NRO2 and RPMC to make M & E more effective through the RPMES

The National Economic and Development Authority RO2 (NR02) and the Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) of the RDC2 successfully conducted a 2-day Orientation-Workshop on the Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) on 10-11 March 2016 at Patio Lorenzo, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City.

This is in recognition of the importance of the RPMES as an institutional mechanism on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of all development programs and projects implemented nationwide.

Forty-two participants from RPMC members/institutions particularly  from the  Provincial Local Government Units of Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino and City Government of Tuguegarao; Department of Budget Management; and Private Sector Representatives; including other Regional Line Agencies as project  implementers and NEDA R02 technical staff actively participated in the said activity. Likewise, representatives from the local Project Monitoring Committees (PMCs) of the City of Tuguegarao, Santiago and Ilagan attended the activity.

Mr. Wilfredo M. de Perio, the Chief of the Transportation and Infrastructure Sector Division (TISD) of the Monitoring and Evaluation Staff of NEDA Central Office, and his staff acted as Resource Persons of the orientation-workshop. He successfully shared the highlights of the revised RPMES Guidelines which cover its objectives, scope and coverage, institutional arrangements including the new reportorial requirement.

He patiently briefed participants on how to properly fill-up the RPMES forms/reports including sharing his knowledge and expertise on Logical Framework Approach (LogFrame).

This sparked the interest of the participants who suggested for the conduct of a more comprehensive training/workshop on the use of LogFrame for project proposal preparation.

Ferdinand P. Tumaliuan, OIC-Assistant Regional Director of NR02, in his closing remarks appreciated the active involvement and support of the participants to the successfully conducted activity. He also thanked them for being committed partners in monitoring and evaluating programs and projects implemented in the region.

With more than two decades since the adoption of the RPMES Operational Guidelines, the revised guidelines is expected to appropriately respond to the challenges in undertaking M & E and to take advantage of the opportunities if brings in terms of making project implementation more effective and efficient at the local level.


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