RPCO BARMM Leads PCIP Updating, LGU Module Encoding Session
RPCO BARMM through its I-PLAN component conducted the updating of its Provincial Commodity Investment Plan (PCIP) cum LGU module encoding on June 22-25, 2021 at the Harbour Lights Hotel, Gusa Old Rd, Cagayan de Oro City.
This activity was participated by the Provincial Project Management and Implementing Unit (PPMIU) of Lanao del Sur which primarily aims to review and enhance the quality of the PCIP of the province.
As a roadmap for the agriculture and fishery sector, the updated PCIP ensures that resources are maximized by achieving synergy between the different players of the value chain and by building partnership with the LGUs, government and private sector.
The concurrent conduct of LGU Module Encoding on the other hand addresses the need to identify both PRDP and non PRDP sources of funding which will identify the leverage amount generated by the PCIP.
With the reconstitution of the Provincial Project Management implementing Unit (PPMIU), a re-orientation of the participants was also conducted in order to familiarize them with PRDP and its objectives.
RPCO BARMM Deputy Project Director, Ammal D. Solaiman delivered her message of support to highlight the importance of the PLGU. “We are giving emphasis to Lanao del Sur and willing to extend our arms to assist and generate feasible and viable project proposals for PRDP funding,” Solaiman said.
Currently, the Province of Lanao del Sur has three (3) I-BUILD subprojects funded by PRDP worth P113 million with a total FMR length of 8.96 kilometers.
This activity was participated by representatives from the PPMIU of Lanao del Sur, the Project Support Office (PSO) Mindanao Cluster I-PLAN Head, Cerenio T. Tila and RPCO BARMM components and units, Planning Officers Elsie S. Omandam & Abdeel Rauf P. Tending, I-BUILD Rural Infrastructure Engineer (RIE) Engr. Baby Anne Usman , I-REAP Business Development Officer (BDO) Michael Ian Sastrillo, Procurement Associate Officer Sheryl U. Baganian, and M&E Officers Engr. Jheyhan Campong and Michael Malbas. (Joy M. Montecalvo with reports from Michael Ian Sastrillo, IREAP BDO)