Proposals for grant application may be submitted to PCPD at anytime during the year. However, those received on or before the 30th of June will be given for appraisal during the current year.
PCPD issues a call for proposals through its website. In some instances proposals are negotiated with an identified proponent.
A grant application consists of:
- A letter of request signed by the agency head.
- A proposal describing the problem to be addressed and the proposed response, with an indicative timeframe, and budget (Grant Application Form and Budget Template).
- A logical framework for projects above P100,000.00 (Logical Framework). The logical framework is a planning tool that will help describe and anticipate scenarios in the field.
- An evaluation plan for projects with P1,000,000.00 budget requested from PCPD (Guidelines for Evaluation). This forms part of the project proposal and ensures that the grantee identify what evidence will be gathered to show that the intervention would have contributed to addressing the focus problem.
- A company profile together with the full proposal consisting of:
- Photocopy of SEC registration;
- General Information Sheet, brochure or similar document describing the vision, mission, programs, accomplishments, and organizational structure of the proponent agency;
- List of board members and officers; and
- Audited financial statements for the preceding year.
PCPD’s grant-giving manual (Grant-Giving Manual) provides more information that proponents can refer to as they develop their grant applications.
Submit the grant application to:
Ms. Felicitas C. Rixhon
Philippine Center for Population and Development, Inc. PCPD Building
2332 Chino Roces Avenue (formerly Pasong Tamo Extension) Taguig, Metro Manila
Fax No.: 894-4596/Tel No.: 844-6494
Once the project is already ongoing, the proponent/implementer is required to submit periodic narrative (Narrative Report Format) and financial (Financial Report Format) reports to the PCPD.