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Annual Report 2017


Table of Contents History of Mahintana

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Vision and Mission Statement 2 Networks and Linkages Future Directions

3 Messages 4

Development Strategies

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Map of Program / Project Coverage

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Message from the President and CEO

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Environment, DRR and CCA

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Institution-Building and Governance

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Mahintana’ s 40th Anniversary Celebration

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Highlights of 40 Years of Mahintana

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Social Enterprise

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Basic Social Services

27-35

Project Summary 2017

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Independent Auditor’s Report / Financial Statements

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Notes on Financial Statements

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MFI Board of Trustees

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MFI Staff Roster

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Glossary of Acronyms and Abbreviations

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History of Mahintana

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ounded on August 12, 1977, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. is the brainchild of a group of executives from Dole Philippines, Inc. and professionals from South Cotabato, and was registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission on September 12, 1977. The B’laan terms mahin and tana, meaning sea and land, respectively, were used in honor of the first indigenous tribe settlers in the area.

regions in Mindanao. It has established networks and linkages with various local and international organizations, and developed active partnerships with the Local Government Units, Non-Government Organizations, the private sector, academe, and other development players in the area. Mahintana has collaborated with diverse local and international donors, namely: Dole Philippines, Inc., USAID through its contracting partners, Australian Agency for International Development through Philippine Australian Community Assistance Program, Lutheran World Relief, European Commission, World Health Organization, the Embassy of Japan, Foundation for the Philippine Environment, International Organization of Migration, RAUCH Industries, Muna Unidas Campaña Contra El Hambra of Spain, and the Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation, among others.

The foundation was then under the direct supervision of the Community Relations (ComRel) Department of Dole Philippines, Inc. with Dr. Jorge F. Calderon, Sr.† as its Chairperson. Mahintana Foundation, Inc. spun off from the company’s supervision in 1993 to give more room for development and implementations of its programs and projects, although it still extends its assistance to the Community Development project implementations of Dole Philippines, Inc.

Presently, Mahintana is governed by the Board of Trustees coming from corporate, business, and social development institutions, and is backed by a professional staff with training and experience from various disciplines.

Mahintana has grown and expanded its programs and operations to many communities around Region 12 and other

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Mission Statement

Vision

Mahintana Foundation, Inc. shall work towards sustainable and resilient communities by actively implementing viable socio-economic and environmental programs through teamwork, leadership, commitment, integrity, and excellence.

A dynamic organization working towards sustainable and resilient communities

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Networks & Linkages

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ahintana Foundation, Inc. recognizes the power of synergy, thus, continues to forge partnerships and strengthen its relationships with the Local Government Units, other organizations, the private sector and government agencies to fulfill its advocacy to build sustainable and resilient communities. The foundation is duly registered with SEC and DSWD XII, and is accredited by DOF-BIR though PCNC as a Donee Institution. In 2017, it was certified and accredited as a Social Welfare Development Agency (SWDA) Level II. With its proven integrity, Mahintana sits as board member of PEF, AF, NPF, PhilDHRRA and Area Development Project Office-Project Management Unit (ADPO-PMU) SOCSKSarGen under the Office of the President. It also sits as a member of the NGO networks in the locality particularly the CSDO-SC and SPECTRUM. Moreover, Mahintana is an accredited and recognized NGO Representative to the Regional Development Council XII, the Provincial Development Councils of South Cotabato and Sarangani, the City Development Council of General Santos, the Municipal Development Councils of Polomolok, Tupi, Surallah, T’boli (South Cotabato), Maasim (Sarangani), and Alamada (North Cotabato), and the Provincial Health Boards of South Cotabato and Sarangani. Mahintana works with MINCODE and its partners (AADC, KDFI, PhilDHRRA) in the implementation of EUfunded project in Regions 11 and 13.

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Future Directions

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o cope with the dynamic social, environmental, economic and governance-related issues, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. continues to tap the power of teamwork with its partners and its staff by empowering them and enhancing their capacities through training and collaborative project implementation.

In the next years, the foundation is looking forward to complementation projects with other EUfunded organizations and other stakeholders in Mindanao to promote accountable and transparent governance, as exemplified and manifested in the implementation of the RESOURCEGov Project, and participation to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Program. This participatory government aims to uplift the morale and integrity of the Filipinos. In support to the environmental conservation, preservation and rehabilitation efforts of the R2R program, Mahintana will continue to grow fruit and forest trees, bamboos and mangroves. It will also launch the Bamboo-based House Project that will showcase the new technology that makes use of the bamboos planted in the gullies and riverbanks. It will also help boost eco-tourism, as well as provide livelihood program to the community. Moreover, the foundation hopes that the renewable energy venture called the SOLARES Project, to be funded by the European Union, will be fully approved and implemented in 2018. It aims to provide solar panels to at least 5,000 households situated in the off-grid areas of the region. This is a climate change adaptation intervention and a support to the disadvantaged and far-flung communities with no electricity supply. For its 5-year (2017-2021) strategic plan, Mahintana desires to strengthen its social enterprises while maintaining their noble causes to serve. HEALTH Plus aims to increase the access of indigents to affordable and quality drugs, medicines and supplies with full-cost recovery, while Nutripan BREAD’s goal is to expand its branches within the Province of South Cotabato. Also, as Dole Philippines, Inc. expands its area of operation, Mahintana spreads and intensifies its Community Development projects to cater to the needs of the covered communities.

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Development Strategies •

IMPACT AREA DEVELOPMENT – A community-specific and integrated development approach, the organization seeks to create optimum impact on target beneficiaries and communities

PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT – Forging and building strong development partnership with LGUs, NGOs, POs, donors and other stakeholders to enhance the progress of attaining development goals and objectives

RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND LEVERAGING – Accessing and mobilizing both internal and external resources to increase coverage of beneficiaries

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP – Integration of social enterprise dimensions in all interventions towards financial viability and sustainability of assistance

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Map of Program Coverage/Reach

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he year 2017 is another milestone for Mahintana Foundation, Inc. as it celebrates its 40th founding anniversary. We hope to rekindle our passion to serve the communities and our compassion to the needy in the next years. The organization’s legacy is that we do not only act with the commitment to serve, but we also stir up the hearts of others to take part in our endeavors to make this country a better place for our future generations.

Message from the President and CEO

Our efforts in protecting the environment is reaping good results. The Silway-Klinan Watershed Ridge-to-Reef (R2R) Program had gained over 30 partners from all sectors including international private companies and mobilized 28 stakeholders to adopt areas to plant mangroves, forest and fruit trees, and bamboos along riverbanks and gullies. Dole Philippines Inc. invited its business partners Rauch International and MacEwen Falconer & Co. Ltd. Thus, the birth of the Ma. Rosa Creek Rehabilitation Project in partnership with the LGU-Polomolok and the Municipal Cooperative Development Council (MCDC) which was launched in 2017 as part of the agro-biodiversity corridor development. In 2017, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. was awarded by the Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) a Plaque of Recognition for its contribution in the conservation and preservation of environment and bio-diversity in Mindanao. Being its long-time partner in environmental advocacies, FPE supports the foundation in the implementation of the Scale-up REPAIR Project which had rehabilitated 10.7 linear km of riverbanks planted with 68,122 trees and used the earth-matting technology to lessen soil erosions. Moreover, our social enterprise ventures soared this year. The Health Plus Project celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017 and had established its 9th branch in the Upper Valley Community Hospital. With its partnership with the provincial government, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has recognized the Province of South Cotabato as one

of the LGUs with best practices on Public-Private Partnership in the country. Mahintana also partnered with the Lutheran World Relief in providing healthy breads and more job opportunities in South Cotabato through the Nutripan Program. Two LWRfunded Nutripan bakeshoppes opened in Koronadal City and Surallah, S.C. Co-funded by European Union and Dole Philippines, Inc, and working handin-hand with the DILG and Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks (MINCODE), Mahintana Foundation, Inc. spearheads the implementation of RESOURCEGov Phase 2 Project that helps the 56 Local Government Units have accountable and transparent governance. The positive impact and results of the phase 1 to the eight municipalities had encouraged the donors to approve its 2nd phase, expanding and replicating the project to 42 other LGUs of Region 12 and 6 LGUs of Regions 11 and 13. We could never achieve so much without the help of our benevolent donors. To our partners in the government and the private sector, we thank you all for the trust and confidence you have given us as you continually support Mahintana. Our heartfelt gratitude to all of you. Mahintana also acknowledges the overwhelming guidance and excellent leadership of the Board of Trustees, and the dynamism, commitment and passion of the staff. The synergy resulted to another productive and purposeful year for the foundation garnering the award as the Best Non-Government Organization of DSWD’s PaNata Ko sa Bayan Ko. We are looking forward for better opportunities for complementation and partnerships with other organizations and stakeholders in addressing the health, social, economic, government and environmental issues of the communities we assist. We can only give what we have, thus, we want to share the heart of gratitude and drive for excellence as we continue to serve God and people.

MARTINIANO L. MAGDOLOT


Environment, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Climate Change Adaptation

Mahintana’s Ridge-to-Reef Program intervention map around the Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape going to Sarangani Bay

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Scale-up RePAIR Project

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he year Scale-up Reduced Pollution through Vegetation Rehabilitation (Scaleup REPAIR), funded by FPE and co-funded by Mahintana, is a one-year project that aims to reduce water pollution and rehabilitate the river corridors, gullies and/or tributaries of Silway River System / Watershed of the three barangays of T’Boli, South Cotabato, namely: Aflek, Basag, and Malugong, by adopting the following strategies: river

trees, and 8,267 bamboos at survival rates of 92%, 85%, and 83%, respectively for trees planted in 2016, and established 300 meters of earth-mats in eroded and damaged riverbanks and farmlands along the tributaries of Silway River.

corridor rehabilitation, alternative livelihood assistance, and environmental advocacy. However, Brgy Basag was excluded in the entire implementation of the project due to electionrelated concerns. Implemented from January 2016 to January 2017 and extended from April 15 to June 15, 2017, the project had accomplished rehabilitation of 10.7 linear km of riverbanks with 43,813 forest trees, 16,042 fruit

Furthermore, the project identified 49 beneficiaries, capacitated 33 farming households on Family Visioning and Managing Finances and 39 farmer partners through FAITH Garden-

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ing. A community nursery was established and provided with a signage in Brgy Aflek, T’boli with 4,200 bamboos and 30 fruit trees after 29 farmer were trained on Bamboo Propagation and Basic Fundamentals of Nursery Establishment. There were 5,730 coconut trees procured and ready for planting by 43 community farmers as a future livelihood income covering about 62 hectares of farmlands intercropped with corns and other crops.


To prepare the communities from disasters, 83 community members and partners were trained on DRRM and CCA, and Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation, with emphasis on Early Warning Systems, Basic Life Support, and Understanding Vulnerability through Hazard Maps. First aid kits and supplies were also distributed to augment the BLS training. During CLTS activity, 71 households were triggered where 46 households were identified practicing open defecation. A total of 80 toilet bowls and 92 steel drums for septic tank were distributed by T’Boli MHO and Dolefil through Mahintana. There were 22 households who have constructed their comfort rooms, while the remaining has ongoing comfort room construction as a result of CLTS triggering activity in the barangays. For the IEC, 1 signage written in major dialects and containing salient points on ordinances against illegal cutting of trees, dumping of waste, and stray animals were installed in strategic locations in the project sites. Forty-nine community members participated in the seminar on organic pest management, in partnership with and support to the advocacy of the Municipal Agriculture Office of T’boli to minimize the use of harmful pesticides.


Ridge-to-Reef Project

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aunched in 2014, the Ridge-to-Reef (R2R) Silway Klinan River Systems and Watershed Management project has significantly helped in the rehabilitation, preservation, and protection of the MMPL and Sarangani Bay seascape. Now with over 30 partners from public and private sector, and the academe, including international companies such as RAUCH Industries and MacEwen Falconer & Co. Ltd., it has also provided livelihood to the residents within the areas. The six interventions include stakeholder and resource mobilization, riverbank/mangrove vegetation enhancement and stabilization, agro-biodiversity development and monitoring; livelihood assistance, settlement management and DRRM, and sanitation/nutrition/health services.

In 2017, R2R project had mobilized 28 stakeholders to adopt areas in Polomolok, Tupi, Gen. Santos, and Sarangani. As a result, a total of 13,330 hills of bamboos (132%), 16,790 fruit/ forest trees (112%), and 600 mangroves (60%) were planted through the said partnership along riverbanks and gullies of Brgys Cannery, Lamcaliaf, Pagalungan, Poblacion, Upper Klinan, Lumakil, Silway 8, Maligo, Polo, and Magsaysay in Polomolok; Brgy Acmonan in Tupi; Brgys San Jose, Siguel, Dadiangas North, and Labangal in Gensan, and Brgy Tinoto in Sarangani. In addition, 1,750 hills of bamboo and 2,550 hills of forest/fruit trees were planted at 116C/114C gullies in its development as a bio-

Partners

Bamboo

F/F Tree

Mangrove

Area Adopted

PRIVATE PARTNERS (16) 1. Howard Hubbard Memorial Hospital (HHMH)

1,000

1,500

Field 109C Gully, Bgry Cannery Site, PSC

2. Allied Pacific Packaging Solutions Corp. (APPSCor)

400

600

Pagalungan River, Polomolok near Dolores Resort

100

Tupi (MENRO-identified)

1,000

1,000

Pagalungan River going to Brgy Lumakil, Polomolok

3. Roxas Sigma Agriventures 4. Seabest Food & Beverage Corp. 5. Arowana Agriventures

100

6. Our Lady of Fatima Parish (Fatima/San Jose, GSC)

500

7. Rotary Club of Polomolok 101

100

8. Iglesia ni Cristo (Cannery)

150

9. Dole Philippines School

Brgy Siguel, Gensan coast near RD Aqua Farm Brgy San Jose, Gensan tributaries Field 101C/116A Gully, Cannery Site, PSC

150

Field 104 A/B Gully, Prk Dignadice, Poblacion, PSC

60

Field 204 B Gully, Brgy Polo, PSC

10. Supreme Choice Integrated Farm Inc.

Brgy Upper Klinan, Polomolok

11. MacEwen Falconer & Co.

100

12. Mt. Matutum Christian School

Maria Rosa Creek, Brgy Poblacion, Polomolok 60

13. Philippine College of Physicians

Ligtas Creek, Cannery Site, Polomolok Field 103 Gully, Prk Dignadice, Poblacion, PSC

150

14. Dolefil Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Co-op 15. Dolefil Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative

100

16. Unified Engineering Workers Multi Purpose Co-op

500

Field 109C Gully, Brgy Cannery, PSC

400

Field 109A and B Gully, Brgy Cannery, PSC Field 104 A Gully, Prk Malabarbas (Ma. Rosa Creek), Poblacion, PSC

100

PARTNERS FROM PUBLIC SECTOR (12) 1. BLGU Pagalungan, Polomolok 2. BLGU Lumakil, Polomolok

30

3. Silway 8 National High School, Polomolok

200

Pagalungan River near highway

270

Purok Masipag, Brgy Lumakil

200

Near Silway River, Silway 8

3,000

Acmonan (5,000bb, 3,000 ff), Polonuling (1,600bb)

200 4. MENRO Tupi

6,600

Purok Ligaya, Silway 8, Polomolok

5. SP-Gensan

700

Silway River, Brgy Dadiangas North, Gensan

6. City Social Welfare & Development Office, GSC

1,000

Prk Salodin, Kulasi, and Palen, Brgy Labangal, Gensan PNHS Gully, Brgy Cannery Site, Polomolok, So. Cotabato

7a. Polomolok National High School

50

7b. Polomolok National High School

100

Field 109 A, Brgy, Cannery, PSC

8. City Environment & Natural Resources Office, GSC

300

Ligaya (To be documented)

9a. Polomolok Water District

3,500

Sitio Miranda, Brgy Maligo, Polomolok (forest trees only)

9b. Polomolok Water District

3,750

Sitio Miranda, Brgy Maligo, Polomolok (forest trees only)

10. DENR-EMB 12/BLGU-Tinoto

500

11. BLGU Magsaysay

750

12. Polomolok Creek Elementary School

1,500

Total Partners: 28 PARTNERS

diversity corridor. The Ma. Rosa Creek Rehabilitation Project, funded by MacEwen Falconer and Dolefil in partnership with LGU-Polomolok and MCDC, was launched in December 2017 as part of the agro-biodiversity

Sito Asnalang, Brgy Tinoto, Maasim, Sarangani Purok Matulungin, Magsaysay, Polomolok, Prk Mabuhay, Brgy Magsaysay, PSC

13,330

16,790

600

133%

112%

60%

corridor development. As of the end of 2017, 450 meters of Ma. Rosa Creek was trenched and installed with 20,802 sq. m. of earth-mats planted with 4,496 malabago cuttings, 28,442 napier cuttings, and 100 bamboos.

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One-hundred and sixty-eight meters of indigenous stone dike with 382 bamboo / malabago poles planted with 31 vetiver cuttings was established in the creek. Moreover, at least 300 meters of enhanced indigenous


dike was established at Barangay Magsaysay in Polomolok to prevent further erosion of farm lands, prevent damage to bridge, and promote land recovery. For livelihood assistance, it also distributed 6,000 pieces of 5x8 polyethylene bags to Silway 8 Riverbank Association, Sumbakil Community Nursery, and Aflek Community Nursery, and coconut seedlings as additional livelihood options for farmers in Brgys Aflek and Malugong in T’boli. Also, 48 farmer-partners participated in the Seminar on Organic Vegetable Pest Manage-

ment in Brgys Aflek and Malugong in T’boli.

CSO DRR Hub for Region 12. The project also conducted GIS Training to aid in efficiently mapping project activities and beneficiaries. It also supported the DENR-EMB WQMA Unit Information and Education Campaign in Polomolok by educating students about the importance of taking good care of the river systems, and presenting the R2R Program.

On IEC, there were 5 signage installed in Barangay Aflek, and 3 signage in Barangay Malugong, with salient points on ordinances about solid waste management, stray animals, and illegal logging. Similarly, a signage was installed in the community nursery, and 6 signage at RAUCH-adopted areas in Brgy Polonuling, Tupi. To enhance the knowledge and skills set of the staff, the team attended the MINCODE DRR Regional Meeting for the creation of the

To augment the health and sanitation intervention, the project distributed 50 toilet bowls to Upper Bianan and 30 toilet bowls to Lower Bianan as

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a follow-up to the CLTS Triggering activity. As a result, 80 comfort rooms are expected to be constructed in the two sitios, thereby reducing the practice of open defecation in the area. During the CLTS monitoring at Sitio Bianan, Brgy Basag, Tboli, at least 30 out of 120 households triggered already constructed their own toilet facility. For the Solid Waste Management activity, a total of 2,668 kg of residual waste from Dolefil MRF was transported to Envirotech Waste Recycling Plant in Davao for the trial loading. An estimated 88 armchairs will be fab-


ricated from the waste.The R2R Team participated in the coastal clean-up activity at Zone 6, Barangay Bula, Gensan, organized by RD Foundation together with the RD Group of Companies, SPECTRUM, DENR, PNP, communities, and other partner organizations, with 30 sacks full of plastic waste collected. The Alay Para sa Bantay Gubat Coin Bank Project was launched in 2006 to support 30 DENRO (forest guards) volunteers that protect the MMPL. For the year 2017, the project has generated a total amount of PHP 4,305.50 from 6 coin banks set up in Dolefil, LGU Polomolok, MMCS, RCBA and USSC.

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Community Nursery Establishment

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o complement the gully tree planting, community nurseries were established. Farmerpartners were tapped to propagate seedlings of bamboo and fruit/ forest trees to not only provide the needed seedlings for the project, but also for the farmer-partners to earn additional income. Cannery Site Community Nursery had total sales of PHP 1.3M with 18 farmer-partners earning a monthly average income of PHP 6,000 while Maligo Community Nursery earned total sales of PHP 184,308.00 with 42 farmer-partners earning an average of PHP 4,400 a month.

Inventory Community Nursery Cannery Site Maligo

Assorted Fruit/ Forest Trees (hills)

Plantable Bamboo (hills)

26,662

95,100

238,155

1,600

Upper Klinan

Mangrove Propagation

5,000

Klinan 6 Revive

20,000

Klinan 6 Barangay

1,000

San Isidro

3,000

Buayan

3,000

Total

264,817

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125,700

3,000


Gully Tree Planting Project

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ne of the Dolefil-assisted projects that started in 2001, the Gully Tree Planting Project has helped reduce flood risks and soil erosions in the gullies of the pineapple plantations in Polomolok and Tupi areas. This initiative includes reforestation, soil stabilization using earth matting technology, and signage installation. For reforestation, 80,575 hills of fruit and forest trees, and 62,943 hills of bamboos were planted in 2017. For IEC, there were 16 signage initially installed and another 34 signage will follow at strategic gullies within the pineapple plantation.

2013

2017

Soil Stabilization Earth matting installed (9 gullies)

50,601 m2 (5.1 hectares)

Napier planted

61,908 hills

Malabago planted

3,804 hills

Madre de cacao planted

7,914 hills

Indigenous bamboo dike installed

60 linear meters

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Institution-Building and Governance

RESOURCEGov Phase 2 Team conducts the ODK System Training to South Cotabato Provincial Planning and Development Office to improve data gathering and project monitoring.

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RESOURCEGov Project

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ESOURCEGov Project is a 3-year project funded by European Union and implemented by Mahintana, with partners CSDOSC, SPECTRUM, DILG-12 and Dole Philippines, Inc., from years 2013-2016. After 3 years of project implementation, results of the end-of-project external evaluation have shown that the project was successfully implemented in its goals of improving the capacities of eight (8) partner MLGUs in Region 12 in local revenue generation and CSO participation in local governance. On the overall, the project was rated successful (4.49/5.00). Specifically, it was rated very relevant (4.70/5.00), effective (4.51/5.00), efficient (4.41/5.00), likely sustainable (4.36/5.00), and with impact (4.41/5.00). The project had helped improve the capacities of 8 partner MLGUs to increase the collection of local revenues. The figure below shows the increasing trend in locallysourced revenues of partner MLGUs from 2013 baseline:

of CSOs in local governance. This includes participation of CSOs in development planning, budgeting, legislation, and monitoring of projects, budgets and LGU performance. Figure below shows the increasing trend in number of CSOs participating in the affairs of the LGUs:

Instrumental to this increase were the (a) training/s on improving CSO engagement in local governance and CSO governance (efficiency & effectiveness), (b) learning exposures to LGUs/CSOs with good local governance (CSO desk, CSOLGU partnerships), (c) adoption of ODK for project/budget monitoring (used by LPRAT/ CSOs), and (d) technical assistance on CSO desk institutionalization, CSO accreditation/ participation to local special bodies (LSBs).

Contributing to this increase were the key project interventions which include (a) training/s on improving tax collection efficiency and investment generation (PPP, investment forum), (b) learning exposures to LGUs with best practices on revenue generation (MEEDO, RS-BPLS, GIS/ODKbased tax mapping, LIIC), (c) adoption of electronic tax mapping technologies (ODKbased tax mapping system), and (d) updating/ formulation and implementation of revenue generation plans and economic enterprise, tax/revenue, and local investment incentive codes. It also helped increase the participation

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Because of the gains and success of RESOURCEGov, the European Union (EU) has funded the Phase 2 of the Project which aims to share/replicate the project’s replicable practices on good local governance to 56 LGUs and 240 CSOs in Mindanao. The RESOURCEGov 2 is currently implemented in partnership with MINCODE, KASILAK, PHILDHRRA, AADC, DILG 11-13, and Dole Philippines, Inc. The project started in November 2017 and will end in the year 2020. Total approved budget is €667,000.00: €600,000.00 (approx. Php33M) from EU and €67,000.00 (approx. Php3.68M) from Mahintana and MINCODE as cash counterpart. The project was launched in December 2017 in General Santos City with 137 key representatives from DILG 11-13, 46 LGUs of Regions 11-13, CSOs, business sector and project partners in attendance. The project garnered support and commitment from DILG 11-13 through MOU signing. The project also gained support from the DILG Central Office during its courtesy call in December 2017.


Technical Assistance for Expansion Areas

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namely: Salama, Tinimbacan, Pantar and Busaon. A TA on land canvassing was conducted in Banisilan with a net area of 141.8 hectares for contract preparation, 30.1 hectares for submission and 3.29 hectares on hold while waiting for the soil evaluation result.

or the year 2017, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. extended its technical assistance to Dole Philippines, Inc.’s five expansion areas namely: Cotabato Province (Alamada and Banisilan), Bukidnon (MKADC), Lanao del Sur (WDC), Maguindanao and Dole Upper Valley Operations (T’Boli, Lake Sebu, Surallah, and Banga) through community development and social service activities and projects.

DUVO received support through the following activities: TA in Coop Organization and Strengthening; finalization of coop’s Manual of Operation; development and implementation of periodic monitoring tools for coop operations; and facilitation of 10 monthly technicians’ meetings.

In Alamada, Cotabato, a total of 242.05 hectares of land was planted with pineapples by 101 growers under Tibud sa Katibawasan Multipurpose Cooperative. Funded by Dole Philippines, Inc., Mahintana was able to facilitate activities such as: project orientation and IEC to Brgys. Guling and Rangayen on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) with the FPA; quarterly water sampling and FPA inspection; organization and periodic meeting of MMT Alamada; planted 900 forest trees and 2,100 fruit trees in the West Zone (Brgys. Polayagan, Barangiran, Raradanan, Pigcawaran, Lower Dado and Upper Dado) and East Zone (Brgy. Rangayen) with survival rate of 70%; and planted 1,000 bamboos, 1,100 forest trees and 1,000 fruit trees at Sitio Sta. Maria, Rangayen with survival rate of 90%. Dole Philippines, Inc. has set out to expand its plantation in Banisilan, Cotabato to which Mahintana had provided TA and lobbying in the passage and approval of Resolutuon No. 2017-223 by the SB of Banisilan for the entry of Dole Company to the municipality. There were four barangays approved for the proposed pineapple plantation

Dolefil newly acquired the MKADC in Bukidnon and the WDC in Wao, Lanao del Sur.With the given support, Mahintana conducted community organizing, project orientation and two medical missions in Brgys. Tugaya and Barobo, provided supplemental feeding in Brgy. Lurugan. and planted 1,000 hills of bamboo and 8,000 forest trees in Salubsub Elementary School and Brgy. Luguran, Valencia City, Bukidnon. On the other hand, Municipality of Wao, Lanao del Sur was provided with earthquake rehabilitation assistance like repair of Day Care Center, district hospital and others. Both MKADC and WDC were given assistance on nursery establishment and plant propagation. For the Province of Maguindanao, Dolefil and Mahintana conducted courtesy call to the local chief executives and officials and community consultation meetings to discuss the proposal of pineapple plantation expansion. 18


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a h i n t a n a Foundation, Inc. had lined up a wide array of activities for the month of August 2017 as it celebrated its 40th Foundation Anniversary. The occasion mirrored its commitment of “Building Resiliency and Sustaining Development” to its assisted communities and project beneficiaries. In gratitude to the successful 40 years behind the foundation, a thanksgiving service was held and attended by MFI and SRC staff and their partner stakeholders. Making the celebration more festive was the kick-off event, Takbo para sa Kalikasan at Kalusugan Fun Run-For-A-Cause, which was aimed at promoting health and wellness, awareness and consciousness, and supporting projects / programs associated

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with environmental protection, regeneration and conservation. All the proceeds were used for rehabilitating and beautifying Purok Maria Rosa, and enhancing the residents’ health-seeking behavior via massive IEC health campaign activities. At least 1,600 runners (which included donors, sponsors, partner organizations, cooperatives, academe and local stakeholders) joined the Fun Run that spanned a 5-kilometer route from Barangay Cannery Gymnasium to the Municipal Gymnasium of Polomolok. On the second week of the celebration month, Mahintana Foundation Inc., in partnership with Dole Philippines, Inc., hosted the 9th Golf Tournament dubbed as Palo Suporta Kontra Droga in support of the government’s advocacy against illegal drug use and abuse. A total of 98 golf players participated the fund-raising event, which raised a


Mahintana’s 40th Anniversary Celebration net revenue of PHP 0.826-million. The foundation organized the Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) Day on the third week to showcase the talents of the youth through Poster-making, Team Quiz Bee, Tagalog Spoken Poetry, and Songwriting/Battle of the Bands Contests with the theme, Sining at Musika Para sa Kabataan: Rated PG #PagibigGoals, held at the Polomolok Municipal Gymnasium. More than 7,000 high school students attended the event, which promoted the awareness of teenage groups with regard to adolescent sexuality, adolescent reproductive health, as well as sexual health issues, including teenage pregnancies and the prevention of STI/HIV/AIDS. Finally, the foundation held on the third week its first Employees’ Night, which was attended by more than 100 former and current employees

who worked for the foundation since 1977. The foundation’s humble beginnings, presented through video presentations and testimonies of past and present employees, made the occasion more remarkable. The reunion was celebrated with fun games and meaningful conversations over a sumptuous feast.

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he occasion was also a moment to recognize the loyalty and service of 4 employees who have worked with MFI for 5 years and beyond, and to pay tribute to the officers and staff who have passed on, including Mr. Bienvenido Perez who served and guided Mahintana as Assistant Secretary and President for nearly 40 years. Dance and song presentations of the staff and raffle draw prizes added excitement to the event.

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Social Enterprise

Health Plus Shop in a Shop (HPSiS) Project of the Provincial Government of South Cotabato, in partnership with Mahintana, receives a Plaque of Recognition from DILG National as one of the best practices of the Private-Public Partnership in the country.

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Health Plus Program

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etter health care and services advocate, Mahintana Foundation, Inc., in 2007, has entered into partnership with National Pharmaceutical Foundation (NPF) and the LGUs for the supply and distribution of essential drugs, medicines and commodities. This project aims to improve the access of poor families and individuals to affordable and quality drugs through the Health Plus Shop-in-Shops (HPSiS) in 9 government hospitals. It also provides government hospitals additional income through the 70%-30% net savings sharing scheme.

BOT member and PPF team attended the Annual Suppliers Meeting.

Plus Program’s 10th founding anniversary, 874 beneficiaries were served with medical consultation, and dental / prenatal / laboratory services during the LBK activity

In celebration of Mahintana’s 40th and Health Key Result Areas

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Number of prescriptions served Prescription unserved Number of patients served

In 2017, it established its 9th HPSiS outlet at Upper Valley Community Hospital on March 2017 and sustained operations of the other eight existing HPSiS outlets. Because of the project’s significant accomplishments, the Province of South Cotabato was recognized by the DILG as one of the LGUs with best practices on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the country in the delivery of basic social services by the government and private partners to the community particularly to the poor and indigent patients. Moreover, the project has initiated and attended a series of activities to enhance the skills and knowledge of staff and partners. Three PPF team members joined the 3-day Supply Chain Coordination Summit at NPF Office in Manila to learn about the physical inventory counting method and analyses; 9 partner-hospitals, PPF staff and HPSiS team leaders attended the 1st Pharmacist Meeting; and 10 accredited suppliers, Mahintana management team, 24

conducted on September 2017 at Brgy. Kematu, T’boli, South Cotabato and Brgy. Small Margus, Sarangani with the assistance of the partner-LGUs and suppliers.

2017

% Increase/Decrease

492,124

537,203

6,871

1,958

311,165

388,289

Increased by 9.2% Decreased by 251% Increased by 25%


Nutripan Business for Rural Economy and Agriculture Development (BREAD) Project

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eared towards sustainability of interventions, M a h i n t a n a Foundation Inc. scaled up the success of the Nutripan BREAD project designed as a social enterprise. From the initial gains of the project in developing communities with well-nourished children through interventions focused on education, backyard gardening, and livelihood, the

project took a major leap forward this year. With the successful implementation of the project, LWR supported the project through funding two Nutripan Bakeshoppe established in Koronadal City and Surallah as part of their impact investment project.

areas and is continuously benefitting people in the community. In support to the campaign of the DepEd and DOH for healthy and nutritious foods, Nutripan took pride in producing nutritious and affordable breads with fruits and vegetables as filling, distributed in identified schools to ensure that only healthy and nutritious foods are sold in the schools.

The project has been thriving and is significantly contributing in the overall development of the supported

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Dolefil

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also funded Tupi Nutripan and being an implementing arm of the project, MFI continuously maintained and sustained its technical assistance to T’boli and Polomolok Nutripan. The assistance of LWR and Dolefil is lauded in helping to provide opportunity as a noble pursuit to sustain the project, directly contributing to MFI’s mission of “implementing viable and socioeconomic and environmental programs.”


Support to Production

Calamansi

Also complementing the project was the production of ready-to-drink juice and calamansi concentrate at Barangay Maligo. This assistance provides employment opportunity to four housewives, thereby uplifting their socio-economic condition and general wellbeing.

The project also strengthens MFI’s advocacy on health and nutrition through the promotion of preservativefree products. Continuous technical assistance and monitoring is also done to make members more knowledgeable and skilled in the production of calamansi and further improve and develop agricultural productions.

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Basic Social Services

Teachers and pupils celebrating with Dolefil VP & Managing Director Mr. Randy Fleming, MFI President & CEO Mr. Martiniano Magdolot, and other stakeholders during the turnover of Polo Day Care Center

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Chairs-for-Trees Project

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s an advocate of education, Mahintana Foundation, Inc., in partnership with Dole Philippines Inc., supports schools by donating armchairs to various public elementary and high schools around Mindanao.These schools reciprocate the donation by growing fruit and forest trees. The foundation distributed 1,200 armchairs to 18 schools; reciprocally, a total of 35,000 hills of assorted fruit and forest tree seedlings were planted in 2017. 2003-2017 Armchairs / kiddie chairs / kiddie tables / pews Hills of fruit / forest trees and bamboo trees

Total 69,061 1,856,827

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Polomolok Task Force Kalusugan

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activities that helped increase STI/HIV/AIDS awareness, where at least 30 project management committee members, 26 model families, 250 women, and 300 PYAP were educated.

olomolok Task Force Kalusugan (PTFK) is a program organized by Mahintana Foundation, Inc. in 2008 that aims to support and assist the LGU of Polomolok in its Health and Nutrition, Wellness, and Safety Program. In 2017, a collaborative effort with PTFK stakeholders was made in scaling-up the reach of the health services in the areas of Policy Support and Governance, Capacity Development, IEC Campaign, and Monitoring and Evaluation. PTFK pursued the implementation of AntiSmoking Ordinance, signed and approved the IRR for the Smoke-free Environment, Tobacco Advertisement Ban and Access Restriction of Tobacco Products, Imposition of Penalties for Violations thereof (General Ordinance no. 1 series of 2011), oriented and deputized 30 traffic enforcers on the said IRR, and provided 15 anti-smoking signages. For these efforts, the Municipality of Polomolok achieved the Red Orchid Award in December 2017.

To strengthen the commitment and enhance the capacities of partners, the program rolled out trainings and symposiums to address adolescent health and drug addiction. A total of 400 teens from 4 national high schools trained as peer trainers on Teenage Pregnancy, Drug Addiction and STI/HIV Awareness, 238 teachers from 8 public schools and 68 youth capacitated on Adolescent Sexuality and Reproductive Health Development, and 851 students from 2 public schools capacitated on True Love Waits and Values Reorientation. There are 8 public schools that integrated ARH into subjects like Science, MAPEH and ESP, and 28 coordinators and teachers committed to be ARH advocates. AJA Training was rolled out, which capacitated the ARH Coordinators, BHWs/ Midwives and HEPOs, in providing youth-friendly service to young people.

2017’s focus is on ARH, a program under the banner of PTFK that seeks to educate and reorient the values of the youth regarding adolescent sexuality, reproductive health, and prevention of STI/HIV/ AIDS. ARH officially signed the EO no. 7 Series of 2017, an executive order establishing the MHO and BHS Adolescent and Youth Health Program.

For its monitoring and evaluation intervention, PTFK together with the LGU sanitary inspectors, Municipal Admin, MHO and PNP conducted behavioral surveillance for three quarters, and inspected 8 establishments and 30 CSWs. With regard to other issues of concern such as mosquito-

In addition, ARH facilitated

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borne illnesses, Oplan Kulob was established to address the rise of dengue infection cases. On the public safety side, Defensive Driving Seminars were conducted, 25 new traffic enforcers were deployed, 25 sets of reflectorized garments were purchased, and 4 traffic signage (i.e., Slow Moving Vehicles Use Right Lane) were installed. In celebration of ARH Day and the 40th founding anniversary of Mahintana, an event apltly dubbed Sining at Musika Para Sa Kabataan: RatedPG #PagibigGoals, with Poster-making, Team Quiz Bee, Tagalog Spoken Poetry and Song-writing/Battle of the Bands contests, was organized and participated in by 7,000 students and guests from 9 public schools, 5 private schools, out-of-school youths, and partners. The activity was successfully conducted with

support from Dole Philippines, Inc., the Provincial Government of South Cotabato, Local Government of Polomolok,

Department of Health, Department of Education, RHU Polomolok, and other development players and

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stakeholders, including the volunteer efforts of the HEPOs, PNP-Polomolok, MHO, and the Civil Security Unit.


Day Care Center Renovation comfort room, and provision of quality educational materials for the cildren. The community served by the facility committed its support by taking care of building’s upkeep and maintenance. Over 50 pupils en-

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ole Philippines, Inc. partnered with Mahintana Foundation, Inc. in the renovation of the Polo Day Care Center building, in order to provide a comfortable environment that is conducive to children’s learning. On September 5, 2017, the turnover ceremony and the blessing of the building took place, as wit-

nessed by Dolefil VP & Managing Director Randy Fleming, teachers, parents of the pupils, and barangay officials. In addition, the Polo Day Care Center will receive kiddie chairs and tables, and its facilities will be further improved, including the installation of grills and whiteboard, renovation of the kitchen area and

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rolled in the day care center will benefit from the project. To reciprocate the assistance, the beneficiaries planted 750 hills of fruit and forest trees.


DGP Housing Community Organizing Project

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he Dole Gawad Pagibig Housing Community Organizing Project funded by Dole Philippines, Inc., through the Industrial Relations Department with the LEAD Trio (labor unions), in partnership with Sarangani Resources Corporation (SRC) and implemented by Mahintana Foundation, Inc., aims to improve the standard of living of the Dole rank and file employees by providing quality and affordable housing units and organizing a socially inclusive community among 144 household beneficiaries.

skills and reoriented on their values; gained knowledge on nursery establishment, vermicomposting and organic backyard gardening; informed on the rules and responsibilities of each member as well as on legal matters through Barangay Peacekeeping Operations; and trained on simple bookkeeping and eco bag making for livelihood opportunities. Also, the project provided assistance in sustaining market-oriented, health-promoting, and environ-

ment-friendly economic ventures such as the provision of steel shades for the common store, materials and equipment for the establishment of the community nursery, and sewing machines for the eco bag production. The project’s intervention resulted to a series of bayanihan activities every Sunday, weekly values formation activities to children of DGP community, and wellness activity

In achieving the project goal, identification of the appropriate development programs and activities is necessary thus the socio-economic profiling of the homeowners and establishment of the DGP Association, Women’s and Youth Organization Officers who will lead in planning and developing the community was made. They have developed Articles of Incorporation and Constitution and By-Laws, acquired Certificate of Registration No. 17355 from HLURB as Dole Gawad Pag-ibig Homeowners Association, Inc., and is registered as Purok of Barangay Cannery Site. In order to effectively organize the DGP Community, the project capacitated the homeowners by providing trainings, seminars, and learning exposure, where they visited Gawad Kalinga areas in Davao and Gensan, and gained insights on community development and adopted best practices; equipped with leadership

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through Zumba exercises participated in by women. members Furthermore, the DGP Homeowners Association Officers, with the project’s assistance, organized a General Assembly, presented their plans in developing their community, and regularly conducted their monthly meeting to ensure that the community development plans were on track, and that issues and concerns will immediately be considered and acted upon.


HIMSOG-Tupi Project

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IMSOG-Tupi, short for Health Initiative and Mitigation Services and Opportunities for Growth of Tupi, is a Dolefil-funded project implemented by Mahintana Foundation, Inc. in partnership with LGU Tupi, which promotes total sanitation, zero open defecation, and increased awareness of the communities on the importance of having a sanitary lifestyle. It also encourages a healthy way of life by supporting the Zumba workout sessions via the dona-

tion of a projector to be used in the sessions.

set of flip chart of Pilipinas Go4Health to MHO including IEC materials on ABKD, No Smoking, Hepatitis and STI/HIV/ AIDS.

In line with the celebration of World Health Day 2017, Mahintana facilitated the early morning dance workout and fitness program titled “MagZumba ta, Tara na!” on April 7, 2017 which was participated by LGU Tupi’s Bikers’ Association, Zumba Association, Barangay and Municipal Councils, PNP, BFP, MEEDO, MHO and MDRRM. The project installed 20 signages about proper garbage disposal and donated one

Moreover, as a response to the ordinance entitled AN ORDINANCE ENACTING THE HOUSEFLY CONTROL CODE OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF TUPI, PROVINCE OF SOUTH COTABATO AND PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF, presented by Council-

or Arnold Guerrero, HIMSOGTupi conducted advanced CLTS Triggering sessions to 1,344

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households covering 14 puroks in Brgy Cebuano, Tupi. CLTS is one of the major activities of the project that promotes hygienic practices to marginalized communities, triggering disgust and shame particularly to those that practice open defecation. Participants drafted actions plans and committed to install toilets in their respective households. As a result, Brgy Cebuano was proclaimed as Zero Open Defecation Barangay. There were 290 toilet bowls donated to the barangay in the year 2017.


Water Systems Project

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o help the community acquire access to safe and potable water, Mahintana, under the financial support of Dole Philippines, Inc., constructed a Level 2 Community Based Ram Pump Water System at

Brgy Polomolok, Columbio, Sultan Kudarat. The ram pump supplies at least 6,480 liters/day and serves at least 480 direct beneficiaries (80 households), 1,876 indirect beneficiaries (453 households) and 1 school with 100 students and 10 teachers.

For its sustainability, 3 local technicians were trained and tools were turned over for the maintenance of the ram pump. The Maguindanaoan Foundation, Inc. was tapped for the community mobilization

Immunization Program

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rimary health care plays a big role in keeping a person healthy and preventing chronic diseases in his lifetime. Mahintana Foundation, Inc. continues to support the RHUs’ goal to promote better health and access to free immunization against lifethreatening diseases for

residents of rural areas though its Primary Health Care Project. In 2017, the foundation had provided immunization assistance to a total of 15 puroks and barangays of Polomolok (Maligo, Sumbakil, Polo, Kinilis, and Landan) and Tupi (Kablon), all in South Cotabato.

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while EcoAgri Development Foundation Inc. took charge of the technical construction of the system. The BLGU Polomolok and the community provided the manpower to the project and participated in the Operations and Maintenance Training.


5ingkowelahan Project

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ingkong Laan para sa Silid Aralan or 5ingkowelahan, initiated by Dolefil Corporate Affairs Division through its IR Department in partnership with the LEAD Trio and Dole Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative, is an Adopt-a-School Project that helps generate funds to provide classroom buildings to schools with limited resources and very large student populations. Landan Elementary School was chosen as beneficiary of the 5ingkowelahan Program in 2017. A project orientation with BLGU, Lead Trio, Dolefil, MFI, DepEd, parents and students was conducted in December 5, 2017, and the groundbreaking ceremony of the 2-classroom building followed on December 15, 2017. In turn, the school planted 3,000 hills of fruit and forest trees. Construction of the school building is on-going and is projected to be completed in June 2018. The beneficiary schools successfully planted 64,400 hills of fruit and forest trees since the project’s implementation in year 2014.

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Project Summary

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Project Summary

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Independent Auditor’s Report Statements of Assets, Liabilities & Fund Balances

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Statement of Cash Flows Statements of Revenue, Expenses & Fund Balances

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Notes to Financial Statements Notes to Financial Statements

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Martiniano L. Magdolot President & CEO Atty. Carlos G. Platon Corporate Secretary

Mahintana Foundation, Inc. Board of Trustees

Atty. Rene Ruel B.Almero Assistant Corporate Secretary Elvis J. Dy Treasurer

Carlos S. Baldostamon, Jr. Chairman of the Board Board Members Atty. Melquiades L. Hernandez, III Dra. Eva B. Hormigos Dr. Jorge U. Calderon, Jr. Pablo L Sunglao Management Committee Randolph I. Fleming Atty. Melquiades L. Hernandez, III Martiniano L. Magdolot

Editorial Staff Martiniano L. Magdolot Liza D. Hora Editorial Board

Lorielyn P. Patoc Editor

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Program Coordinators Project Officers Contributors


MFI Management and Staff Pharmacists0 Ermie Lapaz Alegario Rizza Alpas Cordero Mary Refany Diaz Ureta

Project Coordinators0 Ma.Theresa Banico Catalan Ella Mae Moquete Babao

Project Officers0 Jeric Ocanada Amparo Ivan Dawn Palaca Arbilon** (21 Apr 17) Gil Vertucio Artates Kathleen Aro Catampo Byron Ejar Delandrino Renato Aldamar Gilera, Jr. Karlo Limuel Duropan Hora Ramon Christopher Manero Rhofel Shanton Reb Dakingking Minion** (31 Jan 17) Abdullah Padasan Mucalna* (31 Jan 17) Lorielyn Premaylon Patoc Raihan Adam Solaiman Mythel Faith Tagalogon Solis Yvonne Licayan Templonuevo Project Bookkeepers0 Jason Inot Normelita Riano Lauron Grace Bravo Miguel Shinny Lee Guymon Ula

Operations Officer0 Franz Andrei Mascardo Cruspero

Project Documenter0 Lily Soledad Cervantes

Legend:

President & CEO Martiniano Legarte Magdolot Admin / Finance Officer Liza Duropan Hora Accountant Wilma Candari Jumilla Project Operations Officer Jobe Cagoco Tubigon Franchising / Marketing Manager0 Margie Sordilla Managuit Project Manager0 Roel Ian Parcon Blanker

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Pharmacy Aides0 Genevieve Rabina Ma-aya** (18 Sep 17) Kesiah Amar Tugado** (28 Feb 17) Michelle Dela Fuente Villanueva Information Officer0 Nolimar Gonce Abesar Admin Assistants / Cashier0 Sonny Yorong Ageas Claire Macailing Adam Aprilove Pingot Beronilla Charis Iren Pelias Fredeluces** (27 Jan 17) Ellie Rose Capurihan Ojoylan Stockroom / Warehouse Officer0 June Ritchie Cabrera Cagata 0 - Project based * - Contracted ended ** - Resigned


Glossary of Acronyms & Abbreviations A AADC Agri-Aqua Development Coalition ABKD - Aksyon Barangay Kontra Dengue AJA - Adolescent Job Aid ARH Adolescent Reproductive Health

B BHS - Barangay Health Station BLGU - Barangay Local Government Unit BLS - Basic Life Support BREAD - Business for Rural Economy and Agriculture Development

C CCA

- Climate Change Adaptation CCR - Community and Cooperative Relations CLTS - Community-Led Total Sanitation CSDO-SC - Coalition of Social Development Organizations in South Cotabato CSW - Commerical Sex Workers

D DCoMPC - Dole Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative DENR-EMB - Department of Environment and Natural Resources Environmental

Management Bureau DENRO Deputized Environmental and Natural Resources Officer DGP - Dolefil Gawad Pag-ibig DILG - Department of Interior and Local Government Dolefil-IR - Dole Philippines, Inc.-Industrial Relations DRRM - Disaster Risk Reduction Management DUVO - Dole Upper Valley Operations

F FAITH - Food Always in the Home FPA - Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority FPE - Foundation for the Philippine Environment

G GAP

- Good Practices

Agricultural

H HEPO - Health Education and Promotion Officer HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus HLURB - Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board HPSiS - Health Plus Shop-ina-Shop

I IEC

- Information and Education Campaign IMPAC - Inventory and

Mapping of At-Risk Populations, Areas, and Current IR - Industrial Relations IRR - Implementing Rules and Regulations

Understanding MMT - Multipartite Monitoring Team

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NGO - Non-Government Organizaton NPF - National Pharmaceutical Foundation

KDFI - Kasilak Development Foundation, Incorporated

L LBK

- Lakbay Buhay Kalusugan LEAD - Labor Employees Association of Dolefil LEAD Trio - LEAD.Ph / LEAD Salaried / LEAD Calumpang LGU - Local Government Unit LITS - Legislative Information Tracking System LSR - Locally-sourced revenue

M MCDC - Municipal Cooperative Development Council MKADC - Mt. Kitanglad Agri Development Corporation MHO - Municipal Health Office MINCODE Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks MMR - Measles, Mumps and Rubella MMCS - Mt. Matutum Christian School MMPC - Maligo Multi-Purpose Cooperative MMPL - Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape MOU - Memorandum of

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Banking Corporation RESOURCEGov 2 - Revenue Enhancement by Strengthening and Optimising the Utilisation of Resources and CSO Engagement in Local Governance - Phase 2 RHU - Rural Health Unit

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SEER - Social and Economic Expenditure Ratio OGP - Open Government SPECTRUM - Sarangani Partnership Province Empowerment and Community Transformation Forum SR-WARP - Silway River Watershed Areas PhilDHRRA Philippine Rainforestation and Preservation Partnership for the Development of Human STI - Sexually Transmitted Infection Resources in Rural Areas PIT - Project Implementation Team PMC - Project Management Committee PNP - Philippine National TA - Technical Assistance Police TKSMPC Tibud sa PPF Provincial K a t i b a w a s a n Pharmaceutical Multipurpose Cooperative Franchisee PPP Public-Private Partnership PTFK - Polomolok Task Force Kalusugan USSC - Universal Storefront PVO - Provincial Veterinary Services Corporation Office PYAP - Pag-Asa Youth Association of the Philippines WDC - Wao Development Corporation WQMA - Water Quality Management Area RCBC - Rizal Commercial

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MFI Annual Report 2017  

2017 Annual Report of Mahintana Foundation, Inc.

MFI Annual Report 2017  

2017 Annual Report of Mahintana Foundation, Inc.

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