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フィリピン事務所

プロジェクト基本情報

































主管区分


在外事務所


在外事務所


00380_フィリピン事務所


本部/国内機関






 


案件番号



0702313

プロジェクトID(旧)


 


910


東南アジア




対象国名


フィリピン


11040












対象国(その他)







 





案件名(和)


地方における障害者のためのバリアフリー環境形成プロジェクト(障害者に優しいまちづくり)

 





スキーム







名称(和)


技術協力プロジェクト


Technical Cooperation Projects

 



協力期間20081001日20120930日
 









分野課題1


社会保障-障害者支援


分野課題2




分野課題3




分野分類


社会福祉-社会福祉-社会福祉

 





プログラム名


保健医療改善


プログラムID


0120000000041


援助重点分野


貧困層の自立支援と生活環境改善


開発課題


基礎的社会サービスの拡充(貧困層を取り巻く生活環境の改善)






実施状況


終了


備考



 

案件概要表

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案件名


(和)地方における障害者のためのバリアフリー環境形成プロジェクト(障害者に優しいまちづくり)




(英)Creation of Non-handicapping Environment for Filipinos with Disabilities in the Rural Areas.

 





対象国名


フィリピン


対象国名(その他)


 


署名日(実施合意)


2008/09/24
 


プロジェクトサイト


マニラ首都圏(ケソン市)、ニュー・ルセナ(イロイロ州)、オポール(ミサミス・オリエンタル州)
 
協力期間20081001日201209月 30日
   


相手国機関名


(和)

障害者国家委員会


相手国機関名


(英)

National Council on Disabled Affairs (NCDA)









日本側協力機関名


 


プロジェクト概要




背景


2000年の国勢調査によれば、フィリピン障害者人口は全人口の1.23%となっているが、実際はそれ以上といわれている。WHOの推計は5~10%であり、そのうち3分の2が地方に居住している。地方在住の障害者は、コミュニティに存在する社会的、物理的障壁によって、不利な条件下に置かれており、社会への参加、自立、独立への機会を制限されている。障害者の権利は、1992年公布の共和国法7277号(通称「障害者のマグナカルタ」)や1984年発効のBatas Pambansa Bilang 344(通称、「アクセス法」)によって保障されている。マカティ市などの大都市では、国家障害者委員会(NCDA:National Council on Disability Affairs)等の地道な啓発活動の結果、人々がアクセシビリティ確保の重要性を認識するようになってきており、レストランやスーパーマーケット等の民間企業も入り口にスロープや手すりをつけるようになるなど、バリアフリーに関する意識が高まってきている。一方、地方では、未だ人々の意識は低く、障害者の社会へのアクセシビリティが確保されていない。

 本プロジェクトは、地方に暮らす障害者が抱える社会的、物理的なアクセスに対する障壁を取り除くようなコミュニティ活動の支援を通じて、障害者の声が地方行政に適切に反映されるようになるとともに、「障害者も地域に暮らす人と同じように社会共通の便益を享受する立場にある」といった地域社会の意識の変化を促すことを目指す。また協力対象地域での事業実施を通じ、NCDAや地方自治体のコミュニティにおける案件管理能力の強化を図り、本事業を通じて構築したモデルの普及が行える体制づくりを目指す。

 具体的には、事業実施に関わる政府機関・NGOs・障害当事者間の情報共有の円滑化を目的とした「実施体制整備」、コミュニティにおける障害者の置かれた状況の把握を目的とした「情報収集」、障害者支援の指導的立場を担う人材に対する「(指導者)研修」、コミュニティ全体の障害に対する正しい理解を促すための「普及啓発」を主たる活動の柱とする。


上位目標


A Non -Handicapping Environment (NHE) in light of the participation of PWDs is promoted in other rural municipalities in the Philippines.


プロジェクト目標


Pioneering municipalities in close collaboration with NCDA create a Non-Handicapping Environment (NHE) in the rural areas, where physical and social accessibility (built-environment, legislation and people's attitudes) are promoted.


成果


1. Implementing Mechanism: The project is managed under the clearly defined implementing and monitoring mechanism with the participation of PWDs.
2. Profiling: Profiles of poineering municipalities on NHE are established.
3. Capacity Development: Capacity of NCDA, associations of PWDs, pioneering municipalities and other stakeholders is developed to promote physical and social accessibility (built-environment, legislation and people's attitudes).
4. Advocacy: Advocacy on NHE and the rights of PWDs is promoted.
5. Networking: An established NHE network (implementing mechanism) is strengthened/expanded to promote NHE.


活動


1.1 Orient the NCDA staff involved in the Project.
1.2 Conduct an orientation seminar for RCDA, pioneering municipalities and barangays officials to have common understanding of the Project.
1.3 Forge a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between NCDA and pioneering municipalities.
1.4 Develop a local and national implementing structure such as Project Management Team (PMT).
1.5 Design a local and national monitoring system to measure the progress of project activities.
1.6 Monitor and evaluate the project.
2.1 Collect the existing data on PWDs and physical accessibility in pioneering municipalities.
2.2 Develop/review instruments (e.g., supplement form for impairment classification, accessibility monitoring checklist, etc) for situational survey (e.g., number of PWDs, classification of impairment, accessibility of establishment, etc.)
2.3.1 Conduct trainings for profilings on PWDs (e.g., classification of impairments) and physical accessibility per pioneering municipality.
2.3.2 Conduct echo trainings for profilings by participants of the trainings, if necessary.
2.3.3 Conduct situational surveys to collect profiling data/information.
2.4 Share the data/information, when necessary.
2.5 Update the data/information periodically.
(con't)


投入




日本側投入


1. Long-term experts (Chief Advisor, Project Coordinator, Experts in technical fields)
2. Short-term experts (number of experts and their technical fields will be decided depending on the needs specified in the annual plan of the Project and the budget condition of Japanese side.)
3. Secretary, if necessary
4. Researcher, if necessary
5. Training of Philippine personnel in Japan or other third countries, if necessary
6. Equipments and materials (e.g., PC, projector)
7. Other expenses, if necessary


相手国側投入


1. Counterpart personnel (Project Director, Project Manager, Other staff of NCDA and pioneering municipalities)
2. Expenses of travel allowance, etc of NCDA staff
3. Office space and facilities necessary for JICA experts
4. Land, buildings, necessary facilities and equipments for Project activities
5. Other facilities and expenses mutually agreed upon as necessary.


外部条件


 


実施体制




(1)現地実施体制




(2)国内支援体制



 





関連する援助活動




(1)我が国の援助活動


・技プロ「アジア太平洋障害者センター(APCD)プロジェクト」(2002~2007年)
(本案件の主要カウンターパートは上記プロジェクトで実施された研修の修了者である。実施の際は、引き続きリソースとしてAPCDの支援が期待されている。)
・社会福祉分野におけるJOCVの派遣(現在、養護教育分野など4名派遣中)
・草の根技術協力(知的障害、聴覚障害)、草根の無償資金協力を通じた支援


(2)他ドナー等の援助活動


・CBM(国際NGO)-CBR事業を30の市・町において展開中。
・HI(Handicapping International)(国際NGO)-CBR事業や、車椅子製造(USAIDからの支援)等に関わる支援を実施中。

 

Project Outline / Aperçu du Projet
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Project Under Country Office's Control

As of


Dec.20,2012







Overseas Office




Headquarters
Domestic Office








Project Number


0702313


Title


Creation of Non-handicapping Environment for Filipinos with Disabilities in the Rural Areas.






Country


PHILIPPINES






Project Type


Technical Cooperation Projects






Field 1


Social Security-Support for Persons with Disabilities


Field 2




Field 3








Sector


Social Welfare Services-Social Welfare Services-Social Welfare Services






Program Title


Improvement of Health Care


Program Number


0120000000041


Cooperation Priority Area


Empowerment of the Poor and Improvement of the Living Condisions of the Poor


Development Issue


Expansion of Basic Social Services (Improving the Living Conditions of the Poor)






Project Site


Metro Manila, Opol Municipality (Misamis Oriental Province), New Lucena Municipality(Iloilo Province))





Sep.24,2008
Term of Cooperation2008/10 ~2012/09


Implementing Organization


National Council on Disabled Affairs (NCDA)


Background


The population of PWDs in the Philippines is about 940,000 people (1.23% of the population at large) according to the census executed in 2000. However, if the estimate ratio 10% of World Health Organization (WHO) is applied, about 9.2 million people are PWDs in the Philippines as of 2010. The rights of PWDs in the Philippines have been covered by the enactment of the Philippine Republic Constitution in 1987, the promulgation of the Republic Act No. 7277 (alias "Magna Carta of Persons with Disabilities (Great charter)") in 1992 and the promulgation of the Republic Act No. 9442 (articles of amendment on the Magna Carta) in 2007.
With regard to accessibility, the Accessibility Law B.P. 344 intended for barrier-free on building and public transportation. However, in terms of the implementation of the law, little progress has been made and a further effort should be undertaken in the Philippines. For example, steep ramps and ramps without handrails are seen left and right and most buildings are not accessible for PWDs. Thus, PWDs cannot fully participate in community development activities, which lead them to be trapped in poverty. Access to education, access to health care and access to employment are all limited for PWDs towards self-reliance and economic independence. Negative attitude toward PWDs worsens their situation and makes their participation more difficult.
The project aims at promoting physical accessibility on built-environment, and social accessibility on regulation, system, and people's attitude in community. In order to create NHE in the Philippines, the project implements activities based on a series of five (5) components/outputs as follows: Output 1) Implementing Mechanism to define the implementing and monitoring mechanisms, Output 2) Profiling to grasp/assess the situation on PWDs and physical accessibility, Output 3) Capacity Development to enhance capacity of counterparts/stakeholders, empower PWDs and their groups/organizations and promote their participation, Output 4) Advocacy to promote a removal of barriers in society, and Output 5) Networking to disseminate/share project experiences and NHE with International/National stakeholders.


Overall Goal


A Non-Handicapping Environment (NHE) in light of the participation of PWDs is promoted in other rural municipalities in the Philippines.


Project Purpose


Pioneering municipalities in close collaboration with NCDA create a Non-Handicapping Environment (NHE) in the rural areas, where physical and social accessibility (built-environment, legislation and people's attitude) are promoted.


Output


1. Implementing Mechanism: The project is managed under the clearly defined implementing and monitoring mechanism with the participation of PWDs.
2. Profiling: Profiles of pioneering municipalities on NHE are established.
3. Capacity Development: Capacity of NCDA, associations of PWDs, pioneering municipalities and other stakeholders is developed to promote physical and social accessibility (built-environment, legislation and people's attitude).
4. Advocacy: Advocacy on NHE and the rights of PWDs is promoted.
5. Networking: An established NHE network (implementing mechanism) is strengthened/expanded to promote NHE.


Project Activities


1.1. Orient the NCDA staff involved in the Project.
1.2. Conduct an orientation seminar for RCDA, pioneering municipalities and barangay officials to have common understanding of the Project.
1.3. Forge the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between NCDA and pioneering municipalities.
1.4. Develop a local and national implementing structure such as Project Management Team (PMT).
1.5. Design a local and national monitoring system to measure the progress of project activities.
1.6. Monitor and evaluate the project.
2.1. Collect the existing data on PWDs and physical accessibility in pioneering municipalities.
2.2. Develop/review instruments for situational survey.
2.3. Conduct trainings for profilings on PWDs and physical accessibility per pioneering municipality.
2.4. Share the data/information, when necessary.
2.5 Update the data/information periodically.
3.1. Develop/review a capacity development plan.
3.2. Develop/review training modules/designs.
3.3. Identify/develop/review training materials.
3.4. Conduct trainings.
3.5. Disseminate lessons-learned and take relevant actions by participants of the training, if necessary.
3.6. Monitor the application of knowledge, attitude, skills learned by PWDs and other training participants.
3.7. Document training results in order to recommend relevant action taken by NCDA, pioneering municipalities and other stakeholders.
4.1. Produce/distribute/review communication materials on NHE.
4.2. Conduct/participate in communication activities for advocacy on NHE.
4.3. Monitor the impact of communication materials/activities.
4.4. Conduct pre and post survey on people's understandings and attitudes towards disability and NHE.
5.1. Promote NHE through communication materials and National and International communication activities.
5.2. Monitor the impact of communication materials/activities.
5.3. Review/evaluate the established NHE network
5.4. Build network with other Local, National and International stakeholders to promote NHE.
5.5. Conduct study/observation tours in order to share information/resources/experiences acquired in pioneering municipalities.
5.6. Conduct/contribute to the National Forum on NHE in order to share information/resources/experiences acquired in pioneering municipalities.


Input Summary byJapanese Side


(1) Long-term experts
Chief Adviser/Project Coordinator/Experts in the technical fields
Note: Chief Adviser, Project Coordinator and some experts may serve concurrently as experts in one of the technical fields.
(2) Short term experts
Number of experts and their technical fields will be decided depending on the needs as specified in the annual plan of the Project and the budget condition of Japanese side.
(3) A secretary, if necessary
(4) A researcher, if necessary
(5) Training of Philippines personnel in Japan or other third countries, if necessary
(6) Equipments and materials (e.g., PC, Projector)
(7) Other expenses, if necessary






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Related Project




(1)Japanese side


-JOCV(in the field of PWDs Sector, such as SPED, NGOs)
-JICA Technical Cooperation Project: Asia-Pacific Development Center on Disability (APCD) project in Thailand


(2)Collaboration with Other Donors








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