Philippines : Social Protection Support Project

Sovereign Project | 43407-013

The project supports the Government of the Philippines in implementing and expanding its social protection agenda, especially the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid) and the Listahanan national household targeting system for poverty reduction (NHTS-PR). The associated TAs will support capacity development and institutional strengthening of the government for efficient implementation of the social protection agenda.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Jilani, Amir H.
    Southeast Asia Department
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    Philippines
  • Sector
    • Education
Project Name
Social Protection Support Project
Project Number
43407-013
Country / Economy
  • Philippines
Project Status
Closed
Project Type / Modality of Assistance
  • Loan
  • Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 2662-PHI: Social Protection Support Project
Source Amount
Ordinary capital resources US$ 400.00 million
TA 7586-PHI: Capacity Development for Social Protection
Source Amount
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 800,000.00
TA 7587-PHI: Strengthened Gender Impacts of Social Protection
Source Amount
Gender and Development Cooperation Fund US$ 300,000.00
Loan 3369-PHI: Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing)
Source Amount
Ordinary capital resources US$ 400.00 million
Loan: Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing)
Source Amount
World Bank US$ 450.00 million
Loan 3912-PHI: Social Protection Support Project (additional financing)
Source Amount
Ordinary capital resources US$ 200.00 million
Strategic Agendas
  • Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change
  • Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
  • Governance and capacity development
  • Partnerships
Sector / Subsector
  • Education / Pre-primary and primary - social protection initiatives

  • Health / Mother and child health care

  • Public sector management / Social protection initiatives

Gender
Gender equity theme
Description
The project supports the Government of the Philippines in implementing and expanding its social protection agenda, especially the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid) and the Listahanan national household targeting system for poverty reduction (NHTS-PR). The associated TAs will support capacity development and institutional strengthening of the government for efficient implementation of the social protection agenda.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

ADB approved the Social Protection Support Project for $400 million on 2 September 2010 to support the government''s social protection and inclusive growth agenda. The project supports the conditional cash transfer (CCT) Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (Pantawid) and the Listahanan, the national household targeting system for poverty reduction. Pantawid, the cornerstone of the government''s social protection efforts, provides regular cash grants to 4.4 million poor households (as of the end of 2015) if they send their children to school, visit health centers, and attend family development sessions. The project has four outputs: support for the national household poverty targeting system, conditional cash grants, capacity development, and monitoring and evaluation.

The expected outcome is increased household consumption and increased use of education and health services by Pantawid families, especially mothers and children. The expected impact is reduced income poverty and nonincome poverty.

The additional financing approved in February 2016 will finance cash grants under the program's nationwide expansion, which as of 2014 includes high school students aged 1518 years old. The new TA will strengthen operational effectiveness. The project has a strong implementation record, and most of its original performance targets were achieved or exceeded.

Technical enhancements to the CCT program, supported in part by ADB TA under the original project, have included (i) a modified CCT for remote areas and homeless street families, (ii) a higher grant amount for high school students to reduce dropouts, (iii) new monthly youth development sessions, and (iv) an expansion of eligibility to children aged 1518 years old. The expanded eligibility introduced in 2014 aims to support children through high school graduation and thus improve their future employment and earning potential. High school students must maintain a passing grade average and be promoted to the next grade level to continue receiving benefits. The CCT program is a demand-side intervention that strongly complements the Department of Education's kindergarten-to-grade-12 reforms.

Two rounds of rigorous impact evaluation in 2011 and 2013 demonstrate that Pantawid is achieving its objectives of beneficiaries' greater use of health services, including maternal care, and higher school enrollment and attendance rates.

The proposed additional financing and TA will address a number of policy and operational challenges. While evaluation confirms that the CCTs continue to add value, benefit levels have not been adjusted for inflation. The additional financing and TA will support analytical work and policy dialogue to help determine new benefit levels and the timing of an increase that will ensure achievement of the program objectives. The additional financing will sustain the original project's gains and support a share of the education and health grants to all Pantawid families nationwide.

Impact

Reduced income poverty and non-income poverty

Project Outcome

Description of Outcome

Original Project: Increased consumption and utilization of education and health services among poor households and women beneficiaries of 4Ps

Overall Project: Household consumption and the use of education and health services by Pantawid

families (especially mothers and children) are increased

Progress Toward Outcome

Progress toward the outcome to be on-track overall.

ADB analysis of the 3rd Impact Evaluation (IE3) data shows that per capita household income increases by 61% when the value of grants is included in household income, but without grants no significant change to per capita income is detected. This increase in household income translates to an 8% increase in total household consumption with clothing, school supplies, healthcare, and food showing significant increase which indicates more investment in the welfare of the families.

IE3 key findings indicate that the program: (i) still continues to deliver on its objectives of improving the health and education of children from poor households; (ii) increased school participation of children, particularly those in age cohorts at higher risk of dropping out; (iii) increased utilization of key health care services and interventions for children and pregnant women; and (iv) HHs had large expenditure share on health, clothing and footwear compared to non-beneficiaries households; and, the program does not encourage dependency nor does not it increase expenditures on vice goods such as tobacco, alcohol, and gambling.

There are some challenges in achieving targeted increases in average the proportion of fully immunized children, and the reduction towards the incidence of child labor (though the program has significantly reduced the average number of days worked).

The passing of 4Ps law (IRR preparation ongoing) will address the issue on the value of the benefits which have eroded in real terms, given inflation.

Implementation Progress

Description of Project Outputs

Output 1

Original project: National targeting system to select poor households implemented efficiently

Overall project: [unchanged]

Output 2

Original project: Conditional health and education cash grants provided to poor households

Overall project: Conditional health and education cash grants provided to poor families

Output 3

Original project: Strengthened capacity for conditional cash transfer program operations

Overall project: Capacity for CCT program operations strengthened

Output 4

Original project: Improved systems for monitoring and evaluation of social protection programs

Overall project: Systems for monitoring and evaluation of social protection programs improved

Unconditional emergency cash assistance for 4Ps households having cash cards delivered on time

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

Output 1

Exceeded target. 5,166,350 poor households are registered in the Listahanan 2 database (138% of the poor households identified by the 2015 FIES).

Achieved target.

Exclusion error:

NCR: <19.3%

Non-NCR: <6.8%

Inclusion error:

NCR: <10.6%

Non-NCR: <13.8%

Below target. 15 national programs using Listahanan 2

Exceeded target. Poor families registered in the Listahanan database receive benefits of social protection programs (Philhealth and UCT)

Output 2

Partially achieved target. Since Pantawid was launched in 2008, DSWD has enrolled a total of 5.07 million households. As of 31 December 2019, 4.03 million households are active and eligible to receive cash grants under the regular scheme of implementation (RCCT). 86.4% are women grantees.

Exceeded target. 96.2% of mothers in beneficiary families receive Pantawid grants in at least five of the six reporting periods per year

Exceeded target. 97.0% of families meet education conditions regularly

Exceeded target. 90.7% of families meet health conditions regularly

Exceeded target. 91.5% of families attend monthly family development sessions

Achieved target. Available spatial datasets (local area maps) include Listahanan, health facilities', and schools. Preschools and payment windows do not have GIS tagging yet. It will be possible to add ATMs and Landbank branches, but not off-site/impermanent payment windows. Preschools will be by barangay only. The Information Management Bureau is further developing MapView and GIS-based applications.

Output 3

Achieved target. Central and local project management structures established and fully functional

Exceeded target. 4,669 staff trained on gender sensitivity and 1,470 staff trained on IP sensitivity

On track. Ongoing satisfactory implementation of the Gender Action Plan

Achieved target. 10 MGAP pilots were completed by end 2014 (supported by TA 7587)

Output 4

Achieved target. Systems in place for household information, registration, compliance verification, payments, beneficiary updates, and grievance redress

Target exceeded. 98.7% resolved (for the period January December 2019 grievances recorded)

Completed with delay. Spot checks 1 and 2 were completed in 2013, 3 and 4 in 2014; and E, F and G in 2017

Completed with delay. Data collection completed in January 2018. Final report on data analysis prepared by PIDS and submitted to DSWD on 20 January 2020.

Geographical Location
Nation-wide

Safeguard Categories

Environment
C
Involuntary Resettlement
C
Indigenous Peoples
B

Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects

Environmental Aspects
The Project has no expected environmental impact, and does not involve any civil works, etc.
Involuntary Resettlement
The Project will not involve involuntary resettlement.
Indigenous Peoples

The project is classified as category B for indigenous peoples (and category C for involuntary resettlement and environment), in accordance with the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009). The project includes about 9,000 indigenous peoples household beneficiaries, who are among the poorest and most marginalized households in the Philippines. The project will significantly improve the health, education, and income status of these households. Key measures include (i) information and training provided to indigenous peoples in a form appropriate to their language and cultures; (ii) working with indigenous leaders and local NGOs to mobilize indigenous households to participate in the program; (iii) seeking transport assistance for indigenous peoples through coordination with LGUs or NGOs; (iv) targets of 10% indigenous women and 12% indigenous peoples total for municipal link positions in indigenous areas; and (v) sensitivity training and coaching to all 4Ps staff.

As of the last review (November 2018), IPP is on-track. Regular updates on the IPP plan are reported and disclosed in ADB's website (latest report uploaded: https://www.adb.org/projects/documents/phi-43407-013-smr-1).

Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation

During Project Design
During project preparation, field consultations were undertaken including for preparing social and poverty analyses. This includes consultations with potential beneficiaries, schools and health facilities, parents groups, project staff and government staff at all levels. Consultations with Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and other interest groups were also conducted.
During Project Implementation
Community participation is a key element of the Pantawid Pamilya CCT program and is integrated into the overall program design. Specific actions to ensure the participation of women, IPs and other vulnerable groups will be included through the preparation of a gender action plan (GAP) and an indigenous peoples assessment and measures. A grievance redress system (GRS) is established, featuring a publicly available grievance database to track and resolve complaints. Linked technical assistance (TA 7586) supported DSWD to expand engagement of CSOs in GRS, family development sessions, other aspects of CCT, and complementary supply-side interventions (e.g., literacy and livelihood programs). In coordination with AusAID and World Bank, the TA has supported DSWD's conduct of a 3-part series of national and regional "CSO-DSWD Forums on CCT", successfully completed during September-December 2011.

Business Opportunities

Consulting Services

The Project's original procurement plan indicated loan financing for 57 consultants for the National and Regional Program Management Offices (NPMO and RPMO), with total estimated contract amount of $1.9 million. DSWD mobilized these NPMO and RPMO consultants using GOP funds. During the Midterm Review, DSWD confirmed that it will not seek Loan financing for 56 of these consultants, but requested the Project to finance the National Financial Analyst (included in the original procurement plan) plus 10 new contractual project staff positions who will carry out tasks directly related to the Project. These positions are either being recruited as individual consultants or have been mobilized. Firms will be recruited to undertake monitoring and evaluation studies, using fixed budget selection (FBS). The firm to undertake impact evaluation (data collection) is being recruited using quality and cost based selection (QCBS). The firm to undertake the spot checks is recruited using single source selection of the same firm recruited to undertake the spot checks under Set 1 of the 4Ps. Single source selection is justified on the basis of consistency of technical approach and continuity, which is important for this assignment. The firm to conduct spot checks in Set 1 areas were conducted competitively following World Bank guidelines.

The Consultants will be engaged in accordance with the ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (April 2010, as amended from time to time). All opportunities must be published through both ADB Consulting Services Recruitment Notices (CSRN) and Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS).

Procurement

All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines.

No international and national competitive bidding envisaged for the Project. Shopping will be used for contracts for procurement of works and equipment worth less than $100,000.

Before the start of any procurement, ADB and the Government will review the public procurement laws of the national and local governments to ensure consistency with ADB's Procurement Guidelines.

Contact

Responsible ADB Officer
Jilani, Amir H.
Responsible ADB Department
Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division
Human and Social Development Division, SERD
Executing Agencies
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Municipal Dev'l Fund Office-(Implementing Agency)

Timetable

Concept Clearance
12 Apr 2010
Fact Finding
12 Apr 2010 to 23 Apr 2010
MRM
25 May 2010
Approval
02 Sep 2010
Last Review Mission
-
PDS Creation Date
08 Apr 2010
Last PDS Update
03 Apr 2020

Funding

Loan 2662-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
02 Sep 2010 14 Sep 2010 12 Jan 2011 31 Mar 2016 31 Jan 2017 05 Jun 2017
Financing Plan
  Total (Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 884.20
ADB 400.00
Counterpart 484.20
Cofinancing 0.00
Loan Utilization
  Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards 04 Jul 2024 400.00 0.00 100%
Cumulative Disbursements 04 Jul 2024 400.00 0.00 100%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Partly satisfactory - Satisfactory

Loan 3369-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
09 Feb 2016 29 Apr 2016 05 Jul 2016 30 Jun 2020 - 15 Sep 2020
Financing Plan
  Total (Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 400.20
ADB 400.00
Counterpart 0.20
Cofinancing 0.00
Loan Utilization
  Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards 04 Jul 2024 400.00 0.00 100%
Cumulative Disbursements 04 Jul 2024 400.00 0.00 100%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Partly satisfactory - Satisfactory

Loan 3912-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
27 Apr 2020 28 Apr 2020 05 May 2020 31 Oct 2021 - 31 Oct 2021
Financing Plan
  Total (Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 200.00
ADB 200.00
Counterpart 0.00
Cofinancing 0.00
Loan Utilization
  Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards 04 Jul 2024 200.00 0.00 100%
Cumulative Disbursements 04 Jul 2024 200.00 0.00 100%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Partly satisfactory - Satisfactory

TA 7586-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
02 Sep 2010 12 Oct 2010 12 Oct 2010 31 Aug 2012 31 Aug 2014 30 Jan 2015
Financing Plan/TA Utilization
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
800,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 800,000.00
Cumulative Disbursements
Date Amount
04 Jul 2024 681,418.69
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Partly satisfactory - Satisfactory

TA 7587-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
02 Sep 2010 12 Oct 2010 12 Oct 2010 31 Jan 2013 31 Dec 2014 26 Jun 2015
Financing Plan/TA Utilization
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
0.00 300,000.00 125,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 425,000.00
Cumulative Disbursements
Date Amount
04 Jul 2024 260,076.97
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Partly satisfactory - Satisfactory

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Title Document Type Document Date
Social Protection Support Project: Completion Report Project/Program Completion Reports Dec 2022
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Audited Entity Financial Statements (January-December 2017) Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA Sep 2018
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Audited Entity Financial Statements (January-December 2016) Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA Jun 2017
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3369-PHI: Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing Agreements Apr 2016
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Gender Action Plan Update Gender Action Plans Dec 2015
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Dec 2015
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Dec 2015
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Jun 2015
Strengthened Gender Impacts of Social Protection: TA 7587-PHI Social Protection Support Project Final Report Consultants' Reports Apr 2015
Towards A Gender Responsive Conditional Cash Transfer Program: The TA 7587- PHI Experience Consultants' Reports Apr 2015
Consolidated Reports on the Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Consultant’s Report Consultants' Reports Aug 2014
Towards Formulating the Capacity Development Framework for Pantawid Pamilya (DSWD): Consultant’s Report Consultants' Reports Apr 2014
Social Protection Support Project Procurement Plans Apr 2014
Social Protection Support Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Aug 2013
Rapid Appraisal Assessment Report on ECCD and the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program: Consultant’s Report Consultants' Reports Nov 2012
Amendment to the Loan Agreement for Social Protection Support Project between Republic of the Philippines and Asian Development Bank dated 05 October 2010 Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Oct 2010
Loan Agreement for Social Protection Support Project between the Republic of the Philippines and Asian Development Bank dated 14 September 2010 Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Sep 2010
Social Protection Support Project Gender Action Plans Aug 2010
Social Protection Support Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Aug 2010
Social Protection Support Project Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategies Aug 2010
Social Protection Support Project Reports and Recommendations of the President Aug 2010
Social Protection Support Project Design and Monitoring Frameworks May 2010

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Social Protection Support Project: Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2021
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Social Monitoring Report (As of June 2020) Social Monitoring Reports Aug 2020
Social Protection Support Project (Additional Financing): Social Monitoring Report (As of December 2019) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2019
Social Protection Support Project: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Apr 2019
Social Protection Support Project: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2018
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Semi-annual Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2018
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2017
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2017
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2016
Social Protection Support Project - Additional Financing: Updated Indigenous Peoples Plan Indigenous Peoples Plans/Indigenous Peoples Development Plans Jun 2015
Social Protection Support Project: Indigenous People Plan Indigenous Peoples Plans/Indigenous Peoples Development Plans Aug 2010
Social Protection Support Project Indigenous Peoples Planning Frameworks/Indigenous Peoples Development Frameworks May 2010

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.



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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Procurement specialist (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Financial managament and operations risk expert (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
National Indigenous Peoples' Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Procurement Management Specialist (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Team Leader/Financial Management and Operations Risk Specialist (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
System Integration, Development and Migration (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Organization Capacity Development (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Social Protection Economist (Development of PMT model) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social sector specialist (international) Individual - Consulting Closed
Economist (Survey and M&E specialist) (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Governance and Public Finance consultant (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Financial management and operations risk expert (naitonal) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social protection economist (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
Knowledge and Communication Specialist (national) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Social Policy Expert Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Social Policy Expert (Assessment of Pantawid Pamilya Parent-Leader's Training)- Activity 4 Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Unified Partnership Framework) - Activity 6 Individual - Consulting Closed
Audit (FY 2017-2020) Firm - Consulting Closed
Policy Paper on the Effects of the TRAIN Law on the Needs of the Poor Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Unified Partnership Framework) - Activity 6 Individual - Consulting Closed
Web-based Monitoring System - Activity 8 Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Assessment of Pantawid Parent-Leaders’ Training) - Activity 4 Individual - Consulting Closed
IT Specialist (SMS-Based System Activity 2) Individual - Consulting Closed
IT Specialist (Web-based monitoring system Activity 8) Individual - Consulting Closed
ocial Policy Expert - Associate (Leadership for Convergence Program II - Activity 7) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (DSWD Unified Partnership Framework - Activity 6) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert - Lead (Leadership for Convergence Program II - Activity 7) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Unified Monitoring and Evaluation System - Activity 5) Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Policy Expert (Development of Youth Development Sessions Manual for Pantawid - Activity 3) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Social Economist (Review of Listahanan/Identifying Near Poor - Activity 1) Individual - Consulting Closed

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
CASH GRANTS PAID FOR THE PERIOD FEB 2018-JUL 2019 Loan 3369 06 Jan 2020 DSWD | QUEZON CITY PHILIPPINES Department of Social Welfare and Development 100,000,000.00 100,000,000.00
CASH GRANTS (YEAR 3) Loan 3369 28 May 2019 DSWD | QUEZON CITY PHILIPPINES Department of Social Welfare and Development 100,000,000.00 100,000,000.00
Impact Evaluation Wave 3 (SPSP to Finance 20% Only X 91% Financing) Loan 2662 19 Jan 2017 Social Weather Stations | Quezon City Philippines Department of Social Welfare and Development 880,262.21

Procurement Plan

Title Document Type Document Date
Social Protection Support Project Procurement Plans Apr 2014