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Mamamayan Ayaw sa Anomalya, Mamamayan Ayaw Sa Iligal

na Droga



The Duterte administration has consistently emphasized its thrust of improving the
countrys law and order through a relentless and sustained campaign against crime, illegal
drugs, and corruption, three of the most pressing problems in our communities today. Among
its top priority is to address the rampant proliferation of illegal drugs both in rural and urban
areas and to address the systemic corruption that continue to plague Philippine society.
According to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), 1 of 3 barangays or 13,661
barangays are affected by drugs based on June 2016 data and the urban LGUs with 32.5% as the
most drugs-affected areas. Proliferation of illegal drugs result to increased illegal activities,
unemployment, criminalities as well as physical and social health consequences and poorer
health status of the community.

According to a 2014 report by Global

Financial Integrity, the Philippines lost about $410.5 billion between 1960 and 2011 on illicit
financial flow. In current exchange rates, the amount is about P19.34 trillion, without accounting
for inflation. The anti-graft watchdog Transparency International (TI) says the Philippines slid
in its annual corruption perception ranking. With a score of 35 out of a possible 100, the country
currently ranks 95th among 168 countries surveyed.
Corruption statistics are just as unnerving.

Rather than depending on a top down approach on addressing the situation, the
national government will advance barangay or community-based approaches which are deemed
more effective as it engages citizens as partners in promoting peaceful and orderly communities.
This is in recognition of the critical role families and the barangays play in preventing and
addressing social problems e.g. drug abuse, and the rehabilitation of dependents as well as
reporting of corruption incidents and cases.
Towards this end, the DILG has launched the implementation of the Mamamayan Ayaw
Sa Anomalya, Mamamayan Ayaw Sa Iligal Na Droga (MASA MASID),with the issuance of
DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2016-116 dated September 2, 2016. As designed, MASA
MASID shall serve as a community-based, multi-sectoral initiative of engaging volunteers to
ensure an effective war against corruption, illegal drugs and illegal drug-related crimes. Through
active peoples participation, the spirit of volunteerism will be sparked and will eventually be

Realizing the complexity of the problem and taking into consideration specific issues and
concerns the need to orient and activate the BADACS and monitor its functionality becomes a


The MASA MASID ( Mamamayan Ayaw sa Anomalya, Mamamayan Ayaw sa Iligal na

Droga) orientation is generally aimed towards ensuring the sustainability of community
involvement by mobilizing the support of local stakeholders, volunteers, civic organizations,
faith-based organizations and the private sector in the fight against illegal drugs, corruption and
Specifically, it aims to:

Intensify the advocacy and education campaigns in the community level;

Mobilize the community on gathering information by installing a reporting

mechanism on corruption, illegal drug and other illegal activities in the locality;

Mobilize support and encourage sharing of available local resources to hasten the
implementation of community-based rehabilitation program ;

Create an enabling environment to encourage collaboration among the community

partners to effectively implement the Community-Based Rehabilitation Program;


Methodologies to be utilized in this learning activity will be lecture-discussions,

multi-media presentation, open forum, action planning by the participants.

The participants of the event will be the different stakeholders and key players in the
implementation of the MASA MASID Program. The Local Chief Executive, Chief of Police,
Municipal Health Officer, District Supervisor, MSWDO, Liga ng mga Barangay, Parish Priest,
Faith Based Organization Representatives, Civil Society Organization Representative, Peoples
Oragnization Representative and other volunteers.
RESOURCE PERSON and Secretariat

The resopurce person for this activity will be MLGOO Jeffrey A. Lora and representative
from the PNP.



Prepared by:

Member Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council

Approved by:


Municipal Mayor