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Rehabilitation and Recovery Program) for the reconstruction, rehabilitation, repair, aid, relief, and other works or services, including pre-disaster activities, related to natural or man-made calamities, epidemics, crises such as armed conflicts and terrorist activities, and other catastrophes in the current or preceding two years PhP6.5 B Quick Response Fund (QRF) Department of Social Welfare and Development PhP1.3 B Achieving a Just and Lasting Peace Strengthening Disaster Resiliency Flood Control PhP114.3 billion for the construction and/or repair of flood control and drainage systems under the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Some of the major projects under the DPWH are: PhP2.8 B - Flood Risk Management Project for Cagayan de Oro River PhP2.6 B - Ambal-Simuay River and Rio Grande de Mindanao River Flood Control Projects PhP2.2 B - Metro Manila Flood Management Promoting peace and security in Mindanao continues to be a priority of the government. For 2019, PhP32.3 billion will be channeled to the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) to fund various development programs in the Region. ARMM Infrastructure Program PhP10.1 B ARMM-Bangsamoro Regional Inclusive Development with Growth Equity (BRIDGE) ARMM-Health, Education, Livelihood, Peace, and Synergy (HELPS) PhP 1.5 B PhP 2.7 B To instill a culture of peace, the government continues to enforce development interventions for areas prone to and affected by armed conflict through the PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn (PAMANA) Program. PAMANA Program Community Support Department of Social Welfare and Development Health Insurance Premiums Philippine Health Insurance Corporation Support for Indigenous Peoples National Commission on Indigenous Peoples PhP302 M PhP 61 M PhP 23 M PhP386 M* *The FY 2019 Budget for the PAMANA Program is lodged under the different implementing agencies.
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22 2019 PEOPLE’S PROPOSED BUDGET T he Duterte Administration recognizes the fundamental right of every Filipino to receive quality education in a facility conducive to learning and equipped with sufficient learning materials. By 2030, along with other nations, the Philippines hopes to ensure that everyone will have free, equitable, and relevant primary, secondary, tertiary, and technical-vocational education. To reach this goal, the Administration continues to give the Education Sector the highest budget allocation, with PhP659.3 billion for 2019. Basic Educational Facilities Manpower Learning Materials PhP34.7 billion for the: Construction of 4,110 classrooms and 1,320 computer, technical-vocational, and science laboratories Procurement of 43,200 school seats Repair and rehabilitation of 33,672 classrooms PhP29.8 billion for the: • Creation of 10,000 teaching positions • Filling of 105,529 teaching positions PhP3.1 billion for the: • Creation of 455 non-teaching positions • Filling of 20,076 non-teaching positions PhP10.2 billion for the procurement of: • 8.9 million textbooks and instructional materials • 3,827 computer packages • 2,371 Science and Mathematics equipment • 3,547 Technical-Vocational equipment PhP32.1 billion for government
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