4 Sanfran “Purok” System? This is a community-driven, bottoms-up approach type of governance that sees the importance of every families in achieving sustainable development without sacrificing the environment and the next generation
5 Successful LGU programs integrated in Purok Level
6 The SANFRAN SYSTEM: A Unique Innovation A Sanfran “Purok” System is a micro structure of the barangay unit bringing effective governance at the sub-village level, a one-of-a kind innovation seen only in San FranciscoThe Purok System showcases its Capital Build Up (CBU) program that empowers communities at the purok level by allowing local initiatives to flourish.The Bayanihan (community cooperation) is the backbone of the purok system
7 COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THRU SANFRAN “PUROK” SYSTEM Vehicle for sustainable development for municipality of San Francisco. The system that empower the community and promotes self-determination, sense of ownership and responsibility for all members to participate in local governance.
8 OUR STEPS IN EMPOWERING THE PUROKS (group of families) ESTABLISHED A COMMUNITY CATALYST OR THE PUROK COORDINATORS (served as the bridge from community to lgu level)CONTINUOUS EDUCATION PRACTICESENCOURAGES BAYANIHAN SPIRITACTIVITIES/Projects/ProgramsLEGALIZE ACTIVITIES THROUGH RESOLUTION & ORDINANCESREGULAR MONITORING AND FEEDBACKINGEVALUATION & CONTESTAWARDS & RECOGNITION
9 Four Time Grand Champion of Our Expanded Green Wholesome Environment that Nurtures (EGWEN) Program A yearly province-wide search for good governance and wholesome environment
10 Empowered communities …influence municipal employees to become more responsive public servant and through this LGU awarded by the DILG Regional level “Seal of Good HouseKeeping”
11 Natural Resource Management & Protection: FOOD & EDUCATION FOR WORK FOR GREENIN SANFRAN A program that encourage community participation through “Sanfran Purok System” for greenin Sanfran and this include food for work, employment and scholarship for the student of vulnerable families. This initiative will leads to water and security for the next generation.
12 Five R’s for Zero Waste Management: Segregation at Source through Purok System approach Re-use, Reduce, Recycle, Refuse and Revolutionize community in managing their own waste.
13 Two Million Trees for Greenin Philippines “The Purok System Approach” Run to Plant , 526 plantedRun to Plant ,747 planted with 12,242 mobilized volunteers
14 for Local Community & Environmental Management Garbo sa Sugbofor Local Community & Environmental ManagementLast August 5, 2011
15 Child & Youth Centered Climate Disaster Management: Engaging Children, in-school & out of school youth in Purok to actively participate in decision making in government related to CDRRM & town’s development
16 Children’s Charter for Disaster Risk Reduction (launch in Global Platform at Geneva , Switzerland) “Schools must be safe and education must not be interrupted “ Andre Brylle Soon and Tricia Plenos said (youth from San Francisco, Cebu, Philippines)
18 “Produkto Ko, Kita Ko” Livelihood Program for the vulnerable group Enhance the capacity of vulnerable group by increasing their income by using and maximizing natural resources in the islands. This is maximizing local talent and local resource for the less previlege person such as Person with Dis—Ability (PWD), less income family and out of school youth..
19 Capital Build-Up The Top 9 Puroks having P100,000.00 above CBUs The Capital Build-Up Management or Financial Management is very important because if there are money involved or financial is not properly accounted it may the start of conflict and chaos of the organization.The Top 9 Puroks having P100, above CBUsCapital Build-Up
20 Municipality of San Francisco from 4th to 3rd Class Municipality Local Tourist thru Educational Tours coming from different organizations (government, private , schools& NGO’s)Increases income in the LGU by paying environmental fees, increase sales of commodities in the store
21 Community_Based DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (Using SANFRAN “ Purok ” SYSTEM approach. A bottoms-up approach for disaster reduction)
22 Knowledge Management: Education for Grassroots Level or Vulnerable Group through DRR & CCA Advocators that will educate purok members
23 Vulnerability Assessment Program down to the Purok Level NO.PANGALAN sa Pangulo sa PamilyaTrabahoADDRESSPila kabook nagpuyo sa BalayPila kabook nga sakop nga bata edad 0-12KLASE SA BALAY (Light Materials-(LM);Concrete-C;Combination Light & Concrete-(LC) )Pila kabook SAKOP SA PAMILYA NGA ADUNA DEPERENSYA/PWDPila kabook ang SENIOR CITIZENPangalan sa Presidente sa PurokPangalan sa PurokContact NUMBER1MATEO ESTRERAFISHERMANPUERTOBELLO3NONELM_________________ALICE ESTRERA2LUZ NUDALOVENDOR___________________DINO ORTEGADRIVER4____________________JOLITA CARENELLAJANITOR5LOU APAT6RAUL GONZAGACONSTRUCTION WORKER7FREDO TAMPUS8PACETA DELCOROSCRAPPER9JOVEL DELCORO10CARLITA GORGONIOFARMER11ABRAM TAMPUS12NAOMI TAMPUSALICE ETRERA13LINDA TAMPUSMETRO AID14GESELLE CABUSASHOUSEWIFEEvery Houses & Family are counted (young, old, person with dis-ability & children thru Household Vulnerability Data Form)
26 Localize Millennium Development Goals &Hyogo Framework for Action
27 for Making Cities Resilient Campaign Role Modelfor Making Cities ResilientUnited NationsInternational Strategy for Disaster ReductionMay 8, 2011
28 Sasakawa Award for Disaster Reduction Geneva, Switzerland May 11, 2011 United NationsInternational Strategy for Disaster Reduction
29 Asia Pacific Region Campaign Champion APPOINTED ASUnited NationsInternational Strategy for Disaster ReductionAsia Pacific Region Campaign ChampionJanuary 13, 2011for Making Cities Resilient
30 UNISDR 25 Role Model Cities Lunch Meeting GP 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland
31 Community_based Health Management System Health services reached to the purok level ensuring that every families are healthy and aware of the different disease brought by extreme weather conditions.
32 Hallfamer PABASA SA NUTRISYON by thePhilippine Association of Nutrition
33 What are the major Challenges Economic Survival versus Purok ActivitiesPolitical Leaders PrioritizationSocial Transformation “Paradigm shift”Regular Financial Support “Budget “ to enhance livelihood project
34 Opportunities Organized Group can easily access support Easy delivery of basic services of the governmentPeople’s participation & community empowerment are feasible to achieveCommunity Problems can be address
35 Sustainability of the System Continuous conduct of Informal Education for Vulnerable Group through Purok Coordinators (Local community Organizers and Disaster Risk Reduction Advocators (Group of Retired Teachers serving as the educators/instructors for the purok “Subvillage” household members)
42 Urbanization offers significant opportunities to reduce poverty and gender inequality, as well as to promote sustainable development.On the other hand, if cities persist in the uncontrolled expansion of urban perimeters,indiscriminate use of resources and unfettered consumption,without regard to ecological damage,the environmental problems associated with cities will continue to worsen.(UNFPA)
43 Budget Plans Programs Poverty eradication Integrate it into Policies DRR & Building the culture of Resiliency needs to be addressed with urgency in the context sustainable development..Poverty eradicationIntegrate it into PoliciesPlansProgramsBudget
44 Sustainable Development How to attain?Sustainable Developmentcan be best ensured by the participation of allStakeholders in decision-making,Implementation, monitoringand strengthening the capacities ofCommunities and Local Executives
45 All of these are centered on continuous EDUCATION." "We must organize the community and accentuate dissemination of essential information.DRR-CCA leads to sustainable development.All of these are centered on continuousEDUCATION."~ al arquillano ~
46 In collective community Action through “Purok” System Sanfran achieves…