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  • Reserve lines = total capacity (420,925 ) – total loads (112,248) = 308,677 PLDT reserve/vacant lines, Panay: 15,499 (as of August 2003)

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  • Provinces Covered: S ix (6) provinces (18 Cong Districts, 16 Cities, 117 mun. 4,650 bgys.) Population: 6.844 M (as of Aug. 2007 census)
      • Land Area 20,223.2 km 2
    Language/Dialects: English, Tagalog, Ilonggo, Akeanon, Karay-a GRDP (at 1985 constant prices, In Thousand Pesos): P103,272,196 (2008) Climate Dry and rainy. Dry season: Nov. to April Rainy season: May to October. Hot months: March, April, May & June Cold months: Jan., Feb., & December. Inflation Rate: 2 .7% (December 2009) (2000 = 100) Source: NSO/NSCB Western Visayas Region 6- GRDP Growth Rate (% at 1985 constant prices) (2007-2008): 4.4% 2006-2007: 7.7% 2005-2006: 4.9%
  • LABOR FORCE Source: NSO -5.78 26.1 27.7 Underemployment Rate -2.8 763,000 785,000 Underemployment 10.45 7.4 6.7 Unemployment Rate (%) 13.73 232,000 204,000 Unemployed -0.75 92.6 93.3 Employment Rate (%) 3.43 2,927,000 2,830,000 Employed 0.62 65.3 64.9 LFPR (%) 4.12 3,159,000 3,034,000 Labor Force 3.48 4,841,000 4,678,000 Household Population 15 Yrs Old & Over % Change July 2009 July 2008 Region VI Western Visayas
  • Industry Business Names Registered (2005-2009): 57,748 Source: DTI Business 2005-2009 Reg. BN New – 48,580 Renewal – 2,838 TOTAL – 57,748 BNR 2009 2008 New - 11,604 9,963 Renewal - 1,912 2,310 TOTAL - 13,516 12,273 Manufacturing
  • 2008 ESTABLISHMENT (NSO Survey, in thousands) 42 724 3,051 5,463 9,238 42 4 161 2,208 2,373 Other Community Social & Personal Services 5,061 - 992 2,580 8,633 11 - 40 1,827 1,878 Health & SW 6,366 2,498 9,091 1,843 19,798 15 19 361 503 898 Education 3,805 3,194 2,563 5,167 14,730 10 23 94 2,227 2,354 Real Estate… 2,288 460 4,971 5,393 13,112 3 4 275 1,363 1,645 Financial …. 2,589 S2 2,261 881 5,731 3 42 69 257 329 Transport, Storage & Com 42 1,594 9,958 14,017 25,569 S2 10 408 5,811 6,229 Hotels & Restau. 5,150 1,895 18,663 43,211 68,919 14 14 1,008 19,297 20,333 Wholesale & Retail 42 1,463 470 139 2,072 42 8 24 42 74 Construction 3,199 610 1,276 255 5,340 10 5 51 46 112 Elec, Gas & Water 8,359 2,020 8,267 15,889 34,535 19 15 389 7,091 7,514 Manufacturing - S1 239 62 301 - 41 4 14 18 Mining & Quarrying 42 876 1,110 343 2,329 41 5 38 92 135 Fishery 14,759 6,162 5,775 545 27,241 32 46 169 162 409 Agri, Hunting & Forestry 53,522 19,955 68,283 95,788 237,548 124 148 3,089 40,940 44,301 Reg 6-WV LARGE MEDIUM SMALL MICRO Total LARGE MEDIUM SMALL MICRO Total Total Employment Number of Establishments INDUSTRY
    • TOTAL LAND AREA (in has.) 2,022,311
    • Certified Alienable and disposable 1,354,430
    • - Agricultural 1,329,655
    • - Fishpond 24,775
    • Forest Land 667,881
    • - Certified Public & Timber Land 655,119
    • Upland 619,926
    • Mangrove 35,193
    • - Unclassified Public Land 12,762
    Source: BAS, NSCB Agriculture Major Crops Produced Crops Production Volume (in MT) 2007 2008 2009 Sugarcane 11,495,650 13,770,504 13,075,430 Palay 1,992,648 2,117,598 2,205,071 Coconut 482,719 482,735 478,313 Banana 331,546 328,171 334,507 Corn 314,613 350,259 272,844 Cassava 61,599 59,710 60,966 Mango 58,055 46,421 44,487 Camote 46,298 44,600 46,447 Eggplant 14,385 13,486 14,288 Pineapple 14,721 15,184 15,424 Tomato 10,669 9,710 9,595 Coffee 5,835 5,733 5,902 Abaca 1,338 1,679 1,568 Tobacco 278 279 310
  • Legend Resort Water Sport Golf Course Cave Falls Historical Site Source: DOT Tourism Areas DOT Registered Accredited : Hotels - 25 Restaurants - 26 Resorts - 23 Pension Houses/Inns - 5 Agri-Tourism Farm Site- 1 Travel Agencies - 16 Tourist Land Trans. - 12 # of Accredited Establishments in Boracay - 52 (As of 2009) RECEIPTS (PhP B): 2008: 36.876 2007: 34.065 2006: 31.580 983,788 228,346 1,492,818 Tourist Arrivals 2006 2007 2008 Domestic 1,371,208 1,459,183 1,560,856 Foreign 262,141 317,071 352,333 Balikbayan 84,503 76,774 92,637 TOTAL 1,717,852 1,853,028 2,005,826
  • Source: Tradeline Philippines/BOC/POs Exports (CY 2009)
  • Value of Exported Commodities & Destination (US$ M) Port of Iloilo .743 .807 7.805 82.864 2009 .046 .090 .426 .811 1.168 13.020 23.577 2007 .027 .120 .299 1.003 1.293 12.359 43.197 2008 China, India, HongKong, Thailand, Japan Coal in Bulk .019 .027 .055 .134 .220 1.132 3.562 8.124 2005 .017 .037 .017 .149 .379 .991 1.531 13.646 2006 Israel, Australia, Belgium, Spain, USA, Canada Bamboo Craft Italy Dried Mango Thailand, Vietnam Frozen Nylon Shell Italy, Germany, UK Banana Chips Germany, Italy, Korea Muscovado Sugar USA, Taiwan, Hongkong, China Assorted Marine Products & Frozen Marine Products Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, HK Steel Scrap USA, HongKong, Australia Crabmeat Destination Commodity
  • Value of Exported Commodities & Destination (US$ M) Port of Iloilo (con’t.) % Increase/ decrease 26% 133% 33% 49% 58% Source: BOC Iloilo . 92.235 .016 2009 Norway, Belgium .021 .035 .012 .014 Instant Ginger Tea Germany, UK .010 .009 .021 .013 Ginger Chews Japan .010 Frozen Cooked Anchovy China .0026 Dried Seaweeds USA .0004 .0007 Water Pearl Finished Prod/Fresh Water Pearls Vietnam .003 .012 .004 Live Lobster Vietnam .0001 Frozen Abalone USA .0003 Dried Fish USA, Norway .0037 .000093 .0003 Others:Corn Seeds/Garlic Coated Peanuts, Virgin Coco Oil 58.336 39.195 16.804 13.315 TOTAL Destination 2008 2007 2006 2005 Commodity
  • Port of Pulupandan Value of Exported Commodities & Destination (US$ M) % Increase/ decrease -43% 193% -46% 44% Source: BOC Port of Pulupandan .014 1.017 . 061 Others Japan 1.055 10.685 4.766 Aqua/Marine Italy, India, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, Dubai, Spain, Brazil, Germany, Bahrain, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Ireland, Australia, China, .163 1.094 1.038 .788 1.705 Gifts, Toys & Houseware USA, Europe, Hongkong, France .828 1.098 1.570 1.517 2.425 Garments Europe, Japan, USA, Italy 1.612 3.251 1.487 .288 .554 Processed Food 19.752 .007 .540 16.601 2009 35.448 .164 .980 28.860 2008 22.572 .264 3.652 1.299 3.062 2006 66.079 .086 .0053 2.530 .803 57.490 2007 USA, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Bangladesh, Guam 24.891 Raw Sugar 39.493 TOTAL Chitagon, Bangladesh, Guam, USA, Italy .534 Furniture Kobe, Japan .152 Muscovado Sugar Japan; Indonesia 2.023 Molasses Incheon, Korea, Malaysia 2.381 Steel Scrap Destination 2005 Commodity
  • Imports Top 10 Commodities, Jan-Dec. 2009 1,570,997,164 27,651,080.600 2. Seawater Pipes & Fittings, Clyclone & Seal, Silencer Boiler Steel Structure, Coal & Limestone Silo, Turbine Generator Anchor, Tubular Preheater Anchor Frame & Pipes, Pressure Parts Support, Condenser, etc. (Construction Materials) 21,297,375 62,300.000 10. Slaughter Line & Container 26,973,882 439,550.000 9. Steel Sheet Pile Materials 52,207,410 5,576,750.000 8. Tapioca Powder 79,724,417 150,946.200 7. Dry Milling Machine wd Accss & Parts 2,507,558,744 149,214,587.000 6. Wheat 37,934,759 3,292,676.200 5. Tiles 2,525,367,718 196,601,218.000 4. Fertilizer 353,337,036 13,528,322.000 3. Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) 1,498,604,122 56,161,250.000 1. Rice Value (PhP) Volume (kgs) Commodities
  • Source: CHED Schools Universities (Colleges/Universities) 2006-2007 As of December 2009 , the Total Number of Higher Education Institutions in the region = 149 Private Higher Education Institution = 77 Public Higher Learning Entities = 72 Aklan 17 Antique 6 Capiz 15 Guimaras 2 Iloilo 53 Neg. Occ. 41 TOTAL 134
  • Source: CHED
    • Total No. of Graduates, Western Visayas Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) Academic Year 2008-2009 = 41,297
      • 40,420 with baccalaureate titles
      • 764 with Master’s degress
      • 113 with Doctorate degree
    • Total Higher Education Enrollment for AY 2008-2009 = 197,584 , as against AY 2006-2007 enrollment which reached 190,310 or 3.8% increase
    • Business Education program = Topnotcher among the disciplines, while Agriculture, Fishery & Forestry, Arts & Sciences programs remained at the tail end of 2008 enrollment of the region
    NO. OF GRADUATES PER COURSE DISCIPLINE, SY 2004-2005 Husocom (Humanities/Social Science/Communications) 1,567 Teacher Education 6,038 Business Education 8,910 Engineering and Technology 1,939 Law and Criminology 1,507 Medical related 6,303 Information Technology 2,276 Maritime 2,293 Industrial Technology 3,098 Agri/Fishery/Forestry 1,572 Other Disciplines 432 TOTAL 36,383 Schools
  • Hospitals Hospital Source: DOH (As of 2009) PROVINCE PUBLIC BED CAPACITY PRIVATE BED CAPACITY TOTAL Aklan 8 205 4 115 12 Antique 9 235 2 45 11 Capiz 6 275 3 290 9 Guimaras 3 50 - - 3 Iloilo 17 1,462 7 1010 24 Neg. Occ. 19 975 7 922 26 TOTAL 63 3,202 24 2,382 85
  • Banks Source: NSCB (End- Sept. 2009) Regional Distribution of Banking Offices End of Sept. 2009 ( As of 2006) Province Univ. & Com. Thrift Banks Rural & Coops Total Nat’l. Ranking Aklan 16 1 21 38 37 th Antique 9 1 8 18 51 st Capiz 14 3 15 32 42 nd Guimaras 1 0 5 6 69 th Iloilo 84 23 49 156 10 th Neg. Occ. 102 14 37 153 11 th TOTAL 226 42 135 403 Total Head Offices Branches Banking System 420 76 344 Universal & Commercial Banks 225 225 Thrift Banks 60 5 55 Rural & Cooperative Banks 135 71 64
  • Legend Nat’l. Rd. Prov’l. Rd. Mun. Rd. Brgy. Rd.
    • Land Transportation Co. & Routes
    • Ceres Liner (bus):
    • Iloilo City – Kalibo/Caticlan/Buruanga/Roxas City/Culasi/Libertad/Estancia/Carles & vice versa
    • Bacolod City – San Carlos City/Cadiz City/Kabankalan City/
    • Bayawan City/Dumaguete City, Neg. Or./ Cebu City & vice versa
    Source: DPWH/ DOT/Transportation Co. Road Network Daily RO-RO Trips: Iloilo-Catiklan-Roxas, Oriental Mindoro-Calapan-Batangas-Cubao-Pasay and vice versa (Departure from Iloilo, once Daily 6:00AM; Departure from Manila twice daily 10 AM & 12PM) Bus Companies: Philtranco -P1,412 Dimple Star – P1,240 Ceres – P1,243 Contact: SM City Travel Lounge 320-3660; 320-9602
    • Susie Star, Ceres & RM Liner:
    • Iloilo - San Jose, Antique & vice versa
    (As of 2009 ) (Nov. 2009)
  • Source: LTO Number of Motor Vehicles Registered ( As of 2009)
  • Legend SEAPORTS Port of Entry Existing National Existing Municipal Proposed International Source: PPA, BOC, Various Shipping Lines Sea Transport (As of 2009) Inbound Trips Per Week Cagayan de Oro To Bacolod -1 Dipolog To Bacolod -1 Manila To Bacolod -6 Iligan To Bacolod -1 Ozamiz To Bacolod -1 Cagayan de Oro To Iloilo -1 Dipolog to Iloilo -1 Manila To Iloilo -12 Cebu To Iloilo -10 General Santos To Iloilo -5 Butuan To Iloilo -5 Oriental Mindoro To Caticlan -14 Cuyo Palawan To Iloilo -2 Shipping Lines : Negros Navigation Co. Inc., WG & A, Trans-Asia Shipping, Cokaliong Shipping Lines, Lorenzo Shipping Corp., Sulpicio Lines, Montenegro Ocean Jet, Weesam, Supercat Outbound Trips Per Week Bacolod To Cagayan de Oro -1 Bacolod To Manila -7 Bacolod To Zamboanga -1 Bacolod To Depolog -2 Bacolod To Iligan -1 Bacolod To Ozamiz -1 Iloilo to Cagayan de Oro -2 Iloilo To Manila -15 Iloilo To Zamboanga -2 Iloilo To Dipolog -1 Iloilo To Cebu -11 Iloilo To GenSan -5 Iloilo To Ozamiz -1 Iloilo To Cuyo Palawan -2 Caticlan To Orintl Mindoro -14 Total Trips Within the Region Iloilo-Bacolod & vice versa 23 trips/day
  • Legend AIRPORTS Airport of International Standard Trunkline Secondary Feeder Source: ATO , DOTC, DTI-Neg. Occ. Silay City Airport of Int’l. Standard Status: - fully operational - Inaugurated on Jan. 18, 2008 - 1 st commercial flight landed 5:50 am (Jan. 18, 2008) Air Transport Silay City (As of Nov. 2009) Iloilo Airport of Int’l. Standard located at Sta. Barbara-Cabatuan, Iloilo Fully Operational Inaugurated by Pres. Arroyo on June 13, 2007
  • Source: ATO , DOTC, DTI Prov’l. Offices Roxas-Manila-Roxas Philippine Airlines:1 flight daily Cebu Pacific: 1 flight daily Caticlan-Manila-Caticlan Seair: minimum of 10 flights daily Bacolod-Manila-Bacolod Philippine Airlines: 5 flights daily Cebu Pacific: 5 flights daily Air Philippines: 2 flight daily Bacolod-Cebu-Bacolod Air Philippines: 2 flights daily Cebu Pacific: 2 flights daily Iloilo-Manila-Iloilo Philippine Airlines: 7 flights daily Cebu Pacific : 5 flights daily Air Philippines : 2 flights daily Iloilo-Cebu-Iloilo Air Philippines : 2 flights daily Cebu Pacific : 2 flights daily Kalibo-Manila-Kalibo Philippine Airlines: 3 flights daily Cebu Pacific : 2 flights daily Zest Air : 1-2 flights daily Kalibo-Inchong, Korea-Kalibo (via Asian Spirit, temporarily stopped , will resume in December, 2009 ) Inbound : 3 flights a week (M-W-S) Outbound : 4 flights a week (T-W-F-S) Kalibo-Taichong-Kalibo & Kalibo-Taipe-Kalibo (Mandarin Airlines, twice a week, with 5 days interval after the trip) Air Transport (As of Nov. 2009)
  • Legend Power Barge Diesel Power Plant Electric Co./Coop. Geothermal Plant Panay Diesel Power Plant (PDPP I) - Dingle Geothermal Palinpinon I & II Power Barge 2 – Iloilo City Sub marine Cable19 kilometers from E.B. Magalona to San Juan, Barotac Viejo Power Barge 3 – Estancia, Iloilo Source: NEDA/NPC Power (Locations) Hydro Electric Power (Grid) 138 kv T/L Submarine Cable 69 kv T/L Power Trans-Asia- Guimaras Panay Power Corp (Global Bus. Power Corp.)- Iloilo City ( As of 2009) Note: The power being supplied to Region VI are supplied by the Visayas Grid and augmented by diesel-run IPPs. Panay Island’s power requirement is supplied by the Panay Diesel Power Plant (PDPP 1) in Dingle, Power Barge 2 in Iloilo City, Power Barge 3 in Estancia, Iloilo and Trans-Asia in Guimaras. For Iloilo City and adjacent municipalities, power is supplied by the privately-owned Panay Power Corp. Plants (Global Bus. Power Corp.).
    • Electric Coops in the Region
    • (As of Nov. 2009)
    • AKELCO (Aklan)
    • ANTECO (Antique)
    • CAPELCO (Capiz)
    • GUIMELCO (Guimaras)
    • ILECO 1, II & III (Iloilo)
    • CENECO (Neg. Occ.)
    • NOCECO (Neg. Occ.)
    • VRESCO (Neg. Occ.)
  • Power Supply and Demand Negros Island (As of 2007) Rated Capacity 193.3 MW Dependable Capacity 166.8 MW Peak Demand 195.0 MW Reserve/Deficit (28.20)MW Power Supply and Demand Panay Island (As of 2007) Rated capacity 160.60 MW Dependable Capacity 88.20 MW Peak Demand 130.00 MW Reserve/Deficit (41.80) MW Source: NEDA/NPC/PPC Power Visayas Grid Supply/Demand Profile As of March 2009 From: Luzon to Leyte-Samar (123 MW) Demand = 175 MW Capacity = 444 MW Bohol (35 MW) Demand = 50 MW Capacity = 15 MW Cebu (357 MW) Demand = 518 MW Capacity = 294 MW Negros (133 MW) Demand = 217 MW Capacity = 173 MW Panay (89 MW) Demand = 210 MW Capacity = 121 MW Present Panay Grid Power Scenario Panay Power Plants: PDPP 1 8 Mw PDPP 3 6 PB 101 10 PB 102 drydocking PB 103 12 Panit-an Modular 15 Avon, New Washington 0 Nabas Diesel 3 Trans-Asia 3 Enervantage 9 PPC/Avon River 55 TOTAL 121 Mw DEMAND 210 Mw Deficiency 89Mw Demand & Capacity (PPC1 & PPC2) (Note: PECO & ILECO Demand coming from PPC only not including supply from NPC) 2009 Oct Rated capacity 92.000 MW Net Dependable Capacity 82.000 MW PECO + ILECO 1 Peak Demand 63.531 MW Reserve/Deficit 18.469 MW
  • Source: NTC Telephone Exchange
    • 151 Telephone Exchanges
    • 339,093 Total Capacity
    • 131,395 Total Loads
    • 392,285 Installed Lines
    • 887 Cell Sites Total Smart Globe Sun
    • Aklan 88 47 28 13 Antique 64 36 26 2
    • Capiz 88 45 38 5
    • Guimaras 15 6 7 2
    • Iloilo 277 164 103 10
    • Neg. Occ. 355 190 132 33
    (As of 2009)
    • Major Local Exchange Carriers: PLDT, Islacom, Pantelco, Cruztelco,
    • Sitelco, RC Yulo, Sacatel, Victorias
    • Cellular Mobile Tel. Services (CMTS): Smart, Globe, Sun Cellular
    Telecommunications Cell Site Legend SMART GLOBE PILTEL SUN GLOBE SMART SUN EXTELCOM SMART PILTEL ISLACOM GLOBE SUN PILTEL SMART GLOBE SUN SMART GLOBE ISLACOM SUN EXTELCOM SMART PILTEL ISLACOM GLOBE SUN AKLAN ANTIQUE CAPIZ GUIMARAS ILOILO NEG. OCC.
  • Source: NSCB/PNP Crime Volume vs. Crime Solved ( 2008) Province Total Crime Volume Total Crime Solved Crime Solution Efficiency (%) Aklan 388 368 94.85% Antique 250 226 90.40% Capiz 249 227 91.16% Guimaras 234 228 97.44% Iloilo 855 808 94.50% Neg. Occ. 795 770 96.86% TOTAL for Western Visayas 2,771 2,627 94.80%
  • Source: NSCB/PNP 2008 Crime Solution Efficiency Rate
  • Source: NSCB/PNP Annual Crime Solution Efficiency Rate ( Western Visayas)
  • List of Call Centers, MT Services & BPO Company Region 6 ( Western Visayas) As of Aug. 2009 Call Centers 16 Iloilo City - 8 Bacolod City - 8 BPO 5 Iloilo City - 4 Bacolod City - 1 Medical Transcription Services 2 Iloilo City - 1 Bacolod City - 1 IT Foundations Iloilo Federation of Information Technology (IFIT) Bacolod-Negros Occidental Foundation Federation for ICT (BNeFIT)