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4.4 b. Solid Waste Disposal Practices 1.

Most households do not practice segregation and to some extent , they reuse glass and bottle products and store other recyclables such as rubber, leather and textile for future use. Kitchen wastes are usually fed to home pets and animals. Burning of yard waste together areas. with in other the plastics and other non-biodegradable waste is still being practiced

Residents are also aware of the collection services, including the

schedule of collection though at present no garbage fees has been charge from them. Most households use sacks or plastic bags for storing their waste for collection.


Commercial Establishments
like used cans, plastics, sacks Individual garbage are used as are

Containers temporary storage




provided by themselves where these establishments dispose of their waste for the LGU curbside collection. In the public market, each stall is required to have their own receptacle. There are sweepers assigned to look into the general cleanliness of their respective areas. This is usually done using a cart bagging serving both the wet and dry section of the market. Garbage fees are incorporated during the processing of business permits.


Institutions and Services

This category includes government agencies, schools, church

and other service facilities in the city. Communal waste receptacles are found within the establishment but enforcement of waste segregation is not yet practiced.


Special Waste
The Regional Health Unit (RHU) has an operational Septic Vault

for its special waste and are regularly monitored.

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TABLE 4.45 Household by Usual Manner of Garbage Disposal Usual Manner of Garbage Disposal
1) Picked up by Garbage Trucks 2) Dumping in Individual Pit (Not Burned) 3) Burning 4) Composting (later used as Fertilizer) 5) Burying 6) Feeding to Animals 7) Others

Number of Households
3,806 4,569 16,300 693 1,077 151 175

Percent to Total
14.2 17.1 60.9 2.6 4.0 .6 .6

Total No. Households

of 26,771

Source: NSO, 2000 Yearbook

4.4 c. Solid Waste Services and Resources .

only The city has eleven (11) garbage trucks and one bulldozer but five (5) trucks are operational. Solid waste collection has been

conducted primarily along the Public Markets (both in Bargangay DAS and Poblacion) , business establishments and the major thoroughfares of the city and along the urban and urbanizing barangays. Matab-ang, Sto. Nio, Ibo, Cabitoonan and Bato. Other barangays include Poog, Media Once, Ilihan, Luray II, Sangi, Dumlog, Talavera, Calong-Calong,

Table 4.46 Inventory of Solid Waste Equipment

Plate No. SCN 926 SCN 633 7Q111G 7Q113G 7Q118G 7Q119G 7Q120G 7Q121G SGH 347 SGH 357 SGH 367 D60P Type/Make Compactor Compactor Compactor Compactor Compactor Compactor Compactor Compactor Mini-Dump Truck Mini-Dump Truck Mini-Dump Truck Bulldozer Loading Capacity 8 cu.m. 8 cu.m. 5 cu.m 5 cu.m 4 cu.m 4 cu.m 4 cu.m 4 cu.m 3 cu.m 3 cu.m 3 cu.m Status Under Repair Under Repair Under Repair Operational Under Repair Operational Under Repair Under Repair Operational Operational Operational Operational

Source: Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, Toledo City

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4.4. d Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan (ISWMP)

On Executive September 10, 2003, the City Mayor issued an

Order creating the Technical Working Group of the Solid Waste

Management in support of the Ordinance creating the Toledo City Solid Waste Management Board. A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed by the City Government of Toledo, DENR Region 7, EMB 7, MGB 7 and EcoGov in order for the latter to provide technical assistance to the city in the formulation and implementation of its solid waste management plan. The implementation of the Solid Waste Management of the city involves different stages corresponding to the waste stream flow from generation to disposal. The stages are broken as follows: Stage 1 Imposition of City-Wide Segregation and Reduction at Source The City will implement segregation and reduction waste at source in a gradual manner. On the first year, a massive campaign on waste segregation will be conducted by the Information, Education their will be the and Communication Committee. The campaign will be conducted to the barangay officials who will in turn will disseminate the information to respective puroks. In required The such campaign, waste is the various waste for generators to segregate biodegradable, non-biodegrable and special wastes. recommended composting while


recyclable and reusable is for sale to the junkshops. On the second quarter of the second year, segregation scheme will be enforced in selected barangays with the implementation of No Segregation, No Collection policy primarily in urban areas. On the beginning of the third year, full implementation of segregation policy will be strictly enforced with corresponding achieve the desired waste reduction. Stage 2 - Collection, Hauling and Transport of Segregated Waste by city and its Barangays The city will conduct waste collection Once, Poog, Ibo, Cabitoonan, Bato, Dumlog, operation with current penalty on to violators. The establishment of the barangay MRF will be enforced

service areas within Poblacion, DAS, Luray II, Sangi, Ilihan, Magdugo, Media

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Talavera, Calong-Calong and Sto. Nio and in the future will expand to other urbanizing areas. The Garbage Collection Team will only collect segregated wastes on designated collection point. When full segregation is achieved and the covered barangays will be able to operate their own MRFs, the city will limit its collection to residual, toxic and hazardous wastes. For parlors and industrial establishments, they are hospitals encourage and to clinics, prepare funeral their similar enities,

corresponding toxic and hazardous waste management plan proper storage, collection, transport and disposal. Stage 3 Enterprise Operation Materials Recovery Facility ( MRF)

to include the

Toledo City will establish a City MRF at the Disposal Site will be managed by a cooperative. The facility will operate the segregation, composting, recycling, processing, storage and trading operations using the recoverable waste generated from its collection activity. All barangays are encouraged to establish their own MRFs. Backyard composting is recommended for households in the Stage 4 Disposal of Residual Wastes The closure of the current disposal site is in preparation to the operation of the Sanitary Landfill in Barangay PutingBato. The area consist of approximately 10 hectares will be developed into a initially operate on 2007. The Sanitary Landfill will be gradually by constructing one cell at a time for residual concrete septic vault will be constructed for toxic and which Sanitary barangays.

Landfill cum Ecological Park and Botanical Garden which is expected to constructed wastes. hazardous waste.

Biodegradable waste will go directly to the composting facility and a special

Key Targets of the ISWM Plan

The first two years of the plan implementation will cover the following: Achieved 80% segregation and collection efficiency for coastal barangays Enhance a functional, income-generating Materials Recovery Facility Enforce the ISWM Ordinance and R A 9003 with a waste diversion rate of 25% Enhance the existing Composting Facility

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Plan and implement an effective I.E.C. campaign/strategies at the barangay level and ensure broadened private participation Integration of the Barangay SWM Committee to the MSWM functional structure Operationalize initial phase of the Sanitary Landfill

The subsequent years of plan implementation will include the following: Full development of the Sanitary Landfill Implement garbage fees, penalties and incentives Diverted more than 25% of the waste from disposal through composting

Toledo City Sanitary Landfill

The City Government acquired a 10-hectare property located at Barangay Ecological Puting-Bato Park. There to be were used four(4) as a Sanitary Landfill for cum waste sites considered

disposal, namely: Barangay Awihao, Dumlog , Cambang-ug and PutingBato. Initial findings Landfill considering of the two sites were less viable for Sanitary the area as flood-prone area. Moreover the

residents of barangays Awihao, Dumlog and Cambang-ug strongly opposed the establishment of a sanitary landfill in their areas leaving Barangay Puting-Bato as the most viable site. the Department and introduced landfill The Environmental Management Bureau and the Mines and Geo-Sciences Department of of Environment and Natural Resources have already some will be recommendations divided into RA for the engineering and conducted initial assessment on the area and found it to be viable technical design. The cells in which residuals are 9003, to prevent leachate to disposed. The area will be matted with soil, sand and gravel clay liners following the guidelines of in the design. A concrete sealed septic vault for the storage and disposal of toxic and hazardous waste shall also be constructed. This include the special waste collected from household and establishments and for special waste of registered THW generators who are amenable of contaminate ground water. A wastewater treatment facility will be included

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paying users fee (this is regarded as another potential economic enterprise for the city).

City Materials Recovery Facility (MRF)

The city materials recovery facility will be constructed within the sanitary landfill facility complex and it shall have components: a) Recycling (Materials Recovery) Facility. It will include an unloading recyclables, section, some a sorting converyor, bins for sorted such as primary processing facilities the following

cleaning and baling sections (for paper, cartons and metals). Specific materials that will be collected paper and metal. in the city MRF are: glass bottles, PET bottles, tin cans, carton boxes, dry

b) Composting Facility. The characteristics of waste generated

within its collection area and those from the public market indicate the excellent prospect for waste diversion on its compostable component. The composting facility should be equipped with shredding machines and a hammer mill sifter. A laboratory will also be established compost of the activator Trichoderma compost materials that will for the production of be produced. The and for the quality control

composted organic matter will be a natural enhancer. c) Storage Facility. This will include cubicles for processed materials, including compost/fertilizer, and for the temporary storage of residuals. d) Office cum It Business office will also Center. with serve This as an will and include amenities the for administrative personnel. utilities

office to transact when the that 3

business for recyclables recovered at the MRF. The actual operation of the MRF will commence policies will be placed and developed. It is required personnel and all the necessary operating systems and proposed composters, 7 sorters, one laboratory technician and one foremansupervisor will man the city MRF.

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4.5. Cemeteries and Burial Grounds

The government Local units Government shall ensure Code and of 1991 mandates among other that things local the


promotion of health, sanitation and safety of its constituents within its territorial jurisdiction. This includes the proper management of cemeteries and burial grounds and the disposition of human bodies in accordance with the Sanitary Code of the Philippines. At present, the City of Toledo has four (4) public cemeteries and one (1) privately-operated cemetery.

Table 4.47 Inventory of Cemeteries/Burial Grounds Location (Barangay) 1. Matab-ang 2. Poblacion 3. Bato 4. Lutopan 5. Cantabaco Number 1 1 1 1 1 Area (Hectares) 1.81 1.70 Type (Govt./Private) Government Government Government Private Government

Over the years, the management of cemeteries and burial grounds has been neglected or at least less prioritized resulting to over-congested burials, proliferation of commercial burial grounds/private mausoleums without the corresponding government clearances from concerned agencies. On top of this is dilemma, unsanitary disposal to health and for practices sanitation. the are In performed recognition of in to the this the cemeteries by tombmakers, graveyard overseers and their immediate families which detrimental Order No. problem, the city government created Task Force Memorial Executive 2006-09-05 purpose by virtue of


supervision and management of the physical arrangement, order, cleanliness and sanitation of all cemeteries, burial grounds and memorial parks of the city. The composition of Task Force Memorial is as follows: Chairman Members: 1. SP Chair, Committee on Health 2. City Engineer City Mayor City Health Officer Vice-Chairman-

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3. City Legal Office 4. Saint John de Sahagun Parish Representative 5. CENRO-DENR 6. City Civil Registrar 7. ABC President 8. PNP 9. CSWDO 10. City Assessor 11. City Treasurer

12. City Administrator/Rep. Office of the Mayor

Task Force Memorial 1. Formulate entity and shall have the following duties and responsibilities: and policies which provide a systematic its proper


management of public cemeteries, mausoleums and other similar recommend legislative reforms for maintenance and management. 2. Conduct ocular inspection, monitoring and evaluation of existing public cemeteries and make recommendations for its improvement. 3. Conduct an inventory on on the existing municipal/barangay owned cemetery of occupancy and entombments, period

determine privately-owned mausoleums and burial grounds. 4. Recommend for site location, zoning and plan development for future development of memorial parks and burial grounds. 5. Monitor and conduct ocular inspection of funeral parlors , memorial chapels and other similar entity in the observance of Section XXI of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Sanitation Code of the Philippines ( PD 856). 6. Propose reasonable cost in fees the for the burial, of exhumation and maintenance cemeteries. operation municipal/barangay

7. Submit budgetary requirement for funding allocation.

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Formulation of an Ordinance
The City Government formulated a Necropolis Ordinance to

strengthen the administration of both public and private cemeteries. The ordinance shall provide for the guidelines in the establishment, maintenance, improvement and construction of all cemeteries and burial grounds in the city. It conforms and adheres to the provisions of the Sanitation Code of the Philippines of in all and matters private regulating cemeteries, the burial, disinterment parks and or exhumation, transfer of cadaver, funeral and embalming requirements and opening grounds. public memorial burial

Proposed Expansion of Public Cemetery

The pressing problem of congestion, limited burial area and uneven allocation of burial space prompted the city to consider the expansion of the present public cemetery. The proposed The 356-D proposed expansion of the expansion involves the public cemetery shall be in construction of burial site, apartment- type niches and bone chambers. undertaken in a government-owned property bearing Lot No. 983, CAD No. with an estimated land area of 3,622 square meters located the Barangay Ibo, Toledo City. An estimated volume of 5,795 cubic meters is needed to backfill the proposed site and includes the provision of amenities garden/cartilage and chapel. proposed plan also as comfort rooms , such

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Fig. 4.05A

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Proposed Extension of Public Cemetery

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Other Burial Ground Sites

The City recognize the need for burial grounds other than those that are government-owned or operated and has considered suitable areas proximate to the existing public cemetery in Barangay Poblacion and including nearby barangays as possible burial grounds. With this consideration, private developers has acquired properties in the city for future development and one positive development is in Sitio Kabulihan, Barangay Ibo , consisting an area of twenty one thousand six hundred twenty (21,620) square meters which will be developed into a memorial park and garden. This parcel property is registered under Original Title No. (0) 34, as described as Lot 1, Plan PSU 102903, WSI-26335, L.R.C Record No. 21749 declared under Tax Declaration No. 96-149019 in the name of Delfin Cuevas and Pastor Abella. Fig. 4.05B Barangay Ibo. shows the proposed development site at Sitio Kalubihan,

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Fig. 4.05B Proposed Development Site

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Social Welfare
The Department of Social Welfare and Development Office (DSWD) is

the agency mandated to serve and protect and rehabilitate that segment of population which has the least in life, in terms of physical, mental and social well-being. However, after the passage of the New Local Government Code in 1991, most of the DSWDS functions are already devolved at the local level, which in effect, placed the responsibility of carrying out the DSWD mandated at the hands of the LGU. In Toledo City, to the the City Social Welfare and of Development Office are (CSWDO) takes charge in providing social services to the city residents with preferential attention marginalized sectors society. They composed of twenty- three personnel who are mostly job-order employees with its

while two are regular employees. Table 4.48 shows programs and services of the CSWDO the distribution of cases served by type of clientele system. corresponding location and number. On the other hand, Table 4.45 indicates

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TABLE 4.48 Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization, 2003-2006
Type No. of Social Welfare Barangay Social Welfare Org./ Instrume ntalities

Services Offered

Senior Care Center

Day Care Center

Med Health Cente r

Others Specify

Gov t.

Priv NGO

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counseling

Self Employment Assistance

Day Care Services, Supp. Feeding

Medical Care

Relief Rehab



2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2

14families 92parents 161eldrly 105parents 20families 20families 776parents 165elderly 49 youths 11families 127parents 20families 113PSC 204families 227 PSC 45 PSC 155parents 79elderly 259parents 10families 259 PSC 141 159 PSC 60 9 Women 45 PSC 121parents 112 PSC 25 130PSC 10 5 20 5 X 50 35

1 1


1 20 1 1 1

House Repair


Biga Bulongan

House Repair Feeding Center 1

72 56 2

Bunga Cabitoonan

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TABLE 4.48 Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization
Type No. of Social Welfar e Barangay Social Welfare Org./ Instrume ntalities

Services Offered

Senio r Care Cente r

Medica l Care Relief Reha b

Day Care Cente r

Med Health Cente r

Others Specify

Govt .

Priv/ NG O

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counselin g


Self Employmen t Assistance

Day Care Services , Supp Feeding



2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2

95parents 20youths 31elderly 440parents 79elderly 112parents

101 PSC 105 520 PSC 42 117 PSC 200 42 16 35 20 10 5 22 15 32 65 377 PSC 49elderly 92 PSC 13 families 3 92

1 2


Campo 8


40parents 42elderly

10 10

285 PSC


112parents 10 women 180elerly 265parents

138 PSC

Capt. Claudio

Feeding Center 1

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TABLE 4.48 Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization
Type No. of Social Welfar e Barangay Social Welfare Org./ Instrume ntalities

Services Offered

Senio r Care Cente r

Medica l Care Relief Reha b

Day Care Cente r

Med Health Cente r

Others Specif y

Govt .

Priv/ NG O

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counselin g


Self Employmen t Assistance

Day Care Services , Supp Feeding

267 PSC



2 2 2 1 2 1 1 6 1 2 2 1 2 5 2 23 1 2 2 1 2 2

217parents 58elderly

10 families

House Repair


128families 53 540families 873elderly 262women 237parents 59elderly 60parents 26women 130parents 82children 32elderly 232parents 10women 30 parents 211parents 10 women


161 PSC 58 PSC 749 PSC



Dumlog Ibo Ilihan

133 31 10

26 PSC 69 PSC 42 149 PSC 10 50 1

1 2 1

1 1 1

Gen. Climaco


304 PSC



213 PSC

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TABLE 4.48 Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization
Type No. of Social Welfar e Barangay Social Welfare Org./ Instrume ntalities

Services Offered

Senior Care Cente r

Medica l Care Relief Reha b

Day Care Cente s

Med Healt h Cente r

Others Specify

Govt .

Priv/ NG O

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counselin g

Self Employment Assistance

Day Care Services , Supp Feeding




2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 5 4 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

103parents 174 PSC 11 women 133parents 20 Grade1 10 women 127parents 133 PSC 100elderly 580parents 10women 61elderly 313parents 424 PSC 62 elderly 229 11

2 157 PSC 1

Luray II


24 133

92 5




Media Once



156 32

Pangamihan Poblacion

96parents 10families 151families 25 women 541elderly 26 PWD

96 887

119 PSC 163

1 1

1 1

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Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization
Type No. of Social Welfare Barangay Social Welfare Org./ Instrumen talities

Services Offered

Senior Care Center

Medical Care Relief Rehab

Day Care Center

Med Health Center

Others Specify


Priv/ NGO

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counseling

Self Employment Assistance

Day Care Services, Supp Feeding

Putingbato Poog



2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 6 3 2 1

79parents 11women 264parents 82elderly 54families 110parents 2pupils 121parents

58 182

93 PSC 297 PSC

1 1

1 1 Shelter Assistan ce House Repair


148 PSC

Sam-ang Sangi

1 132 PSC 8 151 12 241 PSC 3 1 1

12women 238parents 10women 156elderly 20 Grade1 131parents 10families 207parents 245parents 10families 164elderly

Subayon Sto. Nio Talavera

44 56families 32

138 PSC 119 PSC 45 285 PSC 10 2 3

1 1 2 1

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TABLE 4.48 Location, Number, Nature of Services and Facilities by Type of Social Welfare Organization City of Toledo 2003-2006
Type No. of Social Welfar e Baranga y Social Welfare Org./ Instrument alities

Services Offered

Senior Care Cente r

Medica l Care Relief Reha b

Day Care Cente r

Medica l Health Center

Others Specify

Govt .

Priv/ NG O

No./Type Of Clientele Served

Family Life Education & Counselin g


Self Employmen t Assistance

Day Care Services , Supp Feeding

124 PSC




2 1 2 2 2

105parents 56elderly 10families 114parents 15families


114 PSC

Source: CSWDO, Toledo City Clients Record Book Legend: SEA DCSPG SCA KDCC PSC PYA -Self- Employment Assistance -Day Care Service Parents Group -Senior Citizens Association -Kakasaka Day Care Center -Preschool Children -Pag-Asa Youth Association LSM -Lingap sa Mahirap DDC -Day Care Center CSAP -Core Shelter Assistance Project AMCHA-Atlas Mining Community Handicapped Association PES -Parents Effectiveness Service SF -Supplemental Feeding

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TABLE 4.49 Distribution of Cases Served by Type of Clientele System City of Toledo 2003-2006 Barangay Families in EDC
Awihao Bagacay Bato Biga Bulongan Bunga Cabitoonan Calong-Calong Cambang-ug Camp 8 Canlumampao Cantabaco Capt. Claudio Carmen Daanglungsod DAS Dumlog Ibo Ilihan Gen. Climaco Landahan 121 176 288 84 318 150 145 59 604 137 328 263 461 197 139 667 143 139 182 219 90

Community in EDC

Type of Clientele System Women Children & Senior In EDC Youth Citizen In EDC
15 4 130 3 10 5 8 4 11 3 8 26 9 5 9 17 6 8 10 5 13 8 136 848 143 228 163 20 6 528 123 297 159 401 29 78 25 287 13 158 26 217 161 165 79 31 42 180 43 58 96 873 59 32 -

Person with Disabilities

12 47 15 8 23 22 22 76 32 51 51 51 17 21 115 25 25 32 14

Victim of Natural Man-Made Disasters

1 1 2 1 3 4 5 3 3 1

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TABLE 4.49 Distribution of Cases Served by Type of Clientele System City of Toledo 2003-2006 Barangay Families in EDC
Loay Luray II Magdugo Matab-ang Media-Once Pangamihan Poblacion Poog Putingbato Sagay Sam-ang Sangi Subayon Sto. Nio Talavera Tubod Tungkay 127 253 342 183 515 53 994 188 59 59 218 181 43 59 457 182 21

Community in EDC
X X X X X X -

Women In EDC
2 26 9 56 15 1 74 38 2 13 46 5 6 20 4 -

Type of Clientele System Children & Youth Senior In EDC Citizen

177 206 148 615 447 1 300 320 2 3 136 275 144 11 315 123 116 100 61 62 541 82 156 103 164 56 -

Person with Disabilities

30 25 46 65 26 49 21 25 13 20 22 25 24 11

Victim of Natural Man-Made Disasters

2 1 3 3 1 6 3 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 -

EDC- Especially Difficult Circumstances

Source: CSWDO, Toledo City Clients Record Book

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TABLE 4.50 DAY CARE MASTERLIST, As of 2nd Quarter 2006 Barangay Awihao Bagakay Bato Day Care Center Day Care Worker Gynnalin Canillo Macelisa Rico Cheryl Limotin Virginia Formentera Connie Abatayo Mercedita Sepada Josephine Pacquit Josephine Pacquit Erlinda Villarmea Ma. Mylyn Macapobre Jenisa Mangyao Maristelle Derder Tita Barcon Lloyda Prandas Herlinda Amba Ethel Pardillo Inocencia Gabiana Lourdes Altariba Helen Lapinid Norilyn Recamora Gemma Librinca Editha Madrid Carmelina Cabrillos Date of Accreditation No. of Session 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 No. of Children Served 28 36 50 77 70 34 33 26 37 61 20 36 37 64 62 30 30 50 27 56 26 59 28

Awihao DCC Bagakay DCC Bato DCC I Bato DCC II Bato DCC III Biga Biga DCC Bulongan Bulongan DCC Bulongan Cantigay DCC Bunga Bunga DCC Cabitoonan Cabitoonan DCC CalongCalong Calongcalong DCC Canlumamapao Canlumampao DCC Canlumamapao Anislag DCC Cambang-ug Cambang-ug Proper DCC Cambang-ug Dakit DCC Camp 8 Camp 8 DCC Cantabaco Cantabaco DCC Capt. Claudio Capt. Claudio Proper Capt. Claudio Maypay Carmen Carmen DCC Daanlungsod Daanlungsod DCC DAS DAS Buswang DCC DAS Morning Star DCC Source: CSWDO, Toledo City City of Toledo Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP)

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TABLE 4.50 DAY CARE MASTERLIST As of 2nd Quarter 2006 Barangay DAS Dumlog Ibo Ilihan Landahan Loay Luray II Magdugo Malubog Matab-ang Media-Once Pangamihan Poblacion Poog Day Care Center DASMASICCO DCC DAS QMWMQQ DCC DAS Highway 81 DCC Dumlog DCC None Ilihan DCC Landahan Proper DCC Landahan Tapon DCC Loay DCC Luray II DCC Magdugo Panog DCC Malubog Casoy DCC Malubog Old Bucao DCC Matab-ang DCC I Matab-ang Proper DCC Media-Once Proper DCC Media-Once Baud DCC Media-Once Cantigay DCC Pangamihan DCC Poblacion DCC Poog Proper DCC Poog NASA DCC Day Care Worker Salvacion Panilag Lucita Yusoy Maida Flores Genevieve Villarubia None Lisa Fuentes Luz Apurado Luz Apurado Rosemarie Elladora Evanglene Solomon Jonnafe Pardillo Leonora Barrientos Leonora Barrientos Monalisa Capacite Ludivina Lopez Jurlina Geralla Jurlina Geralla Teresita Delima Mercedita Maturan Desideria Laspoa Monica Ventura Maryluna Acosta Date of Accreditation 8/20/04 9/29/04 9/29/04 9/29/04 None 8/14/06 10/5/02 No. of Session 1 1 1 2 None 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 No. of Children Served 24 28 25 71 None 30 29 25 31 38 28 33 27 74 72 36 28 26 26 39 56 30

9/15/04 9/15/04 9/19/02 9/19/02 8/15/02 10/10/02 9/5/02 9/15/02

Source : CSWDO, Toledo City

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TABLE 4.50 DAY CARE MASTERLIST As of 2nd Quarter 2006 Barangay Putingbato Sagay Sam-ang Sangi Sto. Nio Subayon Talavera Tubod Tungkay Day Care Center Putingbato DCC Sagay DCC I Sam-ang DCC Sangi DCC Sto. Nio DCC Subayon DCC Talavera Camanchiles Talavera Bahay ni Pureza Tubod DCC Tungkay DCC Day Care Worker Jessica Secuya Josephine Langgamon Marrieta Ponting Zelia Concepcion Lourifel Sayloon Teodora Caballero Estrellita Escalante Sr. Lea Monette Arroyo Geraline Lapining Cherley Abatayo Date of Accreditation 9/23/04 9/14/04 9/28/04 8/24/04 No. of Session 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 No. of Children Served 30 25 31 62 25 38 66 30 24
pre-schoolers served

Source: CWSDO, Toledo City The city has fifty-five (55) Day Care Centers managed by 55 Day Care Workers with a total of 2,084 aging usually from 4-5 years old. Table 4.51 demonstrates the On-Going Programs and Projects of the Toledo City Social Welfare and Development Office. These services are allocated to the 38 barangays of the city corresponding to the nature and its beneficiary.

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On-going Projects and Programs Concerning Social Welfare TABLE 4.51 On-Going Programs and Projects City of Toledo 2003-2006 Location/ Nature Coverag e
38Barangays 38Barangays 38Barangays 38Barangays 38Barangays 38Barangays 38 Barangays >Seminar on Pre-marriage counseling >Provision of additional capital assistance to qualified beneficiaries >Counseling to families who have problems on relationship, court related cases, etc. >Seminar on effective parenting, responsible parenthood, etc. >Counseling and issuance of certificate of eligibility >Attendance to barangay sessions, organizations of Barangay Council for the Protection of Children >Conduct volunteer works in the barangay >Organization of out of school youths in the barangay. >Counseling to minors engaged in deviant activities >Facilitate skills training based on the identified need Conducted inventory of skills to meet the identified need >Assist youthful offender while undergoing court trials >Provision of Day Care Service in the barangay >Conduct counseling to women who have problems on relationship with the family >Facilitate/refer skills training on hi-speed sewing and food processing >Conduct seminar on maternal Health & Child Care >Assist /facilitate court related cases >Provision of additional capital to women with on-going business

I. Family/Community Welfare 1) Marriage Counseling Service 2)Self Employment Assistance 3)Family Casework 4)Parent Effectiveness Service 5)Special Services for Solo Parent 6)Social Welfare Structure & Development 7)Community Volunteer Service and (CVRD) II. Devt.


>Would be couples >Residents in the barangay engage in small scale business >Family, children >Couple >Solo Parent >Barangay Officials >Parents, youth ,barangay officials

Child and Youth Welfare

1)Peer Group Service (PGS) 2)Community Based Service for PreDelinquent Youth (CBSPDY) 3)Practical Skills Development ( PSD) 4)Court Related Service ( CRS) 5)Day Care Service (CRS)

38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays 38 Barangays

>Underprivileged out of school and in school youths >Delinquent youths below 18 years of age >qualified out of school youths >Children in conflict with the law >Indigent children ages 3-6 years old >Abused/underprivileged women >18-59 years old women >Women of Reproductive age >Abused women >Qualified and identified women

III.Women Welfare 1)Counseling Service 2)Practical Skills Training (Hi-Speed) & Food Processing 3)Maternal Health & Child Care 4)Court Related Service (CRS) 5)Self-Employment Assistance (SEA)

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Source: CSWDO, Toledo City

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TABLE 4.51 On-Going Programs and Projects City of Toledo 2003-2006 Programs/Projects
IV.Emergency Assistance 1)Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation 2)Referrals 3)Supplemental Feeding V.Elderly /Persons with Disabilities 1) Self Employment Assistance (SEA) 2)Practical Skills Development on Food Processing / Soap Making 3)Self Social Enhancement of Elderly 4)Special Services for Elderly 5)Practical Sklls Development of PWD-Therapeutic Massage/Electronics, etc. 6)Special/social enhancement of PWD 7)Self/social enhancement of PWD 8)Educational Assistance (Alay Lakad) 9)Assistance for Physical Restoration to PWD/Elderly

Location/ Coverage
38 Barangays 38 Barangays 9 Barangays 23 Barangays 23 Barangays 23 Barangays 23 Barangays Sporadic Barangays Sporadic Barangays AMCHA 13 Barangays 8 Barangays

>Provision of aid to qualified individuals >Linkage with other agencies for assistance >Provision of supplemental feeding >Facilitate swine dispersal project to qualified recipients >Facilitate skills training on soap making and food processing >Affliation on self help groups/association >Participation/involvement in various activities by the association >Facilitate referral service for PSD at AVRC Area of Vocational Rehabilitation Center /AMCHA >Encourage PWD participation/involvement in various activities >Affliation of self help groups >Scholarship Programs >Provision of wheelchair, cane, crutches & prosthesis

>Indigent clients >Qualified indigent client referrals / Senior Citizens >Undernourished pre-school children 2nd & 3rd degree

>Senior citizens >Senior Citizens >Senior Citizens >Peersons with disabilities

>Persons with disabilities >Persons with disabilities >Persons with disabilities > Persons with disabilities

Source: CSWDO, Toledo City

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Table 4.52 Number of Personnel/Manpower to deliver Social Welfare Services 2003 - 2006 Programs/Projects I. Family/Community Welfare 1.) Marriage Counseling Service 2.) Self-Employment Assistance 3.) Family Casework 4.) Parent Effectiveness Service 5.) Special Services for Solo parent 6.) Social Welfare Structure & Development 7.) Community Volunteer Service and Development (CVRD) II. Child and Youth Welfare 1.) Peer Group Service (PGS) 2.) Community Based Service for Pre-Delinquent Youth (CBSPDY) 3.) Practical Skills Development (PSD) 4.) Court Related Service (CRS) 5.) Day Care Service (CRS) III. Women Welfare 1.) Counseling Service 2.) Practical Skills Training (Hi-speed & Food Processing) 3.) Maternal Health & Child Care 4.) Court Related Service (CRS) 5.) Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) IV. Emergency Assistance 1.) Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation 2.) Referrals V. Elderly/Persons with Disabilities 1.) Self Employment Assistance (SEA) 2.) Practical Skills Development on Food Processing/Soap Making 3.) Self Enhancement for Elderly 4.) Special Social Services for Elderly 5.) Practical Skills Development of PWD Therapeutic Massage/Electronics, etc. 6.) Self Enhancement of PWD 7.) Special Social Services for PWD 8.) Educational Assistance (Alay Lakad) 9.) Assistance for Physical Restoration to PWD/Elderly Number of Personnel 12 5 4 4 4 3 3

1 4 1 4 55 4 5 1 4 5 12 11 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 5 1

Problems in the Delivery of Social Services 1. No temporary home for Children In Conflict With The Law (CICL) and Women in Difficult Circumstances (WIDC) while the case is still on process/pending filing of the case and preparing necessary documents for placement. 2. Slow disposition of cases filed incourt for minor offender at Fiscal's level. 3. Some barangay officials are non-functional on their mandated task.

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4.6. e

Social Reform Agenda (SRA)

Pursuant to Memo-Circular 98-218 dated November 18,1998 and in

accordance with RA 8425 otherwise known as the Social Reform Agenda (SRA) and Poverty Alleviation Act, the city government created the Minimum Basic Needs Technical Working Group (MBN-TWG) and provided administrative and financial support to carry out the objectives of the program.

General Objective:
To pursue the war against poverty by addressing the minimum basic needs of the poor and the disadvantaged group.

Specific Objectives:
1) Identify the most disadvantaged group. 2) Organize them into clusters of livelihood group. 3) Corporate them to undertake group base enterprise which the group members shall jointly operate and manage. 4) Establish the Ugnayan Pangkalakalan sa Barangay.

SRA PROFILE 2003-2007 I. Directing Staff/Technical Working Group

Hon. Arlene E. Zambo Hon. Aurelio P. Espinosa Mr. Edwin A. Abad Mr. Amador Cavan Mr. Jeremias C. Barcenas Mrs. Eleuteria E. Alvez Mrs. Maria Teresita E. Largo Mrs. Milagros Espera Engr. Wilfredo D. Damgo Engr. Salvador Sanes Engr. Arturo A. Dy Dr. Jesusa A. Bacus Mrs. Lucila Tomarong Mrs. Gloria Pacampara Mrs. Lucia Z. Briones City Mayor Vice Mayor OIC, City Administrator Executive Assistant I City Budget Officer City Treasurer OIC, City Accountant CSWDO OIC. CPDO/Chairperson City Engineer NGO Representative City Health Officer City Agriculturist DILG Officer AAI/Secretary SRA TWG

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II. SRA Budget 2003 -Php 1,000,000.00 2004 500,000.00 2005 500,000.00 2006 250,000.00 2007 500,000.00

SRA SEA LOAN - 100 beneficiaries - 73 beneficiaries - None - 83 beneficiaries

III. PROGRAMS /SERVICES 2003 100 beneficiaries

18 Cooked Food Vending 8 - Vegetable Farming 1 - Bread Making

10 barangays
36 Sari-sari 1-Tuba Vending 1-Tobacco

31-Buy & Sell 3-RTW Vending 1-Chorizo Making


73 beneficiaries

121 3 1 -

7 barangays
Vegetable Farming Fish Vending RTW/Ukay Ukay Vending Buli Broom Making

6 -Cooked Food Vending 41-Sari-sari Vending 8 - Buy & Sell 1 - Rubber Pot Making


83 beneficiaries

5 barangays

15 Vegetable Farming 12 - Sari-sari vending 1 - Tuba Vending 25 - Candle Making

7 - Sack Bag Making 10 Buy & Sell Fruits 12- Cooked Food Vending 1 - Charcoal Vending

IV. SRA Tabang Eskwela Project - 50 Scholars School Year 2006-2007 School Year 2007-2008
19 6 - Elementary - High School 13 12 - Elementary - High School

V. Linghap sa Mahirap 100 Poorest Families

1999 Identification of the five (5) depressed barangays where the 100 poorest families were also identified. Barangay Poog Barangay Biga Barangay Sagay Barangay Carmen Barangay Bagakay 20 families 20 families 20 families 20 families 20 families 100 Poorest Families

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100 POOREST FAMILIES WERE GIVEN THE FOLLOWING: A. Granted Php 100,000.00 from the National Food Authority ( NFA) in the
amount of Php 20,000.00 per barangay selling NFA rice at a low cost. B. Additional capital to their NFA store thru loan assistance from NGO thru Engr. Arturo A. Dy in the amount of thirty thousand pesos ( Php 30,000.00) per barangay. C. 2000 Grant of Php 100,000.00 from the National Housing Authority ( NHA) for the repair of their houses at ten thousand pesos ( Php 10,000.00 ) each beneficiary. Eight thousand pesos for the bill of materials and two thousand pesos for the labor cost. D. The 100 poorest families from the 5 depressed barangays were given PhilHealth Insurance.

4.6 f Center for Street Children

The Lingap Center was established on September 7, 1988 to serve as a traditional to home for street the children in order to provide care and and protection prevent moral, emotional, physical , intellectual

economic decline of street children. The Center shall provide a home like atmosphere wherein children shall be involved in all household work as part of building their self-worth and positive outlook in living. Services provided to the children shall be geared towards values re-orientation and provision of spiritual, physical, intellectual and economic opportunities to enhance their capabilities. On the other hand, service to families shall be provided to enable them to function effectively in the care and supervision of their children once they are returned. Lingap Center caters period of six months to one year. to the children/youth ages six to fifteen years of age, male and female for a

Programs and Services: The Lingap Center provides the following services:
1) Social services family; 2) Health services to to include rule out health any care, medical and dental examination/treatment nutrition and diet. infection, disease/ailment, proper provides comprehensive social services to child and his

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3) Group Living Services to include physical care, guided group discussions and home life activities. 4) Psychology/Psychiatric services through administration and interpretation of psychological test/psychiatric evaluation that will determine their mental ability and capability. 5) Religious services to include religious counseling, religious group activities and instruction. 6) Socio-Cultural & Recreational to encourage the child to participate in sociocultural and recreational activities. 7) Functional Literacy involves the teaching of basic education (4Rs) for illiterate residents, non-formal discussion of session on current issues and value re-orientation. 8) Productivity Program services to provide opportunities for income generation/livelihood project development.

9) Poster Placement to provide home life experience outside the center.

4.6 .g Senior Citizen Care Center

The Federation of Senior Citizens Association of the Philippines

( FSCAP) Toledo City Chapter was organized in 1983. It was composed of 15 barangay chapters with a total membership of 500 elderlies under the leadership of Ms. Flora Trocio. To date the Federation has 3,518 members with 22 barangay chapters availing the benefits and privileges as provided under RA 7432 of 1993 and RA 9257 as Expanded Senior Citizens act of 2003, otherwise known as An Act Granting Additional Benefits and Privileges to Senior Citizens amending for the purpose RA 7432, otherwise known as An Act to Maximize the Contribution of Senior Citizens to Nation Building, Grant Benefits and Special Privileges. In 1996, the old building occupied by the City Planning Office was renovated and improved by the City Government as office of the Senior Citizens Affair amounting to Two Hundred Thousand Pesos (Php 200,000.00). The center is the venue for conducting meetings, trainings and for social and cultural activities. Income generating project on swine dispersal benefited 110 active members. Skills demo on food processing and soap making is conducted by an elderly multiplier, thus recipients are out of school youths, women

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and elderly. Annual budget from AIP amounting to two hundred thousand pesos( Php 200,000.00) granted by the city government subsidized the honorarium of federation and chapter presidents as well as office supplies and equipment. The federation has musical instruments that the senior citizens utilized as venue of relaxation and cultural activities. A new building of the senior citizens affairs costing Two million pesos ( Php 2,000,000.00) was funded by Congressman Madamba with the counterpart of the city government as per RA 7876 which is now operational and located in a government property in Barangay Ilihan.

Sports and Recreation

The Philippine Sports Commission is the agency tasked to promote the development of sports in the country and foster physical fitness, selfdiscipline, teamwork and excellence for the development of a healthy and alert citizenry through a unified national sports promotion and development program. On the other hand, the LGU is mandated to provide sports facilities in their locality as stated in Sec. 17 of the Local Government Code. Aside from the provision of facilities, it is concurrent with the city to develop programs that are in consonance with those of the national agency. The Toledo City Sports Commission was created on August 27, 2002 by virtue of an Ordinance No. 2002-22 for the purpose of providing the community with a physical fitness and recreation program and equal opportunity for sports training. The sports development program and training of the city involves various activities which may include the following: o o o Inter- Barangay Sports Competition to be subdivided into 8-10 zones Inter-School Sports Competition with the participation of Private Schools Cheer-Dance Competition The Inter-Barangay and Inter-Schools sports competition include

basketball, volleyball, table tennis, lawn tennis , chess and track and field divided into male and female categories. Each barangay in the city has at least one (1) sport/recreational facility and is generally a basketball court individually maintained by the barangay. Bigger activities involving large number of participation are held in the Marcelo Barba Sports Complex, a government-owned facility in Barangay Poblacion. The annual school sports competition is held in the Toledo City Central School grounds in Barangay Luray or in the Toledo Vocational School grounds in Barangay Ilihan.

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Table 4.53 shows the list of existing sports/recreational facilities in each barangay. Other than the standard basketball courts, the city has existing parks/playground. Three (3) of which are government-owned while one (1) is a privately-owned but opened to the public for free.

TABLE 4.53 Location, Number, Size/Area of Existing Sports/ Recreational Facilities By Type Sports and Recreation Facilities
Private 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. Awihao Community Center Bagakay Basketball Court Bato Community Center Bulongan Community Center Bunga Basketball Court Cabitoonan Basketball Court Calong-Calong Basketball Court Cambang-ug Community Center Camp 8 Basketball Court Cananapan II Basketball Court (Camp 8) Canlumampao Basketball Court Cantabaco Community Center Carmen Basketball Court Daanlungsod Basketball Court DAS Basketball Court Andres Soriano Memorial School ( DAS) Dumlog Basketball Court Ibo Community Center Ilihan Community Center Landahan Basketball Court Loay Basketball Court Luray II Community Center Magdugo Community Center Matab-ang Community Center Media-Once Basketball Court Pangamihan Basketball Court Barba Sports Complex, Poblacion Poog Community Center Puting-Bato Basketball Court Sagay Basketball Court Sam-ang Basketball Court Sangi Community Center J-CLED Gym, Barangay Sto. Nio Sto. Nio Community Center Subayon Basketball Court Talavera Community Center Tubod Community Center Tungkay Basketball Court Public

Name of Barangay

Lot Area/ Size (In. Sq.M)

1,500 500 2,000 500 500 1,000 500 1,200 500 500 500 1,000 700 500 600 1,000 800 500 800 500 500 800 800 500 800 500 2,000 500 500 500 500 800 2,000 800 800 800 500 500

General Condition
Well maintained -do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-

Source: City Planning & Development Office, Toledo City

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TABLE 4.54 Existing/Potential Recreational Areas City of Toledo Location Type of Area Recreational Area
Sta. Ana-Lebumfacil Park Poblacion Plaza Unity Park & Playground DAS Park City

Existing Potential Cabitoonan, Toledo City Poblacion, Toledo City Poblacion, Toledo City DAS, Toledo City Source: Office of the City Planning & Dev. , Toledo

Sta. Ana-Lebumfacil Park This is a recreational area in Barangay Cabitoonan but the barangay has initiated that was

developed by a private the Lebumfacil family

citizen for public use. The property is owned by the transfer of the

property to the barangay by way of a Deed of Donation. This recreational area includes children playground facilities, concrete benches and tables and comfort rooms. Residents from the barangay and those from neighboring barangays enjoy the facilities free of charge. Poblacion Plaza The Poblacion Plaza is located right in front of the Toledo City Hall and has been existing for the past thirty years. This is a basic public square for simple relaxation purposes . It has concrete benches and is endowed with trees and other ornamentals. Every December, the city government observes a Light-A-Tree program and the plaza is the city government and will soon be developed Heritage and Musuem area. Unity Park and Playground The Unity Park and Playground was developed by the city as part of the adorned Toledo with spectacular Christmas lights and decors. The plaza is maintained by

government to draw together the

local barberque vendors and provide a It also provides a space for flower This is located near the

bigger playground for the children.

vendors and food outlets that are privately-owned. St. John Sahagun Parish and Toledo Tennis Court.

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DAS Park The DAS Park is located in front of Mt. Carmel Parish and due to limited space and barangay activities may be held. Problems, Issues and Needs: As it is eminent in almost local government units, the common attributed to fiesta the fact that sports and is The almost llimited a less favorable and is used

by barangay residents for recreation and leisure. It only has basic facilities location, development of the same will be difficult to pursue. It has a community stage within where

problem is seen in the quality of the athletes and the poor development of fitness and sports program. This is activities are usually to undertaken and concentrated basketball during volleyball time


funding for training, purchase of sports equipment and facilities confront not only the city but down to the barangays. To date, almost barangays has their own basketball courts that are utilized also for other cultural and recreational activities. Sports Complex located in Barangay Poblacion is The Marcelo Barba the official venue area for and better

city-related activites due to its bigger capacity, larger for

facilities. However, there is still a need to construct a much bigger venue sports, cultural and recreational activities owing to the fact that the bigger can be in in and audience as compared to the past years . suitable areas for sports and recreation that the Oval in the City Central School ideal for track and field. city has a growing population and the activities usually generates participation Other

developed by the city includes Barangay Ilihan which are both

Barangay Luray and the Open Space in the Toledo Vocational School

Inasmuch as

development of both areas will need enormous funding, the city has to source out the funds from other agencies . The city through the Toledo Sports Commission can formulate a better program for sports and fitness. The program should likewise integrate training programs for athletes in various fields and fitness and sports equipment . purchase of

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Protective Services 4.8. a Toledo National Police (PNP) 1. Situational Analysis

The Toledo National Police has a strength of fifty-six (56) PNP

personnel headed by a Police Superintendent, followed by police commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers and non-uniform personnel. Of these police force, some are assigned in traffic management services doing traffic assistance, investigation work, mobile patrol and other regular police works. At the barangay level, the Toledo City PNP Station through the Office of the City Mayor supervises the barangay tanods in each barangay.

2. Facilities/Resources
The Toledo City local police department is holding office at the Barangay Poblacion. Apart from their service firearms and ammunitions, the logistics include One (1) unit Patrol Car, One (1) unit Mitsubishi Canter, One (1) unit Isuzu Pickup , One (1) unit Patrol Jeep stationed at Don Andres Soriano (DAS) Police Sub-station and six (6) Motorcycle units. Apparently, the lack of transportation for peace and order campaign and lack of communication facilities represents the weakness/constraints of the police force. Thus, there is a need to upgrade these facilities by acquiring more patrol cars, motorcycles, state-of-the-art anti-crime equipment/gadgets and full computerization to systematize the filing and establish the database system of the department.

3. Police Services
a. Campaign against Illegal Drugs b. Campaign against Illegal Gambling c. Campaign against Illegal Extraction of Sand & Gravel d. Campaign against Loose Firearm e. No Plate, No Travel Policy

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Incidence of Crime Table 4.55 Crime Incidence

Type of Offenses INDEX CRIME 2003 2004 19 16 31 22 2 0 13 9 10 14 8 11 15 24 98 96 NON INDEX 2003 2004
16 6 1 0 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 9 6 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 3 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 35

Frequency of Occurrence Total Crime Volume

2003 2004 2005 2006 Total

Nature Murder Homicide Parricide Rape Physical Injury Robbery Theft Total Nature

2005 27 18 1 6 35 14 18 119 CRIME 2005

17 4 4 0 6 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 41

2006 6 16 1 5 76 11 40 155 2006

8 5 0 5 2 4 0 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 2 3 52











RA 9165 (Illegal Drugs) RA 8294 (Loose FAS) PD 1602 (Illegal Gambling) PD 1619 (Volatile Substance) BP Blg 6 (Deadly Weapon) Assault/Resistance RA 8550 (Illegal Fishing) RPC 315 (Estafa) Malicious Mischief Slander Threat Acts of Lasciviousness Trespassing Violation of Gun Ban Anti-Fencing Law Carnapping Adultery Vagrancy RA 7620 (Child Abuse) Swindling RPA 168 (Fake Money) RA 9262(Crime Against Women) Total






Source: Toledo City Police Station NCRS Table 4.55 shows the general peace and order situation in the city with a low incidence of both index and non-index crime. The incidence of index crime marked a high record for physical injuries in the year 2006 with the violation of R.A. 9165 (Illegal Drugs) as highest in the year 2005 for the non-index crime.

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4.8 b Bureau of Fire Protection 1. Situational Analysis

The Bureau of Fire Protection, Toledo City is a National Fire Protection agency mandated to suppress any kind of destructive fires and its prevention and investigation within its assigned area of responsibility. The firefighting apparatus includes three (3) operational fire trucks to cater to the needs of Toledo City and its nearby municipalities. The two serviceable fire truck is owned by the national government and the latest one is funded by the local government of Toledo City.

2. Facilities/Resources
The overall station personnel strength is composed of sixteen (16) active

BFP regulars to include the Acting City Fire Marshal. Four (4) detailed civilian personnel from the local government augment the force and assist in the overall operation including clerical jobs.

3. Fire Services
a. Fire Prevention and Investigation b. Lecture/Seminars/Fire Drills c. Barangay Tanod Skills Enhancement Training d. Disaster Preparedness Program e. Basic First Aid and Basic Life Support Training & Seminar


Incidence of Fire
Table 4.56 Fire Incidence 2003-2006 Type of Offense 2003 7 3 (1) 10 Frequency of Occurrence 2004 11 7 (2) 18 2005 11 4 (1) 15 2006 11 4 0 14 Total 40 18 (4) 58

1. Index Damage above P 10,000.00 2. Non-Index - Damage below P10,000.00 3. Arson Total

Source: Bureau of Fire Protection, Toledo City

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Existing Fire Hydrants 1) Katipunan St. (Fronting Gerongco Lumber) 2) Katipunan St. besides City Auditors Office 3) Cor. Hinulawan St. (Katipunan St. fronting Perolino Residence) 4) Luray II ( fronting Borja residence) 5) Sangi corner Sipaway 6) Cor. Katipunan & Rafols Sts. (beside Burger Machine) 7) Luray II (fronting Candol residence) 8) Sangi ( fronting Paran residence) 9) Barangay Ilihan at corner of ACMDC road Corner Poloyapoy & Hinulawan Sts. Katipunan St., beside Toledo City Hall Recommended Areas for Fire Hydrant Installation 1) 2) Corner Katipunan & Rafols St. Sangi (fronting Paran residence) 3) Barangay Ilihan (corner of ACMDC road) 4) Corner Rafols & Poloyapoy Sts. 5) Corner Magsaysay and Mercado Sts. 6) Katipunan St. (Jester Corner) 7) Baybay I (cor. HInulawan St. Ext.) 8) Sangi Riverside (fronting Cabancalan Shed) Bus Terminal Area Beside Toledo City Hospital

10) 11)

9) 10)

4.8. c Development Needs/Programs/Strategies of PNP and BFP: a. Situational Analysis

The Toledo PNP and BFP are confronted with the same issues and constraints that are primarily focused on the inadequacy of the present logistics including the lack of communication facilities. The city recognizes the needs to upgrade and augment the needs of this sector in order to strengthen their capabilities.

b. Strategies
o o o o Establishment of computerization to systematize the files and

establish the database of the department Lobbying for additional police personnel to augment the existing force Acquisition of more facilities and equipment Strengthening of civilian organization

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o o o o o o o

Establish/install police station in every barangay in the City Construction of Drug Rehabilitation Center Procurement of firefighting paraphernalia and apparatus Procurement of additional fire trucks, water tanks and aerial

ladders for high-rise buildings and edifices Hiring of additional fire personnel Installation of new fire hydrants in strategic location and

construction of sub-stations Improvement of existing jail site and provision of water supply, transportation, surveillance equipment, communication facilities and computer units o Construction of Fire Station Building at the back of City Engineering Building if present BFP Building will be used by the city for other developmental plans

4.8. d Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP)

The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) is the national agency that manages and supervises the detention and rehabilitation of law offenders. At present, it has a strength of nineteen (19) jail personnel with the City Jail Warden as its head. The new Toledo City Jail is located at Kabutongan, Barangay Landahan with a total land area of 1,500 sq.m. The jail building area is approximately 500 sq.m. There are at presen t 192 inmates with 24 insular prisoners. The BJMP provides the following services to its inmates: Provision of basic needs services such as food subsistence, water and accommodation Health services such as medical and dental services from RBJMP 7 Health Service Unit Religious guidance and services Sports and Recreational Activities Livelihood and Work Programs Visitation Privileges Paralegal Services

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Future Development Plans and Objectives of the BJMP:

o The present center has 198 inmates in a 500 sq.meter jail building. The ideal space for each person inside the jail according to the United Nations Minimum Standard requirement is 3 sq. meter. Hence, the center needs 600 sq. meters building to adhere to such requirement. o o Improvement of jail environment that is well-ventilated, clean and adequately spaced Establishment of linkages with GOs and NGOs to provide more rehabilitation services including literacy and vocational skills training services o o o Creation of livelihood projects and self-sufficiency programs Coordinate with educational institutions to develop their students to provide counseling services to offenders Coordinate with the religious sector to conduct Bible Study and initiate programs and activities inside the cell for moral uplifment and religious reorientation

o Coordinate with Regional Office for Paralegal Personnel Evaluation of

prisoners serving maximum penalty and coordinate with Probation and Parole Office for those who are qualified to avail the program.

Policy Recommendations: o Adherence

o o to United Nations Standard Requirements in treating

prisoners/inmates Adherence to the provision of basic rights of a person to include detainees and inmates Adherence to Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Manual in treating inmates under jail custody

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4.8. e Other facilities for emergency warning, rehabilitation purposes Table 4.57 Location, Area, Size of Force, Force-Population Ratio, Facilities and Equipment City of Toledo 2003-2006
Location Location, Area, Size of Force, Force Protective Services Area (sq. m.) Existing Size of Force Force Population Ratio Facilities Equipment

Police/Fire Police Force Headquarters Station Diosdado Macapagal Highway, Toledo 228 sq.m 45 PNP Personnel 2,872 Policeman per 1,000 inhabitants FAs 20 M16 rifle 1 Sterling 3 Carbine 15 9mm Pistol 14 .38 cal. Revolver 1 unit Patrol Car (LGU) 1 Mitsubishi Canter (LGU) 1 unit Isuzu Pick-up (LGU) 1 unit Patrol Jeep Yellow issued at DAS PCP (LGU) 1 unit Yamaha Motorcycle (PNP) 5 units Honda Motorcycle (LGU)

Prisoner/Van Rescue Truck

Others (Specify)

DAS Police Community Precint

DAS, Toledo City

70 sq.m

11 PNP Personnel

Source: PNP, BFP, BJMP, Toledo City

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Table 4.57 Location, Area, Size of Population, Force- Population Ratio, Equipment and Facilities City of Toledo 2003-2006
Protective Services Location Area

Existing Size of Force

Force Population Ratio

Facilities Equipment Police/Fire Equipment and Vehicle Prisoner/ Van Rescue Truck Others (Specify)

DAS Police Community Precinct (cont.) Fire Protection Headquarters Sub-Station/ Stations Bureau of Jail Mangement & Penology Poblacion DAS Landahan 201.25 60 500 sq.m. 16 1:7,700 4 19

2 units Computers 1 unit Fax Machine (Cebeco III) 2 Finger Print Kits ( PNP) 1 Portable Typewriter 2 Firetruck, 1 Multicab 1 Firetruck 1 Kia Van 12 ga. Shotgun 3 9mm Pistols

Source: PNP, BFP, BJMP, Toledo City

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