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Table 3 4. Application of KPA in Analyzing Project Success 43 43 This section is informed by the results of two case study workshops the Case Study Presentation: SRRE and KPA Framework Validation Workshop attended by officers of PEF and CCLFI.Philippines held last February 8-9, 2008 in Quezon City; and the Case Study Presentation to Partners attended by partner institutions, and officers of PEF and CCLFI.Philippines held last February 19-20, 2008 in Mandaluyong City.
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Knowledge for Poverty Alleviation (KPA) Framework - Talisayon and Suministrado Page 17 of 22 An initial application of the KPA framework to six of the most successful projects funded by the PEF provides some very interesting insights on the usefulness of this new framework in explaining project success (see Table 4). These cases assessed various community assets along different phases of the project: 1. Pre-project in terms of capital and vulnerabilities existent in the community even before the project; 2. During project implementation in terms of actual capital used, leveraged, and liabilities addressed; and 3. Post-project in terms of capital or benefits gained. Diagram 5. KPA Framework Table 4. PEF Projects Analyzed Using KPA Project Title Location Implementing Organization (Partner Institution) 1. Tubig Para sa Barangay at Mga Impormal na Grupo (TUBIG) (Water for the Barangay and Informal Groups) Mandaluyong City and Pasig City (Luzon) Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development, Inc. (FEDI) 2. Uplifting and Normalizing Malnourished Children of Lamut, Ifugao through Macro and Micro Nutrient Supplementation and Advocacy Lamut, Ifugao Province (Luzon Island) Lamut Women’s Organization (LAWO) 3. Health Plus Social Franchising Antique Province (Visayas Islands) Antique Federation of NGOs (AFON) 4. Bridge Financing for Education in Northern Samar Mondragon, Northern Samar Province (Visayas Islands) Sacred Heart Institute for Transformative Education (SHIFT) Foundation 5. Micro-Livelihood Support Program Clarin, Misamis Occidental Gata Daku Multi-Purpose
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Knowledge for Poverty Alleviation (KPA) Framework - Talisayon and Suministrado Page 18 of 22 (MLSP) and Expanded Micro-Livelihood Support Program Province (Mindanao Island) Cooperative (GDMPC) 6. Integrated Health Initiatives for Two Indigenous People (IP) Communities Barangay Payapag, Bacauag and Barangay Gacepan, Sison both in Surigao del Norte Province (Mindanao Island) Surigao del Norte NGO Coalition for Development (SUNGCOD) The examination of the pre-project picture provided indications of how the project was able to succeed, as it made explicit the different assets that were used, and the different liabilities or vulnerabilities that needed to be addressed for project success. This first step provided insights on the cases. As the officer-in-charge of Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development (FEDI) stated during the presentation of the cases to partner institutions, ― I would like to affirm the KPA as a good tool and framework very akin to resource mapping done before the project. (It is) clearly stating many resources in various forms that are often overlooked, particularly cultural capital".
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