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Development and Reform Agenda

CODE-NGO initiated this Development Reform Agenda which crafts a development and reform framework and identifies a few vital actions that the next administration should implement in its first three years in office (2010-13) in order to decisively move the country towards democratization and development. In selecting these actions, emphasis was placed in the positions and concerns of the basic sectors. Also, these proposed actions address the most urgent concerns that affect most, if not all, sectors of our society and lay the foundation for other much needed reforms.

This Development and Reform Agenda is organized along four basic pillars - (a) Ensuring Empowerment and Democratization, (b) Reducing Poverty and Inequality, (c) Building Peace and (d) Promoting a Sustainable Economy.

This Development and Reform Agenda is the product of a 6-month process (May – October 2009) that included discussions by a 7-person multi-sectoral committee and by a focus group composed of leaders of national PO/NGO networks and other civil society organizations (CSOs) and by seven (7) regional multi-sectoral consultations. It was also discussed and finalized at a national conference on October 2-3, 2009 in Manila.  To date, 80 organizations have signed up to declare support for this Development and Reform Agenda and will join CODE-NGO in its endeavor to have the policy recommendations contained in the document be adopted by the next Administration. 

We invite other organizations to support this Development and Reform Agenda 2010-13. E-mail the CODE-NGO Secretariat if your organization wishes to be a signatory to this agenda. 

 

  Development and Reform Agenda 2010-13
 
  Download the FULL VERSION here
   Download the PRIMER here
  

SIGNATORY ORGANIZATIONS: 

1.Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO)
2.Association of Foundations (AF)
3.Central Visayas Network of NGOs and POs (CenVISNET)
4.Coalition for Bicol Development NGOs (CBD)
5.Cordillera Network of NGOs & POs (CORDNET)
6.Eastern Visayas Network of NGOs and POs (EVNet)
7.National Council on Social Development (NCSD)
8.Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies (PHILSSA)
9.Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP)
10.Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas(PHILDHRRA)
11.Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks (MINCODE)
12.National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO)
13.Western Visayas Network of Social Development NGOs (WEVNet)
14.Abak na Balen, Inc. - Pampanga
15.Agri-Aqua Development Coalition – MINDANAO (AADC-Mindanao)
16.Akbayan Citizens’ Action Party (AKBAYAN)
17.Aktibong Nagsusulong ng Alternatibong Kultura, Inc. (Anak-Teatro, Inc)
18.Alay sa Kapatid Foundation,Inc. (AKAP) - Baguio
19.Alejandro Go Beltran Development Foundation (AGB) - Cagayan de Oro City
20.Alyansa Tigil Mina (ATM)
21.Al-Mujadilah Development Foundation (AMDF) - Lanao del Sur
22.Ateneo School of Government
23.Badiangan Multi-Sectoral Initiatives (BMI) - Iloilo
24.Benguet Network of Development Oriented POs, Inc.
25.Black and White Movement
26.Bugasong Multi-purpose Cooperative (Bugasong MPC) –Antique
27.Center for Social Concerns & Development (CESCOD) - Zamboanga del Norte
28.Change Politics Movement (CPM)
29.Christian Youth for Development (CYD) - Occidental Mindoro
30.Citizens’ Movement for a Federal Philippines (CMFP)
31.Community Organizers Multiversity (COM)
32.Coordinating Council of Muslim Organization in the Philippines , Inc. (CCMOP) - Cotabato City
33.Creative Training Research And Consultancy Services For Asia Pacific (CTRC) – Baguio
34.Eastern Samar Social Development Organization
35.Family of God’s Little Children-Foundation Center, Inc. (FGLC-FCI) - Leyte
36.Foundation for Growth and Organizational Upliftment of People, Inc. (GROUP) - Misamis Oriental
37.Hagdan sa Pag-uswag Foundation, Inc. (HSPFI) - Misamis Oriental
38.Ifugao Global Entrepreneurs Multi-Purpose Cooperative (IGEMCO)
39.Integrated Resource Development for Tri-People (IRDT) - Zamboanga
40.Kaagapay – Occidental Mindoro
41.KAANIB Foundation, Inc (KFI) – Bukidnon
42.Kabinnulig Para Panagdur-as Iti Abra (KAPPIA Network Inc) – Abra
43.Kahublagan sang Panimalay Foundation, Inc. - Iloilo
44.Kalipunan ng mga Kababaihan sa Sablayan, Kanlurang Mindoro (KAKASA KAMI) - Occidental Mindoro
45.Koalisyon ng Katutubo at Samahan ng Pilipinas, Inc. (KASAPI)
46.Lakas ng Kababaihan Magsasaka sa Kanayunan (LAKAMBINI)
47.Liwawa ed Asinan Foundation, Inc. (LEAF)
48.Luna Rural Development Center and Tour Farm (The Farm) - Nueva Ecija
49.Mindoreno Movement for Good Governance (GO-GO MINDORO) – Oriental Mindoro
50.Molo Transport for Unity (MTU) - Iloilo
51.Muslim-Christian Agency for Rural Development, Inc (MUCAARD, Inc.) - Cagayan de Oro
52.Nagkaykaysa nga Mannalon ken Mangngalap ti Sudipen (NAGMASUDI) - La Union
53.National Citizen’s Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL)
54.NGOs for Fisheries Reform (NFR)
55.Nutrilinc - Pampanga
56.Pagbigyan Naman, Inc. - Occidental Mindoro
57.Pagtambayayong Foundation, Inc (PFI) – Cebu
58.Pagtinabangay Foundation, Inc. (PFI) - Leyte
59.Pambansang Kilusan ng mga Samahang Magsasaka (PAKISAMA)
60.Pambansang Kilusan nga mga Samahang Magsasaka-Mindanao (PAKISAMA-Mindanao)
61.Pambansang Kilusan ng mga Samahang Magsasaka-Northern Central Luzon (PAKISAMA-NCL/Norte) - Benguet
62.Participatory Research Organization of Communities and Education towards Struggle for Self-Reliance – Panay, Inc. (PROCESS-Panay)
63.Participatory Research Organization of Communities and Education towards Struggle for Self-Reliance – Bohol, Inc. (PROCESS-Bohol)
64.People’s Alternative Studies Center for Research and Education in Social Development, Inc. (PASCRES)
65.Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA)
66.PILIPINA, Inc.
67.Procurement Watch, Inc. (PWI)
68.Samahan ng Magsasaka sa Kapuluan (SAMASAKA)
69.Samar Island Biodiversity Foundation, Inc.
70.Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan (SLB)
71.South Cotabato Foundation, Inc. (SCFI)
72.South Pacific Integrated Area Development Foundation, Inc (SPIADFI) - Leyte
73.Surigao Sur Organization for Human Development, Inc. (SSOFHDEV, Inc)
74.Technology Outreach and Community Help foundation, Inc (TOUCH) - Cagayan de Oro
75.Ugnayan Lakas ng mga Apektadong Pamilya sa Baybaying Ilog (ULAP)
76.United Christian Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative (UCFMC) - La Union
77.Villa Jeepney Owners and Drivers Association (VILJODRAS) – Iloilo
78.Visayas Cooperative Development Center (VICTO)
79.Zamboanga Coalition of Development NGOs, Inc. (ZAMCODE) - Zamboanga City
80.Western Samar Development Foundation, Inc (WESADEF, INC)

 

 

 

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