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  • Ang Pagbabalik Bayan

    Ay Ang Bagong Bayanihan

    2016 Year End Report

  • I. NRCO MANDATE

    TABLE OF CONTENTS NRCO 2016 Year End Report

    II. LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM

    III. LOCAL EMPLOYMENT

    IV. SPECIAL PROJECTS

    V. REINTEGRATION ADVOCACIES

    VI. REINTEGRATION PARTNERS

    A.) LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

    B.) BALIK PINAY! BALIK HANAPBUHAY!

    C.) SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING

    AND FINANCIAL AWARENESS SEMINAR

    A.) BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION

    B.) BYAHENG AGRIPRENEUR

    C.) WOMEN REACH

    A.) REGIONAL CONSULTATION DIALOGUE

    B.) OVERSEAS REINTEGRATION ADVOCACIES

    C.) TV AND RADIO GUESTINGS

    D.) 3 POLICY GUIDELINE ISSUANCES

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    A.) SA PINAS IKAW ANG MAM/SIR

    D.) DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT 16

  • RA 10022, Section 14

    NRCO 2016 Year End Report

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    The NRCO is hereby created in the Department of Labor and Employment for returning Filipino migrant workers, which shall provide the mechanism of their reintegration into Philippine society, serve as a promotion house for their local employment, and tap their skills and potentials for national development.

    The NRCO shall, in coordination with appropriate government and non-government

    agencies, serve as a One-Stop Center that shall address the multi-faceted needs of OFW-returnees and their families.

    I. NRCO MANDATE

    RA 10801, Section 35 (a)

    Reintegration of OFWs. - The reintegration of OFWs, taking into consideration the needs of women migrant workers, shall be one of the core programs of the OWWA. In this regard, and for purposes of policy and program coordination, the National Reintegration Center for OFWs created under Republic Act No. 10022 shall be an attached office of the OWWA. It shall be headed by an Executive Director who shall be under the supervision of the OWWA Administrator.

    To be able to sustain the viability of this program, not less that ten percent (10%) of

    OWWAs collection of contribution for the immediately preceding year shall be allocated annually for the reintegration program.

    NRCO Mandates

  • NRCO 2016 Year End Report

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    II. LIVELIHOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

    A.) LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT ASSITANCE PROGRAM (LDAP) 3

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    N C R C A R R O 1 R O 2 R O 3 R O 4 A R O 4 B R O 5 R O 6 R O 7 R O 8 R O 9 R O 1 0 R O 1 1 R O 1 2C A R A G A

    LDAP REGIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENT 2016

    Accomplishment Target

    A livelihood program intended to aide irregular/ undocumented Overseas Filipino Workers in reducing

    their socio-economic vulnerability by helping them to start or expand their micro-business undertakings. The

    program provides them with Php 10,000 worth of livelihood assistance in form of starter kits that will enable

    them to establish their business. Beneficiaries of this program are also provided with Financial Awareness

    Seminar and Small Business Management Training where they will be taught on how to plan, start and operate

    their business.

    The LDAP started in 2011 as a livelihood grant for OFWs who are either repatriated from jobsites

    abroad, terminated from their work due to extraordinary and unforeseen events, or those who finished their

    work abroad but decided to stay in the Philippines. From its onset up to 2013, OWWA managed the program

    while the grant was sourced from NRCO.

    In 2016, a total of 735 undocumented OFW returnees were provided with livelihood starter kits under

    LDAP. This makes the LDAP implementation rate 102.37% exceeding its targets for 2016 by 2.37%. 13 out of

    16 Regional Offices have already reached and even exceeded their annual target namely NCR, CAR, R2, R3, R4A,

    R4B, R5, R7, R8, R9, R10, R12 and CARAGA. Region 12 gathered the highest accomplishment with 221 versus

    200 annual target. Second is R3 with 70 actual accomplishment versus 60 annual target. For third; R4A, CAR

    and CARAGA with 50 actual accomplishment versus 50 annual target. Meanwhile, progress is underway for Re-

    gional Offices 6, and 11 who gathered almost the needed target.

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    A livelihood assistance program designed to reintegrate distressed or displaced OFW

    Women returnees in the Philippines. The program provides the beneficiaries Php 10,000

    worth of starter kits and skills training that will enable them to establish and operate their

    own micro-business

    A total of 1,484 or 81.45% women OFW returnees were provided with livelihood

    starter kits under BPBH. Regional Offices of NCR, CAR, R2, R3, R4B, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10,

    R12 and CARAGA have already reached and even exceeded their annual target in which

    R12 attained the highest actual accomplishment of 150 versus 150 annual target. Second is

    NCR with 135 actual accomplishment versus 126 annual target. Third highest is R2 with

    126 actual accomplishment versus 125 annual target.

    B.) BALIK PINAY! BALIK HANAPBUHAY! 1

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    BPBH REGI ONAL ACCOMPLI SHMENT 2016

    Accomplishment Target

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT ASSITANCE PROGRAM (LDAP) PHOTOS

    OFW returnee Ms. Nimfa U. Amora from

    Region X was awarded with a retail store

    package under the Livelihood Development

    Assistance Program.

    OFW returnee Ms. Charalyn P. Tolentino from

    Region X was awarded with a retail store

    package under the Livelihood Development

    Assistance Program.

    JERRY SEVILLA, Legazpi City, Albay.

    LDAP Beneficiary Region V

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    BALIK PINAY! BALIK HANAPBUHAY! PHOTOS

    OFW returnee, Ms. Lorelyn B. Bar-

    tolome of Basud, Camarines Norte

    was awarded with a retail store

    package under the Balik Pinay! Balik

    Hanapbuhay! Program.

    Ely C. Anacion and ViAlfon, both

    from Presentacion, a coastal

    town in Camarines Sur are BPBH

    livelihood beneficiaries on Food

    Vending.

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    C.) SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND

    FINANCIAL AWARENESS SEMINAR (SBMT/FAS)

    This training/seminar provides the OFWs insights about the importance of investing

    and saving money, as well as, the basic management of business. The training may also be

    availed by family members of OFW returnees. SBMT/FAS is a pre-requisite training needed

    for the availment of both LDAP/BPBH.

    By the end of 2016, a total of 4,753 or 187.87% OFWs and their families were pro-

    vided seminars and trainings on financial literacy and basic business management. The Re-

    gional Office in NCR, CAR, R2, R3, R4A, R4B, R5, R6, R7, R8, R10, R11, R12 and CARAGA

    have already reached and even exceeded their annual target. Region4B attained the high-

    est actual accomplishment with 804 versus 112 annual target, followed by the R12 with

    447 actual accomplishment versus 350 annual target and the third highest is NCR with 420

    actual accomplishment versus 161 annual target.

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    SBMT/FAS REGIONAL ACCOMPLI SHMENT 2016Accomplishment Target

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND

    FINANCIAL AWARENESS SEMINAR (SBMT/FAS) PHOTOS

    Small Business Manage-

    ment Training/ Financial

    Awareness Seminar

    April 7, 2016, DOLE Con-

    ference Room, DOLE RO5,

    Legazpi City

    DOLE-NRCO Conducts Fi-

    nancial Awareness and

    Small Business Manage-

    ment Training for OFWs

    and their beneficiaries.

    Nrco Tacloban Region VIII

  • National Reintegration Center for OFWs 2016 Year End Report

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    III. LOCAL EMPLOYMENT

    SA PINAS, IKAW ANG MAAM/SIR (SPIMS) PROGRAM

    A convergence project of the Departmen