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  1. 2007 2008 2012 2015 2013 2011 2014 2006 2009 2010 2005 2004 The countdown begins … today

  2. 2015 MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS REGIONAL PROGRESS REPORT 69th Regional Development Council (RDC – 10) MeetingPearlmont Inn, Cagayan de Oro City14 November 2005Prepared by:RSDC Secretariat

  3. About this presentation • Region 10 profile • MDG background • Progress by goal • Future directions • Good practices • Next steps/action areas Subanons in Ozamiz City

  4. Region 10 profile • Population: 3.5 million • Land area: 19,279 sq. km. • 5 provinces and 8 cities • 85 municipalities • 2,020 barangays Northern Mindanao

  5. MDG preview • Millennium Summit in Sept. 2000 • UN member states set-out a comprehensive agenda that encompasses development and poverty goals for the 21st century • Millennium Declaration • Embodies specific targets and milestones in eliminating extreme poverty and hunger worldwide • MDGs: 8 major goals – 18 targets • Set within 2015, reinforce and synthesize goals and targets • reached at various global and international conferences, • including the Millennium Summit

  6. MDG preview • Philippine Progress Report • 2003 and 2005 National Reports prepared • Tracks and monitors how the Philippine government and • other stakeholders are faring in efforts to attain the MDGs • RDC Resolution No. 24 (s. 2004) • Adopting the Localization and Mainstreaming of the • MDGs/International Population and Development Program • of Action (ICPD-PoAs) in Region 10 • - RSDC shall give annual report to RDC

  7. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  8. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life • Where are we today? • What can we do today? Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  9. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  10. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Food security &child nutrition Proportion of population below poverty threshold by province, 2000 32.5 – 39.6 39.7 – 49.0 49.1 – 55.5 55.6 – 56.0 Proportion of population below poverty threshold, Region 10 (1991 & 2003) Missing 70 Current progress rate 60.6 60 50 44.3 40 Percent 30 20 Required progress rate 22.65 10 0 1991 1997 2003 2009 2015 Source: NSCB Source: NSCB DevInfo generated map

  11. No family is dirt-poor & hungry. Food security &child nutrition Proportion of families below poverty threshold by province, 2000 27.6 – 32.2 32.3 – 43.4 43.5 – 50.8 50.9 – 53.1 Proportion of families below poverty threshold, Region 10 (1991 & 2003) Missing Required progress rate Percent Current progress rate Source: NSCB Source: NSCB DevInfo generated map

  12. How are our preschoolers? Underweight children (0-5) Food security &child nutrition Malnutrition rate among preschoolers by province/city, 2004 • 2003 National Nutrition Survey • 25 out of 100 preschoolers are underweight • 6 out of 10 households in Region 10 have inadequate energy intake 10.09 – 12.11 12.12 – 13.30 13.31 – 17.19 17.20 – 21.03 Missing Source: DOH – 10 Source: DOST-FNRI NNS DevInfo generated map

  13. Food security &child nutrition What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • KALAHI • KALAHI – CIDDS • KARZones • Nutrition program • Organization/strengthening of local nutrition committees • Garden of Go, Grow and Glow Foods (G4) • Implementation of ASIN law • Implementation of Food Fortification Act KALAHI Poverty Free Zone Project inaugurated in Lagonglong

  14. Food security &child nutrition What needs to be done? Families arewell-nourished. CHILD NUTRITION FOOD SECURITY Increase funding for basic services. Localize poverty reduction efforts Formulate/implement development plans for children/ Nutriition Action Plan Strengthen livelihood & entrepreneurship interventions Develop & submit funding proposals to donor agencies. Strict implement health and nutrition laws Enjoin civil society & private groups.

  15. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  16. No child dies of preventable diseases. Childhealth Infant mortality rate by province/city, 2004 0.94 – 5.44 5.45 – 10.24 10.25 – 13.45 13.46 – 22.13 Infant mortality rate, Region 10 (1990-95 & 2003) Missing Required progress rate Per 1,000 livebirths Current progress rate Source: NSO – NDHS Source: DOH – 10 DevInfo generated map

  17. Where are you now? Child mortality rate Childhealth Under-five mortality rate, Region 10 (1990-95, 1998, 2003) 54 49 Required progress rate Per 1,000 children Current progress rate Source: NSCB, NSO – NDHS

  18. Childhealth What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • Maternal and Child Health Program • Expanded Program on Immunization • Control of Diarrheal Diseases Program • Nutrition Program • Solid Water and Sanitation Program • Dengue Prevention and Control Program Young children in Ozamiz City

  19. Childhealth What needs to be done? Fewer children (0-5 years old)die. Advocate infant and young child feeding Strengthen LGU provision and management of MCH services Increase supply of affordable and fortified foods Increase advocacy for the financing and deliver of under-5 health services Strict implement health and nutrition laws Improve policy dissemination

  20. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  21. Women are also healthy & well-nourished. Health &nutrition of mothers Maternal mortality rate by province/city, 2004 0 1 – 40 41 – 124 125 - 243 Maternal mortality rate, Region 10 (1990 – 95) Missing Current progress rate Per 100,000 livebirths Required progress rate 52.2 Source: NSCB - TWG Source: DOH – 10 DevInfo generated map

  22. Women are also healthy & well-nourished. Health &nutrition of mothers 2003 National Demographic and Health Survey Results 9 out of 10 pregnant women consulted a health professional for antenatal care 5 out of 10 births were attended by hilots 4 out of 10 women were given tetanus toxoid immunization Source: NSO

  23. Women have access to reproductive health services Health &nutrition of mothers 2003 National Demographic and Health Survey Results Total fertility rate for women age 15 – 49, 1993 - 2003 Percent Source: NSO

  24. Women have access to reproductive health services Health &nutrition of mothers 2003 National Demographic and Health Survey Results Almost 6 out of 10 currently married women aged 15-49 are using any family planning methods Almost 4 out of 10 of these women are using modern family planning methods Source: NSO

  25. Health &nutrition of mothers What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • Maternal and Child Health Program • Family Planning Program • Safe Motherhood Program • Reproductive Health • Ligtas Buntis • Contraceptive Self-Reliance (CSR) • National Health Insurance Program • Philippine Population Management Program Pregnant woman availing prenatal check-up in Valencia City

  26. Health &nutrition of mothers What needs to be done? Fewer mothers die of pregnancy or childbirth. Pass ordinances on safe motherhood & emergency care for pregnant mothers. Develop clear messageson danger signs of pregnancy, prenatal care, & preparedness. Strengthen rural health units & district health centers. Strictly implement health laws: ASIN Mother-baby friendly hospitals Milk code Birth registration Sanitation code & others. Involve private health providers for affordable medical services.

  27. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  28. All children attend elementary school. Universalprimaryeducation Public elementary participation rate by school division, SY 2004-2005 79.48 – 81.96 81.97 – 86.29 86.30 – 89.22 89.23 – 94.87 Public Elementary Participation Rate, Region 10 (1990 & 2004) Missing Required progress rate Percent Current progress rate Source: DEPED – 10 DevInfo generated map

  29. All children attend elementary school. Universalprimaryeducation Public elementary cohort survival rate by school division, SY 2004-2005 48.20 – 59.52 59.53 – 69.51 69.52 – 76.82 76.83 – 113.10 Public Elementary Cohort Survival Rate, Region 10 (1990 & 2004) Missing Required progress rate Percent Current progress rate Source: DEPED – 10 DevInfo generated map

  30. Universalprimaryeducation What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • Education for All (EFA) • Schools First Initiative • Child-Friendly School System • Adopt-a-School Program • School Building Program Visually-impaired students of Talakag Elementary School studying the Braille system

  31. Universalprimaryeducation What needs to be done? All children, boys & girls,finish elementary school. Invest in ECCD. Make local school boards responsive. Use results & analysis fromBasic EducationInformation System. Enforce anti-truancy law. Professionalize ECCD service workers. Enhance participation of donors and partners in Schools First Initiative (SFI Pass & enforce resolutions protecting children’s time for school Strengthen studenttracking system. Support adult literacy programs.

  32. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  33. Women truly enjoy equal rights. Gender equality Female school children in Bukidnon Source: DEPED – 10 and NSO – 10

  34. Women truly enjoy equal rights. Gender equality • During the same school year, a higher percentage of women than men graduated in higher education degrees • Women dominated fields: • Education and Teacher Training • Business Administration • Medical and Allied • Humanities • Men dominated fields: - Engineering and Technology - Mathematics and Computer Science - Religion and Theology - Architectural and Town-Planning Graduates in tertiary education (Public and Private), by Sex, Region 10 AY 2004 – 2005 Source: CHED - 10

  35. Women truly enjoy equal rights. Gender equality Public Life and Governance • More than half of government employees are women • Most of the women and men were holders of first and second level career positions • 1 out of 6 elected officials is a woman • The number of women in elective politics marginally increased from 1995 to 2004 Mayor Jennifer Tan of Tangub City

  36. Gender equality What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • Education for All (EFA) • Alternative Learning System (ALS) • Allocation of 5% of LGU budget for GAD programs/projects/activities • Implementation of “Women in Nation Building Act (RA 7192)” • Formulation of GAD Codes • Livelihood assistance for marginalized women • Organization/strengthening of local women councils Workshop participated in by women in Camiguin

  37. Gender equality What needs to be done? Women truly enjoy their rights Strengthen the Alternative Learning System (ALS) Provide better opportunities for women Mainstream the GAD Policy. Improve the gender content of education Strengthen government and civil society collaboration Make media more sensitive

  38. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  39. HIV/AIDS, malaria, & other diseases are controlled. Control ofHIV/AIDS &others • HIV/AIDS • Low & slow prevalence (Philippines) • First reported case in 1984 • 2,200 HIV cases (cumulatively from Jan 1984 to Dec 2004) • 32% are OFWs • 72 cases are children & young people (below 19 years old) • 700 cases are women (15-49 years old) • 31 babies infected thru “mother-to-child-transmission” Source: National Epidemiology Center

  40. HIV/AIDS, malaria, & other diseases are controlled. Control ofHIV/AIDS &others Young people & HIV/AIDS in Region 10 • High level of risk factors among youth (15-24 y.o.) • Behaviour • 22% report premarital sex • Mean age at first sex: 17 years old • Low condom use: 20% used condoms for 1st sexual experience • 33% had more than one premarital sex partner • Knowledge • 56% know STD • 96% heard of AIDS, but 24% think it is curable Source: Young Adult Fertility Survey 2003

  41. HIV/AIDS, malaria, & other diseases are controlled. Control ofHIV/AIDS &others Malaria morbidity rate, Region 10 (1991 & 2004) Required progress rate Per 100,000 population Current progress rate Source: DOH – 10

  42. Control ofHIV/AIDS &others What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • AIDS/STD Prevention and Control Program • Reproductive Health Program • Malaria Prevention and Control Program • National Tuberculosis Program • Establishment of DOTS centers Lecture on adolescent reproductive health and fertility awareness

  43. Control ofHIV/AIDS &others What needs to be done? HIV/AIDS is halted. Incidence of malaria & other major disease reversed. HIV/AIDS Malaria and other major diseases Intensify IEC efforts towards behavioral change Target the high-risk Groups for AIDS services Launch massive information campaign. Promote preventionmessages. Improve surveillance & sentinel sites. Expand collaboration with private sector including faith-based organizations Strengthen program support services such as monitoring, supervision and evaluation

  44. 8 MDGs: Building blocks for a good quality of life Good qualityof life Food security &child nutrition Child health Genderequality Health& nutrition of mothers Universalprimaryeducation Protectionof environment Partnershipfordevelopment Control of HIV/AIDS & others

  45. The environment is protected. Protectionofenvironment AGUSAN DEL NORTE AGUSANDEL SUR ZAMBOANGADEL NORTE LAKE LANAO LANAODEL SUR DAVAO COTABATO Forest Cover of Region 10 December 2003 (in hectares) Production Areas Protection Areas Source: DENR – 10

  46. The environment is protected. Protectionofenvironment Proportion of families with access to safe drinking water by province/city, 2004 69.60 – 98.88 98.89 – 107.57 107.58 – 110.86 110.87 – 113.90 Proportion of families with access to safe drinking water Region 10 (1999 & 2004) Missing Required progress rate Percent Current progress rate Source: DOH – 10 Source: NSO – 10, APIS DevInfo generated map

  47. The environment is protected. Protectionofenvironment Proportion of families with sanitary toilets by province/city, 2003 50.88 – 84.34 84.35 – 93.34 93.35 – 96.55 96.56 - 100 Proportion families with sanitary toilets Region 10 (1999 & 2004) Missing Required progress rate Percent Current progress rate Source: DOH – 10 Source: NSO – 10, APIS DevInfo generated map

  48. The environment is protected. Protectionofenvironment Informal Settler Families • 20, 537 informal settler families in Region 10 • < 1% of the regional population • Living mostly in: • - urban areas (slum dwellers) • substandard dwelling units • areas with little or no basic services such as safe water, health center, schools and livelihood Source: NSO – 10, APIS 2002

  49. Protectionofenvironment What have we done? PROGRAMS AND POLICIES • National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Law • Sustainable Forest Management • Solid Waste Management • Local Environmental Code Formulation • Coastal Resource Management • Safe Water and Sanitation Program • Socialized Housing • Partnership with civic groups (GK, Oro Habitat) Camiguin Island