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DEVELOPMENT OF CLIMATE-

RESPONSIVE INTEGRATED RIVER


BASIN MASTER PLAN:

CAGAYAN
RIVER BASIN CAR, II and III

DepEd Conference Hall, Gundaway, Cabarroguis, Quirino City


| 22 September 2017
Rationale
 EO 510 created RBCO in 2006
 Integrated basin master plan for 18 major river basins
 Enhance development interventions
 Passage of RA 9729 or the Climate Change Act of 2009
and RA 10121 or the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management Act of 2010
 Incorporate and mainstream climate change
perspectives with DRR issues and measures in
development planning
Objectives
To update the Integrated River Basin Master Plan and
incorporate the implications of the new climate normals in
addressing the concerns on:
 Water resources management
 Watershed management
 Flood control/mitigation, disaster risk reduction and hazards
management
 Wetland management
 Economic development
 Institutional linkages and organizational structure for river
basin management
Methodology
 Coordination with Concerned Agencies
Phase 1  Updating of River Basin Profile
 Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
 Setting of vision, missions, goals (VMG), and
targets
 Identification of strategies, programs and
projects
 Evaluation of strategies, programs and
Phase 2 projects
 Investment and implementation planning
Cagayan River Basin
Profile
Situated at 121° 35' 34.8“east longitude
and 17° 6' 15.1"north latitude at the
northeastern part of Luzon

Land area: 27,493.5 km2


Coverage:

12 provinces

122 municipalities/cities

2,459 barangays
MONTHLY AVERAGE RAINFALL
1981-2010
1000

900
August has the
800
highest rainfall
700
amount Aparri
600
Tuguegarao
500 ISU-Echague
February and CLSU
March have 400 Baguio
Mean
recorded the 300

lowest rainfall 200

volume 100

0
Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
EXTREME RAINFALL AMOUNT
1981-2010
1200
Highest
amount of 1000

rainfall:
1,085.8 mm 800
Aparri
recorded in Tuguegarao
Baguio City on 600 ISU-Echague

July 4, 2001 CLSU


400 Baguio
(Typhoon
Feria)
200

0
Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
PAGASA BASELINE AND PROJECTION
PRECIPITATION

BASELINE (1971-2000) CHANGE IN 2020 CHANGE IN 2050


PROVINCE
DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON
CAR
Abra 43.5 220.6 1218.9 634.4 5.00 (1.80) 22.30 14.00 (2.10) (28.10) 35.00 15.90
Apayao 144.6 184.0 822.7 720.1 2.60 0.40 5.80 16.60 3.00 (23.70) 1.10 (0.30)
Benguet 47.7 422.3 1734.9 931.8 8.00 0.20 31.60 21.70 (6.00) (26.70) 63.10 21.80
Ifugao 102.6 321.0 1071.1 724.9 (6.00) (9.60) 14.40 8.90 (1.30) (24.20) 17.60 (2.90)
Kalinga 92.3 228.0 892.3 691.9 1.00 (9.10) 4.50 14.80 4.20 (21.00) 3.90 1.10
Mountain Province 74.8 286.8 1121.1 699.2 (2.70) (7.70) 16.40 14.90 1.10 (27.40) 26.60 8.50
REGION II
Cagayan 284.4 207.7 538.4 832.1 6.90 (3.60) 2.90 16.30 14.60 (23.30) 0.90 (1.00)
Isabela 412,2 325.0 530.8 867.0 3.90 (8.60) 5.10 13.50 25.10 (29.20) 8.70 1.70
Nueva Vizcaya 180.9 416.8 1149.8 880.5 (3.50) (8.60) 20.10 9.80 (7.80) (23.60) 36.10 (0.50)
Quirino 419.0 465.9 928.7 957.9 (5.70) (18.20) 9.70 6.10 (0.90) (33.90) 12.90 (5.80)
REGION III
Aurora 615.7 546.4 768.7 1151.1 (0.30) (17.10) 6.70 5.80 8.70 (29.20) 7.40 (5.70)
Nueva Ecija 155.2 316.5 995.0 745.0 7.50 (13.80) 10.10 1.60 (7.40) (25.70) 22.70 (2.40)

Source: PAGASA 2011


Number of Days with Rainfall > 200 mm
Province
OBS 2020 2050
Abra 1 17 6
Apayao 6 25 22
Aurora 12 43 43
Benguet 29 39 35
Cagayan 16 33 24
Isabela 6 25 22
Ifugao 29 39 35
Kalinga 6 25 22
Mountain Province 29 39 35
Nueva Ecija 9 13 17
Nueva Vizcaya 6 25 22
Quirino 12 43 43
Source: PAGASA 2011
PAGASA BASELINE AND PROJECTION
PRECIPITATION

BASELINE (1971-2000) CHANGE IN 2020 CHANGE IN 2050


PROVINCE
DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON
CAR
Abra 43.5 220.6 1218.9 634.4 5.00 (1.80) 22.30 14.00 (2.10) (28.10) 35.00 15.90
Apayao 144.6 184.0 822.7 720.1 2.60 0.40 5.80 16.60 3.00 (23.70) 1.10 (0.30)
Benguet 47.7 422.3 1734.9 931.8 8.00 0.20 31.60 21.70 (6.00) (26.70) 63.10 21.80
Ifugao 102.6 321.0 1071.1 724.9 (6.00) (9.60) 14.40 8.90 (1.30) (24.20) 17.60 (2.90)
Kalinga 92.3 228.0 892.3 691.9 1.00 (9.10) 4.50 14.80 4.20 (21.00) 3.90 1.10
Mountain Province 74.8 286.8 1121.1 699.2 (2.70) (7.70) 16.40 14.90 1.10 (27.40) 26.60 8.50
REGION II
Cagayan 284.4 207.7 538.4 832.1 6.90 (3.60) 2.90 16.30 14.60 (23.30) 0.90 (1.00)
Isabela 412,2 325.0 530.8 867.0 3.90 (8.60) 5.10 13.50 25.10 (29.20) 8.70 1.70
Nueva Vizcaya 180.9 416.8 1149.8 880.5 (3.50) (8.60) 20.10 9.80 (7.80) (23.60) 36.10 (0.50)
Quirino 419.0 465.9 928.7 957.9 (5.70) (18.20) 9.70 6.10 (0.90) (33.90) 12.90 (5.80)
REGION III
Aurora 615.7 546.4 768.7 1151.1 (0.30) (17.10) 6.70 5.80 8.70 (29.20) 7.40 (5.70)
Nueva Ecija 155.2 316.5 995.0 745.0 7.50 (13.80) 10.10 1.60 (7.40) (25.70) 22.70 (2.40)

Source: PAGASA 2011


PAGASA BASELINE AND PROJECTION
TEMPERATURE

BASELINE (1971-2000) CHANGE IN 2020 CHANGE IN 2050


PROVINCE
DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON DJF MAM JJA SON
CAR
Abra 24.5 27.4 27.2 26.4 0.8 1.0 0.8 0.9 2.0 2.1 1.6 1.9
Apayao 24.8 28.0 28.4 27.1 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.8 1.9 2.1 1.9 1.8
Benguet 19.4 21.9 22.0 21.2 0.9 1.0 0.8 1.0 2.0 2.1 1.7 1.9
Ifugao 22.2 25.6 25.8 24.5 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.9 2.1 2.0 1.9
Kalinga 23.8 27.5 27.7 26.1 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.8 1.9 2.1 2.0 1.9
Mountain Province 22.7 26.0 26.1 24.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.9 2.1 1.9 1.9
REGION II
Cagayan 24.5 28.1 28.9 27.1 0.8 1.0 0.9 0.8 2.0 2.2 2.0 1.8
Isabela 24.1 27.9 28.7 26.8 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.8 2.0 2.1 2.1 1.9
Nueva Vizcaya 22.3 25.4 25.4 24.4 0.9 1.0 0.9 0.9 2.0 2.1 1.9 1.9
Quirino 23.7 26.8 27.6 26.2 0.7 1.0 1.0 0.9 2.0 2.2 2.0 2.0
REGION III
Aurora 24.5 27.1 27.9 26.7 0.9 0.9 1.0 1.0 1.9 2.0 2.0 2.0
Nueva Ecija 25.3 27.7 27.5 26.8 0.9 1.1 0.9 1.0 2.0 2.1 1.8 2.0

Source: PAGASA 2011

Increase in temperature:
2020: 0.7-1.1 degree Celsius
2050: 1.8-2.1 degree Celsius
Number of Days with Tmax > 350C
Province 2020 2050
OBS (1970-2000)
(2016-2035) (2036-2065)
Abra 110 130 627
Apayao 2,769 3,930 5,119
Aurora 397 819 2,008
Benguet 0 0 0
Cagayan 273 1,276 2,403
Isabela 2,769 3,930 5,119
Ifugao 0 0 0
Kalinga 2,769 3,930 5,119
Mountain Province 0 0 0
Nueva Ecija 1,293 3,271 4,796
Nueva Vizcaya 2,769 3,930 5,119
Quirino 397 819 2,008
Source: PAGASA , 2011
250
Runoff (mm)
200
Baseline
Series1

Both surface

RUNOFF (mm)
150 2020 Scenario
2050 Scenario

runoff and 100

groundwater 50

recharge are -
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

expected to 45
MONTH

increase in 40

2020 but will


35
Baseline
RECHARGE (mm)

30
2020 Scenario

decrease in 25
20
2050 Scenario

2050 15
10
5
-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MONTH
300

250

Baseline
WATER YIELD (mm)
200
2020 Scenario
150 2050 Scenario

100

50

-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MONTH

In 2020, water yield is expected to decrease during summer


months while increase during rainy season.
But in 2050, there will be a general decrease in water yield
both during summer and rainy seasons.
Number of Water Permittees, 1975-2013
1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

No date
1975

1986

1992

1997

2003

2012
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985

1987
1988
1989
1990
1991

1993
1994
1995
1996

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

2004
2005
2006
2010

2013
Source: NWRB, 2013
There are about 1,277 abstraction permits granted by NWRB in
CRB. Around 78% has been granted for surface water abstraction
while 22% for groundwater
2020 Consumption Rate: 25%
29595.68
2050 Consumption Rate: 65 %
24305.32

23452.19
11896.64
5309.69
6783.42

-80.99
-136.19
-187.09

-156.89
-11235.96
-20329.15
2020
2050

Domestic Irrigation Industrial


Surface Ground Water Use Demand Surplus
Water Water
~16% of irrigable areas
in CRB are irrigated

~84% are still to be


irrigated
About 48% of the
area of the river
basin is classified
with moderate to
severe erosion
Source: MGB
Soil Erosion (Ha)
Province No Apparent Moderate Unclassified
Slight Erosion Severe Erosion
Erosion Erosion Erosion
Abra 1,823 44
Apayao 4,102 43,783 12,423 12,942
Aurora 878 43,237 176
Benguet 1,444 74 141
Cagayan 143,365 111,845 166,868 12,796 119
Ifugao 9,276 98,875 45,941 90,996 2,189
Isabela 260,458 300,749 233,546 6,567 318
Kalinga 40,605 110,388 72,838 56,859 3,618
Mountain
10,714 31,018 93,159 45,996 2,041
Province
Nueva Ecija 2,091 445
Nueva Vizcaya 51,007 5,523 178,300 93,234 56
Quirino 24,153 97,150 169,085 7,303
21.8%

4.5%
55.8%

17.9%

0-1 1-3 3-5 >5


21.7%

4.2%
56.0%

18.1%

0-1 1-3 3-5 >5


22.6%

7.1% 54.2%

16.0%

0-1 1-3 3-5 >5


Sedimentation
Average Sediment Yield using
Accumulated
Annual Sub-basin Murano Formula
Year of Survey Sediment
Sediment rate MCM/year mm/year
Volume (MCM)
(mm/year) Upper Cagayan River 6.8 1.0
1984 22.0 1.8 Basin
1988-1989 49.0 1.6
Magat River 6.4 1.3
1995 179.0 3.1
1998 181.0 2.6 Ilagan River 2.4 0.8
1999 188.0 2.5 Siffu-Mallig 0.9 0.4
Chico River 11.6 2.5
Source: 1999 Survey Results – Magat Reservoir
and Tributary Rivers Sediment Range System, Lower Cagayan River 2.7 0.5
Dam and Reservoir Division, Magat River
Whole CRB 30.8 1.1
Integrated Irrigation System, December 2000
Whole CRB except 24.4 1.1
Magat Dam
Source: JICA, 2002
Waste Generation (Tons per day)

4500
4000
3500
3000
2500 Region 2
2000 Region 3
1500 CAR
1000
500
0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Source: CPH, PSA 2010 Source: NSWMC, 2016

• Burning is the most common manner of disposal in the CRB


• Increase in waste generation
Surface Water Groundwater
At low water level At high water level
Stations Stations MPN/100 ml
(MPN/100ml) (MPN/100ml)
Cagayan River at Catayuan, Lal- 15,000 21,000 Toran, Aparri, Cagayan <110,000
lo
Cagayan River at Nassiping, 4,300 7,500 Camunatan, Ilagan, 4300
Alcala Isabela
Cagayan River at Bunton, 46,000 >110,000 Bunton, Tuguegarao, 0
Tuguegarao Cagayan
Cagayan River after confluence >110,000 21,000 Casibarang Norte, 430
with Ilagan River Cabagan, Isabela
Cagayan River at Embarcadero, >110,000 >110,000 Tupang, Alcala,Cagayan 3300
Echague
Chico River at Maguiling, Piat 4300 46,000
Pinacanauan de Tuguegarao at 4300 4300
Camasi, Penablance

Ilagan River at Malalam, Ilaga >110,000 110,000


Magat River at Cabatuan, >110,000 110,000
Isabela
Magat River at Bagabag, Nueva 4300 7500
Vizcaya

Source: JICA, 2002 High coliform bacteria in surface water indicates that sewage from residences
and buildings are inflowing to the Cagayan River system (JICA, 2002)
Water Quality of Chico River
Standard
Criteria (DAO 2016- 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
08)
No criteria
TDS (mg/L) 233.96 145.56 178.67 50 169.07
set

TSS (mg/L) <50 17 11.97 32.33 134 24.64

DO (mg/L) >5 7.71 8.60 6.7 7.0 -

BOD (mg/L) <3 - 3.73 1.8 1.0 -

Source: EMB-CAR
Chico River is classified as Class A water (Public water supply Class II – Intended
as source of water supply requiring conventional treatment (coagulation,
sedimentation, filtration, and disinfection) to meet the latest PNSDW
Land Cover Change from 2003 to 2010
LC 2003 LC 2010 AREA (Ha) PERCENTAGE
Closed Forest Annual Crop 2,835.30 0.40
Closed Forest Built-up 79.31 0.01
Closed Forest Closed Forest 466,427.05 66.17
Closed Forest Fallow 159.30 0.02
Closed Forest Grassland 2,965.16 0.42
Closed Forest Inland Water 2,165.08 0.31
Closed Forest Mangrove Forest 138.68 0.02
Closed Forest Open Forest 204,546.60 29.02
Closed Forest Open/Barren 97.47 0.01
Closed Forest Perennial Crop 431.40 0.06
Closed Forest Shrubs 13,605.53 1.93
Closed Forest Wooded Grassland 11,104.94 1.58
Open Forest Annual Crop 34,224.18 3.72
Open Forest Built-up 758.76 0.08
Open Forest Closed Forest 126,257.33 13.73
Open Forest Fallow 20.44 0.00
Open Forest Fishpond 1.14 0.00
Open Forest Grassland 28,802.42 3.13
Open Forest Inland Water 3,488.97 0.38
Open Forest Mangrove Forest 115.74 0.01
Open Forest Open Forest 532,769.93 57.92
Open Forest Open/Barren 613.39 0.07
Open Forest Perennial Crop 5,093.66 0.55
Open Forest Shrubs 77,895.25 8.47
Open Forest Wooded Grassland 109,193.89 11.87
Non-conforming land
uses
Presence of built-up
areas in protection
zones
Presence of agricultural
lands in protection
zones
Land Capability Zones (Current)
Protection zone Production Zone
Land Cover
Protection Limited Agro- Production
Strict Protection Unlimited production
Buffer Production forestry Buffer

Closed forest, broadleaved 348,596.43 - - - - -


Closed forest, coniferous 579.47 - - - - -
Closed forest, mixed 19,515.93 - - - - -

Forest plantation, broadleaved 8,392.77 115.11 3,021.75 294.66 4,230.18 136.71


Inland water 6,272.11 7,916.92 23,017.53 157.95 703.44 861.66
Mangrove forest 112.19 - - - - -
Open forest, broadleaved 513,301.11 - - - - -
Open forest, coniferous 36,844.68 - - - - -
Open forest, mixed 12,333.78 - - - - -
Built-up area 1,177.62 1,505.60 42,450.06 419.60 577.93 346.62
Cultivated, annual crop 41,965.74 31,409.67 746,512.59 7,682.16 30,674.21 6,301.51
Cultivated, perennial crop 4,167.30 775.30 20,416.72 537.66 5,420.97 554.28
Barren land 726.23 1,272.95 8,404.56 57.87 80.82 28.62
Grassland 47,369.82 4,459.27 126,854.23 9,319.19 30,587.53 4,337.23
Marshland 30.02 28.75 - - - 482.08
Fallow 54.72 - 2.52 - 1.44 5.13
Shrubs 85,337.54 3,155.60 62,209.47 7,898.94 47,069.50 5,605.63
Wooded grassland 129,037.66 6,735.87 141,086.89 26,552.25 61,478.39 9,770.07
Grand Total 1,255,815.12 57,375.03 1,173,976.32 52,920.29 180,824.41 28,429.54
Causes according to
Number of Fish Kill Events in CRB BFAR:
18 17
16
 Poor water quality
14 13
 Low water level
Fish Kill Occurrence

12 11
10 9  Overstocking
8  High ammonia level
6
6 5  Abrupt change of
4
2 water temperature
1
2
0 0  Low dissolved oxygen
0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
 Parasite Infection
Year  Insufficient water
supply from irrigation
Source: BFAR, 2014
 Overfeeding
Volume of Commercial Fishery Production (m3)
1200000

1000000

800000

600000

400000

200000

0
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Source: Bureau of Agricultural Statistics, 2015
Approximately 17% of
the total area of CRB
has high to very high
susceptibility to flooding

Source: MGB
Flood Susceptibility (Ha)
Province Grand
Low Moderate High Very High
Total
Apayao 291 837 502 1,630
Aurora 2 2,990 2,992
Cagayan 29,414 31,758 4,7438 37,396 146,005
Ifugao 2,095 2,984 5,982 741 11,801
Isabela 11,361 34,866 49,974 57,801 154,003
Kalinga 7,062 9,311 6,643 125 23,141
Mountain Province 15 789 11,17 11 1,932
Nueva Ecija 26 26
Nueva Vizcaya 8,659 9,824 16,848 2,651 37,981
Quirino 2,454 2,255 4,172 102 8,982
Grand Total 61,350 92,626 135,691 98,827 388,494
Flood Vulnerability Assessment
10 Year Return Period
Baseline 2020 2050
Inundated Area
Area (km2)
Flood Event Difference 2020- Difference 2050-
Current 2020 2050
Baseline Baseline
2yr 958.62 1052.75 925.47 94.13 -33.15
10yr 1663.92 1804.14 1718.94 140.22 55.02
50yr 2042.66 2236.40 2113.13 193.74 70.47
Flood events incurring the highest cost of damage in CRB
Damage to Damage to Total Damages Affected
Date Typhoon
Agriculture (‘000) Infrastructure (‘000) (‘000) Population
10/1/06 Typhoon Paeng 34,463,879.3 144,931.6 34,608,810.9 48
7/8/03 Typhoon Harurot 2,975,550.0 321,126 3,296,676 152
10/11/13 Typhoon Santi 2,929,012.0 16648 2,945,660 47
10/18/10 Typhoon Juan 2,563,766.3 893,209.5 3,456,975. 111
10/8/09 Typhoon Pepeng 1,925,816.2 238,856 1,925,816.2 7
12/2/04 Typhoon Yoyong 1,855,798.8 174,831.7 2,030,630.5 65
10/7/98 Typhoon Iliang 1,504,000.0 394,900 1,898,900 421
10/18/10 Typhoon Juan 1,040,661.0 1,040,661 4
8/27/11 Typhoon Mina 940,161.0 93,400 1,033,561 0
1/26/06 Monsoon Rains 754,521.9 70,300 824,821.9 7
Source: Office of the Civil Defense,2014
56% of the total area
of the river basin is
susceptible to
landslide
Source: MGB
Landslide Susceptibility (Ha)
Province
Debris flow Low Moderate High Very High
Abra 70 1755
Apayao 7 2955 23035 44513
Aurora 664 4139 12629 18779
Benguet 8 52 1569
Cagayan 9 51337 106892 142733 449
Ifugao 34085 37510 164751 484
Isabela 240680 162610 261335 360
Kalinga 214 50843 43145 169332 1576
Mountain Province 5 4912 38719 136238 904
Nueva Ecija 48 723 1400
Nueva Vizcaya 13651 46939 222776 4477
Quirino 27287 83348 169565 13020
Grand Total 235 426,422 54,6507 1,327,921 41,449
Source: Mines and Geoscience Bureau
Rain-induced landslide
susceptibility map for the
CRB using weights
derived from the AHP
analysis
Tuguegarao City

Solano

Source: PSA 2016


2015
POPULATION GROWTH AND PROJECTION
Post-baccalaureate
0% Academic degree holder
Pre-school

Educational
10%
3%

Attainment College undergraduate


10%

Post-secondary
Elementary 3%
40%

Source: PSA, 2015

High school
34%

• 40% and 34% of the total population are graduates of


elementary and high school, respectively
• Only about 10% of the total population have academic degrees
Employment
Wholesale and by Sector
Retail Trade; and
Transportation
Repair of Motor
and Storage
Vehicles and
11%
Motorcycles Construction
13% 7%

Other
13%
Agriculture Public
Forestry and Administrative and
Fishing Defense;
63% Compulsory Social
Security
6%

About 63% of the population in CRB Source: PSA, 2010

depend on agriculture, forestry and


fishing as source of livelihood
Poverty Incidence
70
60
50
40
2006
30
2009
20
2012
10
0
2015

Source: PSA, 2015

Most of the provinces in CAR have high poverty incidences


Subsistence Incidence

Source: PSA, 2012


Human Development Index
0.900

0.800

0.700

0.600

0.500

0.400 2003
0.300 2006
2009
0.200

0.100

0.000

Source: PSA, 2010


Water
Resources
Increasing rainfall during rainy Decreasing rainfall during summer/
season due to climate change dry month due to climate change
Cause
Problem
High Variability of Water Supply Objective
Strategy
To promote sufficiency of water supply for Program
irrigation, domestic and other uses Project

Capture excess water and improve Development of water supply systems


the efficiency and equitability of for domestic and irrigation purposes
water supply distribution system

Water Collection and Storage


Water Supply Development Program
Program

1. Development of Water Impounding 1. Construction of Water Supply System


Infrastructures in Identified Potential 2. Strategic Irrigation Development for the
Dam Sites Cagayan River Basin
2. Development of Rainwater Harvesting 3. Groundwater Conservation and
Systems Protection
Excessive soil erosion / siltation Improper waste disposal
Cause
Problem
Deteriorating Water Quality Objective
Strategy
Program
To enhance water quality and monitoring system
Project

Promote soil and water conservation Improve waste disposal system


practices

Sanitation and Solid Waste


Soil and Water Conservation Program
Management Program

1. Conservation Farming Village 1. Local Government Ecological Solid


2. Forest Landscape Restoration Waste Management Plan
2. Construction of MRF and SLF
3. Improvement of Water Quality
Monitoring System
4. Establishment of Wastewater
Treatment Facilities
Watershed
Management
Forest cover Non-conforming land
Cause loss/deforestation uses
Problem
Objective
Watershed Degradation
Strategy
Program
Improve the sustainability of forest, land, soil, biodiversity and other resources
Project including ecosystem services

Enhancement of forest
Enhancement of forest Improvement of land Watershed information
protection and
cover use practices and data management
conservation

Harmonization of CRB Management


Forest Restoration Forest Protection
CLUP, FLUP and Other Information System
Program Program
Related Plans Program

1. Forest Landscape 1. Watershed Instrumentation


Restoration 1. Enhancement of
Capability Building of 2. Comprehensive Natural
Capability of LGUs and
2. Conservation Farming Resources Assessment
DENR to Enforce Forest LGUs on IRBM, Land Use
Village (to include and Monitoring
Protection Laws and Plans Planning and Other 3. River Basin Management
upland agriculture 2. Updating of Climate
already existing in some Decision Support Tools Information and Decision
Proofed ADSDPP Support System
areas)
4. Research and
Development Project
Wetland
Management
Water pollution due to wastes
Cause Sedimentation/excessive
from commercial, agricultural
soil erosion
Problem areas and residential areas
Objective
Strategy
Declining Productivity of Wetlands
Program
To improve wetland productivity
Project

Improvement of knowledge Reduction of pollution coming


Reduction of siltation from
and understanding on wetland from commercial, agricultural
erosion
ecosystems and management and residential areas

Comprehensive Research Restoration and Sustainable Agriculture Sanitation and Solid Waste
and Development Program Conservation Program Program Management Program

1. Sustainable Farming 1. Local Government


1. Forest Landscape
1. Wetland Mapping, Project (Management Ecological Solid Waste
Restoration
Biodiversity Assessment and Monitoring of Management Plan
2. Riparian Development
and Long-Term Surface Runoff from 2. Construction of MRF and
Project
Monitoring of Wetland Agricultural Areas) SLF
Ecosystems 2. Conservation Farming 3. Improvement of Water
2. Integrated Coastal Village Quality Monitoring
Resources Management System
4. Establishment of
Wastewater Treatment
Facilities
Disaster Risk
Reduction &
Management
Excessive rainfall due to Siltation of waterways due to
Cause Improper land uses
climate change excessive soil erosion
Problem
Objective
Strategy Flood and Landslide
Program
Project To reduce risks and vulnerabilities associated with flood and landslide

Promote soil conservation practices


Enhancement of resiliency and adaptive
and restoration of watershed
capacity of flood/landslide prone areas
degraded areas

Disaster Risk Reduction and Development of Climate- Restoration and Conservation


Management Program Adaptive Structure Program of Watershed Resources

1. Improvement of Early 1. Cagayan River Flood


Warning and Forecasting Control Project (CRFCP) 1. Conservation Farming
System 2. Slope Stabilization Village
2. Designing of Relocation for 3. Construction of Sediment 2. Forest Landscape
Poor Household Exposed to Containment System Restoration
Climate Change Related
Hazards
Economic
Development
Low educational attainment Lack of sustainable livelihood
Increasing population
and lack of competitive skills opportunities

Poverty

To reduce poverty incidence

Enhancement of skills and competence of labor Stimulate economic development that will create
force more livelihood opportunities in the river basin

Quality Education and Skills Infrastructure Development Livelihood Development and


Enhancement Program Program Employment Program

1. Climate Resilient Agriculture


Technical Education and Improvement of Roads, and Fisheries
Skills Development for Poor Transportation, Power 2. Cottage-based Enterprise
Families and Telecommunication Development
Infrastructures 3. Community-based Ecotourism
Site Development
4. Payment for Ecosystem
Services
Cause Strategy 5. Livelihood Development for
Problem Program Marginalized Women, Elderly
Youth Groups and Indigenous
Objective Project People
Institutional
Development
Lack of framework to unify plans and programs of various
sectors, government agencies and LGUs

Cause
Inadequate Institutional Mechanisms for Integrated Problem
and Coordinated Basin-wide Development Objective
Strategy
To promote the integration of plans and Program
programs of various agencies and LGUs Project

Development of framework
Communication plan
and mechanisms

Capacity Development
IEC Campaign Program
Program

1. Strengthening of RBO and Institutional


Linkages 1. Cagayan River Basin Master Plan
2. Organizational Development and Caravan/Roadshow Project
Capacity Building of Existing Women’s , 2. Social Mobilization and Development
Elderly, Youth Groups, and Indigenous Program
Peoples
Investment
Plan
INSTITUTIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC <1%
DEVELOPMENT
20%

WATER RESOURCES
35%

DISASTER RISK
REDUCTION AND
MANAGEMENT
10%

WATERSHED
MANAGEMENT
34%
WETLAND
MANAGEMENT
1%

Total Cost: PHP 100.88B


45,000,000
40,136,695
40,000,000

35,000,000 32,760,320

30,000,000 27,982,685
Php (‘000)

25,000,000

20,000,000

15,000,000

10,000,000

5,000,000

0
Short-term (1-3 Years) Medium-term (4-7 Years) Long-term (8-15)
Water
Water Collection and
Storage Program
Development of Water Impounding Infrastructure in Identified
Potential Dam Sites
Project Objective:
• To construct Dams or series of SWIS in rural and sub-urban areas within the Cagayan
River Basin
• To increase agricultural production even during dry season.

Location: Upstream and middle stream of Chico River, Mallig River, Siffu River, Pared
River, Tumauini River, Ilagan River, and Ganano River.

Implementation Schedule: 1-8 years

Proposed Collaborating agency: DPWH, NIA, CRBMC


Promotion for the Construction/Installation
of Rain Water Harvester
Project Objective:
• To reduce the overall cost of water consumption through the application of different
water harvesting methods and technologies.
• To provide sustainable water supply during dry season.

Location: The provinces of Quirino, Aurora, Isabela, Abra, Mt. Province, Cagayan, Benguet,
Nueva Ecija, Apayao, Nueva Vizcaya and Kalinga.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU and building official in partnership with the Academe,
Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Water Supply
Development Program
Construction of Water Supply
System
Project Objective: To install more water supply systems in Cagayan River
Basin to cover both the existing and future water demands.

Location: Selected urbanized areas and all rural barangays in CRB

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-6 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGUs, LWUA, water districts, RWSAs, BWSAs,
and private utilities, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Strategic Irrigation Development for the Cagayan
River Basin (CRB)
Project Objective:
• To pursue the irrigation development of new areas and rehabilitation of existing
irrigation infrastructure
• To identify areas with irrigation potential, other than the NIA defined irrigable areas of
more than 100 ha with less than 3% slope, in order to increase cultivated land under
irrigation
• To assess the suitability of groundwater resources in identified specific sites for tube-
well irrigation
• To identify specific sites and assess the suitability of water harvesting and water
impoundment systems for irrigation
• To establish irrigation systems of varied scale appropriate for identified sites
• To include drainage system design as appropriate in areas experiencing water-deficit
problems during dry months and flooding during wet months; and,
• To enhance farmer capacity for irrigated agriculture and to develop the self-
management capability of beneficiaries and their organizations
Strategic Irrigation Development for the Cagayan
River Basin (CRB)
Location: Selected sites in the CRB and its sub-watersheds.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, NIA, DA-BSWM; Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Groundwater Protection and Conservation
Project Objective:
• Develop an updated groundwater potential map for the river basin (including hydrologic
and lithological properties, current level of groundwater utilization, and potential areas
for spring development);
• Identify critical groundwater recharge areas to be recommended for declaration by the
LGUs or RB council as Protection Watershed Area ;
• Conduct Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment and identify areas vulnerable to land
subsidence, saltwater intrusion or groundwater pollution/contamination; and
• Vulnerable areas should be prioritized for engineering interventions and affected areas
be prioritized for declaration as Restricted or Controlled land use zones by LGUs or RB
council.

Location: Groundwater potential zones, GW recharge areas

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 5 years

Proposed Lead Agency: NWRB, MGB, LGUs


Soil and Water
Conservation Program
Conservation Farming Village
Project Objective:
• To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands within Cagayan
River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of forest
environment;
• To enhance farmers’ adoption of Sloping Land Management technologies;
• To capacitate key groups & stakeholders in the community to better manage fragile
upland resources;
• To conduct multi-stakeholder consultations to ensure upland community development is
on sustainable basis; and
• To establish linkages for capacity building and provision of support systems for
conservation farming.

Location: Agroforestry production and all agricultural areas with greater than 18% slope

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Years 1-15 (Long-term)

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, LGU, NGOs, POs


Forest Landscape Restoration
Project Objective: To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands
within Cagayan River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of
forest environment

Location: All sites identified with a soil erosion index of greater than 5, open/barren, fallow,
grassland area will be subjected to FLR, but with varying site-specific interventions.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DILG, LGUs, NGOs/POs, Cagayan River Basin Management
Council (CRBMC)
Ecological Solid Waste
Management Program
Facilitate Compliance to Local Government
Ecological Solid Waste Management Plan
Project Objective: To ensure the protection of public health and environment and to
utilize environmentally-sound methods and waste minimization measures, including
composing, recycling, re-use, recovery, green charcoal process, and others, before
collection treatment and disposal in appropriate and environmentally sound solid
waste management facilities in accordance with ecologically sustainable
development principles.

Location: All cities and municipalities within the Cagayan River Basin

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: City/Municipal Local Government through its respective


departments/units, CRBMC
Construction of Material Recovery (MRF)
and Sanitary Landfill Facilities (SLF)
Project Objective: To ensure the protection of public health and environment and to utilize
environmentally-sound methods and waste minimization measures, including composing,
recycling, re-use, recovery, green charcoal process, and others, before collection treatment
and disposal in appropriate and environmentally sound solid waste management facilities
in accordance with ecologically sustainable development principles.

Location: Provinces within the Cagayan River Basin

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: City/Municipal Local Government through its respective


departments/units, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Water Quality Monitoring System
Project Objective:
• To establish water quality monitoring stations at every subwatershed location;
• To provide quality assurance service for the water quality monitoring station;
• To evaluate effectiveness of pollution control measures already in place;
• To conduct community-supported based monitoring station at remote subwatersheds;
To provide researchers sufficient data to evaluate water quality trends over time

Location: Subwatersheds of CRB

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-4 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR and NNWRB collaboration with Local Water District,
Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Watershed
Forest Restoration
Program
Conservation Farming Village
Project Objective:
• To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands within
Cagayan River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of forest
environment;
• To enhance farmers’ adoption of Sloping Land Management technologies;
• To capacitate key groups & stakeholders in the community to better manage fragile
upland resources;
• To conduct multi-stakeholder consultations to ensure upland community development
is on sustainable basis; and
• To establish linkages for capacity building and provision of support systems for
conservation farming.

Location: Agroforestry production and all agricultural areas with greater than 18% slope

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Years 1-15 (Long-term)

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, LGU, NGOs, POs


Forest Landscape Restoration
Project Objective: To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest
lands within Cagayan River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and
degradation of forest environment

Location: Soil erosion index >5 open/barren, fallow, grassland area will be subjected
to FLR, but with varying site-specific interventions.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DILG, LGUs, NGOs/POs, Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Forest Protection
Program
Capability of LGUs and DENR to Enforce Forest
Protection Laws and Plans
Project Objective:
• To strengthen the capability of LGUs as well as DENR in order to strictly and
effectively implement forest protection laws and policies.
• To prevent the destruction of the remaining forest resources in the river basin. As
well as to protect it from informal land squatting.

Location: Forest Areas within CRB

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-12 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, LGUs


Updating of Climate Proofed ADSDPP
Project Objective: To update the existing ADSDPP/s to incorporate
climate change and disaster risk reduction and management
considerations

Location: Areas with CADT

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-2 years

Proposed Lead Agency: NCIP, DILG, LGU, CRBMC


Harmonization of CLUP,
FLUP and other related
Plans
Capability building of LGUs on IRBM, Land Use
Planning and other Decision Support Tools
Project Objective:
• To strengthen the capacity of local government units and other stakeholders
• Expand the awareness, appreciation and develop the understanding and knowledge of
the LGUs about IRBMD
• Encourage LGUs to apply a macro perspective on management through incorporation
of IRBMD in development plans
• Enhance/build capacities of the LGUs for the effective implementation of IRBMD
projects; and,
• Mobilize support and participation of the LGUs for the Cagayan River Basin master plan

Location: Municipalities within CRB

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DILG, LGUs, Cagayan River Basin Management Council
(CRBMC)
CRB Management
Information System
Program
Watershed Instrumentation
Project Objective:
• To establish a network of instruments in the watershed to monitor climatological variables
such as rainfall, temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, and solar radiation, among
others; and,
• To install several equipment for stream monitoring such as stream discharge, stream flow,
water quality and the like in selected major subwatersheds of CRB.

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Medium term (5 years) – purchase and installation; Long
term (15 years) - monitoring

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DOST, DILG, LGUs, Cagayan River Basin Management Council
(CRBMC)
Comprehensive Natural Resources
Assessment and Monitoring
Project Objective:
• To account all natural resources in the river basin;
• To monitor impacts of external and internal factors on the river basin’s natural
resources
• To aid the watershed management council in its decision-making

Location: Basin-wide, in different natural ecosystems across altitudinal gradient

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Natural Resources Assessment - 3 years,


Monitoring - 15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DOST, DENR, SUCs, DA (BFAR, BSWM, etc.), Cagayan River
Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
River Basin Management Information and
Decision Support System
Project Objective:
• To increase utility of information from the database management system; and,
• To improve the management of CRB by providing an effective and efficient decision
support system

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule:


Short term (3 years) – Establishment of a watershed-based DSS
Long term (15 years) – Database management and monitoring

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR-RBCO, Cagayan River Basin Management Council


(CRBMC)
Emerging Research on Climate
Change Related Projects
Project Objective:
• To gain a better understanding of the river basin;
• To assess impacts of external and internal factors on the river basin; and
• To aid the watershed management council in its decision-making

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DOST, DENR, DA, SUCs, Cagayan River Basin Management
Council (CRBMC)
Wetland
Comprehensive
Research and
Development Program
Wetland Mapping, Biodiversity
Assessment and Monitoring
Project Objective: To enhance the biodiversity and productivity in wetlands

Location: The same as the established water quality monitoring stations

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Biodiversity Assessment, Mapping and


Development of Information System: 1-2 years, Biodiversity Monitoring: 1-15
years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, BFAR, DILG, LGUs, SUCs, Cagayan River
Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Integrated Coastal Resources Management
Project Objective: The project development objective is to promote sustainable
management of coastal resources and increase incomes for coastal communities

Location: Coastal area of Aparri as well as the inland riparian areas

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, NWRB, NIA, WQMA Governing Board in


collaboration with Local Water District, BFAR, Philippine Coast Guard, LGUs, SUCs,
POs, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Restoration and
Conservation Program
Forest Landscape Restoration
Project Objective: To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands
within Cagayan River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of
forest environment

Location: All sites identified with a soil erosion index of greater than 5, open/barren, fallow,
grassland area will be subjected to FLR, but with varying site-specific interventions.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DILG, LGUs, NGOs/POs, Cagayan River Basin Management
Council (CRBMC)
Riparian Development Project
Project Objective: To restore and rehabilitate riparian zones and connected
wetlands through proper management and strict enforcement of existing laws and
regulations

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, NIA, DPWH, DOTC, DILG, LGUs, SUCs, NGOs, POs,
Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Sustainable
Agriculture Program
Sustainable Farming Project
Project Objective:
• To promote judicious and Science and Technology guided use of inorganic inputs;
• To reduce if not, totally do away with wastes from agricultural practices in the river
basin; and,
• To manage and monitor surface runoff from agricultural areas

Location: Upland and lowland agricultural areas

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 year

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, DA, CRBMC


Conservation Farming Village
Project Objective:
• To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands within Cagayan
River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of forest
environment;
• To enhance farmers’ adoption of Sloping Land Management technologies;
• To capacitate key groups & stakeholders in the community to better manage fragile
upland resources;
• To conduct multi-stakeholder consultations to ensure upland community development is
on sustainable basis; and
• To establish linkages for capacity building and provision of support systems for
conservation farming.

Location: Agroforestry production and all agricultural areas with greater than 18% slope

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Years 1-15 (Long-term)

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, LGU, NGOs, POs


Ecological Solid Waste
Management Program
Facilitate Compliance to Local Government
Ecological Solid Waste Management Plan
Project Objective: To ensure the protection of public health and environment and to
utilize environmentally-sound methods and waste minimization measures, including
composing, recycling, re-use, recovery, green charcoal process, and others, before
collection treatment and disposal in appropriate and environmentally sound solid waste
management facilities in accordance with ecologically sustainable development
principles.

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: City/Municipal Local Government through its respective


departments/units, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Construction of Material Recovery (MRF) and
Sanitary Landfill Facilities (SLF)
Project Objective: To ensure the protection of public health and environment and to
utilize environmentally-sound methods and waste minimization measures, including
composing, recycling, re-use, recovery, green charcoal process, and others, before
collection treatment and disposal in appropriate and environmentally sound solid waste
management facilities in accordance with ecologically sustainable development
principles.

Location: Provinces within CRB

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: City/Municipal Local Government through its respective


departments/units, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Improvement of Water Quality Monitoring
System
Project Objective:
• To establish water quality monitoring stations at every subwatershed location;
• To provide quality assurance service for the water quality monitoring station;
• To evaluate effectiveness of pollution control measures already in place;
• To conduct community-supported based monitoring station at remote subwatersheds
• To provide researchers sufficient data to evaluate water quality trends over time

Location: Sub-watersheds

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-4 Years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR-EMB, NWRB in collaboration with Local Water District,
CRBMC
DRR and
Management
Disaster Risk
Reduction and
Management Program
Improvement of Early Warning and
Forecasting System
Project Objective:
• Enhance and strengthen localization of risk knowledge and support decision-
making
• Installation and maintenance of stream flow/water level and rainfall gauging
apparatus; and dissemination of discharge warnings or flood
warnings/information
• To strengthen the capacities of vulnerable and marginalized groups to mitigate,
prepare, respond, recover, and minimize the effects of disasters.

Location: Middle reach and lower reach of major river systems in the Cagayan River
Basin

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: NDRRMF, LDRRMF, WWF, Cagayan River Basin


Management Council (CRBMC)
Designing of Relocation Program for Poor Household
Exposed to Climate Change Related Hazards
Project Objective: This project aims to determine the climate change risks and
vulnerabilities of local communities in the river basin, which will serve as basis for
developing a relocation project or program.

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, Provincial and Municipal DRRMC in


collaboration with NGOs, Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Development of
Climate-Adaptive
Structure Program
Cagayan River Flood Control Project (CRFCP)
Project Objective: To increase the carrying capacity of the Cagayan River System
along the floodplains through construction of mega dike, dredging of river beds, and
strengthening of riverbanks near villages, towns, roads and agricultural lands.

Location: Lower, middle and upper river reaches

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-9 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DPWH, NIA, NWRB, DENR, Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Slope Stabilization Program
Project Objective:
• To identify areas susceptible to landslide or erosions.
• To plant species such as centrosema, kudzu and Collopogonium spp
• To implement different slope protection structures

Location: Hilly and landslide prone areas

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-8 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DPWH, DENR, Cagayan River Basin Management


Council (CRBMC)
Construction of Sediment Containment System
Project Objective: To construct sediment basins, traps, and barriers to contain
sediments

Location: Middle reaches of major rivers

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-8 years

Proposed Lead Agency: NWRB, DBM, WWF, DPWH, Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Restoration and
Conservation of
Watershed Resources
Forest Landscape Restoration
Project Objective: To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest
lands within Cagayan River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and
degradation of forest environment

Location: All sites identified with a soil erosion index of greater than 5, open/barren,
fallow, grassland area will be subjected to FLR, but with varying site-specific
interventions.

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, DILG, LGUs, NGOs/POs, Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Conservation Farming Village
Project Objective:
• To sustain the protection, management, and development of forest lands within Cagayan
River Basin to address the key issue on denudation and degradation of forest environment;
• To enhance farmers’ adoption of Sloping Land Management technologies;
• To capacitate key groups & stakeholders in the community to better manage fragile upland
resources;
• To conduct multi-stakeholder consultations to ensure upland community development is on
sustainable basis; and
• To establish linkages for capacity building and provision of support systems for conservation
farming.

Location: 5,850,000,000.00

Indicative Implementation Schedule: Years 1-15 (Long-term)

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, LGU, NGOs, POs


Economic
Development
Quality Education and
Skills Enhancement
Program
Technical Education and Skills Development
Scholarship for Poor Upland Families
Project Objective:
• To provide scholarship for technical skills and livelihood development training
• To provide employment opportunities both locally and abroad; and,
• To increase income

Location: Basin-wide especially upland communities

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: TESDA, CHED, SUCs, RBCO, DILG and LGUs, Cagayan River
Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Infrastructure
Development Program
Improvement of Roads, Transportation, Power and
Telecommunication Infrastructures
Project Objective:
• To construct, widen, or retrofit key existing infrastructure facilities throughout the
river basin;
• To evaluate existing facilities and transportation systems in the area;
• To retrofit key facilities and transportation systems when necessary; and
• To repair damaged facilities and transportation systems.

Location: Sub-watersheds

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DPWH, Service utility providers


Livelihood Development
and Employment
Program
Climate Resilient Agriculture and Fisheries
Project Objective:
• Increase local awareness on climate change – agriculture/fisheries interactions
• Enhance crop resiliency to climate change hence improve local income
• Mainstream best farm-based adaptation and mitigation strategies
• Identify alternative livelihood sources for fisherfolks and farmers

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-5 years

Proposed Lead Agency: Academe, NGO in partnership with DA and DENR, Cagayan
River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Cottage-based Enterprise Development
Project Objective:
• To assess the availability and abundance of non-wood raw materials;
• To determine the appropriate technologies and skills required to process raw
materials into marketable products;
• To determine potential capital sources and market for the end products through
feasibility studies; and,
• To organize and train cottage-based enterprise organization

Location: Upland farming communities

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-5 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU in partnership with DTI, DOST, DENR, DA and
NGOs (for capacity building), Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
Community-based Ecotourism Site Development
Project Objective: To protect the integrity of the river basin by providing the local
community an alternative and non-natural resource extractive rural livelihood, and
promotion of ecological awareness and cultural values appreciation.
Potential ecotourism sites such as river, waterfalls, caves, and agricultural farms in
CRB

Location:
Indicative Implementation Schedule: 10 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, DTI, DENR, Cagayan River Basin Management
Council (CRBMC)
Payment for Ecosystem Services
Project Objective:
• To identify ES prospects and potential ES buyers and sellers; and,
• To enhance the institutional and technical capacity of the institutions involved in
the management of the river basin to develop and implement PES

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 Years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, CRBMC


Livelihood Development for Marginalized
Women, Elderly, Youth Groups and IPs
Project Objective:
• To conduct livelihood trainings and seminars for women, elderly and youth, and
indigenous peoples; and,
• To provide small capital for small-business enterprises for women, elderly and youth
organizations

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-6 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, RB Council, TESDA, DTI, NCIP, Cagayan River Basin
Management Council (CRBMC)
Institutional
Capacity Development
Program
Strengthening of River Basin Organization
and Institutional Linkages
Project Objective: The project intends to equip the organization with technical
(scientific knowledge, tools and techniques) and non-technical skills (community
organizing and community mobilization) to carry out their functions, role and
mandate in ensuring the implementation of the Integrated River Basin Management
Plan (IRBMP)

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC) in


cooperation with DENR, DILG and LGUs
Organizational Development and Capacity Building
of Existing Women’s, Elderly, Youth Groups and IPs
Project Objective:
• To organize women, elderly, youth groups and indigenous people to become
partners in river basin management; and,
• To capacitate existing women, elderly, youth organizations and indigenous
people to become better partners in river basin management

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 years

Proposed Lead Agency: DILG, LGU, NCIP, RB Council, civil society and NGOs,
Cagayan River Basin Management Council (CRBMC)
IEC Campaign
Program
CRB Master Plan Caravan/Roadshow Project

Project Objective:
In general, the project aims to generate popular stakeholder support for the
implementation and adoption of River Basin master plans as the framework for
local and regional development planning.

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-3 Years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, CRBMC


Social Mobilization and Development Program
Project Objective:
• To enhance local awareness on watershed management and natural resources
conservation;
• To encourage the active participation in watershed management, development,
protection and conservation initiatives;
• To improve the capacity of local communities to effectively tackle organizational,
livelihood, and watershed management concerns;
• To build the capacity of stakeholders in the conservation and protection of the river basin;
and,
• To build their adaptive capacity to be more resilient to the impacts of climate change and
related climate induced risks.

Location: Basin-wide

Indicative Implementation Schedule: 1-15 Years

Proposed Lead Agency: DENR, SUCs, DepEd, DILG, LGU, TESDA


GOAL
Water Resources

• Well managed and maintained water resources in the


basin

OBJECTIVES
• To improve and maintain water quality in the river basin
• To manage water resources to address the increasing
demand of its various uses; and,
• To strengthen implementation of water-related laws and
policies
GOAL
Watershed Management

Well-managed and protected river basin with recognition


of local knowledge and indigenous rights

OBJECTIVES
• To rehabilitate and reforest denuded areas
• To ensure proper land use allocation in the river basin
• To develop systems that would enhance monitoring and
assessment of resources in the river basin; and,
• To recognize the importance of indigenous people and
local knowledge
Wetland Management
GOAL
Well-managed wetland and coastal ecosystems for
sustained aquatic resources

OBJECTIVES
• To manage and conserve aquatic resources; and,
• To integrate wetland management plans into other
management plans
Disaster Risk Reduction & Management

GOAL
Improved resiliency and adaptive capacities of
communities from various climate-related hazards and
impacts of climate change

OBJECTIVES
• To develop climate-adaptive structural measures and
improved designs and standards of infrastructures
• To reduce risks and impacts of climate-related hazards
and enhance coping capacities of communities
• To improve early warning systems in the river basin
GOAL
Economic Development

Sustainable and inclusive local economy that promotes


equity and opportunities to communities in the river basin

OBJECTIVES
• To provide opportunities for alternative sources of income
• To reduce poverty in the river basin
• To ensure inclusive growth and development
• To develop mechanisms for payment of environmental
services