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ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN AND BUDGET

Municipality of Talavera
FY 2016
Region III
Province Nueva Ecija
Municipality Talavera
Total Budget of LGU 265,518,611.00
GAD Budget 43,697,745.35
GAD Budget Office of
Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
Client-Focused
- no equal opportunity Make access to employment To provide trainings and Referral and placement conduct trainings and variable (minimum of number of trainings 309,718.35 1,500.00 311,218.35 PESO
to all job opportunities which is predominantly for employment orientation employment orienta- 12 trainings a year. conducted
to all types of jobseekers boys and vice versa to the jobseekers tion to the jobseekers.
(as to all genders, PWD concerned.
and senior citizens) by
provision of appropriate
trainings and employment
orientation

- no equal access Access to relevant informa- to provide ample informa- Labor Market Information conduct of trainings variable (minimum of number of trainings 309,718.35 6,000.00 315,718.35 PESO
to Labor Market Informa- tion which is equal to all tion about the prevailing and workshops to all 12 trainings a year. conducted
tion gender labor market to know the jobseekers.
current supply & demand
of jobseekers.
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- no equal opportunity Access to relevant informa- provide orientation and Career Guidance and conduct career coaching 5 sessions of career number of sessions 206,478.90 1,800.00 208,278.90 PESO
for career pathing, career tion which is equal to all trainings to High School Employment to High School graduating coaching conducted per year
guidance and career coa- gender graduating and College students, Labor Education
ching graduating students. to college and technical/ 2 sessions of LEGS and
vocational graduating minimum of 12
students and PEOS to sessions of PEOS
jobseekers.

Special program for 200 beneficiaries 185,831.01 2,500.00 188,331.01 PESO


employment of students
GAD Budget Office of
Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

- no equal opportunities Make access to employment provide a venue for the JOBS' Fair/ SRA/LRA conduct jobs' fair and 1 jobs' fair number of sessions 2,500.00 2,500.00 PESO
to jobseekers regardless which is predominantly for jobseekers and agencies special recruitment 12 SRA
of gender,age and physi- for boys and vice versa for them to meet in one activity and local 12 LRA
cal status place for employment recruitment activity
purposes.

- no equal opportunities Make access to employment provide a venue for the Referral and placement 20 jobseekers were 1,500.00 1,500.00 PESO
to jobseekers regardless which is predominantly for jobseekers and agencies enterred into WAP
of gender,age and physi- for boys and vice versa for them to meet in one
cal status place for employment
purposes.

- no equal opportunities Make access to employment provide a venue for the Referral and placement 100 workers 1,500.00 1,500.00 PESO
to jobseekers regardless which is predominantly for jobseekers and agencies
of gender,age and physi- for boys and vice versa for them to meet in one
cal status place for employment
purposes.
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- limited access to services make access to services for to provide ample Capability building conduct of seminar 100 families served 2,000.00 2,000.00 PESO
for OFW's funded by OFW's provided by OWWA information about seminar about OWWA services
OWWA OWWA services for
all genders

- limited access to make access to all informa- to provide more Seminar on AIR-TIP Conduct Anti-Illegal 200 participants 5,500.00 5,500.00 PESO
information on AIR-TIP tion about AIR-TIP information about Recruitment Campaign
AIR-TIP to all genders Project Implementation
Dev't. & Enhancement
Hostings and media
guestings

persons was given 1,000.00 1,000.00 PESO


passport

- no equal access to skills make access to skills to provide skills training skills training conduct of skills 12 training conducted 7,000.00 7,000.00 PESO
training opportunities training opportunities opportunities for all training 1500 persons
genders benefitted from the

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

- no equal opportunities make access to scholarship to provide equal access career coaching conduct of career 2000 students enterred 1,000.00 - 1,000.00 PESO
to various scholarship grants to information on coaching into various scholarships
program scholarship grant

- no equal access to make access to employment to provide access to skills registry registration of skills 3300 NMRS submitted 3,500.00 - 3,500.00 PESO
employment opportunities opportunities employment to all
genders

- no equal access to make access to employment to provide access to skills registry enrollment to 7 establishment 1,500.00 - 1,500.00 PESO
employment opportunities opportunities employment to all Phil-job net 108 enrollees
genders

- no equal opportunities Make access to employment to provide trainings and Kabataan Program conduct of trainings for 3 practical skills number of trainings 6,000.00 - 6,000.00 PESO
for the youth specially the which is predominantly for employment opportuni- the youth (skills and training and values conducted
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Out of School Youth (OSY) for boys and vice versa ties to the working youth other trainings) orientation workshop.
to do productive under (all genders)
taking as a means of
temporary livelihood

- no equal opportunity to Make access to employment to provide PWDs access Tulong Alalay sa May conduct of special 2 sessions of skills number of trainings 9,000.00 - 9,000.00 PESO
PWDs in the provision of which is predominantly for to training and employ- Kapansanan trainings and PEOS to training and PEOS
access to training and for boys and vice versa ment opportunities both PWDs
employment opportunities in the formal and informal
both in the formal sector sector.

- no equal opportunity Make access to employment provide skills training and KASH- Kasaysayan at conduct skills training 12 sessions of skills 3,500.00 - 3,500.00 PESO
specially the women which is predominantly for employment/livelihood Kabuhayan and livelihood orienta- training
sector in the provision boys and vice versa orientation. tion
of trainings and livelihood 5 orientation on
employment opportu-
nities

SUB-TOTAL PESO 1,011,746.61 57,300.00 - 1,069,046.61

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
- 40% couples are not aware Lack of IEC To provide family planning Safe F23 Motherhood & Provision of family 1306 men no. of reproductive 824,662.10 49,978.61 874,640.71 MHO
of reproductive health education counselling Women Health Program planning education, 1306 women health advocacy and
services and contraceptive (carrying out MDG 5-redu- counselling services and family planning
for both men & women cing maternal mortality contaceptive for couples

- Not all pregnant and Lack of Vit. A supply To provide iron ang Vit. A Maternal care-MDG 5 Provision of iron and Vit. 1320 lactating mother no. of pregnant and 824,662.10 49,978.61 874,640.71 MHO
lactating mother care given to prenant and lactating A for pregnant & lactating lactating mother given
iron and vit. A mother mother iron and vit. A

- Not all pregnant women Lack of Training To provide comprehensive Maternal care-MDG 5 Provision of comprehen- 1020 pregnant women no. of trained pregnant 824,662.10 49,978.61 874,640.71 MHO
have trained on pre-natal training to all pregnant sive training on pre- natal women
and post natal care women and post natal to all
pregnant women

- 10% of mother are not 100% of mother are not To promote breastfeeding Maternal care-MDG 5 Promotion of exclusive 1320 mothers no. of PP women 824,662.10 49,978.61 874,640.71 MHO
practicing breastfeeding up advocated on breastfeeding up to 2 years breastfeeding up to 2 yrs.
to 2 yrs. up to 2 yrs.

-30% of adolescents are not 30% of adolescents are not To advocate healthy life- Disease control program Advocacy on healthy 71 men no. of healthy lifestyle 3,298,648.42 393,010.00 3,691,658.42 MHO
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knowledgeable of healthy advocated on healthy life- style through Info. Dessi - lifestyle via screening 20 women advocay
lifestyle (diet, exercise, no style (diet, exercise, no mination to prevent HIV/
smoking) smoking) AIDS & CECAP

- 40% of children are not Lack of regular supply To provide immunization Child care program (carrying Immunization to all 700 male children no. of immunization 1,649,324.21 1,649,324.21 MHO
given protection against to all children against tuber- out MDG-4 reducing infants children against tubercu - 700 female children children
tuberculosis, pertussis, te - culosis, diptheria, pertussis mortality rate) losis, diptheria, pertussis
tanus, diptheria, measles & tetanus, measles and hepa- tetanus, measles and
hepatitis B before reaching titis B hepatitis B before reachi-
1 yr. old. ng 1 year old

-Some children are suffe- Insufficient supply of Vit. A To provide Vit. A for Child care program (carring Provision of vitamin A for 271 male children no. of children given 1,649,324.21 1,649,324.21 MHO
ring from poor eyesight children and infsnts out MDG-4 reducing infants children and infants 272 female children vit. A
mortality care)

- Weighing of children 0-71 Lack of weighing scale To monitor weight, growth, Nutrition Monitoring weight, 130 nale children no. of children 108,041.92 11,000.00 119,041.92 MNAO
months old is delayed nutritional status of growth and nutritional 120 female children
children and infsnts status of children

- Some children are suffe- Insufficient supply of iron To provide iron supplemen- Nutrition Provision of Iron suple - 130 male children no. of children 108,041.92 32,000.00 140,041.92 MHO
ring from IDA tation for children mentation for low birth 120 female children
weight

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

- Some children are suffe- Lack of iodized salt supple - To provide iodized supple- Nutrition Provide of iodized salt to 130 male children no. of iodized salt 108,041.92 18,000.00 126,041.92 MHO
ring from Iodine Deficiency mentation mentation to underweight under weight children 120 female children given
children

- 1.5% of children are under Some mother are aware on To reduce the prevalence Nutrition Supplemental feeding of 130 male children no. of children 108,041.92 300,000.00 408,041.92 MHO
weight & severely under the Importance of good rate of malnourished severely under weight & 120 female children
weight nutrition children at 10% from 250 under weight children
(1.5) to 237 (1.13) 0-71 mos.

- Some BNS are not yet Lack of budget to conduct To advocate on the promo- Nutirition Advocate promotion of 1 man no. of B N S 108,041.92 20,000.00 128,041.92 MHO
oriented on the imple - IYCF training tion of complementary complementary feeding 144 women
mentation of Infant Young feeding to BNS to BNS
Children Feeding (IYCF)

- BNS/BHW are not Financial constraints To provide additional/ Nitrition Release Income of BNS 1 man No. of BNS/BHW given 108,041.92 230,400.00 338,441.92 MHO
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receiving enough incentive income to BNS/BHW and BHW 319 women allowance 871,200.00 871,200.00 MHO

SUB-TOTAL MHO 10,544,196.76 2,064,524.44 11,000.00 12,619,721.20

Income inequality among Poverty among women To increase income with Talavera K-3 project Capability Building 1,500 poor women from - Training/Seminars 18,000.00 5,000,000.00 5,018,000.00 MCDO
women poor women (Kaunlaran sa Kabuhayan ng Activities 53 barangays Conducted
Kababaihan) 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 MCDO
- Loan Granted
500,000.00 500,000.00 MCDO
- Loan Repaid
400,000.00 400,000.00 MCDO
- Products Marketed

SUB-TOTAL MCDO - 18,000.00 6,900,000.00 6,918,000.00

No. equal Educational Financial constraints of To provide oppurtunity Scholarship grant to deserving Scholarship Program 1833 deserving students No. of deserving 19,445,672.00 1,144,500.00 20,590,172.00 MO
oppurnity to poor but parents to provide college to avail of the 4 year students Scholars granted
deserving students education to their children course scholarship grant Scholarship

SUB-TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - 19,445,672.00 1,144,500.00 20,590,172.00

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
A. Women
- Lack of opportunities to Insufficient family income To provide additional 1. Establishement and Conduct organization &
be employed or generate due to : (1) lack of employ- source of Income to aug- maintenance of Rural re-organizational of RIC
income of the 60% of rural ment; (2) limited source of ment family expenses of Improvement Club (RIC) Clubs 53 barangay no. of barangays 88,429.44 88,429.44 MAO
improvement club (RIC) livelihood for women RIC members

members in the barangay 2. Extension Education Provision of livelihood


Trainings; Seminars and (food processing) and
hands-on demo on IGP linkages to market and
other NGA's like DTI &
financing institutions 500 members no. of members 70,455.75 70,455.75 MAO
B. Youth
-Increasing numbers of out- Insufficient income of family; To empower youths; pro - 1. Promotions & Establish - Conduct organization/re- 10 clubs no. of clubs 70,455.75 70,455.75 MAO
of-school-youths (OSY) limited livelihood opportu - vide additional sources of ment/Maintenance of 4-H organization of 4-H clubs;
due to financial constraint nityin rural areas Income - (a) to contribute Club Conduct regular meetings
to further their studies in family budget and (b) to and seminars; provision
sustain their education of livelihood projects

SUB-TOTAL- MAO 229,340.94 - - 229,340.94

Increasing incidence of Parental neglect, marital 1. To disseminate informa- Orientation Training to Parents Conduct training and 3 Women groups No. of sectoral group 30,840.16 30,840.16 MSWDO
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children in conflict, conflict children delinquency tion on the followings laws; on RA 7610; RA9262; RA9208; symposium 6 Youth groups attended training/
w/ the law, abused child- working mother, peer and RA 7610 - Special Protection RA9344, RA9165 1 group from victims of symposium
ren, domestic violence, environmental influence of children against abuse, domestic violence and
potentially neglected exploitation and discrimi - Workshop mothers of CICL. 30,000.00 30,000.00 MSWDO
children & children at nation Referral to Home for Girls, e.g. Gender Sensitivity
risk Act RA 9262 - Violence Lingap Center, RYRC Training sensitive
Against Women and their training workshop
Children
Act RA 9208-Anti-Trafficking
in Person
RA 9344 - Juvenille Justice
& Welfare Act 0f 2006
RA 9165 - Comprehensive
Dangerous
Drugs Acts of 2002

2. To provide financial Financial Assistance for 3 women victim of No. of abused women/ 35,000.00 35,000.00 MSWDO
assistance dor medical/ victims of VAWC, abuse domestic violence (VAWC) children assisted
legal assistance and CICL cases
3 children victims of
physical/sexual abused

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
3. To provide confort and Day Care Service Day Care Service to be 1740 children ages 3 - 4 No. of children become 154,873.52 74,250.00 229,123.52 MSWDO
safety and substitute Search for the Bright Child conducted by day care enrolled in Day Care socially adjusted/ready 10,000.00 10,000.00 MSWDO
mothering to potentially Parent Effectiveness Service workers in 53 barangays Center for pre-elementary
neclected 3-4 years education.

4. To provide temporay Homelife Service Conduct of assessment children in conflict with No. of CICL cases 48,689.26 27,112.54 80,000.00 155,801.80 MSWDO
shelter to children in Food expenses for CICL CICL and their family the law provided w/ homelife 273,750.00 273,750.00 MSWDO
conflict with the law Livelihood services for service/diversion and 12,500.00 12,500.00 MSWDO
Bahay Kanlungan intervention program

5. To educate parents on
responsible parenthood,
rights of children

Increasing incidence of Low moral value; environ- To conduct pre-marriage Pre-Marriage counselling Pre-marriage counselling 400 would be couples no. of would be couple 9,416.16 9,416.16 MSWDO
separation/child custody mental influence counselling to would be session attented pre-marriage
cases couples counselling
Early marriage/marital To conduct marriage coun- Marriage counselling session Marriage counselling 15 Married couples with no. of married couples 9,416.16 9,416.16 MSWDO
conflict selling to married couples child custody agreement sesssion mariral problem provided with
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having problem on rela - child custody agreement counselling


tionship

Limited access of women - Low educational attain - 1. To provide practical Productivity skills training Conduct practical skills 3 groups of women no. of skills training 14,641.13 14,641.13 MSWDO
and youth to education, ment/occupational skills skills training for Women for women with special training for women and 3 groups of OSY with conducted/no. of 6,077.97 6,077.97 MSWDO
training and employment - unemployment and Out of School youth needs/with disability and OSY 50 members women and youth
opportunities - low income for possible employment out of school youth * Type of training will attended training
be used on their needs become employed/
capabilities self-employed

- poverty 2. To increase income/ Self-Employment Conduct feasibility study 3 groups of women no. of OSY and women 14,641.13 25,000.00 39,641.13 MSWDO
improve economic condi- Assistance Program for income generating 3 groups of OSY with provided with capital
tion of families who belong projects (LGU) be based 50 members assistance become
to low income group on the feasibility of the self-sufficient
project

Limited participation of Lack of knowledge on the To conduct information Training on community Training on community 400 women/mothers of no. of women/mothers 26,633.81 26,633.81 MSWDO
women on community rights of women dissemination on the volunteerism for women/ volunteerism day care children of day care children
volunteer work Rights of Women mothers of day care children become active volun-
To conduct training on teers
community volunteerism

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Limited access to comfort Occurrence of natural/man- To provide temporary Provision of emergency relief Counselling, confort 300 disaster victims mostly no. of disaster victims 400,000.00 400,000.00 MSWDO
and safety during disaster made disaster shelter to victims of assistance giving, provision of food, women and children, served in evacuation
disaster temporary shelters older person PWDS center

To provide food/materials
assistance

Lack of knowledge and Ineffective/inefficient To become effective/ Training/seminars for Focal GAD related GAD workers and focal no. of GAD workers/ 20,000.00 20,000.00 MSWDO
skills of Focal Persons/GAD delivery of GAD related efficient focal persons/ Persons/GAD Workers Trainings & Seminar persons focal persons attended
workers for effective/ programs and activities GAD workers 38 J.O Female workers training
efficient 3 J.O. male workers
3 female, permanent
workers

SUB-TOTAL -MSWDO 288,595.49 907,612.54 106,633.81 1,302,841.84


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Organization-focused
- Hiring and promotions Discrimination on applying/ be fair on hiring of A.Recruitments Identified needs of every number of approval/ 195,956.88 9,100.00 15,000.00 220,056.88 HRMO
based on merit and fitness choosing/selection on employees 1. Interview conducted dept. newly hired and interview applicant - 96 selected applicants
hiring and promotions 2. Appointment Preparation promotions for old Appt. preparation - 72
3. PSC Conducted employee PSB conducted - 2
4. Orientation Conducted Orientation Conducted -5
equal rights on welfare to orient employees on number of orienta- 59,882.04 4,550.00 64,432.04 HRMO
and benefits of employees employee welfare and orientation on GAD tion conducted
benefits related laws and issues
to newly hired employees
to conduct forum/ (RA 7877,8353,9262,9710)
seminar-workshop on
Anti-Sexual Harrassment

- Approval of different observance on the provisions be sensible in applying/ B. Retention fair selection for appro- identified qualified number of approval 105,957.84 1,820.00 107,777.84 HRMO
Kinds of loans under sec. 45 of GAA granting loans 1. application for loans ving any wmployees' loaners - 2310 loans
loans

- Approval of different observance on the provisions to enjoy employees' 2. leave benefits equal rights & approving all employees (male & number of approved 61,661.16 4,550.00 66,211.16 HRMO
Kinds of leave of csc laws and rules per- leave benefits employees' female) leave
taining on leave benefits enjoyment on leave diff. kinds of leave - 2310
benefits
to implement RA 9710
provisions on employees'
benefits

GAD Budget Office of


Gender Issue/ Cause of the GAD Objective Relevant LGU PPA GAD Activity Performance Target Performance PS MOOE CO TOTAL Primary
GAD Mandate Gender Issue Indicator Responsibility
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

- Action taken for all kinds observance on the provisions make a necessary action 3. Personnel Relation be a fair arbiter male and female number of complaint 72,465.12 2,730.00 75,195.12 HRMO
of complaints & grievances of grievance machinery and in lower level if possible and discipline complainants and party
admin offenses in the civil grievance attented - 85
services

- Action taken for all kinds observance on the provisions satisfaction of customers 4. Customer assistance attended customers with male and female numbrt of customers 171,858.48 15,640.00 187,498.48 HRMO
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of assistance in all manners of Mamamayam Muna Hindi attended queries and need customers with queries attended
na Mamaya Na Program in assistance & needs assistance - 427
the Civil Service

- Lack of training of rank observance on the approved career growth and 5. Career Development equal rights of choosing employees needs number of employees 76,216.56 25,460.00 101,676.56 HRMO
and file employees survey regarding the development employees send to improvement and sent to training and
training needs of the training or seminars career development seminars
employees
GAD Training of all Dept.
Heads, Members of GAD
Committee and Stake -
holders i.e. Magna Carta
for Women and related
laws

- Issues on employee observance on policy on skills enhancement on 6. Ateended different equal rights of choosing employees needs on number of employees 131,224.68 14,550.00 145,774.68 HRMO
welfare and related working condition and personality development, activities employees send to personality development send to different
activities health awareness program health awareness and different activities and health awareness and activities & programs
for municipal officials and working condition programs working condition
employees

SUB-TOTAL HRMO 875,222.76 78,400.00 15,000.00 968,622.76

GRAND TOTAL 12,949,102.56 22,571,508.98 8,177,133.81 43,697,745.35

Prepared by: Approved by: Date

MAXIMA A. DE OCAMPO NERIVI S. MARTINEZ June 10, 2015


Chairperson, GFPS-TWG Municipal Mayor

Organization focused gender issue-points to the gap/s in the capacity of LGU to integrate a gender dimension in its programs, systems or structure
Client-focused gender issue- refers to concerns arising from the un-equal status of women and men stakeholders, clients, and or constituents of LGUs including the
extentof their disparity over benefits from and contributions to a policy/program and/or project of the LGU.
- Registered all documents To registered all documents Received Civil Registry Doc. Documents filed & pre- 715,212.69 61,489.29 36,000.00 812,701.98
accepted - Birth 3001 of birth served
- Death 572 of death
- Marriage 745 of marriage
- Founding
Legal Instruments
-AUSF (R.A. 9255) 37 of AUSF
-Affidavit of Admission of 25 of Affidavit of Admission
Paternity/Achnowledgement
-Affidavit of Legitimation 10 of legitimation
-Legal capacity of Marry 15
(foreigners)

Registrable documents To registered all documents Court Decrees/Order/Decision Registrable documents


accepted & transcribed accepted -Adoption accepted and transcribed
-Annullment of CRD's
-94 Correction of Entries 94 of correction of entries
-Others

Number of interview Interview conducted Interview No. of Interview Clientelle


clientelle -Actual Interview 3450 of actual interview
-Preparation

Number of birth, marriage To registered all documents -Timely Birth 1338 of timely birth
and death accepted -Marriage 565 of marriage
-Death 697 of death

number of verify birth, To registered all documents Verification No. of verify birth,
marriage and death accepted -Birth 24168 of verified bith marriage and death
-Marriage 1200 of marriage
-Death 1500 of death

Number of certified & true To registered all documents Issuance True Copy No. of certified & true
copy of birth, marriage and accepted -Birth 648 of true copy birth copy of birth, marriage
death -Marriage 15 of marriage and death
-Death 20 of death

Number of certification of To registered all documents Certification No. of certification of


birth, marriage & death accepted -Birth Available Form 1A 842 of cert. 1A birth, marriage & death
-Birth Not Available Form 1B 859 of cert. 1B
-Birth Destroyed Form 1C 25 of cert. 1C
-Death Available Form 2A 177 of cert 2A
-Death Not Available Form 2B 149 of cert. 2B
-Death Destroyed Form 2C 10 of cert 2C
-Marriage Available Form 3A 298 of cert 3A
-Marriage Not Available Form 3B 30 of cert 3B
-Marriage Destroyed Form 3C 2 of cert. 3C
-Certificate of Legal Instruments 20 of legal

Number of delayed regis - To registered all documents Late Registraion of Birth no. of delayed registra-
tration of birth accepted -Application for Drlayed 958 of application tion of birth
Registration of Birth
-Live Birth Form - 102 958 of 102 birth
-True Copy of Birth 958 of true copy
-Birth not available CRF #18 958 of #18
-Affidavit for Delayed 958 of affidavit
Registration of Birth
-Notice of Hearing of Birth 958 of notice
-Affidavit of Acknowledge - 815 of legal instrument
ment of Birth
-Admission of Paternity 25 of admission

Number of delayed regis - To registered all documents Late Registraion of Birth no. of delayed registra -
tration of Marriage accepted -Application for Delayed 10 of late application tion of marriage
Registration of Marriage
-Marriage Certification Form 97 10 of form 97
-True Copy of Marriage 10 of true copy marriage
-Affidavit for Delayed Re- 10 of affidavit marriage
gistration of marriage
-Notice of Hearing of Marriage 10 of notice marriage
-Marriage not available CRF#3B 10 of #3B

Number of delayed regis - To registered all documents Late Registraion of Birth no. of delayed registra -
tration of Death accepted -Death Certification Form -103 7 of 103 death tion of death
-True Copy of Death 7 of true copy death
-Affidavit for Delayed Regis - 7 of Affidavit
tration of Delayed
-Death not availble CRF #2B 7 of # 2B
-Notice of Haering of Death 7 of notice

Number of application for To registered all documents Accept Application for no. of application for
marriage license accepted Marriage License marriage license
-Application for Marriage 343 of application form 90
License Form No. - 90
-Notice for Marriage Form #94 343 of form 94
-Sworm Statement Form #67 297 of form 67
-Advice for Marriage Form #68 202 of form 68
-Consent for Marriage Form #92 172 of form 92
-Issuance of Marriage License 337 of marriage license

-Certified True Copies of CRD 3546 of certified CRD 550,645.11 42,304.29 592,949.40
-Certifications 1271 of certification
- Authentication of CRD (machine copies)
-Amended Certificate of Live
Births
-Certified True Copies and
Cerifications w/ annotations
-Issuance of Marriage License 656 of marriage license

Number of apply CCE and To registered all documents Approve Petition Under R.A. no. of apply CCE & CFN 177,569.28 21,864.29 199,433.57
CFN petition accepted 9048 petition
-CCE-(Correction of Clerical Error) 81 of CCE
-CFN-(Change of First Name) 15 of CFN
Prepare Finality
-Certificate of Finality 96 of finality
-Record Sheet 96 of record sheet
-Endorsement 334 of endorsement

Number of apply CCE and To registered all documents Annotation no. of apply CCE & CFN
CFN petition accepted R.A. 9048 petition
Registry Book of :
-Birth under R.A.9048 90 of CCE birth
-Marriage under R.A.9048 18 of CCE marriage
-Death under R.A.9048
-Court Decision/Order
-Supplemental Report 11 of supplemental report
* Issunace of Photocopy of
Petition Under R.A. 9048
-CCE (Correction of Cleriacl Error) 81 of CCE
-CFN(Change of First Name) 15 of CFN
-Accept Migrant Petitions

Number of coded all Civil To registered all documents * Review coded CRD Properly coded all 140,323.57 21,864.29 162,187.86
Registry Doc. accepted -Birth 3001 of birth Civil Registry Doc.
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
* Administer Oath for civil
registration purposes only

Properly practiced the high To registered all documents Establish and maintain a 149,341.65 108,889.29 196,500.00 454,730.94
quality service accepted systematic method of filing
& preserving CRD
-Compile and classify records 3887
-Reconstruct/re-write destroyed/ 5 Documents filed and
old records & registry books preserved
-Hardbound CRD 30
*Consolidation Properly coded all
-Birth 3001 of birth Civil Registry Doc.
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
-Application for Marriage License 607 of marriage license
* Indexing of Civil Registry
Documents
-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death

Properly Installed Regis - To registered all documents * Encoding of civil registry 4318 of rncode to cris Properly installed
tered civil registry doc. accepted information to CRIS (Civil Registered civil registry
Registry Information System) doc.

Submit on time registered To registered all documents Submission of CRD/Status Submit on time regis-
civil registry documents on accepted Report to NSO tered civil registry doc.
prescribed period - Monthly Report of Civil Registry on prescribed
Documents
-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
-Legal Instrument 45 of legal
-Marriage License 607 of marriage license
- Monthly Report of Other 4970 no. of monthly report
Activities (Documentation)
-Annual Report of Activities 4970
-Status Report of CRD 4970
-Supplemental report 11

Number of civil registry To registered all documents -Mobile registration (Civil 300 100% completed 413,953.43 127,664.29 541,617.72
documents birth registered accepted Registration Month)
-Interview 500
-Barangay Civil Registration 300

Number of registered To registered all documents -Mass Weddings 30 100% completed


marriage free wedding accepted * Conduct of Seminar/infor-
mation/Dissemination

Seminars/Educational To registered all documents -Conduct educational cam- 20 Seminars/Educational


Campaigns Conducted & accepted paigns on Civil Registration Campaigns Conducted
& rekated statistics
related statistics prepared -Attend to seminars/meetings/ 2 prepared
training/convention
* Information Dissemination
-Education Values
-Visitation to Maternity Clinic
-Program in Celebration of
Civil Registration Month
* Training
-Marriage Rites 12
OTHER Activities (Seminars)
-Pre-Cana 12

Trainings/Seminars Fee

- Accomplishment report AIP 1 342,101.41 39,664.26 12,500.00 394,265.67


Annual Procurement Plan

- Functional Statement,
Objectives & Expected results
Program Appropriation and
Obligation by Object

- Annual Procurement Plan 1

-Inventory of Office Equipment 1

- Financial Report 12

-PES 2
- List of Deceased Person age 12
18 years & above (COMELEC)

- List of Deceased Person age 12


45 years and above (DSWDO)

- Narrative Reports 1

- Report of Kasalasng Bayan 1


List of Name & Address of
Newly Wed. Spouses

- Comparative Report of CRD's


Printing
- Civil Registry Forms 2640

- Coordinate w/ other agencies/


offices regarding civil registra-
tions plans and programs

- Emmidiate endorsement of
CRD to NSO

- Exercise such other powers &


perform such other duties and
functions as may be required
-Letter 50
-Transmittal Letter 50
-Acknowledgement Letter 50
-Certificate of Appearance 50
-Program
-Invitation

Outgoing Communication
-Ordinary Mails 50
-Registered Mails 50
-DEMS
-LBC/JRS etc. 50

Review and Post Registry No. to


-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
-Foundling
-Legal Instrument 45 of legal
Segragation of CRD's Registered
-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
-Foundling
-Legal Instrument 45 of legal

* Monthly Statistical Report of


CRD's
-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death

* Review/check all Out-Going


CRD
-Birth 3001 of birth
-Marriage 745 of marriage
-Death 572 of death
-Legal Instrument 45 of legal
-Application for Marriage Lisence 607 of marriage license

* Customer Assistance

* Interviewing Task 45,355.04 45,355.04


Other Activities
-Mobile Registration (Streamer)
-Barangay registration
-Kasalang Bayan
-Municipal Children's Congress
-Program in Celebration of
Civil Registration Month
-Monitoring Birthing Station
-Application for Marriage
-Information Dissemination/
Values
-Orienattion/Seminar on Civil
Registration
*Attended Agency Activities
-Trade Fair
-Earth Day
-Town Fiesta
-Independence Day
-NSO/NECRA Meeting
-Christmas Party

18,269,923.12 24,967,274.06 8,665,401.43 51,902,598.61