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Annual Report 2012 D’ ONE Cluster - DILG Bohol Province

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About the Cover D’ONE Cluster promises to enrich its team chemistry by believing in the potentials of each member. The hope of a brighter tomorrow holds the team together, like the promise of a tiny plant… that will soon transform into a tree.

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What’s inside TABLE OF CONTENTS page Message of the Cluster Head 1 LCE Awareness 2 Vision 7 Personal Mission Statements 8 Description of the Cluster 14 Organizational Composition and Structure 15 Executive Summary 17 Outcome 1: EMPOWERED AND ACCOUNTABLE LGUs

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LG Performance Management Program 21 Seal of Good Housekeeping 21 Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS)

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Barangay Governance Performance Management System (BGPMS)

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Monitoring Compliance to Full Disclosure Policy/Policy Audit and Compliance Tracking System (PACTS)

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Conduct of Barangay Assembly Day 26 Upscaling Community-based Monitoring System (CBMS)

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Tracking LGU Responsiveness to the MDGs

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Compliance to Anti Red Tape Act

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ARTA Report Card Survey 30 Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture

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Monitoring the functionality of Barangay Development Councils (BDC) 31 LG Awards and Incentive Program 32 Performance Challenge Fund (PCF) 32 Gawad Pamana ng Lahi 33 Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Award (LTIA)

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Galing Pook Award 34 Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Municipalities 2012

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Enhancing CSO Partnership Program

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Vigilance to Volunteerism (V2V): Program Intensifyig People’s Engagement in Local Governance (PIPELOG)

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CSO Mapping 35 BBI Strengthening 35 Support to Public-Private Partnership 36 Ugnayan ng Barangay at Simbahan (UBAS) Project

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Capacity Development Program 39 Newly-elected Officials (NEO) Program 39 Assistance on the Codification of Ordinances

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Demand-Driven Trainings on ASEEV 40 Integrated Sangguniang Kabataan Organizational Leadership and Re-orientation – Basic Orientation Seminar

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Katarungang Pambarangay 42 Local Legislative Award 42 MDG-FACES Program 42

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Scholarship Program for LGUs 44 Scaling up Replication of Good Practices

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Advocacy on HIV/AIDS 44 Aksyon Barangay Kontra Dengue Program

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Mainstreaming Gender in Local Governance: Localizing Magna Carta of Women 45 Empowerment of the Poor Program 48 LGU Transparency 49 Public Disclosure 49 Administrative Guidance 49 Provision of Legal Opinions 49 Fact-Finding and Investigation 49 Administrative Assistance to LGUs/LG Officials

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Processing of Death Benefit Claims of Barangay Officials

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Barangay Profiling System 50 Central Office Directives 50 Special Celebrations 50 Outcome 2: COMPETITIVE AND BUSINESS-FRIENDLY LGUs

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Enhancing Economic Growth and Competitiveness of Local Governments Program 52 Provincial Road Management Facility (PRMF) Implementation

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Special Local Road Funds 52 Streamlining the Business Permit & Licensing System (BPLS) 53 Local Economic Development (LED) for LGUs

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Outcome 3: DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUs 55 Enhancing LGU Capacity on CCA/DRRM Program

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Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund

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Calamity Response Protocols 56 Climate Change Adaptation Act

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Strengthening of Institutional Capacity for Disaster Preparedness

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Support to the National Greening Program

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Billion Trees Project 57 Monitoring Compliance to Solid Waste Management Act

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Outcome 4: CONFLICT-FREE AND SAFE COMMUNITIES

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Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat Program

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Support Program to Improve Basic Service Delivery on Women & Children 59 Strengthening the Local Council for the Protection of Children (LCPC) 59 Capacity Development Project for VAW Desk (PCW-DSWD-DepEd-DOH JMC No. 2010-02)

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Localization Project of Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act

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Supporting the Capacity Development of Local Peace and Order Councils 62 Provision of secretariat support services to the POC

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Functionality of BPOCs 67 Strengthening the Management Coordinating Councils (MCCs)

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Local Housing Board 68 Anti-Squatting 68

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Outcome 5: STRENGTHENED INTERNAL GOVERNANCE CAPACITY 69 5Ps 69 The Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year

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Integrity Development Initiatives 70 Integrity Circle 70 Cluster-Team Building Activity 70 Cluster Meetings 71 Conduct of Field Conferences 71 Innovations & Team Dynamics 72 Annexes

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List of Tables page Table 1. SLGR Utilization Conference 22 Table 2. BGPMS/SBGR Utilization 24 Table 3. Compliance to LGU Citizen’s Charter

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Table 4. Compliance to Barangay Citizen’s Charter

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Table 5. RSBSA Compliance 31 Table 6. BDC Functionality 31 Table 7. PCF Projects of D’ONE Cluster

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Table 8. Status of Implementation of UBAS Project

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Table 9. List of Draft Codes 39 Table 10. Activities of MDG FACES Project

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Table 11. 4Ps Status of Grants 48 Table 12. PRMF Status of Implementation

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Table 13. List of LEIPOs 53 Table 14. LGU Compliance on Creation of LCAT on VAWC

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Table 15. Schedule of POC Meetings

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Table 16. IA/CPSP Plan Approval

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Table 17. Schedule of the Launching Activity

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Table 18. Tanods Training / BPATS Training

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Table 19. C/MPOC Budget Allocation

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Table 20. Functionality of BPOC

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List of Figures page Graph 1. Death Benefit Claim 50 Graph 2. Calamity Response Protocols

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Message JOSE JEFFREY V. BERNASOR Cluster Head We are pleased to present the accomplishments of D’ONE Cluster for CY 2012. Though the RatPlan Cluster is still on the fledgling stage, we are proud to say that we are steadfast in our resolve to bring about excellent service to our clientele through the team approach. On a personal note, I am fortunate to be assigned in the D’ONE Cluster as this is composed of dedicated and tireless men and women who welcome challenges and turn them into opportunities for growth. I daresay that I have learned a lot from my interactions with my teammates. This Annual Report is a by-product of team effort since empowerment is one of our advocacies. We put premium not only of the outputs but also on the process involved. It is no wonder that the writings are full of details and substance. In writing this Report, we see to it that we capture the performance of the team, based on our Operations Plan and Budget and other issuances. Most of the presentations are in tabular format since we want to state the outputs of the 24 LGUs comprising the Cluster to give justice to their efforts and for the benefit of DILG Bohol Team. As we review our attainments, we look forward to another year of service, confident that our team is Dynamic, One, Nurturing, Empowering! Thank you!

We put premium not only of the outputs but also on the process involved.

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LCE Awareness OF THE CLUSTER

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The Local Chief Executives of the cluster municipalities are aware of the adoption of the RAT Plan Cluster Approach. During TACT meetings, part of the activity is to visit the LCEs, Sangguniang Bayan and the Local Functionaries and discussed DILG programs, projects and activities. Issues and Concerns affecting field operations were brought to the LCEs attention likewise, TACT members would also hear out LGUs concern especially if it relates with the department’s operations. The positive rapport of the cluster members made possible the support of the LGUs to the Department. Below is an inventory of the support extended by the LGUs to the DILG: LGU

LGU SUPPORT Personnel Counterpart

Alburquerque

1 casual

Baclayon

1 casual employee

Dauis

0

Panglao

Tagbilaran City

Corella

Honoraria

P3,000/mo.

Office Equipment

Office Supplies

Travelling Allowance

Laptop, camera, computer, aircon

office supplies

Laptop, tables & chairs, Digicams, Steel cabinet, air conditioner.

Bond papers, ball pens, folders, envelopes, glue, scissors, staplers, paper clips, scotch tape, pentel pen

0

2011- new printer , internet

Per request included in mayor offce APP-2OT

1 Office Assistant

P 6,050.00 per month

Computer, filing cabinet, H20 dispenser, aircon, fixtures,

Bond paper, none ink, sign pen etc.

4 city paid casuals

P 2,000/ month

3 units computer, laptop, LCD projector, 2 units split type aircon, office furniture, etc.

P80,000 annually for OCLGOO operations

Computer with printer, office tables, chairs, filing cabinet

Communication Allowance

Others

Trainings and seminars P50,000.00/ year P 800.00

Per approved 1500/month travel for CY 2011-30T none

8 liters/ week P1,800.00/ month

Training Budget P 60,000.00

10T from non-office

Office Budget P 25,000.00

Funds for KP operation

Actual travel reimbursement

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LGU

LGU SUPPORT Personnel Counterpart

Sikatuna

Honoraria

1 casual clerk

Cortes

Office Equipment

Office Supplies

Travelling Allowance

Communication Allowance

computer, aircon, steel cabinet, P650.00/mo

computer

Office Budget P21,000.00 per year

Balilihan

1

P2,500.00/ mo

Office Computer, Office netbook, printer

Catigbi-an

1 casual employee

None

Computer, 10,000.00 LCD projec- per year tor, Netbook, Aircon, Steel Cabinet,

18,000.00 per annum

Antequera

1 casual

Computer, aircon, steel cabinet

Office supplies

Per approved P1,000/mo. Travel order

Unlimited office supplies

P1,000/mo.

San Isidro

Others

Php 25,000.00

Php400.00/ mo

Maribojoc

1 casual clerk None

computer, c/o Mayor’s typewriter, Office aircon, steel cabinet, electric fan, water dispenser, coffee, biscuits, office supplies

c/o Mayor’s Office

Loon

1 casual clerk P 1,000.00 per month

Computer, aircon, steel cabinet, water dispenser, electric fan & typewriter, intercom

As need arises

Calape

1 casual clerk P 2,000.00 per month

computer, typewriter, aircon, steel cabinet, electric fan, water dispenser, office supplies

Repairs & Maintenance – IT

None

P 500.00 per month allowance for secretariat services Php 100, 000.00 annual total alocation for DILG

Office Budget P 24,000.00 per year

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LGU

LGU SUPPORT Personnel Counterpart

Honoraria

Office Equipment

Office Supplies

Travelling Allowance

Communication Allowance

Others

Tubigon

1 Casual clerk

Computer, 20,000 aircon, steel cabinet, water dispenser, office supplies, tables and chairs

20,000

3,600 (card), 7,200 (landline)

Brgy. Evaluation – 15,000, training/ capability building-7,000, repairs & maintenance -3,000, furnitures & fixtures-4,000

Clarin

1 casual clerk none

computer

none

none

none

Sagbayan

office supplies as the need arises

Laptop, steel Bond paper, cabinet, elec- computer tric fan, ink

Danao

1 casual

Inabanga

1 job order clerk

P 2,000.00 per month

Computer, Php steel cabinet, 12,000.00 aircon, water dispenser

Php 20,000.00

Computer, internet connection, aircon, office supplies, steel cabinet

P 10,000 per annum

P 10,000.00

Buenavista

Getafe

Capability Building budget Php 10,000 P 1,000.00 per month

P16,000.00 Aid to MLGOO Unlimited office supples from Mayor’s Office

P17,000.00

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LGU

LGU SUPPORT Personnel Counterpart

Honoraria

Office Equipment

Office Supplies

Travelling Allowance

Communication Allowance

Others

Talibon

2 casual

computer, laptop, typewriter, aircon, steel cabinet

• 10,000.00 • 45,000.00 for computer maintenance • 35,000.00 for office supplies

• 10,000.00

• 25,000.00 for search of outstanding barangay officials • 25,000.00 for best Lupong tagapamayapa • 25,000.00 for best BPOC

Trinidad

1 casual clerk P 2,000/mo

Stell

Basic office supplies

None

None

Yes, based on actual travel

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Personal Mission Statements LGOO VI Jose Jeffrey V. Bernasor, Cluster Head “To see the bright side of my fellow human beings; To discover their potentials.”

CLGOO Mardonio Roxas of Tagbilaran City “To make a difference in the life of the clientele”

LGOO V Maria Dulce Alforque of LGU-Dauis “Accomplishment is not measured by mere submission of reports but on something you can make things happen in the local government unit.”

LGOO V Dioscoro Caberte of LGU-Sikatuna “To work for the good of others and family.”

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LGOO V Redemcion G. Cag-ong of LGU-Balilihan “To serve with dedication and enthusiasm using the best of my talents and abilities which God has bestowed upon me for the good of my country and the people I serve.”

LGOO II/OIC Jeanette Camilotes of LGU- Getafe “To strive to be a blessing to others.”

LGOO II/OIC Adonis Damalerio of LGU- San Isidro “Contribute and share to the LGU the demand-driven activities needed and share the Department’s advocacies for an empowered LGU.”

LGOO V Corazon Evangelista of LGU-Cortes “To do what is just, right and pleasing to God.”

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LGOO V Suzette Quadalquiver of LGU-Sagbayan “Being good to others is being good to God.”

LGOO V Florencio Halasan of LGU-Catigbian “To try to do the best in all good things.”

LGOO V Sharon Halasan of LGU-Clarin “Serving to attain transformation in local governance and realization of DILG mandates”

LGOO V Maura Monillas of LGU-Talibon “To abide by the office policies, promote and advocate good governance for a transparent and participatory citizenry.”

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LGOO V Victor Lapiz, Jr. of LGU-Panglao “Go for goodness.”

LGOO II/OIC Glenda Laude of LGU-Buenavista “To aspire to a higher degree of professionalism and integrity in public service.”

LGOO V Angelo Mahinay of LGU-Inabanga “To be of value to myself, others and God.”

LGOO V Ted Mascarinas of LGU-Maribojoc “To be the best in my day to day work and relations with others.”

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LGOO V Franklin Medequiso of LGU-Antequera “In the game of life, victory comes to the patient.”

LGOO V Josie M. Montes of LGU-Calape “I enjoy the confidence of the government and the public I serve. I believe that through me, the government that I serve, receive good advice and that instructions are carried out promptly and effectively and that the programs and activities for which I am responsible is administered efficiently and effectively hereby giving satisfaction to the public.

LGOO V Juliet Olalo of LGU-Loon “Being good and gracious.”

LGOO V Roel Tumarao of LGU-Trinidad “Nurturing commitment.”

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LGOO V Jogepons Ruloma of LGU-Tubigon “To be kind and fulfilled.”

LGOO V Nenito V. Sanchez of LGU-Baclayon “A winner never quits.”

LGOO V Evelia Sarmiento of LGU-Alburquerque “I see myself as a servant, happy to do good works. I shall work heartily with energy and diligence to provide assistance to attain effective and efficient good governance. I must enjoy serving and sharing in what I do, how I do, and why I do it to my cluster mates, clients and management. These I decide to commit.”

LGOO V Dyosa Marie Cosare of LGU-Danao “I will make it a habit to give more than what is expected in everything I do and deliver the highest level of service.”

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description of the cluster D’ONE Cluster stands for Dynamic, One, Nurturing, Empowering Cluster. Dynamism is manifested in the vigor of the team to implement the programs, activities and projects of the Department. Being One or united is shown in our chemistry. We nurture each other’s friendship and potentials. Twenty-three towns and the City of Tagbilaran made up the D’ ONE Cluster. The municipalities are: Antequera, Baclayon, Balilihan, Buenavista, Calape, Catigbian, Clarin, Corella, Cortes, Danao, Dauis, Getafe, Inabanga, Loon, Maribojoc, Panglao, Sagbayan, San Isidro, Sikatuna, Talibon, Trinidad, Tubigon and Tagbilaran City. The respective municipalities are handled by the following: LGOO V Franklin Medequiso, LGOO V Nenito V. Sanchez, LGOO V Redemcion G. Cag-ong, LGOO II Glenda A. Laude, LGOO V Josie M. Montes, LGOO V Florencio V. Halasan, LGOO V Sharon M. Halasan, LGOO V Dioscoro Caberte, LGOO V Dyosa Marie Cosare, LGOO V Maria Dulce D. Alforque, LGOO II Jeanette Camilotes, LGOO V Angelo Mahinay, LGOO V Juliet Olalo, LGOO V Ted N. Mascarinas, LGOO V Juvi Lapiz, LGOO V Suzette Quadalquiver, LGOO II/OIC Adonis R. Damalerio, LGOO V Maura M. Justol, LGOO V Jose Roel Tumarao, and LGOO V Jogepons Ruloma. The City of Tagbilaran is supervised by CLGOO Mardonio T. Roxas. The Cluster Head is LGOO VI Jose Jeffrey V. Bernasor. The five hundred fifty eight (558) barangays compose the Cluster. D’ ONE Cluster evolved from the smaller TACT clusters earlier organized in the province. Most of the TACT clusters from the first and second congressional districts of the province make up the D’ ONE Cluster under the rationalization program. At its initial stage, the integration resulted to some apprehensions considering the increased number and reach of LGUs covered. This was however resolved with the experience of the field officers in the old TACT set-up. D’ ONE Cluster is a mix of young and not so young field officers. Seven (7) of them belongs to the 35th and earlier batches of inductions trainings while the rest are members of the 40th and later batches. Experience wise, 22 of the members in the Cluster have served the Department for more than 10 years.

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organizational composition & structure of d’one cluster

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organizational composition & structure of d’one cluster Albur

Income Class: Fifth Population: 10281 Total Land Area: 2,865.00 No. of Barangays: 11 No. of Households: 1986 IRA Share: 27,431,496.00

Danao

Income Class: Fourth Population: 22098 Total Land Area: 17,816.81 No. of Barangays: 17 No. of Households: 3672 IRA Share: 41,156,532.00

Antequera

Income Class: Fourth Population: 15500 Total Land Area: 9,976.94 No. of Barangays:: 21 No. of Households: 3268 IRA Share: 38,949,381.00

Loon

Income Class: Second Population: 42441 Total Land Area: 11,975.00 No. of Barangays: 67 No. of Households: 9306 IRA Share: 63,156,607.00

Baclayon

Income Class: Fourth Population: 18015 Total Land Area: 3,442.18 No. of Barangays:: 17 No. of Households: 3412 IRA Share: 35,156,000.00

Maribojoc

Income Class: Fourth Population: 18113 Total Land Area: 6,956.00 No. of Barangays: 22 No. of Households: 3874 IRA Share: 36,729,862.00

Balilihan

Income Class: Fourth Population: 27997 Total Land Area: 9,629.00 No. of Barangays:: 35 No. of Households: 5021 IRA Share: 48,972,204.00

Panglao

Income Class: Fourth Population: 25558 Total Land Area: 4,778.47 No. of Barangays: 10 No. of Households: 4481 IRA Share: 43,009,555.00

Buenavista

Income Class: Fourth Population: 27997 Total Land Area: 9,629.00 No. of Barangays:: 35 No. of Households: 5021 IRA Share: 48,972,204.00

Sagbayan

Income Class: Fourth Population: 20720 Total Land Area: 6,919.72 No. of Barangays: 24 No. of Households: 3913 IRA Share: 36,201,846.00

Getafe

Income Class: Third Population: 36000 Total Land Area: 15,584.00 No. of Barangays: 24 No. of Households: 6577 IRA Share: 55,228,572.00

Corella

Income Class: Fifth Population: 7471 Total Land Area: 3,722.14 No. of Barangays: 8 No. of Households: 1478 IRA Share: 26,206,260.00

Dauis

Income Class: Fourth Population: 43724 Total Land Area: 4,457.51 No. of Barangays: 12 No. of Households: 8419 IRA Share: 52,972,738.00

Sikatuna

Income Class: Fifth Population: 8178 Total Land Area: 3,822.80 No. of Barangays: 10 No. of Households: 1363 IRA Share: 25,478,747.00

Catigbian

Income Class: Fifth Population: 14586 Total Land Area: 3,298.71 No. of Barangays: 14 No. of Households: 3042 IRA Share: 32,235,736.00

San Isidro

Income Class: Fifth Population: 9436 Total Land Area: 6,003.05 No. of Barangays: 12 No. of Households: 2018 IRA Share: 29,470,232.00

Calape

Income Class: Third Population: 27921 Total Land Area: 8,217.62 No. of Barangays: 33 No. of Households: 6111 IRA Share: 48,713,040.00

Tubigon

Income Class: Third Population: 31646 Total Land Area: 15,263.03 No. of Barangays: 20 No. of Households: 6232 IRA Share: 56,062,200.00

Talibon

Income Class: First Population: 71812 Total Land Area: 22,400.00 No. of Barangays: 25 No. of Households: 13549 IRA Share: 81,506,425.94

Clarin

Income Class: Fifth Population: 19088 Total Land Area: 5,212.50 No. of Barangays: 24 No. of Households: 4173 IRA Share: 37,359,575.00

Inabanga

IIncome Class: Third Population: 47777 Total Land Area: 13,368.65 No. of Barangays: 50 No. of Households: 9118 IRA Share: 68,144,176.00

Tagbilaran City Income Class: Third Population: 92297 Total Land Area: 3,270.10 No. of Barangays: 15 No. of Households: 18,358 IRA Share: 252,530,015.00

Trinidad

Income Class: Third Population: 28,828 Total Land Area: 15,263.034 has No. of Barangays: 20 No. of Households: 6,400 IRA Share: 53,404,633.00

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executive summary The D’ONE Cluster of DILG Bohol satisfactorily

pated in the Orientation on the Community-

implemented the Programs, Activities and Pro-

Based Monitoring System. The system on

jects of the Department in CY 2012. All 24 LGUs

Tracking LGU Responsiveness to the MDGs

conducted the roll-out twice for the Seal of Good

is already in place in the 24 LGUs. The LGUs

Housekeeping, in July 2012 (for the Gawad Pama-

of the D’ One Cluster have updated its Citizen’s

na ng Lahi) and September 2012 for the assessment

Charter pursuant to the provisions of the Anti-

proper. The Cluster LGUs were able to update

Red Tape Act. All LGUs passed the ARTA

their Local Governance Performance Manage-

Report Card Survey. The member LGUs held

ment System for the year 2012 and uploaded in the

trainings on the Registry System For Basic

LGPMS website on time through the facilitation

Sectors in Agriculture. All 558 barangays of

of their respective MLGOOs. MLGOO Sharon M. Halasan of LGU-Clarin was accorded the recog-

MLGOO Sharon M. Halasan of LGU

nition as the Best LGU Coordinator on LGPMS.

Clarin was accorded the recognition

There were four hundred fifty-three (453) or 81% of the barangays that formulated their State of

as the Best LGU Coordinator on LGPMS.

Barangay Governance Reports based on the implementation and result of the Barangay Governance

the Cluster attained a 100% compliance to func-

Performance Management System. Subject to

tionality of all Barangay Development Coun-

Regional confirmation, all 24 LGUs have posted the

cils and other BBIs.

15 financial documents, including the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund in compliance to the Full Disclosure Policy. All 558 barangays of D’ONE Cluster conducted two (2) Barangay Assemblies for the year in review. The Cluster MLGOOs and MPDCs partici-

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was endorsed to the Regional Office for the Gawad

nership with the Ugnayan ng mga Barangay at

Pamana ng Lahi. The Municipalities of Talibon

Simbahan (UBAS) allows civil society organi-

and Dauis were declared winners of the Lupong

zations, public organizations, the academe and

Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards. Maribojoc’s

religious groups to participate in local gov-

LGU-LED Cadastral Survey/Simultaneous System-

ernance to monitor LGU budgets and public

atic Adjudication Project was conferred last Janu-

services in the local governments.

ary 30, 2012 as one of the Ten Outstanding Local The Cluster members worked for the CodiThe Cluster members worked for the Codification of Ordinances under the NEO Program

fication of Ordinances under the NEO Program in CY 2012. A good number of demanddriven trainings have been conducted in the member LGUs of D’ONE Cluster, including the

Governance Programs in the Galing Pook Awards

Integrated Sangguniang Kabataan Organi-

2011. The Municipality of Tubigon is chosen as

zational Leadership and Reorientation-Basic

one of the national finalists and the Regional win-

Orientation Seminar and Katarungang Pam-

ner in the 2012 Search for the Presidential Award

barangay. The City of Tagbilaran is implement-

for Child-Friendly Municipalities and Cities –

ing the MDG-FACES Program. Advocacy

1st-3rd Class Municipalities Category. The Cluster

is conducted for the Scholarship Program

participated in the Mapping of Civil Society Or-

for LGUs. The LGU-run Trinidad Municipal

ganizations under the “Vigilance to Volunteer-

College and the LGU led Land Administration

ism: Program Intensifying People’s Engagement

Management Program of Maribojoc were docu-

in Local Governance” (V2V PIPELOG). LSB

mented for its Good Practices, particularly on

Strengthening was applied through the main-

its financial independence. Advocacy on HIV/

streaming of CSOs in LSBs and other committees.

AIDS was done by the Cluster. The Aksyon

The Cluster also participated in the Public-Private

Barangay Kontra Dengue Program served

Partnership (PPP) Orientation. The DILG’s part-

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Cluster Mainstreamed Gender in Local Governance through various activities and programs. The

gram for Local Economic Development.

The Cluster also participated in En-

Empowerment of the Poor Program was im-

hancing LGU Capacity on CCA/DRRM Pro-

plemented through the conditional cash transfer

gram. All the 24 LGUs have allocated in their

program led by the DSWD. All 24 LGUs of the

annual budget 5% for the Local Disaster Risk

cluster posted their financial documents and bid

Reduction Management Fund. Calamity

offerings in the Full Disclosure Policy Portal and

Response Protocols were observed by the 24

conspicuous places to pursue Public Transpar-

LGUs. The Cluster likewise endeavored for the

ency. The Cluster provided Administrative Guid-

adoption of the Climate Change Adaptation

ance through the Provision of Legal Opinions,

Act. Trainings were held for the Strengthening

Fact-Finding Investigations and Administrative

of Institutional Capacity for Disaster Prepar-

Assistance to LGUs/LG Officials. The field offic-

edness. The Cluster members advocated for the

ers also assisted the Processing of Death Benefit

sustenance of the Billion Trees Project in the

Claims of Barangay Officials. A database was

558 barangays of the Cluster. Efforts have been

kept for the Barangay Profiling System. Direc-

made to effectively monitor Compliance to

tives from the Central Office were disseminated

Solid Waste Management Act.

to the LGUs. D’ONE Cluster, through the Cluster The Cluster likewise endeavored for

Head assisted the Provincial Roads Management

the adoption of the Climate Change

Facility Implementation. The Special Local Road

Adaptation Act.

Funds is implemented in the City of Tagbilaran. Eight (8) LGUs of the Cluster are the pilot areas of the Streamlining the Business Permit & Licensing System. The 24 LGUs have their designated or

The Cluster is fortunate as five (5) of

appointed Local Economic Investment Promo-

its member LGUs are recipients of the Sagana

tions Officer under the Local Economic Develop-

at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat Program of the

ment (LED) for LGUs. The PADAYON-BMT is a

DILG, Department of Health and National

recipient of the Local Governance Support Pro-

Anti-Poverty Commission. The 24 LGUs supANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 28


ported the Strengthening the Local Council for

their functions. The award is bestowed

the Protection of Children, including the put-

to performing Punong Barangays, Baran-

ting up of the Local Committee on Trafficking

gay Kagawad, Secretary, Treasurer and

and implementation of Capacity Development

SK Chairperson. In the provincial level,

Project for VAW Desk. Advocacy activities were

most of the winners are coming from the

conducted for the Localization Project of Juve-

barangays of the towns of Cluster 1 and

nile Justice and Welfare Act. The Cluster pro-

almost bagged the top recognition in the

vided Secretariat Services and Strengthened the

various categories.

Local Peace & Order Councils through scores of activities. The Barangay Peace and Order Coun-

The Cluster members committed to

cils are also functional. The members regularly

build the team through the Integrity

interacted with the Management Coordinating

Circle and Cluster Team-Building

Councils. The field officers advocated for the In-

Activity.

formal Settlers Assistance Program in the LGUs.

The Municipality of San Isidro is a re-

cipient of the 5Ps or the Panibagong Paraan sa

Nine (9) out of ten (10)

Pagpapalakas ng Pamahalaang Panlokal and

winners of the five categories

other Innovative Programs. Nine (9) out ten

of the Search for The

(10)winners of the five categories of the Search for The Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year came from D’ONE Cluster. The annual

Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year came from D’ ONE Cluster

search for the Ten Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year (TOBOY) is designed to give recognition to Barangay Officials of Region 7 who have shown exemplary performance in the discharge of ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 29


Outcome 1: Empowered & Accountable LGUs LG Performance Management Program Seal of Good Housekeeping The Seal of Good Housekeeping for 2012 was scaled up by virtue of DILG MC No. 2012-78. For the year in review, LGUs that were recipients in 2011 were assessed using the Silver criteria. The remaining LGUs that did not qualify in 2011 were appraised using the Bronze criteria. The cross-posting approach was applied. In D’ONE Cluster, all 24 LGUs conducted the roll-out twice, one in July 2012 (for the Gawad Pamana ng Lahi) and the other in September 2012 for the assessment proper. The C/MLGOOs and partners from the non-government organization/people’s organization conducted the assessment. It is worth noting that in the D’ONE Cluster, 23 LGUs or 96% of the total LGUs in the cluster were assessed using the Silver criteria. The municipality of Cortes was assessed using the Bronze criteria. The Regional Management already validated the results of the assessment on-site by reviewing the documents submitted such as COA findings, posting of full disclosure requirements in three conspicuous places in the LGUs, BAC composition and functionality, PHILGEPS uploading and rating of the Anti-Red Tape Program Report Card Survey for Silver category. For Cortes, the COA findings and posting of full disclosure documents were validated.

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Local Governance Performance Management System The Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS) is an assessment and development tool that measures the overall performance of the Local Government Unit (LGU). It is a webbased, self-assessment tool that measures LGU performance in key governance areas and provides information on the status of LGUs in terms of local governance and development. It assesses LGU performance on the areas of administrative, social, economic, and environmental governance, and fundamentals of good governance which include transparency, participation and financial accountability. For D’ONE Cluster of the province of Bohol, all 24 LGUs were able to update their LGPMS for the year 2012 and upload in the LGPMS website on time through the facilitation of their respective MLGOOs. The State of Local Governance Report (SLGR) were then formulated by the LGUs as result to the implementation of the LGPMS. It is noteworthy that per LGPMS website, Clarin is the first municipality in Region VII that uploaded its updates. MLGOO Sharon M. Halasan of LGU-Clarin was also accorded the recognition as the Best LGU Coordinator on LGPMS being the fourth municipality in the entire nation to encode the data online maximizing her own innovations. The Table below shows that all the twenty four (24) or 100% of the municipalities of the D’ONE Cluster accomplished their State of Local Governance Reports. Twenty-two (22) or 92% of the LGUs conducted utilization conference and only two(2) or 8 % conducted dialogue with LCE only. In the conduct of the State of Municipality/City Address by the Local Chief Executives, twenty (20) or 83% of the LGUs conducted it and only four (4) or 17% were not able to conduct. Pursuing the advocacy for good governance, all the MLGOOs of the D’ONE cluster facilitated the successful conduct of such activities in their respective LGUs. Table 1. SLGR Utilization Conference CITY / DATE OF MUNICIPALITY UTILIZATION CONFERENCE Tagbilaran City June 4, 2012 Alburquerque Antequera

August 8, 2012 June 21, 2012

Baclayon Balilihan

June 19, 2012 August 6, and 9, 2012

VENUE

NUMBER OF ATTENDIES

CONDUCTED SOMA / SOCA

CMO Conference Room SB Session Hall Antequera Training Center SB Session Hall Mayor’s Office and SB Session Hall

32

35 45

√ √

15 25 and 10

√ √

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CITY / MUNICIPALITY Buenavista

DATE OF UTILIZATION CONFERENCE October 6, 2012

Calape

July 21, 2012

Catigbian Clarin

July 12, 2012 June 27, 2012

Corella

June 15, 2012

Cortes

May 30, 2012

Danao Dauis

May 7, 2012 September 19, 2012 July 4, 2012 SB Session Hall September 4, 2012 SB Session Hall August 1, 2012 Executive Conference Hall February 27, 2012 SB Session Hall None-Dialogue with LCE only July 24,2012 SB Session Hall None-Dialogue with LCE only June 17, 2012 SB Session Hall April 10, 2012 Cultural Center May 3, 2012 SB Session Hall July 26, 2012 JJ’s Foodstream, Tubigon

Getafe Inabanga Loon Maribojoc Panglao Sagbayan San Isidro Sikatuna Talibon Trinidad Tubigon

VENUE Buenavista Cultural Center Office of the Mayor SB Session Hall MO Conference Room 2ndFloor Lobby Municipal Bldg. Office of the Mayor Mayor’s Office SB Session Hall

NUMBER OF ATTENDIES

CONDUCTED SOMA / SOCA

320

20

46 20

√ √

28

12

No

17 50

√ √

56 15 22

No √ √

27

√ √

18

√ √

35 300 35 100

No √ No √

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Barangay Governance Performance Management System The Barangay Governance Performance Management System is an assessment tool that measures the barangay’s delivery of services and accomplishments in relation to their functions as mandated in the 1991 Local Government Code (RA 7160) and other related issuances. The BGPMS focuses on Governance, Administration, Social Services, Economic Development and Environmental Management. The formulation of BGPMS aims to promote policy and program reforms at the barangay level. The Table below shows that out of the total 558 barangays that compose the D’ONE Cluster municipalities, there were 453 or 81% of the barangays that formulated their State of Barangay Governance Reports based on the implementation and result of the Barangay Governance Performance Management System. The regional target is only 20% or 112 barangays out of the total number of barangays in D’ ONE Cluster. This means that the number of barangays with SBGR exceeded 341or 33% compared to the target. Of the 453 barangays with SBGR, 344 or 76% conducted the SBGR/BGPMS utilization conferences. The total number of barangays that conducted utilization still exceeded the regional target. Aiming to promote policy and program reforms at the barangay level, the MLGOOs facilitated the effective implementation of the BGPMS in their assigned LGUs. Table 2. BGPMS / SBGR Utilization No. of Barangays

558

NO. OF BARANGAYS WITH / WITHOUT BGPMS/SBGR WITH WITHOUT 453

105

CONDUCT OF SBGR/BGPMS UTILIZATION CONFERENCE CONDUCTED NONE 344

109

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Monitoring Compliance to Full Disclosure Policy/Policy Audit and Compliance Tracking System

All LGUs fully complied

with the Full Disclosure Policy of Local Budget and Finances, Bids and Public Offerings, as stated in DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2011-134 dated September 19, 2011 and Section 84 of FY 2012 General Appropriations Act.

Per Regional Validation from October 22-30, 2012, all 24 LGUs have posted the 15 financial documents, including the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 34


Conduct of Barangay Assembly Day All 558 barangays of D’ONE Cluster conducted Barangay Assemblies for the year in review. The C/ MLGOOs coordinated with their respective Liga ng mga Barangays for the mechanics of the assemblies. The accomplishments of the previous semester were reported by the Punong Barangays as well as the plans and targets. The financial reports were rendered by the Barangay Treasurers. The Barangay Kagawads reported the accomplishments and targets of their respective committees. Visitors like the city/municipal officials and functionaries were given the opportunity to interact with the residents. The people were also given the chance to share their concerns. Monitoring reports were submitted by the cluster members to the Office of the Provincial Director on time.

Upscaling Community-Based Monitoring System

An Orientation on the Community-Based Monitoring System was conducted on August 9,

2012 at JJ’s Seafoods Village, Tagbilaran City. The 24 C/MLGOOs and their counterparts, the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinators participated in the activity. The municipality of Antequera already provided budgetary allocation of P 200,000.00 for the implementation of CBMS in 2013, particularly in getting the baseline data of every household. Advocacy for the adoption of the tool in the 23 other LGUs are on-going.

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Tracking LGU Responsiveness to the MDGs The 24 LGUs of the cluster through the C/MLGOOs and MPDCs underwent the orientation on the Enhanced MDG M & E Tracking System. The system is relatively in place in the 24 LGUs. The tracking forms were already submitted to the DILG Provincial Office.

Compliance to Anti-Red Tape Act To comply with the mandates of Republic Act 9485, the LGUs of the D’ ONE Cluster have continuously updated its Citizen’s Charter. Each local government unit has complied with all the mandatory requirements needed in setting up the Citizens Charter as reflected in Table 3.

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Table 3. Compliance to LGU Citizen Charter

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Moreover, the 558 barangays of the D’ ONE Cluster also implemented RA 9485 to combat red tape. Each barangay have also formulated their own Barangay Citizen’s Charter as their own guide in effectively and efficiently serving their constituents. Majority of the barangays are compliant in posting their Citizens Charter utilizing information billboards, tarpaulin and published materials. Furthermore, the Citizens Charter of the 558 barangays of the D’ ONE Cluster have complied as to the contents of the Charter, such as the Vision and Mission statement, list of front line services and clienteles, the procedures in obtaining the service, the officer or employee responsible for each step, maximum processing time, the documentary requirements, processing fee, complaint procedure, feedback mechanism and the allowable period for extension of the service.

Table 4. Compliance to Barangay Citizens’ Charter No. of C/M

24

Barangays

558

CITIZEN’S CHARTER FORM ELEMENTS 1. Information Billboards (Tarpaulin)

2. Published Materials (manual / brochures/ flyers)

176

187

1. Citizen’s Charter containing the following: a) Vision and Mission

b) List of frontline services and clientele

c) Procedure in obtaining a service

d) Officer of employee responsible for each step

e) Maximum Processing Time

f) Documentary requirements per service

g) Processing Fee

h) Complaint Procedure

i) Feedback Mechanism

j) Allowable period extension of the service

210

175

185

193

188

187

184

192

186

176

3. Public Assistance Desk or Complaint Desk

210

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ARTA Report Card Survey

As a component to the Seal of Good Housekeep-

ing, the Anti-Red Tape Act Report Card Survey was rolled-out in July and August in CY 2012. All 24 LGUs qualified for the SGH as these have Good or Excellent ratings.

The cross-posting approach was utilized by the

Cluster during the field interviews. The offices subjected to the survey were the Local Civil Registrar and Municipal Health Offices.

Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture

The Cabinet Cluster on Good Governance and

Anti- Corruption has included Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA) as one of the key programs for the Digitization Sub-cluster. The major agencies involved in the implementation of this project are DBM, DILG, DA, and NSO. RSBSA is an electronic compilation of basic information on farmers, farm laborers and fishermen as the target beneficiaries of agriculture- related programs and services. RSBSA database envisions manageable access to baseline agricultural information by government stakeholders. All Cluster LGUs have organized the registration team and had conducted the 4th level training as shown in Table 5.

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Table 5: RSBSA Compliance Name / Title of Activity / Training / Project / Program / Orientation Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture ( RSBSA)Fourth Level

Date/s Conducted

LGU

September 17-20

Calape,Corella, Cortes ,Danao, Dauis, Sikatuna, Antequera ( 1st Batch), Tagbilaran City Clarin, Catigbian,Loon (1st batch), Panglao, Trinidad Balilihan, Getafe Albur, Antequera, Baclayon,Inabanga( 1st batch), Loon (2nd batch), Sagbayan

September 18-21 September 19-22 Sept. 24-27, 2012

Monitoring the functionality of Barangay Development Councils

The D’ONE Cluster takes pride in the 100% compliance to functionality of all Barangay Devel-

opment Councils (BDCs). These are very essential as the annual appropriations of the barangay passes through this body. Enabling issuance shows that there are 443 BDC’s or roughly 79.11% are supported by Resolutions while the remaining 117 (20.89%) are supported by executive issuance. Table 6. BDC Functionality No. of Barangays

558 (Percentage)

NUMBER OF BDC

ORGANIZATION

Basic

Progressive

Mature

Ideal

No. of Brgys With Presence of Resolution Organizing BDC

No. of Brgys With Presence of E.O. Organizing BDC

43 7.68

276 49.29

223 39.82

18 3.21

443 79.11

115 20.89

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LG Awards and Incentive Program Performance Challenge Fund Five (5) municipalities of the cluster are recipients of the One Million Pesos Performance Challenge Fund used to fund the eligible projects. These are the LGUs of Balilihan, Clarin, Dauis, Maribojoc, Panglao. The projects include the following: Table 7. PCF Projects of D’ ONE Cluster LGU 1. Balilihan

2. Catigbian 3. Clarin 4. Dauis 5. Maribojoc

PCF PROJECTS OF D’ONE CLUSTER PCF Projects Number of Barangays and total Households Served Cabad - 118 HHs; Provision of Potable Water Haguilanan Grande - 58. Supply in Barangays Sto. Nino, Del Rosario, Hanopol Este, Tagustusan & Cogon (under Pumping Unit # 7) and Barangay Sal-ing, San Roque, Sagasa, Boctol, San Isidro & Cantomimbo (under Pumping Unit # 3) (2011 PCF) Development of Abatan River 2,400 local and foreign tourfor Eco Tourism Infrastrucists per year ture Project. RHU Building and Birthing Average of 300 pregnant Center women per year Waterworks Development 3,000 households System Maribojoc Integrated ReMunicipal Wide: Total Popusources Development and lation of 18,133 Management Program

Status Completed

Completed Completed Completed Completed

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Gawad Pamana ng Lahi

The entry of the cluster, the municipality of Tubigon was endorsed to the Regional Office for the Gawad Pamana ng Lahi. It fared well in its Overall Performance Index of the LGPMS, awards and innovation, particularly on its efficient irrigation system.

Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Award

The Municipalities of Talibon and Dauis were declared winners of the Lupong Tagapamayapa

Incentive Awards (LTIA) – provincial level search. The Lupong Tagapamaya Incentive Award (LTIA) is a recognition bestowed to best performing Lupon that demonstrates exemplary performance in the implementation of the Katarungang Pambarangay law. It evaluates and assesses the Lupons based on the 3 major criteria- efficiency in operations, effectiveness in securing the KP objectives and creativity and resourcefulness of the Lupong Tagapamayapa.

The Lupong Tagapamayapa of Barangay Sto. Nino,

Talibon, Bohol was proclaimed winner of the Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Awards for the 1st-3rd Class Municipalities category in the province. Barangay Pooc Oriental, Tubigon, Bohol is a Runner-Up under this category. Barangay Songculan, Dauis was also adjudged as the Provincial winner of the Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Awards (LTIA) for the 4th-6th Class Municipalities category. On September 26, 2012, the awards were conferred by no less than His Excellency President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino during the Barangay Officials Day Celebration at the Bohol Wisdom School Gym. Punong Barangays Lorenzo Artiaga and Alan Mangmang of Barangay Sto. Nino, Talibon and Songculan, Dauis representing their respective Lupons received the award, respectively together with MLGOOs Maura Justol and Maria Dulce Alforque. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 42


Galing Pook Award Maribojoc’s LGU-LED Cadastral Survey/Simultaneous Systematic Adjudication Project was conferred as one of the Ten Outstanding Local Governance Programs in the Galing Pook Awards 2011. The Awarding Ceremony took place last January 30, 2012 at the Rizal Hall, Malacañang Palace, Manila with President Benigno S. Aquino III as Guest of Honor. Mayor Leoncio B. Evasco, Jr. accepted the award with Vice-Mayor Fructuoso F. Redulla, Jr. and all members of the Sangguniang Bayan of Maribojoc, Bohol. The local government was recognized for its leadership in providing tenurial security to people who waited 43 long years to secure a land title. Since the project started, land valuation has appreciated and there has been a significant increase in Real Property Tax (RPT) collection of the municipality.

Presidential Award for Child- Friendly Municipalities 2012 For the 4th time, the Municipality of Tubigon is chosen as one of the national finalists and the Regional winner in the 2012 Search for the Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Municipalities and Cities – 1st-3rd Class Municipalities Category. The members of the National Awards Committee (NAC) visited the municipality on October 22-25, 2012 to conduct validation and final assessment. The Awarding Ceremony will be held at Malacanang Palace in Manila on December 10, 2012. The Presidential Award is considered as a self-assessment mechanism of the level of child-friendliness of a particular city or municipality that gives recognition to LGUs that put in place a “child-friendly” environment and upholds the rights of Filipino children to survival, development, protection and participation. The municipalities of Tubigon and Catigbian were adjudged as Provincial Winners for the Child-Friendly Municipality for 1st - 3rd Class and 4th-6th Class, respectively. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 43


Enhancing CSO Partnership Program Vigilance to Volunteerism (V2V): Program Intensifying People’s Engagement in Local Governance:

CSO Mapping The Mapping of Civil Society Organizations form part of the project “Vigilance to Volunteerism: Program Intensifying People’s Engagement in Local Governance” (V2V PIPELOG). The duration of the activity was from October 10, 2012 to October 25, 2012. The City of Tagbilaran and the municipalities of Alburquerque, Antequera, Baclayon, Balilihan, Cortes, Dauis, Maribojoc and Sagbayan participated in the process which attracted 10 NGOs, nine POs, one cooperative, three civic organizations, two social movements and two professional associations coming from D’ONE Cluster.

BBI Strengthening For the year 2012, the member municipalities and city of the D’ONE Cluster had been working with non-government organizations and people’s organization in the usual channel. These are the Local Development Councils, the Local Peace and Order Councils, Local Anti-Drug Abuse Councils, Local Council for the Protection Children, the Local Health Boards, the Local School Boards, Local Ecological Solid Waste Management Board, the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils, among other committees in the LGUs.

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Civil society representatives were also tapped during the evaluation of the Ten Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year, Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Award, Full Disclosure Policy and Seal of Good Housekeeping. In addition, also present in the cluster is a unique inter-municipal collaboration of the municipalities of Panglao, Dauis and Baclayon. Binding together effort to preserve the bio-diversity of the so-called Bohol Marine Triangle, the three municipalities formed and jointly financed an NGO, the so-called Panglao Dauis Baclayon - Bohol Marine Triangle, more popularly known as “PADAYONBMT”. Its activities range from underwater bio-mass assessment and the design of measures and interventions for its preservation and sustainability. PADAYON-BMT is currently partnering with the Local Government Support Program for Local Economic Development (LGSP-LED), a technical grant from the Canadian Government. It embarks into more ambitious teaming of the three municipalities to complement each other in the clustered tourism area development blue print. At the barangay level, it is also noted that the barangay based institutions are working with the people’s organizations and non-government organizations. The Cluster also facilitated the attendance of NGOs/POs to the CSO Orientation on DILG Programs: An Approach towards Effective Partnership on October 10, 2012 Heritage Crab House Seafood Restaurants, Mansasa Seaside, Tagbilaran City. All 24 LGUs of the Cluster were represented.

Support to Public-Private-Partnership The Cluster members attended the CBMS Orientation on August 9, 2012 at JJ’s Seafood Village was the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Orientation being handled by the National Economic Development Authority representatives.

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A version of this PPP is reported by the MLGOO of Sagbayan, Suzette Guadalquiver. The

United Families Transformational Development Inc. (UFTDI) of World Vision based in Sagbayan together with the World Vision based in LAO headed by Anita D. Horton, Public Engagement Director and the LAO Government National Committee for Rural Development and Poverty Eradication headed by Chit Thavisay, Director General of Planning and International Cooperation visited the municipality of Sagbayan, Bohol last September 27, 2012 to see the construction of a classroom in Canmano Elementary School funded by UFTDI, Barangay & the Municipal Governments. The delegation was being met by MLGOO Suzette E. Guadalquiver and Liga President Eduardo Tapales.

Ugnayan ng Barangay at Simbahan (UBAS) Project The DILG’s partnership with the Ugnayan ng mga Barangay at Simbahan (UBAS) allows civil society organizations, public organizations, the academe and religious groups to participate in local governance to monitor LGU budgets and public services in the local governments. An accredited Interfaith/Faith Based Organization forged partnership with the DILG to conduct such activity in the LGUs. Per DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2011-58 dated April 25, 2011 signed by the late Secretary Jesse M. Robredo, the NACPHIL entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the DILG relative to the conduct of values formation, good governance and good citizenship program in the LGUs. The program aims to orient and familiarize the participants with basic knowledge about Barangay Chaplaincy and the significance of the Moral Recovery and Values Formation Movement and Programs. For the D’ ONE Cluster, table below showed the status of implementation of the Ugnayan sa Barangay at Simbahan Program. Out of the total 558 barangays, there were 294 or 53% which implemented the UBAS.

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Table 8. Status of Implementation of UBAS Project. City / Municipality

Total No. of Barangays

Alburquerque

11

Balilihan

31

Buenavista

35

No. of Forged partnership with Faith Based barangays Organizations implemented the (Name of Organization) UBAS 11 San Isidro Labrador Chapel, San Roque Chapel, Sto. Nino,San Aguatin, Sta. Filomena Organizations and San Jose Devotional Club 25 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, San Roque Chapel, Basic Ecclesia; Community, Iglesia ni Cristo, Baptist, Parish and Chapel Pastoral Councils, CFC and family Life Apostolate, CWL, Assembly of God 35 Gagmayng Simbahanong Katilingban

Catigbian

22

22

Clarin Cortes

24 14

24 14

Dauis

12

12

Inabanga Maribojoc

50 22

50 22

Talibon Trinidad Tubigon

25 20 34

25 20 34

Total

300

294

NACPHIL, Parish Youth Ministry, Parich/Barangay Pastoral Council NACPHIL Dela Paz Parish Pastoral Council, Fatima, Puntod, Upper Bitton, Lower Bitton, Lourdes, Malayo Norte, Sto Nino, Monserrrat, New Lourdes, patrocinio, San Vicente, Rosario, Salvador, San Roque Chapels Associations Local Chapel, Dauis Catholic Church (Fred Nistal) Barangay Pastoral Council CCD, Parish Pastoral Council, Lay Ministers Barangay Pastoral Council Barangay Pastoral Council Chapel Pastoral Council

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Capacity Development Program Newly-Elected Officials Program Assistance on the Codification of Ordinances

It is worth noting that D’ ONE Cluster finds the importance of incorporating the ordinances enacted by their respected local sanggunian. For CY 2012, the cluster members had extended technical assistance in the Codification of Ordinances, as shown in the Table below: Table 9. List of Draft Codes LGU Alburquerque

Baclayon Balilihan

Buenavista Clarin Cortes Danao

Dauis Getafe Talibon San Isidro

Code Gender and Development Code Investment and Tax Incentive Code Gender and Development Code Local Investments and Incentive Code Municipal Tourism Code Revenue Code (revision ) Local Investments and Incentive Code Local Investments and Incentive Code Gender and Development Code Revenue Code (revision) Gender and Development Code Environmental Code Fishery Code Local Revenue Code (revision) Revenue Code

Status Approved as Ordinance No. 08, series of 2012, November 5, 2012 Approved on 2nd Reading on November 5, 2012 Approved on February 13, 2012

Revision approved on October 15, 2012

For Public Hearing on-going Updated on August 22, 2012 Approved on March 2012

Updating

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Demand-Driven Trainings on ASEEV

“Sharpening the Saw“ of the Newly-Elected Officials (NEO) Program was designed to enhance the leadership, managerial, and technical capabilities of the local officials to effectively deliver their duties and responsibilities. With this in mind, members of D’ ONE Cluster undertook significant Capacity Building initiatives in the different cluster LGUs. The team sufficiently answered the demand -driven capacity development needs of the LGUs and officials. The areas of local governance addressed by the various trainings were focused on the ASEEV development areas: Administrative Governance - ELA Assessment, Replanning and Budgeting. MLGOO Sarmiento facilitated the conduct last September 19-20 as it served the basis for planning and budgeting . - ISKOLAR-BOS. Almost all cluster LGUs had conducted the Integrated Sangguniang Kabataan Organizational Leadership and Reorientation ( ISKOLAR-BOS) for CY 2012 except for Tagbilaran City who conducted same seminar last CY 2011. - Write-shop on the Updated Record of Barangay Inhabitats Ordinance was conducted by Tagbilaran City last March 26 Social Governance - Fire Brigade and Disaster Trainings were conducted in the municipalities of Alburquerque, Panglao, Maribojoc, Trinidad and Tubigon. Physical Fitness and Skill Enhancement through Drills and Sports Competition was highlighted by LGU Maribojoc. - Katarungang Pambarangay Seminar. To strengthen the Lupons, trainings were conducted at LGUs of Tagbilaran , Baclayon , Cortes , Catigbian and Loon. - BCPC Orientation. Being awarded Child Friendly Municipality, LGU Tubigon re-oriented their BCPC last April 3. - BPOC Orientation was conducted by LGU Antequera last February and on the month of March - GAD Orientation Economic Governance - ALL cluster LGUs had conducted the Registry System on Basic Sectors in Agriculture-Fourth Level within the time frame of between September 17 to November 17. As DILG Officer was tasked of ensuring the smooth implementation of the registration activity in all barangays.

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Environmental Governance - Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Management and Solid Waste Management was conducted by LGUs of Clarin and Alburquerque and Dauis, respectively Valuing Fundamental of Governance - Team Building of Local Officials for LGU Dauis was conducted last July 6-7 - E-Tracs Orientation and Orientation on RA 6713 was conducted by LGUs of Dauis and Clarins - Orientation of Full Disclosure Policy was conducted by LGU Inabanga

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Integrated Sangguniang Kabataan Organizational Leadership and Reorientation-Basic Orientation Seminar (ISKOLAR-BOS) The Cluster rolled-out the Integrated Sangguniang Kabataan Organizational Leadership and Reorientation-Basic Orientation Seminar in the First Quarter of CY 2012.

Katarungang Pambarangay Most of the Cluster LGUs conducted trainings in CY 2012 to enhance the knowledge and skills of the lupon members. In Tagbilaran City, the trainings were conducted in partnership with the Philippine Center for Civic Education and Democracy (PCCED) that resulted in the federation of all lupon members.

Local Legislative Award The Sanggunians of the City of Tagbilaran and the Municipality of Maribojoc are the provincial winners for the Local Legislative Award (LLA) for component city and 4th-6th class municipalities categories, respectively.

MDG - FACES Program

The signing of the memorandum of agreement on May 30, 2012 has allowed the City Government to take off and start the implementation of the project. Guided by the City’s vision of becoming a highly livable city by 2020: the Family Haven of the Philippines and its values: God-loving, hospitable and family-oriented the City Government finds the FACES Project an ideal program for the families in the slum communities especially in one of the urban barangays. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 51


The project is pilot-tested in Manga, one of the most populated barangays of the City. Manga is famous for its rich aquatic resources making fishing a primary livelihood thus attracting informal settlers and populating the slum communities. The program has also mobilized the key offices of the City Government and initially these offices were involved in identifying the project site and setting of criteria for the selection of families. Involvement of the NGOs and other agencies in the project through the quick response mechanisms is also seen as a continuing public-private partnership of the City. With the active leadership of City Vice Mayor, Nuevas T. Montes and CLGOO Mar Roxas, the following activities have been conducted in relation to the expected outputs indicated in the Terms of Reference and the Memorandum of Agreement with the Local Government Academy. Table 10. Activities of MDG Faces Project Completed Activities Activities Conducted Expected Output 1.a. Slum community 1. MDG FACES Project Orientation selected and mobia. Key offices and partner NGOs parlized ticipated in the setting of criteria and affirmed the pre-selected barangay as project site b. Criteria for selection of beneficiary families set 2. Onsite Visit and Validation a. Tool based on the criteria set was used for the visit and validation of the 40 families which were identified by Manga Barangay Council

1.b. 4-man project team assigned 1.c. Family MDG Covenant developed

Date COnducted June 13, 2012

June 19, 2012 June 20, 2012 June 22, 2012 June 27, 2012 July 28, 2012

3. Project Orientation and Familiarization a. Conduct of a half-day orientation on the project b. Election of officers and groupings SP Resolution # 12-60 Series of 2012 June 14, 2012 Executive Order # June 15, 2012 Series of meetings of the Project Team July 13, 2012 July 16, 2012 July 18, 2012

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Scholarship Program for LGUs

The cluster members advocated and disseminated the scholarship programs of the national

government agencies and foreign donors to the 24 LGUs for the year in review.

Scaling up Replication of Good Practices

Advocacy for the documentation of Good Prac-

tices in the 24 LGUs of D’ONE Cluster was conducted. The LGU-run Trinidad Municipal College in Trinidad, Bohol was documented and vied for the Galing Pook Award. Maribojoc’s LGU-LED Cadastral Survey/Simultaneous Systematic Adjudication Project was conferred last January 30, 2012 as one of the Ten Outstanding Local Governance Programs in the Galing Pook Awards.

Advocacy on HIV/ AIDS

All the 24 LGUs of D’ ONE Cluster, were able to organize the City/Municipal Aids Councils to

implement the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control programs, projects and activities with the Municipal Rural Health Officers, as the Focal Person. The 24 Local Aids Council of D’ ONE Cluster established regular conduct of meetings and allocated support funds for implementation of different PPAs, these includes, the counseling of OFW Spouses, community awareness campaign thru IEC activities and distribution of info materials, monitoring and treatment of STD cases and healthy lifestyle promotion.

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Aksyon Barangay Kontra Dengue Program

In response to the reported outbreak of

Dengue cases which resulted to the death of mostly young children aged 1 to 15 years old, the Department issued the Memorandum Circular No. 2012 – 16 dated January 30, 2012 to establish an inter-agency cooperation strategy to intensify the fight against dengues outbreak. Thus, all Local Government Units are mandated to enact ordinance embodying measures on dengue prevention and control and install the Ovicidal/Larvicidal Trap System (OL Trap) to detect aedes mosquito population and acts as an early warning signal to pre-empt any impending dengue outbreak.

For D’ ONE Cluster which is composed of 558 barangays, a total of 534 BLGUs or 96.34% were

able to implement strategies/actions to intensify the campaign against dengue outbreak such as the Information and Education Campaign (Awareness Level) and 541 BLGUs or 96.7% of barangays conducted clean up drive within the community.

However, there is a need to establish the administrative support mechanism such as the enact-

ment of an ordinance and allocation of funds to ensure the implementation of different strategies on dengue prevention and control. From January – October 2012, only 33 barangays or just 5.9% of BLGUs were able to enact Barangay Ordinance and a total of 238 barangays or 42.5% were able to allocate funds for the said program.

Mainstreaming Gender in Local Governance: Localizing the Magna Carta of Women All D`ONE Cluster LGUs conducted fitting activities relevant to the celebration of the Women`s Month with the theme: “Women Weathering Climate Change: Governance and Accountability, Everyone`s Responsibility”. On this occasion, the LGU of Calape recognized and awarded Outstanding Women`s Organization as active partners of the LGU. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 54


All 24 LGUs of the Cluster have organized GAD Focal Points and have functional Women`s Desks which are conducting regular advocacy on women and children`s rights in their respective LGUs during the Women`s Month Celebration. There are 489 barangays with GAD Focal Points or about 87.63% that exceeded the provincial target of 25%. For CY 2012, all the 24 LGUs have GAD databases. Some 199 barangays with GAD databases or about 35.67% which also exceeded the 10% provincial target. Cognizant to the need to strengthen women`s rights and welfare, the cluster LGUs continues to provide and equip LGUs with capacity building interventions geared towards upgrading the capacities of women. Two LGUs of the cluster, Balilihan and Catigbian were extended technical assistance on GAD as these are being piloted by the Great Women Project on Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting for CY 2013. Balilihan and Buenavista held a Mid-Year Assessment of 2012 GAD Plan Accomplishments on October 3-5, 2012 and July 25-26, 2012, respectively. Likewise, Gender Sensitivity Training was also conducted for Balilihan local officials and functionaries on March 23-25, 2012 and Trinidad early this year. The MLGOO of Talibon facilitated the conduct of GAD Seminar for all LGU Talibon employees (in two batches) at Beracha Inland Resort, Sto. Niño, Talibon last September 27 and 28, 2012. The MLGOO of Alburquerque assisted in the conduct of Stakeholders` Discussion on Sustaining Barangay Forum for a VAW-free community on August 30, 2012 at SB Session Hall, Alburquerque, Bohol. The activity was participated in by LCAT-VAWC members, Punong Barangays and all barangays GAD Focal Points. The MLGOOs of Balilihan and Buenavista attended various trainings like Seminar-Workshop on Data Utilization and Analysis, Social Marketing “Behavior Change at its Best”, Training Workshop on M & E Tool, Micro Entrepreneurs Development Framework, and LGU Assessment of GeRLGU and Gender Mainstreaming Evaluation Framework as pilot LGUs of the Great Women Project. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 55


The Tubigon Federated Barangay Councils of Women (TFBWC) was actively involved during the Women’s Month Celebration on March 16, 2012 at JJ’s Foodstream, Tubigon, Bohol. Highlights of the activity include parade, selection and coronation of the TFBCW Darling 2012 and the awarding of the WOMEN of the Year (Women of Merit, Exemplar and Nobility) 2012. On March 21, 2012, the members of the TFBWC or Presidents of the 34 Barangay Women Associations together with the women LGU personnel attended the Orientation/Forum on RA 9208 or Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act at JJ’s Foodstream, Tubigon. Ms. Rosemarie Salazar of DSWD 7 served as Resource Person of the activity. The TFBCW was a recipient of the of the livelihood assistance fund from the CDF of Cong. Rene L. Relampagos in the amount of P340,000 - Php10,000 for each barangay. As such, the group decided to engage in Swine Production/hog dispersal project. Likewise, the cluster MLGOOs provided technical assistance in the implementation of the approved GAD Codes of the following LGUs: Balilihan, Catigbian, Calape, Maribojoc, Clarin, Buenavista, Inabanga, and Talibon. The MLGOOs of Alburquerque, Baclayon, Danao, and Dauis assisted in the formulation of GAD Codes in their respective LGUs. The Cluster members also provided technical assistance to the 24 LGUs in the province of Bohol in the formulation of the CY 2012 GAD Plan and monitored its accomplishments. All LGUs have submitted their approved GAD Plans and Annual Accomplishment Reports on time.

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Empowerment of the Poor Program

For the year in review, a total of 19,945 beneficiaries in the City of Tagbilaran and the munici-

palities of Balilihan, Buenavista, Calape, Catigbian, Clarin, Danao, Getafe, Inabanga, Loon, Sagbayan, San Isidro, Talibon and Trinidad were covered by the Conditional Cash Transfer Program spearheaded by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. The program registered a 99.64% efficiency in terms of payment. The members of the cluster coordinated with the LGUs in the advocacy, planning and implementation aspects of the program. Table below shows the progress of the program in D’ONE Cluster LGUs: Table 11. 4Ps Status of Grants LGU Balilihan Buenvista Calape Catigbian Clarin Danao Getafe Inabanga Loon Sagbayan San Isidro Tagbilaran Talibon Trinidad

No. of Beneficiaries 641 2099 859 858 761 1498 2591 2471 980 945 345 599 3275 2023

Plan

Actual

Unpaid

4,111,200.00 14,204,700.00 5,732,300.00 5,918,900.00 5,288,500.00 9,353,200.00 17,605,200.00 15,551,300.00 6,803,100.00 6,533,400.00 2,239,500.00 3,653,100.00 21,561,300.00 14,097,700.00

4,099,800.00 14,200,300.00 5,716,700.00 5,912,200.00 5,286,900.00 9,299,700.00 17,600,200.00 15,523,800.00 6,768,400.00 6,511,800.00 2,237,500.00 3,597,400.00 21,347,000.00 14,069,600.00

11,400.00 4,400.00 15,600.00 6,700.00 1,600.00 53,500.00 5,000.00 27,500.00 34,700.00 21,600.00 2,000.00 55,700.00 214,300.00 28,100.00

TOTAL

19945

132,653,400.00

132,171,300.00

482,100.00

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LGU Transparency Public Disclosure All 24 LGUs of the cluster posted their financial documents and bid offerings in the Full Disclosure Policy Portal. The LGUs also posted their financial documents in their own website. Most also transacted their bid invitations through the PhilGEPS. The cluster actively pursued its partnership with the non-government organizations and people’s organizations. In fact the validation of the full disclosure documents was done in close partnership with the NGOs and POs.

Administrative Guidance Provision of Legal Opinions The 24 field officers of the cluster rendered verbal opinions to the walk-in clients while the CLGOO also catered to radio interviews.

Fact-Finding Investigations

A total of eight (8) fact-finding investigations were conducted by some MLGOOs of the Cluster: Two (2) each in Alburquerque and San Isidro and one (1) each in Antequera, Baclayon, Danao and Getafe.

Administrative Assistance to LGUs/LG Officials The 24 field officers of the Cluster disseminated the requirements in granting authority to travel abroad, leave of absences and review of intelligence funds.

Processing of Death Benefit Claims of Barangay Officials The 24 field officers disseminated the requirements for the Death Benefit Claims of deceased barangay officials. Thirteen (13) field officers assisted the processing of the death benefit claims. As of October 21, 2012 death claims were as follows: four (4) Punong Barangays - P 88,000.00; fourteen (14) Barangay Kagawads - P 168,000.00; one (1) Barangay Secretary - P 12,000.00. This is clearly illustrated in the graph below. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 58


Graph 1. Death Benefit Claim

Barangay Profiling System Reporting of updates on the Barangay Officials Information System is continuously complied by the Cluster as these are not only required by top management but also utilized in the death benefit claims.

Central Office Directives All issuances from the DILG Central Office were disseminated to the 24 LGUs of the Cluster through interfacing with the LCEs, and attendance to meetings of leagues. The cluster members saw to it that they establish rapport and professional ties with the local officials and functionaries since the Cluster believes in the importance of networking and camaraderie.

Special Celebrations The D’ONE municipalities conducted different special celebrations or events for the year 2012 with the participation and cooperation of respective assigned MLGOOs. Most of them were mandated celebrations. They were municipalities that held distinct observants.

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The following are the mandated celebrations conducted by the twenty-four (24) LGUs of D’ ONE Cluster: Women’s Celebration (March), Fire Prevention Month (March), Nutrition Month (July), Independence Day (June), Crime Prevention Month (September), Civil Service Month (September), Arbor Day (June 25), International Coastal Clean-up (September 22), Señior Citizens Day (October), Children’s Month, National Flag Day Celebration (September 18), National Arts Month (February), Children’s Month and National Disability Prevention & Awareness Week. These special celebrations aimed to increase awareness, enhance effectiveness of local, regional and national efforts to carry out specific programs and promote collaboration among LGUs, NGAs and NGOs in support to multisectoral activities.

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Outcome 2: Competitive & Business - Friendly LGUs Enhancing Economic Growth and Competitiveness of Local Governments Program Provincial Roads Management Facility Implementation The Cluster Head of D’ ONE Cluster acted as Focal Person for the Provincial Road Management Facility (PRMF) in the province. The 14 recipient barangays of the facility assisted the project management through social preparation. The extent of the project implementation (within the cluster) is shown in the Table below: Table 12. PRMF Status of Implementation ROAD NAME Area Cluster 1 Maintenance of Catigbian –San Isidro Tangnan – Acasia Roads

MUNICIPALITIES

BARANGAYS

San Isidro Catigbi-an Panglao

Poblacion and Caimbang Poblacion Weste Tangnan and Lourdes

MUNICIPALITIES San Isidro Catigbi-an Danao

BARANGAYS Poblacion and Caimbang Poblacion Weste Poblacion, Remedios and San Miguel Kagawasan and Mahayag

II. Road Rectification Projects ROAD NAME Catigbian – San Isidro Road Jct. (LIR) Mahayag - Danao Road

San Miguel III. Road Rehabilitation Projects ROAD NAME Biking-Tinago-Bingag Road

MUNICIPALITIES Dauis

BARANGAYS Biking, Tinago and Bingag

Special Local Road Funds The City of Tagbilaran is a recipient of the Special Local Roads Fund. The CLGOO regularly submits the monitoring reports. The target area of the fund is the pavement resurfacing at Jacinto Street, Poblacion III, Tagbilaran City. The funding amounts to P 946,994.00.

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Streamlining the Business Permit & Licensing System All 24 field officers supervised the implementation of the BPLS Reforms in CY 2012. All Clustered LGUs utilized the unified forms resulting to the reduction of number of signatories into five (5). An Assessment for BPLS Implementation of 21 LGUs of the Province was held on October 18, 2012 at JJ’s Seafoods Village, Tagbilaran City. The participating LGUs of the Cluster include the following: Alburquerque, Buenavista, Calape, Corella, Getafe, Inabanga, Loon, and Sikatuna. These LGUs comprise the target LGUs for BPLS in CYs 2012 and 2013. Local Economic Development (LED) for LGUs In compliance to DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2010-113 dated October 13, 2010, all the twenty four (24) LGUs of D’ONE Cluster of Bohol have their designated or appointed Local Economic Investment Promotions Officer (LEIPO), to help the LGU streamline its business processes, as well as play an active role in attracting more investments by providing an enabling environment that will generate and enhance economic activities in the locality. This is also in line with the SONA of His Excellency Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III on July 26, 2010, that creating job is foremost of his agenda. The Table below shows the inventory of LEIPOs in the 24 LGUs of D’ONE Cluster: Table 13. List of LEIPOs LGUs ALBURQUERQUE ANTEQUERA BACLAYON

Name of LEIPO Nome R. Ricalde Engr. Erasmo G. Diez Denis Misael A. Paman

BALILIHAN BUENAVISTA

Jacinta G. Bajao Efren N. Logrono

CALAPE CATIGBIAN

Manolita L. Sia Cresilda C. Rulida

CLARIN CORELLA

Victorieta Loquere Peregrina Curayag

Issuance E.O. No. 2011-01 Office Order No. 4-2011 Unnumbered Memorandum,S.2012 E.O. No. 4, s. 2011 Unnumbered Memorandum,S.2012 E.O. No. 1, s. 2011 E.O. No. 2012-08-07 E.O. 05, s. 2011 Unnumbered Memorandum,S.2012

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LGUs CORTES DANAO DAUIS GETAFE

Name of LEIPO Aileen Smirnov Saranza Jerome B. Labra Ma. Mercedes E. Salinas Eduardo Socias

Issuance E.O. No. 3, s. 2012 E.O. No. 18, s. 2012 E.O. No. 7, s. 2012 E.O. No. 12, s.2012

INABANGA LOON

Engr. Rosavilla Villamor Apolinaria R. Guballa

MARIBOJOC PANGLAO SAGBAYAN SAN ISIDRO SIKATUNA TALIBON

Jaime Llaguno Mabilin Jovencia Asilo Rolando Niepes Atty. Diosdado Gementiza Romualdo Fudalan Apolinario Artiaga

TRINIDAD

Diego V. Medina

TUBIGON TAGB. CITY

Engr. Noel C. Mendana Paterna M. Ruiz

E.O. No. 2, s. 2012 Unnumbered Office Order s. 2012 A.O. No. 1, s. 2010 E.O. 4, s. 2012 E.O. No. 003, S. 2012 E.O. No. 8, s. 2012 E.O. No. 6, s. 2012 Office Order No. 12-10 Dated: Sept. 4, 2012 Office Order No. 21, Dated Oct. 4, 2012 E.O. No. 2, s. 2011 E.O. 3, s. 2012

Local Governance Support Program for Local Economic Development The municipalities of Panglao, Dauis and Baclayon or PADAYON are now implementing the Phase 2 of LGSP-LED for their tourism industry. The Cluster Head is currently the focal person of the program. All three (3) MLGOOs are actively involved as members of their respective Technical Working Groups that worked out for the implementation of the four (4) Strategic Objectives. The three (3) LGUs have already started to position themselves to take on their respective roles in tourism development. The Municipality of Panglao with its sandy beaches, string of resorts, restaurants and entertainment establishments is considered as the tourism hub. Dauis, as the gateway to the island, plans to develop itself into a commercial complex, while Baclayon, with soil well suited for agriculture, would be developed as the food basket of the Bohol Marine Triangle. PaDaYon BMT has identified the following key areas for improvement: 1) compliance with tourism standards that emphasize “green technology”, 2) development of the entrepreneurial capacity of community-based tourism service providers; 3) promotion of tourism experiences with accurate and updated tourism data and information; and 4) a well-managed biodiversity program. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 63


Outcome 3: Disaster Resilient LGUs Enhancing LGU Capacity on CCA/DRRM Program The Cluster advocated and worked in tandem with the 24 LGUs to comply to the provisions stipulated in Republic Act 10121 or the Act Strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System. Ninety (90) percent of the LGUs of Cluster One are DRRM Act compliant. All the 24 LGUs have operational DRRM Councils. The 24 LGUs established temporary DRRM office and formulated DDRM Plans. Twenty (20) LGUs have functional multi-hazard early warning and alarm system while 21 LGUs have hazard, vulnerability and risk map. The 24 LGUs have established disaster command centers and identified respective evacuation centers. Twenty-two (22) LGUs have organized emergency response team. Twenty (20) LGUs have enacted local ordinances to support the DRRM. Twenty-three (23) LGUs maintained database on human resources, equipment, directories and critical infrastructures. In addition, an Automatic Weather Station is now installed right at the rooftop of Tagbilaran City Hall. The machine automatically sends readings of local weather condition to the weather Philippines Website. In turn, processed data will be used to provide forcast for the next five days at a 3-hour interval through http://www.alpha.weather.com.ph.

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Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund All the 24 LGUs have allocated in their annual budget 5 per cent for the DRRM. The 24 LGUs utilized part of the 70 percent of the said allocation on disaster preparedness and mitigation programs. Seven LGUs were able to use their 30 per cent quick response fund in times of calamity. Calamity Response Protocols Most of the D’ONE Cluster LGUs take their advisory from the provincial government of the Regional Director of the DILG while others make their own initiatives to respond to disasters. Graph 2. Calamity Response Protocols

Climate Change Adaptation Act The Cluster informed and monitored compliance to Republic Act 9729, otherwise known as Climate Change Adaptation Act. Of the 24 LGUs under D’ ONE Cluster, only five (5) LGUs are still currently formulating their Climate Change Adaptation Plan, seven (7) were completed and 12 were completed and approved. Nine (9) LGUs incorporated funding allocation in their plans. Strengthening of Institutional Capacity for Disaster Preparedness The municipality of Alburquerque sponsored a Disaster Management Training on Practical Water Safety, First Aide & Basic Life Support on August 22-24, 2012. A Physical Fitness and Skills Enhancement for all BDRRMCs and Barangay Volunteer Fire Brigades through Drills and Sports Competition was conducted on August 31, 2012 at the Dr. Abundio Echavez Memorial Sports Cultural Center, Maribojoc. It was participated in by 286 members ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 65


BDRRMCs. The Municipality of Trinidad held a BDRRMC Re-Orientation Training on March 13-14, 2012. The municipality of Balilihan conducted a Training on Quick Response and Rescue Operations on June 26, 2012 pariticipated in by 30 participants. MLGOO Sarmiento of Alburquerque facilitated the condut of Disaster Management Training last February 23 and August 30, 2012 at Albur Multi-purpose Center.

Support to the National Greening Program

Billion Trees Project (MC 2011-21 & EO 26 (NGP) The Cluster members advocated for the sustenance of the Billion Trees Project in the 558 barangays of the Cluster.

Monitoring Compliance to Solid Waste Management Act The municipality of Cortes won the First Prize in the Provincial Search for LGUs with Best Solid Waste Management Practices in 2011. To effectively implement RA 9003 on July 4-6, 2012, the municipality of Balilihan with the assistance of the Great Women Project formulated a Project Development Framework for SWMP. Other LGUs seek assistance for the formulation of its 10 year Solid Waste Management Plan. The field officers assisted the ESWM Monitoring and Evaluation of the Provincial SWM Monitoring Team.

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Outcome 4: Conflict-Free & Safe Communities Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat Program The Cluster is fortunate as five (5) of its member LGUs are beneficiaries of the Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat Program of the DILG, Department of Health and National Anti-Poverty Commission.

The field officers actively supervised the capacity-building efforts of the Department, as well as monitoring of project progress. The Cluster Head is also the focal person Salintubig Program. The monitoring of implementation for CY 2011 LGUs continue. The municipality of Tubigon is the first Salintubig LGU in Region VII to be completed. The project was inaugurated on September 11, 2012 with RD Ananias M. Villacorta gracing the affair. The Salintubig project of Trinidad was inaugurated on October 31, 2012 with PD Ma. Loisella E. Lucino representing RD Villacorta.

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Support Program to Improve Basic Service Delivery on Women & Children Strengthening the Local Council for the Protection of Children The 24 LGUs of the Cluster positively responded to the call of the Department for the creation of Local Committee on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and Their Children. The Table below shows the compliance of the D’ONE LGUs: Table 14. LGU Compliance on Creation of LCAT on VAWC LGUs

Date Created

TAGBILARAN CITY

July 21,2011

ALBURQUERQUE

June 1, 2011

ANTEQUERA BACLAYON

June 6, 2011 April 28, 2011

BALILIHAN

February 28, 2011

BUENAVISTA

May 12, 2011

CALAPE

December 22, 2010

CATIGBIAN

May 5, 2011

Remarks (indicate whether membership is complete or not; and include other relevant info, if there are any) EO No.9 Creating the LCATVAWC EO No. 9 Providing for the Creation of LCAT-VAWC Creating the MCAT-VAWC E.O no. 6-2011; An Executive Order Creating Local Committee on Anti- Trafficking and VAWC of the Municipality of Baclayon, Bohol; DSWD acted as the focal person EO # 9; An Order Creating the Municipal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and Children EO No. 18 Creating the MCATVAWC Municipal Ordinance No. 201014; An Ordinance Providing for a Gender and Development Code of the Municipality of Calape, Province of Bohol,and for other purposes EO No. 10 Series of 2011; Creation of Local Committees on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and their Children (LCAT-VAWC) in the Municipality of Catigbian, Province of Bohol, Providing for its Composition, Functions and for Other Purposes

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LGUs

Date Created

CLARIN

May 5, 2011

CORELLA

May 28, 2012

CORTES

Aug. 29, 2012

DANAO

February 15, 2011

DAUIS

May 30,2011

GETAFE

June 25, 2012

INABANGA LOON

May 16, 2011 April 25, 2011

MARIBOJOC PANGLAO

Feb. 22, 2011 29-May-12

SAGBAYAN

May 25, 2011

Remarks (indicate whether membership is complete or not; and include other relevant info, if there are any) EO No. 7 Series of 2011; Creation of Local Committees on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and their Children (LCAT-VAWC) in the Municipality of Clarin, Province of Bohol, Providing for its Composition, Functions and for Other Purposes EO No. 6 Creating LCAT and VAWC Committees EO No. 6 s. 2012 Creating the LCAT-VAWC E.O # 28; Composition of the Municipal Committee on Antitrafficking and Violence Against Women and their Children (MCAT-VAWC) EO No. 30 Creating theLCATVAWC EO No. 9 Creating the LCATVAWC Creating the LCAT-VAWC Exec. Order No. 11 Series of 2011; Creating the Municipal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and Children (MCAT-VAWC) Creating the LCAT-VAWC Executive Order No.3 Series 0f 2012 Creating theLocal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and Violence against Women and Their Children ( LCAT - VAWC ) Creating the LCAT-VAWC

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LGUs

Date Created

SAN ISIDRO

May 10, 2011

SIKATUNA

May 29, 2012

TALIBON

Feb. 11, 2011

TRINIDAD

May 2, 2011

TUBIGON

May 25, 2011

Remarks (indicate whether membership is complete or not; and include other relevant info, if there are any) EO No. 10 Series of 2011; Creation of Local Committees on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and their Children (LCAT-VAWC) in the Municipality of San Isidro, Province of Bohol, Providing for its Composition, Functions and for Other Purposes EO No.2 Creating the LCATVAWC EO # 17, Series 2011; Creation of the Municipal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and violence of women and Children of the Municipality of Talibon, Bohol (MCAT-VAWC); 11 members E.O. NO. 24 s. 2011; Creating the MCAT-VAWC of Trinidad, Bohol EO # 03-2011; Creating the Municipal Committee on Anti-Trafficking and Violence Against Women and their Children

Capacity Development Project for VAW Desk (PCW-DSWD-DepEd-DOH JMC No. 2010-02) All 558 barangays of D’ONE Cluster have established their VAW Desks pursuant to JMC No. 2010-2 dated December 9, 2012. The Cluster C/MLGOOs continued the quarterly monitoring on the implementation of RA 9262 and submitted reports to the Provincial Office on time. There were 309 VAWC cases that were reported in 131 barangays. All the cases reported were acted upon. Some 161 cases were referred to LSWDO, 93 to PNP, 11 to court, 43 referred to medical and a Barangay Protection Order was issued. The victims were provided cash, medical assistance and counseling.

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Localization Project of Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act The Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act or RA 9344 covers the different stages involving children at risk and children in conflict with the law from prevention to rehabilitation and re-integration. For this, the state recognizes their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs. Data gathered from D’ONE Cluster members reveal that the LGU’s have appropriated budgets in the operations of RA 9344. However, the LGU’s are yet to address the Comprehensive Juvenile Intervention.

Supporting the Capacity Development of Local Peace and Order Councils Provision of Secretariat Services and Strengthening the Local Peace & Order Councils The DILG Field Officers head the secretariat services of the City/Municipal Peace and Order Councils. These POCs are functional. They play a vital role in maintaining the peace and order situation in the LGUs within the D’One cluster. As coordinating body, regular meetings were conducted to keep all members abreast of the prevailing conditions and to thresh out issues and concerns affecting every LGU in order to come up a collective decision. Except on some circumstances, monthly meetings are conducted on the following schedule . As shown, the Peace and Order Councils had passed a total of 79 of resolutions. Table 15. Schedule of POC Meetings Municipality

Municipality

Scheduled Meeting

Total Resolutions Passed

Getafe

3rd Wednesday

2

Loon

3rd Tuesday

3

3rd Wednesday

3

Panglao

2nd Monday

5

3

Sagbayan

3rd Wednesday

3

3rd Thursday

6

San Isidro

3rd Wednesday

2

Scheduled Meeting

Total Resolutions Passed

Alburquerque

3rd Tuesday

5

Antequera

1st Thursday

4

Baclayon

3rd Thursday

2

Maribojoc

Balilihan

Last Wednesday

3

1st Friday

Buenavista Calape

3rd Thursday

6

Sikatuna

3rd Friday

3

Clarin

1st Wednesday

3

Talibon

3rd Thursday

7

Corella

2nd Tuesday

3

Trinidad

1st Thursday

5

Cortes

Last Thursday

2

Tagbilaran City

As need arises

4

Danao

3rd Tuesday

2

Tubigon

2nd Friday

5

1st Friday

5

3rd Tuesday

5

Catigbian

Dauis Inabanga

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All Cluster LGUs have formulated their 2012 Integrated Area Community Public Safety Plan which were approved, as follows: Table. 16. IA/CPS Plan Approval

Municipality Alburquerque Antequera Baclayon Balilihan Buenavista Calape Catigbian Clarin Corella Cortes Danao Dauis Inabanga Getafe Loon Maribojoc Panglao Sagbayan San Isidro Sikatuna Talibon Trinidad Tagbilaran City Tubigon

Date Approved February 20 March 8 January 27 March 27 February 9 February 16 March 5 February 1 March 6 March 29 March 7 January 17 March 8 March 20 March 20 February 22 February 15 January 27 January 15 March 9 February 16 March 1 January 26 March 9

Getafe , Antequera ( January 11, 2012), Sikatuna ( June 19, 2012), and Sagbayan ( May 28, 2012) Last June 19, DILG Regional Ananias Villacorta was present during the 12th HEAT CARAVAN at the municipality of Sikatuna as he appreciated the initiatives of the Provincial Government in coordination with the Municipal Peace and Order. This caravan validates the genuine public services that delivers the services directly to the people. Highlighted in the occasion was the conferment of the Seal of Good Housekeeping Award to LGU Sikatuna thru Mayor Jose Ellorimo. RD Ananias Villacorta together with PD Loisella Lucino gave the award. The DILG Team Approached on Coordinated Tasks supported the Caravan conducted in the LGUs by assisting/guiding the service providers for the specific needs and acted as support staff in the Provincial Peace and Order Council Meeting. Likewise, GO H.E.A.T TALIBON program of the Municipality of Talibon was implemented to combat poverty and to uplift the lives of its citizens especially those located at the island barangays. GO H.E.A.T. Talibon Team visited island barangays to bring municipal services such as dental, medical consultation, circumcision, free medicines, seeds and seedling dispersal, processing of NSO requests and others

Guided by their respective Integrated Public Safety plan, the following activities were undertaken: • HEAT BOHOL caravan were conducted at the LGUs of Catigbian( Jan 13, 2012);, Talibon,

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to the constituents for FREE. MLGOO Justol actively support and join the team. • Launching of Barangay at Pulisya Consistent with PNP ten (10) point agenda of “ One Police in Every Barangay” , the Municipal Peace and Order Council in coordination with Police Station launched a strategy of the integration of the effort the PNP in the pursuit of effective police-community partnership ; the policeman as conduit between the community and Police station. The MLGOOs assigned were tasked neither to make welcome message, introduce the punong barangays and facilitate the logistic support for the conduct of the activity. The MLGOOs reiterated the importance of partnership between the lawmen and barangay officials in combating crime and in keeping the community peaceful. Table below shows the dates of the Launching Activity. Table 17. Schedule of the Launching Activity

LGU

Date

Clarin Dauis Balilihan

May 30 May 9 April 3

Maribojoc

July 9

Tubigon Sagbayan Panglao

May 3 May 28 April 27

Alburquerque

April 22

Venue Clarin Cultural Center SB Session Hall, Dauis, Bohol Assemblyman Eladio Chatto Sports and Cultural Center Dr. Abundio Echavez Memoral Cultural and Sport Center JJs Foodstream Tubigon Sagbayan Gymnasium Panglao Island Cultural Center,Panglao Alburquerque Cultural Center

Training of Tanods/BPATs

Making communities free and safe by maintaining the peace and order, the barangay tanods were trained as show in table below. The trainings programs offered were geared towards maintaining local peace and order and safety , crisis management . The MLGOO in coordination with DILG family and barangay officials were instrumental in the success of the following trainings:

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Table 18. Tanods Training / BPATS Training

LGU Clarin

Date March 5-6

Tubigon

September 6

Clarin

July 9-10

Panglao

March 28-20

Maribojoc

August 20

Cagtibian

July 30

Venue Clarin Cultural Center

Role Organized by MLGOO with the support of PNP and Mun Fire Marshall Holy Cross Academy Organized and faciliAudio Visual Hall tated Clarin Cultural Center MLGOO discussed on Good Barangay Governance andRole of Barangay Tanods Panglao Island Cultural Lecturer on Force MulCenter tiplier and BPATS Poblacion Barangay Fire Fighting Drill and Hall Emergency----coordinator Catigbian Cultural MLGOO discussed on Center Good Barangay Governance and Role of Barangay Tanods

Legal Procedure Documentation Training

In coordination with PBSP, fisherman associations of LGUs of Tagbilaran City, Panglao, Baclayon and Dauis attended the trainings conducted at JJS Seafood last February 9, 2012. MLGOO Victor Lapiz and CLGOO Roxas acted as the main facilitators while MLGOOs Alforque, Sanchez, Caberte, and Sarmiento facilitated the Resolution Making Workshop. •

Anti -Drug Symposium

SK Federation of LGUs of Catigbi-an and Talibon in coordination with MLGOO Halasan and Justol conducted Anti-Drug Symposium last October 2012. MLGOO Halasan in coordination with SK Federated President extended assistance in the formulation of SK Plan and acted as resource person in the conduct of information dissemination to the four (4) secondary students of Catigbian. Twenty-five (25) barangays printed anti-drug abuse posters in tarpaulins for display in strategic places in their respective barangays. ANNUAL REPORT 2012 | D’ ONE CLUSTER | 74


Legal Day

MLGOO Ted N. Mascariñas acted as the over-all coordinator of the physical fitness and sports competition of the Legal Day last August 30. The sports competition was participated by all barangay tanods and barangay fire brigade volunteers conducted at SVI Ground and DAEMS Center. The games included were related to their respective functions such water relay, tag of war, Municipality

Alburquerque Antequera Baclayon Balilihan Buenavista Calape Catigbian Clarin Corella Cortes Danao Dauis Inabanga Getafe Loon Maribojoc Panglao Sagbayan San Isidro Sikatuna Talibon Trinidad Tubigon Tagbilaran City TOTAL

Budget Allocation POC Intelligence Funds 250T 50 T 1M 300T 250T 940,400 300T 700T POC 300T 800T 1M 500T 280T 300T 1M 1M

500T

500T 600T 1M 500T 500T 1M 850T 1.4 M 4.5M

P 3,390,400

• Creation of Panglao Civil Assistance Task Force ( CATF) To resolve the issue on the presence of ambulant vendors who are disturbing the tourists in the beach, trafficking of drugs, mooring of pump boats in the beach fronts making the beach appear like fishing village, encroachment of “al fresco” dining in the 20-meters salvage zone which blocks the way of beach strollers, incidents of theft and swindling and other crimes, Panglao Civil Assistance Task Force (CATF) was created. This was conceptualized by MPOC, MADAC, MCPC and MDRRMC and was adopted by the Sangguniang bayan through the enactment of an ordinance. However, due to budgetary constraints, the recruitment was realized last March 28, 2012 through the hiring and training of task force resulting to a more manageable enforcement of peace and order related activities. It is noteworthy to mention that Danao Police Station got the Best Municipal PNP Station in the Region award. PNP men of Danao showed their commitment and best effort to ensure the safety and peace and order of this municipality. It’s a landmark LGU-PNP collaborative effort that made Danao the safest destination in the Region.

P 18,030,000

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Functionality of BPOCs Maintenance of peace and order is a non-negotiable so to speak, hence Cluster D’One ensure that all its 588 barangays have functional BPOCs. Of these numbers 408 barangays or 72.86% are supported with barangay resolutions while 152 or 27.14% are supported with an executive issuance. All BPOCs have budgets. Table 17. Functionality of BPOC Number of Barangays

Basic

558

137

Progressive

Mature

269

128

Ideal

ORGANIZATION No. of Brgys With Presence of Resolution Organizing BPOC

24

BUDGET

No. of No. of Brgys With Brgys with Presence Budget of E.O. Organizing BPOC

408

150

No. of Brgys without Budget

558

Activities of the BPOCs include the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Regular BPOC meetings Respond to calls for assistance Attendance during special celebrations Assistance to traffic Coordination with PNP, AFP and other government authorities Launching of Barangay at Pulisya Laban sa Krimen

LGU Dauis conduct BPOC evaluation last August 4-5, 2012 to determine its functionality and to gather issues for possible MPOC intervention. Strengthening the Management Coordinating Councils Coordination of the D’ONE Cluster Field Officers with the PNP and BFP is already institutionalized in the entire cluster. Various activities like the National Crime Prevention Week were observed in the LGUs.

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Informal Settlers Assistance Program

Local Housing Board

DILG MC 2008-143 mandates the guidelines of the LGU’s in the enactment of the Local Housing Board or similar bodies and on related matters. The Cluster conducted advocacy activities for the institutionalization of the Local Housing Boards.

Anti-Squatting

The Cluster disseminated to the LGUs DILG MC 2012-04 that subjects the creation of the Local committee on squatting syndicates and professional squatters and its guidelines thereof considering the proliferation of the perennial problem of squatting. With the creation of this committee it will serve as the arm in combating said problem. The committee shall then identify issues and concerns of this area so that matters can be addressed with. The Cluster have started to address the concern by first lobbying for the issuance of the Executive Orders. All LGU’s have complied with said issuances of EO’s for that matter.

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Outcome 5: Strengthened Internal Governance Capacity 5Ps (Panibagong Paraan sa Pagpapalakas ng Pamahalaang Panlokal and other Innovative Programs)

The municipality of San

Isidro is a recipient of the 5Ps in the cluster. The LGU is working for the institutionalization of measures to improve its revenues with the hope of broadening its delivery of basic services. San Isidro recently updated its Citizen’s Charter being one of its commitment to the program.

The Outstanding Barangay Officials of the Year The provincial winners in the different categories from Cluster 1 towns are the following: Punong Barangay Amado Samijon of Bentig, Calape and Punong Barangay Alan Mangmang of Songculan, Dauis; Barangay Kagawad Leonora Samijon of Bentig, Calape and Barangay Kagawad Nicolas G. Gamao of Boyog Proper, Balilihan; Barangay Secretary Marie Xanthrophyll Mirasol of Lajog, Clarin, and Barangay Secretary Ignacia Baquial of Bentig, Calape; Barangay Treasurer Marithel Patac of Boctol, Balilihan and Barangay Treasurer Esmeralda Halawig of Bentig, Calape; and SK Chairperson Mark Jason Rosales of Bentig, Calape. Among the finalists also are Barangay Officials from the Municipalities of Maribojoc and Tubigon.

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The finalists were evaluated by the Provincial Screening committee last May 4, 2012 and was conferred with distinct recognition by no less than the President during the Barangay Day Celebration held last September 26, 2012 at the Bohol Wisdom School, Tagbilaran City. These winners are endorsed and considered as the Provincial nominees/contenders for the TOBOY Regional Awards.

Integrity Development Initiatives Integrity Circle The cluster actively participated in the Integrity Circle Development on July 13, 2012 at Bahay Kubo, Panglao, Bohol. RD Ananias Villacorta graced the occasion. The activity also served as send-off for LGOO VI Lisa I. Jayoma who was off to the US Virgin Islands. An input was given by Rev. Fr. Crisolito R. Geangan, Parish Priest of Baclayon to remind the field officers of their duties and responsibilities as leaders. Fun games spiced the occasion. Cluster Team-Building Activity The Cluster members underwent the Cluster Team Building on April 16-17, 2012 at JJ’s Seafoods Village, Tagbilaran City. Mr. Joel Lasam with LGOO VI Jose Jeffrey V. Bernasor and LGOO VI Ma. Reina A. Quilas facilitated the activity. This is the first group activity of the RatPlan Cluster. The drafting for codification of two (2) ordinances is the output to be pursued by the cluster, particularly, the Local Investments and Incentives Code of Cortes and Gender and Development Code of Alburquerque. The Cluster members were led to the process of getting to know more their mental models, leadership capital, original blessings, highest future self, creating a shared vision, among others that will led to a better understanding of themselves, their potentials and acceptance of others to effectively and efficiently address complex social issues.

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Cluster Meetings In order to effectively implement the various PPAs of the Department,the cluster also conducted cluster meetings twice a month. Schedule of the first meeting is after the bi-monthly conference while the second meeting is held at the clustered municipality as scheduled by the team. During meetings, issues and concerns affecting the municipal level operations are likewise discussed wherein solutions to problems encountered in the respective municipalities are threshed out and recommendations are provided. In this way, it would bolster camaraderie, thereby strengthening the cluster operations effectively and efficiently within the twenty four cluster members.

Conduct of Field Conferences Members of the Cluster attended and participated in the regular bi-monthly conferences and special conferences scheduled by the Provincial Director. This is the venue for the members to be aware on the administrative requirements for the month and the different programs of the department.

We look forward to another year of service . . .

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Innovations & Team Dynamics D’ ONE INNOVA D’ ONE believes that for a team to achieve great things, the element of “respect” is a must. Every member is given respective tasks and responsibilities in all operations. This coordinated approach represents an important step in the department’s efforts to make its operations more sustainable. The following innovations are approaches on how this Cluster gets things DOne: D’ONE we belong to… - Organizational Set-Up (OS) was the foremost activity made by the Cluster. Election of officers, creation of committees, formulation of the Cluster vision and monicker and designing of Cluster logo were accomplished. Schedules and venues of regular meetings were also set. - Facebook Group (FG) of D’One is maintained to display the activities, accomplishments and social bustles of the Cluster members to the netizens. The FG is also utilized to monitor and follow up the members’ compliance to reports.

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D’ONE we run to… - TACT Approach (TA) is still adopted despite the conversion of TACT Teams into RAT Plan Clusters. The five TACTs composed of four to five field officers conduct regular meetings and dialogues and carry out information dissemination of DILG memoranda, programs and projects, monitoring and submission of reports including consolidation thereof. Activities of LGUs are also assisted and attended to by TACT members such as the conduct of trainings and seminars.

- Buddy-Buddy System (BBS) is espoused to improve further the performance of Cluster members in terms of the quality and timeliness of reports submission and to ensure a 100% attendance in every activity. The Cluster coordinator identified the cluster member-LGOOs with compatible performance ratings in the monthly monitoring matrix posted at the Office of the Provincial Director. The modus in assisting, monitoring, and regularly reminding the submission of due reports and attendance in meetings of their “buddies” are thru e-mails, chatting, voice calling and texting. With this innovation, the cluster members’ performance improved very satisfactorily. D’ ONE we want to… - Personal Mission Statements (PMS) of the Team members are presented in the first few pages of this document. These statements form part of the aim of the Cluster to enhance performance by improving first the inner quality of the individual since one’s convictions govern one’s actions. The late Stephen Covey advocated the “inside-out” concept which means that the inner quality dictates the actions of humans. As a saying goes, “You cannot give what you do not have.” - Strategic Planning Activity (SPA) of the Cluster was done to clearly plan out the programs, projects and activities for CY 2012. It was held last August 22, 2012 at the Roxas Compound, Cogon, Tagbilaran City. This paved the way for the Cluster to come up with its Cluster Operational Plan for the remaining months of 2012 as shown in Annex A.

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- Celebration Awareness in Cluster Meetings (CACM) is ensured by conducting corresponding activity commemorating a particular national celebration during Cluster meetings. Like for the month of August, the cluster conducted cluster advocacy and strategizing on how to improve the Cluster members` job performance to commemorate Civil Service Month. For the month of September, the Cluster held a meeting at Tubig Daku, Taloto District, Tagbilaran City and simultaneously doing coastal clean-up to celebrate the International Coastal Clean-up Month and Family Day Celebrations. Also, for the month of October, the Cluster had meeting in the Agro-Demo Farm of the LGU of Maribojoc, Bohol and also doing Cluster tree planting activity and interfacing with the mayor and other local officials for the Local Government Code Month celebration.

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- Purok Patrol Program (PPP) of the City Government of Tagbilaran aired daily from Mondays to Fridays over radio station DYTR is also an avenue employed by the Cluster to disseminate important information to the clientele, especially during the ARTA RCS Survey. CLGOO Mar Roxas is among the anchorpersons of PPP. - LGU Link (LL) by the Cluster is warranted by sharing accomplishments to the LCEs through the reproduction of the Annual Report to be provided to the City and Municipal Mayors for their information, reference and validation purposes. Attendance of Cluster members to the meetings of the different local leagues and constant interfacing with local officials are also manifestations of this innovation.

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Annexes

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Annexes

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Annexes

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D’ ONE Cluster - Bohol Province Address : Phone : Web :

Benigno Aquino Ave., Booy District, Tagbilaran City (038) 411-2096 / 501-9170 https://www.facebook.com/ groups/425877654136147/

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