About the Program
The Mindanao Trust Fund for Reconstruction and Development Program (MTF-RDP), under the World Bank administered multi-donor fund ,was launched on March 27, 2006 with the aim to assist economic and social recovery in the conflict-affected and vulnerable areas of Mindanao. It is supported by Australian Aid for International Development(AusAID), New Zealand Aid for International Development (NZAID), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), United States Aid for International Development (USAID), the World Bank, and the European Union (EU). It had been successfully implemented for three (3) consecutive Program Partnership Agreements (PPAs).
It is again embarked under PPA4, covering 65 barangays in 21 municipalities. BDA, with the help of its partners- the Community and Family Services Internation (CFSI) and Mindanao Land Foundation (Minland), takes lead in the implementation of the PPA4.
As of April 2014, the program has reached a total of 496,527 beneficiaries (49% men and 51% women) thru the 41 sub-projects implemented in 214 barangays in 75 municipalities across BDA regions.
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MTFRDP Annual Reports
Program for Local Economic Development through Enlightened Governance and Grassroots Empowerment (PLEDGE)
The program is the economic and livelihood component of MTFRDP. It aims to contribute to confidence and peace building efforts through local economic development and sustainable livelihood creation in conflict affected areas in Mindanao.
People’s Organization (PO) Strengthening
PO Strengthening is one component of the Institutional Strengthening Agreement (ISA) signed in August 2015. It aims to provide strengthening and capacity building activities to selected POs to develop them into local enterprises.
Bangsamoro Development Plan (BDP)
The support was for the formulation of the BDP, the comprehensive roadmap that articulates the needs and aspirations of the people in the Bangsamoro towards a better quality of life. The plan was completed and turned over in November 2014. After which, a communication strategy was developed for the campaign and advocacy of the BDP for awareness and support.