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BASIC DATA: Phase 2 (May 1994 - May 1998)

 

1. Gender Sensitive Community Organizing

   
 

131 people's organizations (POs) have been formed in 122 villages with the help of 5 non-government organizations (NGOs)

18% of these POs can be considered strong and can continue functioning even without NGO assistance

61% can be considered average and will need some continuing NGO assistance

21% can be considered weak and will likely not last long if no NGO assistance is provided

 
 

56 of the POs are officially registered as cooperatives

107 upland villages have committees that coordinate and oversee sloping agricultural land technology (SALT) projects

16 lowland villages have committees that monitor the practice of integrated pest management (IPM) among farmers

54 coastal villages have fisheries and aquatic resources management councils (FARMCs)

21 villages have core groups involving a total of 1225 households addressing family health management

3 federations of people's organizations have been formally organized: Federation of Culasi POs (FECUP) with 23 members; Federation of Rural Workers Organizations (FRWO) with 11 members; and Association of Patnongon POs (APPO) with 12 members

Focal point teams on gender have been organized in 29 offices

18 paralegals have been trained to combat violence against women

Reflection and planning sessions on gender in agriculture have been incorporated in the meetings of the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPA)

Gender and development have been made integral in village planning sessions facilitated by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DLIG) and the Provincial Planning and Development Office (PPDO)

Women and Children’s Desks have been set up in 18 stations of the Philippine National Police (PNP)

32 day-care workers have been trained in gender-sensitive ECCD (early childhood care and development)

The Women’s Month celebration every March have gained increasing adherents and media coverage over the years

Gender case studies of 4 villages with integrated social forestry projects have been conducted

Seed fund for emergency assistance to victims of wife battering and child abuse have been provided to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

 

 

 

2. Access to and Control over Resources

 
 

Access to Land

   
 

Lands awarded to farmers through group titles

4,100 Ha

 
 

Individual titles awarded

1,130

 
 

Stewardship contracts awarded

650

 
 

Peasant paralegals trained on land tenure improvement

46

 
 

Access to Capital

   
 

  Loans through Antique Federation of NGOs (May 1994 - March 1996)

P5,379,781

 
 

Number of loans

Principal recovered

86

85%

 
 

Part-grant part-loan for the landless

P1,916,231

 
 

Landless households assisted

417

 
 

Collection rate (loan portion)

76%

 
 

Loans through Antique Federation of Cooperatives (starting April 1996)

P9,192,987

 
 

Villages served

Collection rate

63

87%

 
 

  Loans through Patnongon Multi-Purpose Cooperative (stopped: March 1998)

P1,450,830

 
 

Borrowers (from 11 villages)

204

 
 

Collection rate

64%

 
 

Loans through Bugasong Multi-Purpose Cooperative (starting April 1996)

P2,250,900

 
 

Borrowers (from 6 villages)

222

 
 

Collection rate

100%

 
 

Loans for 3 otoshi-ami or set fish trap projects

P2,332,918

 
 

Loan for 1 rice milling/trading project

P2,186,050

 
 

Loans through Grameen Bank replication project

P1,594,200

 
 

Borrowers (exclusive for mothers)

513

 
 

Collection rate

100%

 
 

Access to basic social services

   
 

Projects assisted through grants

590

 
 

Soil and water conservation

400

 
 

Nurseries for tree seedlings

47

 
 

Potable water supply

60

 
 

Others

83

 
 

Grants released

P12,873,832

 
 

3. Sustainable Productive Use of Resources

 
 

Soil and water conservation

   
 

Barangays involved

Farmers involved

Hectares covered

Fully developed

136

3,529

2,326

18%

 
 

Partially developed

41%

 
 

Under-developed

41%

 
 

Communal irrigation systems

   
 

Number of irrigation schemes

9

 
 

Villages covered

25

 
 

Total hectares irrigated

780

 
 

Total number of farmers served

980

 
 

Crop Intensification and Diversification

   
 

Villages covered

Farmers involved

41

705

 
 

Crops cultivated

   
 

Peanut, Mungbean, Corn

 
 

Vegetables: bell pepper, bitter gourd, cabbage, carrots, chayote, eggplant, garlic, and ginger

 
 

Cooperatives contracted to grow and supply seeds to farmers

6

 
 

Integrated Pest Management

   
 

FFS conducted

Villages covered

Farmer graduates

14% - pesticide-free

52% - zero insecticide

68% - do not burn rice straws

132

126

3,387

 
 

Male:Female ratio

60:40

 

 

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