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Metamorphosis_Kalahi-CIDSS Compendium 2015

Kalahi

Kalahi CIDDS Project stands for the “Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services. It is one of the main poverty reduction program of the Government of the Philippines that seeks to apply participatory, community-led and community-driven approaches proven to be effective in community development work. THE OVER-ALL DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES OF THE KALAHI CIDSS PROJECT The Kalahi-CIDSS Project envisions the development of self-propelling communities in high poverty incidence areas in the countryside, where people actively participate, lead, and propel development activities that will improve the people’s overall quality of life. In support of this vision, the Project provides oppurtunities to: Empower local communities, involving delivery of capacity-building inputs and the creation and institutionalization of community-based mechanisms that will allow the people to freely exercise their right to decide on issues affecting their own development. Emphasis is given to vulnerable groups like the Indigenous Peoples, farmers, fisherfolk, by ensuring their incusion in the decision-making process especially on matters pertaining to resource allocation and use. Improve local governance, both at the barangay and municipal levels, by revitalizing local governance structures designed to encourage community consultation and ensure transparency and accountability, following the principles and processes of good governance as mandated by the Local Government Code (Republic Act 7160). Through capacitybuilding sessions and other project interventions, poor communities and their local governments are primed to undertake relevant community development activities through collaborative partnership engagements and; Aid in the Reduction of Poverty through the provision of funds for basic community infrastructure or common service facilities and other relevant projects that adress community-defined needs and vulnerabilities. It is assumed that with empowered communities and improved local governance, sub-projects of communities will be relevant, successful and sustainable. THE CORE PRINCIPLES OF THE KALAHI CIDSS PROJECT Localized Decision-Making. Gives life to the importance of having the community discuss and decide on important issues that affect them including the formulation and implementation of projects and other interventions that will address problems they themselves identified. 1 Empowering. Invests heavily on capacity-building activities that are designed to progressively develop the capabilities of the people, from analysis of local conditions to

design of appropriate development intervention, to actual implementation of development projects. Transparency. People’s participation is the program’s core requirement, and the active engagement of community members in the various development process and interventions is a necessary prerequisite to the success of all project activities and interventions. Community Prioritization. Project interventions, most notably on the selection of subprojects and capacity-building activities is a product of a collective decision-making process. Decision on what project are to be prioritized for funding is made by an inter-barangay forum whose members are elected by the barangay assemblies. Inclusive and Multi-Stakeholder. The whole community, with its formal and traditional leaders, the different sectors and other individuals, group or organizations are encouraged to participate in the project. Demand-Driven. Support is given to enable the communities to prioritize their own needs and problems, design their own projects and make decisions on how resources will be used. Sustainable. The project ensures that sub-projects have viable plans for sustainability. With references to Kalahi-CIDSS, viability and sustainability reflect the capacity of sub-projects to continue to deliver intended benefits over a long period beyond the life of the project. The Community Empowerment Activity Cycle Community-Based Evaluation Accountability Review and Reporting Implemnt’n of O&M Plan Transition Municipal Orientation Implemnt’n of SP & M&E Pre-Implemnt’n Workshop MIBF – MDC Engagements MIBF-EC Review of Pending Proposals Community Consultations (BA) Implmt’n SP & O&M Plan & M&E Project Approval Stage KALAHI-CIDSS: KKB COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ACTIVITY CYCLE Project Identification, Selection, and Planning Stage Social Preparation Stage Barangay Orientation (BA) Criteria Setting Workshop MIBF) PSA Community Consultation (BA) Project Development Workshop Preparation of detailed Proposals Prioritization and approval of Proposals (MIBF) Community Consultations (BA) Community Consultations MIAC Technical Review of Proposals 2

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