Earmarked revenues are required by law to be used for designated activities or purposes. As provided every fiscal year in the General Appropriations Act (Special Provision for Land Registration Authority or LRA), 20% of the collections of the Register of Deeds and the Clerk of Court will go to the LRA. The earmarked funds for the LRA shall be used for the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) (e.g., statistical services, information systems development, and legal services) and Capital Outlay (CO) requirements of the agency.
CN2018-03: Gender and Development in the Official Development Assistance (ODA)*
Apart from the 5% gender and development (GAD) budget allocated from the regular budget of the national government agencies (NGAs), 5% - 30% of the Official Development Assistance (ODA) is also mandated to be allocated for GAD. The Women and Development and Nation Building Act of 1992 (RA 7192) requires all agencies receiving ODA to ensure the allocation and proper utilization of the funds to gender-responsive programs. Oversight of the GAD allocation in ODA-funded projects rests principally with the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
The ODA per RA 8182 (as amended by RA 8555) refers to a loan or a combination of a loan and grant which meets the following: 1) it is administered to promotes sustainable socio-economic development and welfare of the Philippines; 2) it is contracted with governments of foreign countries with whom the Philippines has diplomatic, trade relations or bilateral agreements, or with members of the United Nations and multilateral lending institutions; 3) has no available comparable financial instruments in the capital market; and 4) contains a grant element of at least 25%.>>read complete document