Program Modalities Sustainable Livelihood Program SLP Program Updates

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Program Modalities Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Program Updates

Program Modalities Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Program Updates

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

PRODUCTIVITY PROFITABILITY RESOURCES BUILDING ASSETS COMMUNITYDRIVENMARKET ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT BRIDGING ROLE OF GOVT INCREASE IN

PRODUCTIVITY PROFITABILITY RESOURCES BUILDING ASSETS COMMUNITYDRIVENMARKET ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT BRIDGING ROLE OF GOVT INCREASE IN INCOME COMMUNITY-DRIVEN ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AS PATHWAY OUT OF POVERTY

SEA-K is… • One of the modalities under the micro-enterprise development track of SLP

SEA-K is… • One of the modalities under the micro-enterprise development track of SLP • Implemented in areas with limited or no formal financial institutions

SEA-K is the only source of CAPITAL SEED FUND Definitely NOT. .

SEA-K is the only source of CAPITAL SEED FUND Definitely NOT. .

The provision of Capital Seed Fund remains to be the last remedy in providing

The provision of Capital Seed Fund remains to be the last remedy in providing start-up capital to participants after all possible resources have been exhausted…

Capital Seed Fund Eligible recipient SKA with a minimum number of 5 participant Cost

Capital Seed Fund Eligible recipient SKA with a minimum number of 5 participant Cost parameter Maximum of P 10, 000. 00 per participant (family) Intended use Provide start-up capital to operationalize enterprises to be rolled-back within a max. period of 2 years

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

Skills Training is… • Capacity-building strategy to prepare program participants to better manage livelihood

Skills Training is… • Capacity-building strategy to prepare program participants to better manage livelihood options • Pro-active measure which ensures optimum quality performance in managing livelihood activities

Full training fee/registration Transportation & food expenses Starter kits

Full training fee/registration Transportation & food expenses Starter kits

How? • Partnership with TESDA, TESDAaccredited technical-vocational institutions, other government institutions such as SUCs,

How? • Partnership with TESDA, TESDAaccredited technical-vocational institutions, other government institutions such as SUCs, Dep. Ed, LGU owned schools

Skills Training Fund Objective Train participants to better prepare them to manage their livelihoods.

Skills Training Fund Objective Train participants to better prepare them to manage their livelihoods. Cost Maximum of 20, 000. 00 per parameter participant Intended Covers the full registration/training use fee and in some cases, transportation expenses and starter kits. Reminder Skills training should lead to incomegenerating livelihood activities (employment or enterprise)

Must to have… • Analysis of skills profile • List of employment opportunities (municipal

Must to have… • Analysis of skills profile • List of employment opportunities (municipal to regional) • List of TESDA schools, TESDA accredited TVIs, SUCs & LGU owned/operated schools, Dep. Ed ALS or Trade & Institute schools

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

POOR FAMILIES • Dependent on natural and physical assets • Vulnerable to disasters due

POOR FAMILIES • Dependent on natural and physical assets • Vulnerable to disasters due to lack or limited choice/options BUILDING/ENHANCING AND SUSTAINING LIVELIHOOD ASSETS Cash for Building Livelihood Assets -improve and increase land productivity -protect livelihoods -enhance skills

KEY OBJECTIVES • In the short term, to provide immediate cash and productive, short-term

KEY OBJECTIVES • In the short term, to provide immediate cash and productive, short-term work experience; • In the long-term, to (re)build a physical or natural asset on which the participants or their community depend on for their livelihood and safety

CBLA is IMPLEMENTED • through public-private partnership involving National Government Agencies and private sectors

CBLA is IMPLEMENTED • through public-private partnership involving National Government Agencies and private sectors • Through the support and initiative of Local Government Units

Examples of CBLA projects

Examples of CBLA projects

CBLA Funds Objective Cost parameter Build, protect and increase productivity of livelihood assets 75%

CBLA Funds Objective Cost parameter Build, protect and increase productivity of livelihood assets 75% of the regional wage for a maximum of 11 days Intended use Develop physical and natural assets, establish or rehabilitate common service facilities, serves as skills training activity to increase employability Reminder Strict timeline as to pay-out to be observed (2 weeks after the last day of work)

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

SUSTAIN LIVELIHO ABLE PROGRA OD M

OBJECTIVES • Reduce unemployment • Lessen the financial burden of SLP participants • Instill

OBJECTIVES • Reduce unemployment • Lessen the financial burden of SLP participants • Instill pro-active preparation and prompt submission of employment documents required by employers

Assistance Type Grant Cost parameter Maximum of 5, 000. 00 per participant Eligible participant

Assistance Type Grant Cost parameter Maximum of 5, 000. 00 per participant Eligible participant Member of a Pantawid family, at least 18 years old, holder of at least one (1) certification that supports or enables high employability chances Enabling environment Existing potential or guaranteed employer

THANK YOU

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