Objectifs du programme

The programme aims to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty by encouraging households to invest in their children's health and education.

Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Nom du programme précédent (le cas échéant)
Ahon Pamilyang Pilipino (pilot programme)
Date de début
2007
Références
ADB. 2015. The Design, Expansion, and Impact of Pantawid’, Asian Development Bank. <https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/linked-documents/43407-014-sd-01.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Composantes du programme
In 2012, the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Programme (MCCT) was launched to reach homeless street families (HSF), indigenous peoples (IPs) in geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas (GIDA) and families in need of special protection (FNSP, including those affected by disasters), thus addressing some limitations of the regular conditional cash transfer programme. This intervention differs in terms of its targeting, conditionalities, benefits and modes of implementation. Free health insurance and access to primary health care as well as participation in the Sustainable Livelihood Programme (SLP) are also available to Pantawid beneficiaries. SLP provides micro-enterprise development and employment facilitation activities.
Références
Smith, Gabrielle, Zoë Scott, Emmanuel Luna and Tanya Lone. 2017. Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems Research: Case study—Post-Haiyan Cash Transfers in the Philippines. Oxford: Oxford Policy Management. <https://www.opml.co.uk/files/Publications/a0408-shock-responsive-social-protection-systems/opm-case-study-2017-srsp-philippines.pdf?noredirect=1>. Accessed 26 July 2018. DSWD. n.d. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MCCT Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://caraga.dswd.gov.ph/download/mcct-faq-2-v6.pdf>. Accessed 26 July 2018. World Bank. 2017. Completion Report for the Technical Assistance “Impact evaluation of the Philippines CCT Program”. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/490961479823019354/pdf/AUS8365-REVISED-PUBLIC-NOTE-NEW-TITLE-AND-CHANGE-IT-P150532-Final-Output-Report.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. Ballesteros Marife. et al. 2016. “Assessment of the Sustainable Livelihood Program – Employment Facilitation Process”. Discussion Paper Series No. 2016-13. Quezon City: Philippine Institute for Development Studies. <https://dirp3.pids.gov.ph/websitecms/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidsdps1613.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Conditionnalités (le cas échéant)
Education: children from 3 to 5 years old must be enrolled in pre-school or day care. Children from 6 to 18 years old must be enrolled in school and keep an attendance rate of 85 per cent of school days per month Health: children below 5 years old must attend monthly visits to health facilities; children 6 to 14 years old must take deworming medicine 2 times per year; pregnant women must attend trimestral health checks during pregnancy and have a delivery attended by a skilled health worker; the benefit recipient or spouse must attend monthly family development sessions (FDS). MCCT participant families are required to send their children to school either in formal or by alternative delivery mode of learning; seek health care services in accordance with Department of Health (DOH) protocols; and attend Family Development Sessions.
Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. DSWD. n.d. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MCCT Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://caraga.dswd.gov.ph/download/mcct-faq-2-v6.pdf>. Accessed 26 July 2018.
Contribution type and amount
 
Méthodes de ciblage
Categorical Targeting
Régions ciblées
Nationwide
Groupes cibles
Children and pregnant women.
Critère d'éligibilité
Beneficiaries are poor households with pregnant women and/or children up to 18 years old. They are selected through the National Household Targeting System (NHTS—Listahanan) [2] The MCCT covers households with pregnant women and/or children aged 0 to 18 years old who are not registered in the NHTS, but who are poor and vulnerable.
Références
DSWD. n.d. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MCCT Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://caraga.dswd.gov.ph/download/mcct-faq-2-v6.pdf>. Accessed 26 July 2018.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type de bénéfices
Cash, training and services.
Montant des bénéfices
The total amount varies according to household composition and compliance with the programme’s conditionalities: Education monthly grant (provided 10 months per year up to a maximum of 3 children per household): PHP300 for children 3 to 14 years old and PHP500 for children of 15 to 18 years of age Health monthly grant (provided every month): PHP500.00 per household Rice subsidy: as of 2017, beneficiary households are entitled to an additional cash grant serving as rice subsidy in the amount of PHP7,200 per year or PHP600 per month per household Microfinance services and training are available to participants of the SLP programme. MCCT beneficiaries are also eligible for shelter assistance and specific incentives in terms of access to jobs and livelihood opportunities or community income-generating activities.
Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. World Bank. 2017. Completion Report for the Technical Assistance “Impact evaluation of the Philippines CCT Program”. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/490961479823019354/pdf/AUS8365-REVISED-PUBLIC-NOTE-NEW-TITLE-AND-CHANGE-IT-P150532-Final-Output-Report.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. Ballesteros Marife. et al. 2016. “Assessment of the Sustainable Livelihood Program – Employment Facilitation Process”. Discussion Paper Series No. 2016-13. Quezon City: Philippine Institute for Development Studies. <https://dirp3.pids.gov.ph/websitecms/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidsdps1613.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. DSWD. 2017. “Memorandum Circular No. 06, Series of 2017. Guidelines on the Provision of Rice Subsidy to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Households”. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://www.dswd.gov.ph/issuances/MCs/MC_2017-006.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. Personal communication. DSWD. n.d. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MCCT Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://caraga.dswd.gov.ph/download/mcct-faq-2-v6.pdf>. Accessed 26 July 2018.
Fréquence de paiement/livraison
Payments are made every two months.
Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. Smith, Gabrielle, Zoë Scott, Emmanuel Luna and Tanya Lone. 2017. Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems Research: Case study—Post-Haiyan Cash Transfers in the Philippines. Oxford: Oxford Policy Management. <https://www.opml.co.uk/files/Publications/a0408-shock-responsive-social-protection-systems/opm-case-study-2017-srsp-philippines.pdf?noredirect=1>. Accessed 26 July 2018.
Mécanisme de versement des bénéfices
Where feasible, beneficiaries receive a Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) debit card, which they can use in ATM machines. In areas not covered by this banking system, off-site payments are made by LBP. Globe GCash Remit (a mobile payment provider), local rural banks and cooperatives are also able to process the payments.
Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Bénéficiaires de prestations
The recipient is usually the mother in the family.
Références
World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Durée minimale et maximale des prestations (le cas échéant)
Regular CCT: Children are eligible up to their 18th birthday [2] MCCT: Participation lasts from six months to one year, provided that eligibility conditions remain the same as well as the compliance with conditionalities. For FNSP and IP in GIDA, participation lasts for two years. Specific criteria and requirements for mainstreaming MCCT beneficiaries into the regular conditional cash transfer programme include the enumeration of household into the NHTS system with a poor status within the same eligibility criteria as the regular programme, and a case-by-case analysis of their capacity to compy with the programme’s conditionalities.
Références
DSWD. n.d. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program MCCT Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program: Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Social Welfare and Development. <https://caraga.dswd.gov.ph/download/mcct-faq-2-v6.pdf>. Accessed 26 July 2018. DSWD. 2018. “Memorandum Circular No. 02, Series of 2018. Revised Mainstreaming Guidelines of the Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT) Beneficiaries to the Regular Conditional Cash Transfer (RCCT) Program. <https://www.dswd.gov.ph/issuances/MCs/MC_2018-002.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Couverture
Regular CCT: 4.4 million households (2018) MCCT: 235,289 beneficiaries (2018)
Références
DBM. 2018. 2018 People’s Budget. Department of Budget and Management website. <https://www.dbm.gov.ph/index.php/budget-documents/2018/2018-people-s-budget/2018-people-s-budget>. Accessed 24 July 2018.
Dépenses du programme
0.4 per cent of GDP (2016). The programme has a budget of PHP 89,408,303,000 for 2018.
Références
World Bank. 2017. Completion Report for the Technical Assistance “Impact evaluation of the Philippines CCT Program”. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/490961479823019354/pdf/AUS8365-REVISED-PUBLIC-NOTE-NEW-TITLE-AND-CHANGE-IT-P150532-Final-Output-Report.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 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.
Institutions et organismes impliqués
The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is the main implementer. A National Advisory Committee (NAC), composed of the Departments of Health (DOH), Education (DepEd), Interior and Local Government (DILG) and Local Government Units (LGUs), among others, acts as the highest policy-making body for Pantawid. The World Bank is currently providing funds for the government under the Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II, which should contribute to this programme. The programme has received technical assistance from other development partners, including the ADB and UNICEF, who provides technical assistance for the implementation of the MCCT.
Références
ADB. 2015. The Design, Expansion, and Impact of Pantawid’, Asian Development Bank. <https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/linked-documents/43407-014-sd-01.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. World Bank. 2016. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the Amount of US$ 450.00 million to the Republic of the Philippines for a Social Welfare Development and Reform Project II. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/508261467988930630/pdf/PAD1321-PAD-P153744-R2016-0007-1-Box394849B-OUO-9.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018. Personal communication. UNICEF. n.d. Action. UNICEF website. <https://www.unicef.org/philippines/policy_9244.html>. Accessed 18 May 2018.
Mécanismes et fréquence de suivi et évaluation
Partner government agencies contribute to the compliance monitoring process. Rigorous impact evaluations have also been conducted and regular monitoring and ‘spot checks’ are carried out by third parties. The programme also relies on an advanced management and information system.
Références
World Bank. 2014. “Grievance Redress System of the Conditional Cash Transfer Program in the Philippines”. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/111391468325445074/pdf/901780BRI0P14600Philippines0Final02.pdf>. Accessed 18 May 2018).
Legal Framework
 
MIS
 
Stakeholder
Population Group