• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Ilocos Regional Development Plan 2011-2016
 

Ilocos Regional Development Plan 2011-2016

on

  • 1,709 views

RDC Structure, IRDP 2011-2016 of Region 1, Philippines

RDC Structure, IRDP 2011-2016 of Region 1, Philippines

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,709
Views on SlideShare
1,709
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
64
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Ilocos Regional Development Plan 2011-2016 Ilocos Regional Development Plan 2011-2016 Presentation Transcript

    • By: Dir. Leonardo N. Quitos, Jr.
    • I. Vision, Goals and Targets II. Sectoral Framework, Thrust/ Strategies and Strategic Programs III. Plan Implementation - SPPBMES - RDC Structure IV. Results Monitoring - Results Framework
    • Functions: Growth Centers Growth Node Channel for Trade and Tourism Growth Spillover Access to Growth Impulses Rural Service Centers Areas Developed Area (lowland) Marginal Area (upland) Coastal Area Access Main Transport Network Inter-Regional Lateral Road Progressive, and globally competitive peoples with pro-poor and united leaders- one in sustainably promoting Region 1 as an agribusiness and tourism powerhouse in Northern Philippines
    • 1. To achieve a sustainable economic growth focusing on the region’s growth drivers (agribusiness, infrastructure, trade, tourism) and opportunities (business process outsourcing); 2. To generate employment opportunities and to ensure job security and productivity for the employed; 3. To improve competitiveness in education and manpower skills in the region; 4. To improve the state of environment and build capacities for communities to be resilient.
    • GRDP/GVA Growth Rate Targets Region 1,2011-2016 Sector 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Average GRDP Low 4.6 5.1 5.5 6.0 6.6 7.1 5.8 High 5.4 6.1 6.7 7.3 8.0 8.8 7.0 Agriculture Low 3.7 4.1 4.4 4.7 5.1 5.5 4.5 High 4.3 4.8 5.2 5.6 6.1 6.6 5.4 Industry Low 6.6 7.2 8.0 8.7 9.5 10.3 8.3 High 7.7 8.6 9.7 10.9 12.1 13.2 10.2 Services Low 4.7 5.1 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 5.7 High 5.5 6.1 6.7 7.2 7.8 8.4 6.9
    • Employment Level Targets, Region 1 CYs 2011-2016 (in Thousands) Sector 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Average Region I Low 1,918 1,962 2,009 2,058 2,109 2,162 2,036 High 1,933 1,980 2,029 2,082 2,136 2,194 2,059 Agriculture Low 727 740 753 767 782 797 761 High 733 747 761 776 792 809 770 Industry Low 288 301 315 329 345 360 323 High 290 304 318 333 349 366 327 Services Low 903 922 941 961 983 1,005 953 High 910 930 951 973 996 1,020 963
    • LOW Services,953 (47%) Agriculture,761 (37%) Industry,323 (16%) HIGH Services,963 (47%) Agriculture,770 (37%) Industry,327 (16%) Region 1: 2,036 Region 1: 2,059
    • Employment Rate, Unemployment Rate and Underemployment Rate Targets, Region I, CYs 2011-2016 Targets 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Average Employment Rate Low 91.8 91.9 92.1 92.4 92.7 93.1 93.5 92.5 High 92.3 92.6 92.9 93.3 93.8 94.3 94.9 93.5 Unemployment Low 8.2 8.1 7.9 7.9 7.3 6.9 6.5 7.5 High 7.7 7.4 7.1 6.7 6.2 5.7 5.1 6.5 Underemployment Low 13.1 12.7 12.4 12.1 11.7 11.4 11.1 12.1 High 12.9 12.6 12.2 11.9 11.5 11.2 10.8 11.9
    • Average Labor Productivity Targets, Region I, CYs 2011-2016 (in PhP) Sector 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Average Region I 23,321 24,070 24,945 25,987 27,207 28,657 25,698 Agriculture 8,529 8,708 8,913 9,153 9,430 9,758 9,082 Industry 4,110 4,336 4,609 4,942 5,345 5,832 4,862 Services 10,682 11,026 11,424 11,892 12,432 13,067 11,754
    • Poverty Incidence Among Families and Population Targets, Region I, 2011-2016 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Low 16.5 15.9 15.3 14.6 14 13.4 21.2 20.2 19.1 18.1 17 16 High 15.9 14.9 13.9 13 12 11 20.5 19.2 17.8 16.4 15 13.6 0 5 10 15 20 25
    • Sectoral Committees Industry & Tourism Agri-Business FSAFMCC StratCom Social Development RKCG RCEFA MDG-TWG RCWC RNC RTESDC ( Manpower Dev’t) Governance Environment RCSD RTWG-CRM Infrastructure A B C A B C
    • Strategies Framework for Trade, Industry and Tourism Input Credit Assistance nce Technology Market Assistance Training/ Capability Building Productivity and Quality Systems/ Tools Infrastructure Maintenance & Development Process Value- Adding Creation Production/ Investment Promotion Institutional Development And Linkages Good Manufacturing Practices Adoption of P& Q Systems/ Tools Public & Private Partnership Output SMEs/ Industries Developed Developed Tourism-Related Sites/ Facilities Skilled Human Resource Management Industry Needs Conducive Environment For doing Business Adoption/ Resilient Growth Needs Jobs/ Employment Opportunities
    •  Intensity efforts on investment promotion  Investment on economic infrastructures that will link growth nodes to the inland and rural areas  Strengthening of disaster mitigation initiatives  Labor force and industry matching
    •  Livelihood Support Programs  SME Development Programs  Investment Promotion  Productivity and Quality Programs  Eco- tourism Zone and Industrial Estate Development
    • Production/ Investment Promotion Strategies Framework for More Vibrant Agribusiness OUTPUT PROCESS INPUT Vibrant Agri- business Food Security and Safety Value Adding/ Creation Institutional Development and Linkages Good AP/MP Adoption of Appropriate Faming System Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation Value Adding/ Creation
    • Strategies Framework for Insfrastructure Development Agricultural Development Tourism/ Industrial Development Human Resource Development Infrastructure Support Poverty Reduction Ports, Airports, Access Roads, Power & Comm. AccessRoads,Power, Communication&Water Supply Irrigation,FC,FMRs,Power &Communication
    •  Infra development to support the requirement of agribusiness, tourism, industrial and human resource development  Adherence to acceptable design standards  Concerns of special groups shall be considered in the provision of infra facilities  Tap various fund sources for the region’s infra requirement (ODA/PPP)
    •  Airport and Seaport Development  Irrigation System and Water Harvesting Programs  Flood Control Programs  Road Development Programs  Renewable Energy Programs
    • Strategies Framework for Better Governance RLAs SUCs LGUs NGOs POs Capacity Programs Incentive Systems Disaster Management Trainings Information Sharing/ Interactive Forum Legal Instrument; Policies( Good Governance, Transparency , etc. Guidelines/ Circulars; Manuals on Resource Allocation and Revenue Generation Institutional Development/ Partnership Public Information; Advocacy Campaigns Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Adaptation Civic Spiritedness/ Volunteerism Performance Evaluation Monitoring the implementation of laws, rules and regulation More Adaptation; Prepared Communities Competent LGU Officials and Personnel Operational and Reliable Public Financial Management System Peaceful and Orderly Environment Accountable and Transparent RLAs and LGUs Open and Responsive Communication Schemes RLAs INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT
    •  Transforming traditional agriculture to agribusiness ventures  Aggressive investment promotion for mariculture and aquaculture and offshore fisheries development projects  Re-orientation of the tobacco industry towards market-driven products  Networking and linkaging with the private/ business sector
    •  Production, Market and Infrastructure Development Support Programs  Extension, Education and Training Services  Rural Enterprise Development  Livelihood Assistance Program  Package of Technology (POT) support services
    •  Enhance LGU capacities to improve performance and productivity through the LGPMS and other performance improvement (OPES, OPIF)  Sustain productivity and quality initiatives including ICT  Strengthen advocacy programs of RLAs, LGUs and NGOs as environmental stewards.
    •  Enhanced efficiency on revenue/tax collection measures  Improved fiscal discipline and enhance effective resource allocation  Mainstreaming of DRR+CCA in the CDPs, CLUPs and other plans of all LGUs
    •  Strict enforcement of crime prevention and suppression as well as Anti-Criminality Campaign  Continuous improvement in the delivery of basic services, implementation of laws, and eradication of corruption in government offices to help eliminate conflicts and build people’s trust towards the government.
    •  Anti- Corruption Programs/ARTA Of 2007  E-governance Programs  Productivity and Quality Programs  Revenue Collection Intensification Programs  Anti-Criminality Programs  Fiscal Management Programs
    • Strategic Framework for Special Development INPUTS PROCESS OUTPUT National/Local Policies and budget for Social Services (Health, Education, Social Welfare and Protection & Housing) Social facilities, Typhoon resistant , School building, hospitals, communication facilities Scholarship programs Training programs/ capacity building Livelihood/ financial assistance Legal instruments/ policies Infrastructure Support Facilities Health and Nutrition and Population programs /services  NGA-LGU Collaboration  LGU Support  Advocacy/IEC  Public – Private Partnership Job/Employment Opportunities Skilled/Competent Manpower Adaptive/Resilient Communities Road Network/Rural Service Centers Social Protection Schemes
    •  Intensify implementation of MDG-related programs and services  Strengthening the educational system and support services  Promote technical-vocational education and strengthen the competency program for skilled workers to match with the industry needs.  Provide adequate social protection for vulnerable groups (e.g Poor and marginal households, Ips, elderly, etc.)
    •  Strengthening assistance (financial, capabilities and management skills) provided to the poor to allow them to venture on sustainable livelihood activities  Review the provision of RA 9187 or the Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE) Law and make it more enforceable by LGUs  Spur countryside development thru agri-based industrialization; develop rural service centers and growth nodes to provided quality basic social services.
    •  Strengthen and sustain existing LGU poverty- reduction programs and projects  Strengthen implementation of laws relative to Disaster Risk Reduction and the Urban Housing and Development Act  Continue and strengthen implementation of various housing programs as well as the Public-Private partnership for housing
    •  Expand the CCT Program to increase coverage and beneficiaries  Social Protection Program  Provision of adequate support to implement RA 9994 (Expand Senior Citizen’s Act)
    •  Skills Training and Livelihood Programs  Quality Education and Scholarship Programs  Decent Housing for the Urban Poor  Health and Nutrition Programs  Disaster Preparedness Programs  Social Welfare Programs
    • Strategic Framework for Sustainably Managed Environment INPUT Policies and Plans Livelihood Assistance Law Enforcement and Regulation R&D/ Impact Assessment Studies Capability Development IEC and Social Mobilization PROCESS Large Ecosystem Management Multi-stakeholder Forestry Management Coastal Resource Management Public-Private Partnership Disaster Risk Management Climate Change Adaptation OUTPUT Habitat Protection and Restoration Environment and Natural Resources Integrity Employment and Livelihood Watershed and Water Supply Conservation Natural/ Man-made Hazards Prevention Pollution Reduction S U S T A I N A B L E M A N A G I N G E N V I R O N M E N T S T A K E H O L D E R S
    •  Holistic and large ecosystem management approach  Forestry Programs tapping the Multi- stakeholder Resource Management approach  Intensify coastal and marine resources development
    •  Employ a multi-stakeholder approach in addressing the adverse effects of climate change  Create an investment climate that would attract private investors in the conservation, protection, and rehabilitation of natural resources for biodiversity and eco-tourism purposes  Formulation and implementation of local Environment Laws to protect our environment and natural resources  Strengthen climate change adaptation and disaster risk management initiatives
    •  National Greening Program  Land Use Planning and Zonification  Integrated and Comprehensive Environmental Quality Monitoring System  DRR+CCA Program
    • Planning Programming BudgetingS S Planning Programming Budgeting Monitoring & Evaluation Implementation S S SPPBS SPPBMES
    • Other Regional Policy- making Bodies RDC Council Proper Advisory Committee ExCom Area Committee Sectoral Committees Support Committees Industry & Tourism Agri-Business PDAC (Project Development) RPMC (Project Mnotoring) RSCC (Statistical Coordination) RRC (Research) RLUC ( Land Use) DevCom ( Dev’t Comm.) ICT ( Info. & Communication) RPC (Productivity & Quality ) JOSP ( Employment) FSAFMCC StratCom Social Development RKCG RCEFA MDG-TWG RCWC RNC RTESDC ( Manpower Dev’t) Governance Environment RCSD RTWG-CRM Infrastructure ILOCOS NORTE ILOCOS SUR LA UNION PANGASINAN D A B C A B C A B C B C D A A D D A D NRO 1 POLICY Technical NRO 1 Assignments - PPFD - PMED -PDIPBD - KMD A B C D
    • Management Administrative and Technical Services Line Units NEDA as RDC Secretariat ORD KMD OD PPFD PDIPBD PMED
    •  Preparation of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP), 2011- 2016 emphasized the formulation of measures for monitoring results and desired outcomes (Section 3 on the Results, Evaluation and Monitoring Matrix (REMM))  Efforts will shift the focus from only inputs and outputs to outcomes and impacts  RM will provide the link between the results statement in the Plan to the Organizational Performance Indicator Framework (OPIF) of various government agencies  Sector outcomes will be clearly supported by both organizational outcomes and outputs
    • Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome 1: Globally Competitive Trade, Industry and Tourism Sectors Achieved Sub-sector Outcome 1: Higher Productivity Achieved Innovations System and Support Program on P&Q Intensified Skills and Livelihood Program Enhanced Jobs and Employment Opportunities Developed Sub-sector Outcome 2: Access to Technology, Financing and Market Enhance SME Development Enhanced Technology Transfer Intensified Public-Private Partnership Development Sub-sector Outcome 3: Business Climate Enhanced Better Governance Achieved Technical Assistance on P&Q Intensified Disaster Mitigation Initiatives Strengthened Product Advocacy Intensified Economic, Tourism and Industrial Zones Developed
    • Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome 1: Vibrant Agribusiness Achieved Sector Outcome 2: Access to Technology, Financing and Market Enhanced Sector Outcome 3: Business Climate Enhanced Sub- sector Outcome 1: Agri-fishery Modernized Sub-sector Outcome 2: Credit and Marketing Access Increased Sub-sector Outcome 3: Agri- business Productivity Increased Sub-sector Outcome 4: Food Sufficiency Achieved
    • Intermediate Outcome 1: Acceptable Infrastructure Design Standards Adhered To Intermediate Outcome 2: Concerns of Special Groups Considered Intermediate Outcome 3: Private and Public Investment in Infrastructure Tapped/ Increased Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome: Adequacy and Reliability of Facilities and Services Enhanced
    • Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome 1: Responsive, Efficient and Transparent Governance Practiced Sector Outcome 2: Peace and Security Situation Improved Sub-sector Outcome 1: Responsive, Efficient and Accountable Public Service Delivery Practiced Productivity and Quality Sustained Performance Measurement System Enhanced and Monitored Better Partnership among RLAs, LGUs, NGOs,/CGOs established Sub-sector Outcome 2: Corruption Curved(Private and Public Sector) Comprehensive Anti-Corruption Program Adopted Anti-corruption Advocacy Campaign Conducted Integrity Mechanism Strengthened Sub-sector 3: Access to Information and Participation in Governance Improved Enhanced Transparency through ICT Improved office Process through Automation Feedback Mechanism Enhanced Sub-sector 4: Revenue and Expenditure Management Enhanced Efficiency on Revenue /Tax Collection Advanced Fiscal Discipline and Effective Resource Allocation Improved Crime Prevention and Suppression as well as Anti-criminally campaign strictly enforced Protection on Vulnerable Sectors Promoted and Improved Collaboration Efforts of LGUs and order Member Agencies Attained People-oriented Approach to Peace and Security Promoted
    • Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome: Equitable Access to Adequate Quality Services and Assets Achieved Sub-sector Outcome 1: Better Health Status and Improved Access to Essential Health Services Sub-sector Outcome 2: Universal Access to Quality Education Achieved Sub-sector Outcome 3: Self-reliant and Empowered Individuals and Communities Achieved Sub-sector Outcome 4: Decent ,Affordable and Safe Housing Provided
    • Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction Sector Outcome 1: Resilience of Natural Systems Enhanced with Adaptation and Mitigation Capacities of Communities Sector Outcome 2: Environmental Quality for Cleaner and Healthier Environment Improved Sector Outcome 3: Natural Resources Conserved, Protected and Rehabilitated Sub-sector Outcome 1.1: Mitigating and Adaptive Capacities of Communities Improved Sub-sector 1.2: Resilience of Local Communities Enhanced Sub-sector Outcome 2.1: Pollution Levels Reduced Sub-sector 2.2: Water Supply Sustained Sub-sector 2.3: Waste Disposal Improved Sub-sector 3.1: Livelihood Packages Provided Sub-sector 3.2: Biodiversity Protected