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Major Cities in Metro Manila| Participatory Project| NGO’s / PO’s| | 2007| 2008| 2009| 2010| 2011| 2012| 2013| |
Caloocan City| | | II| | | | | * AMY Foundation, Inc. * Global Reciprocal Colleges, Inc.| Laspiñas City| I| | | I| II| | | * none|
Makati City| | | | | I| | | * Fundacion Santiago, Inc. * Greater Metro Manila Habitat for Humanity Foundation, Inc. (EXP)| Malabon City| | | | | I| | | * none|
Mandaluyong City| I| | | | | | | * Petron Foundation, Inc. * Philippine Association of Service Exporters, Inc. * San Miguel Foundation, Inc.| Manila City| | | | | | | | * FFCCCII Foundation, Inc. * Food for the Hungry/Philippines (FH/PHIL), Inc.| Marikina City| | | | | | | | * none|

Muntinlupa City| I| | | | | | | * Green Cross-Jesus Co Ay Tian Foundation, Inc. * Malampaya Foundation, Inc.| Navotas City| | | | | I| | | * none|
Parañaque city| | I| | | | | | * Antipolo Seminary Foundation, Inc.| Pasay City| I| | | | | | | * Jesus V. del Rosario Foundation, Inc.| Pasig City| | | | | | | | * ICI Ministries, Inc. * Jollibee Group Foundation, Inc.| Quezon City| | | | | | | | * Foundation for Development Alternatives, Inc. * Foundation for Information Technology Education and Development, Inc.| San Juan City| | | | | | | | * ICA Greenhills Scholarship Foundation, Inc. * Redemptoris Mater Missionary Seminary, Archdiocese of Manila, Inc.| Taguig City| | | | | | | | * Filipino Wars Veterans Foundation (FILVETS) Incorporated * Ligaya Ng Panginoon Foundation, Inc.| Valuenzela | | | | | I| | | * Febias College of Bible, Inc.| Pateros City| | | | | | I| | * none|

To see all NGO’s go in this website http://www.pcnc.com.ph Caloocan
Community Score Cards (CSC): A Tool for Social Accountability to be Tested in Bulacan, Caloocan, Pasay and Quezon City September 28, 2009
Citizen’s engagement should be promoted in all fronts. It is our right to take part in decision-making process, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of government policies, programs and services. People have the right to transparent, accountable and participative governance, both at the national and local level. Accountability in governance can be defined as the obligation of power holders to account for or take responsibility for their actions. “Power holders” are those who hold political, financial, or other forms of power, including officials in government, private corporations, international financial institutions and civil society organizations. Social accountability is a “an approach towards building accountability that relies on civic engagement, i.e. in which ordinary citizens and/or civil society organizations participate directly or indirectly in exacting accountability.”  It also “refers to the broad range of actions and mechanisms (beyond voting) that citizens can use to help government be more effective and accountable, as well as actions on the part of government, civil society, media and other societal actors that promote or facilitate these efforts” Furthermore, social accountability is a process of constructive engagement between citizen groups and government, a means to check and monitor the conduct and performance of public officials in their use of public resources; and a mechanism towards delivering better services, improving people’s welfare, and protecting people’s rights. One approach to promote social accountability is through the development of Community Score Cards (CSC). In a training conducted by CPE for 40 community leaders in Quezon City, Caloocan City, City of San Jose del Monte and Pasay City (thanks to FES for supporting the activity), Ms. Corrine Canlas enlightened the group on the concepts and practice of CSC. (CPE will publish a manual on CSC within October 2009 as a...
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