Last updated: 24/3/2022

Basic Information

Country
Geographic area

Programme Details

Programme objectives

The programme aims to contribute to poverty reduction and job generation by providing transitional emergency employment and promoting livelihood and entrepreneurship.

References
Republic of the Philippines. 2017. Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of the Department of Labor and Employment Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP). Republic of the Philippines, <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018
Programme components
(i) Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) Integrated Livelihood or Kabuhayan Programme (ii) Emergency Employment or Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) Programme
References
Republic of the Philippines. 2017. Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of the Department of Labor and Employment Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP). Republic of the Philippines, <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018
Start date
2009
References
ILO. 2015. DOLE’s Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program. Geneva: International Labour Office. <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Coverage
Kabuhayan component: 81,659 beneficiaries (from January to September 2016); 84,491 in 2015 Tupad component: 325,729 beneficiaries (from January to September 2016); 54,310 in 2015
References
DOLE. 2016. EMPLOYMENT - OUTCOME 3 - Strengthened Social Protection for Vulnerable Workers. <http://ro7.dole.gov.ph/fndr/mis/files/2017-program-services.pdf>. Accessed 24 July 2018.
Programme expenditure
Kabuhayan component: allocation of PHP980.057 million and utilisation of PHP425.416 million (from January to September 2016); allocation of PHP522 million and utilisation of PHP497 million in 2015; Tupad component: allocation of PHP3.101 billion and utilisation of PHP1.929 billion (from January to September 2016). PHP1,182,715,000 have been allocated to this programme in 2018. A total of PHP 2,303,820,000 has been allocated to the programme in 2018.
References
DOLE. 2016. EMPLOYMENT - OUTCOME 3 - Strengthened Social Protection for Vulnerable Workers. <http://ro7.dole.gov.ph/fndr/mis/files/2017-program-services.pdf>. Accessed 24 July 2018. Republic of the Philippines. 2018. National Expenditure Program, Volume III. Manila: Republic of the Philippines. <https://www.dbm.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/NEP2018/NEP%202018-VOLUME%20III.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.

Targeting and eligiblity

Targeting methods
Categorical Targeting
Self-Targeting
Targeted areas
Nationwide.
References
ILO. 2015. DOLE’s Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program. Geneva: International Labour Office. <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018
Target groups
Unemployed, underemployed, seasonal and displaced workers.
References
DOLE. n.d. DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP). Department of Labor and Employment. <http://bwsc.dole.gov.ph/files/dileep/dileep-5.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Eligibility criteria
Kabuhayan component: informal workers are identified via the National Household Targeting System (NHTS); other vulnerable workers are identified as self-employed workers who are unable to earn sufficient income; marginalised and landless farmers; unpaid family workers; parents of child labourers; low-wage and seasonal workers; and displaced disaster-affected workers TUPAD component: those who are unemployed or under-employed; those who were laid-off or terminated as a result of permanent closure of an establishment; and disaster-affected self-employed people who have lost their livelihoods.
References
DOLE. n.d. DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP). Department of Labor and Employment. <http://bwsc.dole.gov.ph/files/dileep/dileep-5.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018. DOLE. 2016. EMPLOYMENT - OUTCOME 3 - Strengthened Social Protection for Vulnerable Workers. <http://ro7.dole.gov.ph/fndr/mis/files/2017-program-services.pdf>. Accessed 24 July 2018.

Coverage and other information

Type of benefits
Cash and training.
Amount of benefits
Kabuhayan component: up to PHP10,000.00 for individual livelihood projects or collective enterprises; up to PHP15,000.00 for promoting growth and viability for existing livelihood undertakings; up to PHP10,000.00 for re-establishing disaster-affected livelihoods; access to social insurance. Kabuhayan component: up to PHP10,000.00 for individual livelihood projects or collective enterprises; up to PHP15,000.00 for promoting growth and viability for existing livelihood undertakings; up to PHP10,000.00 for re-establishing disaster-affected livelihoods; access to social insurance
Payment/delivery frequency
Kabuhayan component: local implementing partners should fully liquidate project funds within 60 days upon acceptance of assistance by beneficiaries Tupad component: wages should be paid upon being claimed by the beneficiaries
References
Republic of the Philippines. 2017. Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of the Department of Labor and Employment Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP). Republic of the Philippines, <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018
Benefit delivery mechanism
Kabuhayan component: benefits are delivered by local implementing partners Tupad component: money remittance service
References
Republic of the Philippines. 2017. Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of the Department of Labor and Employment Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP). Republic of the Philippines, <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018
Benefit recipients
Beneficiaries themselves.
Minimum and maximum duration of benefits (if any)
Tupad component: minimum 10 days, maximum 30 days per year.
References
DOLE. 2016. EMPLOYMENT - OUTCOME 3 - Strengthened Social Protection for Vulnerable Workers. <http://ro7.dole.gov.ph/fndr/mis/files/2017-program-services.pdf>. Accessed 24 July 2018.
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
The programme is monitored by the Community-based Employment Program (CBEP) Online Monitoring and Reporting System. The Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns (BWSC) manages and supervises the programme’s implementation at the regional level. Specific programme reporting guidelines are detailed in the programme's implementation guidelines.
References
ILO. 2015. DOLE’s Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program. Geneva: International Labour Office. <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018. Republic of the Philippines. 2017. Revised Guidelines in the Implementation of the Department of Labor and Employment Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP). Republic of the Philippines, <http://www.social-protection.org/gimi/gess/RessourcePDF.action?ressource.ressourceId=51497>. Accessed 16 May 2018