Project Monitoring Committee note active community involvement

Beyond the usual inspection of problematic projects, the Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) visited project sites that have been recognized for good and on-schedule performance. NEDA-CAR Chief of project monitoring and evaluation, Carmel Matabang, said that the inspection of the various community-based agency projects showcased the active involvement of the community, particularly the women, in… Read more »

RPMC urges formation of local project monitoring committees

BAGUIO CITY – The Cordillera Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) presented on February 4 the DILG memorandum for local government units to organize their respective local project monitoring committees. DILG Memorandum Circular 2019-188 calls for the organization or reconstitution of sub-regional project monitoring committees. This is to ensure the closer monitoring of government projects currently… Read more »

NEDA-CAR holds training on project monitoring

BAGUIO CITY – “We aim to not just solve problems but improve project implementation. This is so that government money is not wasted”, said Regional Project Monitoring Committee Chair (RPMC) and NEDA-CAR Regional Director Milagros Rimando during the “RPMC Workshop on Project Implementation Issues under the Regional Project Monitoring Evaluation System” held last December 6,… Read more »

Poverty incidence in CAR projects a gradual decrease

The 2012 poverty estimates recently released by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) showed a gradual decrease in the region’s poverty incidence. The 2012 Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) family poverty incidence was estimated at 17. 5 percent which is much lower than the 19.2 percent incidence in 2009. This means the poor families in 2009… Read more »