The CBMS Network Office of the De La Salle University - Angelo King Institute (DLSU-AKI) in collaboration with the Angelo King Foundation Inc. (AKFI) is calling for project proposals from local government units and non-government organizations in Eastern Visayas, Philippines, for projects that would address poverty situation based on CBMS data.
Proposals should focus on specific project interventions and programs that will address poverty situation in the locality identified through CBMS data generated by the LGU.
At least 6 projects will be awarded, with a grant of (maximum) P 300,000 each.
- Proponent must be a local government unit located in Eastern Visayas, Philippines, or a duly recognized non-government organization (in partnership with an LGU) based in the locality (in Eastern Visayas) where the project will be implemented
- Proponent LGU (or partner LGU of the NGO) should have completed at least one round of CBMS implementation
- Proponent must be able to provide empirical evidence of the need, plan of use, target beneficiaries, and vital contribution of the proposed project primarily using CBMS data/poverty maps, and may be supported by other existing data sources from the locality.
- Proposed local project or intervention must be congruent with the validated CBMS census results in the locality where the project will be implemented
- Proposal must contain a clear description of concrete steps/activities and timeline for evaluation and monitoring of the outcome of the project using CBMS.
- The proposed project must be completed within 12 months from the approval of the project grant.
- Proposal must include a concrete plan of action, timeline for its implementation, and specific mechanisms to be put in place by the LGU (or the NGO in partnership with the LGU) to ensure sustainability of the proposed program initiative in the locality.
- A formal Letter of Application together with the complete project proposal in the prescribed format (refer to the CBMS-Dr. Angelo King Award grant application guidelines) supported by the LGU’s latest CBMS-data on core indicators of poverty will be required to clarify eligibility.
- If proponent is an LGU- letter of application, signed by the local chief executive of the proponent LGU, with 5 hard (printed) copies, and 1 (CD) copy of complete project proposal, bank information details (for reference in fund transfer in case of approval of the project, and other supporting data that may aid in the evaluation of the proposal should be sent via e-mail, courier or can be hand-delivered through:
CBMS-Dr. Angelo King Award
- If proponent is an NGO-letter of application, signed by the head of the NGO and the local chief executive of the partner LGU, with 5 hard (printed) copies, and 1 (CD) copy of complete project proposal, bank information details (for reference in fund transfer in case of approval of the project, certified true copy of a valid certificate of registration with complete profile of the NGO, its list of current officers and list of major/current projects, and other supporting data that may aid in the evaluation of the proposal should be sent via e-mail, courier or can be hand-delivered through the same address above.
- Deadline for Submission of Complete Project Proposals - June 30, 2014
- Grants Awarded – July 2014
Please refer to the GRANT APPLICATION GUIDELINES for details on the recommended format of the project proposal and other related-requirements.
CBMS Network Office
DLSU Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies
10th Floor Angelo King International Center Estrada Cor. Arellano Ave., Malate, Manila, Philippines 1004
Tel: (02) 5262067 or at (02) 2305100 loc. 2461