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Project Proposal 1

The application of the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) in determining areas where to provide donations


New Proposal / Existing Projects

(NEW) The CBMS is an existing tool, however, no identified migrant organization has actually piloted the use of it.


Idea / Actionable?

[rate 1-5]

4

 

Outcome Output

Who are the beneficiaries

Processes

Who are the implementers? How will this be implemented? What are the specific steps to be undertaken?


Input

Who are the proponents? What are their contributions?

People

Filipino communities

Application of the CBMS system in determining areas of development to maximize its impact.

LGUs, Filipinos overseas, non- government organizations, CBMS Network


Ideas

 Interviews

Data Collection

LGUs, CBMS Network


Funds

 

 

Stake holders, private and public sector


Things/
Materials

 Migrant organization, NGOs, and others


Comprehennsive list of areas / recipients, needs, etc.

LGUs, CBMS Network

 

Project Proposal 2

Having an information repository of the activities of overseas Filipino donor groups abroad, covering various countries


New Proposal / Existing Projects

(EXISTING) The CFO has a database of migrant donor organizations, The Institute for Migration and Development Issues has the Philippine Diaspora Philanthropy Portal has a database of over-500 Filipino migrant donor groups-covering over-40 countries. Philippine embassies have lists of Filipino organizations in their countries jurisdiction.


Idea / Actionable?

[rate 1-5]

5

 

Outcome Output

Who are the beneficiaries

Processes

Who are the implementers? How will this be implemented? What are the specific steps to be undertaken?


Input

Who are the proponents? What are their contributions?

People

Staff if CFO-Project Management Division and IMDI

Searching and collection information of the names of the migrant donor groups and mapping out the countries where they are


Summit participants submitting their groups’ names

Ideas

 Interviews

Data Collection

CFO and Institute for migration and Development Issues


Funds

 From the humble data gathering funds of the Institute

 The Institute for Migration and Development Issues

Stakeholders, private and public sector


Things/
Materials

 Names and website addresses of Filipino Migrant organizations said to be doing philanthropic work for the Philippines


Names of migrant donor groups (Summit Participants list, search engines of Google and Facebook)

CFO and Institute for Migration and Development Issues

 

Project Proposal 3

Encouraging migrant donor groups from various countries to partner themselves and to direct their collaborative philanthropy to achieving development / poverty alleviation goals


New Proposal / Existing Projects

(NEW) Identify organizations from other countries (e.g. from the Middle East, Africa, Caribbean, Oceana) which intended to partner with some migrant donor groups and help direct philanthropic projects to achieving a developmental goal or end (e.g. livelihood, projects related to the Millennium Development Goals, supporting the 600 poorest municipalities of the Philippines)


Idea / Actionable?

[rate 1-5]

3

 

Outcome Output

Who are the beneficiaries

Processes

Who are the implementers? How will this be implemented? What are the specific steps to be undertaken?


Input

Who are the proponents? What are their contributions?

People

Filipino organizations abroad / communities

Sharing of experiences, objectives, and strategies to explore more possibilities

Migrant donor organizations abroad and some identified nonprofit organizations in the Philippines (e.g. the Institute for Migration and Development Issues, Atikha, etc.)


Ideas

Primary beneficiaries of the endeavor are the migrant organizations

Promoting a public-private-and-diaspora initiative triggered by the collaboration of migrant groups from, say, 2 or 3 countries


CFO, Migrant Organizations, nonprofit in the Philippines

Funds

 Small meetings- including recreation- between and among migrant donor groups to meet up with each other and share stories of giving

CFO, Migrant Organizations, nonprofit in the Philippines

Things/
Materials

A venue in the Philippines for the sharing of experiences, and for recreation (e.g. music lounge) so that bonding between and among each other is created


CFO, Migrant Organizations, nonprofit in the Philippines

 

Project Proposal 4

A module on how to run (multiple-country) migrant organizations and improving their capacities in helping the Philippines


New Proposal / Existing Projects

(NEW) This module intends to share techniques on how to run migrant organizations, how to raise funds for Philippine projects, how to learn from each others’ experiences, how to write project proposals, how to network with donors, and how to sustain migrant volunteers’ commitments


Idea / Actionable?

[rate 1-5]

4

 

Outcome Output

Who are the beneficiaries

Processes

Who are the implementers? How will this be implemented? What are the specific steps to be undertaken?


Input

Who are the proponents? What are their contributions?

People

CFO, the Institute for Migration and Development Issues, and other Philippine NGOs, and some migrant organizations willing to volunteer and share their experiences

Writing user-friendly tops on running migrant groups, and sharing experiences from migrant organizations themselves – of various types: hometown associations, alumni groups, foundations/charities, church groups, regional organizations, etc.

CFO identified nonprofit organizations in the Philippines (e.g. the Institute for Migration and Development Issues, Atikha, Economic Resource Center for Overseas Filipinos, etc.


Ideas

Collection of stories and recruiting volunteer writers from the diaspora

CFO, Migrant Organizations, nonprofit in the Philippines


Funds

CFO through the unrestricted volunteer from the diaspora

Assemble a pool of writers and collect as many experiences from multiple countries

CFO, Migrant Organizations, nonprofit in the Philippines


Things/
Materials

Primary beneficiaries of the endeacor are the migrant organizations


 

Project Proposal 5

Proposal to have more friendly donor-beneficiary donation process


New Proposal / Existing Projects

(EXISTING) Revision or reduction of the requirements and procedures of the donation process


Idea / Actionable?

[rate 1-5]

3

 

Outcome Output

Who are the beneficiaries

Processes

Who are the implementers? How will this be implemented? What are the specific steps to be undertaken?


Input

Who are the proponents? What are their contributions?

People

Filipino beneficiaries / Filipino communities

Reduce or shorten the donation requirements and procedures (licensing, permit, period of processing, etc)

CFO, NGOs in the Philippines, donors, other concerned agencies


Ideas

A more convenient and sustainable donation process

Evaluate and improve the donation process

Experiences of past donors, problems encountered

Funds

More efficient transfer of assistance

Donors

Things/
Materials

More donations for the beneficiaries


 

 

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