"GERMAN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES IN THE AREA OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 GERMAN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES IN THE AREA OF SUSTAINABL"
GERMAN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES IN THE AREA OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 GERMAN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES IN THE AREA OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 German Development Cooperation in the Philippines in the Area of Sustainable Economic Development: Yearbook 2006-2007 December 2006 Project Coordination by GTZ-SMEDSEP: Martina Vahlhaus/Ulla Keppel/Anja Gomm Assistance from Surveys, Training, Research & Development Services, Inc. (STRIDES, Inc.) Cover Design and Layout by Regine Abos TABLE OF CONTENTS Acronyms Used 5 Foreword 9 BMZ: German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development 11 GERMAn DEvElOpMEnt COOpERAtiOn AGEnCiEs in thE philippinEs in thE AREA OF sUstAinABlE ECOnOMiC DEvElOpMEnt 13 GtZ: German Technical Cooperation Agency 15 CiM: Centrum für Internationale Migration und Entwicklung 18 KfW Entwicklungsbank: KfW Development Bank 20 DEG: Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH 23 DED: German Development Service 26 inWEnt: Capacity Building Internationale, Germany 31 ptB: Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt 33 pROFilE OF GDC MAnAGERs, ExpERts AnD COnsUltAnts in thE AREA OF sUstAinABlE ECOnOMiC DEvElOpMEnt in thE philippinEs 35 GtZ Managers and staff in the sED sector 37 GTZ-SED Organisational Chart 39 GTZ Managers in the SED Sector 40 Martina Vahlhaus, Program Manager, SMEDSEP 41 Anja Gomm, Project Manager, Trade Policy and Promotion 42 Christian Widmann, Project Manager, Promoting Economic Cooperation in BIMP-EAGA 43 Bernhard Siegele, Project Manager, PEZA Economic Industrial Development 44 Katja Trappe-Willms, National Coordinator, Introduction of a Uniform Model for Improving Social Standards 45 CiM Co-ordinator and Experts 46 Nadine Rabe, Co-ordinator of the Integrated Expert Programme in Asia CIM Experts in the Philippines 47 Ingrid Haufe 48 Peter Hautzinger 49 Wolfgang Hirsch 50 Torsten Kilian 51 Andreas König, PhD 52 Gerhard Rainer 53 Peter Reger 54 Martin Riebe 55 Robert Riethmueller, PhD 56 Georg Stenz, PhD 57 KfW Entwicklungsbank staff and KfW Entwicklungsbank -financed Consultants 58 KfW Entwicklungsbank Staff in the Philippines Maria Norma Olga Caday-Asaña, Local Expert, Philippines 59 Matthias Hummel, PhD, Principal Project Manager 60 KfW Entwicklungsbank -financed Consultants Gernod Dilewski 61 Wolfgang Heupel 62 Gabriele Janikowski 63 Neil Ramsden 64 Reynar Rollan 65 DED Co-ordinator and Experts 66 Bernhard Willig, Co-ordinator 67 DED Experts: Ralf Altherr, PhD. 68 Berthold Degen 69 Edgar Heinrichs 70 Jutta Keppner 71 Christoph Köppel 72 Gabriele Meyer 73 Matthias Niggel 74 Nikolaus Michael Stumpf 75 inWEnt Co-ordinator 76 Olaf Neussner, Regional Co-ordinator for Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand 77 ptB 78 Clemens Sanetra, Project Adviser 79 ACRONYMS USED ACNTS Angeles City National Trade School ADB Asian Development Bank AIDFI Alternative Indigenous Development Foundation, Inc. ANP Association of Negros Producers APDC Animal Products Development Center-Bureau of Animal Industry APMP Asia Pacific Meat Project ASAI Automotive Service Association Inc. ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations AVE Foreign Trade Association for the German Retail Trade BAI Bankakademie International BBC Bouglas Bamboo Institute BDS Business Development Services BIC business and investment climate BIMP-EAGA Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Philippines – East ASEAN Growth Area BmT Biomedical Technicians BMZ German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development BPAEV Bahandi Producers Association of Eastern Visayas BSO business services organisations CCC Center for Corporate Citizenship CCCI Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry CCTFI Cebu Common Treatment Facility, Inc. CDG Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft CFIF Cebu Furniture Industry Foundation Inc. CIDA Canadian International Development Agency CIM Centrum für Internationale Migration und Entwicklung CITE Center for Industrial Technology and Enterprise CLSWM Credit Line for Solid Waste Management CSR Corporate Social Responsibility CTA Chief Technical Adviser CUP Philippines –German Cebu Upland Project DA Department of Agriculture DBP Development Bank of the Philippines DBTC Don Bosco Technical Center DED Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst/German Development Service DEG Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 5 DENR Department of Environment and Natural Resources DET Dual Education and Training DOST Department of Science and Technology DSE German Foundation for International Development DTI Department of Trade and Industry DTS Dual-Trainings-System EC European Commission ECOP Employers Confederation of the Philippines EMAS Environmental Management and Auditing Systems EMB Environmental Management Bureau EU European Union FAME Fashion Accessories Manufacturers and Exporters FC financial cooperation GDC German Development Cooperation GIS Geographic Information Systems GMP good manufacturing practices GTZ German Technical Cooperation Agency HACCP Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point ICTSD International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development ILO International Labor Organisation InWEnt Capacity Building Intenationale, Germany IPCLP II Industrial Pollution Control Loan Project II ITDI Industrial Technology Development Institute KfW Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau LBP Land Bank of the Philippines LCP League of Cities of the Philippines LGUs local government units LIP LGU Investment Programme LRED Local and Regional Economic Development MEDCOMindanao Economic Development Council MFIs Micro Financial Institutions MinBC Mindanao Business Council MSMEs Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises MSTQ Metrology, Standardization, Testing and Quality Assurance NCC National Computer Center NEDA National Economic and Development Authority NGO nongovernment organisation NML National Metrology Laboratory NQIS National Quality Infrastructure Services PBSP Philippine Business for Social Progress PCCI Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries PDA pilot and demonstration activity PEZA Philippine Economic Zone Authority 6 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 PhilDHRRA Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas PIPAC Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry PLC Programmable Logic Controller PMMA Philippine Merchant Marine Academy POA Philippine Office of Accreditation. PPP Public-Private-Partnership Programme Project APEX Applied Academics for Excellence Project PSC Philippine Services Coalition PTB Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt RRDP-Kandy Sri Lankan – German Regional Rural Development Project SBGFC Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corp SCOPE Strategic Corporate-Community Partnerships for Local Development SEAMEO Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization SED Sustainable Economic Development SME small and medium enterprises SMEDP Small and Medium Enterprises Development Plan. SMEDSEP Small and Medium Enterprise Development for Sustainable Employment SWM solid waste management TA technical assistance TESDA Technical Education and Skills Development Authority UN United Nations WiRAM Economic Reform and Development of the Market System WTO World Trade Organisation YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 7 8 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 FOREWORD In recent years, the German govern- GTZ is to be lauded for spearheading such an initiative, ment has taken important steps to and for enabling other GDC agencies to be involved make its development assistance to in the endeavor. As such, the Yearbook features partner countries like the Philippines organisational and personal profiles of 7 GDC agen- even more focused, effective and cies and more than 30 German experts doing sustain- significant. These efforts have result- able economic development work in the Philippines, ed in two major directions. On the particularly in the areas of private sector development, one hand, Sustainable Economic Development (SED) economic policy analysis, financial system development has emerged as a new strategic goal and focus area and sustainable employment (vocational training/labour of Philippine-German development cooperation, from market). Specific areas of expertise, geographical loca- the broader Economic Reform and Development of tions and contact information of agencies and individu- the Market System (WiRAM) framework. On the other, als are also made available to encourage and facilitate German Development Cooperation (GDC) agencies inter-personal and inter-agency networking, informa- under the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation tion/expertise-sharing and collaboration. and Development (BMZ) are intensifying their efforts of working together towards greater synergy. The larger goal is for the Yearbook to contribute to the goal of achieving greater synergy among German Both of these directions have taken one small step development cooperation agencies, as we continue to forward with the production of the first issue of the work with one another and with our Philippine partners Sustainable Economic Development Sector in the for sustainable economic development. Philippines Yearbook (2006-2007). With information on GDC agencies and their work on SED in the Philip- We hope that this Yearbook and its succeeding editions pines, the Yearbook helps German agencies get to will serve as an effective tool for a continuing dialogue know each other’s work better and find opportunities and closer cooperation. for cooperation on similar SED fields and activities. As well, the Yearbook also acquaints Filipino partners of the objectives, focus areas and key individuals of GDC KARin JAhR DE GUERRERO in SED in the country. Development Adviser / Counsellor Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 9 10 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT The German Federal Ministry for Economic Coopera- impacts. tion and Development or BMZ develops the guidelines and fundamental concepts on which German devel- opment policy is based. It lays down the long-term AREAs OF FOCUs strategies for development cooperation, and the rules BMZ directs and implements German development by which these are pursued. Based on these guidelines policy at three levels — international involvement, Ger- and strategies, BMZ develops shared projects with man development cooperation with partner countries, partner countries and at the international level. and in Germany. Since 2000, BMZ has taken on a bigger role in German International involvement. At the European and inter- policy making. BMZ has been given greater rights to national level, BMZ promotes development policy to examine all draft bills from other ministries to ensure create conditions for successful and sustainable devel- that decisions on such key areas as export and labour opment in all countries through fair international poli- markets or arms exports are not at odds with devel- cies and institutions. The priority areas at this level are: opment policy goals. As such, BMZ is brought into reforming international trading, financial and environ- the legislation process at an early stage to ascertain mental systems for the benefit of developing countries. whether new laws affects development policy matters. In partner countries. Beginning in 2000, BMZ has streamlined its focus of cooperation from 120 to the GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs present 70 ‘priority partner and ‘partner’ countries. BMZ is the lead organisation for formulating, guiding The Ministry selects partner countries on the basis of and pursuing German development policy, with its aims economic, social and ecological and political objectives of reducing poverty worldwide, building peace and and interests. BMZ develops country strategies and promoting equitable forms of globalization. The BMZ priority areas, in consultation with the partner country’s thus supports a large number of different development government and with advice from German develop- cooperation activities implemented by German devel- ment cooperation agencies working in the country. opment organisations in 70 partner countries as well as These country strategies become the basis for medium- international efforts of the United Nations, the Euro- term planning and steering of German development pean Commission and other international partners. cooperation in partner-countries. BMZ also develops and implements guidelines to Recently, BMZ repackaged its broad approach for ensure that all development cooperation activities are partner-countries, called Economic Reform and De- consistent with development policy, design principles velopment of the Market System (WiRAM) into a more and other factors. Finally, BMZ regularly reviews the use focused model, now called the Sustainable Economic of budget funds to ensure their proper use and it com- Development (SED) priority area. SED is divided into missions external evaluations of projects’ development four core competencies: 1) economic policy, 2) private YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 11 sector development, 3) financial system development The BMZ is headed by the Minister, Ms. Heidemarie and 4) vocational training/labour market. The partner- Wieczorek-Zeul, the Parliamentary State Secretary country’s development policy direction and strategies Ms. Karin Kortmann and the State Secretary Mr. Erick become the major basis for the selection of areas of Stather. Four divisions report directly to them, namely core competencies to be enhanced in partner country. parliamentary and cabinet affairs, press and public relations, basic principles, concepts and planning of In Germany. The BMZ also promotes broad support development policy, and protocol, translation and inter- for development policy within German society through preting services. education, information work and other campaigns. The BMZ does not have a typical institutional sub-struc- Program of Action 2015. The BMZ is also the lead min- ture. The Ministry commissions implementing organisa- istry for the co-ordination of Program of Action 2015, tions to implement its projects. These organisations, Germany’s strategy for realizing the Millenium Develop- in turn, work with project-executing organisations ment Goals (MDGs). Adopted in 2001, the inter-ministe- nominated by the government of the partner-country. rial Program of Action focuses Germany’s efforts on 10 Implementing organisations include GTZ, CIM, DED, priority areas of action that aim to achieve structural DEG, KfW and InWEnt. changes at the international level, in the developing countries, in Germany and in the European Union. ORGAnisAtiOn AnD stRUCtURE COntACt inFORMAtiOn In Manila In Germany Karin Jahr de Guerrero Bonn Office Federal Ministry for Economic Development Counsellor/Adviser Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development Embassy of the Federal Republic Cooperation and Development Stresemannstr. 94 of Germany Adenauerallee 139 - 141 10963 Berlin Makati City 53113 Bonn Germany Tel: 702-3034 Germany Mobile: 0919-5912761 E-mail address: Berlin Office email@example.com 12 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 GERMAn DEvElOpMEnt COOpERAtiOn AGEnCiEs in thE philippinEs in thE AREA OF sUstAinABlE ECOnOMiC DEvElOpMEnt YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 13 14 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 GERMAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION AGENCY (DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FUER TECHNISCHE ZUSAMMERNARBEIT; GTZ) The German Technical Cooperation Agency (Deutsche AREAs OF FOCUs in thE Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammernarbeit; GTZ) philippinEs in thE sED sECtOR was established in 1975 as a private company owned In line with its goals and that of the Philippine gov- by the German Federal Government. It operates mainly ernment, GTZ’s work in SED sector in the Philippines on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic focuses on the areas of economic policy and private Cooperation and Development (BMZ), although it also sector development in two priority regions – Visayas works on behalf of other German ministries. As a Ger- and Mindanao. GTZ implements four main programs man development cooperation agency, GTZ operates and projects, namely: on a public benefit basis, using all funds generated as profits exclusively for projects in international coopera- • Small and Medium Enterprise Development for Sus- tion. GTZ has offices in 67 countries worldwide and it tainable Employment Program has been operating in the Philippines since 1971. • Promoting economic cooperation in BIMP-EAGA • Eco-industrial development of Philippine economic zones GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs • Trade policy and trade promotion GTZ’s overarching goal in the Philippines (as derived from the aims of German development policy) is to Small and Medium Enterprise Development for contribute to the reduction of poverty and inequalities Sustainable Employment Program. Since 99% of all and enable sustainable economic development in the Philippine firms are micro, small and medium enterpris- country. As a major concern, GTZ pursues sustainable es (SMEs), SMEDSEP aims to strengthen the business economic development through a systems approach and investment climate (BIC) for SMEs as a strategy that helps enhance capacities and conditions to enable for creating employment and reducing poverty in the Filipino stakeholders pursue sustainable development country. SMEDSEP’s overall goal is to enable public and goals. This approach includes, inter alia, promoting an private institutions to create favorable business condi- enabling policy and regulatory environment for eco- tions to develop entrepreneurial potential and promote nomic development through economic reforms at the competition. The Program aims to achieve this in three national and local level, strengthening the capacities of phases, with the first phase having been completed and the private sector, including small and medium enter- the second phase taking place from September 2006 to prises and local chambers of commerce, and promoting August 2009. The second phase focuses on two main civil society participation, decentralization and inter- components: agency collaboration. • Harmonization of the National SME Development (SMED) Plan. This involves operationalising the SMED Plan at the national, regional and local levels, strengthening private sector participation in planning through public-private dialogue, capacity building, YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 15 Christian Widmann with Filipino partners SMEDSEP regional planning donor liaison/harmonization to maximize support GOOD PRACTICES PILOTED IN SMEDSEP’S to the government, development of a results-based PHASE 1 monitoring and information system and supporting local-regional-national information flow and peer group learning. simplifying Business Registration at the local level • Promotion and Replication of Good Practices/ A Four-Phased Approach Models for improving the local business and Streamlining the business registration process investment climate (BIC). This includes, testing, makes it faster and easier for SMEs to register, development and documentation of good practices encouraging more to enter the formal economy. geared towards reform priorities/BIC improvement in selected LGUs and subsequent dissemination and Economic Growth Through Local and Regional replication of such practices through knowledge Economic Development (LRED) management methods (communication strategy, This practice aims to facilitate the implementation information exchange, peer learning) and public- of the LRED process – a participatory planning private dialogue. This includes practices piloted process involving public-private players – in order during SMEDSEP’s first phase. to identify, prioritize, and take action on obstacles to fulfilling economic potential of localities. Promoting economic cooperation in BIMP-EAGA. The project supports the BIMP-EAGA (Brunei Indonesia Business Development Services (BDS) Malaysia Philippines – East ASEAN Growth Area) by Sub-Sector Business Service Approach; and helping relevant institutions build capacities and eco- Sector-Specific Demand-Driven Training Products nomic cooperation in the areas of cross border trade, Both practices attempt to identify BDS investment and eco-tourism. requirements of SMEs in specific sectors by analyzing their constraints and promoting Eco-industrial development of Philippine economic commercial opportunities for growth. zones. GTZ assists the Philippine Economic Zone Au- thority ensure sustainable development in the country’s Upscaling: Enhancing SME Access to Credit economic zones through the development and imple- To increase loans to SMEs, SMEDSEP works with mentation of an eco-industrial development framework. financial institutions (e.g. rural and thrift banks) The framework reduces the negative effects of industri- and financial training providers to develop alization on the environment, enhances competitiveness knowledge and skills in SME Loan Provision. and encourages the use of ecologically-sound business practices such as recycling, and efficient use of energy. 16 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Trade policy and trade promotion. The project seeks pARtnERs to integrate trade-related technical assistance into eco- GTZ works with national and local Philippine partners nomic development strategies, in particular for trade in its programs. With SMEDSEP, GTZ partners with the in services and aquaculture. Through public discussion Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). It also cooper- and policy consultations, sector analyses, information ates with National Economic and Development Au- dissemination, and training, the project assists Filipino thority (NEDA, for trade policy and trade promotion), partners minimize the cost and maximize the benefits of Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), BIMP- international trading. EAGA Business Council and Asian Development Bank (for the BIMP-EAGA project) and various local govern- Round Table on Social Standards. This initiative aims ment units (LGUs). GTZ also works with other German to improve the implementation of social standards by agencies such as CIM, KfW Entwicklungsbank, InWEnt supporting businesses/employers and relevant stake- and DED. holders in organising and conducting tri-partite round tables as well as developing and implementing select- ed activities. COntACt inFORMAtiOn In Manila In Germany Postal address: GTZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Deutsche Gesellschaft für 10F German Development Center Technische Zusammenarbeit Technische Zusammenarbeit PDCP Bank Centre Building (GTZ) GmbH (GTZ) GmbH V.A. Rufino corner L.P. Leviste Sts. Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1-5 Postfach 5180 Salcedo Village, Makati City 65760 Eschborn 65726 Eschborn Tel. +63 2 8123165 local 46 Telephone +49 6196 79-0 Fax. +63 2 7531441 Telefax +49 6196 79-1115 Email. Martina.firstname.lastname@example.org Web. www.smedsep.ph; www.gtz.de YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 17 CENTRUM FüR INTERNATIONALE MIGRATION UND ENTWICkLUNG (CIM) The Centrum für Internationale Migration und Entwick- ees on site. Through these placements, CIM aims to lung (CIM) is the human resources placement organi- transfer knowledge and competencies so that local sation for German Development Cooperation. CIM is employees are enabled to carry on the work once the a joint operation of GTZ and the Central Placement CIM experts leave. CIM promotes assignments lasting Office of the German Federal Employment Agency between one and six years. (BA). Founded in 1980, CIM is largely financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation In place for more than 25 years, the programme em- and Development (BMZ); but other ministries, state bodies CIM’s motto of “one person can make a big and parastatal institutions, non-governmental organi- difference” and that the right person in the right place sations and the private sector also participate in CIM can initiate important changes. programmes. Nearly 600 European managers and technical experts are currently working through the AREAs OF FOCUs in thE philippinEs in CIM Integrated Experts Programme in 70 countries thE sED sECtOR throughout the world. CIM’s approach to sustainable economic development in the Philippines is carried out through the work of GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs integrated specialists in the areas of private sector pro- Through the Integrated Experts Programme, CIM links motion and vocational education/job market promo- up partner country organisations needing qualified tion. employees with highly qualified experts from Germany and other European Union countries. By doing so, CIM At least 16 CIM experts are now helping various institu- paves the way for knowledge transfer to developing, tions across the Philippines, from Baguio City to Davao transition and emergent countries. CIM experts are City in the area of private sector development, with integrated into local structures on site so that respon- special focus on Mindanao. CIM experts provide techni- sibility and ownership always remain with the local cal assistance ranging from animal products develop- employer. Following a CIM pre-selection process, the ment, furniture and handicraft production, and export employer decides which candidate is appropriate for fashion accessories design for export, to industrial pol- the position on offer, enters into a local employment lution control and industrial/hazardous waste manage- contract with that person, determines the goals of the ment, geographic information systems management, position and pays a salary commensurate with local and chamber strengthening. standards. CIM contributes to bringing up the local sal- ary offered by the employer to market levels. In the whole of Asia, CIM’s sectoral interventions are in environment/resource conservation (47.2%); for During their assignments, CIM experts pass on profes- democracy/good governance/civil society (22.6%); sional knowledge to the organisation and its employ- and economic promotion/ development of the market system (7.5%). 18 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 CIM expert Martin Reibe training food CIM expert Peter Reger with Mindanao safety teams Business Council partners ORGAnisAtiOn AnD stRUCtURE Dr. Bernhard von der Haar serves as Teamleader-Asia CIM has forged partnerships with national institutions for CIM while Nadine Rabe is the co-ordinator of the In- like Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries tegrated Expert Programme in Asia. She facilitates the (PCCCI), League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP), Phil- placement of experts to local employers in the Philip- ippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry (PIPAC), pines, Indonesia, and other Asian countries and reports and Department of Science and Technology Regional to Dr. von der Haar. Office XI as well as local business and government organisations. pARtnERs COntACt inFORMAtiOn Centrum für internationale Migra- Telephone +49-69-719121-27 Contact details of CIM experts tion und Entwicklung (CIM) Fax +49-69-719121-19 in the Philippines are provided in Mendelssohnstraße 75-77, Email Nadine.email@example.com the individual profiles 60325 Frankfurt am Main YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 19 kFW ENTWICkLUNGSBANk (kfW DEVELOPMENT BANk) KfW Entwicklungsbank (KfW development bank) finances development investments and accompanying economic and industrial infrastructure and to protect consulting services in developing countries. It carries the environment and natural resources. out its work on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and is currently cooperating with more than 100 devel- GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs oping countries on 1300 projects. The objective of Germany’s development coopera- tion is to improve the economic and social conditions KfW Entwicklungsbank is part of KfW Bankengruppe of people in developing countries. One of the most (KfW banking group), which was founded in 1948. KfW important instruments which the German government Bankengruppe is a bank for the German and European employs to reach this objective is Financial Coopera- economies and a development bank for developing tion (FC). countries. Eighty percent (80%) of its capital is held by the Federal Republic and 20% by the Federal States. Financial Cooperation steps in where long-term capital With a balance-sheet total of approximately EUR341 is lacking, where the market fails or does not yet func- billion as of end 2005, it is one of Germany´s largest tion adequately. This is where KfW Entwicklungsbank is banks. called upon: As a banking institution established to promote the Ger- • As the German Development Bank it supports de- man economy, KfW Entwicklungsbank’s lending opera- veloping countries with investments in infrastructure, tions focus on investment finance within Germany and financial systems and environmental protection. This Europe, export and project finance in both developed way it encourages the introduction of technical, eco- and developing countries and advisory services. Loan in- nomic and institutional innovations. vestment programs are extended for small and medium • The creation of efficient financial systems offers small enterprises (SMEs), environment, technology and innova- and medium-sized enterprises new opportunities. FC tion, equity participations, housing, communal infrastruc- creates opportunities for income and employment. ture projects and project finance. Export and project • The reduction of poverty is the overriding objective finance loans granted directly to buyers, banks, investors of FC. or project enterprises are in the areas of industry, energy • In crisis regions, for instance, KfW Entwicklungsbank and environmental technology, telecommunication, contributes towards stabilising social conditions by transport (shipping, aviation, land based transport, air financing employment programmes. and seaports) and raw materials extraction. • Its financing operations are not directed at isolated projects with limited local effects. KfW Entwicklungs- In the 1960’s, KfW Entwicklungsbank, on behalf of the bank supports its partners in overcoming structural German Government embarked in the promotion obstacles and initiating an economically sustainable of developing countries to finance investments and and socially just development. project-related consultancy services to expand social, 20 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Central Azucarera Don Pedro Waste Water Schuhleisten Asia Co., Inc. Copy-Milling Treatment Plant under Construction Machine for HDPE Shoe Last Asia Co., Inc. Royce Foods Corporation Cyclone and Stack AREAs OF FOCUs in thE philippinEs in thE sED sECtOR ing, printing, water distribution system, food process- Based on the development policy of the German ing, food retailing, grains processing, feed mill, plastic Government, KfW Entwicklungsbank concentrates its product manufacturing and LGU projects on drainage, operations in a country on selected priority areas. This public markets, school buildings, bridges and roads, enables its funds to be applied more efficiently. In the waterworks system, socialized housing, computerization Philippines, one of the focal areas of German develop- system, and heavy equipment procurement. ment cooperation and thus one of KfW Entwicklungs- bank’s major focuses is on sustainable economic devel- Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Program (MSME opment (SED). The overall objective of the activities of Program). The objective of the project launched in Sep- KfW Entwicklungsbank in the SED sector is to stimulate tember 2006 is to contribute to sustainably improving labour-intensive, poverty-reducing and environmentally access to credit for MSMEs, with a particular focus on sound growth in the financial and private sectors. To the regions of Visayas and Mindanao. The project-exe- this end, KfW Entwicklungsbank commits long-term cuting agency is Small Business Guarantee and Finance loans and grant funds for accompanying consulting Corporation (SBGFC), which serves as a wholesale lend- services to selected Philippine financial institutions and er to financial institutions (e.g. Thrift and Rural Banks) NGOs, in order to help enhance the financial sector by participating in the project. The project comprises (i) providing better access to micro, small and medium- the provision of EUR 11.7 million refinancing loans to sized enterprises (MSMEs) and LGUs towards financ- participating financial institutions through SBGFC, and ing infrastructure, capacity development and other (ii) a EUR 0.6 million complementary measure to assist investments. Part of KfW’s loan financing is also geared SBGFC with improving its risk management system. towards financing environmental protection measures for MSMEs. Ongoing KfW initiatives in the Philippines LGU Investment Program (LIP). Implemented by the include the following: Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP), the EUR 15 million soft loan facility seeks to increase LBP’s capacity to Credit Line for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises provide long-term credits to LGUs to contribute to the and LGUs (CMSME). The EUR 36.9 million credit line quantitative and qualitative improvement of local infra- provided to the Development Bank of the Philippines structure. The project focuses on the regions of Visayas (DBP) aims to eliminate bottlenecks in lending to and Mindanao, which together, will receive at least MSMEs and in the financing of municipal infrastruc- 50% of the loan amount. The following infrastructure ture. The project was originally intended exclusively for measures are to be financed: local roads and bridges; the financing of small and medium-sized enterprises sewage treatment elimination and flood control (to the (SMEs). Due to the strong demand for loans from micro extent that these measures are under the responsibility enterprises as well as municipalities and provinces, the of the LGUs); drinking water supply; public markets and credit line was opened for this target group in 2003. bus stations; small hydro electrical systems; environ- Projects financed by DBP under the credit line include, mental monitoring equipment; local telecommunica- among others: microfinance, medical services, trad- tion and information technology; ports; other financially YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 21 sustainable infrastructure projects in particular projects able it to issue long-term loans for municipal invest- implemented by municipal special-purpose associa- ments. The municipalities are assisted in preparing and tions (e.g., “water districts“); and feasibility studies implementing investment measures and drafting proce- relating to the above-mentioned measures. dural guidelines and specimen formats for studies, calls to tender and contracts. Industrial Pollution Control Loan Project II (ICPLP II). The objective of IPCLP, which is already in its second Upgrading of the Philippine Merchant Marine Acad- phase (Phase I: EUR 5.2 million; Phase II: EUR 10.3 mil- emy (PMMA). Completing in 2006, the project is a EUR lion), is to promote sustainable lending to small and 14.3 million development loan for the upgrading of medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to finance invest- equipment of the PMMA in Zambales. ments in environmental protection. For this purpose a lending program is implemented by the Development Dual Education and Training. This consists of an EUR Bank of the Philippines (DBP) to finance investment 7.4 million long-term loan to the Technical Education projects of SMEs which contribute to reducing indus- and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for the trial pollution. A technical assistance component pro- conduct of training in selected areas nationwide. The vides assistance to DBP in the implementation of the project ends in 2006. program, and to SME clients in the preparation, design and implementation of environmental projects. pARtnERs Credit Line for Solid Waste Management (CLSWM). KfW Entwicklungsbank mainly partners with financial The objective of the EUR 16.6 million programme is the institutions such as DBP and LBP. Philippine agencies efficient allocation of loans to meet the financial needs mainly eligible for KfW financial cooperation projects of municipalities investing in solid waste management. are LGUs and SMEs. KfW’s main German cooperation This way, it will help reduce environmental pollution and partner is the GTZ; cooperation between the two agen- health hazards due to inadequate waste disposal and cies ranges from country-specific cooperation, handling deposition and deepen the financial sector by strength- of technical issues to joint public relations and sharing ening loan finance for municipal infrastructure. Under of local offices. KfW also works with DED, InWEnt (for the lending programme, loans are extended to finance the design of training courses), and international NGOs municipal investments in the solid waste management such as Misereor and the Church Development Service. sector via DBP. Consultancy services to DBP shall en- COntACt inFORMAtiOn In Manila: Salcedo Village, Makati City East Asia and Pacific Olga R. Caday-Asaña Philippines KfW Entwicklungsbank Local Expert Phone: 0063-28-123-165 Palmengartenstrasse 5-9 KfW Entwicklungsbank Fax: 0063-27-534-800 60325 Frankfurt Local Office E-Mail: Olga.Caday@gtz.de Germany 10th Floor, PDCP Bank Phone: 0049-69 7431-3719 Center Bldg. In Germany: Fax: 0049-69 7431 2738 Rufino cor Leviste Streets Dr. Christoph Sigrist E-Mail: Christoph.Sigrist@kfw.de Regional Manager, www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de 22 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 DEUTSCHE INVESTITIONS- UND ENTWICkLUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH (DEG) DEG is one of the largest European development AREAs OF FOCUs in thE philippinEs in finance institutions and a member of the KfW Banken- thE sED sECtOR gruppe (KfW banking group). For more than 40 years, In the Philippines, DEG has been active since 1974. It DEG has been financing and structuring the invest- has worked with 1,200 companies and co-financed 31 ments of private companies in developing and tran- project enterprises with a total investment of EUR 195 sition countries. DEG invests in projects that aim to million. Its current portfolio covers 16 projects with EUR contribute to sustainable development in all sectors 83 million investments through long term loans, equity of the economy, from agriculture to infrastructure and shareholding and mezzanine finance in hospitals, steel manufacturing to services. plant, aircraft yard, toll road, water supply, telephone network and venture capital funds. GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs Since 1999 DEG has co-financed 15 PPP-projects in the DEG invests in projects that contribute to sustainable Philippines with a total implementation volume of EUR development in all sectors of the economy, from agri- 10 million, the DEG contribution amounts EUR 3 mil- culture to infrastructure and manufacturing to services. lion. Currently in performance are 6 PPP-projects (EUR 3 Its aim is to establish and expand private enterprise Mio.) with a PPP-contribution of EUR 1.1 million. structures in developing and transition countries, and thus create the basis for sustainable economic growth DEG’s main focus is on the field of qualification and and improvements in living conditions. vocational training – for aircraft mechanics, sailors, medical students, specialist doctors and general practi- As such, DEG focuses on investments in the financial tioners as well as e-learning for vocational training. sector in order to facilitate reliable access to capital locally. DEG also implements the Public-Private-Partner- Natural resource management is a second focus of ship Programme (PPP), initiated by the German Federal DEG. Among the projects it supports in this area are: Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development the development and piloting of a device to improve (BMZ). Under the PPP, DEG co-finances (non repay- monitoring and utilisation of geothermal sources as al- able) investment-tied or investment-preparing projects ternative energy for the Philippines (and other develop- committed by European companies or joint ventures ing countries); cultivation and utilisation of natural fibres related to environment protection, training, infrastruc- (abaca, banana) for automotive components to replace ture, health and industrial safety, pilot/demonstration artificial glass fibres; introduction of innovative, cost-ef- projects, qualification, product or process adjustments, fective vegetable oil cooker technology, the first project and other developmental aspects. Under PPP, DEG can of its type in a developing country. contribute up to 200,000 Euros per project to achieve development aims. YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 23 DEG public-private partnership projects in the philippines, as of December 2006 Company Brief description of the PPP-project COnClUDED pROJECts Siemens Medizintechnik, Singapore Equipment of a diagnostic institute for patients with hearing deficiencies at the University Hospital of Manila, training and upskilling of specialist doctors Lufthansa Technik Philippines Inc., Pasay Training of aircraft technicians in excess of the company’s own City, Metro Manila requirements T-Systems ITC Philippines, Inc., Metro IT training centre, pilot project within the scope of the introduction of an E- Manila, followed by Data One Metro learning system for companies and training institutes, in cooperation with Manila the Philippine Association of the Electronic Industry SARAD GmbH, Dresden Pilot project on the continuous determination of deep gases aiming at the improvement of the exploitation of geothermal energy and earthquake forecasts MarineSoft GmbH, Rostock Equipment and qualification of private Philippine maritime academies by means of computer-assisted simulation systems Bentley Systems Europe B.V., Hoofddorp Equipment of 12 universities/technicians colleges with specific software for the areas of architecture, engineering and construction, required network infrastructure and teaching materials Boehringer Ingelheim (Philippines) Inc., Improvement of diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from COPD Metro Manila (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), training of doctors and nursing staff DaimlerChrysler AG, Stuttgart I Development of a sustainable production of abaca fibres for use in automobile construction. Contribution aiming at the protection of biodiversity. BSH Bosch und Siemens Housemate, Introduction of a new technology for plant oil cookers, know-how transfer München for local production, development of self-aid systems for plant oils OnGOinG pROJECts DaimlerChrysler AG, Stuttgart II Development of a sustainable production of abaca fibres for use in automobile construction. Contribution aiming at the protection of biodiversity, part II. Wacker Machinery Philippines Inc., Cavite Vocational Training of tool and die mechanics Bayer CropScience Inc., Calamba Laguna Implementation of an integrated environmental certification scheme, training courses for suppliers, distributors and rice farmers Marlow Navigation Co. Ltd., Cypress Modernisation of two maritime schools and training of ship’s cooks East West Seed Company, Inc., Bulacan Training of farmers and setting up of production and sales cooperatives 24 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Dr. Roberto Guarte, Vice President of Leyte State University and Leyte Governor Carmen Cari showing President Gloria Macapa- gal-Arroyo the planned oil cooker, a PPP project being implemented with Bosch-Sie- mens Hausgerägt GmbH Other training projects co-financed by DEG under the • setting up of sales cooperatives for farmers PPP include the following: • implementation of integrated environmental manage- ment systems along the supply chain for sustainable • audiological treatment for Filipino doctors agriculture to farmers, suppliers and distributors. • mobile simulation systems for maritime schools • implementation of a Philippine Automotive Training • mobile simulation systems in maritime schools Center. • information technology for entrepreneurs • user software for architects, constructors, civil engi- neers and other workers in the building industry COntACt inFORMAtiOn DEG-Deutsche Investitions- und Public-Private-Partnership Project financing Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH Programme Andreas Ziesmann Belvederestr. 40, D-50933 Daniela Soehngen Vice President Cologne, Germany Investment Manager New Business Asia Special programs Tel: +49-221-4986 -1313 Tel: +49 221 4986 1335 Fax: +49-221-4986 -1106 Fax: +49-221-4986-1472 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 25 GERMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICE OR DEUTSCHER ENTWICkLUNGSDIENST (DED) Founded in 1963, the German Development Service (DED) provides European development services for per- sonnel cooperation between the Federal Republic of Germany and developing countries. DED recruits and assigns German and other European specialists in vari- ous fields to developing countries to provide technical and other assistance in development projects. It also supports local organisations and self-help initiatives by counseling, financing small programmes and promot- ing local specialists. Through these and other efforts, DED aims to promote understanding for the situation of people in developing countries among the German public and draws attention to questions concerning the common interests and problems of the One World. DED currently has almost 1,000 development workers junior German experts, and 9 Filipino experts in various working in approximately 40 countries. placements throughout the country. (See Table A) GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs In the area of Tec-Voc Education, DED strives to DED’s main thrusts are in the areas of rural develop- improve employment opportunities, enhance train- ment and management of natural resources, economic ing skills of teachers (methodologically and didacti- and employment promotion, healthcare improvements cally) and promote systematic dialog between training for disadvantaged social groups and civil peace service. institutions and industry. Towards this, DED provides Civil peace service is at the forefront of DED’s involve- further training for trainers as well as supervisors of ment, given the understanding that development coop- industry, develops appropriate training courses, advises eration efforts should not in any way cause or intensify training institutions, and assists in the certification of conflicts. DED promotes the integration of peace training institutions. building/maintaining measures in development efforts to partner countries. DED also provides private sector support through developing appropriate concepts for the promotion of AREAs OF FOCUs in thE philippinEs in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in collaboration thE sED sECtOR with chambers and industry associations. It also pro- In the Philippines, DED focuses on two main areas: vides training and information seminars, supports certi- promotion of demand-driven technical vocational edu- fication programs and promotes the local and regional cation and private sector support, particularly for local economic development (LRED) approach to planning chambers, industry associations and their members. and management. DED currently has 14 long-term German experts, 2 26 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 table A: summary of DED-supported projects in the philippines, with technical support from 14 German long- term DED specialists, 2 German Junior experts and 9 Filipino experts Name of Project Description of Project Role and responsibilities in project Strategic Corporate- Private Sector Support Implement PPP-strategies and projects Community Partnerships Partnership between the Philippine Business for Social for Local Development Progress (PBSP) and the German Development Service Program (DED). (SCOPE) Provides counterpart technical and financial assistance to encourage business practices that benefit both business and the community. Consulting: Assistance in identifying, planning and implementing CSR-initiatives that are related to company’s mainstream business Brokering of contacts: • Assist companies in finding reliable partners for their initiatives and programs, preferably among DED partners or partners of other German Development Organizations. • Assist current DED partner/s from other German Development Organizations in finding corporate partners to join, complement and enrich their existing initiatives and programs. Technical assistance: Find more corporate partners whose projects can be assisted through the deployment of a development worker Focus on projects that are related to company’s core business (i.e. by-product management, supply-chain management, business with the poor, technical vocational training.) Cebu Chamber of Private Sector Support Consultancy to the Executive Director of CCCI Commerce and Industry Improve competitiveness of local industry in Cebu and (CCCI) the marketability of Cebu SME manufactured products. Enable the Cebu Chamber to effectively support their SME members in implementing ISO Certification and environmental management systems. Ormoc Chamber of Private Sector Support • Development of strategic and operational Commerce and Industry Improvement of the business environment by procedures and tools for LRED Leyte. (LRED – SMEDSEP) developing the private sector in the Philippines, • Facilitate the strategic and operational especially in the Visayas through SME development planning of private (and occasionally) public and the creation of models for the improvement of the sector organizations cooperating in the LRED local business and investment climate. The program approach constitutes an integrated approach in the promotion of • Backstopping/Coaching LRED multiplicators. sustainable economic development. Automotive Service Private Sector Support • Training of ASAI-staff in the use of new Association, Inc., Cebu City Improvement of employment chances through support automotive electronic equipment (delivered of industry demand driven training in the automotive through EDET-Program) industry. • Development of a feasible scheme for teaching instructors from universities in the field of automotive electronics • Training of automotive instructors of other universities in automotive electronics • Enabling ASAI to continuously upgrade itself Cebu Furniture Industry Private Sector Support • Improve subcontractors of the Cebu Foundation Incorporated Development of subcontractors through in-house Furniture Industry for timely deliveries, (CFIF), seminars and individual consulting in production quality workmanship, workshop Philippine Business for planning, quality, costing, financial planning, management, towards becoming world-class Social Progress (PBSP) entrepreneurship. subcontractors. • Establishment of subcontractor accreditation system. • Strengthening of relationship between exporters and subcontractors as partners. Name of Project Description of Project Role and responsibilities in project YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 27 Don Bosco Technology Professional Training Improvement of short and long term Center, Cebu Support the DBTC in providing demand driven technical training courses (Skills Training Program) for training for the furniture export industry in cooperation underprivileged youth with CFIF The Daughters of Mary Professional Training Training program in sales technology for exploited Help Christians, Mabalacat, Promotion of an integral development of the youth and sexually abused, helpers, sex workers, and Pampanga affected by different forms of poverty through quality, other disadvantaged young women & men value-laden, vocational-technical education that leads to gainful employment The Daughters of Mary Professional Training • Training courses for about 100 Out of School Help Christians, Calapan, Agricultural training courses for impoverished Youth per year from the areas of Calapan and Mindoro indigenous mountain tribes in Mindoro Puerto Galera. • Providing the opportunity to generate income by becoming self employed agri- entrepreneurs. TESDA 7, Metalworking Professional Training • Short and long term training courses for Industries Association of Support of the MIAP at Tesda 7 Regional Training Center unemployed youth. Cebu with the implementation of a trainers training course for • Upgrading courses for supervisors of the tool and die making member companies. • Short courses for other training institutions Center for Industrial Professional Training • Curriculum improvement for highly trained Technology and Enterprise Training for Information Technology / Networking technicians in IT, who can develop and (CITE-IT), Cebu City Installation of solar powered internet cafes for public administer computer networks in small to high schools in the visayas medium size production companies. • Setup and training in project management for solar powered internet cafes. Center for Industrial Professional Training • Validation of curriculum for the industry for a Technology and Enterprise Training for Biomedical Technicians (BmT) dualized BmT program (CITE-BMT), Cebu City Improve sustainability of CITE school by generating • Teachers training, income with the setup of a calibration laboratory for bio- • Identification of areas of service for a medical testing biomedical calibration laboratory in collaboration with clients such as hospital clinics and laboratories, • Installation of the laboratory, Certification of the laboratory (ISO 17025) Systems Plus College Professional Training Implementing of a Dual-Trainings-System (DTS) Foundation, Angeles City, Electronics, Vocational Training Pampanga Angeles City National Professional Training Teachers Training in PLC-equipment as delivered Trade School (ACNTS) Electronics, Vocational Training through the German EDET-program Circle of Life - School Life-help-program for Street Children and Squatter Career development and early professional for Life, Panabo City, Children training Mindanao Bouglas Bamboo Institute Private Sector Support Support of Local Personnel (BBI), Dumaguete City Strengthen and consolidate the management systems of for BBI Management BBI, Inc. towards production efficiency and sustainable • (1) Executive Director development assistance for the partner beneficiaries in • (1) Production Supervisor for the the local communities. manufacturing of bamboo furniture & accessories Name of Project Description of Project Role and responsibilities in project 28 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Mindanao Business Private Sector Support Support of Local Personnel Council, Davao City, Institutionalization of the Events Management For the MinBC-Management. Mindanao and Marketing Unit in the MinBC Strengthen and consolidate the management systems of the MinBC • (1) Events Management Officer • (1) Events Marketing Officer Cebu Chamber of Private Sector Support Salary support for additional staff (1) for the Commerce and Industry Implementation of a quality management System Business Development Division. (CCCI) according to ISO 9001:2000. • Assistance in the processes of internal and Support of members in decision making and external audit implementation of quality management systems. • Assistance in preparation and conduct of internal and external trainings and workshops Maintenance of the internal quality management system Southeast Asian Ministers Professional Training Salary support for (1) Career Prep expert of Education Organization Career Development (SEAMEO INNOTECH) APPLIED ACADEMICS FOR EXCELLENCE or Project APEX aims to contribute to the overall socio-economic development of specific project sites addressing human resource requirements of agriculture and industry sectors through development of academically and technically prepared school graduates Systems Plus College Professional Training Implementing of a Dual-Trainings-System (DTS) Foundation, Angeles City, Electronics, Vocational Training and salary support for (1) Co-ordinator Pampanga Alternative Indigenous Professional Training Salary Support for (1) Technical Support Staff of Development Foundation, Promotion of environment-friendly appropriate the Appropriate Technology Department Inc. (AIDFI), Bacolod City technology towards sustainable development • Provision of alternative farm tools and inputs to farmers. • Training program for organizational capacity building and empowerment. • Establishment of source of organic fertilizer. Promotion and fabrication of appropriate technologies, especially water and renewable energies Philippine Business for Private Sector Support 1 Junior Expert Social Progress (PBSP) The Figaro Foundation Corporation exists to inspire a revitalization in the Philippine Coffee Industry to the end of providing a sustainable trade that improves the quality of life of coffee farmers, their families and the underprivileged dependent on the coffee trade Mindanao Business Management of institutions and • Institutionalization of the Events Management Council, Davao City Chambers of Commerce, MSME and Marketing Unit in the MinBC Promotion, Events management. • Assistance in the marketing of the MinBC 1 Junior Expert events, • Conduct of economic promotion events (Trade fairs, exhibitions/ shows) YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 29 DED expert Matthias Niggel with partners of DED expert Edgar Heinrichs with Trainers DED’s PPP in Davao at ASAI Automotive industry Association in Cebu City pARtnERs DED’s direct partners are private training institutions It also cooperates with German development coopera- and national trade schools, as well as chambers of com- tion agencies GTZ, KfW, InWEnt and CIM, as well as the merce and industry, and industry associations. Canadian International Development Agency. COntACt inFORMAtiOn In Manila In Germany DED E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst 11th Floor PDCP Bank Centre Website: http://philippines.ded.de gGmbH Building Tulpenfeld 7 V.A. Rufino cor. D- 53113 Bonn L.P. Leviste Sts. Salcedo Village Telefon: +49-(0)228/2434-0 1227 Makati City Telefax: +49-(0)228/2434-111 Metro Manila, Phillipines E-Mail: email@example.com 30 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 CAPACITY BUILDING INTENATIONALE, GERMANY OR INTERNATIONALE WEITERBILDUNG UND ENTWICkLUNG GGMBH (InWEnt) InWEnt – Capacity Building International, Germany, is a offering training, exchange of experience and dialog, nonprofit agency jointly owned by the German Federal emphasis is on e-learning-assisted networking. InWEnt Government, the Länder (federal states) and business. co-operates equally with partners from developing, It was established in 2002 through the merger of Carl transition and industrialised countries. Duisberg Gesellschaft (CDG) and the German Founda- tion for International Development (DSE). AREAs OF FOCUs in thE philippinEs in InWEnt’s main focus is on human resources and organi- thE sED sECtOR sational development within the framework of interna- In the Philippines, InWEnt offers training courses, tional cooperation. InWEnt’s range of services caters to scheduled for 2007, for key stakeholders, including lo- skilled and managerial staff as well as decision makers cal government officials, training providers, journalists from businesses, politics, governments and civil societ- and German development cooperation partners. (See ies worldwide. Each year, some 55,000 persons partici- next page for InWEnt programs for 2007) pate in InWEnt’s programmes and measures. GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs ORGAnisAtiOn/stRUCtURE InWEnt’s main objective is to support change processes Olaf Neussner is the regional co-ordinator of InWEnt of organisations and institutions that enhance efficiency for Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand. His office and effectiveness, as well as reform processes in poli- coordinates InWEnt activities in these three countries tics, administration, civil society and business that lead and reports to Sebastian Kelbling, regional co-ordina- to more democracy and prosperity. tor of Asia. Rey Naranja is deputy regional director and program officer. InWEnt programmes and measures aim at promoting change competencies on three levels: pARtnERs InWEnt’s shareholders comprise the Federal Republic • strengthening the individual’s executive competen- of Germany, represented by the Federal Ministry for cies Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the • increasing the performance of companies, organisa- Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft that represents the business tions and administrations community, and the German Foundation for Interna- • and at the political level improve decision-making tional Development that represents the Länder (Ger- skills and the capacity to act. man federal states). InWEnt’s offers tools and modules that can be adapted The majority of participants to InWEnt’s programmes to meet changing requirements in order to provide so- are recruited from other institutions of German and lutions to problems. Apart from face-to-face measures international development cooperation, such as GTZ and DED as well as Philippine partners of these organi- sations. YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 31 Rey Naranja, InWEnt deputy regional director/pro- gram officer inWEnt training programs for 2007 Program Partners Target Participants Implementation Date Regional Economic Development Regionomica, GTZ Partners 2007 for Managers SMEDSEP-GTZ Regional Economic Development Regionomica Individuals in related Oct. 2006-Sept. 2007 for Expert fields Solid Waste Management LGU of the Staff, NGOs working on Aug. 2006-Aug. 2007 Province of solid waste mgt. Negros Oriental, DED Competence in Conflict DED, GTZ German dev’t. 2007 Management institutions’ partners COntACt inFORMAtiOn In Manila In Germany Capacity Building International, Email Address: asean.info@inwent. Internationale Weiterbildung und InWEnt org.ph Entwicklung Unit D, 10th Floor, PDCP Building Web:www.inwent.org; www.inwent. Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 40 cor. LP Leviste / Rufino Sts. org.ph 53113 Bonn, Germany Salcedo Village, 1226 Makati City Phone +49 228 4460-0 Metro Manila, Philippines Fax +49 228 4460-1766 Tel: 0063 - 2 – 8126750 Web:www.inwent.org; www.inwent. Fax: 0063 - 2 – 8936173 org.ph 32 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 PHYSIkALISCH TECHNISCHE BUNDESANSTALT (PTB) It also promotes business competitiveness, enterprise PTB is Germany’s national metrology institution and development and overall economic growth by introduc- the highest technical authority under the auspices ing approaches and technologies in various aspects of of the Federal Ministry for Economics and Labour. It business, the environment, health and public safety and was founded in 1887 as the Physikalisch-Technische other aspects. Reichsanstalt on the basis of the ideas of Werner von Siemens and Hermann von Helmholtz. With a staff of 1,500, PTB performs fundamental research and provides AREAs OF WORK in thE philippinEs in scientific and technical services in quality infrastructure, thE sED sECtOR which covers all fields of metrology, standardization and In the Philippines, PTB cooperates with German and testing, quality management and conformity assess- Philippine partner agencies in the area of trade policy ment, including certification and accreditation. and national quality infrastructure. With GTZ, PTB works on the National Quality Infrastructure Services for value PTB performs fundamental research and development chains in aquacultures. PTB project adviser Clemens work in the field of metrology as a basis for all the tasks Sanetra also provides advise on the development of entrusted to it in the areas concerning the determina- services from national infrastructure project. tion of fundamental and natural constants, the realiza- tion, maintenance and dissemination of the legal units of the SI, safety engineering, services and metrology pARtnERs for the area regulated by law and for industry, as well as PTB partners with the Department of Science and technology transfer. Technology (DOST), Industrial Technology Develop- ment Institute (ITDI), Department of National Metrology Laboratory (NML), Philippine Metrology, Standards, GOAls AnD stRAtEGiEs Testing, Quality (MSTQ) Inc. and the Philippine Office With quality infrastructure declared by BMZ as an of Accreditation. important field of action in development cooperation, PTB extends its expertise to partner countries in estab- lishing internationally-acceptable standards, regulations ORGAnisAtiOn/stRUCtURE and institutions for sustainable economic development. Beginning 2004, Project Adviser conducts intermittent visits to the Philippines and other ASEAN countries. On the basis of country-specific consultancy, PTB Progress on the projects is reported to Ulrich Diek- supports governments and organisations in partner mann, PTB co-ordinator for ASEAN and Philippines. countries for integration in the global economy. It helps partners prepare for entry in multilateral and regional professional associations, and in implementing WTO agreements in connection with MSTQ (Metrology, Stan- dardization, Testing and Quality Assurance). YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 33 PTB adviser in a consultation workshop with Filipino partners COntACt inFORMAtiOn Clemens Sanetra Dieter Schwohnke firstname.lastname@example.org Technical Cooperation Department Ulrich Diekmann Tel: +49 531 592-82 00 email@example.com Fax: +49 531 592-82 25 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.ptb.de/de/org/q/q5 34 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Profile of GDC ManaGers, exPerts anD Consultants in the area of sustainable eConoMiC DeveloPMent in the PhiliPPines 36 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 GtZ staff anD ManaGers in the seD seCtor YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 37 38 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 organisational SMEDSEP (www.smedsep.ph) Martina vahlhaus chart & directory Program Manager +63 920 9124937 email@example.com ulla KePPel Carisa aleta Janelle DuMalaon Associate Expert Program Officer / M&E Expert Executive Assistant +63 918 9222984 +63 916 2388010 +63 917 8013988 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org arManDo Datuin Dante Portula lorenZo teMPlonuevo rita PilarCa Gloria aDaPon Program Officer / EE-LIC Expert Program Officer / Finance Expert Reg. Coordinator – Region 6 Reg. Coordinator – Region 7 Reg. Coordinator – Region 8 +63 927 3179630 +63 928 5039346 TVET and BDS Expert BDS Expert LRED Expert email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org +63 928 5039347 +63 928 5039344 +63 928 5039348 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com ben arvin Dela CruZ xeribel CruZ-lanDrito eDilberto Guasque Cherie shyrell Cañete Dante saJol Program Assistant - I.T. Administrative Assistant Liaison Assistant Office Manager Liaison Assistant +63 928 7026990 +63 910 7078843 +63 915 9436341 +63 915 4098988 +63 920 2391082 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org traDe PoliCy anD traDe ProMotion biMP-eaGa PeZa eiD anJa GoMM Christian WiDMann bernharD sieGele offiCes Project Manager Project Manager Project Manager GtZ office Manila (GoM), 10th +63 918 9222988 +63 917 8377848 +63 918 9791070 Floor, PDCP Bank Center, V.A. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Rufino corner L.P. Leviste Sts., Salcedo Village, Makati City | Tel. +63 2 8123165 Fax +63 2 leonarDa MenDoZa 7531441 | firstname.lastname@example.org Ceferino roDolfo Mary Jean roxas-valle reMeDios GarviDa Sr. Adviser - Trade in Services Sr. Adviser – Aquaculture Program Officer Office Manager +63 917 5313742 +63 919 2165081 +63 917 8377844 +63 918 9797449 2nd Floor, PEZA Building Roxas email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Boulevard corner San Luis Street, Pasay City Tel. +63 2 551 6561 Fax: +63 2 551 6561 anGela villanueva GraCe GarCia-soriano viCtoria aGsunoD Project Assistant Jr. Technical Staff Office Manager +63 918 3826284 +63 917 3537356 +63 919 3144042 DeD-GtZ ormoc office 2nd sMeDseP Cebu office 38 Acacia email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Floor, Ormoc Centrum, San Pedro Street, Lahug, Cebu City 6000 | St., Ormoc City | Tel. No. +63 53 Tel. +63 32 412 2256 Telefax +63 5617512 Telefax +63 2552876 32 2344494 | firstname.lastname@example.org ZenaiDa teJerero viCtor tuMilba Jenny Wael Office Manager Office Manager Office Assistant +63 915 8696819 +63 916 5323892 +63 920 5136568 Dti-GtZ iloilo office 2nd Floor, Dti-GtZ Makati office, 3rd Floor email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Trade and Industry Building, J.M. DTI BSMED Office, Oppen Build- Basa St. corner Peralta Avenue, ing 349 Sen. Gil Puyat (Buendia) Iloilo City | Telefax +63 33 3380566 Avenue, Makati City Telefax +63 2 Mobile +63 919 6562792 8978199 eDWin buCaD Liaison Assistant YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 39 +63 915 7040000 GtZ aDb liaison office Room tesDa-GtZ office, PEVOTI 4316, Asian Development Bank, Building, TESDA Complex, East #6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong Service Road, Taguig City, Tel. City | Tel. No. +63 2 6324444 ext. No. +63 2 8938397, 8405035 Fax 70223 Fax +63 2 8179095 +63 2 8179095 GtZ ProJeCt ManaGers in the seD seCtor 40 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Martina Vahlhaus Development Cooperation agency the Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation GTZ (SBGFC), her Chief of Staff and SMEDSEP Co-ordinator Geraldine Rodriguez, the Director of BSMED and the national Government Partner three DTI Regional Directors in the Visayas. Vahlhaus’ DTI work also entails co-ordinating with local government units (LGUs) and private sector organisations in improv- area/s of expertise ing SME policies, laws and regulations. In the area of (Local) Investment Climate, Impact Monitoring, Change MSME-Finance, she co-operates and co-ordinates Management very closely with KfW and InWEnt. For the Local and Regional Economic Development (LRED) project, she Contact Details in the Philippines co-ordinates with InWEnt and DED. 10th Floor, PDCP Bank Center Bldg., Rufino cor. Leviste Streets, background Salcedo Village, Makati City Martina Vahlhaus has been involved with GTZ in vari- Metro Manila, Philippines ous capacities for more than a decade. She started Telephone: (63) 920-9124937 her career in 1987 in the Federal Ministry for Economic Fax: (63 2) 817-9095 Cooperation and Development (BMZ). In 1993, she Email: Martina.Vahlhaus@gtz.de joined the consulting firm ICON Institute where she performed project management and backstopping Description of Work in the Philippines functions for a number of GTZ and European Union Martina Vahlhaus currently manages the Small and projects in Turkey, Poland and Albania. In 1995, she Medium Enterprise Development for Sustainable started working in GTZ Head Quarters backstopping, Employment Program (SMEDSEP) of GTZ. With a advising and evaluating in the area of small enterprise staff complement of 10, she co-ordinates GTZ activi- development projects in West Africa. After four years, ties in the area of sustainable economic development she moved to Asia to become GTZ’s Senior Advisor for with other donor agencies and German Development Private Development in the Asian region and then as Cooperation organisations in Visayas. In this function SMEDSEP Program Manager in the Philippines. she is also responsible for GTZ –activities in the sector including Trade, Eco-Industrial Management Methods She holds a Master of Science in Economics degree in Economic Zones and Social Standards. from the University College Swansea, Centre for De- velopment Studies in Great Britain as well as a Bach- Within SMEDSEP, she performs an advisory role in the elor Degree in European Business Management from implementation and monitoring of SMED Plans and the Reutlingen in Germany and Reims in France. Her formal streamlining of business registration procedures which education was enhanced by subsequent trainings on generally benefits micro, small and medium enterprises. change management processes, strategic planning, Her Counterparts at the DTI are the Undersecretary for and organizational development. Small and Medium Enterprises who concurrently chairs YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 41 anja goMM Through the project, Gomm works to promote syner- Development Cooperation agency gies among various agencies and initiatives in the trade German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) of aquaculture products and the “new” field of services trade. Gomm’s work also involves creating more aware- national Government Partner ness and actions to resolve overlaps and gaps in regula- DTI, NEDA tory mandates in food security and services. area/s of expertise Gomm works directly with the National Economic and Trade, SME development, local and regional economic Development Authority (NEDA) and the Department development of Trade and Industry (DTI) and coordinates with the office of DTI Undersecretary Tomas Aquino and NEDA Contact Details in the Philippines Deputy Director General Margarita Songco. Other part- 9th Floor, PDCP Bank Center Bldg., Rufino cor. ners Gomm works with under the project are the Philip- Leviste Streets, Salcedo Village, Makati City pine Services Coalition (PSC under the ITC Geneva), Telephone: +632-812 3165 local 33 Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), Fax : +632-753 1441 various associations, the national academe and a num- Mobile : +63 918 922 2988 ber of donor projects supported by CIDA, EU, USAID, Email: Anja.Gomm@gtz.DE AusAID, World Bank and the International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD). Description of Work in the Philippines Anja Gomm is project manager of Trade Policy and background Trade Promotion Project of GTZ. Under the project, Anja Gomm has been in the Philippines since 2005. she works with government, private sector and aca- She works closely with DED and CIM. Her professional demic institutions to improve the basis for political and background is that of an economist, geographer and entrepreneurial decision making in 2 service sectors anthropologist. She has been with GTZ for 10 years. (health and transport) and 2 aquaculture commodity groups (bangus or milkfish production and shellfish). The project aims to strengthen institutional capacities through sector analysis, training, information dissemina- tion, facilitation and consultations. 42 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 christian WidMann Development Cooperation agency In the Philippines, Widmann works with the Mindanao GTZ Economic Development Council (MEDCO) and the DTI regional office in Davao City. Widmann also works national Government Partner directly with the BIMP Facilitation Center (public sector MEDCO, DTI Region XI Office coordination unit), BIMP-EAGA Business Council (pri- vate sector co-ordinating unit) – both located in Kota area/s of expertise Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Widmann also contributes SME, vocational training, cross-border trade to the preparation of the Small and Medium Enterprise Development for Sustainable Employment Program Contact Details in the Philippines (SMEDSEP). GTZ – BIMP-EAGA Liaison Office, Rm. 6226, Asian Development Bank, 6 ADB Avenue, background Mandaluyong City Widmann has been working with GTZ in the Philippines Telephone: +63 2 632 4444 ext. 70441 since 2001. He has also served as project manager for Fax: +63 2 817 9095 the promotion of small and medium scale enterprises Mobile: +63 917 8377848 (SMEs) in Eastern Europe with Deutsche Ausgleichs- Email: Christian.firstname.lastname@example.org bank (now part of KfW Group) and as desk officer for vocational training and higher education with the Ger- Description of Work in the Philippines man Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Develop- Christian Widmann is the project manager of GTZ for ment (BMZ) in Bonn, Germany. Windmann holds a mas- Promoting Economic Cooperation in the Brunei-In- ters degree in the economies of developing countries donesia-Malaysia-Philippines – East Asia Growth Area from the University Heidelberg (BIMP-EAGA). The project aims to promote cross-bor- der trade, investment, and tourism in four countries and availability for other Projects specifically in Mindanao and Palawan in the Philippines. Christian Widmann may be invited as a speaker in his areas of expertise. YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 43 Bernhard siegele Development Cooperation agency management, stakeholder dialogue and coordination, GTZ and environmental protection initiatives within the PEZA Environmental Safety Group of GTZ. national Government Partner PEZA He is an accredited environmental verifier for envi- ronmental management and auditing systems (EMAS area/s of expertise regulation 1836/93) of the European Union. Environmental Management; Industrial Development background Contact Details in the Philippines Bernhard Siegele studied Polymer Science and Engi- Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) neering at Mining University Leoben, Austria, Gradua- Roxas Boulevard corner San Luis Street tion (Dipl.-Ing.) and took a postgraduate course in Envi- Pasay City, Metro Manila ronmental Corporate Management at Vienna University Telephone: +63 2 551 6561 of Economics. Fax: +63 2 551 6561 Mobile: +63 918 9791070 He has worked in various countries, as CP programme Email: Bernhard.email@example.com co-ordinator for UNIDO in Egypt and international proj- ect manager in the Environment and Processes Division Description of Work in the Philippines of BRGM, in Orleans, France, among other posts. Bernhard Siegele started his GTZ assignment in the Philippines in September 2006 under the Small and availability for other Projects Medium Enterprise Development for Sustainable Em- Bernhard Siegele can be contacted at the numbers ployment Program (SMEDSEP). He is involved in project given above for possible short-term projects. 44 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Katja trappe-WillMs Development Cooperation agency retail businesses by setting up a uniform audit system GTZ based on SA8000 and initiating a regular Round Table for advisory support and as a multistakeholder forum. national Government Partner The project is jointly undertaken by GTZ under its Small none and Medium Enterprise Development for Sustain- able Employment Program (SMEDSEP) program and area/s of expertise AVE (Foreign Trade Association for the German Retail Social standards, Corporate social responsibility, multi- Trade). stakeholder dialogues, co-financing, law As national co-ordinator, Trappe-Willms works with the Contact Details in the Philippines Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP), 9th Floor, PDCP Bank Center Bldg., which serves as implementing agency for organizing Rufino cor. Leviste Streets, Round Tables and advocating social accountability. Salcedo Village, Makati City Telephone: +632-812 3165 background Fax : +632-753 1441 Trappe-Willms is a lawyer by profession. She has served Mobile : +63-917 888 5001 as a consultant of the International Labor Organization Email : Katja.firstname.lastname@example.org (ILO) in the Philippines. Description of Work in the Philippines availability for other Projects Katja Trappe-Willms is national co-ordinator of the Katja Trappe-Willms may be invited to multi-stake- project “Introduction of a Uniform Model for Improving holder dialogues on social standards, compliance and Social Standards.” The project aims to improve social corporate social responsibility (CSR). standards in companies supplying goods to German YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 45 CiM Co-orDinator anD exPerts 46 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 nadine raBe Development Cooperation agency Description of Work CIM Nadine Rabe works as the co-ordinator of the Inte- grated Expert Programme in Asia. She facilitates the national Government Partner placement of CIM expert personnel from Germany and n/a Europe in countries like the Philippines, Indonesia and Timor-Leste. She co-ordinates with experts on their area/s of expertise work in these countries. Economics, Ethnology, Psychology Contact Details in Germany Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) Mendelssohnstraße 75-77, 60325 Frankfurt am Main Telephone: +49-69-719121-27 Fax: +49-69-719121-19; +49-162-4008134 Email: Nadine.email@example.com YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 47 ingrid haufe Development Cooperation agency Haufe also provides technical assistance on improving CIM the library as information hub of the Foundation. national Government Partner background DENR Haufe studied goldsmith crafting and modern industrial technologies for mass production at the Academy of area/s of expertise Art and Design in Halle. She graduated with a diploma Institute Development and Product Development in Industry Design in fashion accessories and free art jewelry and worked as a freelance jewelry designer cre- Contact Details in the Philippines ating sculptures and vessels in her own studio. She has Fashion Accessories Manufacturers and Exporters participated in numerous exhibitions and workshops, (FAME Foundation Inc.) both nationally and internationally, and has collaborat- 6000 Cebu City, Sudlon Lahug, ed with different designers in the process. Haufe has DOST Compound, at CJC also worked on restoring valuable pieces of jewelry and Telephone +6332225-0851 or 255-0861 other vessels at the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg Halle Fax +6332255-0832 - Landeskunst Museum Sachsen-Anhalt and utilizes Mobile +639062914586 video, web and digital graphics for design develop- Email Ingrid_haufe@gmx.net ment and presentation. Description of Work in the Philippines Many of her pieces have been published in design Ingrid Haufe facilitates institution building activities for magazines such as Art and Art Aurea and are in mu- the Fashion Accessories Manufacturers and Exporters seums (such as the Staatliche Kunstsammlung Berlin (FAME) Foundation Philippines in Cebu. Her term at Koepenick and the Grassi Museum Leipzig) or in private FAME Foundation started in 2003, and she is now on collections. She also co-founded the art group “Halle- her fourth year at the Foundation. Haufe has developed West” and has received numerous lectureships from and implemented short-term and long-term trainings institutes such as the Academy of Art and Design, and for metal prototype makers and designers. She also the Academy of Media. serves as leader and design consultant of SMEs and product development program for fashion accessories. availability for other Projects Her work has enabled her to witness the improving Ingrid Haufe can be contacted to facilitate seminars quality of their products while enjoying the personal that can be offered through FAME. development of teams involved. 48 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 peter hautzinger Development Cooperation agency CIM materialize. national Government Partner background DA, APDC-Bureau of Animal Industry Hautzinger’s relevant experience dates back to 1981 when he sourced equipment and plant machinery and area/s of expertise headed the departmental product testing laboratory Project management; Institutional development; Ca- at a University for Applied Science in Germany. Since pacity building; Small-scale enterprise development; then he has supervised the restructuring of a meat shop Meat processing technology business in Germany and has served as a FAO consul- tant in the rehabilitation of training facilities. Contact Details in the Philippines Bureau of Animal Industry (APDC) Under the GTZ/CIM program, he also spent 6 years APDC at A. Fernando Street, Marulas, Valenzuela City as Chief Technical Adviser at the Uganda Industrial Telephone +632-2779061 Research Institute (UIRI) in Kampala which involved Mobile +63927-3122072 developing training modules on plant management Email firstname.lastname@example.org and processing, conduct of regional training courses on basic meat handling and processing for participants Description of Work in the Philippines from 14 African countries, collaborating with non-gov- Peter Hautzinger is currently working as Chief Technical ernment organisations, and product development and Adviser (CTA) and Project Manager of the Asia Pacific trial marketing of low-cost value-added products. Meat Project (APMP) which is funded by the CFC, FAO, GTZ/CIM and located at the Animal Products Develop- Hautzinger has also served as adviser on slaughter- ment Center. The project is executed by the UNOPS. house rehabilitation, backyard poultry production, pro- His responsibilities include planning and overseeing the cessing and marketing, and game cropping schemes. rehabilitation of the facilities, organizing staff training, His work brought him to countries such as Iraq, Italy, and co-ordinating in-house and outreach training activi- Uganda, Kenya, Thailand, Vietnam and the Caribbean. ties. He is also in charge of implementing the regional He also conducted workshops on meat-drying tech- training program on slaughtering, meat handling and nologies for food preservation, food canning technolo- hygiene and meat processing technologies for partici- gies, basic village level meat processing and basic food pants from 20 countries in the Asia Pacific. In addition, handling and processing for women and youth groups. he plans and supervises local equipment fabrication for meat training centers and ensures regional cooperation availability for other Projects on training and industrial services for small and medium Peter Hautzinger can be contacted through email for enterprises. He enjoys the challenging project design possible work partnerships in his areas of expertise. of his work as well as the opportunity to see ideas, jointly developed with counterparts in various countries, YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 49 Wolfgang hirsch Development Cooperation agency background CIM Hirsch studied mechanical engineering at the University of Duisburg. He started out as a toolmaker’s apprentice national Government Partner and later became a toolmaker himself at Wirth & Co. TESDA KG in Erkelenz. He worked as a technical college teach- er for 10 years. He has participated in further teacher area/s of expertise training and additional training involving curriculum Metals & Engineering implementation and quality management. Contact Details in the Philippines availability for other Projects TESDA - CAR Hirsch can be contacted for speaking engagements, Loakan Road, Baguio City training and future placement in his areas of expertise. Telephone: 074-305-2405 Mobile: 09216907965 Email: Hirsch10@gmx.de Description of Work in the Philippines Wolfgang Hirsch’s work in the Philippines started in November 2003 and will be completed in July 2007. His work involves ensuring coordination and cooperation between the Cordillera Skills Development Center, local companies and universities. He works with partners to develop strategies to promote the use of dual training systems nationwide. His responsibilities include assisting TESDA in the creation of a highly skilled workforce sufficient to meet the needs of the Philippine economy by implementing dual training programs and optimizing the use of existing training centers and schools. 50 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 torsten Kilian Development Cooperation agency CIM ing and product development activities for member companies such as organising trade fairs, establishing national Government Partner shops, sales systems, promotion materials, and the DTI like. He sees good prospects for BPAEV with the fast development of the organisation, the full commitment area/s of expertise of their employees, especially its executive director, and Business and institutional management; wood science the increasing participation of member companies. and technology; wood products, furniture and handi- craft production; cocowood processing; architecture; background marketing; trade fair organisation; feasibility studies Torsten Killian holds a Diplom-Holzwirt in Wood Sci- ence and Technology/Wood Management from the Contact Details in the Philippines University of Hamburg, Germany. He has worked in vari- Bahandi Producers Association of Eastern Visayas ous countries, including Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, (BPAEV) Tanzania, and Guyana, as consultant on wood products DTI-Bldg., Pawing, Palo, Leyte manufacturing, marketing, investment planning and Telephone: 053-323 4588 analysis, training and waste management. Mobile : 0921-2123447 Email : Torkilian@gmx.de Description of Work in the Philippines Torsten Kilian works as consultant of the Bahandi Pro- ducers Association of Eastern Visayas (BPAEV) to sup- port the capacity-building and development of BPAEV and its member companies. His direct counterpart is the executive director of BPAEV. He performs several responsibilities for different projects implemented for or in cooperation with supporting organisations. Kilian advises the association on how to establish marketing and product development systems, business services, networks, databases and information materials, and assists in organizing training courses for employees of BPAEV’s member companies. Kilian also supports the direct and indirect market- YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 51 dr. andreas König Development Cooperation agency assessment and recommendation on the issuance CIM of environmental clearances for projects. König also manages the DENR/EMB-7 laboratory and serves as national Government Partner resource speaker at seminars, technical conferences, DENR and public hearings. area/s of expertise He is also concluding his term as project co-ordinator of Industrial pollution control, environmental impact as- the Asian Development Bank-funded pilot and demon- sessment, water quality assessment stration activity (PDA) for a wastewater treatment facility project at a municipality north of Cebu City. The PDA Contact Details in the Philippines attempts to address rampant sanitation problems in the DENR, Environmental Management Bureau, Philippines and is a spin-off from regular activities and Region 7 Office duties of Andreas at DENR/EMB-7 Office. König is also Greenplains Subdivision, Banilad, Mandaue City thesis advisor and part-time lecturer on environmental Telephone: +63323461647 management in the University of San Carlos in Cebu Fax: +639179723730 City. Email: email@example.com background Description of Work in the Philippines Andreas König obtained his doctoral degree in civil Andreas König has been working in the Philippines engineering specializing in sanitary engineering, water since 2001. He serves as resource person for the Pollu- quality and solid waste management in 1998. He was a tion Control Division of the Department of Environment university lecturer on “water and wastewater chemistry” and Natural Resources – Environmental Management for environmental engineering students and has au- Bureau Region VII (DENR-EMB Region VII) which moni- thored several journal articles and publications focusing tors industrial pollution in the region. As team leader on the use of biosensors for environmental monitoring for assessing water quality of major water ways in the and control. He also supervised research projects on en- region, König is involved in the preparation of an exten- vironmental toxicity at the Department of Hydrochemis- sive ecological profile of Region 7. The work includes try in the University of Stuttgart, Germany. conducting in-depth studies on the water quality of major water bodies in the region, and consolidating pri- He is certified to do S1 research on genetically engi- mary and secondary data on other environmental issues neered organisms and currently has a patent applica- such as air quality and industrial emissions. tion pending for recombinant yeast cells and a method for detecting estrogenic substances. In addition, König is the chairperson of the review com- mittee of DENR’s Environmental Impact Assessment availability for other Projects Division. The committee aims to formulate a detailed König can be contacted for speaking engagements. 52 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 gerhard rainer Development Cooperation agency CIM Rainer holds a degree in interior design and wood- working from the Academy of Engineering and Interior national Government Partner Design in Vienna/Austria and a masteral degree in none sociology of development planning from the University of Bielefeld/Germany. area/s of expertise Management/Organisational Consultant He worked with various organisations, including the Department of Technical Advising (and later on, prod- Contact Details in the Philippines uct manager) at Hettich International, VBH/AG and Association of Negros Producers (ANP) Woodworking Enterprises. He also served as an adviser 9th Corner Lacson Street, Bacolod City, Negros Occ. on furniture production and management, as well as for Telephone 034 435 0717 strategy, business development and organisation. Mobile 0916 660 9360 Email firstname.lastname@example.org availability for other Projects Rainer can be contacted to give SINFONIE® workshops. Description of Work in the Philippines Gerhard Rainer works with the Association of Negros Producers’ Board of Trustees to facilitate organisational change in the association’s professional structures within 2 years. His aim is to make business services organisations (BSOs) more professional while improv- ing the services of the association to enable members to address market and stakeholders needs. He has several ongoing projects, which include improving company by-laws and establishing a good governance handbook, facilitating the reorganisation of manage- ment structures, and establishing an improved salary structure. His ultimate aim in establishing a transparent and well-governed association is to create a blueprint for other BSOs. background YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 53 peter reger Development Cooperation agency He specifically provides support to the MinBC Chair- CIM person and Board of Directors in organisational de- velopment, institution building and capacity building organisational Partner of the chamber and industry system in Mindanao. He Mindanao Business Council (MinBC) also assists in SME development in Mindanao for the BIMP-EAGA while helping monitor and implement area/s of expertise internal and external programmes towards improving Economic Development, Business Creation, Chamber cooperation between the chambers and international Management, Micro-finance, Active Labor Market Sup- associations and partners. port Schemes, South East Asian Intercultural Compe- tence (esp. Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia) Reger sees long-term benefits if MinBC and BEBC are strengthened towards providing a broad range of sup- Contact Details in the Philippines port for enterprises and private sector organisations in Mindanao Business Council the BIMP – EAGA region. DCCCII Building, JP Laurel Ave., Bajada, Davao City 8000 background Phone +63 (0)82- 224 2581 / 224 0763 Peter Reger has a Diploma in Business Administration. Fax +63 (0)82 - 224 25 81 / 224 0763 Before coming to the Philippines, he worked in finance Mobile +63-(0)926 - 231 26 20 and business consulting related tasks in several coun- Email email@example.com tries including Germany, Mexico, Russia, United States and most recently, Indonesia. From 2001 to 2004 he Description of Work in the Philippines was the GTZ-Team leader in Integrated Economic and Peter Reger started as CIM expert in 2005 working on Human Resource Development and GTZ-Programme a number of special programmes and activities for the Advisor of the Regional Economic Development in Mindanao Business Council (MinBC) based in Davao Indonesia. His tasks included institution-building, City. He provides support for the following projects of economic advise, public relations and knowledge MinBC (1) MinBC’s chairmanship in the Brunei-Indo- management. Before working in Indonesia, he was the nesia-Malaysia-Philippines – East ASEAN Growth Area head of the Department for Business Creation of the (BIMP-EAGA) Business Councils (BEBC) until 2009, (2) State Agency of the Land Brandenburg for Structure support in the development and implementation of and Labor, where he promoted SME, assisted in im- the BIMP – EAGA Roadmap, where the BIMP-EAGA proving public finance systems (in partnership with the Business Council (BEBC) is in a lead position, (3) International Labor Organisation) and provided direct assistance in the revision and implementation of the consulting for businesses and SMEs. BEBC work plan, and (4) organisational development of BEBC and MinBC as the regional leading private availability for other Projects: sector institutions. Peter Reger can be contacted for discussion and ex- change on other projects. 54 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Martin rieBe Development Cooperation agency CIM in Cebu City which was later replicated in Davao City. He selected, trained and advised a group of 7 people national Government Partner in Cebu City and 9 in Davao City to become food safety DOST experts with skills in basic hygiene, good manufactur- ing practices (GMP), and advanced Hazard Analysis and area/s of expertise Critical Control Point (HACCP). These teams now con- Laboratory management and quality assistance; duct trainings for food handlers and support small and food safety medium enterprises (SMEs) with food safety advices. With the success of this initiative, other regions are aim- Contact Details in the Philippines ing to replicate it. Since Mindanao is the raw material DOST Region 7 Regional Standards and Testing Center source of many food processors in Cebu, Riebe envi- Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City sions interregional collaboration that can ensure food Telephone: (63 32) 254-7051 safety “from farm to fork”. Fax : (63 32) 254-7049 Mobile : 0921 6693 998 background Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Martin Riebe is a graduate of Natural Geography, Biol- ogy and Chemistry of the University in Lund (southern Description of Work in the Philippines part of Sweden). He started as an analytical chemist of Martin Riebe’s main assignment as a CIM expert has AB Draco in Lund, a pharmaceutical company that is been to provide laboratory support for DOST Region now a part of AstraZeneca. Later, he started a labora- VII. Since his arrival in the Philippines in 2004, he has also tory at a biotechnology company dealing in e. coli helped the DOST laboratory in Cebu City get its ISO fermentations and anaerobic wastewater treatment. In 17025 accreditation from the Department of Trade and 1996, he took over the Nestle regional laboratory for Industry - Bureau of Product Standards- Laboratory Ac- the Nordic countries as laboratory manager-- first the creditation Scheme in 2005. Riebe continues to provide chemical laboratory and two years later, the whole labo- support by giving training in internal auditing and imple- ratory. During this stint, he pushed for the accreditation menting tougher interpretations of standards which are of the whole laboratory. Later, he also became the being used in countries where laboratory accreditation QA manager in the same company. This job led him to has been a long-time practice, such as in Europe. audit several raw material suppliers around the world, which enriched his knowledge in GMP and food safety Riebe also helped pioneer the creation of food safety (HACCP). In 2004, he started his own company with the teams in DOST’s regional offices (Cebu and Davao). purpose of performing BRC, EFSIS and ISO17025 audits These teams seek to raise the standards of food safety as well as helping food producers with quality-related among food manufacturers and in DOST projects and issues. At present, he is a Consultant of the Regional aim to mainstream model practices in food safety to Standards and Testing Center of DOST 7. the public. He first created a team in DOST Region VII YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 55 dr. roBert riethMueller Development Cooperation agency background CIM Dr. Riethmueller’s stint with Geoplan is his second as- signment in the Visayas. His first assignment involved national Government Partner assisting the Philippines –German Cebu Upland Proj- DOST ect (CUP) as Advisor for Regional Planning from 1986 to 1992. At CUP, he set up the project area database area/s of expertise and improved the sub-district development plans of Regional Planning; Geographic Information Systems the LGU partners. (GIS) His two decades at GTZ also took him to Vietnam Contact Details in the Philippines where he was Project Manager and Advisor for Region- Geoplan Cebu Foundation, Inc. al Planning and Economic Development Promotion RICTC Bldg., DOST 7 Compound, Gov. M. Cuenco of the Vietnamese-German Provincial Development Ave., Banilad, Cebu City Planning Project in Ha Tinh Province; and Sri Lanka Telephone: (63 32) 416-2855 where he was Consultant for Regional Planning of the Fax: (63 32) 231-6209 Sri Lankan – German Regional Rural Development Mobile: 0917-322-3948 Project- Kandy (RRDP-Kandy). Email: email@example.com Dr. Riethmueller obtained his PhD and Master Science Description of Work in the Philippines degrees in Geography both from the Justus Liebig Dr. Riethmueller is a CIM expert assigned at the Geo- University in Germany. He later took up further post- plan Cebu Foundation, Inc to assist clients in their GIS- graduate studies on economical aspects of agricultural based project conceptualization and implementation. development at the Technical University of Berlin and He is involved in three projects – the eLGU GIS Project a postgraduate course at the International Institute funded by the National Computer Center (NCC) where for Aerospace and Earth Science in Enschede, The he conducts trainings and undertakes project docu- Netherlands. His most recent publication was featured mentation; the Online Project Monitoring website for in the book “Experiences with GIS-application in the the Province of Negros Oriental where he prepares Framework of German Technical Cooperation” where base maps, conducts trainings and project documen- he discussed “GIS use for private and public sector tation; and the Municipal Atlas of Sibulan, Negros applications: An example from Kandy, Sir Lanka” pub- Oriental and Camalig, Albay, Bicol where he supports lished in Germany. the Geoplan staff in designing base maps, preparing training manuals, conducting field surveys and train- availability for other Projects ing, testing and applying new methods in accessing Dr. Riethmueller can be tapped as a trainor by other and using satellite image data and documentation of organisations in the Philippines for their GIS and re- project progress. gional planning through arrangements with Geoplan. 56 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 dr. georg stenz Development Cooperation agency CIM toring from Dr. Stenz, CCTFI recently attained the ISO 14001 certification, a new affirmation of the company’s national Government Partner strengthened position in the industry since it began None offering a one-stop solution for Cebu City’s hazardous wastewater treatment and sludge disposal needs. Dr area/s of expertise Stenz now serves as technical manager of CCFTI. Analytical and environmental chemistry, domestic and hazardous waste management, domestic and industrial background waste water treatment, quality assurance, quality and Dr. Stenz has a PhD in analytical and environmental environmental management systems (ISO 9001 and ISO chemistry from the Institute of Sanitary Engineering, 14001, ISO 17025) Water Quality and Solid Waste Management, University of Stuttgart, Germany and a Master of Science degree Contact Details in the Philippines in chemistry from the University of Tubingen in Ger- Cebu Common Treatment Facility, Inc. many. He served as head of the department for quality Sanitary Landfill Compound, White Road, Inayawan, assurance and consultancy for environmental manage- 6000 Cebu City ment systems at the Institute Prof. Jager in Tubingen, Telephone (63 32) 273 3137 Germany. Fax (63 32) 273 3137 Mobile (0927) 4158277 availability for other Projects Email firstname.lastname@example.org (office) Dr. Stenz has trained his staff (a chemist and a chemical email@example.com (private) engineer) to conduct regular lectures and seminars on pollution control and hazardous waste management. Description of Work in the Philippines Members of his team can be invited as resource per- The technical cooperation between the Philippines sons on these topics. (through the Department of Environment and Natural Resources) and Germany (through the GTZ) signed in 1991 has translated to multimillion peso grants for infra- structure projects, one of which was the establishment of the Cebu Common Treatment Facility, Inc. (CCTFI). When the management of CCTFI requested for techni- cal assistance for its operation, the German government sent Dr. Stenz to Southern Philippines. As a chemist with expertise in hazardous waste management, indus- trial waste water treatment, and environmental manage- ment systems (ISO 14001), Dr. Stenz helped operation- alise CCTFI. After barely three years of technology sharing and men- YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 57 KfW entWiCKlunGsbanK staff anD KfW entWiCKlunGsbanK -finanCeD Consultants 58 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Maria norMa olga caday-asaña Development Cooperation agency Caday-Asaña works in the Country Team Regional De- KfW Entwicklungsbank partment I (L1a- Southeast and East Asia, Pacific) under Dr. Christoph Sigrist, Regional Manager-East Asia and national Government Partners Pacific of KfW Entwicklungsbank in Frankfurt, Germany. NEDA, DBP, LBP, SBGFC, PBSP She is often invited to speak on KfW’s work and pro- grams. area/s of expertise Project Packaging and Financing, Development Eco- Caday-Asaña is also concurrently the information nomics, Organisational Development manager of the GTZ Office Manila, providing support to the country director, program and project advisers Contact Details in the Philippines and GTZ-IS unit on pipeline and future development 10th Floor, PDCP Bank Center Bldg., cooperation projects. Rufino cor. Leviste Streets, Salcedo Village, Makati City background Telephone: +632-812 3165 local 27 Before joining KfW Entwicklungsbank and GTZ, Caday- Fax: +632-753 4800 Asaña served as economics research consultant of the Mobile: +63-917-621 1272 Asian Development Bank and chief economic develop- Email: Olga.Caday@gtz.de ment specialist involved in public investment and exter- nal assistance programming with the National Econom- Description of Work in the Philippines ic and Development Authority, among other posts. She Olga Caday-Asaña is the overall co-ordinator of the holds masters degrees in Business Administration from financial cooperation (FC) portfolio of KfW Entwick- the Ateneo Graduate School of Business and in Devel- lungsbank in the Philippines. She co-ordinates with and opment Economics from the Center for Development supports KfW headquarters in Frankfurt and Philippine Economics, Williams College. She recently completed partners in the preparation and implementation of the an organisational development training course. FC Philippine Country Portfolio. Specifically, Caday- Asaña supports the identification and development of availability for other Projects new projects as well as ensures logistical, administrative Olga Caday-Asaña can be invited as resource person and other support to partners, consultants and experts on KfW work and programs. in the implementation of ongoing projects. YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 59 dr. Matthias huMMel Development Cooperation agency control measures for private enterprises, the provision KfW Entwicklungsbank of credit facilities for investments in micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME), as well as on LGU national Government Partners investments. NEDA, DBP, LBP, SBGFC, PBSP background area/s of expertise Dr. Hummel is an industrial engineer by profession and Banking and infrastructure finance, environmental and has a doctoral degree in environmental and resource resource economics economics. He has financial and economic expertise in the banking and infrastructure sectors. Before join- Contact Details in the Philippines ing KfW Entwicklungsbank, he worked as a research KfW and teaching associate at the Institute of Economics c/o Olga Caday-Asana at Darmstadt University of Technology. Since 2001, he PDCP Bank Center, 10th Floor has been working in several positions at KfW Entwick- Corner V.A. Rufino / L.P. Leviste Streets lungsbank, most recently as Project Manager for water Salcedo Village, Makati City supply, sewerage and solid waste management projects Telephone: +63-2-812-3165 loc. 27/ in south-eastern Europe. +63-2-753-4800 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org availability for other Projects Dr. Hummel can be contacted for speaking engage- Description of Work in the Philippines ments in his area of expertise. In March 2006, Dr. Matthias Hummel took over the responsibility for KfW’s Sustainable Economic Development projects in the Philippines and Indonesia as Principal Project Manager of KfW Entwicklungsbank. He oversees project preparation, appraisal, supervision, evaluation and sectoral policy advice. While he is based at KfW headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, he frequently visits the Philippines. He works closely with DBP, LBP and SBGFC, supervising the development and implementation of various credit and loan facilities. These include loan facilities on industrial pollution 60 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 gernod dileWsKi Development Cooperation agency Consultant of DBP financed by KfW Entwicklungsbank to the implementation of the credit line on sold waste management in the country. national Government Partners NEDA, DBP background Gernod Dilewski has been a partner and senior consul- area/s of expertise tant of the German consulting firm Infrastruktur & Um- Solid Waste Management welt, Professor Böhm und Partner for 14 years now. His expertise in solid waste management and environmen- Contact Details in the Philippines tal planning has brought him to many countries around KfW-CLSWM the world including China, Egypt, USA, Germany, DBP/DCI, 22/F Pacific Star Building Mexico, Morocco, Palestine, Philippines, South-East-Al- Sen. Gil Puyat cor. Makati Ave. Makati City bania, Thailand, Syria, Brazil, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen and Telephone:+632 8480277loc 5203/5204 The Netherlands for long-term and short-term environ- Fax: +632 8480658 mental and solid waste management projects. He has Email: email@example.com, several publications on sustainable waste management firstname.lastname@example.org in developing countries and has provided workshops and lectures on waste treatment and disposal technolo- gies. He has also written guidelines and manuals on Description of Work in the Philippines selected SWM topics. Gernod Dilewski of the German consulting company Infrastruktur & Umwelt (Infrastructure & Environment) availability for other Projects has been a consultant of DBP in the implementation of Gernod Dilewski can be tapped as consultant and the Credit Line for Solid Waste Management (CLSWM) expert for solid waste management. since November 2004. As Project Director of a team of long-term and short-term experts, his assignments includes several missions to the Philippines until his assignment ends in October 2008. He hopes that his work will assist DBP, local government units and private companies that are active in sold waste management. While Dilewski is upbeat about his work in the Philip- pines, he sees the limited enforcement of RA 9003 and the IRR on Solid Waste Management as a big challenge YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 61 Wolfgang heupel Development Cooperation agency background Consultant of DBP financed by KfW Entwicklungsbank In the last ten years, Wolfgang Heupel has worked in In- donesia, Armenia, Lithuania and Chile, developing cer- national Government Partner tification and training systems, sustainable market hous- SBGFC ing finance schemes, enhancing credit procedures and projects, reviewing lending IT systems and developing area/s of expertise microfinance training programs. His work has benefited Banking and Finance the financial sector in these countries including com- mercial banks, MFIs, rural banks, training institutes and Contact Details in the Philippines apex bodies. He enjoys co-ordinating professionally Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation with project partners, developing integrated project 18th floor, 139 Corporate Center designs and aiming for ambitious targets. 139 Valero Street, Salcedo Village 1227 Makati City availability for other Projects Mobile: +63 92 05808898 (BAI) Wolfgang Heupel can be tapped as local partner for Email: email@example.com future training and advisory services management Description of Work in the Philippines Wolfgang Heupel is the Project Director of the German consulting company Bankakademie International (BAI) for the MSME Program with SBGFC. He will work in the Philippines on intermittent assignments for a period of 18 months, starting October 2006. He will be working on project management roles under the Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation. 62 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 gaBriele janiKoWsKi Development Cooperation agency Consultant of DBP financed by KfW Entwicklungsbank based in Manila. For the second phase of the TA com- ponent, which started in May 2006 she will be assigned national Government Partners to the Philippines intermittently. NEDA, DBP background area/s of expertise Gabriele Janikowski is a senior solid waste manage- Solid waste management ment expert with multi-year and extensive international experience in all specific subjects of waste manage- Contact Details in the Philippines ment and waste treatment. Janikowski is a specialist KfW-CLSWM for waste collection, treatment technology (mechanical DBP/DCI, 22/F Pacific Star Building biological waste treatment, composting, digestion, Sen. Gil Puyat cor. Makati Ave. Makati City waste-to-energy) and various types of disposal systems. Telephone:+632 8480277loc 5203/5204 For more than 18 years she has worked in planning and Fax: +632 8480658 management of SWM projects both in Germany and Mobile Phil: (+63)921-6732418 abroad (such as Greece, Georgia, Italy, Montenegro, Mobile international:(+49)172-7219825 Philippines, Portugal, Thailand, and Yemen). She also Email:firstname.lastname@example.org /email@example.com supported privatisation of waste management services, including all aspects of operational procedures of waste management facilities as well as institutional strength- Description of Work in the Philippines ening strategies for waste management administration. Gabriele Janikowski acts as team leader of the comple- Her experience in the elaboration of waste manage- mentary capacity building component of the credit ment concepts and feasibility studies, design of solid line for solid waste management programme of DBP. waste treatment plants as well as risk assessments, Her work includes promoting the credit line, building training and capacity building complete her in-depth cooperation, assisting DBP in technical evaluation of competence. loan applications, supporting DBP in establishing envi- ronmental and technical monitoring systems, assisting availability for other Projects LGUs in project development and implementation, and Gabriele Janikowski can be tapped as resource speaker, conducting training and capacity-building measures in trainer, consultant and expert for solid waste manage- solid waste management for LGUs. Janikowski began ment her placement in November 2004 as a long-term expert YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 63 neil raMsden Development Cooperation agency background Consultant of DBP financed by KfW Entwicklungsbank Before becoming a consultant to SBGFC, Ramsden was part of the EBRD Armenia Medium Term Credit Facil- national Government Partner ity for 9 months. His work involved improving medium SBGFC term/larger SME lending capacity of selected Armenian commercial banks. He was also the senior bank adviser/ area/s of expertise credit expert for credit management/loan officers on Micro, small & medium enterprise lending producing adequate credit analysis. Contact Details in the Philippines availability for other Projects Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation Neil Ramsden may be open to future engagements. 18th floor, 139 Corporate Center 139 Valero Street, Salcedo Village 1227 Makati City Mobile: +63 92 05808898 (BAI) Email: Neil.Ramsden@bai.bankakademie.de Description of Work in the Philippines Neil Ramsden is the Team Leader of the German consulting company Bankakademie International (BAI) for the MSME Program with SBGFC. He started the as- signment in October 2006 and will be in the Philippines intermittently until September 2008, as part of SBGFC’s Wholesale and Client Support Services Department. His work will benefit not only SBGFC but also participating financial institutions of SBGFC. 64 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 reynar rollan Development Cooperation agency Consultant of DBP financed by KfW Entwicklungsbank development and implementation by conducting train- ing and capacity-building measures. His work includes national Government Partners providing advise in the acquisition of equipment for NEDA, DBP waste collection and transport, construction and opera- tion of sanitary landfills, construction and operation of area/s of expertise materials recovery facilities and composting plants. Solid waste management, geology background Contact Details in the Philippines Reynar Rollan has over 30 years of collective experi- KfW-CLSWM ence in hydro-geological engineering, geology, solid DBP/DCI, 22/F Pacific Star Building waste management and environmental studies. He has Sen. Gil Puyat cor. Makati Ave. Makati City worked extensively on a variety of hydro-geological Telehone:+632 8480277loc 5203/5204 and solid waste management projects for government Fax: +632 8480658 agencies, the private sector as well as donor agencies Email:firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com in the Philippines, Cambodia and New Zealand. availability for other Projects Description of Work in the Philippines Reynar Rollan can be tapped as resource speaker, Reynar Rollan serves as the deputy team leader or trainer, consultant and expert on solid waste manage- deputy project manager of the complementary capac- ment, geology, hydro-geology and GIS. ity building component of the credit line for solid waste management programme of DBP. His assignment is from July 2006 to October 2008. His team oversees the promotion and implementation of a credit line for solid waste management, which includes building coopera- tion, assisting DBP in technical evaluation of loan ap- plications and establishing environmental and technical monitoring systems. Rollan also assists LGUs in project YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 65 DeD Co-orDinator anD exPerts 66 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Bernhard Willig Development Cooperation agency Description of Work in the Philippines DED Bernard Willig is at the helm of coordination work for a total of 18 DED-supported projects in the Philippines, national Government Partner most of which are focused on private sector support, Various training and institution building. Based in Cebu City, he travels from Luzon to Mindanao to periodically check area/s of expertise on the needs of DED projects whose specific support Economic and Employment Promotion services are either in the form of technical assistance, salary support, curriculum improvement or conduct Contact Details in the Philippines of training courses for various target institutions and German Development Service identified industries. He harmonizes and synchronizes Rizal Hall, University of Southern Philippines the work of a total of 14 German long-term specialists, Salinas Drive, Lahug 6000 Cebu City 2 German junior experts and 9 Filipino experts working Phone: 032 2318570 on 18 projects. Fax: 032 2318570, Mobile: 0917 8888 906 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 67 dr. ralf altherr Development Cooperation agency vocational/technical training curricula and promote the DED wider use of PLC. He also conducts seminars on PCB layout, general electronics tasks and digital courses. national Government Partner none Altherr’s assignment in the Philippines is from March 2006 to May 2008. He reports directly to Christoph area/s of expertise Dehn, the “Landesdirektor” of DED. Electrical Engineering background Contact Details in the Philippines Ralf Altherr holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering / Angeles City National Trade School Microelectronics from Ulm University in Germany. He Friendship Hi-way, Sunset Valley has served as project leader for IFM electronic gmbh, Angeles City Tettnang, for the commercial development and produc- Telephone: 045-322-3361 tion of a novel RFID sensor (radio frequency identifi- Fax: 045-887-4188 cation). He has also conducted research on low and Mobile: +63-9195796921 integrated power circuits at the Seoul University and Email: Ralf7253@web.de the University of Ulm. Description of Work in the Philippines availability for other Projects Ralf Altherr is a senior expert at the Electronics Depart- Ralf Altherr can be available for part-time teaching in ment of the Angeles City National Trade School. His his area of expertise. work involves training teachers in automation technol- ogy, specifically in the use and application of Program- mable Logic Controller (PLC) programme. In the course of his work, Altherr aims to establish a new course in 68 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 Berthold degen Development Cooperation agency DED experts doing Counterpart Training and Counseling at the Angeles City National Trade School. He strives national Government Partner to promote the use of the DTS programme by other PNVSCA companies around Angeles City and the Clark Special Economic Zone. area/s of expertise Electronic and vocational training availability for other Projects Degen can be contacted to facilitate trainings in Contact Details in the Philippines Schematic Diagram Development with the E-CAD Systems Plus College Foundation Programme EAGLE and implementing Linux SUSE Mac Arthur Highway, 2009 Balibago, Angeles City operating System Telephone: 045-892-4758 Fax: 045-892-7849 Mobile: +639225197428 Email: email@example.com Description of Work in the Philippines Berthold Degen is currently assigned to the Industry Relations Office, Electronic Technology Department of the Systems Plus College Foundation to assist in imple- menting the Dual-Training-System (DTS). As consultant, Degen helps establish industry linkages and engages in curriculum and module development for high school graduates from underprivileged families. He has worked in the Philippines since November 2001 and his placement ends in July 2007. Degen also works closely with InWEnt and CIM YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 69 edgar heinrichs Development Cooperation agency Description of Work in the Philippines DED Edgar Heinrichs arrived in the Philippines in September 2005 and will be in the country until August 2007 as a national Government Partner DED expert in automotive engineering. He is currently None assigned to assist the Automotive Service Association Inc. (ASAI) in Mandaue City. His main task is to assist in area/s of expertise improving technical education in the automotive sector Automotive engineering to benefit trainees of the ASAI Training Center. Contact Details in the Philippines Automotive Service Association Inc. (ASAI) Proline Industries Compound Barangay Tingub, Mandaue City Mobile: 0919 7503928 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 70 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 jutta Keppner Development Cooperation agency DED Jutta Keppner assists the Mary Help of Christians School Technology Center in improving its crop and national Government Partner vegetable management and production training pro- TESDA gramme. The programme aims to combine theoreti- cal and practical training and provide young Filipinos, area/s of expertise especially out-of-school and Mangyan youth, with Trainer in Horticulture, Landscaping opportunities to generate income through farming. Keppner’s assignment started in May 2006 and ends in Contact Details in the Philippines July 2008. Daughters of Mary Help of Christians Mary Help of Christians School, Brgy. Parang, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro Telephone: 043 – 288 30 27 Email: email@example.com Description of Work in the Philippines YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 71 christoph Köppel Development Cooperation agency tors/exporters in Cebu’s furniture industry. He organises German Development Service (DED) and facilitates seminars on institution building and oth- (Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst) er topics for subcontractors and helps partners evaluate their work. He also works to create partnerships among national Government Partner exporters/subcontractors in the industry. DTI, TESDA Köppel is part of the Human Resource Development area/s of expertise and Productivity Division of CFIF and reports directly to Furniture Making CFIF’s executive director, Ruby Salutan. Contact Details in the Philippines background Cebu Furniture Industry Foundation 3/F LDM Building As a resident of the Philippines in the last 12 years, MJ Quenco Ave. cor Köppel has worked with over 50 local furniture makers/ Legaspi St, Cebu City 6000, Philippines subcontractors. He obtained his degree in mechanical Telephone: +63 32 255 9785 engineering in Switzerland and has worked with the Fax : +63 32 253 7408 Swiss government. In the Philippines, he worked with Mobile : +63-927 935 6594 various private companies involved in furniture manu- Email : Christoph.firstname.lastname@example.org facturing and shipbuilding in Cebu. Description of Work in the Philippines availability for other Projects Christoph Köppel is working for the first time with DED Christoph Köppel can be contacted to discuss vari- but he has been in the Philippines since 1994. As a DED ous ways he can extend his assistance in his area of expert, he is assigned to the Cebu Furniture Industry expertise.. Foundation (CFIF) for one year. His main task is to help strengthen and develop the capacities of subcontrac- 72 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 gaBriele Meyer Development Cooperation agency DED Gabriele Meyer is a consultant of the Don Bosco Tech- nology Center’s Skills Training Programme in Cebu City. national Government Partner She undertakes apprenticeship in woodworking/skills TESDA and introduces measures to upgrade the curriculum as well as improve existing workshops. She is also area/s of expertise working to strengthen cooperation of the Center with Mastercraftsman Cabinet-making the CFIF (Cebu Furniture Industries Foundation). The programme targets out-of-school youths from under- Contact Details in the Philippines privileged families. Gabriele arrived in the Philippines Don Bosco Technology Center in July 2006 and has the next two years to complete Pleasure Home Subd., Punta Princesa her placement under the Center’s Industrial Services Cebu City department. Telephone : +63 32 273 1127 Fax : +63 32 273 2302 Mobile : 09167448214 Email : email@example.com Description of Work in the Philippines YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 73 Matthias niggel Development Cooperation agency As part of his task, Mr. Niggel conducts briefing ses- DED sions on DED’s PPP programmes and assists Philip- pines-based companies in identifying and planning national Government Partner for eligible private-public partnership projects. As of none November 2006, the Center was implementing 15 pub- lic-private partnerships in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. area/s of expertise One of the greatest challenges he sees in his work is Economics getting small and medium scale companies involved in the programme. Contact Details in the Philippines Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) availability for other Projects PSDC Building, Magallanes corner Real Sts Matthias Niggel can be contacted for speaking en- 1002 Intramuros, Manila gagements, training and future placement in his area of Telephone: (02) 5273747/ (02) 527 3747 expertise Mobile: 0920 8222251 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Description of Work in the Philippines Matthias Niggel develops and promotes DEG Public- Private-Partnership (PPP) projects in the Philippines. He is assigned to the Center for Corporate Citizenship (CCC) of the Philippine Business for Social Progress. 74 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 niKolaus Michael stuMpf Development Cooperation agency DED completed its implementation of the quality manage- ment system with the objective of attaining ISO Certifi- national Government Partner cation by September 2006. none Stumpf also acts as lead person in the project “Cebu area/s of expertise Business Web Portal,” a new internet solution for busi- ISO certification, Quality Management Systems nesses in Cebu. The project is implemented by DED, GTZ’s SMEDSEP programme and CCCI. Contact Details in the Philippines 22 San Augustin Heights,Tisa background Labangon, 6000 Cebu Nikolaus Stumpf is an industrial engineer with expertise Telephone : +63 32 261 4638 in production management. In 1998, he formed his own Mobile : +63 918 501 7787 consulting firm called ITS Consulting GmbH which pro- Email : email@example.com vided IT solutions to various firms and organisations in Germany. He also worked with various IT enterprises in Description of Work in the Philippines Germany and held a high post in materials administra- Nikolaus Stumpf is DED’s ISO certification consultant tion at Germany’s Jaso Möbelwerke GmbH. assigned to implement a quality management system for the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry since September 2005. The DED-CCCI cooperation has resulted in improvements in the internal processes of ISO 9001:2000 certification of the Chamber. Stumpf’s main task is to help set up a programme for awareness- building in ISO quality management systems within the Chamber. This involves consulting, analysis and documentation of processes on the basis of common standards and intra-corporate inputs. The Chamber has YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 75 inWent Co-orDinator 76 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 olaf neussner Development Cooperation agency a training programme for junior managers in NGOs, InWEnT national and local government units, and infrastructure companies to build their capacities for sustainable national Government Partner urban development. NEDA Neussner is also involved in a three-year project pro- Contact Details in the Philippines moting regional competitiveness in Southeast Asia Capacity Building International, InWEnt through a co-operative and sustainable approach and Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung the introduction of social standards in businesses. Unit D, 10th Floor, PDCP Building cor. LP Leviste / Rufino Sts. background Salcedo Village, 1226 Makati City Neussner worked with CIM and DED before joining Metro Manila, Philippines InWEnt. He served as CIM project officer for NGOs www.inwent.org and was assigned to the Philippine Partnership for www.inwent.org.ph the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas Tel.: 0063 - 2 – 8126750 (PhilDHRRA) and as NGO Co-ordinator for DED. He has Fax: 0063 - 2 – 8936173 worked in the Philippines since 1995. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Neussner has a graduate diploma in biochemistry from area of expertise the Free University of Berlin Capacity Building (Training, Dialogue, Networking, Coaching) Description of Work in the Philippines Olaf Neussner is the regional co-ordinator of InWEnt for Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand. His office coordinates InWEnt activities in these three countries and reports to Sebastian Kelbling, regional co-ordina- tor of Asia. Among other projects, Neussner is currently working on International Cooperation for a Sustain- able Urban Development: Local Agenda 21 in Practice, YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 77 Ptb 78 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 cleMens sanetra Development Cooperation agency Email: email@example.com PTB Ms. Angie Maglaya, PIPAC Testing Laboratory Email: firstname.lastname@example.org national Government Partner - Department of Trade and Industry; Description of Work in the Philippines Department of Science and Technology; Clemens Sanetra has served as trade policy and quality Philippine Metrology, Standards, Testing, Quality infrastructure adviser to the Department of Trade and (MSTQ) Inc. Industry (DTI), Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and Philippine Metrology, Standards, Testing, area/s of expertise Quality (MSTQ) Inc since 2004. He co-ordinates with National Quality Infrastructure (QI) consisting of GTZ in the area of trade policy and value chain ap- Standardization, Metrology, Testing, Certification and proaches, and works on other PTB projects in Thailand Accreditation linked to Value Chains and the ASEAN. His assignment as project adviser on the project Development of Services to Promote Na- Contact Details in the Philippines tional Quality Infrastructure will continue until 2009. His Email: email@example.com work benefits small and medium industries, Philippine regulatory bodies and exporters. He currently enjoys Counterpart contact addresses working with highly motivated individuals in the Philip- (when Mr. Sanetra is not in the Philippines): pines and hopes for greater inter-agency cooperation Ms. Cirila Botor and improved service orientation in the government Philippine Office of Accreditation (POA) in DTI Vice- sector. president Philippine MSTQ Inc. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org availability for other Projects - Clemens Sanetra can be contacted for speaking en- Mr. Edgardo Juan, National Metrology Lab. gagements, training and future placement in his area of (NML) in DOST-ITDI expertise. President Philippine MSTQ Inc. YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007 | 79 80 | YEARBOOK 2006 – 2007