CAR has a vast potential for hydropower development which when harnessed can generate a combined capacity of 3,587 megawatts. Already, it hosts 4 hydropower plants namely: Amubuklao, Binga, Magat and Bakun Hydro, apart from hosting the headwaters of the San Roque Dam.
Across the country, CAR remains least developed in terms of paved national roads at 53.79% as of November 2011.
In terms of air travel, the Baguio Airport is presently not fully operational, with the absence of a permanent commercial flight for the Manila-Baguio-Manila route. Moreover, flights to and from other key destinations are yet to be established in support to the city’s role as the country’s summer capital and its being host to multinational companies and ICT-related businesses.The Baguio Airport could not attract commercial air carriers, particularly those with higher seating capacities, because of poor visibility conditions, inadequate navigational facilities, the short length of the runway, and other issues that need to be addressed concerning airport maintenance such as the runway being crossed by people, vehicles and animals.
Since 1997, all towns and cities have been served by electricity while at the barangay level, 94% of the barangays are energized. The province of Apayao has the most number of unenergized barangays with 40 followed by Kalinga with 15 At the household level, 9 out of 10 households are connected to the grid. The dispersed settement pattern in CAR makes missionary electrification less viable thus other renewable energy resources are applicable like micro-hydro and solar power For the next planning period, rural electricaton will get a boost with DOE allocation P2B annually nationwide until 2016 to energie all barangays and sitios77/77 Towns/cities; 1,105/1,172 barangays
The RDC-CAR, in its February 21, 2012 Strategic Planning Conference, adopted 17 banner programs/projects whose implementation shall be vigorously pushed and shepherd by the RDC. These include the Revitalization of the BLISTT… etc.
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Regional Economic Situation Cordillera Administrative Region Dir. Milagros A. Rimando NEDA-CARBoosting Regional Competitiveness through Public-Private Partnership Roadshow September 14, 2012 Citylight Hotel Baguio City 1
Regional Economic Situation CAR created by Executive CALANASAN O LUNA O STA. MARCELA Order 220 on July 15, 1987 PUDTOLO FLORA O KABUGAO Population (2010) - 1,616,867M Land Area – 19,422 sq. kms. APAYAO LAGAYAN O TINEG CONNER O 2010 No. of Barangays DANGLAS O Province Population No. of Mun. SAN JUAN O O LACUB O LA PAZ DOLORES O BANGUED O LANGIDEN O O TAYUM LAGANGILANG O O A B R A O LICUAN MALIBCONG O PINUKPUK O Abra 234,733 27 303 O PIDIGAN OBUCAYSAN BALBALAN OPENA RUBIA Apayao 7 131QUINTIN O SAN ISIDRO O VILLAVICIOSA SALLAPADAN O O KALINGAO TABUK O RIZAL 112,636 DAGUIOMAN O O PASIL MANABO BUCLOC Benguet 13 140 O O PILAR LUBA O BOLINEY O 403,944 O LUBUAGAN O Baguio City 129 TANUDAN TUBO TINGLAYAN O O 318,676 O PARACELIS SADANGA BESAO SAGADA O M T. P R O V I N C E Ifugao 191,078 11 175 O O O BONTOC NATONIN O Kalinga 8 (including 150 BARLIG TADIAN O 201,613 Tabuk City) O O MAYOYAO O BAUKO O O BANAWE SABANGAN O AGUINALDO POTIA IFUGAO O Mt. 10 144 O HINGYON MANKAYAN HUNGDUAN O O LAGAWE 154,187 Province BAKUN O KIANGAN O O O KIBUNGAN CAR 77 1,172 BUGUIAS TINOC ASIPULO O O O LAMUT 1,616,867 (including KABAYAN O KAPANGAN ATOK Baguio City) O O BENGUET OSABLAN TUBLAY BOKOD O OLA TRINIDAD TUBA O BAGUIO CITY ITOGON O 2 Sources of Data: NSO for population; NSCB (Philippine Statistical Yearbook) for land area data; NSCB (CAR Regional Social & Economic Trends) for no. of municipalities & barangays
Regional Economic Situation GRDP by Major Sector 2009-2011 (In million pesos at 2000 prices)2011 12,941 64,854 44,6142010 12,893 63,616 43,3372009 13,253 58,564 40,975 - 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 AFF Industry Services Source of data: NSCB Average Share to Regional Gross Output 2009-2010 Industry remains the region’s growth driver AFF 11.1% while agriculture contributes just a tenth; Industry 52.7% services is gradually increasing its contribution 3 Services 36.3%
Regional Economic SituationPoverty Incidence of Families, Philippines and North Luzon: 2009CAR has a lower poverty 2006 2009incidence rate than the Phil 21.1% 20.9% national average. CAR 18.6% 17.1% CAR is better off than Ilocos 20.4% 17.8% the Ilocos Region but is worse off than the Cagayan 15.5% 14.5% Cagayan Valley Region. Valley Source of data: NSCB 4
Regional Economic Situation 2003 2006 2009 Poverty Incidence of Families by Apayao Apayao Apayao Province, CAR Abra Abra Abra Kalinga LEGEND Kalinga Kalinga Low (3%-14.3%) Medium (14.4%-25.6%) Mt. Province Mt. Province Mt. Province High (25.7%-37%) Ifugao Ifugao Ifugao Benguet Benguet Benguet 2003 2006 2009 (in percent) (in percent) (in percent) Philippines 20.0 21.1 20.9 CAR 16.1 18.1 17.1 Abra 24.9 32.6 33.3 Benguet has a consistently low poverty Apayao 10.7 37.0 36.3 Benguet 4.4 3.6 4.0 incidence, while the situation improved Ifugao 23.0 18.1 21.3 in Kalinga and Mountain Province but Kalinga 28.4 33.4 19.3 worsened in Apayao and Ifugao Mountain between 2003 and 2009 5 Province 35.1 34.3 33.8Source of data: NSCB
Regional Economic Situation CAR hosts 13 major river systems with enormous water supply for domestic, agricultural, power generation andindustrial needs of the river basins of CAR and neighboring Regions 1, 2 and 3, virtually the upper north of Luzon. 6
GOOD GOVERNANCE INDEX, CAR (2005 and 2008) 2005 Rank 2008 RankAbra 133.82 15 134.26 23Apayao 159.01 5 154.69 9Benguet 186.79 2 173.57 4Ifugao 127.10 21 163.24 8Kalinga 150.92 6 174.92 3Mt. Province 148.62 8 168.34 7*Out of 79 provinces; Rank 1 highest Source: NSCB 3
CAR has the LOWEST PAVED road network in the country120.00%100.00%80.00%60.00%40.00%20.00% 0.00% Nation CAR NCR I II III IV-A IV-B V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII wide % Paved 53.79 100.0 95.26 78.88 92.23 90.88 62.75 82.38 84.97 89.05 86.20 71.56 69.74 67.79 64.53 69.94 79.24 Nov 2011: CAR’s paved roads, 53.79%
CMT service has wide coverageCMTS is by far thedominanttelecommunicationsservice in CAR, covering90.78 percent of totalmunicipalities, witharound 3,454 cell sites.Landline regional CELLULAR MOBILE TELEPHONE SERVICEcoverage is 49.10 (CMTS)percent. With Coverage No Coverage
Absence of a commercial flight in CAR andinefficient use of the Baguio Airport Not fully operational Absence of commercial flights Poor visibility conditions Inadequate navigational aids Runway crossed by people, vehicles and animals
Rural Electrification (2010) Relatively high rate of rural electrification coverage, 2010 Towns and Cities: 100% Cities: 100% Barangays: 94% Households: 90% Source: Rural Electric Cooperatives
Regional Economic SituationCAR’s overall development strategy Growing the regional economy based on CAR’s comparative advantages and areas of specialization to achieve inclusive growth. 14
2012-2016 RDC Banner Programs/ProjectsKFA on Good Governance:• Revitalizing the BLISTT• Continued Improvement of Public Service for Client SatisfactionKFA on Greens, Fruits & Ornamental Grocer:• Boosting the Coffee IndustryKFA on Prime Ecotourist Destination & Major Site of Agri- Industry, Technology- and Knowledge-Based Industries:• Cordillera Eco-Cultural TreasuresKFA on Watershed Cradle:• Environmental Governance & SD Framework & Strategic Action Plan for the Agno River Basin• Mainstreaming CCA/DRR in Local Plans and Programs
2012-2016 RDC Banner Programs/ProjectsKFA on Social Development:• Multi-Sector Partnership Towards Attaining the MDGs• Poverty Index Mapping as Tool for Poverty Reduction ConvergenceKFA on Prime Education Center:• Formulating the Prime Education Master PlanKFA on Indigenous Culture & Knowledge:• Cordillera IPs Community Development Program
2012-2016 RDC Banner Programs/ProjectsKFA on Physical Integration:• Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP)• Roads Leading to Tourist Destinations• Farm to Market Roads Development• Enhancement of Communication Facilities in Underserved Areas in CAR• Modernizing the Baguio AirportKFA on Major Energy Producer:• Hydropower Development• Rural Electrification Program
Regional Economic Situation Thank you and good day! Please visit our website: www.cordillera.gov.ph(Prepared by Plan and Policy Formulation Division, NEDA-CAR) 18