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Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA Gazette 1st Quarter 2018

the Official Newsletter of Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA

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1st Quarter Newsletter Sama-Samang Pagkilos Nang May Malasakit MDEs Attended M&E Forum Pasay City, Metro Manila—The Municipal Data Encoders from different Kalahi CIDSS implementing municipalities in MIMAROPA were gathered last March 20-22, 2018 at Kabayan Hotel in Pasay City for the Monitoring and Evaluation Forum, formerly known as the Database Encoders’ Workshop. The main goal of this M and E Forum is to orient the encoders on the new version of Project Information Management System (PIMS), the primary database system used by DSWD Kalahi CIDSS. In addition to this, the status of the Means of Verification (MOVs) for Kalahi CIDSS project implementation will be checked and it will also serve as the audit checkpoint for the municipalities that will be finishing their program implementation this June. The main issues that the MDEs discussed were about the difficulties they experience Municipal Data Encoders are discussing strategies on how to make database management better, manageable, and faster on using the database system and the geotagging web-app. The persisting issues in the use of the database was the lost of data upon saving according to the M and E officers, this was mostly due to the slow internet connection in the areas. As the threeday activity came to its conclusion, most of the concerns of the MDEs were addressed. ### About the Cover Contents MDEs Attended M&E Forum....................................page2 Municipal Mayors from Kalahi CIDSS implementing towns in Palawan gathered for the Local Chief Executives Forum......................page3 The Town That Made It Right -- Sablayan.................page4 DSWD Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA Conducts Regional Sustainability Planning Workshop for 177 Municipalities.............................page5 CVs and MCTs Participated in Community Scorecard Training......................................................page6 Human Chain Activity in Magsaysay Occidental Mindoro, A Success.................................page7 Community-Driven Development Make Change Work for Kalahi CIDSS Women Community Volunteers..............................................page8 Bayanihan knowns no ethnicity and gender, it is portrayed on the cover of the 1st quarter Newsletter Edition. of Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA Gazette. Together, Mangayans and Tagalog could make a significant difference for the Indigenous People’s community in Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro.

1st Quarter Newsletter Sama-Samang Pagkilos Nang May Malasakit Municipal Mayors from Kalahi CIDSS implementing towns in Palawan gathered for the Local Chief Executives Forum term plans of the LGU. Deputy Regional Program Manager Maria Liza Peraren discuss the Kalahi CIDSS Successor Plan during the Hawaiian themed LCE forum of Palawan Puerto Princesa City– Last February 15-16, 2018 the DSWD Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA under National Community Driven Development Program hosted a two-day forum with the Local Chief Executives of the Palawan Cluster at the Ponce de Leon Garden Resort, Puerto Princesa City Palawan. Representatives from Kalahi CIDSS implementing municipalities in Palawan participated in the said activity to provide updates on the current program implementation in their area as well as adopt strategies and techniques on how to accomplish the community subprojects efficiently and in timely manner. In addition, the LCEs were also oriented on the strategic priorities and directives from DSWD’s Officer-In-Charge Secretary Emmanuel Leyco on prioritizing community organizing and creation of infrastructure that complements other national government agencies’ programs and projects. They were also oriented on the Kalahi CIDSS Successor Plan which focuses on capacitating the Community Volunteers and the Municipal Coordinating Teams to sustain the implementation of Community- Driven Development (CDD) even after the end of Kalahi CIDSS program. Together with the Regional Program Management Office of Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA, the management have answered the concerns of the mayors that were raised regarding the closing of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) funded municipalities. ADB funded municipalities are set to close on March 2018 which will affect eleven (11) municipalities in Palawan. Most of the questions revolve on the completion of Sub- Projects and its consequences once the projects were not completed on the target dates. ### Did you know? March is the International Women’s Month. Every 8th of March, women are honored for their contribution to nation building around the world. In Kalahi CIDSS, we treat women as equal to men because community-driven development is not possible without the participation of women. Read more about Women in Kalahi CIDSS MIMAROPA on page 8. More so, the RPMO also lobbied to the LCEs the integration of the Kalahi CIDSS process, plans and activities to be included in the long

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