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    • DAVAO REGIONRegion 11: One Province at a Time
    • DAVAO DEL NORTE
    • Davao del NorteGEOGRAPHY Boundaries ◦ North: Agusan del Sur ◦ South: Davao City, Davao Gulf ◦ East: Compostela Valley ◦ West: Bukidnon
    • Davao del NorteBASICS 3,463 square km Capital: Tagum 8 municipalities, 3 cities ◦ Island Garden City of Samal
    • Davao del NorteINDUSTRIES Minerals ◦ Marble, limestone, guano Paddy rice Corn Coconut Bananas ◦ Leading producer of Cavendish banana in the country (Banana Capital of the Philippines) ◦ Banana chip processing industry
    • Davao del NorteINDUSTRIES Small-scale gold mining Fish from Davao Gulf ◦ Brackish water milkfish ◦ Tilapia ◦ Shrimp ◦ Crab ◦ Freshwater catfish
    • Davao del NorteTOURISM Island Garden City of Samal ◦ Main tourist attraction ◦ 118 km stretch white sand beaches ◦ “Vanishing Island,” Sanipaan Shoal  Actually vanishes in high tide ◦ Dive spots in Talikud and Ligid Islands ◦ Mt. Puting Bato
    • DAVAO ORIENTAL
    • Davao OrientalGEOGRAPHY Boundaries ◦ North: Agusan del Sur ◦ South: Davao Gulf ◦ East: Pacific Ocean ◦ West: Compostela Valley
    • Davao OrientalBASICS 5,164 square km Largest province in Region 11 Capital: Tagum 8 municipalities, 3 cities ◦ Island Garden City of Samal
    • Davao OrientalINDUSTRIES Copra ◦ Copra production capital of the Philippines Durian, mango, pom elo Grain milling Lumber Tiles Fishing Mining ◦ Copper, nickel
    • DAVAO DEL SUR
    • Davao del SurGEOGRAPHY Boundaries: ◦ North: Davao del Norte ◦ South: Celebes Sea ◦ East: Davao Gulf ◦ West: North Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and South Cotabato
    • Davao del SurBASICS 3,934 square km 14 municipalities and 2 cities ◦ 1 independent city: Davao City  highly urbanized ◦ 1 component city: Digos  Digos used to be the capital of Davao del Sur before the split of Davao into 3 provinces in 1976
    • Davao del SurINDUSTRIES Coconut as major commercial crop Rice Corn Bananas Logging Fishing @ Davao Gulf ◦ 11 coastal municipalities
    • Davao del SurINDUSTRIES Davao City ◦ Largest city in the Philippines in terms of land area ◦ 2008 Most Livable City (Dept. of Tourism) ◦ Main commercial center ◦ Fruit cultivation  Leading exporter, worldwide
    • Davao del SurINDUSTRIES Lanzones Mining ◦ gold, silver, lead, coppe r, chromium
    • Davao del SurINDUSTRIES Durian Monument at the Davao City International Airport ◦ A symbol of Davao City’s status as top producer of said fruit
    • Davao del SurSPOTLIGHT ON DAVAO CITY Why is it that the people of Davao seem to be some of the most disciplined, making Davao an overall clean and safe place? Mayor Sara Duterte
    • Davao del SurSPOTLIGHT ON DAVAO CITY Smoking ban No fireworks on New Year! Efficient garbage collection scheme
    • COMPOSTELA VALLEY
    • Compostela ValleyGEOGRAPHY Boundaries ◦ North: Agusan del Sur ◦ West: Davao del Norte to the west ◦ East/South: Davao Oriental
    • Compostela ValleyBASICS Formerly part of Davao del Norte, became independent in 1998 3rd newest province ◦ following Dinagat Islands and Zamboanga Sibugay) 4,667 square kilometers Capital: Nabunturan 11 municipalities
    • Compostela ValleyINDUSTRIES Rice Coconut Cacao Coffee Papaya Mango Pineapple Durian Banana
    • Compostela ValleyINDUSTRIES Logging Mining ◦ Mostly gold ◦ Illegal mining
    • Compostela ValleyTRAGEDY In December 2012, a series of typhoons and landslides struck Compostela Valley ◦ Typhoon Pablo  Flash floods