Approximately 300 participants from different Local Government Units (LGUs) across the region joined the orientation on the Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation of LGUs Infrastructure Projects (RLIP) held today, August 09, 2022, via Zoom online platform.
Spearheaded by DILG R2’s Regional Project Development and Management Unit (RPDMU), the orientation aims to assist LGUs in enrolling their infrastructure projects under the RLIP in the SubayBAYAN platform by introducing new methods of project monitoring and evaluation.
In her opening message, RPDMU Chief, Ma. Karen C. Tanjusay, said that the RLIP program will focus on impact assessment with results-based monitoring and evaluation.
“We can now easily access and track results and impact of your projects with the development goals, national and international development plans,” she said.
“Aside from the impact assessment, the RLIP will also highlight the use of the Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) and in measuring LGU performances,” she added.
Other technical staff and personnel from DILG – OPDS and RPDMU also served as resource speakers and discussed topics on background of RLIP, guidelines, roles and responsibilities, its implementation process, RPMES forms, its logical framework and project brief and enrollment and encoding of LGU infrastructure projects.
A workshop was also facilitated to prepare all LGUs in the submission of the necessary requirements under the program.
The RLIP is an innovation of the national government following the Mandanas –Garcia Supreme Court ruling and the issuance of Executive Order 138 implementing the fully devolved system of governance.
DILG, in collaboration with the Local Project Monitoring Committees of LGUs and Civil Service Organizations, will oversee the RLIP implementation of LGUs and will ensure its adoption in measuring local governance performance.# (DILG R2 – RPDMU/ KCDS)