48% of those who are in the Listahanandatabase are poor.
NHTS-PR 2011= 5.2M poor HH/10.9M HH assessed. However, by NSCB income-based measure, virtually all poor households are believed to be included in the Listahanan database.
At least 80%, depending on assumptions about exclusion error:
NSCB 2009 = 3.9M poor families
NHTS-PR 2011= 5.2M poor hh, expanded to 5.26M poor hh by August 2013
Baseline of 3.9 million poor families is based on the new methodology being used by the NSCB Philippine Poverty Statistics. More details at www.nscb.gov.ph/poverty/2009/table_1.asp
For current PMT model, estimated:
Inclusion 22% (urban) and 25% (rural)
Exclusion=35% (urban) and 25% (rural)
For new PMT model, estimated:
Inclusion 10.6% (NCR) and 13.8% (non-NCR)
Exclusion=19.3% (NCR) and 6.8% (non-NCR)
14 national programs using Listahanan for selecting beneficiaries:
Social Pension (DSWD)
Sustainable Livelihood Program (DSWD)
Universal health coverage of the National Health Insurance Program (PhilHealth)
Student Grant in Aid Program (CHED)
Socialized Housing Project (NHA)
National Program for Municipal Fisherfolk Registration (BFAR)
Rotavirus and Catastrophic Benefit Package (DOH)
Rural Electrification Program (DOE)
Special Program for the Employment of Students (DOLE)
Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DOLE)
Child Labor Program (DOLE)
Targeted Actions to Reduce Poverty and Generate Economic Transformation (TARGET) (DA-BFAR)
100% coverage (measured by receipt of at least 1 program):
NHIP: 100% coverage (covers all 5.2 M NHTS-PR registered HHs).
Pantawid Pamilya 76% coverage (3.9 Million Households). Additionally,
76% of the 5.2 million poor
benefits from at least 2
social protection programs.
Total poor households/families receiving cash grants (Sets 2 & 3): 632,508
Set 2 249,339
Set 3 383,169
% of women recipients (Sets 2 & 3) : 91.6%
Set 2 90.7%
Set 3 92.5%
Average of mothers in beneficiary households receiving cash grants regularly and on time 95.3%
Set 2 95.8%
Set 3 94.8%
Average households/families meeting education conditions regularly : 97.7%
Set 2 98.0%
Set 3 97.5%
Average households/families meeting health conditions regularly : 87.9%
Set 2 89.1%
Set 3 86.6%
Average grantees attend monthly family development sessions : 94.82% Set 2: 95.38%
Set 3: 94.25%
DSWD further developing MapView and GIS-based applications to more effectively use and analyze such data.
NPMO and 17 RPMO established and fully functional supported by various systems
As of Nov 2014, nearly 4,650 local staff trained for gender sensitivity (topics include gender analysis and prevention of sexual harassment) and 1,470 local staff for IP-sensitivity. (Note: The figures reflect both RPMO and NPMO trained staff on GAD and IP- related trainings regardless of fund source.) Additional activities (gender ad analysis training for regional GAD focals and Culture Sensitivty Orientation for NPMO staff) were done by DSWD.
Gender Action Plan (RRP Linked Document
10) under implementation, with some areas for follow-up
Gender audit completed and Municipal gender
action plans (MGAPs) formulated. MGAPs
implemented in 10 pilot areas (activities include gender
sensitivity training, organization of the GAD core group, training on bottom-up planning and budgeting, and conduct
of a capacity needs survey, supported by TA 7587).
GRS, BUS, Payment Systems and CVS Systems in place and being continuously updated/ strengthened
The Jan-Dec 2014 GRS data has garnered a resolution rate of 66%.
Of the total 101,961 complaints recorded in the system, 71% has complied with the resolution time protocol established per category of grievance.
Independent Spot checks:
Spot Check Phases A-B (originally scheduled for 2011) completed in 2013 (reports submitted).
Spot Check Phase C:
Fielded in August 2013 Final report completed in July 2014.
Spot Check Phase D:
Fielded in October 2013. Final rreport completed in October 2014
Spot Check Phase E:
Ongoing procurement of firm.
Spot Check Phase F:
Terms of Reference to approved, DSWd to commence recruitment
1st wave IE: DSWD-World Bank-ADB-DFAT joint public launch of initial findings from 1st wave on 23 August 2012, and of final report for RCT portion on 26 February 2013 (following Academe forum on 19 February).
2nd wave IE: Completed in November 2014
3rd wave IE: Loan 2662-financed, with ADB and PIDS expected to technically co-lead, in consortium with WB, DFAT, and other TWG members. Data collection targeted in November 2015, subject to further discussion. 3rd wave IE Terms of Reference to be submitted to ADB for approval