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Office of the President National Anti-Poverty Commission Taking on the Challenge: Fighting Poverty and Office of the President National Anti-Poverty Commission Taking on the Challenge: Fighting Poverty and Hunger The Right to Food Way Labanan ang Kahirapan !!! DOLORES DE QUIROS-CASTILLO, CSEE, MNSA, GSC (PAR) NAPC Assistant Secretary

Key Areas for Presentation § Our Target: the Poor and Reducing Poverty and Hunger Key Areas for Presentation § Our Target: the Poor and Reducing Poverty and Hunger § Government Responses: Winning the War Against Poverty and Hunger: § Our Stakes and Taking On the Challenges Ahead

WHO ARE THE POOR ? Republic Act No. 8425 - Social Reform and Poverty WHO ARE THE POOR ? Republic Act No. 8425 - Social Reform and Poverty Alleviation Act defines: The poor refers to individuals and families whose incomes fall below the official poverty threshold as defined by the government and/or cannot afford to provide in a sustained manner for their minimum basic needs for food, health, education, housing, and other social amenities of life.

HOW TO FIGHT POVERTY? Social Reform and Poverty Alleviation Act (RA 8425) - A HOW TO FIGHT POVERTY? Social Reform and Poverty Alleviation Act (RA 8425) - A landmark law that created NAPC Section 2, No. 4 (e) states that “The social reform agenda shall address the fight against poverty through a multi-dimensional and cross-sectoral approach which recognizes and respects the core values, cultural integrity, and spiritual diversity of target sectors and communities;

ENHANCED KALAHI FRAMEWORK PROPOSED OPERATIONAL “HAPPIER” OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK VISION ANCHORS OPERATIONS 1. 2. 3. ENHANCED KALAHI FRAMEWORK PROPOSED OPERATIONAL “HAPPIER” OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK VISION ANCHORS OPERATIONS 1. 2. 3. AGENDA GOALS H U M A N R I G H T S D I M E N S I O N Poverty Reduction Economic Dimensions Social/ Cultural Dimensions Political and Governance Dimensions Ecological/ Environmental Dimensions Poverty Incidence reduced by half in 2010 2. Population Growth Rate of 1. 9% by 2010 High environmental sustainability by 2015 Population Management Environment Sustainability G E N D E R D I M E N S I O N Millennium Development Goals Medium Term Development Plan + STRATEGIES MECHANISM Enhancing Promoting Availment Participatory Resources Market of Public Goods Governance Capacities Competitiveness & Services Policies Institutional Arrangement NATIONAL / PAPR NGAs DRIVERS Programs LGUs Social Protection, Peace & Order & Security Monitoring Advocacy/ & IEC Evaluation LGU / LPRAP CSOs SUPPLY Private Sector BASIC SECTORS (Poor/vulnerable) DEMAND

ENHANCED KALAHI “HAPPIER” Strategies CURRENT STRATEGY ENHANCED POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY ENHANCING RESOURCES CAPACITIES ASSET ENHANCED KALAHI “HAPPIER” Strategies CURRENT STRATEGY ENHANCED POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY ENHANCING RESOURCES CAPACITIES ASSET REFORM • Land Resources Improvement/ Utilization • Labor Quality Improvement • Capital Augmentation • Technology Entrepreneurship Improvement PROMOTING MARKET COMPETITIVENESS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ENHANCING AVAILMENT OF PUBLIC GOODS AND SERVICES LIVELIHOOD AND EMPLOYMENT PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE SOCIAL PROTECTION INCLUDING PEACE AND ORDER, AND SECURITY

OPERATIONAL NEXUSES: OPERATIONAL NEXUSES OUR FIGHTING TARGETS POVERTY HUNGER POVERTY INCIDENCE REDUCED FROM 34% OPERATIONAL NEXUSES: OPERATIONAL NEXUSES OUR FIGHTING TARGETS POVERTY HUNGER POVERTY INCIDENCE REDUCED FROM 34% BY HALF OR AT LEAST 20% BY 2010 POPULATION GROWTH RATE REDUCED FROM 2. 3 TO 1. 9 BY 2010 ENVIRONMENT HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY BY 2015

Accelerated Hunger Mitigation Program Unavailable or insufficient food to eat HUNGER No money to Accelerated Hunger Mitigation Program Unavailable or insufficient food to eat HUNGER No money to buy food Hunger Mitigation Measures Demand Side Supply Side Increase Food Production Productivity programs including livestock, crops, marine regeneration (mangrove and coastal fishery development), farm family (Gulayan ng Masa) and irrigation - DA, DENR, NIA Enhance efficiency of logistics & food delivery a) Barangay Food Terminal & Tindahan Natin – NFA, DSWD b) Ports (RORO)maximum use of private ports, shipping DOTC/PPA c) Farm to market roads –DPWH, DAR d) Efficient local transport – LGUs/Leagues of P/C/M/B e) Food for School Program- Put more money in poor people’s pockets a) Improve productivity in coconut areas (coconut coir, virgin coconut oil & other value-adding products; coconet production) – DA, PCA, CIIF b) More aggressive microfinancing – PCFC, LBP, DSWD c) Maximize employment opportunities in construction & maintenance of farm-tomarket roads, irrigation and roadside maintenance Promote good nutrition a) Conduct social marketing – DOH, NNC/ LGUs b) Promote exclusive breastfeedin g, appropriate complementa ry feeding, and increased consumption of vegetables – DOH/ LGUs c) Nutrition Manage populati on Responsib le Parenthoo d– POPCOM / LGUs / ULAP / Leagues of P/C/M/B

Catalyzing CONVERGENCE, HARMONIZATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION Catalyzing CONVERGENCE, HARMONIZATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION

POLICY ADVOCACY AND POLICY REFORM CONVERGENT PROGRAM/SERVICE DELIVERY PEOPLE/INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGCAPABILITY DEV RESOURCES MOB & POLICY ADVOCACY AND POLICY REFORM CONVERGENT PROGRAM/SERVICE DELIVERY PEOPLE/INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGCAPABILITY DEV RESOURCES MOB & SOCIAL MARKETING Key Components and Goals REDUCED POVERTY & HUNGER IMPROVED GOVERNANCE EMPOWERED COMMUNITIES

Labanan ang Kahirapan! OUR COMMON CHALLENGES • • • Converge & ensure unity in Labanan ang Kahirapan! OUR COMMON CHALLENGES • • • Converge & ensure unity in directions and efforts Harmonize & synchronize on GROUNDING initiatives appropriate to LOCAL conditions, while being responsive to national/global needs and dynamics Focus and accelerate initiatives

Labanan ang Kahirapan! OUR COMMON CHALLENGES • Build capacities and enhance skills of poor Labanan ang Kahirapan! OUR COMMON CHALLENGES • Build capacities and enhance skills of poor and key stakeholders, to sustainably develop/manage resources • Strengthen and expand partnerships expand networks

Magkapit-bisig at mag- ugnayan Labanan ang kahirapan! MARAMING SALAMAT PO! National Anti-Poverty Commission Magkapit-bisig at mag- ugnayan Labanan ang kahirapan! MARAMING SALAMAT PO! National Anti-Poverty Commission