Sultan Kudarat SPs Undergo Technical Review

Date Published: February 23, 2022

Three local government units (LGUs) in Sultan Kudarat recently participated in a technical review of their proposed subprojects (SPs) to the Philippine Rural Development Project.

Technical personnel from the Municipal Project Monitoring and Implementing Units of Isulan, Esperanza and Lambayong presented their subproject proposals, feasibility studies, program of works and other documents to the pool of consultants of the Project Support Office Mindanao (PSO Mindanao) and Regional Project Coordination Office (RPCO) 12.

This joint technical review was materialized after the subproject appraisal was conducted by the rural infrastructure engineers and other technical staff of RPCO 12.

The activity was also a part of the preparation process for the subproject’s approval in the Regional Project Advisory Board.

Proposals are examined in order to secure the viability of the SPs and discuss the possible findings and recommendations to further improve their documents.

Some of the infrastructure SPs included in the joint technical review which will improve the lives of rural communities are warehouses with solar dryer and potable water systems.

Zaldy Boloron, deputy project director of RPCO 12, commended the LGUs for their enthusiasm in accessing projects from PRDP.

“I would like to thank you for your unending interest with PRDP… ‘though we have a tedious process, you still persevere,” Boloron noted.

He added that with their experience with PRDP, the LGUs will earn the respect of other funding agencies, for the integrity they acquired from the World Bank-assisted projects they proposed and implemented.

Ovette Viray, of LGU Isulan, agreed with DPD Boloron.

“We realized that we are trained to be excellent with our proposals,” Viray noted.

She said that other agencies will see them as a credible partner for implementing projects because of their experience with PRDP. (Carl Ulysses Aguillon | RPCO 12)

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