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 Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project

(CHARMP 2)

Lead Project Agency: Department of Agriculture (DA)

Implementing Agencies:

  • National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) - CAR
  • Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • Non-Government Organizations

Funding Institutions:

  • International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
  • Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund for International Development (OFID)
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Total Project Cost: USD66.4 Million

Project Duration: 7 years (2009 - 2015)

Goal: Poverty reduction and improved quality of life of rural highland indigenous peoples/communities in CAR

Purposes:

  • Increased farm family income of the rural poor in target areas.
  • Improved land tenure security.
  • Ensured food security.
  • Conserved and improved highland forests and watersheds based on sustainable practices.

Strategies:

  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Value Addition
  • Consolidation
  • LGU Implementation
  • Gender
  • Knowledge Management

About the Project

The Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management (CHARM2) Project is a special project implemented by the Department of Agriculture. It is the second phase of CHARM1 Project which was implemented in 1998 to 2004.

Rationale

 

The impact of the CHARM1 Project on poverty need more direct poverty reduction investments.

The coverage of the Project needs to be extended to the whole Region.

The grassroots institutional structure developed under CHARM1 needs further strengthening.

There are potentials in improving value added for poor households without negative impact on environment due to:

  • Recognition of sustainability of indigenous forest management and cropping system;
  • Government's emphasis on developing organic production; and,
  • Growth worldwide of demand for safe and organic food.

 

FUND SOURCES:

Description: SOF

 

 

PROJECT COMPONENTS:

Component 1: Social Mobilization, Participatory Investment Planning and Land Titling (SMPIPLT)

  • Aims to promote active participation of the communities including target groups (indigenous people's organization) in planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of community development plans.
  • Sub-components:
    1. Community Mobilization
      • Social Preparation
      • Participatory Project Inveestment Planning
      • Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
    2. Facilitation of Ancestral Domain Titling
      • Preparation of Ancestral Domain Sustainable Protection Plan (ADSDPP)
      • Issuance of Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADT)
      • Issuance of Certificate of Ancestral Land Title (CALT)

Component 2: Community Watershed Conservation, Forest Management and Agroforestry (CWCFMA)

  • Aims to promote the rehabilitation of watersheds in the target areas to enhance conservation of major watersheds in CAR considering that the region is  the watershed cradle of Northern Luzon; and to provide the indigenous communities with opportunities to improve their socio-economic well-being.
  • Sub-components:
    1. Community Watershed Conservation and Reforestation
    2. Promotion of Agroforestry
    3. Development of Innovative Watershed Conservation Mechanisms
      • Innovative Watershed Conservation Financing Mechanisms
      • Documentation of Indigenous Forest Mangement Systems
      • Pilot Community Forest Management

Component 3: Agriculture, Agribusiness and Income Generating Activities (AAIGA)

  • Aims to improve the production of crops through sustainable and ecologically friendly farming systems, promote agribusiness through improvement of value chains, and introduce or improve non-farm rural small enterprises as income generating activities to increase family income in the target communities.
  • Sub-components:
    1. Promotion of Agribusines and Marketing
    2. Provision of Agricultural Support Services
    3. Microfinance and Income-Generation through Micro-enterprise
    4. Small Rural Eenterprise Development

Component 4: Rural Infrastructure Development (RID)

  • Aims to improve rural infrastructure essential for the promotion of agricultural production and rural-based livelihood through the mobilization of beneficiaries.
  • Sub-components:
    1. Farm-to-Market Access
    2. Community Irrigation
    3. Domestic Water Supply
    4. Social Infrastructure

Component 5: Project Management and Coordination (PMC)

  • The Project Support Office (PSO) shall facilitate project coordination and management through the following subcomponents:
    1. Operationalization of Project Management Structures
    2. Participatory Project Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation
    3. Strengthen Capacity and Effectiveness of project Staff
    4. Project Administration

 

PROJECT AREAS

CHARMP2 Coverage Area

(170 Barangays in 37 Municipalities in 6 Provinces)

ABRA (32)

Boliney: Baoyan, Daoangan, Poblacion

Bucloc: Ducligan, Labaan, Lingey, Lamao

Lacub: Buneg, Guinguinabang, Pacoc-Talampac, Poblacion

Licuan-Baay: Caoayan, Dominglay, Mogao, Poblacion

Luba: Ampalioc, Barit, Luzong, Sabnangan

Malibcong:Duldulao, Gacab, Malibcong Poblacion, Taripan

Sallapadan: Bilabila, Maguyepyep, Gangal, Sacaang, Naguilian

Tubo: Mayabo Poblacion, Supo, Tiempo, Wayangan

 

APAYAO (15)

Calanasan: Cadaclan, Eva, Macalino, Naguilian, Tanglagan

Conner: Buluan, Karikitan, Paddaoan, Talifugo, Ili

Kabugao: Badduat, Cabetayan, Karagawan, Lenneng, Luttuacan

 

BENGUET (35)

Atok: Abiang, Cattubo, Paoay, Pasdong

Bakun: Ampusongan, Kayapa, Sinacbat, Gambang, Poblacion

Bokod: Bila, Bobok-Bisal, Ekip, Nawal

Buguias: Amlimay, Amgaleyguey, Bangao, Natubleng, Baculongan Sur, Catlubong

Kabayan: Ballay, Bashoy, Batan, Pacso

Kapangan: Beleng-belis, Cuba, Gaswiling, Pudong

Kibungan: Badeo, Lubo, Madaymen, Tacadang

Sablan: Bagong, Balluay, Banengbeng, Bayabas

 

 

IFUGAO (20)

Asipulo: Camandag, Cawayan, Namal, Pula

Hingyon: Bangtinon, Mompolia, Piwong, Ubuag

Hungduan: Lubu-ong, Bang-bang, Maggok, Bokiawan

Mayoyao: Chaya, Chumang, Magulon, Nattum

Tinoc: Ahin, Danggo, Luhong, Tukucan

 

KALINGA (20)

Balbalan: Ab-abaan, Buaya, Poswey, Tawang

Lubuagan: Mabilong, Mabongtot, Tanglag, Upper Uma

Pasil: Balatoc, Bagtayan, Colayo, Galdang

Tanudan: Anggacan, Anggacan Sur, Dacalan, Gaang

Tinglayan: Basao, Belong-Manubal, Butbut Proper, Tulgao East

 

MOUNTAIN PROVINCE (48)

Barlig: Fiangtin, Lingoy, Lunas, Macalana

Bauko: Banao, Bila, Guinsadan Norte, Guinsadan Sur, Lagawa, Mabaay, Monamon Norte, Monamon Sur, Otucan Norte, Otucan Sur, Tapapan, Sadsadan

Besao: Gueday, Laylaya, Payeo, Soquib

Bontoc: Bayyo, Can-eo, Dalican, Guinaang, Maligcong, Mainit, Talubin, Tucucan

Sabangan: Data, Losad, Pingad, Tambingan

Sadanga: Belwang, Betwagan, Demang, Saclit

Sagada: Ambasing, Fidelisan, Madongo, Patay, Tanulong, Tetepan Norte, Tetepan Sur

Tadian: Bunga, Bantey, Duagan, Lubon, Sumadel

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:40