Formulation of the Bangsamoro Development Plan (BDP) 

In November 2013, the Program Partnership Agreement for the Bangsamoro Development Plan (BDP) Project Operational Support was signed between the BDA, the Mindanao Land Foundation and the World Bank. The BDA was tasked to lead the formulation of the BDP which was then considered as one vital roadmap that will provide a short and medium-term vision and strategy for the recovery and development of the Bangsamoro. Minland was the trust fund recipient of the program. The Project for the formulation of the BDP was supported by the Mindanao Trust Fund (MTF) with various donors such as the as the European Union, the government of Sweden, Australia, Canada, United States, New Zealand and the World Bank which also serves as Trust Fund Administrator and Secretariat.

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PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS 

First Donor’s Forum. The first Donor’s Forum was conducted on September 3, 2013 at AIM Conference in Makati City.  The donor’s forum is aimed at discussing the Concept Note on the Bangsamoro Development Plan (BDP) and explores areas for collaboration and partnerships with the various development partners. 

PPA Signing for BDP Operational Support. The first program partnership agreement for the Bangsamoro Development Planning (BDP) Project operational support on November 13, 2013 at The Pinnacle Hotel, Davao City.The signing was made possible with the commitment and support of the World Bank, through the Mindanao Trust Fund (MTF) facility.

Community Visioning. The overall goal of the community visioning activities is to define the kind of society the Bangsamoro would like to pursue in the future as an expression of their right to self-determination. Specifically, the exercise will:  1) determine problem areas and/or sources of dissatisfaction/grievances in the communities, its causes, and possible solutions, 2) identify the needs and define the aspirations of the Bangsamoro for their envisioned society, and 3) determine projects and programs that will respond to these needs in the two-year transition from 2014 to 2016.

Meeting with National Government Line Agencies. The meeting generated support from the present GPH representatives from the different line agencies. 

Meeting with Development Consultants. Among the significant results of the meeting were the gaps identified on finalizing the commitment of development partners to the BDP formulation. This was through a short workshop conducted during the meeting.

BDP Presentation to Private and Cooperative Sectors. This forum is an avenue to promote the BDP, as one of the key sectors of creating mass workforce in the Bangsamoro through private sector and cooperatives intervention. 

BDP Turn-over and Launching (November 2, 2014 at Camp Darapanan, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao)

BDP at the Philippines Development Forum. (November 5-6, 2015 at Davao City)

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