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    • Geographic Description – Cavite City CAVITE CITY, NCR The Province of Cavite lies South of the island of Luzon at the southwestern entrances of the Manila Bay. It is bounded on the south by the Province of Batangas, on the east by the provinces of Rizal and Laguna, on the north by Metro Manila and on the west by Manila Bay. Cavite is divided into three (3) physiographical areas. First is the lowland in the northern area with a slope ranging from 0-3%. This area comprises the City of Cavite and the municipalities of Bacoor, Kawit, Gen. Trias, Imus, Noveleta, Rosario, Tanza and Naic. Secondly, the central of transition area with a slope of 3-8% comprises the municipalities of Carmona, Dasmarinas, Gen. M. Alvarez, Indang and the City of Trece Martires including portions of Silang, Ternate and Maragondon. Thirdly, the upland area in the south is hilly and mountainous with a slope ranging from 15% to more than 40%. This area comprises the municipalities of Alfonso, Gen. Aguinaldo, Mendez, Magallanes and the City of Tagaytay including portions of Ternate and Maragondon, the eastern part of Silang and the western part of Carmona. This has an elevation of 2,000 feet at the Tagaytay ridge sloping in the general northwestward direction down to Manila Bay. Total Land Area is 142,706 hectares Approximately 2.74% of the regional land area and 0.42% of the total land area of the Philippines.
    • Philippine Capital of Metro Manila
      • CAVITE CITY, NCR
      • The Province of Cavite lies South of the island of Luzon at the southwestern entrances of the Manila Bay. It is bounded on the south by the Province of Batangas, on the east by the provinces of Rizal and Laguna, on the north by Metro Manila and on the west by Manila Bay.
      • Cavite is divided into three (3) physiographical areas.
      • First is the lowland in the northern area with a slope ranging from 0-3%. This area comprises the City of Cavite and the municipalities of Bacoor, Kawit, Gen. Trias, Imus, Noveleta, Rosario, Tanza and Naic.
      • Secondly, the central of transition area with a slope of 3-8% comprises the municipalities of Carmona, Dasmarinas, Gen. M. Alvarez, Indang and the City of Trece Martires including portions of Silang, Ternate and Maragondon.
      • Thirdly, the upland area in the south is hilly and mountainous with a slope ranging from 15% to more than 40%. This area comprises the municipalities of Alfonso, Gen. Aguinaldo, Mendez, Magallanes and the City of Tagaytay including portions of Ternate and Maragondon, the eastern part of Silang and the western part of Carmona. This has an elevation of 2,000 feet at the Tagaytay ridge sloping in the general northwestward direction down to Manila Bay.
      • Total Land Area is 142,706 hectares
      • Approximately 2.74% of the regional land area and 0.42% of the total land area of the Philippines.
      Cavite City Official Website
    • Demographic Description – Cavite City
      • TOTAL POPULATION (Census 2000) 2,063,161  
      • POPULATION GROWTH RATE (Census 2000) 5.45%
      • POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY SEX (Census 2000)   
      • Men     50.57%
      • Women 49.43%
      • POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY AGE GROUPS (Census 2000)    
      • 0-14 34.61%
      • 15-64 62.16%
      •   65+       3.22%  
      • POPULATION DENSITY (PER SQUARE KILOMETER) 1,602
      • LITERACY RATE 96.52%
      • URBAN POPULATION 1,791,068  
      • POPULATION OF CITIES:  
      • Cavite City 99,367
      • Trece Martires City 41,653
      • Tagaytay City        45,287 
      Cavite City Official Website
    • Economic Description – Cavite City Cavite is one of the fastest growing provinces in the country due to its close proximity to Metro Manila . Many companies, such as Intel , have established manufacturing plants in numerous industrial parks nearby. Three SM Malls and two Robinsons malls are located in Cavite. They are the SM City Dasmariñas, SM City Bacoor, SM Supercenter Molino (found also in Bacoor), Robinsons Place Imus and Robinsons Place Dasmariñas. Cavite City is an urban area classified as a 3rd class city. Some of the local businesses in the city are engaged in furniture-making, tailoring and dress-making, construction material manufacturing, and other cottage industries including bamboo crafts, shoe and slipper-making, embroidery and others. Some local residents are also engaged in boat-making. Many of these industries operate as small to medium-scale businesses and specialize in made-to-order services. In addition, the two naval bases in the city (Fort San Felipe Naval Shipyard and the Sangley Point Naval Station) also give employment to people by hiring them as industrial workers engaged in ship and equipment building and repair.  Trade and commercial activities flourish in the city with more than 3,000 licensed business establishments and more than 400 registered professional individuals operating businesses there. The city is also being developed as a major urban center, with plans of reclaiming part of the bays around the city for housing, and for building an economic zone and a port. These reclamation plans for industrial and urban development would greatly affect the livelihood of fishermen and shellfish operators in the 35 out of the 84 barangays in the city who depend on the productivity of these waters. NSBC Fact Sheet Wikipedia