Tagbilaran City / Bohol Province ICT Scorecard - Part 1

775 views

Published on

Tagbilaran City / Bohol Province ICT Scorecard

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
775
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Tagbilaran City / Bohol Province ICT Scorecard - Part 1

  1. 1. The BOHOL ICT SCORECARD
  2. 2. Our value proposition: Bohol is one of the top tourist destinations in the country --- a promising location for both business and pleasure Bohol provides quality services at competitive costs in a resort environment that offers a high quality of life. WHY BOHOL?WHY BOHOL?
  3. 3. Literacy Rate : 97% Labor Force : 542,224 Employment Rate : 84.6% Agriculture : 42% Service : 36% Industry : 22% CULTURE AND PEOPLECULTURE AND PEOPLE Bohol’s primary asset is her people: Persevering, self-reliant, industrious
  4. 4. By Air: One (1) hour direct flight Manila to Tagbilaran By Sea: 2-hour fast ferry ride from Cebu to Tagbilaran. Also available are conventional boats plying Cebu, Manila, and Mindanao HOW TO GET HEREHOW TO GET HERE
  5. 5. BOHOL AS A TOURISM HAVEN TOURIST ARRIVALS IN BOHOL (2001-2012) Tourist Arrivals in Bohol 2001 - 95,341 2002 - 132,906 2003 - 95,311 2004 - 249,729 2005 - 393,941 2006 - 418,030 2007 - 531,812 2008 - 567,174 2009 - 461,181 2010 - 520,676 2011 - 566,652 2012 - 641,616
  6. 6. BOHOL: The Island Paradise PreservedBOHOL: The Island Paradise Preserved Well preserved marine protected areas like the Balicasag underwater dive site, the Danajon Bank Double Barrier, and the Banacon Mangrove Plantation in Getafe.
  7. 7. New Tourism Attractions BOHOL: The Island Paradise PreservedBOHOL: The Island Paradise Preserved Chocolate Hills Adventure Park Albur Church
  8. 8. 1. TALENT 2. COST OF DOING BUSINESS 3. INFRASTRUCTURE 4. BEE ICT SCORECARDICT SCORECARD
  9. 9. TALENT (Schools) Colleges and Universities 1.HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY 2.UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL 3.BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY - TAGBILARAN 4.BISU-BILAR 5.BISU-CLARIN 6.BISU-CALAPE 7.BISU-CANDIJAY 8.BISU- BALILIHAN 9.ACLC/AMA 10.BIT-TAGBILARAN 11.BIT-JAGNA 12.BIT-TALIBON 13.BIT-CARMEN 14.BOHOL WISDOM SCHOOL 15.BNC– CATIGBIAN 16.BNSC-UBAY 17.CRISTAL E-COLLEGE -Tagbilaran (INFORMATICS) 18.CRISTAL E-COLLEGE -Panglao 19.MATER DEI COLLEGE – TUBIGON 20.PHILIPPINE MARITIME INSTITUTE 21.STI COLLEGES 22.TRINIDAD MUNICIPAL COLLEGE 23.BUENAVISTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 24.BATUAN COLLEGES 25.BLESSED TRINITY COLLEGE - TALIBON
  10. 10. TALENT (Region VII) Source: CHED VII
  11. 11. TALENT (Graduates) Source: HNU, UB, BISU-Tagb., BIT-Tagb., ACLC, STI, Informatics, Cristal-E, BWS, BISU- Candijay, BISU-Balilihan, BISU-Clarin, BISU-Calape, BISU—Bilar, TMC, Mater Dei, PMI
  12. 12. TALENT (Region VII) Source: CHED VII Baccalaureate, Pre- Baccalaureate, Post- Baccalaureate, Doctoral, Masteral, Vocational
  13. 13. 2012-2013 Graduates % Medical and Natural Sciences, Allied fields 904 14.68% Business, Accounting and Related Fields 1,511 24.54% Social and Behavioural Sciences, Education 876 14.23% Engineering and Architecture 621 10.08% IT-Related and Mathematics 722 11.72% Fine arts, Masscom, Humanities 18 0.29% Maritime Education 1,236 20.07% Agriculture and Related Course 26 0.42% Criminology, Law and Jurisprudence 244 3.96% TOTAL 6,158 100.00% TALENT (Graduates) Source: CHED VII Baccalaureate, Pre- Baccalaureate, Post- Baccalaureate, Doctoral, Masteral, Vocational
  14. 14. Comparative Minimum Wage (excluding government workers/employees) Source: Department of Labor and Employment as of March 21, 2014 COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  15. 15. Comparative Power Rates (May 2011) COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  16. 16. Power Rates (February 2014) Source: Bohol Light Company Inc. As of February 2014 COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  17. 17. Comparative Water Rates (January 2012) Source: Local Water Utilities Administration COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  18. 18. Water Rates (March 2014) Source: Bohol Water Utilities Inc. As of March 2014 COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  19. 19. SPACE RENTAL RATE COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  20. 20. Public Vehicle Fare Rates COST OF DOING BUSINESS
  21. 21. AMENITIES Resorts - 83 Pension/ Lodging Houses - 137 Hotels - 11 Dive Shops - 32 Shopping Malls - 5 NO. OF ROOMS FOR 2012: 7,193 – Entire province 2,779 - Panglao INFRASTRACTURE
  22. 22. New World Class Resorts INFRASTRACTURE Bellevue Bohol Bluewater Panglao Hennan Resort Panglao Amorita Resort South Palms Resort
  23. 23. Airport and Ports INFRASTRACTURE •Tagbilaran City Airport SEAPORTS: •Tagbilaran Port •Catagbacan (Loon) Port •Clarin Port •Getafe Port •Jagna Port •Talibon Port •Tapal (Ubay) Port •Tubigon Port •Ubay Port
  24. 24. Special Programs and Priorities for implementation in 2014 INFRASTRACTURE Improvement of the Tagbilaran City Airport, pending the completion of the New Bohol Airport in Panglao
  25. 25. Seaports improvement INFRASTRACTURE Special Programs and Priorities for implementation in 2014

×