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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Appended Tables

Summary of Accomplishment i-iv

Introduction 1

Highlights of Performance 2
A. Land Tenure Improvement 2
1. Land Acquisition and Distribution 3
2. Leasehold Operation 6
3. Other LTI Services 7
a. Redocumentation of DNYD lands 7
b. Subdivision & redocumentation of collective CLOAs 7
c. Installation of uninstalled ARBs 7
B. Delivery of Agrarian Justice 8
1. Agrarian Legal Assistance 8
2. Adjudication of Cases 10
C. Program Beneficiaries Development 10
1. Social Infrastructure and Local Capability Building (SILCAB) 11
2. Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED) 13
3. Access Facilitation and Access Enhancement (AFAE) Services 19
4. Foreign Resource Mobilization 21
D. Support to Operations 22
1. Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM) 22
2. Policy and Research Studies 25
3. Formulation of Implementing Guidelines 27
4. Managing the Publics 34
a. Public Assistance and Complaints Coordinating Unit
b. Quick Response Operations
c. Building Social Capital
5. Managing the Bureaucracy 35
a. Integrity Development Review (IDR)
b. Human Resource Development

APPENDED TABLES
TABLE
TITLE
NO.

1 Status of 1993 to 2009-Funded Survey Projects, By Region, In Hectares (Jan–Dec. 2009)
1a Status of 1993 to 2009-Funded Survey Projects, By Province, In Hectares (Jan- Dec. 2009)
1b Status of 1993 to 2009-Funded Survey Projects, By Region, In Hectares (As of Dec. 2009)
1c Status of 1993 to 2009-Funded Survey Projects, By Province, In Hectares, (As of Dec. 2009)

2 Claimfolders Transmitted by DAR to LBP, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
2a Claimfolders Transmitted by DAR to LBP, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)

3 Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
3a Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)
3b Cumulative Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Region (1972- Dec. 2009)
3c Cumulative Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Province (1972- Dec. 2009)

4 Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
4a Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)
4b Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Region (1964- Dec. 2009)

5 Status of Redocumentation of DNYD Lands, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
5a Status of Redocumentation of DNYD Lands, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)
5b Status of Redocumentation of DNYD Lands, By Region (As of Dec. 2009)
5c Status of Redocumentation of DNYD Lands, By Province (As of Dec. 2009)

6 Status of CY 2009-Funded Survey Projects of Collective CLOA, By Province (Jan-Dec.2009)
6a Status of SP of Collective CLOAs By Province (As of Dec. 2009)
6b Redocumentation of Collective CLOA, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)

7 Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
7a Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Province(Jan- Dec. 2009)
7b Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Region (As of Dec. 2009)
7c Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Province(As of Dec. 2009)

8 Accomplishment in Agrarian Legal Assistance (ALA), By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
8a Resolution of Agrarian Law Implementation (ALI) Cases, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
8b Resolution of Agrarian Law Implementation (ALI) Cases, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)
8c Ageing of Pending ALI Cases, By Region (As of Dec. 2009)

9 Accomplishment in ARB Representation Before Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Courts, By Region
(Jan- Dec. 2009)
9a ARB Representation in Judicial/Court Cases, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
9a.1 ARB Representation in Judicial/Court Cases, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)
9a.2 Ageing of Pending Judicial/Court Cases, By Region (As of Dec. 2009)
9b ARB Representation in Quasi-Judicial Cases, By Region (Jan- Dec. 2009)
9b.1 ARB Representation in Quasi-Judicial Cases, By Province (Jan- Dec. 2009)

2009) 20 KALAHI Farmers Centers (KFCs) Establishment/Maintenance.Dec. 2009) 26b Trainings Attended by DAR Personnel. By Region (Jan. By Region (As of Dec. 2009) 26 Trainings Conducted for and Attended by DAR Personnel. By Province (Jan. 2009) 21 Summary of Physical Infrastructure Projects. By Region (As of Dec. By Province (As of Dec.Dec. 2009) 17 Development of Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises. By Region (Jan. By Region (As of Dec. By Region (Funded by FAPs) As of Dec. 2009) 25 Status of Foreign Resource Mobilization (As of Dec. By Region (Jan. 2009) 24a President Diosdado Macapagal Agrarian Scholarship Program (PDMASP). By Region (Funded by both ARF and FAPs) As of Dec. 2009) 24 President Diosdado Macapagal Agrarian Scholarship Program (PDMASP). 2009) 25a On-Going Foreign-Assisted Projects (As of Dec.Dec. 2009 23 Accomplishment in Greater Medicare Access (GMA) Sa Bayan-Anihan.Dec. 2009) 26a Trainings Conducted for DAR Personnel.Dec. 2009 22 Summary of Basic Social Service Facilities (Funded by FAPs) As of Dec. By Region (Jan.Dec. 2009) 12 Summary of National ARC Connectivity Clusters. By Region (As of Dec. 2009) 10 Accomplishment in Adjudication of Agrarian Cases. 2009) 10a Accomplishment in Adjudication of Agrarian Cases. 2009) 15 ARC Connectivity Clusters Operationalization. 2009) 13 Status of Organizations in the ARCs. 2009) 11b Status of Land Tenure Improvement in the ARCs. 2009 22a Status of Basic Social Services. 2009) 19b Terminated Credit Programs.Dec. 2009) 19 Credit and Microfinance Program. By Region (As of Dec. By Region (Jan. 2009) 14 Accomplishment in Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries’ (ARBs) Training. By Region (As of Dec. By Region (As of Dec. By Region (As of Dec. 2009) 10b Ageing of Pending DARAB Cases. 9b. 2009) Accomplishment in ALA (Conciliation/Mediation of Cases). 2009) . 2009) 11c Status of Land Tenure Improvement in the ARCs. By Region (Jan. 2009 21a Summary of Physical Infrastructure Projects.Dec.TABLE TITLE NO. By Type (Funded by both ARF and FAPs) As of Dec. By Region (Jan. By Type. By Type. By Region (Jan. 2009) 16 Accomplishment in Job Generation. By Region (Jan. By Region (As of Dec. By Province (As of Dec.Dec.Dec. 2009) 19a On-Going Credit and Microfinance Program. By Region (As of Dec. By Province (As of Dec. By Region (Jan. 2009) 11a Number of ARCs. By Province (As of Dec.Dec. By Region (Jan. 2009) 13a Status of Organizations in the ARCs.2 Ageing of Pending Quasi-Judicial Cases.Dec. 2009) 11 Number of ARCs. 2009) 18 Accomplishment in the Provision of Marketing Assistance. By Region (As of Dec.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM
SUMMARY OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
January to December 2009

A. Land Tenure Improvement

 Distributed 59,495 hectares of private and government-owned agricultural lands
bringing to 4.166 million hectares, the total lands distributed by DAR benefiting
2.431 million ARBs since 1972.

 Placed under leasehold arrangement 12,296 hectares of agricultural lands securing
the tenurial status of 5,740 ARBs in landowners’ retained areas and in areas awaiting
CARP coverage. The aggregate area covered now under leasehold is 1.698 million
hectares benefiting 1.196 million tenant-farmers.

 Redocumented a total of 26,515 hectares of DNYD lands for subsequent payment of
landowners’ compensation by the LBP.

 Moduled for land survey a total of 52,513 hectares of landholdings covered by
Collective CLOAs. Redocumented and registered individual titles covering 49,229
hectares previously covered by Collective CLOAs

 Installed 5,808 uninstalled ARBs in 6,954 hectares of agricultural lands

B. Agrarian Justice Delivery

 Resolved/Disposed 68,099 cases under the agrarian legal assistance program
involving judicial, quasi-judicial, and agrarian law implementation cases

 Settled/Disposed 38,603 agrarian disputes and conflicts through conciliation and
mediation

 Resolved 24,672 agrarian cases under the adjudication process.

C. Program Beneficiaries Development

 Confirmed 13 ARCs (8 Regular and 5 SARC).

 Delineated 115 ARC connectivity clusters. These clusters involved 1.736 million
hectares of production area and 736,066 ARBs.

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 Provided interventions to 6,246 organizations with total membership of 757,795,
enabling them to operate and manage their farm, non-farm and off-farm enterprises.

 Trained 155,080 ARBs on various courses in LTI, Support to Social Infrastructure
and Local Capability Building, Sustainable Area-Based Rural Enterprise, and
Support to Basic Social System Development.

 Facilitated the preparation of agribusiness plans in ARC clusters involving 34,946
hectares of new lands covered for agribusiness.

 Generated 58,698 jobs from agri-business enterprise, 39,068 jobs from new lands
developed for agribusiness, and 21,995 jobs from physical infrastructure projects
both FAPs and ARF.

 Facilitated the development of 635 agri and non-agri products and services.
Launched 334 products and services in commercial markets of which 57 products
and services with approved permits from various regulatory agencies.

 Facilitated the scale-up of 232 Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)
involving 346 ARB organizations and 7,382 ARBs.

 Facilitated the signing of 1,422 marketing contracts with agri-business firms
amounting to PhP 1,393,565,210 involving 682 ARB/Peoples’ organizations and the
establishment of 89 marketing centers.

 Provided loan assistance amounting to PhP 2.908 billion to 233,617 ARBs as of
December 2009.

 Facilitated access to extension services benefiting 96,183 ARBs and Non-ARBs
through the maintenance of 51 functional KALAHI Farmers’ Centers, a one-stop
center for support services availment as of December 2009.

 Facilitated the completion of 129 projects worth PhP 594 million. These projects
comprised:
 35 irrigation projects with a service area of 6,125 hectares
 136 farm-to-market roads with a length of 358 kilometers
 13 bridge with a length of 521 linear meters
 30 pre- and post-harvest facilities

 Facilitated the completion of 36 projects worth PhP 92 million. These basic social
services facilities include:
 2 health centers
 16 potable water supply system
 18 new classrooms

 Facilitated enrollment to Philhealth and other health-care providers of 175,576
ARBs/ARB households

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 Granted President Diosdado Macapagal Agrarian Scholarship Program to 3,139
deserving dependents of ARBs. Actual enrollees during the school year is 864.

 To date, the Department generated a total of PhP 76.611 billion from various foreign
donor agencies and financing institutions to beef up funds for development of ARCs.
This is equivalent to 59 projects (51 completed & 8 ongoing).

D. Support Program

 Conducted one (1) in-house research and policy study entitled “Case Studies on the
Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) Farmer-Beneficiaries in Selected
Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM) Areas and Public A & D Lands.”

 Issued six (6) Administrative Orders, to wit: a) Joint DA-DAR-DENR-DILG-
DOST-CHED Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2009 - Implementing Rules
and Regulations Pursuant to Executive Order 710 by the President; b)
Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2009 - Audit Agenda of the Internal Audit
Service (IAS) for CY2009; c) Administrative Order No. 2, Series of 2009 - Rules
and Procedures governing the Acquisition and Distribution of agricultural lands
under Republic Act (R.A.) No. 6657, as amended by R.A. No. 9700; d)
Administrative Order No. 3, Series of 2009 - Rules and Procedures governing the
Cancellation of Registered Certificates of Land Ownership Awards (CLOAs),
Emancipation Patents (EPs), and other titles issued under any Agrarian Reform
Program; e) Administrative Order No. 4, Series of 2009 - Rules and Regulations
Implementing Section 19 of R.A. 9700 (Jurisdiction on and Referral of Agrarian
Dispute); and f) Administrative Order No. 5, Series of 2009 - Implementing Rules
and Regulations on Support Services Delivery under Republic Act No. 9700

 Issued 16 Memorandum Circulars, to wit: a) Joint DAR-LBP Memorandum
Circular No. 1, Series of 2009 – Grassroots Microfinance in Agrarian Reform Areas
(GMFA); b) Memorandum Circular No. 2, Series of 2009 – Addendum to MC.
No. 9, Series of 2007, Re: Harmonizing the Implementation of Agribusiness
Development Programs and Initiatives in the Department; c)
Memorandum Circular No. 3, Series of 2009 – Addendum to M.C. No. 2, Series of
2008, Re: Reconstitution and Strengthening of GAD Focal Points; d) Memorandum
Circular No. 4, Series of 2009 – Clarifying the Reckoning Date of the 5-year
Prohibitory Period of Encumbering/Alienating Lands Acquired through Free Patent
and Homestead Patent; e) Memorandum Circular No. 5, Series of 2009 –
Addendum to Memorandum Circular No. 3, dated February 27, 2009 Re:
Reconstitution and Strengthening of Gender and Development (GAD) Focal Points;
f) Memorandum Circular No. 6, Series of 2009 – Amendment to Guidelines and
Procedures in the Conduct of Training and Other Human Resource Development
Related Activities for the Central and Field Offices; g) Memorandum Circular No.
7, Series of 2009 – Addendum to M.C. No. 12, Series of 2008 on the Submission of
Support List for PBD Accomplishment; h) Memorandum Circular No. 8, Series of
2009 – Revised Guidelines on the Selection of Most Outstanding ARB, Most
Progressive ARB Organization and Most Progressive ARC; i) Memorandum
Circular No. 9, Series of 2009 – Guidelines for Conducting and Cascading the
EHEM Sensitivity Seminars in all the Offices of the Department; j) Memorandum

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9700  A total of 3. 17. 13. Previously Documented Per Parcellary Map Sketch Where Claimfolders are with Land Bank of the Philippines. Series of 2009 – Addendum to DAR Memorandum Circular No. m) Memorandum Circular No. Series of 2009 – DAR Manual on Legal Assistance. 11. iv . entitled. l) Memorandum Circular No.021 DAR employees participated in 145 training classes conducted or sponsored either by the Department or other agencies. Series of 2009 – Guidelines in the Implementation of an Enhanced Planning.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Circular No. 10. and p) Memorandum Circular No. o) Joint DAR-LBP Memorandum Circular No. n) Memorandum Circular No. 12. 11. Series of 2009. 16. 14. Policies and Guidelines Governing the Profiling of One (1) Million Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) under the ARB Database System. Series of 2009 – Implementing Policies and Guidelines on the Profiling of One Million ARBs under the ARB Database System. Series of 2009 – Amended List of Requirements for Land Transfer Processing and Payment of Landholdings Subjected to Operation Land Transfer (OLT) Pursuant to PD 27 and Executive Order (EO) 228 and Resolutions to Problems. Series of 2009 – Operational Guidelines for the Development of ARC Clusters. Series of 2009 – Rules and Regulations on Internal Whistle Blowing and Reporting k) Memorandum Circular No. Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) System of DAR in accordance with Republic Act No. Issues and Concerns on OLT-covered Landholdings which were already Distributed but Not Yet Documented/Paid (OLT-DNYD/DNYP) and Requirements for Lands Already Finally Surveyed.

On June 2009. The CARPer Bill provides for additional funding of P150 billion over the next five years giving the DAR enough financial muscle to acquire 1 million 07 August 2009. A campaign for the extension of the program was aggressively waged by the DAR and was widely supported by most sectors such as the religious. And in a gesture to commemorate the historic signing of the Land Reform Code of 1963. The act was a fitting tribute to the late President who championed agrarian reform during his tenure and homage to the tillers who labored fiercely to ensure the continuation of the program. DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT January to December 2009 INTRODUCTION The year 2009 saw the passage of Republic Act 9700. .000 farmers. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo signed the CARPer Bill into law on the same date and place her late father---President Diosdado Macapagal---signed RA 3844: August 7. The efforts were not for naught. however. both Houses of Congress approved the CARPer bill for another five years. otherwise known as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms (CARPer) Bill. and civil society. 2009 in Plaridel. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed Republic Act 9700 hectares or so of agricultural lands and distribute the same to some 600. Plaridel. The passage. These bode well for the program since it ensures the continuity of a fundamental provision of agrarian reform and the funds to finance it. farmers. Bulacan. was not without bloodletting—so to speak—on the part of DAR and its partners. The new law also incorporates compulsory acquisition of private agricultural lands which is central to the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988. Bulacan.

Other essential provisions legislated include the termination of the voluntary land transfer (VLT) as a mode of land distribution primarily to eliminate prejudice against legitimate farmers. and the revision in the computation of land values to arrive at a fairer valuation acceptable to landowners. The legal and support services sectors. HIGHLIGHTS OF PERFORMANCE A. These services include: ● Redocumentation of Distributed but no yet Documented (DNYD) Lands. DAR’s operations in Land Tenure Improvement (LTI) were limited to VOS and VLT lands and other LTI services. It embodies the essence of agrarian reform. Meanwhile.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report The new law also provides for a joint Congressional Oversight Committee on Agrarian Reform or COCAR to closely monitor and assess program implementation. 2 . During this period. Other LTI services are also rendered by the DAR to remedy the operational bottlenecks encountered during the learning years of program implementation. It was only during the second half of the year when the new law was enacted and compulsory acquisition was restored to its principal role that DAR was able to make a breakthrough in land acquisition and distribution. 01 passed by Congress on December 2008 which extended the program for six months (January-June 2009) but with the exclusion of compulsory acquisition of new lands. Land Tenure Improvement (LTI) The LTI component is the heart and soul of agrarian reform. ● Redocumentation and Subdivision of Collective CLOAs. upholds the land-to-the-tiller concept and advances social equity. This was largely due to the DAR’s compliance with the provisions of Joint Congressional Resolution No. the inclusion of the principle of actual possession of awarded lands to ensure prompt installation of beneficiaries. the DAR plodded through in program implementation specifically during the first semester of 2009. respectively. The DAR implements this component through the redistribution of private and government- owned lands to landless farmers and farmworkers and employment of a leasehold system on all tenanted agricultural lands in retained areas and yet to be acquired or distributed lands. on the other hand. continue to sustain its judicious delivery of agrarian justice and improve on the provision of socio-economic interventions at the farm level. and ● Installation of Uninstalled Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries.

Land Acquisition and Distribution (LAD) Land Survey (Tables 1. Since then.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report 1.889. 1a. Lands Moduled for Survey.652 hectare-target for the year. This is being undertaken either by administration through DAR’s own survey team or by contracting private surveying companies. Survey Plans approved by LMS- DENR during the year covered 32.652 hectares. b. Transmittal/Approval of Survey Returns 1 .693 hectares of newly acquired landholdings.201 hectares were completed and transmitted to the Land Management Service of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (LMS-DENR) for verification and approval.183 hectares. this activity involves the actual survey of lands to be subdivided for the generation of individual titles for identified agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs). The LMS-DENR has so far approved survey plans covering 1. 2 Area covered by Survey Plans approved by LMS-DENR include both CARPable and non-CARPable areas.675 hectares were administered by the DAR’s survey teams. Historically.or an excess of almost 12. the DAR has consistently posted high performance rates in modeling of lands. Of these. the total area moduled by DAR already reached 2. survey plans of 27. During the period under review. Of these.510 hectares ---.018 hectares were entered into contract by the DAR with private surveyors and the remaining 19. The aggregate performance represents 129 percent of the 20. survey plans covering 2. 3 .529 hectares or 88 percent have been transmitted to LMS-DENR for approval.088.366. the Department has moduled 26. a. For the year. (Figure 1) Since 1993 the survey of lands for acquisition and distribution has been the responsibility of the DAR.000 hectares (57 percent) vis-à-vis the target for the year of 20. This is largely due to the implementers keen foresight to anticipate the movement in the land distribution processes which in turn ensures a buffer stock of landholdings available for distribution. 1b and 1c) Land survey is a preparatory activity to land distribution. 1 Accomplishment in Transmittal of Survey Returns and Approval of Survey Plans by LMS-DENR include hectarage covered by survey projects funded during prior years.382 2 hectares or 90 percent of the area covered by survey plans already transmitted. 7.

the DAR management issued a directive to field managers to address the issue on high rate of returns of survey plans transmitted to LMS-DENR for approval by improving the quality of the survey plans. 3a.762 hectare-target. 42. (Figure 2) Across regions.777 hectares). voluntary land transfer (VLT-26.216 hectares) and Region V (694 hectares) account for most of the area covered by CFs transmitted to LBP.495 hectares representing 69 percent of the 85. Claimfolders (CFs) Processing For Landowners’ Compensation (Tables 2 and 2a) For CY 2009. Regions VI (1.565 hectares account for 69 percent of the total area covered by CFs transmitted to LBP.890 hectares).Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Meanwhile. Aggregate area covered by the CFs transmitted by these regions to LBP of 3. Of these.655 hectares). The bulk of the areas covered by CF transmittals during the year comprise mostly of lands voluntarily offered for sale (VOS) to the government. For the Year For the period under review.336 hectares). Land Distribution Tables (3.743 hectares). 4 . to further improve efficiency in conducting land survey activities.189 hectares of private agricultural lands for subsequent compensation of landowners. 3b and 3c) a. compulsory acquisition (CA-1.428 hectares or 71 percent were private agricultural lands (PAL). DAR processed and transmitted to Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) a total of 648 CFs covering 5. Operation Land Transfer (OLT-4. VII (1. and lands foreclosed by Government Financial Institutions (GFIs-1.683 hectares). the Department distributed 59. This comprised lands acquired through voluntary offer to sell (VOS-7.

Approximately 57 percent (2. Cumulative Accomplishment (1972-2009) The Department has already distributed a total of 4.253 hectares) of the area distributed are private agricultural lands.166. The cumulative performance is 81 percent of the land distribution scope of DAR of 3 5.163.271 ARBs nationwide. 15.537 hectares. 2006-101-02.337. The said balance was approved by PARC through Resolution No.875 hectares). 3 DAR’s revised land distribution scope is derived by adding the cumulative LAD accomplishment as of December 2006 and the PARC-approved LAD balance as of December 2006 of 1.067 hectares) of the total area distributed.916. account for 29 percent (17.023 hectares of agricultural lands to a total of 2. These lands combine for an aggregate of 1. b.994 hectares). The bulk of which are government-owned and KKK lands (14. VOS (607.197 hectares or 81 percent of the total PAL distributed. 5 .369.751 hectares. Most of the PAL distributed comprised of VLT (733. on the one hand.811 hectares).Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Of the total PAL distributed.391 hectares) and OLT lands (574. Non-PAL.431.792. The number of agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) awarded lands during the period totaled 43.746 hectares (26 percent) are LBP-compensable.

Region III (403. This accomplishment is equivalent to 95 percent and 88 percent of the targets for the year of 12.961 hectares and 6.325 hectares). highest accomplishments were posted by Region XII (483. Region VIII (416. The combined area distributed by these regions of 2. Comparing regional performance in terms of volume of lands distributed. respectively.241 hectares) and Region II (345. the Department placed a total of 12. The details on the Departments land distribution accomplishment as of end of reporting period is presented in Figure 5.740 tenant-tillers.296 hectares under leasehold benefiting 5.149 hectares). 4a and 4b) For CY 2009. Leasehold Operation (Tables 4. 2.605 hectares).Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Non-PAL account for 43 percent (1. Figure 6 shows the cumulative land distribution accomplishment by region.789 hectares contributed 48 percent to the cumulative accomplishment.469 hectares). Region VI (372.796. (Figure 7) 6 .771 hectares) of the total area distributed.545 ARBs.020.

To date. The performance for the year has further reduced the area for redocumentation of DNYD lands to 100. 7b and 7c) For the period under review. The DAR projects that the number of DNYD GFI and OLT lands would substantially be reduced if not wiped out by the end of 2010.595 hectares which opted to shift to direct-payment scheme. a total of 26.346 hectares) follow.127 hectares of lands covered by collective CLOAs have already been subdivided.653 ARBs.698.415 hectares of which comprising those distributed through VLT. and Region XI (1. Other LTI Services a. is not prioritized for subdivision. Region V (2. Cumulative accomplishment as of the end of December 2009 in terms of hectarage placed under leasehold is 1.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Among regions. Redocumentation of Distributed but Not Yet Documented (DNYD) GFI and OLT Lands (Tables 5. For the period under review. Leaving a balance of 890. c.328 hectares. This period’s accomplishment brings to 43.376 hectares covered by collective CLOAs.098 hectares. Total area redocumented during the period comprise lands foreclosed by GFIs (22. DAR has in its inventory a total of 2.279 hectares for review and approval. 7a. 3.515 hectares of DNYD lands were redocumented by the DAR for submission to and subsequent payment by the LBP. or 17 percent of the 146. 694.821 hectares yet to be subdivided.699 hectares or 14 percent). Subdivision and Redocumentation of Collective CLOA (Tables 6. a total of 5. DAR forwarded to LMS-DENR survey returns involving 48. 5a.808 ARBs who were previously barred from entering and tilling the lands awarded to them were finally installed by the 4 This does not include 7.341 hectares involving a total of 1. 5b and 5c) For the period under review. b. 7 .205. Region IX (1.816 hectares or 86 percent) and lands previously distributed through Operation Land Transfer (OLT) under PD 27 (3. Total area covered by survey returns approved by LMS-DENR during the year is only 25.117 hectares) placed the largest area under leasehold. 6a and 6b) The Department also undertakes activities to effect subdivision and redocumentation of landholdings previously issued with Collective Certificates of Land Ownership Award (Collective CLOAs). distributed to farmers’ organizations and cooperatives. Region X (2. Twenty-eight percent (28 percent) or 620.084 hectares).152 hectares 4 the total area of DNYD lands already redocumented by the DAR as of the end of 2009.507 hectares). As of December 2009. Installation of Uninstalled ARBs (Tables 7.196.669-hectare target for the year.

Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report DAR in 6. the DAR was able to render administrative decision to a total of 47. The significant performance is a testament to the DAR’s relentless efforts to remove legal and operational impediments that deny the ARBs to cultivate the lands that rightfully belong to them. These involve cases on exemption from CARP coverage. involves the resolution of cases by the DAR Adjudication Board or DARAB or any of its salas.133. As of the end of 2009. Against the caseload for CY 2009 of 49. Delivery of Agrarian Justice Delivery of agrarian justice involves agrarian legal assistance and adjudication of cases.520 hectares of previously contentious lands have been covered as of 2009. An even higher resolution rate of 171 percent is realized if the performance is juxtaposed against the funded target for the year of 28. Resolution of Agrarian Law Implementation (ALI) Cases (Tables 8a-8c) From January to December 2009. VIII and IV-B posted the highest accomplishments during the period with 2. the performance translates to a high resolution rate of 97 percent. 1. 8 .141 --. A total of 34. Regions VI.312 ARBs. Agrarian Legal Assistance (Tables 8– 9c) a.954 hectares of agricultural lands. Adjudication of cases. land use conversion and exercise of landowners’ retention rights. respectively. representation of ARBs by a corps of DAR lawyers before judicial and quasi-judicial bodies and provision of alternative dispute resolution services such as mediation and conciliation. Agrarian legal assistance involves the resolution of agrarian law implementation (ALI) cases. on the one hand.393 cases.285. the number of previously uninstalled ARBs who are now freely tilling and managing their awarded lands has reached 24.462 and 618 ARBs installed.426 uninstalled ARBs beginning 2009.down by 63 percent from a high of 38.000 cases. This accomplishment is equivalent to 70 percent of the 2009 target of 8. The accomplishment for the year further reduced the number of uninstalled ARBs to 14.824 ALI cases. B. 1.

343 cases. 9 . the DAR is yet to resolve a total of 4.” This may be attributed to the policy thrusts of: (1) aggressively pursuing alternative dispute resolution. The year also saw a further decrease in the number of pending cases for disposition.275 cases or 87 percent of the caseload. b. A decline of almost 13 percent compared to the 3. As of the end of 2009.400 cases. This reflects a 14 percent decrease in number of pending cases compared with last year’s pending cases of 5. Overall.068. totaled 1.151 cases or 94 percent of the total cases disposed. CARAGA and Region VI follow with 5. and (3) pursuing zero-backlog in the resolution of cases or reduction of pending cases by at least 50 percent per year. Cases disposed before judicial courts. The DAR lawyers represented ARBs in these cases before judicial and quasi-judicial bodies and were able to dispose or submit for resolution 20. it should be noted that close to 76 percent (5. despite the operational. on the other hand. despite the operational.362. (2) prioritization of flashpoint and urgent cases. the number of pending cases stood at 3. By the end of 2009. Against the funded target for the year of 12. manpower and financial impediments that hamper the speedy resolution of cases.124 cases or 6 percent.006 cases resolved.569 ALI cases. cases) of the pending cases fall within the category of “Below 1 Year. 856 judicial cases and 2. the DAR posted a high resolution rate of 164 percent.637 cases comprising 1. manpower and financial impediments that threaten to hamper performance of DAR’s legal sector.524 cases) and the 19.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Among regions.819 cases received in 2009. Cases before quasi-judicial bodies account for most of the cases disposed during the year--.145 cases).525 cases and 5. the Department did well in this program. respectively. the DAR has a caseload of 23. In addition to this.524 cases pending at the onset of the quarter under review. ARB Representation Before Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Courts During the period under review.362 cases. Region V has the highest number of ALI cases resolved during the period under review (6.212 quasi-judicial cases.19. These include the number of pending cases as of end of 2008 (3.

respectively. Region VI posted the highest accomplishment in terms of number of cases resolved/adjudicated (5.878 cases yet to be resolved.519 cases were pending at the DARAB and its salas.413 cases. At the start of the year. Region VII (2.603 disputes involving 41. a total of 38. PBD is distinctly categorized in accordance with the services provided. Compared with the target for year of 17. During the period under review. This leaves DARAB with 8. This account for 97 percent of the total caseload of 354. Adjudication of Cases (Tables 10-10b). An additional 24. a total of 24. Next in rank are: Region III (3. this accomplishment is equivalent to 145 percent. and 3) Access Facilitation and Access Enhancement (AFAE). to wit: 1) Social Infrastructure and Local Capability Building (SILCAB). Of these. Under this scheme. DAR achieved a resounding 100 percent resolution rate during the year under review.000 cases. Accomplishment during this period brings to 345.931 ARBs were settled through the conciliation efforts of the DAR.890 cases). provide them access to physical and socio-economic infrastructures and ensure sustainable productivity of awarded lands.949 cases). Program Beneficiaries Development (PBD) In tandem with the redistribution of agricultural lands. a total of 9. C. Among regions.031 cases were received during period under review bringing a total caseload of 33. 2) Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED). 2.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Another type of legal assistance provided by DAR legal and para-legal officers is the provision of alternative dispute resolution services. In this area. or mediation and conciliation. delivery of support services to ARBs are undertaken to empower ARBs. 10 . thereby reducing the number of agrarian-related conflicts maturing into court cases.701 cases) and Region X (1. efforts were earnestly pursued by the DAR to persuade contending parties to settle their disputes amicably.535 cases the total number of cases as of December 2009.036 cases).550 for resolution.672 cases were resolved for a modest resolution rate of 74 percent vis-à-vis the caseload.

410 ARBs in 5 barangays in Regions X and XII.305 ARBs in 45 barangays in Regions III.360 hectares. These are: Kamada in Region X and Ulamian and Batiocan both in Region XII. people-centered. In addition. To date. In addition to this. three existing ARCs were expanded. 6 Refers to ARCs launched and confirmed by the National ARC Task Force (NARCTF) 11 .188. From January to December 2009. These ARCs have a total land distribution scope of 2. Social Infrastructure and Local Capacity Building (SILCAB) a. 11a. V. 11b. 5 Includes ARMM.946. and area focused approach in community development.065 hectares were distributed to 1.352 ARBs. While the three expanded ARCs cover additional 1. involving 201. These 13 new ARCs SARCs cover additional 4.113 ARCs have already been launched.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report 1. a total of 2. covering a total of 9.943 ARBs.100.269 municipalities nationwide. and 11c) The DAR adopted the development of agrarian reform communities (ARC) in 1993 to serve as focal points in the countryside where government and other stakeholders may focus resources and services.1 Agrarian Reform Community (ARC) Development 5 (Tables 11. 298. VIII and XII. eight regular ARCs and five strategic ARCs were launched 6 .181 barangays in 1. were placed under leasehold. It was a key strategy so as not to over extend available resources for rural development and accelerate economic growth in rural areas through a holistic.401 hectares of which 89 percent equivalent to 1. Institutional Development Interventions a.

especially those that are in non-ARCs barangays. The ARC within a cluster shall perform on an individual or collective basis with new expanded roles such as: 1) trading or marketing centers. To date. and 4) research and development. banking and credit. The benefits that farmers derive from an organization include access to support services such as credit. 115 ARC connectivity clusters involving 1. posting a huge challenge for DAR to cover the remaining 72 percent on top of the landless farmers yet to be awarded lands. more ARBs would be joining farmers’ organizations. As of December 2009. Number of ARB- members of 444. Capacity Development of ARBs and ARB Organization b.268 hectares of production area have been identified and confirmed nationwide.2 Agrarian Reform Community Connectivity Clusters (ARCCs) (Table 12) The Department also implemented the ARC Connectivity Clusters to reach out to a greater number of ARBs. 2) primary/secondary processing centers. It is hoped that with the paradigm shift in agrarian reform wherein LTI and PBD activities are to be integrated.362. is equivalent to 59 percent of the total number of members.1 ARB Membership in Organizations 8 (Tables 13 and 13a) The Department designed a policy framework to help farmers become organized so that the delivery of services could be channeled through the various types of farmer organizations or groups. The total number of farmers who will benefit from these ARCCs is 1. 7 b. Thus.246 organizations with total membership of 757.066) comprise ARBs. and extension and learning centers.362. marketing assistance and extension programs aimed at improving their socio-economic conditions.955. 80 agribusiness plans and 44 cluster plans have already been drawn. The clustering of one or more ARCs and the nearby barangays is seen as a cost-saving strategy wherein a bigger group of ARBs benefit from the interventions already in place in ARCs within the clustered communities. the number of organizations being assisted by DAR totaled 6. As of December 2009.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report a.736. 7 Refers to the number of ARC Connectivity Cluster Plans and Development plans received and evaluated by the Project Development and Management Service 8 Includes ARMM. These ARB-members represent 18 percent of the total number of ARBs already awarded lands. 12 . 54 percent of which (736.795. 3) service centers for warehousing and repair of agricultural equipment.

During the year.385 hectares was tapped by DAR for agribusiness development. These trainings are categorized into four major components. and ● Information and Education Support to Basic Social System Development (BSSD). yielding a positive net worth of PhP1.38 billion. to wit: ● Information and Education Support to Land Tenure Improvement (LTI). information and learning exchange.609 ARBs and 4.603 farmers’ organizations in 1. the agri-based farmers’ organizations/cooperatives have accumulated capital build-up amounting to PhP2.18 billion. 2.2 Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Training (Table 14) The Department continues to provide various training programs to ARBs in partnership with government and non-government agencies. Thus. Their combined assets are valued at PhP11.80 billion. These information and education drive aims to develop and improve the skills and capabilities of ARBs in relation to their farm activities as well as learn other livelihood alternatives. 9 January to September Accomplishment 13 . 9 33.432 non-ARBs.02 billion and mobilized savings amounting to PhP967 million. Congruent to this. ● Information and Education Support to Social Infrastructure and Local Capability Building (SILCAB). while their combined liabilities stood at PhP9.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Meanwhile. a total of 57. a total of 391 agribusiness ventures are in start-up phase serving 17. Promotion of the Development of New Agribusiness Lands in the ARCs and Non-ARCs ARC Connectivity Clusters Operationalization (Table 15) This is a mechanism to enhance ARC connectivity through capacity building. federation and alliance building.232 ARCs attended these training programs. Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED) This component plays a critical role in uplifting the socio-economic well-being of the ARBs by improving the productivity and household income of the ARBs /ARB households through the following: a. ● Information and Education Support to Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED). For the year.831 ARBs from 1. complementation and integration of development initiatives and projects between and among DAR and interest groups. b. The area identified shall be the focus of complementation of resources of concerned CARP Implementing Agencies (CIAs).

including 57 products/services which earned permits from key regulatory agencies such as the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Bureau of Food and Drug (BFAD). This package of assistance is embodied under the program dubbed as Marketing Assistance Program (MAP). Also during the year. Job Generation (Table 16) Aligned with the PGMAs Ten-Point Agenda. 334 products (52 percent) were launched in commercial markets. 39. 14 . the Department has issued MC 13. and agri-business & enterprise development. Series of 2009. These MSMEs involve 346 ARB organizations and 7. With DAR’s intervention. development and packaging to improve the quality of their products. 52. 58.041 jobs were generated by the Department from the following:  Credit . Of which. the DAR employs the Micro. credit & micro-finance. Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) development strategy. a total of 172. 21.382 ARBs. DAR was instrumental in scaling-up 232 MSMEs. generate jobs in the countryside. During the year.402 jobs  New lands developed for agribusiness .068 jobs  Physical infrastructure ..(Table 18) DAR also provides marketing assistance to the ARBs/ARB organizations and ARCs to further enhance the marketability of their products and services. to further strengthen the operationalization of the ARC Clusters. The MC basically provides field implementers a common and clear understanding of the criteria/considerations for the delineation and development of ARC clusters and on the content/framework of the ARC Development Plans.e. i. ARBs are given technical assistance in the form of product research. rural infrastructure projects. In addition. c. Provision of technical assistance and extension services were also extended to ARBs to capacitate them with skills and knowledge towards producing quality and competitive products and services. ARB/ARB organizations developed 635 new products and services during the year. DAR also provides venues for linking ARB/ARC with both prospective agri-investors and other big product purchasers.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Meanwhile. Provision of Marketing Assistance .995 jobs b. Through MAP.280 jobs  Agribusiness and enterprises . Development of Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises (Table 17) To empower and transform the ARBs become progressive entrepreneurs and to promote economic growth in the countryside. some of DAR’s programs/projects.

a total of 89 marketing centers were established nationwide. Establishment of Marketing Centers The Department also facilitates the establishment of marketing centers primarily to help the farmers promote ARC products through out the country.394 billion 2. This has funded 1. One of which is the 2009 Agraryo Trade Fair with the theme “Enterprising ARCs: Creating Jobs. As a showcase. the Department allocated and renovated a portion of the Annex Building of the DAR Central Office in coordination with the PhilFruits to display as well as sell a variety of ARC products. Inc.” The event. ARB/ARC products nationwide were showcased in the said trade fair The Marketing Assistance Program of the Department resulted to forging of 1.617 ARBs. These include the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) and the National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO).Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report The DAR also undertakes the following to promote ARB products: 1. This involved total negotiated sales of PhP1.422 marketing contracts between 682 ARBs/ARB organizations and agri- buyers.909 billion. (PhilFruits). and Ensuring Food Security. 19a and 19b) The DAR has completed several credit programs and many ARBs have already availed of loans through its various loan conduits.628 projects that benefited 233. For the year. Participation/conduct of Trade Fairs The Department initiates the conduct of trade fairs and exhibits in coordination with other government agencies to promote and introduce the ARC products in the market. was spearheaded by the Philippine Fruits and Vegetables Industries Inc. which was held on June 1-5. National Livelihood Support Fund (NLSF). Empowering Farmers. 2009 at the SM Mega Trade Hall in Mandaluyong. (KMI) and Quedancor. As of December 2009. Agrarian Reform Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) and Bureau of Agraian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD). 15 . d. Formerly. Provision of Credit/Microfinance Assistance (Tables 19. Kaunlaran ng Magsasaka. the DAR also extended credit assistance in partnership with the Technology and Livelihood Resource Center (TLRC). a total amount of loan released already reached PhP2.

small and medium enterprises but have no access to formal lending institutions. there are nine 9 cooperatives covered by this project. is a special lending window specifically for ARB cooperatives. It was launched as a special project that intends to extend the reach of cooperatives’ microfinance services to the poorest of the poor who desire to engage in micro.560 ARBs have so far benefited from this project. 2.766 ARBs. and acquisition of pre. Two partnership options are available: (1) build-operate- adapt-transfer (BOAT). Microfinance Innovations in Cooperatives (MICOOP) The MICOOP was established by the National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) in 2006. (Figure 11) The combined outstanding loan of these cooperatives as of end of December 2009 stands at PhP53. farm production. Credit Assistance Program for Program Beneficiaries Development (CAP- PBD) -Window III The CAP-PBD. As of December 2009. This credit program aims to extend credit assistance for working capital. To date.and post harvest equipment. The project employs a scheme wherein NATCCO partners with a viable cooperative which will put up new branches or satellite offices in areas with high incidence of poverty.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report The following are the on-going credit programs accessed by the ARBs: 1. 16 . and (2) 50-50 partnership scheme.98 million.320 million has been accessed by 43 cooperatives to fund 49 projects. A total of 7. which is an extension of the previous CAP-PBD Windows I and II. a total of PhP30. Total number of ARBs benefited is 1.

To date.one-stop-shop centers where information on various basic social services provided by different government agencies involved in rural development may be easily accessed. stakeholders and sectors as key ingredients for poverty reduction. It was anchored on the Medium-Term Development Plan (2001-2004) and uses the convergence of resources. as one of the agencies tasked to implement the program. to implement the Microfinance Capacity Development Program for 12 Partner Organizations. DAR forged partnership with the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (CARD). DAR.074 ARBs. Inc. namely: Ilocos Norte. Misamis Occidental. which started in December 2008. comprising 66. 51 of which are fully functional. The program.464 million in form of loan has been released through this partnership. Inc. This benefited 2.158 non-ARBs. Iloilo.183 clients. Cagayan. provides capacity building interventions to conduits to enhance their skills in the areas of market assessment. bank–assisted cooperatives and countryside financial institutions. The pilot implementation has so far covered three (3) cooperatives and total amount availed has reached PhP12. coaching. a total of 97 KFCs were launched. product manual development. programs and projects. These KFCs have so far served a total of 96. pilot testing and product roll out. KALAHI was launched in 2001. Agusan Sur and Surigao del Sur.025 ARBs and 30. Aklan.181 million benefiting 1. likewise. 17 . product operations review. e. Micro-Agri Loan Product (MALP) The MALP is a multi-platform approach in micro finance delivery. (DAR-CARD) In June 2008. Isabela. this joint project is being implemented in 9 provinces. Bohol. collaborated with partner-agencies in establishing and operationalizing KALAHI Farmers’ Centers (KFCs) --. As of December 2009. A total of PhP 8.323 ARBs. The MALP.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report 3. the government adopted a program known as Kapit-Bisig Laban Sa Kahirapan (KALAHI). 4. seeks to provide sustainable credit access to ARBs by developing various micro-agri loan products channeled through ARC cooperatives. DAR-Center for Agriculture and Rural Development. Operationalization of KALAHI Farmers’ Centers (KFCs) (Table 20) To ensure the delivery of support services in the countryside.

Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report f. organizational strengthening. 4 enterprises were developed. the Department launched ARB Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Development Program (AREDP) in partnership with its corporate arm. etc. The components of this project are:  enterprise development.g.  Pineapple Growership (PineappleGrow) Project For the period under review. These enterprises were also able to generate 296 jobs. PhilFruits.). Sorsogon. Misamis Oriental. This project is implemented in nine provinces: Quezon.  Sugarcane Growership (SugarGrow) Project  Muscovado Sugar Production and Processing Project – 54 tons of muscovado sugar were produced and delivered to Upland Marketing Foundation. Davao Oriental and Surigao del Norte. ARB Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Development Program (AREDP) 10 One of the 10-point agenda of the government is to have agribusiness cluster initiatives to spur economic activities and generate more jobs in the country. Leyte. Highlights of accomplishments per project implemented under this program are as follows:  Sustainable Integrated Coconut Area Development (SICAD) Project This project aims to transform small ARBs/farmers in nine provinces from agricultural producers into agribusiness entrepreneurs. Inc. and  replanting and intercropping.  capability building/technology trainings (e. For the period under review.  Sugarcane Bio-E Project with Seaoil /Fuel. Southern Leyte. a total of 552 hectares were planted to pineapple out of the 646. processing/agri-production technology. In response to this agenda. Inc. 10 Accomplishment under this program is as of September 2009 only.22 hectares contracted for growing pineapple. This brings to 1. The objectives of this program are:  to establish sustainable value-adding agri-based enterprises.737 hectares the total area covered by the project since 2007. Albay. at PhP38. and  to engage in the development and expansion of local and foreign markets for high-quality processed agricultural products.00/kilo with sugarcane feedstock from 84 hectares of ARB lands. Biliran. 18 .

125 hectares (PhP313 million). These are: Pineapple Fruit Processing Project. Access Facilitation and Access Enhancement (AFAE) Services a. The Department through the Support Services Office facilitates the provision of and enhancement of ARBs access to rural infrastructure facilities to boost their farm productivity and increase their income. ● 30 units of pre. Rizal Santiago City.156 billion funded by both Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Agrarian Reform Fund (ARF) in the ARCs. ● 13 bridges with a total length of 521 kilometers (PhP100 million) ● 35 irrigation systems with a total service area of 6.072 hectares of ARB farms in Negros Occidental (13. the Department provided 215 projects with an aggregate cost of PhP1. Isabela were planted to rice. Coco Sugar Production Project and Organic Production Project. and ● 1 multi-purpose building (Php 1 million).  Comprehensive Livelihood Emergency Employment Program (CLEEP) Three new projects under CLEEP were initiated in compliance with the government’s directive to eradicate unemployment problems due to the global recession. 21a and 21b) Accessibility and availability of physical infrastructure facilities are among the key factors for spurring and sustaining economic growth at the countryside. For the period under review. a total of 27.996 hectares) have been identified as source of sugar cane for the project. These projects include ● 136 farm-to-market road projects with a total stretch of 358 kilometers (PhP734 million). These infrastructure facilities are instrumental in triggering a progressive economic climate and prosperity at the grassroot level. a total of 200 hectares in Sitio Amulungan. 3. A Memorandum of Understanding between DAR-AREDP and Sea Oil/Fuel Inc.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report This project is a partnership between DAR-AREDP and SeaOil/Fuel Inc. which assists sugarcane ARBs/farmers in supplying sugarcane as feedstock to ethanol and power cogeneration plants. Provision of Physical Infrastructure (Both Locally-Funded Projects and Foreign-Assisted Projects) (Tables 21. For the period under review.  Grain Production System for Food Security This project is in compliance with the government’s initiative to improve and sustain food security in the country. For CY 2009.and post-harvest-facilities (Php 8 million).076 hectares) and South Bukidnon (13. has already been prepared and finalized for the purpose. 19 .

Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report As of December 2009.628 billion c.015 units of potable water supply worth PhP1. and water supply.  1.404 billion were provided in the ARCs. Good health is a vital factor in sustaining the gains of rural development.329 million are in various stage of project completion. To address the health concern in the countryside. 20 . The various projects include the construction and rehabilitation of:  195 health centers with project cost of PhP101 million. 11 bridges with a total length of 440 linear meters and 1 flood control structure.  Advocacy On Sponsored Program for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries . a total of 1. LGUs coordinate with healthcare providers to facilitate the enrollment of their constituents. health. Provision of Basic Social Services (BSS) (Tables 22 and 22a) Under this program. another 144 projects worth PhP1. These basic social services play a vital role in ensuring economic growth and reducing poverty among the target beneficiaries.860 projects worth PhP3. On top of this.  956 classrooms worth PhP363 million.648 hectares. These basic social services include education. Three models are available for the ARBs to choose from depending on their needs and capacity. Active participation and support of the local government units (LGUs) in the implementation of this program is significant and political will of sectors concerned is a key factor to its success.265 million were already made accessible to ARBs/ARCs through DAR’s facilitation.this is a community-based program that aims to provide quality and affordable health support to ARBs.  17 rural electrification projects covering 22 kilometers with a total cost of PhP22 million. b. These included: 102 irrigation systems with a service area of 19. Greater Medicare Access (GMA) Sa Bayan-Anihan (Table 23) Health concerns of rural communities are of paramount importance to the government. 30 FMRs with a total length of 137 kilometers. population and reproductive health.551 projects worth PhP23. the Department entered into an agreement with the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) for the implementation of Greater Medicare Access Sa Bayan- Anihan.290 billion. the Department facilitates the provision of basic social services to ARBs in ARC barangays. Farmers’ cooperatives and organizations are tapped as conduit in the provision of health care services. and  674 solar power technology worth PhP1. As of December 2009.aims to cover a greater number of ARB-enrollees and non-ARBs as well. namely:  DAR Agraryong Pangkalusugan . a total of 8.

and  Produce scholars who will also serve as agents of change to assist the government in the development and modernization of agriculture and in improving the quality of life in the rural communities. This is a 255 percent accomplishment rate compared with the target for the year of 68. The ODA is contracted with governments of foreign countries with whom the Government of the Philippines (GOP) has diplomatic and trade relations or bilateral agreements and/or are members of the United Nations. DAR facilitated the enrolment of 175. As of December 2009.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report  Advocacy on Individually Paying Program (IPP) of Philhealth for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries . During the year. ARMM (307). Foreign Resource Mobilization (Tables 25 and 25a) Under this program.(Table 24. The funds provided to the Department are in the form of loans or grants primarily to promote sustainable social and economic development and welfare. 4. Region V (334). Region III (275) and Region II (240). grandchildren and wards of agrarian beneficiaries. The region with the highest number of remaining scholars are Region VI (378).Cooperative ARB-members with capability to pay their respective health insurance premiums are encourage to enroll under this model. the Department provides support services to ARCs using the funds from Overseas Development Assistance (ODA). d. who in the very near future are foreseen to manage or help in managing the lands awarded to their ascendants. which was launched in 2003. This program. The program provides scholarship grants to deserving children. 21 .976 ARB-enrollees. Other Support Services Provided  President Diosdado Macapagal Agrarian Reform Scholarship Program (PDMASP) .576 ARBs with PhilHealth. 1. For SY 2009-2010. 24a) PDMASP is another support services delivery program implemented by DAR in partnership with state colleges and universities.139 have already graduated from different colleges and universities nationwide.738 grantees or 55 percent of the total PDMASP scholarship grantees of 3. a total of 864 enrollees are still with the program. seeks to:  Develop a pool of well-educated and trained people and dependents of agrarian reform beneficiaries who will eventually assume the responsibility of working and making productive the lands awarded to them under CARP.

The remaining PhP19. PhP57. Given all the challenges that the Department went through during the year. Most published news stories during the year pertained to the signing of the CARPer Bill (R.A. 20-year CARP accomplishments. Support to Operations 1. 18 feature articles/success stories.611 billion. Efforts to continuously propagate the milestones and events of the program were undertaken to keep the public abreast on the latest developments on CARP.087 billion or cover 412 ARCs nationwide. Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM) The DAR’s Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM) program aims to promote CARP as the government’s tool to reduce poverty and stimulate rural economic development. and Sec.667 billion are in various stages of evaluation. It also seeks to educate the public. The funds have so far financed 51 completed and 8 on-going projects.474 billion). the DAR. a.6- B support to agrarian reform by the Asian Development Bank-Agrarian Reform Communities Project II (ADB-ARCP II). DAR fared well in terms of its information drive with national dailies carrying 737 favorable stories against 181 unfavorable 22 .Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report As of December 2009. D. the Department’s total development intervention in the ARCs amounted to PhP76.337 billion or 74 percent came from multilateral and bilateral institutions. launching of the P1. it nevertheless received a net positive rating of readership utilization.233 billion or 26 percent comprise GOP-counterpart. 37 advertorials and 78 photo releases. through the Public Affairs Staff (PAS) published 196 news stories. Agrarian Reform Communities Project Phase II (PhP8. the distribution of agricultural lands to 629 farmers in Occidental Mindoro and of the Arroyo lands in Negros Occidental. The ongoing projects include the three huge projects namely: Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase III (PhP7. the Php8.2-B projects in Region III. During CY 2009.647 billion). Print Media Media Releases DAR makes use of the print media as one of its conduits in disseminating information about DAR and CARP. The 8 ongoing projects worth Php 43. On top of this. build alliance with CARP’s critics and strengthen linkages among its stakeholders utilizing the three forms of media: print. 25 projects with combined costs of PhP27. Pangandaman’s statement on DAR’s preparedness to distribute Hacienda Luisita. DAR’s public relations and social marketing activities were mostly focused on disseminating the CARPER bill (RA 9700) which was passed in August 2009.965 billion). Based on media analysis and trending. For CY 2009.9700). broadcast and cyber-media. Of the total amount. and Tulay ng Pangulo Para sa Kaunlarang Pang-Agraryo (PhP18.

CARP and DAR’s budget and accomplishments. and Primers on DAR and CARP. among others. During the year. IBC 13 and GMA-7.383 informational materials nationwide. 23 . and CS9. R. Secretary Nasser Pangandaman and other DAR officials guested in eight (8) radio stations and four (4) TV stations. To maintain a good image and relationship with the public and media. the DAR also facilitated the airing of 107 radio and 59 TV CARP-related releases to various radio and TV stations.3844. DAR Foreign-Assisted Projects. farmers’ organizations and ARCs.A. the Department’s bi-monthly newsletter which caters to the information needs of the DAR employees and Landmarks. These materials include: pamphlets on R. DAR Publications The DAR produces printed materials which help the public better understand and appreciate CARP. Philippine Star and Manila Bulletin mostly highlighting success in program implementation. With the signing of the CARPer law. DAR takes cognizance of the comments and observations posed against it.A. DWIZ. Topics discussed included the CARPER bill. which amended the 2003 DAR Adjudication Board Rules of Procedure.A. PAS addresses these concerns by responding to it squarely or holding a press conference.A. the PAS also caused the printing in pamphlet version of R. Advertorials were also published in Philippine Daily Inquirer. support services programs and projects implemented by DAR.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report reports. the Department produced advertorials and success stories on CARP involving ARBs. DZMM. During the year. Landmarks is published quarterly. a magazine-type reading material which features various aspects of the Philippine countryside to contextualize the environment through which CARP is being implemented. DZRB and DZBB. RMN-DZXL. Broadcast Media DAR maximizes the role of broadcast media via TV and radio guestings of the DAR Secretary and its officials and through production of CARP and DAR press materials for broadcast. In addition to the above-cited regular publications and line with its advocacy on the CARP extension bill. During the period under review. 6389 and R. DAR distributed a total of 14. 9700 and the 2009 DARAB Rules of Procedure. These materials are frequently requested by students and walk-in researcher for their information needs. PAS also publishes DyaryoDAR. The broadcast media stations involved were: DZRH. DZRJ. b. DWDD. if necessary. 6657. NBN-4.

gov. The activity was occasioned on the eve of the 46th anniversary of the signing by Pres. Specifically. The public may also send their queries and comments to info@dar. Special Projects As DAR’s information center.ph. creatively came up with special activities that would stir the public’s interest on CARP. the PAS Monitoring Team were able to compile and disseminate 1. the information officers. PRISM activities are also extensively conducted by the Provincial and Regional Information Officers (P/RIOs). aside from their regular functions.428 agrarian related news items in print media while 46 TV and 92 radio related issues. This activity is undertaken primarily to immediately identify and respond to issues involving DAR and CARP. to apprise the DAR officials and personnel on matters pertaining to the program. Among these include: Pasyal Bukid 24 . Batac ARC Communication Research The PAS monitors all CARP related articles and commentaries.gov. Readily accessible in the website are news and updates on DAR and CARP. being instrumental in organizing public fora on CARP extension as well as forwarding valuable information from the field to DAR.  Three-day assessment and writeshop on Process Documentation of the 2009 Awards and Recognition Program for ARBs.ph. Diosdado Macapagal of the Agricultural Land Reform Code in 1965. in Plaridel. success stories of ARBs. agricultural and other related issues in broadsheets. The materials gathered are compiled and distributed to all offices at the DAR Central Office and DAR Field Offices. the PAS continuously coordinates with various offices to carry out activities that would broaden its audience-base. and  Pasyal Bukid with the media in Carretunan Multi-Purpose Cooperative. From January to December.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report c. include:  Campus orientations on CARP. directory of officials. During the period in review.  Photo exhibits of PAS’ collection of photos and memorabilia to showcase the many facets of the CARP. and secondly. including profiles and updates of programs and projects it implements. Cyber-Media The DAR also maintains its own website: www. ARB organizations and ARCs. ARB Organization and ARCs. They have been replicating public relations and social marketing work at the community level. Communication Networking At the field level. Other activities conducted during the year. tabloids and TV and radio news programs daily. the PAS spearheaded the signing of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo of the CARPER bill last August 7.dar. Bulacan.

Results of these are used as inputs for planning and policy formulation. Moreover. and the emerging problems and issues encountered by free and homestead patent holders and CSC/CBFMA beneficiaries. purposively selected based on the provided support services under the CARP funds within the three-year period from 2000 to 2002 and in 2008. harvest festivals. For each island group. Bagumbayan. and the printing of CARP 21st anniversary postcard. These are: ● Brgy. a total of 28 key informants from the DENR. Luzon Visayas and Mindanao. the project site with the highest number of farmer-beneficiaries was selected as the case study areas. Kalinga in Luzon. The distribution of respondents for each case study area are: nine CSC/CBFM beneficiaries and four Free Patent holders in Tabuk.e. eight (8) Free Patent holder respondents Cauayan and two (2) Homestead Patent holder respondents in Candoni. Talacdan. Policy and Research Studies Policy and research studies are being undertaken to provide the DAR management empirical data and information on CARP implementation at the community level. web-site development. and eight CSC/CBFM beneficiaries and four free patent holders in Bagumbayan. the Department through the Policy and Strategic Research Service (PSRS) completed one in-house study entitled: “Case Studies on the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) Farmer-Beneficiaries in Selected Community- Based Forest Management (CBFM) Areas and Public A & D Lands.” The study aims to assess the results of project interventions provided in selected CBFM areas and how the issuance of Certificate of Stewardship Contract/Community-Based Forest Management Agreements (CSCs)/CBFMAs and free and homestead patents under the CARP has contributed to the tenurial security and improvement in the socio-economic conditions of the farmer-beneficiaries. The study covers three (3) CBFM-CARP project sites from the three island groups i. Tabuk. LGU. and ● Brgy. 25 . Sultan Kudarat. Kalinga.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report and ARC visits with media people. on-line blogging. and a non–government organization (NGO) were interviewed to gather more insights on the results of the CARP projects implemented in the sample CBFM study areas. Sultan Kudarat in Mindanao. A total of six (6) focus group discussions (FGDs) were conducted with the leaders of existing Peoples’ Organizations (POs) and barangay officials across the three case study sites to further substantiate the data and information gathered from the respondents. Cauayan. Negros Occidental. For CY 2009.. It also intends to assess the following: the extent of LGU support to CBFM-CARP study sites. ● Brgy. Titulok. Cudal. the forms of rural land market transactions that have evolved in the community. Negros Occidental in Visayas. 2.

The Presidential Agrarian Reform Council (PARC) should require DENR to develop a mechanism for proper documentation and monitoring of projects in the CBFM areas. f. DENR should facilitate the issuance of Certificates of Stewardship to the CBFM beneficiaries to motivate them to actively participate in the CBFM activities and to address the boundary conflicts issue in the area. The CBFM beneficiaries as well as patent holders should be given a package of the necessary support services under CARP to attain the project’s objectives. the manner of project implementation. on the operations of their organizations/associations and on mediation and conciliation to handle emerging conflicts in the implementation of the CBFM program. The implementation of the CBFM-CARP projects should be properly coordinated among the various office levels of the DENR to ensure completeness and consistency of data. g. and the nature of projects implemented. Officers of the POs must be trained on matters pertaining to their roles in the CBFM areas. farm capital. and g. d. the following recommendations were given: a. Minimal support services were provided for the development of the CBFM beneficiaries and there is lack of specific program interventions for the homestead/free patent holders. the package of support services should include the following: farm-to- market roads. A benefit-cost analysis of the projects is necessary to ensure that government fiscal resources are invested with optimal gains in the CBFM areas. Minimal participation and support services are being provided by the LGU in the implementation of the project. b. Based on the results of the study. b. c. The CBFM’s objectives of helping the peoples’ organizations access investment capital. e. The CBFM beneficiaries and patent awardees have farming as their main source of income. The case studies indicate that the 2001 CBFM-CARP projects have not had significant impact on the lives of the CBFM beneficiaries because of the minimal amount provided in its implementation. f. 26 . particularly on the monitoring of accomplishment reports. identify markets and build marketing capabilities have not yet been attained due to the lack of capability of their officers to manage their organizations and the non-provision of training programs that could develop their capabilities. A number of CBFM beneficiaries have not yet been issued individual Certificates of Stewardship. Aside from the ongoing agro-forestry and livelihood projects in the CBFM-CARP areas. c. The lack of capital has been cited as a common problem by the respondents in their crop production which pushes them to engage in credit-marketing tie-up with private traders. d. e.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Among the main findings of the study are as follows: a. Provide necessary interventions for CBFM beneficiaries that will develop their skills in other economic/livelihood activities to augment their household incomes. better prices for farm products and income generating non-farm projects/activities.

the DENR-CENRO should resolve the problem with DAR-MARO by determining which agency has the jurisdiction over the parcels of land so that the erroneous title could be duly cancelled. The following are the policy issuances in CY2009: Administrative Orders a.  Close coordination between DENR and DAR field men in the ocular investigation of the area prior to the processing and issuance of Homestead/Free Patents and Certificates of Landownership Award (CLOA) to avoid issuance of double titles on the same parcels of public A & D lands. the DAR-MARO should secure a certification from the DENR-CENRO that the subject lands are within the classification of public A & D lands.  On public A & D lands covered by double titles. 6657. From January to December 2009. and the non-availment of the actual CBFM beneficiaries who are not members of the cooperative. specifically on the shortfalls of government in community/cooperative organizing. Of the said figure. Formulation of Implementing Guidelines The Department formulates implementing guidelines to operationalize the provisions of R.  On lands covered by homestead and free patent which are offered under the Voluntary Offer to Sell (VOS) scheme of land distribution. No. The emerging problems and issues across all study sites point to the need for the following program interventions:  Conduct of perimeter survey prior to the issuance of CBFMA to ensure area delineation that should be covered and the concomitant identification of qualified CBFM beneficiaries on a prioritized schedule based on vested rights and occupancy. Series of 2009 – Implementing Rules and Regulations Pursuant to Executive Order 710 by the President The guidelines was issued to implement the provisions of Executive Order 710 signed by the President entitled “An Executive Order Mandating a Nationwide Adoption of the Corn-Based Farmers-Scientists Research Development and 27 .Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report h. Joint DA-DAR-DENR-DILG-DOST-CHED Administrative Order No. RA 9700 and other agrarian laws.A. four (4) administrative orders and one (1) Memorandum Circular were issued pursuant to the provisions of RA 9700. 1. It also continually conducts policy and systems review to respond to issues and concerns arising from CARP implementation to bring about a more effective and efficient delivery of services to the stakeholders. 3. DAR issued 22 guidelines composed of six (6) administrative orders (AOs) and sixteen (16) memorandum circulars (MCs).  Review the policy on availment of CBFM-CARP projects regarding the availment of non-CBFMA awardees who are ISF beneficiaries and active members of the cooperative.

2004-04 dated March 22.C.O. Series of 2009 – Audit Agenda of the Internal Audit Service (IAS) for CY2009 The administrative order was issued to synchronize the activities of IAS in line with the Department’s effort for the extension of the CARP implementation and pursuant to A. It aims to operationalize the provisions of the law with regard to land distribution to ensure its completion within the prescribed period.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report Extension (RDE) Training Program for Sustainable Agricultural Development to Liberate Poor Farmers from the Bondage of Poverty and Hunger through a Unified. provide technical and financial assistance in the conduct of capability building and enhancement programs for the ARC beneficiaries. particularly in the ARCs. Synchronized. 1. assist in the organizational strengthening of the cooperatives and designate a staff from the National and Regional Offices to serve in the Technical Working Group (TWG) and local bodies. Appropriating Funds Therefore and for Other Purposes” The DAR as one of the implementing agencies is mandated to assist in the identification of corn areas. as amended by R.) No.O. Series of 2009 – Rules and Procedures governing the Acquisition and Distribution of Agricultural Lands under Republic Act (R. as amended by RA 9700.A. 2. 70. 6657.C. It enumerates the activities to be undertaken by the office for CY 2009 based on the said legal mandates. 2004 and A. assist the program beneficiaries in the commercialization and marketing of corn products. M. 16 Judicial Form Inventory Compliance Unit  Audit on Support Services Projects  Special Audit Assignments: as called upon by the Secretary c. 9700 The administrative order governs the implementation of the acquisition and distribution of agricultural lands covered under CARP for a period of five years under various phases.A. Series of 2005. and the simultaneous provision of support services and the delivery of agrarian justice to ARBs pursuant to RA 9700. Administrative Order No. 3. It shall cover all agricultural lands yet to be acquired and/or to be distributed under the CARP in accordance with RA 6657. Adequate Extension Delivery System of Necessary Support Services. Administrative Order No. Series of 2003. No. These are:  CY2008 Operations Audit  Property and Supply Management Compliance Audit  Agrarian Legal Implementation (Exemption/Exclusion) Cases Audit  Land Survey Fund Management System Audit for CY 2008 By Administration Only  Cash Advance (Systems and Procedures Control Unit) Audit  Compliance Monitoring of LUC Orders (CY 2002-2007)  Validation of Registered Titles Pending at DARPO/DARMO as of December 31. No. 28 . 2008  M. b.

A. Series of 2009 – Rules and Procedures governing the Cancellation of Registered Certificates of Land Ownership Awards (CLOAs). Administrative Order No. 5. The results thereof shall finally resolve the issue on proper jurisdiction over the case f. whether it be criminal or civil in nature. 6657. Memorandum Circulars a. farm worker and/or cases that may arise out of or in connection with an agrarian dispute except those cases provided for under Section 57 of Republic Act No. Series of 2009 – Implementing Rules and Regulations on Support Services Delivery under Republic Act No. lessee. Administrative Order No. (b) ARC development. No 9700 which mandates the DAR to implement new programs and expand existing ones in response to CARP’s objectives of providing farmers and farm workers with the opportunity to enhance their dignity and improve the quality of their lives through greater productivity of agricultural lands.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report d. 4. 9700 (Jurisdiction on and Referral of Agrarian Dispute) The AO operationalizes the provisions of Section 19 of RA 9700 which provides for the exclusive jurisdiction of DAR on agrarian disputes. most of whom are located in poor farming communities. farmer-beneficiary. the Municipal Circuit Trial Court. This guideline applies to cases filed before the Prosecutor’s Office. Administrative Order No. 9700 The administrative order was issued pursuant to R. and (c) support services to rural women. Series of 2009 – Grassroots Microfinance in Agrarian Reform Areas (GMFA) The joint memorandum circular implements the Grassroots Microfinance in Agrarian Reform Areas to reach out to a large number of ARBs still needing access to formal credit. Series of 2009 – Rules and Regulations Implementing Section 19 of R. and other titles issued under any Agrarian Reform Program This administrative order was issued pursuant to Section 9 of RA 9700 which vests the DAR Secretary the exclusive and original jurisdiction on the cancellation of registered EPs. Such cases shall be automatically referred by the Judge or the Prosecutor to the DAR which shall determine and certify within 15 days from referral on whether an agrarian dispute exists. by landowners. It governs the cancellation process of the said titles. 3. Metropolitan Trial Court and Regional Trial Court (MCTCM MTC. e. farmer. 1. Joint DAR-LBP Memorandum Circular No. Emancipation Patents (EPs). MeTC and RTC).A. CLOAs and other titles issued under any agrarian reform program. 29 . Municipal Trial Court. lessors or their representatives against a tenant. The rules and regulations shall serve as a guide in the implementation of (a) an integrated strategy for land acquisition and distribution and support services delivery.

Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report A National Program Management Committee (NPMC) of the DAR-LANDBANK Credit Assistance Program will be tasked to provide policy oversight to the GMFA Program. On the other hand. The NPMC shall be responsible for the proper and efficient use of resources and attainment of program objectives. No. programs and projects of the Department and institutionalize gender responsiveness in the different sector components of CARP. Memorandum Circular No. b. 2. 5. dated February 27. It also mandates the conduct of an ASC monthly meeting to assess the level of accomplishments of the different programs/initiatives. Re: Reconstitution and Strengthening of GAD Focal Points The circular enumerates the designation of DAR officials and personnel as members of the Gender and Development (GAD) National Steering Committee and GAD Technical Working Committee. 3. 9. Series of 2007 by designating a vice-chair in the Agribusiness Steering Committee (ASC) who. Series of 2007. Series of 2009 – Addendum to MC. Series of 2008. Re: Harmonizing the Implementation of Agribusiness Development Programs and Initiatives in the Department . Memorandum Circular No. 2009 Re: Reconstitution and Strengthening of Gender and Development (GAD) Focal Points The circular amends and updates the composition of the GAD Technical Working Group enlisted in M. The committees are tasked to integrate gender concerns in the policies. c. e. 4. d. Series of 2009 – Clarifying the Reckoning Date of the 5-year Prohibitory Period of Encumbering/Alienating Lands Acquired through Free Patent and Homestead Patent The circular clarifies the Department’s policy on the reckoning date of the 5-year prohibitory period on encumbering or alienating lands acquired through free patents or homestead patents. No. voluntary land transfer is covered by the said prohibition as this mode involves the transfer of ownership directly from their landowner to the ARB. in the absence of the Secretary shall assume his responsibilities.C. 3. 2. The circular supplements M. Series of 2009 – Addendum to Memorandum Circular No. Memorandum Circular No. Series of 2009. No.C. Memorandum Circular No. 3. 9.C. pursuant to Section 118 of Commonwealth Act No. It emphasizes that:  the transfer to the Government of Free Patent or Homestead Patents is exempted from the 5-year prohibitory period. Series of 2009 – Addendum to M. and  the prohibition does not apply to compulsory acquisition and voluntary offer to sell mode of land acquisition and distribution of CARP since these two involve the transfer of the title first to the Republic of the Philippines before the landholding is transferred or distributed to ARBs. 30 . 141 or the Public Land Act.

103 Series of 2004. Memorandum Circular No. i. Moreover. Memorandum Circular No. 7. growth sessions and staff development.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report f. No. fund allocation. 6. Memorandum Circular No. with the updating of the WFP format for CY2009. composition of provincial and regional screening committees. h. criteria for evaluation. It enumerates the designation and responsibilities of the trainers. documentation and database.C. j. guidelines on the conduct of the seminar. It covers all trainings and other HRD related activities conducted by the Central and Field offices. 12. and deployment of trainers. effectiveness and sustainability measures are built-in and maintained. Series of 2008 on the Submission of Support List for PBD Accomplishment The memorandum circular supplements M. improper or fraudulent acts of their co- officials and co-employees as well as ensure the protection of the whistle blowers 31 . Series of 2009 – Guidelines for Conducting and Cascading the EHEM Sensitivity Seminars in all the Offices of the Department The circular provides the rules and regulations in the conduct of Ehem Sensitivity Seminars in all the offices of the Department. Series of 2009 – Rules and Regulations on Internal Whistle Blowing and Reporting The circular aims to provide rules and regulations to encourage officials and employees to disclose any corrupt. adjusted and improved forms in line with the revised performance indicators. 10. g. the MC introduces the amended. seminar monitoring. It aims to clarify the definition or interpretation of the data requirements of the support list to facilitate the compliance of field personnel. It sets the parameters in clarifying the processes involved in each activity and ensure that efficiency. No. Series of 2009 – Addendum to M. Series of 2009 – Revised Guidelines on the Selection of Most Outstanding ARB. It provides for the qualification standards. Most Progressive ARB Organization and Most Progressive ARC The memorandum circular revises the existing guidelines in the selection of CARP awardees to fully capture and document the significant information pertaining to the contribution of the program in the lives of the awardees. illegal. the selection process. Series of 2009 – Amendment to Guidelines and Procedures in the Conduct of Training and Other Human Resource Development Related Activities for the Central and Field Offices The guidelines define the policy and procedures for the Central and Field Offices in conducting trainings and other HRD related activities in view of the need to adopt austerity measures pursuant to Malacañang Administrative Order No. Memorandum Circular No.C. 12. 9. Series of 2008 which institutionalizes the submission of support list simultaneous with the quarterly accomplishment reports based on the Work and Financial Plan. Memorandum Circular No. 8. computation of rating and the documentary requirements.

abandonment. Series of 2009 – Addendum to DAR Memorandum Circular No. Series of 2009 – Operational Guidelines for the Development of ARC Clusters This circular aims to provide field implementers a common and clear understanding of the criteria/considerations for the delineation and development of ARC clusters and on the content/framework of the ARC Development Plans and be able to identify and delineate the ARC clusters based on the 2009 PBD directives. Series of 2009. In view this modification. quasi-judicial. and other qualified ARBs. Memorandum Circular No. Memorandum Circular No. Memorandum Circular No. policies and rules to be observed by DAR lawyers and legal officers in rendering free legal assistance to tenant farmers.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report from any retaliation or reprisal by the officials or by the concerned individuals. and all other agrarian-related cases in connection with an agrarian dispute. l. It also provides the rights of the whistleblowers and at the same time define the limitations and conditions in order to deter frivolous and false disclosures. 11. to include ARB profiles that cannot be completed in view of absence or lack of information on other data elements as a result of transfer actions. k. Series of 2009 – DAR Manual on Legal Assistance The manual is issued to define and consolidate the pertinent provisions of law. illegal transactions such as sale. entitled. 13. m. Memorandum Circular No. Policies and Guidelines Governing the Profiling of One (1) Million Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) under the ARB Database System The circular is issued to provide additional policies and guidelines on project implementation and completion and as an addendum to DAR M. The data shall be used by DAR and other stakeholders in policy and program development. 11. individually or collectively. It covers ARBs who have been issued. 14. Series of 2009 – Implementing Policies and Guidelines on the Profiling of One Million ARBs under the ARB Database System The memorandum circular governs the establishment of a database on ARBs’ profiles that will provide information on the status of their awarded lands. primarily through the implementation of identified programs/projects for the clusters. including members of the immediate farm household. landownership and socio-economic condition. and other stakeholders of the program. advocacy. 11. duly registered EPs and CLOAs. Series of 2009. It modifies the expected output of the independent contractor. mortgage. agricultural lessees. resource allocation and monitoring of program interventions. and the like and that the ARBs may no longer be in actual possession and cultivation of their awarded lands. the obligations. It includes handling of cases such as agrarian reform law implementation. including mediation and rendition of legal opinion and other forms of legal services. Inc. 12. duties and functions of 32 . and operationalize the development of ARC clusters within the year. n.C. judicial. Berkman International.

p.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report the contractor as well as the different DAR offices were aligned to comply with these requirements. gender-responsive and evidence-based planning. 9700 The circular was issued to guide all DAR concerned offices/units and personnel in the implementation of an integrated. monitoring and evaluation system of DAR utilizing the Organizational Performance Indicator Framework (OPIF).  Lands Already Surveyed Previously Documented per Parcellary Map Sketch (PMS). issues on OLT- DNYP landholdings and additional documentary requirements for release of payment in certain cases applicable. If there are cases that do not fall squarely on the enlisted categories which the Agrarian Operations Center (AOC) of the LBP requires policy issuance. agency level indicators for LTI. Series of 2009 – Guidelines in the Implementation of an Enhanced Planning. Issues and Concerns on OLT- covered Landholdings which were already Distributed but Not Yet Documented/Paid (OLT-DNYD/DNYP) and Requirements for Lands Already Finally Surveyed. It governs the agency level planning. where Claimfolders (CFs) are with Land Bank of the Philippines (Subject to Final Survey Adjustment Processing by the Land Tenure Documentation Division – BLAD). through the Bureau of Land Acquisition and Distribution (BLAD). It provides a list of requirements for compliance of landowners on the following categories:  Pre-processing of PD 27 and EO 228 OLT Lands Distributed but Not Yet Documented (DNYD) for Titled and Untitled Properties. Series of 2009 – Amended List of Requirements for Land Transfer Processing and Payment of Landholdings Subjected to Operation Land Transfer (OLT) Pursuant to PD 27 and Executive Order (EO) 228 and Resolutions to Problems. The PME system outlined in the MC shall be adopted starting CY 2010. monitoring and evaluation system with the end-in-view of continuously achieving the objectives of the Public Expenditure Management (PEM) reforms and in accordance with the data and report requirements of RA 9700. Joint DAR-LBP Memorandum Circular No. data flow from the field units to central office. and  Payment for PD 27 and EO 228 OLT Lands Distributed but Not Yet Paid (DNYP). the Provincial Agrarian Reform Officer (PARO) is required to elevate the matter to the DAR Central Office. 33 . 16. o. Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) System of DAR in accordance with Republic Act No. Previously Documented Per Parcellary Map Sketch Where Claimfolders are with Land Bank of the Philippines This was issued to facilitate the processing and payment of landowner’s claim whose landholdings were placed under OLT transfer pursuant to PD 27 and EO 228. The circular also enumerates the guidelines on specific problems. functions of the various planning units at the central and field offices and the corresponding capacity enhancements. 17. AJD and PBD. Memorandum Circular No.

169 flashpoint cases were resolved by the said offices. The cases received by the SCS are classified into flashpoint. It is also a means to minimize undue concentration of cases elevated to the DAR central office particularly at the Office of the Secretary. Action documents such are memoranda. SCS handled 48 dialogues with different non-government and farmers’ organizations. endorsement letters to concerned DAR offices or other agencies/institutions are prepared to facilitate the resolution.414 cases nationwide. 169 were flashpoint cases pending at DARAB. During the year. referrals to concerned DAR bureaus/offices or other agencies. 469 (33 percent) cases were facilitated by the QROs for their early resolution. information on CARP. provincial and regional QROs were able to facilitate the resolution of 305 (22 percent) cases nationwide. QRO units had a total caseload of 1. media-conference. At the DAR central office. referrals. 34 . Most of the queries were about agrarian reform implementation and DARAB cases as well as requests for legal and personal assistance. For CY 2009. For the period under review. Quick Response Operations (QRO) The QRO was established to provide a mechanism to facilitate the resolution of cases as well as promptly address agrarian disputes and issues. broken down as follows: 21 flashpoint cases. 707 (4%) clients were served at the DAR Central Office while. a total of 17. The classification enables the DAR to prioritize the case especially when it involves highly contentious lands. LAO and OSEC. Of the given figure. Dialogue- consultations. The figure is broken down as follows: 1.013 cases pending at the beginning of the year while 401 cases were received from January to December. 16.629 (96%) were assisted at the regional and provincial PACCU desks. The task is lodged with the Special Concerns Staff which assists and administers the concerns of the clients. At the field level. During the period. ocular inspection/field investigation.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report 4. The unit provides legal advice. Out of these. b. Managing the Publics a. 50 urgent cases and 234 regular cases.336 walk-clients were served by the PACCU nationwide. Public Assistance and Complaints Coordinating Unit (PACCU) The PACCU is a service desk set up by the Special Concerns Staff (SCS) which caters to walk-in clients of DAR seeking audience with the Office of the Secretary regarding a particular issue or concern. alternative dispute resolution and action planning/case conferences are also being conducted to help resolve the cases the soonest possible time. special and regular cases. Regional and provincial PACCU desks are also found in the field offices.

35 . Managing the Bureaucracy a. Managing the bureaucracy is one of the means to equip DAR personnel with values.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report c. It also aims to provide a venue by which stakeholders can share best practices and success stories in fighting poverty as well as celebrate the breakthroughs in crafting and implementing innovative approaches towards people’s empowerment.”  National Week for Overcoming Extreme Poverty – led by the National Anti- Poverty Commission. DAR employees were encouraged to participate in the campaign by turning off their lights for one minute. good governance and social reforms. skills and knowledge required in public service. Building Social Capital Pursuant to its goal to establish strong linkages through networking with various agencies.  Sixth National Peace Consciousness Month Launching – an annual celebration spearheaded by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process to promote peace awareness among civil servants. the Department through the Special Concerns Staff (SCS) participated in the following activities:  Earth Hour campaign – a worldwide campaign against global warming and awareness on climate change issues. DAR aims to serve its clients with utmost integrity. the activity aims to unite and gather the support of all sectors of society in the fight against extreme poverty. 5. It was an opportunity for the beneficiaries to form an organization to help them sustain and broaden the benefits of the services obtained. Among the outputs of the project is the creation of the Department’s Integrity Development Committee (IDC) which is mandated to monitor the implementation of the IDR recommendations and corruption prevention action plans as well as the Integrity Development Action Plan (IDAP) of the Presidential Anti-Graft Commission (PAGC).000 beneficiaries coming from 28 different government agencies including DAR. civil society groups. The event was participated in by some 6. Integrity Development Review Taking cognizance of the fact that a “Public office is a Public trust“. This year’s theme was “Una sa Lahat Kapayapaan: Putting the Peace Agenda at the Forefront. the activity showcased the performance and accomplishments of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as testified by the beneficiaries themselves.  Government Beneficiaries Congress – organized by the Office of the External Affairs of the Office of the President. To pursue this thrust. DAR became one of the sixteen (16) signatory government agencies of the Integrity Development Review (IDR) Project or the Program on Pursuing Reforms through Integrity Development (PRIDE). government instrumentalities. competence and accountability.

In recognition of the efforts of the Department in implementing the IDC project. Series of 2009 entitled “Rules and Regulations on Internal Whistle Blowing and Reporting” . A total of 904 participants in 22 batches have already attended the Ehem seminars since 2007. the PAGC awarded DAR a certificate of recognition ranking the agency as top 6 among the 109 National Government Agencies which are compliant to Integrity Development Action Plan (IDAP) for the 1st semester of CY 2009. the Department was also considered for special citation for the following IDR reform initiatives implemented on: ● Corruption Vulnerability Assessment – Voluntary Offer to Sell (CVA- VOS): Set up system on ARB data and persistent information on awarded land. 2.” 36 . It also includes the Rules and Regulations on Whistle Blowing. Uploading of the IDC Website To serve a wider audience. IDR. 10. Anti-Red Tape Act (R. Moral Renewal Action Plan and Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA). No.The M. The activity also provides an opportunity to consolidate issues on corruption or areas/systems/processes in DAR which are vulnerable to corruption. DAR Customized Code of Conduct (MC 10. 9485). The website. the following activities have been conducted to implement the IDR recommendations: 1. and ● Institutionalization of IDC. Conducted the following: ● Ehem Cultural Sensitivity Seminars – The seminar imparts value formation and systems reforms to selected DAR officials and employees. The Ehem trainers together with BARIE staff.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report From January to December 2009. is now linked through the DAR website and shows the different anti-corruption initiatives undertaken by the Department under the IDAP. Issued Memorandum Circular No. low-reward” activity. and “Isumbong Mo sa IDC. Integrity Development Action Plan (IDAP) of PACG. Moreover.e. entitled “Good Governance sa DAR”. Series of 2007). 3. ● DAR Ehem Trainers Training – The activity trains the attendees of the Ehem Cultural Sensitivity seminars previously conducted to equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge in re-echoing the learnings of the seminar to all DAR officials and employees. ● Orientation on the Anti-Corruption Initiatives of the Government and of DAR i..A. was issued to encourage reporting of corrupt acts of DAR officials and employees and provide protection to whistle blowers. It also aims to make corruption a “high-risk.C. the DAR IDC made itself accessible through the world wide web. have successfully conducted twenty-four (24) batches of Ehem Trainers Training Seminars in selected DAR offices.

Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of these programs are grants from Asian countries such as Thailand. Ninety-seven training programs.Department of Agrarian Reform 2009 Accomplishment Report b. a total of 145 training programs were conducted and attended by 3. In addition to this. DAR extended local scholarship grants to 6 staff who are taking review classes in preparation for the bar exam. Also during the year. 26a and 26b) For CY 2009. Human Resource Development (Tables 26. were conducted by the Department.021 DAR personnel nationwide. 37 . Most of the classes conducted and attended by the DAR employees delved on Managing the Bureaucracy. equivalent to 67 percent of the total number of training programs. while the other 48 were conducted by other agencies. Fourteen (14) of whom are from the field offices and four from the central office. 18 personnel were granted foreign scholarship during the year. Japan.

801 3.481 2. Table 1 STATUS OF 1993 TO 2009-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS.B 119 . .963 2.420 3. .675 7.801 . ARMM no report except for province of Basilan.827 884 1. .972 1.297 3.180 2.510 CAR 167 31 191 222 31 295 326 4 354 358 I 821 206 91 297 256 420 676 24 444 468 II 774 1. IN HECTARES January to December 2009 1_/ ACCOMPLISHED SURVEY RETURNS REGION / CY 2009 MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ PROVINCE TARGET BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL PHILIPPINES 20. 414 374 145 519 2.747 1.185 IV .345 1.588 3.334 4. . . 2.975 V 6.652 19.254 III 2.854 CARAGA 116 510 154 664 301 654 955 674 654 1.348 1.925 13.505 14.269 132 1.245 IX . BY REGION.519 hectares. .481 .205 943 2.696 2. 1.616 1.143 281 1.693 13.266 322 2. .459 VII 1.670 184 4.261 73 3.A 463 134 . 6 6 .201 18.512 . - 1_/ Partial accomplishment only.323 XI 149 . .895 399 1.223 X 342 1.938 2.018 26.434 1.736 2.294 1.228 2.073 1.020 834 2. 134 79 1.140 VIII 877 414 .328 ARMM 767 .938 .620 611 612 1. 2.855 4.990 901 1.011 1.005 32.512 XII 500 9.864 VI 4.321 2.628 709 615 1.657 2. Region IX as of November. 97 960 1.172 45 1.121 1.137 2. 643 976 1. 1.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report .519 Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan .947 298 3. 9. .792 4. Region XII as of September only.057 359 1.627 200 1.321 IV .Bureau of Land Development (BLD) .002 71 1. .071 69 3. Non CARPable area covered by ASP is 1.276 27.448 1. SOURCES: 1. .092 1.516 3. 2_/ Reflects CARPable area (ha) covered by Approved Survey Plans (ASPs).140 1.

21 . 98 98 24 238 263 Nueva Ecija-South 365 71 315 386 74 172 247 10 197 207 Pampanga 568 12 246 258 12 152 164 .420 3.018 26.434 1. 46 46 42 89 131 7 41 47 .276 27. 24 La Union . .925 13. 5 5 329 333 . 19 4 92 96 Benguet . . 97 97 .510 CAR 167 31 191 222 31 295 326 4 354 358 Abra . 81 81 Kalinga 107 12 175 187 12 175 187 .137 2. . 259 259 II 774 1.228 2. . . 21 21 . . .143 281 1.366 574 587 1. . 305 305 .005 32. 16 16 . .892 264 1. 5 110 116 14 73 87 Bulacan 752 49 99 148 144 289 433 131 247 378 Nueva Ecija-North 288 . 145 145 Ilocos Sur .713 Nueva Vizcaya 10 145 . .121 1. .345 1. . . . .254 Batanes .505 14.675 7.669 1. . . . IN HECTARES January to December 2009 1_/ ACCOMPLISHED SURVEY RETURNS CY 2009 REGION / PROVINCE MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ TARGET BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL PHILIPPINES 20. . .201 18.627 200 1.297 3. . Table 1a STATUS OF 1993 TO 2009-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS. 27 27 Mt. 188 188 Tarlac 50 .652 19. . 162 25 38 63 Quirino .321 Aurora 11 .967 2. 64 64 Bataan 235 . 22 22 . 55 . 19 19 . 145 162 . . BY PROVINCE. 21 24 . . 40 40 Pangasinan 800 180 91 271 230 91 321 .525 1.269 132 1. 26 26 I 821 206 91 297 256 420 676 24 444 468 Ilocos Norte 21 5 . .161 Isabela 446 223 1. .020 834 2. .693 13.230 188 1. BY REGION. . . . 299 299 14 73 87 Zambales . - Cagayan 318 715 629 1.011 1. 128 128 Ifugao 13 . 55 65 197 262 47 271 318 III 2. .343 737 629 1. . 0 0 Apayao 47 19 . . . 1 1 . . Province . .792 4. . . 4 135 139 .

.747 1.990 901 1. 414 252 .975 Marinduque 20 . 380 380 . 134 79 1. . 61 Romblon . . 352 352 . - VIII 877 414 . . 157 Western Samar 99 . 461 178 . .A 463 134 .848 322 2. . 251 172 55 227 VI 4.140 Bohol 236 262 . .895 399 1. . . 262 239 . .348 1.170 2. 4 4 Laguna 41 1 . 58 . .118 69 2. 178 756 .871 90 904 994 139 1.188 Siquijor .321 2. . 41 . 165 165 4 263 267 Quezon II 11 . 414 374 145 519 2.B 119 .963 2. 756 Negros Oriental 971 2. 48 31 79 35 54 89 IV . 252 704 . .947 298 3.938 . 26 . . .172 45 1. .057 359 1.696 2.736 2. . .938 2.478 779 834 1. . 17 7 .174 . . . 2. 178 178 . 239 196 . 704 Northern Samar 4 .000 . .588 3. .266 322 2. 41 . 59 . 47 145 192 2. 32 32 299 470 769 V 6. . . . . ACCOMPLISHED SURVEY RETURNS CY 2009 REGION / PROVINCE MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ TARGET BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL IV . 17 . . . 557 557 Rizal 72 . . .041 Catanduanes .092 1. . 7 . 380 .245 Biliran . 376 376 Oriental Mindoro 24 .972 1. 196 Cebu 450 461 . 380 360 124 484 188 61 248 Masbate 1.885 2. . . 59 157 . . 146 146 54 209 263 Sorsogon 250 5 .459 Aklan . .174 1. . - Eastern Samar . . .871 . . . . . .614 371 . . - Leyte 747 414 .657 2. .024 VII 1. 24 283 307 103 40 143 200 103 303 Iloilo 3.616 1.855 4.294 1. 97 . 97 61 . . 371 371 Occidental Mindoro 53 . . 371 272 7 279 Negros Occidental 793 1. 593 593 . 104 104 Cavite 253 49 . . . . 195 195 .516 3. . . . 398 398 Palawan 22 .827 884 1. 5 251 .071 69 3. 696 696 7 272 279 16 546 562 Camarines Sur 4.378 Southern Leyte 27 .185 Batangas 30 25 .080 298 2. 2. 49 26 . .864 Albay 834 .000 14 652 665 91 978 1. 1.140 1. 94 56 135 191 83 72 155 Capiz 371 205 737 941 264 205 469 243 242 485 Guimaras . 1 5 125 131 5 159 165 Quezon I 55 58 . 97 960 1.205 943 2. . 585 175 760 343 180 522 Camarines Norte 811 .069 128 913 1. 37 37 6 206 212 Antique 94 94 . . 25 .

. 968 XII 500 9. 50 367 . . . 74 . . 654 654 Surigao Sur 5 .262 South Cotabato 152 4. . . 145 Davao del Norte 23 .328 Agusan Norte 57 303 . Non CARPable area covered by ASP is 1. 265 603 869 172 127 299 X 342 1. 662 678 . 67 Lanao del Norte 172 . 466 Compostela Valley .512 Davao City 19 . . 1. 1. - 1_/ Partial accomplishment only.448 1. . . . . .289 Sultan Kudarat 6 1. 2_/ Reflects CARPable area (ha) covered by Approved Survey Plans (ASPs). .002 71 1.323 Bukidnon 148 340 71 410 561 319 880 305 357 662 Camiguin . .801 . 1. .854 North Cotabato 342 400 . . 1. . .670 184 4.519 Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan . . . . 367 Davao Oriental . . . . . Region IX as of November. 3 Misamis Occidental 22 .Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report . . 85 . .947 . . . 1. . 106 Agusan Sur 44 207 . . 434 . . . . . 662 . . . . . - Lanao del Sur . . 6 6 . 2. 643 976 1. . 768 566 . . 85 145 . . . . 4. - ARMM 767 . 119 466 . .385 12 1. .289 . 88 88 XI 149 .334 4. 654 654 . .519 hectares. . ACCOMPLISHED SURVEY RETURNS CY 2009 REGION / PROVINCE MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ TARGET BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL IX . - Maguindanao 767 . . 171 106 . 154 154 . 209 475 684 333 169 503 Misamis Oriental .500 1. . 303 171 .397 1. . . .481 . 201 Dinagat Islands . 768 . . . 2. 3 . . 219 18 238 139 179 318 Zamboanga Sur . 80 . 1. - Basilan . 158 355 513 300 306 606 Zamboanga Sibugay . 566 Davao del Sur 107 . 6 6 . . 367 Surigao Norte 9 . .180 2.401 CARAGA 116 510 154 664 301 654 955 674 654 1. . 9. 2. .073 1. . .500 . . . .947 1. . . .954 . 74 367 . Region XII as of September only.481 2. .401 . . . 80 201 . .801 3. 119 .Bureau of Land Development (BLD) .512 . 1. 385 385 .261 73 3. . . .282 1. . . . . 1. - Sulu . 207 50 . . . ARMM no report except for province of Basilan. .223 Zamboanga Norte .620 611 612 1. . - Tawi-Tawi . 434 968 . . SOURCES: 1.262 .282 . .628 709 615 1. . .954 594 62 656 718 184 902 Sarangani . 400 . 678 67 .

178 56. IN HECTARES As of December 31.544 111.139 133.561 123.943 22.208 56.805 IX 53.227 92.328 120.544 61.678 10.428 120.499 49.508 81.793 118.824 6.456 2.639 218.016 II 22.207 83.902 122.954 6.508 175.183 721.328 165.072 156.213 88.519 137.452 42.596 116.996 18.434 68.924 95.927 I 7.560 274.902 2.003 17.945 X 54.379 110.000 49.664 98. 2009 1_/ MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ REGION / PROVINCE BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL PHILIPPINES 907.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report .939 110.650 62.597 102.716 265.734 21.499 2.665 XI 54.719 63.073 1.281 1.330 126.125 6.509 CARAGA 86.720 94.889.450 1_/ Includes partial accomplishment for Region IX as of November 2009.242 83.325 51.001 132.690 VIII 111.593 220.689 180.733 83.754 1.701 30.628 1.777 41.908 98.505 57.972 24.772 13.641 V 80.298 18. 2_/ Reflects CARPable and non-CARPable areas covered by Approved Survey Plans (ASPs).253 105.585 146.725 200.965 115.976 47.230 287.074 148.955 80.660 170.290 102.204 IV .A 10.360 22.Bureau of Land Development (BLD) .491 92.405 40.118 7.916 143.571 87.362 101.999 IV .998 ARMM 9.426 7.B 11.709 107.846 6.239 35.841 108.866 261.304 164.516 III 6.511 22.886 82.367.462 148. Table 1b STATUS OF 1993 TO 2009-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS.088.877 73.584 34.358 110.458.797 5.974 214.213 143.529 642.201 12.004 40.153 104.916 120.131 69.709 34.382 CAR 8.212 143.206 32.414 112.445 166.717 89.803 34.382 116. SOURCES: Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan .877 39.483 36.036 60.369 88.792 40.246.184 98.903 87.224 33. Region XII as of September 2009 and ARMM as of June 2007 only.675 7.687 74.672 175.555 VII 111.399 78.980 6.156 268.366.310 345.047 107.411 5.002 52.538 137.153 14.445 103.992 60.278 163.495 74.277 7.756 XII 151.704 VI 125. BY REGION.

508 8.478 114 8.254 3.761 5. BY REGION.719 63.359 6.094 5.954 6.058 8.025 1.169 28.208 2.709 107.200 19.817 51 11.488 .805 15.567 62.966 11.832 5.098 945 4.996 1.333 2.529 642.064 5.254 3.992 60.121 355 8.367.965 115.774 6.088.804 17.785 69.848 12.277 7.434 68.833 29.734 21.806 9. 71 68 .575 2.489 11.398 Quirino 954 6.382 Zambales 151 7.675 7.479 12.916 143.899 10.406 10.145 27.875 7.959 77.208 56.660 170.601 2.379 110.685 43.144 10.302 9.201 III 6. 2009 1_/ MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ REGION / PROVINCE BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL PHILIPPINES 907.085 12.911 18.204 Batangas 1.375 24.576 5.407 15.973 8.163 30.727 387 12.273 40.008 134 6.118 7.567 355 8.645 27.525 25.055 Ifugao 1.222 1.383 Cavite 1.974 429 17.131 69. IN HECTARES As of December 31.008 1.057 4.777 41.927 Abra 851 13.735 16.362 101.964 I 7.783 6.896 26.443 3.670 28.580 134 6.902 2.162 9.817 983 15.385 21.109 4.487 2.396 24.754 1.824 6.499 49.193 7.172 2.331 9.389 Apayao 2.892 2.183 721.899 44.442 78.372 12.429 7.889.812 Ilocos Sur 1.224 33.187 64.881 12.462 1.830 6.428 Isabela 12.978 40.089 13.288 43.495 9.792 40.360 22. BY PROVINCE.525 1.516 Batanes 71 20 91 71 .800 IV .762 11.092 1.253 105.246.686 70.492 Nueva Ecija-South 2.245 1.247 1.551 9.932 2.739 14.329 25.936 12.382 CAR 8.297 5.234 76.140 24.188 258 1.981 Nueva Ecija-North 1.223 23.342 7.900 Pangasinan 3.037 6.456 5.413 64.657 667 11.400 16.208 5.379 1.358 110.587 1.889 728 4.271 4.304 164.395 14.544 111. Province 220 9.486 8.088 10.395 18.407 1.439 66.484 17.667 6.456 2.715 147 9.797 5.426 7.805 15.318 1.128 4.361 7.114 28.153 104.016 Ilocos Norte 1.316 16.423 11. Table 1c STATUS OF 1993 TO 2009-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS.446 1.881 5.A 10.004 40.656 5.666 2.290 102.467 8.085 5.212 143.776 29.254 9.747 1.210 867 6.976 47.999 Aurora 256 1.445 166.841 108.596 116.266 Rizal 1.064 30.289 1.749 Pampanga 346 25.367 7.082 15.477 Tarlac 579 19.981 40.398 8.548 Kalinga 1.672 62.002 12.628 1.092 Benguet 1.430 25.458.073 1.605 839 6.431 24.544 61.074 148.281 1.211 1.603 17.366.075 2.421 Nueva Vizcaya 2.863 Quezon I 1.259 Laguna 1.953 18.045 2.988 10.749 5.257 7.541 Bulacan 720 11.013 4.782 199 1.717 4.099 10.451 10.794 13.133 7.743 337 24.296 II 22.614 2.147 558 11.945 Quezon II 3.926 716 4.738 7.880 Mt.037 12.186 55 11.861 68.779 579 18.360 9.353 1.424 12.127 10.009 La Union 1.850 8. 68 Cagayan 6.374 1.766 9.822 9.890 64.242 346 24.578 Bataan 101 12.246 638 13.408 9.980 6.445 103.807 10.013 150 4.254 29.250 1.231 2.

178 56.675 30.597 102.613 12.203 300 11.790 15. . - VIII 111.521 128.635 532 3.767 18.230 287.574 25.307 6.878 28.052 2.836 29.044 Leyte 28.584 27.688 21.438 34.191 19.297 7.273 17.889 Masbate 5.930 7.784 Antique 9.510 29. 249 .593 220.885 8.497 40. MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ REGION / PROVINCE BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL IV .862 78.411 5.798 12.134 8.076 10.649 32.526 30.805 Biliran 1.325 51.050 11.232 5. .458 34.355 14.817 Western Samar 16.124 5.701 12.710 10.996 18.699 57.639 27.288 6.044 Camarines Norte 5.725 11.006 37.689 23.275 17.707 25.453 1.326 Siquijor 249 .773 Eastern Samar 22.179 5.561 Sorsogon 8.466 11.959 V 80.708 35.195 5.357 19.842 8.903 87.143 2.213 143.701 34.270 VII 111.023 Oriental Mindoro 551 25.749 2.545 27.800 Negros Occidental 54.904 30.061 17.433 5.239 7.617 18.540 31.221 21.277 9.607 25.773 18.974 214.759 108.505 57.538 137.821 .873 44.659 11.939 110.157 34.830 3.774 31.310 345.003 17.078 Occidental Mindoro 2.908 98.777 32.007 11.877 26.504 Camarines Sur 44.924 95.527 313 25.888 6.423 10.140 3.563 34.073 VI 125.545 85.306 31.811 7.174 Iloilo 43.816 21.737 26.717 89.522 15.485 23.881 6.975 3.242 3.443 7.138 15.730 37.200 Guimaras 3.650 62.696 18.726 28.318 22.327 7.227 92.809 35.600 17.726 6.218 170.352 12.639 218.545 9.902 9.832 7.749 98.700 7.003 15.196 1.230 18.454 15.238 37.551 26.951 1.594 267 6.894 30.169 3.443 503 11.591 Southern Leyte 10.641 Marinduque 267 7.578 7.227 17.777 66.877 73.592 66.981 17.077 8.239 6.619 21.733 83.174 22.633 Catanduanes 3.687 74.089 116.511 22.725 12.657 7.577 20.350 23.678 11.166 1.725 200.714 14.329 26.221 9.107 16.040 21.466 29.508 175.843 12.075 24.760 10.777 29.076 139.836 20.742 3.833 16.644 9.369 88.598 8.472 10.184 98.197 267 6.485 21.070 47.457 3.008 30.690 Bohol 28.139 133.017 27. .777 36.843 19.846 6.475 11.017 3.759 Northern Samar 31.143 26.335 23.846 47.867 13.704 Albay 12.047 107.835 22. .762 2.320 2.654 71.366 32.949 35.409 6.930 Negros Oriental 64.199 29.976 26.555 Aklan 4.571 87.413 23.924 36.866 261.765 52.150 24.997 4.433 7.435 Cebu 18.607 30.795 3.333 32.969 29.689 180.072 156.232 5.695 Romblon 718 11.564 13.887 Palawan 8.B 11.752 13.774 28.491 92.729 59.050 313 25.327 Capiz 10.520 638 3.278 163.184 16.783 59.508 81.976 6.692 7.062 41.072 26.955 80.186 17.701 49.

602 15.551 14.803 34. - ARMM 9.201 12.154 Surigao Norte 19.085 40.280 20. 4. 82.414 112.405 40.225 53.279 25. .063 124.640 14. 451 302 .797 8.561 123.228 30.382 116.914 86.310 9.311 .416 75.365 21.002 52.207 83.122 Tawi-Tawi 3.672 9.928 19.266 Lanao del Norte 16.261 .187 52.332 19.399 78.781 32.497 20.207 14.399 6. .152 .917 23.483 36.756 17.770 9.936 X 54.973 18.350 1.709 34.560 274.893 12.698 51.972 24.284 13.001 15.670 27. 1.244 19.584 34.916 7.626 12.936 86. 7.883 8.943 22.078 41.701 30.625 22.632 14.574 7.344 48.536 26. 86.802 2.739 24.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report .461 CARAGA 86.453 .997 Davao del Sur 16.882 XII 151.682 32.882 .777 65.902 122.882 8. Region XII as of September 2009 and ARMM as of June 2007 only. 1.665 Bukidnon 17.623 47.495 74.036 60.470 .047 .290 43.223 9.664 98.461 9.006 21.Bureau of Land Development (BLD) .298 18.153 14.386 Maguindanao .330 126.317 24.756 Davao City 3.455 13.736 6.371 43.916 120.138 4. 2_/ Reflects CARPable and non-CARPable areas covered by Approved Survey Plans (ASPs).707 124.420 15.125 6.678 10.663 71.929 4.789 16.269 Misamis Oriental 13.242 83.261 1.187 56.413 2.980 18.613 25.386 .891 30.887 21.538 8. .350 .302 Davao Oriental 15. 2.047 2.328 120.386 7.781 155 2.206 32.880 5.914 .659 6.668 2.153 .678 Lanao del Sur .122 1.169 17.572 2.640 3.025 5. .224 47.296 37.106 23.328 165.650 30. SOURCES: Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan .226 6.974 19.292 28.214 4. .731 28.822 14.090 Zamboanga Sur 24.450 Basilan 5.822 15.772 13. 5.998 Agusan Norte 15.152 8.519 137.496 7.988 Davao del Norte 13.557 6.153 .349 2.972 5.585 146.509 North Cotabato 32.462 148.214 . 79 Misamis Occidental 6. .194 25.318 91. 1.793 118.318 91.933 14. 5.442 5.186 59.609 44.587 Compostela Valley 6.936 .428 120.722 26.745 18.385 XI 54. 5.860 48.843 9.719 26.886 82.576 5.920 Zamboanga Sibugay 6.571 123.900 12.264 Sulu .514 45.703 27.213 88.825 6.889 Sultan Kudarat 82.453 3.720 94.700 3.954 12. 302 79 .284 52.672 6.306 South Cotabato 23.450 4.602 63.711 7.703 30. 3.223 7.853 Sarangani 12. 3. .239 35.386 7.884 15.693 39.452 42.311 5.001 132.716 34.356 38.666 Camiguin 451 .108 3.713 5.047 5.470 5. 8.499 2.850 15.700 .846 Surigao Sur 17.616 8.651 . .651 3.156 268.604 17.025 32.355 Dinagat Islands .718 92.719 20. 7.910 12.807 9.678 .306 .637 19.893 18. - 1_/ Includes partial accomplishment for Region IX as of November 2009.877 39.000 49.307 17.462 4.715 6.716 265.636 12.264 2.945 Zamboanga Norte 21.643 Agusan Sur 33.234 24.198 67. 86. 6.195 24. 2.856 4. 3.308 18.672 175. MODULED (HA) SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED TO LMS (HA) APPROVED BY LMS (HA) 2_/ REGION / PROVINCE BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL BY ADMIN BY CONTRACT TOTAL IX 53. 3.286 9.875 12.

21 270 III 249 188 23 . 79 357 ARMM .007 VIII . . . 38 61 IV-A 90 3 25 .655 358 987 32 278 1. . . . 62 87 IV-B 179 . . . . .802 CAR 48 . 33 X 259 2 213 . 19 . - CARAGA 357 . . 278 . . .600 3. 43 257 XI . . 29 48 I 47 47 . Table 2 1_/ CLAIMFOLDERS TRANSMITTED BY DAR TO LBP. - 1_/ Subject to validation. .216 209 229 . . - IX 44 11 33 . - II 350 81 249 . - XII . 157 179 V 694 488 60 29 116 206 VI 1.140 62 1.298 VII 1. . . 22 . . .Bureau of Land Acquisition and Distribution (BLAD) . 778 1.387 2.189 1. BY REGION January to December 2009 AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA) REGION TOTAL ACCOMP PD 27/ RA 6657 EO 228 VOS CA EO 407 SUB-TOTAL PHILIPPINES 5. SOURCE: Accomplishment : Joint DAR-LBP report .

802 CAR 48 . - Benguet . 29 29 Kalinga 19 . . 3 Tarlac 34 31 .387 2. . . . 9 Nueva Ecija South 52 41 11 . . 38 61 Aurora . BY PROVINCE January to December 2009 AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA) REGION /PROVINCE TOTAL ACCOMP PD 27/ RA 6657 EO 228 VOS CA EO 407 SUB-TOTAL PHILIPPINES 5. . . . . . . 11 Pampanga 27 24 3 . - Quirino . - Pangasinan 47 47 . - I 47 47 . - Ifugao 29 . . . - La Union . Province . . - Apayao . . . - Bulacan 70 34 . . . . SOURCE: Accomplishment : Joint DAR-LBP report . . Table 2a 1_/ CLAIMFOLDERS TRANSMITTED BY DAR TO LBP. . . . . . . . . 21 270 Batanes Cagayan 53 11 33 . 19 . . . 19 Mt.189 1. . . - 1_/ Subject to validation. .140 62 1. . - III 249 188 23 . . 29 48 Abra . . . 19 . . . . . - II 350 81 249 .600 3. . . 35 35 Nueva Ecija North 59 50 9 . - Ilocos Sur . . . . . . - Ilocos Norte . . . 10 42 Isabela 297 70 217 . BY REGION. . 2 2 Zambales 5 5 . . . .Bureau of Land Acquisition and Distribution (BLAD) . 11 227 Nueva Vizcaya . . . - Bataan 2 2 .

. . . . . . . . . . . 9 29 . . 39 VI 1. AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA) REGION /PROVINCE TOTAL ACCOMP PD 27/ RA 6657 EO 228 VOS CA EO 407 SUB-TOTAL IV-A 90 3 25 . - IV-B 179 . . . 3 5 Capiz 212 122 62 . 9 34 Rizal 1 1 . . . . . . - V 694 488 60 29 116 206 Albay 124 105 18 . 111 111 Palawan . . . . . 181 181 Cebu 37 16 . 62 87 Batangas 3 3 . . . 22 . . 12 40 Negros Occidental 1. . 575 804 Siquijor . 6 21 Camarines Sur 117 117 . - Biliran . . . - Cavite 23 . . . . - Southern Leyte . . . . . - Western Samar . .655 358 987 32 278 1. 45 68 Oriental Mindoro 111 . - Romblon . . . . 778 1. . . - Leyte . 2 20 Camarines Norte 52 31 15 .007 Bohol 199 18 . - Occidental Mindoro 68 . . . - Masbate 363 236 18 .149 VII 1. . - Iloilo 126 87 27 . . .211 62 895 32 221 1. . - VIII . 14 14 Antique 9 4 3 . . . . . . . - Eastern Samar . 21 21 Negros Oriental 980 175 229 . . . . 157 179 Marinduque . 25 . . 9 9 Quezon I 20 . 109 127 Sorsogon 39 . 22 . . . 20 20 Quezon II 34 . - Northern Samar . 28 90 Guimaras 83 83 .216 209 229 . . 23 23 Laguna 9 . .298 Aklan 14 . . - Catanduanes . . . - . . . .

- CARAGA 357 . 33 X 259 2 213 . - Cotabato . . . - Lanao Norte 11 . . . 11 Misamis Occidental 3 . . . - XII . . . . No report received from Regions VIII. - Tawi-Tawi . . . . 61 86 Surigao Norte 9 . . . . - Note: Report received from Region IV-B is as of August 2009. . . . . . . 3 3 Misamis Oriental 19 . . 230 ARMM . . . - South Cotabato . . . . - Saranggani . . . . . 278 . - Davao Sur . . - Lanao Sur . . . - Compostela Valley . . - Zamboanga del Sur 33 . . Report received from Region I is as of October 2009. . . . . - Sulu . . 14 . . 36 224 Camiguin . 79 357 Agusan Norte 32 . . . . . . . . . . . Report received from Region XIII is as of November 2009. . . . . . 9 9 Surigao Sur 230 . - Basilan . - Davao City . . . . . . - Davao Norte . 43 257 Bukidnon 226 2 188 . - Zamboanga del Norte . 11 . Report received from Regions III and CAR is as of September 2009. 5 19 XI . . . 23 . . . . 9 32 Agusan Sur 86 . AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA) REGION /PROVINCE TOTAL ACCOMP PD 27/ RA 6657 EO 228 VOS CA EO 407 SUB-TOTAL IX 44 11 33 . . . . . . - Maguindanao . . . . . XII & ARMM. . 33 Zamboanga Sibugay 11 11 . XI. . . 25 . 33 . . - Davao Oriental . - Sultan Kudarat . . . . . . . . 230 .

BY REGION 1_/ January to December 2009 TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT.00 74 0 .385 III 4.56 97 3 54 46 1.16 464 15 140 177 2. 16 2.904 2.165 5.37 4. . .020 4. .093 I 2.683 42.Area.052 .Field Report (Regional Planning Division) . 144 144 2.362 2.428 2.373 2.78 51 11 204 134 2. 4.777 26.DAR 2009 Workplan -Planning Service Accomplishment .329 IV-A 2.336 7.268 2.103 IX 3.274 4.495 69.530 4.416 387 .31 381 .532 1_/ Subject to validation. 3 160 103 2.880 2. 541 46 753 1. 436 43 2.544 II 5.270 52.793 3. Adjustments made based on latest report submitted by the Mangement Information Service (MIS) 2_/ Non-LBP Compensable SOURCES: Target .647 CARAGA 2.432 34.062 1. 1.426 81. 1 506 582 . .373 VI 11.442 1.83 141 23 880 100 3.671 52.086 109. OF TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL ARBS PHILIPPINES 85.189 3.338 792 .409 4.64 35 .236 1. 34 39 608 690 .730 3.54 143 154 1.743 1.020 3.377 4. FOF1 Report as of December 2009 (Feb 25.049 3. 1.18 181 44 528 188 475 1. 2.90 77 3 374 349 536 1.293 421 .272 52 .035 102.460 62. 2.862 0 . .028 3.562 49.429 IV-B 1.553 3.378 4. 108 160 2.170 V 10.331 3. 2010 Submission) . 958 1.531 73 .24 .983 101.890 1. 1. Table 3 LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT.180 4.374 .570 175 683 296 993 4.239 107.103 89 14.019 2 13 . 2.247 X 4.587 3.095 . 1.959 3.DAR-MIS.957 5.ARBs .751 87. .088 2.436 18 0 632 650 2.596 63. BY LAND TYPE REGION CY 2009 vs.062 1.35 20 .476 3.031 3.761 XI 3.674 .460 .436 102. 435 435 1.205 89. . CY 2009 PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO.505 8. 569 756 2.55 22 46 109 112 2. 688 688 1.153 XII 16.48 10 .819 VIII 3. .125 106.82 478 859 1.405 ARMM 5.669 187 .762 59. 77 77 3.031 144 2. 343 343 3.72 2.875 17.899 4.829 3.792 CAR 1.717 170 75 22 267 4.067 43.802 VII 7.056 1.665 .218 124.

428 2.093 Abra 138 247 179.83 141 23 880 100 3.77 75 2 373 4 651 1.890 1.10 0 0 0 0 57 57 0 0 58 58 101 Kalinga 341 293 86.409 4.717 170 75 22 267 4. 2010 Submission) . BY PROVINCE 1_/ January to December 2009 LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT.336 7. Table 3a LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT.02 181 0 145 16 42 384 0 35 0 35 444 Nueva Ecija-N 1.718 Nueva Vizcaya 491 693 141.532 1.Area.38 629 0 1 32 70 732 30 14 0 44 854 Zambales 352 388 110.00 74 0 0 1 506 582 0 0 688 688 1.95 0 0 0 0 50 50 0 0 0 0 82 Cagayan 1. OF ARBs REGION/PROVINCE CY 2009 vs.53 0 0 0 0 14 14 0 0 65 65 34 I 2.056 1.15 0 0 34 39 217 290 0 0 4 4 273 Mt.398 0 0 0 0 1.38 0 0 0 0 162 162 0 0 18 18 157 Ilocos Sur 492 280 56.65 65 19 494 96 1.83 0 0 2 0 492 494 0 0 0 0 391 III 4.875 17.495 69.DAR 2009 Workplan -Planning Service Accomplishment .ARBs .72 2.115 72.974 2.792 CAR 1.683 42.777 26.544 Ilocos Norte 591 180 30. BY LAND TYPE TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO.34 47 0 174 53 115 388 0 0 0 0 285 1_/ Subject to validation.270 52.17 316 10 70 66 16 477 6 0 1 6 384 Pampanga 715 720 100.570 175 683 296 993 4.674 0 0 77 77 3.442 1.306 134 4 2 140 1. Province 55 79 143.45 0 0 0 0 210 210 0 0 73 73 359 Ifugao 113 115 102.61 987 13 108 25 173 1.446 100.743 1.067 43.142 Nueva Ecija-S 478 484 101.751 87. FOF1 Report as of December 2009 (Feb 25.48 10 0 34 39 608 690 0 0 435 435 1.105 0 0 10 10 539 Isabela 2.103 89 14.762 59.983 101.028 145 14.07 0 0 163 10 296 470 0 0 16 16 301 Bataan 240 265 110.99 10 0 0 0 55 65 0 0 42 42 94 Benguet 200 283 141.530 4.398 80.49 8 141 0 0 90 239 0 23 3 26 269 Bulacan 419 419 100.02 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 659 659 876 Pangasinan 1.724 2.37 4.385 Batanes 37 50 135.437 1.22 0 0 0 0 55 55 0 0 192 192 232 Apayao 210 107 50.899 4. CY 2009 TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL PHILIPPINES 85.08 1 3 10 0 613 627 0 0 66 66 655 Quirino 375 494 131.Field Report (Regional Planning Division) .125 106.329 Aurora 485 485 100.DAR-MIS.72 401 10 23 94 191 720 0 0 0 0 650 Tarlac 773 776 100.08 74 0 0 1 69 145 0 0 0 0 204 II 5.91 0 0 0 0 269 269 0 0 11 11 307 La Union 331 665 201. Adjustments made based on latest report submitted by the Mangement Information Service (MIS) 2_/ Non-LBP Compensable SOURCES: Target .

035 102.019 2 13 0 16 2.338 792 0 2.69 1 0 0 0 212 212 0 0 0 0 142 Iloilo 3.550 891 57.62 8 0 9 6 113 135 0 0 73 73 142 Capiz 1.373 Albay 1.049 3. BY LAND TYPE TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO.45 2 0 0 0 49 50 701 0 0 701 277 Eastern Samar 67 218 326. OF ARBs REGION/PROVINCE CY 2009 vs.03 0 0 0 0 318 318 0 0 0 0 165 V 10.44 143 0 43 1 121 308 0 0 94 94 177 Negros Occidental 5.44 4 0 1 18 113 136 2 0 0 2 152 IV-B MIMAROPA 1.46 6 23 2 0 376 407 0 0 0 0 400 Quezon I 670 740 110.218 124.00 0 0 0 0 372 372 0 0 0 0 294 Masbate 1.18 71 0 30 56 810 967 42 0 85 127 729 Catanduanes 428 372 87.26 0 9 105 15 841 971 0 0 0 0 620 Rizal 138 138 100.153 971 84.55 103 0 507 45 12 666 387 0 1.258 1.041 2.532 235 15.16 464 15 140 177 2.031 144 2.015 981 96.103 Biliran 22 31 141.82 478 859 1.51 95 15 17 0 731 858 10 0 23 33 537 Sorsogon 1.37 18 0 1 0 216 235 0 0 0 0 176 Camarines Norte 1.93 13 0 1 0 17 31 0 0 0 0 38 Leyte 1.07 86 3 45 18 326 477 0 0 0 0 452 Mindoro Oriental 316 375 118.165 5.416 387 0 2.279 554 43.07 0 3 13 0 23 39 88 0 92 179 118 Northern Samar 238 264 111.62 1 0 142 0 39 182 0 0 799 799 433 .802 Aklan 462 463 100.12 147 0 6 2 131 286 0 0 0 0 274 VI 11.979 59.32 34 0 75 31 751 891 68 0 338 407 924 Guimaras 201 212 105.604 50.55 22 46 109 112 2.482 Negros Oriental 5.865 5 0 109 114 2.107 88.294 1.025 1.81 2 0 0 0 374 375 0 0 0 0 283 Palawan 324 504 155.01 45 0 203 315 274 837 3 0 1.274 4.02 62 37 22 20 280 421 0 0 687 687 1.937 2. LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT.90 77 3 374 349 536 1.377 4.596 63.850 402 10.959 3.235 286 23.562 49.298 100.32 3 0 0 79 120 202 0 13 0 13 251 Cavite 554 564 101.78 10 0 0 9 27 45 0 0 366 366 678 Mindoro Occidental 867 477 55.031 3.56 97 3 54 46 1.219 VII 7.11 0 0 0 7 112 119 0 0 344 344 198 Antique 317 208 65.96 0 0 0 0 171 171 0 0 0 0 157 VIII 3.150 2.180 4.11 292 859 904 99 711 2.18 181 44 528 188 475 1.476 3.170 Marinduque 170 411 241.020 4.432 34.376 Siquijor 168 171 101.32 6 14 0 0 720 740 0 0 0 0 512 Quezon II 1.531 73 0 958 1.819 Bohol 698 714 102.272 52 0 108 160 2.972 105.436 18 0 632 650 2.82 4 0 0 0 560 564 0 0 0 0 494 Laguna 324 407 125.793 3.429 Batangas 121 215 178.878 1.096 Southern Leyte 157 751 478.551 1.904 2.086 109.61 0 0 8 19 193 220 18 0 266 284 592 Romblon 227 318 140.05 16 0 14 33 135 199 0 0 65 65 141 Western Samar 1.135 1.26 16 7 0 123 12 158 0 0 556 556 804 Cebu 1.236 1.730 3. CY 2009 TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL IV-A: CALABARZON 2.880 2.28 132 0 85 119 217 554 0 0 0 0 363 Camarines Sur 4.132 1.088 2.094 27.

LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO. OF ARBs
REGION/PROVINCE CY 2009 vs. CY 2009
TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL
IX 3,020 3,239 107.24 0 3 160 103 2,829 3,095 0 0 144 144 2,247
Sibugay 1,000 943 94.32 0 3 10 0 845 857 0 0 86 86 608
Zambo. Norte 1,094 1,043 95.36 0 0 92 101 793 986 0 0 57 57 721
Zambo. Sur 926 1,252 135.21 0 0 58 2 1,192 1,252 0 0 0 0 918
X 4,189 3,426 81.78 51 11 204 134 2,268 2,669 187 0 569 756 2,761
Bukidnon 1,544 1,585 102.69 47 9 163 69 924 1,213 187 0 186 373 1,563
Camiguin 20 22 109.37 0 0 0 0 22 22 0 0 0 0 22
Lanao Norte 828 842 101.70 0 0 11 13 818 842 0 0 0 0 585
Misamis Occidental 1,074 217 20.22 4 2 0 12 179 197 0 0 20 20 201
Misamis Oriental 723 759 105.01 0 0 31 41 325 396 0 0 363 363 390
XI 3,587 3,205 89.35 20 0 436 43 2,362 2,862 0 0 343 343 3,153
Compostela Valley 727 759 104.46 0 0 67 14 678 759 0 0 0 0 824
Davao City 549 584 106.43 12 0 0 0 229 241 0 0 343 343 340
Davao Norte 750 792 105.65 6 0 41 29 716 792 0 0 0 0 912
Davao Oriental 727 761 104.62 0 0 153 0 608 761 0 0 0 0 619
Davao Sur 834 308 36.97 2 0 175 0 131 308 0 0 0 0 458
XII 16,505 8,671 52.54 143 154 1,665 0 1,331 3,293 421 0 4,957 5,378 4,647
Cotabato 6,544 1,497 22.88 22 76 313 0 996 1,407 90 0 0 90 852
Saranggani 2,501 832 33.27 0 0 436 0 124 560 272 0 0 272 1,067
South Cotabato 4,954 5,564 112.31 103 0 329 0 174 606 0 0 4,957 4,957 2,302
Sultan Kudarat 2,506 779 31.08 18 78 587 0 38 720 59 0 0 59 426
XIII 2,373 2,436 102.64 35 0 541 46 753 1,374 0 0 1,062 1,062 1,405
Agusan Norte 302 324 107.27 25 0 0 16 106 147 0 0 177 177 202
Agusan Sur 988 1,091 110.46 5 0 29 22 395 450 0 0 641 641 616
Surigao Norte 342 276 80.71 5 0 15 8 236 264 0 0 12 12 211
Surigao Sur 741 744 100.46 0 0 497 0 17 514 0 0 231 231 376

ARMM 5,553 3,460 62.31 381 0 1,052 0 2,028 3,460 0 0 0 0 1,532
Basilan 206 174 84.66 0 0 174 0 0 174 0 0 0 0 77
Lanao Sur 2,771 2,028 73.18 0 0 0 0 2,028 2,028 0 0 0 0 915
Maguindanao 1,675 699 41.74 381 0 318 0 0 699 0 0 0 0 349
Shariff Kabunsuan 0 0 #DIV/0! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sulu 902 559 62.02 0 0 559 0 0 559 0 0 0 0 191
Tawi-Tawi 0 0 #DIV/0! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Table 3b
CUMULATIVE LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY REGION
1972 to December 2009

LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE
REGION SCOPE ACCOMP % Private Agricultural Lands Non-Private Agricultural Lands NO. OF
AREA (Ha) ACCOMP OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL ARBs

PHILIPPINES 5,163,751 4,166,023 81 574,811 166,488 607,391 286,568 733,994 2,369,253 748,571 81,087 967,113 1,796,771 2,431,271
CAR 120,445 94,998 79 1,269 1,177 1,039 198 21,713 25,396 0 0 69,602 69,602 75,317
I 148,118 138,704 94 30,664 1,821 8,869 1,558 72,475 115,388 1,969 301 21,045 23,316 113,707
II 408,563 345,469 85 78,798 9,279 47,455 12,090 51,070 198,693 43,579 4,581 98,616 146,776 198,003
III 443,720 403,325 91 203,258 5,996 28,247 29,963 34,831 302,294 15,763 57,257 28,011 101,031 258,596
IV-A 214,662 162,548 76 15,707 1,091 27,004 40,028 32,426 116,257 26,841 5,504 13,945 46,291 104,369
IV-B 198,536 165,587 83 15,810 2,108 12,774 17,075 43,292 91,059 14,493 4,974 55,060 74,528 116,751
V 397,336 291,290 73 49,289 17,393 53,493 41,228 78,909 240,313 12,646 3,081 35,251 50,978 174,925
VI 521,846 372,241 71 41,014 63,788 115,998 33,114 38,759 292,673 20,658 74 58,836 79,568 261,169
VII 236,701 157,144 66 18,217 4,002 31,299 21,677 5,459 80,654 7,349 0 69,141 76,491 121,855
VIII 488,710 416,605 85 20,552 8,210 23,597 31,465 17,734 101,558 112,871 615 201,561 315,047 186,030
IX 233,717 206,990 89 10,672 7,779 16,436 13,465 80,428 128,779 21,105 2,983 54,122 78,210 118,474
X 349,351 283,459 81 16,870 3,014 18,096 10,088 73,188 121,257 98,942 0 63,259 162,202 161,705
XI 300,595 227,870 76 8,644 6,991 67,488 20,400 52,056 155,580 34,795 0 37,496 72,290 162,784
XII 561,269 483,149 86 34,152 13,278 102,830 4,321 45,239 199,820 244,850 212 38,268 283,329 207,566
CARAGA 235,259 216,289 92 6,523 3,400 31,135 7,736 28,790 77,585 19,269 1,474 117,961 138,704 106,088
ARMM 304,923 200,355 66 23,372 17,160 21,629 2,161 57,624 121,946 73,440 31 4,938 78,409 63,932

1_/ Subject for validation
2_/ Non-LBP Compensable

SOURCES:
Accomplishment: 1972-1995 - MIS Updated Report 2008 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2008 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs)
1996-2000 - DLR, Table 4 2009 - MIS, FOF 1 Report as of December 2009 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs)
2001 - BLAD, Joint DLR-LRA Report
2002 - 2004 - MIS, Table 4
2005 - BLAD, CY 2005 LAD Accomplishment Report by Land Type & Mode of Acquisition
2006 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2006 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs)
2007 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2007 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs)

Table 3c
CUMULATIVE LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY PROVINCE 1_/
1972 to December 2009

TOTAL PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL NO. OF ARBs
REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP -
PROVINCE (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 5,163,751 4,166,023 81 574,811 166,488 607,391 286,568 733,994 2,369,253 748,571 81,087 967,113 1,796,771 2,431,271
LUZON 1,534,043 1,310,631 85 345,506 21,472 125,389 100,912 255,808 849,087 102,646 72,617 286,280 461,543 866,743
CAR 120,445 94,998 79 1,269 1,177 1,039 198 21,713 25,396 - - 69,602 69,602 75,317
Abra 26,223 25,323 97 305 68 17 57 8,178 8,626 - - 16,697 16,697 20,911
Apayao 7,999 7,256 91 204 277 59 18 2,484 3,042 - - 4,213 4,213 5,560
Benguet 22,571 18,470 82 158 102 - - 2,192 2,452 - - 16,018 16,018 18,627
Ifugao 27,950 14,334 51 266 311 327 - 5,243 6,147 - - 8,187 8,187 10,793
Kalinga 22,026 18,158 82 305 418 620 123 2,817 4,283 - - 13,874 13,874 10,955
Mt. Province 13,675 11,458 84 31 - 17 - 798 846 - - 10,612 10,612 8,471
I 148,118 138,704 94 30,664 1,821 8,869 1,558 72,475 115,388 1,969 301 21,045 23,316 113,707
Ilocos Norte 33,425 29,152 87 1,195 177 2,281 - 23,092 26,745 - - 2,407 2,407 16,953
Ilocos Sur 22,323 21,595 97 3,761 909 2,161 - 13,835 20,666 - - 929 929 25,388
La Union 18,646 17,526 94 1,467 41 271 286 5,682 7,747 0 - 9,779 9,780 24,613
Pangasinan 73,724 70,430 96 24,242 693 4,156 1,272 29,867 60,230 1,969 301 7,930 10,200 46,753

1_/ Preliminary. Subject to validation.
2_/ Non-LBP Compensable
SOURCES: Accomplishment 1972-1995 - MIS Updated Repor 2006 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2006 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs
1996-2000 - DLR, Table 4 2007 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2007 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs
2001 - BLAD, Joint DLR-LRA Repor 2008 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2008 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs
2002 - 2004 - MIS, Table 4 2009 - MIS, FOF 1 Report as of December 2009 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs
2005 - BLAD, CY 2005 LAD Accomplishment Report by Land Type & Mode of Acquisitio

291 104.738 90 14.249 329 18.369 Batangas 40.134 1.208 1. 1.810 2.733 58.642 53.916 10.517 1.194 74 1. 380 380 6.819 42.084 1.144 Cagayan 166. 5.887 90 10.493 4.818 221.324 89 47.334 10.234 6.751 Marinduque 29.686 Romblon 14.512 .198 328.389 1.538 1.920 4. 3. 4.659 4.168 5.587 83 15.720 403.512 16.480 52.010 25. 7.707 1.522 Nueva Vizcaya 46.294 15.108 8.324 25.199 39.536 165.192 241 1.455 12.490 310 2.258 5. .075 43.934 18.055 35. 20.687 88 931 2.847 84 622 89 655 1.564 9.489 2.677 1.084 8.251 1.053 5.807 48.371 77.095 2.542 64.471 7.462 6.090 51.800 67.279 47.004 40.066 14.449 1.403 80 28.590 41.095 414 7.795 10.059 14.704 8.027 92 44.417 483 4.467 9.246 29. .603 .903 35.164 53.996 28.186 5.468 21.558 .467 .693 43.526 14.684 31 900 33 6.185 3.350 8.026 58 3.606 22.070 198.226 25.471 24.581 91 2.504 13.788 50 781 1.866 7.558 37.210 3.108 12.672 81 2.193 .120 IV-A: CALABARZON 214.562 77 1.955 Quezon I 50.040 18.686 14.636 54.343 8.948 587 .478 69.335 Tarlac 80.288 6.841 5. .637 89 66.771 223 1.301 5.871 10.051 38. 633 15.206 755 1.810 8.332 694 145 69 7.091 27.425 Bulacan 43.402 1.209 3. .417 35. 3.763 57.942 9.729 339 17.963 34.010 IV 413.208 11.035 3.578 4. 1.554 18.613 6.254 Rizal 26.949 .585 III 443.520 4.017 5 543 6.616 146.572 72 277 51 2.166 3.996 6.506 10.176 8.325 91 203.596 Aurora 18.903 32.243 7.722 92 2.020 2.893 8.063 7.831 302.057 8.617 16.905 98 214 .811 10.277 542 2.976 13.469 85 78.221 Pampanga 60.495 Palawan 62.622 Mindoro Oriental 53.450 16.116 2.453 104.122 54 7.086 Mindoro Occidental 38.257 28.031 258.826 2.201 . TOTAL PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL NO.340 21.973 .311 25.386 2.262 3.984 772 8.862 .860 Laguna 23.974 3.718 207. 49 500 5. 78 1.028 32.394 18.368 101.665 85 1. 464 464 .344 81.473 151.164 .458 17.396 25.956 34.986 Bataan 21.325 2. .030 1.379 IV-B MIMAROPA 198.563 . .662 162.316 41.581 98.493 .766 52.389 25.612 7.647 13 4.852 3.135 79 31. 17.594 18.922 84 1.065 31. OF ARBs REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP - PROVINCE (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL II 408.579 4.299 12.863 14.546 28.507 19. 22.548 76 15.222 71.211 Nueva Ecija-S 69. 1.248 17.103 75.779 57. 201 201 1.141 85 17. .700 79 1.688 6.168 132.025 40.011 Quirino 26.528 116.004 25.798 9.544 20.598 103.640 20.003 Batanes 479 665 139 .050 22.851 49.705 11.055 Cavite 10.699 7.426 116.834 8.695 3.593 7.685 98 32.815 8.544 4.776 198.040 325 4.167 4.517 3.540 Zambales 32.025 69 3.694 52.247 29.914 8.563 345.850 43.167 10.945 46.257 26.486 10.976 1.515 97 1.392 3.921 59.290 78 4.401 5.022 29.552 4.475 .173 4.573 51.778 6.042 11.822 13 4.696 34.956 22.034 15.060 74.292 91.872 5.569 89 39.515 99 3.774 17.689 149 885 4.866 Quezon II 64.011 101.006 120.278 14.974 55.554 .741 Isabela 169.628 26.512 21.868 Nueva Ecija-N 116.590 18.

210 23.557 91 1.762 Masbate 83.965 110 426 124 381 761 725 2.191 1.085 44 .717 206.228 78.669 311.031 87 1.107 1.047 186.194 74 8.999 79.527 682 15.475 20.129 8.764 68 11.519 19.198 19.183 15.598 5.626 9.673 20.672 33.472 12.122 78.077 9.034 450 2.423 18. 5. 11.641 Zambo.261 21.190 .356 67.343 .292 15.072 45 4.117 1.846 372.147 5.769 46.605 85 20.349 .297 80 13.025 3.047 11.043 129.755 23. 13.186 . .062 82.881 15.078 15.574 5.698 3. .682 .665 Eastern Samar 73.493 41.406 766 54 0 34 .569 29.357 78 23.559 4.877 26.117 7.707 20.710 416.612 Western Samar 86.593 1.436 13. 16 716 766 . .114 38.269 Negros Occidental 258.988 1.777 10.210 118. .268 97.387 127.230 8.313 12.914 21.737 28.037 516 2.485 140.971 57.079 33.002 31.506 Iloilo 100.986 56.273 5.022 32.344 4.852 5.230 66.648 9.693 .235 33.774 174.770 364. .930 11.336 291.141 9.664 92 2.759 292.072 1.252 MINDANAO 1.120 5. 89 468 547 10.522 .192 1.355 26.012 31.718 7.058 88 7.934 2.998 33.654 7.912 7.714 70 1.925 Albay 76.005 94 7.349 .157 .301 VII 236.327 10.464 7.063 2.818 95 1.637 89. 30.616 14. 5.261 5.853 16.617 IX 233.261 23.769 93 2.428 128.251 50.132 5. .603 135.031 VI 521.050 21.025 .096 1. .465 80.113 59.013 97 263 771 42 158 11.789 522.021 15.514 Northern Samar 71.404 615 95.462 235.597 31.477 Antique 53.715 17.459 80.672 Camarines Sur 131.144 66 18.644.141 76.083 Leyte 216.941 3.536 17.388 37.521 7.491 121.144 13 .221 545 3.013 45. .904 Southern Leyte 19. 12.645 5.785 4.788 115.827 10.614 20.289 17.862 145.418 12. 5.091 63 610 399 373 2.233 75.701 683.010 279.677 5.520 16.237.299 21.502 45.680.269 162.106 734.390 13.056 14.459 .978 174.953 1.779 16.836 79.259 Guimaras 16.491 7.547 2. Norte 65.235 2. 28.880 12.223 133.368 51.587 1.626 16. TOTAL PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL NO.217 4.035 61.081 35.626 30.021 5.075 15.561 315.006 6.603 5.117 28.734 101.642 59.154 6.930 18.701 65. 15.088 29.588 1.723 Sorsogon 45.321 23.961 4.382 54.983 54.510 123 1.200 16.862 34.566 10.944 4.682 810 3. 640 684 13.249 64 4. 69.047 24. .020 50.568 261.990 89 10.054 11.224 Cebu 57.863 80.543 30.672 7. 2.206 2.108 .417.646 3.576 .280 75 129.357 Capiz 67.448 12.381 6.003 29.779 21.018 21.074 72 9.947 .257 Zambo.368 85 282 12.871 615 201.658 74 58.232 78 4.589 .701 16.021 418.030 Biliran 20.524 3.558 112.855 Bohol 42.092 74 2.393 53.128 34.169 Aklan 25.953 30.530 62.387 1.198 153.552 8. 579 VIII 488.631 15.083 743.083 8.527 247 192 1. 38.078 13.180 360 46.696 47.575 Catanduanes 13.394 224.952 103.881 23.761 27.474 Sibugay 24.574 38.736 756.955 57.014 32.909 240.859 13.290 73 49.765 11.695 91 2. 36 1.979 V 397.428 49.403 2. Sur 143.899 2. 7.962 21.893 3. OF ARBs REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP - PROVINCE (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL BICOL-VISAYAS 1.991 6.537 2.757 84 76.014 63.536 15.167 4.105 2.210 8.701 157. .962 9.336 .997 1.071 93.690 50.114 1.224 1. 5. 7.803 12.162 Camarines Norte 47.104 63 18.519 2.639 1.200 18.875 63.787 Negros Oriental 135.547 11.763 .869 38. 24.123 63 11.861 715. 43.327 7.372 13.610 51.465 17.192 .358 79.730 .645 42.241 71 41.289 50 .265 Siquijor 1. 4 327 331 9. .

810 13.160 21. 2.708 44.231 32.321 45.574 Camiguin 2.119 9.279 7. .474 117.234 72 1.088 73.663 31. .906 25.269 1.212 22.347 212 7.010 30. 20.259 162.034 79.599 90 2.635 1.010 3. 37.076 Surigao Sur 45. 2.355 66 23.400 52.634 25.928 14.290 4.746 308 9.991 67.310 Tawi-Tawi 32.192 15.666 52 1.617 165.660 7.188 121.812 Lanao Sur 137.634 Misamis Oriental 35.135 7.180 13. 63.583 . 48.978 94 854 366 20.010 19.117 10 1.432 94 56 6 62 67 2.818 76 1.691 40.205 19.092 69.585 19.829 20.002 2.424 Sultan Kudarat 143.126 1.525 4.107 41.380 13.732 25.645 90 2.795 .150 Davao Oriental 70.290 162.212 20.871 33.351 283.133 17.766 .088 Agusan Norte 28.654 104.708 56.867 7.294 17.997 6.742 291 4.126 32.255 2. .440 31 4.092 46 996 253 3.214 Surigao Norte 32.400 31.151 26.686 1.152 13. 1.291 Sulu 10. 20.590 39.554 9.614 South Cotabato 123.158 497 2.263 297 34.194 .509 64.790 36.003 22.830 4.207 .912 146.849 9. .523 3.114 51 1. 262 9. 20 470 7.790 77. .182 18.170 14.662 217 5.804 .680 .705 Bukidnon 189.561 ARMM 304.595 227.644 6.730 56.948 42 3 398 1.006 91.566 Cotabato 246.175 .842 6.686 XIII 235.712 6.563 42.427 219.269 483.496 72.422 17.405 641 5.580 34.848 Lanao Norte 93.769 9. 8 26.486 .923 200.245 39.704 106. 41.938 78.400 60.547 4. .634 Davao City 26.321 5.423 2.269 1.366 12.642 45 .409 63.705 .610 6.224 1.743 29.174 12.756 20.488 20.153 14.119 4.736 55 .936 Maguindanao 83.237 Agusan Sur 128. 382 12.906 18. .599 714 1.436 Davao Sur 71.320 13.202 161. 3.056 155.832 115. 11. 98 109 6.712 1.282 17.259 216.638 87 11.312 36.733 17.096 10.946 73.354 72 154 4.924 74 1. 3.183 19.990 79 10.420 2.941 5.954 138.556 XII 561.839 11 .456 .592 16. 9.573 26.257 98.432 .344 67.883 26.958 63 110 .253 XI 300.629 2.060 8.860 127. 10.736 28.223 12. .820 244.341 13.201 40.640 10. 4.471 84.703 1.278 102.208 2.691 1.480 .119 23.149 86 34.492 7.560 7.168 .632 54.593 . 25.294 40. 3.465 1. 6.125 99 1.459 81 16.195 2.217 82 3.942 .426 89 10.092 59.087 72.521 8.239 199.247 9. 861 861 12.870 3.023 1.129 .624 121.392 96.274 3.161 57.048 3.774 6.967 3.453 .737 19.008 Davao Norte 113.597 2.242 40.044 82.550 96.552 1.161 .028 37. TOTAL PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL NO.372 17.183 361 1.279 .140 .514 43. 26.241 2. 985 15.380 23.335 .336 664 3.201 9.094 493 23.287 4.329 207.870 76 8.490 50 21.516 89 10.067 99 1.177 92 5.975 69.289 92 6.140 46.784 Compostela Valley 18.396 Misamis Occidental 28. OF ARBs REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP - PROVINCE (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL X 349.395 50.280 104.961 138.334 21.015 .268 283.396 86 872 169 26.022 25.932 Basilan 40. .376 87.216 27.842 Saranggani 47.232 243 . .914 31 349 9. 87.674 11.850 212 38.039 53.799 88 2.014 18.

OF ARBs INVOLVED REGION % ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET TARGET PHILIPPINES 12.961 12.Field Operations Office (FOO) . BY REGION 1_/ January to December 2009 AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO.346 124 492 351 71 XII 609 440 72 241 161 67 CARAGA 0 21 .740 88 CAR 5 55 1.250 1.377 684 50 X 1. 0 0 - 1_/ Subject to validation SOURES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 Work Plan .100 7 45 643 I 450 614 136 411 759 185 II 305 566 185 203 500 246 III 187 485 259 107 322 301 IV-A 690 969 140 347 413 119 IV-B 0 83 .Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile 4 .084 105 652 610 94 XI 1.507 67 1.117 75 1.165 519 45 VI 449 532 118 287 421 147 VII 480 434 90 552 563 102 VIII 1.986 2.650 1.296 95 6.810 2. 0 12 - ARMM 0 0 . Table 4 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS.090 1. 0 38 - V 2.044 63 704 342 49 IX 2.545 5.

Table 4a ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS. BY PROVINCE 1_/ January to December 2009 AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO.Field Operations Office (FOO) . - Apayao 5 55 1. . 22 Tarlac 30 76 252 73 Zambales .961 12.296 95 6. 34 . - Benguet . 2 Bataan 10 38 384 31 Bulacan 30 50 167 28 Nueva Ecija-North 57 84 148 64 Nueva Ecija-South 45 187 416 102 Pampanga .740 88 CAR 5 55 1. - Cagayan 170 373 219 327 Isabela 100 77 77 65 Nueva Vizcaya 20 60 300 65 Quirino 15 56 373 43 III 187 485 259 107 322 301 Aurora 15 15 . Province .Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile 4 .100 7 45 643 Abra . BY REGION. OF ARBs INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE % ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET TARGET PHILIPPINES 12. - Kalinga . . . . - 1_/ Subject to validation SOURES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 Work Plan .545 5.100 45 Mt. - I 450 614 136 411 759 185 Ilocos Norte 100 141 141 312 Ilocos Sur 150 161 107 158 La Union 100 113 113 166 Pangasinan 100 199 199 123 II 305 566 185 203 500 246 Batanes . - Ifugao .

7 Oriental Mindoro . OF ARBs INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE % ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET TARGET IV-A 690 969 140 347 413 119 Batangas 150 235 157 143 Cavite 100 129 129 53 Laguna 80 148 185 79 Quezon I 80 131 164 69 Quezon II 250 280 112 54 Rizal 30 46 153 15 IV-B . .165 519 45 Albay 449 258 58 105 Camarines Norte 337 223 66 83 Camarines Sur 591 273 46 111 Catanduanes 731 642 88 88 Masbate 449 352 78 49 Sorsogon 253 370 146 83 VI 449 532 118 287 421 147 Aklan 72 73 101 73 Antique 14 22 157 22 Capiz 97 215 222 168 Guimaras 10 11 113 8 Iloilo 151 131 87 77 Negros Occidental 105 80 76 73 VII 480 434 90 552 563 102 Bohol 100 78 78 139 Cebu 210 188 90 214 Negros Oriental 70 66 94 26 Siquijor 100 102 102 184 VIII 1. .810 2. . 31 V 2. 38 - Marinduque .117 75 1. AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO.044 63 704 342 49 Biliran . - Occidental Mindoro 6 . - Palawan . . - Romblon 77 .650 1. 83 . . - Eastern Samar 200 360 180 158 Leyte 550 48 9 15 Northern Samar 200 103 51 25 Southern Leyte 300 21 7 18 Western Samar 400 513 128 126 .

- Tawi-Tawi . . . - . - Basilan .986 2.090 1. . - Sulu . . - Surigao Sur . .377 684 50 Zamboanga del Norte 750 538 72 243 Zamboanga Sibugay 750 493 66 136 Zamboanga del Sur 750 477 64 305 X 1. . . .277 1.507 67 1. 21 . 5 2 Surigao Norte . OF ARBs INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE % ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET ACCOMP VS CY 2009 TARGET TARGET IX 2.084 105 652 610 94 Bukidnon 418 505 121 156 Camiguin 63 46 72 27 Lanao Norte 128 220 172 112 Misamis Occidental 1.250 1. . - ARMM .150 90 250 Misamis Oriental 100 164 164 65 XI 1. - Lanao Sur . 38 Sultan Kudarat 159 . . - Maguindanao . AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO. 34 Sarangani 150 240 160 89 South Cotabato 150 117 . . - CARAGA . . 15 10 Agusan Sur . 12 - Agusan Norte .346 124 492 351 71 Compostela Valley 300 285 95 100 Davao City 56 27 48 24 Davao Del Sur 300 378 126 140 Davao Oriental 158 392 248 42 Davao Province 276 265 96 45 XII 609 440 72 241 161 67 North Cotabato 150 83 .

957 219.157 614 759 150.610 1.900 103.044 342 221.393 2.940 99.051 451 160.529 108.172 485 322 160.505 1.227 79.271 101.791 3.913 12.056 .322 1.974 102.548 566 500 88.970 55 45 1.078 106.053 VII 74. .372 2.916 II 88.507 684 142.341 1.653 CAR 1.277 65.056 1_/ Subject to validation.997 107.346 351 180.187 434 563 74.436 5.223 102. Table 4b ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS.815 440 161 94. OF ARBs AREA (HA) NO.294 X 212.740 1.786 101.048 III 159.034 106.435 45.875 45.296 5.494 IV 158. OF ARBs AREA (HA) NO.190. 11. .015 I 150. OF ARBs PHILIPPINES 1.736 2.976 CARAGA 6.045 1.750 VIII 220.343 219.673 XII 94.074 2.409 2.506 99.265 21 12 6.139 102.117 519 67.277 ARMM 11.084 610 214.686.573 79. BY REGION 1_/ 1964 to December 2009 CUM EO 2008 CY 2009 CUM EO 2009 REGION AREA (HA) NO.533 IX 140.684 XI 179.000 48.928 VI 122.191 1.196.025 102.883 48.956 V 64.698.436 5.632 532 421 123.843 66.407 104.

29 4.192 2.398 1.783 1.770 22.900 77.851 170 5.816 47.92 1.15 IV-B 305 0 0.121 52.33 11.768 1.04 5.236 1.00 5.96 3.10 3.97 ARMM 348 0 0.10 522 613 117.17 860 41 4.494 85.477 1.82 III 639 378 59.64 V 7.31 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile2-Management Information Service (MIS) .21 X 1.) REGION % % % REDOCUMENT REDOCUMENT REDOCUMENT TARGET ACCOMPLISHME TARGET ACCOMPLISHME TARGET ACCOMPLISHME ED ED ED NT NT NT PHILIPPINES 29. Table 5 STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS.244 26.285 3.13 VI 5.42 305 714 234.539 470 7.745 4.457 470 8.153 423 13.76 77.070 3.33 8.07 1.878 4.818 52.199 170 5.675 869 15.009 34.699 12.172 42.570 31.598 50.906 3.57 5.525 87.61 6.512 3.697 50.37 5.139 1.26 II 3.366 608 11.14 2.279 103.92 2.315 388 8.515 34.00 2.15 597 901 150.900 68.318 2.321 2.00 2.55 47.49 5.71 4.400 64.77 I 518 711 137.137 32.00 518 711 137.48 IV-A 120 36 30.19 XI 3.31 IX 844 222 26.178 24.75 VII 644 51 7.11 VIII 4.41 2.29 2.558 64.621 235 6.360 481 35.43 642 649 101.458 1.) (AREA IN HA.26 0 0 0.635 40.747 1.01 16.040 47.85 11.00 793 41 5.88 XII 126 99 78.30 3.33 CAR 67 0 0.474 3.082 0 0.71 CARAGA 651 33 5.463 1.99 1.675 515 6. BY REGION January to December 2009 OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL (AREA IN HA.

49 5.830 91 4. .244 26.00 Ifugao 67 0 0.103 3.00 I 518 711 137.400 64.81 1.62 .00 .00 .26 Ilocos Norte 0 0 0.00 .00 483 .00 Pangasinan 518 711 137.00 . 0.) REGION/PROVINCE TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT PHILIPPINES 29.17 860 41 4. 0.635 40. Table 5a STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS. 0.00 0 0 0.79 5.00 483 0 0.26 0 0 0.00 Benguet 0 0 0.00 518 711 137.26 0 0 0.621 235 6.892 104 5.82 Batanes 0 0 0.00 310 33 10.699 12.906 3.75 Kalinga 0 0 0.00 . .78 Isabela 1.00 La Union 0 0 0. .00 66 30 45.77 Abra 0 0 0.285 3. 0.00 Quirino 61 0 0. 0.00 0 0 0.00 793 41 5.45 127 30 23.00 Ilocos Sur 0 0 0.03 Nueva Vizcaya 95 0 0.00 0 0 0. . BY PROVINCE January to December 2009 OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL (AREA IN HA.26 II 3.00 Apayao 0 0 0.357 65.00 518 711 137. 0. 0. 0.00 0 0 0. .33 8.770 22.474 3.00 . 8 0.816 47.00 Mt.00 Cagayan 1.635 144 8. Province 0 0 0.515 34.00 54 0 0.97 3.76 77.00 149 .) (AREA IN HA.527 248 7.50 3.33 CAR 67 0 0.266 99.00 0 0 0.273 3.00 0 0 0. 0.00 .00 . .00 0 8 0.00 0 0 0.55 47. .65 377 33 8.

71 4.47 Catanduanes 20 9 45.00 0 0 0.71 112 152 135.00 Tarlac 14 40 285.557 11 0.342 64 1.64 Marinduque 28 0 0.34 Romblon 91 0 0.00 53 634 1.32 1.183.00 318 113 35.00 112 152 135.196.81 1.776 843 22.070 3.675 515 6.31 Bulacan 183 128 69.75 1.60 Rizal 0 0 0.00 Sorsogon 796 114 14.59 85 363 427. 65 0.127 24 2.00 Occidental Mindoro 80 0 0.13 Albay 2.584 34 1.32 Pampanga 0 65 0.10 522 613 117.00 359 870 242.92 1.09 95 32 33.48 Aurora 0 14 0.) (AREA IN HA.36 366 67 18.60 924 579 62.00 275 67 24.90 1.236 1.00 966 384 39.00 14 40 285.64 Camarines Sur 2.95 85 190 223.00 47 .06 Nueva Ecija-North 318 48 15.22 Quezon I 48 0 0.745 4.09 0 65 0.82 Masbate 1.13 931 120 12.87 3.06 Bataan 3 5 166. 0.768 1.82 133 338 254.) REGION/PROVINCE TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT III 639 378 59.00 171 75 43.072 384 35.524 325.33 Camarines Norte 363 281 77.53 122 207 169.21 7 24 342.15 Batangas 37 17 45.785 53 1.89 2.67 Cavite 0 0 0.60 101 40 39.82 307 47 15.900 68.058 144 7.00 101 40 39.86 94 99 105.15 597 901 150.34 359 870 242.86 IV-B 305 0 0.71 4.00 2. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL (AREA IN HA.192 809 67.494 85.009 34.00 85 349 410.028 791 76.53 Nueva Ecija-South 87 75 86.066.95 68 83 122.31 V 7.243 1.19 IV-A 120 36 30.32 232 677 291.41 105 1.82 Palawan 0 0 0.00 .279 103.14 2.85 11.66 Oriental Mindoro 106 0 0.463 1.900 77.67 304 42 13.71 Laguna 34 19 55.81 468 1.00 844 579 68.60 Quezon II 0 0 0.06 251 211 84.71 Zambales 34 3 8.23 73 643 880.86 171 75 43.71 0 0 0.95 .14 167 341 204.28 6 124 2.67 40 143 354.00 19 0 0.43 642 649 101.00 47 32 68.

918 21.34 434 433 99.35 Iloilo 1.41 2.61 6.360 481 35.91 Zamboanga Sur 618 88 14.02 46 39 84.24 2.23 8.75 Aklan 61 77 126.37 5.82 355 18 5.19 .13 1.05 2.69 Guimaras 490 54 11.00 4 0 0.417 117 8.906 25.26 1.26 Cebu 156 0 0.952 1.92 2.78 536 93 17.41 2.570 31.315 388 8.672 659 39.22 Siquijor 0 0 0. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL (AREA IN HA.321 2.729 117 6.783 1.178 24.00 15 15 100.00 1.15 Negros Occidental 1.397 12 0.00 101 18 17.47 Antique 416 6 1.00 369 17 4.501 257 10.29 4.53 250 24 9.78 South Bukidnon 113 0 0.00 457 .11 Bohol 144 0 0.77 Southern Samar 171 0 0.625 811 49.63 722 220 30.292 47 2.910 135 4.60 Negros Oriental 344 51 14.33 11.00 5.318 173 13.00 344 0 0.514 18 1.26 2.818 52.121 52.00 580 188 32.00 Lanao Norte 312 0 0.31 Biliran 345 17 4.00 358 423 118.07 Misamis Oriental 389 0 0.43 VII 644 51 7.98 1.28 Northern Samar 97 76 78.00 Camiguin 0 0 0.94 Capiz 1.86 7.477 1.61 Eastern Samar 259 45 17.773 657 23.684 286 16.74 336 91 27.016 710 35.90 207 7 3.16 861 1.57 Zamboanga del Norte 116 12 10.77 550 445 80.77 Misamis Occidental 254 0 0.23 661 143 21.08 Leyte 2.00 80 234 292.466 317 12.455 484 33.19 North Bukidnon 14 0 0.38 2.35 392 6 1.37 77 46 59.41 1. 0.309 1.01 16.457 470 8.460 169.675 869 15.097 33.294 250 10.555 1.16 502 423 84.00 1.87 IX 844 222 26.85 2.00 4 .91 751 1.53 489 82 16.00 2. 0.30 3.60 1.366 608 11.480 317 12.00 VIII 4.539 470 7.44 170 187 110.64 X 1.23 Western Samar 1.83 1.139 1.99 1.125 18 1.93 24 0 0.729 188 10.338 178.00 586 193 32.50 251 234 93.00 15 15 100.512 3.00 94 24 25.172 42.) REGION/PROVINCE TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT VI 5.149 0 0.91 3.878 4.21 Sibugay 110 122 110.040 47.082 0 0.) (AREA IN HA.

189 0 0.) (AREA IN HA.199 170 5.79 140 400 285.00 731 .04 5.189 .00 122 275 225.31 Basilan 0 0 0. 0.82 XII 126 99 78.153 423 13.653 43.96 3.170 1.076 690 64.00 1.71 Cotabato 4 0 0. .851 170 5.00 383 0 0. .93 Lanao Sur 0 0 0.00 .00 0 102 0.00 2.03 Davao Norte 1.846 1. 0.00 0 0 0.398 1.07 1.71 1.71 South Cotabato 8 46 575.) REGION/PROVINCE TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT TARGET REDOCUMENTED % ACCOMPLISHMENT XI 3.00 2.76 Agusan Sur 374 0 0.192 2.697 50.747 1.00 .91 1.44 Davao City 276 0 0.00 Davao Oriental 285 0 0.458 1.00 311 204 65.318 2.00 3.00 ARMM 348 0 0.88 Surigao Sur 20 1 5.38 421 118 28.00 0 0 0.41 170 275 161.204 77.93 279 170 60.10 3. .98 Saranggani 25 0 0.00 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile2-Management Information Service (MIS) .00 Sulu 0 0 0. 0. 0.00 Sultan Kudarat 89 53 59.842 1.00 20 94 470.88 Compostela Valley 820 0 0.00 0 0 0.137 32. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL (AREA IN HA.00 60 150 250.98 Surigao Norte 209 32 15.322 823 62.558 64. 0.00 279 170 60.182 423 35.00 Maguindanao 348 0 0.00 305 94 30.02 3.00 0 0 0.59 336 204 60.42 305 714 234.00 2.57 5.29 2.544 1.53 360 47 13.653 42.54 1.97 Agusan Norte 48 0 0.525 87.55 987 637 64.00 324 32 9.00 820 102 12.204 102.00 52 104 200.00 .00 340 46 13.00 590 .31 115 0 0. 0.06 Prov. Of Dinagat 0 0 0.00 145 118 81.598 50.00 Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0.25 Davao del Sur 590 0 0.13 CARAGA 651 33 5.

ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED TO REDOCU.254 28 63.718 1.403 291 13.812 IX 866 268 598 29 3 569 4.531 6.222 2.250 43.611 13.647 4.968 VII 1. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED TO REDOCU.960 581 30 1.919 2.433 1.668 514 31 1.515 33 6.937 9 5.282 189 13 1.650 66 20.410 7.005 XII 671 127 544 287 43 257 12.409 127 1.558 7.432 5 1.431 4.334 998 25 2.845 7.564 1.126 39 4.942 36 7.421 29 7.730 5 4.928 2.732 164 12.570 384 14 2.635 53.744 793 951 506 29 445 II 7.093 6.916 944 9 8.330 471 6.482 24.589 24 23.391 6 4.207 442 764 614 51 150 2.938 45 3.744 793 951 506 29 445 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.385 29 3. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE MENTED MENTED MENTED DPS MENTATION H-MENT VLT MENTATION H-MENT DPS/VLT MENTATION H-MENT PHILIPPINES 57.157 26.494 149 6.595 IV-A 1.244 32 8.288 20 4.139 706 16 3.152 29 100.036 161 875 59 6 816 I 1.378 6.596 272 5.233 586 13.008 28 9.960 90.196 93.731 509 4.386 1.133 76 3.003 25 978 406 40 572 1.957 31 8.644 7.161 640 49 521 2.426 718 50 709 6.966 6 1.602 605 9.627 56 1.585 VIII 4.584 7.296 135 1.340 51 3.057 473 15 2.835 1.569 3.046 45 1.523 30 16.117 2.030 16.791 133 1.252 1.997 3.728 4.640 10.595 143.097 123 10.623 52 2.904 3. Table 5b STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS.670 2 1.093 16.093 IV-B 886 4 882 326 37 555 5.823 13 6.584 3.426 18.099 1.452 353 6.755 60 810 1.299 160 2.062 143 4.032 20.287 47 1.195 6.974 3.154 2.647 18 16.972 XI 5.486 347 4.296 1.724 40 4.348 2.978 349 7. BY REGION As of December 2009 OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL REGION LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % REDOCU.910 X 3.336 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS Accomplishmen: FOFile2-Management Information Service (MIS) .323 1.682 835 10.345 3.658 873 49 785 4.388 10.847 3.981 III 2.725 1.868 CARAGA 1.721 3 2.940 376 2.630 3.924 21 12.898 29 36.711 141 2.087 V 14.801 41 2.140 1.397 40 3. REDOCU.340 5.504 ARMM 1.098 CAR 68 0 68 18 27 50 969 161 808 41 4 766 1.902 150.414 25 3. REDOCU- INVENTORY G SHIFTED TO REDOCU.918 584 3.934 2.121 VI 11.191 23.186 3.937 31.112 4.747 189 31.058 503 7 5.555 11.810 2.569 221 6.463 547 9.858 471 6 6.

873 1.728 4.960 90.969 Nueva Vizcaya 258 0 258 258 100 0 251 17 233 0 0 233 509 17 491 258 51 233 Quirino 152 0 152 91 60 61 81 0 81 30 37 50 232 0 232 121 52 111 III 2.196 93.195 6.830 9 0 1. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.133 3.036 161 875 59 6 816 Abra 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 8 100 0 8 0 8 8 100 0 Apayao 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Benguet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ifugao 68 0 68 18 27 50 311 0 311 33 11 278 379 0 379 51 14 327 Kalinga 0 0 0 0 0 0 649 161 488 0 0 488 649 161 488 0 0 488 Mt. Province 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1. BY PROVINCE As of December 2009 OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL REGION/PROVINCE LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % REDOCU.627 56 1.635 53.981 Batanes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cagayan 1.821 6.712 771 941 504 29 437 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.400 104 2 4.222 2.755 60 810 1.744 793 951 506 29 445 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.791 133 1.555 11.252 1.847 8.157 26.924 21 12.254 28 63.093 16.658 873 49 785 4.940 376 2.898 29 36.208 75 6.712 771 941 504 29 437 II 7.969 140 1.564 1.798 8.250 43.847 3.037 128 909 429 41 480 Nueva Ecija-North 853 48 806 523 61 282 65 0 65 65 100 0 919 48 871 589 64 282 Nueva Ecija-South 269 75 194 140 52 54 31 0 31 24 76 7 300 75 225 164 55 61 Pampanga 397 65 333 333 84 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 397 65 333 333 84 0 Tarlac 248 40 209 195 79 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 248 40 209 195 79 13 Zambales 86 3 83 35 40 48 435 0 435 369 85 65 520 3 517 404 78 113 .058 503 7 5.744 793 951 506 29 445 Ilocos Norte 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ilocos Sur 32 22 10 2 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 22 10 2 5 9 La Union 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pangasinan 1.818 145 3 3.296 10.673 5.904 3.731 509 4. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE MENTED MENTED MENTED TO DPS MENTATION H-MENT TO VLT MENTATION H-MENT TO DPS/VLT MENTATION H-MENT PHILIPPINES 57.934 2.030 16.902 150.152 29 100. REDOCU- INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.287 53 2.421 29 7.426 18.296 40 4. Table 5c STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.595 143.098 CAR 68 0 68 18 27 50 969 161 808 41 4 766 1.963 3.218 249 2 7. REDOCU.682 835 10.595 Aurora 179 14 165 165 92 0 408 2 406 300 74 106 587 16 571 465 79 106 Bataan 22 5 17 17 77 0 701 131 570 32 5 538 723 136 587 49 7 538 Bulacan 885 128 758 346 39 411 151 0 151 83 55 68 1.845 7.667 Isabela 4.016 1.143 743 4.178 215 7.055 3.117 2.

301 114 1.399 373 2.866 252 6 3.924 9.647 18 16.605 0 9.628 13.690 0 2.616 3.083 54 1.191 23.160 11 2.288 12 17.493 0 2.149 2.397 40 3.733 0 2.367 49 3.510 197 2.810 2.484 56 1.623 263 4 6.601 15 5. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.937 9 5.602 605 9.940 Negros Occidental 3.093 Batangas 224 0 224 204 91 20 294 0 294 190 65 104 517 0 517 394 76 124 Cavite 110 0 110 110 100 0 271 118 152 152 56 0 381 118 263 263 69 0 Laguna 49 25 24 6 13 17 132 3 130 124 94 5 181 28 154 131 72 23 Quezon I 80 0 80 55 69 25 86 1 85 32 37 53 165 1 164 87 53 78 Quezon II 39 0 39 0 0 39 176 0 176 40 23 136 214 0 214 40 19 174 Rizal 502 0 502 31 6 471 338 13 325 101 30 224 840 13 827 132 16 695 IV-B 886 4 882 326 37 555 5.233 586 13.482 24.640 10.111 173 15 939 1.933 23 13. REDOCU- INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.294 21 4.589 24 23.140 1.911 15 2.139 677 59 462 2.757 11 0 2.156 832 26 2.344 . ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.493 591 24 1.259 24 6.429 Camarines Norte 914 317 597 203 22 394 1.137 26 1.523 30 16.299 160 2.997 3.366 964 71 402 Romblon 229 0 229 28 12 201 339 0 339 277 81 63 569 0 569 305 54 264 V 14.968 Aklan 168 7 161 84 50 77 915 47 868 143 16 725 1.097 123 10.008 28 9.324 6.446 60 580 Camarines Sur 3.058 Palawan 13 0 13 13 100 0 1.201 141 10 1.121 Albay 6.025 1.715 17.731 7 1.650 66 20.647 4.586 1.285 23 4.746 7.942 36 7.354 0 1.134 377 2.046 45 1.622 1.724 579 33 1.690 538 20 2.176 43 5.835 1.645 VI 11.515 33 6.558 7.366 0 1.724 40 4.673 614 23 2.183 1.439 114 2.873 0 6.105 482 6.276 3.090 11 3.354 951 70 402 1.673 0 2.169 13 3.372 171 1.974 3.906 14 11.747 189 31.087 Marinduque 35 0 35 5 15 30 20 2 19 0 0 19 56 2 54 5 9 49 Occidental Mindoro 429 4 425 257 60 168 1.060 2.003 25 978 406 40 572 1.161 640 49 521 2.937 31.896 747 26 2.029 227 21 802 Antique 488 24 464 91 19 373 203 6 197 190 93 8 691 30 661 281 41 381 Capiz 2.243 84 185 2.139 0 1.928 2. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE MENTED MENTED MENTED TO DPS MENTATION H-MENT TO VLT MENTATION H-MENT TO DPS/VLT MENTATION H-MENT IV-A 1.531 6. REDOCU.360 Catanduanes 37 24 14 10 26 4 740 0 740 634 86 105 777 24 753 644 83 109 Masbate 1.872 3.823 13 6.313 Oriental Mindoro 180 0 180 24 13 156 2.428 1.622 0 13.605 4.234 1.325 680 28 1.152 5.032 20.145 2.301 Guimaras 774 54 720 531 69 188 51 0 51 39 76 12 825 54 771 570 69 201 Iloilo 3.149 835 39 1.999 Sorsogon 1.584 3.026 55 1.644 7.902 2.667 12 3.079 462 15 2.312 314 13 1.296 135 1.733 809 30 1.655 2.506 2. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL REGION/PROVINCE LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % REDOCU.614 3.187 3 0 1.971 105 3.

668 Misamis Occidental 329 3 327 4 1 322 110 0 110 18 16 92 439 3 437 22 5 414 Misamis Oriental 1.725 1.124 5.071 Northern Samar 319 45 274 177 55 97 461 0 461 133 29 328 780 45 735 310 40 425 Southern Samar 188 124 65 6 3 58 81 0 81 37 46 44 269 124 145 43 16 102 Western Samar 1.099 1.133 76 3.094 2 1. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.208 424 5.155 33 2.812 Biliran 520 127 394 167 32 227 24 0 24 0 0 24 544 127 417 167 31 251 Eastern Samar 260 44 217 0 0 217 77 6 71 5 6 67 338 50 288 5 1 283 Leyte 2.319 4.057 473 15 2.256 .917 1.463 547 9.544 6.149 0 0 1.050 389 4.288 20 4.388 10.076 10 1 1.654 583 22 2.486 347 4.407 776 51 630 South Bukidnon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Camiguin 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 4 0 4 0 0 4 Lanao Norte 1.208 18 2 1.452 353 6.340 5.750 678 39 1.730 5 4.208 0 1.910 Sibugay 89 0 89 0 0 89 805 0 805 210 26 595 895 0 895 210 24 684 Zamboanga del Norte 159 93 66 29 18 38 445 0 445 19 4 426 604 93 511 48 8 464 Zamboanga Sur 617 175 442 0 0 442 3.960 581 30 1.072 2.386 1.801 41 2.124 0 0 1.858 471 6 6. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.668 514 31 1.584 7.480 5 3.284 28 1 2.391 6 4. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE MENTED MENTED MENTED TO DPS MENTATION H-MENT TO VLT MENTATION H-MENT TO DPS/VLT MENTATION H-MENT VII 1.762 X 3.679 IX 866 268 598 29 3 569 4.092 356 33 736 132 3 128 35 26 94 1.041 356 17 1.661 117 2 4.596 272 5.433 1.431 4.284 0 2.654 0 2.041 0 2. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL REGION/PROVINCE LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % REDOCU.867 7 1.475 1.226 6 1.385 29 3.157 7 1.785 117 2 5.190 2.718 1.330 471 6.378 6.414 25 3.966 6 1.860 180 10 1.670 2 1.287 47 1.066 1. REDOCU.972 North Bukidnon 570 39 531 459 81 71 958 82 876 317 33 559 1.170 807 37 1.528 121 1.170 0 2.916 944 9 8.721 3 2.750 0 1.097 179 3.155 28 2.585 Bohol 157 0 157 29 18 128 824 0 824 559 68 265 981 0 981 587 60 393 Cebu 1. REDOCU- INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.685 613 0 613 226 37 386 2.363 Siquijor 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 15 15 100 0 15 0 15 15 100 0 VIII 4.076 0 1.220 391 32 829 Negros Oriental 419 0 419 129 31 290 1.158 34 1.323 1.139 706 16 3.149 710 0 710 180 25 530 1.154 2.

260 1.079 442 636 614 57 22 396 12 384 384 97 0 1. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.630 3.611 13.104 1.410 25 7. REDOCU- INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.210 80 208 258 0 258 106 41 152 1.160 55 944 531 0 531 400 75 131 2.417 1.569 221 6.039 493 45 546 South Cotabato 17 0 17 17 100 0 308 0 308 303 98 5 325 0 325 320 98 5 Sultan Kudarat 171 53 118 47 27 71 2.091 Maguindanao 1.316 75 359 Davao City 287 10 277 200 70 77 369 5 364 118 32 246 656 15 641 318 48 323 Davao Norte 2.859 6.732 164 12.559 59 1.238 2.186 3.675 1.126 39 4.919 2.410 7.021 41 1.091 0 0 2.062 143 4.296 1. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE INVENTORY G SHIFTED REDOCU.403 291 13.091 2.918 584 3.711 141 2.656 Surigao Norte 208 40 168 0 0 168 109 108 1 0 0 1 318 148 169 0 0 169 Surigao Sur 169 4 165 100 59 65 559 85 474 53 10 421 728 89 639 153 21 486 Prov.334 998 25 2.652 17 2. OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL REGION/PROVINCE LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR % REDOCU.623 52 2.582 41 3.505 87 1.168 2.351 2.239 CARAGA 1.435 6 5.005 Compostela Valley 1.504 Agusan Norte 146 7 139 76 52 63 466 22 444 315 68 130 612 28 583 391 64 193 Agusan Sur 886 77 809 13 1 797 5.207 442 764 614 51 150 2.762 87 1.105 67 1.426 718 50 709 6.938 45 3.432 5 1.472 212 2.409 127 1.340 51 3.941 9.569 3.501 12 9.489 2.635 1.410 26 6.075 Davao del Sur 574 6 568 20 3 548 111 0 111 94 85 17 685 6 679 114 17 566 Davao Oriental 575 23 552 33 6 519 163 0 163 0 0 163 738 23 715 33 4 682 XII 671 127 544 287 43 257 12.957 31 8.868 Cotabato 145 7 138 0 0 138 9.321 83 6.301 159 2.091 0 0 2.221 130 2. ACCOMPLIS BALANCE MENTED MENTED MENTED TO DPS MENTATION H-MENT TO VLT MENTATION H-MENT TO DPS/VLT MENTATION H-MENT XI 5. REDOCU.221 130 2.978 349 7.093 6.348 2.428 2.345 3.112 4.336 Basilan 128 0 128 0 0 128 95 0 95 0 0 95 223 0 223 0 0 223 Lanao Sur 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.244 32 8. Of Dinagat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ARMM 1.494 149 6.078 Saranggani 338 67 271 223 66 48 767 0 767 270 35 498 1.121 17 2.142 974 42 1.356 5 9.474 454 1.570 384 14 2.282 189 13 1.020 998 68 22 Sulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile2-Management Information Service (MIS) .570 47 2.

100 Nueva Ecija-North 881 313 591 591 . .055 8.200 Pangasinan 1. 1.176 La Union 1. .669 52. .200 1. 1.000 1.248 Aurora 264 190 14 11 4 260 Bataan 528 430 98 34 29 499 Bulacan 100 . IN HECTARES January to December 2009 SURVEY RETURNS BALANCE VS TARGET FIELD WORK WITH APPROVED REGION MODULED TRANSMITTED TARGET CY 2009 COMPLETED SURVEY PLANS TO LMS-DENR (W/ ASP) PHILIPPINES 146. .046 101 101 101 1.233 37 37 .200 . BY REGION.348 9. .330 . 1.744 3.636 9.328 121.007 9.800 3.300 III 3.000 936 72 65 2 998 Mt. 501 Apayao 200 45 92 92 83 117 Benguet 2. BY PROVINCE. 501 442 344 1.240 441 139 139 138 1. .416 I 4.305 Abra 501 502 . .279 25. .200 1.628 943 438 5.219 4. 881 Nueva Ecija-South 880 . .295 63 63 24 1.350 48.000 Ifugao 500 . Province 1.513 60. .986 Nueva Vizcaya 1. 74 74 61 819 Pampanga 134 93 29 29 29 105 Tarlac 440 335 106 88 20 420 Zambales 208 16 44 44 44 164 . .200 1.542 550 992 314 126 1.737 .438 2.739 9.675 Ilocos Norte 1.219 Batanes 12 900 .102 Quirino 1. .341 CAR 5. 33 33 .200 Ilocos Sur 1.366 1.556 1.435 1.377 989 904 187 3. 472 472 227 273 Kalinga 1.333 .574 201 201 125 4.099 II 13. Table 6 STATUS OF CY 2009-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS OF COLLECTIVE CLOA. 181 Isabela 2.099 9. 2. 12 Cagayan 8.300 .

. 25 25 25 326 Quezon II 1. 1.743 687 278 4. . .010 1.114 Albay 1.188 Negros Occidental 5. 1. 725 Quezon I 351 .157 1.773 2.325 1.802 .346 457 168 104 73 4. 1.376 784 777 303 . 2. 24 . .377 VII 3.778 2. .347 93 13.500 394 63 32 29 1. 70 IV-B 3. SURVEY RETURNS BALANCE VS TARGET FIELD WORK WITH APPROVED REGION MODULED TRANSMITTED TARGET CY 2009 COMPLETED SURVEY PLANS TO LMS-DENR (W/ ASP) IV-A 4. . . . 219 18 18 982 Negros Oriental 1.467 .198 477 844 Siquijor 348 . .369 7. 57 27 7 1. . . 1.471 Cavite 500 .215 2.090 Cebu 1.273 Batangas 1. . 51 8 8 672 VI 13.000 .376 Eastern Samar 2.268 1.958 .820 500 4 . . .276 Aklan 648 166 556 490 17 631 Antique 3. 3.311 1. . .644 313 16. 2.025 23 5. 2.091 Sorsogon 680 . .047 5.203 Bohol 1.826 Southern Leyte 1.274 1.436 265 70 43 10.120 410 29 29 29 3.689 1.242 .935 4 1 .727 1.652 4 58 27 7 3. .200 63 56 47 19 1.820 Camarines Norte 1.917 13 .230 3.355 1.355 Capiz 459 . 527 212 3 456 Guimaras 292 27 237 126 23 269 Iloilo 3.567 309 127 .104 1.268 Northern Samar 3.467 1.635 4. .645 Marinduque 1.849 Catanduanes 611 520 166 33 6 605 Masbate 3. .925 599 3.009 Biliran 838 699 478 256 35 803 Leyte 5.077 .307 690 271 .026 132 27 27 3. 2.935 Occidental Mindoro 14 .077 Camarines Sur 2. 14 Oriental Mindoro 154 .849 6 15 . . 500 Laguna 725 . 648 648 43 1.958 2. . 82 61 61 287 VIII 16.133 .778 Western Samar 2. 1. 307 V 10.322 10.181 Rizal 70 . .400 3.321 . 154 Palawan 1. 3.235 Romblon 307 .

388 1.996 5.624 Zamboanga Sur 3.230 1. 1.298 7.420 6.867 6 2.134 .595 3.219 5. 1.624 . . 417 SOURCES: #REF! Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan . .361 Maguindanao 1.595 3.595 .601 528 498 3.582 .002 998 ARMM 7.888 6.422 2.464 997 4.377 Compostela Valley 2.256 1.226 1.186 430 2.205 22 2.860 883 127 1.653 458 389 6 3.807 South Cotabato 5. . 1.244 830 2.623 North Bukidnon 5.011 746 5.336 Zamboanga Norte 2. .019 852 179 1. 2.359 Agusan Sur 2. .543 1. 1.310 1.860 254 1.004 2.035 Tawi-Tawi 417 537 193 193 .Field Operation Office(FOO) . 1.221 30 7.966 2.821 Davao City 1.963 7. 1.254 Davao Sur 2. 118 Surigao Sur 2. 9 9 9 2. 252 252 252 2.508 6.048 Lanao Norte 2.782 7. 2. 1. SURVEY RETURNS BALANCE VS TARGET FIELD WORK WITH APPROVED REGION MODULED TRANSMITTED TARGET CY 2009 COMPLETED SURVEY PLANS TO LMS-DENR (W/ ASP) IX 9.953 4.283 1.328 9.480 Basilan 580 286 322 121 101 479 Lanao Sur 2.746 Surigao Norte 1. 2.901 9.826 .022 Zamboanga Sibugay 4.979 1.680 1.588 Misamis Oriental 1.140 2.234 .135 4.000 8 2.573 Cotabato 4.496 Misamis Occidental 1.917 1.280 XII 16.738 372 3.421 1.028 1. 2. .710 CARAGA 8.048 . 51 28 .658 Saranggani 3.213 3.310 2.065 .582 Camiguin 1.910 2.657 4.395 1.791 1.230 1.016 .559 490 9.122 1.317 2.250 South Bukidnon 2.786 .156 2.985 Agusan Norte 3. 15 15 15 985 Davao Norte 2.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FO File 3 .600 938 378 96 12 1.000 .496 .062 1.714 2.964 1.543 998 . 3.659 XI 9.212 1.846 1.000 .690 X 15.755 13.037 Davao Oriental 2.009 6.018 885 14. 1.289 .637 2. .236 3.125 378 9.762 1. .289 .487 2.000 .910 Sulu 2.398 Sultan Kudarat 3.787 5.289 6 827 431 35 2.

CLOA SURVEY NOT PRIORITIZED PROVINCE AS OF DECEMBER VLT TO FARMER'S TO SUB-TOTAL AS OF ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO NEEDED FOR 2009 ORGANIZATION COOPERATIVE DECEMBER 2009 BE SUBDIVIDED SUBDIVISION PHILIPPINES 2.141 5.063 5.685 21 10.239 41.063 55.941 2.311 48.821 72 2.116 30 4.413 192 2. % COLL. - Ilocos Sur 12.511 47 2.320 Nueva Ecija-South 13.199 2.603 18. 3 34 37 74 4.733 17.021 579 .540 17.124 7.948 56 33.462 40 29.593 I 61. 1. . BY PROVINCE.661 6.376 148. 29.527 .255 2. Table 6a STATUS OF SURVEY PROJECTS OF COLLECTIVE CLOAS.897 . 16.415 1.897 15. 661 3.395 2.139 87 2.028 9.934 21 55 17.263 29 3. 916 .292 10.091 Apayao 3.793 .521 4.675 . 1.954 .650 1.183 19 5. 229 .895 45 21.824 Pampanga 2.492 8 .497 Isabela 47.110 93 231 Bataan 9.860 1.436 41.879 3.472 6.821 CAR 61.033 3.966 .271 .923 37 30.981 5.185 76.295 34.961 694.756 .350 757 10 6.601 1.776 2. .145 940 8. 12.249 .625 570 12 4.645 Nueva Vizcaya 24.991 16.825 Ilocos Norte 19.158 311.303 Batanes 430 .115 .860 23 638 . 33 4.251 42. 419 9.501 1.167 Benguet 11.934 . 3. 163 2.838 Aurora 4.080 262 451 19.341 3. 1.255 8 14. 43. .205.653 4. 200 2. .445 30 3.106 18 . . .854 3.846 480 1. .825 Pangasinan 19. .348 .984 9.695 Mt. 13.055 Bulacan 4.892 385 515 51.808 1.737 .607 102 .421 620.971 .374 424 609 . 1.032 64 1.975 7. 76.398 .474 1.865 7. .398 .127 44 890.652 100 II 152. .793 . 229 201 66 33 135 Cagayan 62.818 124 829 . 953 10. 163 .295 39.950 25 .579 9.992 71 816 Tarlac 6.292 67 3.246 III 71.815 50 4.711 7. 9 2.462 12.780 Quirino 17.637 192 50.841 .670 17. 1. .709 47 47 100 - La Union 9.636 16. . 978 6.136 6.906 29 4.325 1.825 8.471 145 4. Province 8.774 31. 916 23. 5.882 8 .993 3.955 4. BY REGION.062 Zambales 15. 19.209 3. 1.573 Kalinga 7.907 .959 5.584. 12.251 41 4.628 Ifugao 11.238 508 4.010 2. .580 2.773 105.747 Abra 18.335 2. 557 579 .298 1.922 9.211 68 7.415 Nueva Ecija-North 12. IN HECTARES As of December 2009 NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION COLLECTIVE COLLECTIVE CLOA CUMULATIVE BALANCE VS.277 52 8.665 2. CLOA (NET) REGION/ INVENTORY TITLE ISSUED TITLE ISSUED ACCOMP.

639 7.717 55.012 Marinduque 17.183 8.879 16.667 Quezon II 13.769 13 53.125 201.225 144 1 12.283 28.920 26.609 10 4 9.521 44 35. 911 1.527 7 900 13 391 1.666 4.329 .881 .413 74 11. 303 90 29 422 2.378 9. .935 .126 38.288 4.957 Cavite 3.611 .126 68 3. 4 975 4.605 3.135 1.234 51 54.011 Antique 42.212 1 3.503 60 2.803 Leyte 62.263 504 8.207 60 15.289 .106 16.172 54 7.235 Capiz 19.452 21 39. 753 398 1 1.687 600 1 4.288 112.168 9.291 Rizal 2.728 17.307 Iloilo 31.648 12.338 13. 579 9 1 11 8 VIII 233.154 17.842 26.688 Cebu 7. .776 227 .797 .999 Albay 29.014 926 506 32.132 . 88 15.118 13 34 4.021 Occidental Mindoro 4. . 2. .548 Romblon 5.325 11.755 23. 1.271 Western Samar 52. 25 13 3 41 7. 4. .124 65 26.413 29 30.810 3.194 10.903 69 5.177 7.212 . 6 20 23.424 82 757 Oriental Mindoro 13. 9.171 1.271 22 66 .481 . 404 367 96 867 12. 3.127 74.700 Siquijor 588 .665 100 1 V 147. 3.930 7 7 .940 Bohol 18.216 13. 579 .092 . 1.715 7.533 25.576 5.576 .428 .638 30 18. 3.177 105 1 .093 489 2. 227 Laguna 7.189 Catanduanes 11.150 .152 61.044 .387 .942 .136 48.627 23 5. .232 Batangas 13. . CLOA (NET) REGION/ INVENTORY TITLE ISSUED TITLE ISSUED ACCOMP.181 3.276 27 35. 382 671 18. 4. 11.928 .935 Quezon I 8.436 28.303 3 7.802 50 3.106 39 20.479 .925 5 1.201 50. % COLL.997 . 2.734 57 5.155 IV-B 83. 3.210 26 17.505 111.387 151 8 2.544 Negros Oriental 23.030 72 2.417 7.150 10. 971 .643 VI 233. 3.539 49 18.189 452 2.233 Camarines Norte 15.003 .542 .648 6.742 . 289 .233 57.641 .832 87 712 Masbate 33. .091 10 . . .075 52 2. 3.090 Camarines Sur 44.910 Northern Samar 54.081 Eastern Samar 42.486 61 9.573 4. 536 36 388 960 7. 662 41.761 VII 50.541 388 274 .027 490 16.005 62 3. .679 4.620 596 95 12. .567 .215 Biliran 8. .132 Sorsogon 13. .544 4. . 3.154 . 5.197 13 34 35.908 11.889 .366 57 12.909 596 .685 Palawan 41. 5. 95 2.388 11.395 114 1.798 58 7. 2.408 Southern Leyte 13.261 52 1.769 27 20.819 9. 70 .126 5. .542 23.423 28.606 Aklan 15. 70 42.090 33.969 41 24.063 28 7.809 37 9. 5.718 . 542 4.028 72. .816 3 4.422 Guimaras 9. NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION COLLECTIVE COLLECTIVE CLOA CUMULATIVE BALANCE VS.546 4. 26. 3.530 .311 49. CLOA SURVEY NOT PRIORITIZED PROVINCE AS OF DECEMBER VLT TO FARMER'S TO SUB-TOTAL AS OF ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO NEEDED FOR 2009 ORGANIZATION COOPERATIVE DECEMBER 2009 BE SUBDIVIDED SUBDIVISION IV-A 49.656 38 2.928 .637 16. 2.910 6.770 7.261 .126 . 2. 7.438 30 12.416 1.942 124 21 2. 4.323 1.385 221.132 5.824 6.662 26 82.723 10 532 .838 .081 35.422 33 148.565 .502 28 146. 5.020 3.870 Negros Occidental 114.120 .719 14.

.957 72 5.014 XII 189.283 569 .571 7 276 58.272 28 3.217 .525 Saranggani 28.881 13.369 1. . . .975 4.096 25 34.416 .280 154. .Field Operation Office(FOO) .216 388 9 3.757 18. 740 499 2. 3.943 3.302 5 1.755 21. 32.537 191. CLOA (NET) REGION/ INVENTORY TITLE ISSUED TITLE ISSUED ACCOMP.410 26.295 44 63.099 23. .333 504 6.706 15.549 672 6 9.871 45.307 1.557 77. . NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION COLLECTIVE COLLECTIVE CLOA CUMULATIVE BALANCE VS. 13.972 40 13. .658 . 1.190 39.837 56 121.801 6.875 11. .959 16.418 95.818 X 398.025 2.243 7.297 276.357 1.333 .230 13.025 31. 3. 2.596 .137 5 21.117 .590 213 13 1.437 3.568 41.205 .897 Basilan 19.479 252 3 8.877 Maguindanao 8.038 Agusan Norte 21.628 8.068 56. % COLL.377 Lanao Sur 43.361 12. .832 9.911 13 1.789 3. 2.919 .382 24.708 30. - Tawi-Tawi 3.130 23.330 26 70.453 12.551 .437 59 55.961 1.335 3.421 Zamboanga Sibuga 43.999 1.741 39 13.479 18.395 112.271 .205 20.263 11. 2. .819 60 27. .999 1. .491 57 11.261 Davao Sur 24. 1.598 14 21.908 Agusan Sur 83.398 Surigao Norte 11.381 .331 8.479 . .973 74 4. .357 South Cotabato 47.214 20.134 .461 10. 1 1. .995 7.589 7.925 Davao City 5.911 .477 . 7.936 49.641 Cotabato 38.911 18.834 22.217 40.898 45 16.164 .436 31 7. .167 Sultan Kudarat 75. 1.063 17. . .209 57 15.225 Province of Dinagat .871 .693 25. .441 .828 Davao Norte 32.312 .463 7.871 15.507 Surigao Sur 35.700 60.479 15.335 Davao Oriental 28. . 274 10.606 22.716 13.163 4. .539 87 2.700 76.307 9.871 13 4. . .163 9.997 55 6. 5.998 26. 7. .587 120. .312 .377 . 3.832 10.007 2.982 14. - Camiguin 1.888 . .592 CARAGA 151.792 .443 North Bukidnon 290. 6.029 XI 119.978 41 15. 8.930 63 10. 1.416 SOURCES: Accomplishment : FO File 3 . 2. .792 . .117 4.670 98. .329 8.454 15 20.187 .397 6.403 .382 .666 8.895 58. 277 35.051 South Bukidnon .111 97 16.483 Zamboanga Sur 33. 32.847 3.434 20.155 17. 463 562 1.475 78. - ARMM 79.363 Compostela Valley 28.241 .416 51.559 3 6.125 13 20.149 45 11.923 82 11.272 97 4.517 133.671 122.210 44. 13. 537 5.577 55. CLOA SURVEY NOT PRIORITIZED PROVINCE AS OF DECEMBER VLT TO FARMER'S TO SUB-TOTAL AS OF ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO NEEDED FOR 2009 ORGANIZATION COOPERATIVE DECEMBER 2009 BE SUBDIVIDED SUBDIVISION IX 122.859 3. .026 303 7. 8.942 30.417 494 475 96 19 Lanao Norte 45.026 2.034 1.711 5 247 25 .332 Misamis Oriental 34. 33.484 23.005 4.202 5.391 16.357 3 38. 6. 274 .012 Misamis Occidental 26. .536 63 71.832 . .722 Zamboanga Norte 44. 3. .055 68.970 83 3.992 33 6.230 69 9.463 4.227 Sulu 4.124 55.846 54 35.

600 0 0 III 6.064 1.296 18 1 Ilocos Sur 1.254 350 28 Pampanga 786 812 103 Tarlac 815 205 25 Zambales 408 53 13 IV . Province 1.652 39 Aurora 514 67 13 Bataan 818 107 13 Bulacan 350 183 52 Nueva Ecija-North 1.540 1. IN HECTARES January to December 2009 INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS) REGION 2009 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET COLLECTIVE CLOA PHILIPPINES 219. BY PROVINCE.001 1.597 104 Quirino 1.974 3.711 3.350 49. BY REGION.544 22 Ilocos Norte 1.935 875 45 Nueva Ecija-South 1.273 69 Batangas 650 412 63 Cavite 505 208 41 Laguna 726 318 44 Quezon I 680 721 106 Quezon II 2.366 145 11 La Union 1.910 450 24 Pangasinan 2.880 2.588 931 36 II 14.000 271 14 Ifugao 500 510 102 Kalinga 1.A 4.229 22 CAR 6.000 52 5 Mt.123 836 9 Isabela 2.630 900 34 Nueva Vizcaya 1.457 73 Rizal 150 157 105 .333 22 Batanes 81 0 0 Cagayan 9.542 14 1 I 7.160 1.068 18 Abra 226 87 38 Apayao 796 134 17 Benguet 2. Table 6b REDOCUMENTATION OF COLLECTIVE CLOA.

297 1.434 933 21 Northern Samar 6.917 5.370 959 40 Romblon 1.228 502 23 Cebu 1.671 21 Aklan 1.626 841 32 Siquijor 348 145 42 VIII 30.157 1.728 539 31 Capiz 4.B 11.448 81 1 Southern Leyte 2.864 49 Marinduque 5.044 117 V 18.562 817 15 Sorsogon 1.017 19 Occidental Mindoro 1.615 1.518 44 1 .881 4.028 14 VII 7. INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS) REGION 2009 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET COLLECTIVE CLOA IV .154 3.062 847 80 Oriental Mindoro 1.750 2.167 3.147 22 Albay 3.805 27 Western Samar 5.936 11 0 Eastern Samar 4.251 656 52 Camarines Sur 6.981 28 Bohol 2.691 439 26 Antique 1.116 269 24 VI 17.740 801 21 Camarines Norte 1.238 11 Biliran 2.536 1.066 752 18 Guimaras 385 490 127 Iloilo 1.761 423 24 Negros Occidental 7.438 997 69 Palawan 2.955 493 25 Negros Oriental 2.339 816 13 Catanduanes 873 788 90 Masbate 5.203 364 17 Leyte 8.

616 2.004 4.898 0 0 South Cotabato 8.910 0 0 Sulu 2.104 32 North Bukidnon 4.041 4 Cotabato 8.048 23 2 Lanao Norte 3.383 26 Zamoanga Norte 3.000 1.645 0 0 ARMM 9.800 49 1 Misamis Occidental 3.491 17 0 Basilan 796 17 2 Lanao del Sur 4.880 49 Zamboanga Sur 3.500 1.329 1.517 5.778 462 17 XI 8.500 606 11 X 21.Field Operation Office(FOO) .390 70 XII 28.112 259 6 Agusan Sur 4.287 1.004 1.051 0 0 Maguindanao 1.727 59 Compostela Valley 1.187 16 Agusan Norte 4.222 267 22 Surigao Sur 2.071 25 Surigao Norte 1.608 80 Davao Oriental 2.856 130 South Bukidnon 6.956 7.350 590 25 Dinagat Island 1.590 897 25 Zamboangan Sibug 5.067 0 0 Tawi-Tawi 667 0 0 SOURCES: Target : DAR 2009 Work Plan .313 0 0 Camiguin 1.322 1.800 1.000 492 25 Davao Sur 2.890 3.500 714 20 Misamis Oriental 2.041 13 Saranggani 5.531 0 0 Sultan Kudarat 5.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FO File 3 . INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS) REGION 2009 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET COLLECTIVE CLOA IX 12.578 0 0 CARAGA 13.051 70 Davao City 500 186 37 Davao Norte 2.

423 VIII 1.462 96 68 2.019 CAR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 III 138 0 0 138 236 0 0 236 IV-A 48 8 17 40 48 14 30 34 IV-B 366 618 169 -252 207 319 154 -112 V 525 261 50 264 955 428 45 527 VI 1. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES January to December 2009 NO.088 1. TARGET TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET PHILIPPINES 8.974 6.312 5. BY REGION NO.621 5. TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. Table 7 INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs.156 133 -530 VII 4.808 70 2.045 2. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION BALANCE VS.626 2.530 1.009 388 10 3.158 81 522 IX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 X 154 77 50 77 410 125 31 285 XI 113 333 295 -220 142 228 161 -86 XII 80 8 10 72 161 14 8 148 CARAGA 304 520 171 -216 457 884 193 -427 ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile5-Management Information Service (MIS) .954.133 204 -1.052 629 12 4.680 2.51 58 5.504 11.

0 . . . . . . .504 11. - Benguet . .312 5. . . . . . - III 138 0 . . - Ifugao . . - Pangasinan . . . . . . . . . - Quirino . Table 7a INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs. - Ilocos Sur . . . - La Union . . . . - . . 51 . . 0 - Abra . 236 Aurora . . . 138 236 . . - Apayao . . TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. 87 236 . . 0 - Batanes . . . . . . . . - I 0 0 0 . . .51 58 5. . . .808 70 2. .974 6954. . . . . . . . . . - Nueva Ecija-South . . . . Province . . . 0 - Ilocos Norte . . . . . . . . . . - Cagayan . . . . . . . . . . - Nueva Ecija-North 51 . . . . 0 . . . . - Tarlac . . . . . . TARGET TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET PHILIPPINES 8. - Zambales . - II 0 0 0 . . . . 0 . - Nueva Vizcaya . . . . . . . . . OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE BALANCE VS. 236 Bulacan . - Mt. - Isabela . . . . . - Pampanga . . . . . - Kalinga . . .019 CAR 0 0 0 . . . . OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES January to December 2009 NO. . - Bataan 87 . . . BY PROVINCE NO.

423 Bohol 21 . 74 41 . .045 2. . 38 Quezon I . .33 9 1. . . - Cavite 10 8 . .99 186 (6) Camarines Sur 73 . 20 Camarines Norte 4 5 125 (1) 7 12. .51 115 (66) Negros Occidental 536 1. 44. TARGET TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET IV-A 48 8 17 40 48 14. .643 Negros Oriental 3113 307 10 2. .462 96 68 2. .49 173 (639) VII 4. . . . . .15 23 34 Romblon .04 12 4. . - IV-B 366 618 169 (252) 207 318.462 96 68 2. . TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. . .680 2157. . . 32 . - Northern Samar .88 81 522 Biliran . .800 157. . 48 Catanduanes 202 131 65 71 400 156. NO. . . (45) Iloilo 300 375 125 (75) 450 515. . . - Quezon II . (32) .71 15 2. . . . . . . . . . .133 204 (1. - V 525 261 50 264 955 427. 21 25 . . .052 629. . .46 27 220 Guimaras .227 471. . - Rizal . . . . .45 30 34 Batangas . .514 282 (978) 876 1515. . - . . . . 73 48 . .621 5. . .530 1. . . . . . . . . 38 38 . . . 14 20 .77 45 527 Albay 14 . .03 133 (530) Aklan . . . . . . . - VIII 1.45 . 80 VI 1. 2 10 14. . .57 . (4) Laguna 38 . . - Eastern Samar . . . .65 154 (112) Marinduque . . - Antique .009 388 10 3. 32 80 0 . . . . . . - Occidental Mindoro 263 599 228 (336) 122 308.806 3. . .88 81 522 Southern Leyte . 25 Cebu 875 81 9 794 1. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE BALANCE VS. - Capiz 209 212 101 (3) 300 80. 41 Palawan 29 19 66 10 44 10. .755 Siquijor . . - Leyte 1530 1.50 253 (187) Oriental Mindoro 74 .088) 1.626 2156.17 65 142 Sorsogon 32 . . . . . . . . - Western Samar .680 2157.61 39 243 Masbate 200 125 63 75 400 258. .

(23) XI 113 333 295 (220) 142 228. . . . .84 193 (427) Agusan Norte 89 52 58 37 140 64. .88 283 (33) XII 80 8 10 72 161 13. . 148 Saranggani 8 8 100 . . . . .09 31 285 Bukidnon 122 51 42 71 410 87. . - Tawi-Tawi . . . . . . . . . . . - Misamis Oriental 0 13 . . . . . . (14) Camiguin 32 .50 104 (1) South Cotabato . . . . - Misamis Occidental . . - ARMM 0 0 . . . . . - Sultan Kudarat . . . . - X 154 77 50 77 410 125. . - Zamboanga del Norte . . OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE BALANCE VS. . - Lanao Norte . TARGET TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP TARGET IX 0 0 . . . . 23 . - Sulu . . . . . .81 535 (587) Surigao Norte 46 . - Zamboanga Sibugay . . . . . . .27 95 2 Davao Oriental 12 33 275 (21) 10 39. . .30 152 (10) Davao City 16 46 288 (30) 60 75. - SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile5-Management Information Service (MIS) . . . 13 13. 72 148 . . 32 .87 21 322 South Bukidnon 0 13 .58 396 (30) Davao Sur 30 28 93 2 18 50. . . (13) 14 . . . NO. .26 161 (86) Compostela Valley 25 160 640 (135) 20 30. - Zamboanga del Sur . . (13) . TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. . . . .49 46 76 Agusan Sur 86 421 490 (335) 135 721. . . 69 Surigao Sur 83 47 57 36 113 97. . - Lanao Sur . - Maguindanao . .54 86 15 Dinagat Island . - CARAGA 304 520 171 (216) 457 883. . . . . . 46 69 . .23 125 (15) Davao Norte 30 66 220 (36) 34 32. - Basilan . 0 . .50 8 148 Cotabato 72 . . . . . .

Table 7b INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs.05 50 1.35 281.75 23.48 IV-B 948 814 86 134 798.282 25.46 X 1.057.141 70.115.329 12.43 CARAGA 6.060.09 88 166.986.718 8.32 VI 9.52 598.819.452 6.909 3.51 2.13 VIII 7.78 I .26 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishme: FOFile5-Management Information Service (MIS) .53 36.27 XI 1.04 V 2.37 298.123 82 1.023.26 384.48 75 200.406 6. .276.216.426 24.11 44 384.28 1.03 III 712 574 81 138 1.76 IX 52 .663.67 79 2.75 51 34. .109. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE PHILIPPINES 38.393 68 3.50 36 16.87 93 20.97 4 514.063. .382.28 6.838 1. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES As of December 2009 NO.299.519.923. .285 63 14. .62 2. . 52 132.105.51 50 407.85 ARMM 264 108 41 156 682.453 1.651 1.234 3.46 .37 1.772 1.332.02 IV-A 255 97 38 158 302.013 12.04 1.277 69 561 2.260.579.94 408.838.219 50 1.933 34 3.02 81 237.003. - II 187 154 82 33 476.35 73 769. .19 XII 491 289 59 202 815.23 81 92. BY REGION NO.52 56 5.826.669.659 94 113 1. .38 33 6. 132.76 VII 5.627 52 3.35 9.43 9.480.78 CAR 36 18 50 18 538.

. . . . . - I . - Nueva Ecija-North 107 56 52 51 127. .72 100 - Bataan 111 24 22 87 190. .75 23. . . . . . .97 4 514. . OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE PHILIPPINES 38. . 19. . .03 Batanes . Table 7c INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs. . .299.32 81 90. .11 35 82. .01 531. - III 712 574 81 138 1. .75 23.91 79 1. . .426 24.78 Abra .75 51 34.819. - Ilocos Norte . . .70 45.52 Bulacan . . 168.53 36.56 100 - Zambales 278 278 100 . . .72 222. .023. . - II 187 154 82 33 476.07 379. . .19 4. . .02 Aurora 117 117 100 .141 70. . Province . 531. . . . . .29 19 154.78 CAR 36 18 50 18 538. . . - Pangasinan .10 100 - . . . . . . . - Apayao . . .75 Isabela 3 2 67 1 6. - Tarlac 8 8 100 . .260. . .23 81 92. - La Union . . .285 63 14. . .24 168. . 222. . - Quirino .59 Nueva Ecija-South 91 91 100 . . - Ifugao . BY PROVINCE NO. .81 36.56 19. . . . . - Benguet . - Ilocos Sur . OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES As of December 2009 NO. . . . . . . . . .02 81 237. - Cagayan 184 152 83 32 470. .04 1. .97 4 514. . . . .26 384.78 Mt. . .28 Nueva Vizcaya . .519. . .24 100 - Pampanga . - Kalinga 36 18 50 18 538. . . . .

48 Batangas 52 17 33 35 55.60 100 - IV-B 948 814 86 134 798. . .329 12.23 Cebu 1. .472.13 Bohol 60 35 58 25 54. . .35 46 1.58 42.04 Negros Occidental 5.41 55 153.393.76 Siquijor .78 56.85 37 931.76 Biliran .837 1.43 9.219 50 1.27 251.03 VI 9.605.52 56 5. .139 1. . . .708.898 4. .51 2.520. . . - Occidental Mindoro 633 599 95 34 325.36 Masbate 946 273 29 673 1. . . .986.35 78 12.50 95 17. .56 243.44 1.19 .02 Sorsogon 92 22 24 70 257.453 1.85 225. NO.115. . .35 281. . - Northern Samar .806.20 100 - Antique . .32 Albay 212 198 93 14 225.452 6. .49 1.48 75 200. 0 38 38.267 5.05 50 1. . .85 100 - Camarines Norte 24 16 67 8 56.20 33.69 113.37 1.393 68 3.234 3.87 541. .277 11. . .14 Eastern Samar .42 61 2.480.50 308.96 62 152.718 8. .75 22 201. .64 Cavite 143 58 41 85 192.326.923. - Quezon II .025 56 812 3. . - V 2.04 Marinduque .21 Southern Leyte 7 . .91 127 (51.579.669.53 60 368. 16. - Western Samar 178 133 75 45 421. .917.08 339.534.60 16. .470 76 1.35) Laguna 38 .063.52 598. .01 Guimaras 228 98 43 130 289.94 1.57 78 29.123 82 1.71 40.14 . 0 38.00 79 2.651 1. 33.240.68 Palawan 102 86 84 16 130. .28 4.990 82 1.76 Aklan 12 12 100 . .838.86 VII 5.67 81 81. . .452.632. . .16 50 475. . .41 . - Rizal 22 22 100 . .00 21.406 6.685.36 39 33.09 188.28 6. .19 Quezon I .87 93 20.881 5.17 471. . . - VIII 7. .060.31 Catanduanes 801 493 62 308 914. - Capiz 1.68 24 4.392.38 33 6.89 546.21 9. . .933 34 3.14 Negros Oriental 3.67 79 2. .11 71 16.013 12.129 526 47 603 946. 0 7 7. .60 Camarines Sur 378 217 57 161 404.90 50 1. .663.428 7.36 Romblon .276.93 101.85 Iloilo 2.00 Oriental Mindoro 213 129 61 84 342. . - Leyte 7.360.244.84 39 175. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE IV-A 255 97 38 158 302.332.754 873 23 2.287 60 852 3. . 0 7. .

37 298. NO.64 100 - Tawi-Tawi .47 South Bukidnon 1. . . - CARAGA 6.97 74 215.067 923 87 144 1. . .38 32 15.65 2 69. . . . . .97 170.00 100 - Davao Oriental 165 147 89 18 297.97 238. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES) REGION/PROVINCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE IX 52 0 0 52 132.46 . .45 1. - ARMM 264 108 41 156 682.049 23. . .16 85 43. . - Maguindanao 102 2 2 100 240. - Saranggani 303 187 62 116 449.057.51 50 407. . .26 Basilan 54 .09 88 166.010. 471.28 1.38 Sulu 106 106 100 .73 53.60 97 35. .282 25. . .60 XII 491 289 59 202 815.659 94 113 1. .71 975. .19 Compostela Valley 542 536 99 6 288.46 Zamboanga del Sur .07 53 211. 0 132. .46 Zamboanga del Norte 52 . .277 69 561 2. - Misamis Occidental .12 14 327. 0 52 132.87 81 42. . . .44 606. .94 408.900.003.826. .38 .909 3.702 47 3.88 Lanao Sur .88 . .772 1. .35 73 769. . .53 Surigao Norte 48 1 2 47 70. .11 Dinagat Island .496.623. . .382.64 295. . - Zamboanga Sibugay .19 Camiguin .18 89 32. .11 44 384.48 50. - Misamis Oriental 245 43 18 202 380. 295.13 Agusan Sur 5.20 245.87 81 101.43 Cotabato . .13 Davao Sur 91 28 31 63 99. .04 Davao City 177 151 85 26 226. .73 1. .42 Davao Norte 797 797 100 . . .46 .53 Sultan Kudarat . .00 429. .109. .26 86 226. . .31 265. .216.85 Agusan Norte 511 356 70 155 531. . .62 2.91 7. 0 54 143. . .35 9. . .50 36 16. .61 XI 1.105. .00 471. - Lanao Norte . 0 132.627 52 3. . 0 143.90 South Cotabato 188 102 54 86 365. .88 51 48.838 1. .27 North Bukidnon 526 311 59 215 822.596.08 Surigao Sur 599 568 95 31 1.29 183.751 2. .397. 0 240. - SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : FOFile5-Management Information Service (MIS) . - X 1.44 47 195.

137 14.918 6. REPRESENTED INVOLVED AS OF BEG.934 970 6.199 1.872 197 2.240 13.683 2.566 19.411 674 IV-A 3.130 6.227 124 84 1.429 15 I 2. '09) PHILIPPINES 40.336 22 DAR-CO 684 515 405 920 637 93 69 1.780 10.312 241 98 12.278 101 III 2.197 2.477 132 93 2.160 10.675 230 VII 2.462 1.794 5.880 6./RESOLVED/ NO.542 10.736 68.454 114 98 3.035 4.151 45 2.916 262 5. BY REGION1-/ January to December 2009 CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT NO.715 26.260 28.782 6.286 382 10.154 150 2. Table 8 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AGRARIAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE.597 370 X 1.543 3.706 787 3.916 140 89 14. and ALI cases SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .123 213 XII 993 263 1.460 2.352 4.833 2.660 433 2.474 866 VI 4.637 CAR 892 8 1.853 246 4.487 12.256 67.248 7.467 4.707 1.887 6.Planning Service (PS) .699 1.778 326 6.223 206 100 7.692 190 99 4.042 4.768 301 94 6.630 2.215 7.849 8. OF ARBs CASES REGION TARGET PENDING CASES NEW CASES TOTAL DISPOSED VS.400 5. 2009 JAN.488 29.953 233 93 5.096 4.511 95.462 131 100 7.403 115 4.737 283 1 / Includes judicial/court.506 4. OF CASES PENDING AREA CY 2009 REP.732 12.756 4.331 235 CARAGA 3.060 424 VIII 3.260 136 86 2.420 1.505 2.732 127 96 4.456 5.143 374 XI 2.475 2.480 72.869 143 85 5.970 293. '09) TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC.812 7.068 143 95 4.902 156 91 6. quasi-judicial.556 490 5.050 195 V 4.514 33 7.281 4.610 25 ARMM 48 34 135 169 147 306 87 935 1.377 5.672 2.911 51 II 2. '09 (JAN-DEC.272 5 IV-B 1.099 169 94 91.070 554 IX 1. REC'D (ha) CASELOAD (JAN-DEC.142 5. CY 2009 VS.

657 49 VII 2.748 7.024 2.352 3.569 CAR 590 0 1.766 1.426 6. 2009 PHILIPPINES 28.231 2.650 2.764 306 97 4.902 9.056 1.937 138 93 3.244 1.056 4.112 57 CARAGA 2.369 118 2.806 124 4.525 5.055 5. Table 8a RESOLUTION OF AGRARIAN LAW IMPLEMENTATION (ALI) CASES.243 211 100 1. OF ARBs AREA REGION NEW CASES AS OF EO DEC.931 5.905 3.823 151 IV-A 2.341 21.088 1.796 175 95 3. BY REGION January to December 2009 CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT NO.015 131 XI 2.525 5. (JAN-DEC '09) TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.971 1.023 2.439 38 II 1.323 0 5.024 134 100 1.766 148 100 3.513 3.791 230 95 3.956 265 VIII 2.145 174 96 12.766 1.129 1.393 47. CY 2009 VS.006 178 99 6.877 1.265 1 I 1.942 3.086 230 4.483 3.399 227 1.861 2.421 192 IX 1.895 3.987 4.933 124 97 2.483 3.501 109 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .613 0 III 1.824 171 97 60.679 159 89 1. OF CASES PENDING CASES CY 2009 NO.072 164 95 1. TARGET PENDING DISPOSED VS.483 132 100 4.345 11.988 3.169 46 3.826 5.732 47.661 49.227 113 98 2.963 34 2.428 0 ARMM 15 30 107 137 130 867 95 209 446 7 DAR-CO 465 114 298 412 303 65 74 742 7. OF RESOLVED/ NO. REPRESENTED INVOLVED (ha) RECEIVED TOTAL 2009 CASES BEG.516 0 2.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .024 2.524 448 5.525 238 100 5.678 90 XII 653 73 1.000 1.158 5.056 209 1.229 79 3.526 68.978 6.790 281 VI 2.339 198.668 1.244 1.948 1.265 2.333 0 V 3.816 3.813 22.333 3.643 0 3.984 0 IV-B 1.490 10.487 198 X 1.259 14.194 0 1.

439 38 Regional Office 3 322 325 321 99 459 376 4 Ilocos Norte 0 349 349 347 99 407 132 2 Ilocos Sur 22 676 698 666 95 1. CY 2009 VS.766 148 100 3.231 2. Table 8b RESOLUTION OF AGRARIN LAW IMPLEMENTATION (ALI) CASES.339 198.569 CAR 590 0 1. OF PENDING NEW CASES RESOLVED/ INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE TARGET TOTAL VS.000 1. REPRESENTED OF EO DEC.766 1.227 113 98 2.963 34 2.269 0 1_/ Batanes Cagayan 0 524 524 524 100 2.393 47.527 0 Isabela 0 200 200 200 100 154 628 0 Nueva Viscaya 0 147 147 147 100 109 156 0 Quirino 0 130 130 130 100 84 34 0 1 / No case filed.244 1.244 1.194 0 1. Province 0 151 151 151 100 232 1.971 1. BY PROVINCE January to December 2009 CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING CASES AREA CY 2009 NO.265 2.099 0 Region I 1.650 2.824 171 97 60. OF ARBS CASES AS NO.243 211 100 1.732 47.225 294 32 La Union 9 204 213 213 100 309 325 0 Pangasinan 0 680 680 680 100 571 311 0 Region II 1.345 11.265 1 Regional Office 0 494 494 493 100 675 608 1 Abra 0 82 82 82 100 85 135 0 Apayao 0 103 103 103 100 120 135 0 Benguet 0 81 81 81 100 276 55 0 Ifugao 0 182 182 182 100 122 101 0 Kalinga 0 151 151 151 100 140 133 0 Mt.766 1.948 1.326 9.661 49. CASES BEG. cases being handled by the Regional Chief Legal Officer .613 0 Regional Office 0 765 765 765 100 672 1. RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD 2009 JAN. BY REGION. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e PHILIPPINES 28.

677 177 Catanduanes 14 521 535 535 100 766 764 0 Masbate 12 697 709 630 89 606 4.399 227 1.218 87 3.211 2. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING CASES AREA CY 2009 NO.526 68.790 281 Regional Office 57 1.880 0 Camarines Norte 15 863 878 878 100 681 3.409 0 Cavite 0 520 520 520 100 349 594 0 Laguna 0 338 338 338 100 241 725 0 Quezon I 0 276 276 276 100 298 798 0 Quezon II 0 105 105 105 100 417 823 0 Rizal 0 281 281 281 100 1.024 2.419 0 Batangas 0 1.483 3. OF ARBS CASES AS NO.186 0 .748 7.496 1.545 1.524 448 5. CASES BEG.353 1.607 1.496 100 1. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region III 1. OF PENDING NEW CASES RESOLVED/ INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE TARGET TOTAL VS.333 0 Regional Office 0 146 146 146 100 0 58 0 Marinduque 0 120 120 120 100 344 328 0 Occidental Mindoro 0 357 357 357 100 349 194 0 Oriental Mindoro 0 995 995 995 100 581 2.727 45.048 1.395 1.978 6.024 2.643 0 3.216 0 IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1.158 5.496 1.823 151 Regional Office 210 481 691 564 82 1.984 0 Regional Office 0 467 467 467 100 291 2.955 12. CY 2009 VS.483 3.516 0 2.328 98 4. REPRESENTED OF EO DEC.088 1.102 18 Nueva Ecija.426 6.483 132 100 4. RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD 2009 JAN.861 2.South 0 167 167 167 100 247 501 0 Pampanga 0 353 353 353 100 393 506 0 Tarlac 0 162 162 162 100 256 335 0 Zambales 0 186 186 180 97 239 381 6 IV-A (CALABARZON) 2.North 0 103 103 103 100 178 275 0 Nueva Ecija.083 0 Camarines Sur 347 1.296 1.145 174 96 12.094 25 Albay 3 933 936 936 100 943 1.024 134 100 1.937 138 93 3.430 0 Palawan 0 341 341 341 100 59 179 0 Romblon 0 65 65 65 100 0 144 0 Region V 3.321 127 Aurora 0 25 25 25 100 8 76 0 Bataan 0 91 91 91 100 154 326 0 Bulacan 17 293 310 292 94 472 1.333 3.106 79 Sorsogon 0 620 620 620 100 848 1.

490 10.981 1.389 1348 97 1.015 105 Zambooanga del Norte 122 500 622 538 86 590 1. CASES BEG.167 1.315 1.795 0 Guimaras 11 299 310 300 97 306 991 10 Iloilo 15 959 974 967 99 228 3. RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD 2009 JAN. REPRESENTED OF EO DEC.826 5.080 84 Zamboanga del Sur 6 487 493 493 100 331 1.931 5.764 306 97 4.103 1.033 893 86 896 2.Sibugay 0 261 261 252 97 252 341 9 Region X 1.195 8.820 1. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region VI 2.266 50 Biliran 5 298 303 183 60 146 232 120 Eastern Samar 0 296 296 296 100 152 199 0 Leyte 25 687 712 694 97 500 1.265 96 1.806 124 4.055 5.131 94 1.006 178 99 6.942 3.086 230 4.052 0 Zamboanga.169 46 3.947 5.487 198 Regional Office 81 420 501 396 79 340 1.015 131 Regional Office 13 1376 1. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING CASES AREA CY 2009 NO.305 1.325 140 Bohol 24 797 821 793 97 210 1.390 1.513 3.055 16.154 28 Cebu 40 1.816 3.421 192 Regional Office 10 1.068 32 Aklan 0 566 566 566 100 462 426 0 Antique 0 52 52 52 100 80 151 0 Capiz 0 281 281 281 100 685 1.849 1.679 159 89 1.203 1.341 93 Siquijor 0 78 78 78 100 111 98 0 Region VIII 2.367 1.259 14.877 1.956 265 Regional Office 5 1.813 22.333 11.895 3.796 175 95 3.039 4 Negros Oriental 161 1.143 72 .787 41 North Bukidnon 0 225 225 225 100 232 444 0 South Bukidnon 0 511 511 511 100 1. CY 2009 VS.791 230 95 3.341 21.139 100 326 2.056 209 1.407 1.657 49 Regional Office 75 1.482 1.274 4 Southern Leyte 0 201 201 201 100 29 655 0 Region IX 1. OF PENDING NEW CASES RESOLVED/ INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE TARGET TOTAL VS.056 4.367 2.787 7 Negros Occidental 23 1.962 0 Camiguin 2 106 108 107 99 40 37 1 Lanao del Norte 7 208 215 206 96 215 615 9 Misamis Occidental 21 223 244 236 97 55 27 8 Misamis Oriental 36 1.668 1.247 3.028 1.450 98 2.438 0 Region VII 2.143 1.053 18 Northern Samar 0 207 207 207 100 258 741 0 Western Samar 6 948 954 950 100 979 3.229 79 3.390 100 2.988 3.888 95 1. OF ARBS CASES AS NO.

Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .034 1. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region XI 2.034 928 0 Agusan del Sur 0 1.352 3.323 0 5.933 124 97 2. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING CASES AREA CY 2009 NO.056 1.756 1.055 2.034 1.132 0 Sarangani 0 329 329 326 99 0 437 3 South Cotabato 7 43 50 40 80 90 183 10 Sultan Kudarat 7 0 7 2 29 13 15 5 CARAGA 2.902 9.369 118 2.678 90 Regional Office 112 356 468 398 85 398 500 70 Compostela Valley 2 510 512 502 98 904 1. REPRESENTED OF EO DEC.007 0 Surigao del Sur 0 508 508 508 100 416 1.428 0 Regional Office 0 1.210 3.756 1.525 5.023 2.905 3.050 0 ARMM 15 30 107 137 130 867 95 209 446 7 Regional Office 0 50 50 50 100 55 53 0 Basilan 4 3 7 0 0 0 0 7 Lanao del Sur 0 20 20 20 0 16 33 0 Maguindanao 0 9 9 9 100 34 52 0 Sulu 24 25 49 49 100 102 304 0 Tawi-Tawi 2 0 2 2 100 2 5 0 DAR-CO 465 114 298 412 303 65 74 742 7.072 164 95 1.028 2.716 0 Agusan del Norte 0 1.112 57 Regional Office 58 141 199 160 80 221 344 39 Cotabato 1 543 544 544 100 1.756 100 2.148 0 Region XII 653 73 1.525 5. OF PENDING NEW CASES RESOLVED/ INVOLVED REGION/PROVINCE TARGET TOTAL VS.987 4.210 1.210 100 1. CASES BEG.552 0 Dinagat Island 0 261 261 261 100 317 176 0 Surigao del Norte 0 756 756 756 100 870 1.129 1.210 1. OF ARBS CASES AS NO.832 10 Davao City 1 481 482 482 100 10 518 0 Davao del Norte 3 512 515 508 99 287 87 7 Davao Oriental 0 366 366 363 99 403 593 3 Davao del Sur 0 680 680 680 100 985 1.525 238 100 5. CY 2009 VS.501 109 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .034 100 1. RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD 2009 JAN.

< 2 YRS 2 YEARS .< 6 YRS TOTAL CASES REGION I YEAR ABOVE PENDING (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) PHILIPPINES 1.B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V 213 21 11 20 16 0 0 281 VI 44 5 0 0 0 0 0 49 VII 171 57 32 2 1 1 1 265 VIII 189 1 2 0 0 0 0 192 IX 181 17 0 0 0 0 0 198 X 99 32 0 0 0 0 0 131 XI 80 10 0 0 0 0 0 90 XII 42 5 4 1 2 2 1 57 CARAGA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ARMM 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 DAR-CO 105 4 0 0 0 0 0 109 SOURCE: Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .569 % SHARE 84 10 3 1 1 0 0 100 CAR 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 III 147 4 0 0 0 0 0 151 IV. Table 8c AGEING OF PENDING ALI CASES. BY REGION As of December 2009 BELOW 6 YEARS AND I YEAR .< 5 YRS 5 YEARS .< 4 YRS 4 YEARS .A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IV.< 3 YRS 3 YEARS .317 156 49 23 19 3 2 1.

Table 9
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ARB REPRESENTATION BEFORE JUDICIAL AND QUASI-JUDICIAL COURTS, BY REGION1-/
January to December 2009

CASELOAD NO. OF CASES % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING
AREA
CY 2009 PENDING CASES NEW CASES REP./RESOLVED/ NO. OF ARBs CASES
REGION TARGET TOTAL DISPOSED VS. CY 2009 VS. REPRESENTED
INVOLVED
AS OF
BEG. REC'D (ha)
CASELOAD (JAN-DEC. '09) TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. 2009
JAN. '09 (JAN-DEC. '09)

PHILIPPINES 12,400 3,524 19,819 23,343 20,275 164 87 31,631 94,557 3,068

CAR 302 8 455 463 449 149 97 2,446 2,164 14
I 188 11 229 240 227 121 95 449 472 13
II 960 150 917 1,067 966 101 91 895 1,665 101
III 1,307 560 1,895 2,455 1,932 148 79 2,622 4,588 523
IV-A 760 115 869 984 979 129 99 2,739 4,288 5
IV-B 356 197 451 648 453 127 70 709 717 195
V 1,410 522 834 1,356 771 55 57 1,985 26,684 585
VI 1,480 258 5,229 5,487 5,306 359 97 6,147 8,018 181
VII 470 260 1,061 1,321 1,162 247 88 1,647 3,103 159
VIII 1,609 280 2,188 2,468 2,106 131 85 3,001 13,649 362
IX 604 224 529 753 581 96 77 1,405 3,110 172
X 687 183 2,064 2,247 2,004 292 89 1,902 4,128 243
XI 484 128 1,130 1,258 1,135 235 90 1,862 3,445 123
XII 340 190 143 333 155 46 47 442 2,219 178
CARAGA 1,191 33 1,690 1,723 1,698 143 99 1,830 3,182 25
ARMM 33 4 28 32 17 52 53 726 889 15
DAR-CO 219 401 107 508 334 153 66 824 12,237 174
1 / Includes judicial/court and quasi-judicial (DARAB) cases

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA)

Table 9a
ARB REPRESENTATION IN JUDICIAL/COURT CASES, BY REGION
January to December 2009

CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT
NO. OF CASES PENDING
AREA
CY 2009 REPRESENTED/ NO. OF ARBs CASES
REGION PENDING NEW CASES INVOLVED
TARGET TOTAL DISPOSED VS. CY 2009 VS. REPRESENTED AS OF
CASES BEG. REC'D (ha)
CASELOAD (JAN-DEC '09) TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. 2009
JAN. '09 (JAN-DEC '09)

PHILIPPINES 1,600 972 1,008 1,980 1,124 70 57 6,369 34,619 856

CAR 27 7 28 35 22 81 63 1,300 668 13
I 37 5 30 35 33 89 94 61 127 2
II 37 7 27 34 30 81 88 63 123 4
III 115 92 73 165 103 90 62 292 937 62
IV-A 138 0 141 141 141 102 100 833 744 0
IV-B 55 39 29 68 41 75 60 171 190 27
V 450 323 173 496 173 38 35 933 18,764 323
VI 104 58 30 88 44 42 50 234 807 44
VII 64 69 24 93 70 109 75 114 812 23
VIII 71 69 64 133 38 54 29 575 3,413 95
IX 41 19 99 118 94 229 80 161 439 24
X 151 75 95 170 63 42 37 101 1,058 107
XI 105 32 92 124 114 109 92 355 1,947 10
XII 66 55 32 87 34 52 39 100 1,093 53
CARAGA 28 30 23 53 36 129 68 84 516 17
ARMM 19 0 7 7 7 37 100 649 753 0
DAR-CO 92 92 41 133 81 88 61 343 2,227 52

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA)

Table 9a.1
ARB REPRESENTATON IN JUDICIAL/COURT CASES, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE
January to December 2009

CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT
NO. OF CASES PENDING
NEW CASES NO. OF ARBS AREA INVOLVED
CY 2009 TARGET PENDING TOTAL REPRESENTED/ VS. CY 2009 VS. CASES AS OF
REGION/PROVINCE RECEIVED REPRESENTED (ha)
CASES BEG. CASELOAD DISPOSED TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. 2009
(JAN-DEC 2009)
JAN. 2009
(a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e

PHILIPPINES 1,600 972 1,008 1,980 1,124 70 57 6,369 34,619 856

CAR 27 7 28 35 22 81 63 1,300 668 13
Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Abra 3 2 5 3 60 14 3 2
Apayao 0 6 6 6 100 11 38 0
Benguet 2 6 8 7 88 161 66 1
Ifugao 2 2 4 1 25 30 15 3
Kalinga 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 4
Mt. Province 0 8 8 5 63 1,084 546 3

Region I 37 5 30 35 33 89 94 61 127 2
Regional Office 0 11 11 11 100 19 21 0
Ilocos Norte 0 7 7 7 100 12 53 0
Ilocos Sur 5 0 5 3 60 3 16 2
La Union 0 3 3 3 100 7 6 0
Pangasinan 0 9 9 9 100 20 31 0

Region II 37 7 27 34 30 81 88 63 123 4
Regional Office 1 1 2 1 50 1 0 1
1-/
Batanes
Cagayan 1 4 5 2 40 31 0 3
Isabela 0 9 9 9 100 14 82 0
Nueva Viscaya 5 13 18 18 100 17 41 0
Quirino 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 / No case filed; cases being handled by the Regional Chief Legal Officer

CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT
NO. OF CASES PENDING
NEW CASES NO. OF ARBS AREA INVOLVED
CY 2009 TARGET PENDING TOTAL REPRESENTED/ VS. CY 2009 VS. CASES AS OF
REGION/PROVINCE RECEIVED REPRESENTED (ha)
CASES BEG. CASELOAD DISPOSED TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. 2009
(JAN-DEC 2009)
JAN. 2009
(a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e

Region III 115 92 73 165 103 90 62 292 937 62
Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aurora 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bataan 24 5 29 19 66 23 27 10
Bulacan 11 12 23 8 35 15 28 15
Nueva Ecija- North 10 8 18 13 63 8 101 5
Nueva Ecija- South 12 21 33 19 58 18 335 14
Pampanga 24 16 40 26 65 11 125 14
Tarlac 10 10 20 17 85 216 320 3
Zambales 1 1 2 1 50 1 1 1

IV-A (CALABARZON) 138 0 141 141 141 102 100 833 744 0
Regional Office 0 18 18 18 100 51 11 0
Batangas 0 22 22 22 100 49 102 0
Cavite 0 26 26 26 100 11 50 0
Laguna 0 19 19 19 100 27 38 0
Quezon I 0 7 7 7 100 63 110 0
Quezon II 0 12 12 12 100 34 170 0
Rizal 0 37 37 37 100 598 263 0

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 55 39 29 68 41 75 60 171 190 27
Regional Office 16 0 16 16 100 0 0 0
Marinduque 0 2 2 2 100 0 0 0
Occidental Mindoro 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oriental Mindoro 13 25 38 16 42 32 181 22
Palawan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Romblon 10 2 12 7 58 139 9 5
Region V 450 323 173 496 173 38 35 933 18,764 323
Regional Office 45 3 48 26 54 78 1,689 22
Albay 21 15 36 10 28 27 85 26
Camarines Norte 60 8 68 20 29 481 6,349 48
Camarines Sur 113 123 236 81 34 231 10,253 155
Catanduanes 3 2 5 5 100 2 24 0
Masbate 26 14 40 13 33 15 121 27
Sorsogon 55 8 63 18 29 99 243 45

2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region VI 104 58 30 88 44 42 50 234 807 44 Regional Office 1 7 8 8 100 72 71 0 Aklan 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Antique 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Capiz 3 3 6 2 33 3 2 4 Guimaras 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 Iloilo 11 8 19 14 74 26 97 5 Negros Occidental 40 10 50 20 40 133 637 30 Region VII 64 69 24 93 70 109 75 114 812 23 Regional Office 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 6 Bohol 5 11 16 11 69 7 23 5 Cebu 40 8 48 44 92 50 479 4 Negros Oriental 19 4 23 15 65 57 310 8 Siquijor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Region VIII 71 69 64 133 38 54 29 575 3.058 107 Regional Office 7 0 7 2 29 2 0 5 North Bukidnon 19 1 20 2 10 9 3 18 South Bukidnon 15 3 18 0 0 0 0 0 Camiguin 1 8 9 5 56 2 1 4 Lanao del Norte 10 13 23 9 39 28 51 14 Misamis Occidental 8 18 26 6 23 21 29 20 Misamis Oriental 15 52 67 39 58 39 974 28 . OF CASES PENDING NEW CASES NO.Sibugay 0 65 65 65 100 28 235 0 Region X 151 75 95 170 63 42 37 101 1. CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE RECEIVED REPRESENTED (ha) CASES BEG.815 34 Biliran 4 5 9 3 33 17 17 6 Eastern Samar 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 Leyte 17 11 28 3 11 378 1. OF ARBS AREA INVOLVED CY 2009 TARGET PENDING TOTAL REPRESENTED/ VS. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT NO. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.413 95 Regional Office 25 11 36 2 6 36 1. CASELOAD DISPOSED TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. CY 2009 VS.411 25 Northern Samar 1 20 21 20 95 110 159 1 Western Samar 6 7 13 6 46 15 7 7 Southern Leyte 13 9 22 4 18 19 4 18 Region IX 41 19 99 118 94 229 80 161 439 24 Regional Office 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 Zamboanga del Norte 11 23 34 17 50 117 173 17 Zamboanga del Sur 2 11 13 12 92 16 31 1 Zamboanga.

445 0 Region XII 66 55 32 87 34 52 39 100 1. CASELOAD DISPOSED TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. OF ARBS AREA INVOLVED CY 2009 TARGET PENDING TOTAL REPRESENTED/ VS. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT NO.093 53 Regional Office 5 10 15 1 7 0 0 14 Cotabato 14 0 14 4 29 52 996 10 Sarangani 9 2 11 6 55 1 41 5 South Cotabato 27 20 47 23 49 47 56 24 Sultan Kudarat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CARAGA 28 30 23 53 36 129 68 84 516 17 Regional Office 19 5 24 19 79 61 451 5 Agusan del Norte 3 0 3 2 67 12 34 1 Agusan del Sur 1 7 8 3 38 3 19 5 Dinagat Island 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Surigao del Norte 2 7 9 5 56 7 10 4 Surigao del Sur 5 4 9 7 78 1 3 2 ARMM 19 0 7 7 7 37 300 649 753 0 Regional Office 0 2 2 2 100 2 5 0 Basilan 0 2 2 2 0 632 724 0 2_/ Lanao del Sur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maguindanao 0 2 2 2 100 12 16 0 Sulu 0 1 1 1 100 3 9 0 2_/ Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DAR-CO 92 92 41 133 81 88 61 343 2. CY 2009 VS. 2009 (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.947 10 Regional Office 1 8 9 2 22 8 51 7 Compostela Valley 4 19 23 23 100 85 119 0 Davao City 1 12 13 12 92 13 31 1 Davao del Norte 20 0 20 20 100 10 7 0 Davao Oriental 3 28 31 29 94 197 295 2 Davao del Sur 3 25 28 28 100 42 1. OF CASES PENDING NEW CASES NO.227 52 2 / No report submitted SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan . 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region XI 105 32 92 124 114 109 92 355 1. CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE RECEIVED REPRESENTED (ha) CASES BEG.DAR .Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA).

Table 9a.< 5 YRS 5 YEARS .< 3 YRS 3 YEARS . BY REGION As of December 2009 BELOW I YEAR .2 AGEING OF PENDING JUDICIAL/COURT CASES.< 6 YRS 6 YEARS AND ABOVE TOTAL CASES REGION I YEAR PENDING (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) PHILIPPINES 389 174 59 36 26 38 134 856 % SHARE 45 20 7 4 3 4 16 100 CAR 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 I 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 II 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 III 21 27 6 2 6 0 0 62 IV.A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IV.B 20 6 1 0 0 0 0 27 V 96 32 20 22 10 29 114 323 VI 25 4 6 2 2 2 3 44 VII 10 4 2 2 1 0 4 23 VIII 41 45 9 0 0 0 0 95 IX 11 1 7 0 1 3 1 24 X 75 32 0 0 0 0 0 107 XI 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 XII 29 6 3 1 1 2 11 53 CARAGA 7 4 1 2 0 2 1 17 ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DARCO 27 11 4 5 5 0 0 52 SOURCE: Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .< 2 YRS 2 YEARS .DAR .< 4 YRS 4 YEARS .

052 7.376 200 5.163 3 1.192 468 1.670 1. CY 2009 VS.077 1.811 21.801 3.262 382 97 5. OF CASES % ACCOMPLISHMENT PENDING CASES REPRESENTED/ NO.913 7.507 1.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .662 143 100 1.906 3.969 2.651 461 IV-A 622 115 728 843 838 135 99 1.941 362 93 1.134 1.146 1.068 134 89 2.212 CAR 275 1 427 428 427 155 100 1.228 1.070 136 XI 379 96 1.021 269 90 1.822 2.938 2.244 2.800 2. BY REGION January to December 2009 CASELOAD NO.335 2. '09 (JAN-DEC '09) PHILIPPINES 10.291 136 VIII 1.543 97 III 1. Table 9b ARB REPRESENTATION IN QUASI-JUDICIAL CASES. 2009 CASELOAD (JAN-DEC '09) TARGET CASELOAD JAN.399 5.126 125 CARAGA 1.829 153 80 2.199 5. REPRESENTED (ha) AS OF BEG.746 2.290 1.538 211 2.363 19. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED REGION CY 2009 TARGET PENDING CASES NEW CASES TOTAL DISPOSED VS.665 8 ARMM 14 4 21 25 10 71 40 77 136 15 DAR-CO 127 309 66 375 253 199 67 481 10.037 1.496 1 I 151 6 199 205 194 128 95 388 345 11 II 923 143 890 1.544 5 IV-B 301 158 422 580 412 137 71 538 527 168 V 960 199 661 860 598 62 70 1.533 2.151 177 90 25. REC'D EO DEC.426 10.670 148 X 536 108 1.010 122 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .920 262 VI 1.236 267 IX 563 205 430 635 487 87 77 1.667 1.092 269 89 1.262 59.552 18.033 936 101 91 832 1.498 113 XII 274 135 111 246 121 44 49 342 1.124 2.038 1.330 3.210 137 VII 406 191 1.

496 1 Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Abra 0 18 18 18 100 150 85 0 Apayao 0 36 36 36 100 62 68 0 Benguet 0 66 66 66 100 460 490 0 Ifugao 0 97 97 97 100 97 74 0 Kalinga 1 115 116 115 99 233 493 1 Mt.800 2. BY REGION.363 19. Table 9b.811 21.033 936 101 91 832 1. Province 0 95 95 95 100 144 287 0 Region I 151 6 199 205 194 128 95 388 345 11 Regional Office 0 12 12 12 100 18 14 0 Ilocos Norte 0 30 30 24 80 194 109 6 Ilocos Sur 4 10 14 11 79 60 38 3 La Union 2 35 37 37 100 47 29 0 Pangasinan 0 112 112 110 98 69 156 2 Region II 923 143 890 1.151 177 90 25. REPRESENTED RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) EO DEC. BY PROVINCE January to December 2009 CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT CASES AREA PENDING CY 2009 NO.938 2. 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e PHILIPPINES 10. 2009 CASES BEG. CY 2009 VS.146 1.1 ARB REPRESENTATION IN QUASI-JUDICIAL CASES. OF NO. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.212 CAR 275 1 427 428 427 155 100 1.543 97 Regional Office 8 84 92 82 89 60 81 10 1_/ Batanes Cagayan 89 454 543 518 95 471 1. cases being handled at the Regional Adjuidicator .089 25 Isabela 42 119 14 104 743 98 150 0 Nueva Viscaya 4 149 153 148 97 134 158 5 Quirino 0 84 84 84 100 69 64 0 1 / No case filed. OF ARBS NEW CASES REPRESENTED/ INVOLVED CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE TARGET PENDING TOTAL VS.262 59.552 18.

544 5 Regional Office 0 46 46 46 100 46 12 0 Batangas 115 222 337 337 100 261 1.South 11 177 188 145 77 162 334 43 Pampanga 12 346 358 348 97 354 999 10 Tarlac 194 108 302 273 90 340 376 29 Zambales 41 249 290 210 72 241 305 80 IV-A (CALABARZON) 622 115 728 843 838 135 99 1. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.822 2.192 468 1.North 28 360 388 337 87 382 478 51 Nueva Ecija. 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region III 1.052 7.068 23 Camarines Sur 9 50 59 23 39 70 5. 2009 CASES BEG. OF ARBS NEW CASES REPRESENTED/ INVOLVED CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE TARGET PENDING TOTAL VS.829 153 80 2.330 3.920 262 Regional Office 28 16 44 15 34 15 57 29 Albay 45 207 252 184 73 234 742 68 Camarines Norte 31 57 88 65 74 394 1.245 36 Catanduanes 3 21 24 24 100 36 140 0 Masbate 52 174 226 154 68 156 415 72 Sorsogon 31 136 167 133 80 147 252 34 .906 3. OF NO. REPRESENTED RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) EO DEC. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT CASES AREA PENDING CY 2009 NO.651 461 Regional Office 8 0 8 8 100 15 11 0 Aurora 13 68 81 73 88 116 Bataan 10 167 177 156 88 320 376 21 Bulacan 151 347 498 279 56 428 657 219 Nueva Ecija.290 1.053 0 Cavite 0 107 107 107 100 128 259 0 Laguna 0 38 38 38 100 58 72 0 Quezon I 0 63 63 63 100 179 837 0 Quezon II 0 138 138 138 100 489 692 0 Rizal 0 114 114 109 96 745 619 5 IV-B (MIMAROPA) 301 158 422 580 412 137 71 538 527 168 Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marinduque 10 10 20 20 100 32 37 0 Occidental Mindoro 66 165 231 89 39 70 122 142 Oriental Mindoro 26 191 217 194 89 143 283 23 Palawan 36 9 45 45 100 24 67 0 Romblon 20 47 67 64 96 269 18 3 Region V 960 199 661 860 598 62 70 1. CY 2009 VS.

068 134 89 2.291 136 Regional Office 1 2 3 1 33 0 0 2 Bohol 25 303 328 293 89 337 372 35 Cebu 123 346 469 460 98 460 896 9 Negros Orienta 40 376 416 326 78 699 950 90 Siquijor 2 10 12 12 100 37 73 0 Region VIII 1.356 2. 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region VI 1.262 382 97 5.124 2.501 2.335 2.358 0 Biliran 21 85 106 38 36 81 81 68 Eastern Samar 19 245 264 242 92 189 1. CY 2009 VS.426 10. OF NO.037 1.029 100 1.746 2 Guimaras 0 440 440 440 100 443 145 0 Iloilo 47 344 391 364 93 363 333 27 Negros Occidental 145 2. 2009 CASES BEG.Sibugay 19 101 120 107 89 187 380 13 .228 1.399 5.199 5.041 0 Capiz 5 1026 1. REPRESENTED RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) EO DEC.217 104 Region VII 406 191 1.993 1. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.210 137 Regional Office 1 445 446 446 100 489 187 0 Aklan 2 314 316 312 99 323 541 4 Antique 0 274 274 274 100 274 1.172 0 Southern Leyte 84 214 298 248 83 285 584 50 Region IX 563 205 430 635 487 87 77 1.244 2. OF ARBS NEW CASES REPRESENTED/ INVOLVED CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE TARGET PENDING TOTAL VS.533 2.829 112 Zamboanga del Sur 32 184 216 205 95 290 422 11 Zamboanga.397 96 2.376 200 5.538 211 2.031 1.028 3.236 267 Regional Office 5 285 290 290 100 349 5.247 3 Western Samar 0 360 360 360 100 358 1.670 148 Regional Office 17 18 35 23 66 20 40 12 Zambooanga del Norte 137 127 264 152 58 747 1.092 269 89 1.913 7. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT CASES AREA PENDING CY 2009 NO.179 22 Leyte 75 410 485 361 74 418 615 124 Northern Samar 7 525 532 529 99 746 1.

CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT CASES AREA PENDING CY 2009 NO.941 362 93 1.662 143 100 1.498 113 Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Compostela Valley 19 75 119 72 61 151 111 47 Davao City 33 161 255 161 63 426 422 94 Davao del Norte 37 142 174 162 93 159 54 12 Davao Oriental 0 74 116 71 61 134 201 45 Davao del Sur 7 586 593 555 94 637 710 38 Region XII 274 135 111 246 121 44 49 342 1.507 1.670 1. 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e Region X 536 108 1. 2009 CASES BEG. OF NO.070 136 Regional Office 11 2 13 7 54 195 39 6 North Bukidnon 23 106 129 97 75 122 240 32 South Bukidnon 18 780 798 759 95 365 734 39 Camiguin 16 30 46 38 83 43 43 8 Lanao del Norte 12 117 129 123 95 170 344 6 Misamis Occidental 19 127 146 145 99 127 43 1 Misamis Oriental 9 807 816 772 95 779 1. OF ARBS NEW CASES REPRESENTED/ INVOLVED CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE TARGET PENDING TOTAL VS.627 44 Region XI 379 96 1.801 3.746 2.077 1. REPRESENTED RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) EO DEC.665 8 Regional Office 0 4 4 4 0 4 5 0 Agusan del Norte 2 619 621 618 100 621 849 3 Agusan del Sur 0 409 409 409 100 522 1.667 1. CY 2009 VS.038 1. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN.163 3 1.112 0 Dinagat Island 0 157 157 157 100 157 110 0 Surigao del Norte 1 228 229 229 100 199 244 0 Surigao del Sur 0 250 250 245 98 243 345 5 .134 1.021 269 90 1.969 2.126 125 Regional Office 0 5 5 1 20 20 69 4 Cotabato 0 52 52 52 100 88 620 0 Sarangani 43 14 57 6 11 75 48 51 South Cotabato 58 35 93 60 65 117 316 33 Sultan Kudarat 34 5 39 2 5 42 73 37 CARAGA 1.

REPRESENTED RECEIVED DISPOSED (ha) EO DEC.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) . 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f)= e/a (g)= e/d (h) (i) (j)= d-e ARMM 14 4 21 25 10 71 40 77 136 15 Regional Office 0 3 3 3 0 41 52 0 Basilan 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2-/ Lanao del Sur 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maguindanao 0 16 16 3 19 4 12 13 2-/ Shariff Kabunsuan 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-/ 72 Sulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tawi-Tawi 4 0 4 4 100 32 0 DAR-CO 127 309 66 375 253 199 67 481 10. 2009 CASES BEG. OF NO. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) JAN. CY 2009 VS.010 122 2 / No report submitted SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan . OF ARBS NEW CASES REPRESENTED/ INVOLVED CASES AS OF REGION/PROVINCE TARGET PENDING TOTAL VS. CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT CASES AREA PENDING CY 2009 NO.

2 AGEING OF PENDING QUASI-JUDICIAL CASES.A 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 IV.809 236 79 47 18 6 17 2.B 165 2 1 0 0 0 0 168 V 226 7 8 1 1 3 16 262 VI 107 12 7 10 1 0 0 137 VII 120 11 3 0 2 0 0 136 VIII 239 28 0 0 0 0 0 267 IX 79 52 17 0 0 0 0 148 X 97 38 1 0 0 0 0 136 XI 113 0 0 0 0 0 0 113 XII 58 12 18 22 11 3 1 125 CARAGA 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 ARMM 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 DAR-CO 67 30 10 12 3 0 0 122 SOURCE: Accomplishment: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .< 5 YRS 5 YEARS .212 % SHARE 82 11 4 2 1 0 1 100 CAR 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 II 69 26 2 0 0 0 0 97 III 429 18 12 2 0 0 0 461 IV. Table 9b.< 2 YRS 2 YEARS .< 4 YRS 4 YEARS .< 3 YRS 3 YEARS .< 6 YRS TOTAL CASES REGION I YEAR ABOVE PENDING (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) PHILIPPINES 1. BY REGION As of December 2009 BELOW 6 YEARS AND I YEAR .

578 0 2.604 8 XI 675 10 1.429 1.931 76.221 7.213 4.100 3.261 6.720 2.594 431 0 VIII 5.234 0 7.422 2. '09) TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC.713 0 2.048 0 1.618 38.232 1.415 9 2.294 162 100 2.261 117 100 6. '09 (JAN-DEC.626 7.213 4.232 133 100 1.092 2.310 3.892 183 100 4.128 0 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .302 2.429 142 100 839 1.261 6.000 46 38. REC'D (ha) CASELOAD (JAN-DEC.030 153 99 2.798 1.306 3.133 1.036 1.477 18.544 1.232 1.719 0 2.133 7 VI 1.007 20.664 38.005 0 1.331 0 ARMM 100 14 92 106 86 86 81 207 428 20 DAR-CO 44 4 339 343 343 780 100 4. 2009 JAN.429 1.950 0 II 5.025 0 VII 1.636 0 V 3.163 2.523 1.892 2.422 2.895 0 IV-B 1.200 128 100 2.464 6 XII 702 9 629 638 620 88 97 958 2.221 138 100 2.221 7.200 2.369 0 6.293 2. CY 2009 VS.441 0 X 1.409 3.124 3.200 2. OF DISPUTES PENDING AREA CY 2009 CONCILIATED/ NO.788 0 0 III 839 0 2.603 138 100 41.897 18 CARAGA 926 0 1.720 2.544 1.544 147 100 1.180 0 4. '09) PHILIPPINES 28.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .420 288 100 3. Table 9c ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AGRARIAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE (CONCILIATION/MEDIATION OF CASES).191 0 I 2.892 2.917 2 IV-A 956 0 1. ASSISTED AS OF CASES BEG. OF ARBs CASES REGION PENDING NEW CASES INVOLVED TARGET TOTAL MEDIATED VS.720 100 100 2. BY REGION January to December 2009 CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT NO.523 1.206 132 100 3.026 1.523 159 100 2.252 0 IX 1.723 61 CAR 497 0 582 582 582 117 100 1.

362 2.238 1.153 247 2.696 1.416 869 4.520 1 / No CY 2009 Work and Financial Plan submitted to PS SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .005 2.518 5.798 1.878 CAR 331 117 437 554 117 436 553 167 100 1 Region I 256 175 330 505 175 193 368 144 73 137 Region II 960 651 1.515 1.726 102 79 450 Region IX 874 325 833 1.152 3.176 527 1.701 234 86 450 Region VIII 1.158 215 555 770 88 66 388 Region X 596 151 2.672 145 74 8.022 1. PENDING CY 2009 CASES AS OF REGION TARGET PENDING NEW CASES FROM FROM NEW EO DEC.018 880 4.036 250 93 380 Region VII 1.550 8. Table 10 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ADJUDICATION OF AGRARIAN CASES.087 1. TOTAL CY 2009 CASES BEG.738 651 710 1.043 16.949 327 90 207 Region XI 769 243 1.629 24.670 2.519 24.904 3.781 137 1.780 Region IV-A (CALABARZON) 999 817 917 1. BY REGION January to December 2009 CASELOAD TOTAL CASES RESOLVED % CASES RESOLVED VS.199 1.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .DEC 2009) CASES RECEIVED (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (j)= d-g PHILIPPINES 17.652 172 93 129 1_/ ARMM 21 14 35 12 0 12 34 23 DARAB-CO 1.536 5.031 33.359 831 8 839 68 25 2.107 476 109 585 64 53 522 Region VI 2.156 151 1.649 2.188 1.663 3.442 1. 2009 (JAN .644 1.151 247 2.685 243 1.890 116 69 1.734 658 348 1.167 5.454 2.006 101 58 728 Region IV-B (MIMAROPA) 519 455 291 746 449 81 530 102 71 216 Region V 913 507 600 1.361 142 78 377 Region III 3.431 186 85 254 Region XII 354 418 161 579 263 0 263 74 45 316 CARAGA 960 137 1.000 9. RECEIVED PENDING CASES TOTAL CASELOAD 2009 CASELOAD TARGET JAN.698 527 1.868 3.

CY 2009 NO.878 CAR 331 117 437 554 117 436 553 167 100 1 Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Abra 1 20 21 1 20 21 100 0 Apayao 35 37 72 35 36 71 99 1 Benguet 39 68 107 39 68 107 100 0 Ifugao 40 102 142 40 102 142 100 0 Kalinga 2 115 117 2 115 117 100 0 Mt.672 145 74 8. OF CASES RESOLVED % OF CASES RESOLVED PENDING CASES VS.087 1. BY PROVINCE January to December 2009 CASELOAD NO.550 8. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) CASES RECEIVED JAN 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (j)= d-g PHILIPPINES 17.519 24.738 651 710 1.000 9.043 16.629 24. cases being handled by the Regional Adjudicator . OF AS OF EO TARGET NEW CASES FROM FROM NEW DECEMBER REGION/PROVINCE PENDING TOTAL CY 2009 RECEIVED PENDING CASES TOTAL 2009 CASES BEG. BY REGION. Table 10a ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ADJUDICATION OF AGRARIAN CASES.361 142 78 377 Regional Office 11 129 140 11 28 39 28 101 1_/ Batanes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cagayan 230 506 736 230 391 621 84 115 Isabela 329 201 530 329 87 416 78 114 Nueva Viscaya 40 168 208 40 123 163 78 45 Quirino 41 83 124 41 81 122 98 2 1 / No case filed.031 33. Province 0 95 95 0 95 95 100 0 Region I 256 175 330 505 175 193 368 144 73 137 Regional Office 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 Ilocos Norte 22 31 53 22 19 41 77 12 Ilocos Sur 2 11 13 2 9 11 85 2 La Union 8 57 65 8 48 56 86 9 Pangasinan 143 228 371 143 115 258 70 113 Region II 960 651 1.

OF CASES RESOLVED % OF CASES RESOLVED PENDING CASES VS.362 2.556 428 625 1.152 3.670 2.107 476 109 585 64 53 522 Regional Office 93 26 119 65 0 65 55 54 Albay 141 261 402 141 62 203 50 199 Camarines Norte 30 39 69 30 17 47 68 22 Camarines Sur 31 62 93 31 19 50 54 43 Catanduanes 28 19 47 25 0 25 53 22 Masbate 90 92 182 90 11 101 55 81 Sorsogon 94 101 195 94 0 94 48 101 .890 116 69 1. CASELOAD NO.780 Regional Office 138 31 169 51 0 51 30 118 Aurora 18 74 92 18 19 37 40 55 Bataan 70 186 256 70 140 210 82 46 Bulacan 428 1.053 68 503 Nueva Ecija.868 3.North 175 467 642 175 254 429 67 213 Nueva Ecija.128 1. OF AS OF EO TARGET NEW CASES FROM FROM NEW DECEMBER REGION/PROVINCE PENDING TOTAL CY 2009 RECEIVED PENDING CASES TOTAL 2009 CASES BEG.006 101 58 728 Regional Office 4 6 10 4 0 4 40 6 Batangas 198 371 569 177 225 402 71 167 Cavite 41 157 198 41 0 41 21 157 Laguna 79 25 104 63 0 63 61 41 Quezon I 221 35 256 131 0 131 51 125 Quezon II 53 137 190 53 123 176 93 14 Rizal 221 186 407 189 0 189 46 218 IV-B (MIMAROPA) 519 455 291 746 449 81 530 102 71 216 Regional Office 0 6 6 0 6 6 0 0 Marinduque 5 29 34 5 29 34 100 0 Occidental Mindoro 116 156 272 116 3 119 44 153 Oriental Mindoro 249 50 299 243 0 243 81 56 Palawan 50 15 65 50 8 58 89 7 Romblon 35 35 70 35 35 70 100 0 Region V 913 507 600 1. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) CASES RECEIVED JAN 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (j)= d-g Region III 3.022 1.734 658 348 1. CY 2009 NO.518 5.South 298 568 866 298 417 715 83 151 Pampanga 312 467 779 265 171 436 56 343 Tarlac 604 378 982 604 155 759 77 223 Zambales 109 219 328 113 87 200 61 128 IV-A (CALABARZON) 999 817 917 1.

190 98 21 Guimaras 0 506 506 0 503 503 99 3 Iloilo 374 368 742 375 308 683 92 59 Negros Occidental 315 1.018 880 4.652 1.454 2.199 1.036 250 93 380 Regional Office 28 361 389 28 337 365 94 24 Aklan 5 314 319 5 309 314 98 5 Antique 1 281 282 1 281 282 100 0 Capiz 157 1.904 3. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) CASES RECEIVED JAN 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (j)= d-g Region VI 2.167 5.396 1.054 1.575 82 351 Cebu 20 509 529 20 489 509 96 20 Negros Oriental 40 452 492 40 422 462 94 30 Siquijor 7 27 34 7 18 25 74 9 Region VIII 1. CY 2009 NO.699 86 268 Region VII 1. OF CASES RESOLVED % OF CASES RESOLVED PENDING CASES VS.701 234 86 450 Regional Office 22 148 170 22 108 130 76 40 Bohol 158 1.033 1. CASELOAD NO.153 247 2.926 158 1.Sibugay 57 457 514 57 294 351 68 163 .649 2.211 157 1.536 5.417 1.176 527 1. OF AS OF EO TARGET NEW CASES FROM FROM NEW DECEMBER REGION/PROVINCE PENDING TOTAL CY 2009 RECEIVED PENDING CASES TOTAL 2009 CASES BEG.698 527 1.151 247 2.768 1.967 303 1.416 869 4.158 215 555 770 88 66 388 Regional Office 14 13 27 14 5 19 70 8 Zambooanga del Norte 162 120 282 85 39 124 44 158 Zamboanga del Sur 92 243 335 59 217 276 82 59 Zamboanga.726 102 79 450 Regional Office 51 110 161 51 68 119 74 42 Biliran 43 90 133 43 65 108 81 25 Eastern Samar 148 252 400 148 103 251 63 149 Leyte 190 407 597 190 311 501 84 96 Northern Samar 32 404 436 32 376 408 94 28 Western Samar 32 155 187 32 124 156 83 31 Southern Leyte 31 231 262 31 152 183 70 79 Region IX 874 325 833 1.

663 3.005 2.515 1.949 327 90 207 Regional Office 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 North Bukidnon 29 143 172 29 94 123 72 49 Sourth Bukidnon 23 807 830 23 745 768 93 62 Camiguin 3 29 32 3 21 24 75 8 Lanao del Norte 57 109 166 57 63 120 72 46 Misamis Occidental 15 123 138 15 114 129 93 9 Misamis Oriental 24 794 818 24 761 785 96 33 Region XI 769 243 1.685 243 1.188 1. OF AS OF EO TARGET NEW CASES FROM FROM NEW DECEMBER REGION/PROVINCE PENDING TOTAL CY 2009 RECEIVED PENDING CASES TOTAL 2009 CASES BEG.644 1. CY 2009 NO. CASELOAD NO. CASELOAD TARGET CASELOAD (JAN-DEC 2009) CASES RECEIVED JAN 2009 (a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (j)= d-g Region X 596 151 2.442 1.696 1.520 2 / No CY 2009 Work and Financial Plan submitted to PS 3 / No report submitted SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPlan .Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) .652 172 93 129 Regional Office 0 2 2 0 2 2 100 0 Agusan del Norte 4 637 641 4 628 632 99 9 Agusan del Sur 44 406 450 44 340 384 85 66 Dinagat Island 0 156 156 0 146 146 94 10 Surigao del Norte 4 187 191 4 182 186 97 5 Surigao del Sur 85 256 341 85 217 302 89 39 2_/ ARMM 21 14 35 12 0 12 34 23 Regional Office 3_/ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Basilan 10 0 10 3 0 3 30 7 3_/ Lanao Sur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maguindanao 9 14 23 8 0 8 35 15 Sulu 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 3_/ Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DAR-CO 1.781 137 1.156 151 1.359 831 8 839 68 25 2.431 186 85 254 Regional Office/ Davao City 19 220 239 19 178 197 82 42 Compostela Valley 28 96 124 28 50 78 63 46 Davao del Norte 158 459 617 158 375 533 86 84 Davao Oriental 13 79 92 13 36 49 53 43 Davao del Sur 25 588 613 25 549 574 94 39 Region XII 354 418 161 579 263 0 263 74 45 316 Regional Office/Sultan 51 9 60 20 0 20 33 40 Kudarat Cotabato 163 87 250 120 0 120 48 130 Sarangani 98 22 120 45 0 45 38 75 South Cotabato 106 43 149 78 0 78 52 71 CARAGA 960 137 1.798 1.238 1. OF CASES RESOLVED % OF CASES RESOLVED PENDING CASES VS.

< 5 YRS 5 YEARS .< 3 YRS 3 YEARS . Table 10b AGEING OF PENDING DARAB CASES.121 205 137 50 116 109 42 1.B 169 46 1 0 0 0 0 216 Region V 400 97 25 0 0 0 0 522 Region VI 135 172 35 18 20 0 0 380 Region VII 341 40 38 24 7 0 0 450 Region VIII 383 51 13 3 0 0 0 450 Region IX 61 166 161 0 0 0 0 388 Region X 207 0 0 0 0 0 0 207 Region XI 213 21 20 0 0 0 0 254 Region XII 111 114 44 29 18 0 0 316 CARAGA 129 0 0 0 0 0 0 129 ARMM 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 DAR-CO 1.878 % SHARE 66 15 8 3 3 3 2 100 CAR 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Region I 131 3 1 1 1 0 0 137 Region II 243 61 44 29 0 0 0 377 Region III 1.780 Region IV.< 6 YRS I YEAR ABOVE PENDING (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) PHILIPPINES 5.A 508 161 38 14 7 0 0 728 Region IV.< 4 YRS 4 YEARS .< 2 YRS 2 YEARS .831 1.655 151 153 123 141 120 177 2.520 SOURCE: Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) 96 .288 710 291 310 229 219 8. BY REGION As of December 2009 BELOW 6 YEARS AND TOTAL CASES REGION I YEAR .

269 9.018 I 150 122 751 64.516 106.640 62.848 V 147 99 624 146.240 X 163 88 631 133.973 125.045 XI 116 52 426 148.008 IV-A (CALABARZON) 120 78 391 84.016 193.443 1 / Refers to the number of ARCs confirmed by the National ARC Task Force Sources: National ARC Task Force Third Quarter 2009 Sectoral Accomplishment Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) .659 85.537 50.652 ARMM 96 6 318 116.419 86.193 71.113 1.769 78.185 III 198 115 764 190.680 115.401 1.675 113.946.181 2.352 CAR 85 67 483 88.760 67.096 48.532 VII 132 84 669 131.989 75.819 58.516 XIII 118 70 511 149.214 187.199 IV-B (MIMAROPA) 88 48 354 111.641 II 149 89 793 158.629 VI 164 102 416 153.420 64.433 68. OF LAD ACCMP.276 62.143 134.065 1.099 80.935 20.180 77.199 64.100 55.481 VIII 162 124 1.188.100.840 XII 78 53 225 177. OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) PHILIPPINES 2.075 IX 147 72 809 140.513 140. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO. OF NO. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.486 77.678 181.180 139.462 112.277 143.264 127. Table 11 NUMBER OF ARCs BY REGION As of December 2009 COVERAGE NO.882 163.

188.444 II 149 89 793 158.166 11.113 1.552 Benguet 16 13 91 21.705 75.482 24.105 8.528 9.154 11.637 Nueva Vizcaya 23 14 181 15.420 64.599 Ilocos Sur 44 33 235 11.930 11.269 9.313 14. Province 13 10 104 19.557 13.021 12.192 I 150 122 751 64.641 Ilocos Norte 25 22 115 14.065 1.044 Ifugao 12 10 89 14.401 1. OF NO.185 Batanes 6 6 25 639 652 1.572 8.352 CAR 85 67 483 88.033 6.304 6.511 42.788 16.100.819 58.051 Cagayan 45 28 217 41. Table 11a NUMBER OF ARCs BY PROVINCE As of December 2009 COVERAGE NO.946.642 30.408 Isabela 63 35 303 90.893 11.018 Abra 21 21 93 13. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.181 2. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO.486 77. OF LAD ACCMP.398 8.771 39.560 14.093 3.363 Mt.706 Apayao 12 5 52 8.489 9.161 Kalinga 11 8 54 11.100 55.893 11.262 23.180 139.577 14.262 La Union 23 20 74 7.447 Quirino 12 6 67 9.336 Pangasinan 58 47 327 30.674 16.572 7.642 1 / Refers to the number of ARCs confirmed by the National ARC Task Force Sources: National ARC Task Force Third Quarter 2009 Sectoral Accomplishment Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) . OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) PHILIPPINES 2.382 16.659 85.

291 10. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.105 14.200 11.999 4.219 7.763 Bulacan 32 17 121 18.325 33.193 71. OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) III 198 115 764 190.199 Batangas 22 14 53 12.096 48.789 27.251 14.214 187.462 112.180 77.066 52.372 6.415 Oriental Mindoro 17 14 109 17.423 Cavite 11 11 79 3.762 Bataan 15 12 59 14. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO. COVERAGE NO.432 Quezon II 36 17 128 30.408 16.142 18.779 12.906 5.185 Palawan 21 10 61 45.083 17.259 18.293 Laguna 17 11 44 6.620 26.489 10.842 20.113 .922 2.542 Pampanga 23 14 90 24.833 16.913 9.782 6.157 24.978 Nueva Ecija North 36 17 183 53.141 Rizal 6 6 23 12.848 Marinduque 15 6 81 17.126 24.153 4.392 7.547 IV-A (CALABARZON) 120 78 391 84.085 44.099 18.222 Occidental Mindoro 19 8 51 25.371 Nueva Ecija South 19 15 85 35.554 10.445 20.920 16.291 8.798 2.392 10.532 Quezon I 28 19 64 18.595 Zambales 18 13 60 10.680 115.378 IV-B (MIMAROPA) 88 48 354 111.450 Tarlac 31 19 111 25. OF LAD ACCMP.345 10.913 Romblon 16 10 52 5.994 15.479 28.008 Aurora 24 8 55 9. OF NO.

675 113.776 4.930 Negros Occidental 73 32 91 92.769 78.209 Antique 19 11 66 15.813 Cebu 30 23 89 12.044 48.903 11.093 Camarines Sur 38 29 149 41.136 24.007 VII 132 84 669 131.985 13. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.264 127.948 70.945 8.361 7.083 5.481 Bohol 49 33 329 28.071 Negros Oriental 45 22 186 89.689 8.040 6.959 VI 164 102 416 153.744 19.123 5.280 8.532 Aklan 15 14 103 11.516 106. OF NO.624 32.894 11. OF LAD ACCMP.629 Albay 27 18 162 31.932 15.800 41.926 12.577 Iloilo 32 25 93 14. OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) V 147 99 624 146.659 10.936 24.733 Capiz 17 15 44 11.544 Catanduanes 18 11 99 10.470 13.475 6.559 Sorsogon 27 15 110 16.086 15.195 19.272 Camarines Norte 15 10 51 14. COVERAGE NO.076 Guimaras 8 5 19 7.202 Masbate 22 16 53 30.640 62.699 7.989 75.333 68. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO.952 22.993 12.319 Siquijor 8 6 65 529 322 278 .970 7.

415 20.986 16.661 Northern Samar 21 18 144 31.895 43.553 Misamis Occidental 44 17 196 9. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO. COVERAGE NO.143 134.973 125.137 8.507 11.142 20.420 .930 XI 116 52 426 148.279 Davao Norte 25 10 98 43.564 7.397 59.352 29.045 Bukidnon 45 22 145 66.070 31. OF LAD ACCMP.226 20.564 30.335 44.355 28.288 Eastern Samar 21 20 213 35.750 9.930 8.359 13.199 64.374 Compostela Valley 25 11 104 44.847 8. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.241 15.419 86.474 2.240 Zamboanga Norte 55 27 294 45.274 Samar 24 19 145 32.685 16.609 21.689 Zamboanga Sur 46 27 260 31.410 30.535 8.182 Southern Leyte 23 19 161 16.277 143.882 X 163 88 631 133.678 181.016 193.912 43.215 6. OF NO.721 Misamis Oriental 39 26 110 15.017 15.018 60.627 Camiguin 8 5 51 2. OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) VIII 162 124 1.187 Leyte 60 41 312 70.685 35.192 36.604 6.493 26.506 26.276 62.669 Zamboanga Sibugay 46 18 255 63.719 20.214 Lanao Norte 27 18 129 40.324 3.483 IX 147 72 809 140.181 Davao Oriental 22 11 76 28.840 Davao City 14 7 40 9.339 11.099 80.075 Biliran 13 7 41 8.810 63.439 12.586 Davao Sur 30 13 108 21.

935 20. COVERAGE NO. OF NO.455 5.303 Dinagat Island 1 6 ARMM 96 6 318 116.876 1.882 163.820 31.550 Sultan Kudarat 16 15 58 38.620 Surigao Norte 31 25 184 24.513 140. OF ARCs REGION/PROVINCE NO.188 15.473 South Cotabato 18 12 51 38.974 Maguindanao 19 0 61 43.909 7.068 10.960 Surigao Sur 39 19 124 30.760 13.234 985 Sulu 12 0 46 6.463 5.796 29. OF ARBs MUNICIPALITY BARANGAYS (HA) XII 78 53 225 177.638 16.685 5. LAUNCHED 1/ LAD SCOPE (HA) NO.876 5.931 Lanao del Sur 34 0 155 32.433 68.516 Cotabato 31 19 83 81.579 Tawi-Tawi 17 0 34 32.944 78.974 .945 15.652 Agusan Norte 23 12 77 15.537 50.815 36.583 36.313 16.020 5.540 12.270 17.267 74.737 XIII 118 70 511 149.745 26.756 Saranggani 13 7 33 18.350 1.721 14.760 67.443 Basilan 14 6 22 1.780 23. OF LAD ACCMP.769 Agusan Sur 24 14 120 78.

084 67.118 ARMM 116.420 64.759 IX 140.168 VI 153.039 86.199 44.044 68.718 20.765 1.080 18. SCOPE ACCOMP.678 181.065 792.769 13.100 39.214 187.871 4.045 31.943 1.) NO.982 87.240 22.996 9.096 34.989 54.142 7.874 45.899 78.529 10.662 115.027 1_/ Actual status is as of September 2009 2_/ Total number of ARBs in LAD do not tally with male and female breakdown because some provinces in ARMM did not reflect such breakdown Source: Third Quarter 2009 Sectoral Accomplishment Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) .537 50.106 IV-B 111.088 80.516 10.817 24.352 314.433 45.192 25.868 5.360 162. BY REGION As of December 2009 1_/ LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION LEASEHOLD TOTAL NO. MALE FEMALE TOTAL W.532 10.028 15.546 21.008 45.684 I 64.270 XII 177.652 29.189 28.801 23.641 26.882 163.412 1.094 V 146.462 112.289 55.260 84.246 293.727 142.490 3.946.276 44.554 4. Table 11b STATUS OF LAND TENURE IMRPOVEMENT IN THE ARCs.819 36.629 15.096 3.134 1.935 5.277 143.751 73.262 100.489 39.213 95.139 X 133.295 CAR 88.075 50.199 14.012 64.840 1.886 31. OF ARBs ARBs W.840 12.566 17.426 17.937 1.608 71.675 113.099 53.838 78.443 1.481 16.228 298.180 77.026 2.315 616 20. SCOPE ACCOMP.792 VII 131.454 201.327 77.482 85.115 .509 15.430 93.185 19.466 85.180 139.193 49. OF REGION AREA (HA.555 3.302. 584 584 21.432 14.934 5.029 10.407 5.680 96.280 3.234 9.419 63.594 1.640 47.907 56.730 516 3.848 6.492 16.430 48.172 27.816 23.933 17.837 13.367 11.160 62.828 6.033 20.143 134.345 28.325 15.769 53.873 13.956 62.372 XI 148.018 738 727 594 72 666 58.735 IV-A 84.513 140.760 53.540 13.608 23.951 26.045 11.814 75.486 77.127 6.694 VIII 193.985 13.516 106.346 18.472 58.987 26.952 29.264 127.659 69.401 44.974 5. OF ARBs 2_/ AREA (HA.539 69.188.296 6.623 II 158.673 14.100.317 7.246 75.703 15.447 III 190.643 24.872 2.205 9. MALE FEMALE TOTAL PHILIPPINES 2.757 994 5.455 6.267 XIII 149.973 125.684 103.401 1.240 22.) NO.352 16.011 10.

013 3. OF ARBs ARBs W. .033 South Nueva Ecija 35.161 .469 6.506 4.489 39.096 14.336 1.362 3.224 42.371 10.513 Mt.021 7.304 4.913 9.291 10.908 27.599 3.767 4.382 16.943 1.076 Aurora 9.829 590 78 668 6.086 28.829 1. .474 41.705 75.430 1_/ Actual status is as of September 2009 2_/ Total number of ARBs in LAD do not tally with male and female breakdown because some provinces in ARMM did not reflect such breakdown Source: Third Quarter 2009 Sectoral Accomplishment Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) .494 Isabela 90.685 401 5.918 II 158.375 1.299 4.594 1.295 CAR 88.323 8.415 10.866 4.789 24.523 5.642 968 968 662 94 756 7.572 7.432 11.463 2.096 3.825 1.100.066 52.755 3.913 3.734 17.703 15.844 7. OF REGION/PROVINCE AREA (HA.413 6.552 213 202 204 18 222 3.262 4.292 4.482 18.363 274 274 131 19 150 8.788 4.254 321 3. OF ARBs 2_/ AREA (HA.003 526 4.946.521 11.838 13.560 14.820 6.819 36. .928 8.759 24.060 5.000 Apayao 8.732 17.482 85.458 3.930 8.788 8.619 1.105 6.982 87. .680 96. 9.083 17.763 2.792 16.816 Tarlac 25.637 4.639 356 1.444 17.065 792. MALE FEMALE TOTAL W.354 1.105 13.642 30.284 4.727 142.014 Pangasinan 30.299 3.678 11.154 7.289 55.360 162. 16.262 19.200 8.951 26.246 293.212 Nueva Vizcaya 15.366 17.038 18.375 5.420 64.309 369 2.995 22.762 3.537 Pampanga 24.735 Bataan 14.214 187.008 45.456 3.313 14.153 3.873 13.162 Cagayan 41.325 15.391 Ilocos Sur 11.325 33.033 6.228 298. BY REGION.192 .351 2.684 Abra 13.157 24.937 1.100 39.557 13.352 314. 12.015 3.450 5.086 20.) NO.528 5.653 23.346 18.575 46.610 1. SCOPE ACCOMP.398 5.267 467 5.352 16. .978 8.391 20. .572 5.893 11. Table 11c STATUS OF LAND TENURE IMRPOVEMENT IN THE ARCs.399 9.278 16.200 16.817 24.447 6.398 III 190.472 58.623 Ilocos Norte 14.185 19.706 251 251 259 35 294 9. .563 2.893 7.181 Quirino 9.116 676 4.192 I 64.498 12.741 3. . .601 Bulacan 18. MALE FEMALE TOTAL PHILIPPINES 2.878 8.937 454 5.641 26.345 28.529 13.251 14.292 10.262 100.994 13.906 4.284 1.874 45.109 7.408 7.872 3.486 77.018 738 727 594 72 666 58.126 24.044 .401 1.662 115.788 16.554 8. Province 19.447 Batanes 639 652 695 356 1.244 15.166 11.842 17.598 11.929 1.694 4. .044 Ifugao 14.542 4.771 39.577 14.986 Zambales 10.662 32.595 6.872 5.546 21. BY PROVINCE As of December 2009 1_/ LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION LEASEHOLD TOTAL NO.454 201.659 69.161 Kalinga 11.485 1.555 3.375 4.300 La Union 7.453 825 5.302.742 1.426 17.489 9.256 North Nueva Ecija 53.774 Benguet 21.547 5.685 5.188.482 5.) NO.399 1. .180 139.614 2.344 8.571 267 1.511 36.861 4.172 27.387 5. .674 8.817 6.886 31.136 230 3.696 2. SCOPE ACCOMP.165 3.867 15.450 16.226 436 4.291 6.695 1.051 63 63 69 42 111 1.686 11.093 2.762 1.

718 20.220 5.528 3.640 47.195 15.926 10.468 7.730 516 3.952 22.076 IV-B 111.400 4.649 8.280 4.362 8. .319 1.293 2.076 13.193 49.907 56.153 3.798 2.877 297 3.890 1.724 8.361 5.407 5.222 .100 20.560 3.785 Cavite 3.481 16.577 280 280 191 18 209 4.236 Camarines Norte 14.913 55 55 34 1 35 20.883 5.624 32.026 2.969 2.327 11.932 11. LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION LEASEHOLD TOTAL NO.475 4.694 Bohol 28.565 2.096 34.999 2.504 7.948 70.074 7.280 3.962 19.652 1.030 6.699 7. .414 Capiz 11. .335 1.668 10.489 6.559 Sorsogon 16.138 2.432 3.264 127. OF REGION/PROVINCE AREA (HA.408 16.234 9.219 5.948 Romblon 5.551 3.260 84.744 2.897 1.908 742 2.235 2.185 2.838 78.433 4.133 VI 153.462 112.183 2. MALE FEMALE TOTAL W.699 309 2.945 6.386 41.650 12.392 7.543 10.142 7.643 24.518 3.776 3. OF ARBs 2_/ AREA (HA.099 15.659 6.789 8.364 3.970 6.297 2.133 1. MALE FEMALE TOTAL IV-A 84.213 18.779 12.455 1.123 3. Mindoro 17.094 Marinduque 17.325 2.848 6.479 28.008 12.025 195 1.786 Iloilo 14.529 429 1.610 1.975 Rizal 12.048 1.089 19.223 894 195 1.418 1.791 8.744 14.317 7.368 1.071 2.121 16.923 3.689 6.920 12.209 4.598 Negros Occidental 92.312 2.985 13.930 2.168 Albay 31.423 2.777 16.801 6.156 1.448 2.733 983 983 518 163 681 6.177 1.644 Catanduanes 10.018 770 412 95 507 41.272 1. .936 24.956 62.461 4.559 . Mindoro 25.908 V 146.422 Camarines Sur 41.752 Quezon I 18.872 2. .514 VII 131.814 75. 8.455 6.834 17.757 7.953 630 165 795 4.085 44.186 8.222 Occ.430 48.532 1.682 1.445 14.205 9.772 2. .011 10.142 18.466 5. SCOPE ACCOMP. SCOPE ACCOMP.551 283 1.933 17.909 1.172 155 1.833 16.174 Masbate 30.504 Or.641 2.436 5.828 6.803 490 2.955 1.958 50.113 1.007 1.769 53. .136 24.372 6.516 106.050 .105 667 1.883 20.378 873 817 558 140 698 8.792 Aklan 11.198 48.221 4.319 1.127 6.544 1.099 1.537 799 165 964 16.138 1.246 75.180 77.174 11.721 Negros Oriental 89.086 15.608 71.018 695 90 785 3.044 32.579 3.141 3.083 3.813 10.202 3.540 13.620 10.195 Guimaras 7.259 9.390 1.093 912 757 229 100 329 6.277 Siquijor 529 322 143 135 278 1.782 6.621 9.431 18.333 68.646 Cebu 12.926 12.119 8.323 19.237 125 1.769 13.240 22.539 69.285 Antique 15.) NO.835 1.202 3.851 4.106 Batangas 12.319 1. .512 Palawan 45.304 2.199 14.380 862 238 1.213 95.509 15.903 11.909 1.641 1.406 3.721 15.292 1.989 54.922 1.894 11.959 7.078 Laguna 6.738 2.390 278 1.076 1.675 113.040 6.440 Quezon II 30. 18.673 14. OF ARBs ARBs W.470 13.) NO.095 10.412 1.993 12.415 2.314 905 214 1.765 1.629 15.532 10.194 1.869 1.985 13.764 645 327 972 6.244 4.800 31.392 5.345 10.188 10.833 30.620 26.791 3.

277 143.487 5.181 5.228 5.468 3.473 1.586 2.270 Compostela Valley 44.213 15.241 9.041 2.414 2.547 Davao Oriental 28.798 8.556 545 3.475 IX 140.493 26.871 4.267 North Cotabato 81.609 15.039 86.868 5.153 1.756 1.899 26.704 2.663 Eastern Samar 35.938 1.491 14.355 19.866 Samar 32.451 26.258 Northern Samar 31.139 Zamboanga del Norte 45.583 Davao del Norte 43.015 2.690 421 2.230 2.759 Biliran 8.630 23.840 12.463 4.432 14.439 9.575 11. SCOPE ACCOMP.405 12.286 26.792 Saranggani 18.955 3.987 26.358 1.930 6.352 29.005 2.507 7.986 11.699 3.870 1.882 163.760 53.553 3.516 10.442 Lanao Del Norte 40.134 4.882 7.675 6.837 13.016 15.751 73.080 18.556 9.957 748 386 1.460 5.055 17.134 1.684 103.767 1.645 28.420 573 571 180 42 222 15.930 6.384 628 169 797 30.515 5.502 8.274 7.010 18.151 1.735 5.374 2.033 20.216 Davao City 9.108 7.215 3. LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION LEASEHOLD TOTAL NO.424 3.542 2.099 53.132 2.051 7.927 16.045 11. OF REGION/PROVINCE AREA (HA.160 62.512 11.604 4.535 8.074 331 1.084 67.815 36.207 4.910 2.017 15.288 7.996 9.908 4.714 11.401 44.028 15.685 35.678 181.187 15.661 16.552 3.362 1.260 6.783 2.296 6.910 Leyte 70.529 481 3.162 25.597 36.904 3.762 6.) NO.596 2.550 5.250 4.214 3.406 5.359 13.143 134.560 .627 1.767 12.018 60.816 23.129 991 397 97 494 29.757 994 5.279 607 607 232 72 304 7.468 8.044 X 133.490 3.899 1.140 Zamboanga del Sur 31.111 5.529 10.288 496 389 334 41 375 6. MALE FEMALE TOTAL W.797 Misamis Oriental 15.188 13.346 3.801 23.966 16.088 80.337 7.012 64.332 20.913 737 152 889 6.540 12.530 6.335 44.324 1.419 63.076 13.075 50.790 1.654 20.664 XI 148.173 31.750 9.049 16.276 44.895 43.587 4.406 2.313 13.865 1.587 Southern Leyte 16.934 5.348 Misamis Occidental 9. OF ARBs 2_/ AREA (HA.045 31.372 Bukidnon 66.955 Zamboanga Sibugay 63.483 7.430 93.275 1.362 South Cotabato 38.276 354 1.982 8.756 1.951 561 2.944 78.973 125.553 Sultan Kudarat 38.367 11.257 335 1.272 3.592 12.642 Davao del Sur 21.327 77.689 6.298 30.241 11.320 15.101 15.415 13.137 8.474 2.182 3.339 7.174 20.111 18.070 31.397 59.498 1.199 44.737 1.240 22.410 30.372 7.076 8.550 2.468 29.448 7.226 20.263 1.449 5.192 25.505 6.185 16.899 78.952 29.912 43. OF ARBs ARBs W.282 XII 177.192 4.011 4.653 21.554 4.179 6.810 63.583 36.685 9.142 15.992 13.719 15.796 22.121 Camiguin 2.723 21.481 890 283 1.933 5.564 22.669 8.093 4.171 2.506 19.) NO.721 18. MALE FEMALE TOTAL VIII 193.564 5.847 6.566 17.964 1.320 3.192 36. SCOPE ACCOMP.376 4.661 863 192 1.

215 4.696 14.189 28.) NO. .315 616 20.974 Maguindanao 43.654 31.820 20. 5.931 Lanao Sur 32.267 74.786 23.093 996 3.876 5. .303 7.206 2. OF REGION/PROVINCE AREA (HA.563 7.171 3.041 635 2. MALE FEMALE TOTAL W.392 ARMM 116.089 18.652 29.638 16.656 6.178 2.931 . OF ARBs 2_/ AREA (HA. .746 Surigao Del Sur 30.974 . .960 14. 5.876 1.305 228 .455 . SCOPE ACCOMP.445 Agusan Del Sur 78.745 26.945 11.676 10.722 1. OF ARBs ARBs W.019 669 246 915 32.721 14. 5. 165 165 1.020 .760 8.068 10. . .769 5.615 9. .966 10. 120 120 1. SCOPE ACCOMP.234 .608 23. 523 .909 5.270 17. .974 5. .744 Tawi-tawi 32.780 23. 584 584 21. .175 2.840 1. 299 299 6. 1.029 10.350 . 5. MALE FEMALE TOTAL XIII 149.492 16.466 85.537 50.191 5.443 1.685 5.974 .739 13.620 1.221 5. 985 1.581 7.935 5.433 45.513 140.088 15.579 535 364 .027 Basilan 1.535 Surigao Del Norte 24.115 . .105 Sulu 6.315 616 5.118 Agusan Del Norte 15. .) NO.273 .044 68. LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION LEASEHOLD TOTAL NO.

181 IV-A 7 86.268.486 VI 7 87.41 2 4 43.02 1 8 73.134 XI 5 138.685 III 17 145.461 SOURCE: Summary of National ARC Connectivity Clusters-Project Deveopment and Management Service (PDMS) .586.20 .21 1 3 33.62 1 1 27.14 45 80 736.009 221.185 4 33.955 CAR 9 116.821.94 3 4 42.12 6 6 50.121 X 7 70.112.15 5 4 42.736. 6 57.123 94.000 64.788.066 626.128.265 II 10 236.792.38 6 6 25.34 .887 I 7 75.095 71.061 IV-B 6 46. .00 3 5 60.103 IX 4 38.171.374.179 79.062 VII 8 167.988 53.362.) PLANS PLANS ARBs IDENTIFIED/DELINEATED PREPARED PREPARED PHILIPPINES 115 1. BY REGION As of December 2009 ARCs NO.513 35.889 1.201 130.392.893.366 29.897 66.468 19. 5 48.626. OF ARC CONNECTIVITY PRODUCTION CLUSTER BUSINESS NON- REGION CLUSTERS ARBs TOTAL AREA (HA.434 34.00 11 16 81.142 52.847 .641 1.50 4 5 33.647 V 10 131. OF NO.847 CARAGA 7 80.352.625 80.412 97.878 164.185.196.826 VIII 7 198.668 6.590 84. 61.393 32. Table 12 SUMMARY OF NATIONAL ARC CONNECTIVITY CLUSTERS.121 91.847.421 55.747 116.697 127.26 .99 2 7 53. 61.722 53.189 XII 4 116.589 32.

861 444.857 21.782 54.576 V 255 19.090 71 36.615 VII 434 31. BY REGION As of December 2009 1_/ TOTAL NO.373 30.884.837.362 59 2.528 10.965 67 106.484 25.859 7.461.770 CAR 147 17.407 IV-A 280 19.203 13.336 527.175 9.290.078 8.309.183.473 317.615 20.550 5. OF TOTAL NO.357.188.322 XI 353 36.735 408.764.348 5.772 14.058.295 60.218 64.708.236 152.408 304.359.851 69 121.615 11.127 15.231 30.527 69 22.196 503.535 17.713 III 717 50.994 200.723 1.669 71.602.619 104.799 15.707.334 25.155 ARMM 182 4.117 79.425.148.499 1.098.189 968.349.446 16.635.414 185.944 48 71.449 XII 285 23.100 8.015.177.436 37.740 27.920.543.540.987 IX 433 40.810 10.930.557 27.430 4.086 XIII 513 32.341 11.334 14.695.151 28.740 338.106 19.239.363 10.593 I 488 42.075 18.328 261.838 45.025. TOTAL CBU ASSETS LIABILITIES MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MEMBERSHIP MOB.740 408.936 341.732.246 439. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PhP) NO.827 68.756 9.672 10.539 27.457 61.396 60 76.565 37.553 150.421 9.619 29.086 30.937.503.934 469 16.776 17.942.208.715.413 165.275. PHILIPPINES 6.209 7.943. Table 13 STATUS OF ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ARCs.284 757.305.278 3.489.992.730 VIII 625 29.001.517.882 38.361.995. OF MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS VS.476 143.614 IV-B 282 15.097 44.767.123.934 469 12.191.663 226.946 49.737 43 68.004 X 404 25.053 370.975 58.384.339 22.089 1_/ Actual status is as of September 2009 2_/ Total number of ARBs in LAD do not tally with male and female breakdown because some provinces in ARMM did not reflect such breakdown Source: Third Quarter National Consolidation Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) .377.075 28.577.719 15.641.912 6.633 181.788 11.076 21.705 22.956.980.758 18.672.550.787.570 60.142 52.597 8.317 29.369 35.316 25.288 22.806.188 53 55.920 II 469 30.495 479.558 13.074 198.388.230 775.459 78.051 6.609.175 201.024.239 241.654 48.118 610.652 541.680 13.535 16.052 42.106 28.124.653.431 781.302 50 58.203 368.160 80.276 307.050 21.351 74 27. REGION SAVINGS ORGs.000 55 339.704.483 8.489.208 774.018 42 330.859 350.861 67 295.769 8.233.795 286.142 705.813.676 18.962.784.436.206 41.235 61 72.509 VI 379 20.543.722.345 16.141 15.001.854.392.159.080 35.430 17.346 3.834 68.554 60 120.638 4.790 40.497.343 52 209.596 16.175 39.813 1.748 34.

762. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MOB.969 81.955.908 4. MEMBERSHIP PHILIPPINES 6.857 2.175 9.307 179.273.089 1.535 17.034 9.335 8.123.735.030 13.065 497.920.502 8.054 3.178 8.276 307. Table 13a STATUS OF ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ARCs.861 67 295.243.732 225.234.484 North Nueva Ecija 197 11.377.815 12.764.515 19.483 8.300 7.864.723 1.573 594 298 892 57 2.947 1.553 150.758 South Nueva Ecija 80 5.080 5.001 1.550.161.030 11.288.481 5.613 11.400.025 21.733 3.653 264.549.897 4.763 4.214.485.683 294.795 286.123 2.162 51.828 1.624 77 28.296 1.882 38.243 6.923 10.175 201.000 50.392.246 Nueva Vizcaya 120 7.280 19.292 III 717 50.119.735.139.858.012.871.703 83.322 5.854.955.273 Pangasinan 193 15.442 124.282.820 3.562 10.170 996 722 1.907 15.135.078 8.018 236.585 36.195.127 18.976. MEMBERS REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS 2_/ SAVINGS VS.881 5.484 25.359 197.408 304.718 25.535 2.336 527.407 Bataan 61 3.594 2.154.838.880 I 488 42.288 22.489.775.520.093 4.352.800 564.923 1.381 1.007 4.521 Benguet 29 4.353.942 1.832 Pampanga 98 8.291 3.281.648 3.633 181.678 155.214 3.020 4.142 52.619 62 70.426.188.260 1_/ Actual status is as of September 2009 2_/ Total number of ARBs in LAD do not tally with male and female breakdown because some provinces in ARMM did not reflect such breakdown Source: Third Quarter National Consolidation Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) .343 52 209.837 76 3.290.360 5.777 4.654 48.578 II 469 30.393 4.340.829 111.625.776 17.469 7.246 439.387. OF TOTAL NO.486 73 19.852 80.230 530 1.931 2.990. Province 19 4.904 4.362 59 2.018 42 330.668 6.537.354.016 2.680 4.380 4.644 1.246.696 1.249 9.305.078 37.593 Abra 37 1.911 145.106 28.549 8.893 879 2.388 46 56.719 15.446 16.309.325 Zambales 50 2.463 58 156.662.387 988.772 56 2.269 227.718 54 8.413 165.713 88.341 Mt.095 9.233 7.224.924 Bulacan 93 9.543.955.965 Kalinga 30 1.148.020 1.284 757.307 536.428 65 33.208 774.763.273.526.360 6.936 2.435 48 3.000 Tarlac 101 5.602.823 5.357.697 1.794 53.723 1.490.661 1.863 73.714 52 20.375.162.501 4.082.946.208 25.300.875.657 3.827 12.066 14.407 30 54.828 55 14.546 1.615 8.471 12.142 705.199 Ilocos Sur 74 11.198 80 18.473 317.272 135.530 57.672 10.786.069 Quirino 42 2.262 3.959 3.014.936 191.325.992.406 3.979 55 180.917 1.870 La Union 79 6.298 31.201 14.079.886 129.272.488.098.124.388.836 16.565 37.838 16.430 17.646 42.720 17.774.831 1.005 1.455 2.540.194 10.522 1. BY PROVINCE As of December 2009 1_/ TOTAL NO.901 143.205.063 66 64.200 8.191 77 29.988 913 522 1.389 113.896 Apayao 14 979 594 1.137 5.625 6. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP) NO.824 Aurora 37 3.931.366.459 78.431.504 7.341 11.232 28 114.189 968.034.122.589.762 38 22.947 10.052 42.225 327.156 14. BY REGION.102.282.125 Isabela 164 10.260 6.667 7.107.619 104.339 22.691 9.225 6.770 CAR 147 17.538 4.554 60 120.990 Ifugao 18 4.177.075 6.088.920 Ilocos Norte 142 9.025.822 2.464.070 22.713 Batanes 18 345 389 734 251 243 494 67 676.458 52.861 444.962.740 287.753 12.557 27.760 45 19.859 1.790 40.392.140 2.627 4.938 6.980 Cagayan 125 9.208.218 64.657.851 3.692. TOTAL CBU ASSETS LIABILITIES ORGs.820 2.745 7.011.859 7.714 8.304 264.596 112.511 19.674 2.199.307 4.265 2.483 42.362.722.431 781.335.389 71.185.387 6.956.827.083.670 16.068 115.795 89.015.917 11.486 64 32.025 8.527.

837.450.663 226.697 Palawan 77 5.967. MEMBERS REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS 2_/ SAVINGS VS.001.527 69 22.175 2.558 4.550 IV-B 282 15.636 357.459 1.152.692 1.052 Negros Occidental 181 9.446 1.235 4.558 30.905.870 82.384.786.641 2.494.149 1.220 9.154 2.684 77 1.003 60.823 Capiz 28 1.036 2.752. MEMBERSHIP IV-A 280 19.406 48.044 3.690 3.540 267.723 Or.051 6.133 1.935 3.022.040.334 25.552 159.078 42 25.883 14.420.596 16.426 842 2.446 991 2.118 1.320 3.188 58 3.989 3.921 1.205.618 62 12.846.620 3.497 44.896.026 24.359.754 2.574.615 11.947 Masbate 40 3.740 27.917. TOTAL NO.729.992 1.897 5.322 Laguna 32 1.285 Iloilo 60 3.942.528 10.872 4.767.872.254.981.467 2.406 1.801 4.057 4.480 2.117 79.392 Cavite 27 1.756 9.458 23.167 726 1.100.423 5.928 1.615 Aklan 46 2.005.463 VI 379 20.100 8.332 4.354 434. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP) NO.178 18.550 5.823 3.897 8.545 .472.869 8.800 3.239 241.640 Guimaras 13 432 468 900 392 348 740 82 347.191.345 16.865 1.960.680 13.476 143.295 1.733.515 4.148 570 1.490 1.676.288 2. TOTAL CBU ASSETS LIABILITIES ORGs.556.165 16.499.696 6.645 68 12.672.202 Camarines Norte 27 1.240 3.268 948.558.047 1.501 1.114 99.304.571 6.325 3.770 18.617 4.535 16.672.406 97.510 9.112 392.389 42 6.262 1.092 3.292 11.615.468 46.150 3.664 1.449 4.948.549 22.724 5.541 1.417.529 3.574.236 152.787.209 7.636 4.285 1.590.159.202.955 4.503.348 5.772 14.332 443.065 1.875 1. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MOB.307 68 4.455 7.681 Romblon 40 1.844 131.669.944 48 71.141 15.274 15.301 Quezon II 83 4.374 Camarines Sur 56 5.704.237 973 3.324 17.918 58 2.261 17.159 1.071 4.972.406 V 255 19.518.502 1.900 757 514 1.717 2.635 723 2. OF TOTAL NO.614 Batangas 49 4.413.625 15.687 1.646 11.029 49.360 2.039.180 18.813 42.605 8.225.576 Marinduque 45 990 1.761.818.090 71 36.072 110.740 338. Mindoro 30 2.597 Sorsogon 40 2.862 611 2.230 5.290 3.471.363 10.509 3.920 88 2.351.388 2.473 58 3.270 Antique 51 3.369 35.271 67 760.363 32.561 70 3.653.092.108.172.683 2.936.150.094 2.216 5.177 855 1.369 17.023 14.862.977 4.363.143 3.334.583 1.418 4.249.374.019 1.752.533.046 2.912 6.835 1.501 1.023 1.374.091.571 144.218.069 Occ.786 1.509 Albay 63 5.000.368 2.409 20.954 8.534 3.021 331 1.102.352 55 4.380 1.865.433 Quezon I 50 3.611.045.225 69.616 11.060 840 1.141 66 6.766 1.187 2.258 92.690 7.118 7.285 3.210 56 5.868 1.396 60 76.616 Rizal 39 3.615 20.548 1.734 67.058.317 29.822.522 139.893 74 602.056.891.446 81 17.253 1.358 59 5.975 70.040 878 1.635.414 185.471.441.275.686 544.080 35.929 18. Mindoro 90 5.707 36.788 11.995.936 341.119.197 46 25.277.553 851.582 51 52.437 1.223.715.922 8.926 Catanduanes 29 1.402 1.868 16.718 62 3.788 4.827 68.498 229.268 65 4.

597 8.314 2.640 5.686.829 8.975 58.274 135.235 61 72.728 2.032.687.493 17.855 5.831 17.916.829 25.665.286 20.836 11.930.127 15.340.036.840 14.008 2.992.589 380.299 14.230 1.296.931 59.247 3.601 12.346 3.322 Bukidnon 141 9.106 19.842 Samar 90 3.806.127 47 33.203 13.359.879 50 3.167 5.308 85.585 3.838 45.160 47 20.374 13.834 68.663 8.650 44.994.804 15.466 53.102 3.110 97 2.829 5.766.762 34 21.801 10.965 67 106.053.539 27.230 80 202.748 10.610 1.986 1.650.994 200.480.177 15.744 3.892 153.733.042 808 2.743 21.716 1.457 12.741 20.146 72 25.373 30.769 8.913 Davao City 47 2.072 Cebu 84 5.963 1.201.564 9.136 Northern Samar 62 2.652 541.645 13.291.799 15.345 42 5.457 61.922 89.794 7.401.210 5.094.840.664.953.483 5.811 XI 353 36.233.813 1.407.590 53 36.837 224.591 876.288 170.819 22.449.290.203 368.742 Davao Oriental 56 3.511 7.076 21.619 29.287.697.750 1.900 651.805 17.856.275 4.659.867 Leyte 174 9.597.444.449 Compostela Valley 61 10.220 1. MEMBERSHIP VII 434 31.556 52 31.596.534.344.090 3.186 576 1.459.007 7.464 25.223 261.607 68.477.399 1. OF TOTAL NO.728 4.030.061 Camiguin 28 1. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MOB.269 69 7.004 Zamboanga del Norte 115 8.168.735 408.366 1.730 1.302 50 58.154 64 5.497.520.282 Negros Oriental 163 12.500.206 41.621 303.239 3.735 1.838 Davao del Norte 105 11.645.935 Siquijor 26 933 2.837.363 4.354 213.516 3.075 28.813.420 77 3.934 287.473 Eastern Samar 115 3.214.741 5.808 12.354 5.001.818 11.593 17.987 Biliran 46 1.529 3.092 IX 433 40.465.849 3.953 2.797 1.349.247 195.156 5. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP) NO.368.461.285.157 5.488 40.617 3.851 69 121.788.499 1.436 37.947 4.943.861 173.590 34.807 132.400 7.690 368.062 1.361.016.172 75.767.334 14.042 1.740 2.821 6.288 108.688 3.350 40 7.215 7.054 2.936 2.758.184 5.654 13.794 972 2.381.152.194 4.022. TOTAL CBU ASSETS LIABILITIES ORGs.474 9.669 71.511.522.055 81.037 2.847 3.492 76 13.570 9.278 3.703 58.922 16. TOTAL NO.490 5.426 6.458 9.935.216 5.183.705 22.300 .656 Davao del Sur 84 7.559 91 5.783 7.980. MEMBERS REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS 2_/ SAVINGS VS.712 8.497 25.473 16.570 60.673.127 5.018.966.850 48 8.191.973.655 21.442 VIII 625 29.985 8.904 25.407.097 44.817 788.950 5.075 18.139 1.987 1.460 290.629 2.386 16.030.806.000 55 339.240 1.239.411.000 12.577 Southern Leyte 138 8.328.115 70 30.805 517.554 6.214.639 9.884.394.120 16.193 26.001.721 7.803 76.066.175 39.679.740 408.551 4.601 181.231 30.543.383.787 Misamis Occidental 55 3.659 10.776.756 73 73.655 2.358 60 63.671.730 Bohol 161 13.813.362.732.367 Zamboanga Sibugay 176 19.917 95.436.142 2.766 639 321 960 35 2.043 6.784.372.360.084.547.167 50 9.586 8.579 8.844 2.937.676 18.047 4.707.457 11.074 Zamboanga del Sur 142 12.564 X 404 25.791.392.856 11.120 759 1.444 5.123.160 80.857 21.183 115.135 2.065 19.334.998 43 85.782 54.224 6.640.923.758 6.783.366 882.254 3.059 Lanao Del Norte 80 3.122 2.605 Misamis Oriental 100 6.276 28.632 2.172 631 714 1.602 100.665.410.646 10.489.247 2.837.434 7.663.050 21.495 479.322.

106 51.997.403 100 27.033.430 1.737 43 68.974 4.188 53 55.653 1.540 68.086 30.054.421 9.609.259 282.934 469 5.196 503.594.430 4.072 3. .243 17. 287 .362 9. .278 50 5.450 Surigao Del Sur 87 5.659 175.798 7.427 8.547 1.086 North Cotabato 107 7. .569 2.404 63 .053 370.221 135.053 370. .170 3. . .472.577.277 26.425.725 39 11.220 .480 Agusan Del Sur 159 10.695.354 4. .915.925.908 12. TOTAL NO.600.900.388. 6.328 261.558 13. MEMBERS REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 2_/ MEMBERS 2_/ SAVINGS VS.302 1.403 4. .504 South Cotabato 64 5.388.151 28.529 1.517. .758 18.709 16.890 767.946 49.463 1.957.094 162. - Maguindanao 20 . .230 775.093 Saranggani 37 3.881 3.089 Lanao Sur 61 .118 610.328 261. - Sulu 2 .235 3.781 3. 3.613 4.336 2.551 10.316 25.120 5.744 534 2.638 4.136 86. - .043 43 19. 1.802 2.089 Basilan 14 4.136.353 .752 7.883 47 7.913 XIII 513 32.748 34.158. OF TOTAL NO.956.280.451 179. .218. .501.934 469 16. 2.375 .718 5.810 10.940.295 60.032.446 16.698 47 5.346.172.074 198.985. TOTAL CBU ASSETS LIABILITIES ORGs.244 ARMM 182 4.551.145.576 Sultan Kudarat 77 7.006 80.708.404 3.913 221.207 150. . MEMBERSHIP XII 285 23.387 3. 2. .003.934 469 5.245 4.468 112.928.024.432 61 .302 72 31. 287 100 .758.275.934 469 12.250.295 75 18.625 162.177 1.504 1.074 198.403.861 20.234 10.495.472 26.742 2.560 5.825 60 . OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP) NO.577.351 74 27.050 2.882 92.982 Surigao Del Norte 179 11. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MOB. .859 350. .487 2.517.641.409 15.701 21 23.769 3. - Tawi-tawi 85 . 1.061 8.207 199.716.030.155 Agusan Del Norte 88 4.141 2.718 9.060.629 79.

772 457 100 121 88 64 X 5.731 155.653 7.Support Services Office (SSO) .433 6.437 4.038 116 100 140 72 XII 2.918 6.858 4.703 2.739 7. In SARCs TOTAL (ARCs & Non.205 3.800 124 151 105 82 I 6.103 1.399 3.542 2.203 4.415 1.956 62 413 406 435 113 CARAGA 6.687 200 13.282 4.505 5.787 177 164 129 228 111 IV-B 13.935 90 16.105 1.845 3.530 66 99 55 143 33 V 3.458 845 10.443 10.573 82 139 88 339 38 III 12. OF ARBs TRAINED TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP REGION In ARC In ARC Clusters In ARC Clusters In ARC In ARC Outside In ARC Outside Clusters TOTAL (ARCs & Non. .910 3. .670 5.579 54.080 64.095 4.920 4.140 718 6.551 2.845 2.087 2.715 2.583 3.902 3.147 5.046 66 128 146 120 83 II 6.830 4. BY REGION January to December 2009 NO.837 305 129 100 151 113 VII 18.394 125 119 145 63 CAR 8.358 493 173 167 218 58 XI 9.547 3.353 4.108 415 18.926 555 7.200 10.837 3.547 835 175 141 206 201 IX 6.409 9.793 1. Table 14 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AGRARIAN REFORM BENEFICIARIES' (ARBs) TRAINING. In SARCs TOTAL Outside In SARCs Clusters Clusters (ARCs & Non- ARCs) ARCs) Clusters ARCs) PHILIPPINES 123.787 2.724 382 139 96 182 84 VI 9.486 328 128 150 108 364 IV-A 4.240 6.175 270 11.788 1.760 5. .271 10. - SOURCES: Target: DAR CY 2009 Work Plan.335 8.250 6.840 1.720 5.840 4. .597 2. .521 7.724 1.195 80 7.760 7.947 82. .950 1.777 1.450 2.264 4. . .674 3.660 160 7.245 1.595 1.030 10. .522 1.127 6.695 6.445 2. Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment:CY 2009 PBD Accomplishment Report .005 3.675 5.120 7.140 55 9.350 215 8.008 59 62 75 25 VIII 10.632 295 122 202 93 53 ARMM .750 57.616 4.505 1.244 5.050 1.045 455 5.098 11. .934 3.

317 26 4310 796 18 7 47 671 1971 791 40 645 576 89 XI 500 2.468 63 8 76 950 615 1265 206 385 608 158 IX 4.380 7.023 22.975 1.349 5. BY REGION January to December 2009 NO. (ACCOMP/ TARGET) TARGET) PHILIPPINES 27.549 4. OF AGRIBUSINESS VENTURES IN NO.149 60 9 22 244 1140 3144 276 1641 290 18 ARMM 0 .946 129 23.609 116 5.002 34.261 8.011 152 757 1.432 80 CAR 1.439 97 93 391 420 15.097 124 9 57 633 1140 1029 90 170 106 62 VII 370 1.584 258 640 1. (ACCOMP/ TARGET ACCOMP.434 100 2320 1.189 157 5 19 380 870 317 36 150 383 255 I 121 382 316 310 547 177 1 1 100 136 376 276 40 0 0 II 613 1.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : CY 2009 Support Services Office (SSO) Report .272 244 4 9 225 1225 1341 109 525 310 59 X 4.927 95 1054 451 43 2 59 0 CARAGA 680 2.471 126 1750 4. (ACCOMP/ TARGET ACCOMP. OF HECTARES COVERED FOR AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NO. 0 0 0 SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPLan. Table 15 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ARC CONNECTIVITY CLUSTERS OPERATIONALIZATION. OF ARBs SERVED NO.390 376 15 1.338 468 500 976 195 5 22 440 1300 1889 145 1000 1101 110 XII 8.969 308 14 15 107 1800 2956 164 583 705 121 III 291 797 274 457 1.155 3.766 407 8555 5.686 694 276 454 164 5 44 880 175 1374 785 101 60 59 V 285 430 151 575 593 103 6 12 200 174 466 268 85 59 69 VI 2. (ACCOMP/ % % TARGET) TARGET) TARGET) TARGET ACCOMP. OF NON-ARBs SERVED (HA) START-UP PHASE REGION NEW LANDS EXISTING LANDS % % % TARGET ACCOMP.909 181 882 1.319 2.094 239 7 16 229 335 682 204 127 155 122 IV-A 280 504 180 622 1.406 5 47 940 37 1275 3446 67 79 118 VIII 2.124 181 8 2 25 4284 645 15 30 0 0 IV-B 243 1.441 2.202 17. (ACCOMP/ TARGET ACCOMP.

525 399 2708 747 2. Table 16 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN JOB GENERATION January .841 161 2040 1.615) with no breakdown by region 3_/ Includes jobs generated from AREDP (296).522 3045 1.384 5.429 1.007 8. January to June 2009.750 0 VI 5.068 200 17.222 173 1.579 58.940 179 1631 732 3.474 11.211 391 240 571 315 0 II 4. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM VARIOUS PROJECTS TOTAL JOBS GENERATED NEW LANDS DEVELOPED FOR 1_/ AGRIBUSINESS & ENTERPRISES PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS REGION AGRIBUSINESS CREDIT ACCOMP.034 8.500 136 275 2.490 0 XI 1.326 5.December 2009 NO.101 227 408 0 VIII 5.441 2.280 23.533 196 1251 1.403 172.765 15.825 258 2134 4.300 0 ARMM .217 297 105 600 571 532 0 IV-B 5. TARGET ACCOMP.234 188 - XII 8.026 134 1.846 391 1183 29 2.341 167 1151 4.122 225 50 300 6.775 200 1.773 208 3125 1. % TARGET ACCOMP.924 1.736 4. not tally with the regional summation due to number of jobs generated from LCAP (26.995 120 CAR 3. SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPLan.752 6.176 10.318 5.250 192 250 227 91 3.336 2112 40 1.970 302 2.287 1.698 249 19. 751 751 - 1_/ No breakdown by region 2_/ No target.422 1.260 2.642 108 415 0 IX 5.257 6.240 0 X 4.723 3.260 20.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : CY 2009 Support Services Office (SSO) Report on the jobs generated from the following: > Agribusiness and Enterprises > New Lands Developed for Agribusiness > Credit FAPsO & PARC .757 14.517 7.041 285 52.885 7.671 688 438 0 V 2.242 1.191 110 94 0 CARAGA 3.630 10.612 8.269 161 5. % TARGET ACCOMP.320 6.343 246 294 594 1.133 2.340 3.885 3.590 3.795 136 75 0 VII 3.519 128 243 1.122 368 1340 565 2.547 80 925 2.995 238 290 3.465 279 2.510 2.456 5. % TARGET % ARF FAPs TOTAL 2_/ 3_/ PHILIPPINES 60.173 2.060 2.272 0 I 1.087 422 706 1.880 0 IV-A 1.jobs generated from infrastructure .573 270 1808 3.380 9.670 206 1563 2.735 21.120 4.033 0 III 3.850 7.547 137 1610 546 1.582 39.

OF PRODUCTS MICRO. meeting procedures & standards of INVOVLED BFAD) TARGET ACCOMP. OF ARBs INVOLVED (e. Table 17 DEVELOPMENT OF AGRI AND NON-AGRI ENTERPRISES. BY REGION January to Decemberr 2009 NO. SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES NO.382 170 CAR 16 43 269 4 23 575 1 3 300 3 15 500 5 13 260 52 359 260 I 13 36 277 6 5 83 3 1 33 13 23 177 39 25 64 205 279 64 II 22 48 218 15 26 173 8 1 13 16 29 181 43 89 207 845 818 207 III 17 28 165 11 21 191 6 11 183 10 14 140 9 14 156 210 394 156 IV-A 16 12 75 11 5 45 10 0 0 2 1 50 4 1 25 272 25 25 IV-B 13 51 392 9 16 178 2 0 0 3 2 67 4 2 50 70 23 50 V 21 29 138 11 22 200 7 2 29 11 13 118 5 20 400 80 225 400 VI 22 73 332 8 32 400 3 1 33 8 16 200 8 10 125 1030 746 125 VII 26 99 381 17 46 271 7 11 157 41 10 65 650 257 1735 650 VIII 17 41 241 17 24 141 2 8 7 88 8 14 175 225 448 175 IX 11 16 145 5 9 180 4 3 75 19 24 126 19 24 126 214 428 126 X 22 39 177 9 28 311 3 0 0 11 4 36 12 4 33 225 45 33 XI 26 47 181 21 21 100 11 8 73 15 15 100 27 36 133 265 902 133 XII 11 22 200 7 18 257 1 3 300 2 7 350 5 6 120 145 203 120 CARAGA 27 51 189 20 38 190 16 11 69 21 36 23 64 238 752 64 ARMM 1_/ 1_/ No data available for ARMM SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPLan. % PHILIPPINES 280 635 227 171 334 195 82 57 70 121 232 192 234 346 148 4. % TARGET ACCOMP.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment CY 2009 Support Services Office (SSO) Report . % TARGET ACCOMP. % TARGET ACCOMP.g. % TARGET ACCOMP. OF ARB ORGANIZATIONS REGION LAUNCHED IN COMMERCIAL MARKET SCALED-UP NO.333 7. OF PRODUCTS & SERVICES WITH APPROVED PERMITS FROM KEY DEVELOPED REGULATORY AGENCIES NO. % TARGET ACCOMP.

960.420. OF MARKETING CENTERS FACILITATED WITH NO.898 912 47 28 60 5 12 240 VIII 20 42 210 12 42 350 2.310 17 79 465 0 2 V 14 24 171 32 35 109 594.889 52 33 63 3 4 X 29 40 138 131 193 147 160.848 170 17 30 176 6 7 117 VI 30 57 190 22 98 445 2.789 27 76 281 5 6 120 XII 9 14 156 9 18 200 15730703 13 4 6 150 CARAGA 11 27 245 45 84 187 6.781 60 80 22 28 3 3 100 XI 22 56 255 72 109 151 3.000 14.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : CY 2009 Support Services Office (SSO) Report .050 1.000 6. BY REGION January to December 2009 NO.650. OF TRADE FAIRS AMOUNT INVOLVED IN THE FACILITATED NO.000 1.294 105 94 90 4 0 0 II 16 42 263 53 58 109 4.000 784403400 21.610.000 7.660.000 56.605.893.000 13663188.447 169 35 32 91 8 3 38 IV-B 12 30 250 17 88 518 90.000 21.600.422 186 189.632 7.000 96.050 254.565.689. % TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP % PHILIPPINES 301 559 186 765 1.084 422 21 30 143 5 4 80 VII 18 48 267 21 75 357 700. Table 18 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROVISION OF MARKETING ASSISTANCE.407.722.382.701 323 12 34 283 7 9 129 IX 11 10 91 54 159 294 720.964 1.393.260 929 50 57 114 8 9 113 IV-A 35 42 120 33 52 158 8.000 10.810.594 1.619 8 38 475 3 13 433 I 17 37 218 105 140 133 18.533.315.016. OF CONTRACTS NO.295.400 102 62 61 6 9 150 III 29 37 128 48 69 144 1.000 14.007.210 735 624 682 109 69 89 129 CAR 53 189 111 202 182 1.803.530.814. OF ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED REGION CONDUCTED/PARTICIPATED CONTRACTS (PhP ESTABLISHED AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP.1 205 51 54 106 2 2 100 1_/ ARMM 1_/ No data available for ARMM SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPLan.585.

304 8 8 IV .00 SOURCE: Accomplishment: On-going credit programs: GMFA Program Accomplishment As of November 2009 .045 13.000.700.690.000 5.360.071 1.000 228.880.PhP 19.950.404.000 500 500 0 CAR 49 1 50 65.000 28.952 25.628 2.507.000 65.390.680 38. BY REGION As of December 2009 NUMBER OF PROJECTS AMOUNT OF LOAN (PhP) NUMBER OF ARBs NUMBER OF ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED REGION TERMINATED ON-GOING TERMINATED TERMINATED ON-GOING TERMINATED ON-GOING ON-GOING CREDIT CREDIT CREDIT TOTAL CREDIT PROGRAMS TOTAL CREDIT CREDIT TOTAL CREDIT CREDIT TOTAL 1_/ PROGRAM PROGRAMS PROGRAM PROGRAMS PROGRAM PROGRAMS PROGRAM PHILIPPINES 1.563 11.809 17.000 76.A 89 25 114 159.631 43.110.000 126.499 1 1 X 100 27 127 140.200 187.200 15.738 1.000 8.556 0 0 1_/ Total amount does not tally with the regional summation because there is one credit window that is not reflected in the regional breakdown (RASCP .000 90.000 19.000 12.301 0 0 IX 26 26 52 62.617 57 57 NCR 1 1 5.420.000 24.183 20.B 20 19 39 26.365 2.474.610 1.404 275 9.805 751 2.000 277.656 3.600.760.760.000 164.000 19.708 18.000.300.476.151 3.496 2 2 IV .000 4.090.550.000 11.159 2 2 ARMM 7 4 11 50.115.000 9.680 2.820.000 121.908.400.665 233.831.000 59.521.890.301 1 1 I 198 38 236 204.085.250 41.000 387.000 110.679 0 0 CARAGA 92 30 122 258.000 23.125 5.900 10.928.474.785.350.030.787 2 2 VI 66 39 105 134.000 144.900 274.238.627.385.600 37.761 3 3 II 109 44 153 235.261 157.014 1.480.000 18.700 2.757 12 12 VIII 65 43 108 74.000.280.979 3 3 XI 89 19 108 204.000 200.000 1.248 380 1.788 2.134 7.250 647.251 23.879 6 6 VII 15 21 36 25.000 1.700 207.000 5.000 38.808 15.809 212.860.540.000 9.820.939 2.701 8 8 III 205 38 243 612.355.177 1.776.410.824.251 50 4.420.000 22.632 3.240.000 34.040 13.908 1.545.610 20.311. Table 19 CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE PROGRAM.790.000 15.197 1 1 XII 55 3 58 108.000 21.421 1.970.340 18.200.761 8 8 V 62 3 65 133.540.673 1.Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) Terminated credit programs: Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) Project Development Management Service (PDMS) Support Services Office (SSO) .110.261 14.000 11.600 2.000 10.

B 19 10 7 1 1 11.000 16.000 CARAGA 30 19 9 2 18.320.835.200 8.000 5.100.210.474.600 50.000 8.430.Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) CAP-PBD WIII .680 VIII 43 26 7 10 15.000 200.000 570.000 21.000 210.040.000 350.000 I 38 21 3 13 1 8.181.980.420.966.336.790.000 1.000 540.250 22.110.630.000 1.000 194.970.000 6.000 46.809 450.A 25 13 2 9 1 28.900 22. BY REGION As of December 2009 NUMBER OF PROJECTS AMOUNT OF LOAN (PhP ) CAP-PBD CAP-PBD REGION 1_/ TOTAL PROGRAM MICOOP MALP DAR-CARD TOTAL PROGRAM MICOOP MALP 1_/ DAR-CARD WI WII W III WI WII W III MGMT.319.488.000 V 3 1 2 10.627.545.785.355.000 1_/ Total amount of outstanding loan SOURCE: Accomplishment: GMFA Program Accomplishment As of November 2009 .000 1.DAR-Center for Agriculture and Rural Development .110.600 5.000 12.105.940.680 CAR 1 1 200.530.920.355.000 53.427.760.020 4.862.463.480.820.050. TABLE 19a ON-GOING CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE PROGRAM.000 4.000 VI 39 17 4 16 2 22.200 510.000 16.261 17.000 IV .000 XII 3 2 1 1.Microfinance Innovations in Cooperatives in Agrarian Reform Areas (ARAs) MALP . PHILIPPINES 380 208 6 49 96 9 3 9 387.680 1.831.000 123.510.000 8.488.000 190.000 XI 19 7 11 1 24.000 440.000 4.900.000 10.250 250.150.000 6.000 IX 26 19 4 2 1 59.000 10.000 47.490.000 4.410.Credit Assistance Program for Program Beneficiaries Development Window III MICOOP .000 3.750.000 3.000 II 44 27 7 7 1 2 38.000 1.350.390.000 18.900 380.000 ARMM 4 2 2 76.000 80.000 60.250.000 30.000 IV .000 VII 21 3 11 4 2 1 12.404.950.000 6.238.Micro-Agri Loan Product DAR-CARD .820.000 76.000 30.000 1.190.890.000 III 38 22 6 8 2 34.809 6.038.000 X 27 21 1 3 1 1 23.330.040.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 4.692. MGMT.776.000 6.000 30.261 990.700 154.220.

323 2. NUMBER OF ARBs NUMBER OF ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED CAP-PBD CAP-PBD REGION TOTAL PROGRAM MICOOP MALP DAR-CARD TOTAL PROGRAM MICOOP MALP DAR-CARD WI WII WIII WI WII WIII MGMT.808 881 274 599 54 6 4 2 VII 3.134 282 973 71 808 1 1 X 2.563 1.063 1. MGMT.B 1.610 38 1.898 2 1 1 IV .183 353 296 534 1 1 XII 275 125 150 CARAGA 1.560 1.631 859 110 250 412 8 6 2 IV .151 265 251 48 587 8 7 1 V 1.251 611 303 337 2 2 ARMM 751 691 60 1_/ Total amount of o SOURCE: Accomplishm .A 2.125 346 510 62 1.572 2 2 VI 1.215 7.340 703 89 496 52 3 2 1 II 3.664 1.074 57 43 9 3 9 CAR 50 50 1 1 I 1.406 179 258 570 632 8 5 1 2 III 1.708 486 82 242 1.045 1.766 3.040 624 48 74 911 383 3 1 1 1 XI 1.084 173 306 7 IX 2.591 616 12 9 2 1 VIII 1.665 8. PHILIPPINES 25.

00 0.80 21.93 101.09 6.976 1.03 56.952 15.57 14.46 17.11 IV .39 4.059 8.86 19. TABLE 19b TERMINATED CREDIT PROGRAMS.19 4.69 4.40 39.46 1.17 0.169 169.62 5.54 0.786 NCR 1 1 5.619 284 50 439 9.60 1.20 11.58 7.97 21.365 2.76 33.531 10.663 17.61 101.54 1.421 2.89 2.93 207.12 0. QUEDA DAR.85 116.422 IX 26 14 5 7 62.158 158 7.B 20 5 15 26.797 III 205 21 3 25 156 612.519 632 12.27 80.934 36.45 18.075.866 389 16. (KMI) .Livelihood Credit Assistance Program Credit Assistance Progran for Program Beneficiaries Development (CAP-PBD) Window I ended on November 2006 2_/ Project Development Management Service (PDMS) DAR-TLRC terminated on June 2001 Kaunlaran ng Magsasaka Inc.86 139.732 XII 55 8 6 41 108.23 25.35 0.141 165 15.00 5.738 2.67 169.76 5.65 1.678 ARMM 7 1 2 2 2 50.99 9.048 113 20.25 2.011 3.69 1.41 214.77 104.20 67.24 20.28 1.12 2.98 15.39 15.48 0.808 12.805 63 80 1.240 I 198 94 2 6 96 204.06 6.17 212.400 931 1.95 1.93 5.673 1. No corresponding number of projects and number of ARBs .89 2.177 151 1.terminated on December 2003 Quedancor completed on December 2005 3_/ Support Services Office (SSO).771 VI 66 2 3 16 45 134.23 7.656 516 284 0 1.88 9.10 7.38 0.201 VIII 65 8 6 51 74.02 19.36 3.49 3.87 547.014 1.09 25.20 9.54 14.404 152 380 8.60 0.610 339 2.64 0.810 X 100 25 2 2 7 64 140.788 880 94 1. DAR-LBP QUEDANC DAR-LCAP RASCP WMCIP DAR-LBP QUEDANC DAR-LCAP TOTAL TLRC 2_/ KMI 2_/ TOTAL TLRC 2_/ KMI 2_/ SARDIC 3_/ TOTAL TLRC 2_/ KMI 2_/ LBP 1_/ NCOR 2_/ LCAP 1_/ 1_/ OR 2_/ 1_/ 3_/ 3_/ 1_/ OR 2_/ 1_/ LBP UNDP PHILIPPINES 1.A 89 31 2 7 3 46 159.90 249.071 51 235 3.00 500 500 CAR 49 11 38 65.97 2.99 2.96 64.254 VII 15 3 12 25.25 3.08 5.872 CARAGA 92 3 5 1 83 258.00 25.27 1.01 25.248 254 8 37 100 849 2.251 1. BY REGION As of December 2009 NUMBER OF PROJECTS AMOUNT OF LOAN (PhP M) NUMBER OF ARBs LBP-DAR-UNDP- REGION DAR.99 2.12 19.90 6.99 15.14 2.908 69 1.49 2.587 75 SOURCES: Accomplishment: 1_/ Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD) DAR-LBP terminated on 14 May 2003 DAR-LCAP .95 10.94 119.865 12.225 II 109 13 2 16 78 235.271 V 62 1 2 5 54 133.81 1.26 123.547 XI 89 19 4 3 63 204.939 1.35 17.303 IV .307 248 2.447 742 9.521.25 2.70 0.82 41.663 0 773 2.24 15.632 431 2.

- CARAGA 4 2 20 3. . . .245 66. .188 I 8 4 16 3.403 15.536 XII 4 .090 III 8 8 112 26.938 652 8.859 10. . .826 3.339 2. . .356 VII 4 1 24 500 500 1.127 6.510 214 3.084 5 6 .042 3.481 5.151 16 25 12 37 1. . . . SUB- FUNCTIONAL ARBs NON-ARBS ARBs NON-ARBS ARBs NON-ARBS MAINTAINED COVERED TOTAL COVERED TOTAL TOTAL PHILIPPINES 97 51 458 57. .953 4. . 6 1. .497 145 2.179 5 62 47 109 617 671 1. .673 7.495 76.042 3. BY REGION As of December 2009 NUMBER OF KALAHI NO. .774 II 4 2 5 1.127 732 2.053 1.671 12.695 7. . . .280 1.002 34.293 228 2.152 36 1.663 19.637 13 72 15 87 3. .183 CAR 8 4 10 1.438 199 3.828 22 128 309 437 3.127 24 1.855 438 4. - V 6 2 12 555 624 1.020 VIII 10 7 51 6. .864 30.158 96. .724 ARMM 1_/ . .653 2.178 1. . .443 19.191 10. BRGYS SUB.981 1.582 10.565 8.449 9.975 10 373 754 1.288 VI 7 6 52 8.238 15. - 1_/ No data available for ARMM SOURCE: Accomplishment : BARBD Report (As of December 2009) . .102 IX 5 . .853 975 4. .428 3. .042 2. Table 20 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN KALAHI FARMER CENTER's ESTABLISHMENT/MAINTENANCE.000 10 10 10 20 510 510 1. .193 45.376 16 19 141 160 1.048 2.025 30. OF RECEPIENTS OF KFCs' SERVICES FARMER CENTERS (KFCs) REGION ARC AREAS NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL ESTABLISHED/ ARCs SUB. .197 1. - X 7 5 47 224 127 351 20 34 24 58 258 151 409 XI 9 3 8 1.866 7.567 162 3.431 IV-A 8 7 101 3.908 1.265 IV-B 5 .198 2.284 5.

of units) 194 194 170 1 1 1 195 195 171 .413 24. of units) 66 594 2 66 594 2 .500 12 1 .023 207. .265 144 1. BY TYPE (Funded by both ARF and FAPs) As of December 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN. . ACCOM.713 13.271 30 137 256 6. Table 21 SUMMARY OF PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS. ACCOM.500 15 Market Structure (no. .527 Irrigation System (service area in ha)1_/ 886 181. 3 7 12. 66 594 2 Wharf (no.259 15. (P M) PROJ.743 13.404 1.068 11 440 120 198 11.270 23.369 Post-Harvest Facility (no.594 Physical Infrastructure Projects 8.537 136 358 734 6. .188 Farm-to-Market Road (length in km) 6. (P M) PROJ. OF PHYSICAL COST NO. 449 458 292 Other Physical Infrastructure Projects 280 214 1 1 281 215 1 3 282 218 Flood Control Structure (length in lm) 6 12.321 5. .895 214 1.551 23. (P M) PROJ.500 12 6 12. OF PHYSICAL COST PROJ.050 143 1.443 968 13 521 100 187 10.329 8. .695 24.419 102 19. 9 9 19 Multi-Purpose Building (no. of projects) 5 5 11 5 5 11 . 5 5 11 1_/ Excluding ARF project cost.376 Bridge (length in lm) 174 10. OF PHYSICAL COST NO. . ACCOM. (P M) PROJ.109 215 1. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL PROJECT TYPE NO.125 313 921 187.336 22. INFRA CY09 Annual SOURCES: Foreign-Assisted Projects Office (FAPsO) PARC Secretariat . of units) 419 428 284 30 30 8 449 458 292 . . ACCOM.754 16.617 16.094 6.964 1.577 13. ACCOM. of projects) 9 9 19 9 9 19 .156 8.648 950 1.056 21.155 8.326 8.446 5.106 35 6. TO DEC. . OF PHYSICAL COST NO. 195 195 171 Sanitation System (no. . (P M) TOTAL 8. OF PHYSICAL COST NO.

(KM) (PHP M) PROJ. OF LENGTH COST NO. BY TYPE (Funded by both ARF and FAPs) As of December 2009 FARM-TO-MARKET ROAD AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN.900 1 11 15 611 1. OF LENGTH COST LENGT PROJ.669 34 168 430 19 88 154 483 1.362 1. .355 1.617 16. 554 1.324 2 7 12 877 988 1. . OF COST NO.844 31 213 550 6 23 56 610 1.915 III 860 955 1.060 1.713 13. .491 IV-B 282 485 615 11 45 146 1 1 1 283 486 616 0 .853 XI 447 971 932 19 64 147 1 1 2 448 972 934 448 972 934 XII 327 936 817 29 155 217 3 5 4 330 941 821 2 12 15 332 953 836 CARAGA 196 491 1. TO DEC.271 30 137 256 6. 649 662 1.102 VII 242 663 614 31 109 144 7 35 63 249 698 677 0 .063 25 88 230 3 4 5 532 1. OF LENGTH COST NO. (KM) (P M) PROJ.293 136 358 734 6. 195 406 465 I 636 654 1. (KM) (P M) PROJ.336 IV-A 541 1.743 13. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED ONGOING COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO.253 1.068 2 7 34 534 1.424 8 53 145 13 27 67 554 1.012 4 17 74 13 8 23 649 662 1. OF LENGTH COST NO. 283 486 616 V 489 933 991 14 61 196 10 32 88 499 965 1. .823 2 20 30 485 1.079 VI 529 1. .016 40 126 333 32 97 184 228 588 1.035 0 .577 13.491 0 .033 1.527 CAR 189 401 438 3 10 42 6 5 27 195 406 465 0 .261 ARMM 35 126 287 26 97 213 .259 15.165 1.754 16.510 1. 35 126 287 9 35 72 44 161 359 SOURCES: INFRA CY09 Annual PARC Secretariat Foreign-Assisted Projects Office (FAPsO) . . (P M) PROJ. 499 965 1. (KM) (P M) H (KM) PHILIPPINES 6. (KM) (P M) PROJ.430 3.200 9 34 61 237 622 1. 249 698 677 VIII 427 792 913 18 43 132 2 3 2 429 795 915 2 6 2 431 801 917 IX 309 827 631 30 114 139 5 3 5 314 830 636 1 5 15 315 835 651 X 464 1.476 1. OF LENGTH COST NO.499 1.079 0 . . .060 1.351 1.537 345 1.035 II 604 1.273 1.271 22 67 155 15 26 53 875 981 1. Table 21a SUMMARY OF PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS.

688 320 10 1.321 341 11 1.141 310 IV-B 18 3. .787 583 XI 39 10. 60 15.419 102 19.998 230 IX 51 8. 64 7.845 415 1 300 .170 436 VI 56 14. (P M) (HA) (HA) (HA) (HA) (HA) PHILIPPINES 886 181.169 167 6 1.117 . .014 285 VIII 41 7.181 68 .917 386 50 7. 69 8.977 450 III 85 29.702 95 106 14.436 302 1 88 18 52 8.584 549 XII 57 15.023 207.988 272 2 685 104 21 4.867 386 1 50 . .884 471 .578 309 1 110 11 86 29.485 35 69 17.809 285 5 205 . 56 14.436 302 . 39 10. (P M) PROJ.069 471 11 2.984 85 87 18.439 215 17 2. .398 168 VII 63 7.563 454 CARAGA 66 11.947 327 3 374 14 76 16.281 168 4 1.406 288 1 500 38 60 8.411 405 IV-A 85 11.032 167 2 137 .524 320 X 76 13. 43 7.106 35 6. (P M) PROJ.145 415 6 1. .492 415 7 1.134 91 62 16.884 471 2 700 78 41 11.281 168 .264 110 71 10.829 63 49 8. OF COST (P NO. (P M) PROJ.538 419 4 531 52 80 14.721 797 9 1.451 923 ARMM 10 1. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE NO.094 6. .723 85 96 31. OF COST NO. 10 1.718 112 91 16.648 950 1. 58 16. TO DEC.917 386 I 73 15.906 326 11 1. . 51 8.181 68 10 1.034 192 4 405 23 89 11.522 742 12 1.125 313 921 187.305 426 II 58 14.181 68 1_/ Excluding ARF project cost.321 5.418 39 64 17.446 5.199 55 78 12.369 CAR 49 7. OF COST AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA PROJ.730 126 87 14.673 376 V 59 8. .727 243 1 261 29 19 3. M) PROJ. 50 7. IRRIGATION1_/ AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN. OF COST NO. .358 324 4 2.685 285 1 124 . OF COST NO.

. . . 4 49 7 . 20 417 70 . OF LENGTH COST NO. BRIDGE AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN. (LM) (P M) PROJ.386 140 . .795 171 XI 26 700 98 . . . 3 102 9 . . (LM) M) PROJ. . (LM) M) PHILIPPINES 174 10. - I 15 1. . . . . . . 15 1.443 968 13 521 100 187 10. . 8 422 31 . 8 422 31 VI 3 102 9 . 8 412 95 . . . OF LENGTH COST (P PROJ. . . . . 15 1. . .677 168 2 118 3 35 1.299 90 II 15 1. . . . 2 573 44 . . . .188 CAR . . . (LM) (P M) PROJ. 1 403 12 . 26 700 98 XII 20 417 70 . . .068 11 440 120 198 11.071 356 ARMM 4 49 7 . . . .299 90 .808 255 8 263 101 46 3.377 181 11 431 74 38 2. . 20 417 70 CARAGA 27 2. 15 1. . . . . .404 1. . .386 140 1 59 16 16 1. . . . 2 573 44 IV-A 2 97 22 1 66 16 3 163 38 . . . 3 102 9 VII 4 83 5 . . . . 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. 7 470 6 X 32 1. OF LENGTH COST (P NO. . TO DEC. 8 412 95 IX 7 470 6 . . .964 1.445 156 III 2 573 44 . 4 49 7 . OF LENGTH COST NO. 26 700 98 . . 3 163 38 IV-B 1 403 12 . 4 83 5 .299 90 . . .653 158 1 24 10 33 1. . OF LENGTH COST NO. 7 470 6 . . 4 83 5 VIII 8 412 95 . (LM) (P M) PROJ. . 1 403 12 V 8 422 31 .

. UNITS M) PROJ. 10 10 13 10 10 13 IV-A 8 8 13 . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . OF COST NO. OF COST NO. . 7 7 4 7 7 4 . . 7 8 11 7 8 11 VIII 7 9 17 . . 125 125 56 ARMM 7 7 4 . . . TO DEC. . . . . . OF NO. OF COST (P NO. 7 9 17 7 9 17 IX 29 30 20 . 7 7 6 7 7 6 VII 7 8 11 . . OF NO. 35 37 19 35 37 19 CARAGA 98 98 49 27 27 7 125 125 56 . 8 8 10 8 8 10 V 21 21 9 . . . . . . . . . UNITS (P M) PHILIPPINES 419 428 284 30 30 8 449 458 292 . OF COST PROJ. 449 458 292 CAR 7 7 12 . . 14 16 21 14 16 21 III 10 10 13 . OF NO. 29 30 20 29 30 20 X 100 101 47 2 2 1 102 103 48 102 103 48 XI 52 52 22 1 1 . 8 8 13 8 8 13 IV-B 8 8 10 . . OF COST NO. . OF NO. . 53 53 22 53 53 22 XII 35 37 19 . UNITS (P M) PROJ. 9 9 11 9 9 11 II 14 16 21 . . PRE/POST-HARVEST-FACILITY AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN. 21 21 9 21 21 9 VI 7 7 6 . . UNITS (P M) PROJ. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. . . OF NO. 7 7 12 7 7 12 I 9 9 11 . .

- CARAGA 2 518 2 . - VI . . - IX 3 7. . of Table 21a FLOOD CONTROL STRUCTURE AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC. 6 12. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. - INFRA CY09 Annual .300 11 XI . 1 4. - IV-B . . . 2 518 2 2 518 2 ARMM . . - IV-A . (LM) (PHP M) PROJ.682 2 X 1 4. - XII . . OF LENGTH COST PROJ. .500 15 CAR . - III . . . - VII . . OF LENGTH COST NO. - I .con't. (LM) (PHP M) PHILIPPINES 6 12. - II . . (LM) (P M) PROJ. OF LENGTH COST NO. . . OF LENGTH COST NO. (LM) (PHP M) PROJ.300 8 . 3 7.500 12 .300 8 1 3 2 4. . . . . - VIII . - V . . . .682 2 3 7.682 2 . 3 7 12. . (LM) (P M) PROJ. OF LENGTH COST NO.500 12 1 .

(PHP M) PHILIPPINES 9 19 . - III . - V . - IV-B . - VI . 2 4 2 4 CARAGA 2 4 . - VIII . OF COST NO. 2 4 2 4 ARMM . - IX 4 10 . - II . 9 19 . . OF COST NO. - I .con't. OF COST NO. . - . . (P M) PROJ. (P M) PROJ. . . of Table 21a MARKET STRUCTURE AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC. OF COST NO. 9 19 CAR . 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. OF COST PROJ. . - VII . 1 1 1 1 XI . (P M) PROJ. - IV-A . 4 10 4 10 X 1 1 . - XII 2 4 . (PHP M) PROJ.

. . 28 28 35 28 28 35 XI 20 20 23 1 1 1 21 21 24 21 21 24 XII 21 21 15 . . . . . . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . . 2 2 5 2 2 5 VIII 1 1 1 . OF COST NO. OF NO. 1 1 2 1 1 2 III . . . 21 21 15 21 21 15 CARAGA 38 38 32 . . UNITS (PHP M) PROJ. . . OF COST PROJ. . . 4 4 2 4 4 2 . 32 32 10 32 32 10 VII 2 2 5 . . . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . 15 15 15 15 15 15 VI 32 32 10 . . . . 2 2 6 2 2 6 V 15 15 15 . OF NO. - IV-A 2 2 3 . 195 195 171 CAR . . 38 38 32 38 38 32 ARMM 4 4 2 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 IX 26 26 19 . . . UNITS (PHP M) PHILIPPINES 194 194 170 1 1 1 195 195 171 . OF COST NO. 2 2 3 2 2 3 IV-B 2 2 6 . OF COST NO. of Table 21a MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC. . . UNITS (P M) PROJ. 2 2 2 2 2 2 II 1 1 2 .con't. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. OF COST NO. 26 26 19 26 26 19 X 28 28 35 . OF NO. . - I 2 2 2 . OF NO. OF NO.

OF COST NO. . OF COST NO. OF NO. . - IV-A . . OF COST NO. . - I . . . - III . . - II . . . OF COST NO. UNITS (P M) PROJ. . 66 594 2 CAR . UNITS (P M) PROJ. - VII 8 8 1 . UNITS (PHP M) PHILIPPINES 66 594 2 . - V . of Table 21a SANITATION SYSTEM AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC. OF COST PROJ. . UNITS (PHP M) PROJ. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . . 54 484 1 54 484 1 X . . - VI . 66 594 2 . . OF NO. . OF NO. OF NO. - IV-B . . . . . OF NO. . - IX 54 484 1 . - CARAGA .con't. . - ARMM 4 102 . - XII . 4 102 4 102 - . - XI . 8 8 1 8 8 1 VIII .

. OF COST NO. 5 11 . of Table 21a WHARF AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC. OF COST NO. (PHP M) PHILIPPINES 5 11 .con't. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. OF COST NO. OF COST NO. (PHP M) PROJ. . . 1 1 1 1 ARMM . (PHP M) PROJ. 1 3 1 3 CARAGA 1 1 . (PHP M) PROJ. . OF COST PROJ. (PHP M) PROJ. 5 11 CAR I II III IV-A IV-B V VI VII VIII IX 3 7 . 3 7 3 7 X XI XII 1 3 . .

24 19 CARAGA 43 39 . . . (P M) PROJ. . . 21 24 XII 24 22 . market structure. . 1 2 . 15 15 VI 32 10 . . - I 2 2 . . . - IV-A 2 3 . 24 19 . 2 3 . OF COST PROJ. . . . . . 2 2 . 30 51 1 3 31 54 XI 20 23 1 1 21 24 . . 10 6 VIII 1 1 . . . 8 3 . 32 10 VII 10 6 . (P M) PROJ. 2 6 V 15 15 . . . . . . . . . . . (P M) PHILIPPINES 280 214 1 1 281 215 1 3 282 218 CAR . . 15 15 . . 90 32 . sanitation system and wharf . . OF COST NO. 10 6 . 43 41 ARMM 8 2 . . 90 32 X 30 44 . 8 3 *These include flood control system. (P M) PROJ. (P M) PROJ. OF COST NO. 2 6 .con't. of Table 21a OTHER PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS* AS OF DEC 2008 JANUARY TO DEC 2009 AS OF DEC 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. . . 1 1 IX 90 39 . 2 2 II 1 2 . . OF COST NO. . . . 1 1 . . 2 3 IV-B 2 6 . 1 2 III . multi-purpose-building. OF COST NO. . . 32 10 . . . 43 41 . .

ACCOM. of classrooms) 344 918 354 18 38 9 362 956 363 4 6 4 366 962 367 Solar Power Technology (systems) 674 15. . 674 15. .870 3.824 3.021 1. (P M) PROJ. OF PHYSICAL COST PROJ. . 17 63 22 School Building (no.290 6 6 26 619 1. ACCOM.316 Rural Electrification (length in km) 17 63 22 17 63 22 . ACCOM.324 1. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL PROJECT TYPE NO. . .324 1. (P M) PROJ. (P M) PROJ.628 SOURCE: INFRA CY09 Annual Foreign-Assisted Projects Office (FAPsO) . (P M) TOTAL 1.404 10 30 1. (P M) PROJ. of units) 192 193 100 2 2 1 194 195 101 . ACCOM.324 1. OF PHYSICAL COST NO. 194 195 101 Potable Water Supply (systems) 597 999 1.628 . .015 1. TO DEC.312 36 92 1. ACCOM. Table 22 SUMMARY OF BASIC SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITIES (Funded by FAPs) As of December 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2008 JAN. OF PHYSICAL COST NO. OF PHYSICAL COST NO. OF PHYSICAL COST NO.860 3.434 Health Center (no.208 16 16 82 613 1.628 674 15.

UNITS (P M) PROJ. . . 2 2 2 2 2 2 SOURCE: INFRA CY09 Annual Foreign-Assisted Projects Office (FAPsO) . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . OF NO. . UNITS (P M) PHILIPPINES 192 193 100 2 2 1 194 195 101 . . OF NO. Table 22a. OF NO. 35 35 6 35 35 6 VIII IX 25 26 10 . . . UNITS (P M) PROJ. . OF COST NO. OF NO. . TO DEC. OF NO. of Table 22a HEALTH CENTER AS OF DEC 2008 JAN. OF COST PROJ. 23 23 10 23 23 10 XII 27 27 30 . OF COST NO. 37 37 20 37 37 20 XI 23 23 10 . 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. OF COST NO. BY REGION (Funded by FAPs) As of December 2009 con't. UNITS (P M) PROJ. . 25 26 10 25 26 10 X 36 36 20 1 1 . STATUS OF BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES. 27 27 30 27 27 30 CARAGA 44 44 22 1 1 1 45 45 23 45 45 23 ARMM 2 2 2 . . OF COST NO. . BY TYPE. 194 195 101 CAR I II III IV-A IV-B V VI VII 35 35 6 .

23 23 28 23 23 28 IX 112 191 165 . .208 16 16 82 613 1. . OF NO. . . . OF NO. . . . . SYS (P M) PROJ. OF COST PROJ. OF NO. 20 20 56 2 2 8 22 22 64 . OF NO. . 12 14 21 12 14 21 IV-A 8 8 13 1 1 8 9 9 21 9 9 21 IV-B 8 8 13 .021 1. SYS (P M) PROJ. . OF COST NO. 20 20 28 20 20 28 III 12 14 21 . of Table 22a POTABLE WATER SUPPLY AS OF DEC 2008 JAN. SYS (P M) PROJ. . . . 64 71 161 64 71 161 CARAGA 103 162 244 10 10 56 113 172 300 3 3 8 116 175 308 ARMM 20 20 56 . 8 8 13 8 8 13 V 29 83 37 . . OF NO. TO DEC.316 CAR 4 4 6 .015 1. . 4 4 6 4 4 6 I 8 12 20 2 2 6 10 14 26 10 14 26 II 20 20 28 . SYS (P M) PHILIPPINES 597 999 1.290 6 6 26 619 1. . 29 83 37 29 83 37 VI 23 43 19 .con't. 112 191 165 112 191 165 X 69 81 216 2 2 5 71 83 221 1 1 10 72 84 231 XI 52 69 134 . OF COST NO. . SYS (P M) PROJ. OF COST NO. . 52 69 134 52 69 134 XII 64 71 161 . . OF COST NO. 23 43 19 23 43 19 VII 42 190 47 1 1 7 43 191 54 43 191 54 VIII 23 23 28 . 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. . .

(KM) (P M) PROJ. (KM) (P M) PROJ. (KM) (P M) PHILIPPINES 17 63 22 . .con't. 17 63 22 . . TO DEC. of Table 22a RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AS OF DEC 2008 JAN. OF LENGTH COST NO. (KM) (P M) PROJ. (KM) (P M) PROJ. OF LENGTH COST NO. 17 63 22 CAR I II III IV-A IV-B V VI 3 21 12 3 21 12 3 21 12 VII VIII IX 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X XI XII 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CARAGA 12 40 8 12 40 8 12 40 8 ARMM . . . OF LENGTH COST NO. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. OF LENGTH COST PROJ. OF LENGTH COST NO.

CLSRM (P M) PROJ. 20 30 26 20 30 26 CARAGA 97 266 120 11 31 8 108 297 128 4 6 4 112 303 132 ARMM 12 31 8 12 31 8 12 31 8 . CLSRM (P M) PROJ. CLSRM (P M) PHILIPPINES 344 918 354 18 38 9 362 956 363 4 6 4 366 962 367 CAR I II III IV-A IV-B V VI VII 53 119 24 . 70 262 99 70 262 99 XII 20 30 26 . . OF COST NO. . OF COST PROJ.con't. 42 108 19 42 108 19 X 50 102 58 7 7 1 57 109 59 57 109 59 XI 70 262 99 . . OF COST NO. . OF NO. OF NO. OF COST NO. . OF NO. OF NO. . OF COST NO. . 53 119 24 53 119 24 VIII IX 42 108 19 . . of Table 22a SCHOOL BUILDING AS OF DEC 2008 JAN TO DEC 2009 AS OF DEC 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO. CLSRM (P M) PROJ. CLSRM (P M) PROJ. OF NO.

00 XI 93 2. OF COST NO. .00 2.00 471.324 1.268 341 87 3.737. SYS (P M) PROJ.00 150.737 305 136.884 302 93 2.412.00 166.00 8. OF NO. OF COST NO. OF NO. .00 . 674 15.00 IV-A IV-B 11 19 8 11 19 8 11.00 X 93 1.00 305.268 341 87. of Table 22a SOLAR POWER TECHNOLOGY AS OF DEC 2008 JAN. OF COST NO. OF NO. 2009 AS OF DECEMBER 2009 REGION COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED ONGOING TOTAL NO.00 VI VII VIII 15 471 36 15 471 36 15.628 CAR I II III 13 166 14 13 166 14 13.00 1.628 .412 370 166 3. TO DEC.00 302.con't.569 162 93.00 162.00 2.00 36.00 ARMM 43 150 27 43 150 27 43.00 648.00 370. SYS (P M) PROJ.00 V 17 648 63 17 648 63 17. OF COST NO. 674 15. SYS (P M) PROJ.884.884 302 93.00 XII 87 3.00 341.00 3. SYS (P M) PROJ.324 1. . SYS (P M) PHILIPPINES 674 15.569 162 93 1.00 19.00 27.569.737 305 136 2.00 3.00 IX 136 2. OF NO.00 CARAGA 166 3. OF COST PROJ.00 63. . OF NO.628 .268.412 370 166.00 14.324 1.

576 255 CAR 1. Table 23 ACCOMPLISHMENT IN GREATER MEDICARE ACCESS SA BAYAN-ANIHAN.295 7.990 250 ARMM - SOURCES: Target : DAR's CY 2009 WorkPLan.902 5.915 8.123 164 XI 4.004 16.845 3846 CARAGA 3.123 238 V 3.265 250 VIII 1.675 573 VII 5.421 12.299 183 IV-B 1.275 221 VI 2. BY REGION January to December 2009 NUMBER OF ARBs/ARB HOUSEHOLDS ENROLLED IN PHILHEALTH & OTHER HEALTH REGION CARE PROVIDERS TARGET ACCOMP.232 38.310 3.950 15.764 419 III 4.Planning Service (PS) Accomplishment : CY 2009 Support Services Officer (SSO) Report .908 124 XII 230 8.976 175.082 11.759 129 X 23. % PHILIPPINES 68.760 5.700 14.385 13.133 776 IX 9.600 8.240 2758 II 4.966 182 IV-A 2.211 859 I 190 5.

BY REGION SCHEDULE OF GRANTEES AND NUMBER OF GRADUATES As of December 2009 GRANTEES/SCHOLARS ACTUAL GRADUATES REGION 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH 4TH BATCH TOTAL NUMBER OF 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH TOTAL SY 2003-2007 SY 2004-2008 SY 2005-2009 SY 2008 ENROLEES PHILIPPINES 1.282 516 381 960 3.738 CAR 52 22 24 61 159 68 45 17 15 77 I 74 23 16 72 185 66 62 18 10 90 II 127 30 16 67 240 58 106 20 11 137 III 94 36 49 96 275 81 75 23 35 133 IV-A 32 15 18 44 109 36 29 10 12 51 IV-B 40 31 20 45 136 37 38 27 15 80 V 169 50 24 91 334 82 173 42 18 233 VI 160 44 103 71 378 68 148 37 69 254 VII 71 18 14 64 167 66 66 19 13 98 VIII 61 22 23 33 139 36 46 12 19 77 IX 45 16 6 48 115 48 34 8 3 45 X 28 24 11 60 123 48 22 23 9 54 XI 68 23 17 68 176 44 38 12 5 55 XII 76 40 12 50 178 46 63 29 8 100 CARAGA 37 25 16 40 118 34 29 21 10 60 ARMM 148 97 12 50 307 46 106 75 13 194 .080 393 265 1.139 864 1. Table 24 PRESIDENT DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL AGRARIAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.

Province 7 3 4 8 22 8 7 1 4 12 I 74 23 16 72 185 66 62 18 10 90 Ilocos Norte 9 7 3 18 37 15 9 4 2 15 Ilocos Sur 16 7 4 18 45 18 14 6 3 23 La Union 8 6 3 18 35 14 6 5 2 13 Pangasinan 41 3 6 18 68 19 33 3 3 39 II 127 30 16 67 240 58 106 20 11 137 Batanes . 1 . 1 Cagayan 43 9 4 27 83 22 38 6 3 47 Isabela 70 7 4 31 112 29 62 5 4 71 Nueva Viscaya 9 6 4 3 22 2 5 4 1 10 Quirino 5 7 4 5 21 5 1 4 3 8 III 94 36 49 96 275 81 75 23 35 133 Aurora 5 4 6 7 22 4 5 4 4 13 Bataan 6 4 5 10 25 8 6 4 2 12 Bulacan 13 3 5 14 35 13 9 2 4 15 Nueva Ecija-North 23 4 10 25 62 21 18 2 6 26 Nueva Ecija-South 19 4 9 15 47 14 14 3 6 23 Pampanga 15 4 5 4 28 3 14 2 5 21 Tarlac 6 4 5 14 29 13 4 2 4 10 Zambales 7 9 4 7 27 5 5 4 4 13 .738 CAR 52 22 24 61 159 68 45 17 15 77 Abra 4 3 4 7 18 7 4 2 1 7 Apayao 4 3 4 8 19 8 4 2 3 9 Benguet 20 4 4 18 46 23 15 4 3 22 Ifugao 10 3 4 9 26 9 8 3 3 14 Kalinga 7 6 4 11 28 13 7 5 1 13 Mt. Table 24a PRESIDENT DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL AGRARIAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.282 516 381 960 3. . BY PROVINCE SCHEDULE OF GRANTEES AND NUMBER OF GRADUATES As of December 2009 GRANTEES/SCHOLARS ACTUAL GRADUATES REGION 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH 4TH BATCH TOTAL NUMBER OF 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH TOTAL SY 2003-2007 SY 2004-2008 SY 2005-2009 SY 2008 ENROLEES PHILIPPINES 1. 1 .139 864 1.080 393 265 1. 1 2 .

74 . 31 7 3 41 Camarines Norte 12 5 4 15 36 15 11 5 4 20 Camarines Sur 54 16 4 . 2 Laguna 1 2 2 8 13 5 1 1 2 4 Quezon I 18 4 6 9 37 8 16 1 . 48 14 2 64 Catanduanes 9 3 4 11 27 10 8 2 2 12 Masbate 21 7 4 10 42 9 15 7 4 26 Sorsogon 24 8 4 20 56 19 33 7 3 43 VI 160 44 103 71 378 68 148 37 69 254 Aklan 17 5 8 7 37 7 18 3 7 28 Antique 10 5 5 2 22 2 8 5 2 15 Capiz 19 5 10 11 45 12 14 5 7 26 Guimaras 8 4 3 3 18 5 8 3 2 13 Iloilo 48 12 62 14 136 11 48 12 38 98 Negros Occidental 58 13 15 34 120 31 52 9 13 74 . . 45 . . 2 . GRANTEES/SCHOLARS ACTUAL GRADUATES REGION 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH 4TH BATCH TOTAL NUMBER OF 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH TOTAL SY 2003-2007 SY 2004-2008 SY 2005-2009 SY 2008 ENROLEES IV-A 32 15 18 44 109 36 29 10 12 51 Batangas 6 3 4 7 20 7 7 1 4 12 Cavite 1 3 2 3 9 3 . 7 7 3 1 5 3 9 Rizal 6 3 4 10 23 10 4 . 17 Quezon II . 3 7 IV-B 40 31 20 45 136 37 38 27 15 80 Marinduque 4 6 4 9 23 9 7 3 4 14 Occidental Mindoro 18 6 4 9 37 4 17 6 2 25 Oriental Mindoro 1 6 4 9 20 8 1 5 2 8 Palawan 15 6 4 9 34 7 11 6 3 20 Romblon 2 7 4 9 22 9 2 7 4 13 V 169 50 24 91 334 82 173 42 18 233 Albay 30 11 4 .

. 5 10 5 4 . 19 38 12 11 3 2 16 . 4 1 5 Misamis Oriental 13 6 . 9 2 11 Lanao del Norte . . 16 40 15 14 1 . 8 16 4 . . 15 Zambo Sibugay 10 8 4 16 38 17 7 2 3 12 X 28 24 11 60 123 48 22 23 9 54 North Bukidnon 12 8 4 9 33 10 8 6 3 17 South Bukidnon . 3 3 6 12 4 . 18 Zambo Sur 21 3 . 2 4 8 14 10 3 1 1 5 Misamis Occidental 3 5 . . 4 Eastern Samar 9 5 4 10 28 10 7 4 3 14 Northern Samar 8 2 4 1 15 . 5 2 2 9 Western Samar 11 5 4 9 29 9 9 2 5 16 IX 45 16 6 48 115 48 34 8 3 45 Zambo Norte 14 5 2 16 37 16 13 5 . - Camiguin . GRANTEES/SCHOLARS ACTUAL GRADUATES REGION 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH 4TH BATCH TOTAL NUMBER OF 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH TOTAL SY 2003-2007 SY 2004-2008 SY 2005-2009 SY 2008 ENROLEES VII 71 18 14 64 167 66 66 19 13 98 Bohol 27 5 4 20 56 20 26 7 3 36 Cebu 15 5 3 15 38 16 15 5 4 24 Negros Oriental 26 5 3 19 53 20 22 4 3 29 Siquijor 3 3 4 10 20 10 3 3 3 9 VIII 61 22 23 33 139 36 46 12 19 77 Biliran 3 1 4 5 13 5 2 1 4 7 Leyte 26 8 7 3 44 7 19 3 5 27 Southern Leyte 4 1 . 10 10 8 . .

3 3 2 . 10 Davao Oriental 10 4 4 14 32 9 6 2 1 9 XII 76 40 12 50 178 46 63 29 8 100 Kidapawan City 3 15 4 8 30 6 4 11 3 18 South Cotabato 50 10 4 19 83 18 38 8 1 47 Saranggani 6 6 . . 13 29 11 7 3 . . 10 42 10 9 8 . - ARMM 148 97 12 50 307 46 106 75 13 194 Basilan 13 18 3 10 44 10 9 16 2 27 Lanao del Sur 46 19 5 10 80 10 34 16 5 55 Maguindanao 60 23 4 11 98 8 43 19 4 66 Sulu 13 21 . . GRANTEES/SCHOLARS ACTUAL GRADUATES REGION 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH 4TH BATCH TOTAL NUMBER OF 1ST BATCH 2ND BATCH 3RD BATCH TOTAL SY 2003-2007 SY 2004-2008 SY 2005-2009 SY 2008 ENROLEES XI 68 23 17 68 176 44 38 12 5 55 Compostela Valley 10 2 5 14 31 10 15 1 1 17 Davao City 11 3 4 7 25 3 5 2 1 8 Davao del Norte 25 10 4 20 59 11 5 4 2 11 Davao del Sur 12 4 . 10 22 10 4 2 2 8 Sultan Kudarat 17 9 4 13 43 12 17 8 2 27 CARAGA 37 25 16 40 118 34 29 21 10 60 Agusan Norte 12 5 4 6 27 7 9 4 1 14 Agusan Sur 17 5 4 15 41 12 13 4 2 19 Surigao Norte 2 8 4 8 22 7 1 8 2 11 Surigao Sur 6 7 4 8 25 6 6 5 5 16 Dinagat Island . 9 43 8 11 16 2 29 Tawi-Tawi 16 16 . . 17 .

233.28 .Grant 1 20.60 33.86 76.524.86 9.00 ▪ IN THE PIPELINE 25 23.12 17.577.802.Loan 10 18.00 25.Grant 42 6.31 7.30 1.67 .56 10.55 69. OF PROJECT/TYPE OF ASSISTANCE GOP PROJECTS ODA TOTAL COUNTERPART ▪ TOTAL 59 57.993.42 19. Table 25 STATUS OF FOREIGN RESOURCE MOBILIZATION As of December 2009 COST (PhP MILLION) NO.602.086.29 25.26 43.073.314.363.151.667.160.31 7.61 ▪ On-Going Projects 8 33.068.Loan 7 32.56 10.26 43.56 7.171.206.Grant 41 6.212.353.18 4.377.426.Loan 17 51.24 27.008.61 ▪ Completed Projects 51 24.734.82 .431.85 .00 5.013.611.46 .82 .42 SOURCE: ODA CY09 Annual Foreign-Assisted Projects Office (FAPsO) .061.30 1.946.

88 10. OF ARCs PROJECT NAME FOREIGN DONOR GOP CATEGORY COVERED COVERED LOAN GRANT TOTAL COUNTERPART TOTAL (8 Projects) 412 32. CARAGA 8 2.86 8. GRANT (1 Project) 20.964. LOAN (7 Projects) 412 32. ARMM 6.511.00 (Empowering Farmers Through Capacity Assistance Development in Operation & Maintenance System & Technology in ARCs) SOURCE: ODA CY09 Annual Foreign-Assisted Projects Office . Second Agrarian Reform Communities WB Capital Nationwide 84 2.63 Project III (ARISP III) Assistance 5.135.78 Integrated Resources & Environmental Assistance Mindanao Management Program (NMCIREMP) with SOF Grant 4.963. Tulay ng Pangulo Para sa Kaunlarang Gov't.95 775.670.632.973.46 Development Project (ARCDP II) Assistance 3.00 8.75 1.068.68 317.00 25.82 I.647.26 43.82 1.991. V.073.26 43.35 4. Bridge Construction to Support Expanded GOJ/JICA Technical III and IV 317.474.086. 152 4. XI.497.061. Mindanao Sustainable Settlement Area JBIC Capital X. Table 25a ONGOING FOREIGN-ASSISTED PROJECTS As of December 2009 PROJECT COST (Php MILLION) PROJECT REGIONS NO.Phase II JICA Technical 20. In-Country Training Course .68 322. VI.09 1.149.21 (ARCP II) Assistance IX.48 3.670.83 5.68 342.20 401. Agrarian Reform Communities Project ADB Capital IV-B.419.48 1.68 ARCs (Basal-Aurora) Assistance II.00 5.00 5.56 Pang-Agraryo Assistance 7. VIII.55 3.15 7.00 25. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support GOJ/JBIC Capital 54 Provinces 130 5.326.50 Development Project (MINSSAD) Assistance 2. of France Capital Nationwide 16.98 786.47 18.102. Northern Mindanao Community IFAD Capital Northern 38 728.88 10.

OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. BY REGION January to December 2009 TOTAL LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES DEV'T DELIVERY OF AGRARIAN JUSTICE MANAGING THE BUREAUCRACY REGION NO. OF CLASSES PAX DAYS CLASSES PAX DAYS CLASSES PAX DAYS CLASSES PAX DAYS CLASSES PAX DAYS PHILIPPINES 145 3.Bureau of Agrarian Reform Information and Education (BARIE) as per memo dated 19 January 2010 . OF NO. Table 26 TRAININGS CONDUCTED FOR AND ATTENDED BY DAR PERSONNEL.B 3 150 6 3 150 6 V 9 55 30 1 29 2 8 26 28 VI 14 300 40 4 119 7 1 49 1 2 3 9 7 129 23 VII 4 85 13 4 85 13 VIII 4 149 10 1 58 1 3 91 9 IX 10 213 25 1 25 3 3 90 9 0 0 0 6 98 13 X 8 282 11 8 282 11 XI 12 173 35 5 55 15 2 2 5 5 116 15 XII No Report CARAGA 36 436 70 3 64 4 2 28 4 31 344 62 ARMM No Report SOURCE: Accomplishment: Human Resource Development (HRD) Report for CY 2009 . OF NO.996 303 CAR 10 62 39 10 62 39 I 7 157 22 1 39 3 6 118 19 II 7 160 27 1 65 3 6 95 24 III 19 623 32 2 126 2 5 230 10 12 267 20 IV . OF NO.A 3 83 11 3 83 11 IV . OF NO.021 387 10 312 20 16 420 39 10 293 25 115 1. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO.

of No. of No.932 234 5 193 13 7 285 17 70 1. of No. of No. BY REGION 1_/ January to December 2009 LAND TENURE PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES DELIVERY OF AGRARIAN MANAGING THE TOTAL IMPROVEMENT DEV'T JUSTICE BUREAUCRACY REGION No. of No. of No. Table 26a TRAININGS CONDUCTED FOR DAR PERSONNEL. of No. of No. of No.921 177 CAR 1 47 3 1 47 3 I 5 154 15 1 39 3 4 115 12 II 5 158 12 1 65 3 4 93 9 III 19 623 32 2 126 2 5 230 10 12 267 20 IV -A 2 82 6 2 82 6 IV -B 3 150 6 3 150 6 V 2 38 7 1 29 2 1 9 5 VI 10 295 23 4 119 7 5 127 15 VII 4 85 13 4 85 13 VIII 4 149 10 3 91 9 IX 6 207 19 1 25 3 2 89 6 3 93 10 X 7 281 8 7 281 8 XI 7 163 16 4 115 10 XII No Report CARAGA 17 407 47 2 64 4 1 27 3 14 316 40 ARMM No Report 1_/ Trainings conducted by DAR and attended by its personnel SOURCE: Accomplishment: Human Resource Development (HRD) Report for CY 2009 . of No. of No. of Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days PHILIPPINES 97 2.Bureau of Agrarian Reform Information and Education (BARIE) as per memo dated 19 January 2010 . of No. of No. of No.

of No. of No. of No. of Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days Classes Pax Days PHILIPPINES 48 89 154 4 9 13 4 5 14 40 75 127 BARIE CAR 9 15 36 9 15 36 I 2 3 7 2 3 7 II 2 2 15 2 2 15 III IV -A 1 1 5 1 1 5 IV -B V 7 17 23 7 17 23 VI 4 5 17 2 3 9 2 2 8 VII VIII IX 4 6 6 1 1 3 3 5 3 X 1 1 3 1 1 3 XI 5 10 19 2 7 9 2 2 5 1 1 5 XII CARAGA 13 29 23 1 1 1 12 28 22 ARMM No Report 1_/ Trainings conducted by other agencies that were attended by DAR personnel SOURCE: Accomplishment: Human Resource Development (HRD) Report for CY 2009 .Bureau of Agrarian Reform Information and Education (BARIE) as per memo dated 19 January 2010 . of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. Table 26b 1_/ TRAININGS ATTENDED BY DAR PERSONNEL. BY REGION January to December 2009 LAND TENURE PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES DELIVERY OF AGRARIAN MANAGING THE TOTAL IMPROVEMENT DEV'T JUSTICE BUREAUCRACY REGION No. of No. of No. of No. of No.