RDC 9 monitoring body to meet, rehab plan for Ipil town watershed up for discussion

The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) of the Regional Development Council 9 is set hold its 2nd Problem Solving Session and Facilitation Meeting July 3 on “the tourism road project leading to Busay Falls” in the municipality of Ipil.

Up for discussion during the meeting is “the enhanced Rehabilitation Action Plan/ Design of the private contractor in view of the suggestions and comments raised by the stakeholders and concerned local government unit during the meeting on June 14.”

The monitoring body held its first meeting April 30 to initially discuss the situation and update of the damaged portion of the Dona Josefa Watershed and Protected Area caused by the implementation of the third phase of the Tourism Road Infrastructure Project (TRIP) leading to Busay Falls.

Prior to the meeting, the committee members will conduct site visit.

The committee is the project monitoring arm of RDC 9. Created by virtue of Executive Order No. 376, it is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of priority programs and projects.

Its mandate include conducting problem solving session on projects implemented in the region that are encountering problems while looking also to those projects that are considered for replication.

The committee will forward its reports and recommendations generated from the Problem-Solving Sessions RDC 9 for appropriate action.

The RPMC is composed of the Regional Director of the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) as chairperson; Regional Director of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), co-chairperson; Regional Director of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Regional Team Leader of the Presidential Management Staff; Private Sector Representative from the RDC; and two representatives of non-government organization. (Mindanao Sun)

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