DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP)
The Program seeks to contribute to poverty reduction and reduce the vulnerability to risks of the working poor, vulnerable and marginalized workers either through emergency employment, and promotion of entrepreneurship and community enterprises.
It has two (2) components: (a) Kabuhayan or DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP); and (b) Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) or Emergency Employment Program.
What are the modes of implementation?
Accredited Co-Partner – Peoples’/workers’ organization, union, association, federation, cooperative, business association, church-based organization, educational institution, or private foundation can act as accredited co-partner of the DOLE for the implementation of DILEEP.
It also includes national government agencies and local government units but need not to apply for accreditation
Direct Administration – The Regional Offices/Field Offices/Provincial Offices directly administer the program implementation.
How can an organization apply for accreditation as Co-Partner (ACP)
Submit the following documentary requirement to nearest DOLE Provincial or Field Offices:
- Accomplished Application Form
- Certificate of Registration (DOLE, SEC, CDA)
- Authenticated copy of the latest Articles of Incorporation/ Cooperation
- Audited Financial Statements for the past three (3) years
- List and/or photographs of similar project(s) previously completed
- Sworn Affidavit of the Organization