Once was a wartorn area, now turn to a more progressive and peaceful community with an unexpected rise in the economy , number 1 in the region with more than 1000% in local revenue collection efficiency . A municipality administered by an effective leadership, transparent and good governance prioritizing quality education on its agenda of development. An administration who credited literacy program in all its forms and entirety for the overwhelming success not only in the field of Peace and Development, but exceeding its expectations to become an international awardee for Global Peace Prize at Bogota, Colombia last October 2016 , and presently an International Nominee for 2018 Future Policy Award at Geneva, Switzerland sponsored by United Nations owing its laurels in the efficacy of Literacy Program for the indigenous community, our Muslim rebel returnees , the poorest among the poor – radiating hope and creating a culture of Peace and dismantling the culture of violence in the area.
Believing that the Municipality of Kauswagan has made Literacy as one of the top Agenda for governance, whose officials have the passion to help the dislocated youths , improve more effectively and efficiently the Literacy of its people to promote inclusive growth, develop the quality of life among its constituents, and sustained peace and development in the area……
Kauswagan is now the most challenging and promising municipality in the Province of Lanao del Norte and perhaps in the Philippines because of its dramatic and its unique transformations from a war torn area with almost 80% poverty incidence to a municipality with Sustainable Peace and Development and able to pipeline its economy , curving down poverty incidence to 41.2% (PSA SURVEY 2013) . This once war torn area turned into a municipality of Beauty, Bounty and Power today with an empowered and united citizenry.
In the early 70’s, the municipality experience a painful past when our Maranaos and Christians settlers dis-integrated because of the presence of fanatic groups of both tribes that killed several lives, destroyed and burned house and properties of both Maranaos and Christian settlers. These darker days were again experienced in the year 2000 when the MILF troops occupied Poblacion area and some portion of Barangay Kawit that brought almost 300 persons, male and female, children and adult held hostage for several hours in the Municipal Hall by members of MILF but rescued by Philippine Marine troops that lead to an enormous encounters that wiped out almost all MILF camps of Mindanao after the declaration of all out war against all terrorists by then President Joseph E. Estrada in the grounds of Kauswagan Central Elementary Schools of Poblacion Kauswagan,Lanao del Norte last April, 2000. When the municipality tried to rise from the ashes of war, again another tragic and painful event happened when some members of the MILF attacked the helpless civilians in the coastal areas of Tacub and Libertad that causes several lives and burning even looting homes in the coastal barangays. Mass evacuations and the deterioration of peace and order, distrust, biases continued to rise.
The most affected sector in those uncertainties of war and conflicts is the delivery of basic services, and education is the primary hostage. Illiteracy rate goes up rapidly because of mass evacuations that affects the education system. During the 70’s and 2000, where mass evacuation is experienced, 100% of the education system in the municipality was interrupted. When classes resumed, more than one half of the school children in all levels missed to return back to school. This contributed to the rise in the poverty incidence and the rise in the illiteracy rate of Kauswagan.
When this administration sworn to office in the year 2010, the Arnado administration is quick in analyzing the roots of conflicts and concreted a blue print to sustainable development through people’s participation and convergence strategy . This administration believes primarily that education is the right tool to create a new shift of paradigm in the peace and development perspective of the municipality. Thus, in the first few months of the administration, Arnado administration did not waste time in showing to the people that they are part of the aspirations, visions and hopes to bridge the gaps, collapsing the walls that divides among our Maranaos and Christians settlers.
Peacepaths workshops had been initialized in the 13 barangays mobilizing the municipal officials and employees, civil society organizations, religious sector and NGOs participating in conducting participatory workshops in the barangays where the barangay constituents themselves identified the root causes of conflicts, identification of needs, and proposing priority projects in the barangay levels. In that workshop a new agenda for peace and Development had been conceptualized and that gave birth to SIKAD –PA – The SUSTAINABLE AND INTEGRATED KAUSWAGAN AREA DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE AGENDA, It has 17 project and programs components and education is one of the priority components identified on the agenda. After crafting such agenda, the Local Chief Executive call for a PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FORUM FOR PEACE, JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT. Thus on April 23, 2011, a Manifesto of support and commitments had been signed by the different agencies of the government including the private sectors and the NGOs, POs in Region 10. In the first year of SIKAD PA implementations, some agencies of the government poured out their resources for Kauswagan. Assisi Development Foundation, Inc have given a grant of Five Million Pesos ( P 5,000,000,.00 ) for livelihood and Education Program, AGAPP Foundation of the Aquino family committed a one building for the kindergarten. JICA poured out its dollars for the rehabilitation of the Sultan Dimasangkay Mananggolo Elementary School of Delabayan. Jollibee Foundation, Inc and World Food committed for the Feeding Program for the school children . Assisi Development Foundation, Inc. rehabilitated the old abandoned Tertiary level school at Bagumbayan and transformed it into an Agri-Tech Voc school, the Dona Laureana School for Practical Agriculture, a school that is pro active in the literacy program for Agriculture and Fisheries and the short courses on TechVoc in cooperation with TESDA and DEP ED on its ALS Program.
Joining all together the program of education as molded in the SIKAD PA Program, the municipality was able to conceptualized a LITERACY PROGRAM FOR THE MUNICIPALITY, dubbed as OPLAN-KALILINTAD . KALILINTAD is a Maranao language which means PEACE, and it is an acronym to the literacy program as “ KAUSWAGAN LITERACY FOR INCLUSIVE AND TOTAL AREA DEVELOPMENT” This program aims to literate the illiterates especially the out of school youths and adults who are seeking for jobs to earn a living for their families.
During the first year of its implementation with the DEP ED supporting using their respective SEF planned by the expanded School Board in the area,with the local funds derived from the Municipal Development Fund, GAD Funds, and funds from Private Partners and other agencies of the government , we noticed a 100% reception and participation of all sectors in the barangay level. With the other NGOs,Public and Private sectors in convergence, we were able to capacitate and provide literacy program of LGU geared towards sustainable organic Agriculture and Fisheries.
On the first year of implementation , year 2011 and even sustained in the years 2012 until 2018 , WE WERE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING :
- Construction and rehabilitation of Sultan Dimasangkay Mananggolo Elementary School with a grant from Japan Embassy for j-Bird Progam. We were able to increase enrolment in the area and accommodated several hundreds of children from other Muslim communities in that school;
- Rehabilitated an old abandoned school donated by the Rosales family into an Agri-Tech Voc School, the Dona Laureana Rosales School for Practical Agriculture where Muslims and Christians were capacitated thus eliminating illiteracy in the area in terms of sustainable Organic Agriculture and Fisheries, and other short courses on community based skills training program with the Alternative Learning Systems of the DEP ED;
- Established an Alternative Learning System in the area in cooperation with the DEP ED, other private funding institutions, and government agencies and LGU and were able to graduate several hundreds of welders, pipefitters, food handlers, carpenters, masons, food producers, and several other community based courses. TESDA was able to do their part in the literacy program in the NCII level of learning. In this convergence program, the municipality was able to championed in the literacy frameworks thus several graduates landed good jobs both local and abroad.
- Barangays also do their part in the learnings and literacy program by being partners in the DEP ED in the literacy program for the young in the day care program and adult education. Parents had been organized into a learning team while doing feeding program under the BLT of Jollibee Foundation and the World Food program, parents to their part in educating some parents in the fundamentals of reading and writing and arithmetic and sciences while helping in the feeding program in school. This is a generous and laudable gesture of commitments in the barangay level to educate the illiterate in the area.
- In doing this LITERACY PROGRAM with convergence efforts among all sectors and the government with the private sectors, the municipality was able to come up with the following outcomes:
- Decline in the poverty incidence from 79.8% of 2009 to 41.2% of 2013 (PSA );
- Decrease in the illiteracy rate and increasing literacy rate to 99.8%;
- Increase in the job placements both local and abroad;
- Build up a strong and dynamic community where Muslims and Christians now are working as one;
- Kauswagan becomes a model municipality in the Region as well as the National level in Sustainable Organic Agriculture being an awardee as the
National Organic Farming Achievers Awardee of 2014 because of its effective Literacy Program for the MILF Rebel Returnees ;
- Kauswagan presently is one of the tree municipalities out of the 21 municipalities of Lanao del Norte who passed the Seal of Local Governance in the Region 10 for 2015, SGLG passer for 2016 and 2017;
- Consistent child friendly Municipality of the Philippines for year 2016, 2017 and 2018;
- Kauswagan is the Outstanding recipient of the 4Ps Program whole Philippines;
- Kauswagan was able to initiate the opening of the secondary school in the Muslim community in Delabayan, Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte and presently in the year 2016 the opening of Secondary School of Fisheries in partnership with MSU-Naawan with support funds from SEF;
- Kauswagan is the recipient of the AGAPP’s kindergarten school building;
- Kauswagan was a Regional Winner and National nominee for 2015 TESDA’s KABALIKAT Award;
- Kauswagan is the 2014 First Runner Up in the National Literacy Award, 2016 First Runner Up again for National Literacy Award;
- Kauswagan is the International Awardee for UCLG Global Peaceprize at Bogota Colombia last October, 2016 , and presently the 2018 nominee for Future Policy Award of the United Nations at Geneva, Switzerland ;
- Kauswagan was able to produce brilliant and quality champions in Quiz Bees and Competitions involving educational level competitions, both provincial, regional and national level;
- Kauswagan is now one of the most TRANSFORMED, WELL DEVELOPED , AND PEACEFUL Municipality in Mindanao today;
transformations materialized because of the strong cooperation of all the
people in the community with the strong support and cooperation of all
government agencies, public and private sectors, NGOs and POs , elders of the
churches and other concerned individuals and groups working hand in hand to
rise from the ashes of war into a municipality of Beauty, Bounty and Power. The
strong leadership of the Arnado administrations and the guidance of the
Almighty God made all things possible. God bless and Mabuhay !
When we won first Runner-up in 2014 National Literacy Awards, we promised to ourselves with the rest of the stakeholders to speedily gear our momentum to sustain Literacy Programs and Activities. We even speed up and do serious steps not only to sustain but to create a more comprehensive and effective Literacy Program under the spirit of convergence and community based participation and committed not only to be on the top in improving quality of education but to develop a mechanism and system that would promote literacy as a vehicle in attaining enduring peace , inclusive growth and total development in the area.
As a product of the Education/ Literacy Summit we undertook in the last quarter of 2014 attended by all school administrators, NGOs, Civil Society Organizations, Parents-Teachers and Community Associations with Government Agencies, Private Partners and CSOs, we come up with the wholistic approach in Literacy Program. The Summit gave birth to “ OPLAN – KALILINTAD “ Kalilintad is a Maranaw term which means “ peace” and oplan is a strategy and a mandate. KALILINTAD is also an acronym for Kauswagan Literacy Program which means “ KAUSWAGAN LITERACY LINKS FOR INCLUSIVE AND TOTAL AREA DEVELOPMENT”
Through an Executive Order No. 003 series of 2014, OPLAN KALILINTAD carries its mandate under the spirit of the LITERACY SUMMIT made for that purpose, it is a comprehensive task to promote effective literacies in the areas a vehicle for Peace and Development in the area. It addresses both 1. Basic Literacy program as mandated under a DEP-Ed formal Education, and 2. FUNCTIONAL Literacies that caters inclusive growth in terms of occupational training program , food production, capacity building in the community level where community has direct participation.
In the Basic Literacy program, the Local Government Unit will see to it that the DEP ED Mandate shall be made functional, including the proper and efficient implementation of the K-12 Program. In cooperation with the Alcantara Foundation , Synergia, Jollibee Foundation, Inc. and Pabasa Program of Jessie Robredo , a Summer Reading and learning Program had been undertaken with the participation of all sector in the community, the LGU, CSOs, Govt. Agencies, Philippine National Police and Philippine Army, Dep Ed, Private Partners and the community themselves working in convergence strategies. Digital literacy also is part of the agenda of OPLAN-KALILINTAD. The Local Government Unit through the Special Education Fund, the 20% MDF and donations from private partners were able to donate computers to the different school to help educate school children in worldwide trend on websites browsing and internet. Including reading which uses Computer during Summer classes. The initiative of the Local Government Unit through its Municipal Literacy Coordinating Council has showed its legacy for efficient and effective delivery of Basic Education and Literacy as shown by result of the 2015 NAT Result where Tugar, one of the remotest and conflict affected area got the highest NAT average of 93.65 %. Not only that, during the CBMS Survey 0f 2014, literacy rate of Kauswagan increased to 99.8%, the highest in the region perhaps.
More interesting the achievements of Kauswagan in the FUNCTIONAL LITERACY PROGRAM. With the convergence strategies and cooperation of all stakeholders, functional literacy becomes a legacy in the attainment of peace and Order and development of the municipality. Here are the following highlights in the Functional Literacy Program as recorded under the OPLAN-KALILINTAD Literacy Program :
- FROM ARMS TO FARMS PROGRAM:
It is on this program where MILF Rebel Returnees find its place in an active community where peace and development and good governance is a given top priority. The Literacy Program for the Rebel returnees turn “Bullet” s into “Seeds” and “ Firearms” into “ Plow “. There are about a dozens of Rebel returnees who embraced the Program. Even without any formal education , these rebel returnees after their surrender were capacitated to become a productive Organic Farmers in the area. Een their sons and daughters and some comrades in the MILF were given scholarship program for Food Production capacitation , including exposure to successful organic farming areas, and thought how to utilize their lands in a natural organic way. After their Agriculture Literacy Program and exposures, these rebel returnees become mentors in their respective areas and become experts in Organic Farming. This lead to the formation of a battery of trainors in the area. This time Agriculture Technologists in the LGUs Municipal Agriculture Office becomes the observer of how these rebel returnees taught their community folks during the Farmers Field Schools in this area. The result is overwhelming and worthy of recognition. The Literacy Program in the Arms to Farms becomes a legacy in the fulfilment of the long dreamed unity and cooperation among Muslims and Christians in the area. Culture of Peace developed, Culture of violence eradicated, violence and biases declined to a tremendous level. In short there were no more killings, ambushes and zero displacements already experience in the are and Zero criminalities recorded as of 2016, 2017, 2018 because of this program. It even radiates to other municipalities of Munai, Matungao, Bacolod and Kolambugan, all municipalities in the province of Lanao del Norte. Above all, food production increased both upland, inland and fishing grounds. Poverty incidence curved down from 79.8% of 2009 to 47.5% as of 2014, an achievement we can be proud of because of the program. Rebel Returnees were able to send their school children to decent school and achieved diplomas and finished courses and landed a job. In short the once MILF Rebels and their families are now happy mingling with other members of the community also with the military where once they fought face to face during their Rebel lives. This ARMS TO FARMS PROGRAM in all its Literacy components and advocacy won kauswagan as Over-all Winner of the 2014 National Gawad Galing Pook Awards, sponsored by Galing Pook Foundation, Philippines . This Arms to Farms Program won the 2016 GLOBAL PEACEPRIZE at Bogota Colombia sponsored by VNG International and United Cities and Local Government of the World. Presently, in 2018 Kauswagan also is the International Nominee for the Future Policy award at Geneva Switzerland because of the Arms to farms Program and likewise an International Nominee for Agroecology for 2018 sponsored by United Nations.
- OCCUPATIONAL LITERACY PROGRAM THROUGH ALS
The Alternative Learning System of the DEP-ED was supported by the Local Government Unit of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte by providing Funds from our SEF , 20% MD and the GAD Funds for its equipments, operating expenses and capital outlays. Even moral and community leadership support by involving barangay council in the recruitment of enrolees for skills training to be conducted by ALS. As a result, a total of
For ALS , DA, PESO/CTEC. DSWD and MHO Occupational Literacy Program 2016 has 1,376 for 2016, 3,800 for 2017 and 4,882 enrolles for 2018, a total of 10,058 enrolles combined for occupational literacy program and services . Some of them were recommended for employment in the newly established power plant in the area, some were employed abroad, others in local employment and some are preparing for employment locally and abroad.
Because of the ALS Program, Kauswagan won the 2016 Kabalikat Award Regional Topnotcher and a nominee to the National Kabalikat Award 2015.
- LGU BASED SKILLS TRAINING WITH PRIVATE AND LOCAL PARTNERS THROUGH PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE ( PESO ) AND COMMUNITY TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE ( CTEO)
In cooperation with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, TESDA , the GN POWER KAUSWAGAN CO, LTD, Kauswagan were able to train 125 individuals in the following training skills : Masonry NC1 , Carpentry NCII , Electrical Installation and maintenance NCII , Pipe-Fitting NCII and Shielded Metal Arc Welding NCII. This is a joint efforts of the LGU Kauswagan and GN Power Plant, our private partner. GN Power Plant through a memorandum of Agreement finance the project by providing equipment facilities and materials for the different skills course and provided funds for the trainors and other expenses necessary to sustain the project. As a result, these graduates are now working in the GN Power Plant and some projects of the government and some are employed in private firms and abroad. This literacy component also contributed to the 2015 KABALIKAT AWARD of Kauswagan,Lanao del Norte in the National Level Nomination and Regional Champion for Region 10 for 2015. The following are the achievements of PESO/CTEC Office for the year 2016-2018 in skills Training :
- LGU LITERACY PROGRAM ON SOCIAL SERVICES
Education for the masa under the Literacy components of the PNP in the maintenance of Peace and Order plays a vital Role in inclusive growth and Total Area Development of the municipality. The PNP were able to capacitate the community folks on the following components: Anti Drug Abuse Campaign , Criminal Information Campaign, Anti Robbery, anti criminality components. The PNP go down to the barangay level and capacitated the community in peace and order. The DSWD also do their best in literacy program such as skills training with funding components from DSWD, literacy on the Rights of Women and Children under the VOWC Program, in fact a women and children disk in the PNP and DSWD is established to capacitate and catered complaints. The livelihood program sustainability owes its impacts on the literacy program of DSWD in cooperation with the planning Office and Municipal Agriculture Office on basic Business management and Entrepreneurial training skills. MSWD has trained 78 young applicants in the TESDA skills of SWAW NC2 and Electrical Installation funded by the DSWD Region 10 Sustainable Livelihood Program Funds . Municipal Health Office also have done their health , sanitation and Environment literacy under the OPLAN-KALILINTAD scheme. By establishing and sustaining the BAWASA- Barangay Water and Sanitation Associations and capacitating them on the maintenance and sanitation of water system, BAWASA sustained its operation and help wipe out water borne related diseases. Establishment of Comfort Room is unique in Kauswagan hence constituents were organized as Community Toilet Association and capacitated under the Cost Recovery Scheme. Cost recovery scheme process is that the organization is given P 1,000.00 construction materials for each family or household. The 1000 cost of construction materials will be paid by the family concern to the Association for ten (10) months. The saved funds from payments each hhs member will be again used for the procurement of another 1000.00 cost of toilet construction materials and will be distributed to families without toilet. The Association is using Bayanihan system in constructing individual household toilets thus this literacy strategy is considered unique and helped sustained the association s well as good sanitation in the area.
- As a result, OPLAN KALILINTAD of Kauswagan , Lanao del Norte has the following gains from 2014 to 2016 as follows: Increased in Literacy rate to 99.8%; Decrease in poverty incidence from 79.8 % of 2009 to 41.2% % of 2013; Increase in enrolment and school participation rate to 133.62% ; Increase in employment to 90 % from 70%; Relative Peace and Order in the area ; Zero incidence of crime; Increased farm and fishery Production ; Increase in Local and foreign tourists visits in literacy related nurseries and program; Increase number of rebels to surrender and work in the program under OPLAN-KALILINTAD; Kauswagan gathered several National Awards such as the 2014 National Gawad Galing Pook Award , 2015 National Organic Farming Achievers Award , 2015 Regional Champion and national nominee to Kabalikat Awards of TESDA; PESO Regional Achievers Award ; 2016 UCLG Global Peaceprize to Bogota Colombia International Peace Award; andpresentlty the 2018 Nominee to the International Future Policy Award and International Agroecology Award sponsored by United Nations. With this achievements, the Municipality of Kauswagan in close coordination with the Municipal Literacy Coordinating Council, regional Literacy Coordinating Council, National Literacy Coordinating Council, the Department of Education, the National Lien Agencies, Private Partners and NGOs, POs and community partners, hope to sustain the project and even improve more the Literacy Program of Kauswagan as institutionalized in the Local Government Unit of Kauswagan. We do the best that we could, and God will take the rest for in Him we owe Mercy and compassion for our people in the exigency of public service.
GOD ALWAYS LEAD US THE CORRECT PATHWAYS FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT WITH LITERACY PROGRAM EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY IMPLEMENTED AND SUSTAINED.
HON. ROMMEL C. ARNADO
Chairman, Municipal Literacy Council-Kauswagan
LITERACY COORDINATING COUNCIL
2018 NATIONAL LITERACY AWARDS
OUTSTANDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT CATEGORY
Name of Municipality : Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte_________________________________
Type of Municipality ( income class ) 5th class__________________________________________
Name of Municipality’s Mayor : Hon. Rommel C. Arnado__________________________________
Number of Barangays : 13 Population ( as of last Census ) : 26,278
Number of literates _89____________ Number of illiterates made literates : 195
Number of literates enrolled in training programs : 12,254
Percentage of population ( 10 years and over) considered literate as of the last census _ 99.8%
ALS DA PESO/CTEC DSWD MHO TOTALS
2016 – 601 235 125 75 340 – 1,376
2017 – 680 261 75 534 2,250 – 3,800
2018 – 714 110 35 286 3,737 – 4,882
TOTAL 1995 606 235 1331 6327 – 10.058
Describe major educational activities in the municipality and socio-economic profile of the people:
The municipality of Kauswagan is a fifth (5th ) class municipality of the province of Lanao del Norte. Its main occupation is Farming and Fishing, with labor sector as its emerging occupation due to the establishment of a 450 MW Power plant in the area and the emerging industries that helped pipelined the economy of the area. From 2014 to 2016 poverty incidence decreased from 79.8 % of 2009 to 41.2% for the year 2013 during the actual poverty indicator survey of an NGO, Private partner of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte, the Assisi Development Foundation, Inc. Due to a sustained peace and order, the relationship between Muslims and Christians improved with basic services delivered even in the remotest area and conflict affected area.
Education and literacy plays a vital role in the sustainability of Peace and Order and economic prosperity, hence literacy is the basic component and pillar for development. The following are major educational activities in the municipality where the LGU of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte supported overwhelmingly in coordination with the DEP ED and other partners under the spirit of convergence which helps improved the quality of life among our people.
Kauswagan, is a fifth class municipality located at the coastal area of Lanao del Norte , 21 kilometers away from Iligan City . A municipality rose from the ashes of war of 2000 when then President Joseph Estrada declared all out war against the MILF in Kauswagan, on April 2000, and the massacre of innocent civilians, looting and burning of houses by the MILF in the year 2008 at the coastal areas of Libertad and Tacub, Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte. Presently ,Kauswagan is the leading municipality in Mindanao in terms of Peace and Economic development under the leadership of Mayor Rommel C. Arnado, shooting local collection efficiency rate up to 1000 % the first in Region 10.
On the Social Service program , Education had been given much importance by the present administration hence Education has the primary role in rebuilding the once was a war-torn area into a most progressive and peaceful municipality in Mindanao today, thus Education helped pipelined the growth of economy, building trust and confidence and strong relationship between the Muslims and Christian, and likewise help in the decline of poverty incidence in the area hence education program becomes a tool to achieve a healthy economy in the area. We focused education program by launching in the year 2013 the noble Education directions of Kauswagan called- OPLAN – KALILINTAD.
Education and literacy plays a vital role in the sustainability of Peace and Order and economic prosperity, hence literacy is the basic component and pillar for development. The following are major educational activities in the municipality where the LGU of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte supported overwhelmingly in coordination with the DEP ED, other Government Agencies , Non Government Organizations, Foundations, and Civil Society Organization with religious group participating under the spirit of convergence which helps improved the quality of life among our people.
We call this education program “ OPLAN-KALILINTAD”. OPLAN is a mandate, a mission and responsibility of the LGU and local partners and KALILINTAD– A Maranao term for which means peace is an acronym of the LGU Education Program as “ KAUSWAGAN LITERACY LINKS for INCLUSIVE and TOTAL AREA DEVELOPMENT “ This Education program links the following :
- Education and Literacy Program for the Rebel Returnees under the ARMS TO FARMS PROGRAM
This involves the capacitation and training of MILF Rebel Returnees Commanders and its members in Organic Agriculture and other livelihood opportunities, This literacy program involves training and exposure of Rebel Returnees commanders in Organic Agriculture and its concept embrace the principle of TURNING BULLETS INTO SEEDS, and TURNING FIREARMS into PLOW. This education program of the LGU helps sustain peace and order, improve quality of lives among rebel returnees and help build bridges of a broken relationships between Christians and Muslims who are victims of long decade conflicts and the painful experience of a conflict affected Kauswagan. Even the illiterate Rebel Returnees and their families made literate with this program and now become an effective trainors and facilitators in their respective barangays. Able to improve their lives much better and able to send their school children to school. The Program won Kauswagan the 2014 GAWAD GALING POOK AWARDEE OF THE PHILIPPINES. In the year 2016 , Kauswagan won the United Cities and Local Government Worldwide at Bogota, Colombia of the same Literacy Program “ From Arms to Farms “, a literacy Program for the rebel returnees, even illiterate combatants of the MILF to be literate in the Farming activities educating them the use of Food as a tool for peace using Organic Way of Farming. This Program improve the life condition of the families of the rebel returnees, giving them the opportunities to be part of the community, and help in the sustainability of Peace and Order thus sending their children to school, an opportunity their
children were deprive of the past.
In the month of April 2018, first time in the Philippines that
an LGU managed to spearhead an ORGANIC AGRICULTURE
SUMMIT using local funds and participated by local farmers,
Rebel Returnees farmers, Civil Society Organizations,
Government agencies , National and Local Government Officials.
It was overwhelmingly participated by all sector, a LITERACY
working with commitments from different agencies and CSOs
to develop their skills in Organic farming development. It was a
successful ORGANIC FARMING SUMMIT where ordinary farmers
learned from the different agencies and solicit commitments for their interventions in Agriculture Literacy Programs.
- LITERACY PROGRAM FOR THE DRUG DEPENDENTS ( BOOT-CAMP )
Part of OPLAN-KALILINTAD is the establishment of a Boot camp generated from the local funds of the Local Government Unit of Kauswagan with cooperation from the Barangay LGU, the religious sector, Civil Society Organizations, ATI, DEP ED , PNP and PDEA. This Literacy Program on Drug Rehabilitation have taken its inspiration from President Duterte’s Anti Drug Campaign using peaceful and productive means in improving the lives of a drug victims in the community in holistic way of initiating changes and reforms.
The Municipality established its own facilities which started in the year 2016 and being sustained as of this date. From the year 2016 to 2018 m a total of 35 graduates from the Drug Reformatory facilities we called Boot Camp successfully completed a three (3) months literacy program on reformation from Drug dependency. Inside the boot camp, the daily routine areas follows :
- Religious Education – Administered by priests and pastors
- Health Awareness – Municipal Health office Personnel
- Skills development in Organic Farming , and other NCII program – By TESDA, ATI and DA, and ALS of Kauswagan
- Basic Education in the prevention of drugs including Drug related laws and ordinances – By DEp ED, PNP, AFP and PDEA;
As a result, all of them upon graduation from the Boot Camp , also graduated NC II skills training program, passed the necessary Assessment given by TESDA, Importantly, they landed a job in the GN Power Co, ltd. and LGU Kauswagan, and some of them got job opportunities abroad.
Significantly, because of the BOOT-CAMP OPLAN KALILINTAD activities to wipe out illegal drugs in the area, Kauswagan had three barangays declared by PDEA as Drug Free Barangays, they are Barangays Tugar, Kwit Oriental, and Kawit Occidental. This is in support of President Rodrigo Duterte’s Program on Illegal Drugs and our commitments of brining sustainable Peace, Health and wellness and Development of Kauswagan,Lanao del Norte, molding the young generations to be come an effective future leaders of the country more sensitive to needs of their family and community and more responsive to the needs of the present generation.
- ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM (ALS ) FOR THE OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTHS AND ADULTS
The Alternative Learning System, a component of the DEP ED Program enjoys full support from the municipality of Kauswagan LGU by providing equipment and materials, support funds from the 20% municipal development funds in each year, from the Gender and Development Funds, and support funds from provate Sector such as the GN Power Co, Ltd., the Assisi Development Foundation, meralco Foundation, Sea-Oil Foundation, TESDA , DEP ED , SMART Telecom Companies , other NGOs and govt institutions , and fund support from the Local School Board. This is also supported by all Literacy Council in the barangays who were able to send enrolees to facilitate improvements in the Functional Literacy Program. Some of its graduates were employed in the new Power Plant established in the municipality, other employed abroad, and other to local industries, offices and establishments. From 2016 to 2018 the following are the tangible results of the program:
|YEAR||TYPE OF TRAININGS/LEARNINGS||NO.OF ENROLEES||NO. OF GRADUATES|
|2016||1.Electrical Installation and maintenance 2.massage Theraphy 3. SMAW NC-2 4. Domestic Services 5. Computer Literacy 6. Culinary Arts||28 13 20 289 235 16||25 8 15 267 230 10|
|2017||1.Electrical Installation and maintenance 2. Housekeeping services 3.Massage Theraphy 4. SMAW NC 2 5. Dressmaking 6. Pipe Fitting NC 2||170 110 65 125 85 125||133 92 55 110 72 108|
|2018||Electrical Installation and maintenanceHousekeeping servicesMassage TherapyDressmakingPipe Fitting NC 2CosmetologySMAW NCII||110 270 34 35 50 165 50||ON GOING|
As a result, Kauswagan becomes the 2016 FIRST RUNNER UP IN THE NATIONAL LITERACY AWARDS OF THE PHILIPPINES, and this helps Kauswagan elevated to the Global Peace Prize at Bogota , Colombia on October 2016 because of the contribution of OPLAN KALILINTAD in the Arms to Farms Program of the LGU .
- BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM AND IMPLEMENTATION OF K-12 PROGRAMS
The Kauswagan School District managed to improved its Basic Literacy Program by improving its services with the support of the Local Government Unit of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte, the US Embassy, SEA –OIL FOUNDATION, MERALCO FOUNDATION, SMART TELECOMMUNICATIONS in the following programs implemented:
- Improvement of School buildings, classrooms and facilities;
- Improve its Digital Literacy Program in the improvement of E-Learning center
SMART Telecommunications donated a TECHNOCART ( 20 pcs tablets with chargers , 1 pc netbook, 1 pc digital projector ) These facilities had been used in the digital reading in the kindergarten level to grades 1 and 2 in all schools to improve reading speed and comprehension using Digital technology and modern electronic gadgets .
- Summer Reading camp with LGU and Alcantara Foundation and SYNERGIA tapping employees of LGU Kauswagan, the Out of School Youths and some Civil Society Organizations, also the PNP and the AFP participating Summer Reading camp, and also the Araw Ng Pagbasa Program during the birthday commemoration of the late DILG Secretary Robredo.
- Remedial Intervention Program Enhancement
- Full implementation of K-12 Program by providing support and facilities to kindergarten.
- Opening of Cayontor Primary School
- Opening of Kawit Oriental Integrated School of Fisheries
- Scholarship program with the US Embassy that resulted to a qualified students in scholarships abroad.
- LGU/PRIVATE PARTNERS DIRECT INITIATED FUNCTIONAL LITERACY PROGRAM
- PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT (PESO) AND COMMUNITY TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT COORDINATOR (CTEC ) INITIATIVES
For the ending year of 2014 , PESO/CTEC office conducted skills training in cooperation with the GN Power Plant and TESDA with 125 enrolees and 124 graduates with the following skills training courses:
- Masonry NC1
- Carpentry NCII
- Electrical Installation and maintenance NCII
- Pipe-Fitting NCII
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding NCII
This Partnership Program had been sustained in the years 2015, 2016 until today this time not only with the GN Power, but the Sea Oil Foundation, Meralco Foundation, TESDA , and the Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.
Ninety ( 90 % ) percent of this graduates was employed in the power plant and local employments and some others employed abroad.
Aside from skills training program and employment facilitation, the office has its approved NMRS- national Manpower Registry System, an LGU based Registry system for Manpower program and employment facilitations.
Also the conduct of Capacity building and Training on Business Management and Entrepreneurial skills had been given to almost 100 community based associations. A total amount of P 8,600,000.00 from the DOLE BUB Funds of 2016 and LGU Equity had been distributed to organizations for livelihood in the year 2016, 2017 to 2018 for P 1,000,000.00 appropriations in the Municipal Development Fund of Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte and from the Gender and Development Fund appropriations of the LGU.
As a result, LGU Kauswagan with PESO and ALS won the 2015 KABALIKAT AWARDS of TESDA.
- INTEGRATED AGRICULTURE LITERACY PROGRAM
The Municipal Agriculture Office of LGU Kauswagan is constant and sustainable in the implementation of its literacy program for the farmers and fisherfolks including women, schools, senior citizens and PWDS and come up with the following trainings and literacy programs/projects conducted:
|TRAININGS CONDUCTED FROM CY 2016-2018|
|TITLE OF TRAINING||DATE CONDUCTED||PLACE CONDUCTED||NO OF PARTICIPANTS|
|1||Diploma on Agricultural Entrepreneurship||2016||DLRSPA||58|
|2||Management Training on Organic Training Post||2016||DLRSPA||58|
|3||FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL ON ORGANIC VEGETABLES PRODUCTION||2016||BRGY CAYONTOR KAUSWAGAN||59|
|4||TESDA TRAINING ON AGRICULTURAL CROPS PRODUCTION NC III||2016||DLRSPA||35|
|5||CAPABILITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY FISH LANDING CENTER||2017||DLRSPA||45|
|6||FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL ON ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTIONS||2017||DLRSPA||51|
|7||TESDA TRAINING ON AGRICULTURAL CROPS PRODUCTION NC III||2017||DLRSPA||45|
|8||ORIENTATION ON COMMUNAL GARDEN & BACKYARD GARDENING||2017||MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE HALL||45|
|9||PROTECTED AREA SUITABILITY ASSESSMENT||2018||-DO-||55|
|10||TRAINING ON INTEGRATED CRIOPS, LIVESTOCKS AND ORGANIC FERTILIZER TEIR 2 PROGRAM ON AGRICULTURAL TRAINING IINSTITUTE||2018||DLRSPA||55|
|11||ORIENTATION ON INTEGRATED COMMUNITY FOOD PRODUCTION BUB PROJECT||2017||KOLAMBUGAN LDN||35|
|12||FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL ON ORGANIC UPLAND RICE EMPHASIS ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION||2017||PAITON, KAUSWAGAN||35|
|13||TRAINING ON CLIMATE SMART LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION||2017||DLRSPA||30|
- SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR LITERACY PROGRAM
The Social Welfare and Development Office under its 4Ps Program and Integrated Livelihood Program (ILP ) conducted the following:
- Longganisa Making, Native Chicken Production , Layer Chicken production, SMAW NC2, Electrical Installation.
Year 2014 – 510 individuals trained
Year 2015 – 513 individuals trained
Year 2016 – 75 individuals trained
Year 2017 – 78 individuals
- HEALTH AND SANITATION LITERACY PROGRAM
- BAWASA ( Barangay Water and Sanitation Association )
The Municipal Health Office with strong support from the Assisi Development Foundation which gives funds for the construction of level II water system especially in the interior barangays has capacitated officers and members of BAWASA and conducted literacy programs on Health and Sanitation and the maintenance of water system . Basic Pipe fittings and literacy on the correct sanitation and use of water in the area had been made possible with the Municipal Health Office , the Assisi Development Foundation and the community themselves participating. Another literacy activity is training the BAWASA officials and members in Basic Entrepreneur course using the P 30.00 collection for water per family for the maintenance and sustainability of the operation of water system in the area.
- SANITARY TOILET LITERACY PROGRAM ON SANITATION
Aside from the literacy program on the use of water in the area, the officers and members of the Sanitation Toilet group had been capacitated on the following by the Municipal Engineers Office , Municipal Health Office and the Assisi Development Foundation:
1. Basic Construction of Sanitary toilet trainings;
2. Basic entrepreneurial Skills – This is a unique training where community is capacitated to convert such association into an entrepreneurial scheme. The scheme is that households would use the Cost recovery Skills not applying dole out process. Cost recovery in toilet sanitation project using scheme in entrepreneur is that each household will be given P 1,000.00 cost of construction materials for the construction of toilet. Other needs for construction is an equity of the family. As soon as the toilet is constructed and used by the family, they will start paying P 100.00 a month to the association until they could pay the P 1,000.00 cost of materials. The money saved by the treasurer of the association under its cost recovery strategies, will be use to buy another construction materials for toilet cost to P 1,000.00 and will be given to the other household without toilets, until all families in the community can have their own sanitary toilet.
- HEALTH AWARENESS LITERACY PROGRAM
In the year 2017, Health Office conducted four (4) literacy program as follows:
- Healthy Lifestyle
- Dengue Awareness,
- Family Planning Methods;
- Deworming Orientation.
On healthy lifestyle, 200 participated from the different barangays of Kauswagan. On Dengue Awareness initiative, 150 participated from the 4Ps beneficiaries. On family Planning month, Health Office personnel discussed on various family planning methods and gathered 400 women of reproductive age (WRA ). During deworming month, a total of 1500 parents of elementary and high school students attended the lectures and orientations,
In the year 2018, MHO conducted four kinds of IEC and those were the same IECs as that of year 2017. On STI HIV/AIDs, a number of 664v participants participated, on Family planning – 19 women of reproductive are participated. During
- ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY THROUGH SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND NO SMOKING POLICY, and COASTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
The Municipality of Kauswagan is the only Municipality out of 22 municipalities of Lanao del Norte who had an approved Ten (10) Years Ecological Waste Management Plan approved by the National Solid Waste Management Board. The intensified Literacy on Environmental management coupled with strict implementation of National laws and Local ordinances made Kauswagan successful in Environmental Management Program. The Municipal Health Office through its Sanitary Inspector and the Municipal Environment and Sanitation Office intensified its literacy on waste management and sanitation in all the 13 barangays thus segregation at source is implemented and the management of a Material Recovery facilities ( MRF ) is a mandate not only in the municipal level but also in the barangay level. Anti smoking ordinances is also part of the literacy advocacy program of the MESO Office.
The Municipal Agriculture office also maintains its literacy program on Coastal Management of Kauswagan preserving the Marine habitat and managing all Fish Sanctuaries in all coastal areas of Kauswagan. Constant IEC , capacity building and education courses are made in tandem with the Bureau of fisheries and Aquatic resources, NGOs, POs and Private Sector and academe like the MSU-IIT and Naawan School of Fisheries helped in the Literacy program to educate the constituents in Costal Environmental management. A Fishery Code, and Environmental Code was passed and institutionalized by the Sangguniang Bayan and several ordinances had been passed to implement Costal Management Program aside from the Coastal management Plan of the LGU in cooperation with the DENR. Funds is mandated to be appropriated also in the annual Budget of 2017 and 2018 for the Climate Change Adaptation Program especially on Tree Growing Activities and environmental management.
- PEACE AND ORDER LITERACY PROGRAM
The Philippine National Police and the Municipal Peace and Order have done their part in a Literacy that help promote Peace and Security in the area. The following are the regular literacy program the PNP and MPOC have conducted regularly :
- Lectures on the Role of BPAT – Barangay Peace Action Team
- Conduct lectures and symposium on Illegal Drugs
- Conduct Barangay Capacity building for Disaster Preparedness
- Conduct regular lectures to communities against commission od crimes and protection of lives and properties;
- Conduct regular information drive against crime prevention and control;
- Educate drug surrenderees in the boot camp on the ill effects of drugs and help in the reformation of these drug users in the camp transforming them a more productive and well discipline and responsible members of the community.
- FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM
One of the most significant and a successful literacy component of OPLAN KALILINTAD is the Financial Literacy Program . This was handled by the MUSLIM IMAMS AND USTADZ together with the Local Finance Committee and Field Superviosrs of the LGU from the treasury office. They visited all the 13 barangays in the municipality giving them capacity building on financial literacy, and also in the management of paying their Real Property Taxes. The IMAM and USTADZ of the Muslim Community also conducted Drug Addiction Literacy Program for the Muslim Community while educating them to pay their obligations to the LGU in terms of the payment of real Properties and payables due to the government. These Financial Groups also educate the illiterates in the area how to manage business and budgeting in their respective homes and communities. The result- the initiative helps in the increase of revenues of the LGU, efficiency in the local revenue collections, and improve and sustained their livelihood programs.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Briefly describe the local government’s agenda/program for Literacy and continuing education, as stated in the municipality/city development plan ( enclose municipal/city development plan )
Under the SIKAD PA Components and social Services sector, the Local Government Agenda/ program for Literacy as reflected into the 10 years Municipal Development Plan of the Municipality involves the following agenda for Literacy:
- Under the Sectoral Development Plan of the 10 years Development Plan of Kauswagan:
- EDUCATION :
- Improve the quality of education of the school-going population
- Promote equitable, affordable and accessible education for all Kauswaganons.
Objectives and Targets
At the end of the planning period, the Education subsector shall attain the following objectives
- To establish educational facilities with competent manpower in the barangays without school buildings and facilities;
- To upgrade the existing school buildings and facilities for safe and conducive learning processes;
- To provide more opportunities for secondary education;
- To establish tertiary educational buildings and facilities;
- To provide opportunities for the poor but deserving pupils or students; and
- To enhance the present educational processes accessing both traditional and modern technology.
- Enhancing partnership between the allied agencies in the promotion of affordable and quality Education;
- Quality and affordable education shall be available for all as a tool for the municipality’s development
in the next ten years;
- Appropriate and request sufficient funds for the construction of school buildings and facilities;
- Appropriate scholarship funds for deserving school-goers;
- Establish tertiary public institution operated by the municipality;
- Improve classroom to pupils ratio especially in secondary schools;
- All classrooms should have CRs for male and female;
- New classrooms should be built and ready for utilization;
- Financial and logistical support t Alternative Learning system
- Introduction of the Agricultural – Technical – Vocational Education ; and
- Establishment of Municipal Training Center Academy
- Intensify Digital Literacy Program to improve reading skills, speed and comprehensions in all levels
Programs and Projects
- Construction of Elementary School buildings at Inudaran and Paiton;
- Rehabilitation of all dilapidated and collapsible school buildings in the locality;
- Deployment of Competent and Efficient Teaching force to the schools in the interior>barangays;
- Construction and Operation of Agricultural – Technical – Vocational School; and
- Operationalization of the Alternative Learning Systems
- Procurement of Technocarts for distribution to elementary and secondary schools
- Support to scholarship program for tertiary education
- Ordinances establishing and institutionalizing a Municipal Training Center Academy;
- Appropriations for Education and relative activities;
Note : Enclose is the ten (10) years Comprehensive Development Plan of the Municipality under Annexes of this document.
List and provide a brief description of ordinances and resolutions related to literacy and continuing education passed and implemented by the municipality and/or school board over the past three years ( Enclose copy of each ordinance or resolution ).
|2014||RES.NO.121-2014||RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE TESDA OF LANAO DEL NORTE TO PROVIDE ANY APPROPRIATE SKILLS TRAINING FOR OUR ALS LEARNERS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE 800 HOURS IN ACCREDITATION AND EQUIBALENCY PROGRAM IN ALS KAUSWAGAN DISTRICT|
|2014||RES.NO.101-2014||RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE DENR,PROVINCE OF LANAO DEL NORTE TO ALLOCATE SOME FLETCHES , TIMBER OR LUMBER OUT OF THE CONFISCATED AREAS, FOR THE USE IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITY LEARNING SYSTEMS OF THE 13 BARANGAYS IN THE MUNICIPALITY|
|2014||RES.NO.123-2014||RESOLUTION TO FORGE PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOR THE EXECUTION NAD IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT ON VERMI-COMPOSTING OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM ON FOOD ALWAYS IN THE HOME (FAITH) ORGANIZATION|
|2014||RES.NO.132-2014||RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE AMOUNT OF SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS ( P 750,000.00 ) FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER THROUGH THE AUSPICES OF HONORABLE CONG. EMMELINE Y. AGLIPAY OF DIWA PARTY|
|2014||RES.NO.122-2014||RES.COMMENDING MR. JULIUS CAESAR S. GASCO II FOR HIS VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION TO THE LITERACY AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEOPLE OF KASUWAGAN|
|2014||RES.NO.130-2014||RES.TO DIRECT/AUTHORIZE TO ESTABLISH A DISTRICT WEBSITE KAUSWAGAN REGISTRANT NUMBER (KRN) IN COLLABORATION WITH THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT OF KAUSWAGAN THROUGH THE ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM PROGRAM IN KAUSWAGAN DISTRICT|
|2015||RES.01,S.2015||A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE PRIORITY EDUCATION PROJECTS IN THE KAUSWAGAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOL BOARD CALENDAR YEAR 2015|
|2016||RES. 01 , S.2016||A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE PRIORITY EDUCATION PROJECTS IN THE KAUSWAGAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOL BOARD CALENDAR YEAR 2016|
|2014||RES.159-2014||RESOLUTION STRONGLY SUPPORTING THE ARAW NG PAGBASA OR A “ DAY OF READING” WHICH IS A SPECIAL WORKING HOLIDAY TO BE CELEBRATED BY ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OBSERVANCE TO REPUBLIC ACT NO.10556|
|2015||RES.NO.115-2015||RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE HONORABLE ROMMEL C. ARNADO, MUNICIPAL MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A MOA WITH THE MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY-NAAWAN CAMPUS (MSU-NAAWAN) AND BALAT ASSOCIATION OF KAUSWAGAN RELATIVE TO THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SEA COCUMBER ( LOCALLY KNOWN AS BALAT) IN THE MUNICIPALITY|
|2017||RES.257-2017||RESOLUTION STRONGLY ENDORSING RESOLUTION NO. 12-2017 OF BARANGAY BARAASON ENTITTLED : STRONGLY REQUESTING DR. ALLAN G. FARNAZO, REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF DEP ED REGIONAL OFFICE X TO ESTABLISHA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN BARAASON KAUSWAGAN, LANAO DEL NORTE|
|2017||RES. NOO. 160-2017||RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR HON ROMMEL C. ARNADO TO ENTER INTO A MOA WITH DEP ED TO OPEN/ESTABLISH GRADE VI AT BARANGAY UPPER TUGAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF KAUSWAGAN, LANAO DEL NORTE|
|2016||RES.NO 006-2016||RESOLUTION TO CITE AND NAME MR.JULIUS CAEZAR GASCO II, DISTRICT ALS MOBILE TEACHER AS HALL OF FAME AWARDEE OF KAUSWAGAN, LANAO DEL NORTE|
|2016||RES. NO. 007-2016||RESOLUTION TO ENJOIN THE GN POWER PLANT TO GIVE PRIORITY FOR EMPLOYMENT TO THE GRADUATES OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM ( ALS ) SKILLS TRAINING OF KAUSWAGAN, LANAO DEL NORTE|
|2016||RES. NO. 060-2016||RESOLUTION EARNESTLY REQUESTING THE SECRETARY OF DEP ED THROUGH EMMALINDA E. DUHAYLUNGSOD SDS OF LDN TO ESTABLISH A BUILDING INTENDED FOR SPECIAL CHILD EDUCATION PROGRAM IN THEMUNICIPALITY OF KAUSWAGAN,LDN|
|2016||RES. NO. 061-2016||RES. APPROVING/CONCURRING RES.NO, 05 S. 2016 OF BRGY KAWIT ORIENTAL RE: RESOLUTION EARNESTLY REQUESTING THE SECREYARY OF DEP ED THROUGH SDS EMMALININDA E. DUHAYLUNGSOD TO ESTABLISH AHIGH SCHOOL TO BE INTEGRATED WITH KWIT ORIENTAL LKAUSWAGAN,LANAO DEL NORTE TO BE KNOWN AS KWIT ORIENTAL INTEGRATED SCHOOLOF FISHERIES|
Describe resources ( human, physical and financial ), which the municipality council or local school board provides for literacy-related and continuing education programs on previous and current year ( Enclose approved/signed municipality budget for the year).
|YEAR||FUNDS FOR LITERACY AMOUNT||SOURCE OF FUNDS|
|2016||4,663,089.00 1,460,000.00||20% MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FUND DSWD region 10|
|SUB TOTAL 2016||6,123,089.00|
|2017||300,000.00 P 2,762,516.82 2,000,000.00 100,000.00 4,180,000.00 200,000.00 500,000.00 200,000.00 300,000.00 1,750,000.00 800,000.00 500,000.00 300,000.00 200,000.00 50,000.00 200,000.00 150,000.00 100,000.00 50,000.00 100,000.00 1,676,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 50,000.00 250,000.00 26,000.00||20% MDF- Literacy on Environment/CCA Adaptation SEF GN POWER JALIL ARNADO CONTRIBUTION DSWD REGION 10 20% MDF- DRUG LITERACY PROGRAM 20% MDF INTEGRATED LIVELIHOOD PROGAM 20% MDF- Agri Based Rehabilitation Program 20% MDF- PPP-JPD Literacy Program with Community Organizers 20% Agriculture Development Program 20% Fishery Development Program From Arms to Farms Literacy Program 20% MDF RA 9003 Environmental GAD Funds – Literacy program Women Forum on Rights and Laws GAD Funds -Family Development Sessions GAD Funds – Senior Citizens Literacy Program GAD Fund – Youth Forum/Devt. Session and Literacy GAD Fund- Scholarship Fund for the Poor and Deserving Students Childrens Literacy Congress GAD Fund – Boot Camp- Anti illegal Drug Literacy Program GAD FUND- Health Literacy and Services GAD Fund- seminars and Trainings GAD Fund- PESO Skills Training and Scholarship for Poor and Deserving Students DRRM Funds- Tree Growing for Environmental Literacy DRRM Funds- Trainings and Seminars for DRR Related literacy Program during emergencies and disasters DRRM Finds- basic Life Support Program Trainings and IEC|
|SUB TOTAL FOR 2017||P 17,146,516.80|
|2018||3,086,560.47 1,460,000.00 550,000.00 350,000.00 300,000.00 352,730.00 1,602,730.00 1,300,000.00 1,000,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 300,000.00 500,000.00 40,000.00 50,000.00 50,000.00 2,615,000.00 200,000.00 75,000.00 200,000.00 1,200,000.00 50,000.00||SEF DSWD REGION 10 20% mdf- Integrated Livelihood Program 20% MDF- Drug Addiction/Boot Camp Operations 20% MDF- Climate Change Environmental Literacy 20% MDF- Private Public Partnership for Development Literacy 20% MDF- Agriculture Literacy Program and Services 20% MDF- Sustainable Fisheries Literacy and Services 20% MDFArms to farms Literacy Program 20% MDF – RA 9003 Environmental Literacy Program GAD Fund- Training on Gender based Planning GAD Fund- Self Development and Training on gender Sensitivity GAD Fund- Skills Training Program GAD Fund- Provision of learning facilities equipment and literacy activities for Day Care Children GAD Funds – Training of Day Care Workers GAD Funds- IEC to brgy officials on Domestic Violence and Gender related laws GAD Funds – Family devt. Sessions GAD Funds – Health Literacy Program and Services GAD Funds- Seminars and Trainings GAD Funds- Support to youth Advocacy Program GAD Funds- PESO Operations for scholarship Programs DRRM Funds – Agriculture Disaster Mitigation Literacy program DRRM Funds – Tree Growing Environmental Literacy|
|SUB TOTAL 2018||P 15,507,020.50|
|OVER-ALL TOTAL 2016-2018||P 38,776,626.30|