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Leganes Executive and Legislative Agenda 2010-2013

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Executive and Legislative Agenda, CY 2010-2013

by

Municipal Planning and Development Office, Municipality of Leganes

2010

Printed in Leganes, Iloilo, Philippines

Citation: Municipal Planning and Development Office-Leganes. 2010. Executive and


Legislative Agenda CY 2010-2013. Municipality of Leganes, Iloilo, Philippines.

This publication was made possible through the efforts of the Municipal Planning and
Development Office of the Municipality of Leganes. The publication may be reproduced
or quoted in other publications as long as proper reference is made to the source.

ELA Document No. 01-ELA/2010


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Republic of the Philippines


Province of Iloilo
Municipality of Leganes
OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR

The Local Government Code of 1991 has created favorable conditions for the
advancement of a local government unit. It has empowered local officials to move
forward for progress and development. However, the fact that good intentions are not
being enough, governance relies on skills and technology to confront an effective
challenge conducive to progress. Through the vision and mission we have interwoven
with concomitant goals and objectives, it is inevitable that we govern as development
manager.

The beneficial synergy of different stakeholders of our municipality has crafted


the 2010-2013 Executive-Legislative Agenda. An action plan for the amendment of our
mission, this ELA bridges the gap between the present and the future. It directs our
municipality to its advancement and cherished future.

Leganes has figured prominently as a fast progressing municipality in the


Province of Iloilo. The Executive and Legislative branches of our Local Government
Unit have joined hands in attaining a productive and responsive governance for the
welfare of our constituents. And, how well the goal has been achieved? With its well-
executed plans, programs, strategies, and our constant striving to excel! We have always
subscribed to the idea of doing better the next time compared to whatever we have
already done well. It is always a pleasurable imperative to come up with new ideas, new
plans, new schemes and better governance for a constantly invigorating Leganes.

ENRIQUE M. ROJAS
Municipal Mayor
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Republic of the Philippines


Province of Iloilo
Municipality of Leganes
OFFICE OF THE VICE MAYOR

In order for us to remember, the happenings and events of the past must be
recorded and properly documented for future reference to serve as an evidence of
triumphs and failures.

On the other hand, a vision, an anticipation of what’s to come, a target, a plan, an


agenda must also be recorded and documented. It shall state the objective and goal of
what we aspire for our native Leganes that must be put into a concrete plan and everyone
who had been involved must see the realization of this plan through its finality either we
achieved it as it is or better yet we strive to achieve more!

Leganes, once again, exhibits the solid partnership between the Executive and
Legislative arms of our local government through the Executive-Legislative Agenda
(2010-2013). Crafted as one from the very beginning, the stakeholders undergoing
various trainings and workshops, discussing every bit, every detail, this ELA is owned by
everybody. The incorporation of plan only proves harmonious relationship that exists
between the two arms of the local government unit, all for the benefit of Leganesnon.

Come along with us, as we journey towards a more fruitful partnership for the
development of our community. Each one of us plays an important role. May God bless
us all!

ATTY. JOSE ROMI S. MARAÑON


Municipal Vice-Mayor
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Republic of the Philippines


Province of Iloilo
MUNICIPALITY OF LEGANES

MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

EXCERPTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT


COUNCIL HELD AT THE LEGANES YOUTH CENTER, LEGANES, ILOILO ON OCTOBER 1, 2010
AT 3:30 IN THE AFTERNOON

PRESENT:

Hon. Enrique M. Rojas - Municipal Mayor, Chairman, MDC


Hon. Epifania A. Jinon - SB Member, Chairman, Committee on Appropriation,
Budget and Finance
Hon. Danilo S. Guay - Punong Barangay, Buntatala
Hon. Avelino G. Ibañez - Punong Barangay, Cagamutan Norte
Hon. Nicanor C. Harder, Jr. - Punong Barangay, Cagamutan Sur
Hon. Edna G. Mamon - Punong Barangay, Gua-an
Hon. Reynaldo A. Juntarciego - Punong Barangay, Guihaman
Hon. Freddie J. Juanga - Punong Barangay, Guinobatan
Hon. Vicente S. Quilino - Punong Barangay, Guintas
Hon. Lupo P. Señolay - Punong Barangay, Lapayon
Engr. Samson J. Jaspe - MGDH I – MPDC
PGBI, NGO
Mr. Ernest Carl J. Badana - Planning Assistant
Ms. Ma. Luz C. Guaña - Manager, LCDP – MPC, NGO
Ms. Edna T. Paragat - Representative, FIRM, NGO

ABSENT:

Hon. Narciso H. Sarmiento - Punong Barangay, Bigke


Hon. Rebecca Q. Masisado - Punong Barangay, Calaboa
Hon. Arnold A. Bactong - Punong Barangay, Camangay
Hon. Abelardo T. Belmonte - Punong Barangay, Cari Mayor
Hon. Oscar F. Esman - Punong Barangay, Cari Minor
Hon. Paul J. Krafft - Punong Barangay, MV Hechanova,
Liga President
Hon. Leopoldo P. Juele - Punong Barangay, Nabitasan
Hon. Rodito C. Jinon - Punong Barangay, Napnud
Hon. Efren S. Tubongbanua - Punong Barangay, Poblacion
Hon. Niño Vincent J. Vallejo - Punong Barangay, San Vicente
Representative, Office of the
Congressman, 2nd District

RESOLUTION NO. 5
Series of 2010

A RESOLUTION ENDORSING TO THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN THE EXECUTIVE AND


LEGISLATIVE AGENDA OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF LEGANES, ILOILO FOR ADOPTION
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WHEREAS, the Executive and Legislative Agenda (ELA) sets the local government’s strategic
directions for the next three years (2011 to 2013) and provides an explicit expression of the present
administration’s goals, objectives, strategic priorities and programs that are consistent with the LGU vision
and missions;

WHEREAS, the formulation of the ELA involved the participation of various stakeholders in the
community in its various stages, from needs identification to plan implementation, monitoring and
evaluation;

WHEREAS, the ELA represents the collective aspiration, needs and priorities of the local
community and therefore enjoys broad-based support;

WHEREAS, the ELA is this administration’s sincere invitation to all its constituents and resource
institutions to be its pro-active partners in progress;

NOW THEREFORE –

BE IT RESOLVED as this Municipal Development Council hereby resolved to endorse to the


Sangguniang Bayan the Executive and Legislative Agenda of the Municipality of Leganes, Iloilo for
adoption;

ADOPTED this 1st day of October, 2010 on motion of Punong Barangay Freddie J. Juanga of
Barangay Guinobatan and duly seconded by Punong Barangay Nicanor C. Harder, Jr. of Barangay
Cagamutan Sur all of this municipality.

I HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of the foregoing resolution.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Particular Page
Message - Mayor iii
Message – Vice Mayor iv
Sangguniang Bayan Resolution v
Municipal Development Council Resolution vii
Table of Contents ix
List of Tables x
List of Figures xii
Chapter I
Introduction 1
Chapter II
Municipal Profile 5
Chapter III
Vision, and Vision Elements 19
Chapter IV
Social Development Plan 22
Chapter V
Economic Development Plan 32
Chapter VI
Environmental Management Plan 41
Chapter VII
Administrative Development Plan 46
Chapter VIII
Governance Development Plan 50
Chapter IX
Capacity Development Needs and Intervention 54
Chapter X
Priority Legislative Requirements 74
Chapter XI
Resource Mobilization Strategies 76
Chapter XII
Monitoring and Evaluation 78
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LIST OF TABLES

Table Title Page No.


No.
1 Land Area & Distance of Barangays from the Poblacion 7
2 Population Composition by School-Age, Working-Age, Dependent-
Age Group & Sex, Year 2009 8
3 Civil Status of Population, Year 2009 8
4 Household Population by Urban & Rural Barangay, Number of
Families & Average Household & Family Size, Year 2009 9
5 Urbanization Levels for the Past Years 10
6 Population Density, Gross Density & Built-up Density 10
7 Historical Growth of Population 11
8 Barangay Growth of Population 11
9 Status of Residency, Year 2009 12
10 Crude Birth Rate, Crude Death & Rate of Natural Increase Rate for the
last Five Years, 2005 – 2009 12
11 Literacy Rate of Population 5 years old and over by Sex, Year 2009 12
12 Labor Force Population by Sex and Employment Status, Year 2009 12
13 Employment Status by Place of Employment, Year 2009 13
14 Employment by Industry and Sex, Year 2009 13
15 Occupation by Sex, Year 2009 14
16 Annual Household Income, Year 2009 14
17 Household Population 5 years old & Over by Highest Educational
Attainment, Year 2009 15
18 Projected Population and Household 15
19 Population Projection by Barangay, Year 2010 - 2019 16
20 Existing Major Agricultural Crops by Area, Production and Market,
Year 2009 17
21 Comparative Agricultural Crop Areas and Production, 2008 - 2009 17
22 Existing Livestock & Poultry Farms, Year 2009 17
23 Existing Fishing Grounds and Aquaculture Production, Year 2009 18
24 Existing Agricultural Support Facilities and Services, Year 2009 18
25 Financial Accountability Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 54
26 Local Legislative Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and
Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 55
27 Development Planning Capacity Development Objective, Intervention
and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 56
28 Revenue Generation Capacity Objective, Intervention and
Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 57
29 Resource Allocation and Utilization Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 59
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Table Title Page No.


No.
Human Resource Management and Development Capacity
30 Development Objective, Intervention and Implementation, Year 2010
to 2013 60
31 Health and Nutrition Capacity Development Objective, Intervention
and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 62
32 Education Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and
Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 64
33 Housing and Basic Utilities Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 66
34 Peace, Security and Disaster Preparedness Capacity Development
Objective, Intervention & Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 67
35 Agricultural Fisheries Development Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 69
36 Enterprise, Business and Industrial Promotion Capacity Development
Objective, Intervention & Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 70
37 Natural Resource Management Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 71
38 Waste Mgt. and Pollution Control Capacity Development Objective,
Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013 73
39 Actual and Projected Income and Expenditures for the General Fund,
Year 2007 to 2013 76
40 Actual and Projected Income and Expenditures for the Local Economic
and Development Office, Year 2007 to 2013 76
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LIST OF FIGURES

Page
1 – Population Pyramid, Year 2009 9

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Chapter I
INTRODUCTION

The 2010 Presidential and Local Elections ushered in a new batch of local elected
officials in the realm of local governance. The Department of Interior and Local
Government (DILG) deemed it crucial to guide the new batch of elected officials so that
they will have a solid grasp of the national government agenda and its relationship to
local governance; build-up the economic capacity of their local area to improve its
economic future; and, to make the local economic development strategy as an integral
part of the broader strategic planning process.

The Newly Elected Officials (NEO) Program of the DILG was devised to address
these needs, and to promote the improvement of institutional and individual capacities to
implement term-based development roadmap centered on local development needs
correlated with the realization of national development goals. The Executive and
Legislative Agenda (ELA) formulation is an integral component of this program.

The ELA is a document that contains the governance program of a local


government unit for a given period, usually three years, corresponding to the term of
office of elected officials that promotes partnership between local executive and
legislative, and the involvement of multi-stakeholders in the identification and
programming of three-year development priorities.

1.1 Legal Mandate

The legal foundation for the formulation of the Executive and Legislative Agenda
is based on the Local Government Code of 1991 (RA 7160) which provides that the
municipal mayor, as the chief executive of the municipal government shall “determine
the guidelines of municipal policies and be responsible to the Sangguniang Bayan for the
program of government; direct the formulation of the municipal development plan, with
the assistance of the municipal development council, and upon approval thereof by the
Sangguniang Bayan, implement the same; at the opening of the regular session of the
Sangguniang Bayan for every calendar year and, as may be deemed necessary, present
the program of government and propose policies and projects for the consideration of the
Sangguniang Bayan as the general welfare of the inhabitants and the needs of the
municipal government may require; initiate and propose legislative measures to the
Sangguniang Bayan” (Section 444 of RA 7160).
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1.2 The Executive and Legislative Agenda Formulation Process

Each sectoral group formulated their respective development plans based on the
gaps identified by the Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS)
and System on Competency Assessment for Local Governments (SCALOG). The
sectoral plans were conceptualized through a series of workshops conducted by the
Municipality of Leganes with collaboration with the DILG Iloilo Provincial Office from
July to September of 2010.

1.2.1 Sectoral Development Goals and Objectives

The vision of the municipality as stated in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for
years 2002 to 2012 was revisited. Upon inspection, the vision statement lacks a few
important sectoral descriptors needed in the formulation of various sectoral objectives. It
was decided that a new vision statement should be formulated to satisfy the required
format.

The sectoral objectives were all based on their respective sectoral descriptors in
the vision statement. Each descriptor was assigned success indicators which were then
translated into sectoral objectives.

1.2.2 Sectoral Strategies and Policies

These are principles and values that shall guide the formulation and
implementation of sectoral programs and projects, derived from various sources, notably
from existing development literature, from higher level plans, laws, issuances and
guidelines. The Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO) have contributed a
great deal in this aspect for they are the repository of various development literatures.

1.2.3 Sectoral Programs and Projects

The programs and projects identified in this document is a product of a


prioritization workshop to ensure that these programs and projects are in congruence with
sectoral goals and objectives. The prioritized programs and projects will serve as inputs
in the formulation of the Local Development Investment Program (LDIP) of the
municipality.

Programs and projects that is not the responsibility of the municipality (refer to
Sec. 17, RA 7160) but are essential to local development will be elevated to the higher
LGU (i.e., province, regional, national). Various persuasion tactics can be employed by
the municipality to ensure funding and timely implementation in desired locations of
these programs and projects.
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1.2.4 Capacity Development Needs and Interventions

The System on Competency Assessment for Local Governments (SCALOG)


provided the inputs that enabled the LGU to formulate the necessary interventions to
close the identified capacity development gaps. Interventions were directed to the
following organizational competency areas: organization and staffing, legislative support
and other enabling mechanisms, transparency, management systems, participation,
continuous improvement/innovations, and customer service.

1.2.5 Priority Legislative Requirements

Programs and projects alone cannot remedy all the issues and concerns put
forward by the different sectors. An enactment of an ordinance or a resolution is
imperative in the provision of regulatory and fiscal measures within the jurisdiction of the
municipality.

1.2.6 Resource Mobilization Strategies

An analysis of financial statements for the past three years was undertaken.
Regular sources of income were identified and projected for the next three years
following the implementation schedule of this plan. Personal services expenditures, office
maintenance and operating expenses, debt servicing, and mandatory and statutory
obligations were deducted to determine the investible portion of local funds. The sifted
programs and projects list was then matched with the investible portion to form the
indicative three-year investment program of the municipality.

1.3 The Actors

The DILG Iloilo Provincial Office was instrumental in providing technical


assistance to the formulation of this document. The newly elected officials of the
Municipality of Leganes played a major role in this exercise. Their inputs have been
indispensable in the formulation of their joint agenda for the next three years of their term
of office. Various national and municipal offices also provided their inputs to this
activity.

The Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO) served as facilitators


and secretariat.
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1.4 Organization of this Document

This Executive and Legislative Agenda consist of twelve (12) chapters. The
chapters and their respective topics are briefly described as follows:

Chapter I is the introductory chapter in which the ELA formulation process is


detailed.

Chapter II presents the general feature of the municipality, its demography and
state of the local economy.

Chapter III gives the updated vision statement of Leganes, descriptors and their
respective success indicators.

Chapter IV to VIII provides a short situational analysis, sectoral objectives,


strategies, and programs and projects of the social, economic, environment,
administration and governance respectively.

Chapter IX summarizes the result of the SCALOG and the identified capacity
development objectives and interventions on the fourteen different areas namely:
financial accountability; local legislation; development planning; revenue generation;
resource allocation and utilization; human resource management and development; health
and nutrition; education; housing and basic utilities; peace, security and disaster
preparedness; agriculture and fisheries development; enterprise, business and industrial
promotion; natural resource management; and, waste management and pollution control.

Chapter X consolidates the legislative measures proposed by all development


sectors.

Chapter XI analyzes the current financial situation of the municipality and


provides fiscal measures to finance the prioritized programs and projects of each sector.

Chapter XII delineates the functions of the different stakeholders in implementing


the ELA. It also details the communication plan, and the responsibility for monitoring
and evaluation.
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Chapter II
MUNICIPAL PROFILE

This chapter presents a short statistical compendium of the demographic and


economic profile of the municipality as well as its physical features as of the year-end
2009. The primary data and secondary data presented were gathered by the barangay
service point officers, and by various municipal offices respectively.

2.1 General Features

2.1.1 Geographic Location

The Municipality of Leganes is one of the nineteen (19) coastal towns of the
Province of Iloilo. It is the only coastal municipality that shares a common border with
Iloilo City, which is the provincial capital and regional administration center of Western
Visayas in Region VI. It is located along the Guimaras Strait, opposite the town of
Buenavista (which is only about 4.5 kilometers from Leganes’ shoreline) in the island –
Province of Guimaras. It is adjacent to the City of Iloilo in the South, bounded by Pavia
in the Southeast, Sta. Barbara in the West and Zarraga in the North. It is eleven (11)
kilometers from the Poblacion of Pavia and approximately five (5) kilometers from the
Poblacion of Zarraga. Leganes can be found between the coordinates of 1220 39’35” west
to 1220 39’45” east latitude and between 100 51’48” north to 100 45’15” south longitude.

2.1.2 Land Area

Leganes has a total land area of 3,220 hectares. It ranks as the third smallest town
of the forty two (42) municipalities and one (1) component city of the province of Iloilo.
The smallest town is San Miguel with an area of 2,138 hectares. The second smallest
municipality is Pavia which has a land area of 3,301. It is smaller in Leganes by only 81
hectares. The Poblacion of Leganes has a total land area of 58.9196 hectares.

2.1.3 Topography

Well-cultivated fields, coconut trees and bamboo clumps dominate the landscape
of the entire municipality. The terrain is characterized by level plains but slightly higher
in the northwest of Lapayon and Calaboa with a slope not exceeding 3%.
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The plains are of prime agricultural lands that produce rice, which is the
municipality’s prime commodity. The areas along the coastline are swampy and a large
portion of these swampy areas had been converted into fishponds and salt-beds.

2.1.4 Soil Type

The soil of Leganes is classified by the Bureau of Soils in two categories: soil of
swamps and marshes and soil of the lowlands and plains. The lowland plain soil is of
Sta. Rita clay loam variety, which covers 75% of Leganes or 2,415.5 hectares of land.
The swamps and marsh land is of Umingan fine sandy loam type which covers 25% or
804.5 hectares. This type of soil can be found in portions of Barangay Cari Mayor, Cari
Minor, Nabitasan, Gua-an, Napnud and MV Hechanova. There is no forest area in
Leganes.

2.1.5 Water Sources

Leganes’ sources of Level III potable water are the deep wells in the barangays of
Guihaman and Cagamutan Sur. The municipality has adequate underground water
supply, which can be tapped for domestic and commercial uses. The surface water in
Calaboa Creek, Carismo-an Creek and Janipa-an River are utilized for irrigation
purposes.

2.1.6 Drainage and Flood Prone Areas

Buntatala and Janipa-an Rivers serve as the main natural drainage to the sea.
Janipa-an River winds from Calaboa to Cagamutan Norte to Cari Mayor where it merges
with Buntatala River then to the Jalaur River that empties into the Iloilo Strait. Buntatala
River traverses the barangays of Buntatala, Guintas, Napnud, Guinobatan, Gua-an, Cari
Minor, Cari Mayor and Nabitasan where it merges with Janipa-an and Jalaur Rivers at the
boundary of barangays Cari Mayor and Nabitasan.

The two rivers (Buntatala and Janipa-an) had ceased to be effective natural water
drainage since their course have been narrowed and obstructed by nipa clumps, vegetable
growth, floating logs, debris, rubbish and indiscriminate construction of fishpond dikes
along both banks of the rivers. These obstructions have created bottlenecks that force
back water during continuous rain and spill-off towards the low-lying residential and
agricultural areas of the municipality.

Tributaries of Janipa-an and Buntatala Rivers traversing the swamp lands to the
sea are no longer visible having been converted into fishponds. The canals and natural
outlets of water are fast disappearing due to the rapid pace of development. Manmade
structures have contributed to the declining situation of the natural drainage.
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2.1.7 Climate Pattern

Leganes has two distinct seasons – wet and dry. The wet season is from July to
November and the dry season is from December to June. It is cold is the months of
December, January and February and usually hot during the summer months of March,
April and May. There is a slight difference in the weather condition in the barangays
along the coast compared to the non-coastal barangays as the former barangays are more
humid due to their proximity to the sea.

2.1.8 Accessibility

Leganes is only about 11 kilometers from Iloilo City and about 13 kilometers
from the Iloilo Airport through the provincial access road. It can be reached from Iloilo
City through the National Highway to the North or the Coastal Highway to the
Municipality of Dumangas. The Coastal Road serves as the shorter link of the town to
the International Port in Bo. Obrero, Lapuz, Iloilo City and to some of the municipalities
in the North. There are also barangay roads that connect the municipality to the adjacent
towns like Sta. Barbara and Pavia.

2.1.9 Political Subdivision

Table 1. Land Area and Distance of Barangays from the Poblacion

Barangay Area Distance from Poblacion


(km)
Bigke 41.5521 3.00
Buntatala 116.1105 1.30
Cagamutan Norte 148.4318 3.00
Cagamutan Sur 138.5658 0.50
Calaboa 286.7967 3.90
Camangay 39.4935 3.30
Cari Mayor 344.0093 3.50
Cari Minor 113.0945 2.10
Gua-an 157.1484 3.60
Guihaman 140.1166 0.60
Guinobatan 115.0624 1.50
Guintas 103.7392 2.90
Lapayon 426.0592 3.50
M.V. Hechanova 69.7926 2.20
Nabitasan 583.9182 4.80
Napnud 138.0531 1.60
Poblacion 75.5000 -
San Vicente 182.5561 1.30
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2.2 Demography

Table 2. Population Composition by School-Age, Working-Age, Dependent-Age


Group and Sex, Year 2009

Age Group Both Sexes Male Female Sex Ratio


No. % No. %
School going population
Preschool (3-6) 2,213 1,145 51.8 1,068 48.2 107.27 1:1
Elementary (7-12) 3,256 1,660 51.0 1,595 49.0 104.06 1:1
Secondary (13-16) 2,169 1,100 50.7 1,069 49.3 102.88 1:1
Tertiary (17-21) 2,740 1,401 51.1 1,339 48.9 104.60 1:1
Working age (15-64) 18,611 9,467 50.9 9,144 49.1 103.53 1:1
Labor force (15-over) 20,179 10,092 50.0 10,087 50.0 100.05 1:1
Dependent population
Young (0-14) 8,197 4,211 51.4 3,986 48.6 105.64 1:1
Old (65-over) 1,568 625 39.9 943 60.1 66.28 2:3
Total Dependency Ratio 52.47 1:1
Young Dependency Ratio 44.04 3:2
Old Dependency Ratio 8.43 9:1

Table 3. Civil Status of Population, Year 2009

Age Single Married Widow/ Separated M F Total


Group Widower
M F M F M F M F
0-4 1,444 1,327 - - - - - - 1,444 1,327 2,771
5-9 1,419 1,341 - 1 - - - - 1,419 1,342 2,761
10-14 1,348 1,317 - - - - - - 1,348 1,317 2,665
15-19 1,377 1,312 25 44 - - - - 1,402 1,356 2,758
20-24 1,183 926 215 382 - 4 1 2 1,399 1,314 2,713
25-29 749 533 552 689 7 8 4 4 1,312 1,234 2,546
30-34 341 284 743 800 7 11 4 13 1,095 1,108 2,203
35-39 200 156 789 777 7 19 11 7 1,007 959 1,966
40-44 155 130 736 666 7 24 8 12 906 832 1,738
45-49 97 90 666 590 11 51 8 12 782 743 1,525
50-54 47 69 580 504 14 65 5 9 646 647 1,293
55-59 32 44 487 403 31 90 6 12 556 549 1,105
60-64 27 39 303 242 22 104 10 17 362 402 764
65-69 16 37 208 187 26 103 4 5 254 332 586
70-74 6 22 143 93 27 108 3 2 179 225 404
75-79 6 19 75 54 27 105 1 1 109 179 288
80-above 3 23 47 32 32 151 1 1 83 207 290
TOTAL 8,450 7,669 5,569 5,464 218 843 66 97 14,303 14,073 28,376
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Table 4. Household Population by Urban and Rural Barangay, Number of Families,


and Average Household and Family Size, Year 2009

Barangay Population No. of No. of Average


Households Families Household
Size
A. Urban
Buntatala 1,355 312 320 4
Cagamutan Sur 1,689 375 379 5
Cari Minor 767 148 154 5
Guihaman 1,960 427 438 5
Guinobatan 2,047 413 427 5
Poblacion 2,623 552 605 5
Sub-total 10,441 2,227 2,323 5
B. Rural
Bigke 657 129 136 5
Cagamutan Norte 2,225 447 511 5
Calaboa 1,495 280 314 5
Camangay 590 117 123 5
Cari Mayor 1,434 308 333 5
Gua-an 1,156 227 252 5
Guintas 1,335 299 337 4
Lapayon 2,152 447 517 5
M.V. Hechanova 622 124 148 5
Nabitasan 2,963 564 599 5
Napnud 1,909 416 471 5
San Vicente 1,397 285 298 5
Sub-total 17,935 3,643 4,039 5
TOTAL 28,376 5,870 6,362 5

Figure 1. Population Pyramid, Year 2009


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Table 5. Urbanization Levels for the Past Years

Year Barangay Population Growth Rate Tempo of Level of


(%) Urbanization Urbanization
Urban Rural Total Urban Rural (Urbanity)
2000 8,442 15,033 23,475 35.96
2006 10,338 16,765 27,103 3.43 1.83 1.60 38.14
2007 10,649 16,708 27,357 3.01 (0.34) 3.35 38.93
2008 10,327 17,228 27,555 (3.02) 3 .11 (6.14) 37.48
2009 10,441 17,935 28,376 1.10 4.10 (3.00) 36.80

Table 6. Population Density, Gross Density and Built-up Density, Year 2009

Barangay Area Built-up Population Population Built-


(hectares) Area Density up
(hectares) Density
A. Urban
Buntatala 116.1105 67.8105 1,355 12 20
Cagamutan Sur 138.5658 61.4500 1,689 12 27
Cari Minor 113.0945 73.0000 767 7 11
Guihaman 140.1166 68.0931 1,960 14 29
Guinobatan 115.0624 108.0384 2,047 18 19
Poblacion 75.5000 68.5600 2,623 35 38
Sub-total 698.4498 446.9520 10,441 15 23
B. Rural
Bigke 41.5521 11.8500 657 16 55
Cagamutan Norte 148.4318 59.2900 2,225 15 38
Calaboa 286.7967 29.9910 1,495 5 50
Camangay 39.4935 11.3050 590 15 52
Cari Mayor 344.0093 33.3256 1,434 4 43
Gua-an 157.1484 19.6200 1,156 7 59
Guintas 103.7392 40.6875 1,335 13 33
Lapayon 426.0592 54.6200 2,152 5 39
M.V. Hechanova 69.7926 12.3100 622 9 51
Nabitasan 583.9182 48.2950 2,963 5 61
Napnud 138.0531 15.7650 1,909 14 121
San Vicente 182.5561 30.5900 1,397 8 46
Sub-total 2,521.5502 367.6491 17,935 7 49
TOTAL 3,220.0000 814.6011 28,376 9 35

Gross Density 9
Urban Density 15
Built-up Density 35
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Table 7. Historical Growth of Population

Year Population Increase/ Decrease Growth Rate (%)


1903 3,837
1948 7,447 3,610 1.48
1960 9,244 1,797 1.82
1970 11,480 2,236 2.19
1975 12,328 848 1.44
1980 14,285 1,957 2.99
1990 18,505 4,220 2.62
1995 19,235 730 0.78
2000 23,475 4,240 4.06
2006 27,103 3,628 2.42
2007 27,357 254 0.94
2008 27,555 198 0.72
2009 28,376 821 2.98
Doubling Time 23.26

Table 8. Barangay Growth of Population

Barangay Population Increase/ Growth Rate


2008 2009 Decrease (%)
A. Urban
Buntatala 1,357 1,355 (2) -0.15
Cagamutan Sur 1,801 1,689 (112) -6.22
Cari Minor 735 767 32 4.35
Guihaman 2,036 1,960 (76) -3.73
Guinobatan 1,955 2,047 92 4.71
Poblacion 2,443 2,623 180 7.37
Sub-total 10,327 10,441 114 1.10
B. Rural
Bigke 599 657 58 9.68
Cagamutan Norte 2,120 2,225 105 4.95
Calaboa 1,340 1,495 155 11.57
Camangay 560 590 30 5.36
Cari Mayor 1,463 1,434 (29) -1.98
Gua-an 1,186 1,156 (30) -2.53
Guintas 1,196 1,335 139 11.62
Lapayon 2,197 2,152 (45) -2.05
M.V. Hechanova 607 622 15 2.47
Nabitasan 2,739 2,963 224 8.18
Napnud 1,921 1,909 (12) -0.62
San Vicente 1,300 1,397 97 7.46
Sub-total 17,228 17,935 707 4.10
TOTAL 27,555 28,376 821 2.98
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Table 9. Status of Residency, Year 2009

Status No. %
Permanent 27,471 96.81
Transient 398 1.40
In-migrant 507 1.79
TOTAL 28,376

Table 10. Crude Birth Rate, Crude Death and Rate of Natural Increase Rate for the
last five years, 2005-2009

Year CBR % Increase/ CDR % Increase/ Rate of


Decrease from Decrease from Natural
Previous Year Previous Year Increase
2005 21.00 4.60
2006 24.00 3.00 5.20 0.60 18.80
2007 20.20 (3.80) 2.70 (2.50) 17.50
2008 20.40 0.20 4.70 2.00 15.70
2009 19.00 (1.40) 4.00 (0.70) 15.00

Table 11. Literacy Rate of Population 5 Years Old and Over by Sex, Year 2009

Male Female Both Sexes


No. % No. % No. %
Population 5 years old and over 12,859 12,746 25,605
Literate
Simple literacy rate (%) 701 5.45 680 5.34 1,381 5.39
Functional literacy rate (%) 12,081 93.95 12,007 94.20 24,088 94.08
Illiterate 77 0.60 59 0.46 136 0.53

Table 12. Labor Force Population by Sex and Employment Status, Year 2009

Sex Population 15 Labor Force Not in


years old and Employed % Unemployed % Labor
over Force
Male 10,092 6,281 62.24 1,836 18.19 1,975
Female 10,087 3,646 36.15 4,216 41.80 2,225
TOTAL 20,179 9,927 49.19 6,052 29.99 4,200
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Table 13. Employment Status by Place of Employment, Year 2009

Place of employment Employment status


Permanent Contractual Seasonal Self-employed Total
Within the 1,079 1,247 1,477 1,550 5,353
municipality
Outside of the 980 1,379 163 263 2,785
municipality but
within the Province
of Iloilo
Outside of the 378 297 34 105 814
Province of Iloilo
Outside of the 111 797 39 28 975
country
TOTAL 2,548 3,720 1,713 1,946 9,927

Table 14. Employment by Industry and Sex, Year 2009

Industry No. of Employed


Male Female Total
A – Agriculture, Hunting and Forestry 1,316 538 1,854
B – Fishing 238 101 339
C – Mining and Quarrying 7 6 13
D – Manufacturing 136 84 220
E – Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 136 30 166
F – Construction 1,802 115 1,917
G – Wholesale & Retail Trade; repair of motor 563 590 1,153
vehicles/ motorcycles; personal & household
goods
H – Hotels and Restaurants 83 276 359
I – Transport, Storage and Communication 699 36 735
J – Financial Intermediation 37 54 91
K – Real Estate, Renting and Business 94 176 270
Activities
L – Public Administration and Defense; 252 132 384
Compulsory Social Security
M – Education 152 286 438
N – Health and Social Work 96 310 406
O – Other Community, Social and Personal 404 390 794
Service Activities
P – Private Household with Employed Persons 106 454 560
Q – Extra-territorial Organizations and Bodies 160 68 228
TOTAL 6,281 3,646 9,927
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Table 15. Occupation by Sex, Year 2009

Occupation Male Female Total


1 – Officials of Government and Special- 318 327 645
Interest Organizations, Corporate Executives,
Managers, Managing Proprietors and
Supervisors (supervisory)
2 – Professionals (any bachelor’s degree 713 706 1,419
graduate employed in the same field of study)
3 – Technicians and Associate Professionals 213 81 294
(technical/vocational)
4 – Clerks 127 274 401
5 – Service Workers and Shop and Market 514 790 1,304
Sales Workers
6 – Farmers, Forestry Workers and Fishermen 929 137 1,066
7 – Trades and Related Workers (trade skills) 252 148 400
8 – Plant and machine Operators and 119 2 121
Assemblers
9 – Laborers and Unskilled Workers 2,770 909 3,679
10 – Special Occupation 326 272 598
TOTAL 6,281 3,646 9,927

Table 16. Annual Household Income, Year 2009

Annual Income No. of Households


Under 10,000 852
10,000 – 19,999 765
20,000 – 29,999 610
30,000 – 39,999 646
40,000 – 49,999 480
50,000 – 59,999 375
60,000 – 79,999 491
80,000 – 99,999 345
100,000 – 149,999 485
150,000 – 249,999 429
250,000 – 499,999 244
500,000 & Over 148
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Table 17. Household Population 5 Years Old and Over by Highest Educational
Attainment, Year 2009

Highest Educational Male Female Both Sexes


Attainment No. % No. % No. %
No grade completed 126 0.98 85 0.67 211 0.82
Preschool/Kinder/Nursery 637 4.95 567 4.45 1,204 4.70
Elementary
Primary (Grades 1-4) 1,642 12.77 1,522 11.94 3,164 12.36
Intermediate (Grades 5 to 6) 1,948 15.15 1,822 14.29 3,770 14.72
High School
Undergraduate 2,160 16.80 1,933 15.17 4,093 15.99
Graduate 2,274 17.68 2,235 17.53 4,509 17.61
Post secondary
Undergraduate 411 3.20 414 3.25 825 3.22
Graduate 735 5.72 717 5.63 1,452 5.67
College
Undergraduate 1,134 8.82 1,290 10.12 2,424 9.47
Graduate 1,734 13.48 2,083 16.34 3,817 14.91
Post graduate 58 0.45 78 0.61 136 0.53

Table 18. Projected Population and Households

Year Population Household


2010 29,222 6,045
2011 30,092 6,225
2012 30,989 6,411
2013 31,913 6,602
2014 32,864 6,798
2015 33,843 7,001
2016 34,851 7,210
2017 35,890 7,424
2018 36,960 7,646
2019 38,061 7,873
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Table 19 Population Projection by Barangay, Year 2010-2019

Actual Population Projected Population


Barangay 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
A. Urban
Buntatala 1,346 1,357 1,355 1,395 1,437 1,480 1,524 1,569 1,616 1,664 1,714 1,765 1,817
Cagamutan Sur 1,806 1,801 1,689 1,739 1,791 1,845 1,900 1,956 2,014 2,074 2,136 2,200 2,265
Cari Minor 804 735 767 790 813 838 863 888 915 942 970 999 1,029
Guihaman 1,866 2,036 1,960 2,018 2,079 2,140 2,204 2,270 2,338 2,407 2,479 2,553 2,629
Guinobatan 2,060 1,955 2,047 2,108 2,171 2,236 2,302 2,371 2,441 2,514 2,589 2,666 2,746
Poblacion 2,767 2,443 2,623 2,701 2,782 2,865 2,950 3,038 3,128 3,222 3,318 3,416 3,518
Sub-total 10,649 10,327 10,441 10,752 11,073 11,403 11,742 12,092 12,453 12,824 13,206 13,599 14,005
B. Rural
Bigke 608 599 657 677 697 718 739 761 784 807 831 856 881
Cagamutan Norte 2,286 2,120 2,225 2,291 2,360 2,430 2,502 2,577 2,654 2,733 2,814 2,898 2,984
Calaboa 1,261 1,340 1,495 1,540 1,585 1,633 1,681 1,731 1,783 1,836 1,891 1,947 2,005
Camangay 436 560 590 608 626 644 664 683 704 725 746 768 791
Cari Mayor 1,274 1,463 1,434 1,477 1,521 1,566 1,613 1,661 1,710 1,761 1,814 1,868 1,923
Gua-an 1,086 1,186 1,156 1,190 1,226 1,262 1,300 1,339 1,379 1,420 1,462 1,506 1,551
Guintas 1,134 1,196 1,335 1,375 1,416 1,458 1,501 1,546 1,592 1,640 1,689 1,739 1,791
Lapayon 2,242 2,197 2,152 2,216 2,282 2,350 2,420 2,492 2,567 2,643 2,722 2,803 2,886
M.V. Hechanova 600 607 622 641 660 679 700 720 742 764 787 810 834
Nabitasan 2,651 2,739 2,963 3,051 3,142 3,236 3,332 3,432 3,534 3,639 3,748 3,859 3,974
Napnud 1,780 1,921 1,909 1,966 2,024 2,085 2,147 2,211 2,277 2,345 2,415 2,486 2,561
San Vicente 1,350 1,300 1,397 1,439 1,482 1,526 1,571 1,618 1,666 1,716 1,767 1,820 1,874
Sub-total 16,708 17,228 17,935 18,469 19,020 19,587 20,170 20,771 21,390 22,028 22,684 23,360 24,056
TOTAL 27,357 27,555 28,376 29,222 30,092 30,989 31,913 32,864 33,843 34,851 35,890 36,960 38,061
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2.3 Local Economy

Table 20. Existing Major Agricultural Crops by Area, Production and Market, Year
2009

Major Crops No. of Area Production Product


Barangays Market
Hectares % Volume Value (Php) Local Export
Total (mt)
Rice
Irrigated 17 1,694.98 82.07 14,529.26 217,944,900.00 x
Non-irrigated 1 34.80 1.69 229.95 3,449,250.00 x
Mongo 13 273.50 13.24 15.64 625,440.00 x
Watermelon 5 47.00 2.28 285.00 370,500.00 x
Vegetables 18 15.00 0.73 126.76 380,260.00 x
TOTAL 2,065.28

Table 21. Comparative Agricultural Crop Areas and Production, 2008-2009

Major Crops Area (has.) Volume of Production (mt)


2008 2009 Increase/ 2008 2009 Increase/
Decrease Decrease
Rice 1,274.78 1,729.78 455.00 14,896.05 14,759.21 (136.84)
Mongo 119.76 273.50 153.74 7.73 15.64 7.90
Watermelon 27.00 47.00 20.00 226.80 285.00 58.20
Vegetables 4.10 15.00 10.90 62.76 126.76 64.00

Table 22. Existing Livestock and Poultry Farms, Year 2009

Type Barangay Area Classification Production Product


(has.) Volume Value (Php) Market
(No. of
heads)
Livestock
Piggery All barangays Backyard 8,000 24,000,000.00 Local
Cattle All barangays Backyard 500 3,750,000.00 Local
Carabao All barangays Backyard 50 375,000.00 Local
Goat All barangays Backyard 850 850,000.00 Local
Poultry
Layer Gua-an 0.50 Large scale 800,500 4,000,000.00 Local
Cagamutan Sur 0.50 Large scale 945,000 4,725,000.00 Local
Napnud 0.30 Large scale 63,000 315,000.00 Local
Broiler Gua-an 1.50 Large scale 35,000 5,250,000.00 Local
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Table 23. Existing Fishing Grounds and Aquaculture Production, Year 2009

Fishing Grounds Barangay Production Product Market


Volume Value (Php) Local Export
(mt)
Marine
Sea Bigke, 3.00 240,000.00 x
Camangay,
Nabitasan
Inland
Fishpond Cari Minor 2.00 200,000.00 x
Cari Mayor 20.00 2,000,000.00 x
Napnud 25.00 2,500,000.00 x
Nabitasan 700.00 7,000,000.00 x
Gua-an 15.00 1,500,000.00 x
Bigke 1.00 100,000.00 x
M.V. 10.00 1,000,000.00 x
Hechanova

Table 24. Existing Agricultural Support Facilities and Services, Year 2009

Postharvest Facilities Location Number Type/ % Condition


and Support Services Capacity Utilization
Milling Cagamutan Sur 1 40 sacks/hr 100 Operational
Multi-purpose drying Cari Minor 1 100 sacks 100 Operational
pavement Napnud 1 - - Not operational
Guihaman 1 100 sacks 100 Operational
Calaboa 1 80 sacks 100 Operational
Milling and warehouse Buntatala 3 45 sacks/hr 100 Operational
Guinobatan 1 30 sacks/hr 100 Operational
San Vicente 3 31 sacks/hr 100 Operational
Poblacion 1 1000 sacks 100 Operational
Flat bed dryers Lapayon 1 120 sacks 100 Operational
Calaboa 1 121 sacks 100 Operational
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Chapter III
VISION AND VISION ELEMENTS

This chapter presents the most important outputs in a series of workshops


conducted in collaboration with the Department of Interior and Local Government Iloilo
Provincial Office. The outputs are in three parts: 1) the updated vision statement of the
municipality; 2) the success indicators for each descriptor of the vision statement; and 3)
the vision-reality gap analysis.

3.1 Vision Statement

The vision of the Municipality of Leganes will serve as a guide to which all plans,
programs, and projects of the municipality from the year 2010 to 2013 will be anchored.
It sets the desired role the municipality can play in the development of its wider region of
which it is an integral part, and the desired state of the municipality as a human habitat.

Thus we envision:

Leganes as the indispensable partner in the rapid


economic development of Metro Iloilo with god-loving,
vigilant and empowered citizenry living in an
ecologically-balanced environment, enjoying a
competitive and sustainable economy, having adequate
support facilities, under the stewardship of transparent,
proactive and dynamic leaders.

3.2 Vision Elements, Descriptors and Success Indicators

The vision statement portrays the end-state scenario of the five development
sectors of the municipality namely, the quality of the local population, the state of the
local economy, the condition of the natural environment, the features of the built
environment, and the capability of the local leaders.

3.2.1 Qualities of the People

a. The people of Leganes are god-loving. This is achieved when there is a


considerable decrease in the crime rate and decrease in domestic problems and
dysfunctions.
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b. Leganesnons are vigilant if there is an increased participation of households, non-


government organization, people’s organization and private sector in community
affairs.

c. The residents of Leganes are empowered when there is an increase in the school
participation rate and decrease in the drop-out rate, improved quality of primary
healthcare and nutritional status of preschool and school children, and reduced
disaster risk.

3.2.2 State of the Local Economy

Leganes is envisioned to be an indispensable partner in the rapid economic


development of the Metro Iloilo area, as it will serve an agro-industrial center of the
region. It will also cater to the spillover development of the City.

a. For Leganes to be competitive, it should increase industrial zone occupancy,


increase the number of investors who avails of the tax incentive of the
municipality, complete its tourism support facilities, develop its ecotourism areas,
promote the registration of skilled workers and professionals in the municipality,
and implement PhilJobNet.

b. The sustainability of the local economy is attained when there is an increase in


local revenue, improved irrigation system, reduced unemployment rate, increase
in per capita income, increase occupancy in the Leganes Commercial Complex,
increase in local and foreign tourist arrivals in the municipality, continuous annual
festivals and events, and conduct promotional activities and distribution of
marketing materials

3.2.3 Condition of the Natural Environment

In recent years the municipality has experienced the degradation of its


environment due to climate change, overexploitation, and pollution as a byproduct of
development. The residents of the municipality desire to live in an ecologically-balanced
environment, and to ensure the fulfillment of this goal, strict compliance to the existing
land use policy should be enforced, require all industrial establishments to have pollution
control facilities, establish a greenbelt in the coastal area, increase the number of
households that observe proper waste management, establish a sanitary landfill, convert
the waste producing industries along riverbanks and beaches into “green” industries,
preserve the sea grass area in the waters of Barangays Gua-an and Nabitasan, increase
participation of coastal dwellers in coastal management, eliminate illegal fishing
practices, and improve parks and open spaces to serve as a third place where the built and
natural environment converge and that will serve as the center of community life in
Leganes.
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3.2.4 Feature of the Built Environment

Infrastructure support facilities should be adequate to viably develop the social,


economic, environment, governance and administrative aspects of the municipality. This
goal can be realized through the provision of efficient flood control system, farm-to-
market roads, streetlights, and communication facilities, sufficient and affordable potable
water supply, upgrading of the irrigation system, transport and recreation facilities, and
improvement of the road network.

3.2.5 Capability of the Local Leadership

a. Leganesnons expect their leaders to be transparent. This would mean posting


government transactions and activities in three (3) conspicuous places in the
municipality to ensure proper dissemination, and through the revival and
publication of a quarterly municipal newsletter.

b. The people of Leganes requires a proactive local government that will establish a
stockpile response needs and automated data banking network, and update all
municipal plans and ordinances whenever applicable.

c. Being dynamic would entail the consistent prompt delivery of services to clients,
improved efficiency in business transactions, institutionalize feedback
mechanism, ensure continuity of government transactions, and comply with
statutory obligations as required by pertinent laws and issuances.
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Chapter IV
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

4.1 Sector Potentials

1. Functional volunteer groups

Every barangay in the municipality has an organized barangay nutrition scholars


(BNS), barangay health workers (BHW), daycare workers (DCW) and barangay tanods
who monitors and administers first degree intervention for nutrition, health and
sanitation, early childhood development, and maintenance of peace and order
respectively. Programs, projects and services from the national, provincial or municipal
level are channeled through these volunteer groups that implement such in their areas of
coverage. They ensure the timely delivery of interventions to residents of their respective
barangays.

2. Accessibility of all barangays

Accessibility to far flung areas of the municipality has never been an issue.
National, provincial, municipal, barangay and NIA access roads give mobility to people,
products and services which means access to basic services such as health and welfare is
only a few minutes away wherever in the municipality.

3. Sentrong Sigla with 24-hrs service

The main rural health unit (RHU) of the municipality is an accredited Sentrong
Sigla with available laboratory, maternal, child care, and referral services. The staff of the
RHU composed of one (1) doctor, two (2) nurses, one (1) medical technologist, and four
(4) midwives, who are on call twenty four hours a day to attend to the needs of the public.

4. Rich religious and cultural heritage

The San Vicente Ferrer Parish Church is a pilgrim destination in Western


Visayas. Devotees believe that their prayers will be answered through the intercession of
the patron saint.

The church is famous for the palapak wherein the statue of San Vicente Ferrer is
treaded on one’s head and believed to heal all sorts of ailments. The palapak is usually
coupled by a saad – a spiritual vow of sacrifice in exchange for the favors being asked. In
April 4, 2008, Archbishop Angel N. Lagdameo, Archbishop of Jaro, declared and
proclaimed the Church of Saint Vincent Ferrer as a diocesan shrine.
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5. High performer in sports especially in swimming, dance sport and ball games

Students from the public schools of Leganes have been consistently ranked above
other municipalities and cities in sports like swimming, dance sport and ball games in the
Congressional District Sports Association (CDSA), provincial and regional meet every
year.

6. Trainings, scholarships and project funding are extended by the provincial


and national governments, as well as non-government organizations, people’s
organizations and by the private sector

Opportunities for external resources abound whether in the provincial and


national levels. The local government units have to tap these resources to increase its
capability in delivering basic services and support infrastructures to the locality.
Programs and projects that cannot be funded by the municipality can be elevated to the
higher government unit or private institutions possible inclusion in the short list of
programs and projects to be funded.

4.2 Sector Constraints

1. No definite support mechanism for cultural development

The Saad Festival of the municipality was started in 2005 but until now the
appropriation for such activity is still discretionary rather than mandatory. The festival
has yet to be deemed sustainable in the face of an ever changing socio-economic
landscape of the region. Furthermore, the preservation and conservation efforts for
tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the municipality have taken the backseat to
activities that have high economic returns.

2. Inadequate sports facilities and training

Every barangay in the municipality have a basketball court but other areas of
athletic endeavors are neglected. Sports like track and field, and swimming, in which
students from local schools excel, are not provided with adequate facilities and financial
support to further hone their skill.

3. Insufficient support system for best practices and poor documentation


practices

Programs and projects implemented in the local level lack the financial stability
that will ensure sustainability in the long-run. Funding for social development programs
are dependent on the ability of the LGU to finance such undertaking. Programs that have
proved their effectiveness and efficacy can be abruptly suspended for the lack of funds.
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The issue is further aggravated by poor documentation efforts in the part of the
implementers that can be used to lobby for local appropriation or external funding.

4.3 Priority Issues and Concerns

1. Need for an automated inventory of all households integrating the National


Household Targeting System (NHTS)
2. Need for improved building and facilities to better manage cases like CICLs,
PMC counselees, victims of domestic violence, and strandees
3. Need to approve/codify social welfare legislations: Local Code for Children and
adoption of national laws concerning social welfare sectors (Senior Citizens,
CICLs, PWD, Women, Informal Settlers and Youth)
4. Paraprofessional position for professional social work functions – need for SWO
2 and SWO 1
5. Inadequate support for volunteer resource (honorarium, supplies and training)
6. Lack of implementing guidelines for qualifying beneficiaries for socialized
housing
7. Presence of informal settlers in the identified socialized housing lot in Cari Mayor
8. The identified socialized housing site in Cari Mayor is a flood prone area
9. Inadequate education and participation of residents on planning, implementing,
monitoring and evaluation along peace, security and disaster management. There
is a need to create and train P, S and DRRM responders as well as monitoring and
evaluation teams in every barangay
10. Irregular monitoring of PPAs on peace, security and disaster management
11. No comprehensive and Integrated Area Community Public Safety Plan on peace,
security and disaster management which integrate the findings from the
monitoring and evaluation activities
12. Irregular meeting of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management
Coordinating Councils with inadequate documentations and no Operations
Manual, incorporating therein a communications strategy, and monitoring and
evaluation.
13. No financial allocation for the Katarungang Pambarangay.
14. Need to review and codify ordinances relative to traffic management and
formulate and implement a traffic management action agenda
15. Need to enhance local government readiness to manage the risks of disasters,
including relief, other associated services and rehabilitation by providing
appropriate equipage and an operational community-based disaster early warning
system including the adequacy thereof (including tie-up with municipality of
Dumangas in terms of weather forecasting)
16. No fire hydrant
17. No donated lot, at least 300 sq. m., for the fire department as local counterpart for
the establishment of a fire department (in order to utilize the national funding for
the fire protection building)
18. Inadequate facilities (transportation, communication) for peace keeping and
intelligence purposes
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19. Need to organize/reorganize and strengthen disaster responders


20. Need to set up MOAs with different stakeholders in DRRM: NFA, water
suppliers, gasoline stations, and commercial stores
21. No inventory of standard evacuation centers
22. Need for an Automated Crime Occurrence System
23. Need for updated Hazard Map
24. No enhanced municipal nutrition and non-functional barangay nutrition
committee.
25. Lack of support from NGO’s , PO’s and private sector to malnourished children
26. Lack of knowledge, awareness and participation of the general public on nutrition
and health programs and services
27. Inadequate logistic support to health an nutrition programs
28. Non functional LHB
29. No monitoring system for the implementation of health and nutrition program
30. Non submission of the annual health plan to the LCE
31. Poor linkage with other LGU in the implementation of the health and nutrition
32. Lack of citizen participation in the formulation, implementation and monitoring
of health and nutrition programs.
33. Lack of innovative health and nutrition programs
34. No feedback mechanism from clients installed
35. No regular review and evaluation of frontline health and nutrition workers and
identify areas of improvement
36. No representation of Secondary School Principal in the Local School Board
37. No Support Staff from the LGU to do some paper works / dirty jobs
38. Lack of resources in the following areas
a) Physical development
-classrooms
-comfort rooms
-potable water system
-school stage in some schools
-chairs and tables
-blackboards
b) Student development
-scholarship programs
-sports facilities and equipment
c) Curricular development
- Support Instructional Materials
- Textbooks, reference materials, workbooks
39. Lack of security on schools and facilities
40. Insufficient funds for sports such as swimming etc.
41. Lack of sustainable sports program
42. No municipal sports field
43. Less participation of the LGU in sports programs of the school
44. Limited budget for sports development
45. Increasing incidence of cutting classes and drop-outs due to the existence of stores
and computer stations near the school vicinity
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46. The increasing incidence of violence and vices in school campuses brought about
by illegal organization introduced by outsiders such as gangs and etc.

4.4 Social Development Objectives

The municipality will be able to:

a. Decrease crime rate


b. Decrease domestic problems and dysfunctions
c. Increase participation of households, non-government organization, people’s
organization and private sector in community affairs
d. Increase school participation rate
e. Decrease drop-out rate
f. Improve quality of primary healthcare
g. Improve the nutritional status of preschool and school children
h. Reduce disaster risk
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4.5 Social Development Programs and Projects

Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013
Improve quality Capability development - x x x 2011-2013 MHO
of primary of service providers such
health care and as BHW,BNS and
services midwives on health and
nutrition planning,
implementation,
monitoring and evauation
Increase NHIP coverage 960,000.00 960,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MHO
Additional midwives (job 720,000.00 720,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MHO
hires) in barangays far
from the barangay health
station (5 job hires x P
200.00 per day x 240
working days)
Fully equipped barangay 200,000.00 200,000.00 x 2011 MHO
health station
(e.g.,medical supplies,
delivery table,
bassinnette, delivery set,
medicines and supplies)
Construction of 2 2,500,000.00 500,000.00 x 2011 MHO, MEO Resolution
barangay health stations 2,000,000.00 requesting
(Barangay Nabitasan and funds
Napnud)
Establishment of an 3,000,000.00 x 2011 MHO, MEO Resolution
emergency assistance 3,000,000.00 requesting
center in the coastal area funds
Improvement of RHU 5,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MHO, MEO Resolution
3,000,000.00 requesting
funds
Activate local health - - 2010 Mayor's Office
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013
board
Strengthening of the x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
local health board
Nutrition Food supplementation
program Food production 45,000.00 45,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
Feeding program 195,000.00 195,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
Food and 60,000.00 60,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
micronutrient
supplementation
Organizational 230,000.00 230,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
development
Parent effectiveness 20,000.00 20,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
service
IEC materials 30,000.00 30,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
Supplies and equipment 80,000.00 80,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
Nutrition month 90,000.00 90,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MNC
celebration
Construction of kitchen 180,000.00 180,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MNC, MEO
Leganes Creation of Local - - 2011 Mayor's Office
Pabahay sa Housing Board
mahirap Designation of Local - - 2011 Mayor's Office
program Housing Officer
(LPMP) Inventory of all
households
Computers 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 MSWDO
Labor component
Encoder 12,600.00 12,600.00 x 2011 MSWDO
Enumerators 45,000.00 45,000.00 x 2011 MSWDO
IEC activities 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2012 MSWDO
Provision of basic 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 x 2011 MSWDO, Resolution
utilities (e.g., water, light, MEO, NGA requesting
community centers, funds
access roads)
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013
Housing Program (40 6,000,000.00 6,000,000.00 x 2013 MSWDO, Ordinance
units at P150,000.00 per MEO, NGA setting the
unit) guidelines for
the housing
program

Leganes Construction/Renovation 210,000.00 210,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MSWDO


integrated and furnishing of social
delivery of welfare facilities
social services Child minding
(LCIDSS) center
Reception center
for CICLs
Counseling room
Temporary shelter
of the stranded and
victims of domestic
violence
Youth development
center and
Municipal Library
Creation of SWO I and x x 2012-2013 Mayor's Office Ordinance
SWO II positions creating the
positions and
appropriating
funds thereof

Upgrading and 40,000.00 40,000.00 x 2011 MSWDO


accreditation of Early
Child Care Development
(ECCD) Center
Leganes Lot donation of at least x 2012 Mayor's Office Resolution
malinong kag 300 sq. m. authorizing the
matawhay ka lot donation
program
(LMMK) Trainings and seminars 150,000.00 150,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
Equipment 100,000.00 100,000.00 x 2011 PNP
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013
Mobile 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 x 2011 Mayor's Office Resolution
requesting
funds
Intelligence 150,000.00 150,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 PNP
Strengthening of the x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
MPOC
Incentives and awards x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
system for Katarungan
Pambarangay and
Barangay Tanod
Comprehensive 100,000.00 100,000.00 2011 MSWDO,
integrated PNP
campaign
against drug
abuse
(CICADA)
Leganes Training 300,000.00 300,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
Disaster Risk Equipment 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
Reduction
IEC 300,000.00 300,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
Management
Program
(LDRRMP)
Integrated iwas Lot donation of at least x 2012 Mayor's Office Resolution
sunog program 300 sq. m. authorizing the
(ISIP) lot donation
Communication 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 BFP
equipments
Installation of fire 20,000.00 20,000.00 2010 BFP
hydrant
Education Strengthening of LSB x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Office
Program Continuation and x x x 2011-2013 LSB
expansion of Iskolar sang
Leganes Program
Sports Rehabilitation of the gym 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 x Sports
development and its surrounding Coordinator
program sports facilities
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013
Beautiful Rehabilitation of Fiesta 1,400,000.00 1,400,000.00 x x MEO
Leganes Pavilion
Program Landscaping 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2010-2012 Beautiful
Leganes
Centralized terminal 300,000.00 300,000.00 x MEO
Jeepney/Bus bay 500,000.00 500,000.00 x x x MEO
Improvement of public 50,000.00 50,000.00 2010 MEO
toilets in the Municipal
Hall
Completion of Saad Park 3,156,000.00 3,156,000.00 x x x MEO
(Phase III)
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Chapter V
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN

5.1 Sector Potentials

1. Accessibility to land and air travel

Leganes is only about eleven kilometers from Iloilo City and few kilometers from
the Iloilo Airport of International Standards. It can be reached from Iloilo City through
the National Highway to the north or the Coastal Highway to the Municipality of
Dumangas. The Coastal Road serves as the shorter link of the town to the International
Port in Barrio Obrero, Lapuz, Iloilo City and to some of the municipalities in the north.
There are also barangay roads that connect the municipality to the adjacent towns like
Sta. Barbara and Pavia.

2. Rich agricultural land and availability of agricultural support facilities

The terrain of the municipality is characterized by level plains with a slope not
exceeding 3%. The soil of the municipality can be classified in two categories: the Sta.
Rita clay loam variety, which covers 75%, and the Umingan fine sandy loam type which
covers the rest of the 25%.

The plains are of prime agricultural lands that produce rice, which is the
municipality’s prime commodity. Of the total 2,065.28 hectares devoted for rice
production, 82.07% are irrigated. Surface water in Calaboa Creek, Carismo-an Creek and
Janipa-an River are utilized for such purpose. Post-harvest facilities are also available in
majority of the barangays (Table 24).

The areas along the coastline are swampy and a large portion of these swampy
areas had been converted into fishponds and salt-beds. The municipal government owns a
187 hectare fishpond that can be utilized to generate jobs in the coastal area.

3. Presence of local investment incentives code

The local investment incentives code was enacted to attract and encourage
investments activities that will provide livelihood and employment opportunities to the
residents of the municipality. This will serve as an instrument in the rapid economic
transformation that the municipality aims for.
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4. Tourism prospect

Tourism is an increasingly visible and important sector in our local economy. It


has substantial effects and vast linkages with other economic activities. It contributes to
government revenues; generate local employment and business opportunities.

Recent efforts of the municipality to reforest and conserve its mangrove areas
with the support of non-governmental organizations have been successful in abating
further degradation and preserve, if not restore biodiversity in the coastal areas. The
Jalaur river system also has a high potential for ecotourism with its diverse fauna and
thick nipa growths Jointly, the two areas will be the springboard on which the
municipality can realign itself to become an ecotourism site in the Metro-Iloilo area.

5.2 Sector Constraints

1. Inadequate potable water source

Water source for the municipality is confined to rainwater harvesting and


groundwater extraction that cannot sustainably supply commercial and industrial scale
requirement.

2. Inadequate water for irrigation

Water supply for agriculture has decreased in recent years with the onset of
climate change and the El Niño phenomenon. The local government has yet to identify
alternative water source for agricultural purposes considering that majority of farmers are
dependent on the irrigation system to provide water for their crops.

3. Underdeveloped roads

The transport system has the ability to reshape a town’s physical and economic
pattern. From fragmented urban and isolated rural economies, the municipality can be
developed into a unified, well-integrated economy where people and goods can move and
trade swiftly and efficiently, locally and internationally.

The municipal transport system relies heavily on the road network. While national
roads serve priority production areas and population centers, roads that lead to many
tourism destinations and rural areas are inadequate. Based on national data of
approximately 202,000 kilometers (km) of roads nationwide, 15 percent are classified as
national roads, 13 percent are provincial roads, while city/municipal roads constitute 11
percent of the total. The balance of 60 percent of the road network is classified as
barangay roads, which are mostly unpaved. Farm-to-market roads fall under this last
category. The maintenance of these barangay roads have been devolved to local
government units, but due to limited local resource, the quality of these roads have been
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declining. The yearly effort of the LGU of regraveling is only a palliative solution to this
issue.

Efforts to increase mobility of goods and services from the urban center to the
rural communities have to be more sustainable to achieve the economic development the
municipal government aims to achieve.

4. Proximity to the city

The City of Iloilo has been the strongest competitor of the municipality in
attracting local and foreign investors. The Iloilo City is the economic and administrative
center of the province. People from neighboring towns come to Iloilo City to seek
employment, invest and for leisure.

Local residents choose to spend their money in Iloilo City because of the diverse
and affordable choices that are available. Economic development is dependent on the
capacity of the local economy to generate revenues and attract local and foreign
investments.

5. Inadequate electric power supply

There is a large gap between the demand and supply of power in the Province of
Iloilo that has not only resulted to rotating blackouts but it has also driven up the price of
electricity. With increasing household and commercial power consumption, no
sustainable solution has been undertaken to address the issue of inadequacy.

6. Other municipalities have a competitive advantage over local producers

Local producers of agricultural products have no capacity for value adding


processes. Their technical capability is limited to raw material production which has a
lower value and less desirable for export. In terms of price, local producers can hardly
compete with other producers in the province due to high overhead cost of production.

7. Climate change

Being a coastal town, Leganes has not taken steps in adapting to the adverse
effects of climate change in safeguarding the lives and livelihood of its residents. Coastal
barangays will be the most vulnerable. Climate change has accelerated erosion and
resulted to flooding.

The erratic change in weather patterns has also affected various agricultural crops
inland. The decrease in the number of cropping seasons and water availability has
negative impacts on volume of production.
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8. Pest infestation

Leganes has an agriculture based economy that is susceptible to climatic


alterations and entomological intrusion. In recent years, the incidence of pest infestation
has been frequent. Farmers have to spend more on farm inputs to control pest and
maintain volume of production.

5.3 Priority Issues and Concerns

1. Long term Development Plan for Agriculture and Fisheries not formulated.
2. Non-filling up of MA position, Fishery officer not designated. Staffing pattern not
organized
3. Partial implementation of existing laws and ordinances regarding agriculture and
fisheries
4. There is no deputized officer to implement these laws. No facility for faster and
easier mobility (vehicle)
5. Lack of facilities to provide technical and other related information to farmers,
fisher folks and the general public. Information center is not safe for these
facilities.
6. Lack of financial assistance to farmers.
7. Inadequate irrigation/water supply.
8. Lack of post-harvest facilities (e.g., drying, storage facilities, etc.)
9. Lack of coordination with other local and national agencies (e.g., NIA ,NFA,
BFAR, DA, etc.) in the identification and planning projects for agriculture and
fisheries
10. Associations for livestock and rice farmers, fisher folks, women and youth not
accredited.
11. Unavailable marketing outlets for farm products
12. No available updated farmer database.
13. Has only an occasional One-Stop-Shop in the processing of permits
14. Has no Customer Assistance Desk that attends to inquiries or complaints of
business- clienteles
15. Limited provision of tax incentive
16. No assistance in product labeling especially for small and medium enterprises
17. Inadequate assistance in product packaging especially for small and medium
enterprises
18. Does not provide training of business-employed personnel or private sector
employees
19. The LGU has inadequate support to start-ups, SMEs or cooperatives
20. Absence of tourism code
21. Marketing and promotional arm on would be investors on tourism products and
destinations
22. Trainings and seminar on souvenir making, pasalubong for SMEs
23. Additional facilities for the tourist lounge (e.g., source of water, air-conditioning,
tv, etc.)
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24. Lack of understanding on the culture of tourism among the frontliners (e.g.,
transport facilities, food handlers/servers, etc.)
25. Lack of medium-term tourism master plan
26. Limited resources on tourism activities and programs
27. Lack of assessment on the status of the previous programs and activities on
tourism
28. Low level of awareness and appreciation on culture and arts among the residents
29. Lack of a cultural group to cater to OSY, elementary, high school and tertiary
students with skills and talents
30. Limited resources allocated to the advancement of culture and the arts

5.4 Economic Development Objectives

The municipality will be able to:

a. Increase industrial zone occupancy


b. Increase the number of investors who avails of the tax incentive of the
municipality
c. Complete its tourism support facilities
d. Develop its ecotourism areas
e. Promote the registration of skilled workers and professionals in the municipality
f. Implement PhilJobNet
g. Increase in local revenue
h. Improve the irrigation system
i. Reduce unemployment rate
j. Increase per capita income
k. Increase the local and foreign tourist arrivals in the municipality
l. Sustain the conduct of annual festivals and events, promotional activities and
distribution of marketing materials
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5.5 Economic Development Programs and Projects

Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
Improve the 450,000,000.00 150,000,000.00 300,000,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's Resolution
road network, Office, MEO, requesting
power, water, NGA funds
and
communication
system
Upgrading of 3,000,000.00 1,800,000.00 1,200,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MEO,
barangay roads Barangay
into all-
weather roads
Guintas 50,000.00 50,000.00 2010 MEO
footwalk
Advancement Formulation of 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 MTC Resolution
of culture, arts Medium-term adopting the
and tourism Tourism Master Plan plan
program
Conduct of festivals
Saad Festival 750,000.00 750,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTC
Biray Paraw 150,000.00 150,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTC
Festival
Fiesta Paskwa 600,000.00 600,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTC
and Foundation
Anniversary
(Parada sa
Kasisidmun)
Organize cultural 100,000.00 100,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MTC
groups (i.e., dance
troupe and bamboo
band)
Marketing and
promotion of
tourism and
investment
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
Brochure 240,000.00 240,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTC
Website 20,000.00 20,000.00 2010 Mayor's
development Office
Publishing of 240,000.00 240,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 Mayor's
newsletter Office
Participation in 150,000.00 150,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTC
fairs, exhibits,
and exposition
Capacitate tourism
frontliners and
stakeholders
Conduct of 20,000.00 20,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MTC, MAO
trainings and
seminars for
small and
medium
enterprise on
souvenir-
making and
pasalubong
preparations
Provision of 130,000.00 130,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MTC, MEO
additional
facilities for the
tourist lounge
(e.g., water
source, tv with
cable,
airconditioning,
newspapers and
magazines, etc.)

Production Crops
assistance Palay check 15,000.00 15,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MAO
demo
Seeds
Certified 150,000.00 150,000.00 2010-2013 MAO
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
seeds
Corn 40,000.00 40,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MAO
Vegetables 55,000.00 55,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MAO
Trainings 20,000.00 20,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MAO
Farmers Congress 20,000.00 20,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MAO
Livestock
Barangay 324,000.00 324,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MAO
Livestock Aide
Vaccines 100,000.00 100,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MAO
Completion of the 500,000.00 500,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MAO, MEO
farmer's information
and technology
system (FITS) Phase
II of III
Equipment 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2011 MAO
Formulation of - - 2011 MAO Resolution
long term adopting the
agriculture and plan
fisheries
development
plan/ program
Strengthen the - - 2011-2013 MAO
capability of
the Municipal
Agriculture
Office
Labor and Directory of skilled 40,000.00 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 x x 2012-2013 PESO
employment workers and
program professionals
through the National
Manpower Registry
System (NMRS) and
PhilJobNet system
(e.g., reproduction
of NMRS forms,
purchase of desktop
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Programs/ Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Projects Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
computer for online
registration, etc.)

Special program for 330,000.00 330,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 PESO


the employment of
students
One-stop shop - - 2010 MTO
and customer
assistance desk
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Chapter VI
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

6.1 Sector Potentials

1. Presence of a ten-year comprehensive solid waste management plan


2. Existing materials recovery facility
3. Available coastal resources
4. NGOs, GOs, NGAs are actively participating in environmental management
activities
5. Availability of manpower
6. Involvement of local officials and residents
7. Existing 10 hectares mangrove protected area
8. Implementation of environment related programs
9. Presence of law enforcer
10. Easy access in terms of technical assistance from NGAs, NGOs, GOs on SWM/
environmental programs and projects
11. Membership to MIGEDC
12. People’s awareness and participation
13. Commitment of local officials

6.2 Sector Constraints

1. Absence of sanitary landfill


2. Laxity in the implementation of solid waste management ordinance
3. Insufficient budget
4. Materials recovery facility not fully utilized
5. Absence of Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO)
6. Defective SWM equipments and facilities
7. Absence of coastal resource management plan
8. Defective drainage system
9. Low-lying area prone to flooding
10. The municipal waters are utilized as discharge area of agro-industrial waste from
the Jalaur and Salog Rivers that results to sea bottom siltation and fish kills
11. Unfavorable government legislation (sanitary landfill requirement of RA 9003 but
no suitable site identified within the municipality that is not prone to ground water
contamination)
12. Degradation of coastal resources (habitat destruction that results to decreased fish
catch)
13. Climate change
14. Water/ air pollution
15. Ground water depletion
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16. Informal settlers


17. Industrial waste brought about by development
18. Soil erosion in Bigke, Camangay and M.V. Hechanova
19. Soil depletion due to use of agrichemicals in farms
20. Flooding
21. Salt water intrusion

6.3 Priority Issues and Concerns

1. Non-implementation of existing ordinances regarding environment management


2. Unavailable Development Plan for Environment Management
3. Absence of CRM plan
4. Lack of Information and Education Campaign (IEC), and materials
5. Absence of ordinance on coastal resource protection. SB resolutions needed to
adopt existing National laws for the protection of the environment
6. Lack of competent personnel to work full time on the implementation of the
Environment Management Plan
7. Denuded mangrove areas
8. Inactive Solid Waste Management Board
9. No available area for Sanitary landfill
10. Resistance on the part of the public. Lack of information and education
campaigns on SWM
11. Inefficient facilities for waste recycling and processing
12. Need for trainings on processing and waste recycling
13. No full time designated official to implement Solid Waste Management
14. Non-implementation of the 10-yr SWMP
15. Lack of facilities on public plaza/parks (e.g., benches and other beautification
activities including landscaping)
16. Lack of maintenance support for the eco-park (e.g., lightings, benches,
landscaping, etc.)
17. Limited financial resources
18. Worn out pavement around the plaza and in front of the municipal gym

6.4 Environmental Management Objectives

The municipality will be able to:

a. Strictly enforce the existing land use policy


b. Require all industrial establishments to have pollution control facilities
c. Establish a greenbelt in the coastal area
d. Increase the number of households that observe proper waste management
e. Establish a sanitary landfill
f. Convert the waste producing industries along riverbanks and beaches into “green”
industries
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g. Preserve the sea grass area in the waters of Barangays Gua-an and Nabitasan
h. Increase participation of coastal dwellers in coastal management
i. Eliminate illegal fishing practices
j. Improve parks and open spaces
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6.5 Environmental Management Programs and Projects

Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013

Environmental Creation of x 2012 Mayor's Ordinance


management Municipal Office creating the
program Environment and MENRO and
Natural Resources appropriating
Office (MENRO) funds thereof
Solid waste
management
program
IEC 10,000.00 10,000.00 x 2012 MAO
Hito culture 10,000.00 10,000.00 x 2011 MAO
Purchase of 40,000.00 40,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MAO
garbage cans
and/or bags
Acquisition of 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MAO
sanitary landfill
Optimize MRF x x x 2011-2013 MAO
operation
Mangrove 150,000.00 100,000.00 50,000.00 x x 2012-2013 Ordinance
reforestation protecting the
(Leganes Eco- identified area
forest)
Establish and - - x x 2011-2012 Ordinance
develop the 10 has protecting the
abandoned identified area
municipal owned and resolution
fishpond into a requesting
mangrove reserve/ funds
protected area/ eco-
tourism site
Comprehensive 315,000.00 215,000.00 100,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MAO Resolution
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Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Implementation Requirements
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013

coastal resource adopting the


management plan
Reorganization x 2011 Mayor's
of Bantay Office
Dagat
Trainings 10,000.00 10,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MAO
Rubber boat 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 x 2012 MAO
Flood control Rehabilitate the 16,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 x 2011 MEO Resolution
Buntatala River to requesting
control flooding funding
Construction of cut- 65,000,000.00 65,000,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MEO Resolution
off channels requesting
funding
Construction/ 1,200,000.00 1,200,000.00 x x 2012-2013 MEO
completion of
closed drainage
system (Phase III)
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Chapter VII
ADMINISTRATIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

7.1 Sector Potentials

1. Improved efficiency in rendering service to clients due to workplace improvement


2. Implementation of Citizen’s Charter
3. Fishpond owned by the municipality
4. Presence of slaughterhouse in the municipality
5. Membership in the MIGEDC
6. Existing LCC

7.2 Sector Constraints

1. Lack of training of personnel relative to their jobs


2. Low percentage of collection versus collectibles in the LCC and fishpond
3. Lack of expert personnel to handle the maintenance of IT equipments
4. Hiring of incompetent personnel
5. Understaffing in some offices
6. No strong legal actions against delinquent lessees of the Punong Banwa (RPT and
rental due)
7. There is a big gap between the department head and the next in rank
8. Low employee morale that can hamper government transactions
9. There is a need for improvement/ enhancement of existing softwares in the
Municipal Treasurer’s Office and the Municipal Assessor’s Office
10. The municipality has exceeded the 55% PS ceiling prescribed by the LGC
11. No network between offices
12. Absence of an updated revenue code
13. Inaction of the DAR with regards to CLT covered properties for auction sale
14. Legal demands of the DA to the loan of the slaughterhouse
15. Non-payment of some taxes due to natural calamities
16. Awards and merit system is not in place

7.3 Priority Issues and Concerns

1. Absence of Human Resource Development Committee/ Personnel Development


Committee to formulate plans and programs for human resource management and
development to optimize the performance level of personnel in the LGU;
2. Less involvement of personnel in the implementation of support programs and
plans related to personnel career growth and development;
3. Unproductive employees;
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4. Lack of motivation on the part of personnel;


5. Low employee morale;
6. Non-implementation of program on awards and incentives for service excellence
(PRAISE) for recognition and giving of awards for deserving employees; and,
7. Non-implementation of CiCha
8. Local Revenue/Tax Code is not updated
9. lack of Revenue Monitoring and Evaluation System including posting of financial
statements
10. lack of opportunity for staff development
11. Failure to conduct tax mapping activities including building constructions
12. lack of political will to enforce tax collection particularly on cellsites and Ileco
posts and lines
13. unwarranted conversion of lands from agricultural to other uses
14. lack of political will to enforce tax ordinance governing LCC and other Economic
Enterprise of the LGU
15. lack of mobility for tax mapping and other revenue generating activities
16. absence of networking IT facilities

7.4 Administrative Development Objectives

The municipality will be able to:

a. Post government transactions and activities in three (3) conspicuous places in the
municipality
b. Revive and publish a quarterly municipal newsletter
c. Consistently deliver prompt services to clients
d. Improve efficiency in business transactions
e. Institutionalize a feedback mechanism
f. Ensure continuity of government transactions
g. Comply with statutory obligations as required by pertinent laws and issuances
h. Increase occupancy in the Leganes Commercial Complex
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7.5 Administrative Development Programs and Projects

Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
LCC completion 5,000,000.00 5,000,000.00 x 2011 MEO
Improvement of 100,000.00 100,000.00 x 2010-2011 MEO
Municipal
Cemetery
Tax enhancement IEC and Tax 60,000.00 60,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTO
program campaign
Raffle 80,000.00 80,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 MTO
Enhancement of 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2011 MTO
Wintax
Installation of Purchase of 360,000.00 360,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 SB
modernized computers for the
communication and SB
recording systems
(e.g., computerized
tracking system of PABX 190,000.00 190,000.00 2010 Mayor's
ordinances and Office
resources, etc.)
Integrated budget, Software 220,000.00 220,000.00 x 2011 MTO, MBO,
revenue and installation and Assessor,
expenditure purchase of Accounting,
monitoring system equipment Mayor's
(IBREAMS) Office
Workplace Construction and
improvement and renovation of the
renovations following offices:
MEO 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2012 MEO
MEO 300,000.00 300,000.00 x 2012 MEO
warehouse
MBO 75,000.00 75,000.00 x 2010 MEO
MTO 20,000.00 20,000.00 x 2010 MEO
Mayor's
Office
Semi- 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 Mayor's
professiona Office
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Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
l camera
Mini 270,000.00 270,000.00 x 2012 MEO
conference
room
Municipal 20,000.00 20,000.00 x 2010 MEO
Administrator
's Office
MPDO 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2012 MEO
MAO (old 100,000.00 100,000.00 x 2012 MEO
building)
conversion to
warehouse
Furniture 40,000.00 40,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MAO
and
fixtures
HRMO 50,000.00 50,000.00 x 2012 MEO
Accounting 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 MEO
Secretary to 130,000.00 130,000.00 x 2011 MEO
the SB
SB Session 130,000.00 130,000.00 x 2012 MEO
Hall
Vice Mayor's 75,000.00 75,000.00 2010 MEO
Office
Assessor 30,000.00 30,000.00 x 2011 MEO
MCR 32,000.00 32,000.00 x 2011 MCR
Program on awards 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 HRMO Ordinance
and incentive on institutionalizing
service excellence the reward
(PRAISE) system

Personnel career 1,250,000.00 1,250,000.00 x x x 2011-2013 HRMO


development and
enhancement
program
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Chapter VIII
GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

8.1 Sector Potentials

1. Qualified elected officials and department heads of LGU


2. Proximity to the City and Provincial Government
3. Availability of trainings and seminars conducted in the provincial, regional and
national level
4. Replication of good practices of other LGUs

8.2 Sector Constraints

1. Poor participation of NGOs, Pos and other sectoral groups


2. Poor orientation of various committee chairmanship as to current and latest
circulars and guidelines as basis of legislative action
3. Non-updating of local tax code and related revenue measures
4. Party affiliation and political ambition of some elective officials
5. Limited funds causing delay in the implementation of plans, program, projects
and activities of the LGU
6. Stiff competition between LGUs for funding and other resources from provincial,
national, and private sources

8.3 Priority Issues and Concerns

1. LGU was not able to set up a feedback mechanism to generate citizens’ views on
the reach and quality of your LGU’s services
2. LGU have partially able to communicate to the public updated information about
your LGU’s services, plans, programs and special events through: assemblies or
other forums, bulletin board or performance billboard, newsletter, flyer or
brochure, website, and broadcast media
3. NGO, PO, private sector membership in MDC fell short of the requirement of the
LGC
4. Every meeting is partially documented
5. The MPDO do not have an updated database for economic development data, e.g.
data on poverty, labor and employment, etc., and on environmental data, e.g. data
on forest, agricultural, coastal marine, freshwater, biodiversity and urban
ecosystems, etc. including spatial data.
6. Monitoring and Evaluation is not an integral component of the Comprehensive
Development Plan (CDP) and the Annual Investment Program (AIP)
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7. The MDC and the Sangguniang Bayan have agreed on an IRR of the local
investment incentives to promote the inflow and directions of private investment
capital
8. Information on LGU plans and programs are partially made available to the public
9. Citizens do not have a venue to ventilate their concerns and sentiments on
community issues.
10. No posting of minutes of meetings and decisions, etc.
11. No identification of issues inadequately addressed in existing laws, regulations
and ordinances
12. Lacks modernized communication and recording systems including computerized
tracking system of ordinances/resolutions
13. SB Session Hall and Office does not conform with the standard set up for a
legislative office
14. No enacted codes on:
a. Health and sanitation
b. Children
c. Gender and development
d. Market
e. Traffic
f. Environment
15. No updates of existing codes:
a. Revenue
b. General ordinances
c. Investment-incentives
16. CLUP due for updating (in coordination with concerned offices)

8.4 Governance Development Objectives

The municipality will be able to:

a. Establish a stockpile response needs


b. Establish an automated data banking network
c. Update all municipal plans and ordinances whenever applicable
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8.5 Governance Development Programs and Projects

Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
Updating of 150,000.00 150,000.00 x 2011 SB Ordinance
existing revenue updating the
code, investment revenue code,
incentives code, investment
and code of general incentives
ordinances code, and code
of general
ordinances
Codification 250,000.00 250,000.00 x x 2011-2013 SB Ordinance
approving the
market code,
children's
code, gender
and
development
code,
environment
code, health
and sanitation
code
Transparency Posting of - - 2011-2013 SB,
program ordinances, Accounting,
resolutions MTO, MBO,
and minutes, Mayor's
financial Office
statements
Establishment 60,000.00 60,000.00 x 2011 MEO
of bulletin
boards
Creation of - - 2011 SB
oversight
committee
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Programs/Projects Activities Total Cost Funding Source (in Php) Funding Schedule Period of Implementer Legislative
Municipal Provincial National Others 2011 2012 2013 Implementation Requirements
Conformation of - - 2010 MEO
SB Session Hall to
standard set-up
Construction of 6,000,000.00 6,000,000.00 x 2011 MEO Resolution
legislative building requesting
funding
Updating of CLUP 500,000.00 500,000.00 x x 2011-2012 MPDO Enactment of
zoning
ordinance
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Chapter IX
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS AND INTERVENTION

This chapter puts forward the result of the System on Competency Assessment for
Local Governments (SCALOG) and the resulting Capacity Development Plan of the
fourteen (14) service areas to wit: financial accountability; local legislation; development
planning; revenue generation; resource allocation and utilization; human resource
management and development; health and nutrition; education; housing and basic
utilities; peace, security and disaster preparedness; agriculture and fisheries development;
enterprise, business and industrial promotion; natural resource management; and, waste
management and pollution control.

Table 25. Financial Accountability Capacity Development Objective, Intervention


and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To Strengthening No Accounting LGU Year- 20% DF
strengthen of the internal disallowances Office round
the internal control
control system
system through staff
development
activities
To provide Staff Competent HRMO, LGU, 2011 20% DF
competent development accounting Mayor’s Barangay
staff in the activities staff Office,
Accounting Municipal
Office who Accountant
can
formulate or
generate the
balance
sheet,
income
statement
and cash
flow
To Posting of Revenues and Accounting, General Not to Bulletin board
coordinate revenues and expenditures MTO, MBO, public exceed charged to 20%
with the expenditures of the MPDO January DF
MTO and in the bulletin previous year 30 of
MBO the board within posted each
posting of 30 days at the year
revenues year-end of
and the fiscal year
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
expenditures at 3
within 30 conspicuous
days at the places
year-end of
the fiscal
year at 3
conspicuous
places

Table 26. Local Legislative Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and


Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Frame Resources


Development Indicator Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To post minutes Post minutes of Posted minutes SB staff Starting Sept.
of meetings and meetings & & decisions 2010
decisions made decisions at the
by the SB at Municipal hall
conspicuous lobby
places (bulletin Restoration of Bulletin board Engineering, 4th quarter Capital outlay
board at the the bulletin restored general 2010 of GF
lobby board of the SB public
at the lobby
Incorporate in Rules of posting SB members Sept. 2010
the internal incorporated in
rules the regular the SB Internal
posting of the rules
minutes
The SB must
identify issues
inadequately
addressed in
existing laws,
regulations and
ordinances by:
1. Reviewing Enact Enacted SB member Last Quarter
legislative ordinances for Ordinance for in-charge 2010
enactment at the regular Regular
the start of legislative Legislative
each terms of review every 3 Review
the SB years
2. Creating an Resolution Created SB SB members Last Quarter
Oversight creating SB Oversight 2010
Committee to Oversight Committee;
spearhead the Committee review and
review and update report
update of with
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Frame Resources


Development Indicator Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
existing local recommendations
legislative
measures

Table 27. Development Planning Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and


Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To Enact an ordinance Increase in Mayor’s LGU 3rd
institutionalize that will encourage NGO, PO, Office, SB quarter
participative NGO, PO, and private sector of
and private sector participation/atte 2010
transparent participation in local ndance in local
planning in planning; providing planning
the incentives for such activities
municipality Facilitate the Increase in Mayor’s LGU 3rd
requirements of NGO, PO, Office, SB, quarter
NGO, PO, private private sector MPDO of
sector for participation/atte 2010
accreditation and ndance in local
participation in the planning
local development activities
planning
Expand MDC Increase in Mayor’s LGU 3rd
Sectoral Committee NGO, PO, Office, SB quarter
membership to private sector of
include more NGO, participation/atte 2010
PO, private sector ndance in local
planning
activities
To increase Redevelop Increased public Mayor’s General 1st 20% DF
public access municipal website to information Office, MPDO Public quarter
to include updated availability of
development planning database, 2011
planning PPA information
information and maps; establish
and databases billboards, bulletin
including boards in
spatial data conspicuous places
in the LGU
To promote Alignment of private Capital inflow MDC, SB Investors, 1st
and set the investment capital General quarter
direction of inflow with the Public of
capital inflow development 2011
direction set by the
MDC and approved
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
by the SB through
an investment
incentive IRR.
To review and M and E should be Review and MDC, MPDO, General 4th
update all made an integral update of MMEC Public quarter
local plans component of all municipal plans of
every three municipal plans, to 2010
years or be the basis for
whenever review and updating
applicable
To Establish a client Number of Mayor’s LGU 1st 20% DF
institutionalize feedback box in the client feedback Office quarter
a feedback municipal hall lobby generated of
mechanism as and in the municipal 2011
inputs to local website
planning

Table 28. Revenue Generation Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and


Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To enhance Posting of Financial Municipal General public 2010 to GF
public financial reports of LGU Treasurer's 2013
awareness Reports of posted in 3 Office,
of financial LGU in conspicuous Municipal
condition of conspicuous places in the Accounting
LGU places LGU ten days Office
after the end of
each quarter
To conduct Conduct tax 18 barangays MTO LGU Every GF
Tax education saturated of tax quarter
Campaign campaign/ education
Information information
Drive per drive
Barangay Post tax maps Posted Assessor's Office LGU, Real September Bulletin Board/
and other information Property 2010 GF
information relative to real Owners
about the Local property and
Government other taxes
Code relative to
real property
and other taxes
in bulletin
boards
To ensure Enactment of Ordinances SB LGU 2010 – None required
the active necessary enacted 2013, as
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
participatio ordinances to increasing need
n of local increase local local revenues arises
official and revenues
general Conduct of Public hearing Mayor’s Office, LGU, 2010 – GF, 20% DF
public in public hearing conducted for SB, MTO, concerned tax 2013, as
revenue for new new revenue Provincial and payers and need
generation revenue rates sources and Municipal property arises
and sources rates Assessor’s owners
including Office
general
revision of real
properties and
enhancement of
WINTAX
Program (in
coordination
with Provincial
Treasury and
Assessor's
Office)
To enhance Conduct tax Tax maps are MTO, LGU September 20% DF
business tax mapping to updated Assessor’s 2010 to
and RPT ensure that all reflecting new Office December
program business roads and 2010
operators/ subdivisions;
owners, and business
real properties establishments
are listed and operators
are properly
recorded
Maintenance of Full Municipal LGU September GF
Computerized Computerizati Treasurer's 2010 to
Business on Office 2013
Permit Program
Sending out of Tax reminders MTO LGU Year- GF
tax reminders and demand round
and demand letters duly
letters sent
Posting of list List of MTO LGU End of None required
of delinquent delinquent real each
real properties properties and quarter
and other taxes other taxes
in conspicuous posted in
places conspicuous
places
Assist in the Judicial action PTO, MTO LGU, Province 2010 - GF
conduct of and public of Iloilo 2013
judicial action auction
and public conducted
auction of
delinquent real
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
properties
To Citizen's Tarpaulin or MTO, Municipal Clients 2010 to 20% DF
implement Charter related information Assessor’s 2013
Citizen's to revenue billboard Office
Charter. generation related to
posted in the revenue
bulletin board generation
properly
posted

Table 29. Resource Allocation and Utilization Capacity Development Objective,


Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To coordinate Posting of Revenues and Accounting, General Not to Bulletin board
with the MTO and revenues and expenditures MTO, MBO, public exceed charged to 20%
Accounting the expenditures in of the previous MPDO January DF
posting of the bulletin year posted 30 of
revenues and board within 30 each
expenditures days at the year
within 30 days at year-end of the
the year-end of fiscal year at 3
the fiscal year at 3 conspicuous
conspicuous places
places
To ensure Approval of the Annual Budget SB, Mayor’s General On or None required
approval of Annual Budget approved on or Office, MBO public before
Annual Budget on within the before Dec. 30 Decemb
or before prescribed er 30 of
December 30 of period each
each year year
respectively
To establish a Creation of Budget Mayor’s General 4th None required
budget monitoring budget monitoring Office public quarter
system monitoring committee of 2010
committee created and
composed of functional
the LCE
representative,
SB
representative,
AMEL
representative,
HRMO, and a
representative
of NGOs/POs/
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
private sector
through an EO
Establish an Internal Mayor’s LGU 1st 20% DF
internal automated Office, MBO, quarter
automated budget Accounting, 2011
budget monitoring MTO, SB, All
monitoring system department
system established heads
To enhance Involvement of Increased Mayor’s LGU, 3rd GF
people’s NGOs, POs and involvement of Office, SB, General quarter
awareness and private sector in NGOs, POs MBO, MPDO public of 2010
participation in the and private
resource prioritization of sector in the
allocation PPAs prioritization
of PPAs
Enactment of an Ordinance Mayor’s LGU, 3rd GF
ordinance enacted Office, SB, General quarter
granting MPDO, MBO public, of 2010
incentives NGOs, POs,
(honorarium) private sector
for NGOs,
POs, private
sector for
participating in
budget
preparation

Table 30. Human Resource Management and Development Capacity Development


Objective, Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To create a Creation of a Human HRMO, LGU 4th None Required
human human resource AMEL personnel quarter
resource resource management President/ 1st of 2010
management management and & 2nd
and and development representative
development development committee/ rank & file
committee/ committee/ personnel employees,
personnel personnel development SB, Chairman
development development committee on Personnel,
committee in committee shall. be all Dep't.
the LGU, that created Heads
is pursuant to through
CSC MC 10 s. EO/SB
of 1989 to resolution
update/
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
implement the
human
resource
development
plan and to
optimized the
performance
of its
personnel
To re- Re-organized PERC shall be Municipal LGU 3rd None Required
organize and & updating of validated & Mayor or personnel Quarter
update the the updated authorized of 2010
creation of the composition of through an representative,
Performance the executive HRMO,
Evaluation Performance order MPDC, 1st &
Review Evaluation 2nd level rank
Committee Review and file
(PERC) of Committee employees, all
this Dep't. Heads
municipality
as a
requirement
of the Revised
Policies on
Performance
Evaluation
System (PES)
To implement Implement Performance Mayor’s All LGU Jan. 1 - None Required
Performance Performance Evaluation Office, Personnel June 30
Evaluation Evaluation system HRMO, All & July
System in the System implemented department 1 - Dec.
LGU regularly every heads, AMEL 31 of
regularly, as semester of President every
the basis of calendar year year
giving (rating
productivity period)
incentive
bonus (PIB) &
for promotion
To strengthen Strengthening Grievance HRMO, 1st & All LGU 4th Training/ 20%
the Grievance the Grievance Committee in 2nd level rank personnel quarter DF
Committee in Committee in the LGU is & file of 2010
the LGU to the LGU strengthened employee & its
maintain good through regular alternates,
relation & meetings and AMEL Pres.,
high morale of trainings BILIS
employees AKSYON
which will PARTNER
redound to
high
productivity
To implement Implementation ARTA (RA HRMO, LGU, Clients 4th 2008-2009 IRA
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
the Anti-Red of ARTA 9485) Citizen's MPDC, Quarter differential
Tape Act of (Citizen's Charter Mayor's Office of 2010 (Supplemental
2007 (RA Charter) (RA implemented & SB Budget)
9485) Citizen 9485) through an
Charter EO/SB
resolution
(Display of
front line
services in the
tarpaulin)

Table 31. Health and Nutrition Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and
Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To strengthen the Conduct Regular LHB General Year- None required
LHB orientation of meetings public round
duties and conducted
function of the with proper
LHB documentatio
Conduct regular n
monthly
meeting of LHB
Preparation of Annual health LHB General 2010 – None required
annual health budget public 2013
budget submitted
To formulate Formulate Annual health MHO, LHB General 2010 – None required
annual health and annual health and nutrition public 2013
nutrition plan and nutrition plan
plan submitted to
the Mayor’s
Office and
SB
To increase public Use of Information MHO, LHB General 2010 – GF
awareness and multimedia for campaign public 2013
participation in the information covering 18
LGU health and communication barangays
nutrition programs campaign conducted
including but not
limited to the Conduct Workshop MHO, LHB General 2010 – GF
following workshop on conducted public, 2013
activities: health and BHW, BNS,
1. formulation of nutrition midwives
plans and planning,
programs implementation,
2. Implementation monitoring and
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
of plans and evaluation
programs
3. Monitoring of
plans and
programs
4. Evaluation of
programs
To enhance the Training of Training LGU, LHB, BHW, BNS, 1st Resource
capabilities of service conducted for MHO volunteer quarter persons from
health and providers of the frontline health 2011 PHO, RHO/
nutrition workers LGU such as the health and workers, 20% DF
and volunteers for BHW, BNS and nutrition midwives
sustained service midwives on workers
improvement different health
programs for
improvement of
health services
Continuing Health and LGU, LHB, BHW, BNS, Monthly Resource
health and nutrition MHO volunteer persons from
nutrition education health PHO, RHO/
education, conducted workers, 20% DF
human resource monthly for midwives
capability frontline
development health and
nutrition
workers
Tap No. of LGU, LHB, BHW, BNS, 2nd Resource
education/resear education/ MHO volunteer quarter persons from
ch institution for research health 2011 education or
technical institutions workers, research
assistance tapped for midwives institution/ GF
and/or technical
capability assistance
building on and/or
health and capability
nutrition building on
health and
nutrition
To formulate a Formulate a Monitoring LHB,MHO General 1st None required
monitoring system monitoring system public quarter
for implementation system for formulated 2011
of health and implementation for
nutrition plan and of health and implementati
programs nutrition plan on of health
and programs and nutrition
plans and
programs
To create linkage Create linkage Established LHB General 1st GF
with other LGU in with other linkages with public quarter
the LGUs in the other LGUs 2011
implementation of implementation
health and of health and
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
nutrition services nutrition
services
To introduce Introduce Improvement LHB,MHO General As need GF
improvement or improvement pr or innovation public arises
innovation in innovation in introduced in
health and health and health and
nutrition services nutrition nutrition
services services

Table 32. Education Capacity Development Objective, Intervention and


Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
To review, Review and Areas for School heads, Students, Year- SEF, PTA
evaluate evaluation of improvement teachers, Teachers, round Fund, School
education education for education parents, School Fund
services, and to services, and services stakeholders, system
identify areas identification reviewed, NGO
for of areas for evaluated and
improvement improvement identified
To streamline Streamlining Processing School heads, Students, Year- School fund
education educational time and teachers, Teachers, round
services in services in number of parents School
terms of terms of steps in system
reduction in reduction in educational
processing/ processing services
transaction time and streamlined
time, number number of
of steps steps
(formulation
of Citizen’s
Charter)
To solicit Soliciting Feedback from School heads, Students, Year- School fund
feedback from feedback clients were teachers, Teachers, round
clients from clients solicited parents Parents
regarding its through
services interviews
through and other
informal means methods
(e.g. conducted
spontaneous (e.g.,
feedback from suggestion
clients, box, etc.);
interviews and formulation
other methods of Citizen’s
that are Charter
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
unstructured or
done
randomly)
To create a Education Implementation School board, Students Year- SEF, PTA
system that advisory and monitoring SB Committee round Fund, School
monitors and committee of educational on Education, Fund, GF
implements monitors and programs Mayor’s
educational implements conducted Office
plans and educational
programs plans and
programs
To create a Creation of Assessment School board, Students, Year- SEF, PTA
system for an oversight tool to access SB Committee School round Fund, School
assessing committee to educational on Education, system Fund, GF
completed assess programs Mayor’s
educational completed created Office
plans and educational (oversight
programs programs committee
created)
To identify Identification Barangay sport MEO, MPDO, Students, January Barangay
and/or improve and/or facilities SB Committee community 2011 funds, 20% DF
existing improvement identified on Sports,
barangay sport of existing and/or Mayor’s
facilities barangay improved Office,
sport Barangay
facilities officials

To identify Identify Site for MEO, MPDO, Students, January 20% DF, CDF
areas and possible site municipal SB Committee community 2011
construct for the sports field on Sports,
municipal municipal identified and Mayor’s
athletic field sports field constructed Office
and playground that caters to
with a size of different
at least 0.5 sport
hectares per disciplines
1,000
population
To keep the Construct Bulletin boards School heads, Parents, Year- PTA
public bulletin constructed, PTA students, round Funds/School
informed about boards where issues, President, stakeholders, funds/
education to post issues, concerns, Barangay local SEF/General
issues, concerns, projects and Officials, LSB community Fund
concerns, projects and activities
projects and activities regarding
activities regarding education
regarding education in posted in each
education in each school school
each school
To use LGU Official Issues, School heads, Community, Year- PTA
appropriate website concerns, teachers, stakeholders round Funds/School
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Implementers Beneficiaries Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Funds
media to created, projects and Barangay funds/
communicate issues, activities officials, LGU SEF/General
with its concerns, regarding Fund
intended projects and education
audience (e.g. activities disseminated
print, radio, tv, pertaining to
barangay education
assemblies, posted
town hall Use School heads,
meetings, etc.) broadcast and teachers,
print media to Barangay
keep the officials
public
informed
about issues,
concerns,
projects and
activities
regarding
education
To strengthen Strengthening Programs and District School/ Year- SEF, PTA
the of legislations Supervisor, education round funds, GF
coordination of coordination formulated and school heads, system,
the LSB and of the LSB implemented SB, LSB
the SB and SB members
Committee on Committee
Education on Education
in the
formulation
of programs
and
legislations
To Inclusion of Scholarship District Poor but June GF, private
institutionalize the granted to poor supervisor, deserving 2011 – donors/
the Leganes scholarship but deserving SB, Mayor’s pupils March benefactors
Scholarship fund in the pupils Office, LSB, 2012
Program Municipal private donors
Annual
Budget

Table 33. Housing and Basic Utilities Capacity Development Objective, Intervention
and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To create Creation of a local Local Local housing Informal 3rd
and housing board housing task force, SB settlers quarter
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enhance through an EO board created Members, of


the and Mayor’s 2010
planning functional Office
capabilities
of the
Local
Housing
Board
To create a Creation of Sanggunian SB members LGU 2010
Sanggunian Oversight oversight
Oversight Committee on committee
committee Housing in the SB created
on housing
and shelter
To Training/workshop All members MDC and Informal 2010 Resource
capacitate on local housing are trained BDC settlers persons from
the planning and and oriented members, HLURB and
members policies on their MPDO, Provincial
of the duties and MSWDO Capitol/ 20%
Local functions DF
Shelter
planners
To be able Survey on shelter Shelter and MPDO, LGU, 4th
to identify and basic needs of basic needs MSWDO, SB, Informal quarter
the shelter the residents; identified; Liga ng mga settlers of
and basic assessment of inventory of Barangay 2010
needs of LGU capacity LGU
the capacities on
residents addressing
shelter and
basic needs
To Updating of CLUP MDC, MPDO LGU 2011 20% DF
strengthen CLUP, updated
the CLUP, underscoring
giving housing and basic
emphasis utilities
on housing
and basic
utilities

Table 34. Peace, Security and Disaster Preparedness Capacity Development


Objective, Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To educate the Conduct IEC 1. At least LDCC Barangay 2010 – 5% CF
population activities like 18 IEC residents, Students 2013
regarding P, S seminars, pulong- activities
and DP pulong conducted
every
year
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
2. Post –
activity
Assessme
nt
evaluatio
n of each
pax
administe
red
To make the Conduct IEC 18 barangays Barangay 2010 - 5% CF
plans and dissemination are informed officials, LDCs/ 2013
programs on P, S along P,S, and DP and given DRRMCs and
and DP and provide copies copies of stakeholders
accessible to the of such to plans and
public barangays and programs on
stakeholders P, S and DP
To monitor Creation/activation Regular LDCCs/DRRMCs, 2010 - 20% DF
regularly the and training of monthly Tanods, Disaster 2013 CICADA
implementation LDCCs/DRRMCs monitoring Brigades Private donors
of plans and integrating reports and 5% CF of
programs re: P, S Barangay emergency barangay
and DP Intelligence reports as
Network and needed
Crisis received,
Management filed and
Team utilized for
action
Automated Crime
Occurrence
System
Tie-up with
municipality of
Dumangas in
terms of weather
forecasting
To increase Create and train P, 18 M and E LDCCs 4th Q
participation of S and DP Teams of
community in the monitoring and organized every
monitoring and evaluation teams and year
evaluation of in every barangay functional
plan and
programs on P, S
and DP
To integrate the Annual P, S and Integrated P, LDCCs Every
findings and DP Planning S and DP 1st Q
recommendations Plan of the
of the M and E year
teams in the
annual P, S and
DP Plan
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Table 35. Agriculture and Fisheries Development Capacity Development Objective,


Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To Appointment Municipal Mayor’s LGU 4th quarter GF
strengthen of Municipal Agriculturist Office, SB, 2010
the Agriculturist duly appointed PSB
capability of (SG 24-1)
the Creation/ Fisheries Officer Mayor’s LGU September None required
Municipal designation duly designated Office, 2010
Agriculture of a fisheries Municipal
Office in officer Agriculture
formulating Office
an Trainings for Well-trained LGU MA staff, 4th quarter Agricultural
agriculture agricultural staff for every Leaders 2010 Training
and fisheries technologists sector/ fishery/ Institute
development and leaders in agriculture (ATI)for
plan the barangays resource
(including in agriculture persons/ GF
CRMP) and fisheries
development Agriculture and MAO Farmers, January – GF
plan fisheries fisher folks, March
formulation development general 2011
plan formulated public
To Reorganize/ Farmers, women, MAO Farmers, 4th qtr
implement reactivate youth youth, 2010
existing laws MAFC, organizations Women
and youth, reorganized
ordinances women’s
regarding organizations
agriculture to help in the
and fisheries formulation
of DP
Farmer’s, Accredited Mayor’s Farmer, January None required
fisherfolks, associations of Office, SB, youth, 2011
youth, farmers, women, MAO women
women’s youth association/s
association
accreditation
Organize and Bantay Dagat MAO, Fisherfolks January – BFAR for
train Bantay organized/trained FARMC June 2011 resource
Dagat persons/ 20%
DF
Provision of Necessary LGU, MAO, Farmers, 2011 – GF, 20% DF
necessary equipments and FARMC, Fisher folks, 2013
equipments modes of Bantay Dagat MAO,
and modes of transportation FARMC,
transportation provided and Bantay Dagat
made available
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To provide Establish a FITS Center MAO Farmers, January – LGU,
technical and Farmers established general June 2011 Philippine
other related Information public Council for
information Technology Agricultural
to farmers, Services Research
fisher folks (FITS) Center Resources
and the Development
general (PCARD)
public Establish Techno demo MAO Farmers, 2010 - 20% DF
demo farms farm established women, 2013
youth
Conduct Farmers classes MAO Farmers, 2010 - GF, 20% DF
farmers conducted women, 2013
classes youth
Establishment Farmers and MAO Farmers, September 20% DF
of a farmers fisherfolks fisher folks 2010
and fisher information
folks system/ database
information established
system/
database
Price Bulletin board MAO, LEDO, General September GF
monitoring provided for DTI, Market public 2010
price, availability Circle
and other
information
To Coordination Projects MAO Farmers, 1st quarter None required
coordinate with other identified and fisherfolks 2010
with other agencies implemented
local and
national
agencies in
the
identification
and planning
projects for
Agri. And
Fisheries

Table 36. Enterprise, Business and Industrial Promotion Capacity Development


Objective, Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To create a Creation of a Development Mayor’s SME, LGU 1st
development development council for Office quarter
council for council for small and 2011
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
small and small and medium
medium medium enterprise
enterprise enterprise created
through an
EO
To provide a Development Existence of LEDO, SB, SME 1st
simplified of a system a simplified MPDO quarter
procedure for the procedure for of
for issuance simplified the issuance 2011
of procedure for of permits to
appropriate the issuance start an
permit to of enterprise
start an appropriate
enterprise permits to
start an
enterprise
To develop a Preparation Approved MDC, MPDO, SME 1st DTI resource
strategic or of a strategic strategic or SB, Mayor’s quarter persons
long-range or long-range long-range Office of
plan for plan for plan for 2011
enterprise, enterprise, enterprise,
business and business and business and
industrial industrial industrial
promotion promotion promotion
To identify Identification Identified SMEDC, SME 1st DTI resource
and develop and support MPDO, SB quarter persons
LGU development programs to of
support of LGU start-ups, 2011
programs to support SMEs or
start-ups, programs to cooperatives
SMEs or start-ups,
cooperatives. SMEs or
cooperatives

Table 37. Natural Resource Management Capacity Development Objective,


Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
To create Creation of MENRO Mayor’s General September GF
MENRO and MENRO created Office, SB, public 2010
formulate PSB
environment Review Ordinances Mayor’s General Year- None required
management existing and Office, SB public round
related natural resolutions
ordinances and resources passed
resolutions management
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Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Implementers Beneficiaries Source of
Funds
ordinance/s;
formulation
of related
ordinances
and
resolutions
To Appointment/ MENRO Mayor’s General 4th quarter GF
appoint/designate Designation officials and Office, SB, public 2010
capable officials of MENRO staff PSB
and staff to officials and appointed/
formulate staff designated
environment Identification Natural MENRO, General 1st – 2nd 20% DF
management and mapping resources Barangay public quarter
plan of existing identified and officials and 2010
natural mapped in volunteers
resources the different
areas in the
municipality
Formulation Natural MPDO, General 3rd – 4th 20% DF
of natural Resource MENRO, public quarter
resource Management MDC, SB 2011
Management Plan
Plan formulated
To enhance Conduct IEC IEC MENRO, Residents, 2011 GF
public awareness in the conducted Barangay students
and participation different Officials,
in natural barangays, DepED
resources schools,
management subdivisions
Organize NGO’s Mayor’s Community Year- None required
NGO’s organized Office, SB, round
MENRO
Provide Approved Mayor’s NGOs, POs, 1st quarter GF, 20% DF
incentives for ordinance Office, SB, private sector 2011
actively providing MENRO
participating incentives
NGOs, POs,
private sector
To enhance Provide Innovative Mayor’s Residents Year- 20% DF
innovative support to programs Office, SB, round
programs existing supported MENRO,
relating to innovative Barangay
natural resource programs in officials,
management natural NGOs, POs,
resources private sector
management
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Table 38. Waste Management and Pollution Control Capacity Development


Objective, Intervention and Implementation Schedule, Year 2010 to 2013

Objective Capacity Performance Targets Time Resource


Development Indicator Frame Requirements/
Intervention Source of
Implementers Beneficiaries
Funds

To reactivate Reorganization SWMB Mayor’s General September PENRO for


the solid of SWMB, and reorganized, Office, SB, public 2010 resource
waste strengthening SB NGOs persons, 20%
management of SB Committee DF
board/ Committee on on
pollution Environment, Environment,
control Natural Natural
committee to Resource and Resource and
include Disaster Disaster
members of Management Management
SB strengthened
Committee
on
Environment,
Natural
Resource and
Disaster
Management
To provide Procurement 1 ha. landfill LGU, SWMB General October – 20% DF
an of area for operational public December
area/location landfill 2010
for sanitary
landfill
To Enforcement SB Mayor’s General Year- GF
enforcement of SB Ordinance Office, public round
of existing Ordinance on enforced MENRO,
SB ordinance SWM SWMB
on SWM Formulation of IRR Mayor’s General 4th quarter GF
IRR formulated Office, public 2010
MENRO,
SWMB
To enhance Utilization of Campaign/ MENRO, Schools, October GF
public multimedia education SWMB, subdivisions, 2010 –
awareness and and Barangay barangays April
and information information officials, 2011
participation and education drive on School heads
in waste on SWM and SWM and
management pollution pollution
and pollution control control
control conducted
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Chapter X
PRIORITY LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS

The proposed programs and projects that must be implemented in the next three
years can be supported by legislation spearheaded by either the Local Chief Executive or
the Sangguniang Bayan. These legislations will be the legal backbone of the programs
and projects and will ensure the implementation process to its completion.

10.1 On Social Development

1. An ordinance setting the guidelines for the housing program – Leganes Pabahay
sa Mahirap Program (LPMP);
2. An ordinance creating the Social Welfare Officer I and Social Welfare Officer
II positions under the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office and
appropriating funds thereof;
3. A resolution authorizing the donation of an identified lot for the Leganes Police
Station and the Bureau of Fire Protection with a minimum area of 300 square
meters each.

10.2 On Economic Development

A resolution adopting the long term Agriculture and Fisheries Development


Plan of the municipality.

10.3 On Environmental Management

1. An ordinance creating the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office


(MENRO) and appropriating funds thereof;
2. An ordinance protecting the identified mangrove reforestation area (Leganes Eco-
forest);
3. An ordinance protecting and establishing the 10 hectares abandoned municipal
owned fishpond into a mangrove reserve/ protected area/ eco-tourism site;
4. A resolution adopting the Comprehensive Coastal Resource Management Plan of
the municipality.

10.4 On Administration

An ordinance institutionalizing the Program on Awards and Incentive on Service


Excellence (PRAISE) – reward system.
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10.5 On Governance

1. An ordinance updating the revenue code, investment incentives code, and code of
general ordinances;
2. An ordinance approving the market code, children's code, gender and
development code, environment code, health and sanitation code of the
municipality;
3. Enactment of the zoning ordinance, updating of the Comprehensive Land Use
Plan of Leganes.
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Chapter XI
RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGIES

11.1 Financial Analysis and Projection

Simple regression was employed to project and analyze the future fiscal standing
of the municipality.

Table 39. Actual and Projected Income and Expenditures for the General Fund,
Year 2007 to 2013

Year Income Increase (Decrease) Expenditures Increase (Decrease) Surplus (Deficit)


2007 33,566,543.25 24,110,825.69 9,455,717.56
2008 39,598,901.36 6,032,358.11 30,247,844.78 6,137,019.09 9,351,056.58
2009 42,936,615.55 3,337,714.19 33,880,550.29 3,632,705.51 9,056,065.26
2010 48,070,759.02 5,134,143.47 39,182,798.19 5,302,247.90 8,887,960.83
2011 52,755,795.17 4,685,036.15 44,067,660.49 4,884,862.30 8,688,134.68
2012 57,440,831.32 4,685,036.15 48,952,522.79 4,884,862.30 8,488,308.53
2013 62,125,867.47 4,685,036.15 53,837,385.09 4,884,862.30 8,288,482.38

Table 40. Actual and Projected Income and Expenditures for the Local Economic
Development Office, Year 2007 to 2013

Year Income Increase (Decrease) Expenditures Increase (Decrease) Surplus (Deficit)


2007 3,376,197.63 1,080,900.25 2,295,297.38
2008 4,610,749.03 1,234,551.40 2,955,151.08 1,874,250.83 1,655,597.95
2009 5,281,952.25 671,203.22 4,181,832.98 1,226,681.90 1,100,119.27
2010 6,328,720.92 1,046,768.67 5,840,227.50 1,658,394.52 488,493.42
2011 7,281,598.23 952,877.31 7,390,693.87 1,550,466.37 (109,095.63)
2012 8,234,475.54 952,877.31 8,941,160.23 1,550,466.37 (706,684.69)
2013 9,187,352.85 952,877.31 10,491,626.60 1,550,466.37 (1,304,273.74)

The General Fund will register a surplus if the local government will continue its
current rate of expenditures, while the local economic enterprise will experience a deficit
if no new sources of revenue can be found or if expenditure cannot be reduced for the
years 2011 to 2013.

11.2 Financial Strategies

It is unlikely that the proposed programs and projects in the previous chapters can
be covered by the available funds for investment. Given this unbalance the municipality
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has a number of options to consider and take, namely: 1) to cut down on the number of
projects, 2) augment available resources through improved fiscal management, i.e.,
intensified revenue generation/collection and judicious expenditure management, and 3)
augment available funds by other financing options such as public borrowing and other
forms of partnership with other national agencies and the private sector.

In addition, the local government of Leganes should limit personal services


expenditures to the allowed 55% ceiling if possible; reduce dependency on internal
revenue allotment (IRA) by looking for new sources of income; update the local revenue
code, special attention should be given to the schedule of fees; and look for external
sources of funds from the provincial or national coffers, or from foreign entities in forms
of subsidies or grants to fund specific programs and projects identified in this plan.
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Chapter XII
MONITORING AND EVALUATION

The Municipal Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MMEC) shall be tasked


with the annual monitoring and evaluation of programs, projects and activities funded by
the local government of Leganes. The Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator
shall serve as the secretariat of the committee, responsible for the collation of pertinent
documents and preparation of the findings and recommendation of the committee.

Copies of the annual report shall be submitted to the Municipal Mayor for his
information and appropriate action. The Sangguniang Bayan, the Department of Interior
and Local Government through the Municipal Local Government Operations Officer, and
implementers shall be likewise provided with copies of the report.