What are the components under the PRDP? What are their objectives, expected outcomes and deliverables?

Date Published: October 25, 2016

Investments for AFMP Planning at the Local and National Levels (Local and National Level Planning or I-PLAN) Component

 

The I-PLAN Component aims to strengthen the DA’s planning, programming and budget execution process in support of the Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Plan (AFMP) as the basis for resource allocation and prioritization of the DA programs, projects and activities implemented at the national and regional levels.

 

Expected Outcomes

Expected Deliverables

Refined regional AFMPs using the value chain approach, Vulnerability and Suitability Assessment (VSA), Project Rapid Appraisal-Resource and Social Assessment (PRA-RSA) Enhanced AFMP and RAFMPs
Enhanced planning, programming and budgeting guidelines effectively mainstreamed across DA programs, with the Regional Field Offices (RFOs) at the core Enhanced Operations Manuals for planning, programming and budgeting
Provincial Commodity Investment Plans (PCIPs) developed based on RAFMPs Three-year PCIPs
PCIP interventions being supported through effective technical screening Program agreements of the RFOs and Provincial Local Government Units (PLGUs) with the DA and other NG technical service agencies in support of the PCIPs

Service contracts between PLGUs and service providers to support the PCIPs (NG technical service agencies, academe, NGOs, private sector, etc.)

 

 

Intensified Building-Up for Infrastructure and Logistics for Development (I-BUILD) Component

 

The I-BUILD or Infrastructure Development Component aims to put in place strategic and climate-resilient rural infrastructures along the priority value chains.

 

Expected Outcomes

Expected Deliverables

At least 30% reduction in average travel time from farms to markets in subproject (SP) areas 1,265 kilometers (km) of new roads: 1,080 km of existing roads rehabilitated; 775 linear meters of single- and double-lane bridges
30% increase in area (hectares) provided with irrigation and drainage service Additional irrigation service areas of 8,014 hectares (ha), and 22,192 ha of service areas rehabilitated and provided with drainage services
20% increase in the number of satisfied producers with adequacy of access to postharvest services and facilities Improved postharvest facilities and other rural infrastructure, e.g., potable water supply system (PWS), and value-adding facilities.

 

 

Investments for Rural Enterprises and Agricultural and Fisheries Productivity (I-REAP) Component

 

The I-REAP or Enterprise Development Component aims to strengthen and develop viable agri-fishery based enterprises by providing technical, financial and infrastructure support to eligible groups in targeted project areas within the priority value chains.

 

Expected Outcomes

Expected Deliverables

50% increase in number of groups operating viable enterprises (simple agriculture- and fisheries-based enterprise planning activity and record keeping of production, sales and expenses) Increased number of producers groups participating in vertically linked commodity value chain clusters
At least 20% increase in number of producer groups including smallholder associations accessed technologies and information Support service agreements developed between enterprises and service providers
50% increase in producers having formalized arrangements for marketing and/or technical services Producer activity enhanced through arrangements for marketing and/or technical services
At least 25% of producers including smallholders (farmers and fishers) are using climate-smart technologies Producers’ including smallholders’ adoption of climate smart technologies

 

 

Project Implementation Support (I-SUPPORT)

 

The I-SUPPORT component maintains effective and efficient project management. It also aims to institutionalize significant reforms supported under the Project, particularly the DA’s engagement with LGUs, producer groups, private sector, academe, civil society and other local development stakeholders. Under the I-SUPPORT Component, there are sub-components namely: Finance, Procurement, Accounting, Budget, Administrative, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Social and Environmental Safeguards (SES), Geomapping and Governance (GGU), and Information, Advocacy, Communication and Education (InfoACE).

 

Expected Outcomes

Expected Deliverables

Project implementation on target Regular reporting of implementation progress (financial management, M&E and procurement)
Institutionalized Process of Engagement with various stakeholders Pilot-tested Harmonized Operations Manual

 

 

 

 

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