Development begins with sound planning, and sound planning starts with an updated and comprehensive database bind by strong partnership and linkages between and among stakeholders. This is what the team of the Provincial Planning and Development Office commits for the present and future generations of Aurorans.

ARMIDA C. PALISPIS, PH.D., EN.P.
PROVINCIAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Vision

PPDO is envisioned to be a dynamic planning arm, repository of all database and provider of sustainable and inclusive blueprints of development in the Provincial Government of Aurora with committed, innovative, and competent development planners.

Mission

The PPDO shall promote participatory planning, coordination, and strong partnership with all stakeholders in order to prepare, integrate, analyze, plans, programs, projects, and activities for the benefits of the people of Aurora.


Organizational Chart


Citizen’s Charter


LIST AND BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS, PROGRAMS, AND SERVICES

Program Components

1.0 Information Management

It involves generation, processing, storage and retrieval of sectoral planning information. Through the conduct of continuing studies and researches, this office builds up new
information for planning and programming. Feedback information collected through monitoring and evaluation of the impacts of the program and project implementation
constitutes a major component of the planning database.

2.0 Comprehensive and Multi-sectoral Planning

It involves preparation, updating or revision of DRR-CCA Enhanced PDPFP, PDIP, and AIP.

3.0 Investment Programming

This involves culling out programs and projects from the different sectoral plans of the DRR-CCA Enhanced PDPFP which are of local ownership and responsibility to be include
in the three-year LDIP and the AIP. This also generates appropriate measures for attracting private investments into the locality for the local sanggunian to enact.

4.0 Promotion Public Participation

This requires effective skills in organizing and coordinating public consultations, seminars, workshops and other modes of involving the different sectors of society in all stages
of the planning process.

5.0 Secretariat Services to the LDC

This involves preparation of resolutions, keeping minutes and records, setting agenda and related matters pertaining to the activities of the Provincial Development Council
(PDC).

6.0 Quality Assurance

This requires that the plans, programs and projects of the provincial government are compliant with national standards, issuances and guidelines.

Program Sustainability

1.0 Based on the functions of the OPPDC, there is a need to change the structure from the usual internal organization set-up by adding sectoral coordination and people participation
division which will be manned by multi-sectoral coordinators.

2.0 Institutionalization of community based monitoring system and monitoring and evaluation system.

3.0 Continuous capability building program.


Notable Accomplishments

Comprehensive Multi-sectoral Planning

  • Formulated the DRR-CCA Enhanced PDPFP, facilitated the annual updating of PDIP and the preparation of Annual Investment Progam. Provided technical assistance to local
    government unit for the formulation and review of various development plans.

Gender and Development

  • OPPDC is mandated to set up and maintain the GAD database to serve as basis for gender-responsive planning, programming and policy formulation.

Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)

  • CBMS is a program that helps provide data on development planning. It involves data gathering and processing, data validation and poverty mappi ng. Data gathered is
    consolidated in each municipality and is used in targeting beneficiaries of different programs and projects in the province.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and evaluation is conducted to ensure that the programs, projects and activities of the province are implemented properly. Monitoring team visits project location and program beneficiaries to validate and evaluate its status. The results were submitted by the Provincial Project Monitoring Committee or to Office of the Governor
for its appropriate action and incorporated to OPPDC- RSMED monitoring reports.

Monitoring of Projects, Monitoring and Evaluation training and PPMC meetings


Provincial Council for the Protection of Children (PCPC)

  • As council member of the PCPC, the OPPDC is tasked to institutionalize Child-Friendly Governance at the 8 municipalities of Aurora and implement the United Nation Millennium Development Goal for Children.

1st Full Provincial Development Council Meeting


2nd Full Provincial Development Council Meeting


2nd Round Dialogue between the Provincial Government of Aurora – its 8 municipalities, and DENR regarding the Land Area


Aurora Province Local Public Transport Route Plan Committee Meeting July 16, 2020

Aurora Province Local Public Transport Plan (APLPTRP) Committee Meeting held on July 16, 2020 at the SP Session Hall

Agenda:

  1. Presentation of Executive Order No. 20209-00008, Series of 2020 (Creation of the APLPTRP Committee and its Technical Working Group))
  2. Basic Information on the Formulation of the Local Public Transport Route Plan
  3. Presentation of the Action Plan

Aurora Province Local Public Transport Route Plan Technical Working Group Meeting – July 22, 2020

Aurora Province Local Public Transport Route Plan Technical Working Group Meeting held on July 22, 2020 at the Governor’s Conference Room

Agenda:

Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 2020-100

Basic Information on the Formulation of the Local Public Transport Route Plan

Preparation of Data

Action Planning


Aurora Province Local Public Transport Route Plan – August 28, 2020

Aurora Province Local Public Transport Route Plan (APLPTRP) Technical Working Group (TWG) Meeting conducted on August 28, 2020 at the Governor’s Conference Room.

Agenda:

Presentation of Preliminary Local Transportation Survey Results

Schedule of APLPTRP Formulation Planning-Workshop

TWG Tasking


Comprehensive Development Plan for Children Workshop August 26-27, 2020

Comprehensive Development Plan for Children CY 2021 – 2030

a strategic document whose goal is to create an appropriate environment for children in accordance with the principles set forth in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC) 2017-2022, Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP), Regional Development Plan and Provincial Development Physical Framework Plan (PDPFP)

defines short-term, mid-term and long-term measures and priority actions for the period 2021-2030 in order to create an environment that stimulates the development of children and youth and creates conditions for their active participation in the life and work of the local community.

is not a goal in itself, but an instrument for exercising the rights of the child and improving the position of children in local communities. It is an instrument by means of which it is possible to ensure an equal treatment of all children, and it pays special attention to discovering marginalised groups and ensuring the respect of their rights.

CDP focused on the four categories of child rights

Survival Rights

  • Life;
  • Health and health care; and
  • Adequate standard of living

Development Rights

  • Education;
  • Develop physical and mental abilities to the fullest; and
  • Protection from performing work.
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Protection Rights

  • Name- a nationality to protect his/her identity
  • Family Care;
  • Protection or treatment;
  • Benefit from social security; and
  • Treatment to recovery and integration

Participation Rights

  • Express views;
  • Religion;
  • Peaceful assembly;
  • Privacy;
  • Information; and
  • Participation in Cultural life and arts

Day 1

Day 2

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Dialogue between the Provincial Government of Aurora and Department of Environment and Natural Resources on Land Area held on July 9, 2020


DRR-CCA Enhanced Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan Public Hearing with Civil Society Organizations and National Government Agencies held last June 11, 2020


Joint Provincial Land Use Committee (PLUC)

Joint Provincial Land Use Committee (PLUC) and Comprehensive Development Plan – Technical Assessment Committee (CDP – TAC) Meeting re:

 Presentation of Assessment Result of the CY 2019 – 2024

Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) and CY 2019 – 2027

Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of the Municipality of Casiguran.


Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan Public Hearing in DICADI held on June 16-17, 2020


Provincial Development Council (PDC) Executive Committee Meeting held on August 5, 2020 at the Governor’s Conference Room


Provincial Development Council Sectoral meeting held on May 2020 at the Governor’s Conference Room


SP Committee Hearing on the Approval and Adoption of the Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan held on July 7, 2020 at the SP Session Hall


Comprehensive Development Plan for Children TWG meeting – August 18, 2020


Contact Information

Contact NumbersSmart – 0908-881-2983
Globe – 0917-106-1159
Email Addressppdo.auroraprov@gmail.com
Social Mediahttps://www.facebook.com/PPDO-Aurora-110867907116731