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OPLAN BASURAHAN PARA SA MASA

INTRODUCTION
This paper constitutes the results of the research carried out in the Barangay
Sawang Calero, aimed at analyzing a core problem to address in the community for its
betterment and the planning on the implementation of the recycled bin project. This also
translates that the students of NSTP Section A are truly nurtured to create, inspired to
innovate and destined to serve.

METHODOLOGY
The Respondents
The survey method was used to determine the problems existing in Barangay
Sawang Calero. The respondents of the survey for the data gathering were the residents of
the barangay. One hundred household were selected to be interviewed. The questionnaires
contained inquiry about the households main source of livelihood, its average income,
tenure status and educational attainment of the respondent.
There are 17 males and 73 female respondents. Most of the respondents are 41 to
50 years old while there are no respondents aging 20 years and below. Most of the
respondents are owners of businesses and small to medium enterprises and these are their
main sources of livelihood. The average household income of most of the respondents
ranges from 5001 pesos to 10000 pesos. In addition, most of them are high school
graduates and own their house and lot. 81 of the respondents have electricity in their homes,
83 respondents have water supply, and 84 respondents have toilet facilities.

Data Gathering Instruments

A questionnaire was generated by the class of NSTP 1 A of University of the


Philippines, Cebu to determine the basic economic information of the family of the chosen
respondents and the current standing base on the performance of Brgy Sawang Calero
the strengths and weaknesses of the services of the barangay that were given to the
community. The questionnaire asks the basic economic status of the family and also the
rating to the barangay by the respondents. The survey questionnaire also included an openended question at the end.
The questionnaire had two parts. The first part consists of personal economic
information of the family while the second part contains the performance rating of the
barangay, the problems of the barangay that needs to be solved, and the programs that
should be implemented. The following questions in the survey questionnaire were formulated
by the researchers: (1) What is your main sources of livelihood? (2) What is your average
household income? (3) What is your educational attainment? (4) What is your tenure status?
(5) Do you have source of electricity, water supply, and toilet facilities in your home? (6)
How do you assess the performance of the barangay given 1 as poor and 5 as outstanding?
(7) What are the three problems in your barangay that need to be solved? (8) What are the
programs you want to be implemented in your barangay?; and an open-ended question (9)
What are your remarks or comments to your barangay?
Data Gathering Procedures
The class was divided into groups for health, education, Barangay Hall, and survey.
For the health group, the students assigned to this gathered health information from the
barangay health center. The data that were gathered include the number of nurses, number
of doctors, the common illnesses of the residents, and the number of medical cases that
were recorded.
For the education group, they gather data which consists of the number of teachers,
children, workers, and centers of the Daycare Center; the number of schools, the student
population for public schools for each grade level according to gender, drop-out rates,
elementary graduates for the last academic year, high school graduates for the last
academic year, and the number of teachers for elementary and high school; their ALS
Program: number of enrollees with their age and gender and the number of teachers;
barangay vocational courses/programs.
For the group assigned to the barangay hall, the data gathered consists of the map of
the barangay, the land area of the barangay, the borders of the barangay, the population and
demographics of the community, and the Local Government Unit profile.
For the survey, the 100 respondents were the residents of Brgy Sawang Calero and
were randomly chosen. The students were asked to look for a pair and each pair is assigned
to survey and ask questions based from the questionnaire. Each pair is instructed to survey

at least three families. Since the survey was not done within one Wednesday, the following
Wednesday was given to finish the survey. After finishing the survey, the questionnaires
were gathered and the answers were tallied.

BARANGAY PROFILE
Geographical information

Total Land Area: 22.32 hectares


Borders:
o Northern Boundary - Barangay Suba
o Southern Boundary - Barangay Duljo Fatima
o Western Boundary - Barangay San Nicolas Proper
o Eastern Boundary - Coastline Boundary facing SRP bridge

Population and Demographics

Total population: 8 409 people (as of 2014)


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Number of blocks: 6 blocks

Local Government Unit (LGU) Profile

Barangay Captain: Hon. Ariel G. Yburan

Barangay Secretary: Mrs. Consolacion B. Gallarde

Barangay Treasurer: Mr. Raquel J. Jurado

Barangay Councilors

Hon. Benjamin C. Zabate (Peace and Order Committee)

Hon. Darius B. Borja (Disaster and Sports Committee)

Hon. Kenny Glenn I. Silud (Historical Committee)

Hon. Vilma Espina (Social Services Committee)

Hon. Ariel V. Quiroga (Social Services Commitee: Finance and Health)

Hon. Ramon V. Diamante (Public Services Committee)

Hon. Michelle D. Zabate (Committee on Education)

Existing local special bodies/organizations/council and their member compositions


o

Barangay Council for the Protection of Children

Barangay Development Council

Barangay Solid Waste Management Council

Barangay Public Safety

ERPAT

Womens Organization

FORGE, Inc.

Projects and Accomplishments

Assessment Reports

Development Plans

Seminars and Orientations on: Child


Trafficking, Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act
(RA 9344), Kasambahay Law Orientation,
ALS Orientation, DCW, DCC Participation in
Nutrition Month Parade and Parent
Effectiveness Seminar

Seminars and Orientations on: Child Trafficking,


Juvenile Justice and Welafre Act (RA 9344), Anti
Child Labor Law (9231), VAW C Act (9262),
Magna Carta on Women/Gender Sensitivity
Training (RA 9710), Anti-Sexual Harassment Act
(RA 7877), Anti Rape Law (RA 8353), Anti
Trafficking in Person Act (RA 9208), Substance
Abuse Prevention

Childrens Month Celebration

BADAC Monthly Meeting

Childrens Congress

Purchase of Gadgets in relation to Peace and


Order (1 unit patrol car, 20 pcs barangay uniform,
20 pcs handcuff, 20 pcs raincoat, 20 pcs flashlight,
20 pcs whistle, 10 additional units of handheld
radio)

Childrens Summit

Street lighting

Childrens Summer Camp

Installation of CCTV

SOCA (State of Childrens

Address)

Crowd, Ground and Traffic Control (participation in


government activities)

Childrens Poster-making Contest

Operation Timbang (0-71 mos.)

Womens Month Celebration

Follow-up Weighing (Grade School and Preschool


children)

Mothers Class/Pabasa

Community Feeding

Participation in PWD/NDPR Week

Micronutrients Supplementation (Vitamin A,


Deworming)

Participation in GST - Gender Sensitivity


Awareness

Food Assistance on School Children (including


Day Cares I and II and SNP I and II)

Participation in Solo Parents Team Building

Nutrition Education (Mothers Class Pabasa)

Pantawid General Assembly

Breast Feeding Support Group

Acquisition of Life-Saving Equipments

Nutritional and Health Services (Medical Mission,


Dental Check-up, Dog and Cat Vaccination)

Purchase of Ambulance

Nutrition Month Celebration (participation in the


NAO Congress, BNAO Congress, Nutrition Month
Parade)

Acquisition of Fire Truck

Home, School and Community Food Production

Rehabilitation/Installation of Paging System

Container Gardening Contest

Installation of CCTV

Womens Month Celebration

Improvement of Evacuation Center

Women Team Building, Evaluation,


and Budgeting

Installation of Early Warning Devices: Street


Signage, Warning Bell

Disaster Preparedness Orientation

Disaster Preparedness Seminar

Livelihood Training

Repair and Maintenance of Vehicles

Kasambahay (survey and orientation

Barangay Assembly

Solo Parents (Orientation and Evaluation)

Strengthening of BDC/BCPC and other Local


Special Bodies (monthly meeting)

PWD Week

Staff Annual Performance

Pantawid General Assembly

Evaluation

Staff Skills Enhancement Trainings

Childrens Month Celebration

Improvement of Sports Complex

Childrens Congress Summer Camp

Renovation/Improvement of New Multipurpose and Old Multi-purpose Building

State of the Barangay Address (SOBA)

BCPC Evaluation and Monitoring

Operation Tuli

Planning

Acquisition of Patrol Car

CICL and CARO Rehabilitation Tour

Purchase of Uniforms for Tanods

Focus Group Discussion of CICL and CARODSWS as Facilitators

Purchase of Safety Gears

Skills Training

Day Care Centers Rehabilitation

Repair and Maintenance of 8 vehicles

Logistical Assistance to Schools (purchase


of sound system for school use)

Construction of New Drainage System (Blocks 4, 5


and 6)

Acquisition of 25 units of toilet bowl

Canal Improvement (Blocks 1, 2 and 4)

Acquisition of Mini Fire Truck

Renovation of Evacuation Center

Purchase of Ambulance

General Assembly (twice a year)

Installation of New Dry Hydrant

Strengthening of BDC/BCPC and other special


bodies (regular meetings, assessment and planning)

Installation of Early Warning Devices

Acquisition of Disaster Care (one unit Disaster car)

Skills Enhancement Seminars, Trainings


and Drills on Fire Fighting and First Aid

Hiring of Staff (4 street cleaners)

Coastal Clean-up

Staff Annual Performance Evaluation

Canal Improvement (Blocks 1, 2, 5,


and 6)

BCPC Evaluation and Monitoring

Implementation of RA 9003 or Ordinance


1361

Rehabilitation of Drainage (Blocks 1and 2)

Container Gardening

Improvement of Old Barangay Hall

Construction of New Drainage System


(Block 4)

Installation of Shed Fronting Barangay Hall

Purchase of One Unit of Digital Camera

Flood Control Program (Purchase of One Unit of


Suction Pump)

Purchase of One Unit of Generator Machine

Profiling of Residents per Block for Street Signage


(Survey and Data gathering)

Disaster Seminars and Training

Purchase of Tools and Equipments for Calamityrelated Purpose and Disaster Car

Purchase of Additional Paging System

Posting of Hazard Map with Frame and Plastic Cover

Purchase of First Aid Kit, Medicines and Spine Board

Additional CCTV

Additional Fire Truck

Inventory of Skills and Skills Training Needed

Livelihood Seminar and Training in Coordination with


DMDP, TESDA and DOLE

Job Fair/Job Referral

Construction of Drainage System (Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


and 6)

Adapting RA 9003 and Ordinance 1361

Coastal Clean-up

Acquisition of Tools and Equipment


Collectors/de-cloggers

for Garbage

Container Gardening

Education
Number of schools: 6

Elementary School: 1

Day Care Centers: 3

Supervise Neighborhood: 2

Population

Student population for public schools for each grade level

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Daycare Center 1- Male 16 Female- 25 Total: 41

Daycare Center 2- Male 30 Female- 36 Total: 66

Elementary School:

Male- 596

Female- 586

Total: 1182

Drop-out rate- 0.68%

Number of teachers for elementary school- 26

Health

Number of centers: 1

Number of doctors: 0 since August 2015

Number of nurse: 1

Number of health workers and volunteers: 3 health workers. No volunteers.

Average monthly number of patients: 120 patients

Birth and mortality rates

Male: 0

Female: 0

Common illnesses

Children

Adults

Cough

High Blood Pressure

Colds

Diabetes

Fever

Cholesterol

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Diarrhea

Arthritis

Dehydration

There will always be at least one account of these illnesses every day.

Number of persons with disabilities and types of disability: 156 individuals recorded

inborn diseases

polio

Drug abuse rates: 30 out of 100

Number of persons diagnosed with mental illness/disability: 156 persons

Vaccines and medications availability

OPV

Pentavalent vaccine 1234


- five individual vaccines conjugated in one intended to
actively protect infant children from 5 potentially deadly diseases: Haemophilus
Influenza type B (the bacteria that causes meningitis, pneumonia and otitis),
Whooping Cough (or Pertussis), Tetanus, Hepatitis B and Diphtheria

BCG (Bacillus CalmetteGurin) against tuberculosis

Distance and travel time to nearest hospital

(oral

polio vaccine) 123 against polio

Hospital

Distance

Travel Time

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Adventist Hospital
(formerly known as H. W. Miller Memorial
Sanitarium and Hospital)

Cebu City Medical Center (CCMC)

850 m

1.1 km

Partnerships with NGOs and others, if any

Forge Incorporated

Bidlisiw Foundation

Health programs/projects currently in place and status

Feeding program

Shots of Vitamin A

deworming

minutes

5 minutes

Utilities

Public comfort rooms: 3 to 4 (pay for rent)

Main roads (total road length): 250 meters

Modes of transportation within and outside the barangay


o

Traysikad

Kalesa

Tricycle

Jeep (in main roads)

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Sanitation

Schedule and frequency of garbage collection: twice a day everyday

Gender and Development

Officers
o

(GAD Focal) Lovelia Macavia

(Member) Corazon Daan

(Member) Aristedisa Javenes

(Member) Jennifer Ragasajo

Number of members: 4

GAD-related crimes and crime rates (e.g. rape, harassment, child abuse)
Violation Against Women and Children
A. No recent reports of rape (most recent was over 10 years ago)
B. Sexual Harassment
a. Most recent (act of lasciviousness) was reported on April of
2015 endorsed to the DSWD
b. Child Abuse Cases (Acts of lasciviousness, Trafficking,
Physical, Verbal, Emotional, Psychological Abuses): 89 cases
in total from January to November 11, 2015

Projects/programs and their status


o

Maternal and childcare programs


a. Nutri-Educational Talks
b. Mothers Classes (if nutrition classes are not conducted; this
concerns family planning and immunizations)
c. Pabasa sa Nutrisyon (ongoing by session module-reading)
d. Breast-feeding Support Group (ongoing series of counselling during
pre-natal periods)
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Womens livelihood
a. Womens GABAY
b. DOLE Seminars on Food Processing, Dress-making, Candlemaking, etc.

Youth involvement

Youth Task Force

*based on a survey with 100 respondents


Tenure Status*

House

Lot

Owned

77

57

Rented

15

18

Not Owned

22

No Data

Educational Attainment*
15

No Grade Completed

Pre-school

Elementary Level

Elementary Graduate

11

High School Level

26

High School Graduate

28

Vocational Course

College Undergraduate

14

College Graduate/Academic Degree Holder

11

Post Baccalaureate/Post-Study Graduate

16

Livelihood

Main source of livelihood: Business and SMEs

Business and SMEs

29

Vendor

25

Others

14

Private Employee

Government

Worker

Dependent on Family Members

Driver

Factory Worker

N/A

OFW

Number of big enterprises: 111


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Number of SMEs (small to medium enterprises)


Small: 79
Medium: 20

Types of SMEs
o

Sari-sari Store

Carinderia

Average amount of capital for SMEs: P7 008.33

Average household income: P5 001-P10 000/month

Below P1,000/month

P1,001-P5,000/month

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P5,001-P10,000/month

30

P10,001-P15,000/month

P15,001-P20,000/month

P20,001-P30,000/month

P30,001-P40,000/month

P40,001-P50,000/month

P50,001 and above

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N/A

Barangay livelihood projects and status

Most families in the barangay have small enterprises (carinderia, sari-sari and fish
market stalls) some are employees of big enterprises like Ludo.

Utilities

Electricity

With electricity

91

Without electricity

Water Supply

Privately Owned

41

Common Water Supply

33

No Date

16

With Water Supply

10

19

Number of public faucets: 12

Toilet Facilities

Privately Owned

59

Common Toilet Facilities

14

Without Toilet Facilities

No Data

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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION


The results of the surveys done by Section A in Sawang Calero revealed the
following information:
Rating of Satisfaction:
5 Outstanding
4 Very Satisfactory
3 Satisfactory
2 Unsatisfactory
1 Poor
Mean (x)
Public Education/School

4.17

Health Services

3.66

Performance of barangay officials

3.53

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Safety and security

3.28

Public utilities (water and public restrooms)

3.09

Gender and development programs

3.00

Sanitation and waste disposal

2.56

Livelihood Programs

2.54

***base on a respondents of 100


Table 6. Barangay Assessment
Table 6 shows that the lowest mean rate of 2.54 falls under Livelihood
Programs. Followed by Sanitation and waste disposal with a mean rate of 2.56.This
implies that the Livelihood Programs and Sanitation and waste disposal in Barangay
Sawang Calero is unsatisfactory based on the respondents of the said barangay.

Sanitation and Waste Disposal

65

Safety and Security

24

Performance of the barangay officials

19

N/A

15

Lack of Livelihood Programs

Public Utilities

Health Services

Public Education

Women

Youth

***base on a respondents of 100


Table 7. Problems in the Barangay
Table 7 shows that Sanitation and Waste disposal has the highest number of
frequency which is 65. This coincides with the results of the previous table which states that
sanitation and waste disposal in the barangay is very unsatisfactory.

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N/A

32

Sanitation and Waste Disposal Programs

19

Others

11

Livelihood Programs

Gender and Development Programs

Educational Program

Health Programs

Improvement of Barangay Officials Performance

Public Utilities

Safety and Security

***base on a respondents of 100


Table 8. Programs that the respondents want to be implemented in the Barangay
Table 8 shows that aside from the 32 people who had no answers for this survey, 19
others wanted programs for improving Barangay Sawang Caleros sanitation and waste
disposal, having the highest frequency

Unsorted Comments

56

Negative Comments

13

Positive Comments

13

***base on a respondents of 100


Table 9. Respondents comments towards the barangay
The table shows that the comments from the respondents vary with the unsorted
comments having the highest number of frequency. Base on the data collected, most
unsorted comments were okay ra.

CONCLUSION
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Based on the research survey conducted, it can be observed that the major problems
of the residents of Brgy. Sawang Calero are directed towards sanitation and waste disposal.
Majority of the 100 respondents said that improper waste disposal is their biggest
predicament. On the other hand, majority of them are also satisfied with the barangays
performance. In line with this, Section A would integrate all the data gathered in the project
proposal along with proper promulgation of information.

SUMMARY
The survey was conducted by Section A to bring up a project proposal in order to
benefit the barangay. The barangay assigned to Section A is Brgy. Sawang Calero. After the
survey has been conducted, the project proposal will be based from the responses of the
interviewers.
The survey focused on measuring the satisfaction rating of a given number of
residents (n=100) of Brgy. Sawang Calero on eight main aspects of their barangay. The
results of the rating of the residents on these aspects are as follows:

Mean (x)
Public Education/School

4.17

Health Services

3.66

Performance of barangay officials

3.53

Top 3 Results from Table 6. Barangay Assessment

Sanitation and Waste Disposal

65

Safety and Security

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Performance of the barangay officials

19

Top 3 Results from Table 7. Problems in the Barangay

N/A

32

Sanitation and Waste Disposal Programs

19

Others

11

Top 3 Results from Table 8. Programs that the respondents want to be implemented in the
Barangay

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OPLAN BASURAHAN PARA SA MASA


INTRODUCTION
The barangay profile compiled by Section A and the results of the survey conducted
by the class has revealed that the dominant problem in Barangay Sawang Calero is their
unsanitary living conditions, caused by (1) improper garbage disposal - subsequently caused
by lack of garbage bins, inefficient and irregular collection of garbage, and narrow reach of
barangay programs on sanitation - and (2) a poor drainage system - subsequently caused
by their lack of maintenance and the lack of designated garbage bins.
The goal of the project is to address the problems mentioned above in a manner that
is sustainable and economic.
This proposal will introduce the Recycled Bins project along with seminars and
information dissemination mechanisms on the importance of a clean environment and
sustainable practices to maintain cleanliness.
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Project Title

Oplan Basurahan Para sa Masa

Project Proponent/s

NSTP 1 A of University of the Philippines Cebu

Project Beneficiaries:

the community

Area of Project Implementation Brgy. Sawang Calero, Cebu City


Duration

15 Wednesdays

SITUATION ANALYSIS

With sanitation and waste disposal having the highest frequency in the survey
regarding problems and programs that needed to be looked into the barangay- accumulation
of garbage has been narrowed down to be the most pressing issue. Due to the lack of

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garbage bins and citizen participation in sustainable sanitation programs, garbage


accumulation on streets and clogging on canals have become an evident problem.
Accumulation of garbage is considered a major and pressing problem because this issue
has been linked to multiple parasitic and infectious diseases such as dengue and diarrhea.
Flooding is also an effect of this issue which will eventually lead to more diseases.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES
OBJECTIVES
To economically

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS

VERIFICATION

recycled Bins placed on identified Survey


Interview
and
efficiently critical areas
Ocular Visit
relatively fewer garbage cluttered on
address the lack
of garbage bins critical areas identified
relatively fewer garbage cluttered on
through
the
the streets
Recycled Bins.
lesser accumulation of garbage and
clogging in canals
To provide better

Propaganda/Advertising Materials regarding Observation on the

and more

the seminar posted up


participation of the
Brochures/Leaflets distributed
community
Random surveys reveal an increase in public
survey
awareness on proper waste management
interview
Increased public participation in sanitation

efficient
instruments for
information
dissemination to
address the
narrow reach of

programs and campaigns


Cleaner yards and privately owned lands and
establishments

barangay
programs
through a
comprehensive
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seminar on
barangay
Main

objective:

To

ultimately

lessen if not aid


the

barangays

problem

on

All OVIs mentioned above

garbage
accumulation
and

improper

disposal.

DESIRED IMPACT OF THE PROJECT


Oplan Basurahan Para sa Masa Project would help to lessen the unsanitary issues of
Brgy. Sawang Calero. Through providing recycled trash bins in the barangay, it would be
accessible for the community to properly dispose their garbage. As a result of this, little by
little Brgy. Sawang Calero will improve its sanitation and waste disposal issues. Other
problems will also be solved through this project such as flooding that resulted from canal
clogging.
To sustain the project, the assigned class should monitor the barangay of at least
twice or once a month to see if there are changes and things to improve. If there are
necessary changes to improve the project then the class will take action for it.

RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN


There are still other factors to be considered in this project especially those that
would hinder the successful implementation of it. One of these is the environmental factor.
Environmental factors include flooding and typhoon that would damage the recycled garbage
bins. Another would be the garbage disposal habits of the people in the community. If these
people were not aware on how to properly dispose their garbage, then the project is useless.
To lessen these factors, it is in need to make sure that the recycled bins are durable
enough to sustain the possible environmental conditions that will happen and to make sure
that the people in the barangay were given proper information regarding the proper disposal
of garbage.

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PROJECT COMMITTEES
Name of
Committee

Responsibilities/ Tasks

Contact

Contact

Person

Number

Finance

solicitations, budgeting and other

Gacutno,

Committee

financial matters

Benjan Joseph

Information

Dumanjug,

Dissemination

Trischa Sheen

Committee
Arts Committee

supervising the Recycled Bins

TBA on 1st

project

Wednesday

09095362073

in charge for monitoring progress


Monitoring

within the barangay hall; will also

TBA on 1st

Committee

be collecting observable data from

Wednesday

outside
Logistics

for special duties; also committee

Abuyan,

Committee

on problem solving

Pamela

09058960113

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WORK PLAN

Date

Committee

Activities

First

Target Output
all the members of the

Wednesda

Grouping and designation of tasks class have already their

respective groups
Will begin planning on methods of
Arts
Committee

Second
Wednesda
y

making the Recycled Bins as well


as list and buy (before next
Wednesday) the necessary
materials for the bins.

Produced final plans for


making recycle bins

Information
Disseminatio
n Committee
Special
Committee

Information
Disseminatio
n Committee
Third
Wednesda
y

continue planning for seminar,


create content for brochure and
leaflets, and think of creative

Exempted

propaganda for activities

Arts

2 Recycled Bins

Committee
Monitoring

initially start with the prototype of

Committee

the Recycled Bins

2 Recycled Bins

Special

2 Recycled Bins (for UP

Committee

Cebu)

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Finance

Plan for the sponsors of the

Have listed possible

Committee

project

sponsors

Information
Disseminati
Fourth

on

Wednesday

Committee
Arts
Committee
Monitoring

supervise the making of the

Committee

Recycled Bins

1 Recycled Bin

Special
Committee

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Finance

Consult the possible sponsors

Have asked the possible


sponsors

Committee

Information
Disseminatio
Fifth

n Committee

Wednesda
y
Arts
Committee
Monitoring
Committee

Continuation in making the


garbage bin and supervise the

1 Garbage Bins

making of the it
Special
Committee

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Finance

Still going to look for sponsors

find sponsors

Committee
Information
Disseminatio
Sixth
Wednesda
y

n Committee
Arts
Committee
Monitoring
Committee

Painting of the garbage bin

2 Painted Garbage Bin

Special
Committee

Finance
Committee

Look for sponsors

Find sponsors

Information
Disseminatio
Seventh

n Committee

Wednesda

Arts

supervise the making of the

Committee

Recycled Bins

Monitoring

coordinate with Barangay Hall for

Committee

upcoming activities

Special
Committee

Produce recycled bins

2 Recycled Bins

1 Recycled Bin

2 Recycled Bins

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Finance

Finally look for sponsors

Make sure to find


sponsors

Committee
Information
Disseminatio
Eighth

n Committee

Wednesda

Arts

supervise the making of the

Committee

Recycled Bins

Monitoring

coordinate with Barangay Hall for

Committee

upcoming activities

Special
Committee

Produce recycled bins

2 Recycled Bins

1 Recycled Bin

2 Recycled Bins

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Finance

Produce recycled bins

Committee
Information
Disseminatio
Ninth

n Committee

Wednesda

Arts

Committee

continue propaganda in the


barangay

Monitoring

coordinate with Barangay Hall for

Committee

upcoming activities

Special
Committee

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Finance

Produce recycled bins

Committee
Information
Disseminatio
Tenth

n Committee

Wednesda

Arts

Committee

continue

propaganda

in

the

barangay

Monitoring

coordinate with Barangay Hall for

Committee

upcoming activities

Special
Committee

Finance

2 recycled bins

Produce recycled bins

Committee
Information
Disseminatio

continue

propaganda

in

the Have propaganda in

barangay

barangay

Produce recycled bins

2 recycled bins

Monitoring

coordinate with Barangay Hall for

2 recycled bins

Committee

upcoming activities

Special

Produce recycled bins

Eleventh

n Committee

Wednesda

Arts

Committee

2 recycled bins

Committee
Twelfth
Wednesda
y

All
committess

Seminar

on

Proper

Waste

Management led by Committee Conduct Seminar


on Information Dissemination

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Finance
Committee
( supervised
by Committee
on Information
Dissemination
)
Arts
Thirteenth

Committee

Wednesda

( supervised

by Committee

Dissemination of Brochures and Disseminate brochures


and leaflets
Leaflets

on Information
Dissemination
)
Special
Committee

conduct

Monitoring

monitor feedback of activities

random

surveys

to

Finish survey

Committee

Fourteenth
Wednesda

Evaluation

and

based on feedback

adjustments

To evaluate the
barangay based on
feedbacks

Fifteenth
Wednesda

Phase Out

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