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Grass Roots Participatory Budgeting for FY 2015

A brief on the implementation of Grass Roots Projects otherwise known as Bottoms-up Budgeting (BuB) Projects for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015

Harry Omaña

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Grass Roots Participatory Budgeting for FY 2015

Grassroots Participatory Budgeting
Process for FY 2015

Legal Basis
Steps in Regular Grassroots
Budgeting Process


1. Budget Reform
2. Local Governance Reform
3. Democratic and Empowerment Project

1. Civil Society Assemblies

Orientation on Grassroots Budgeting
Election of LPRAT representatives and 3 CSO signatories to the LPRAP (including LPRAT co-chair)
Report of LCE on status of 2013 GB Projects (if applicable)
Poverty Situation Analysis

* Report to be submitted:
- Attendance sheet of Assembly;
- Pictures during the assembly;
- Documentation of election result; and,
- Report on the status of Grassroots Budgeting projects
(if applicable)
2. LPRAT Orientation/LPRAP Workshop

Orientation on JMC No. 4
LPRAP Workshop
Multi-year planning (indicative list of projects for 2015 to 2017)
Project Identification
- 80% within Menu of Programs (to be
reviewed and validated by RPRAT)
- 20% outside of the Menu (to be reviewed and
validated by NPRAT)

* Report to be submitted:
- Executive/Admin. Order on the Creation of LPRAT
- Attendance sheet of Orientation/Workshop;
- Pictures during the Orientation-Workshop;
- Documentation/Post Activity Report
3. Submission of List of Priority Projects and other supporting documents
(hard and soft copies)

Cover letter signed by Mayor
List of projects using the prescribed template signed by LCE and 3 CSO representatives on every page
Project brief for each project

* Report on compliance with participatory processes
- Conduct of CSO assembly – attendance sheet, photo of participants,
documentation of election report, LGU report on status of GB 2013 projects
- Conduct of LPRAP workshop – photo of participants, attendance sheet, minutes
or highlights of the LPRAP workshop

4. Consolidation of list of projects by DILG RO and
submission to NAPC and distribution to RPRAT members

5. Validation, Review and Replacement of Projects

Review/Validation by RPRAT and NPRAT
RPRAT meeting/workshop with LPRAT to replace rejected projects
Submission to NAPC of final list of projects


Adoption of final list of priority projects by local Sanggunian (to be submitted to DILG RO)

Integration into the National Budget
Provision of funding for LGU Counterpart in local budget
DBM-DILG-DSWD-NAPC Joint Memorandum Circular No. 4

Policy Guidelines and Procedures in the Implementation of Grassroots Participatory Budgeting Process (formerly called Bottom-Up Budgeting) for the FY 2015 Budget Preparation
Counterpart funding need not be allocated on a per project basis.

Cash counterpart may be used to fund projects that are 100% funded by the LGU.

Projects to be funded by the LGU cash counterpart should be determined by the LPRAT, effectively adding it to the ‘Grassroots Budgeting Funding Pot’.

KALAHI-CIDSS will no longer ask for other cash counterpart, however, additional non-cash counterpart may be required
Other Requirements
LPRAP Template
Sanggunian Resolution (adopting LPRAP list of priority projects) pro-format
Project Brief Template
Executive Order creating LPRAT

Menu of Programs and Projects
by NGA

Calendar of

Irrigation projects (SIP/STW/OSP)
Infrastructure support to Agri and Fishery production (Tractor, Planter/Seeder, Harvester, Thresher, Sheller, Motorized Fishing Boat, Fish Nets)
Agro-Processing Facilities and Expanded Agri-Business Activities
Post-harvest Facilities and Equipment (Mechanical Dryers, Multi-Purpose Drying Pavement)
Cold Storage Facilities/Vans
Ports and Wharves
Trading Posts
Sustainable Agri-Fishery Based Livelihood and other Agri-Fishery Business Investments
Farm implements/ tools
Agri-Fishery training
Marine Reserve and Fish Sanctuaries
Marine protected areas
Organic fertilizer production
Department of Agriculture
Social Infrastructure & Local Capability Bldg. (SILCAB) – Institutional Development Interventions

Sustainable Agri-business and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED)
ARC Connectivity & Economic Support Services ( ASCCESS)
Agrarian Production Credit Program
Credit Assistance Program for Beneficiaries Development

Department of Agrarian Reform
National Greening Program

Department of Environment and
Natural Resources
Local Regional Economic Development
Yaman Pinoy’
Rural Micro Enterprise Development Program
Shared Service Facility
OTOP Store Express
Industry Clustering Development Program
Philippine Traceability for Revitalized Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Program (P-Trace)
Department of Trade and Industry
Tourism Program/Facilities
(requesting submission of menu)
Department of Tourism
Electrification Program (Off-Grid)
Department of Energy
On-grid Sitio Electrification Program
Barangay Line Enhancement Program

National Electrification Authority
Sustainable Livelihood Program: Microenterprise Development Track
Sustainable Livelihood Program: Employment Facilitation Track
Protective Services – Infrastructure Projects
Protective Services – Capacity Building
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Workers Income Augmentation Program (WIN AP)
Tulong Panghanapbuhay para sa Ating mga Disadvantaged Workers (TUPAD)
DOLE-AMP (DOLE- Adjustment Measures Program)
SPES (Special Program for the Employment of Students)

Department of Labor and Employment
Requesting submission
Technical Education and Skills Development
Basic Education Facilities: Repair / rehabilitation of classrooms
Basic Education Facilities: Provision of school furniture
Gulayan sa Paaralan
Innovative programs to promote access to Education/ Abot-Alam Program

Department of Education
Maternal, neonatal, child health and nutrition (MNCHN)
Community Health Team (CHT) mobilization
Infectious diseases (Filariasis Elimination, Schistosomiasis and Malaria Control, Rabies Elimination, Leprosy, TB Control, STI/HIV and AIDS Prevention, Dengue Control
Health Emergency Management
Rural Health Midwife Placement Program
Health Facilities Enhancement Program

Department of Health
Capacity Building for CSOs
Core Local Road Construction/ Maintenance / Rehabilitation
Evacuation Facility
Rescue Equipment
Flood Control
Department of Interior and Local Government
Projects below P500,000.00
Expansion of Pantawid Pamilya, Social Pension for Indigents Senior Citizens, PhilHEALTH coverage, vaccination programs
Housing Projects
Construction of school buildings, classrooms and rural health units
Farm to Market Roads
Law enforcement, fire protection and jail management related projects
Construction of city hall, training centers and other multi-purpose buildings
Purchase of motor vehicles, except those used for rescue in times of disaster
International Training, scholarships

Develop a PFM Improvement Plan or attain 2014 targets if already developed
Counterpart requirements are provided for Grassroots Budgeting 2015 budget
Submission of proper financial and physical accomplishment reports for LGU implemented Grassroots Budgeting 2013, 2014 projects
Compliance with intent of Grassroots Budgeting for meaningful participation
- Conduct of CSO assembly and LPRAT workshop
- Conduct of Quarterly LPRAT meetings
No unliquidated cash advances
LGUs that poorly implement their Grassroots Budgeting projects in 2014.


Governance Requirements
Attain Seal of Good Housekeeping for 2013 assessment
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