2017 Annual Technical Report

Jun 18, 2019 | DSWD Annual Technical Report

In 2017, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) once more advanced as the social welfare arm of the national government by expanding and improving its operations, particularly through programs,
projects and services for the poor, the vulnerable and the disadvantaged aimed at having a large-scale impact on the quality of life. Remarkably, the DSWD reemerged as an agency extending “maagap at mapagkalingang
serbisyo,” “serbisyong walang puwang sa katiwalian” and “patas na pagtrato sa komunidad” anchored – for the most part – in its new vision and mission1.

Along the lines of such development, the DSWD adopted five (5) organizational outcomes starting 2017, consistent with the new Program Expenditure Classification (PrExC) introduced by the Department of Budget and
Management as the next phase of the performance informed budget reform.

Evolving from the Organizational Performance Indicator Framework, the PrExC is the logical continuation of Performance-Informed Budgeting that: reflects in the budget the link between strategies, budgets and results;
and, facilitates the monitoring and evaluation of programs with performance indicators for each program.

So as to kick off the alignment of existing monitoring and reporting system with the aforesaid way forward, the 2017 Annual Technical Report of the DSWD features accomplishments under each of its updated organizational outcomes, including support to operations and general administration and support services.

The annual accomplishments indicated in this report mark the beginning of a reinvigorated DSWD, with fresh milestones that showcase its continued leadership in the social welfare and development (SWD) sector.

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2017 DSWD Annual Technical Report

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