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  • 1. Office of the President of the Philippines NATIONAL ANTI-POVERTY COMMISSION October 31, 2013 NAPC study shows what P200M can do for poverty ‘Kung hindi sa bathtub, e saan?’ A study of the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) reveals that P200 million can benefit poor provinces if the fund will be spent on specific agricultural infrastructure projects such as concreting of unpaved roads, building of new roads or setting up irrigation facilities. Take the case of Davao del Sur: P200M will help deliver agricultural products if the fund will be spent on concreting of unpaved roads. The assumption of the cost for each infrastructure project was based on the budget allocation of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Irrigation Administration (NIA). Attached infographic and the result of the econometric analysis for the 24 provinces where most of the poor are copra farmers are available on our website. Result of the Econometric Analysis on 24 Poor Provinces 24 POOR PROVINCES CAMARINES SUR MASBATE Irrigation Additional Road Concreting of Road 3,120 6,796 15,267 4,350 16% ADDITIONAL ROAD 34% CONCRETING OF ROAD 50% 33,221 46% 13% 41% 14% 17% Total IRRIGATION 10,071 19,986 13,604 NORTHERN SAMAR 19,072 3,876 4,646 27,594 69% WESTERN SAMAR 20,775 4,076 14,020 38,870 53% 10% 36% 12% 25% EASTERN SAMAR SURIGAO DEL SUR 13,204 2,593 5,379 21,176 62% 5,026 3,205 17,882 26,113 19% 12% 68% 34% 19% SURIGAO DEL NORTE 4,719 3,322 1,850 9,892 48% AGUSAN DEL SUR ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE 3,513 4,641 2,494 10,648 33% 44% 23% 11,555 4,419 2,811 18,786 62% 24% 15% DAVAO ORIENTAL 7,874 2,873 3,815 14,561 54% 20% 26% 24% 27% SARANGANI 8,450 4,108 4,530 17,088 49% NORTH COTABATO 2,569 6,224 4,419 13,212 19% 47% 33% 20% 27% QUEZON CAMARINES NORTE 13,851 5,318 7,003 26,172 53% 6,665 5,192 13,801 25,658 26% 20% 54% 14% 75% ALBAY 5,194 6,817 35,524 47,535 11% SORSOGON 5,373 7,595 4,248 17,216 31% 44% 25% 16,538 23% 26% 52% 11% 83% LEYTE 3,783 4,234 8,521 AGUSAN DEL NORTE 6,528 10,000 78,660 95,188 7% COMPOSTELA VALLEY 5,805 6,386 3,466 15,658 37% 41% 22% 12% 74% MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL 5,804 5,080 30,589 41,473 14% LANAO DEL NORTE 5,270 6,378 5,035 16,682 32% 38% 30% 32% 56% DAVAO DEL SUR ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY 16,344 42,873 75,863 135,080 12% 5,666 8,216 8,635 22,518 25% 36% 38% 26% 28% 46% 5,820 6,148 10,012 21,981 Number of poor that may be lifted out of poverty 3rd Floor, Agricultural Training Institute Building, Department of Agriculture, Elliptical Road, Quezon City Trunk lines 4264956, 4264965, 4265019, 4265028, Fax 9279838
  • 2. _________________________________________________ Mr. Bryan G. Villasana Communications Officer +639272862812 / (02) 4265028 loc. 103 http://maps.napc.gov.ph/napcportal/ 3rd Floor, Agricultural Training Institute Building, Department of Agriculture, Elliptical Road, Quezon City Trunk lines 4264956, 4264965, 4265019, 4265028, Fax 9279838