ASSESSING THE TUWID NA DAAN: FOCUS ON THE FIVE KEY RESULT AREAS
The UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS) has released an assessment of the Aquino administration’s performance in fulfilling the promises in the President’s so-called Social Contract with the Filipino People.
The publication titled Assessing the Tuwid Na Daan: Focus on the Five Key Result Areas (KRA) features analyses on the following priority projects of the incumbent administration: accountable and participatory governance, poverty reduction, inclusive economic growth, rule of law, and climate change adaptation and mitigation.
UP CIDS Executive Director Edna Co said the assessment of the KRA “determines the contributions and impact of the Aquino administration and whether a transformational government has delivered what is promised or what it aspired to deliver.”
Assessors who contributed to the volume include leading experts from the academe, ranking officials from concerned government agencies, and members of civil society.
This assessment is a summary of the papers and presentations prepared by the assessors. A supplement containing the full reports will be released next year.
For print copies of the publication, kindly contact the CIDS office at 981-8500 loc. 4266 to 67 or [email protected] and look for Joseph Cruzado (Librarian) or Lea Diño (Publications Assistant).