1. RPMES aims to:

  • provide a system for the integration, coordination, and linkage of all monitoring and evaluation activities in the region;
  • provide up-to-date and relevant information on the overall status of project implementation at each level for timely program/project adjustments, planning, and budget allocation;
  • identify problems/issues which impede project implementation for remedial actions at the regional and sub-regional levels and to elevate unresolved issues and problems at the appropriate offices and institutions at the national level for resolution and final action;
  • institutionalize problem-solving session as a mechanism to address issues and concerns related to the implementation of programs and projects;
  • provide information on lessons learned in project implementation for planning, budgeting, and implementation of future similar projects;
  • assess and ascertain whether development programs and projects implemented are delivering results in support of regional development goals and plans as well as national development thrusts and priorities; and,
  • provide a venue for greater participation of civil society organizations (CSOs) in public sector management

2. What is NPMC?

– The National Project Monitoring Committee (NPMC), which consists of undersecretary
level members, coordinates and oversees the implementation of RPMES. NPMC is
comprised of the NEDA, DBM, Department of the Interior and Local Government
(DILG), the Office of the President-Presidential Management Staff (OP-PMS). The
NEDA-Monitoring and Evaluation Staff (NEDA-MES) serves as Secretariat of NPMC.

3. What is RPMC?

– The Regional of the Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) consists of director
level members of NEDA, DBM, DILG, and OP-PMS. It also includes a private sector
representative (PSR) or an NGO. The respective NEDA Regional Office (NRO) serves
as Chair and Secretariat of the RPMC.