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Listening and responding to the needs of vulnerable sectors in BARMM in Support to Bangsamoro Transition
(March 28, 2022). With the on-going transition in the Bangsamoro, how is change happening and being felt at the ground?…Written on Monday, 28 March 2022 03:56 Read 178 times
Helping improve connection, from Island provinces to BARMM in support to Bangsamoro Transition
March 24, 2022. In this era of internet connectivity during the pandemic and of the development in the on-going transition…Written on Thursday, 24 March 2022 15:44 Read 178 times
BARMM- BIO, BLIO and BDA working together to improve communication strategies in support to Bangsamoro Transition
March 23, 2022. Managing expectations, sustaining trust, confidence and peace to help improve public service delivery and communicate change in…Written on Wednesday, 23 March 2022 03:28 Read 127 times
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Building the capacity of the Bangsamoro was among the primary intention for BDA establishment. It was understood that to be able to perform its mandate to lead, manage and determine relief and rehabilitation in the CAAM, the BDA shall build its capacities as institution.
M&E / MIS
Data will be the basis to identify any interventions and to help improve quality of life of the Bangsamoro: Improving quality is the first and foremost among the reasons why BDA established and strengthened its data management.
The Bangsamoro Development Plan
The BDP is anchored in, and guided by, the Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro (FAB) and its Annexes and the need to sustain the momentum of the peace process by providing strategic directions for the delivery and upgrade of basic services in Bangsamoro communities during and beyond the transition period.
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BDA- Transforming camps into peaceful and progressive communities
people benefited development projects and community training towards the goal community empowerment and development for confidence building
villages reached across the CAAM to bring development project aimed to improve access to basic services
community sub-projects constructed in remote areas that aimed to help address the priority needs of the people
people’s organization formed and underwent various trainings for the management, operation and sustainability of their group
of Bangsamoro professionals and volunteers trained on fields of project planning, management, monitoring, reporting, data management, community mobilizing and organizing, administrative and financial management