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ACTION PLAN ON THE IPO APSSOL MATTER

A. CREATION OF A COMPOSITE TEAM.

The composition of the Joint Monitoring Team as provided in the


Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for APSA 102 (now MPSA 276) of the Philex
Mining Corporation maybe replicated in the creation of a composite team.
However, the latter’s composition will be expanded to accommodate others who
could be of great help.

The Composite Team shall then be composed of the following:

Chair: NCIP-CAR Regional Director


Co-chair: Representative of Philex Mining Corporation
Members:
 Legal Officer from NCIP-CAR Regional Office,
 1 from the NCIP- Benguet Provincial Office,
 1 from the NCIP- Itogon Community Service Center,
 1 from the Tuba Ancestral Domain Indigenous Peoples Organization (TADIPO),
 1 from the Tuba Municipal LGU, and
 4 from the ICCs/IPs (2 from the Fernandez and Bantasan group and 2 from the
NCIP- assisted group)

Technical Support:
 1 from the Ancestral Domains Office (ADO),
 1 from the Legal Affairs Office (LAO), and
 1 engineer from the NCIP-CAR Regional Office

Secretariat:
 2 from the NCIP- Benguet Provincial Office, and
 2 from the NCIP- Itogon Community Service Center

NOTE:

The Ethnographic Commissioner for CAR and Region 1 shall oversee the activities
to be facilitated and documented by the Composite Team as stated in Letter C hereof.

B. TURN-OVER OF IPO APSSOL RELATED DOCUMENTS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE


NCIP CENTRAL OFFICE TO THE NCIP-CAR REGIONAL OFFICE.

C. CONDUCT OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES THAT WILL BE FACILITATED AND


DOCUMENTED BY THE COMPOSITE TEAM:
1) Community Profiling and Validation (per sitio)

Based on existing records or data, the following must be pointed out and
validated:

a. Those who settled within the 15 groups of affected sitios before the start of
the mining operations of Philex Mining Corporation,
b. Those who settled when the company is already operating but no longer stay
in the area at present as they may have been displaced due to the mining
operations or they voluntarily left the place in search for greener pasture,
c. Actual residents at present,
d. Those who did not settle in the area but grazed only their animals thereat,
e. Lot owners/ land claimants with or without tax declarations,
f. Holders of mineral claims, and
g. Individuals paid or compensated by the company for damages

RATIONALE:

Community profiling and validation are necessary to have a clear view and
understanding on the involvement of various groups or personalities on the IPO APSSOL
matter.

2) Reorganization of the IPO APSSOL. Here, the name of the organization may be
changed to encompass the ICCs/IPs within the 15 groups of affected sitios
validated by the community during the FPIC process for APSA 102, now MPSA 276
of the Philex Mining Corporation. This would entail:

a. The formulation and ratification of a new Constitution and By-laws with the
Constitution and By-laws of the IPO APSSOL as working paper; and

b. Selection/election of officers.

3) Registration of the reorganized IPO.

4) Formulation of Community Royalty Development Plan (CRDP) in accordance with


Part VIII of the 2012 Revised FPIC Guidelines with the CRDP/s that may have been
prepared by the various groups as working paper/s.

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