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1 Food Security and Agriculture- Philippines 22 May Manila

2 Agenda Introduction Presentation of WFP post distribution monitoring results Fisheries accomplishments-issues and concerns – The focus of discussion will be the remaining gaps taking into account Government accomplishment reports. SRP- revision of projects Final FSAC inputs for SRP AOB – FSAC structure – Schedule of meetings

3 Monitoring results from EMOP : Assistance to the people affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan

4 I.The report covers the period: December 2013 to February II.It contains the results to date from distribution and post-distribution monitoring of WFP activities: general food distribution, unconditional cash transfers and supplementary feeding programmes. III.WFP monitoring systems went to lengths to ensure that relief activities did not negatively impact market conditions.

5 Key findings 5

6 Cash transfers: Gradual, limited injections of cash was appropriate starting west in Region VI and moving east towards the more severely affected Region VIII to enable a staggered approach facilitating market recovery. Limited cash injections showed potential to jump-start retail supply capacity and household-level effective demand. 6

7 Key findings

8 93 percent of cash beneficiaries reported access to functioning markets. Over 96 percent of cash recipients indicated that there was sufficient availability of their preferred foods in those markets. 8

9 Key findings 9

10 10 Thank you

11 BFAR-AHON INITIATIVE Fisheries accomplishments

12 ERLA Plan-Fisheries 12 Region Affected HHs (fishing families) Estimated HHs in urgent need of livelihood assistance Estimated HHs who are fishing families targeted through the strategy Region IV-B4,178 3,300 Region VI13,74211,7429,500 Region VIII21,64413,64412,000 Total39,56429,546 24,800

13 Agenda

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16 SRP PROJECTS FTS

17 FSAC funding status Original requirements USD A Revised requirements USD B Funding* USD D Total resources available USD E=C+D Unmet requirements B-E % Covered E/B Uncommitted pledges F 100,113,302184,967,524121,033,116 63,934,40865%1,628,500 Are the Contributions reports accurate/updated? Are we still appealing for the unfunded activities? Do we need to de-earmark mark some activities? 16_38).pdf

18 DATA RECEIVED SO FAR SRP -Outputs

19 Output Indicator # of individuals receiving food assistance (through general food distribution) RegionProvinceReached (SRP) Reached (Non- SRP)Total Region IV-BPalawan 7,670 Region VI Aklan 134,890 Antique 90,107 Capiz 106,395 Iloilo 198,025 35,695233,720 Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu 21,920 75,92097,840 Region VIIIEastern Samar 588,798 96,660685,458 Leyte 1,905, ,8752,119,229 Biliran 25,955 1,57527,530 Samar (Western Samar) 139,85341,735181,588 Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total3,211, ,657,203

20 Output Indicator # of persons receiving continued food assistance RegionProvinceReached (SRP) Reached (Non-SRP)Total Region IV-BPalawan Region VI Aklan Antique Capiz Iloilo Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu Region VIIIEastern Samar Leyte Biliran Samar (Western Samar) ,860 Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total 19,860

21 Indicator # of persons reached with cash transfers RegionProvinceReached (SRP) Reached (Non-SRP)Total Region IV-BPalawan Region VI Aklan 57,513 Antique 2,635 Capiz 77,333 Iloilo 60,64610,20070,846 Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu 48,16019, Region VIIIEastern Samar 132, ,392 Leyte 301,87124,705326,576 Biliran Samar (Western Samar) 12,8055,63018,435 Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total693,29965,390758,689

22 Output Indicator # of affected farmers receiving agricultural inputs RegionProvinceReached (SRP)Reached (Non-SRP)Total Region IV-B ORIENTAL MINDORO 1,133 Palawan 1,178 Region VI Aklan 1,005 Antique 480 Capiz 3,444 Iloilo 2,699 Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu Region VIIIEastern Samar 183 Leyte 24, ,844 Biliran 1,864 Samar (Western Samar) 3, ,533 Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total 41, ,230

23 Output Indicator # of affected farmers with key agricultural assets RegionProvince Reached (SRP)Reached (Non-SRP)Total Region IV-B ORIENTAL MINDORO Palawan Region VI Aklan Antique Capiz Iloilo Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu Region VIIIEastern Samar Leyte 1,652 Biliran Samar (Western Samar) 309 Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total 1,652309

24 Output Indicator # of fisherfolk with boats repaired and built RegionReached (SRP)Reached (Non-SRP) Region IV-B 272 Region VI462 2,049 Region VII 1,964 Region VIII 10,484 Region V Region X Total462 14,769

25 Indicator # of women trained in food preservation OR fish processing OR seaweed farming RegionProvince Reached (SRP) Reached (Non- SRP)Total Region IV-B ORIENTAL MINDORO Palawan Region VI Aklan Antique Capiz Iloilo Negros Occidentales Region VIICebu Region VIIIEastern Samar Leyte 1,192 Biliran Samar (Western Samar) Southern Leyte Region VMasbate Region XDingat Islands Total 1,192

26 FSAC structure Schedule of meetings AOB

27 Updates New coordinator to Roxas Tacloban and Roxas- 3 meetings per month – CTWG x1 – FTWG x1 – FSAC general meeting x1 Manila- one meeting per month


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