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1 2010 First Quarter Report Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement

2 Outline Outcome 1: Strong local Movements and SD learning centers Outcome 2: Strong national influence on SD policy and action Outcome 3: Financial Sustainability

3 Outcome 1: Strong local movements and SD learning centers

4 Participation in the 2010 elections  “Enhancing Civil Society Participation in Electoral and other Political and Democratic Processes”, supported by EU-EIDHR: focus on IP sensitivity of automated elections in Ifugao, Nueva Vizcaya, Bataan, Camarines Sur, and North Cotabato

5 Participation in the 2010 elections Training on Election Automation & Voters’ Rights and Agenda Building Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya March 24, 2010

6 Participation in the 2010 elections Training on Voters’ Rights, Election Automation and Covenant Signing Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya March 24, 2010

7 Participation in the 2010 elections  National Voter Education Forum and Agenda Building Workshop for PRRM area personnel and partners February 19-20, 2010

8 Participation in the 2010 elections  Database of PRRM personnel, partners and allies running for elective positions  Participation and leadership in national electoral coalitions such as CER’s Bantay Eleksyon, Vote Peace, Pera at Pultika, and Halalang Marangal

9 Model building and learning centers for sustainable development  Climate change action/disaster risk reduction (CCA/DRR)

10 Model building and learning centers for sustainable development  Lesson from SNC: application of V&A assessment in PRRM areas of operations to establish baselines for local development planning and budgeting

11 Model building and learning centers for sustainable development Outputs of the SNC Project

12 Climate change action/ disaster risk reduction (CCA/DRR) Participation in Earth Day 2010, featuring the 10 MM (10 million actions on Climate Change together with the Earth Day Network Philippines)

13 Climate change action/ disaster risk reduction (CCA/DRR)

14 Participation in “Basura-Free Elections” campaign led by the Ecowaste Coalition Zero Waste 2010 Elections

15 Coastal resource management/ sustainable fisheries  Implementation of CB-CRM project supported by Japan P2 in Bataan and Cavite

16 Coastal resource management/ sustainable fisheries  Submission of CRM micro finance proposal by Camiguin branch to DISOP (Belgium), now awaiting DISOP’s response

17 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Followed up Phase 2 of Organic FIELDS Support Project (OFSP); PRRM participation in some areas, e.g., Albay and Mindoro

18 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Hands-on training on nature farming and solid waste management for Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm project in Angat, Bulacan

19 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Hands-on training on nature farming and solid waste management for Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm project in Angat, Bulacan

20 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Farm consultation in Isabela with refresher course training for new farm staff  Orientation on Climate Change and Agriculture for NIUGAN

21 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Orientation on upland agriculture and climate change for upland POs in Nueva Vizcaya

22 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming  Maintenance of rooftop garden at the PRRM National Office building

23 Sustainable agriculture/organic farming Rooftop garden at the PRRM National Office building

24 Upland forest/watershed management  Validation of 31 out of 35 candidates as station caretakers for vermi-compost production and 259 out of 359 farmer cooperators for the GLMi project in Nueva Vizcaya  Barangay meetings for the finalization and signing of procurement agreements for the GLMi project

25 Community Health  USAID-supported Health PRO Project in Albay  UNICEF-supported Awareness Raising on HIV/AIDS/STIs of Youth in Evacuation Centres in Muntinlupa, Marikina, Pasig, Taguig, and Quezon City: short-term (3-month) scheme to assist organized Peer Educators in areas struck by the 2009 typhoons

26 Outcome 2: Strong national influence on SD policy and action

27 Strong national influence on SD policy and action  PRRM participation in crafting the Philippine Strategy on Climate Change Adaptation ( ) and MDG+10 activities looking to engaging the crafting of MTPDP ( ) under a new regime

28 Strong national influence on SD policy and action  PRRM involvement in policy issues at national and global levels, in cooperation with coalitions  Preparatory activities to engage for a climate and disaster risk-resilient, MDG-focused MTPDP and local development planning and budgeting post May elections

29 Strong national influence on SD policy and action Philippines’ SNC to the UNFCCC: Closure activities of the V&A assessment: Team Project Evaluation, terminal reports, presentation of reports at Steering Committee meeting, technology transfer consultation, V&A database, V&A audio-visual presentation (AVP)

30 Technology Transfer Workshop

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32 Strong partnerships with national alliances, coalitions and networks  Partnerships with Social Watch, ABI, PNCC, CSO WG on CCD, PMCJ, DRRNetPhils, RWAN, Organic Agriculture Movement, FDC, CER, GCAP-Philippines, Halalang Marangal, NGO Forum on ADB, etc  Updated database of PRRM’s network and coalition involvements

33 Active and sustained participation in national and local discourse on SD: MTPDP and sectoral policies  Participation in drafting the bicameral version of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, the Social Watch Conference on Climate Change, Jubilee South- APMDD conference on Climate and Finance, and various fora and RTDs on climate change, the elections, and DRR

34 Outcome 3: Financial Sustainability

35 Financial Sustainability  Project development and funding  Trading and marketing of organic and other products of partner POs through RR Trade  Registration of RR Trade with the SEC  RR Café start up and opening to the public

36 Expansion of micro-finance operations  Consolidation of PRRM micro-finance programs: national PRRM alternative rural finance (ARF) program under the name PRRM Microfinance, Inc.

37 Expansion of micro-finance operations  Guidelines and business plans for engaging in social entrepreneurship as a tool for improving the lives of the poor

38 Corporate Affairs  Submission of requirements for affirmation of chapter accreditation for 2010: only 3 (Albay, Nueva Vizcaya, and Quezon City) out of 18 chapters have been able to submit all requirements  To be submitted to the Membership, Chapter and Board Development Committee (MCBDC) of the BOT for review and deliberation on April 28

39 Corporate Affairs  Submission of audited financial statements for 2009 to the BIR on April 15 and to the SEC on May 4  Renewal of membership with the Association of Foundations (AF)

40 Human Resources Recruitment and placement of project staff:  One (1) Master Trainer, one (1) Assistant Trainer, one (1) Finance Officer, and one (1) Bookkeeper for the Health PRO project  Five (5) Area Coordinators and one (1) Accountant for the EIDHR project

41 End of Report Thank you!


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