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SETTING THE SCENE:

Current Situation &


Key Challenges

Comprehensive Development Plan


Updating
September 28, 2016 @ Regent Hotel
Background Information
 24 Barangays: 9 urban barangays; 15 rural barangays
 Projected Population: 35,013 (Urban Bgys. – 61% or 21,412; Rural
Bgys. – 39% or 13,601)
 Projected Household: 7,038 (Urban Bgys. – 4,375 or 62%; Rural
Bgys. – 2,784 or 38%)
 Structure of the Economy:
Level of Urbanization: 79%
Primary Sector – 22%
(Agri/Fishery); Secondary
Sector – 14% (
manufacturing,
construction); Tertiary
Sector: 65% (wholesale &
retail trade, transportation &
communication, business,
social and personal services,
etc.)
LGU Structure & Staffing
 12 Municipal Offices
 11 Elective Officials (including LIGA Pres. and +1 if SK returns)
 72 Permanent Employees (33M, 39F) 1 Co-terminus (Male);

NOTE: With employees that are


designated to other LGU offices

(4)
LGU Budget By Source (2010-2016)
Year
Source of Income
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (estimated)

RPTs 1,725,839.00 1,793,343.00 1,597,704.00 533,072.09 599,766.67 812,508.97 650,000.00

Local Source 2,347,022.14 2,433,768.97 2,673,166.86 2,805,987.86 3,554,644.55 4,667,148.45 4,628,000.00

IRA 44,604,624.00 47,751,864.00 46,794,033.00 51,976,550.00 58,796,821.00 66,987,358.00 73,761,948.00

TOTAL 48,677,485.14 51,978,975.97 51,064,903.86 55,315,609.95 62,951,232.22 72,467,015.42 79,039,948.00

LGU Budget by Source of Income, SHARE OF INCOME BY SOURCE, 2010-2016


2010-2016
RPTs
2% Local Source
80,000,000.00
70,000,000.00 5%
60,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
30,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
IRA
10,000,000.00
93%
-
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

RPTs Local Source IRA


Governance Assessment Report
2015
Governance Assessment Report
2015
Governance Assessment Report
2015

The LGU has been recognized in 2015 for its efforts in business promotion and investment
and enhancing competitiveness
The LGU supports local economic development and investment promotion
The LGU has citizens charter for securing permits
Release of business permit is within prescribed period
The LGU has business one stop shop
Data from business application forms are being tracked and summarized
The LGU has a Local Investment Incentive Code
Governance Assessment Report
2015
Key Challenges: Economic
Poverty Incidence Households Below Poverty Threshold
Barangay Households Magnitude Proportion
Dinaga (Pob.) 342 52 15.20%
Canaman, Camarines Sur San Agustin 364 69 18.96%
Source: CBMS 2014 Baras (Pob.) 524 103 19.66%
Haring 431 85 19.72%
San Vicente 565 116 20.53%
Del Rosario 569 170 29.88%
Pangpang
34.91%
(Pob.) 169 59
4,008 San Roque 181 72 39.78%
64% Talidtid
Mangayawan
206
346
84
146
40.78%
42.20%
Santa Teresita 276 118 42.75%
2,231 Tibgao (Pob.) 313 138
44.09%
36% Palo 120 53 44.17%
San Jose West 96 44 45.83%
Sua 209 97 46.41%
San Juan 52 25 48.08%
Santa Cruz
49.31%
(Pob.) 290 143
Fundado 97 49 50.52%
Iquin 172 87 50.58%
San Jose East 102 55 53.92%
Households with income ABOVE Poverty Threshold Poro 341 191 56.01%
San Nicolas 158 90 56.96%
Households with income BELOW Poverty Threshold San Francisco 205 117 57.07%
Linaga 111 68 61.26%
Total 6,239 2,231 35.76%
Key Challenges: Economic
 36% Poverty Incidence(Source: CBMS 2014)
Key Challenges: Economic
 ECONOMIC: Under-employment and low
household incomes; Agricultural production is steady, but
cost of production is steadily increasing; Irrigation is
needed; Commercial development that complements
the public market needed in poblacion

Employment: 95.6% of persons in


the labor force are employed
but many jobs are
seasonal/not permanent (CBMS
2014)

Primary Occupation: 42.3% are


laborers & unskilled workers;
13.2% are farmers/fisherfolks;
10.6% are service workers/
shop/ market sales workers
(CBMS 2014)
Key Challenges: Economic
Key Challenges: Economic
Structure of the Economy Q Primary Sector
a .Agriculture
b. Livestock
c. Fishery
d. Forestry
Q Secondary Sector
a. Mining and quarrying
Level of b .Manufacturing
Urbanization:
c .Electricity, gas and water
79% d .Construction
Q Tertiary Sector
a. Wholesale and retail trade
b. Transportation, storage and communication,
c. Finance, insurance, real estate and business services
d. Community, social and personal services
Key Challenges: Social

 HEALTH & SANITATION: Limited health facilities in


rural barangays; Overcrowded cemetery; Water
quality and quantity not good in many barangays;
Malnutrition is still prevalent;

Access to Sanitary Toilet: 6.5% or


402 households without access to
Sanitary Toilet; 23.4% or 1,461
households sharing Sanitary Toilet
(CBMS 2014)
Key Challenges: Social
Child malnutrition:
15-22% of 0- Barangay
1Q 2015 2Q 2015 3Q 2015

24months old
% Rank % Rank % Rank
1 BARAS 17.13 14 13.23 17 12.75 18
2 DEL ROSARIO 21.32 7 21.81 10 22.07 12

children are 3
4
5
DINAGA
FUNDADO
HARING
7.97
24.32
10.06
22

19
5
6.80
22.22
7.32
22

21
9
11.45
54.90
6.78
19
1
22

underweight (Source: 6
7
IQUIN
LINAGA
21.82
20.73
6
9
22.76
17.28 13
6 22.12
24.14
11
8
Operation Timbang 2012-2015) 8 MANGAYAWAN 12.55 18 16.19 14 24.28 7
9 PALO 12.79 17 12.79 18 5.19 23
10 PANGPANG 9.09 20 7.56 20 10.91 20
11 PORO 14.88 15 13.66 15 22.48 10
Average Malnutrition Rate Per Year
12 SAN AGUSTIN 3.54 23 3.54 23 2.26 24
2012-2015
13 SAN FRANCISCO 18.00 12 22.44 8 19.23 14
Canaman, Camarines Sur
14 SAN JOE EAST 26.32 3 28.07 2 25.86 4
25.00 15 SAN JOSE WEST 24.68 4 22.67 7 18.06 16
21.40 16 SAN JUAN 8.70 21 8.70 19 8.70 21
20.08
20.00 17 SAN NICOLAS 30.63 1 20.54 11 28.32 3
16.98 16.91
18 SAN ROQUE 19.87 11 25.31 3 25.63 5
15.00 19 SAN VICENTE 20.85 8 22.77 5 21.13 13
20 STA.CRUZ 26.87 2 23.61 4 23.35 9
10.00 21 STA.TERESITA 14.66 16 18.06 12 19.17 15
22 SUA 0.00 24 0.00 24 31.33 2
5.00
23 TALIDTID 20.51 10 28.21 1 24.29 6

- 24 TIBGAO 17.55 13 13.47 16 13.52 17


2012 2013 2014 2015 CANAMAN 16.28 16.18 18.26
Key Challenges: Social
Food Type Average Rank
Food shortage: 9% or 569 households
experienced food shortage (CBMS 2014) Cereals 98% 1
Spices & conds 95% 2
Diet Diversity: 35-49% of households are Oils & fats 94% 3
not eating diverse food but there are Sugars 89% 4
nutritious food items that people are vegetables 82% 5
not eating although can be readily fish 70% 6
produced by the households, such as
Meat & poultry 42% 7
roots & tubers, meat & poultry, eggs,
nuts & legumes and fruits (EWS-FNS) Milk & dairy 38% 8
eggs 30% 9
fruits 16% 10
Roots & tubers 15% 11
Nuts & legumes 11% 12
Key Challenges: Social

Tenurial Status: 52.4% or 3,337 households


are either insecure or partially insecure
(565 informal settlers, 2,772 renting or
rent-free w/ consent) (CBMS 2014)\

Housing Materials: 42% or 2,630


households living in housing made of
light/makeshift wall/roof (511 in
makeshift house) (CBMS 2014)\

Cemetery: No public cemetery. Existing Catholic Cemetery is


overcrowded and does not meet the standards (e.g. 1m x
2.44m or 2.44 sq. m. for below interment, excluding roads and other
spaces and 1.6m x 3m or 4.8 sq. m. for above-ground interment,
excluding roads and other spaces).
Key Challenges: Social

Access to safe water: 51% or 3,191 households without access to


safe water (CBMS 2014)\

NOTE: with on-going pipeline extension


projects. Barangays not yet covered by the
project: Barangay Sua, Fundado, Iquin, San
Nicolas, San Juan & Palo)
Key Challenges: Social

HOUSING: Tenurial Status


Key Challenges: Social
Key Challenges: Social
• EDUCATION: Above average elementary &
high school completion rates, but very low rates of
college and post-graduate qualifications

Enrolment Rate: 98.4% of 6-12y.o. children


are attending E/S, 87.9% of 13-16y.o.
attending H/S (CBMS 2014)\

Educ. Attainment Female Male Total %


No Grade
53 64 84 0.47%
completed
Elementary
907 1,559 2,027 11.26%
Undergrad
Elementary
2,820 2,620 2,242 12.45%
Graduate
High School
1,320 1,405 2,963 16.46%
Undergrad
High School
1,279 1,500 5,216 28.97%
Graduate
Vocational 1,693 1,194 476 2.64%
College
1,364 1,225 2,396 13.31%
Undergrad
College 25 21 2,563 14.23%
Masters/PhD 18 20 38 0.21%
100.00%
Key Challenges: Social
Key Challenges: Physical/infra
 ROADS: Vast road network connecting all barangays; with
sections that are not yet concrete and with sections that
needs repair/upgrading San Nicolas to Barobaybay : incomplete, around
600meters road opening needed

Circumferential Rd:
1.2km not concrete

Radial Rd: 1Km not


concrete
Proposed new
San Roque-Liñaga Rd: incomplete; roads per CLUP
around 900 meters road opening needed NOTE: SJE-SJW & SF-IQUIN PROPOSED
PROJECTS FOR 2017 ADM (formerly BUB)
Key Challenges: Physical/infra
 BRIDGES: 5 barangays “isolated”; some footbridges needs
repair/upgrading

Proposed Bridge
per CLUP

- Barangays not reached by 4-wheeled vehicle due to absence of bridge: Liñaga,


Iquin, San Nicolas, San Juan & Palo
NOTE: PORO-BANAWANG BRIDGE PROPOSED
PROJECT FOR 2017 ASSISTANCE TO
DISADVANTAGED MUNICIPALITIES (formerly BUB)
Key Challenges: Physical/infra

 Drainage is a key issue – need


for Comprehensive Drainage
System Plan
Key Challenges: Physical/infra
 RECREATION FACILITIES/OPEN SPACES: Lack of recreation
facilities and open spaces, most are multi-purpose pavements.
Way below the standard of 500 sq.m. of municipal park per
1,000 population (if 35,000 population, dapat 1.75 hectares na
municipal park)

 BFP & PNP STATIONS: No separate stations to have BFP &


PNP stations that are compliant to standards. BFP & PNP has
funds for construction of stations but LGU has no land .

 TRANSPORT TERMINAL: No proper transport terminal in the


poblacion – leads to traffic congestion and parking along
the road poses hazard to people.
Key Challenges: Environment
 Solid Waste Management is a
continuing challenge. Baras MRF
needs upgrading. Need for
barangay MRFs. SWM Plan needs
completion, review & updating
to have a cohesive SWM system.
Need to strengthen barangays to
perform their function in SWM.
Need for strategy to comply with
the Sanitary Landfill requirement.
Key Challenges: Environment
 Riverbank Erosion threatens/claims the residential and
agricultural land, especially along cut-off channels 1 & 2.

 Soil salinization/degradation affects around 70% of


agricultural land; reduces productivity and adds to the
expenses/losses of farmers
SUSCEPTIBLE TO
KeyDISASTER/CLIMATE
Challenges: Environment
CHANGE
Key Challenges: Environment
 Presence of settlers in danger zones
Key Challenges: Institutional
 Manual Systems and processes (not
computerized)
 Outdated Citizens Charter and absence of
implementing mechanisms to ensure
institutionalization
 Lack of technical personnel in some offices
 Presence of personnel detailed to other offices/
personnel under one office but doing function
outside the office
 Some personnel are not able to attend or seldom
attend trainings/seminars/capability building
activity
Key Challenges: Institutional
 Absence of institutionalized participatory
monitoring system of LGU PPAs
 Issues on hiring selection, promotion, retention
and evaluation practices (including awards &
incentives, merit promotion/selection system, orientation of
new employees, SPMS, personnel development program,
etc.)
 Issues on customer service attitude of some
personnel
 Issues on internal office relationship/management
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 1: Local Governance
PPAs STATUS
Formulation of Annual Revenue Generation Plan Not implemented
Real Property Tax Computerization Program On-going
Implementation of Business Permit and Licensing System Not implemented
Formulation/Implementation of Human Resource Plan and Not implemented
Capacity Development Agenda
Review the organizational structure/staffing pattern of the LGU Not implemented

Formulation/Implementation of Strategic Performance Initially implemented


Measurement System (SPMS)
Updating/implementation of Citizens Charter Not implemented
Computerization of Office Systems and Processes Partially implemented
Conduct of regular and timely information, education, igwa pero dae
communication and consultation activities sustainaned
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 2: Education & Livelihood
PPAs STATUS
Enhanced LGU Tertiary Educational Fund Assistance Program Partially implemented

Strengthen/expand partnership with NGAs, NGOs, and other on-going

institutions providing scholarships/educational assistance


Provide capability building and support to Day Care Workers on-going

Additional/Expanded Skills Training Program initially implemented

Household/Agri-based Livelihood Program


Provision of loan for seed- capital or start-up equipment Starter kit only

Livelihood options through dragon boat (tourism) initially

Ongoing development and promotion of the Canaman not implemented

Pasalubong Centre
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 3: Solid Waste Management

PPAs STATUS
Support barangays to prepare, update and/ or not implemented

implement their Solid Waste Management plans

Ensure functionality of Barangay Solid Waste not implemented

Management Committees and Municipal Solid Waste


Management Board
Oversee the establishment of a Materials Recovery initially

Facility in every barangay

Implement Information and Education Campaign initially but not


sustained
regarding Waste Segregation and Management
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 4: Health

PPAs STATUS
Undertake an evaluation of the Municipal Birthing Clinic,
focusing on its successes, areas for improvement and
opportunities for financial self sufficiency.

Undertake a review of the medical supplies, equipment, not implemented

personnel and medical missions for each barangay and use


this as the basis of a shared barangay-municipality funding
agreement.

Improve the capacity of Barangay Health Workers and implemented

Barangay Nutrition Scholars


Convene a Technical Working Group charged with not implemented

preparing a Public Cemetery Feasibility Study and


Implementation Strategy
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 5: Disaster Risk Reduction

PPAs STATUS
Appointment of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management implemented

Officer
Purchase of Disaster Response Equipment implemented

Provide ongoing trainings, seminars and support to initial implementation


but not sustained
volunteers and residents in all barangays.
Replication of ACCORD community risk assessment and not implemeted

hazard mapping program in all barangays


Prepare a Comprehensive Drainage System Plan not implemented

Upgrade the San Juan Evacuation Centre implemented

Develop a housing project for the resettlement of informal


settlers living in hazardous locations
STATUS OF 2013-2016 ELA
 Focus Area 6: Water

PPAs STATUS
Liaise with Metro Naga Water District Network regarding implemented

extension of potable level III water to additional


barangays.
Develop partnership between LGU Canaman and initially implemented

Department of Agrarian Reform regarding the replication


of the CP WASH project in coastal barangays

Ensure the quality of water in coastal and rural barangays


through regular testing, chlorination and, where necessary,
provision of RO filtration.

MHO personnel to inspect and supervise water lorries to


ensure water is of an acceptable standard
CLUP PPAs Near Term Priority Programs and Projects (2013-2016)
 Land banking (identification and acquisition of lots)
 Establishment of resettlement/socialized housing areas
 Establishment of Cemetery/Memorial Park
 Strict enforcement of easement and setbacks on roads and waterways
 Improvement of drainage system (construction/repair/improvement of
drainage canals, etc.)
 Construction of farm-to-market roads
 Allocation of additional financial assistance to disadvantaged group
 Expansion of pipeline for level 2 and level 3 water supply system
 Dredging/desilting of waterways
 Updating of Development Plans & Databases
 Operationalization of Geographic Information System (GIS)
 Construction of Bridges (Liñaga, Iquin, Fundado-Barobaybay, etc.)
 Establishment of 24 MRFs
 Expansion of MNWD pipeline & exploration of underground water source
 Integrated farming /Livelihood projects on agriculture and fisheries
 Computerization of LGU processes
 Education/Capability Building Program to develop skills for employment
CLUP PPAs Near Term Priority Programs and Projects (2013-2016)

 Support livelihood and grow household incomes through


- Enhanced scholarships program
- household/agri-based livelihood
- access to capital and promotion/marketing support
- Provision of loan for seed- capital or start-up equipment
- Livelihood options through dragon boat (tourism)
- Ongoing development and promotion of the Pasalubong Centre
 Establishment of integrated transport terminal
 Promotion of Tourism and construction of facilities to support dragon boat
racing at Mangayawan
 Enhanced LGU Tertiary Educational Fund Assistance Program
 Provide capability building and support to Day Care Workers.
 Support barangays to update / or implement their Solid Waste
Management plans
 Appointment of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer
 Purchase of Disaster Response Equipment
 Prepare a Comprehensive Drainage System Plan
CLUP PPAs Near Term Priority Programs and Projects (2013-2016)

 Acquire land and install drainage before additional buildings are


constructed to take away the possibility of doing so.
 New roads must promote a compact pattern of development
 Commit to minimum standards for all new bridges, including a minimum
width.
 Advocate for the widespread construction of the CP Wash Technology with
funding from the Bottom Up Budgeting Process
 Detailed urban development plans to ensure new subdivisions are well
planned and provided with necessary infrastructure
CLUP PPAs Long Term Priority Programs and Projects (2013-2023)
 Establishment of a bigger recreation complex with complete
amenities
 Improvement to barangay multi-function pavements
 Establishment of shared walking/cycling trail along DPH
Boulevard
 Establishment of buffer zones/greenbelts especially along
waterways
 Construction of additional streetlights in strategic areas &
Improvement of street lightings along the National road
 Installation/construction/expansion of Irrigation system
 Construction/improvement of drainage
 Construction/improvement/repair of public buildings
 Establishment of processing house for nipa sap/Livelihood
 Construction of slaughterhouse
 Stabilization of riverbanks and establishment of mini-forest park
 Procurement of Lorry trucks & refilling tanks & rainwater collector
 Establishment of research & devt demo farms
CLUP PPAs Long Term Priority Programs and Projects (2013-2023)
 Continue to monitor the impacts of climate change on the
agricultural sector, and trial new technologies/plant varieties that
adapt to different rainfall and temperature patterns
 Ongoing promotion and support to the fisheries sector
 Continue to monitor the impacts of climate change on the
agricultural sector, and trial new technologies/plant varieties that
adapt to different rainfall and temperature patterns.
 Active development of commercial sector in the poblacion to
develop more service based jobs
 Develop print information to support tourism (e.g historical
information, information about transport/distances, private tour
operators, timing of events, accommodation) and upload to
website
 Advocate to DepEd for additional resources to meet student to
teacher, classroom and equipment ratios
 In consultation with the Local School Board, consider the potential
of using Special Education Fund to meet basic facility/space needs.
 Ensure adequate zoning for future education institutions
Tapos na po!
(the end…)

DIOS MABALOS!
(thank you!)