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List of Completed Projects

PUBLIC SERVICE EXCELLENCE PROGRAM FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-ARMM (October 2002 - September 2003)
This project was an intervention mechanism aimed at improving the quality of service rendered by the Department of Education- ARMM. It had two major components, namely: the conduct of a Management Assessment Conference and the implementation of five (5) Service Improvement Workshops. All units of the Department were involved in this project, with about 65 personnel attending the workshops including their respective Department heads.

The processes involved were highly participatory and those that allowed individuals in each department to identify and present solutions to their problems. The project also aimed at providing opportunities for internal and external customer improvement with the end in view of cultivating an excellence-driven work environment for the Department.

LOCAL MONITORING TEAM CAPABILITY - BUILDING and STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (March 2002 – December 2004)
The Local Monitoring Team Capability-Building and Strengthening Program (LMT-CBSP) was a project jointly undertaken by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) and Advocacy Mindanow foundation. It is primarily aimed at strengtheningthe capability of the LMT members to become better and effective peace-builders and peace monitors.

The LMT is a community-based, area specific group created to monitor the implementation of the cessation of hostilities between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). It was established to prevent the escalation of conflict and address possible violation of the cease-fire agreement through the participation of the local leaders and other community stakeholders in peace monitoring. The LMTs were located in thirteen provinces namely: Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay, Basilan, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Compostela Valley, Davao Oriental and Sarangani.

Under this project, the Local Monitoring Teams were provided administrative and financial support in the conduct of their operational mandate; organize and train a pool of LMT Trainers who were to facilitate and conduct an area-based capability building workshop and henceforth, expand the roster of trained monitors; and develop and produce a LMT Operations Manual to guide members on the mechanics and processes involved in cease-fire monitoring. It also involved an information and advocacy campaign in each area to enjoin the communities to support the peace process.

LOCAL MONITORING TEAM CAPABILITY BUILDING SEMINARS (April 2003 - December 2003)
This project was designed as a support to the LMT-Capability Building and Strengthening Program. It funded four batches of three-day seminars for the Local Monitoring Teams. The seminars included skills training, strengthening of relations with other LMT members and stakeholders and broadening of the LMTs’ understanding of the Culture of Peace. It also discussed various challenges faced by the Teams in the course of their work and presented opportunities to resolve them.

INTEGRATED COMMUNITY-BASED REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR BARANGAYS ANGGA-AN, SAN SISIDRO, OMONAY, LAGANDANG AND TANGKULAN OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF DAMULOG, PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON
A project funded by the GOP-UNDP EC Programme for Rehabilitating Internally Displaced Persons and Communities in Southern Philippines, it intended to assist in the rehabilitation of the five conflict-affected barangays of Angga-an, San Isidro, Tangkulan, Lagandang and Omonay in the Municipality of Damulog, Province of Bukidnon to promote peace and development for its internally displaced persons.

The project aimed towards strengthening of community structures and organizations of the tri-people; improving the conditions of the communities through livelihood and economic opportunities; dealing with core causes of conflict and rebuild lasting relationship between principal hostile groups and stakeholders; promoting socio-economic development and advancing the Culture of Peace among the tri-people.

The major components of the project were Social Preparation and Capability Building, Provision of Basic Services through the construction of fifty (50) units core shelters, installation of three (3) water systems, construction of two (2) health centers and supplemental feeding and medical mission, Support for Livelihood and Community Enterprise through distribution of planting materials , basic farm tools, farm equipments like corn shellers and rice thresher, working animals other livelihood trainings, and Local Peace Building.

RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY ON COMMUNITY INITIATIVES FOR A UNIFIED MINDANAO
Funded by the US Embassy under its Small Grants Program, this project is a campaign program that will advocate for a “One Mindanao” consciousness through a 30-second radio plug that will inculcate unity in diversity among tri- people communities.

MONITORING and EVALUATION of the “KALINAW MINDANAO” RADIO PROGRAM
A project funded by the Act for Peace Programme. This project is intended to benchmark and measure audience or listener impact on its primary listeners, the Peace and Development Communities (PDC), and secondary listeners, non-PDCs , most especially in South Central Mindanao. The key areas covered include Peace and Development Communities (PDCs) and non-PDCs in Davao, Zamboanga, Cotabato, General Santos, and Iligan that are reached by the “Kalinaw sa Mindanao” radio program through radio stations DXDC, DXRZ, DXMY, DXMD, and DXIC, positioned respectively in the areas mentioned .

MEDICAL MISSION
A project funded by the Act for Peace Programme. This project is intended to benchmark and measure audience or listener impact on its primary listeners, the Peace and Development Communities (PDC), and secondary listeners, non-PDCs , most especially in South Central Mindanao. The key areas covered include Peace and Development Communities (PDCs) and non-PDCs in Davao, Zamboanga, Cotabato, General Santos, and Iligan that are reached by the “Kalinaw sa Mindanao” radio program through radio stations DXDC, DXRZ, DXMY, DXMD, and DXIC, positioned respectively in the areas mentioned .

PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTAL PEACE
This project aims to increase people’s awareness on the need to pursue and sustain environment-friendly practices and understand environmental preservation as necessary to maintain peace in our society.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ TRIBAL LEADERS CONSULTATION ON THE PEACE AND SECURITY SITUATION IN MINDANAO
A Project funded by the ACT for Peace Programme. This project aimed to support the IP Convention that will craft the peace and development agenda of indigenous peoples in Mindanao.

 

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