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EXTERNAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

CDC Strategic Planning Workshop


July 9 to 11, 2015
GCG PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT
GCG
Actual
Budget Target Commitmen
Strategic Objective (Jan-Jun
(2015) (2016) t
2015)
(2015)
SO 5: Customer Satisfaction
SM 8: Total number of
beneficiaries from
374 379 473
livelihood projects
SM 9:Total number of
agricultural projects
2 4 4
implemented
CSR PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN FROM JANUARY TO JUNE 2015
OTHER CSR PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN FROM JANUARY TO JUNE 2015
OTHER CSR PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN FROM JANUARY TO JUNE 2015
Strategic CSR Projects in the Pipeline for July to December 2015

1. Clark Youth Entrepreneurship - Livelihood program designed to empower the youth entrepreneurs in the
communities surrounding Clark. Through this program CDC intends to provide parallel development and to promote
inclusive growth within its surrounding communities.

2. Implementation of CDC-TESDA MOA - for the Establishment of a Technical-Vocational Education and Training
(TVET) Institution inside the Clark Freeport Zone to provide qualified skills that meet locator needs

3. Expansion of the Specialized Training and Employment Program for Underprivileged Persons (STEP-UP)
Program - Short-term courses (1 ½ month up to 6 months) specialized / customized training tailor-fitted to the
specific needs of a particular locator client

4. Revival of the Metro Clark Advisory Council (MCAC) and Renewal of the MCAC Coordinators / Liason
Officers - Ensure proper consultation and advice from surrounding communities through the MCAC in order to
solicit support for CDC’s vision, mission goals and thrusts through strong linkages and relationships with the
contiguous local government units, government agencies and communities.

Strategic CSR Projects for Implementation in 2016

1. Establishment of the Clark Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Council - Organize and coordinate all CSR
initiatives and endeavors originating from the Clark Freeport Zone in cooperation with Locators under the guidance of
CDC-EAD as secretariat.

2. Establishment of an organized CDC Employees Volunteer Brigade - A database or inventory of at least 100
CDC Volunteers to augment participation of EAD’s organic employees.

3. Foray into non-traditional forms of digital media (e.g. social media, Facebook, You Tube, Twitter, etc.) to
create greater awareness about Clark and expand client reach to a broader global audience - Utilize in-
house EAD media resources to upload graphic designs and photos in social media, content development in blogs or web
pages, and audio-visual productions in Youtube or Vimeo, and production of all public relations communications
vehicles for publications in the world wide web.
OPERATING EXPENSES
ANNUAL ACTUAL ANNUAL
Account Title BUDGET 2015 As of June 2015 BALANCE BUDGET 2016
(in PhP Millions) (in PhP Millions) (in PhP Millions) (in PhP Millions)
EXPENSES
Honoraria 1.440 0.300 1.140 1.140
Advertising Expenses 3.670 0.841 2.829 3.800
Donation (Community Welfare Assistance) 10.000 1.113 8.887 15.000
Consultancy Services 0.360 0.110 0.250 2.100
Representation Expenses 0.318 0.104 0.214 0.420
Office Supplies Expenses 0.360 0.231 0.129 0.615
Other Supplies Expenses 0.276 0.033 0.243 0.207
Telephone Expenses - Landline Office 0.276 0.110 0.166 0.300
Telephone Expenses - Mobile 0.091 0.046 0.046 0.060
Repairs & Maintenance - Office Equipment 0.012 - 0.012 0.120
Repairs & Maintenance - Other Property, Plant &
Equipment 0.036 - 0.036 0.060
Traveling Expenses - Local 0.120 0.021 0.099 0.240
Miscellaneous Expenses 0.060 - 0.060 0.060
Total Maintenance & Other Operating Expenses 17.019 2.908 14.112 24.121

*Note: Donation-CWA 2016 budget included 5M CYE budget