ECO19-Regional and Urban Econ

Prepared By:
Desiree Cokingco
Nyl Manilili
Joyce Timosa
Richelle dela Paz



ECO19-Regional and Urban Econ
ARMM( Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Basilan, Tawi-tawi, Sulu)

1) Identify the municipalities and cities according to CLASS.
Source: National Statistics Coordination Board (2010)

BASILAN
City/Municipality Income Class
Isabela City
(Independent City)
-
Lamitan City 6
th

Tabuan Lasa -
Sumisip 1
st

Maluso 4
th

PROVINCE No. of
Municipalities
No. of Cities No. of
Brgys.
Income Class
BASILAN 11 1 210 3
rd
Class
LANAO DEL SUR 39 1 1,159 1
st
Class
MAGUINDANAO 36 0 506 1
st
Class
SULU 19 0 410 2
nd
Class
TAWI-TAWI 11 0 203 3
rd
Class
Ungkaya Pukan -
Lantawan 3
rd

Tipo- Tipo 3
rd

Tuburuan 2
nd

Al Barka -
Akbar -
Hji. Mohammad Ajul -
Hji. Muhtamad

-
Source: National Statistics Coordination Board (2010)



LANAO DEL SUR
City/Municipality Income Class City/Municipality Income Class
Marawi City 4
th
Madamba 4
th

Bacolod-Kalawi 3
rd
Maguing 2
nd

Balabagan 4
th
Malabang 3
rd

Bayang 5
th
Marantao 2
nd

Balindong 4
th
Marogong 4
th

Binidayan 4
th
Masiu 5
th

Buadiposo-Buntong 4
th
Mulondo 3
rd

Bubong 2
nd
Pagayawan 5
th

Bumbaran 3
rd
Piagapo 4
th

Butig 6
th
Picong -
Calanogas 5
th
Poona 4
th

Ditsaan-Ramain 3
rd
Pualas 5
th

Ganassi 4
th
Saguiran 4
th

Kapai 4
th
SultanDumalondong 6
th

Kapatagan 4
th
Tagoloan II 4
th

Lumba-Bayabao 2
nd
Tamparan 1
st

Lumbaca-Unayan - Taraka 4
th

Lumabatan 5
th
Tubaran 4
th

Lumbayanague 4
th
Tugaya 5
th

Madalum 3
rd
Wao 2
nd

Source: National Statistics Coordination Board (2010)

MAGUINDANAO
Municipality Income Class Municipality Income Class
Ampatuan 4
th
Talayan 4
th

Buldon 4
th
South Upi 4
th

BUluan 4
th
Barira 4
th

Datu Paglas 4
th
Gen. S. K. Pendatun 4
th

Patu Piang 2
nd
Mamasapano 5
th

Datu Odin Sinsuat - Talitay -
Shariff Aguak 3
rd
Pagagawan -
Matanog 4
th
Paglat -
Pagalungan 1
st
Sultan Mastura 5
th

Parang 1
st
Guindulungan -
Sultan Kudarat 1
st
DatuSaudiAmapatuan 4
th

Sulatan Sa Barongis 2
nd
Datu Unsay 5
th

Kabuntalan 5
th
Datu Abdullah Sangki -
Upi 1
st
Rajah Buayan -
Datu Blah Sinsuat 1
st
N. Kabuntalan 5
th

Datu A. Midtimbang - Datu H. Ampatuan -
Mangudadatu - Datu Salibo -
Pandag - S. Saydona Mustapha -
Source: National Statistics Coordination Board (2010)

TAWI-TAWI
Municipality Income Class Munucipality Income Class
Panglima Sugala 3
rd
Tandubas 2
nd

Bongao 2
nd
Turtle Islands 5
th

Mapun 4
th
Languyan 1
st

Simunul 4
th
Sapa-sapa 3
rd

Sitangkai 1
st
Sibutu -
South Ubian 3
rd
-
Source: National Statistics Coordination Board (2010)

SULU
Municipality Income Class Municipality Income Class
Indanan 3
rd
Patikul 3
rd

Jolo 1
st
Siasi 2
nd

KalingalanCaluang 5
th
Talipao 1
st

Luuk 3
rd
Tapul 5
th

Maimbung 5
th
Tongkil 4
th

Hji. PanglimaTahil 6
th
Panglima Estino 5
th

Old Panamao 4
th
Lugus 5
th

Pangutaran 4
th
Pandami 4
th

Parang 2
nd
Omar -
Pata 5
th
-


2) Identify the municipalities and cities according to DEMOGRAPHICS.
Population Level, Employment, and Enrollment


BASILAN









LANAO DEL SUR



MAGUINDANAO








TAWI-TAWI






SULU





Workforce
The ARMM has a comparatively low labor force participation rate compared with the
Philippines as a whole – in fact, it is the only region in the country where it is below
60%. On the basis of 2012 data, the labor force participation rate is around 58%
compared with the national average of around 64% . Coupled with this, the ARMM
posted the lowest unemployment rate in the country of 3% in 2012, although this
jumped to around 7% in January 2013. The underemployment rate in the ARMM in
January 2013 was 13.4%, only slightly higher than in 2012. NSO reported in 2010 that
for every 100 of the population in the working ages, ARMM had 80 dependents.
It is relevant to note that only 15% of the workers in ARMM are salaried workers,
compared with 54% for the country as a whole. More than 50% of the workers in
ARMM are self-employed, and a further 25% are unpaid family workers. And more than
50% (predominantly male) are engaged as farmers, forestry workers, and fishermen,
and a further one-third as laborers and unskilled workers.
ARMM has contributed to the export labor pool. In 2011, some 65,000 workers
(predominantly women) from ARMM were deployed overseas.

3) Identify the municipalities and cities according to their ECONOMY.

ECO19-Regional and Urban Econ
Region 5 Bicol (Albay,Catanduanes, Sorsogon, Camaines Sur, Camarines Norte)

ALBAY
City/Municipality Class by Income City/Municipality Class by Income
Bacacay 2
nd
Malinao 3
rd

Camalig 1
st
Manito 4
th

Daraga (Locsin) 1
st
Oas 1
st

Guinobotan 1
st
Pio Duran 3
rd

Jovellar Polangui 1
st

Legazpi City
(Capital)
4
th
Rapu-Rapu 3
rd

Libon 2
nd
Santo Domingo 4
th

City of Ligao 1
st
City of Tabaco 4
th

Malilipot 4
th
Tiwi 1
st


CATANDUANES
City/Municipality Class by Income
Bagamanoc 5
th

Baras 5
th

Bato 5
th

Caramoran 3
rd

Gigmoto 5
th

Pandan 4
th

Panganiban (Payo) 5
th

San Andres (Calolbon) 3
rd

San Miguel 5
th

Viga 4
th

Virac (Capital) 1
st




SORSOGON
City/Municipality Class by Income City/Municipality Class by Income
Barcelona 5
th
Juban 4
th

Bulan 1
st
Magallanes 3
rd

Bulusan 4
th
Matnog 3
rd

Casiguran 4
th
Pilar 1
st

Castilla 3
rd
Prieto Diaz 5
th

Donsol 3
rd
Santa Magdalena 5
th

Gubat 2
nd
City of Sorsogon 3
rd

Irosin 2
nd


ALBAY



CATANDUANES





SORSOGON





Albay
The province’s economy is basically agricultural with coconut, hemp, rice, vegetables,
sugarcane and pineapple as the major products. Vast grazing lands are also available
for pasturing cattle, carabao, horses, goats and sheep. Its forests are sources of timber,
rattan, pili nuts and other minor forest products.
Catanduanes
The five major income sources of the people of Virac ranked in order, are: Services,
Agriculture, Tourism, Cottage Industry and Manufacturing. There are 3 Commercial
Banks and 2 Thrift and Savings Bank operating within the municipality, along with 962
commercial establishments and 39 industrial establishments (30 micro-industries; 7
cottage industries and 2 small industries).
Sorsogon
The province has an agricultural economy with coconut, rice, corn, abaca, and pili nuts
as the major products. Its rich marine resources yield various products such as fish,
crabs, clams, mollusks and seaweeds.