Project Development Monitoring Unit (PDMU) personnel

Ms. Judith U. Sumatra
Administrative Officer V
Mr. Joseph P. Ligason
Project Development Officer I
Engr. Angel Pearl B. Cuarto
PPDO I-SUPPORT M&E Officer

Functions of the Sector:

1. Prepare comprehensive project profiles (proposals) and concept papers for project development and assist in the preparation of feasibility studies, plans, and reports of the PPDO;
2. Monitor and evaluate internally and externally funded programs, projects, and activities in coordination with provincial and national government offices;
3. Update and maintain the Provincial Monitoring & Evaluation Information System (ProMEIS) in coordination with the M & E Officers of the provincial departments/offices and hospitals;
4. Prepare and present periodic Monitoring Reports to the Regional and Provincial Project Monitoring Committee, Road Sector Committee, and the Philippine Rural Development Project Provincial Project Management Implementing Unit (PRDP-PPMIU);
5. Update the Provincial Commodity Investment Plan Tracking System and the M & E System of the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP);
6. Provide recommendations on the results of the monitoring and evaluation activities to the Provincial Project Monitoring Committee (PPMC);
7. Provide secretariat services to the PRDP-PPMIU, PPMC and other special bodies as instructed by the PPDC;
8. Review Work and Financial Plans (WFP) of departments/offices and hospitals if aligned with the approved Annual Investment Plan for recommending approval by the PPDC;
9. Coordinate and collaborate with National/ Regional Offices in the conduct site validation, inspection, assessment and monitoring with photo/ video documentation of projects funded by 20% Devt Fund, PRDP, National Govt and Official Devt Assistance (ODA);
10. Assist the PRDP Regional Project Coordination Office in reviewing the Operation Maintenance and Audit System (OMAS) of completed infrastructure projects.

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    • Hi Dennise,

      We’re not sure of what particular project you’re referring to, but a Project called “Bohol Surprise Tours” was recently launched under the Eco-Tourism Bohol Program, which is a component of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Sustainable Environment Protection Project (SEPP). “Eco-Tourism Bohol” developed three cluster areas in order to spread out the tourist destinations. They are called the “Bohol Surprise Tours.”

      Tour 1 clusters around the towns of Tubigon, Loon, Maribojoc and Tagbilaran City which includes loom weaving in Tubigon, Loon coral stairs, organic farm, mangrove adventure and the Punta Cruz watch tower in Maribojoc.

      Tour 2 includes the Lamanoc Island and white sandy beaches in Anda, calamay making in Jagna and the Clarin ancestral house in Loay.

      Tour 3 includes the coco jam industry in Albur, iron-smith workshop in Loay, “Balay sa Humay” in Batuan, and the biodiversity complex in Bilar.

      Booking for the tours can be done at the Bohol Tourism Office at the Governor’s Mansion, CPG North Ave., Tagbilaran City, or you may visit their Bohol Tourism Office Website.

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  1. Please update Project Development and Monitoring Unit (PDMU) Functions as the following are all included in our Division Target for 2020:
    1. Prepare comprehensive project profiles (proposals) and concept papers for project development and assist in the preparation of feasibility studies, plans and reports of the PPDO;
    2. Monitor and evaluate internally and externally funded programs, projects and activities in coordination with provincial and national government offices;
    3. Update and maintain the Provincial Monitoring & Evaluation Information System (ProMEIS) in coordination with the M & E Officers of the provincial departments/offices and hospitals;
    4. Prepare and present periodic Monitoring Reports to the Regional and Provincial Project Monitoring Committee, Road Sector Committee, and the Philippine Rural Development Project Provincial Project Management Implementing Unit (PRDP-PPMIU);
    5. Update the Provincial Commodity Investment Plan Tracking System and the M & E System of the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP);
    6. Provide recommendations on the results of the monitoring and evaluation activities to the Provincial Project Monitoring Committee (PPMC);
    7. Provide secretariat services to the PRDP-PPMIU, PPMC and other special bodies as instructed by the PPDC;
    8. Review Work and Financial Plans (WFP) of departments/offices and hospitals if aligned with the approved Annual Investment Plan for recommending approval by the PPDC;
    9. Coordinate and collaborate with National/ Regional Offices in the conduct site validation, inspection, assessment and monitoring with photo/ video documentation of projects funded by 20% Devt Fund, PRDP, National Govt and Official Devt Assistance (ODA);
    10. Assist the PRDP Regional Project Coordination Office in the reviewing the Operation Maintenance and Audit System (OMAS) of completed infrastructure projects.

    Reply

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