The provisional agenda adopted by the People’s Survival Fund Board during the 3rd board meeting held at the PDIC Board Room, 8th Floor, SSS Building, Ayala Ave. cor. Rufino Ave., Makati City on January 9, 2015.
Excerpt from the file: “An introduction of the members of the Board and other Attendees followed. (Annex 1 – Complete List of Participants). Sec. Sering made a short backgrounder about the People’s Survival Fund (PSF) and the composition of the PSF Board. She highlighted the selection process of the Board membership following the provisions in RA 10174 and the recommendation during the 1st Advisory Board Meeting of the CCC.”
The draft of the minutes of the 6th PSF Board meeting held at the Bureau of Treasury, Intramuros, Manila on March 14, 2015. This document is scheduled for adoption in the upcoming 7th PSF Board meeting.
Annotated minutes of the Technical Working Group (TWG) meeting on Risk Transfer Mechanism through insurance applications to the People’s Survival Fund held at the Climate Change Office, Malacañan Compound, Manila on February 3, 2016.
iCSC’s policy recommendation to the PSF Board titled “Modality, criteria, and process in COs Accessing the People’s Survival Fund”, which was submitted during the 3rd meeting and was referred several times during the 4th Board Meeting.
Updates from the Non-Government Organization (NGO) representative to the PSF Board on critical issues and events from the fifth and sixth PSF Board meetings. This document covers discussions on approval, disbursement, governance, among others. For further inquiries and clarifications send an email to email@example.com.
A summary of the research report “Are Metro Manila Households Willing to Pay for Cleaner Transport?” authored by Jamil Paolo S. Francisco of the Department of Economics of Ateneo de Manila University, for the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia or EEPSEA. Hard copies of the policy brief are also available at the iCSC office. Correction: The policy brief erroneously states that the ejeepneys were launched in Makati City as a joint program of Greenpeace and Makati City government. The proponent and implementor of the ejeepney initiative is iCSC (formerly Green Renewable Independent Power Producer or GRIPP) with Makati City as the pilot partner city.