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KKPAI-Community Housing and Training Program, Cotabato City, Philippines

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Address: Poblacion 1
Cotabato City, 9600  
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Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 15
Number of People Being Served: 300

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Mission Statement


The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program’s organization focused in three (3) major areas;  

1.      It primarily provides a range of direct hands-on member services including but not limited to counselling and referral on assisted housing, social security, skills training, educational services and healthcare;  

2.     It fundamentally directed towards planning and development with an emphasis on housing development, livelihood skills training and organizational development; and  

3.      It importantly relates to community and advocates for issues important to the community and its members.    

Description


Welcome to

The COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM

A MULTIFACETED, COMPREHENSIVE and INNOVATIVE Program, a truly responsive program in today’s complex driven environment with the provision of VOCATIONAL or OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS and EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT as well as VALUES FORMATION for STRONG FAITH in GOD and SELF-WORTH as HUMAN BEING with DIGNITY. 

 

Program and Project Rationale

 

The prevailing condition of the educational system in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) paints a vivid picture that it lags behind in various aspects compared to the other administrative regions in the Philippines.  

To a large extent, the underpinning grounds to this appalling state of education can be pointed mainly to the adverse and complex effects of the armed conflict that beset the region compounded by the rising criminalities and lawlessness, high incidence of poverty, poor delivery of and access to basic social services and the inadequate education budget from the national coffer.  

Devastating and cruel, indeed, were the effects of the armed conflict, particularly the all-out wars of 2000 and 2003, to the educational system in the ARMM as well as to the delivery of the basic social services. The already dilapidated physical facilities and infrastructures were further demolished, number of drop outs continuously increases and the enrolment rates in both elementary and secondary levels went down tremendously due to the armed conflict.  

It must be underlined that these wars had also rendered multifaceted traumatic experiences to the children, pupils, students of the ARMM, a focus and effective psychosocial intervention and debriefing program, therefore, must be instituted to address the said reality.  

It has been said that the key to socio-economic development that would eventually diminish the abject poverty and underdevelopment as well as the armed conflict in the war-ravaged autonomous region is through educational advancement at all levels. But how can that be achieved if the aforementioned underpinning reasons to the appalling state of education in the ARMM will not be squarely responded to immediately by concerned institutions?  

In the recent study of education in Mindanao, ARMM registered lowest in basic and functional literacy, secondary participation rate, elementary cohort survival rate and highest elementary drop-out rate. The basic and functional literacy rate is lowest at 61%. The secondary participation rate is also lowest at 39.19%. The elementary cohort survival is also modest at 33.96%. The elementary drop out at its meanest at 23.86%. (DepEd-ARMM Publication: Leading a New Beginning)  

This dismal state of education in ARMM is equally true in most parts of its component provinces - Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi and Basilan. In fact, 21% of its 2,445 Barangays are without schools, which deprive the constituency of access to education.  

Hence, this COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM project proposal aims to provide access to basic education among the children, functional literacy, and livelihood for the parents and community-based education and learning facilities. It is an initiative that vigorously complements the overall thrusts and efforts to strengthen the basic education program of the government and particularly in the ARMM.

 

Program and Project Summary

 

The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program initiates a low-cost housing project in the targeted area at Barangay Tamontaka 5, Cotabato City for its homeless member-beneficiaries and classified as low-income earners; the poor who were affected and displaced because of the armed conflict, living with extended relatives and informal settlers residing in the highly congested poor areas which could hardly be called a homes in this city.

 

 

The CHT Program will also provide OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING for unskilled individuals and members of the family in order to enhance and to develop their capabilities and skills to augment their family income as well as BASIC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES outside of the formal school for less in education and school-age children and LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COUNSELING and VALUES FORMATION for strong faith in God and individual's self-worth and dignity as human being and can be productive members of the society.

 

 

This proposal budget in the amount of PhP 1,704,000.00 for Non-Housing and Administrative Components of the CHT Program will be sourced out in the form of solicitation for program’s assistance to generous and interested Donors, who are willing to help us for these charitable activities. We anticipate the said assistance from the Donors which will be an ESSENTIAL and PRIMARY part of our program that permits our efforts in the field of SKILLS TRAINING, EDUCATION, SOCIAL SERVICES, COUNSELING and VALUES FORMATION activities.

 

 

The program which we ENVISION is MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for strong faith in God and individual's  self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment).

 

 

The organization has already identified and acquired a 2-hectare land area for the housing site as a component of this program through our initiatives and voluntary contributions.

 

 

Although, we have generous friends within the community support our programs, however due to the overall cumulative effect of the economy, we have been unable to secure the essential funding for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.

 

 

With this reality, I decided to open another window of opportunities to seek any amount as voluntary contribution and support for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program from a generous friend like you with heart for charitable activities. I strongly believed when your 1 Peso is added to my 1 Peso and added to our 1 Peso would be a big deal for the success of CHT Programs and Projects, and thus is a part for the realization of program's Vision, Mission and Goals.

 

 

The housing component will provide aid not only to those families requiring assisted housing but also to those families who are direct beneficiaries of non-housing component of the CHT program. We anticipate that percentage of the units will be set aside for Learning Centers, Values Formation Center, Multi-Purpose Center and Office.

 

Project Developmental Goals

 

The project envisions the empowerment of women, men and out-of-school youths with knowledge and vocational and technical skills to enable them to develop and gain control over their lives; assists women become active participants in the mainstream of economic activities.  

The project aims to provide non-formal education programs on adult functional literacy and vocational and technological skills with integrated entrepreneurship modules among the 384 target beneficiaries.

 

Project General Objectives

 

Generally, the project aims to provide support to a wider access to community-based education and learning center especially for the pre-school and underprivileged sectors that would serve as impetus towards social development.  

Project Specific Objectives

 

1. To promote community-based peace education, raise awareness for peace and build capacity of community in developing and managing peace promotion.

 

2. To conduct non-formal education services through the provision of basic functional literacy and continuing education/integrated adult education programs in order to improve the quality of life of the learners, serving 384 learners.

 

  • at least women, men and out-of-school youth with ages from 15-above for literacy:

 

  • at least women, men and out-of-school youth who desire to become economically productive with ages from 18-years and above for entrepreneurship livelihood/vocational skills training:

 

3. To advocate, promote active participation and involvement of participants and stakeholders in the conduct of non-formal education in the community and for ownership and sustainability.

 

4. To build/construct one (1) Community Literacy Resource Center/Multi-Purpose Center.

 

5. To provide Early Childhood Care and development program, especially basic education, that would encourage increase in the enrollment and cohort survival rates in the elementary levels particularly but not confined to the target beneficiaries.

 

6. To enable the out of school youth pass the accreditation exams for secondary and tertiary education.

 

Expected Outputs/Benefits

 

The project will:

 

  • Directly benefit the women by acquiring knowledge and applying learned skills, developing capacity to and as such encourage and motivate them to be strong and help them develop a positive outlook in life. By enlightening them that women have an important role in the development of the community and society as a whole, they will be motivated to take part and be involved in community and enterprise development activities, particularly in the area of social mobilization and advocacy.

 

  • Furthermore, men have also a vital role to play in supporting women and acknowledging their worth as human being with dignity and self-worth.

 

  • The innovative aspects of the project ensure replication potential at the community level.
 

Inter-agency partnership. The project will promote inter-agency complementation in the effective and smooth implementation of the CHT Program Project on livelihood skills component. Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Education, Department of Social Welfare and Development are the agencies that will provide the technical expertise and support to the project.  

Community Involvement. The project gives a premium to community support, participation and involvement. It is a pre-condition that the community must be primed to be the major stakeholder and owner of the project.  

Women Counseling & Life Skills. As we recognize women's experiences and travails that they have encountered in life particularly those directly affected by the armed conflict. As such, proper counseling and motivation need to be provided to these women for them to better cope with their business as well as cope with the present demand of the society.  

Peace and Development. The project will be a responsive mechanism of promoting the peace agenda and peace process in the said project site.  

Project Approach and Design Strategy Framework

A framework of tri-sectoral partnership will need to be developed in support of COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT. Partnership building through networking and advocacy amongst the Local Government Unit (LGU), People's Organizations and the business sector will be encouraged and promoted for ownership and sustainability. Target beneficiaries participation and involvement result in mobilizing resources, sharing responsibilities and establishing a sense of ownership to sustain community development activities.  

In line with the Government's policy of supporting poverty alleviation through empowering the capacities of local population, the Project will be (i) be community-based; (ii) employ existing interagency coordinative mechanisms; and (iii) effectively utilized existing line structure of government agencies; particularly DepEd to provide appropriate support to the community-based NFE programs.  COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT would enable to expand non-formal basic educational services to the poor and marginalized communities by harnessing the considerable existing capacities and experiences of organization resources to ensure relevance, appropriateness and sustainability of the non-formal education services.  

The project would advocate and promote the forging of alliances and partnerships between and amongst community organizations, its Local Government Unit (LGU) and National Government Agencies (NGAs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).  

Project Beneficiaries and Stakeholders

By raising the educational achievements of the poor illiterate population, the project will contribute to poverty alleviation through the inculcation of self-reliance and self-help capacities enabling them to participate in productive activities manage their limited resources better and reduce their dependencies on welfare and dole-outs. Increased functional literacy among parents would also improve school retention rate among their children and ensure that their children remain in school and attain higher levels of learning. In general terms, children whose parents have at least a basic education tend to do better in school than children whose parents have had little or no education. Studies have also shown a high correlation on literacy and education to lower birth rates, improve family health care, lower infant and maternal mortality rates.  

The identification of target groups (learners) will be undertaken by means of a literacy mapping and the interagency consultative process. Those to be selected are the areas with high literacy rates, low participation rate in schools and high incidence of poverty. The priority groups are: (i) victims of armed conflict who are illiterate and functionally illiterate Out-of-School Youths (OSYs) and adults; and (ii) functionally literate OSYs and adults who have expressed interest to pursue continuing education programs (CEPs) or into vocational entrepreneurship trainings. Priority consideration should be given to girls and women from the poorest households and members of cultural minority groups.  

These beneficiaries will be identified, recruited and selected with the assistance of Local Government Unit (LGU) and Coordinators in the areas.  

Identified areas and their leaders will be tasked to assist in the recruitment, selection of target beneficiary groups. The barangay unit, together with other leaders (social and religious) will be organized and trained as COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT community-based partners.  

Their involvement in the planning, recruitment and selection of learners/trainees, and the monitoring and evaluation process will develop in them a "sense of partnership and ownership" on the project. This is also a significant step towards community involvement and ultimately in the sustainability of the project in the grassroots level.  

Description of Project Components

 

The program which we ENVISION is MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment).  

The COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT will have five (5) inter-related and mutually supportive components. The Assisted Housing will provide aid to those families requiring assisted housing. The Basic Functional Literacy will provide intensive community-based literacy educational services for illiterate Out-of-School Youths (OSYs) and adults. The Continuing Education component will be addressing the needs of functionally literate OSY and adult learners for life-long learning. The Housing component will provide aid not only to those families requiring assisted housing but also to those families who are direct beneficiaries of non-housing component of the CHT program. We anticipate that percentage of the units will be set aside for school buildings, values formation center, multi-purpose center and office.  

The Capacity Building Component will strengthen the institutional capacity of community-based partners and the Local Government Unit (LGU) to design, manage, monitor and evaluate Non-Formal Education (NFE) projects in the respective community. The fourth component is an Infrastructure Component, Community Literacy Resource Center/Multi-Purpose Center. The Center will function as the venue for education and various development activities for the community. The CLRC/MPC will be set-up and managed by the organization and target beneficiaries to provide various learning opportunities for community development, aimed at improving their quality of life and the promotion for peace initiatives and for social cohesion. The fifth component is the Values Formation aimed for a strong faith in God and self-worth individuals with dignity as human being and can be productive members of the society.

 

Project Management

 

The project will be managed by the KKPAI-CHT Program who will be responsible for the project's over-all administrative and financial management. As the lead proponent, it will be accountable to the donor for ensuring all aid objectives are achieved and for managing the aid in accordance with the donor's regulations, procedures and guidelines within a period. It will have its full-time staff to handle and manage the daily implementation of the project.  

It is expected that a maximum of 30 learners will cover both one literacy and skills classes. The criteria for the recruitment and selection of target beneficiaries will be a collaborative effort of the target sectors and Local Government Unit (LGU) in the area with KKPAI-CHT Program.  

It is expected that in the implementation of the project, community involvement and participation will be important strategy.  

The training shall employ a combination of the teacher-centered and learner-centered method of teaching. Personalized instruction shall be the best strategy combined with actual demonstration and return demonstration, workshops, brainstorming, peer teaching, lecture, and discussions. Assignments and projects may be required to complete the course. Results shall be closely monitored to determine the quality and standard of each out puts. Skill Instructors and Literacy Facilitators and the Project Officer shall monitor the progress of the learners at the same time the learners as well as the Project Officer shall evaluate the performance of their Skill Instructors and Literacy Facilitators at every training batch.  

A Committee shall be (involving stakeholders) established with meetings held every quarterly in order to address problem areas and improve the implementation of the project. Among its functions will be deliberations and approval of major concerns arising in the area. They shall also serve as a feedback mechanism in implementation of the project.  

Harnessing coordination and collaboration with the stakeholders will be another prime goal of the project for project continuation. The goal of sustainability shall be linked with the involvement and increasing roles and powers of the stakeholders in human resources development. The advocacy works shall be closely monitored with stakeholders who shall be considered as the resources of the project. This is particularly true to the basic entrepreneurship skills training.

 

Project Structure

  The project will be administered and managed by the following core staff:  

KKPAI-CHT Program represented by its Chief Executive Officer will be the organization who will be officially relating to Donor. It shall be responsible for the over-all implementation of the COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT and shall be responsible in coordinating, monitoring and assessing the Project in accordance with the prescribed and agreed conditions. He will directly be accountable in providing reports incorporating the highlights, problems encountered and progress of the project.  

The Project Officer will be responsible for the operations and management of the CHT Program's Project components. Will monitor and evaluate the activities ensure the smooth implementation of the project. Will coordinate with stakeholders in the establishments of partnership. Will report directly and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer regarding the status and progress of the project. Specifically, the project officer shall provide technical support and assistance in the area of literacy implementation and skills development, if and when necessary.  

The Finance Officer will be responsible for budgeting, funds control, bookkeeping and preparation of financial statements and expenditure. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer. Specifically, he/she will establish a sound financial management system, installing appropriate internal control procedures, fund control and accountability as well as ensure timely submission of financial reports. In addition, be responsible for the preparation of the general accounting records, preparation of and forms and other financial documents. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer.  

The Coordinator will be hired and assigned to manage the day-to-day activities. He will report and be accountable to the Project officer. Will assist in monitoring and evaluating the activities ensure the smooth implementation of the project.  

The Secretary will be responsible for all incoming and outgoing communications. She will be responsible for the encoding of reports prepared by the Chief Executive Officer and the Project Officer. As well as documenting all proceedings of the committee and other related activities.  

The Bookkeeper will be responsible for the preparation of the general accounting records, preparation of vouchers and forms and other financial documents. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Finance Officer.  

Community-based Literacy Facilitators / Skills Trainers will be responsible for the conduct of the literacy classes and vocational skills training classes and in the implementation of various basic and advanced literacy and entrepreneurship courses. They will be responsible in monitoring the performance of the trainees. They will directly report and be accountable to the Project Officer.  

Supervising Engineer will be hired as part-time engineer and shall be responsible for the construction of the Community Literacy Resource Center particularly the supervision of all unskilled laborers. He/She shall be responsible for ensuring that construction pace follows the timetable and materials used are all in accordance with the agreed specifications. Attendance of workers/laborers as counterpart of the community will be checked.  

The Community shall provide the necessary counterpart in the duration of Community Literacy Resource Center construction.  

Project Monitoring and Evaluation

 

OPERATIONS: Regular and periodic reporting (both internal and external) will be conducted to present the status of the project. A system of generating reports shall be established by the CHT Program to ensure objective and timely report.  

Several strategies and approaches in gathering information and ensuring the quality of their learning will be instituted. The planning, committee meetings, evaluation meetings, on-the-spot visits, periodic monitoring of the project as well as the partners' implementation shall be conducted. In addition to assessing the accomplishment of project objectives, impact indicators will be monitored. These indicators include assessing whether the learner has maintained basic literacy, became economically, self-reliant and self-confident, and a contributing member of the community.  

Areas regularly monitored and evaluated include: project administration, training activities, learning sessions, facilitators' progress and performance, learners/trainees' progress and performance, community support and involvement, financial management and accountability.  

On-the-spot ocular investigations and audit visits are regularly conducted. Periodic Monitoring and Evaluation are also conducted as follows: a. formative evaluation; b. mid-term evaluation; and c. final or summative evaluation.  

FINANCE: To ensure that the systems are being adhered by the partners, a regular monitoring visit, audit and examination of vouchers, books of accounts, and other financial records and reports will be made. Recommendations for improvement will be made after the audit visit. Results of the financial audit will be promptly reported during the project coordination meetings.      

Project Sustainability

 

Aside from the project sustainability activities, mentioned earlier, the project will work on the following sustainability issues:

 

1.      On the project actors - by continuously building their motivational and technical capabilities so that they could withstand the problems and challenges of the operation until the goals and objectives have been achieved.

 

2.      On the project activities - a) system, methodologies and instruments - to make the planned systems and methodologies practical, educational and user-friendly so that they could be utilized by ordinary citizens as tools for change even after the end of the project. b) showcase projects - to make them successful by exhausting all support mechanisms so that they could be considered as showcase examples worthy of replication and as models for advocacy.

 

3.      On the impact areas - to make sure that the project experiences are properly documented, packaged,  and dissemination to policy makers and implementers in the education and training agencies using appropriate media tools and influencing strategies.

 

While the direct beneficiary reach appears to be small, the KKPAI-CHT Program envisions being able to eventually replicate the CHT Program scheme through other target areas. The project will contribute trained human resources to a region where there is a high need for their skills.

 

KKPAI-CHT Program's ROLE

 

The Kambantangan Sa Kapagongaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated through the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program is instrumental in establishing and providing programs for housing, social services, education and skills training for its members.  

It is a primary source of essential services and administers comprehensive programs involving social services, health, education, occupational and assisted housing.  

It provides fundamental social services involving counseling and values formation in a variety of social, health and family related programs.

 

Vision

 

To establish a community  with strong faith in God, in human dignity  or self-worth and hopes for a brighter future  through the intervention of assisted housing, educational, occupational or livelihood skills and social services.

 

Mission

 

The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program’s organization focused in three (3) major areas;

 

1. It primarily provides a range of direct hands-on member services including but not limited to counselling and referral on assisted housing, social security, skills training, educational services and healthcare;

 

2. It fundamentally directed towards planning and development with an emphasis on housing development, livelihood skills training and organizational development; and

 

3. It importantly relates to community and advocates for issues important to the community and its members.

 

Goals

  1. To provide assisted housing project to its members;  

2. To provide educational services outside of the formal school for the members to have a pre knowledge and skills in understanding the expected belief for their life;  

3. To be able to deliver the true message and expectations of the organization and to apply in their life;  

4. To provide the family members with occupational skills to augment the family income; and  

5. To be able to have a better understanding on the CHT program and resources and to take a model in leading and abiding the expected standard norms in the community.  

Philosophy of Operation

 

1. KNOW AND BELIEVE THAT GOD IS IN-CHARGE: Make intentions and leave the rest to Him. Allow him to operate through you. Obey Him because He is our gracious Master and we are His grateful servants.  

2. START SMALL AND BUILD UPON IT: The strongest house is where the foundation is placed one layer at a time allowing for the first to solidify before the second is laid on. This is how the organization operates. Although it makes for a slow process, nonetheless the product is sounder.

 

3. THE POWER OF SINCERE INITIATIVE: We believe in the power of sincere initiative and then when 3-5 sincere hearts unite on the same purpose, tremendous change for the good can be brought in a society.

 

Programs and Services

 

  1. HOUSING
  2. EDUCATION
  3. VALUES FORMATION
  4. TECHNICAL and LIVELIHOOD SKILLS TRAINING ASSISTANCE
  5. LEADERSHIP and COUNSELING
  6. COOPERATIVE
  7. Facilitating Relief Assistance
 

 

DONATION APPEAL

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Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs & Projects

Let's Respond to the Call of the Needy

 

Dear Friends:

 

Greetings of PEACE.

 

I am one of the Government Secondary School Teachers of the Department of Education-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DepEd-ARMM) and Chief Executive Officer of Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated (KKPAI) registered as Non-Stock, Non-Profit Non-Government Organization with special program on Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program.  

Before I joined government service in 2007, I have been College Professor of Cotabato City State Polytechnic College, Mindanao Capitol College, Headstart College of Criminology, SKIA Foundation College,  School Principal of SKI Academy, Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association and BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated.  

What prompted me interested to be of service to the needs and concerns of the poor sector of our society particularly those real victims of man-made calamity especially of armed conflict mostly innocent children, youth and their families, is out of my first hand experience and feelings during my stay in areas mostly populated by this sector particularly in conflict affected areas in some part of North Cotabato, Maguindanao and in some barangays in this city where they are forced to evacuate and lived with their extended relatives.  

During my stay in these areas, I witnessed the condition of the poor, the internally displaced families which can be described as BACKWARD, CONFUSED, DEPRESSED and MARGINALIZED. Their situation is wanting and challenging. THIS IS THE CONTEXT WHEREBY I DECIDED TO DEVOTE MY EXTRA TIMES, EFFORTS AND INITIATIVES TO THE BEST I COULD IN THE SERVICE TO THE NEEDS OF THE POOR SECTOR OF THE SOCIETY.  

I observed that the children are the most vulnerable and affected sector of the society. I saw the need to develop a program that will respond to the needs of the children, particularly on the aspect of education, housing for the homeless families who are the victims and collateral damage of armed conflict, livelihood/occupational skills training for the unskilled families and youth, values formation for individual’s self-worth as human beings.  

At the outset, I conceptualized the program and invited some friends for a table discussion and eventually supported the program after they have understood the very objective of the program for the poor and since these friends are benevolent with hearts for the conditions of the poor.

 

The Emergence of Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program  

So the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program emerged. The CHT Program can simply be described as  MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment). No other organizations in the area offer such programs.  

I am appealing with prayers and hope that we could be an instruments in finding resource support opportunities for these programs and projects that could help our low-income earner families particularly the poorest of the poor, less in education, unskilled, living with extended relatives and no permanent house, affected and displaced by armed conflict between the government troops and rebel groups in neighboring areas.  

Until now, we have generous individuals, friends within the community support our programs, however due to the overall cumulative effect of the economy, we have been unable to secure the essential funding for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.  

With this reality, I opened this window of opportunities to seek any amount as voluntary contribution and support for the COMMUNITY HOUSING and TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM from a generous friend like you with heart for charitable activities. I strongly believed when your 1 Peso is added to my 1 Peso and added to our 1 Peso would be a big deal for the successful implementation of CHT Programs and Projects, and could HELP, SAVE and GIVE A NEW HOPES for the needy sectors of our society.  

With our collective efforts and your generous donations towards the Projects of the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program a truly responsive programs for the needy sectors of our society under the today’s complex driven environment, we could HELP the dignity and self-worth of poor homeless families, SAVE the children and youth from the threats of exploitation, and GIVE A NEW HOPES for children and their families through education and other social services.  

With prayers and hopes, we could be an instruments in bridging an opportunities to the needy and less privilege sectors of the society under the today’s complex driven environment.   Sincerely yours,  

AYUB M. SARIUL, Chief Executive Officer

E-mail: chtprogram@yahoo.com or chtprogram@gmail.com

Mobile Nos. +63 9261868016

Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocate, Incorporated

Bagua-II, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines

 

On behalf of the beneficiaries we serve, thank you for your time and considerations. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs and projects or how your donations help us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

 

For donation, you can deposit to this Bank Account:

 

Account Name  AYUB MALANG SARIUL
Account Number 5107727274
Bank’s Name LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES 
Branch  Magallanes Branch
Address Don Rofino Alonzo Street, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
Contact Mobile Phone +63 9261868016  
 

For accounting and acknowledgement purposes of any donation, you may fill-up this information:

 
Name of the Donor:
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OBJECTIVES:

 
1.

To  be able to find windows of opportunities for resource support particularly to fund the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects that  benefitted by the homeless members and their families and classified as low-income earners; the poor who were affected and displaced because of the armed conflict between the government troops and rebel groups, living with extended relatives and informal settlers residing in the highly congested poor areas which could hardly be called a homes in this city, unskilled individuals, less in education and school-age children from conflict affected areas and most economically, occupationally and educationally disadvantaged; and

2. 

To be an instruments in bridging the assistance between the DONOR and the target BENEFICIARIES of the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.

 

BASIC INFORMATION

 
Name  Ayub Malang Sariul
Address Poblacion 1, Cotabato City 9600, Philppines
Mobile No +63 9261868016
E-mail   chtprogram@yahoo.com
Profession Teacher
  Volunteer Interest Area  
Directly Serving People, Disaster Relief, Education, Homeless and Housing and Social Services

 

Summary Description:

 

I am one of the Government Secondary School Teachers of the Department of Education-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DepEd-ARMM) and Chief Executive Officer of Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated (KKPAI) registered as Non-Stock, Non-Profit Non-Government Organization with special program on COMMUNITY HOUSING and TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM.

 

Before I joined government service in 2007, I have been College Professor of Cotabato City State Polytechnic College, Mindanao Capitol College, Headstart College of Criminology, SKIA Foundation College, School Principal of SKI Academy, Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association and BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated.

 

Experience:

 

College Professor

School Principal

Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association

BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated

 

EDUCATION

 
Degree Graduated Bachelor of Secondary Education-Major in English (BSEd-ENGLISH)
College/University NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY
Post Graduates Master of Arts in Education-Major in School Administration and Supervision (M.A.Ed-School Administration and Supervision)
College/University COTABATO CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

 

Skills and Expertise:

 
Teaching, Community Organizing and Development and Management

 

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE AND CAUSES:

 
Organizer and Facilitator

Co-Founder and Coordinator of Urban Poor Association particularly UKPU Urban Poor Association run by women sector because of felt needs experience living as informal settlers.  I acted as an organizer and coordinator to form an association.

 

Causes To Care About:

 
Beneficial for Community Development and the people

 

Organization To Support:

 

Community and Grassroots organizations that alleviate human dignity and poverty.

 

On behalf of the beneficiaries we serve, thank you for your time and considerations. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs and projects or how your donations help us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

 

AYUB M. SARIUL, Chief Executive Officer
Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocate, Incorporated
Bagua-II, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
E-mail: chtprogram@yahoo.com or chtprogram@gmail.com
Mobile Nos. +63 9261868016
http://kkpai-chtprogram.github.io/hello-world/
 

For donation, you can deposit to this Bank Account:

 
Account Name  AYUB MALANG SARIUL
Account Number 5107727274
Bank’s Name LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES 
Branch  Magallanes Branch
Address Don Rofino Alonzo Street, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
Contact Mobile Phone +63 9261868016  
 

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Welcome to

The COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM

A MULTIFACETED, COMPREHENSIVE and INNOVATIVE Program, a truly responsive program in today’s complex driven environment with the provision of VOCATIONAL or OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS and EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT as well as VALUES FORMATION for STRONG FAITH in GOD and SELF-WORTH as HUMAN BEING with DIGNITY. 

 

Program and Project Rationale

 

The prevailing condition of the educational system in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) paints a vivid picture that it lags behind in various aspects compared to the other administrative regions in the Philippines.  

To a large extent, the underpinning grounds to this appalling state of education can be pointed mainly to the adverse and complex effects of the armed conflict that beset the region compounded by the rising criminalities and lawlessness, high incidence of poverty, poor delivery of and access to basic social services and the inadequate education budget from the national coffer.  

Devastating and cruel, indeed, were the effects of the armed conflict, particularly the all-out wars of 2000 and 2003, to the educational system in the ARMM as well as to the delivery of the basic social services. The already dilapidated physical facilities and infrastructures were further demolished, number of drop outs continuously increases and the enrolment rates in both elementary and secondary levels went down tremendously due to the armed conflict.  

It must be underlined that these wars had also rendered multifaceted traumatic experiences to the children, pupils, students of the ARMM, a focus and effective psychosocial intervention and debriefing program, therefore, must be instituted to address the said reality.  

It has been said that the key to socio-economic development that would eventually diminish the abject poverty and underdevelopment as well as the armed conflict in the war-ravaged autonomous region is through educational advancement at all levels. But how can that be achieved if the aforementioned underpinning reasons to the appalling state of education in the ARMM will not be squarely responded to immediately by concerned institutions?  

In the recent study of education in Mindanao, ARMM registered lowest in basic and functional literacy, secondary participation rate, elementary cohort survival rate and highest elementary drop-out rate. The basic and functional literacy rate is lowest at 61%. The secondary participation rate is also lowest at 39.19%. The elementary cohort survival is also modest at 33.96%. The elementary drop out at its meanest at 23.86%. (DepEd-ARMM Publication: Leading a New Beginning)  

This dismal state of education in ARMM is equally true in most parts of its component provinces - Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi and Basilan. In fact, 21% of its 2,445 Barangays are without schools, which deprive the constituency of access to education.  

Hence, this COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM project proposal aims to provide access to basic education among the children, functional literacy, and livelihood for the parents and community-based education and learning facilities. It is an initiative that vigorously complements the overall thrusts and efforts to strengthen the basic education program of the government and particularly in the ARMM.

 

Program and Project Summary

 

The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program initiates a low-cost housing project in the targeted area at Barangay Tamontaka 5, Cotabato City for its homeless member-beneficiaries and classified as low-income earners; the poor who were affected and displaced because of the armed conflict, living with extended relatives and informal settlers residing in the highly congested poor areas which could hardly be called a homes in this city.

 

 

The CHT Program will also provide OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING for unskilled individuals and members of the family in order to enhance and to develop their capabilities and skills to augment their family income as well as BASIC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES outside of the formal school for less in education and school-age children and LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COUNSELING and VALUES FORMATION for strong faith in God and individual's self-worth and dignity as human being and can be productive members of the society.

 

 

This proposal budget in the amount of PhP 1,704,000.00 for Non-Housing and Administrative Components of the CHT Program will be sourced out in the form of solicitation for program’s assistance to generous and interested Donors, who are willing to help us for these charitable activities. We anticipate the said assistance from the Donors which will be an ESSENTIAL and PRIMARY part of our program that permits our efforts in the field of SKILLS TRAINING, EDUCATION, SOCIAL SERVICES, COUNSELING and VALUES FORMATION activities.

 

 

The program which we ENVISION is MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for strong faith in God and individual's  self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment).

 

 

The organization has already identified and acquired a 2-hectare land area for the housing site as a component of this program through our initiatives and voluntary contributions.

 

 

Although, we have generous friends within the community support our programs, however due to the overall cumulative effect of the economy, we have been unable to secure the essential funding for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.

 

 

With this reality, I decided to open another window of opportunities to seek any amount as voluntary contribution and support for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program from a generous friend like you with heart for charitable activities. I strongly believed when your 1 Peso is added to my 1 Peso and added to our 1 Peso would be a big deal for the success of CHT Programs and Projects, and thus is a part for the realization of program's Vision, Mission and Goals.

 

 

The housing component will provide aid not only to those families requiring assisted housing but also to those families who are direct beneficiaries of non-housing component of the CHT program. We anticipate that percentage of the units will be set aside for Learning Centers, Values Formation Center, Multi-Purpose Center and Office.

 

Project Developmental Goals

 

The project envisions the empowerment of women, men and out-of-school youths with knowledge and vocational and technical skills to enable them to develop and gain control over their lives; assists women become active participants in the mainstream of economic activities.  

The project aims to provide non-formal education programs on adult functional literacy and vocational and technological skills with integrated entrepreneurship modules among the 384 target beneficiaries.

 

Project General Objectives

 

Generally, the project aims to provide support to a wider access to community-based education and learning center especially for the pre-school and underprivileged sectors that would serve as impetus towards social development.  

Project Specific Objectives

 

1. To promote community-based peace education, raise awareness for peace and build capacity of community in developing and managing peace promotion.

 

2. To conduct non-formal education services through the provision of basic functional literacy and continuing education/integrated adult education programs in order to improve the quality of life of the learners, serving 384 learners.

 

  • at least women, men and out-of-school youth with ages from 15-above for literacy:

 

  • at least women, men and out-of-school youth who desire to become economically productive with ages from 18-years and above for entrepreneurship livelihood/vocational skills training:

 

3. To advocate, promote active participation and involvement of participants and stakeholders in the conduct of non-formal education in the community and for ownership and sustainability.

 

4. To build/construct one (1) Community Literacy Resource Center/Multi-Purpose Center.

 

5. To provide Early Childhood Care and development program, especially basic education, that would encourage increase in the enrollment and cohort survival rates in the elementary levels particularly but not confined to the target beneficiaries.

 

6. To enable the out of school youth pass the accreditation exams for secondary and tertiary education.

 

Expected Outputs/Benefits

 

The project will:

 

  • Directly benefit the women by acquiring knowledge and applying learned skills, developing capacity to and as such encourage and motivate them to be strong and help them develop a positive outlook in life. By enlightening them that women have an important role in the development of the community and society as a whole, they will be motivated to take part and be involved in community and enterprise development activities, particularly in the area of social mobilization and advocacy.

 

  • Furthermore, men have also a vital role to play in supporting women and acknowledging their worth as human being with dignity and self-worth.

 

  • The innovative aspects of the project ensure replication potential at the community level.
 

Inter-agency partnership. The project will promote inter-agency complementation in the effective and smooth implementation of the CHT Program Project on livelihood skills component. Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Education, Department of Social Welfare and Development are the agencies that will provide the technical expertise and support to the project.  

Community Involvement. The project gives a premium to community support, participation and involvement. It is a pre-condition that the community must be primed to be the major stakeholder and owner of the project.  

Women Counseling & Life Skills. As we recognize women's experiences and travails that they have encountered in life particularly those directly affected by the armed conflict. As such, proper counseling and motivation need to be provided to these women for them to better cope with their business as well as cope with the present demand of the society.  

Peace and Development. The project will be a responsive mechanism of promoting the peace agenda and peace process in the said project site.  

Project Approach and Design Strategy Framework

A framework of tri-sectoral partnership will need to be developed in support of COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT. Partnership building through networking and advocacy amongst the Local Government Unit (LGU), People's Organizations and the business sector will be encouraged and promoted for ownership and sustainability. Target beneficiaries participation and involvement result in mobilizing resources, sharing responsibilities and establishing a sense of ownership to sustain community development activities.  

In line with the Government's policy of supporting poverty alleviation through empowering the capacities of local population, the Project will be (i) be community-based; (ii) employ existing interagency coordinative mechanisms; and (iii) effectively utilized existing line structure of government agencies; particularly DepEd to provide appropriate support to the community-based NFE programs.  COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT would enable to expand non-formal basic educational services to the poor and marginalized communities by harnessing the considerable existing capacities and experiences of organization resources to ensure relevance, appropriateness and sustainability of the non-formal education services.  

The project would advocate and promote the forging of alliances and partnerships between and amongst community organizations, its Local Government Unit (LGU) and National Government Agencies (NGAs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).  

Project Beneficiaries and Stakeholders

By raising the educational achievements of the poor illiterate population, the project will contribute to poverty alleviation through the inculcation of self-reliance and self-help capacities enabling them to participate in productive activities manage their limited resources better and reduce their dependencies on welfare and dole-outs. Increased functional literacy among parents would also improve school retention rate among their children and ensure that their children remain in school and attain higher levels of learning. In general terms, children whose parents have at least a basic education tend to do better in school than children whose parents have had little or no education. Studies have also shown a high correlation on literacy and education to lower birth rates, improve family health care, lower infant and maternal mortality rates.  

The identification of target groups (learners) will be undertaken by means of a literacy mapping and the interagency consultative process. Those to be selected are the areas with high literacy rates, low participation rate in schools and high incidence of poverty. The priority groups are: (i) victims of armed conflict who are illiterate and functionally illiterate Out-of-School Youths (OSYs) and adults; and (ii) functionally literate OSYs and adults who have expressed interest to pursue continuing education programs (CEPs) or into vocational entrepreneurship trainings. Priority consideration should be given to girls and women from the poorest households and members of cultural minority groups.  

These beneficiaries will be identified, recruited and selected with the assistance of Local Government Unit (LGU) and Coordinators in the areas.  

Identified areas and their leaders will be tasked to assist in the recruitment, selection of target beneficiary groups. The barangay unit, together with other leaders (social and religious) will be organized and trained as COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT community-based partners.  

Their involvement in the planning, recruitment and selection of learners/trainees, and the monitoring and evaluation process will develop in them a "sense of partnership and ownership" on the project. This is also a significant step towards community involvement and ultimately in the sustainability of the project in the grassroots level.  

Description of Project Components

 

The program which we ENVISION is MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment).  

The COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT will have five (5) inter-related and mutually supportive components. The Assisted Housing will provide aid to those families requiring assisted housing. The Basic Functional Literacy will provide intensive community-based literacy educational services for illiterate Out-of-School Youths (OSYs) and adults. The Continuing Education component will be addressing the needs of functionally literate OSY and adult learners for life-long learning. The Housing component will provide aid not only to those families requiring assisted housing but also to those families who are direct beneficiaries of non-housing component of the CHT program. We anticipate that percentage of the units will be set aside for school buildings, values formation center, multi-purpose center and office.  

The Capacity Building Component will strengthen the institutional capacity of community-based partners and the Local Government Unit (LGU) to design, manage, monitor and evaluate Non-Formal Education (NFE) projects in the respective community. The fourth component is an Infrastructure Component, Community Literacy Resource Center/Multi-Purpose Center. The Center will function as the venue for education and various development activities for the community. The CLRC/MPC will be set-up and managed by the organization and target beneficiaries to provide various learning opportunities for community development, aimed at improving their quality of life and the promotion for peace initiatives and for social cohesion. The fifth component is the Values Formation aimed for a strong faith in God and self-worth individuals with dignity as human being and can be productive members of the society.

 

Project Management

 

The project will be managed by the KKPAI-CHT Program who will be responsible for the project's over-all administrative and financial management. As the lead proponent, it will be accountable to the donor for ensuring all aid objectives are achieved and for managing the aid in accordance with the donor's regulations, procedures and guidelines within a period. It will have its full-time staff to handle and manage the daily implementation of the project.  

It is expected that a maximum of 30 learners will cover both one literacy and skills classes. The criteria for the recruitment and selection of target beneficiaries will be a collaborative effort of the target sectors and Local Government Unit (LGU) in the area with KKPAI-CHT Program.  

It is expected that in the implementation of the project, community involvement and participation will be important strategy.  

The training shall employ a combination of the teacher-centered and learner-centered method of teaching. Personalized instruction shall be the best strategy combined with actual demonstration and return demonstration, workshops, brainstorming, peer teaching, lecture, and discussions. Assignments and projects may be required to complete the course. Results shall be closely monitored to determine the quality and standard of each out puts. Skill Instructors and Literacy Facilitators and the Project Officer shall monitor the progress of the learners at the same time the learners as well as the Project Officer shall evaluate the performance of their Skill Instructors and Literacy Facilitators at every training batch.  

A Committee shall be (involving stakeholders) established with meetings held every quarterly in order to address problem areas and improve the implementation of the project. Among its functions will be deliberations and approval of major concerns arising in the area. They shall also serve as a feedback mechanism in implementation of the project.  

Harnessing coordination and collaboration with the stakeholders will be another prime goal of the project for project continuation. The goal of sustainability shall be linked with the involvement and increasing roles and powers of the stakeholders in human resources development. The advocacy works shall be closely monitored with stakeholders who shall be considered as the resources of the project. This is particularly true to the basic entrepreneurship skills training.

 

Project Structure

  The project will be administered and managed by the following core staff:  

KKPAI-CHT Program represented by its Chief Executive Officer will be the organization who will be officially relating to Donor. It shall be responsible for the over-all implementation of the COMMUNITY HOUSING AND TRAINING PROGRAM'S PROJECT and shall be responsible in coordinating, monitoring and assessing the Project in accordance with the prescribed and agreed conditions. He will directly be accountable in providing reports incorporating the highlights, problems encountered and progress of the project.  

The Project Officer will be responsible for the operations and management of the CHT Program's Project components. Will monitor and evaluate the activities ensure the smooth implementation of the project. Will coordinate with stakeholders in the establishments of partnership. Will report directly and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer regarding the status and progress of the project. Specifically, the project officer shall provide technical support and assistance in the area of literacy implementation and skills development, if and when necessary.  

The Finance Officer will be responsible for budgeting, funds control, bookkeeping and preparation of financial statements and expenditure. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer. Specifically, he/she will establish a sound financial management system, installing appropriate internal control procedures, fund control and accountability as well as ensure timely submission of financial reports. In addition, be responsible for the preparation of the general accounting records, preparation of and forms and other financial documents. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Chief Executive Officer.  

The Coordinator will be hired and assigned to manage the day-to-day activities. He will report and be accountable to the Project officer. Will assist in monitoring and evaluating the activities ensure the smooth implementation of the project.  

The Secretary will be responsible for all incoming and outgoing communications. She will be responsible for the encoding of reports prepared by the Chief Executive Officer and the Project Officer. As well as documenting all proceedings of the committee and other related activities.  

The Bookkeeper will be responsible for the preparation of the general accounting records, preparation of vouchers and forms and other financial documents. He/She will directly report and be accountable to the Finance Officer.  

Community-based Literacy Facilitators / Skills Trainers will be responsible for the conduct of the literacy classes and vocational skills training classes and in the implementation of various basic and advanced literacy and entrepreneurship courses. They will be responsible in monitoring the performance of the trainees. They will directly report and be accountable to the Project Officer.  

Supervising Engineer will be hired as part-time engineer and shall be responsible for the construction of the Community Literacy Resource Center particularly the supervision of all unskilled laborers. He/She shall be responsible for ensuring that construction pace follows the timetable and materials used are all in accordance with the agreed specifications. Attendance of workers/laborers as counterpart of the community will be checked.  

The Community shall provide the necessary counterpart in the duration of Community Literacy Resource Center construction.  

Project Monitoring and Evaluation

 

OPERATIONS: Regular and periodic reporting (both internal and external) will be conducted to present the status of the project. A system of generating reports shall be established by the CHT Program to ensure objective and timely report.  

Several strategies and approaches in gathering information and ensuring the quality of their learning will be instituted. The planning, committee meetings, evaluation meetings, on-the-spot visits, periodic monitoring of the project as well as the partners' implementation shall be conducted. In addition to assessing the accomplishment of project objectives, impact indicators will be monitored. These indicators include assessing whether the learner has maintained basic literacy, became economically, self-reliant and self-confident, and a contributing member of the community.  

Areas regularly monitored and evaluated include: project administration, training activities, learning sessions, facilitators' progress and performance, learners/trainees' progress and performance, community support and involvement, financial management and accountability.  

On-the-spot ocular investigations and audit visits are regularly conducted. Periodic Monitoring and Evaluation are also conducted as follows: a. formative evaluation; b. mid-term evaluation; and c. final or summative evaluation.  

FINANCE: To ensure that the systems are being adhered by the partners, a regular monitoring visit, audit and examination of vouchers, books of accounts, and other financial records and reports will be made. Recommendations for improvement will be made after the audit visit. Results of the financial audit will be promptly reported during the project coordination meetings.      

Project Sustainability

 

Aside from the project sustainability activities, mentioned earlier, the project will work on the following sustainability issues:

 

1.      On the project actors - by continuously building their motivational and technical capabilities so that they could withstand the problems and challenges of the operation until the goals and objectives have been achieved.

 

2.      On the project activities - a) system, methodologies and instruments - to make the planned systems and methodologies practical, educational and user-friendly so that they could be utilized by ordinary citizens as tools for change even after the end of the project. b) showcase projects - to make them successful by exhausting all support mechanisms so that they could be considered as showcase examples worthy of replication and as models for advocacy.

 

3.      On the impact areas - to make sure that the project experiences are properly documented, packaged,  and dissemination to policy makers and implementers in the education and training agencies using appropriate media tools and influencing strategies.

 

While the direct beneficiary reach appears to be small, the KKPAI-CHT Program envisions being able to eventually replicate the CHT Program scheme through other target areas. The project will contribute trained human resources to a region where there is a high need for their skills.

 

KKPAI-CHT Program's ROLE

 

The Kambantangan Sa Kapagongaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated through the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program is instrumental in establishing and providing programs for housing, social services, education and skills training for its members.  

It is a primary source of essential services and administers comprehensive programs involving social services, health, education, occupational and assisted housing.  

It provides fundamental social services involving counseling and values formation in a variety of social, health and family related programs.

 

Vision

 

To establish a community  with strong faith in God, in human dignity  or self-worth and hopes for a brighter future  through the intervention of assisted housing, educational, occupational or livelihood skills and social services.

 

Mission

 

The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program’s organization focused in three (3) major areas;

 

1. It primarily provides a range of direct hands-on member services including but not limited to counselling and referral on assisted housing, social security, skills training, educational services and healthcare;

 

2. It fundamentally directed towards planning and development with an emphasis on housing development, livelihood skills training and organizational development; and

 

3. It importantly relates to community and advocates for issues important to the community and its members.

 

Goals

  1. To provide assisted housing project to its members;  

2. To provide educational services outside of the formal school for the members to have a pre knowledge and skills in understanding the expected belief for their life;  

3. To be able to deliver the true message and expectations of the organization and to apply in their life;  

4. To provide the family members with occupational skills to augment the family income; and  

5. To be able to have a better understanding on the CHT program and resources and to take a model in leading and abiding the expected standard norms in the community.  

Philosophy of Operation

 

1. KNOW AND BELIEVE THAT GOD IS IN-CHARGE: Make intentions and leave the rest to Him. Allow him to operate through you. Obey Him because He is our gracious Master and we are His grateful servants.  

2. START SMALL AND BUILD UPON IT: The strongest house is where the foundation is placed one layer at a time allowing for the first to solidify before the second is laid on. This is how the organization operates. Although it makes for a slow process, nonetheless the product is sounder.

 

3. THE POWER OF SINCERE INITIATIVE: We believe in the power of sincere initiative and then when 3-5 sincere hearts unite on the same purpose, tremendous change for the good can be brought in a society.

 

Programs and Services

 

  1. HOUSING
  2. EDUCATION
  3. VALUES FORMATION
  4. TECHNICAL and LIVELIHOOD SKILLS TRAINING ASSISTANCE
  5. LEADERSHIP and COUNSELING
  6. COOPERATIVE
  7. Facilitating Relief Assistance
 

 

DONATION APPEAL

For

Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs & Projects

Let's Respond to the Call of the Needy

 

Dear Friends:

 

Greetings of PEACE.

 

I am one of the Government Secondary School Teachers of the Department of Education-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DepEd-ARMM) and Chief Executive Officer of Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated (KKPAI) registered as Non-Stock, Non-Profit Non-Government Organization with special program on Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program.  

Before I joined government service in 2007, I have been College Professor of Cotabato City State Polytechnic College, Mindanao Capitol College, Headstart College of Criminology, SKIA Foundation College,  School Principal of SKI Academy, Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association and BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated.  

What prompted me interested to be of service to the needs and concerns of the poor sector of our society particularly those real victims of man-made calamity especially of armed conflict mostly innocent children, youth and their families, is out of my first hand experience and feelings during my stay in areas mostly populated by this sector particularly in conflict affected areas in some part of North Cotabato, Maguindanao and in some barangays in this city where they are forced to evacuate and lived with their extended relatives.  

During my stay in these areas, I witnessed the condition of the poor, the internally displaced families which can be described as BACKWARD, CONFUSED, DEPRESSED and MARGINALIZED. Their situation is wanting and challenging. THIS IS THE CONTEXT WHEREBY I DECIDED TO DEVOTE MY EXTRA TIMES, EFFORTS AND INITIATIVES TO THE BEST I COULD IN THE SERVICE TO THE NEEDS OF THE POOR SECTOR OF THE SOCIETY.  

I observed that the children are the most vulnerable and affected sector of the society. I saw the need to develop a program that will respond to the needs of the children, particularly on the aspect of education, housing for the homeless families who are the victims and collateral damage of armed conflict, livelihood/occupational skills training for the unskilled families and youth, values formation for individual’s self-worth as human beings.  

At the outset, I conceptualized the program and invited some friends for a table discussion and eventually supported the program after they have understood the very objective of the program for the poor and since these friends are benevolent with hearts for the conditions of the poor.

 

The Emergence of Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program  

So the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program emerged. The CHT Program can simply be described as  MULTIFACETED (means having a variety of different and important features or elements of the program, from sheltering, educational services, occupational/livelihood skills training and social services including counseling and values formation for self-worth as human being), COMPREHENSIVE (means something that includes everything that is needed or relevant, programs that are complementary to each other in a typical community from educational, economic to social services) and INNOVATIVE (something that is new and original, programs’ approaches which are more innovative than those of their competitions, like; approaches to educational services outside of the formal school, It introduces changes and new ideas which are believed to be effective in today’s complex driven environment). No other organizations in the area offer such programs.  

I am appealing with prayers and hope that we could be an instruments in finding resource support opportunities for these programs and projects that could help our low-income earner families particularly the poorest of the poor, less in education, unskilled, living with extended relatives and no permanent house, affected and displaced by armed conflict between the government troops and rebel groups in neighboring areas.  

Until now, we have generous individuals, friends within the community support our programs, however due to the overall cumulative effect of the economy, we have been unable to secure the essential funding for the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.  

With this reality, I opened this window of opportunities to seek any amount as voluntary contribution and support for the COMMUNITY HOUSING and TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM from a generous friend like you with heart for charitable activities. I strongly believed when your 1 Peso is added to my 1 Peso and added to our 1 Peso would be a big deal for the successful implementation of CHT Programs and Projects, and could HELP, SAVE and GIVE A NEW HOPES for the needy sectors of our society.  

With our collective efforts and your generous donations towards the Projects of the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program a truly responsive programs for the needy sectors of our society under the today’s complex driven environment, we could HELP the dignity and self-worth of poor homeless families, SAVE the children and youth from the threats of exploitation, and GIVE A NEW HOPES for children and their families through education and other social services.  

With prayers and hopes, we could be an instruments in bridging an opportunities to the needy and less privilege sectors of the society under the today’s complex driven environment.   Sincerely yours,  

AYUB M. SARIUL, Chief Executive Officer

E-mail: chtprogram@yahoo.com or chtprogram@gmail.com

Mobile Nos. +63 9261868016

Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocate, Incorporated

Bagua-II, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines

 

On behalf of the beneficiaries we serve, thank you for your time and considerations. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs and projects or how your donations help us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

 

For donation, you can deposit to this Bank Account:

 

Account Name  AYUB MALANG SARIUL
Account Number 5107727274
Bank’s Name LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES 
Branch  Magallanes Branch
Address Don Rofino Alonzo Street, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
Contact Mobile Phone +63 9261868016  
 

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OBJECTIVES:

 
1.

To  be able to find windows of opportunities for resource support particularly to fund the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects that  benefitted by the homeless members and their families and classified as low-income earners; the poor who were affected and displaced because of the armed conflict between the government troops and rebel groups, living with extended relatives and informal settlers residing in the highly congested poor areas which could hardly be called a homes in this city, unskilled individuals, less in education and school-age children from conflict affected areas and most economically, occupationally and educationally disadvantaged; and

2. 

To be an instruments in bridging the assistance between the DONOR and the target BENEFICIARIES of the Community Housing and Training (CHT) Programs and Projects.

 

BASIC INFORMATION

 
Name  Ayub Malang Sariul
Address Poblacion 1, Cotabato City 9600, Philppines
Mobile No +63 9261868016
E-mail   chtprogram@yahoo.com
Profession Teacher
  Volunteer Interest Area  
Directly Serving People, Disaster Relief, Education, Homeless and Housing and Social Services

 

Summary Description:

 

I am one of the Government Secondary School Teachers of the Department of Education-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DepEd-ARMM) and Chief Executive Officer of Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocates, Incorporated (KKPAI) registered as Non-Stock, Non-Profit Non-Government Organization with special program on COMMUNITY HOUSING and TRAINING (CHT) PROGRAM.

 

Before I joined government service in 2007, I have been College Professor of Cotabato City State Polytechnic College, Mindanao Capitol College, Headstart College of Criminology, SKIA Foundation College, School Principal of SKI Academy, Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association and BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated.

 

Experience:

 

College Professor

School Principal

Co-Founder and Coordinator of UKPU Urban Poor Association

BOD’s Chairman and CEO KK Peace Advocates, Incorporated

 

EDUCATION

 
Degree Graduated Bachelor of Secondary Education-Major in English (BSEd-ENGLISH)
College/University NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY
Post Graduates Master of Arts in Education-Major in School Administration and Supervision (M.A.Ed-School Administration and Supervision)
College/University COTABATO CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

 

Skills and Expertise:

 
Teaching, Community Organizing and Development and Management

 

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE AND CAUSES:

 
Organizer and Facilitator

Co-Founder and Coordinator of Urban Poor Association particularly UKPU Urban Poor Association run by women sector because of felt needs experience living as informal settlers.  I acted as an organizer and coordinator to form an association.

 

Causes To Care About:

 
Beneficial for Community Development and the people

 

Organization To Support:

 

Community and Grassroots organizations that alleviate human dignity and poverty.

 

On behalf of the beneficiaries we serve, thank you for your time and considerations. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs and projects or how your donations help us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

 

AYUB M. SARIUL, Chief Executive Officer
Kambantangan Sa Kapagungaya Peace Advocate, Incorporated
Bagua-II, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
E-mail: chtprogram@yahoo.com or chtprogram@gmail.com
Mobile Nos. +63 9261868016
http://kkpai-chtprogram.github.io/hello-world/
 

For donation, you can deposit to this Bank Account:

 
Account Name  AYUB MALANG SARIUL
Account Number 5107727274
Bank’s Name LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES 
Branch  Magallanes Branch
Address Don Rofino Alonzo Street, Cotabato City 9600, Philippines
Contact Mobile Phone +63 9261868016  
 

For accounting and acknowledgement purposes of any donation, you may fill-up this information:

   
Name of the Donor:
Amount Donated:
Address:
Contact Number:
Date:
 

Mission Statement: The Community Housing and Training (CHT) Program’s organization focused in three (3) major areas;  

1.      It primarily provides a range of direct hands-on member services including but not limited to counselling and referral on assisted housing, social security, skills training, educational services and healthcare;  

2.     It fundamentally directed towards planning and development with an emphasis on housing development, livelihood skills training and organizational development; and  

3.      It importantly relates to community and advocates for issues important to the community and its members.    

Organizational Statement of Faith


  1. Know & believe that God is in-charge: Make intentions and leave the rest to Him. Allow him to operate through you. Obey Him because He is our gracious Master and we are His grateful servants.
  1. Start small and build upon it: The strongest house is where the foundation is placed one layer at a time allowing for the first to solidify before the second is laid on. This is how the organization operates. Although it makes for a slow process, nonetheless the product is sounder.
  1. The power of sincere initiative: We believe in the power of sincere initiative and then when 3-5 sincere hearts unite on the same purpose, tremendous change for the good can be brought in a society.


Denominational Affiliations


Evangelical


Local Affiliation



Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes