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Comprehensive Development Plan
Municipality of Lila
CY 2011-2016
Overall Contents
Comprehensive Development Plan 2011-2016
Title Page
Message from the Honorable Mayor
Message from the Hon...
QUICK FACTS ABOUT THE
A. Brief profile and Planning Environment
 Historical Background of the Municipality 1-2
 Physical...
Local Development Investment Programs
LDIP 2011-2016
 Social Development Sector
 Economic Development Sector
 Environme...
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats
(SWOT)
 Social Development Sector
 Economic Development Sector
 Environm...
Figure
 Municipal Land Use Map
 Slope Map
 Historical Population Growth and Size
 Municipal Livestock Production
 Bus...
Tables
Historical Growth of Population
Household Population by Age Group by Sex
Population Density by Barangay
Number of M...
Tables
Land Classification
Coastal Barangays
Inventory of Road Network and Classification
Inventory of Bridges by Administ...
MTWG in Action
DevAd Economic
EnvironmentInfrastructure
MTWG in Action
SB Employees Social
LGU Employees
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
Brief History:
The Municipality of Lila is located in the Southern part
of Bohol facing the M...
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
It was 1869, the time of Spanish Regime in the
Philippines that the Spaniards discovered the ...
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
During the time, the parish of Lila was only alternately
administered by the priest stationed...
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
Lila has many springs near the cost. Most of these
springs are utilized in the irrigation of ...
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
The people along the cost go on the fishing. They catch
fling fish with the nets. Some of the...
HISTORY
Municipality of Lila
At present, there are 18 barangays in Lila all connected
with roads to the Poblacion. It has ...
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Municipality of Lila
Geographical Location
The municipality of Lila is situated at the southern p...
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Municipality of Lila
Slope. The northwestern portion of the municipality is characterized by very...
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Municipality of Lila
Hydrogeology
Lila municipality is covered with three (3) sedimentary rock
fo...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
1.0. Population
Backgrounder and general inf...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 1. HISTORICAL GROWTH OF POPULATION
Cen...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Historical Population Growth of Lila
5,243 6...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Figure 2. Population Size by Barangay
Munici...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Population Composition
The composition of Li...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 2: Household Population by Age – group...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Population Density, Gross Population Density...
SECTORAL SITUATION
Population and Social Services Sector
Municipality of Lila
Barangay
Total Population Area Per Barangay ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Education and Manpower
Development
Municipality of Lila
Accessibility of Educational Facilities
...
Sectoral Development Plan
Education and Manpower
Development
Municipality of Lila
Trends
The Participation Rate at the ele...
Sectoral Development Plan
Education and Manpower
Development
Municipality of Lila
Literacy
With regards to the people’s ab...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
Health Resources
The municipality of Lila has a full-fledge Municipa...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
The municipality has an active Local Health Board, a
supportive Loca...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
Nutrition Status
About 12.24 percent were found to be malnourished w...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
10. Lomanoy 42 2 4.76 1 2.38 3 7.14 35 2 5.71 1 2.85 3 8.57
11. Calv...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
Mortality
The leading causes of mortality in Lila over a three
year ...
Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
Municipality of Lila
Table 5: Ten Leading Causes of Mortality for the Last Three (3) Year...
Social Welfare
Municipality of Lila
Social Welfare Services and Facilities
In Lila, the social welfare services are classi...
Social Welfare
Municipality of Lila
Women Participation
Based on the Population Data (NSO 2007) females
comprised 50.58 pe...
Social Welfare
Municipality of Lila
Table 6: Inventory of Women's Organizations and Services Per Barangay in Lila
Barangay...
Social Welfare
Municipality of Lila
Table 6: Inventory of Women's Organizations and Services Per Barangay in Lila
Barangay...
Housing and Sports and Recreation
Municipality of Lila
Existing Housing Situation of the Municipality
Lila, in the 2007, h...
Housing and Sports and Recreation
Municipality of Lila
Most of the housing units in the municipality have outer walls
made...
Housing and Sports and Recreation
Municipality of Lila
Type of Building,
City/District
& Classification
Occupied
Housing
U...
Housing and Sports and Recreation
Municipality of Lila
Sports and Recreation
The youth are the most active in sports and m...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Social Sector
Municipality of Lila
Priority issues affecting the ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
AGRICULTURE
Crops Production.The municipality is predominan...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Category Area I(has.) % to Total
Crop production area
Poten...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Maguey, is one of the main sources of livelihood which, ser...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
The significance of the root crops is in their value added ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
SUPPORT FACILITY to AGRICULTURE. The Municipal Agricultural...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 9: AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Type ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Livestock and Poultry
Livestock thru poultry production is ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
180 250 350 200
45,000
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Livestock No. of Heads
Carabao 180
Cattle 250
Hog 200
Goat ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Fisheries
Fishing is one of the main sources of income and ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
TRADE, COMMERCE and INDUSTRY
The town has one central busin...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Industry. The present industries in the municipality are
ma...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Commerce. Commercial activity is largely
concentrated in th...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
This kind of development will affect the adjacent
barangay ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Majority of the establishments that applied for business
pe...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Business Permit Granted for the Past Fiv...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Local Revenue Derived from Economic Activities
for the Past...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
TOURISM
Natural and Cultural Tourism Assets
Tourism and agr...
Sectoral Development Plan
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 11: Inventory of Tourism Sites in Lila
Location Descr...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
•Priority issues/concerns af...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Major Development Problems
L...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Objectives
To in...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Utili...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Fund ...
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Economic Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Condu...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Our environment is now under pr...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Land Resource Management. The Municipality of Lila is
bl...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
The economic well being of Lila is closely tied-
up on i...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Based on the records from the Department of
Environment ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Forestry and Biodiversity. The economy of the
municipali...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Coastal/Marine Resources. The foreshore
area of the muni...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Lila has a total area of 1,021.75 hectares of
municipal ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 13: COASTAL BARANGAYS with POPULATION AND AREA in ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Mineral and Quarrying. The island province of Bohol has ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Solid and Liquid Waste. The problem on wastes in the
mun...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
The existing collection service coverage in the
municipa...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Liquid Waste. The municipality has no centralized draina...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Air Pollution. Lila is an agricultural and ecotourism to...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Noise Pollution. Noise pollution is mainly traceable to ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
The connection between local environmental threats and
c...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Lila being a coastal municipality is highly vulnerable t...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
The poor siting or location of settlements, economic
act...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
The municipal development must pro-actively
integrate a ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Critical Slopes and Severely Eroded Areas (Highly
Suscep...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Coastal/Marine Ecosystem:
Lack in involvement of the NGO...
Sectoral Development Plan
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Threats:
Sea Level Rise
Natural Calamities
Climate Chang...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Goals
Sustained ecological...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Establishment o...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Environment Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Adoption of Was...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
TRANSPORTATION
It is an accepted fact that one of the...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Road Network. Roads and bridges are very essential bo...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
ROAD
CLASSIFICATION
Road Length by Type of Pavement (...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Travel Modes. The most common and easy means of
land ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
condition and inadequate to meet the standard facilit...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Type of Bridges by
Administration
Number Length
l.m.
...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
WATER SUPPLY
Water supply in Lila comes from deep wel...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
COMMUNICATION
Communication Facilities. The entry of ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Telephone. Landline telephones are available in the
w...
Sectoral Development Plan
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Priority development issues and concerns affecting
th...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Goals
Adequate access ...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Infrastructure Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies
Provision o...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Local Government Organization and Adminis...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
The Office of the Mayor is the executive ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
These include the offices of the Municipa...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
The Department of the Interior and Local ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
This program includes the capacity develo...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 16: Municipal Employees By Educatio...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 17: Human Resources Profile in the
...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 17: Human Resources Profile in the
...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 18: Profile of Punong Barangays in ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
FISCAL MANAGEMENT
Revenue Generation. Fis...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 19: Municipal Budget for the Last 5...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
The municipal spending for the last five ...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 20: Actual Municipal Revenues and E...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
PROTECTIVE SERVICES
The Philippine Nation...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 21: Crime Incidence
Type of Offense...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Table 21: Crime Incidence
Type of Offense...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Revenue Generation
No IEC on tax campaign...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Justice and Safety
Absence of police stat...
Sectoral Development Plan
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Justice and Safety
Absence of police stat...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Framework
...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Objectives...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Create, organized and ...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
d) Legislative Output
...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Development Strategies...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
e) LGU-civil society-p...
DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES
Development Administration Sector
Municipality of Lila
Vision
A leading agri-...
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  1. 1. Comprehensive Development Plan Municipality of Lila CY 2011-2016
  2. 2. Overall Contents Comprehensive Development Plan 2011-2016 Title Page Message from the Honorable Mayor Message from the Honorable Vice Mayor Resolution Adopting the Comprehensive Development Plan (MDC and SB) Table of Contents List of Figures/Maps List of Tables Municipal Technical Working Group in Action
  3. 3. QUICK FACTS ABOUT THE A. Brief profile and Planning Environment  Historical Background of the Municipality 1-2  Physical Characteristics/Resources (Geography, slope, hydrogeology, etc.) 3-4  Thematic Maps  Demography (Population size, growth rate, density, distribution, labor force, and 5-8 Spatial Distribution by geographic location B. The Comprehensive Development Plan  Sectoral Development Plans (Devt. Challenges, Goals, Objectives, Strategies  Social 9-14  Economic 15-22  Environment 23-32  Infrastructure 33-36  Development Administration 37-45  Municipal Vision and 46  Local Development Investment Programs (LDIP) SWOT
  4. 4. Local Development Investment Programs LDIP 2011-2016  Social Development Sector  Economic Development Sector  Environment Management and Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation  Infrastructure Development Sector  Development Administration
  5. 5. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats (SWOT)  Social Development Sector  Economic Development Sector  Environment Management and Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation  Infrastructure Development Sector  Development Administration
  6. 6. Figure  Municipal Land Use Map  Slope Map  Historical Population Growth and Size  Municipal Livestock Production  Business Permit Granted for the Past 5-years  Local Revenue Derived from Economic Business  Earthquake Induced Landslide Hazard Map  Storm Surge and Rain-Induced Landslide Hazard Maps  Ground Rupture and Ground Shaking Hazard Maps  Tsunami and Liquefaction Hazard Maps Page 3 Page 4 Page 6 Page 18 Page 20 Page 20 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30
  7. 7. Tables Historical Growth of Population Household Population by Age Group by Sex Population Density by Barangay Number of Malnourished Childres Aged 0-6 Ten Leading Causes of Mortality last 3-years Women’s Organization and Services by Barangay Occupied Housing Units Agricultural Land Areas in Lila Agricultural Support Facilities Livestock Production Inventory of Tourism Sites Table 1- Page 5 Table 2- Page 7 Table 3- Page 8 Table 4- Page 10 Table 5- Page 11 Table 6- Page 12 Table 7- Page 13 Table 8- Page 15 Table 9- Page 16 Table 10- Page 17 Table 11- Page 20
  8. 8. Tables Land Classification Coastal Barangays Inventory of Road Network and Classification Inventory of Bridges by Administration Profile of Municipal Employees LGU Organizational Structure Profile of Barangay Captains Municipal Budget for the Last 5-years Actual Municipal Revenues and Expenditures Crime Incidence Table 12- Page 23 Table 13- Page 24 Table 14- Page 33 Table 15- Page 34 Table 16- Page 38 Table 17- Page 38 Table 18- Page 39
  9. 9. MTWG in Action DevAd Economic EnvironmentInfrastructure
  10. 10. MTWG in Action SB Employees Social LGU Employees
  11. 11. HISTORY Municipality of Lila Brief History: The Municipality of Lila is located in the Southern part of Bohol facing the Mindanao Sea. It is bounded in the east by the Municipality of Dimiao, in the west by the Municipality of Loay and in the north by the Municipality of Loboc and Bilar. In the middle of 19th century, Lila was only composed of barrios of the municipality of Loay and Dimiao. Later on, a town was founded named after the violet color (Lilac) of the flower called Water Lilies which were abundantly floating in a certain pool formed by a spring located at Poblacion, Lila. From the time up to 1914, the Municipal Government of Lila ceased to function. Part of this Municipality was annexed back to Dimiao and part of Loay. However, in 1915 the Municipality of Lila was re-established. The part of Lila annexed to Dimiao and the part annexed to Loay was returned to for the whole municipality of Lila again.
  12. 12. HISTORY Municipality of Lila It was 1869, the time of Spanish Regime in the Philippines that the Spaniards discovered the placed called “TINUBDAN” and found a rare beauty of nature. They were fascinated by the beautiful flowers and the crystal cool formed by a spring. In 1899 during the Spanish American war, a detachment of American Soldiers burned the headquarters of the Local Guardia Civil- an outpost of the Spanish Soldiers. During the conflagration, the municipal building, the church and the neighboring houses caught fire and were razed to the ground. The residents on the following day discovered the image of our Lady of the Holy Rosary (Virgin Del Rosario) miraculous intact and unburned among the debris and ashes. To provide a shelter for the image, the town people constructed a chapel. This was again burned by the American Soldiers. However, the same image of our Lady of the Holy Rosary was found safe and without a slightest sign of damage. Hence, the faithfuls from the time on have greatly manifested their love and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary as their Patroness.
  13. 13. HISTORY Municipality of Lila During the time, the parish of Lila was only alternately administered by the priest stationed in Loay and Dimiao due to scarcity of priests. It was only in 1921 that the priest of Lila had a residential parish. The church and the convent were only made up of light materials. Through the efforts of their successors, there had been great improvement and modifications of church and the convent. An obvious and beneficial improvement was the upliftment of the morality of the people. This is in consonance with the saying that the only constant thing in this world is “change”, and the only certain thing in this world is uncertainty. Lila has a land area of about 3,393.3962 hectares with total population of 10,801 people (NSO 2007). There is a narrow plain along the coast where the people cultivate lowland rice. The terrain is rocky and mountainous. It is the very rocky dry soil that may prove to be asset someday for the small sleepy town.
  14. 14. HISTORY Municipality of Lila Lila has many springs near the cost. Most of these springs are utilized in the irrigation of the low land rice along the coast. Since most of these springs are near the sea shore, the excess water flows into the sea. Lila has rice terraces that can be seen from the national highway. When these terraces are clean and ready for planting, one is reminded of the rice terraces of Ifugao in the Mountain Province. It is a beautiful sight to see the terraces with the water constantly flowing from the sides. The municipality has two very lazy man’s crops which hardly need tending at all. Along the coast and valleys, coconuts are grown. On the hillside, the people plant maguey where they exact fiber for weaving or export. In the interior barrios the people plant corn, cassava, camote, gabi, ubi and other root crops. Due to limited agricultural land, many people of Lila go to other towns of Bohol to work in the farm. Many become traders. They go to Mindanao, Negros and Cebu in tobacco and textiles.
  15. 15. HISTORY Municipality of Lila The people along the cost go on the fishing. They catch fling fish with the nets. Some of them do deep-sea fishing with the use of hook and line. Big fishes such us “Panit, Marang, Devil Fish, etc.” are weighing 100 kilos or more. Soda Ash has been found in Lila. According to a Japanese Technician who came to explore the place, the quantity of Soda Ash is commercial. There was already a move to start developing the Mining of the Soda Ash but up to present nothing has yet been done. Frontier Resources Incorporated, a multi million protect of the Ramires Clan and company came into birth in September 1985. It is located at kilometer 27 of this town. It was an agriculture industry which raised millions of prawns for exports. However, its operation did not last long and now it is being operated by the Marcela’s Frontier resources Incorporated owned by Alturas Group of companies.
  16. 16. HISTORY Municipality of Lila At present, there are 18 barangays in Lila all connected with roads to the Poblacion. It has three primary schools and seven elementary schools which are strategically located. There are two high schools in Poblacion. One is run by the church and the other is run by the government.
  17. 17. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Municipality of Lila Geographical Location The municipality of Lila is situated at the southern part of Bohol approximately 29 kilometers from Tagbilaran City. Particularly it is bounded by the following: North: Loboc West: Loay South: Mindanao Sea East: Dimiao Land Area. The municipality of Lila occupies a total land area of 3,393.399 hectares representing 0.82% of the total land area of Bohol province. Ninety-nine percent of the town’s land area is classified as alienable and disposable (A & D) and one percent is forestland or timberland area.
  18. 18. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Municipality of Lila Slope. The northwestern portion of the municipality is characterized by very steep terrain with slope of more than 50 percent. The central portion, from the east extending toward southwestern portion is characterized by steep terrain with slope ranging from 30 to 50%. The area along the coast is characterized by level to nearly level (0-3%), to gently sloping to undulating terrain (3-8% slope).
  19. 19. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Municipality of Lila Hydrogeology Lila municipality is covered with three (3) sedimentary rock formations. Maribojoc limestone covers approximately 36.49 sq. km of about 75.85% of municipal area. Carmen limestone covers the area in the western and eastern part for a total of 11.12 sq. km, while Quaternary Alluvial covers a relatively small area of approximately .50 sq. km along the coast in the southwest. Maribojoc limestone, which has a largest outcrop area within the municipality, is highly coralline, bedded to massive, soft, chalky, non-compact and marly. Limestone exhibits numerous sinkholes, caves and caverns, which are product of chemical weathering of carbonate rocks, characteristic for karstified terrain. Consequently, runoff occurs only during intensive rainfalls, other wise most of the effective rainfall infiltrates into underground. This formation has a good potential for groundwater development, due to its high permeatability.
  20. 20. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila 1.0. Population Backgrounder and general information on the historical growth of population, its composition and distribution of the municipality Being a coastal municipality of Bohol, the data on its population as a municipality started in the population census in 1 May 1903 which recorded a population of about 5,243 thousand. In the latest census conducted in 1 August 2007, its population has minimal increased to more than 479 persons growing at a rate of 1.09% since 2000 (Table 1). It has significantly gone down from an almost 3% population growth rate in 2000 (Figure 1). However, this is higher compared to the province’s rate of 1.06% but lower than the national rate of 2.04% in 2007. Changes in the population can also be affected by births and death in an area.
  21. 21. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Table 1. HISTORICAL GROWTH OF POPULATION Census Years: 1903-2007 Municipality of Lila Year Total Population Increase/ Decrease in Total Population Average Population Growth Rate Number % Change March 2, 1903 5,243 Dec. 31, 1918 6,514 1,271 24% 1.46% Jan. 1, 1938 7,891 1,377 21% 0.92% Oct. 1, 1948 7,693 -198 -3% -0.28% Feb. 15,1960 8,645 952 12% 0.98% May 6,1970 7,625 -1,020 -12% -1.25% May 1,1975 8,725 1,100 14% 2.73% May 1,1980 8,278 -447 -5.12% -1.05% May 1,1990 8,556 278 3% 0.33% Sept. 1,1995 9,014 458 5% 0.98% May 1,2000 10,322 1,308 15% 2.75% Aug. 1,2007 10,810 488 5% 0.93% Source: Census of Population and Housing, National Statistics Office Figure 1 shows the historical growth of Lila’s population from 1903 to 2007 in a graphical form Population, as defined by the National Statistics Office (NSO), is the total number of individuals in a territory at a specified time that covers both nationals and aliens; native and foreign-born persons, internees, refugees and other groups physically present within the borders of a planning area of the municipality, physically present at a specified time or during a census period. Information about an area's population, growth, movement, characteristics, living conditions, spatial distribution and physical resources is vital for rational policy formulation, planning and implementation
  22. 22. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Historical Population Growth of Lila 5,243 6,514 7,891 7,693 8,645 7,6258,7258,278 8,556 9,014 10,322 10,810 March 2, 1903 Dec. 31, 1918 Jan. 1, 1938 Oct. 1, 1948 Feb. 15,1960 May 6,1970 May 1,1975 May 1,1980 May 1,1990 Sept. 1,1995 May 1,2000 Aug. 1,2007 In 2007, the Municipality of Lila accounted for 0.87 percent of the total population of Bohol. Barangay Poblacion had the biggest population while Barangay Malinao West was the least populated during that same year (Figure 2-NSO 2007).
  23. 23. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Figure 2. Population Size by Barangay Municipality of Lila Population Size By Barangay 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Poblacion Nagsulay Calvario La Fortuna Taug Tiguis Lomanoy Catugasan Cayupo Candulang Macalingan Cogon Malinao West Malinao East Jambawan Bonkokan Ilaya Bonkokan Ubos Banban Series1
  24. 24. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Population Composition The composition of Lila’s population will provide information on age groupings, sex and age-dependency ratios, reproductive age group, labor force and school- age population of the municipality. Age Group and Sex Children aged 10 to 14 years comprised the largest age group in Lila in 2007, comprising 14.39 percent of the total household population; followed by age groups 5 to 9 years (11.62 percent), 15 to 19 years (9.45 percent), and 20 to 24 years (8.18 percent). The rest of the age groups had a share of less than 8.0 percent each category (Table 2).
  25. 25. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Table 2: Household Population by Age – group by Sex Municipality of Lila: Census 2007 Age group Male Female Both 0-11 mos. & 29 days 1-4 years 5-9 years 10-14 years 15-19 years 20-24 years 25-29 years 30-34 years 35-39 years 40-44 years 45-49 years 50-54 years 55-59 years 60-64 years 65-69 years 70-74 years 75-80 years 81 above 98 436 639 595 525 459 385 334 280 219 177 145 119 102 80 63 43 20 93 475 616 560 496 457 413 544 277 211 176 148 119 102 80 63 43 20 191 911 1,255 1,555 1,021 916 798 878 557 430 353 293 228 198 152 118 79 31 Source: Census of Population and Housing, National Statistics Office 2007 Of the 11,801 population of Lila in 2007, males accounted for 49.12 percent while females comprised 50.58 percent. There were more females than males in age groups 1 to 34 years.
  26. 26. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Population Density, Gross Population Density, Urban Density and Built-up Density Population density indicates the pattern of population distribution in the municipality which can serve as an indicator of urbanization of the Lila. The most densely populated barangays of the municipality are Barangays Poblacion and Nagsulay both in urban areas (Table 3). Table 3: POPULATION DENSITY BY BARANGAY: CENSUS 2007 Barangay Total Population Area Per Barangay Density Person/ 2007 (Hectares) Hectares A. Urban Barangays 1. Poblacion 1,118 37.78 29.59 2. Nagsulay 996 73.80 13.50 B. Rural Barangays 1. Calvario 890 816.64 1.09 2. La Fortuna 645 89.73 7.19 3. Taug 506 39.35 12.86
  27. 27. SECTORAL SITUATION Population and Social Services Sector Municipality of Lila Barangay Total Population Area Per Barangay Density Person/ 2007 (Hectares) Hectares 4. Tiguis 703 90.82 7.74 5. Lomanoy 448 84.51 5.30 6. Catugasan 412 159.25 2.59 7. Cayupo 187 216.04 0.87 8. Candulang 353 293.39 1.20 9. Macalingan 480 284.17 1.69 10. Cogon 430 207.27 2.07 11. Malinao West 136 154.10 0.88 12. Malinao East 815 194.89 4.18 13. Jambawan 611 292.65 2.09 14. Bonkokan Ilaya 496 235.37 2.11 15. Bonkokan Ubos 740 67.12 11.03 16. Banban 835 56.46 14.79 T o t a l 10,801 3,393.34 120.76
  28. 28. Sectoral Development Plan Education and Manpower Development Municipality of Lila Accessibility of Educational Facilities As of 2009, there were a total of thirty (30) schools in the municipality which includes eighteen (18) pre-schools, three (3) primary schools, seven (7) elementary schools and two (2) secondary schools. Most of the educational services in the municipality is provided by government with only two privately- owned (1- secondary and 1-pre-school). There are no vocational and tertiary institutions in the Municipality of Lila. The Primary and Elementary schools have comfort rooms and playgrounds and clinic facilities. Some of the school buildings require immediate repair during the planning period. Based on the existing national standards and mandatory requirements per existing laws and policies, the current number of classrooms for the elementary level is adequate for the moment.
  29. 29. Sectoral Development Plan Education and Manpower Development Municipality of Lila Trends The Participation Rate at the elementary level in Lila is quite high at 98 percent indicating that some of their students come from other areas other than the barangay where the school is located. Participation Rate is only 61.2 percent in the secondary level. However, only 76 percent of those enrolled in high school survived to 4th year in SY 2008-2009. However, it is noted that there is a high drop out rate and low completion rate in the far-flung school. One of the identified causes is the supplementary income of the household that is not sufficient to address the basic requirements of education.
  30. 30. Sectoral Development Plan Education and Manpower Development Municipality of Lila Literacy With regards to the people’s ability to react on matters where education is needed, about 92.89% of the total population is literate in both sexes. Literacy rate is high of 74.53% is high in rural areas compared to 19.65% in urban areas. Teacher-Pupil Ratio The average teacher-pupil ratio is 1:32 for elementary, 1:26 for primary; while in secondary school, the average teacher-pupil ratio is 1:40. By comparison between standard teacher-student ration, there is no urgency as to the number of teacher-student is adequate to address the requirements. However, the increasing trend (present teacher-student ration in secondary school) signifies the need for additional teachers in the near future.
  31. 31. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila Health Resources The municipality of Lila has a full-fledge Municipal Health Officer and a complement of trained health personnel, re: 1 nurse, 6 midwives, 1 medical technologist 1 dentist with 1 dental aide and 1 sanitary inspector. The regular health personnel are supported by Barangay Health Workers and Barangay Nutrition Scholars. The municipality has a main Municipal Health Center (MHC). The Municipal Health Center engages in a broad range of activities covering mostly referrals from the BHS and the preventive, promotive and curative aspects of health care. Presently, there are 18 barangay health stations (BHS) in the municipality which dispenses basic health care such as maternal and child care, immunizations, treatment of simple medical conditions, nutrition, family planning, sanitary health care, emergency treatment and health education. Of this number,
  32. 32. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila The municipality has an active Local Health Board, a supportive Local Chief Executive and SB members who are all instrumental for its regular budget for vaccines, medicines, family planning commodities and other health programs such as medical health insurance or PhilHealth Para Sa Masa for its indigents. The health center has performed better delivery of health services and medical supplies to its Barangay Health Stations.
  33. 33. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila Nutrition Status About 12.24 percent were found to be malnourished with very low malnutrition in 2007 and it decreased to 1047 percent very low 2008 (Table 4). Table 4: Number of Malnourished Children Aged 0-6 yrs Old by Barangay 2007-2008 BARANGAY Number & Percent of Malnourished Children (0-6 yrs old) Year 2007 Year 2008 Total No. Weighe d Below (Low) Below (Very Low) Total Total No. Weighed Below (Low) Below (Very Low) Total No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % A. Urban 1. Poblacion 89 8 9.00 2 2.20 10 11.23 104 7 6.73 2 1.92 9 8.65 2. Nagsulay 91 4 4.00 0 0.00 4 4.39 62 7 11.29 0 0 7 11.29 B. Rural 3 Macalingan 54 16 29.62 0 0.00 16 29.62 51 10 19.60 0 0 10 19.60 4 Candulang 30 4 13.00 0 0.00 4 13.33 32 2 6.25 0 0 2 6.25 5 Catugasan 35 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 31 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 6. Cayupo 21 1 5.00 0 0.00 1 4.76 20 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 7. La Fortuna 51 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 47 0 0.00 1 2.12 1 2.12 8. Tiguis 42 4 9.52 0 0.00 4 9.52 44 5 11.36 0 0 5 11.36 9. Taug 40 5 12.50 0 0.00 5 12.50 42 6 14.28 0 0 6 14.28
  34. 34. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila 10. Lomanoy 42 2 4.76 1 2.38 3 7.14 35 2 5.71 1 2.85 3 8.57 11. Calvario 80 18 22.50 2 2.50 20 25.00 80 8 10.00 0 0 8 10.00 12 Malinao East 73 7 9.58 1 1.36 8 10.95 72 5 6.94 0 0 5 6.94 13 Malinao West 12 1 8.33 0 0.00 1 8.33 26 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 14 Cogon 43 2 4.65 1 2.32 3 6.97 45 4 8.88 0 0 4 8.88 15 Jambawan 56 11 19.64 1 1.78 12 21.42 69 10 14.49 1 1.44 11 15.94 16 Bonkokan Ilaya 46 2 4.34 0 0.00 2 4.34 50 4 7.40 0 0 4 8.00 17 Bonkokan Ubos 60 2 5.00 0 0.00 2 3.33 66 4 6.06 0 0 4 6.00 18 Banban 99 22 22.22 1 1.00 23 23.23 88 20 22.72 2 2.27 22 25.00 T o t a l 964 109 11.3 9 0.93 118 12.24 964 94 9.75 7 0.72 101 10.47 Source: Operation Timbang (OPT) Survey Results, MHO
  35. 35. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila Mortality The leading causes of mortality in Lila over a three year period have not changed significantly. Across the years, Atherosclerotic Heart Disease, Cancer, Cerebrovascular Disease, Pneumonia and Myocardial Infarction were among the top five (5) leading cause of death in the municipality, increasing its incidence from 2006 to 2007 and decreasing in 2008 (Table5) .
  36. 36. Health, Nutrition and Sanitation Municipality of Lila Table 5: Ten Leading Causes of Mortality for the Last Three (3) Years : 2006-2008 2008 2007 2006 Causes No. of Deaths Causes No. of Deaths Causes No. of Deaths Atherosclerotic Heart Disease 11 Atherosclerotic Heart Disease 14 Atherosclerotic Heart Disease 21 Cancer 10 Cerebrovascular Disease 13 Cerebrovascular Disease 9 Cerebrovascular Disease 10 Cancer 13 Pneumonia 8 Myocardial Infarction 6 Congestive Heart Failure 10 Cancer 3 Koch's Pulmonary 4 C.O.P.D. 6 Bronchial Asthma 3 Vehicular Accident 4 Accidents 5 Ischemic Heart Disease 3 Pneumonia 3 Diabetes Mellitus 4 C.O.P.D. 2 Gastrointestinal Bleeding 3 Koch's Pulmonary 2 T. B. other Form 2 Renal Failure 3 Bronchial Asthma 2 Diabetes Mellitus 2 Pneumonia 2 Epilepsy 2 TOTALS 54 71 55 Source: Municipal Health Office/Local Civil Registrar Office
  37. 37. Social Welfare Municipality of Lila Social Welfare Services and Facilities In Lila, the social welfare services are classified into social security, individual social services and public assistance which are extended to the community particularly to children, out-of-school youth, women, the elderly, the differently-abled persons, the distressed and victims who are in crisis situations. With a minimal personnel, the office has regularly providing basic social welfare services responsive to the needs of its clients. The Municipality of Lila has 18 barangay day care centers with corresponding number of day care workers, 2- Senior Citizen Care Centers located in Barangay Poblacion and Taug. All of these facilities are managed by the local government unit under the supervision of the Municipal Social Welfare Development Office.
  38. 38. Social Welfare Municipality of Lila Women Participation Based on the Population Data (NSO 2007) females comprised 50.58 percent which is higher compared to males. Women still continue to dominate in the gender roles, however, an increasing number of them are still balancing with their reproductive, community involvement and participation in the governance. There are eighteen (18) women’s organization are registered and engaged into different group business enterprises such as food processing, production and handicraft making in the municipality (Table 6).
  39. 39. Social Welfare Municipality of Lila Table 6: Inventory of Women's Organizations and Services Per Barangay in Lila Barangay Location Name of Organizations and Type of Services Organization Member s Services Date Started Accreditat ion 1 Lomanoy Lomanoy Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 2 Taug Taug Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 3 Calvario Calvario Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 4 La Fortuna La Fortuna Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 5 Tiguis Tiguis Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 6 Catugasan Catugasan Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 7 Candulang Candulang Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 8 Poblacion Poblacion Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 9 Nagsulay Nagsulay Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited
  40. 40. Social Welfare Municipality of Lila Table 6: Inventory of Women's Organizations and Services Per Barangay in Lila Barangay Location Name of Organizations and Type of Services Organization Member s Services Date Started Accreditat ion 10 Bonkokan Ubos B. Ubos Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 11 Bonkokan Ilaya B. Ilaya Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 12 Banban Banban Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 13 Macalingan Macalingan Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 14 Cogon Cogon Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 15 Malinao East M.East Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 16 Malinao West M.West Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 17 Jambawan Jambawan Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited 18 Cayupo Cayupo Millenium Ladies Ass. Women SMEs 2001 Accredited Source: MSWDO 2008
  41. 41. Housing and Sports and Recreation Municipality of Lila Existing Housing Situation of the Municipality Lila, in the 2007, has 1,934 households with an average housing size of 5.26 persons per household. In that same year, there were 1,588 occupied housing units in the municipality. This is higher than the number of occupied housing units recorded in 2000. A ratio of one household per occupied housing unit was recorded in 2007. The same ratio was observed in 2000. Moreover, the number of persons per occupied housing unit was 5.1 persons in 2007, lower than the ratio of 5.4 persons per occupied housing unit in 2000. The average household population to occupied housing unit is 5.3 persons. Of the total housing units 1,573 are single, 2 are duplex. 7 are considered commercial/industrial/agricultural while six are considered institutional living quarters
  42. 42. Housing and Sports and Recreation Municipality of Lila Most of the housing units in the municipality have outer walls made of bamboo/sawali/cogon/nipa, and roofs made of galvanized iron/aluminum. About 58% of the total housing unit used the combination of galvanized iron for roofing and concrete, 34.3% made in cogon and nipa as roofing with combination of wood. The rest of the percentage is concrete, asbestos, and half concrete. Wood is mostly used as construction materials for outside wall, which account some 54% of the total, followed by half concrete half wood by some 29.5%, followed by 10% of Bamboo and Nipa. The rest are followed by concrete, asbestos, and makeshifts of different small percentage. Apparently, there is only a minimal need for housing units to meet the future demand of the municipality. Among the 241,193 occupied housing units in Bohol, 43.8 percent of these units had outer walls made of bamboo/sawali/cogon/nipa while 49.4 percent had roofs made of galvanized iron/aluminum. These construction materials were also the most common materials used for outer walls and roofs in 2000.
  43. 43. Housing and Sports and Recreation Municipality of Lila Type of Building, City/District & Classification Occupied Housing Units Households HH Popu- ation Ratio H’holds to Occup’d Housing Units HHs Pop’n to Occp’d Housing Total Single Duplex Commercial/Industrial/Agri’t. Institutional Living Quarters 1,588 1,573 2 7 6 1,589 1,574 2 7 6 8,554 8,506 5 21 22 1.001 1.001 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.387 5.408 2.500 3.000 3.667 Table No. 7: Occupied Housing Units, Households, Household Population By Type of Building Source: National Statistic Office 2000
  44. 44. Housing and Sports and Recreation Municipality of Lila Sports and Recreation The youth are the most active in sports and majority of them preferred the game of basketball that is found in every barangay in the municipality. Basketball Courts are the most common sports facility in all barangays that also served as venue for other sports activities. Generally, the conditions of the basketball courts are sub-standard that requires improvement.
  45. 45. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Social Sector Municipality of Lila Priority issues affecting the Sector: •Lack of prioritization program •Not updated record of families that needs social services (depressed families) •No data linkages within local agencies •Inactive Local School Board •Dilapidated school buildings •Absence of birthing facility •No regular government dentist •Irregular feeding program •No scholarship program to the poor but deserving students •Not fully secured school premises in terms of fence
  46. 46. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila AGRICULTURE Crops Production.The municipality is predominantly agricultural with natural resources that are abundant to develop agriculture in a commercial scale specifically in maguey production. Agriculture is the primary economic driver of the municipality of Lila with farming, fishing and livestock raising as its main economic activities. The present agricultural land area of the municipality represents more than 90% of its total area that are presently used or devoted to crop production. Out of the municipality’s agricultural land area, about 1,931 hectares are devoted largely to planting of various types of crops, of which a bigger portion is planted to coconut, corn and palay. In terms of production area, coconut occupies a large percentage of production seconded by corn and rice as the staple crops in the municipality. Rootcrops and fruits with a combined area of 208 hectares occupy 10.8% of the total area planted to crops ( Table 8).
  47. 47. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Category Area I(has.) % to Total Crop production area Potential Agricultural production area Area for Agriculture 1,931.00 1,311.00 3,243.00 59.54% 40.46% 100.00% Source: Municipal Agricultural Office Table 8: Agricultural Land Areas in Lila
  48. 48. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Maguey, is one of the main sources of livelihood which, serves as an alternative source of income of the people. However, the people continue to use the traditional way of fiber extraction. Different government agencies had introduced some new technique to the community to help boost the striving industry. However, many did not make use of the technology and continue the traditional fiber extraction method which, in effect limit the market value of the product. Farming activities in the inland barangays are more intensive compared to that in the coastal barangays. Root Crops. Among the root crops, it is the ubi which has significantly increased its production volume followed by camote, and cassava. The potential for ubi has already been seen with the establishment of ubi processing centers in the province, which signaled the substantial demand for the crop. With this, there is really a need to make the necessary measures that would ensure a sustainable production of good quality ubi in the municipality of Lila.
  49. 49. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila The significance of the root crops is in their value added potentials therefore, it is important that issues related to improving production and developing post-harvest technologies should be addressed as these commodities offers opportunities for possible business ventures for agribusiness. The root crops are also processed into traditional delicacies either for home consumption or small scale business enterprise as source of additional income for the women. Vegetables and Spices. Vegetables and spices are especially grown in some areas of the municipality. Presently, there are barangays whose vegetables and spices production include ampalaya, okra, eggplant and pechay. Although the municipality’s total vegetable production cannot meet its required needs basing on the supply-demand analysis, it is not considered a serious concern due to the backyard gardening practiced by most households.
  50. 50. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila SUPPORT FACILITY to AGRICULTURE. The Municipal Agricultural Officer and its staff are continuously providing agricultural extension services, for the development of the agricultural sector. These services are mainly focused on crop production, livestock and fisheries. To compliment those services, strong linkages and coordination was established with other line agencies supportive to the municipality’s concern on agricultural development. At present the municipality has communal irrigation system located in four barangays (Table 9). Other agricultural support facilities include 3- hand tractors, 29 rice threshers, plows, and 1-blower. For post-harvest support facilities these include seven (7) multi-purpose drying pavements/ solar dryers, one (1) rice mill located in Barangay Tiguis. Although, the municipality lacks the amenities of an agricultural school/ technical institution, loan and credit facility for agriculture, extension services and trainings through the Development of Agriculture (DA), Provincial Agriculture Office (PAO) and Municipal Agriculture Office (MAO) are extended by way of community organizing and development of different farming system and technologies on crops and livestock production. Farm-to-markets roads have been constructed to pave
  51. 51. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Table 9: AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT FACILITIES AND SERVICES Type of Facilities Location Number CAPACITY 1. Rice Mill Tiguis 1 2. Drying Facilities - Solar 7 barangays 7 3. Rice Thresher 7 barangays 29 4. Blowers Lomanoy 1 5. Hand Tractor Taug, Lomanoy 3 6. Poblacion 1 7. Irrigation - Communal Irrigation System (CIS) 4 barangays 1 30 hectares 8. Farm to Market Roads 18 barangays 18 Source : MAO, MPDC
  52. 52. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Livestock and Poultry Livestock thru poultry production is one of the sources of income in the municipality. It provides alternative livelihood to farmers. However, it continues to be a backyard activity basically for home consumption. The municipality has full-scale commercial livestock production of these are areas can be tapped and suitable to pasture area provided the investors would follow the basic business requirements set by LGU. Figure on livestock population of the municipality totaling 49,980 of heads in 2008. Chicken has the biggest population numbering 45,000 heads, which is more than 95% of the total livestock population followed by goat hogs, cattle, and carabao. Swine and poultry are considered “cash” alternatives to poor families, both in the mainland and island barangays. Carabao and cattle on the other hand are not only utilized as work animals in the fields and farms but are also sold during emergency cases to help defray expenses. Table 10 shows the livestock and poultry inventory of the
  53. 53. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila 180 250 350 200 45,000 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Carabao Cattle Goat Hogs Chicken Livestock Production in Lila Series1
  54. 54. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Livestock No. of Heads Carabao 180 Cattle 250 Hog 200 Goat 350 Chicken 45,000 TOTAL 22,424 Table 10 - Livestock and Poultry Production in Lila Source: Municipal Agricultural Office, 2009
  55. 55. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Fisheries Fishing is one of the main sources of income and livelihood of majority of the households along the coastal barangays. With regards to fishery, fishing activities in the municipality’s coastal barangays produce fish products mostly for local consumption. In 2008, volume of fish production from Lila reached 130 metric tons every month with an average fish catch of 150 kilograms per day. Majority of the fish catch were sold directly to their neighbors. The municipality also identified areas within its shoreline as sanctuaries. Since the municipal shoreline is much characterized to have short baseline and very deep sea waters, small time fishermen are confined to the municipal fishing ground using traditional fishing technique. At present the municipality has one (1) existing hatchery for prawn, bangus and tilapia which provided local income and employment.
  56. 56. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila TRADE, COMMERCE and INDUSTRY The town has one central business district located at Barangay Poblacion, where most business establishments are found. It is the center of commercial activities that gravitate around the public market. There are approximately 359 establishments engaging in wholesale and retail trade, service and transportation in the municipality. A number of residents of the municipality are engaged in cottage industry production such as basket (bayong), hat, and mat weaving, fish buying and selling and seaweed trading. The main cottage industry in the municipality is handicraft, which is generally the income generating activity of unemployed women and out-of-school youth. The market outlets are usually in Cebu, Manila, Mindanao, Leyte and Tagbilaran City. Other micro-level industries are manufacturing of hollow blocks, furniture making, welding shop and iron works.
  57. 57. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Industry. The present industries in the municipality are mainly involved in rice milling, hollow-blocks and furniture making, and the production of certain handicrafts like mat, hats and baskets. However, the local trading business is active especially in the areas of retail of household merchandise required and needed by the local population. These retail businesses include retailing of household and farm products, pharmacy, bakery products and construction materials. The municipality does not have a strong cottage industry whose production can be classified as a major industry. Most of those are home-based activities, consequently its trend in terms of commercial volume is limited. The absence of a more defined support mechanism for investment climate to attract investors is not present hampering the desired development of industries.
  58. 58. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Commerce. Commercial activity is largely concentrated in the Poblacion area where commercial establishments are mostly located. Commerce and trade in the municipality is minimal, it is limited to small- scale business establishments which are generally located within the municipal market premises. Majority of the commercial activities mostly fall during market day where goods coming from the barangays are displayed. During any other days most of the activities are confined to retailing services. The proximity of the municipality to the provincial capital as well as better access to transportation, is one reason why the commercial activities are very limited. However, opening of new commercial and service activities are becoming a trend. This will include financial services
  59. 59. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila This kind of development will affect the adjacent barangay in the Poblacion area, which may eventually become a part of the growing economic expansion area. Other commercial activities that have started to materialize include water refilling stations and a mobile phone shop. At present, there are 23 existing commercial establishments in Lila that are registered with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) business name registration records. These were able to employ 96 persons with a total initial capitalization of more than P2,000,000.00.
  60. 60. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Majority of the establishments that applied for business permit in the LGU are into general merchandise, restaurant, bakeshop, hair shoppe, pharmacy, agrivet supply and sari-sari store business. Majority of the establishments are located in the urban areas, specially concentrated in the Poblacion. The number of business permits granted increases every year from 2004-2008. Based on these trends, it is expected that the economic activity of the municipality will grow up and will have a positive effect on the revenue that will be generated by the LGU. The number of establishments is growing in numbers, as well as the amount of capitalization which pulls up increasing the revenue generated in the municipality.
  61. 61. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Business Permit Granted for the Past Five years in Lila Primary Secondary Tertiary Primary 4 4 4 4 5 Secondary 1 1 1 1 1 Tertiary 11 13 12 11 14 1 2 3 4 5
  62. 62. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Local Revenue Derived from Economic Activities for the Past Five Years (2004-2008) 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 1 2 3 4 5 Primary Secondary Tertiary Local Revenue Derived: CY 2004 - 2008
  63. 63. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila TOURISM Natural and Cultural Tourism Assets Tourism and agriculture have been identified as the two economic drivers of the Municipality of Lila. Since the province’ tourism industry has grown and developed significantly over the past five (5) years, the current trend and the potential for its steady growth has been seen as the number of tourist arrivals is high and investments for tourism development continue to pour in the island province bringing economic benefits to the people. The Municipality of LIla has its own eco-cultural tourist attractions to boost off that created an opportunity to pour-in investments in tourism related ventures. It plays a major role in most of the recommended tourism circuits in the province of Bohol. In the proposed Bohol tourism cluster, the municipality belongs to Cluster 4, which is the Agri-ecotourism and marine recreation in the southern seaboard of Bohol. These tourism sites offer panoramic scenery unmatched in the whole province. The affected coastal waters (15.0 km municipal waters) shall form part of the limited tourism experience, consisting of sun, beach, sea (surface and diving), mountain/ forest,
  64. 64. Sectoral Development Plan Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Table 11: Inventory of Tourism Sites in Lila Location Description Tiguis Water Glide Man-made rice terraces Cave-like cliff with significant and historical data Catugasan fresh water and white beach Nature cave Poblacion Oldest edifice church Tinugdan spring with cold crystal water White beach resort Malinao West Man-made Shrine Source: Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator 2009 Cultural Attractions Included among the town’s cultural attractions is the celebration of the annual feast day in honor of the Holy Rosary, its patron saint, celebrated every 7th day of October. It has been part of the tradition of the municipality that during fiesta day aside from the big food feast, cultural presentations are performed. It has become a yearly religious activity including in the barangays, that fiestas have been days of merriment and festivity.
  65. 65. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila •Priority issues/concerns affecting the Sector • •Lack of post-harvest equipment, machines or facilities •Lack of market development services like trade fairs/ exhibits •Low rating on credit facilitation services extended to farming households •Low percentage of farming households benefitting from agricultural extension and on-site research services •Low rating on insurance or credit facilitation services extended to fishing households •Absence of alternative and innovative assistance to fisherfolks •Low percentage of fishing households benefiting from agricultural extension •Absence of one-stop shop •No administrative body responsive in the promotion of business and industry •No provision of tax incentive to investors •No assistance on product labeling and packaging •Lack of support to job fairs •High unemployment/underemployment rate •Undeveloped tourism sites and facilities
  66. 66. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Major Development Problems Low agricultural production of other major commodities Undeveloped tourism sites and facilities Low income of the people High unemployment rate Lack of investors for economic development Development Goals Improved agricultural production Well-developed tourism industry Sustained income of the people Employment opportunities provided Enhanced economic development in the municipality
  67. 67. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Development Objectives To increase the area for crop production by 25% in 2016 To promote environment friendly production of livestock by 25% in 2016 To sustain fishery production in the area by 25 To develop the potential tourism industry in the municipality To increase employment opportunities by 25% in 2016 To increase income of the people by 25% in 2016 To increase employment rate by 25% in 2016 To provide adequate infra facilities for commercial activities in the municipality To encourage the development of industrial activities in the planning area to be able to provide employment and income opportunities
  68. 68. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Utilization of idle lands for more productive use for crop production Promotion of high yielding variety crops Strong linkage with other agencies to support agri- industrialization Develop mechanism of providing best agri-farm achiever Upgrading of livestock support facilities Promotion of sustainable and environmentally friendly technologies on crops, livestock and fishery production. Strengthening of coastal law enforcement council Encouragement of private investors
  69. 69. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Fund sourcing Improvement of infra-support facilities for tourism Ecotourism Product development Promotion and marketing Compliance to Environmental Compliance Certificate Establishment of small-medium scale enterprises Establishment of local employment center Networking and collaboration to provincial and national offices Encourage private investment promotion
  70. 70. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES, GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Economic Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Conduct information dissemination Development and upgrading of infrastructure support facilities Continuing coordination with line agencies Capability building and skills enhancement Improvement of marketing strategies for cottage industry products and agri-products.
  71. 71. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Our environment is now under pressure and we are already experiencing destruction which resulted to natural and man-made disaster, climate change and most disturbing loss of biodiversity. This would implies a renewed sense of commitment to all people in the municipality so that future generations can benefit, share and enjoy the earth’s natural resources, which means harmony between development and ecological protection. With the existence of the enhanced Poverty Database Monitoring System (PDMS) in Lila the municipality was able to identify and rank the levels of deprivation at barangays and households level and identifying areas requiring poverty reduction support. It can track the impact of specific interventions including their correlation over time and it provides spatial data on which policy decisions can be made. It is a vital tool to bring about convergence of efforts of all development partners in addressing basic social, economic and environmental problems of communities.
  72. 72. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Land Resource Management. The Municipality of Lila is blessed with high biodiversity and natural resources that play an essential role in guiding future development for agriculture, industry, tourism, settlements, culture and infrastructure in both the medium and long-term time frame. In correlation, the state of our economy and the quality of life in the area are highly dependent on climate, air, land, water, forest, marine ecosystems and biological resources. The Local Government Unit is mandated to provide the legal and holistic policy framework in the protection, conservation and wise management of the natural resources and the environment, rational use of coastal/marine resources, water and biodiversity. It is important that policy-makers and the constituents are well- informed on the relevant concerns confronting environment issues in order to attain a balanced and healthy ecology.
  73. 73. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila The economic well being of Lila is closely tied- up on its natural resources. The municipality’s development thrust is geared towards sustainable utilization of its resources, through proper and appropriate environmental and natural resource management. The planning area shall focus more in the protection and enhancement of the quality of the environment. Lands and coastal areas that are potential in the Municipality of Lila whose use must be protected shall be declared as lands under full protection.
  74. 74. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Based on the records from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the municipality of Lila has a total land area of 3,393.39 hectares. Ninety-nine percent or 3,362.39 hectares is alienable and disposable lands and one percent or 31 hectares is timberland or forestlands (Table 12).Land Classification Area (has.) Percentage Alienable and Disposable 3,362.39 99% Timberland or Forestland 31.00 1% T o t a l 3,393.39 100%
  75. 75. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Forestry and Biodiversity. The economy of the municipality is predominantly based on its natural resources. Based on the assessment and evaluation of the existing natural capital stock, the municipality has experiencing illegal cutting of trees. This alarming state of natural forest resources is eventually reflected in its social and economic performances, particularly in its based negative trade balance. Population pressure and growth further intensify the demand on forest resources. The thirty-one (31) hectares classified as timberland in the municipality of Lila is located in the upland barangays of Calvario and Jambawan which are currently developed for agro-forestry and directly managed by the local government unit. To sustain these projects the LGU of Lila is encouraged to enhance the
  76. 76. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Coastal/Marine Resources. The foreshore area of the municipality of Lila is occupied by a mixture of dwellers who are occupying along the coastline. Some of the houses along the coast have constructed their water-sealed toilets. The lifestyles of these residents had significantly affected the water quality. Lila has eight (8) existing marine sanctuaries located in the coastal barangays of Tiguis, Lomanoy, Catugasan, Poblacion, Nagsulay, Malinao East, Bonkokan Ubos and Banban.
  77. 77. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Lila has a total area of 1,021.75 hectares of municipal waters and has a total shoreline length excluding offshore islands of 11 kilometers. It has ten (10) coastal barangays in the mainland having a total population of 7,051 (NSO 2007) as shown in Table 13. Roughly seventy (70) percent of the town’s population is directly dependent on fishing and fisheries- related activities as major sources of income.
  78. 78. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Table 13: COASTAL BARANGAYS with POPULATION AND AREA in the Land Population Name of Barangays Area 1990 1995 2000 2007 (Mainland) (Hectares) Coastal (Mainland Barangays) 1. Tiguis 90.828 553 678 749 703 2. Taug 39.354 459 465 503 506 3. Lomanoy 84.512 303 336 455 446 4. Catugasan 159.251 251 242 316 412 5. Poblacion 37.780 877 991 1,067 1,118 6. Macalingan 284.176 447 461 471 480 7. Nagsulay 73.803 687 840 938 996 8. Malinao East 194.893 608 636 744 815 9. Bonkokan Ubos 0.680 478 518 683 740 10. Banban 56.470 586 648 761 835 TOTAL 1,021.75 5,249.00 5,815.00 6,687.00 7,051.00 Source: PPDO 2008
  79. 79. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Mineral and Quarrying. The island province of Bohol has a vast deposits of metals and minerals e.g. limestones, manganese, silica, dolomite, gold, deorite, chromite, rock phosphate, guano(organic fertilizers) and pebbles (source: Mines and Geo-Sciences Bureau, Cebu Region 7). Large portion of the area was already applied for Mineral Production Sharing Agreements (MPSA) highlighted in pink color. Lila is abundant in soda ash mineral that covers an area of 600 hectares. This type of mineral resource is reserved for production and is expected to increase its financial and economic status of the municipality and the people. It is located in the barangay of Tiguis, La Fortuna, Calvario, Lomanoy and Catugasan. Future developments in relation to mining shall follow the existing Mining Law in the Philippines without sacrificing the negative impacts of the environment. There are existing activities related to quarrying and these can be found in barangay Lomanoy, Macalingan, Malinao
  80. 80. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Solid and Liquid Waste. The problem on wastes in the municipality is intense but it is widely felt both in urban and rural areas as a consequence of development and human activities. Despite this alarming situation, current initiatives to address aggravating waste problems have been instituted by the local government unit of Lila. The present waste profile warrants a more comprehensive and integrated approach to solve the problem for both liquid and solid wastes. Increasing population and continued influx of tourists, transients, and economic activities directly affect the increase in the volume of solid wastes in municipality. Open dumping, burning and throwing anywhere and dumping in rivers and seas are most widely practiced system of disposing garbage in the town.
  81. 81. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila The existing collection service coverage in the municipality is extended only in the Poblacion and nearby barangays. There are personnel assigned in the solid waste management which includes the streets and plaza cleaners and dumpsite maintenance with one dump truck operating everyday. The municipality has formulated the 10-year solid waste management plan wherein all the barangays had established the materials recovery facility.
  82. 82. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Liquid Waste. The municipality has no centralized drainage system and sewerage system. Being a coastal municipality there is a prevalent problem on sanitation due to congestion of inhabitants residing in the area. Water pollution is evident everywhere in urbanizing and non-urbanizing municipalities. Sources of water contamination basically come from domestic, agricultural and industrial wastes. These would include the contaminated water and sewage from residential and institutional areas, leachate from solid waste dumps, open pigpens, industrial effluent and storm water. Some farmers still use the old method of upland farming which is the slash-and-burn cultivation which poses problems to the lowland areas devoted to rice and corn production and eventually it would affect water supply in the municipality. There is no strict supervision and monitoring in the construction of septic tanks, hence, many septic vaults have been improperly designed which has resulted in fecal contamination of water resources and degradation of aquifer water.
  83. 83. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Air Pollution. Lila is an agricultural and ecotourism town with fresh air and pleasant environment. It is free from industrial air and noise pollution. At present the current state of air quality in the municipality is generally not alarming due to the fact that there are only a few small scale industrial establishments. However, economic activities like agri-industrialization may boost in the area considering of its potential and eventually the occurrence both air and noise pollution may arise in the future. Among the major sources of air pollution are generated from jeepneys, buses, welding shops, barbecue businesses, burning of rice hulls and rice straw, open dump sites, indiscriminate urination, piggery and poultry odors. Three other contributing short term factors are dust coming from unpaved roads, arbitrary burning of household and agricultural wastes. The concentration of air pollution is made worse by the nature or kind of fuel used. Therefore, the municipal government recognized the problem that there are industries, transportation equipment, motor vehicles and quarry operations emitting both air pollutants and noise and that these should be controlled.
  84. 84. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Noise Pollution. Noise pollution is mainly traceable to the operations of mechanical equipment and machineries of small industrial and manufacturing firms and construction activities. Aside from these sources, noise also emanates from the transport operations e.g. highways, buildings and major thoroughfares. The main sources of noise pollution in the municipality are coming from big buses, trucks and motorcycles that pass along the highways and major arterial roads. Educational institutions situated near street or other noise sources may also have trouble in classrooms with students hearing the teachers. Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Climate change is now being felt in our municipality and the rest of the world. Rising temperature, erratic weather conditions, rainfall distribution, flooding and sea level rise are just few of the concrete evidence that climate change is unfolding and happening. Impacts of this change have affected our forestry, biodiversity, water, agricultural and fishery resources and even cultural assets. It has a wide-range adverse impact on human health with significant loss of life. Thus, for sustainability, these resources should be managed to
  85. 85. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila The connection between local environmental threats and climate change is raising increasing concerns among local government units. It is in the context that local government must and can play a major role in implementing measures on climate change mitigation and adaptation due to their authority to control the necessary changes. Disaster Risk Reduction Environmental risk exists if an area is exposed to certain levels of danger because of its location, surrounding features or proximity to certain objects or activities. This includes the effects of natural phenomena such as hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, flooding and tsunami. These phenomena or natural hazards expose the lives and properties of people to undue harm. They have profound effect to ecological systems, even to the national and worldwide extent. Citizens need to be educated on this type
  86. 86. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Lila being a coastal municipality is highly vulnerable to natural disasters e.g. earthquake induced landslide, storm surges, tsunami, ground shaking, liquefaction, rain-induced landslide, tropical cyclones and sea-level rise (as shown in the maps: source (Multi-Geo-Hazard Maps of Bohol thru the Hazard Mapping and Assessment for Effective Community-Based Disaster Risk Management, the 1st-component of the READY Project implemented in the province since February 2007). As such, the municipality has been incurring significant economic and environmental damages from natural and man-made disasters estimated. In contrast, the level of calamity fund to the costs of damage presents a real enormous financing gap. Moreover, the limited financial resources are channeled to reconstruction and rehabilitation rather than meeting the
  87. 87. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila The poor siting or location of settlements, economic activities and infrastructures, inappropriate use of resources and rapid urban growth exert pressure resulting to further degradation to the environment and spawn more vulnerable communities. In the event of calamities due to natural hazards, vulnerable communities may not be able to cope and hence will results in a disaster which will eventually lead to risk accumulation and bigger losses when disaster occurs in the area.
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  95. 95. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila The municipal development must pro-actively integrate a mechanism to prevent adverse impacts on the critical resources and exposure of people and property to danger due to natural hazards such as flooding, tsunami, sea level rise, earthquakes, typhoons and including man-made hazards. It is therefore imperative to balance economic growth with environmental and natural resources conservation and wise use for the progress and sustainable development of the island.
  96. 96. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Critical Slopes and Severely Eroded Areas (Highly Susceptable to Erosion).Areas with slope of 50% and above are categorized as critical slopes are located at Calvario, Jambawan, Macalingan, Cogon, Malinao East, Malinao West, Candulang, Cayupop, Catugasan, Lomanoy, La Fortuna and Bonkokan Ilaya. Priority issues and concerns affecting the Sector Forest Ecosystem: Absence of forest development plan Incomplete data on NGO’s,PO or Private sector involved in the protection of forest No actual inventory of forest reserved Illegal cutting of trees
  97. 97. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Coastal/Marine Ecosystem: Lack in involvement of the NGO’s, PO’s, private sector and general public in the protection and management of coastal areas No integration of coastal marine resource rehabilitation and protection in the CDP Illegal fishing Urban Management: SWMB is partially functional e.i. the SWMB did not meet regularly Pollution control program is not integrated in comprehensive development plan Not all barangays are covered with collection Operation of controlled dumpsite is weak Lack of filtration facilities No garbage truck Prevalence burning of solid waste
  98. 98. Sectoral Development Plan Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Threats: Sea Level Rise Natural Calamities Climate Change Major Development Problems Depletion of forest, mineral and coastal Resources Increasing pollution level of land and water in the municipality Prone to natural disaster
  99. 99. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Development Goals Sustained ecological balance Maintained healthy and clean environment Ensured safety of life, property and natural resources Development Objectives To increase the forest cover by 10 % in 2016 To identify potential areas for mineral development To expand the area for coastal resource management To reduce the volume of waste generated in the municipality by 75% in 2016 To provide adequate monitoring surveillance system To protect the safety of lives, property and natural resources from damage to disaster and natural
  100. 100. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Establishment of Municipal and Barangay Nurseries Development and enactment of Municipal Ordinances and policies Integration of forest land use plan to CLUP. Intensive research and planning for mineral production and utilization Re-establishment of Marine Protected area. Upgrading of coastal management facility and equipments. Strict enforcement of RA 9003 “Ecological Solid Waste Management Act” Institute monitoring and evaluation system Continuing IEC
  101. 101. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBECTIVES and STRATEGIES Environment Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Adoption of Waste Segregation at source Maintenance of Materials Recovery Facility to all barangays Mainstreaming Disaster Risk and Climate Change adaptation to local planning process of the municipality Reconstituting Municipal Disaster Coordinating Body Capacity development for hazards vulnerability and assessment Institutionalization of local office to handle environment initiatives
  102. 102. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila TRANSPORTATION It is an accepted fact that one of the factors that ensure economic growth and development is the availability and efficiency of transportation facilities and infrastructure. Lila has 18 barangays located closely to each other and is easily accessible by all means of transportation. However, due to its inadequate and inefficient farm to market roads specifically agricultural products could not be easily and conveniently transported to the markets and other business establishments of the municipality.
  103. 103. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Road Network. Roads and bridges are very essential both in rural and urban areas especially in the transport of agricultural produce from the area of production to the market business center of the town. It facilitates in the accessibility and mobility of the people in general and promote adequate and efficient delivery of basic services. The municipality of Lila has a total is served with a total length of 54.48 Kilometer of road network that are classified into four: the national is 7.7 kilometers, provincial is 5.23 kilometers, municipal is 3.69 kilometers and barangay is 37.86% kilometers (see Table 14). The stretch of these roads is predominantly paved with gravelled road that comprises to 38.11 kilometers, concreted is kilometers and asphalt road is 6.50 kilometers. The road network of the municipality is broken down as to type of pavement such as: concrete paved is 9.87 kilometers, asphalt is 6.50 kilometers, and graveled is
  104. 104. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila ROAD CLASSIFICATION Road Length by Type of Pavement (Kms.) Concrete Asphalt Gravel Earth Total National 1.20 6.50 0 0 7.70 Provincial 1.36 0 3.87 0 5.23 Municipal 3.23 0 .46 0 3.69 Barangay 4.08 0 33.78 0 37.86 Total 9.87 6.50 38.11 0 54.48 Table 14: ROAD NETWORK AND CLASSIFICATION OF LILA Source: DPWH, CY 2006
  105. 105. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Travel Modes. The most common and easy means of land transportation is the single motorcycles which is popularly known as “Habal-Habal”. Habal-Habal is an inter-barangay land transportation in the municipality. Jeepneys, plying the route Tagbilaran-Lila vice versa are available with an interval of 15 minutes each travel. Bus plying fromTagbilaran to Ubay is another means of transportation in the municipality. Bus Terminal/Parking Space. The available terminal or parking area is located at Poblacion infront of the public market to accommodate jeepneys and motorcycles known as habal-habal. The existing terminal has no facilities except for parking space, which is temporary
  106. 106. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila condition and inadequate to meet the standard facilities for terminal like waiting sheds and passenger lounges. Bridges. The municipality has twenty-two (22) existing bridges comprising to 219 linear meters respectively (Table 15) that are classified into national, municipal and barangay. Fourteen (14) of them belong to the national, one (1) is municipal and seven (7) are barangay. Twenty- one bridges are already reinforced concrete deck girders and only one is made of timber or wood.
  107. 107. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Type of Bridges by Administration Number Length l.m. Percent to Total % National 14 141 64.38% Municipal 1 6 2.74% Barangay 7 72 32.88% Total 22 219 100% Table 15: Bridges by Type of Administration Source: DPWH, CY 2008 POWER SUPPLY The source of electricity in Lila comes from the Bohol Electric Cooperative I (BOHECO I). Although all barangays have access to power supply, not all households have opted to have their individual household connections. Based on the 2007 NSO Population data, there are 1,934 households in 18 barangays. According to the latest report of BOHECO I, only ninety-eight (98) percent of the total households potential for connections are served with electricity and the remaining two (2) percent are still to be served due to inaccessibility of roads in remote area that hinders the connection of
  108. 108. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila WATER SUPPLY Water supply in Lila comes from deep wells, open dug wells and shallow wells located in different barangays. A total of ninety (90) percent are served with level 1, 2, and 3 water system. Among the areas that are served with waterworks system are Poblacion, Banban, Candulang, Tiguis, Jambawan, Cayupo, Malinao East and West, Bonkokan Ilaya and Ubos and Cogon. While the other barangays are served by a mixture of Level II or communal faucet and Level I system. The water demand of the municipality is directly related to the population. The bulk of the water consumption is coming from domestic user followed by commercial and industrial consumers.
  109. 109. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila COMMUNICATION Communication Facilities. The entry of modern communication facilities complemented by telecommunication facilities and tri-media network has provided the people of Lila to greater access to information and technology and fast business and personal contacts. Among the type of communication facilities available in the municipality are the following: 1) radio facilities by the Bohol Law Enforcement Communication System (BLECS); 2) telecommunication that served the household level; 3) Globelines (landlines and cellphones); 4) internet café; Globelines, SMART Companies and Sun Cellular. Access to basic communication facilities such as telephone services, cellular phones including postal services is vital towards
  110. 110. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Telephone. Landline telephones are available in the whole Municipality through INNOVE. At present, Besides providing landline communications, internet is also available through this facility. Cellphone users can get a signal in Lila. Postal and Telegraphic Offices. The Philippine Postal Corporation caters the postal and telegraphic services to the municipality carrying of letters from the town which has a total population of 10,801 (NSO 2007). Despite of advance modern communication technology, the postal service is the most affordable type of communication in the rural areas and urban areas. Postal delivery to different barangays is not a problem due to the availability of service motorcycle of the letter carrier. Distribution and acceptance of mail and parcel are being
  111. 111. Sectoral Development Plan Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Priority development issues and concerns affecting the Sector Limited Budget for heavy equipment Less Technical Trainings & Seminars Budgetary Constraints Lack of Survey Instruments Inadequate financial, human and technical resources Prone to natural disaster Development Threats: El Nino/ La Nina Typhoon Tsunami Earthquake zone
  112. 112. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Development Goals Adequate access infrastructure facilities Effective human & technical personnel Safety measure pre, during and post disaster Development Objectives To provide better mobility in the municipality To improve the technical capability of the personnel To reduce damage of property , loss of life from natural hazards
  113. 113. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Infrastructure Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies Provision of sufficient allocation for infra technical services Capability building Maintenance of infrastructure facilities and services Reactivation of Local Disaster Coordinating Body Provision of early warning
  114. 114. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Local Government Organization and Administrative Structures & Functions The Local Government Unit of Lila provides primarily the general function of government for the coordination and delivery of basic, regular and direct services and effective governance of the people within its territorial jurisdiction. It exercises the governmental and corporate powers. Governmental powers include police power, power of eminent domain and power of taxation. To effectively deliver basic services, the municipality has its own organizational directive that composed primarily of the Executive and Legislative Body administered by the Honorable Mayor and the Honorable Vice Mayor, respectively.
  115. 115. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila The Office of the Mayor is the executive arm of the municipality which is responsible for the overall administration of the locality and shall exercise the powers and functions necessary for the general welfare of the municipality and its populace. While, the Office of the Sangguniang Bayan is the legislative branch of the LGU which shall enact ordinances, adopt resolutions and appropriate funds for the general welfare of the municipality and its constituents, in accordance with the Local Government Code of 1991 and other pertinent laws. The organizational structure follows the line management system. Directly below the office of the mayor are the various mandated departments and offices with specific functions that put into action the thrust as mandated by law.
  116. 116. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila These include the offices of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, Municipal Treasurer, Municipal Assessor, Municipal Budget Officer, Municipal Civil Registrar, Municipal Accountant, Municipal Health Officer, Municipal Engineer, Municipal Social Welfare Officer, Municipal Agriculture Officer and the National Government agencies operating in the municipality performing their specific mandates (see Table 16, 17 & 18). The Local Chief Executive provides the development direction and, it encourages the organization to strengthen partnership with the Non- Government organization (NGOs) and People’s Organization (PO’s) which are engines in accelerating local development. Along this line, Municipal Development Council (MDC) and all mandated and locally initiated Local Special Bodies are strengthened to
  117. 117. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), will continuously provide technical guidance through planning, capacity development and enhancement of the local officials. Human Resource Development The key elements for effective and efficient local governance and administration are the firm leaders, qualified and competent personnel, up to date office equipment, presence of development plans and efficient implementation of programs. Since human resource is the most important assets of an organization, it is essential that the Human Resource Development Plan be crafted and put in place incorporating the Human Resource Development Program.
  118. 118. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila This program includes the capacity development (CapDev), recruitment and selection, performance evaluation, career development, incentives and awards and grievance machinery. For the enrichment of skills and knowledge, to be refreshed with their mandated tasks and to align employees to the service mission of the LGU, continuous trainings, seminars, workshops and other capability building activities must be initiated by the municipal government.
  119. 119. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 16: Municipal Employees By Education Status, Civil Service Eligibility and Tenurial Status Name of Office Total Number of Employee s Educational Attainment Civil Service Eligibility Tenurial Status College Prof. Sub- Prof. Others Perm. Temp/ / Contr. Casual 1. Office of the Mayor 4 3 2 2 3 2. Sangguniang Bayan 13 12 6 1 6 1 1 3. MPDC 1 1 1 1 4. Local Civil Registrar 2 2 1 1 2 5. Mun. Treasurer's Office 3 3 1 1 1 3 6. Mun. Assessor's Office 2 2 1 1 2 7. Mun. Accountant's Office 2 2 1 1 2 8. Mun. Engineer's Office 1 1 1 1 9. Mun. Budget Office 1 1 1 1 10. MSWDO 3 3 1 1 1 3 11.Mun. Agriculture 2 2 2 2 12. Mun. Health Office 8 8 7 1 8 13. Economic 4 2 2 4 TOTAL 46 40 23 10 13 33 1 0 Source: LGU- Human Resource and Development Office
  120. 120. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 17: Human Resources Profile in the Name of Office Name of Employees Position Mayor’s Office Regina Cahiles Salazar Rosario Sergio Cagaanan Visminda Gamorot Alma Galleros Municipal Mayor Administrative Officer V & (HRMO III) Administrative Aide IV Communication Equipment Operator II Sangguniang Bayan Frederick Raut Samuel Namit Alfonso Lim Benjamin Cagaanan Arsenia Raut Francisco Liray Arturo Piollo II Ermaline Dahiroc Lucresio Abarquez Edilberto Laganson Merry Grace Acorda Vice Mayor SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member SB Member LIGA President SB Member SK Federated SB Secretary Imee Raut SB Secretay MPDO Manolito Silagan Mun. Planning & Development Coordinator MEO Alan Cahiles Municipal Engineer MACCO Laganson Nicanor Dahiroc Municipal Accountant Administrative Assistant II
  121. 121. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 17: Human Resources Profile in the Name of Office Name of Employees Position Municipal Treasurer Vicente Lapoot Jose Dahiroc Reno Tagab Margarito Paig Nita Guillergan Ranulfa Cero Municipal Treasurer Administration Assistant III Administrative Aide VI Administrative Aide V Administrative Aide V Administrative Aide I MASSO Adelo Caiña Municipal Assessor LCR Lucino Tagab Virginio Gamao Municipal Civil Registrar Administrative Aide I MBO Diosdado Dahiroc Municipal Budget Officer MAO Arsenia Tapon Vivencia Adaya Municipal Agricultural Officer Agricultural Technologist MSWDO Emma Cahiles Sulpicia Egama Mun. Social Welfare Development Officer Day Care Worker I MHO Deo Madelon Blanes Emeliana Apalisok Ma. Chuchi Balangan Leonora Cagaanan Procesa Hamoay Sofia Limosnero Adelfa Tagaytay Municipal Health Officer Midwife I Midwife I Midwife I Midwife I Midwife I Nurse Economic Marlon Cahiles Hermogenes Epe Administrative Aide I Administrative Aide I
  122. 122. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 18: Profile of Punong Barangays in the Municipality of Lila Name of Punong Barangay Name of Barangay 1. PB Joven Hamoay 2. PB Arnel Magadan 3. PB Ismael Tagotongan 4. PB Geronimo Cahapon 5. PB Victorino Aclo 6. PB Felipe Baldago 7. PB Norma Cagaanan 8. PB Elmer Ampac 9. PB Anicitas Ucang 10. PB Pastor Tosaque 11. PB Ester Sebalda 12. PB Celerino Olmos Jr 13. PB Henry Raut 14. PB Genaro Igcalinos 15. PB Emiliano Gamorot 16. PB Orencio Gamil 17. PB Melchor Lapac 18. PB Edilberto Laganson Banban Bonkokan Ilaya Bonkokan Ubos Calvario Candulang Catugasan Cayupo Cogon Jambawan La Fortuna Lomanoy Macalingan Malinao East Malinao West Nagsulay Poblacion Taug Tiguis
  123. 123. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila FISCAL MANAGEMENT Revenue Generation. Fiscal management involves the management of financial affairs, transactions and operations of the local government unit. The challenge for the Local Government Unit in fiscal management, is to maximize collection of locally generated revenues in order to reduce dependency on the IRA. The LGU’s total revenue is derived mostly from the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA), local taxes, operating and miscellaneous revenues and receipts from economic enterprises (see Table 19). It can be noted that there was a decrease of income in 2005 from 2004 and an consistent increase from 2005 to 2008. This decrease is attributed to borrowing/loan of LGU in 2004. It was also noted that expenditures is following the trend of the income. For the last five years, the municipality’s income is sufficient to
  124. 124. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 19: Municipal Budget for the Last 5 Years Source 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total Budget 16, 759, 245.36 17, 115, 511.27 17, 795, 788.71 17, 350, 351.17 24, 791. 989.82 Personal Services 10, 266, 171.12 9, 634, 689.52 10, 616, 861.51 10, 652, 370.22 12, 117, 486.97 MOOE 2, 468, 980.24 3, 455, 584.75 2, 965, 172.00 2, 611, 225.75 6, 538, 915.07 Capital Outlay 400, 000.00 20% Dev’t Fund 2, 979, 294.00 2, 974, 632.00 3, 204, 418.20 3, 204, 418.20 4, 553, 697.75 Non Office 207, 400.00 213, 205.00 127, 000.00 837, 400.00 837, 400.00 882, 377.00 882, 337.00 1, 181, 890.03 Source: Municipal Budget Office
  125. 125. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila The municipal spending for the last five years related to personal services is the highest compared to other expenditure functions. The high spending is caused by the continuous implementation of the Salary Standardization Law and the mandatory percentage increase in salary per year. However, all contractual obligations and other budgetary requirements are set aside, prior to the appropriation for maintenance and other operating expenditures. Revenue collection by local sources in the municipality generates substantial amount to finance priority projects of the municipality. For the last five years it is only 2004 that collection increases (see Table 20) below.
  126. 126. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 20: Actual Municipal Revenues and Expenditures Source 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total Revenues 17, 711, 567.00 18, 127, 887.00 20, 501, 859 21, 215, 403 24, 739, 117.95 Internal Revenue Allotment 14, 878, 248.00 16, 022, 091.00 18, 764, 989 19, 409, 207 22, 927, 877 Local Taxes & Revenues 2, 291, 014.00 2, 105, 796.00 1, 736, 870 1, 806, 196 1, 811, 240.95 Other External Sources 542, 305.00 Total Expenditures 17, 222, 634.00 16, 576, 462.00 18, 409, 389 20, 195, 584 21, 066, 237 Personal Services 11, 915, 677.00 10, 392, 295.00 11, 288, 664 12, 033, 405 12, 310, 170.81 MOOE 2, 535, 230.96 3, 173, 612.92 3, 389, 632.15 5, 084, 687.44 6, 306, 742.08 Capital Outlay 148, 731.38 105, 000 2, 109, 372 399, 642.50 20% Development Fund 2, 771, 726.04 2, 861, 822.70 3, 626, 092.85 968, 119.56 2, 049, 681.61 Non Office/ Other Exp. 560, 055.59 Source: Municipal Budget Office/ Municipal Accountant's Office
  127. 127. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila PROTECTIVE SERVICES The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order, promote safety and internal security with the active support of the community. Ideally, 1,000 constituents shall be serviced by one PNP personnel. At present, the actual total number of policemen in the municipality is not enough based on the standard. The PNP station needs additional PNP personnel and equipment to conform with the planning standard to every 500 population per policeman. However, shortage in PNP personnel is temporarily addressed with the deputized tanods in every barangay and other support groups from the community for the maintenance of peace and order in the municipality. Despite of the shortage of personnel, performance of PNP personnel is very satisfactory. It is attributed by the availability of PNP equipment and facilities. Based on records at the local police station, physical injuries had the highest frequency of occurrence from 2004-2008 followed physical injury and theft (see Table 21).
  128. 128. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 21: Crime Incidence Type of Offenses Frequency of Occurrence 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Grave Threat 3 12 11 6 16 Vehicular Accident 14 16 21 24 26 Stabbing 2 3 1 Violation of Mun. Ordinance 5 22 10 12 6 Sexual Harrassment 1 1 Attempted Murder 1 Fishing Sanctuary 2 1 Shooting Incident 3 3 Illegal Discharge of Fire Arms 1 1 Illegal Possession of Fire Arms 1 Physical Injury 16 18 29 18 23 Direct Assault 1 2 1 Harrassment 3 1 Encounter NPA 1 Theft 7 14 13 19 22 Robbery 3 3 11 5 3 Trouble Alarm 3 1 4 Rape 1
  129. 129. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Table 21: Crime Incidence Type of Offenses Frequency of Occurrence 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Curfew 2 Malicious Mischief 4 12 8 5 3 Illegal Quarrying 2 Frustrated Homicide 1 Attempted Homicide Illegal Gambling 5 2 3 Abuse of Authority 3 To t a l 73 101 119 95 109 Source: Philippine National Police Mobility and communication considered as essential tools in providing security are not sufficient. Six of the PNP personnel are without short firearms. Fire prevention of the municipality lays on its strength the local volunteer. A representative from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) seldom reports to the municipality. Fire hydrant and other fire prevention paraphernalia, which are essential tools, are not available.
  130. 130. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Revenue Generation No IEC on tax campaign Not rationalized revised revenue code No updated assessment of RPT-House Low water tariffs Local Development Planning CLUP due for updating Human Resource and Development No training for personnel/employees to increase work efficiency, work value, work ethics Institutional Development Some of the locally mandated councils and special bodies are not functional except MPOC, MDCC, MADAC and PLEB
  131. 131. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Justice and Safety Absence of police station site and lock up jail Crime prevention effort is constrained by limited operating expenses and LGU support Absence of risk disaster management plan No organized crisis management committee Not functional LCPC Absence of PAO lawyers during hearing Lack of KP budget allocation as mandated by law Inadequate communications equipment No available fire truck
  132. 132. Sectoral Development Plan Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Justice and Safety Absence of police station site and lock up jail Crime prevention effort is constrained by limited operating expenses and LGU support Absence of risk disaster management plan No organized crisis management committee Not functional LCPC Absence of PAO lawyers during hearing Lack of KP budget allocation as mandated by law Inadequate communications equipment No available fire truck Development Threats Natural calamity NPA attacks is intensified against government vital installation Organized crime robbery groups may find refuge in Lila
  133. 133. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Framework a) Fiscal Management/Revenue Generation: Development Goals: Enhanced revenue generation Local economic enterprise enhancement Development Objectives: To increase local income of the municipality by fifty (50%) in 2016 To reclassify the LGU from 5th class municipality to 4th class municipality To eradicate incidence of poverty in the municipality To increase income generation of the people from the business enterprises
  134. 134. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies: Enhancement of real property tax assessment particularly on building and houses Adoption of innovative collection scheme for delinquent taxpayers. Fast track on the updating of revenue code Conduct continuing tax information, education, and communication campaign Upgrading of the LGU services Reviewing the operation of the economic enterprise b) Local Administration Development Goals: Human resource development plan in placed Development Objectives: To fully implement personnel mechanism To have competent, well trained personnel
  135. 135. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies: Strengthening Local Administration Capability building and skills enhancement Upgrade of equipment and facilities Development and enforcement of local policies and ordinances Implementation of personnel benefits Institutionalization of award system c) Justice and Safety Development Goals: Improved crime prevention Improved crime solution efficiency Enhanced barangay justice system Public safety measures in placed
  136. 136. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Objectives: To reduce criminality rate by 80% in2016 To enhance participation of stakeholders in crime prevention efforts To improve networking mechanism and reporting criminal activities To improve networking mechanism and reporting criminal To strengthen Katarungang PAMBARANGAY To enhance public safety measures To strengthen road safety
  137. 137. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies: Utilize MPOC, MADAC meeting as an avenue of threshing out crime prevention issues Upgrade Integrated Area Community Public Safety Plan to attune present situation Formulate specific plan to address occurrence of specific crimes Revitalize Barangay Intelligence Network Develop or create oplan profiler Reward system is institutionalized Develop or create oplan profiler Reward system is institutionalized Acquire hand held radio to all barangays
  138. 138. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Create, organized and trained force multiplier (tanod , Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team) Capacity building PNP personnel especially investigators Police visibility Capability building Strengthening of MDCC Formulation of MDCC plan Establish road safety measure Implement laws in relation to public safety Provision for early warning device
  139. 139. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila d) Legislative Output Development Goals: Institutionalized tracking system Codes enacted and revised tax code due for revision Development Objectives: To establish mechanism in order to track resolutions and ordinances To enhance technical capacity of personnel To upgrade office supplies and process To increase revenue
  140. 140. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Development Strategies: •Conduct of benchmarking to LGU with institutionalized tracking system •Acquisition of computer programs on tracking records and supplies •Enactment of codes •Regular visitation of district barangays by district kagawad •Revision of revenue code
  141. 141. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila e) LGU-civil society-private sector collaboration Development Goals: Full participation of civil societies Development Objectives: To enhance participation of civil societies in governance Development Strategies: Massive accreditation of civil societies for full participation in governance Participation of accredited civil societies in local governance
  142. 142. DEVELOPMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES and STRATEGIES Development Administration Sector Municipality of Lila Vision A leading agri-industrial and eco-cultural tourism destination in the province with a progressive, self- reliant, law-abiding community with dedicated leaders committed in preserving its ecology. Mission To enhance effective delivery on social, environment, infrastructure, economic and development administration through collaboration of stakeholders with strong and dedicated leaders.
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