2001
  Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal - Arroyo
  February 26, 2001 – June 30, 2010
Donna Z. Gasgonia, Chairperson
    (Sept. 24, 1998 – Feb. 25, 2001)
Percival C. Chavez, Chairman
    (Feb. 26, 2001 – March  31, 2010)
Conduct of Assessment Planning and Reorganization of Davao City Council of Leaders
Conduct of Consultative Assembly of UPOs in coordination with the National Urban Poor Assembly
Membership in local/national special bodies:
  - Task Forces on Relocation and Resettlement (TFRR)
  - Local Housing Boards
  - Committee on Anti-Squatting Syndicates and Professional Squatters (CASSPS)
  - Task Forces on Shelter
  - Task Forces for Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances
  - Women Development Councils,
  - Regional Development Councils
Conduct of Management Information System Workshop
Conduct of MIS Workshop on Urban Poor Database
Preparation and packaging of Community Scan and Household Profiles:
Conduct of research/ studies on:
  - Socio-Economic Survey
  - Community Based Code of Restrictions
  - Inventory on Status of Accredited UPOs
  - Lingap Housing Projects
  - SRA-MBN
  - Pending Court/DENR Court Cases of the Urban Poor
Airing of two PCUP Radio Programs (DZRB / DZEM) both titled “Tinig ng Maralita” which tackled urban poor issues and concerns
Conduct of consultations and surveys which focused on Land Tenure, Basic Services, and Livelihood Requirements
Conduct of urban poor related events involving UPO leaders and national shelter key officials:
  - Mid-Year Urban Poor Convention
  - Urban Poor Assembly
  - World Leaders Build for HABITAT for Humanity
 
2002    
    Percival C. Chavez, Chairman (Feb. 26, 2001 – March  31, 2010)
Trainings conducted:
  - Paralegal Training for Field Operations Divisions (FODs – NCR, Luzon, and Visayas) personnel
  - Developing Social Research and Technical Capacity for Information Systems Development and Management Division (ISDMD) personnel
  - Household Profiling Including Installation of Database Systems for FODs – NCR, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao personnel
Computer software courses attended:
  - WEB Development for Government Agencies
  - Geographic Information System Training, HUDCC and ADB: Metro Manila Urban Services for the Poor Project
  - ESRI Geographic Information System Users Conference
Signing of Collective Negotiations Agreement (CNA) between PCUP and the PCUP Employees Association (PEA)
Memorandum Order No. 74 (September 13, 2002) – Directing the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) to formulate and adopt certain guidelines and implement post-proclamation activities in the areas proclaimed as socialized housing sites.
Executive Order No. 131 (October 1, 2002) – Declaring open to disposition for socialized housing purposes certain government-owned lands defined under Republic Act No. 7279, otherwise known as the Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992, and providing for disposition thereof.
Executive Order No. 152 (December 10, 2002) – Designating the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor as the sole clearing house for the conduct of demolition and eviction activities involving the homeless and underprivileged citizens and establishing for the purpose a mechanism to ensure strict compliance with the requirements of just and humane demolition and eviction under the Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992 and for other purposes.
Executive Order No. 153 (December 10, 2002) – Instituting the national drive to suppress and eradicate professional squatting and squatting syndicates, amending Executive Order Nos. 178 s. 1996 and 129 s. 1993, and for other purposes
Convenor, Philippine Human Rights Plan for Urban Poor Sectoral Working Group
Drafting of a proposal to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) for the funding of the  Mainstreaming of Human Rights into the Country Plan for the Urban Poor
Submission to the Council for the Welfare of Children of position paper on the Draft Protocol on the Rights of Children in Eviction and/or Demolition
Submission to the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women of the 2002 Gender and Development Plan of PCUP
Major Final Outputs:
  - Enhanced capacity of the urban poor in accessing pro-poor programs and services
  - Strengthened urban poor access to credit, financial, technical and other services from the government and the private sector
  - Growth in number of stakeholders and resources involved in the delivery of services to the urban poor
Urban Poor links to Training/Human Resource Development
  - Endorsement to the Human Resource Development Cluster of the KALAHI and KALAHI Karaban Project
  - Micro-finance training, including Sulong Kariton Project in partnership with the People’s Credit and Finance Corporation (PCFC)
  - Trainings conducted by the Technological and Livelihood Resource Center (TLRC)
  - Leadership Seminar for Urban Poor Organizations (UPOs) and Women’s Group
  - Trainings granted by the United Nations Children;s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
  - Training for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) –WEED Program
Completion of ISDMD Database for the following :
  - PCUP Manual on Urban Poor Community Scan and Household Profile
  - Interview Guide for the Community Scan/Household Profiling
  - Access Application Program for Profiling and Individual Livelihood Survey
 
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2003    
    Percival C. Chavez, Chairman (Feb. 26, 2001 – March  31, 2010)
Enhanced Access of the Urban Poor to Land and Housing Programs:
  - Presidential Proclamation (123,328 family beneficiaries)
  - Community Mortgage Program (38,143 family beneficiaries)
  - Direct Negotiated Installment Purchase (9,379 family beneficiaries)
  - Relocation/ Resettlement (73,421 family beneficiaries)
  - Other Land and Housing Programs (21,280 family beneficiaries)
Conduct of Social Preparation and Complete Staff Work in proclaimed areas
Membership in the One Stop Shop Task Force on Facilitating the Distribution of Proclaimed Land
Monitoring and Evaluation
  - Issuance of 32 Certificates of Compliance pursuant to E.O. 152
  - Monitored 499 demolition and eviction related cases with on-going social preparation
  - Monitored 33 demolition/eviction cases with violations reported to concerned agencies
Issued thirty-two (32) Certificates of Compliance pursuant to Executive Order No. 152 to ensure compliance with the requirements of just and humane demolition as provided for in R.A. 7279 (Urban Development and Housing Act)
Conduct of Basic Orientation Seminar on PCUP among newly accredited UPOs
Enhanced capacity of the urban poor in accessing pro-poor programs and services
Preparation and dissemination of knowledge products on government policies and urban poor related matters
Spearheaded Presidential Visits:
  - Payatas, Quezon City
  - Towerville, San Jose Del Monte
  - Tatalon, Quezon City
  - CAA, Las Piñas City
  - Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City
  - Baesa, Quezon City
  - Culiat, Quezon City
  - Sto. Niño, Parañaque City
  - Tambo, Parañaque City
  - Catmon, Malabon
  - Sauyo, Bagbag, Quezon City
  - Lucena City
Participation Mechanism:
  - Representation of PCUP and UPOs in various policy/ consultative bodies/ structures
  - Continuing advocacy for the establishment of UPAOs and sustenance of existing ones

2004
Enhanced Access of the Urban Poor to Land and Housing Programs:
  - Presidential Proclamation (154,523 family beneficiaries)
  - Community Mortgage Program (51,387 family beneficiaries)
  - Direct Negotiated Installment Purchase (17,710 family beneficiaries)
  - Relocation/ Resettlement (67,642 family beneficiaries)
  - Other Land and Housing Programs (12,903 family beneficiaries)
Issued fifty-three (53) Certificates of Compliance pursuant to Executive Order No. 152 to ensure compliance with the requirements of just and humane demolition as provided for in R.A. 7279 (Urban Development and Housing Act)
Orientations conducted among accredited UPOs:
  - Basic Orientation Seminar on PCUP
  - Executive Order Nos. 152 and 153
  - Executive Order No. 131 
  - Major security of land tenure and urban poor related laws
Enhanced capacity of the urban poor in accessing pro-poor programs and services
  - Facilitated and promptly endorsed programs and services which include access to credit, financial and technical assistance and basic services
  - Entered into new agreements for the delivery of basic services to the urban poor
Participation Mechanism
  - Representation of PCUP and UPOs in various policy/ consultative bodies/ structures
  - Continuing advocacy for the establishment of UPAOs and sustenance of existing ones
 
2005
  Percival C. Chavez, Chairman (Feb. 26, 2001 – March  31, 2010)
Enhanced Access of the Urban Poor to Land and Housing Programs:
  - Presidential Proclamation (212,407 family beneficiaries)
  - Community Mortgage Program (57,519 family beneficiaries)
  - Direct Negotiated Installment Purchase (6,381 family beneficiaries)
  - Relocation/ Resettlement (35,860 family beneficiaries)
  - Other Land and Housing Programs (40,043 family beneficiaries)
Conduct of Social Preparation, Conflict Management,  and Complete Staff Work in proclaimed areas
Active membership in Local Inter-Agency Committee  for the implementation of 89 Presidential Proclamations.
Participation in Inter-Agency Committee meetings concerning proclaimed areas
Monitoring and Evaluation
  - Issuance of 55Certificates of Compliance pursuant to E.O. 152
  - Monitored 233 demolition and eviction related cases with on-going social preparation
  - Monitored 80 demolition/eviction cases with violations reported to concerned agencies
Conduct of Basic Orientation Seminar (BOS) about PCUP, Executive Order Nos. 152, 153, 131 and major security of land tenure and urban poor related laws in newly accredited UPOs and newly identified areas
Position Papers prepared:
  - House Bill No. 3297 – An  Act Designating the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) as the Sole Clearing House for the Conduct of Demolition and eviction activities
  - House Bill No. 4215 – An Act Amending Republic Act No. 8368 Otherwise Known as the “Anti-Squatting Law Repeal Act of 1997”
  - House Bill No. 3508 – An Act Providing Incentives to Urban Poor Organizations in the Acquisition of Lots by Means of Direct Negotiated Purchase, Amending for that Purpose Section 3, Article 1; Section 20, Article V; and Section 32, Article VIII of RA 7279 Otherwise Known as “The Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992”
  - House Bill No. 45 – An Act Providing for a Mandatory Period to Relocate Squatters, granting Disturbance Fee and Tax Exemption to Owner of Illegally Occupied residential Land and Violation Therefor
Grants of P10.3 Million (for victims of demolition and eviction) and P40 Million (for families affected by demolition and eviction in Malabon City) were accessed by PCUP upon presentation of the topics on Government Policy on Victims of Demolition and on the Scope and Budget for Urban Land Reform
Conduct of a series of consultations and workshops towards the conceptualization of programs and activities for possible collaboration with the Department of Agrarian Reform (in compliance with  EO No. 364)
Active participation in various meetings and workshops with the Urban Asset Reform Project Management Office to identify programs and projects that will integrate the urban poor settlers into the mainstream of economy (with reference to EO No. 371)
Active membership in the NEDA = Regional Development Council and Social Development Council
 Enhanced capacity of the urban poor in accessing pro-poor programs and services
  - Facilitated and promptly endorsed programs and services which include access to credit, financial and technical assistance and basic services
  - Entered into new agreements for the delivery of basic services to the urban poor
Participation Mechanism
  - Representation of PCUP and UPOs in various policy/ consultative bodies/ structures
  - Continuing advocacy for the establishment of UPAOs and sustenance of existing ones
Participation in the Implementation of the “10 Point Agenda” of the Arroyo Administration
  - Northrail Project No. 6 (Decongestion of Metro Manila)
  - Healing the Wounds of Divisiveness Brought about by EDSA 1, 2, and 3
  - Serbisyo Muna Caravan
  - KALAHI (MO33)
Urban Poor Solidarity Week (UPSW) Activities
  - Ugnayang Maralita Forum Series
  - Awit at Bigksa Pinot Choral Festival
  - Handog sa Maralita sa Kalungsuran
  - Ulat sa Maralita / Handog sa Maralitang Taga-lungsod
  - Gawad Parangal
 
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2006  
   Percival C. Chavez, Chairman (Feb. 26, 2001 – March  31, 2010)
Enhanced Access of the Urban Poor to Land and Housing Programs:
  - Presidential Proclamation (346,412 family beneficiaries)
  - Community Mortgage Program (15,063 family beneficiaries)
  - Direct Negotiated Installment Purchase ( 6,910 family beneficiaries)
  - Relocation/ Resettlement (62,318 family beneficiaries)
  - Other Land and Housing Programs (11,317 family beneficiaries)
Conduct of Social Preparation, Conflict Management,  and Complete Staff Work in proclaimed areas
Participation in Inter-Agency Committee meetings concerning proclaimed areas
Monitoring and Evaluation
  - Issuance of 92 Certificates of Compliance pursuant to E.O. 152
  - Monitored 216 demolition and eviction related cases with on-going social preparation
  - Monitored 65 demolition/eviction cases with violations reported to concerned agencies
Conduct of Basic Orientation Seminar (BOS) about PCUP, Executive Order Nos. 152, 153, 131 and major security of land tenure and urban poor related laws in newly accredited UPOs and newly identified areas
Enhanced capacity of the urban poor in accessing pro-poor programs and services
  - Facilitated and promptly endorsed programs and services which include access to credit, financial and technical assistance and basic services
  - Entered into new agreements for the delivery of basic services to the urban poor
Participation Mechanism
  - Representation of PCUP and UPOs in various policy/ consultative bodies/ structures
  - Continuing advocacy for the establishment of UPAOs and sustenance of existing ones
Participation in the Implementation of the “10 Point Agenda” of the Arroyo Administration
  - Northrail Project No. 6 (Decongestion of Metro Manila)
  - Healing the Wounds of Divisiveness Brought about by EDSA 1, 2, and 3
  - Serbisyo Muna Caravan
  - KALAHI (MO33)
     


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