather than a necessity;
The
Inclusive
Growth
Framework
The Development Cycle
Strategies:
Improve physical infrastructure to enhance trade and mobility;
Improve the skill sets of poor families and help match these skills with the needs of employers;
Expand growth and employment opportunities in these provinces with IT-BPM and tourism as well as create potential growth drivers in agro-industry, manufacturing, and logistics.
Strategies:
Ensure provision of basic social services that promote economic and physical mobility, partnered with opportunities;
Expand and promote the number of agri-based small businesses and connect them to service providers in more developed areas of the region. This is a way of creating jobs and ensuring incomes.
Strengthen peace efforts where there is armed conflict.
Strategies:
Increase resilience to natural disasters by updating geohazard maps, land use plans, and local development plans and by training residents on disaster response
Build resilient structures/evacuation centers in vulnerable LGUs.
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