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Sangguniang Bayan Ordinance No. 2015-399 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Annual Investment Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Development Fund
Municipal Development Council Resolution No. 2015-004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

30

Quarterly Release Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Project Briefs
Various Infrastructure Projects in the Barangays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

37

Construction of Training Center - LGU Counterpart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

39

Construction of Multi-purpose Hall in Nabitasan National High School - LGU


Counterpart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

41

Construction of School-based Multipurpose Teen Center - LGU Counterpart . . . . . .

42

Installation of Communal Potable Water System in Barangays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

44

Establishment of Pedestrian Lanes and Fabrication of Traffic Signages in Front of


Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Rehabilitation of Persons with Disability and Senior Citizen Center and Youth
Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Leganes Commercial Complex Loan Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Road Improvement Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

51

Construction of Footpaths in Barangays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

Urban Greening and Rehabilitation of Controlled Dumpsite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Rehabilitation of Drainage System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

57

Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund


Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Resolution No. 2015-05 . . . . .

60

Project Briefs
Construction of Receiving Area and Improvement of BFP Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

62

Organization and Training of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Volunteers

63

Advocacy and Information Education Campaign on Mandatory and Preemptive


Evacuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

65

Organization of Emergency Rapid Response Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

67

Conduct of Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

68

Augmentation to Other Calamity Affected Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Provision for Adequate Facilities and Supplies for Evacuation Center . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Insurance of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Volunteers . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Improve the Adaptive Capacity of Farmers and Fisherfolk Through the Provision of
Relevant Technology and Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

72

Establishment of Rainwater Facilities in Rural Areas to Incorporate Risk from


Climate Change and Climate Variability in Irrigation/Water Management Planning

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Establish and/or Popularize Farmers Field School/Climate Field School to


Demonstrate Best Adaptation Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

75

Construction of Box Type Concrete Drainage System Surrounding Barangay


Poblacion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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External Funding
Sangguniang Bayan Ordinance No. 2015-018 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Municipal Poverty Reduction Action Team Resolution No. 2014-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Local Poverty Reduction Action Plan FY 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

84

Project Briefs
Integrated Community Food Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Garments and Textiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Automotive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Metals and Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Health, Social and Other Community Development Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Construction of Faculty Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Provision of School Furniture (seats) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

96

Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

97

Provision of Potable Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

99

Rice Program - Small Water Impounding Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

100

Other Plans
Annual Gender and Development Plan and Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

103

Senior Citizen Action Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

107

Persons with Disability Action Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Action Plan for Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Annexes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CY 2016 Annual Investment Program


by Program/Activity/Project by Sector
Municipality: Leganes, Iloilo
No Climate Change Expenditure
AIP
Reference
Code
1000-01

1000-02

1000-03
1000-04

1000-05

1000-06

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Various Infrastructure Projects in the Barangays This program will implement various
infrastructure support projects in all eighteen
(18) barangays of the municipality. Barangays
are obliged to identify their respectiveprojects
for funding under this program. The program
allocation will be divided equally among the
eighteen (18) barangays at one hundred
thousand pesos (P100,000.00) per barangay.
Business Permit and Licensing Program The
program monitor all business establishments in
the Municipality. Information drive will be
undertaken such as recorida and flyers
distribution.
Construction of PNP female barracks with
comfort room
Traffic Control Management Hiring of four (4)
traffic auxiliary to manage the traffic situation in
the National Highway.
Installation of Power Control Room

MEO

Improvement, repair and maintenance of the


COMELEC Office - The program includes the
repair of ceiling and windows of the office,
cabinet to accommodate old files and the
construction of the comfort room. The proposed
comfort room measures 1 meter by 2 meters.

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

18 infrastructure
projects in all
barangays of the
Municipality have
been implemented

DF

1,800,000.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
1,800,000.00
-

BPLO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

25% reduction in
business licensing
processing time

GF

209,600.00

PNP

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

GF

150,000.00

GF

241,600.00

GSO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

GF

100,000.00

GSO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

1 female barracks
constructed
No traffic congestion
along the Iloilo-Capiz
Road
Power control room
installed in the
Municipal Hall
COMELEC Office
rehabilitated

GF

150,000.00

PNP

Dec. 2016

CC
Typology
Code
A634-04

AIP
Reference
Code
1000-07

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Repair of Treasurers Office The main focus of


this project is to improve the security measures
adapted in the Municipal Treasurers Office
through the set up of the grills on the glass
counters; replacement of deteriorating jalousie
windows; replacement of doors with double lock
system and setting up of customized office
tables for collectors with secured drawers. This
will also include the installation of steel cabinets
where accountable forms and records will be
kept under lock.
Codification Phase III This project is for the
creation, systematization and update of the
Environmental Code, Market Code and Code of
General Ordinances.

GSO

SB

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

1000-09

Consultation with stakeholders

SB

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

1000-10

Observation Tour

SB

Dec. 2016

1000-11

Conduct of Seminar and Regular Pulong-Pulong

SB

1000-12

Employees Career Development Competency,


Camaraderie and Enhancement Program The
Human resource management Office will
conduct a training program for employees. This
program is designed to once again restore the
unity, harmonious relationship and camaraderie
of officials and employees experienced during
the past may years, giving importance or
emphasis on employees behavior and morale,
the LGU through its developing program we
could achieve the goal and objectives to keep
our valued employees and strengthen personnel
teamwork skills in the workplace.

HRMO

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

1000-08

Dec. 2016
Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

MTO rehabilitated

GF

150,000.00

Code of General
Ordinances,
Environmental Code
and Market Code
amended
Stakeholder
participation
increased
Quality of ordinances
improved
At least 18 pulongpulong conducted
2 employee trainings
conducted

GF

174,000.00

174,000.00

GF

60,000.00

GF

60,000.00

GF

105,000.00

GF

130,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

A121-02

AIP
Reference
Code
1000-13

1000-14

1000-15

Program/Project/Activity Description

Updating of Citizens Charter This program will


improve efficiency in the delivery of government
service to the public by reducing bureaucratic
red tape, preventing graft and corruptions and
providing penalties therefore. Local Government
Unit strictly implemented this citizens charter to
promote employees morale efficiency
responsiveness, competence and courtesy and
integrity in public governance to strengthen a
client-first service culture.
Personnel Capacity Program This program is
needed in order to identify the performance
deficiency of employees within the organization
and institutionalize capability building activities
for the enhancement of the career development
of personnel. This will provide those men and
women who want to update their knowledge
and skills and a training strategy tailored to the
specific needs of employees to increase their
learning capacity and develop new skills and
knowledge to become effective in the
performance of their functions.
Updating the Comprehensive Land Use Plan
(CLUP) The CLUP preparation is a 12-step
process. At present, we are already on Step 4
and on 2016 we will be working on steps 5 to 9
of the process that will include the conduct of
various development thrust and spatial strategy
workshops, and public hearings. Hopefully by
the end of 2016, we will be able to pass our
updated CLUP for review of the Provincial Land
Use Committee (PLUC).

Implementing
Office/
Department
HRMO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

Citizen's Charter
updated

GF

82,400.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

HRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Trainings conducted

GF

52,400.00

MPDO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

CLUP updated and


reviewed by PLUC

GF

619,200.00

CC
Typology
Code

AIP
Reference
Code
1000-16

1000-17

1000-18

1000-19

Program/Project/Activity Description

Budgeting Services - The Municipal Budget Office


works to prepare forms and orders embodying
instruction on budgetary appropriation for the
signature of local chief executive. The service
will provide manpower augmentation that will
aid in the review and consolidation of budget
proposals of different offices of the local
government unit; assisting during budget
hearings; and submit periodic budgetary reports.
Updating of Accounting and Barangay Records
This program is a continuation of the activity
started in 2014 where in job hires were
employed to handle the encoding/recording of
accounting entries to various books of accounts
and registers maintained by the Municipal
Accounting Office.
Purchase of Software for Business Process
Licensing This project is aimed to dramatically
reduce transaction time and eliminate erroneous
computation in the business permit processing.
Once installed, the system will update LGUs
business establishments master files as it builds
up and maintains data and business permitrelated transactions which include: new
applications, renewal of business permits, and
closure of business establishments. With shorter
transaction time, long queues during business
renewal period will be trimmed down.
Reward and Incentives Awarding of Top
Taxpayers and their Respective Barangay This
program gives recognition and incentives to top
taxpayers and their respective barangay as
motivation and an effective revenue generation
project.

Implementing
Office/
Department
MBO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

Updated and accurate


budget records

GF

60,200.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

Municipal
Accounting
Office

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Timely submission of
financial reports
every quarter

GF

213,600.00

MTO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Increased revenue
collection

GF

95,000.00

MTO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

25% revenue
turnover

GF

50,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

10

AIP
Reference
Code
1000-20

1000-21

1000-22

Program/Project/Activity Description

Revenue Generation and Tax Campaign through


Barangay Pulong-Pulong Mapping Activities
This program is a continuation of an initiative
wherein personnel from the Municipal
Treasures Office and Assessors Office will go
out to the barangays for information
dissemination and tax campaign.
Computerization of Tax maps and Updating of
Records C.Y. 2016 Tax maps are the single
most important tool of the assessment process.
It is impossible to establish an adequate
property record and accounting systems without
tax maps, for they are basic foundation of the
system. They establish a permanent link
between the real property in the field and the
tax records in the office. They are indispensible
to the discovery of property and identification of
property ownership. They simply the task of
property description and tie together all
property record, including field appraisal and
assessment sheet, tax rolls, and collection
registers. They also serve the additional
important purpose of providing the public with
vital real property information. Tax maps make
possible the establishment of a system of
records that is easily adapted to automatic data
processing techniques.
Office Improvement of MAENRO Improvement
of the old Municipal Agriculture Building which
will be used as bodega and shed for inputs used
for the Farmers Field School; provision of
internet connection for the use of the Farmers
Information and Technology Services; and
construction of computer tables which is require
for the LGU to avail of the FITS Center from the
Agricultural Training Institute

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Increased RPT
collection

Municipal
Assessor's
Office

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

MTO

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

PS

MOOE

CO

GF

196,800.00

184 tax maps and


12,000 RPUs updated

GF

132,800.00

MAENRO stockroom
rehabilitated

GF

120,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

11

AIP
Reference
Code
1000-23

1000-24
3000-10001

3000-10002-01

Program/Project/Activity Description

Preparation of Ground Water Resource


Management Plan The project will formulate a
water resource management plan. Survey and
inventory of ground water resources which
include water extraction and the amount of
water extracted on a daily basis will strictly
recorded. Potable water provider like water
refilling station will be also monitored and
evaluated in terms of production and the
resource of their raw water for processing.
Hardbound copies of the plan shall be produced
and approved by the Sangguniang Bayan for
distribution to concern department or agency.
Construction of Receiving Area and
Improvement of BFP Office
Construction of Training Center - LGU
Counterpart - The local government will
undertake the construction and establishment of
a training center in Poblacion to provide
systematic skills training for educationally
disadvantaged people from rural areas. The
training center will be equipped with adequate
training facilities, resource persons and staff to
ensure service quality and sustainability. The
training center will provide curricula for nonformal, basic and technical skills training as well
as adult literacy programs. The center shall also
assist in job matching and placement for its
graduates. Trainings will be conducted in
collaboration with the local government and the
academe, national government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, peoples
organizations and private sector. This project
shall serve as one of the local government
counterpart for the CY 2016 BUB projects.
Construction of Faculty Room

Implementing
Office/
Department
MAENRO

MEO
MEO

DepEd

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
150,000.00
-

Ground water
resource
management plan
formulated

GF

150,000.00

12 square meters
office space improved
72 square meter
training center
constructed

DRRMF

150,000.00

DF

1,560,000.00

1 faculty room
constructed

EF

1,200,000.00

CC
Typology
Code
A212-01

12

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-10002-02

Construction of Multi-purpose Hall in Nabitasan


National High School - LGU Counterpart Nabitasan National High School have been a
recipient of a generous donation from Mr. Edgar
Jarantilla involving a 4,000 square meter parcel
of land adjacent to the existing school site. This
project shall serve as counterpart for the
construction of a multipurpose hall or
congregational space for teachers and students
in the new site of Nabitasan National High
School, proposed under the 2016 bottom-up
budgeting (BUB). The municipal counterpart will
be utilized for the fabrication or purchase of
furnishings and installation of fixtures.
Construction of School-based Multipurpose Teen
Center - LGU Counterpart - The establishment of
school-based multipurpose teen centers is a
project of the Provincial Government of Iloilo
that started in 2011. It aims to provide a venue
for personality development and skills
enhancement for teens. The Province of Iloilo
will give P 300,000.00 to Leganes National High
School for the improvement of building,
procurement of recreational materials and
educational equipment, and training of peer
helpers and teen center coordinators. The local
appropriation provided shall serve as the
counterpart for the completion of the project.
The project will provide board games, books,
multimedia facilities, computer stations with
Internet access and a counseling room. The teen
center will be manned by the schools guidance
counselor with the assistance of trained student
peer helpers. They will provide counseling
services that will help teens address their
respective reproductive and non-reproductive
health needs, queries and problems.

3000-10003

Implementing
Office/
Department
MEO

MEO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

1 congregational
space in the new site
of Nabitasan National
High School fully
furnished

DF

100,000.00

Completion,
inauguration and
operation of one
school-based
multipurpose teen
center in Leganes
National High School

DF

225,000.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

CC
Typology
Code

13

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-10004

Real Education (REd) Leganes Scholarship


program The program will provide education
assistance to poor but deserving students within
the Municipality who are academically qualified.
The program is open to all high school
graduating students and those already enrolled
in college at St. Vincent College of Science and
Technology. The amount of tuition free granted
to each scholar per semester shall be
determined by the committee on education of
the Sangguniang Bayan subject to the approval
by the Mayor. At the end of the semester, the
scholar shall be required to submit a copy of
their grades to the committee. Each scholar
admitted into the program should maintain a
weigh average grade of 2.50 or its equivalent.
Failure of the scholar to submit or reach the
required grade would result to the termination
of his / her scholarship. Upon graduation, the
scholar will be required to render 30 working
days voluntary service to the local Government.
Provision of School Furniture (seats)

SB

DepEd

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Rehabilitation of two-storey building in LNHS

DepEd

Dec. 2016

Rehabilitation/ improvement/ construction of


school buildings in Cagamutan Norte ES, Napnud
ES, Calaboa ES and Guintas ES

DepEd

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

3000-10005

3000-10006
3000-10007

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

Scholarships provided
for indigent students

GF

850, 000.00

770 seats provided to


all elementary
schools in the
Municipality
LNHS building
rehabilitated
School buildings
rebilitated/
constructed

EF

539,000.00

EF

500,000.00

EF

2,000,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

14

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-20001

Installation of Communal Potable Water System


in Barangays - The project will install/rehabilitate
level II communal pump water systems in 107
sitios of Leganes to ensure the adequacy and
quality of water for domestic use. Tube wells
will be drilled with a minimum depth of 60 feet
and hand pumps will be installed to extract
water from the perched water table. The
installed water pumps shall be located no
further than 100 meters from the sitios.
Beneficiaries of the project will be required to
put in sweat equity for the
installation/rehabilitation of their respective
water systems. Each communal pump is
estimated to serve at least 15 households.
Integrated local Health System Delivery The
project will provide comprehensive primary
health care services including improved health
information services.
Blood Service Program The project will include
the updating of blood typing per barangay,
blood program forum, and financial assistance
for blood processing.
Provision of Potable Water Supply

MEO

Health Facility Improvement Program

MHO

Extension of Potable Water Supply System from


Cagamutan Norte to Nabitasan

MIWD

3000-20002

3000-20003

3000-20004
3000-20005
3000-20006

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

MHO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

MHO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

DILG

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016
Dec. 2016
Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
700,000.00
-

107 level II communal


pump water systems
in all sitios of Leganes
have been
installed/rehabilitated

DF

700,000.00

Electronic medical
recording installed
and 24/7 operation of
birthing center
Updated blood typing
registry

GF

706,200.00

GF

105,000.00

1 Level I water system


established
Main health center
improved
Level III water system
extended

EF

500,000.00

500,000.00

EF

1,500,000.00

EF

11,000,000.00

CC
Typology
Code
A214-02

A214-02

15

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-30001

Employment Program for Poverty Reduction and


Empowerment - This program aims to provide
short-term employment to the poor and
marginalized. This program seeks to improve
employment outcomes for hard - to - employ
groups. It is designed to provide work based
income support for this vulnerable group so that
they will gain work experience and help aid their
transition and accommodation to the
mainstream workforce.
Establishment of Pedestrian Lanes and
Fabrication of Traffic Signages in Front of Schools
- The goal of this project is to encourage the
proper use of uniform traffic control devices
within identified school zones in the
Municipality. Seven (7) public schools will
benefit from this project, namely GuihamanBuntatala Elementary School, Leganes Central
Elementary School, Cagamutan Elementary
School, Sofia Gustilo Elementary School,
Nabitasan National High School, Panusuon
Elementary School and Napnud Elementary
School.
Crime prevention and Drug Awareness/Drug
Operation/Preparation of Local Anti Crime
Action Plan The project will include the
maintenance of peace and order, formulation of
LACAP, instalation of police clearance database,
conduct of school drug symposia.
Children's Sports Fest This project is for the
promotion of sports for school kids providing
them sustainable sports clinics, and deliver
support for athletes.
Sports Activities - This project conduct various
sports tournament for barangays and schools.

3000-40001

3000-40002

3000-40003

3000-40004

Implementing
Office/
Department
MO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

Decrease in
unemployment rate

GF

528,00.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

MEO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Seven (7) public


schools adjacent the
Iloilo-Capiz and
Coastal Roads were
provided with proper
traffic control
signages

DF

30,000.00

PNP

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Reduced crime rate


and increased crime
solution

GF

90,000.00

SB

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

70% participation rate


of elementary school
children in the activity

GF

100,000.00

SB

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

70% participation rate


of school children,
youth and adults in
the activity

GF

252,400.00

CC
Typology
Code

16

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

3000-40005

Sports Events - The project will provide sports


equipment for tournaments in barangays and
schools.

SB

3000-40006

Organization and Training of Disaster Risk


Reduction and Management Volunteers - The
project will organize various volunteer groups in
all barangays in the Municipality, conduct skills
development training of volunteers on
emergency response and recovery.
Advocacy and information education campaign
on mandatory and preemptive evacuation - The
project will conduct pulong-pulong sa barangay,
develop awareness materials and public service
announcements, conduct simulation, and
educate pupils and students
Organization of Emergency Rapid Response
Team - The project will organize a rapid response
team, train them on basic life support and
advance cardiac life support, and provide the
necessary supplies.
Conduct of Risk Assessment and Vulnerability
Analysis - The MDRRMO will collect, validate and
analyze relevant DRRM data to establish hazard
vulnerability.
Purchase of additional police vehicle/s and
handheld radios

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

MDRRMO

Resettlement project for informal settlers and/or


vulnerable households
Construction of low cost housing

3000-40007

3000-40008

3000-40009

3000-40010
3000-40011
3000-40012

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

CC
Typology
Code

70% participation rate


of school children,
youth and adults in
the activity
18 barangay
volunteer groups
organized, trained
and accredited

GF

500,000.00

DRRMF

180,000.00

180,000.00

A213-02

Dec. 2016

Zero casualty during


disaster

DRRMF

120,808.00

120,808.00

A213-02

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Emergency response
team functional

DRRMF

51, 750.00

51, 750.01

A411-03

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Hazard vulnerability
maps updated

DRRMF

400,000.00

400,001.00

A412-04

PNP

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

EF

400,000.00

NHA

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Police vehicle and


handheld radio
provided
Resettlement area
established
Socialized housing
constructed

EF

15,000,000.00

EF

15,000,000.00

NHA

Dec. 2016

17

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-50001

Rehabilitation of Persons with Disability and


Senior Citizen Center and Youth Development
Center - This project will include the
rehabilitation of the Persons with Disability and
Senior Citizens Center and the improvement of
the Youth Development Center. The scope of
work for the Persons with Disability and Senior
Citizens Center will include the rehabilitation of
roof, ceiling, toilet, septic tank, windows and air
exhaust, installation of water supply system, rollup doors, window grills and air conditioning unit,
and repainting of the building. Whereas the
scope of work for the Youth Development
Center will include the retrofitting of jalousie
windows with sliding windows with aluminum
frame.
Repair of Detention Cell Toilet and Water Supply
for Women Offenders/Detainees
Gender Awareness Activity

MEO

MCPC Capability Building and Advocacy Activities


The LGU will give priority to children in
planning, budgeting, legislation and delivery of
services. It should ensure that all children
possess the following rights classified as Survival,
Development, Protection and Participation
Rights and their needs be realized.

MSWDO

Youth Development Program The program will


support the thrust to integrate the development
effortsof the Municipality that cuts across
sectors. The project is mainly the
implementation of the devolved Human
Resource Development Program for Youth
(IHRDPY) with its base at the existing Leganes
Youth Center.

MSWDO

3000-50002
3000-50003
3000-50004

3000-50005

Implementing
Office/
Department

PNP
PNP

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

Persons with
Disability and Senior
Citizens Center and
the Youth
Development Center
rehabilitated

DF

500,000.00

Detention cell
rehabilitated
Seminars conducted

GF

25,000.00

GF

20,000.00

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Dec. 2016

Functional MCPC and


enhanced capacities
of at least 40 child
representatives

GF

40,000.00

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

At least 200 youth


strengthened and
organized

GF

82,400.00

Dec. 2016

CC
Typology
Code

18

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

3000-50006

Operation of GAD Center (Bahay Dalangpan) and


GAD-related Services The project will support
the thrust to integrate the development efforts
to mainstream Gender and Development as
mandated in the Magna Carta of Women. This
will include the operation of GAD Center, and
provision of initial basic furnishing to maximize
its use as a Leganes Bahay Dalangpan.
Augmentation to other calamity affected areas

MSWDO

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

3000-50008

Provision for adequate facilities and supplies for


evacuation center - This will address the needs
of the internally displaced population in times of
disaster.

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

3000-50009

Insurance of Disaster Risk Reduction and


Management Volunteers

MDRRMO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-01

Leganes Commercial Complex Loan Payment The Municipality of Leganes incurred a loan
amounting to P 25,000.000.00 for the
construction of the Leganes Commercial
Complex of which the local government is
obligated to pay within 12 years. The principal
loan is payable in 44 equal quarterly
amortization that started at the end of the first
quarter from the date of initial release with a
prime rate at the time of availment plus a
minimum of 20% spread per annum. The loan
payment for CY 2015 will be divided into two
parts. The larger chunk of the obligation or the
principal will be paid out of the 20%
development fund of the Municipality while
interest payment will be appropriated under the
Local Economic Development Office budget.

LEDO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

3000-50007

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

At least 180 KALIPI


members and 36
ERPAT members
given an opportunity
for economic
development and at
least 28 distressed
individuals managed
Subsidy provided to
calamity affected
areas
Basic emergency
facilities and
equipment are made
available in case of
emergency for at
least 700 evacuees
Disaster volunteers
provided with
accident insurance
Payment of the loan
would decrease the
long term obligation
of the Municipality
with Land Bank of the
Philippines by P 2,
167,000.00.

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

PS

MOOE

CO

GF

127,400.00

DRRMF

50,000.00

DRRMF

857,636.00

DRRMF

100,000.00

DF

2,167,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

19

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-02

8000-03

Program/Project/Activity Description

Road Improvement Program - This program will


implement the concreting and/or rehabilitation
of the following barangay roads:
1. Quintin Salas to Olong Guihaman Barangay
Road passing through Jardeleza Subdivision with
a length of 120 lm, 4 meter in width and 0.25
meter thickness of concrete slab; the road will
have a drainage component with a length of 100
lm, 1 meter in width and a depth of 1.20 meter;
2. Confessor Street with a length of 120 lm, 5
meter in width and 0.25 meter thickness;
3. Sitio Mari-it to Barangay San Vicente with a
length of 120 lm, 5 meter in width and 0.25
meter thickness;
4. Cagamutan Sur-Cari Minor-Guinobatan
Barangay Road with a length of 120 lm, 5 meter
in width and 0.25 meter thickness; and
5. Camangay Barangay Road with a length of 80
lm, 4 meter in width and 0.25 meter thickness.
Construction of Footpaths in Barangays - The
project will undertake the construction of two
continuous concrete footpaths in Purok 4,
Calaboa and in Sitio Baybay, Nabitasan. Both
footpaths will be 350 meter in length, 0.60
meter in width and 0.10 meter thickness. This
immediate means of mobility is important for
on-farm, within-village and village-to-market
transport and short urban and peri-urban
movements.

Implementing
Office/
Department
MEO

MEO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

560 linear meters of


roads concreted

DF

4,500,000.00

Two pathways
constructed both
measuring 350
meters in length

DF

206,304.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
4,500,000.00
-

206,304.00

CC
Typology
Code
A634-04

A634-04

20

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-04

Program/Project/Activity Description

Urban Greening and Rehabilitation of Controlled


Dumpsite - The project will rehabilitate the
controlled dumpsite of the Municipality in
Barangay M.V. Hechanova. The controlled
dumpsite will be provided with at least 0.60
meter final soil cover, a drainage layer and a
vegetation layer of at least 0.30 meter thick. The
post-closure maintenance shall be for a period of
ten (10) years. A major component of the project
includes the establishment of a plant nursery in
beside the Solid Waste Management Office that
will supply the seedlings for the outplanting of
trees. A green house, clonal chambers for
asexual plant propagation and a perimeter fence
will be constructed. The seedlings of e.g.
mulberry tree, beach agoho, mabolo, tomato
tree, etc. from the nursery will be planted along
the main thoroughfares of the Municipality i.e.
Coastal Road, Beach Road, Iloilo-Capiz Road and
the Radial Road with an interval of five (5)
meters. Vertical gardens and edible landscapes
will be integrated with the design of public
buildings and spaces to reduce the island heat
effect in urban areas and improve carbon
dioxide sequestration. The gazebo in the
Graciano Lopez-Jaena Ecological Park will be
completed under this project. Rails, ramp, ceiling
will be installed and other finishing works will be
done.

Implementing
Office/
Department
MAENRO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

40% reduction of
environment-related
disease; 70% of public
spaces and along the
main thoroughfares
are planted with
different species of
trees and vegetation;
and air pollutants are
reduced by 3%

Funding
Source

DF

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total
1,000,000.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
1,000,000.00
-

CC
Typology
Code
M314-05

21

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-05

8000-06

Program/Project/Activity Description

Rehabilitation of Drainage System - This project


will carry out the rehabilitation of box culverts
and outfall canals of the north bound lane of the
Iloilo-Capiz Road at the boundary of Cagamutan
Sur and Cagamutan Norte going to Sitio Buhi
with a length of 2.40 kilometers. Clearing and
dredging will be undertaken to remove
vegetation, waste and soil deposits in the
drainage system at San Vicente Village and
Glenville Subdivision down to Sitio Sool,
Poblacion to Guinobatan Proper, and in
Guihaman to Buntatala going to Guintas. The
project will restore the efficiency of the drainage
system, provide an adequate and accessible
channel through which flood and wastewater
can flow freely, and prevent the flooding and
outbreak of vector-borne diseases.
Public Employment Service Program The
program will help job-seekers in exploring
various employment options and serve as
referral and information center for the various
services and programs of the DOLE and other
government agencies; provides client adequate
information on employment and labor market
situation in the area; and network with other
PESOs within the region on employment for job
exchange purposes The program also aims to
help poor but deserving students to pursue their
education by encouraging their employment
during summer and/or Christmas vacations for
the purpose of providing them an income to
finance, augment or subsidize their studies.

Implementing
Office/
Department
GSO

PESO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

9.40 kilometer length


of drainage system
dredged and the
frequency of flooding
is minimized

DF

1,005,000.00

28 in-school and drop


outs employed, 50%
of skilled workers in
the Municipality are
registered, and 90%
of the registered
skilled workers are
linked with PhilJob.net

GF

191,400.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
1,005,000.00
-

CC
Typology
Code
A224-01

22

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-07

8000-08

8000-09

8000-10

Program/Project/Activity Description

Advancement of Culture, Arts and Tourism


Program The program includes: Giving of
financial support to Leganes Performing Arts
(LPA); conduct and participate in various
promotional activities such tourism fair and
exhibits showcasing our existing, potential and
emerging tourist destination, attractions and
events; and printing of collaterals are necessary
to further promote our municipality as tourism
and investment area in the metropolitan.
Livestock Development This porject will
continue to provide livestock services and
monitoring at the barangay level, conduct
immunizations, and give medical treatments to
livestock.
Skills Training for Mothers and Persons with
Disability This project will organize and train
mothers and PWDs on different livelihood skills
like meat and fish processing, handicraft and
making of native delicacies and production of
organic liquid fertilizer. A seed capital will also
be provided for the beneficiaries.
Fisheries Development Activities Bantay Dagat
will be organized to help protect the municipal
waters. Training will also be conducted,
especially for women, on how to process,
preserve and sell their fish products to get a
better price.

Implementing
Office/
Department
LCAHTC

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

Quartely public
performance of LPA,
LCAHTC functional,
and collaterals
printed

GF

150,000.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

80% of livestock
immunized, 0 rabies
case, and increased
livestock population

GF

216,000.00

216,000.00

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Mothers and PWDs


trained and given
livelihood assistance

GF

100,000.00

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Bantay Dagat
functional and at least
50 coastal households
trained in fish
processing

GF

60,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

A112-02

23

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-11

8000-12

8000-13

Program/Project/Activity Description

Integrated Crop Production Farmers Field


School (FFS) will be established and conducted
on different arangays. Classes will be conducted
once a week for sixteen weeks from land
preparation to harvest. Observations are
discussed weekly as to the status of crop stand.
Technology on integrated pest management and
palay check are discussed during farmers classes.
Farmers are also taught on how they plan their
crops to be planted in order to mitigate and
adapt changes brought by climate change. They
are taught how to make use of weather
forecasts in relation to their farm activities.
Learnings and observations are discussed during
field days and graduation. the project will also
include the production of organic black rice,
vermi-composting and a counterpart for various
agricultural projects in the NGA pipeline.
Sectoral Development of Cooperatives, Women,
Youth and Farmers This is to enhance the skills
and knowledge of the different peoples
organizations (PO) such as the Rural
Improvement Club for women, the Federation of
Farmers Association, the 4-H Club for the youth,
and cooperatives. Assistance will be given to
these organizations in the form of
transportation, materials and/or financial
assistance for the improvement of their product
and marketing.
Integrated Coastal Resource Management The
project will rehabilitate the existing mangrove
nursery to accommodate the increasing number
of seedlings for reforestation. A souvenir center
will be constructed to increase advocacy and
promotion of the Katunggan Park.

Implementing
Office/
Department
MAENRO

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

10% increase in farm


yield

GF

408,200.00

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
408,200.00
-

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

20% increase in
income of
beneficiaries

GF

50,000.00

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Mangrove nursery
rehabilitated and
souvenir center
constructed

GF

154,800.00

154,800.00

CC
Typology
Code
A112-02

A314-07

24

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-14

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Solid Waste Management Service IEC will be


conducted i.e. technical seminars in barangays,
schools and business establishments.
Improve the adaptability capacity of farmers and
fisherfolk through the provision of relevant
technology and information

MAENRO

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Establishment of rainwater facilities in rural


areas to incorporate risk from climate change
and climate variability in irrigation/ water
management planning
Establish and/or popularize farmers field school/
climate field school to demonstrate best
adaptation practices

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

MAENRO

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

GSO

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-19

Construction of box yype concrete drainage


system surrounding Barangay Poblacion
Integrated Community Food Production

8000-20

Garments and Textiles

TESDA

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-21

Electronics

TESDA

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-15

8000-16

8000-17

8000-18

NAPC

Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
- 170,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

IEC conducted year


round

GF

170,000.00

M323-01

At least 200 farmers


and fisherfolks have
replicated the organic
fertilizer production
technology
introduced as CCA
100% utilization of
rain water facility

DRRMF

50,000.00

50,000.00

A113-08

DRRMF

200,000.00

200,000.00

A114-10

90% of farmer
participant adopted
the CCA technology
introduced
200 meters drainage
system constructed
At least 10 household
beneficiaries provided
with livelihood
90 housewives and
youths trained in
dressmaking/tailoring
90 beneficiaries
trained in
maintenance and
repair of audio/video
products and
systems,
electronicallycontrolled domestic
appliances, and
cellular phones

DRRMF

80,000.00

80,000.00

A113-03

DRRMF

500,000.00

500,000.00

A224-01

EF

500,000.00

500,000.00

A114-08

EF

610,200.00

EF

594,000.00

25

AIP
Reference
Code

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

8000-22

Automotive

TESDA

8000-23

Metals and Engineering

TESDA

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-24

Health, Social and Other Community


Development Services

TESDA

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-25

Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/


Rehabilitation

DILG

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-26

Rice Program - Small Water Impounding Project

DA

Dec. 2016

8000-27

Weekend Day and Night Market

NGA

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

8000-28

Construction of FMR from Calaboa Proper to


Calaboa Oeste
Concreting of FMR from the Radial Road to
Cagamutan Norte
Concreting of FMR from Cagamutan Norte to
Cari Mayor
Concreting of FMR from Cagamutan Sur to
Guinobatan

DPWH

Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016
Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

8000-29
8000-30
8000-31

DPWH
DPWH
DPWH

Dec. 2016

Dec. 2016
Dec. 2016
Dec. 2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

CC
Typology
Code

168 out-of-school
youths and
unemployed
individuals trained in
diesel/gas engine
tune up, automotive
electrical service,
preventive
maintenance on
motorcycle
mechanical and
electrical systems,
and in small engine
system and
components service
54 beneficiaries
trained in shielded
metal arc welding
90 women and outof-school youths
trained in hilot
600 meter length of
barangay road
concreted
1 water impounding
facility rehabilitated
Weekend day and
night market
established
FMR constructed

EF

538,080.00

EF

532,440.00

EF

664,200.00

EF

6,822,080.00

6,822,080.00

A634-04

EF

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

A214-05

EF

300,000.00

EF

10,000,000.00

FMR paved with


concrete
FMR paved with
concrete
FMR paved with
concrete

EF

10,000,000.00

EF

10,000,000.00

EF

8,000,000.00

26

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-32
8000-33
8000-34
8000-35
8000-36
8000-37
8000-38
8000-39
8000-40
8000-41
8000-42
8000-43
8000-44
8000-45

8000-46

8000-47

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Concreting of FMR from Radial Road to San


Vicente
Concreting of FMR from National Highway to
Sitio Calong-Calong
Construction of FMR from Guihaman-GuintasM.V. Hechanova
Concreting of FMR from Sitio Paho to Gua-an

DPWH

Concreting of Barangay Road in the New Site of


Nabitasan NHS
Construction of Barangay Road from the New
Site of Nabitasan NHS to Katunggan Park
Concreting of Barangay Road from the Coastal
Road to Bigke
Concreting of FMR from Guintas to Camangay

DPWH

Widening and Concreting of Barangay Road


going to Guintas ES
Concreting of Barangay Road from Calaboa to
Villa Leganes
Construction of Parallel Canal Along the Coastal
and Radial Road
Construction of Drainage System along the
National Highway
Replacement of NIA Pipe Crossing the National
Highway Adjacent to Shell Station and Park Place
Rehabilitation/Restoration of Natural Waterway
of the Arroyo Creek in Cari Minor with Buntatala
River
Rehabilitation/Restoration of Natural Waterway
of the Buntatala River in Guihaman and
Buntatala
Rehabilitation/Improvement of Drainage System
from Jardeleza Subdivision to Jaen-Bustamante
Road

DPWH

DPWH
DPWH
DPWH

DPWH
DPWH
DPWH

DPWH
DPWH
DPWH
DPWH
DPWH

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Expected Outputs

Funding
Source

AMOUNT
PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

FMR paved with


concrete
FMR paved with
concrete
FMR constructed

EF

5,000,000.00

EF

15,000,000.00

EF

60,000,000.00

FMR paved with


concrete
FMR paved with
concrete
Barangay road
constructed
Barangay road paved
with concrete
FMR paved with
concrete
Barangay road paved
with concrete
Barangay road paved
with concrete
Drainage constructed

EF

5,000,000.00

EF

5,000,000.00

EF

20,000,000.00

EF

4,000,000.00

EF

4,000,000.00

EF

3,000,000.00

EF

15,000,000.00

EF

40,000,000.00

Drainage constructed

EF

20,000,000.00

Flooding mitigated

EF

1,000,000.00

Buntatala River
dredged

EF

5,000,000.00

DPWH

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Buntatala River
dredged

EF

5,000,000.00

DPWH

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Drainage
rehabilitated

EF

2,000,000.00

CC
Typology
Code

27

AIP
Reference
Code
8000-48
8000-49
8000-50

8000-51

8000-52

8000-53

Program/Project/Activity Description

Implementing
Office/
Department

Schedule of
Implementation
Start Completion
Date
Date
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016
Jan.
Dec. 2016
2016

Construction of traveller's restroom beside the


Leganes Garden Club
Construction of cut-off channel connecting
Buntatala river with Gui -Gui Creek
Guigui Creek Palamunitan and Floating
Restaurant

NGA

Construction of RC pipe drainage system in both


sides of Hilado Street and both sides of Confesor
Streeet (Phase II)
Rehabilitation of plant boxes, landscaping and
replanting of greeneries in the Municipal Plaza
(Phase II)
Purchase of 1 backhoe (excavator)

DPWH

Jan.
2016

NGA

NGA

DPWH
NGA

Expected Outputs

PS

MOOE

CO

Total

AMOUNT of CC
Expenditure
CCA
CC
Mitigation
-

EF

500,000.00

EF

80,000,000.00

EF

1,000,000.00

Dec. 2016

Cut-off channel
constructed
Palamunitan and
floating restaurant
constructed
Drainage constructed

EF

1,510,000.00

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Plaza rehabilitated

EF

905,000.00

Jan.
2016

Dec. 2016

Backhoe (excavator)
purchased

EF

1,500,000.00

416,448,148.00

22,167,193.00

170,000.00

Reviewed by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

AMOUNT

Restroom constructed

TOTAL

Prepared by:

Funding
Source

CC
Typology
Code

Attested by:

NIMIA J. BADANA
MGDH I Municipal Budget Officer

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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29

Republic of the Philippines


Province of Iloilo
Municipality of Leganes
MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

EXCERPTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL HELD AT
THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN SESSION HALL, LEGANES, ILOILO ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2015 AT 9:30 IN THE
MORNING
PRESENT:
Hon. Adolfo E. Jaen
Hon. Renato R. Grio
Hon. Nonito G. Jinon
Hon. Renato J. Espinosa
Hon. Felix G. Bactong
Hon. Abelardo T. Belmonte
Hon. Juvy T. Montero
Hon. Rodolfo E. Hubero, Jr.
Hon. George S. Landoy, Jr.
Hon. Reynald S. Sorsano
Hon. Rudy B. Villegas
Hon. Donardo E. Gustilo
Hon. Nelda S. Limas
Hon. Martin D. Jaen III
Hon. Nio Vincent J. Vallejo
Mrs. Jasmin G. Montero
Engr. Edgar A. Palencia
Mr. Nonito T. Gulmatico

- Municipal Mayor, Presiding Officer


- Punong Barangay, Brgy. Buntatala

, Cagamutan Norte

. Cagamutan Sur

. Camangay

, Cari Mayor

, Cari Minor

, Gua-an

, Guihaman

, Lapayon

, M. V. Hechanova

, Nabitasan

, Napnud

, Poblacion

, Sn Vicente, Liga Pres


- Representative, LCDPMPC, NGO
- Grand Knight, K of C, NGO
- OSCA Head, NGO

ABSENT
Hon. Joseph Allen D. Espao

- Mun. Vice Mayor, Chairman, Appropriation,


Budget & Finance
- Punong Barangay, Brgy. Bigke
- Punong Barangay, Calaboa
-

, Guinobatan
-

, Guintas
-

, Poblacion
-

, San Vicente/Liga Pres.


- APEX Leganes, VP, NGO

Hon. Romeo P. Lamanero, Jr.


Hon. Rebecca Q. Masisado
Hon. Larry H. Labuson
Hon. Alex A. Yocogco
Hon. Martin D. Jaen III
Hon. Nio Vincent J. Vallejo
Ms Joni Ann Sisteverio

RESOLUTION NO. 2015 004


Series of 2015

A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE VARIOUS PROPOSED PROJECTS


OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF LEGANES, ILOILO IN THE AMOUNT OF
THIRTEEN MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY THREE THOUSAND
THREE HUNDRED FOUR (P13,793,304.00) PESOS CHARGEABLE
TO THE 20% INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT (IRA) FUND, CY 2016

over 30

MDC Res. No. 2015 004, s. of 2015


September 24, 2015
Page 2 of 3

WHEREAS, the Municipal Council for the Protection of Children, Persons with Disability
and the Senior Citizens conducted an Orientation Workshop where they were able to come up
with Programs/Projects/Activities chargeable to 1% of the total Internal Revenue Allotment
(IRA) Fund and 1% of the total income respectively for the year 2016;
WHEREAS, there were various projects funded during the Bottom-up-Budgeting which
need an LGU counterpart;
WHEREAS, the Local Chief Executive of Leganes has also proposed his own executive
projects which need immediate concern;
WHEREAS, the Municipality of Leganes thru the Local Chief Executive as chairman
convene the Municipal Development Council to finalize all the proposed
Programs/Projects/Activities consolidated by the Municipal Planning and Development Office;
WHEREAS, after a thorough discussions among the members of the Municipal
Development Council, the final list of Programs/Projects/Activities in the amount of THIRTEEN
MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FOUR (P 13,793,304.00)
PESOS chargeable to 20% INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT (IRA) FUND, CY 2016 were presented
for approval, to wit:

Leganes Commercial Complex Loan Repayment


Construction of Training Center LGU Counterpart
Construction of Multi-purpose Hall in Nabitasan
National High School LGU Counterpart
Construction of School-based Multi-purpose Teen
Center LGU Counterpart
Establishment of Pedestrian Lanes and Fabrication of
Traffic Signages in front of Schools
Rehabilitation of Persons with Disability and Senior
Citizen Center and Youth Development Center
Installation of Communal Potable Water System in
Barangays
Road Improvement Program:
a. Concreting of Quintin Salas to Olong Guihaman
Barangay Road including Drainage System (Phase I)
b. Rehabilitation of Confessor Street
c. Concreting of Barangay Road from Sitio Mari-it to
Barangay San Vicente
d. Concreting of Cagamutan Sur-Cari MinorGuinobatan Barangay Road (Phase I)
e. Camangay Barangay Road (Phase I)
Various Infrastructure Projects in the Barangays
Construction of Footpaths in every Barangays
Urban Greening and Rehabilitation of Controlled
Dumpsite
Rehabilitation of Drainage System
TOTAL 20% IRA FOR 2016

1,560,000.00
2,167,000.00
100,000.00

225,000.00

30,000.00

500,000.00

700,000.00

1,000,000.00

1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00

1,000,000.00

500,000.00
1,800,000.00
206,304.00
1,000,000.00

1,005,000.00
13,793,304.00

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MDC Res. No. 2015 004, s. of 2015


September 24, 2015
Page 3 of 3

WHEREAS, the proposed projects will redound to the best interest of the municipality;
NOW THEREFORE
BE IT RESOLVED as the Municipal Development Council hereby resolved to approve the
proposed projects of the Municipality of Leganes, Iloilo in the amount of THIRTEEN MILLION
SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FOUR (P13,79 3,304.00) PESOS
chargeable to the 20% Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) Fund for the year 2016.
RESOLVED FURTHER to furnish a copy of this resolution to the Sangguniang Bayan,
Leganes, Iloilo for approval;
RESOLVED FINALLY to furnish copies of this resolution to the Office of the Municipal
Accountant, Office of the Municipal Budget, Office of the Municipal Treasurer, Office of the
Municipal Planning and Development for their information and guidance.
ADOPTED this 24th day of September, 2015 on motion of Punong Barangay Felix G.
Bactong of Barangay Camangay duly seconded by Punong Barangay Juvy T. Montero of
Barangay Cari Minor, Leganes, Iloilo.
I HEREBY CERTIFY as to the correctness of the foregoing resolution.

SHIRLEY J. SALIGBON
Administrative Aide VI
Member, Secretariat, MDC

WITH MY CONCURRENCE:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I - MPDC
Head, MDC Secretariat

ATTESTED:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor
Chairman, MDC
Presiding Officer
/sljs

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ANNUAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM


20% Develpment Fund Quarterly Release Schedule
CY 2016
AIP Reference
Code

1000-1
3000-100-1

3000-100-2

3000-100-3

3000-200-1

3000-400-1

Program/Project/Activity
20% Development Fund CY 2016
GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICES
Various Infrastructure Projects in the Barangays
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Construction of Training Center - LGU Counterpart
Materials
Labor
Contingency
Furniture, fixtures and equipment
Construction of Multi-purpose Hall in Nabitasan National High School - LGU
Counterpart
Materials
Labor
Contingency
Construction of School-based Multipurpose Teen Center - LGU Counterpart
Materials
Labor
Contingency
Installation of Communal Potable Water System in Barangays
Materials
Labor
Contingency
Establishment of Pedestrian Lanes and Fabrication of Traffic Signages in Front of
Schools
Materials
Labor

1st
3,448,326.00

Quarter
2nd
3,448,326.00

TOTAL
3rd
3,448,326.00

4th
3,448,326.00

13,793,304.00
1,800,000.00

900,000.00

900,000.00

732,000.00
255,000.00
13,000.00
560,000.00

1,560,000.00

100,000.00
-

70,000.00
26,000.00
4,000.00
225,000.00

272.00

165,000.00
57,750.00
1,978.00

477,000.00
218,000.00
5,000.00

700,000.00

30,000.00
-

18,000.00
12,000.00

33

AIP Reference
Code
3000-500-1

8000-1
8000-2

Program/Project/Activity

Quarter
1st

Rehabilitation of Persons with Disability and Senior Citizen Center and Youth
Development Center
Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center
Materials
Labor
Contingency
Youth Development Center
Materials
Labor
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Leganes Commercial Complex Loan Payment
Road Improvement Program
Concreting of Quintin Salas to Olong Guihaman Barangay Road including drainage
system (Phase I)
Materials
Labor
Equipment rental
Contingency
Rehabilitation of Confessor Street
Materials
Labor
Equipment rental
Contingency
Concreting of Barangay Road from Sitio Mari-it to Barangay San Vicente
Materials
Labor
Equipment rental
Contingency
Concreting of Cagamutan Sur-Cari Minor-Guinobatan Barangay Road (Phase I)
Materials
Labor
Equipment rental
Contingency

2nd

TOTAL
3rd

4th
500,000.00

153,424.00
-

96,576.00
87,000.00
3,000.00

140,000.00
20,000.00

541,750.00

541,750.00

541,750.00

541,750.00

639,000.00
37,848.00
-

172,152.00
96,000.00
55,000.00

700,000.00
200,000.00
88,000.00
12,000.00

674,000.00
137,000.00
131,000.00
58,000.00

674,000.00
137,000.00
131,000.00
58,000.00

2,167,000.00
4,500,000.00

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AIP Reference
Code

8000-3

8000-4

Program/Project/Activity

Quarter
1st

Camangay Barangay Road (Phase I)


Materials
Labor
Equipment rental
Contingency
Construction of Footpaths in Barangays
Materials
Labor
Urban Greening and Rehabilitation of Controlled Dumpsite
Rehabilitation of controlled dumpsite
Soil cover
Equipment rental, fuel, oil and lubricants
Establishment of nursery
Construction of plant nursery
Construction of clonal chamber
Installation of water system and rain water harvesting facility
Fencing
Purchase of gardening tools
Purchase of seedling bags/trays
Purchase of plant seeds and cuttings for propagation
Growth/Root hormone
Establishment of vertical gardens and edible landscapes
Labor component for outplanting and operation of nursery
Outplanting materials
Completion of gazebo

2nd

TOTAL
3rd

4th

368,000.00
78,000.00
50,000.00
4,000.00

156,000.00
50,304.00

206,304.00

1,000,000.00
-

30,000.00
10,000.00

30,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
190,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
500,000.00
20,000.00
130,000.00

35

AIP Reference
Code
8000-5

Program/Project/Activity

Quarter
1st

Rehabilitation of Drainage System


Materials and equipment
Oil, fuel and lubricants for excavator/dump truck
Labor
Contingency
TOTAL
Balance

Prepared by:

3rd

4th
1,005,000.00

3,448,326.00
-

Reviewed by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I - MPDC

2nd

TOTAL

NIMIA J. BADANA
MGDH I - Municipal Budget Officer

127,250.00
50,000.00
820,000.00
7,750.00
3,448,326.00
-

3,448,326.00
-

3,448,326.00
-

13,793,304.00
-

Attested by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

36

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

1000-1
Various Infrastructure Projects in the Barangays
This program will implement various infrastructure support projects in all eighteen
(18) barangays of the municipality. Barangays are obliged to identify their
respectiveprojects for funding under this program. The program allocation will be
divided equally among the eighteen (18) barangays at one hundred thousand
pesos (P100,000.00) per barangay.
Barangay project identification and assessment,
Project implementation; and
Monitoring and evaluation
Liga ng mga Barangay
Infrastructure has a direct impact on our social and economic health. Section 17 (b)
(1) of R.A. 7160 which provides a short list of basic services and facilities that the
barangay is mandated to provide such as, barangay health center and day-care
center, infrastructure facilities such as multi-purpose hall, multi-purpose
pavement, plaza, sports center and other similar facilities. Considering the low
financial capacity of the barangays to finance the improvement of these basic
facilities, the Municipality should provide monetary assistance to all barangays
under its territorial jurisdiction.
Men, women and children
Bigke
Buntatala
Cagamutan Norte
Cagamutan Sur
Calaboa
Camangay
Cari Mayor
Cari Minor
Gua-an
Guihaman
Guinobatan

Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:

Rehabilitation of Multipurpose Hall


Improvement of Multipurpose Hall
Construction of Streetlights
Rehabilitation of Multipurpose Hall
Concreting of Barangay Road
Construction of Covered Gymnasium
Concreting of Barangay Road at Sitio Tacas
Improvement of Multipurpose Hall and
Footwalks
Improvement of Multipurpose Hall
Improvement of Health Center
Purchase of Lot for the Relocation of the
Barangay Health Center
Improvement of Multipurpose Hall
Rehabilitation of Multipurpose Hall
Concreting of Barangay Road
Construction of Day Care Center
Construction of Footpaths in Purok 2
Improvement of Day Care Center
Improvement of Multipurpose Hall

100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00

Guintas
100,000.00
Lapayon
100,000.00
M.V. Hechanova
100,000.00
Nabitasan
100,000.00
Napnud
100,000.00
Poblacion
100,000.00
San Vicente
100,000.00
Total
P 1,800,000.00
January to December, 2016
Increase in price of materials and unfavorable weather conditions can adversely
affect project implementation.
18 infrastructure projects in all barangays of the Municipality have been
implemented

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

Cooperation and support for barangay projects is expected.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NIO VINCENT J. VALLEJO


Liga ng mga Barangay President

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

38

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

3000-100-1
Construction of Training Center LGU Counterpart
The local government will undertake the construction and establishment of a
training center in Barangay Poblacion to provide systematic skills training for
educationally disadvantaged people from rural areas. The training center will be
equipped with adequate training facilities, resource persons and staff to ensure
service quality and sustainability.
The training center will provide curricula for non-formal, basic and technical skills
training as well as adult literacy programs. The center shall also assist in job
matching and placement for its graduates. The training center will be intended to
develop into officially recognized provider of effective training and it will be a
repository of information and innovative practice in the Municipality.
Trainings will be conducted in collaboration with the local government and the
academe, national government agencies, non-governmental organizations,
peoples organizations and private sector.

Program
Components:

Proponent:
Justifications:

This project shall serve as one of the local government counterpart for the CY 2016
bottom-up budgeting (BUB) projects.
Site preparation;
Construction;
Post-construction; and
Center operation
Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT)
Equipping the workforce with the skills required for the jobs of today and those of
tomorrow is a strategic concern. The globalization of markets is accelerating the
diffusion of technology and the pace of innovation. New occupations are emerging
and replacing others. Within each occupation, required skills and competencies are
evolving, as the knowledge content of production processes and services is rising.
Ultimately, prosperity depends on how many of our people are employed and how
productive they are, which in turn rests on the skills they have and how effectively
those skills are used. Skills are a foundation of decent work.

Equal access for all to education and vocational training is a fundamental principle
of cohesive societies. Constant attention is required to ensure it is applied in
reality. The government shall finance the training infrastructure and support
facilities directly by subsidizing through budget allocations.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:

The project aims to provide a convenient venue for various local vocational and
livelihood trainings that will be conducted by the local government unit, enhance
our constituents employability and ability to adapt to changing technologies and
labor market demands, and improve the productivity and living standards of the
people.
Educationally and economically disadvantaged men and women
Materials
P
732,000.00
Labor
255,000.00
Contingency
13,000.00
Furniture, fixtures and equipment
560,000.00
Total
P
1,560,000.00
January to December, 2016
It is possible that the project can experience development and financial risks.
Problems of coherence and coordination with partner agencies, delays in release
of funds, and inadequate value for money can adversely affect the projects ability
to achieve expected results.
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Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

72 square meter training center constructed


Various trainings will be conducted to benefit private sector employees and micro
and small entrepreneurs. It is expected that the private sector will put in their
counterpart in form of training supplies or other non-cash items.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NONITO T. GULMATICO
LPRAT Co-Chairperson

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

40

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:

Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

3000-100-2
Construction of Multi-purpose Hall in Nabitasan National High School LGU
Counterpart
Nabitasan National High School have been a recipient of a generous donation from
Mr. Edgar Jarantilla involving a 4,000 square meter parcel of land adjacent to the
existing school site. This project shall serve as counterpart for the construction of
a multipurpose hall or congregational space for teachers and students in the new
site of Nabitasan National High School, proposed under the 2016 bottom-up
budgeting (BUB). The municipal counterpart will be utilized for the fabrication or
purchase of furnishings and installation of fixtures.
Installation of fixtures; and
Fabrication or purchase of furniture
Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT)
Congregational spaces are used for coping, social support, and most importantly
for professional knowledge sharing. Professional knowledge sharing among
teachers provide a variety of information; it helps teachers informally learn and
understand the practice of teaching, spontaneously collaborate and create
projects, and collectively share information. Thus, all the professional knowledge
sharing that occurred in these spaces either directly or indirectly filtered back into
the classroom. It is a venue for faculty and administrators at institutions to learn
about how to create classroom environments and academic activities that
maximize the learning of all students.
Students and teachers of Nabitasan National High School
Materials
P
70,000.00
Labor
26,000.00
Contingency
4,000.00
Total
P
100,000.00
January to December, 2016
It is possible that the project can experience development and financial risks.
Problems of coherence and coordination with partner agencies, delays in release
of funds, and inadequate value for money can adversely affect the projects ability
to achieve expected results.
1 congregational space in the new site of Nabitasan National High School fully
furnished
Private sector support is expected. The private sector will be involved in seeking
supplementary funding for multimedia and other educational materials from
various sources, and in project monitoring and evaluation.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NONITO T. GULMATICO
LPRAT Co-Chairperson

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

41

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:

Success Indicator:

3000-100-3
Establishment of School-based Multi-purpose Teen Center LGU Counterpart
The establishment of school-based multipurpose teen centers is a project of the
Provincial Government of Iloilo that started in 2011. It aims to provide a venue for
personality development and skills enhancement for teens. The Province of Iloilo
will give P 300,000.00 to Leganes National High School for the improvement of
building, procurement of recreational materials and educational equipment, and
training of peer helpers and teen center coordinators. The local appropriation
provided shall serve as the municipal counterpart essential for the completion of
the project.
The project will provide board games, books, multimedia facilities, computer
stations with Internet access and a counseling room. The teen center will be
manned by the schools guidance counselor with the assistance of trained student
peer helpers. They will provide counseling services that will help teens address
their respective reproductive and non-reproductive health needs, queries and
problems.
Improvement of building and facilities; and
Training of teen center coordinator and student peer helpers
Municipal Council for the Protection of Children
In response to the disturbing situation that threatens the development of youths,
the Provincial Government of Iloilo, through the Provincial Population Office (PPO),
enforced strategies to address these problems. The establishment of school-based
multipurpose teen centers was conceptualized to empower and develop teens,
and to the reduce the incidence of sexual and high risk behaviors.
Students of Leganes National High School and out-of-school youth
Materials
P
165,000.00
Labor
57,750.00
Contingency
2,250.00
Total
P
225,000.00
January to December, 2016
It is possible that the project can experience development and financial risks.
Problems of coherence and coordination with partner agencies, delays in release
of funds, and inadequate value for money can adversely affect the projects ability
to achieve expected results.
Completion, inauguration and operation of one school-based multipurpose teen
center in Leganes National High School

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

Private sector support is expected. The private sector will be involved in seeking
supplementary funding for multimedia and other educational materials from
various sources, and in project monitoring and evaluation.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

BARRY T. BASIYA
Provincial Population Officer I

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

3000-200-1
Installation of Communal Potable Water Systems in Barangays
The project will install/rehabilitate level II communal pump water systems in 107
sitios of Leganes to ensure the adequacy and quality of water for domestic use.
Tube wells will be drilled with a minimum depth of 60 feet and hand pumps will be
installed to extract water from the perched water table.
The installed water pumps shall be located no further than 100 meters from the
sitios. Beneficiaries of the project will be required to put in sweat equity for the
installation/rehabilitation of their respective water systems. Each communal pump
is estimated to serve at least 15 households.
Drilling of tube wells; and
Installation of hand pump, pipes and fittings
Sangguniang Bayan
Access to safe water supply has been one of the top issues in developing countries.
The Government has invested a considerable amount in pursuit of the goal of
universal service, yet this effort has to be improved dramatically and urgently, if
we are to make gains in the fight against poverty, hunger, and disease.

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

Rural households usually spend 50 pesos per day on water for their domestic use.
Improved access to safe water is critical to achieve the goals for poverty alleviation
and development within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals
(MDGs). Improved access to convenient and safe water supply for the rural
communities will translate into a lower cost of living, increased time for productive
activities and long-term human development.
Residents of every sitios in every barangay of the Municipality
Materials
P
477,000.00
Labor
218,000.00
Contingency
5,000.00
Total
P
700,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, inadequate value for money, and unfavorable weather
conditions can adversely affect the projects ability to achieve expected results.
107 level II communal pump water systems in all sitios of Leganes have been
installed/rehabilitated
The private sector will react positively to the outcome of the project.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ADOLFO D. JAEN II
Sangguniang Bayan Member

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

3000-400-1
Establishment of Pedestrian Lanes and Fabrication of Traffic Signage in Front of
Schools
The goal of this project is to encourage the proper use of uniform traffic control
devices within identified school zones in the Municipality. Seven (7) public schools
will benefit from this project, namely Guihaman-Buntatala Elementary School,
Leganes Central Elementary School, Cagamutan Elementary School, Sofia Gustilo
Elementary School, Nabitasan National High School, Panusuon Elementary School
and Napnud Elementary School.
Traffic signs are a type of traffic control device that have been used effectively to
alert motorists to the presence of school zones and pedestrian lanes as well as
control vehicular speed in school areas. These signs, if properly enforced and used
in conjunction with traffic aides, will provide school children with protection within
the immediate vicinity of the school. A standard and uniform signing practice will
be adopted by the Municipality that conforms to national standards.
The project will include the installation of school advance warning assembly,
school pedestrian lane warning assembly, school speed limit assembly and an end
school zone sign.
The school advance warning assembly alerts motorists to the presence of a school
zone, reduced speed zone, or a school pedestrian lane. The school advance
warning assembly shall be installed not less than 50 meters in advance of the
school grounds or school crossings. The school advance warning assembly shall
consist of a school advance warning sign supplemented with a plaque with the
legend SCHOOL ZONE AHEAD or XXX FEET to provide advance notice to the
motorists.
The school pedestrian lane assembly shall be installed at entrance of school or as
close to it as possible, and shall consist of a school pedestrian crossing sign
supplemented with a diagonal downward pointing arrow plaque to show the
location of the pedestrian lane.
A School Speed Limit Assembly shall be used to indicate the speed limit where a
reduced speed zone for a school area has been established. The School Speed Limit
assembly shall consist of a top plaque with the legend SCHOOL, a Speed Limit sign,
and a bottom plaque indicating the specific period the school speed limit is in
effect. The reduced speed zone should begin either at a point 200 ft from the
pedestrian lane, or at a point 100 ft from the school property line, based on
whichever is encountered first as traffic approaches the school. The assembly shall
be located on the right side of the roadway.
The end of a school speed zone shall be marked with an END SCHOOL ZONE sign.
The sign is located on the reverse side of the School Speed Limit Assembly, and
therefore, on the left-hand side of the road on a two-way street. Motorists may
resume normal speeds after passing this sign as conditions permit.

Program
Components:
Proponent:

Pavement markings such as SCHOOL, SLOW SCHOOL X-ING, STOP, and 25 MPH
shall be installed using yellow and/or white paint, and if the funding allows, with
thermoplastic or other plastic materials.
Fabrication of traffic signages; and
Pavement markings
Municipal Council for the Protection of Children

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Justifications:

School traffic safety is a highly sensitive subject; requests for school crossing
protection are continuously received from concerned school authorities and
parents. Without adequate traffic controls at school zones, children are forced
into the dangerous situation of attempting to cross a street through traffic with
inadequate gaps.
Often the school zone includes the streets along the school and usually the area 50
meters before and after the school property line. The school zone should be
marked with signage to alert drivers of the high concentration of children. School
crossing signs, speed signs, school zone pavement markings and other traffic
calming devices remind drivers to treat the area with special care and attention.
Assurance of reasonable safety for crossing a street without traffic control devices
requires that natural traffic gaps be of sufficient duration for a child or group of
children to walk from one curb to the other. Observations indicate that elementary
children walk at a rate of 3.5 to 4.5 feet per second. A 3.5 feet per second walk rate
is utilized in conjunction with a pedestrian reaction time of 3 seconds for purposes
of establishing the minimum required safe gap time. If the time between natural
safe gaps averages more than approximately one minute, children will lose
patience. They may start to play, which distracts from the task of crossing the
street, or they may enter the street in gaps too small to permit complete crossing,
causing them to wait in the middle of traffic.
Large groups of children will obviously require more time to cross a street than
small groups or a single child. It can be expected that thirty to forty children
crossing as a group will straggle or extend to 20 feet. That is, when the first ones
are across, the last ones will still be 20 feet from the curb. Based on these
observations, it is possible to compute the volume of traffic that will give natural
gaps of sufficient duration or frequency to permit children to cross without
interference. For example, natural gaps permitting small groups of children to
completely cross a 40-foot street will occur, on average, more than once per
minute if traffic volumes, total flow in both directions, are 500 vehicles per hour or
less.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:

A safety factor, in addition to that included in the 3-second child reaction time, is
provided for slow walkers, inability of children to judge borderline opportunities to
cross, and other unfavorable conditions. This safety factor is provided by the fact
that rarely is the whole width of the street blocked at any given point in time, and
the child can start crossing while the opposite side is still blocked. The obstructing
vehicle will have cleared the crossing before the child gets to that side of the
street; thus, the actual time available for crossing is greater than that used as a
basis for calculation. This is especially true at school crossings since children
typically cross in only one direction during a gap in traffic.
Students of Guihaman-Buntatala Elementary School, Leganes Central Elementary
School, Cagamutan Elementary School, Sofia Gustilo Elementary School, Nabitasan
National High School, Panusuon Elementary School and Napnud Elementary School
Materials
P
18,000.00
Labor
12,000.00
Total
P
30,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, and inadequate value for money can adversely affect
the projects ability to achieve expected results.
Seven (7) public schools adjacent the Iloilo-Capiz and Coastal Roads were provided
with proper traffic control signages

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

The private sector will react positively to the outcome of the project.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NORBERTO M. CABAOBAO, EdD


District Supervisor

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

3000-500-1
Rehabilitation of Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center, and the
Youth Development Center
This project will include the rehabilitation of the Persons with Disability and Senior
Citizens Center and the improvement of the Youth Development Center. The scope
of work for the Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center will include the
rehabilitation of roof, ceiling, toilet, septic tank, windows and air exhaust,
installation of water supply system, roll-up doors, window grills and air
conditioning unit, and repainting of the building.
Whereas the scope of work for the Youth Development Center will include the
retrofitting of jalousie windows with sliding windows with aluminum frame.
Site preparation;
Rehabilitation and construction works; and
Post-construction
Office of Senior Citizens Affairs, Persons with Disability Affairs Office, Municipal
Council for the Protection of Children
The Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center has been identified as
preferred, focal points for comprehensive and coordinated social services delivery
to elderly and differently-abled people. The Center is a key element of the
Municipalitys effort to address the needs of its differently-abled and older
population, as physical places where PWDs and seniors can go for support,
engagement and basic needs. It is a place for older adults and PWDs to meet for
services and activities that reflect their experience and skills, respond to their
diverse needs and interests, enhance their dignity, support their independence and
encourage their involvement in the community.
While the Youth Center is a social and recreational center intended primarily for
use by children ages 11 to 18 years. In some cases, children as young as six years
old uses the Center when special programs are in place to accommodate them.
The Center supports opportunities for youth to develop their physical, social,
emotional, and cognitive abilities and to experience achievement, leadership,
enjoyment, friendship, and recognition. Youth centers are important gathering
places that offer quality after-school programs.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:

Unfortunately, both centers are in state of disrepair and cannot function efficiently
and effectively. It is therefore imperative that the local government should invest
in the rehabilitation of these centers.
Senior citizens, persons with disability and the youth
Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center
Materials
P
250,000.00
Labor
87,000.00
Contingency
3,000.00
Subtotal
340,000.00
Youth Development Center
Materials
140,000.00
Labor
20,000.00
Subtotal
160,000.00
Total
P
500,000.00
January to December, 2016
Price increase of construction materials and unfavorable weather conditions may
adversely affect the implementation of the project.
Persons with Disability and Senior Citizens Center and the Youth Development
Center rehabilitated

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

Favorable response from the private sector is expected. It is also expected that the
private sector will provide non-cash donations to the Centers as well as volunteer
work.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NONITO T. GULMATICO
OSCA Head

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

8000-1
Leganes Commmercial Complex Loan Payment
The Municipality of Leganes incurred a loan amounting to P 25,000.000.00 for the
construction of the Leganes Commercial Complex of which the local government is
obligated to pay within 12 years. The principal loan is payable in 44 equal quarterly
amortization that started at the end of the first quarter from the date of initial
release with a prime rate at the time of availment plus a minimum of 20% spread
per annum.
The loan payment for CY 2015 will be divided into two parts. The larger chunk of
the obligation or the principal will be paid out of the 20% development fund of the
Municipality while interest payment will be appropriated under the Local Economic
Development Office budget.
Payment of long-term loan

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Local Economic Development Office


The Municipality of Leganes entered into contract with the Land Bank of the
Philippines (LBP), authorized under SB Resolution No. 2006-020 series of 2006 to
avail of a loan for the construction of the Leganes Commercial Complex. The LGU,
on January 16, 2007 signed a deed of assignment with LBP to withhold in favor of
the LBP the IRA of the Municipality in whatever amount as may be necessary to
settle any unpaid portion of the loan and/ or any amortization due thereon in
accordance with the terms of the loan agreement.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:
Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

It is thereby an obligation of the Municipality to pay the loan granted within the
period prescribes by the LBP.
General public
Loan payment (principal amount)
P 2, 167,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in fund disbursement can result in penalty charges.
Payment of the loan would decrease the long term obligation of the Municipality
with Land Bank of the Philippines by P 2, 167,000.00.
Positive response can be expected for timely payment of the loan.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:

Proponent:
Justifications:

8000-2
Road Improvement Program
This program will implement the concreting and/or rehabilitation of the following
barangay roads:
1. Quintin Salas to Olong Guihaman Barangay Road passing through Jardeleza
Subdivision with a length of 70 linear meters, 4 meter in width and 0.25
meter thickness of concrete slab; the road will have a drainage component
with a length of 100 linear meter , 1 meter in width and a depth of 1.20
meter;
2. Confessor Street with a length of 120 linear meters, 5 meter in width and
0.25 meter thickness;
3. Sitio Mari-it to Barangay San Vicente with a length of 110 linear meters, 4
meter in width and 0.25 meter thickness;
4. Cagamutan Sur-Cari Minor-Guinobatan Barangay Road with a length of 110
linear meters, 4 meter in width and 0.25 meter thickness; and
5. Camangay Barangay Road with a length of 80 linear meters, 4 meter in
width and 0.25 meter thickness.
Site preparation;
Form work;
Material mixing and placing of concrete;
Compaction of concrete;
Curing; and
Post-construction clearing
Sangguniang Bayan
Of the approximately 202,000 kilometers of roads nationwide, 15 percent are
classified as national roads, provincial roads account for 13 percent, while
city/municipal roads constitute 11 percent of the total. The balance of 60 percent
of the road network is classified as barangay roads, which are mostly unpaved, and
the rehabilitation and improvement of which have been devolved to the barangays
based on Section 17 of Local Government Code.
The project will cost-effectively link the production areas to major markets and
increase the mobility of men and women farmers transporting their farm products
to the market. Furthermore, it will ensure the fast and safe movement of social
goods and services for men and women in rural areas of the Municipality.
Majority of barangay roads are made from compacted earth and aggregates that
needs routine maintenance to guarantee accessibility and mobility. But
considering the low financial capacity of the barangays to finance the improvement
these basic facilities that the LGC mandates, they need external monetary
assistance for its concreting.
Concrete pavements, though costly in initial investment, are cheap in long run
because of low maintenance costs, longer life span of between 20 to 30 years if
properly maintained, and durability and resistance to extreme weather.

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Intended
Beneficiaries:

Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:

Success Indicator:

Location
No. of Households
Olong, Guihaman and Jardeleza Subdivision
94
Confessor Street and Villa Feliza Subdivision
490
Sitio Mari-it and Barangay San Vicente
371
Cagamutan Sur, Cari Minor and Guinobatan
294
Camangay and Guintas
173
Total
1,422
Concreting of Quintin Salas to Olong Guihaman Barangay
Road including drainage system (Phase I)
Materials
P
639,000.00
Labor
210,000.00
Equipment rental
96,000.00
Contingency
55,000.00
Subtotal
1,000,000.00
Rehabilitation of Confessor Street
Materials
700,000.00
Labor
200,000.00
Equipment rental
88,000.00
Contingency
12,000.00
Subtotal
1,000,000.00
Concreting of Barangay Road from Sitio Mari-it to
Barangay San Vicente
Materials
674,000.00
Labor
137,000.00
Equipment rental
131,000.00
Contingency
58,000.00
Subtotal
1,000,000.00
Concreting of Cagamutan Sur-Cari Minor-Guinobatan
Barangay Road (Phase I)
Materials
674,000.00
Labor
137,000.00
Equipment rental
131,000.00
Contingency
58,000.00
Subtotal
1,000,000.00
Camangay Barangay Road (Phase I)
Materials
368,000.00
Labor
78,000.00
Equipment rental
50,000.00
Contingency
4,000.00
Subtotal
500,000.00
Total
P
4,500,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, inadequate value for money, and unfavorable weather
conditions, and other force majeure can adversely affect the projects ability to
achieve expected results.
490 linear meters of roads concreted

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

Positive response can be expected due to the steady supply of raw materials from
rural areas to the market even during rainy season, as well as it will lower
transportation cost and product prices.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ADOLFO D. JAEN II
Sangguniang Bayan Member

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

8000-3
Construction of Footpaths in Barangays
The project will undertake the construction of two continuous concrete footpaths
in Purok 4, Calaboa and in Sitio Baybay, Nabitasan. Both footpaths will be 350
meter in length, 0.60 meter in width and 0.10 meter thickness. This immediate
means of mobility is important for on-farm, within-village and village-to-market
transport and short urban and peri-urban movements.
Site preparation;
Construction; and
Post-construction
Sangguniang Bayan
Poverty alleviation requires less isolation, improved mobility and better access.
Improving rural mobility is essential so that women, men and children can easily
obtain their daily needs, access education, health and finance services, reach
markets, gain income and participate in social, political and community activities.
Residents of Purok 4, Calaboa and Sitio Baybay, Nabitasan are having a hard time
walking from and to their homes using earthen dikes or mounds that form the
boundaries of the rice paddy and fishponds. Mobility gets even harder during rainy
days when these access ways gets muddy and slippery. Poor access to transport in
the rural areas constrains economic and social development and contributes to
poverty.
Residents of Purok 4, Calaboa and Sitio Baybay, Nabitasan
Materials
P
156,000.00
Labor
50,304.00
Total
P
206,304.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, inadequate value for money, and unfavorable weather
conditions can adversely affect the projects ability to achieve expected results.
Two pathways constructed both measuring 350 meters in length
The improvement in accessibility in these areas would translate in improved flow
of goods, services and capital from and to the market which will benefit the private
sector.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ADOLFO D. JAEN II
Sangguniang Bayan Member

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

8000-4
Urban Greening and Rehabilitation of Controlled Dumpsite
The project will rehabilitate the controlled dumpsite of the Municipality in
Barangay M.V. Hechanova. The controlled dumpsite will be provided with at least
0.60 meter final soil cover, a drainage layer and a vegetation layer of at least 0.30
meter thick. The post-closure maintenance shall be for a period of ten (10) years.
A major component of the project includes the establishment of a plant nursery in
beside the Solid Waste Management Office that will supply the seedlings for the
outplanting of trees. A green house, clonal chambers for asexual plant propagation
and a perimeter fence will be constructed. The seedlings of e.g. mulberry tree,
beach agoho, mabolo, tomato tree, etc. from the nursery will be planted along the
main thoroughfares of the Municipality i.e. Coastal Road, Beach Road, Iloilo-Capiz
Road and the Radial Road with an interval of five (5) meters.
Vertical gardens and edible landscapes will be integrated with the design of public
buildings and spaces to reduce the island heat effect in urban areas and improve
carbon dioxide sequestration.

Program
Components:

Proponent:
Justifications:

The gazebo in the Graciano Lopez-Jaena Ecological Park will be completed under
this project. Rails, ramp, ceiling will be installed and other finishing works will be
done.
Rehabilitation of controlled dumpsite;
Establishment of plant nursery;
Outplanting of trees;
Vertical gardens and edible landscapes; and
Gazebo completion
Municipal Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Office
The world is warming, and it is becoming an increasing imperative for local
governments to prepare for the impacts of climate change. Local governments
responding early to climate change are most likely to better withstand its impacts
and maintain a platform for health and prosperity.
Climate change adaptation initiatives are important to long term climate
stabilization. Climate change adaptation encompasses measures that are taken in
response to the actual or expected changes in climate to negate or mitigate its
impact. These measures reduce the vulnerability of the local natural or human
systems to the effects of climate change by increasing the systems resilience to it.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Urban greening and reforestation can modify temperature, improve air quality,
sequester carbon dioxide, serve as stormwater catchment, and they can give an
aesthetic and visual benefit to public spaces.
General public
Rehabilitation of controlled dumpsite
Soil cover
Equipment rental, fuel, oil and lubricants
Establishment of nursery
Construction of plant nursery
Construction of clonal chamber
Installation of water system and rain water harvesting
facility
Fencing
Purchase of gardening tools

30,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
190,000.00
10,000.00

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Program Term:
Possible Risks:

Success Indicator:

Expected Private
Sector Response:

Purchase of seedling bags/trays


10,000.00
Purchase of plant seeds and cuttings for propagation
15,000.00
Growth/Root hormone
10,000.00
Establishment of vertical gardens and edible landscapes
30,000.00
Labor component for outplanting and operation of nursery
500,000.00
Outplanting materials
20,000.00
Completion of gazebo
130,000.00
Total
P 1,000,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, inadequate value for money, and unfavorable weather
conditions, and other force majeure can adversely affect the projects ability to
achieve expected results.
40% reduction of environment-related disease;
70% of public spaces and along the main thoroughfares are planted with
different species of trees and vegetation; and
Air pollutants are reduced by 3%
The private sector is expected to provide technical and financial assistance.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

WILSON A. BATISLAON
Environmental Management Specialist II

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description:

Program
Components:
Proponent:
Justifications:

8000-5
Rehabilitation of Drainage System
This project will carry out the rehabilitation of box culverts and outfall canals of the
north bound lane of the Iloilo-Capiz Road at the boundary of Cagamutan Sur and
Cagamutan Norte going to Sitio Buhi with a length of 2.40 kilometers.
Clearing and dredging will be undertaken to remove vegetation, waste and soil
deposits in the drainage system at San Vicente Village and Glenville Subdivision
down to Sitio Sool, Poblacion to Guinobatan Proper, and in Guihaman to Buntatala
going to Guintas. The project will restore the efficiency of the drainage system,
provide an adequate and accessible channel through which flood and wastewater
can flow freely, and prevent the flooding and outbreak of vector-borne diseases.
Clearing of canal from grasses and other vegetation;
Removal of silt and waste deposits; and
Rehabilitation of box culvert/outfall canal
General Services Office
Flooding has many impacts. It damages property and endangers lives. Rapid water
runoff causes soil erosion and concomitant sediment deposition. There are many
disruptive effects of flooding on human settlements and economic activities.
Ideally, the best approach to flood risk mitigation is to simply not build in a flood
zone or occupy an existing structure in a flood-prone area. Certainly, this may be
easier said than done since the entire Municipality is located downstream of the
Jalaur River system and is classified as a flood prone area.
Adaptation measures in ecological, social, or economic systems in response to
actual or expected climatic stimuli and their effects or impacts should be in place,
primarily through the planning and action by government, but also through
influencing private actions through law, incentives and regulation, to reduce
vulnerability and enhance local resilience.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program Term:
Possible Risks:

Success Indicator:

The drainage system of the municipality is designed to control stormwater and


waste water discharge from commercial, residential and institutional
establishments. The efficiency of the system is affected by growing vegetation on
the side slopes of the canal, siltation carried by surface run-offs, and accumulation
of muck from wastewater discharges. These factors can change the slope of the
drainage and impede the flow of water that will result in flooding of low lying
areas.
General public
Materials and equipment
P
127,250.00
Oil, fuel and lubricants for excavator/dump truck
50,000.00
Labor
820,000.00
Contingency
7,750.00
Total
P
1,005,000.00
January to December, 2016
Delays in release of funds, inadequate value for money, and unfavorable weather
conditions, and other force majeure can adversely affect the projects ability to
achieve expected results.
9.40 kilometer length of drainage system dredged and the frequency of flooding is
minimized

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

The private sector is expected to support the project of the Municipality.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NICHOLS G. HAGORILES
OIC GSO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

1000-2
Construction of Receiving Area and Improvement of BFP Office
The construction of receiving area approximately 12 square meters located in
front of the BFP Office aims to accommodate clients processing their Fire
Safety Clearances/ Fire Certification (for fire victims); office improvements by
changing jalousies to sliding windows and utilization of old personnel
quarters to Office of the Municipal Fire Marshal.
Site lay-out;
Construction; and
improvement
Bureau of Fire Protection
The Bureau of Fire Protection is one of the vanguards whenever disaster
occur, specifically in prevention and suppression of destructive fires,
investigate its causes; provide emergency medical and rescue services; and
enforce other fire related laws; with active involvement of the community.
Moreover BFP is a partner of Disaster Risk reduction and Management
(MDRRM) in implementing the plans, programs and activities as indicated
above. The joint effort of these 2 agencies can prevent or minimize losses and
casualties if ever a fire or disaster may strike.
With this, BFP Leganes needs to construct a receiving area and improve the
office to be presentable and conducive whenever it conducts business with
public.
General Public
Materials
P
134,000.00
Labor
16,000.00
Total
P
150,000.00
January to December 2016
An increase in the prices construction materials can affect the completion of
the project
12 square meters receiving area. Jalousie to sliding window.
Convenient of clients in processing of their permits. Presentable office

Prepared by:

Noted by:

SFO2 ARIEL S. SELOTERIO, BFP


Acting Municipal Fire Marshall

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:

3000-400-6
Organization and Training of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
Volunteers
The project will organize various volunteer groups in all barangays in the
Municipality, conduct skills development training of volunteers on emergency
response and recovery. This project is in compliance with Section 13 of the
Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 (R.A. 10121).
The training of volunteers will include water search and rescue and
firefighting. Trainees will be given a P 120.00 allowance for their food and
transportation expenses for the three-day training.
1. Organization of volunteer;
2. Capacity development; and
3. Accreditation of volunteer groups
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Section 13 of R.A. 10121 provides that local governments may mobilize
individuals or organized volunteers to augment their respective personnel
complement and logistical requirements in the delivery of disaster risk
reduction programs and activities. The local government concerned shall take
full responsibility for the enhancement, welfare and protection of volunteers,
and the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office
(MDRRMO) shall take charge in the accreditation and inclusion of volunteers
in the database of community disaster volunteers.
Training is a key component in capacity development strategies. Volunteers
are not always sufficiently trained, so training becomes integral to the
success of the project. A long-term training strategy can be very effective and
will build sustainable capacity at the community level
Men, women and children in the Municipality
Water Search and Rescue
Allowance of trainees (190 participants at P 120.00/day
P
45,600.00
for 2 days)
Honorarium of trainers (6 trainers at P 1,000.00/days
12,000.00
for 2 days)
Food and snacks for trainers and facilitators (35 trainers
17,500.00
and facilitators at P 250.00/day for 2 days)
Supplies
Printed T-shirts
No collar (190 participants at P150.00 per shirt)
28,500.00
With collar (35 trainees and facilitators at P 250
8,750.00
per shirt)
Writing materials and handouts (190 participants at
13,300.00
P70.00 per participant)
Tarpaulins and other educational materials
5,000.00
Fire Fighting
Allowance of trainees (190 participants at P 120.00 per
22,800.00
person)
Food and snacks for trainers and facilitator (35 trainers
8,750.00
and facilitators at P 250.00 per person)
Supplies
Writing materials and handouts (190 participants at
13,300.00
P70.00 per participant)
Tarpaulins and other educational materials
4,500.00
Total
P 180,000.00
January to December 2016
Lack of technical personnel to undertake the activities stipulate by the project
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Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

18 barangays of the municipality accredited community disaster groups


organized and trained.
Agrees and understand disaster risk reduction and management activities

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

64

AIP Code:
Name of
Program:
Brief Description

Program
Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

3000-400-7
Advocacy and Information Education Campaign on Mandatory and Preemptive
Evacuation
Education to be understood broadly as many forms of formal and a non-formal
transmission of knowledge, skills, experience and engagement of groups of people,
including the use of media, awareness campaign, special events and contest.
Advocacy is a process that aims to influence people, policies, system and resources
and allocation decisions in order to bring about change. In disaster risk reduction,
public awareness seeks to encourage a culture of safety.
Community level programs
o Pulong-pulong sa barangay with video presentations (ex. Video
presentation on, disaster preparedness, evacuation procedures)
o Skills training
Development of awareness materials
o Flyers
o Public service announcements
School level activities
o Conduct simulations
o Education of pupils and students on basic services in emergency situations
(lectures)
Activities for out of school youth
o Skill training on disaster preparedness and in mandatory and preemptive
evacuation
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
In disaster risk reduction, public awareness seeks to encourage a culture safety. The
IEC tools should be inclusive to guarantee that the information is accessible to all.
Republic Act 10121 as an act strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management System, providing for the National Disaster Risk Reduction and
Management Framework and institutionalizing the National Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management Plan. This Act provides for the development of policies and plans
and the implementation of actions and measures pertaining to all aspects of
disaster risk reduction and management, including good governance, risk
assessment and early warning, knowledge building and awareness raising, reducing
underlying risk factors and preparedness for effective response and early recovery.

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Section 13, Article II of the 1987 Constitution declares that the State recognizes the
vital role of the youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their
physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being, and shall inculcate in the
youth patriotism and nationalism and encourages their involvement in public and
civil affairs.
General public
1. Pulong-pulong sa Barangay with video presentation on
disaster preparedness and on advocacy and information
education campaign
a. CDs for video presentations
b. Vehicle
c. Fuel at 2L per barangay
d. Snacks for 20 persons per barangay at P25.00 per
person
2. Development of awareness materials - production of IEC
materials, tarpaulins to be distributed in every barangay at
P2,000.00 per barangay
3. Public service announcement (Rekurida)

1,008.00
9,000.00
36,000.00

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4. School Level Activities - Conduct simulations (2 high


schools, 11 elementary schools, 1 college)
a. Production of IEC materials (single page flyer)
3,000.00
b. Education of pupils and students on basic services in
emergency situations in a mandatory and preemptive
evacuation (lectures and return demo)
Honorarium of 4 trainers at P1,000.00 per trainer
4,000.00
Food and snacks for trainers and facilitators (35
7,000.00
trainer and facilitator) at P200/day for only 1 day
Handouts and writing materials (150 participants
7,500.00
at P50.00 per participant)
Certificate of Appreciation (4 trainer)
300.00
Tokens
5,000.00
Tarpaulin and materials
15,000.00
Contingencies
3,000.00
Total
P
120,808.00
Program of Term: Pulong-pulong sa barangay
May 2016
Development awareness materials
Jan. June 2016
Public service announcement
as need arises
Conduct simulation
June July 2016
Education of pupils and students
June 2016
Possible Risk:
Unfavorable weather conditions
Success Indicator: All the stakeholders of each barangay were informed, attended and understood the
information imparted to them. All the participants understood the lecture and were
able to perform the return demo correctly
Expected Private The private sector is expected to cooperate and participate in the implementation
Sector Response: of the program.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

66

AIP Code:
Name of
Program:
Brief Description

Program
Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

3000-400-8
Organization of Emergency Rapid Response Team
Anywhere in the world thousands die every year and many more are critically
injured and disabled during crisis situations. To help minimize further injuries and
increase the survival chances of the involved individuals, proper skills and
knowledge is a must for every emergency responders.
Creation of rapid response team;
Training of on DRRM Assistants Basic life support and advance cardiac life
support;
Training of male response team assistants;
Training of volunteer responders; and
Purchase of emergency kits
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Crisis situation can strike anytime, be it medical emergency, trauma, vehicular
accident and many others. The involved individuals rely on the emergency
responders to take care of the situations when and where it happens. As emergency
responders, each member should equip themselves with knowledge and skill in the
worst possible situation.
Violence and injury prevention alliance, the DRRM should be responsible in
responding to all medical, vehicular emergencies and other natural and manmade
disasters in the municipality. It is therefore a must to equip each responsible
member of advance knowledge and skills so as not to jeopardize the safety of all
involve individuals.
Nurses assigned in the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office
and identified trained assistants
Basic Life Support and Basic emergency Response Training
15 response team volunteers at P1,750.00
P
26,250.00
3 DRRM Assistants with ACLS at P3,500.00 per person
10,500.00
Purchase of 3 emergency kits at P5,000.00 per kit
15,000.00
Total
P
51, 750.00
January to December 2016
April to May 2016
Availability of schedule for ACLS and BLS training
Memorandum for creation of a Emergency Rapid Response Team certification
granted to individuals involve in the training

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

67

AIP Code:
Name of
Program:
Brief Description

Program
Component:
Proponent:

Justification:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:
Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

3000-400-9
Conduct of Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis
Hazard maps and data on geological features, including areas prone to floods,
drought and tsunamis and related information on the location of infrastructure will
be undertaken as fundamental component in mainstreaming disaster risk reduction
concerns, building appropriately hazard-resilient infrastructure and targeting
vulnerable groups
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Data collection;
Validation; and
Analysis
Information on hazard and risk is increasing but significant scientific and socioeconomic data have not established the relationship between disaster risk
reduction and management, poverty reduction and vulnerability of natural hazards
urgently needs to be undertaken. The knowledge and understanding generated by
these measures will also help create demand and incentives for change at different
levels of government and within wider society, both critical factors and ensuring
progress.
18 barangays of the Municipality
Hazard mapping and updating
P
400,000.00
January to December 2016
Mapping delayed due to unfavorable weather condition
Constant gathering of data and prone to hazard area
The private sectors can expect fast and easy collection of data and assessment of 18
barangays

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

68

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:
Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

3000-500-7
Augmentation to Other Calamity Affected Areas
The fastest way to assist disaster victims is to donate money to affected
areas. Donations help victims recover. Governments typically prefer cash
donations to material items for several reasons. Cash donations allow
organizations to purchase food, water, medicine and equipment from secure
and familiar supply chains, buy materials locally which can help rebuild the
local economy and conserve resources.
Identification of affected areas
Declaration of support; and
Provision of financial
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
The Philippines has been battered by many catastrophic storms and other
natural and man-made disaster due to its geographic location. RA10121
authorizes the importation and donation of food, clothing, medicine,
equipment and other recovery-related supplies. This project will benefit
other calamity affected areas to cover aid, relief and rehabilitation capital
expenditures for disaster operations
Areas affected by calamities
Subsidy
P
50,000.00
January to December 2016
Misuse of funds
P50,000.00 subsidy provided to calamity affected areas
Partnership with private sector is expected for this project

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

69

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:
Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

3000-500-8
Provision for Adequate Facilities and Supplies for Evacuation Center
Providing adequate supplies for evacuation center is important. This
addresses the need of the internally displaces population in times of disaster.
Special attention and effort should be given to ensure sustainable allocations
for the equipments of evacuation center
Provision of adequate equipments for evacuation centers; and
Identification of essential relief goods
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Our country is vulnerable to a wide spectrum of disasters. Sangguniang Bayan
Ordinance No. 2013-287 had identified various evacuation centers. Disasters
occur suddenly, sometimes without warning, and in a very short span of time.
The government has to provide a well-organized system, maximum support
and assistance to address the need of internally displace population in times
of disaster. Mobilization of such large range and quantity of items in times of
emergency can be done only if there are enough stocks available within a
short accessible distance.
Internally displaced population affected by calamities
Purchase of beddings
P
50,000.00
Fabrication of beds (16 double decks at P8,000.00 each)
128,000.00
Purchase of bed mats
100,000.00
Purchase of linens
30,000.00
Purchase of pillow case
15,000.00
Fabrication of office table
15,000.00
Purchase of additional kitchen ware, cooking utensils
150,000.00
Water dispenser
50,000.00
Stockpiling
319,636.00
Total
P
857,636.00
January to December, 2016
Inflation can affect the implementation of the project
Basic emergency facilities and equipments are made available in case of
emergency for at least 700 evacuees
A memorandum of agreement between the Municipality and various business
establishments for the immediate preparation and stockpiling of
goods/supplies for use during the disaster quick response operations

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

70

AIP Code:
Name of
Program:
Brief Description

Program
Component:
Proponent:
Justification:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:
Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private
Sector Response:

3000-500-9
Insurance of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Volunteers
This project is a compliance with Section 13 of the Philippine Disaster Risk
Reduction and Management Act of 2010 (R.A. 101 21), which provides the legal
basis for policies, plans and programs to deal with disasters and insurance coverage
of 18 barangay volunteer in their skills development training.
Provision of Insurance to organize local volunteer groups
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Section 13 of RA 10121 provides that local government may mobilizes individuals or
organize volunteers to augment their respective personnel complement and
logistical requirements in the delivery of disaster risk reduction programs and
activities. The local government concern shall take full responsibility for the
enhancement, welfare and protection of volunteers and the Municipal Disaster Risk
Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) shall take change in accreditation
and inclusion of volunteers in the database of community disaster volunteers.
Emergency Volunteers
Insurance of volunteers
P
100,000.00
January to December 2016
Insufficient funds available to cover volunteer insurance
Disaster volunteers were provided insurance
The private sector will be active in joining seminars and workshops conducted by
the LGU regarding in the implementation of disaster-related program.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


Designated - MDRRMO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

71

AIP Code:
Name of
Program:
Brief Description

Program
Component:
Proponent:
Justification:

Intended
Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:

Success Indicator:

8000-15
Improve the Adaptive Capacity of Farmers and Fisherfolk Through the Provision of
Relevant Technology and Information
Awareness and readiness are effective ways to mitigate ill-effects of climate change.
Good practices are disseminated through lectures, demonstration and IEC materials
will be communicated to the general public in a simplified way, accompanied with
illustrations, and its expected benefits in tarpaulins that will be posted in various
conspicuous places in Leganes. Information campaign in every barangay with the
farmers, fisherfolks and stakeholders are conducted.
The use of organic materials and farm waste for the production of fertilizers is also
an effective practice to reduce agricultural wastes likewise protect the
environment. Actual demonstrations on organic fertilizer preparations are very
effective.
Lecture/classes
IEC materials
Production of Organic Fertilizer
Municipal Agriculture Office
Soil organic carbon is vital component of soil with important effects on the
functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. This storage of soil organic carbon results
from interaction among the dynamic ecological process a photosynthesis
decomposition, and soil respiration.
Human activities have led to changes in the process and consequently to the
depletion of soil organic carbon and the exacerbation of global climate change.
Human activities also now provide an opportunity for sequestering carbon lack into
the soil. Soil carbon sequestration in a process which carbon dioxide is removed
from the atmosphere and stored in the soil carbon pool. The process is primarily
mediated by plants through photosynthesis, with carbon stored in the form of soil
organic carbon.
Farmers
Fisherfolks
IEC materials e.g. tarpaulins, brochures, etc.
P
15,000.00
Food- during information dissemination campaign
15,000.00
Materials needed in the preparation of organic fertilizer
10,000.00
Total
P
50,000.00
January to December 2016
Unavailable materials for substrate
Unfavorable weather condition
Negative reaction of the officials
85% - 100% of the Barangay Officials adopt technology
200-400 farmers and fisherfolks replicate fertilizer production technology

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Expected Private
Sector Response:

Technology transfer. Provide needed materials

Prepared by:

Noted by:

SERLE G. DEYSOLONG
Municipal Agriculture Officer

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

73

AIP Code:
Name of Program:

Brief Description

Program Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

8000-16
Establishment of Rainwater Facilities in Rural Areas to Incorporate Risk
from Climate Change and Climate Variability in Irrigation/Water
Management Planning
Each barangay is encourage to put up rain water harvesting facility not only
for crop production but for their domestic use. Small diversion dams,
impounding facilities and small farms reserves are constructed to save water
which observing the rainy season may cause flood but is very scare during
rainy season.
Construction of rain water harvesting facility in priority barangays not
served by MIWD; and
Construction of small water impounding facilities
Municipal Agriculture Office
Too much rain may cause flooding such that measures should be
implemented to save this excess water and can be used during crop growth.
Rain water may conserve not only for agriculture use but for domestic
consumption.
Famers, households and barangays
Rain water harvesting facility
P
50,000.00
Small farm reservoir
150,000.00
Total
P
200,000.00
January to December 2016
Unpredictable weather condition
Increase on the cost materials
Rain Water Facility 100% utilization
Positive reaction to the project

Prepared by:

Noted by:

SERLE G. DEYSOLONG
Municipal Agriculture Officer

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

74

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:
Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

8000-17
Establish and/or Popularize Farmers Field School/Climate Field School to
Demonstrate Best Adaptation Practices
Good agricultural practices will be implemented such as crop rotation, and
selection of varieties to be planted which are based on weather and climate
forecast. Participants in the farmers field school will be given advance
information and awareness on the ill-effect of climate change.
Climate field school; and
Demo farm establishment
Municipal Agriculture Office
Climate change brings too much destruction and ill-effects not only to crop
production but also to livestock and fishery sectors. We do not have instant
solution to solve these problems but we can make some modifications on our
production operation and activities in order to mitigate and make
adaptations to reduce ill-effects.
Farmers
Climate Field School materials
P
20,000.00
Demo Farm
30,000.00
Field Day
30,000.00
Total
P
80,000.00
January to December 2016
Unfavorable weather and climate changes and occurrence of pest and
diseases
90% of farmer participant adopt the technology and increase their farm
income
Replicate the demonstration farms in their own areas

Prepared by:

Noted by:

SERLE G. DEYSOLONG
Municipal Agriculture Officer

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

75

AIP Code:
Name of Program:
Brief Description

Program Component:

Proponent:
Justification:

Intended Beneficiaries:
Estimated Cost:

Program of Term:
Possible Risk:
Success Indicator:
Expected Private Sector
Response:

8000-18
Construction of Box Type Concrete Drainage System Surrounding Barangay
Poblacion
The construction of concrete drainage system will help minimize the flooding
problem especially during heavy rainfall. This project can surely help in order
to lessen the occurrence of flood, the construction of drainage system has
been prioritized to have an adequate and better drainage facility system.
The project located in the Confessor St., Valencia St., and portion of Hilado St.
with a total length of 200 meters
Construction;
Site preparation; and
Procurement
General Services Office
Flooding is the most significant problem identified during rainy seasons and it
causes property damage, interruption to the public health and mobility.
Incapacity of a will built drainage system is the major cause of a problem
occurrence.
Another important aspect is the occurrence of intensified storms in short
duration as the consequence of climate change. So the build drainage system
is important for the project area to resist flooding which would be severe
than the past.
General public
Materials
P
383,184.00
Labor
115,000.00
Contingency
1,816.00
Total
P
500,000.00
January to December 2016
Increase in price of materials can adversely affect the output of this project.
200 meters drainage system constructed
The private sector is expected to strongly support the effort of local
government

Prepared by:

Noted by:

NICHOLS G. HAGORILES
OIC-GSO

ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE


MGDH I MPDC

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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Republic of the Philippines


Province of Iloilo

Municipality of Leganes
MUNICIPAL POVERTY REDUCTION ACTION TEAM
Tel.: (033) 3295566, Fax: (033) 3295566
Email: lgu_leganes@yahoo.com

EXCERPTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE ORIENTATION WORKSHOP ON GRASSROOT PARTICIPATORY


PLANNING FOR FY 2016 AND LOCAL POVERTY REDUCTION ACTION PLAN (LPRAP) FORMULATION
HELD AT THE LEGANES YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER ON DECEMBER 08, 2014 AT 9:00 IN THE
MORNING.
PRESENT:
Hon. Adolfo E. Jaen
Nonito T. Gulmatico
Hon. Joseph Allen D. Espao
Engr. Samson J. Jaspe
Nimia J. Badana
Serle G. Deysolong
Lolita P. Camarig
Dr. Zeny D. Dequilla
Engr. Ninford H. Raymundo
Althea June P. Robles
Celia B. Diaz
Eddy P. Herradura
Ziralin P. Pudadera
Noemi Santero
Jona J. Yocogco
Romela Q. Diez
Venus S. Jaurigue
Ma. Luz C. Guaa
Jonila J. Camemo

- Chairperson, Municipal Mayor


- Co-chairpaerson, OSCA Head
- Member, Vice Mayor, Committee on Appropriations, Budget and
Finance Chairman
- Member, Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator
- Member, Municipal Budget Officer
- Member, Municipal Agricultural Officer
- Member, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer
- Member, Rural Health Physician
- Member, Municipal Engineer
- Member, Municipal Accountant
- Member, Municipal Local Government Operations Officer
- Member, Knights of Columbus
- Member, Barangay Nabitasan BDC Vice Chairperson
- Member, Barangay Guinobatan BDC Vice Chairperson
- Member, Barangay Guintas BDC Vice Chairperson
- Member, Barangay Calaboa BDC Vice Chairperson
- Member, 4Ps Parent Leader
- Member, Leganes Community Development ProgramMultipurpose Cooperative Representative
- Member, Municipal Federation Parent-Teacher Association
President

ABSENT:
Willard Pudadera

- Member, Barangay Cari Mayor BDC Vice Chairperson

RESOLUTION NO. 2014-1


RESOLUTION APPROVING THE LIST OF PRIORITY LOCAL POVERTY REDUCTION PPROJECTS FOR GPP FY
2016 OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF LEGANES, PROVINCE OF ILOILO
WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 43 series of 2011 dated May 13, 2011 mandated the Cabinet to
organize into clusters that shall serve as the primary mechanism of the Executive Branch towards the
realization of the Social Contract with the Filipino People;
WHEREAS, the Human Development and Poverty Reduction Cluster (HDPRC) is tasked to
improve the overall quality of life of the Filipino and translating the gains on good governance into
direct, substantial benefits that will empower the poor and marginalized;

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WHEREAS, the Local Government Code (LGC) of 1991 mandated communities to participate in
the local development councils and various organized local special bodies, such as, local school and
health boards, and local development councils, among others;
WHEREAS, the National government agencies and other stakeholders shall pursue the
Millennium Development Goal of reducing poverty from 26.5% in 2009 to 16.6% by 2015;
WHEREAS, the Good Governance and Anti- Corruption Cluster, the Human Development and
Poverty Reduction Cluster, and the Economic Development Cluster, are implementing Grassroots
Budgeting (formerly Bottom-up Budgeting) to ensure the inclusion of the funding requirements for the
development needs of the focus local government units (LGUs) as identified and approved by the
HDPRC;
WHEREAS, the LGU has organized/reactivated the expanded Local Poverty Reduction Action
Team (LPRAT), chaired by the Local Chief Executive and composed of the Chairperson of the
Sangguniang Bayan Appropriation Committee, the Planning and Development Coordinator, Agriculture
Officer, Social Welfare and Development Officer, Budget Officer, Liga ng mga Barangay, Local
Government Operations Officer, Pantawid Pamilya Parent-Leader, LGU accredited CSOs, NGA
accredited/recognized CSOs, NAPC identified basic sector representatives and a private sector
representative;
WHEREAS, the LPRAT conducted a workshop on December 8, 2014 to formulate a Local Poverty
reduction Action Plan (LPRAP) indicating therein unfunded priority anti-poverty projects.
WHEREAS, the LPRAT has prepared the list of priority projects for 2016 based on the LPRAP for
appropriation from the national government agencies and other financial institutions for 2016
WHEREAS, the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team were able to prioritize twelve (12) projects
detailed as follows:
Name of Program

Integrated
Community Food
Production
Garments and
Textiles

Proposed
Implementing
NGA
NAPC

TESDA

Electronics

TESDA

Automotive

TESDA

Metals and
Engineering

TESDA

Health, Social and


Other Community
Development
Services
Construction of
Faculty Room

TESDA

DepEd

Location

Total Project
Cost

Napnud,
Gua-an, and
Guintas
All 18
barangays
of Leganes
All 18
barangays
of Leganes
All 18
barangays
of Leganes
All 18
barangays
of Leganes
All 18
barangays
of Leganes

500,000.00

Budget
Requested
from NGAs
500,000.00

Budget to be
Provided by
LGU
-

610,200.00

610,200.00

594,000.00

594,000.00

538,080.00

538,080.00

532,440.00

532,440.00

664,200.00

664,200.00

Nabitasan
National
High School

1,300,000.00

1,200,000.00

100,000.00

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Name of Program

Provision of School
Furniture (seats)

Core Local Road


Construction/
Maintenance/
Rehabilitation
Provision of Potable
Water Supply
Rice Program - Small
Water Impounding
Project
LGU Counterpart Construction of
Training Center
Total Amount

Proposed
Implementing
NGA
DepEd

DILG

DILG
DA

Location

Bungso-an
ES,
Cagamutan
Norte ES,
Calaboa ES,
Cari Mayor
ES,
GuihamanBuntatala
ES, Guintas
ES,
Guinobatan
ES, Sofia
Gustilo ES,
Napnud ES,
Lapayon ES,
Leganes
Central ES,
Leganes
NHS,
Lapayon
NHS,
Nabitasan
NHS
Calaboa,
Cari Mayor,
Guintas,
Guinobatan
Sitio
Aquaville
Calaboa

Poblacion

Total Project
Cost
539,000.00

Budget
Requested
from NGAs
539,000.00

Budget to be
Provided by
LGU
-

6,822,080.00

6,822,080.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

1,560,000.00

1,560,000.00

16,660,000.00

15,000,000.00

1,660,000.00

NOW THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED, as Local Poverty Reduction Team it hereby resolves to approve the list of
Priority Local Poverty Reduction Action Plan GPP FY 2016;
RESOLVED FUTHER, to furnish the Sangguniang Bayan Leganes, a copy of this resolution for their
adoption/confirmation;
RESOLVED FINALLY, to furnish all concerned copies of this resolution for their information.

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APPROVED this, 8th day of December 2014 on motion of BDC Vice Chairperson Ziralin P.
Pudadera and duly seconded by 4Ps Parent-Leader Venus Jaurigue.

CERTIFIED TRUE AND CORRECT

JULIETA S. TOLEDO
Secretariat, LPRAT

APPROVED BY:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor
Chairperson, LPRAT

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Local Poverty Reduction Action Plan - List of Priority Projects for FY 2016
Municipality
Mayor
Poverty Reduction Strategy
Objectives

Leganes
Atty. Adolfo E. Jaen

A. LIST OF PRIORITY POVERTY REDUCTION PROJECTS WITHIN GRASSROOTS BUDGETING MENU OF PROGRAMS
Name of Program

Proposed
Implementing
National Gov't
Agency

Physical Targets/ Outputs

LOCATION

Total Project
Cost

Budget
Requested from
NGAs

Budget to be
provided by LGU

At least 10 household beneficiaries provided


with livelihood
90 housewives and youths trained in
dressmaking/tailoring

Gua-an, Guintas, Napnud

500,000.00

500,000.00

All 18 barangays of
Leganes

610,200.00

610,200.00

Integrated Community Food Production

NAPC

Garments and Textiles

TESDA

Electronics

TESDA

90 beneficiaries trained in maintenance and


repair of audio/video products and systems,
electronically-controlled domestic
appliances, and cellular phones

All 18 barangays of
Leganes

594,000.00

594,000.00

Automotive

TESDA

168 out-of-school youths and unemployed


individuals trained in diesel/gas engine tune
up, automotive electrical service, preventive
maintenance on motorcycle mechanical and
electrical systems, and in small engine
system and components service

All 18 barangays of
Leganes

538,080.00

538,080.00

Metals and Engineering

TESDA

532,440.00

Health, Social and Other Community Development


Services

TESDA

All 18 barangays of
Leganes
All 18 barangays of
Leganes

532,440.00

54 beneficiaries trained in shielded metal arc


welding
90 women and out-of-school youths trained
in hilot

664,200.00

664,200.00

Construction of Faculty Room

DepEd

1 faculty room constructed

Nabitasan National High


School

1,300,000.00

1,200,000.00

100,000.00

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Name of Program

Provision of School Furniture (seats)

Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/


Rehabilitation
Provision of Potable Water Supply
Rice Program - Small Water Impounding Project
LGU Counterpart - Construction of Training Center
Total Amount

10
11
12

Proposed
Implementing National
Gov't Agency
DepEd

DILG
DILG
DA

Physical Targets/ Outputs

LOCATION

770 seats provided to all elementary schools


in the Municipality

Bungso-an ES, Cagamutan


Norte ES, Calaboa ES, Cari
Mayor ES, GuihamanBuntatala ES, Guintas ES,
Guinobatan ES, Sofia
Gustilo ES, Napnud ES,
Lapayon ES, Leganes
Central ES, Leganes NHS,
Lapayon NHS, Nabitasan
NHS
Calaboa, Cari Mayor,
Guintas, Guinobatan
Sitio Aquaville
Calaboa
Poblacion

600 meter length of barangay road


concreted
1 Level I water system established
1 water impounding facility rehabilitated
1 training center constructed

Total Project Cost

Budget Requested
from NGAs

Budget to be
provided by LGU

539,000.00

539,000.00

6,822,080.00

6,822,080.00

500,000.00
2,500,000.00
1,560,000.00
16,660,000.00

500,000.00
2,500,000.00
15,000,000.00

1,560,000.00
1,660,000.00

Submitted by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

CSO Endorsement:

NONITO T. GULMATICO

EDDY P. HERRADURA

ZIRALIN P. PUDADERA

Co-Chairperson

Basic Sector Organization

IBDC Vice Chairperson

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES

TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS


LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Integrated Community Food Production


Leganes, Iloilo
National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC)

To mitigate and eliminate hunger among poor families;


and
To increase family income by at least 5%
10 household beneficiaries provided with livelihood
Gua-an, Guintas, Napnud
Indigent households of men and women

P 500,000.00
Wilson A. Batislaon
(033) 3296622 local 112

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing when all people at all times
have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life. Commonly, the
concept of food security is defined as including both physical and economic access to food that meets
people's dietary needs as well as their food preferences. Food security is a complex sustainable
development issue, linked to health through malnutrition, but also to sustainable economic
development, environment, and trade.
Without enough to eat, people cannot even begin to work their way out of poverty. For children
especially, being hungry or malnourished means they can die from common infections or suffer poor
health in the long run limiting their ability to learn in school, work or progress.
Agriculture remains the largest employment sector in most developing countries and
international agriculture agreements are crucial to food security. Agricultureincluding crops, livestock
and aquacultureis a powerful poverty reduction tool. The majority of those who are hungry live in
rural areas and depend on agriculture and natural resources for their livelihoods.
We must respond to these challenges in a sustainable way, making sure food is fairly
distributed, helping people access nutritious diets and avoiding damage to the environment that would
put future generations at risk. Investing in agriculture is the most efficient way to target those in need.
Investments in the agricultural sector also contribute to overall economic growth by increasing
efficiency in the marketing chain, reducing the share of poor peoples income spent on food, and
enabling them to purchase other goods and services, like education, health care, and housing.
The project aims to mitigate and eliminate hunger among poor families, create employment,
and increase family income by at least 5%
III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project will provide livelihood to at least ten (10) poor households in barangays Gua-an,
Guintas and Napnud, where there is a high incidence of poverty. It shall cover home-based or
community-based production of vegetables, roots crops, fruit trees, cereals, and livestock such as quail,
native chicken and goat. Furthermore, every recipient family are expected to produce their own organic
fertilizer using vermi-composting to complement and used in the production of organic vegetables and
fruits. Each household will be allotted P 50,000.00 to cover the cost of planting materials, stocks, feeds,
supplements, dewormer and vaccines, and poultry and vermi housing.

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NAPC shall provide the technical assistance and supervision services while the Municipal
Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Office will conduct regular monitoring and evaluation
of the project.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
A. Cost of stocks
2,000 day old quail chicks at P 15.00 per head
(200 heads per recipient)
40 does at P 5,000.00 per head (4 heads per
recipient)
10 bucks at P 5,000.00 per head
70 heads of ready-to-lay native chicken at
P 300.00 per head (7 heads per recipient)
10 heads of rooster at P 300.00 per head
10 kgs of vermin at P 1,000.00 per kg
B. Cost of planting materials
Assorted vegetable seeds at P 2,000.00 per
recipient
Fruit tree seedlings
C. Cost of livestock and poultry feeds
Quial
Native chicken
Goat
D. Cost of supplements, dewormer and vaccines
Quials at P 5,000.00 per recipient
Native chicken at P 3,000.00 per recipient
Goats at P 4,000.00 per recipient
E. Cost of poultry and vermi housing
Construction of 10 units quail shed including
brooder laying cages at P 5,000.00 per unit
Construction of 10 units chicken shed at
P 3,000.00 per unit
Construction of 10 units vermi shed and bed at
P 6,000.00 per unit
Construction of 10 units goat shed at P 5,000.00
per unit
Concoction materials and equipment including
market promotion and product packaging
TOTAL

MOOE
P

CO

TOTAL BUDGET

30,000.00

30,000.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

50,000.00
21,000.00

50,000.00
21,000.00

3,000.00
10,000.00

3,000.00
10,000.00

20,000.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

50,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00

50,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00

5,000.00
7,000.00
4,000.00

5,000.00
7,000.00
4,000.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

60,000.00

60,000.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

65,000.00

65,000.00

500,000.00

20,000.00

500,000.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES

BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Garments and Textiles


Leganes, Iloilo
Technical Skills and Development Authority (TESDA)
To decrease the unemployment rate of women and youth
90 beneficiaries trained in dressmaking/tailoring
All 18 barangays of Leganes
Young school drop-outs, young mothers without graduation
certificates, female high school graduates with good grades
and high motivation, women working in the subsistence
economy, women in the informal sector, female heads of
household, unemployed women, or those threatened by
unemployment, who need further training

P 610,200.00
Noemi Santero
09285417080

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Despite an almost universal equality before the law, factors like social class and gender still
determine access to resources, potentials for participation, and prospects for the future. Addressing
these imbalances has led to a growing awareness that the participation of women and their
empowerment are central requirements for sustainable development.
Developments in education have contributed to the improvement of the social status of women.
Overcoming the imbalances between women and men in vocational training and in the workplace is
essential. Vocational training is especially important for improving womens chances for advancement,
provided they include professions in which women typically work.
The project aims to develop the skills of women and girl beneficiaries to decrease their sectoral
unemployment rate.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will benefit at least five (5) recipients from every barangay of the Municipality. The
beneficiaries will be trained in dressmaking (NC II) and tailoring (NC II). The training will be provided by
TESDA while the project personnel, facilities/venue and other support services will be provided by the
local government.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Garments and textiles
training for 5
beneficiaries per
barangay at P 6,780.00
per beneficiary

MOOE
P 610,200.00

CO
-

TOTAL BUDGET
P 610,200.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS

LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Electronics
Leganes, Iloilo
Technical Skills and Development Authority (TESDA)
To develop knowledge and skill of beneficiaries; and
To reduce poverty incidence
90 beneficiaries trained in maintenance and repair of
audio/video products and systems, electronically-controlled
domestic appliances, and cellular phones
All 18 barangays of Leganes
Unemployed men, women and youth

P 594,000.00
Ziralin Pudadera
09469951734

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Poverty is viewed as deprivation of common necessities that determine the quality of life which
include food, clothing, shelter and safe drinking water, and may also include the deprivation of
opportunities to learn, to obtain better employment to escape poverty and/or to enjoy the respect of
fellow citizens.
International experience shows that chances to reduce poverty through enhancing economic
growth also need to include measures towards more effective development and utilization of human
capital on the local level. No meaningful poverty alleviation can be achieved without effective and
efficient technical and vocational education program.
Vocational and technical education is a type of education which fits the individuals for gainful
employment in recognized occupation as semi-skilled workers or technicians or sub-professionals.
Vocational education could be regarded as that aspect of education which provides the recipients with
the basic knowledge and practical skills needed for entry into the world of work and employees or as
self-employed. Vocational education nurtures skills that are necessary for agricultural, industrial,
commercial and economic development and this builds a self-reliant nation.
The project aims to develop the knowledge and skills of beneficiaries, produce a productive
labor force that will be self-reliant or employable in an industry or company, generate income for the
unemployed, and reduce poverty incidence in the Municipality.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will benefit at least eight (8) recipients from every barangay of the Municipality. The
beneficiaries will be trained in audio/video products and systems maintenance and repair,
electronically-controlled domestic appliances maintenance and repair, and cellular phone maintenance
and repair. The training will be provided by TESDA while the project personnel, facilities/venue and
other support services will be provided by the local government.

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IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Maintenance and repair of
audio/video products and
systems training for 2
beneficiaries per barangay
at P 6,600.00 per
participant
Maintenance and repair of
electronically-controlled
domestic appliances
training for 3 beneficiaries
per barangay at P 3,700.00
per participant
Maintenance and repair of
cellular phones training for
3 beneficiaries per barangay
at P 2,900.00 per
participant

MOOE
P 237,600.00

CO
-

TOTAL BUDGET
P 237,600.00

199,800.00

199,800.00

156,600.00

156,600.00

594,000.00

594,000.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS

LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Automotive
Leganes, Iloilo
Technical Skills and Development Authority (TESDA)
To develop knowledge and skill of beneficiaries; and
To reduce poverty incidence
168 beneficiaries trained in diesel/gas engine tune up,
automotive electrical service, preventive maintenance on
motorcycle mechanical and electrical systems, and in small
engine system and components service
All 18 barangays of Leganes
Unemployed men, women and youth

P 538,080.00
Eddy P. Herradura
333-37-49/09195668424

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Poverty is viewed as deprivation of common necessities that determine the quality of life which
include food, clothing, shelter and safe drinking water, and may also include the deprivation of
opportunities to learn, to obtain better employment to escape poverty and/or to enjoy the respect of
fellow citizens.
International experience shows that chances to reduce poverty through enhancing economic
growth also need to include measures towards more effective development and utilization of human
capital on the local level. No meaningful poverty alleviation can be achieved without effective and
efficient technical and vocational education program.
Vocational and technical education is a type of education which fits the individuals for gainful
employment in recognized occupation as semi-skilled workers or technicians or sub-professionals.
Vocational education could be regarded as that aspect of education which provides the recipients with
the basic knowledge and practical skills needed for entry into the world of work and employees or as
self-employed. Vocational education nurtures skills that are necessary for agricultural, industrial,
commercial and economic development and this builds a self-reliant nation.
The project aims to develop the knowledge and skills of beneficiaries, produce a productive
labor force that will be self-reliant or employable in an industry or company, generate income for the
unemployed, and reduce poverty incidence in the Municipality.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will benefit at least six (6) recipients from every barangay of the Municipality. The
beneficiaries will be trained in diesel/gas engine tune up, automotive electrical, preventive maintenance
on motorcycle mechanical and electrical systems, and on small engine system and components. The
training will be provided by TESDA while the project personnel, facilities/venue and other support
services will be provided by the local government.

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IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Diesel/gas engine tune up
training of 18
beneficiaries at
P 3,3340.00 per
participant
Automotive electrical
training of 18
beneficiaries at
P 4,560.00 per participant
Preventive maintenance
on motorcycle
mechanical and electrical
systems training of 58
beneficiaries at
P 5,370.00 per participant
Small engine system and
components training of
18 beneficiaries at
P 4,690.00 per participant
TOTAL

MOOE
P 60,120.00

CO
-

TOTAL BUDGET
P 60,120.00

82,080.00

82,080.00

311,460.00

311,460.00

84,420.00

84,420.00

538,080.00

538,080.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Metals and Engineering


Leganes, Iloilo
Technical Skills and Development Authority (TESDA)
To develop knowledge and skill of beneficiaries; and
To reduce poverty incidence
54 beneficiaries trained in shielded metal arc welding
All 18 barangays of Leganes
Unemployed men, women and youth

P 532,440.00
Nonito Gulmatico
09081965225

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Poverty is viewed as deprivation of common necessities that determine the quality of life which
include food, clothing, shelter and safe drinking water, and may also include the deprivation of
opportunities to learn, to obtain better employment to escape poverty and/or to enjoy the respect of
fellow citizens.
International experience shows that chances to reduce poverty through enhancing economic
growth also need to include measures towards more effective development and utilization of human
capital on the local level. No meaningful poverty alleviation can be achieved without effective and
efficient technical and vocational education program.
Vocational and technical education is a type of education which fits the individuals for gainful
employment in recognized occupation as semi-skilled workers or technicians or sub-professionals.
Vocational education could be regarded as that aspect of education which provides the recipients with
the basic knowledge and practical skills needed for entry into the world of work and employees or as
self-employed. Vocational education nurtures skills that are necessary for agricultural, industrial,
commercial and economic development and this builds a self-reliant nation.
The project aims to develop the knowledge and skills of beneficiaries, produce a productive
labor force that will be self-reliant or employable in an industry or company, generate income for the
unemployed, and reduce poverty incidence in the Municipality.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will benefit at least three (3) recipients from every barangay of the Municipality. The
beneficiaries will be trained in shielded metal arc welding (NC II). The training will be provided by TESDA
while the project personnel, facilities/venue and other support services will be provided by the local
government.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Shielded metal arc welding
training of 3beneficiaries
per barangay at P 9,860.00
per participant

MOOE
P 532,440.00

CO
-

TOTAL BUDGET
P 532,440.00

93

I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES

TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS


LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES

BUDGET
Requested from National Government
MOOE:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Health, Social and Other Community Development Services


Leganes, Iloilo
Technical Skills and Development Authority (TESDA)

To decrease the unemployment rate of the women and


youth sector; and
To increase household income of recipients
90 women and out-of-school youths trained in hilot
All 18 barangays of Leganes
Young school drop-outs, young mothers without graduation
certificates, female high school graduates with good grades
and high motivation, women working in the subsistence
economy, women in the informal sector, female heads of
household, unemployed women, or those threatened by
unemployment, who need further training

P 664,200.00
Venus S. Jaurigue
09202459482

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Despite an almost universal equality before the law, factors like social class and gender still
determine access to resources, potentials for participation, and prospects for the future. Addressing
these imbalances has led to a growing awareness that the participation of women and their
empowerment are central requirements for sustainable development.
Developments in education have contributed to the improvement of the social status of women.
Overcoming the imbalances between women and men in vocational training and in the workplace is
essential. Vocational training is especially important for improving womens chances for advancement,
provided they include professions in which women typically work.
The project aims to develop the skills of women and girl beneficiaries to decrease their sectoral
unemployment rate and increase their household income.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will benefit at least five (5) recipients from all 18 barangays of the Municipality. The
beneficiaries will be trained in hilot or wellness massage (NC II). The training will be provided by TESDA
while the project personnel, facilities/venue and other support services will be provided by the local
government.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Hilot training of 5
beneficiaries per
barangay at P 7,380.00
per recipient

MOOE
P 664,200.00

CO
-

TOTAL BUDGET
P 664,200.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
Capital Outlay:
LGU Counterpart
Total
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Construction of Faculty Room


Leganes, Iloilo
Department of Education (DepEd)
To serve as a formal office station for school personnel
1 faculty room constructed
Nabitasan National High School
Teachers and students of Nabitasan National High School

1,200,000.00
100,000.00
P 1,300,000.00
Jonilo Camemo
09994154356

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Faculty rooms are congregational spaces used for many different reasons. Sometimes the space
is used for coping, social support, and most importantly for professional knowledge sharing. Professional
knowledge sharing among teachers provide a variety of information: it helps teachers informally learn
and understand the practice of teaching, spontaneously collaborate and create projects, and collectively
share information. Thus, all the professional knowledge sharing that occurred in these spaces either
directly or indirectly filtered back into the classroom. It is a venue for faculty and administrators at
institutions to learn about how to create classroom environments and academic activities that maximize
the learning of all students.
The project aims to construct a congregational space for teachers that will also serve as a formal
office station for school personnel.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Nabitasan National High School have been a recipient of a generous donation from Mr. Edgar
Jarantilla involving a 4,000 square meter parcel of land adjacent to the existing school site. The project
will undertake the construction of a one unit faculty room in the new site of Nabitasan National High
School.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Construction of faculty
room
LGU Counterpartfurniture and fixture
such as lockers and filing
cabinets
TOTAL

MOOE
-

CO
1,200,000.00

TOTAL BUDGET
P 1,200,000.00

100,000.00

100,000.00

1,300,000.00

1,300,000.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT

TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
Capital Outlay:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Provision of School Furniture (seats)


Leganes, Iloilo
Department of Education (DepEd)
To provide adequate seats for students of various public
schools in the Municipality
770 seats provided to all public schools in the Municipality
Bungso-an ES, Cagamutan Norte ES, Calaboa ES, Cari Mayor
ES, Guihaman-Buntatala ES, Guintas ES, Guinobatan ES, Sofia
Gustilo ES, Napnud ES, Lapayon ES, Leganes Central ES,
Leganes NHS, Lapayon NHS, Nabitasan NHS
Students of 14 public schools

P 539,000.00
Jonilo Camemo
09994154356

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

School facilities have been observed as a potent factor to quality education. It is much more
than a passive container of the educational process. It is, rather, an integral component of the
conditions of learning.
School facilities consist of not only the physical structure and the variety of building systems,
such as mechanical, plumbing, electrical and power, telecommunications, and security. It also includes
furnishings, materials and supplies, equipment and information technology, as well as various aspects of
the building grounds, namely, athletic fields, playgrounds, areas for outdoor learning, and vehicular
access and parking.
The availability, adequacy and relevance of school facilities influence efficiency and high
productivity. The wealth of a nation or society could determine the quality of education in that land;
emphasizing that a society that is wealthy will establish good schools with quality teachers, learning
infrastructures that with such, students may learn with ease thus bringing about good academic
achievement (Farombi 1998).
Public elementary and secondary schools in the Municipality are struggling to reach the 1:1
standard student to seat requirement. The backlog is due to dilapidated seats, increase in the number of
enrollees, and the limited financial capacity of schools to acquire adequate furniture replacements.
The project aims to supplement the lack of adequate classroom seats for students in all
elementary and secondary schools in the Municipality.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The project will purchase 55 classroom seats/chairs for each beneficiary school or a total of 770

chairs.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Purchase of classroom seats/chairs at P 700.00 per unit

MOOE
-

CO
539,000.00

TOTAL BUDGET
P 539,000.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES

TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS


LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
Capital Outlay:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/ Rehabilitation


Leganes, Iloilo
Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)
To effectively link the agricultural production areas to
markets, and ensure the safety of commuters especially
pregnant women, mothers and their children
1,030.76 linear meters of barangay road in barangays
Calaboa, Cari Mayor, Guinobatan and Guintas concreted
Calaboa, Cari Mayor, Guintas, Guinobatan
Farmers, women and children

P 6,822,080.00
Engr. Ninford H. Raymundo
(033) 3296622 local 108

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Of the approximately 202,000 kilometers of roads nationwide, 15 percent are classified as


national roads, provincial roads account for 13 percent, while city/municipal roads constitute 11 percent
of the total. The balance of 60 percent of the road network is classified as barangay roads, which are
mostly unpaved. The rehabilitation and improvement of these barangay roads have been devolved to
the barangays based on Section 17 of Local Government Code, but considering the low financial capacity
of the barangays to finance the improvement these basic facilities that the LGC mandates, they need
external monetary assistance to for its construction and maintenance.
The rehabilitation and/or construction of barangay roads will cost-effectively link the production
areas to major markets and increase the mobility of farmers transporting their farm products to the
market. Another benefit of the project is faster and safer movement of social goods and services to rural
communities.
The project aims to improve the state of barangay roads to support agricultural productivity,
reduce travel time, and to ensure the safety of commuters especially pregnant women, mothers and
their children.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will undertake the upgrading of barangay roads in barangays Calaboa, Cari Mayor,
Guintas, Guinobatan to portland cement concrete pavement (PCCP) with the following specifications:
Barangay
Calaboa
Cari Mayor
Guinobatan
Guintas
Total

Length
(in linear meters)
300.00
250.00
230.76*
250.00
1,030.76*

Width
(in linear meters)
3.05
3.05
3.05
3.05

Thickness
(in inches)
9.00
9.00
9.00
9.00

* Figures have been rounded off into two decimal places for ease of presentation.

The barangay roads are located on flat terrain with a slope of not exceeding 3%. 3.05 linear
meter single carriage way will be concreted.

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IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Concreting of barangay
roads in barangays
Calaboa, Cari Mayor,
Guintas and Guinobatan
at P 2,170.00 per square
meter

MOOE
-

CO
6,822,080.00

TOTAL BUDGET
P 6,822,080.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
Capital Outlay:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Provision of Potable Water Supply


Leganes, Iloilo
Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)
To ensure access of poor/marginalized households to clean,
safe potable water supply
1 Level I water system established
Sitio Aquaville, Nabitasan
70 households of Sitio Aquaville

P 500,000.00
Ziralin Pudadera
09469951734

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Water is a basic need for human life. It is used daily for many purposes: industry, agriculture and
domestic use. According to the World Bank (World Resources, 1996), 69% of fresh water drawn every
year are used by farmers, 23% by industrial sector and 8% for domestic use. Today, the right to water is
increasingly recognized universally as a fundamental and inalienable right of the human person. Though
essential for human life, access to drinking water represents a day to day struggle for hundreds and
thousands citizens.
As it is the case in most developing countries, only a small fraction of the population is
connected to the pipe networks. Connected households face day to day consequences of a deficit in the
water supply. Water is not supplied round the clock and pressure is insufficient to pump.
The government has considered access to safe water supply as a top priority. This is consistent
with the Millennium Development Goals which aims at reducing the proportion of people without
sustainable access to safe drinking water by 50%.
The project aims to ensure access of poor/marginalized households to clean, safe potable water
supply in Sitio Aquaville, Barangay Nabitasan.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project will construct a deep well with a ground water source at a depth of 40 to 60 meters.
The project will also include the installation of a hand pump to aid the efficiency of water extraction. The
project will serve at least 70 households within 250 meter radius of the project site.
Another component of the project is capacity development, where the Municipal Council/Team
and the barangay/community-based water associations will be trained on planning/design,
implementation, operation, maintenance and management of water systems.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Construction of deep
well and hand pump
installation

MOOE
-

CO
P 500,000.00

TOTAL BUDGET
P 500,000.00

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I.

BASIC INFORMATION

NAME OF PROJECT
MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
OBJECTIVES
TARGET PHYSICAL OUTPUTS
LOCATION OF PROJECT
TARGET BENEFICIARIES
BUDGET
Requested from National Government
Capital Outlay:
CONTACT INFORMATION

II.

Rice Program - Small Water Impounding Project


Leganes, Iloilo
Department of Agriculture (DA)
Provide adequate irrigation water for rice and other crops
1 water impounding facility rehabilitated
Calaboa
135 farmer members of Calaboa Farmers Association

P 2,500,000.00
Serle G. Deysolong
09985423549

PROJECT RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES

Due to the harsh climate and topography of the Philippines, the country suffers frequent natural
calamities, including droughts and floods, which cause enormous losses in the agricultural sector.
Surface irrigation regulated by diversion structures without storage has been the main source of water
for croplands. But surface irrigation may result in a very variable water supply and inefficient use of
water. Since climate change and variability is expected to alter hydrological regimes and make it more
difficult to ascertain water availability.
The lack of a communal water storage facility of surface irrigation forces farmers to encroach on
main water sources and without much regard to ecological impacts. This practice damages the
streams/channels/gulleys and affects water flow to some areas, which then leads to the drying up of
tributaries downstream.

Small water impoundment, on the other hand, has been identified and field-tested in
response to the increased need to create buffers in soil and water systems, and to become more
resilient against shocks and stresses brought about by climate change variability . This reduces the need
for farmers to source water directly from tributaries and provides a means by which more systematic
and careful use of the water can be achieved.
Small water impoundments allow farmers to control the time and volume of water use, thus
making crop production possible during droughts and dry months. Having water readily available can
help maintain adequate soil moisture, which is an important buffer and ensures water availability to
plants even in the absence of rainfall. Soil moisture is also important in the transport of nutrients to and
through the plants, which will allow crops to better withstand periods of heat stress.
The project aims to provide adequate irrigation water for rice and other crops, reduce the risk
and impact of climate variability, and ensure livelihood security.

III.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project will rehabilitate/improve the existing small water impounding facility in Barangay
Calaboa. This small water impoundment rehabilitation will consist of dam base works, dam wall works,
sluice gate improvement, and drainage outlet and irrigation facility rehabilitation. The small water
impoundment will be designed for soil and water conservation and flood control by holding as much
water as possible during the rainy season. The reduced volume and force of runoff subsequently
reduced their eroding power of water thereby minimizing soil erosion and silting of fertile lands
downstream. The reservoir with its stored water is an important supplemental source of water for
agriculture.

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The operation and maintenance of the facilities built under this project will be transferred to the
beneficiary farmers organization.

IV.

PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET ITEM
Rehabilitation/improvement
of small water impounding
facility

MOOE
-

CO
2,500,000.00

TOTAL BUDGET
P 2,500,000.00

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ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN AND BUDGET


FY 2016
Region:
Province:
Municipality:
Total Budget of LGU:
Total GAD Budget:

VI
Iloilo
Leganes
P 78,005,519.00
9,285,504.00

Gender Issue/
GAD Mandate

Cause of the Gender


Issue

GAD Objective

Relevant LGU PPA

GAD Activity

Performance
Indicator

Performance
Target

GAD Budget

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Client-focused
Internally
displaced women/
girl offenders in
PNP - WCPC

High incidence of
gender-based
violence against
women and
children
Men and womens
need of access to
social welfare
services

Incidence of women/
girl offenders

To provide basic
facilities for
women/ girl
offenders in PNP WCPC

Crime Prevention and


Peacekeeping Strategies

Low awareness of
womens rights

To raise the level of


awareness of the
community on GAD

Crime Prevention and


Peacekeeping Strategies

Inadequate
furnishings of the
emergency shelter for
the women and
children victims

To provide wellequipped facilities


for the emergency
shelter for the
women and
children victims

Operation of GAD
Center (Bahay
Dalangpan) and GADrelated Services

PS

MOOE

Office of
Primary
Responsibility
(9)
CO

Construction of PNP
female barracks with
comfort room
Repair of detention cell
toilet and water supply
for women offenders/
detainees
Gender awareness
activity

Number of female
barracks constructed

150,000.00

PNP

Number of detention
cell rehabilitated

25,000.00

PNP

Number of GAD
seminar conducted

20,000.00

PNP

Provision of furnishing for


Balay Dalangpan and daily
operation

Number of KALIPI
members given an
opportunity for
economic
development
Number of distressed
women managed

180

127,400.00

MSWDO

28

103

Gender Issue/
GAD Mandate

Cause of the Gender


Issue

GAD Objective

Relevant LGU PPA

GAD Activity

Performance
Indicator

Performance
Target

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Boy and girl


students need of
access to basic
youth services

No existing facility for


the boy and girl
students

Lack of
empowerment
and capacity
development of
disadvantaged
women
Lack of
empowerment
and capacity
development of
women and girls
with disabilities

Inadequate
integration of
disadvantagedwomen
in the development
efforts

Low income of
men and women

Unemployment/
underemployment of
men and women

Inadequate
integration of PWDs
in the development
efforts

To provide a facility
for the boy and girl
students that will
help them address
their health needs,
queries and
problems
To provide more
opportunities for
socio-economic
development of
disadvantage
women
To provide more
opportunities for
socio-economic
development,
rehabilitation and
mainstreaming of
women and girls
with disabilities
To provide socioeconomic
opportunities to
men and women
for increased
household income

GAD Budget

Office of
Primary
Responsibility
(9)

(8)

Provision of counseling
services that will help
teens address their
respective reproductive
and non-reproductive
health needs, queries and
problems
Provision of venue for
training of disadvantaged
women from rural areas

Number of schoolbased multipurpose


teen center
established

PS
-

Area of training
center constructed in
square meters

72

Skills Training for


mothers and Persons
with Disability

Training of mothers and


PWDs on different
livelihood skills

Number of mothers
and PWDs trained
and given livelihood
assistance

20

100,000.00

MAENRO

Sectoral Development of
Cooperatives, Women,
Youth and Farmers

Enhancement of skills and


knowledge of POs such as
RIC for women and
cooperatives.
Job matching and
placement for men and
women job-seekers
Employment of poor and
marginalized men and
women and aid their
transition to the
mainstream workforce

Percentage increase
in income of
beneficiaries

20%

50,000.00

MAENRO

Percentage of skilled
workers registered

50%

191,400.00

PESO

Decrease in
unemployment rate

10%

528,00.00

MO

Construction of Schoolbased Multipurpose


Teen Center

Construction of Training
Center

Public Employment
Service Program
Employment Program
for Poverty Reduction
and Empowerment

MOOE
-

CO
225,000.00

MEO

1,560,000.00

MEO

104

Gender Issue/
GAD Mandate

Cause of the Gender


Issue

GAD Objective

Relevant LGU PPA

GAD Activity

Performance
Indicator

Performance
Target

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Equitable access
of disadvantaged
boy and girl
students to
education
services
Men and womens
access to social
services
Men and womens
access to social
services
Men and womens
access to basic
services

Inadequate resources
to augment the
educational needs of
disadvantaged boy
and girl students

Exposure to high
risks related to
womens
reproductive
health
Men and womens
access to health
services

High incidence of
maternal and infant
death

Poor farm-to-market
roads in the rural
areas
Poor farm-to-market
roads in the rural
areas
Inadequate water
facilities

High incidence of
illness needing blood
transfusion especially
among child-bearing
women

To ensure equitable
access to
educational
assistance of
disadvantaged boy
and girl students
To provide better
access to social
services
To provide better
access to social
services
To provide basic
needs of men and
women

Real Education (REd)


Leganes Scholarship
program

To provide
adequate and
quality health
services to women
of child bearing age
To raise the level of
awareness on the
importance of
bloodletting

Road Improvement
Program

Provision of educational
assistance to poor but
deserving boy and girl
students within the
Municipality who are
academically qualified
Concreting of 5 barangay
roads

Construction of
Footpaths in Barangays

Concreting of 2 footpaths

Installation of
Communal Potable
Water System in
Barangays

Installation and/or
rehabilitation of level II
communal pump water
systems in 107 sitios

Integrated Local Health


System Delivery

Operation of 24/7
birthing center

Blood Service Program

Blood type matching for


donors and women with
critical medical needs

GAD Budget

(8)
MOOE
850, 000.00

Office of
Primary
Responsibility
(9)

Number of
scholarships granted
for indigent students

20

PS
-

CO

Total length of roads


paved with concrete
in linear meters
Total length of
footpaths concreted
in linear meters
Number of level II
communal pump
water systems
installed/
rehabilitated
Maternal and infant
death

560

4,500,000.00

MEO

350

206,304.00

MEO

107

700,000.00

MEO

706,200.00

MHO

Decrease in mortality

15%

105,000.00

MHO

SB

105

Gender Issue/
GAD Mandate

Cause of the Gender


Issue

GAD Objective

Relevant LGU PPA

GAD Activity

Performance
Indicator

Performance
Target

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

GAD Budget

(8)
PS

Organization-focused
Need of a strong
Need for an
formulation and
enhanced programs
implementation of to affect gender
legislative
equality
measures that will
eliminate gender
bias

To strengthen the
formulation and
implementation of
legislative
measures along
gender sensitivity.

Updating the
Comprehensive Land
Use Plan (CLUP)

Mainstreaming of GAD in
CLUP

Number of land use


plan updated with
GAD integration

Total

Prepared by:

Approved by:

ZARAH SCARLET G. DORMIDO


Chairperson, GFPS-TWG

Office of
Primary
Responsibility
(9)

MOOE

619,200.00

P1,919,200.00

CO
-

MPDO

P7,366,304.00

Date:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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Senior Citizen Action Plan


BY 2016
Municipality:
Total Approved Budget for CY 2016:

Leganes, Iloilo
P 600,028.00

Specific Area of Concern


Non-compliance of public buildings to BP 344
i.e. lack of ramps, signage, parking area and
toilet for senior citizens

Lack of ICT facilities for the Senior Citizen and


Persons with Disability Center
Inadequate burial assistance provided for
indigent senior citizens

Lack of senior citizens participation in various


activities in the municipal level

Description of Strategies/Programs/Projects and Activities


Construction of ramps, signage and toilet that shall comply with
the minimum provisions of BP 344 at the Senior Citizen and
Persons with Disability Center including the installation of window
grills, roll-up shutters and air conditioning unit, repair of ceiling
and construction of building extension
Purchase of computer with printer
Provision of burial assistance for indigent senior citizens at
P 1,000.00 each

Cultural Activities i.e. Christmas party, town fiesta and foundation


day

Verifiable Output
Indicators
Area in m2 improved

Number of ICT
equipment provided
Number of indigent
senior citizens
provided with burial
assistance
Frequency of senior
citizen participation in
municipal level
activities

Annual
Target
5.11

Amount
P

340,000.00

35,000.00

25

25,000.00

40,000.00

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Specific Area of Concern


Daily operation of OSCA and SCFAI

Prepared by:

Description of Strategies/Programs/Projects and Activities


Allowance of officer of the day
Honorarium of OSCA Head at P 5,000.00 per month
Honorarium of SCFAI Federation President at P 3,000.00 per
month
Office supplies
Travelling expenses for monthly meeting of senior citizen
presidents from 18 barangays at P 100.00 per barangay per month
Travelling expenses for monthly meeting at the provincial level
Other maintenance and operating expenses
TOTAL

Approved by:

NONITO T. GULMATICO
OSCA Chairman

Verifiable Output
Indicators
Number of operational
Senior Citizen Center

Annual
Target

Amount
1

16,800.00
60,000.00
36,000.00
5,000.00
21,600.00

16,000.00
4,628.00
600,028.00

Date:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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Persons with Disability Action Plan


BY 2016
Municipality:
Total Approved Budget for CY 2016:

Leganes, Iloilo
P 730,028.00

Specific Area of Concern


Non-compliance of public
buildings to BP 344 i.e. lack of
ramps, signage, parking area and
toilet for persons with disability
Lack of locally initiated PWD
trainings

Description of Strategies/Programs/Projects and Activities


Construction of ramps, signage and toilet that shall comply with the minimum provisions of
BP 344 at the Senior Citizen and Persons with Disability Center including the installation of
window grills, roll-up shutters and air conditioning unit, repair of ceiling and construction of
building extension
Leadership training and PWD general assembly
Livelihood and skills training for PWDs i.e. sewing for women and trisikad for men

Insufficient provision for assistive


devices
Non-operational PDAO

Purchase of assistive device for PWDs


Purchase of 1 unit computer with printer for the establishment of a PWD database
Purchase of tables and chairs
Office supplies
Travelling expenses for seminars/convention of PDAO officers/focal person/PWD President
Honorarium of PDAO Officer
Allowance of PWD Center manager
Job hire
Celebration of PWD/NDPR Week on July 17 to 23
TOTAL

Prepared by:

Approved by:

WYNCE M. SILAO
PWD President

Verifiable Output
Indicators
Area in m2 improved

Number of PWD trainings


conducted
Number of PWDs
provided with livelihood
Number of assistive
device provided
PDAO organized and
strengthened

Annual
Target
5.11

Amount
P 340,000.00

40,000.00

12

60,000.00

15

50,000.00

40,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
52,000.00
30,000.00
12,000.00
52,800.00
23,228.00
P730,028.00

Date:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor
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Action Plan for Children


BY 2016
Municipality:
Total Approved Budget for CY 2016:

Leganes, Iloilo
P 1,335,000.00

Specific Area of Concern

Description of Strategies/Programs/Projects and Activities

Lack of venue/center for youth where


they could express themselves and
interact with others
High incidence of vehicular accidents
in front of the public schools

Construction of Teen Center in the Leganes National High School (Municipal


counterpart for a provincial government funded project)

Inadequate opportunities for


children/youth for sports
development and social integration
Inadequate playground amenities in
schools where pupils could play and
enjoy with friends
Limited functionality of the Municipal
Council for the Protection of Children

Children's Sports Fest

Verifiable Output
Indicators
Number of Teen Center
constructed

Provision of pedestrian lanes and traffic signage in front of every public schools

Sports equipment
Improvement of school playgrounds

Conduct of capability building activities, advocacy, regular and special meetings of the
council; preparation of annual work and financial plan, local code for children, local
state of childrens report and children's profile
TOTAL

Prepared by:

Approved by:

ELIZABETH H. ESPINOSA
OIC MSWDO

Annual
Target
1

Amount
P

225,000.00

Number of schools with


pedestrian lanes and
traffic signage
Number of sports activity
conducted for children

14

30,000.00

100,000.00

Number of elementary
school playgrounds
improved
Number of documents
prepared

11

440,000.00

40,000.00

500,000.00

P 1,335,000.00

Date:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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