IMPLEMENTING-GUIDELINES-GPP_September11,2015

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TARLAC CITY Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Zamboanga Peninsula PAGADIAN CITY DIVISION Pagadian City IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES OF THE GULAYAN SA PAARALAN PROGRAM(GPP) S.Y. 2016-2017 ALVIC S. RODA

Background:

The  Department of Agriculture and  the Department of Education implemented a “ Gulayan sa Paaralan ” as part of President Aquino’s hunger mitigation and poverty alleviation program. DepEd Memorandum No. 293, s. 2007 Background

General Objective: :

General Objective: Promote food security in schools and communities through self-help food production activities and values among learners and appreciation of agriculture as a life support system.

Specific Objectives::

Specific Objectives :

Specific Objectives::

To promote vegetable production in public elementary and secondary schools; Specific Objectives :

2. To establish and maintain school gardens as ready food basket/source of vegetables in sustaining supplementary feeding; :

2. To establish and maintain school gardens as ready food basket/source of vegetables in sustaining supplementary feeding; Specific Objectives:

Specific Objectives::

3. To serve as laboratory for learners; Specific Objectives :

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To produce vegetables in the schools that are rich sources of protein, calorie, vitamins, and minerals and eventually increase vegetable consumption and improve learners ’ nutrition; Specific Objectives:

SOURCES OF CALORIE/ENERGY:

SOURCES OF CALORIE/ENERGY Root Crops: Gabi Kamote Potato Cassava

SOURCES OF PROTEIN:

SOURCES OF PROTEIN Leguminous vegetables Beans Mongo Peas Sigarilyas

OTHER SOURCES OF PROTEIN:

OTHER SOURCES OF PROTEIN Malunggay Talinum Saluyot

SOURCES OF VITAMIN A AND IRON:

SOURCES OF VITAMIN A AND IRON Leafy green vegetables: Tops of Gabi Malunggay Saluyot Alugbati

SOURCES OF VITAMIN A AND IRON:

SOURCES OF VITAMIN A AND IRON Kangkong Sili Kulitis Pechay

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON:

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON Eggplant Tomato Ampalaya Pepper

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON:

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON Okra Squash Carrots Sayote

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON:

OTHER SOURCES OF VITAMINS AND IRON Pechay Spinach Saluyot Cabbage

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To showcase small-scale food production models.

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Vegetable Garden Models

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Container Gardening

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Backyard Gardening

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Modified Hydroponics Gardening The soilless culture of vegetables using mineral nutrient solution in water.

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School Gardening

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Urban Gardening

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To inculcate among the learners the values of gardening, good health and nutrition, love of labor, and caring for others. Specific Objectives:

Coverage:

Coverage The Gulayan sa Paaralan shall be implemented primarily in all public elementary and secondary schools nationwide.  

Eligible Activities:

Eligible Activities Submission of School profile and Work and Financial Plan (Use GPP Form 1 ) Name of school, address, name of school head and contact details Nutritional Status Measurement of available lot/space for food production

Eligible Activities:

2. Capacity-building Orientation Training Eligible Activities

Eligible Activities:

Eligible Activities 4. Utilization of Garden Yields / Proceeds 5. Advocacy Campaign 3. Establishment , Maintenance and Sustainability of School Gardens

Partnerships:

Partnerships All partners are encouraged to actively participate, invest in the process, own and commit to the program to achieve its success.

Roles and Responsibilities- Division Office:

Submit reports to DepEd RO Consolidate implementation reports from the schools Assist in the advocacy of the Program Provide technical assistance Roles and Responsibilities- Division Office Conduct planning, monitoring and evaluation of the program in the Division Orient the school implementers on the program Endorse priority schools to the ROs Designate a Division GPP Coordinator Designate a Division GPP Coordinator Endorse priority schools to the Region 3. Orient school implementers of the program 4. Conduct planning, monitoring and evaluation of the program in the division 5. Provide technical assistance 6. Assist in the advocacy of the program 7. Consolidate implementation reports from the schools 7. Submit reports to the RO

Roles and Responsibilities- School Level:

Roles and Responsibilities- School Level 1 . Designate a School GPP Coordinator 2. Involve the parents and community in school food production and school feeding. 3. Encourage the establishment of home/community vegetable garden .

Sustainability Mechanism:

Sustainability Mechanism 1. Partner with LGU 2 . Establishment of Crop Museum 3. Crop museum establishment and enhancement 4. PTCA involvement 5. Include the Performance rating of the involved personnel

What is Crop Museum?:

What is Crop Museum? It serves as a focal point for saving crop varieties. This is a garden where teachers, students and community members can view a diverse range of nutritionally relevant and climate hardy vegetable varieties.

What is Crop Museum?:

What is Crop Museum? It can include trees, shrubs, root tuber crops, vines, and short annual crops. It also serve as nurseries for surrounding school and communities.

What are the requirements for a crop museum?:

What are the requirements for a crop museum? The garden area should at least 200 square meter, should receive direct sunlight, with good water source and a drainage system. There are no potential future risk.

What are the requirements for a crop museum?:

What are the requirements for a crop museum? The area should be fenced on all sides. A small nursery should be set up. The garden should use bio-intensive methods.

Crop Museums:

Crop Museums

Sustainability Mechanism:

Sustainability Mechanism 3 . PTCA involvement 4 . Include the performance rating of the school

Progress Monitoring:

Progress Monitoring A. Monitoring 1 . Division level - Monthly 2. Regional level - Quarterly 3. National level - Semestral monitoring (Sept. & Feb.)

Progress Monitoring:

Progress Monitoring 1. The school GPP Focal Person shall keep records of the following: Total area ( sqm ) devoted to vegetable school gardens Type of vegetables grown Volume of production (kg) Volume for feeding and other purposes (kg) No . of learner beneficiaries in the feeding program No . of parents involved in the program

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2. All records/data of the program should be kept in a conspicuous place and be made available to the monitoring personnel. 3. The school shall submit a Program Terminal Report using GPP Form 2 to the SDO for consolidation.

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Thank you and God Bless!

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