Training-Organizing Program of the Philippine Green Party 2014 | Asia Pacific Greens

Training-Organizing Program of the Philippine Green Party 2014

To advance a political platform in a country with significant social movement as against to the colonial past and the continuing existence of political traditions which controlled the economic and political power is my personal advocacy. To influence the socio-cultural aspect of the greater populace, the impoverished Filipino people is relevant for the existence of an emerging party.  - Kiko C. Labro

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Project Briefer

  1. Project Identification
  2. Rationale:  Significance
  3. General Objective
  4. Specific Objectives
  5. Project Description
  6. Political and Economic Synopsis
  7. Project Implementation
  8. Training Organising Program Modules
  9. Budget

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The existence of the social movement in the country is a narration of the continuing interest to the path of social change from its socio-political situation. Historically from the countries colonial past and the traditions shared by local folks extends to the current generation of alternative seekers. The shared passions of consistency in the existence of a social movement in the country is one among the many traditions that defines the Filipino way of living.

The biggest challenge today from the enormous set back of regaining the social movement in the country is the popular collapse of the once dominant hardline Marxist-Maoist party in the country, aside from the continuing process of regrouping from the “moderate left”. The existence of different political party of the “left movement” shared common views and beliefs that the current political system in the country do not represent the majorities aspirations of hope. To compel the understanding in the electoral process as a major obstacle in the life of the poor population is a long road to achieve. The only hope is that the electoral process for change is becoming a natural recourse for the populace to reckon with. Technically, the political party in the country is controlled by the intellectuals or the middle class section of the society. The emerging parties like the Kapatiran, Centrist Democratic Party and among others who challenge the National election of the country represent the ideology managed by the few elitist. 

Being an emerging Party, the Partido Kalikasan (Philippine Greens Party) enthusiastically strive to cope with the present sociological conditions of the country. While number of its leaders and members share the same passion of advancing its political agenda, it is significant for a party that is initiated by the grassroots to represent the grassroots aspirations and reflect the genuine socio-political and socio-economic conditions.

Back to Basic!

The purpose of the Partido Kalikasan – Training and Organizing Program is to fill in the “gap” between a grassroots base political party and the role of the middle class in representing the majority.  Building an alternative political party that is founded in the basic tenets of anti-status quo order and living in the aspirations of a universally accepted norm of ecological based governance could not be done in a “short cut” process. There are many things yet to be done to realize justice and equality, and helping hands will definitely make the way to success, if not easy, better.

ELIAS C. LABRO, JR.

National President

Partido Kalikasan/Greens.Ph

 

PROJECT BRIEFER

The Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP): Partido Kalikasan Laguna Provincial Chapter Strengthening and Institutionalization intends to train party organizers at the Provincial level and the core of leaders at the Village (Baranggay) level. It is likewise designed to apply the process of organizing, greens philosophy and organizing strategy in building its respective constituents at the Village level. Significantly, while it is a Training Program for the future Party Builders of the province, its efficiency and success is to be measured on “how” the theoretical underpinnings will be applied into a vibrant political forces.

The basic tenets of the basic community organizing process and the principles of the ten (10) Steps of Organizing (See Annex 1) is still an effective tool for potential trainees among the leaders and volunteer organizers of Laguna. The integration of the universal language of the ecological based politics, its philosophies, principles and relevant laws and existing programs (eco governance programs) will effectuate the training design.

A training design that will address the respective Training Needs Assessment (TNA), particularly in the areas of Attitude, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) level of the participants will determine two levels of participants, i.e. Party Core Organizers (30) and 1,665 Village level leaders. Likewise modules will be developed according to the level of the participants. Practicum-Theory-Practicum will be the basic framework of the process. Weekly Tactics Session will be held. Monthly theorizing on a modular type session and annual Eco-CO Training Conference will sum up different experiences. The developing curriculum process will be the outmost consideration of the design.

On the other hand, the experiences derived from this project will contribute in the development of Partido Kalikasan Party building strategy at the National level.

From January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2016 (Two Years), the project intends to consolidate the Provincial Chapter with quantified strength of one hundred percent of the total municipalities and fifty percent of each of the respective barangay chapters. The project likewise envisions to achieve a degree of influence to the populace being an alternative Political Party for May 2016 Presidential/Local Election as against to the existing norms in the province.

Specifficallly, The project seeks to fulfill the following objectives by the end of 2016:

  1. Seven (7) Cities and Twenty Three (23) municipalities will be organized into City/Town level chapters with corresponding functional Council of leaders, Executive Committees and respective Secretariat ; 
  2. A total of Three Hundred Thirty Seven (337) baranggays will be organized with corresponding chapters as against to 674 baranggays of the province;  
  3. Thirty (30) party organizers will be trained and deployed in Four 
  4. District of the Province; and 1,165 Village Level Party Organizers = 5 per Village (from 337 Village) 
  5. A parallel women’s group will be organized in each of the respective chapters (6) A parallel Youth group will be organized in each of the respective 

The “gap” and the “missing link” to have a Party that were founded in the grassroots aspirations and the mobilization of the middle class in the country will be address by supporting and implementing the intended design of the Partido Kalikasan – Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP).

Partido Kalikasan – Training and Organizing Program or may simply call PK – TOP is the narration of our vision of making the Philippines Greens Party as one among the “top” alternative Poltical party in the country which is controlled and dominated by Traditional one.


I. PROJECT IDENTIFICATION

a. Project Title : Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP): Partido Kalikasan Laguna Provincial Chapter Strengthening and Institutionalization

b. Project Proponents : Partido Kalikasan Laguna Provincial Chapter/Kaisahan sa Kaunlarang Pambaranggay (KABALANGAY), Inc.

c. Contact Persons :

Elias C. Labro, Jr., National President Partido Kalikasan (PK), 0917-735-8717

Edison J. Jaramillo, Chairman of the Board,  KABALANGAY, Inc., 0920-386-5151

d. Contact Address : Baranggay Real, Calamba City, Province of Laguna, (049) 508-3553, Email Address: [email protected]

e. Project Term : Two (2) Years.  January 2014-December 2016

e. Project Amount : Php 20,864,000. , Total Amount: Php 12,518,400. (60%), Amount Requested: Php 8,345,600. (40%) , Counterpart (%)

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II. RATIONALE

The Province of Laguna is identified as the Pilot Area for Village level party consolidation and organizing of Partido Kalikasan. By virtue of the National council resolution #7, dated November 11, 2012, logistical and technical supports are of priority in order to achieve the intended design of the Baranggay level party consolidation. It is also envisioned that the results will be duplicated in other parts of the country.

Laguna is rapidly changing from its agricultural-forest scenery into a large scale industry base economic pattern. Since the post EDSA I uprising, the control and manipulation of ten (10) known political clans in Laguna was as prevalent as it was. While the province is also known for its rich history of militancy and anti-government tradition, the direct electoral challenge at the local level was never been significantly exercised. Hence, this challenge for all those who aspires political change in the province through principled electoral engagements of the Greens.

Significance of the Project

The Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP): Partido Kalikasan Laguna Provincial Chapter Strengthening and Institutionalization intends to train party organizers at the Provincial level and the core of leaders at the Village (Baranggay) level. It is likewise designed to apply the process of organizing, greens philosophy and organizing strategy in building its respective constituents at the Village level. Significantly, while it is a Training Program for the future Party Builders of the province, its efficiency and success is to be measured on “how” the theoretical underpinnings will be applied into a vibrant political mass base at the grassroots level.

The province is considered to be the second vote rich compared to the province of Cebu being considered as top vote rich provinces. It is traditionally prioritized by the Traditional Political Party (TRAPO) with sufficient logistics and resources to reckon with. May 2016 is the next Presidential and Local election in the country. It is then the opportunity that the Provincial Chapter is looking at.

Local leaders of the Provincial Council/Municipal/Town level will challenge the local executives and legislators to the respective positions at the local level. The active participation of Partido Kalikasan on the upcoming 2016 election in the country will be resulted from the outcome of the Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP): Partido Kalikasan Provincial Chapter Strengthening and Institutionalization. In May 2016 National and Local election, Partido Kalikasan – Laguna Province aspires into running a campaign plan for 30 Local Counselors, one in each of respective city/town; 4 Board members, one in each of the 4 District of the Province. And probably coalesce with 1 Governor, 1 Vice Governor and 4 District Congressman.

On the other hand, the experiences derived from this project will contribute in the development of Partido Kalikasan Party building strategy at the National level.

III. GENERAL OBJECTIVE

From January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2016 (Two Years), the project intends to consolidate the Provincial Chapter with quantified strength of one hundred percent of the total municipalities and fifty percent of each of the respective barangay chapters. The project likewise envisions to achieve a degree of influence to the populace being an alternative Political Party for May 2016 Presidential/Local Election as against to the existing norms in the province.

IV. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

The project seeks to fulfill the following objectives by the end of 2016:

  1. Seven (7) Cities and Twenty Three (23) municipalities will be organized into City/Town level chapters with corresponding functional Council of leaders, Executive Committees and respective Secretariat ;
  2. A total of Three Hundred Thirty Seven (337) baranggays will be organized with corresponding chapters as against to 674 baranggays of the province;
  3. Thirty (30) party organizers will be trained and deployed in Four (4) District of the Province; and 1,165 Village Level Party Organizers = 5 per Village (from 337 Village).
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  4. A parallel women's group will be organized in each of the respective Town/Municipalities targeting a total percentage of 35% are within the leadership of the party;
  5. A parallel Youth group will be organized in each of the respective Town/Municipalities targeting a total percentage of 35% are within the Leadership of the party;
  6. One (1) Training Center will be provide for achieving the same; and
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  7. Administrative support will be provided such as service vehicle, training center/office requirements, communication among others.
 

V. PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP) is an ecology based Community Organizing program and designed with two but inter-related approaches: (1) Train a Core party Organizers of the Province and (2) Train a Village level Party Organizers vis-à-vis Consolidate chapters at the City/Town/Baranggay level.

The basic tenets of the basic community organizing process and the principles of the ten (10) Steps of Organizing (See Annex 1) is still an effective tool for potential trainees among the leaders and volunteer organizers of Laguna. The integration of the universal language of the ecological based politics, its philosophies, principles and relevant laws and existing programs (eco governance programs) will effectuate the training design.

A training design that will address the respective Training Needs Assessment (TNA), particularly in the areas of Attitude, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) level of the participants will determine two levels of participants, i.e. Party Core Organizers (30) and 1,665 Village level leaders. Likewise modules will be developed according to the level of the participants. Practicum-Theory-Practicum will be the basic framework of the process. Weekly Tactics Session will be held. Monthly theorizing on a modular type session and annual Eco-CO Training Conference will sum up different experiences. The developing curriculum process will be the outmost consideration of the design.

Project Proponent

Kaisahan sa Kaunlarang Pambaranggay (KABALANGAY) (Unity for Village Governance) is a partnership project by likeminded groups and individuals such as the Kalipunan ng mga Samahan sa Kanayunan nang Timog-Katagalugan (KASAKA-TK), Sentro- Relokasyon and Partido Kalikasan individual members and advocates.

The advocacy is a product of the group’ experience on the last mid-term election of 2013. The massive vote buying at the village level prompted the failure to achieve a clean and honest election thus the failure for grassroots base governance is inevitable. This only emphasized the need of upholding the integrity for transparent, pro-environment governance and a government system that valued most the culture of graft free standards in relation to having a Baranggay Government with highest integrity and moral ascendency to govern.

KABALANGAY is the provincial party institute of the Provincial Chapter of the province. In the village level election on October 2013, Partido Kalikasan (PK) and KABALANGAY conducted village level organizing to prepare its machinery and leaders for its actual participation through fielding candidates at Sangguniang Barangay (Village Legislative Assembly) and Sangguniang Kabataan (Youth Legislative Council). The campaign focused on Twenty Seven (27) Baranggays out of 674 barangays (4%) of the province with a total of 137 for Village Legislative Assembly while a total of 89 for Youth Legislative Council. From the total of Twenty Seven (27) Village level Chapters of Partido Kalikasan – Laguna, an average of 100 local members were able to organize; with respective council of leaders, executive committee and respective committee and with a total strength of 2,700 individual members more or less .

At the outset, the process which was undertaken by Partido Kalikasan/KABALANGAY in its initial stage of village level organizing proved a lot of hope. Apparently, ordinary people of Laguna comprised the majority of the voting populace of the province is “open” for an alternative party that will carry its aspiration of sustainable growth. Nevertheless, it still remains as part of the challenge to sustain this degree of aspiration into a potent political force comes May 2016 (Presidential/Local Election).

Internal Control and Management System

Baranggay Volunteer Worker

Partido Kalikasan – Laguna Provincial Chapter has thirty-five (35) Baranggay Volunteer Workers (BVW). The BVW is primarily the party organizers of the Partido Kalikasan (PK) at the grassroots level. Presently, BVW is responsible for recruitment, ideological formation, gender orientation and the direct link to the grassroots member.

Joint Secretariat

The day to day operation of the party is managed by the Joint Secretariat whose volunteer members are composed of full time workers from the Partido Kalikasan and KABALANGAY. Regular weekly meetings (every Monday) are conducted to facilitate the smooth implementation of the Parties program. Agendas include program status reporting, problem arising, action points and preparatory work for the intended schedule of activities. The Secretariat is using standard form to monitor and evaluate the intended activities like the (a) Weekly Itinerary, (b) Weekly Monitoring Sheet and (c) Resource Mobilization Plan.

Nine (9) full time administrative staffs (Secretary, Head Admin/Finance, Finance Officer, District Coordinator (four staff), Administrative Staff and One Consultant) are responsible for the implementation of the Weekly plans arrived at the Joint Secretariat plans.

Joint Finance Committee

The Financial Management system were independently monitored and implemented by the Joint Finance Committee whose members were from the KABALANGAY and the Executive Committee of the Partido Kalikasan. Technically, the logistical requirements of the intended activity are done through a “cost sharing scheme” between the local party members and the Joint Finance Committee. Technically, 70%-30% schemes were applied on this process. Majority of the requirements were shouldered by the local party group. KABALANGAY and Partido Kalikasan have no financial source for regular operation but are operating based on the “individual commitment” from the members.

The Committee is using the simple accounting system to monitor and control the fund disbursement such as the (1) requisition form, (2) liquidation forms that were both pre-approved by the designated officers. The committee is guided by the “approved” finance policy.

Project Timeframe

The project is a two (2) year project. It will start on January 1, 2014 and is sought to be completed by December 31, 2016.

Project Location

The Province of Laguna, formerly called La Laguna, was named after Laguna de Bay, the body of water that forms its northern boundary. Laguna de Bay is Spanish which means "Lake of Bay".

Laguna is located in the foothills of three mountains namely; Mount Makiling, Mount Banahaw, and the Sierra Madre Range. There are about forty rivers in Laguna with a total area of almost 0.5 square kilometers. The Laguna de Bay has an approximate area of 3800 km² broken down into 2900 km² of land and 900 km² of lake proper with 220 km shoreline.

Laguna has an estimated 300 million US gallons (1,100,000 m³) of underground water. At least seven principal water basins in the province with a total of 5,773 km² drainage area and 1,316 km² level areas provide an estimated 9.238 km³ total run-off annually. Laguna has 60,624 hectares of alienable and disposable agricultural land. About 41,253 ha or 23.44% of Laguna’s total land area is forest land.

Laguna de Bay, with a surface area of 900 km, is the province's main fishing ground producing 410,000 MT of fish. Carp and tilapia fingerlings are also being grown in inland ponds and freshwater fish pens. The research institutions located in Los Baños are International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), ASEAN Center for Biodiversity (ACB) and the Southeast Asian Regional center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), among others.

Laguna is subdivided into 24 municipalities and 6 cities. The following table summarizes the relevant information below:


City                                               

Type

District

Area      (km2)

Population

Number of Barangays


City Mayor

Biñan

1st Class City

1st District        

43.5

283,396       6,500

24


Marlyn "Len-Len" B. Alonte-Naguiat

Cabuyao

 1st Class City

2nd District   

43.3

248,436       5,700

18


Isidro "Jun" L. Hemedes, Jr.

Calamba

1st Class City

2nd District  

2600

149.50  389,377

54

Justin Marc SB. Chipeco

San Pablo

1st Class City

3rd District   

1300

197.60   248,890

80

Loreto Amante

Santa Rosa    

1st Class City

1st District

5300


54.13    284,670

18

Arlene B. Arcillas-Nazareno

Los Baños                             

 

2nd District

1900

54.22   101,884

14

Caesar Perez

San Pedro  

1st Class City

1st District    

12000

24.05    294,310

20

Lourdes S. Cataquiz

Alaminos

3rd Class

3rd District    

757.5

57.46      43,526

15

Eladio Magampon

Bay

2nd Class

2nd District    

1300

42.66     55,698

15

Bruno Ramos

Calauan

2nd Class

3rd District     

1100

65.40     74,890

17

George Berris

Cavinti

3rd Class

4th District    

170

125.54   20,809

19

Melbert Oliveros

Famy

5th Class

4th District     

280

53.06    15,021

20

Renonia B. Muramatsu

Kalayaan

 3rd Class

4th District   

450

    46.60    20,944

3

  Teodoro A. Adao, Jr.

Liliw

4th Class

3rd District     

870

39.10    33,851

33

Cesar C. Sulibit

Luisiana

   4th Class

4th District

270

73.31    20,148

23

Nestor Rondilla

Lumban

3rd Class

4th District    

310

96.08     29,470

16

Reynato Añonuevo

Mabitac

 5th Class

4th District   

230

80.76     18,618

15

Ronald Sana

Magdalena

  4th Class

4th District  

660

34.88     22,976

24

David Aventurado Jr.

Majayjay

 4th Class

4th District   

380

69.58     26,547

40

Allan Esmaquel

Nagcarlan

    2nd Class

3rd District

760

78.10      59,726

52

Nelson Osuna

Paete

4th Class

4th District     

600

39.47       23,523

9

Mutuk Bagabaldo

Pagsanjan

2nd Class    

4th District

1500

26.36

39,313

16

Girlie "Maita Sanchez" Ejercito

Pakil

   5th Class

4th District     

450

46.50

20,822

13

Vipops R. Martinez

Pangil

4th Class

4th District      

520

45.03

23,201

8

Jovit Reyes

Pila

3rd Class

4th District

1500

31.2

46,534

17


Boy Quiat

Rizal

5th Class

3rd District

560

27.9

15,518

11


Antonino A. Aurelio

Santa Cruz

1st Class

4th District

2900

38.59

110, 943

26

Domingo Dennis G. Panganiban

Santa Maria

4th Class

4th District

250

108.4

26839

25

Cindy Carolino

Siniloan

2nd Class

4th District

550

64.51

35363

20


Eduardo Tibay

Victoria

4th Class

3rd District

1500

22.35

34604

9


Raul Gonzalez


Laguna lies on the southern shores of Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. On the southern border of the province are Mt. Makiling and Mt. Banáhaw, both are long dormant volcanoes, but still sources of geothermal energy. Mt. Makiling is popular for the numerous hot spring resorts that are found on its slopes. Pagsanjan Falls is a popular waterfall that tumbles down a deep gorge in the hills.

The eastern portion of Laguna straddles the southernmost portions of the Sierra Madre mountain range. The province is relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year for a small portion near the southern boundary. The other parts, west of Santa Cruz municipality, experience a dry season from November to April and rainy season during the rest of the year. The eastern and southern most portions do not have distinct season, with rainfall more evenly distributed throughout the year.

Blessed with natural resources and a rich culture, Laguna is a picture of abundance. It is surrounded by mountains and embraces the Philippines’ largest lake, the Laguna de Bay, which is a source of living for the towns and cities around it. Many tourist spots dot the province, including the house of Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, and other historical landmarks.  Millions of tourists also flock to various resorts all over the province, which is often dubbed the “resort capital” of the country.  

Today, the province is home to modern industries. Automobile companies and electronics firms have set up shop in several cities, propelling the province’s economic progress.

Political and Economic Synopsis

Based on annual incomes, much of the economic prosperity is enjoyed only by the 1st and 2nd districts of the province, where most of its highly urbanized cities are located. In 2011, seven cities and municipalities in the 1st and 2nd districts had a total income way higher than that of the 23 towns in the less developed 3rd and 4th districts, according to the COA report.

Moreover, the richest towns in the 1st and 2nd districts—Calamba, Binan, and Sta. Rosa—each had incomes higher than that of all towns combined in either the 3rd or 4th district.

Known political clan like the Almoro, Alonte, Arcillas, Chipeco, Lazaro, Lajara, Amante, Ejercito and San Luis were the dominant clan who religiously controlled most of the political party in the province. Their political affiliation will depend on who were the one controlling the door of power in Malacanang. Those families were historically affiliated in the previous administration depending on the political party that is in power.


VII. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

Activity by Timeframe (by Annual/by Quarter)

  1. 1st Year (2014-2015)

a.1) first Quarter:

  • setting up of Training Centers and its requirements;
  • setting of the Trainers Pool;
  • training Design Preparation/Module Preparation Provincial level/Village Level;
  • general orientation for  the Leaders and Volunteer Workers;
  • processing of the 1st batch of Trainees (30 Pax) and 25% Village level Organizers (169 pax); and
  • Processing of the Administrative/Finance Staff.


a.2) 2nd to 4th Quarter:  1st batch Implementation (9 Modules)

  • 169 Village level party organizers
  • 30 Provincial Level Party Organizers
  • 9 Sessions = 1 Module per Month
  • 169 Village level Chapter Building/Assemblies
  • 36 Tactics Session = 1 Session per week per District
  • 1 Annual Eco-CO Conference

b) 2nd Year (2015-2016)

b.1) 1st to 3rd Quarter:  2nd batch Implementation (9 Modules)

  • 169 Village level party organizers
  • 30 Provincial Level Party Organizers
  • 9 Sessions = 1 Module per Month
  • 169 Village level Chapter Building/Assemblies
  • 36 Tactics Session = 1 Session per week per District
  • 1 Annual Eco-CO Conference

b.2) 4th Quarter

  • 1 Provincial Party Assembly/Primary Election for 2016 National Election
  • 30 Town/City Assembly/Primary Election for 2016 National Election
  • Preparation of Terminal Report


System and Mechanism

Partido Kalikasan Training and Organizing Program (PK-TOP):  Partido Kalikasan Provincial Chapter Strengthening and Institutionalization will be implemented on the following manner:

  1. A Trainers Pool from seasoned Community Organizers, Academic Community and Expert in the field of Environmental Discipline will be organized; both were responsible in formulating the Training Design, Modules and Policies pertaining to the implementation of the Project;

  2. One (1) Year Training Contract with the prospective trainees will be institutionalized; and

  3. Nine (9) Modules will be formulated base on Attitude, Skills and Knowledge level of the participants.

  4. Administrative/Finance Head, 4 Administrative Staff and One Project Coordinator will be hired for the same purposes.

The Administrative/Finance Unit will do the task of support team.


Monitoring and Evaluation

A Management Committee (MANCOM) composed of the Executive Director, Chairman and Treasurer of KABALANGAY; and the President, Secretary General and Treasurer of Partido Kalikasan – Laguna Chapter. MANCOMM is in charge of policy determination with an oversight function of the project

A designated Project Coordinator will responsible to Head the project.

 

Once a month assessment-theorizing for the trainee will be institutionalized. Once week tactics Session: One on One individual consultation will also be institutionalized.

Year End Annual Eco-CO Conference will be constituted to summarize both the respective experiences of the trainees, opportunities for the International and Domestic updates and challenges, framework for the succeeding operational year. A year ender report will be submitted and prepared by the Project Coordinator. The Management Committee will do the preparation and thereafter submit a Terminal Report.

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VIII.  Training Organising Program Modules

MODULE

TOPIC

METHODOLOGY/ PROCESS

DURATION

OBJECTIVE


MODULE  I:

Understanding the Sociological underpinnings of groups perspective: Philippines & The Historical Perspective of  western tradition;


I. Philippine Political – economic situation.

II. Political Spectrum

III. Green Philosophy

  1. International Context

  2. PK

  3. Best practices of Indonesia Green Party and other emerging Green party

IV.  Green  Platform


Input/ Workshop


Reflection/Homework: Module II


7 days


Profiling


MODULE II.

Base Building & Party Building Process


I. Election Laws & Related Practices

II. Political Unit

III. Basic Principles, Process & Methodology on Party Building Process


Input/ Workshop


Reflection/Homework: Module III


5 Days

 

MODULE III.


I. Social Investigation

II. Entry / Integration

III.  Contact  Building / Core Formation


Input/ Workshop


Reflection/Homework: Module IV


3 Days

 

MODULE IV.


I. Adhoc  formation

II. Issue Analysis

III. Mobilization/ Engagement


Input/ Workshop


Reflection/Homework: Module VI


3 Days

 

MODULE V.


I. Structure Building

II. Execomm.

III. Committee

IV. Community Planning

  • VEGDF Process




Input/ Workshop


Reflection/Homework: Module VII


3 Days

 

MODULE VI


Annual  Eco- CO Conference


Input/ Workshop


Reflection: Evaluation Process


7 Days

 

 

IX. BUDGETTARY REQUIREMENTS

 

 

ITEM

AMOUNT

CONTENGENCY FUND

TOTAL BY

TOTAL

 
     

5%

5%

QUARTER

AMOUNT

1

SALARIES AND WAGES     

 

 A. Trainees Pool:

         
 

      1. Project Coordinator

P240,000.00

P12,000.00

P12,000.00

P60,000.00

P84,000.00

 

      2. Training Staff

P216,000.00

P10,800.00

P10,800.00

P54,000.00

P75,600.00

 

 B. Head

P900,000.00

P45,000.00

P45,000.00

P225,000.00

P315,000.00

 

 C. PK Training Staff

P2,400,000.00

P120,000.00

P120,000.00

P600,000.00

P840,000.00

 

 D. Community Organizer

P2,520,000.00

P126,000.00

P126,000.00

P630,000.00

P882,000.00

 

TOTAL

P6,276,000.00

P313,800.00

P313,800.00

P1,569,000.00

P2,196,600.00

             

2. REGULAR EXPENSES     

 

A. Fixed Expenses

P450,000.00

P22,500.00

P22,500.00

P112,500.00

P157,500.00

 

B. Equipment

P621,000.00

P31,050.00

P31,050.00

P155,250.00

P217,350.00

 

C. Furniture & Fixtures

P105,000.00

P5,250.00

P5,250.00

P26,250.00

P36,250.00

 

D. Vehicle

P220,000.00

P11,000.00

P11,000.00

P55,000.00

P77,000.00

 

E. Communication

P90,000.00

P4,500.00

P4,500.00

P22,500.00

P31,500.00

 

TOTAL

P1,486,000.00

P74,300.00

P74,300.00

P371,500.00

P520,100.00

3. SEMINARS & TRAINING:

 

1. Transportation

P450,000.00

P22,500.00

P22,500.00

P112,500.00

P157,500.00

 

2.Foods

P1,620,000.00

P81,000.00

P81,000.00

P405,000.00

P567,000.00

 

3.Office Supplies

P90,000.00

P4,500.00

P4,500.00

P22,500.00

P31,500.00

 

4. Venue

P180,000.00

P9,000.00

P9,000.00

P45,000.00

P63,000.00

 

TOTAL

P2,340,000.00

P117,000.00

P117,000.00

P585,000.00

P819,000.00

4. ANNUAL ASSEMBLY:

     
 

1. Foods

P270,000.00

P13,500.00

P13,500.00

P67,500.00

P94,500.00

 

2.Transportation

P50,000.00

P2,500.00

P2,500.00

12,500.00

P17,500.00

 

3. Kit

P10,000.00

P500.00

P500.00

P2,500.00

P3,500.00

 

TOTAL

P330,000.00

P16,500.00

P16,500.00

P82,500.00

P115,500.00

 

TOTAL BUDGET PROPOSAL

P10,432,000.00

P 521,600.00

P 521,600.00

P 2,008,000.00

P 3,651,200.00

 
 

Prepared by:

         
 

EDISON Y. JARAMILLO, Kabalangay Chairman

         


BUDGET PROPOSAL continued

Year 2014-2016      

1

SALARIES AND WAGES     

 

 A. Trainees Pool:

         
 

      1. Project Coordinator

1

P20,000.00 x 12 months

P240,000.00

   
 

      2. Training Staff

1

P18,000.00 x 12 months

P216,000.00

   
 

 B. Head (1ST dist, 2ND dist, 3RD, 4TH A- 4TH dist. B)

5

P15,000.00 x 12 months

P900,000.00

   
 

 C. PK Training Staff

20

P10,000.00 x 12 months

P2,400,000.00

   
 

 D. Community Organizer

30

P7,000 x 12 months

P2,520,000.00

   
 

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES

 

P6,276,000.00

     

2

REGULAR EXPENSES     

 

 A. Fixed Expenses:     

 

   1. Office Rental

 

P20,000.00 x 12 months

P240,000.00

   
 

   2. Electric Bills

 

P5,000.00 x 12 months

P60,000.00

   
 

   3. Water Bills

 

P2,500.00 x 12 months

P30,000.00

   
 

   4. Telephone Bills

 

P5,000.00 x 12 months

P60,000.00

   
 

   5. Office Supplies

 

P5,000.00 x 12 months

P60,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P450,000.00

 
 

B. Office Equipment:     

 

  1. Computer with complete set

 

2 units x P50,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  2. Electric Fan

 

3 units x P2,000.00

P6,000.00

   
 

  3. Projector Overhead

 

1 unit x P100,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  4. Xerox Machine

 

1 unit x P100,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  5. Fax Machine

 

1 unit x P100,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  6. Sound System

 

1 unit x P100,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  7. Lap Top

 

1 unit x P50,000.00

P50,000.00

   
 

  8. digital Camera

 

1 unit x P20,000.00

P20,000.00

   
 

  9. Typewriter

 

1 unit x P20,000.00

P20,000.00

   
 

 10. TV Set with VCD Player

 

1 unit x P15,000.00

P15,000.00

   
 

 11. Lamination Machine

 

1unit x P10,000.00

P10,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P621,000.00

 
             
 

C. Office Furniture & Fixtures:

         
 

  1. Steel Cabinet

 

5 units x P5,000.00

P25,000.00

   
 

  2. Chairs

 

50 pcs.

P20,000.00

   
 

  3. Office Table

 

10 pcs.

P30,000.00

   
 

  4. Kitchen Utensils - Assorted

   

P30,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P105,000.00

 
 

D. Office Vehicle:

         
 

  1. Car

 

1 unit x P100,000.00

P100,000.00

   
 

  2. Gasoline

   

P50,000.00

   
 

  3. Spare Parts ^ Maintenance

   

P50,000.00

   
 

  4. Tools (complete set)

   

P20,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P220,000.00

 
 

E. Office Communication Equipment:

         
 

  1. Load Allowance

 

25 fax x P300.00 x 12 months

P90,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P90,000.00

 
 

TOTAL REGULAR EXPENSES

     

P1,486,000.00

 
             

3

SEMINARS & TRAINING:     

 

1. Transportation (P250.00/head x 200 fax x 9 sessions)

   

P450,000.00

   
 

2.Foods (200 fax x P150/meal x 3 meal x 2days x 9 sessions)

 

P1,620,000.00

     
 

3.Office Supplies (200 fax x 50/kit x 9 sessions)

   

P90,000.00

   
 

4. Venue (P20,000.00 x 9 sessions)

   

P180,000.00

   
 

                 169 - BARANGAY VOLUNTEER  WORKERS

         
 

                                30 - CITY/ TOWN                     

         
 

                              199 FAX

         
 

TOTAL

     

P2,340,000.00

 

4

ANNUAL ASSEMBLY:

         
 

1. Foods (200 fax x P150/meal x 3 meal x 3days)

   

P270,000.00

   
 

2.Transportation (P250.00 x 200 fax)

   

P50,000.00

   
 

3. Kit (200 fax x P50.00 kit)

   

P10,000.00

   
 

TOTAL

     

P330,000.00

 

SUMMARY OF BUDGET PROPOSAL     

 

1. Salaries & Wages

   

P6,276,000.00

   
 

2. Regular Expenses

   

P1,486,000.00

   
 

3. Seminars and Trainings

   

P2,340,000.00

   
 

4. Annual Assembly

   

P330,000.00

   
 

TOTAL BUDGET PROPOSAL

   

P10,432,000

 
 

YOLANDA L. LABRO

   

EDISON Y. JARAMILLO

   
 

MANCOM MEMBER

   

MANCOM MEMBER

   
 

RAMON MAGUNDAYAO

   

CORAZON T. AMANTE

   
 

MANCOM MEMBER

   

MANCOM MEMBER

   
 

MARCELINO E. AQUINO

   

MEDELYN Q MAGUNDAYAO

   
 

MANCOM MEMBER

   

MANCOM MEMBER

   
 

NORITA AQUINO

         
 

MANCOM MEMBER

         


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