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Title: 2nd Philippine Progress Report on the Millennium Development Goals


1
2nd Philippine Progress Report on the Millennium
Development Goals
  • Consultation Meeting on the MDGs in Asia and the
    Pacific
  • 23 February 2005

2
OUTLINE
  • Rationale
  • Preparation Process
  • Contents of the MDG Report
  • Highlights
  • a. Status and Trends
  • b. Cross-cutting Challenges and Priorities
    for Action
  • c. Advocating and Localizing the MDGs
  • d. Financing the MDGs
  • e. Monitoring the MDGs
  • Gaps/Constraints in Preparing the Report

3
I. RATIONALE
  • Purpose of the MDG Report
  • I. Public information
  • Awareness raising and advocacy
  • II. Social mobilization
  • Tool for alliance building and renewal of
    political commitments

4
II. PREPARATION PROCESS
  • Issuance of the UN 2nd Guidance Note on the
    Country Reporting on the MDGs
  • Hiring of consultant
  • Getting of inputs from NEDA, and other concerned
    government agencies NGOs and other civil
    society and business sector
  • Convening of the Multisectoral Committee on
    International Human Development Commitments
    (MC-IHDC)

5
II. PREPARATION PROCESS
  • (contd)
  • Meeting of the NEDA with UNCT
  • Multisectoral workshop
  • i. Government Agencies
  • ii. Civil Society/NGOs
  • iii. Business Sector
  • iv. UNCT/Donor Organizations
  • Review and approval of the NEDA Board-Social
    Development Committee

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III. CONTENTS OF THE REPORT
  • Executive Summary
  • Philippine Development Context
  • Progress per Goal
  • a. Status and Trends
  • b. Priority Policies and Programs
  • c. Challenges/Priorities for Action
  • Advocating and Localizing the MDGs
  • Financing the MDGs
  • Monitoring the MDGs

7
III. CONTENTS OF THE REPORT
  • Additional features
  • Subnational/Sex disaggregation
  • Business sector contributions
  • CSOs/NGOs contributions
  • Box stories/Best practices
  • MDG Advocacy Campaigns

8
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER Target
1 Halve the proportion of people living in
extreme poverty between 1990-2015
Source NSCB
9
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER
10
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER
Source National Statistics Office (NSO), 2003
Family Income and Expenditure Survey (Preliminary
Results)
11
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER Target
1 Halve the proportion of people living in
extreme poverty between 1990-2015
Source NSCB
13
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER
Target 1 Halve the proportion of people living
in extreme poverty between 1990-2015
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER Target
2 Halve the proportion of population below the
minimum level of dietary energy consumption and
halve the proportion of underweight children
(under five years old)
Source NNS
15
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER Target
2 Halve the proportion of population below the
minimum level of dietary energy consumption and
halve the proportion of underweight children
(under five years old)
Source NNS
16
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER
Target 2 Halve the proportion of population
below the minimum level of dietary energy
consumption and halve the proportion of
underweight children (under five years old)
Source NNS
17
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY HUNGER Target
3 Halve the proportion of families with no
access to safe drinking water or those who cannot
afford it by 2015
Source APIS
18
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 2 ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY
EDUCATION Target 4 Achieve universal access to
primary education by 2015
Source DepEd
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 2 ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
Target 4 Achieve universal access to primary
education by 2015
Source DepEd
20
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 2 ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
Target 4 Achieve universal access to primary
education by 2015
Source DepEd
21
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 3 PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY Target 5
Eliminate gender disparity in primary and
secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in
all levels of education no later than 2015
Source DepEd
22
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 3 PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY
Target 5 Eliminate gender disparity in primary
and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and
in all levels of education no later than 2015
23
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 4 REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY Target 6 Reduce
children under-five mortality rate by two-thirds
by 2015
Source NDHS 1993 and 2003
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 5 IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH Target 7 Reduce
maternal mortality rate by three-quarters by 2015
(half by 2000, half by 2015)
  • Proxy Indicators
  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Proportion of births attended by health
    professionals
  • of births delivered in a health facility
  • Prenatal care coverage
  • of those injected with tetanus toxoid
  • Provision of iron tablets supplements

25
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 5 IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH Target 8
Increase access to reproductive health (RH)
services to 60 percent by 2005, 80 percent by
2010, and 100 percent by 2015
Source NDHS, 2003
26
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 6 COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA OTHER
DISEASES Target 10 Have halted by 2015 and begun
to reverse the incidence of malaria and other
major diseases
Source DOH
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 6 COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA OTHER
DISEASES Target 10 Have halted by 2015 and begun
to reverse the incidence of malaria and other
major diseases
Source DOH
28
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 7 ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Target
11 Implement national strategies for
sustainable development by 2005, to reverse the
loss of environmental resources by 2015
  • Forest resources and watersheds
  • Biodiversity resources
  • Coastal and marine resources
  • Air quality
  • Water resources
  • Wastes and toxic chemicals

29
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 7 ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Target
12 By 2020, to have achieved a significant
improvement in the lives of at least 100 million
slum dwellers
Source APIS, 2002
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
GOAL 7 ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Target 12 By 2020, to have achieved a
significant improvement in the lives of at least
100 million slum dwellers
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS

32
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Cross-cutting Challenges and Priorities for Action
  • Wide disparities across regions
  • Focused targeting
  • Strengthen LGU provision and management of
    MDG-related services
  • Expand and improve quality of MDG-related
    programs and projects
  • Need to increase resource allocation for
    MDG-related programs and projects
  • Pursue revenue measures
  • Protect MDG-related programs and projects from
    budgetary cutbacks
  • Strengthen collaboration among government, civil
    society, private sector, and multilateral and
    bilateral agencies

33
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Cross-cutting Challenges and Priorities for Action
  • Full/stricter implementation of laws
  • Improving policy dissemination
  • Imposition of sanctions
  • Review and amendment
  • Need to strengthen monitoring and evaluation
  • Improve data collection and data quality
  • Disaggregation of data by sex and geographical
    location
  • Use of DevInfo

34
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Cross-cutting Challenges and Priorities for Action
  • Need to scale-up campaign for localization
  • Expand pilot areas for localization
  • Replicate best practices
  • Capacity building of LGUs
  • Need to develop an advocacy plan
  • Increase media reportage on the MDGs
  • Popularization of MDG songs
  • Increase MDG champions and policy advocates

35
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Financing the MDGs
  • National government
  • Local government
  • Private sector
  • Non-government organizations
  • Donor community

36
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Financing the MDGs
The AFP Modernization Program was established
in 2000. In the same year, some P13.318 million
was obligated for the program. From 2001-2003,
actual obligation out of releases made were
incorporated in the budgets of the attached
agencies under the DND.
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Financing the MDGs
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Financing the MDGs
Source NEDA-PIS
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IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Advocating the MDGs
  • Government Initiatives
  • Philippine Progress Report on the MDGs
  • Strategy workshop on mainstreaming the MDGs
  • National workshop on enhancing the capacity to
    monitor global human commitments
  • 10 to 10 Engaging People and Communities
    Advancing Governance Reforms towards the
    Realization of the MDGs

40
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Advocating the MDGs
  • Legislative Briefings
  • Crafting a legislative agenda in pursuit of the
    MDGs
  • CSO Contributions
  • National consultations of CSOs on the MDGs
  • Social Watch monitoring system
  • Mid-term review of the status of the MDGs

41
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Advocating the MDGs
  • Business Initiatives
  • Philippine MDG Business Framework for Action
  • Responding to the Millennium Development
    Challenge A Roadmap for Philippine Business
  • Academe Initiatives
  • National conference and general assembly for
    schools and teachers of public administration
  • Regional conference on mainstreaming the MDGs

42
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Advocating the MDGs
  • Local Level
  • Regional workshop on mainstreaming the MDGs and
    SOMIS
  • Workshops on the MDGs and ICPD
  • Regional Initiatives
  • Regional workshop on the MDGs in Asia-Pacific
  • Inception seminar/workshop in upgrading
    statistical capabilities on MDG indicators

43
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Localizing the MDGs
  • Policy formulation
  • Tools development
  • Capacity building
  • Documentation and replication of best practices

44
IV. HIGHLIGHTS
Monitoring the MDGs
  • DevInfo
  • Institutional arrangements
  • Data availability

45
V. GAPS/CONSTRAINTS IN PREPARING THE REPORT
  • Availability of data
  • Comparability of data
  • Coverage of initiatives

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