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EnFaNCE. Background of the Foundation  Encourage Families in Need and Care for Education (EnFaNCE Foundation Inc.)  Ceated with the support and funding.

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1 EnFaNCE

2 Background of the Foundation  Encourage Families in Need and Care for Education (EnFaNCE Foundation Inc.)  Ceated with the support and funding of Inter Aide  Non-dole foundation that fights against poverty through self-empowerment  Based in Tondo (Baseco, Tempo, Dumpee)

3 Vision, Mission, Objective  Vision: To encourage self reliance and welfare among some of the most socially and economically depressed families through a community based program that could improve their economic and social living conditions  Mission: Working together for a dynamic family development toward self reliance and community upliftment  Objectives: The global objective of Enfance is to alleviate poverty in urban depressed communities while their specific objective is to attain sustainable improvement of the capabilities of the families to solve their problems through access to existing services.

4 The Enfance Team  French Executive Director  2 year term  Filipino Social workers  Administrative Staff  Psychologist

5 Programs and Services  Family Development Program: Regular Home Visits  Pulongs  Family Budget and Savings Program: Piso-pisong Ipon  Oras ng Pagtanggap

6 Target Market: Residents of Tondo  families living in Barangay 105, Vitas, Tondo, Manila  121, 489 households and has a total population of 590,307  No public schools  No health services  Average monthly income: Php 2,000

7 Target Market: Residents of Tondo  Dumpsite – ‘Dumpee’  beside an old dumpsite (garbage port)  1500 families  Temporary Housing Bulilding – ‘Tempo’  200 meters away from the Dumpsite  34 buildings which houses around 50 families in each building

8 COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT / External Analysis

9 A. Economic Forces  Income  According to NCSB, a family of 5 should earn P6,195/month to meet basic needs, Tondo families with 4-8 children in average earn P2000/month.  Affects PPI participation, health seeking behavior, education etc.  What can Enfance do?  Groundwork for future programs.  Cost effective tips, livelihood programs etc.

10 B. Social,Cultural, Demographic, Environmental Forces  Environmental  Area is disease prone (Garbage, Flooding, Airborne (Coal production) problems)  Safety of social workers  Health  Prevalent skin and respiratory diseases  TB, dengue, STD, diarrhea, pneumonia etc common problems  Poor health seeking behavior (affected by income, education, beliefs, practices, lack of knowledge)  Poor health service accessibility and quality

11  Education  Affects cultural beliefs, values and principles  80% have reached grade school level only  Lack of schools in the area  Most think the only important thing to know is to read and write  Most leave school in order to work and help the family  Religion, Cultural and other Social issues  Roman Catholics (Majority), Iglesia ni Cristo, Protestants  Early marriage (12-15y.o) to escape violence/abuse  Vices  crime rates and family problems

12 C. Political, Governmental, Legal Forces  Poor provision of basic necessities (water, plumbing, electricity)  Bribery problems  Lack of barangay outposts, tanods, local authorities and security  safety of the community and workers affected

13 D. Similar NGO’s in the area  Young Focus International  focuses on education and malnourishment problems  Gets funds from sponsoring and solicitations in website  New Life  focuses on helping families improve their conditions in different aspects such as relationships, family planning, financial savings  observes a dole out system by giving donations and goods to the families.  Tulay ng Kabataan  focuses on providing shelter, educating and feeding children. They also create feeding programs, day care centers, health assistance and lodging for homeless children.

14 INTERNAL ANALYSIS (Weisbord Model)

15 Vision and Strategy  Vision  No long term strategy  Mission  Lacks details  Interchanged vision and mission  Members of the organization still understands it

16 Organizational Structure  Short duration of the executive director’s term  Culture differences  Flatness of the org structure facilitates easy communication

17 Relationships  Individual  Amiable and cooperative  Everyone works closely with each other  Inter-departmental  Close working relations due to similarities in target market  Employees and their jobs  Employees are happy with their jobs

18 Rewards  Above minimum wage salary  Complete health care benefits  No preventive benefits  No program for boosting employee morale  No HR department

19 Leadership  Hierarchy is followed  Democratic reign – everyone has a say

20 Helpful Mechanisms  Members aware of the mission-vision and goals of the foundation  Thorough planning  Open to Suggestions  Heavily reliant on donations

21 Analysis of Issues and Generation of Alternative Strategies/Programs

22 SWOT Matrix Strengths (S) 1. Stable financial source 2. Good planning sessions (regular sessions) 3. Open to expansion 4. Employee health benefits 5. Monitoring and evaluation of FDP 6. Open communication among team members 7. Employees aligned with MV 8. Responsive Programs like FDP 9. Working for a good cause 10. Workers have good relational skills Weaknesses (W) 1. Not enough marketing, low public exposure 2. Unclear mission-vision, lacks value for long-term growth 3. Low employee moral 4. No electronic records 5. Not self-reliant financially 6. Program in partnership with other organization is not well monitored (PPI with Uplift) 7. Lack of expansion Opportunities (O)SO StrategiesWO Strategies Threats (T)ST StrategiesWT Strategies

23 Strengths (S)Weaknesses (W) Opportunities (O) 1. Presence of NGOs in the area with different focuses. 2. New partnerships with the NGOs and local officials 3. A good relationship with a responsive and cooperative community. 5. New sources of funding 6. Religion does not have a strong influence on the community. SO Strategies: 1. Networking with other organizations since Enfance is open to expansion and there are a lot of support from other organizations and the community. 2. Enfance can target the most influential, willing, cooperative individuals to help promote the programs. 3. Emphasize family planning programs in the community. WO Strategies: 1. Involve the youth since the youth are not being included 2. Partner with NGOs which provide livelihood programs 3. Tap new sources of funding to increase financial stability (Online donations/solicitations) 4. Improve employee morale Threats (T)ST StrategiesWT Strategies

24 Strengths (S)Weaknesses (W) Opportunities (O)SO StrategiesWO Strategies Threats (T) 1. Poverty in the community (Lack of budget to participate in programs and health care/access to basic needs) 2. Health Hazards in the community (pollution/calamities/flooding/diseases etc) 3. Poor quality and accessibility of important facilities (Health facilities) 4. Lack of education/information/misconception (literacy/health seeking behavior/available services) 5. Rampant substance abuse in the community 6. Personal and cultural beliefs 7. Lack of government support and misconduct ST Strategies: 1.Provide cost effective programs the community can follow/afford. 2.Help create livelihood programs for the community to help sustain the community 3. Create programs targeting the health needs of the community regarding illnesses/drugs/health seeking behavior etc). 4. Improve information dissemination and stress importance of education (literacy, academic and health) WT Strategies: 1. Increase publicity to improve employee morale, organizational image and increase government support

25 Major Strategies Identified  Increasing the coverage of services  Improving employee morale  Increasing visibility and networking  Finding additional sources of funding

26 Evaluation of Strategies StrategyAcceptabilitySustainabilityFeasibility Increasing the coverage of services - the organization is open to expansion - the community is also fairly receptive to the programs of EnFance. The members of the community may also highly welcome any new programs. - may be sustainable if the organization’s manpower can adequately handle the expansion - the community may engage at the start but there is still the possibility of the community losing interest - feasible given that it is sustained - feasibility also dependent on resources (materials for the programs, funding, etc.) Improving employee morale - may be highly acceptable as this can further improve work output - may be sustainable as long as the organization is open to it and there is adequate funding for it - feasibility also dependent on funding and availability of programs that improve morale (ex. training programs) Increasing visibility and networking - may be acceptable since the organization already has ties with some organizations - sustainability is highly dependent on funding -feasible as long as efforts to publicize are covered financially Finding additional sources of funding - could be acceptable as long as ties with current source of funding (InterAide) is preserved - could be sustainable as long as there is someone actively seeking out more sources of funding - sustainability is also highly dependent on the source of funding - feasible as long as there are existing sources of financial support who are willing to help out

27 Strategic / Project Plan Strategic thrusts and objectives by 2012 – Increase coverage and services Serve at least 300 families – Improving outcomes Strong support groups of individuals against violence, abuse, poverty, etc. – Boosting employee morale Reduce attrition rate to zero by the end of the year Increase employee satisfaction – Wide networking Establish at least 10 collaboration programs with other orgs Establish five partnerships w/ bigger NGOs – New sources of funding Get sponsorships Create a funding

28 Strategies Increasing the Coverage  Reassessing the Vision-Mission  Have a more concrete vision of what they want their organization to become in the future  Expand coverage of FDP  Inclusion of low-risk families  Include the youth in programs  Livelihood programs Improving Employee Morale  Increase training programs  Promote Rewards System and Recognition  Staff Awards

29 Strategies Increase Visibility and Networking  Partnering with other organizations  Referral system  Partner with academic institutions  Public Relations Officer  Internet Visibility  Website  Facebook Page Finding Additional Sources of Funding  Grant Proposals  Collaborate with  NGO funding organizations  Popular NGOs  Donations  Monthly pledges  Direct deposits  Partnerships w/ companies  Corporate Social Responsibility

30 YOUTH PROJECT

31 Over-all Objectives  To increase awareness about substance abuse and relevant reproductive health concepts among the youth  To empower the youth to make informed decisions that will prevent them from indulging in substance abuse and early, unsafe sexual practices  To decrease the prevalence of the members of this age group involved in substance abuse and unsafe sex  To provide opportunities to help them address their current problems related to substance abuse and reproductive health

32 Specific Objectives  Develop a module that will prevent early pregnancy through early sex education of the youth aged 13 onwards  Develop a module that will prevent drug and alcohol addiction through proper education of the youth aged 13 onwards regarding the different vices and its effects

33 Youth Program  5-day program  Involves participants aged years old  A series of pulongs and a culminating youth day activity  Approach: Barkadahan system (focused group of friends)  Oras ng Pagtanggap for follow up

34 Monitoring System: Performance Measures and Targets Perfomance MeasureTarget AttendanceAt least 8 participants must consistently attend the sessions Ability of the participants to imbibe the teachings Produce at least 2 creative outputs about the topic Survey and follow-up the participants of the sex education program within a span of 3 years Less than 5% unwanted pregnancy rates among those who finiished the program Survey and follow-up the participants of the sex education program within a span of 3 years Less than 1% substance abuse rates among those who finished the program


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