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Bottom-up Planning and Budgeting Process

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Renato De Vera

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2014 The Bottom-up Planning and
Budgeting (BuPB) Process 609 1,233 BuPB Process 2013
BuB Projects
may be implemented by LGUs An approach to formulating the budget proposals of national government agencies, taking into consideration the development needs of poor cities/municipalities as identified in their respective local poverty reduction action plans (LPRAPs) that shall be formulated with the strong participation of basic sectors and civil society organizations. To strengthen the convergence of the delivery of national services in the community To make the planning and budgeting processes of both local and national governments more participatory Provide a balance in the identification of priorities Objectives Arrived at thru the following factors determined by NAPC: Magnitude of poor in the municipality; Povery gap; Municipalities enrolled in the KALAHI-CIDSS Kapangyarian at Kaunlaran sa Barangay expansion areas;
and Conflict-affected areas under the OPPAP's PAMANA Determined based on any of the following factors: Original 609 focus cities and municipalities; Poverty incidence of at least 20% based on 2009 Small Area Estimates and with poor population of at least 5,000 individuals based on 2009 SAE and 2010 census data; Magnitude of poor population living in barangays exposed to high geo-hazard risks as identified by the MGB; and High economic potential areas with high poor populations as identified by NAPC. 2013 2014 (10) (6) (15) (12) (19) (62) Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Preparation for
Poverty Reduction
Planning and
Budgeting Conduct of LPRAP
Workshops Endorsement
of CSOs Adoption of the
LPRAP by the
Sanggunian Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Submission of LPRAP
to the RPRAT thru
the DILG-RO Consolidation
by DILG-RO Validation and Review
by the RPRAT Integration of LGU projects in the budget
of participating
agencies Step 9 Step 10 Provision of
Counterpart Funds Project Implementation Capacity building activities on constructive engagement and participatory planning and budgeting for CSOs and LGUs Conduct of CSO Assemblies; Selection of the LPRAT C0-Chairperson representing the CSOs and 3 CSO signatories for the LPRAP; Updating and validation of relevant economic and social data. LCE to constitute/reconstitute the LPRAT; LPRAT conducts workshop/s to formulate LPRAP; Review and validation of relevant data and relevant sections of CDP, CLUP, ELA and AIP; Conducted with active participation of CSOs, basic sector representatives and other non-government stakeholders Preparation of the LPRAP: Formulated with the technical assistance of the RPRAT; Should incorporate specific poverty reduction strategies to be undertaken; Should incorporate good governance, gender mainstreaming, and climate change mitigation/ adaptation strategies. BuB Projects must contribute to the following: Provision of Basic Social Services and attainment of the MDGs, including poverty reduction; Hunger mitigation and elimination; Job Generation and inclusive local economic development; or Climate change adaptation/mitigation and disaster preparedness. What cannot be proposed as BuB projects: Expansion of the Pantawid Pamilya Program beneficiaries; Housing Projects; Major Flood Control Projects; Vaccination Program; National Health Insurance Program; Projects related to law enforcement, fire protection and jail management; Construction of city/municipal halls and other multi-purpose buildings; Procurement of furniture and fixtures, and motor vehicles; International trainings/scholarships. Additional Considerations: At least 80% of budget cap must be for projects included in the Menu of Projects under each of the participating agencies; Remaining 20% may be allocated for new programs provided they are consistent with the NG priorities and not those included in negative list. Construction of new school buildings and classrooms and teacher deployment; As proof of endorsement, the LPRAP-List of Priority Projects must be signed by the three (3) selected CSO members of the LPRAT - a Pantawid Pamilya parent leader, a basic sector organization representative, and a CSO representative who is a member of the city/municipal development council. Deadline: February 15, 2013 Consolidated list shall be provided by DILG-RO: Immediately to all the members of the RPRAT; and To NAPC by March 1, 2013, together with copies of the original submission and attachments from focus cities and municipalities. RPRAT shall convene to review and validate proposed projects; RPRAT members shall endorse proposals requested from their agency; RPRAT shall determine whether projects not endorsed by an agency can be accommodated by other agencies; In cases where there are no existing programs or projects that would cater to proposed projects, the RPRAT shall recommend to the concerned ACO and to the HDPRC the creation of new programs under specific agencies For projects not accepted by the RPRAT, the RPRAT must meet with duly authorized LPRAT representative to clarify, modify or replace the rejected project within a prescribed period; RPRAT must ensure that previously rejected projects are finally settled/replaced before submission to NAPC and the RDC; Deadline for submission to NAPC and RDC: March 29, 2012 NAPC shall in turn consolidate all the RPRAT submissions and present it to the BuB oversight agencies for approval; Approved BuB Projects shall then be forwarded to all concerned ACOs NLT April 5. LGUs must provide cash counterpart for each BuB project, as follows: Highly Urbanized Cities All other cities 1st to 3rd class municipalities 4th to 6th class municipalities 30% of PC 20% of PC 15% of PC 5% of PC 10% counterpart for Farm to Market Road (FMR) LGU counterpart must be sourced from LGU funds and included in its 2014 AIP and annual budget; No LGU counterpart, no release of BuB projects. Earmarked Amount PhP 9.025 bn LGUs w/ LPRAPs 595 T0tal Amount Provided PhP 8.387 bn Participating Agencies DAR DA DepEd DoE DENR DOH DILG DOLE DSWD DOT DTI TESDA NEA Coordinating and Oversight Agencies DBM DILG DSWD NAPC NEDA April 6 -14 Menu of Programs Farm-to-Market Roads Small Irrigation Projects Communal Irrigation Systems National Rice Program National Corn Program National High Value Crops Program National Fisheries Program Promotion and Development of Organic Production DAd Community Irrigation System, Roads, Bridges, School Buildings, Day Care Centers, Flood Control Projects, etc. DAR Household Electrification Program (HEP) On Grid-Sitio Electrification Program (SEP) DOE NEA DepEd Basic Education Facilities Repair/rehab. of classrooms Construction of water and
sanitation facilities Gulayan sa Paaralan Innovative programs to
promote access to education DOH Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Maternal, neonatal, child health and nutrition Community Health Team (CHT) mobilization Infectious Diseases Health emergency management Doctors to the Barrios RNheals Rural Health Training and Placement Program Health Facilities Enhancement Program Geographically Isolated & Disadvantaged Areas Others DENR National Greening Program DILG Provision of potable water supply DOT Local Tourism Development Projects TESDA Tech-Voc. training Community-based training DTI Shared Service Facility (SSF) Industry Clustering Development Program One-Town, One-Product (OTOP) Stores Bamboo Development Project Philippine Traceability for Revitalized
Agricultural Competitiveness Project Production Innovation Program (PIP) Rural Micro-enterprise Promotion
Program (RuMEPP) Business Permit and Licensing Systems
(BPLS) DSWD KALAHI-CIDSS Project Sustainable Livelihood Program Social Pension for Indigent
Senior Citizens Supplementary Feeding Program Core Shelter Assistance Program Child and Youth Welfare Program Women Welfare Program Program for Persons with
Disabilities Family Welfare Program Except for the following: Household electrification projects under DOE; Sitio electrification projects under NEA; NHIP coverage of indigent families under PHIC; and All projects under DepEd. BuB implementation by LGUs subject to the ff: LGUs technical capability as determined by agency concerned; Seal of Good Housekeeping for 2011 or 2012 Assessment; Completion of assessment of its PFM System; and No unliquidated cash advances from the participating agency concerned. Participating LGUs shall, if necessary, issue guidelines for the implementation of BuB projects, which shall include: Criteria for assessing technical capacity of LGUs; How to transfer funds to LGUs; and How to monitor implementation of projects. If an LGU in INELIGIBLE to implement a BuB project, the project shall be implemented by the participating agency concerned. For projects to be implemented by LGUs, a MOA or any similar document shall be prepared between the LGU and the participating agency; Agencies or LGUs may enter into partnership with NGOs or POs for the implementation of their BuB projects, subject to COA guidelines; Communities at the barangay level may also implement BuB projects provided they have had prior experience in implementing projects thru the Community Driven Development (CDD) approach. THANK YOU!
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