Revised Consolidated Online SPRS as of March 2016
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PROGRAMS
IndicatorTotal AccomplishedTotal FemaleJANUARYFEMALEFEBRUARYFEMALEMARCHFEMALEAPRILFEMALEMAYFEMALEJUNEFEMALEJULYFEMALEAUGUSTFEMALESEPTEMBERFEMALEOCTOBERFEMALENOVEMBERFEMALEDECEMBERFEMALE
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I: Job Search Assistance Services for Wage EmploymentA. Job Search Assistance Program1. Job Search Assistance Through Public Employment Service Offices (PESO)
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1.1. Job vacancies solicited/reported3,9262,1789833689392311166838413
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1.2. Job applicants registered5,9652,6752073148615252131458596909380
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1.3. Job applicants referred for:5,3691,621202478912941881171264880380
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1.3.1. Job placement4,1641,02182418912941881166264880380
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1.3.2. Training/employability enhancement1,205600120060050
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1.4. Job applicants placed4,1641,04482418912941881166337880330
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1.4.1 Private sector (direct employers)1,0791415597458279124
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1.4.2. Government sector3,085903769180549180887213880330
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1.5. Youth provided with bridging employment assistance (SPES)00
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1.5.1. Amount of resource assistance (Php)00
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1.6. Job Fairs conducted5023
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1.6.1. Establishments/Employers Participated4802820
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1.6.2. Job vacancies solicited/reported5,93504,5701,365
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1.6.3. Job applicants registered950559588335362224
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1.6.4. Total Job applicants qualified684452232149
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1.6.5. Total applicants placed/Hired on the Spot (HOTS)209129134827547
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2. Job Search Assistance Through Private Recruitment and Placement Agencies (PRPAs) and Job/Service Contractors/Sub-contractors00
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2.1. PRPAs placement00
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2.2. Job/Service Contractors/Sub-Contractors placement00
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B. Labor Market Information (LMI) Program1. Labor market reports/publications prepared, published and disseminated such as labor-supply demand profile, (skills supply shortages/surpluses), employment situationer, industry profile and other LMI reports00
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1.1. Individuals reached4,2382,30441319340425734211854
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1.1.1. Students2,6311,65835817238825018851236
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1.1.2. Parents99591678352
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1.1.3. Researchers1,4535661453566
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1.1.4. Job seekers55215521
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1.2. Institutions reached4404337
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1.2.1. Schools2102316
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1.2.2. Organizations (GOs/NGOs)2302021
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C. Capability-Building Program for Partners on Employment Facilitation1. Trainings/Orientations conducted for PESOs30111
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1.1. PESO covered80332
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1.1.1. Participants157635242
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2. Capability-Building Activity conducted for Career Guidance Counselors (CGC) / CG workers101
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2.1. CGC Networks covered101
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2.2. Members covered6565
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3. Career Guidance advocacies conducted11029
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3.1. Students/Parents covered88659564226163660368
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3.2. Schools/Colleges/Universities covered11029
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4. Employment coaching conducted on job applicants120417
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4.1. Job applicants coached1,6251,14434120975521209883
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4.2 Number of schools13013
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5. Trainings conducted for PRPAs/Job/Service-contractors/Sub-contractors00
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5.1. PRPAs covered00
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5.1.1. Participants00
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5.2. Job/Service-contractors/Sub-contractors covered00
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5.2.1. Participants00
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II: Capacity-Building Services for LivelihoodA. Capacity Building Program for Livelihood (DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program)1. Community Enterprise Development (CED)00
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1.1. Number of Community Enterprise developed00
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1.2. Number of beneficiaries00
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1.3. Amount of assistance granted00
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2. Informal Sector workers provided with assistance/services to enhance their self-employment undertakings00
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2.1. Farm workers00
60
2.2. Fishery workers00
61
2.3. Differently-abled workers00
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2.4. Indigenous People (IP) workers00
63
2.5. Ambulant vendors or peddlers00
64
2.6. Alternative transport service workers00
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2.7. Home-based workers00
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2.8. OFWs/returning OFWs and their families (DOLE ROs)00
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2.9. Other self-employed workers85085
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3. Types of assistance/services provided to enhance self-employment undertakings00
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3.1. Provision of training assistance00
70
3.1.1. Trainings conducted00
71
3.1.2. Participants00
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3.2. Provision of resources in the form of raw materials/inputs, tools & jigs00
73
3.2.1. Amount of resource assistance (Php)00
74
3.3. Establishment of common facilities00
75
3.3.1. Common facilities established00
76
3.3.2. Beneficiaries00
77
3.3.3. Amount of resource assistance released (Php)00
78
3.4. Provision of business advisory services00
79
3.4.1. Beneficiaries00
80
4. Self-employment undertakings assisted00
81
4.1. Individual undertakings00
82
4.2. Group undertakings00
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B. Capacity-Building Program for Livelihood Formation1. Disadvantaged workers provided with assistance/services to engage in livelihood undertakings88828882
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1.1. Parents of child laborers00
85
1.2. Differently-abled persons00
86
1.3. IPs00
87
1.4. Youth00
88
1.5. OFWs/returning OFWs and their families (DOLE ROs)00
89
1.6. Other disadvantage groups88828882
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2. Types of assistance/services provided to disadvantaged workers to engage in livelihood undertakings00
91
2.1. Provision of training assistance00
92
2.1.1. Trainings conducted00
93
2.1.2. Participants00
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2.2. Provision of resources in the form of raw materials/inputs, tools & jigs00
95
2.2.1. Amount of resource assistance released (Php)00
96
3. Livelihood undertakings established for disadvantaged workers00
97
3.1. Individual undertakings00
98
3.2. Group undertakings00
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C. Capacity-Building Formation/Enhancement of Income-Augmenting Livelihood1. Wage workers provided with assistance/services to engage in income-augmenting collective enterprises00
100
1.1. Labor unions/organizations00
101
1.1.1. Workers covered00
102
1.2. Workers' Association00
103
1.2.1 Workers covered00
104
2. Types of assistance/services provided to wage workers to engage in income-augmenting collective enterprises00
105
2.1. Provision of training assistance00
106
2.1.1. PMT Trainings conducted00
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