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DUYOG MARAWI

A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical


Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI

PROVISION OF SEEDLINGS AND GARDEN TOOLS

A Project Proposal
Submitted to Duyog Marawi, Inc.
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical Response to the Marawi Crisis

Through

BRO. REYNALDO P. BARNIDO


Executive Director

By

Basak Area Team


DUYOG MARAWI, INC

NORHAMIDAH M. DARAGANGAN
COMMUNITY FACILITATOR

July 2018

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI

INTRODUCTION/RATIONALE

The Duyog Marawi is now on its phase 2, includes programs such as


livelihood project and shelter project that aims to help those IDP’s from Marawi
Siege affected by the Marawi Siege and also those who were victims of Severe
Typhoon Vinta in order to support and help them alleviate their current living
conditions.

Last December 22, 2017 the STS Vinta had officially landed in the Philippines
area of responsibility and hit the most part of the province of Lanao del Sur. The
Municipality of Bubong is one of the municipalities in Lanao del Sur that was
affected by the STS Vinta; and one of the Barangays in the Municipality of Bubong
that was hit first by STS Vinta is the small barangay located just a several distances
away from the Ramain River named Barangay Taboro.

In line with the livelihood project of Duyog Marawi, Barangay Taboro was
one of the selected Barangays in the Municipality of Bubong where the Duyog
Marawi had conducted an emergency relief operations during its phase 1 and
now in phase 2 will be one of the target barangay in Basak Area where the
livelihood project will be implemented. When the STS vinta hit Barangay Taboro.
Most of its residents were greatly affected by the flood that reached up to the
roof of their houses. Their basic necessities were damaged during the flood. In
addition to their basic necessities, their main source of livelihood which is farming
was also greatly affected. Most of their crops were damaged. Around 70% of the
farmers in Barangay Taboro produces rice while the remaining percent produces
corn and spices. Farmers process their products after the harvest and sell it in the
market located along the highway in Bubong Lanao del Sur. Since the STS Vinta
has affected their great source livelihood, most of family in the Barangay Taboro
are until now don’t have any source of livelihood. Most of them depends on the
relief operation given by the various government agencies and as well as some
of the non-government agencies in humanitarian works.

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI
OBJECTIVES/GOALS
Aims of this proposal are the following:

1. To help the farmers alleviate their living conditions


2. To help farmers to gain knowledge about farming
3. To help the farmers enhance/develop their skills in farming

SITUATION ANALYSIS

During the orientation, the farmers raised their questions regarding from
their problem about farming. Aside from calamity which cannot prevent, one of
their problem is how to eliminate weeds and pests in their farm. According on
them, there were some insects and weeds which become resistance to pesticide
and herbicide.

During the community profiling conducted last June 2018, there were
around thirty profiled farmers producing either rice, corn or other vegetables.
Also, a consultation was conducted in order to identify what crops they produce
and who produces such crops. Some farmers had started to plant again little by
little. Some failed to plant again due to insufficiency of resources. Thus, led to
some active farmers in barangay Taboro to have no source of livelihood up until
today. The crops that most farmers in Barangat Taboro produce aside from rice
and corn were Pipino (Cucumber), Babasal (Squash), Tagotong (Eggplant),
Kamantis (Tomato), Ampalaya, Repolyo (Cabbage), Petchay, Kodalis (Beans),

NEEDS ASSESMENT
The budget proposal that the beneficiaries requested during the
community consultation that was conducted last June are Cucumber, Squash,
Tomatoes, Ampalaya, Palapa, Cabbage, Beans, Onion, Okra, Bell Paper.
According to them, the above mentioned crops and vegetables were the plants
that they used to grow and produce way back when the STS Vinta has not hit
their community yet. Moreover, these plants really do grow in the type of soil in
Barangay Taboro because most of them already have an experience in
producing these plants. These plants do not only help them in terms of foods for

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI
daily consumption but also, these plants are also sellable in the market. Aside from
the mentioned crops and vegetables, the beneficiaries are also in need of bag
spray, sprinkle, fertilizer, pesticides, hoe, bolo, reap hook, and rake. When it comes
to fertilizer, they said that they need the 14-14-14 type of fertilizer and when it
comes to pesticide they mentioned that they need the Karate and Magnum type
of pesticide.

The beneficiaries were grouped into three groups or clusters. Each of these
groups or clusters will be given the same amount of needed materials that was
listed above. Aside from materials, the beneficiaries also mentioned about their
problem west and pest from destroying their plants. They have also mentioned
that if possible they want to learn the new ways of growing the above mentioned
crops and vegetables. They are afraid that their knowledge and skills in growing
their plants are old style and that they are interested in learning the new ways, if
ever that there is. Therefore, they are also in need of seminars and workshops that
will let them learn and acquire new knowledge and skills in relation to producing
crops and vegetables.

ACTIVITES

PERSON
LIST OF ACTIVITIES EXPECTED RESULT TIME FRAME
RESPONSIBLE
1. Orientation The beneficiaries June LDRR, BAT,
and from Barangay BENEFICIARIES.
community Taboro already
consultation for oriented and that
livelihood in they are already
Barangay consulted as to
Taboro what are their
needs.
2. Making a The assigned CF June BAT and CF
project has already
proposal for the made a project
beneficiaries. proposal.

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI

3. Approval of the The proposed July LDRR,


proposed project has DEPARTMENT
project for the already been HEAD and SIR
beneficiaries. approved. REY.
4. Canvassing of The materials July-August PLW and LDRR
the materials needed for the
needed for the project to be
implementation implemented
of the project. had been
canvased.
5. Procurement of The materials August PLW and LDRR
materials. needed have
been procured.
6. Making The things August LDRR and BAT
preparations needed for the
for the seminars seminars and
and workshops. workshops are
already
prepared.
7. Conducting Seminars and August- LDRR, BAT and
seminars and workshops for the September Beneficiaries.
workshops for beneficiaries had
the already been
beneficiaries. conducted.
8. Distribution of The materials September LDRR and
materials to the have been Beneficiaries.
beneficiaries. distributed to the
beneficiaries.
9. Monitoring of The beneficiaries September- LDRR, BAT, Brgy,
the are being December Chairman, MEAL
beneficiaries. monitored. Officer.

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI
PROPOSED MATERIAL NEEDED

 Fertilizer
 Sprinkle
 Bag Spray
 Hoe
 Bolo
 Reap hook
 Rake
 Pesticides

PROPOSESD SEEDLINGS NEEDED

 Cucumber
 Squash
 Tomatoes
 Ampalaya
 Palapa
 Cabbage
 Beans
 Onion
 Okra
 Bell Pepper

DESCRIPTION OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION

During the implementation of the project, the undersigned Project Officer


in LDRR, the assigned CF from BAT, the MEAL Officer, the beneficiaries and as well
as the Barangay Chairman shall be involved in monitoring and evaluation of the
implementation of the project. The beneficiaries must have a weekly meeting so

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137
DUYOG MARAWI
A Church Based and Interfaith Dialogical
Response to the Marawi Crisis in partnership with the
Redemptorist Missionaries
SOCIAL ACTION CENTER
ST. MARY’S PRELATURE IN MARAWI
that they can evaluate themselves, discuss the problems and issues that they
have encountered, and what are the possible measures or solutions in order to
solve problems encountered. The MEAL Officer and the Project Officer will monitor
the profit of the farmers when they harvest their crops up to selling their crops to
the market. The presence of the Barangay Chairman is also needed during the
monitoring and evaluation. The assessment and monitoring are based on the
components of the project.

RECOMMENDATION

The beneficiaries from Barangay Taboro, Bubong, LDS are eligible for crops
gardening since the area is already known to be suitable to plant the crops and
vegetables that was mentioned above. The beneficiaries are also skilled and
knowledgeable when it comes to planting these crops and vegetables because
they have already done it before.

Therefore, as the undersigned Community Facilitator in Basak Area, I


recommend that the beneficiaries from Barangay Taboro, Bubong Lanao Del Sur
are eligible for this project.

Prepared by: Reviewed by:

Norhamidah M. Daragangan Ms. Sittie Nurjanisah Maidan


Community Facilitator DRR and Livelihood Officer

Noted by: Approved by:

Cathlene Lou Tacoloy Bro. Reynaldo Barnido


Department head Executive Director

Maglasang Formation House, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte
Contact Numbers: TEL: (63) 63 2246869 MOBILE: +639276615853 +639393552514
E-MAIL: duyogmarawi@gmail.com FB Page: facebook.com/duyogmarawi
SEC REGISTRATION (Non-Stock, Non-Profit) #: CN201731330 BIR TIN #: 009-821-137