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  • RICARDO L. CALDERON, CESO IIIDirector, Forest Management Bureau 1 National Program Director, NGP
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  • Land Classification Philippines 14.2 M 15.8 M (53%) (47%) Alienable and Disposable Alienable and Disposable Forestland/Timberland Forestland/Timberland Total Land Area - 30 M ha 3
  • FOREST COVERWorld’s Forest Cover (FRA 2010) Philippines’ Forest Cover (2003) 24% (7.2 M ha) 31% (4 B ha) World Forest Total Land Area of the World Phil Total Land Area Phil Forest Cover 4
  • World Trend Estimated Deforestation (World Trend) Philippines 18.0 17.00 16.0 14.0Million ha. 12.0 10.60 Forest cover 10.0 9.10 7.20 Change of the 8.0 6.0 5.40 Philippines 4.0 2.0 0.0 5 1934 1969 1986 1988 2003
  • ASEAN Forest Resources Among the 10 ASEAN Member States, only Philippines and Viet Nam registered positive increase interms of forest cover 6
  • National Greening Program BACKGROUND • Executive Order No. 26 signed on February 24, 2011 • Guidelines issued on March 8, 2011 • Launched on May 13, 2011 7
  • NGP Section 1. Declaration of PolicyIt is the policy of the State to pursuesustainable development for povertyreduction, food security, biodiversityconservation, and climate changemitigation and adaptation. 8
  • NGP Section 2. Coverage The National Greening Program shallplant some 1.5 Billion trees covering about1.5 Million hectares for a period of six (6)years from 2011 to 2016, in the followinglands in the public domain… 9
  • NGP : Beyond ReforestationOUR MISSION  Food Security  Poverty Reduction  Environmental Stability  Biodiversity Conservation  Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation Bringing together agencies, efforts, people: 10 Convergence Works.
  • NGP FRAMEWORK SpeciesSpecies selection depends on objectives;preferably indigenous/native/endemic species;for the production zone: Species- Site- Market Matchingfor the protection zone: Indigenous/native/endemic species Planting Sites Coastal Lowland Upland Ecosystem Ecosystem Ecosystem 11
  • NGP RATIONALE: The Areas At an average of 30,000 hectares reforestationaccomplishment per year… ….it would take 280 yearsto reforest/rehabilitate 8 M hectares of unproductive,open, denuded or degraded areas 12
  • NGP AREAS FOR DEVELOPMENT• Forestlands •Mangrove & PAs 13
  • Cont………NGP Areas for Development• Ancestral domains• Civil and military reservations 14
  • Cont………NGP Areas for Development•Urban areas under the greening plan of LGUs•Inactive and abandoned mine sites 15
  • Cont………NGP Areas for Development• Other suitable lands 16
  • NGP COMMODITY ROADMAP CY 2013-2016 17
  • Timber Local demand based on Master Plan for Forestry Development (2003) In 2010 – 3.73 M cu.m. In 2021 – 5.0 M cu.m. Wood and Paper Products (USD 900M) Need 750,000 hectares to be sustainable Higher consumption of wood as construction material instead of steel & concrete in the next decade in the light of climate change (Philippines Forestry Outlook Study, 2009) 20
  • Fuelwood One of the major drivers of deforestation Philippine Forestry Outlook Study (2009) estimated local demand is 35.46 M cu.m./year Bello et.al (2000), around 10% of this volume comes from forestlands Establishment of fuelwood plantations answer the need of the populace and constitutes as source of livelihood Forests as renewal sources of energy:Fuelwood plantation will become highly Energy derived from wood is estimatedprofitable because of the low supply of fuelwood to represent more than 1 100 M Tones(Philippine Forestry Outlook Study (2009) of oil equivalent each year.Wood Energy is as important as all the otherrenewable energy sources put together, FAO,State of the Forests 2012. 21
  • Bamboo and RattanExecutive Order 879 mandates the use MPFD projected demand forof bamboo as planting material, at least rattan for furniture by 2015 at 61.920% of reforestation species annually million lineal meters (low end) to 79.48 million lineal meters (high end) 22
  • Industrial Crops Coffee CacaoCoffee ranks as 2nd most consumed Local demand for cacao exceedsbeverage in the world productionLocal demand per DA for coffee beans In 2005, local consumptionis pegged at 64,000Metric tons, valued reached 50,000 metric tonsat PhP 2.5Billion 23
  • Rubber Pamplona (2012) By year 2020, the demand for natural rubber (NR) is expected to increase to 16.4 M metric tons (around 30%) from the current demand of 11.3 MMT Production of NR is estimated at 14.3 MMT, leaving a short fall of 2.1 MMTRubber is a crop with high potential income above thepoverty threshold levelA well manage 1-ha rubber plantation can derive an annualincome from P79,200 to P231,300 per year. 24
  • Fruit Bearing TreesAssorted fruit trees considered to produce lucrative returns for the farmers as well as the industry are being recommended 25
  • BUDGET 7,000,000,000 5,800,000,000 6,000,000,000 5,000,000,000PHP 4,000,000,000 2,680,000,000 3,000,000,000 1,331,143,000 2,000,000,000 1,166,352,000 1,000,000,000 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 Year
  • AREA PLANTED (Ha) 350,000 300,000 300,000 250,000 200,000 200,000(Ha) 150,000 82,163 100,000 32,382 50,000 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 Year
  • Vegetated Area vs Denuded Area (Projection) 10 9.1Forestland (in Miliion Ha) 8.5 8.8 8.2 8.1 8.2 7.9 7.9 7.6 8 7.6 7.7 7.3 7.0 6.7 6 4 Vegetated Denuded 2 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Year
  • NGP Strategies Bringing together agencies, efforts, people:Social Mobilization Convergence Works. OUR PARTNERS 29
  • Cont…….NGP StrategiesHarmonization of Initiatives NGO FPE PTFCF 30
  • Cont…….NGP Strategies OUR STRATEGIES Provision of IncentivesPeople’sOrganization Maintenance Harvesting, Site and Utilization, IEC, Social Seedling Preparation Planting Protection Re-plantingPreparation, joint planning & Site Production Identification 31
  • Cont…….NGP Strategies Maximization of available Science and Technology • CLONAL NURSERY • BIO-FERTILIZERS & PESTICIDES• GIS MAPPING and GEOTAGGING 32
  • Mindanao Consolidated GIS-generated maps CY 2011 CY 2012 33
  • NGP sites overlay in Google Earth CY 2011 CY 2012 34
  • ACCOMPLISHMENTS• LAUNCHED NATIONAL GREENING PROGRAM ON MAY 13, 2011 WITH HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III AND SECRETARY RAMON J.P. PAJE May 13, 2011 4 months after planting 15 months after planting 35
  • Cont…Accomplishment • PRODUCED QUALITY PLANTING MATERIALSGermination Chamber 36
  • • PLANTED 128,000 HECTARES IN CY 2011Cont…Accomplishment 37
  • ESTABLISHED AND MAINTAINED 22 DENR CLONAL NURSERY FACILITIES 38Source: Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau
  • 13 STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ESTABLISHING CLONAL NURSERY FACILITIESREGION PROVINCE NAME OF SUCSCAR APAYAO Apayao State College KALINGA Kalinga-Apayao State CollegeR-1 ILOCOS NORTE Mariano Marcos State UniversityR-2 ISABELA Isabela State UniversityR-3 PAMPANGA Pampanga Agricultural College ZAMBALES Ramon Magsaysay Technological UniversityR-4A QUEZON Southern Luzon State UniversityR-4B PALAWAN Western Philippines UniversityR-5 ALBAY Bicol UniversityR-7 BOHOL Bohol Island State University Negros Oriental Negros Oriental State UniversityR-8 Northern Samar University of Eastern Philippines 39R-13 Agusan del Norte Caraga State University
  • 4 MORE STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES TO ESTABLISH CLONAL NURSERY FACILITIES REGION PROVINCE NAME OF SUCSR-1 PANGASINAN Pangasinan State UniversityR-3 TARLAC Tarlac College of AgricultureR-11 DAVAO DEL SUR Southern Philippines Agribusiness, Marine and Aquatic School of TechnologyR-12 COTABATO University of Southern Mindanao 40
  • TARGET FOR CY 2013• 300,000 ha will be planted under the National Greening Program (NGP)• 150M seedlings will be produced/procured Forest Plantation in Negros Oriental 41
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOME Pay Target IRR backCommodity NPV (15%) PV of Benefits PV of Costs BCR Area (Ha) (%) Period (yrs)Mango 175,741 29 32,399,231,619 55,885,080,840 23,485,849,221 2.38 15Coffee 78,554 48 10,561,629,162 20,763,077,113 10,201,447,951 2.04 7Cacao 60,477 20 1,492,863,644 7,244,253,817 5,751,390,172 1.26 15Rubber 107,470 36 11,955,219,274 29,019,246,712 17,064,027,438 1.70 9Bamboo 53,671 30 2,178,548,508 5,896,174,147 3,717,625,639 1.59 10Fuelwood 181,229 13 (470,822,862) 2,995,479,874 3,466,302,736 0.86 15Timber 394,507 33 17,258,926,443 29,093,937,947 11,838,110,364 2.46 11Total 1,051,649 75,375,595,788 150,897,250,449 75,524,753,521 42
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOME Increased productivity in the uplands Stability and productivity of Watershed (goods and service functions) Increased productivity of idle lands Improved farm level productivity and stability Improved household incomes & general wellbeing Increased production of food crops, timber and non-timber forest products 43
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOMESelf sufficiency in wood and agroforesty products Annual Requirement Fuelwood (Php 11.3M), Wood and Paper Products Timber (750T Has.), ($900 M) Coffee (60T Has), Fuelwood (300T Has) 44
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOME Economic Security  Increased and sustainable supply of forest-based raw materials  Increased economic activity in the uplands  Optimized utilization of upland resources 45
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOME Environmental Stability 12% increase in forest cover based on 2003 level (7.2 M hectares) with 85% survival 8% increase in carbon sequestration from 36M tons/year to 38.9M tons/year 46
  • EXPECTED PROGRAM OUTCOME Environmental Stability increase water holding capacity reduced downstream flooding and soil erosion improved environmental services 47
  • INSTITUTE MEASURES TO INCREASE LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE IN SUBMITTED ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORTS • Submission of under oath accomplishment reports • Conduct of regular and third party monitoring and evaluation activities • Submission of GIS-generated maps • Compilation of geotagged digital pictures of NGP planting sites 48
  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIPAND COLLABORATION • Provision of certified seeds and/or seedlings • Provision of farm tools and implements • Provision of technical assistance and transfer of technology • Capacity and skills development • Plantation development • Maintenance and protection • Provision of post-harvest and processing technology • Market tie-up 49
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources FOREST MANAGEMENT BUREAU Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City Tel. No. 927-4788 Fax: 928-9313 50