Updated SOCCSKSARGEN RDIP 2014-2016

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The Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP) is a companion document of the Updated Regional Development Plan (RDP), 2014-2016, of the SOCCSKSARGEN Region. It contains a list of priority public sector programs, projects and activities (PPAs) to realize the strategic outcomes enunciated in the RDP, namely: (a) Competitive Industry and Services Sectors; (b) Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector; (c) Accelerating Infrastructure Development; (d) Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System; (e) Good Governance and the Rule of Law; (f) Social Development; (g) Peace and Security; and (h) Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the
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Updated SOCCSKSARGEN RDIP 2014-2016

  1. 1. SOCCSKSARGEN: 2014- 2016 UPDATED REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM (RDIP) 2014 - 2016 Philippine Copyright @2013 by the National Economic and Development Authority Regional Office No. XII Establishing Its Role as the Sustainable Food Center of the South
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  3. 3. iii SOCCSKSARGEN’s Updated Regional Development Plan (RDP) draws from the effective execution of development programs and policies in the first three years of its implementation. At the national level, the strong macroeconomic fundamentals resulted in stronger investor interest, improved competitiveness rankings, and recent investment grade status granted by credit rating agencies. However, we are mindful that the experience of growth is still not enough to make a significant impact on our poverty reduction and employment creation goals across the country. Thus, the need to purposefully consider spatial and sectoral concerns becomes the thrust of the Updated Philippine Development Plan (PDP) at the national level and the Updated RDPs at the regional level. The Regional Development Council (RDC), in crafting this plan, took stock of the accomplishments achieved and challenges encountered in the first three years of its implementation. Various stakeholders were engaged through a series of consultations to ensure that the entire process of development would be inclusive. With a renewed desire to deliver inclusive growth, this plan provides the spatial dimension to the Updated PDP by identifying region-specific resources, needs and interventions. While SOCCSKSARGEN’s Updated RDP provides the framework for local development, strategies are parallel with the national plan to ensure alignment of national and regional policies and programs. This plan is a living document that validates RDC’s commitment to achieve the region’s development goals. We hope that through this Updated RDP, development in SOCCSKSARGEN shall be appropriately guided through the prudent use of its vast natural resources and a productive partnership between government and an engaged and active citizenry. We, in NEDA, fully support the region’s desire for inclusive growth as we all strive to not leave a single Filipino lagging behind our country’s economic successes. ARSENIO M. BALISACAN Secretary of Socio-economic Planning NEDA Director-General NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NEDA sa Pasig, Ortigas Center, Pasig City M E S S A G E
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  5. 5. v FOREWORD The Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP) is a companion document of the Updated Regional Development Plan (RDP), 2014-2016, of the SOCCSKSARGEN Region. It contains a list of priority public sector programs, projects and activities (PPAs) to realize the strategic outcomes enunciated in the RDP, namely: (a) Competitive Industry and Services Sectors; (b) Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector; (c) Accelerating Infrastructure Development; (d) Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System; (e) Good Governance and the Rule of Law; (f) Social Development; (g) Peace and Security; and (h) Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources. The main reference in the validation of the PPAs was the RDIP, 2011-2016. The validation of the PPAs and the identification of new proposals for implementation during the period 2014-2016 were spearheaded by the Regional Development Council (RDC) XII through its Sectoral Committees. Consultations were likewise conducted among the private sector/non-governmental organizations and local government units to enhance the RDIP. The validated RDIP is presented in two parts. The first part is an assessment of the implementation of the RDIP, 2011-2016, particularly during the first half of the medium- term, i.e., 2011-2013. It likewise contains an explanation of the validation process of PPAs for 2014-2016. And the second part of the RDIP contains the list of PPAs by strategic outcome as proposed by the various regional line agencies, state universities and colleges and government-owned and controlled corporations. On behalf of RDC XII and its Secretariat, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) XII, may I express my deep gratitude to all who participated in the validation of the RDIP. Mabuhay! ARTURO G. VALERO, Ph.D. Acting Chairperson, RDC XII and Regional Director, NEDA XII National Economic and Development Authority REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL XII Koronadal City, SOCCSKSARGEN
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  7. 7. vii CONTENTS Chapter Title Page Message iii Foreword v Regional Development Council XII Resolution No. 65, Series of 2013 vi Table of Contents vii List of Tables viii List of Acronyms ix I REVALIDATION OF THE SOCCSKSARGEN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM (RDIP), 2011-2O16 I - 1 1. Introduction I - 2 2. The RDIP and the AIP-Budget Tracking Reports I - 3 3. RDIP Implementation, CYs 2011-2013 I - 3 4. The Process of Validating the RDIP, 2014-2016 I -12 5. The Summary of the Validated RDIP, 2014-2016 I -13 6. Updated Kilos Abante Programs/Projects, 2014-2016 I -14 7. Region XII Component of the Core Investment Programs, 2014-2016 I -16 II THE VALIDATED REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM, 2014- 2016 II - 1 1. RDIP Summary by Strategic Outcome and RLA/SUC/GOCC, 2014-2016 II - 3 2. RDIP Summary by Project Status, 2014-2016 II - 6 3. List of Kilos Abante Projects, 2014-2016 II - 8 4. List of Programs/Projects/Activities by Strategic Outcome and RLA/SUC/GOCC, 2014-2016 II-19 4.1 Competitive Industry and Services Sectors A 4.2 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector B 4.3 Accelerating Infrastructure Development C 4.4 Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System D 4.5 Good Governance and the Rule of Law E 4.6 Social Development F 4.7 Peace and Security G 4.8 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources H III ANNEX A. Status of Kilos Abante Projects, 2011-2013 (As of June 30, 2013) III - 1
  8. 8. viii LIST OF TABLES Table No. Title Page 1 Number of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs with PPAs listed in the RDIP and AIP-Budget Tracking Reports, CYs 2011-2013 I – 2 2 Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs included in the RDIP and AIP by Strategic Outcome, FY 2011-2013 I – 3 3 Increased and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I – 4 4 Increased and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 I – 4 5 Equal Access to Quality Basic Services Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I – 5 6 Equal Access to Quality Basic Services Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 I – 6 7 Effective Infrastructure Support Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I – 6 8 Effective Infrastructure Support Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011- 2013 I – 7 9 Improved Ecological Integrity Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I – 7 10 Improved Ecological Integrity Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 I – 8 11 Good Governance Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 I – 9 12 Good Governance Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 I – 9 13 Sustained Peace, Development and Security Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I -10 14 Sustained Peace, Development and Security Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 I -10 15 Summary of the Total Validated Investment Requirements by Strategic Outcome, CYs 2014-2016 I -13 16 Summary of the Total Validated Investment Requirements by Project Status, CYs 2014-2016 I -14
  9. 9. ix LIST OF ACRONYMS 4 Ps Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program ADB Asian Development Bank ADSDPP Ancestral Domains Sustainable Development and Protection Plans AFP Armed Forces of the Philippines AIP Annual Investment Program BAS Bureau of Agricultural Statistics BFAR Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources BFP Bureau of Fire Protection BIMP-EAGA Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines-East ASEAN Growth Area BIR Bureau of Internal Revenue BJMP Bureau of Jail Management and Penology BOC Bureau of Customs BSP Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas CAAP Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines CADT Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title CALT Certificate of Ancestral Land Title CAPE Consultancy for Agricultural Productivity Enhancement Program CARHRIHL Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law CARP Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program CBFM Community-based Forest Management CBMS Community-Based Monitoring System CCA Climate Change Adaptation CCCH Ceasefire Committee on the Cessation of Hostilities CCPO Cotabato City Police Office CCSPC Cotabato City State Polytechnic College CCT Conditional Cash Transfer CDP Comprehensive Development Plan CFCST Cotabato Foundation College for Science and Technology CHED Commission on Higher Education CIS Communal Irrigation System CIP Core Investment Program CLUP Comprehensive Land Use Plan COA Commission on Audit CSC Civil Service Commission CY Calendar Year DA Department of Agriculture DAR Department of Agrarian Reform DBM Department of Budget and Management DENR Department of Environment and Natural Resources DepED Department of Education DILG Department of the Interior and Local Government DOE Department of Energy DOF-BLGF Department of Finance – Bureau of Local Government Finance DOH Department of Health DOJ Department of Justice
  10. 10. x DOLE Department of Labor and Employment DOST Department of Science and Technology DOT Department of Tourism DOTC Department of Transportation and Communications DPWH Department of Public Works and Highways DRR Disaster Risk Reduction DRRM Disaster Risk Reduction Management DRRMCs Disaster Risk Reduction Management Councils/Committees DRRMO Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office DSWD Department of Social Welfare and Development DTI Department of Trade and Industry EO Executive Order GID Governance and Institutions Development GOCC Government-Owned and Controlled Corporation Ha Hectare HRDMP Human Resource Development Management Plan HUC Highly Urbanized City HVCCs High Value Commercial Crops IAs Irrigators’ Associations ICC Indigenous Cultural Community ICT Information and Communication Technology IDPs Internally Displaced Persons IEC Information, Education and Communication IFMA Integrated Forest Management Agreement IHL International Human Rights Law IPRA Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act IPs Indigenous Peoples IRA Internal Revenue Allotment ISP Internet Service Provider JAGS-CT Jose Abad Santos-Glan-Sarangani Cooperation Triangle KALAHI-CIDSS Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services Kg Kilogram Km Kilometer KRA Key Result Area LGPMS Local Government Performance Monitoring System LGU Local Government Unit LHB Local Housing Board Lm Linear meter LPRAT Local Poverty Reduction Action Team LSDP Local Shelter Development Plan LTO Land Transportation Office MALMAR Malitubog-Maridagao MDG Millennium Development Goal MFI Micro Finance Institution MFPC Multi-sectoral Forest Protection Committee MGB Mines and Geo-sciences Bureau MinDA Mindanao Development Authority MMIP Malitubog-Maridagao Irrigation Project
  11. 11. xi MRBDMP Mindanao River Basin Development Master Plan MRF Material Recovery Facility MSMEs Micro Small and Medium Enterprises MT Metric Ton NAPOLCOM National Police Commission NCIP National Commission on Indigenous Peoples ND No data NEDA National Economic and Development Authority NGAs National Government Agencies NGOs Non-Government Organizations NGP National Greening Program NHA National Housing Authority NHTS-PR National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction NIA National Irrigation Administration NIPAS National Integrated Protected Areas NIS National Irrigation System NNC National Nutrition Council NRIP National Road Improvement Project NSCB National Statistical Coordination Board NSO National Statistics Office NTC National Telecommunications Commission OFW Overseas Filipino Workers OPAPP Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process PA Philippine Army PA Protected Area PAMANA Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan PAMB Protected Area Management Board PAG-IBIG Pagtutulungan sa Kinabukasan: Ikaw, Bangko, Industriya at Gobyerno PAO Public Attorney’s Office PCA Philippine Coconut Authority PCCP Portland Cement Concrete Pavement PDEA Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency PDP Philippine Development Plan PDPFP Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan PEM Public Expenditure Management PESO Public Employment Service Office PFM Public Financial Management PFMAT Public Financial Management Assessment Tool PHIC Philippine Health Insurance Corporation PhilGEPS Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System Php Philippine Pesos PIA Philippine Information Agency PLPEM Provincial/Local Planning and Expenditure Management PNP Philippine National Police PNP-SAF Philippine National Police-Special Action Force POs People’s Organizations PPA Philippine Ports Authority PPA-DOJ Parole and Probation Administration-Department of Justice PPP Public-Private Partnership
  12. 12. xii PRAISE Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence PRAT Poverty Reduction Action Team PRC Professional Regulation Commission PRO Police Regional Office PSR Private Sector Representative PSS Problem-Solving Session PWD Person With Disability RA Republic Act RAP-LGU Resettlement Assistance Program to LGUs RATE Run After Tax Evader RBPMS Results-Based Performance Management System RDC Regional Development Council RDI Research and Development Institute RDIP Regional Development Investment Program RDP Regional Development Plan RE Renewable Energy RGC Regional Government Center RoRo Roll on-Roll off RPMC Regional Project Monitoring Committee RTC Regional Trial Court SCPPO South Cotabato Provincial Police Office SIFMA Socialized Integrated Forest Management Agreement SKPPO Sultan Kudarat Provincial Police Office SKSU Sultan Kudarat State University SLF Sanitary Landfill SLGR State of Local Governance Report SMEs Small and Medium Enterprises SMI Sagittarius Mines, Incorporated SOCCSKSARGEN South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, General Santos SOCOTECO South Cotabato Electric Cooperative SPPO Sarangani Provincial Police Office SRIP Small River Impounding Project SSF Shared Service Facility SUCs State Universities and Colleges SUKELCO Sultan Kudarat Electric Cooperative TESDA Technical Education and Skills Development Authority TIEZA Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority TOT Training for Trainors TVET Technical-Vocational Education and Training TWSP Training for Work Scholarship Program UHC-AHA Universal Health Care - Aquino Health Agenda USM University of Southern Mindanao VIILPs Various Infra Including Local Projects VPA Volunteer Probation Aide VPA Volunteer Probation Aid WDP Wastewater Discharge Permit WQMA Water Quality Management Area
  13. 13. Chapter 1 Revalidation of the SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2011-2016
  14. 14. I-1 Chapter I REVALIDATION OF THE SOCCSKSARGEN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM (RDIP), 2011-2O16 1. Introduction The SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP) is a list of public sector programs, projects and activities (PPAs), particularly of the regional line agencies (RLAs), state universities and colleges (SUCs) and government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) in Region XII, which are necessary to realize the development objectives and strategic outcomes of the region as enunciated in the Regional Development Plan (RDP), 2011-2016, viz: (a) increased and sustained growth in agriculture, fishery and industry; (b) equal access to quality basic social services; (c) effective infrastructure support (d) improved ecological integrity; (e) adequate and reliable power supply; (f) sustained peace, development and security; and (g) good governance. From among the PPAs in the RDIP, a set of Kilos Abante projects was identified by Regional Development Council (RDC) XII at the beginning of the plan period. These projects were the priority new project proposals that had no firm fund commitment from funding institutions and their implementation was deemed crucial in the attainment of the region’s strategic outcomes. The PPAs were reviewed and validated annually, i.e., from 2011 to 2013, by the RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs, the RDC XII Sectoral Committees, and the RDC XII Full Council. The validated annual investment program (AIP) served as the one of the bases in the preparation of annual budget proposals of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs and the review of these proposals by the RDC. This process was done to ensure that the PPAs were aligned with the priorities of the Social Contract of the Aquino Administration and the attainment of the regional strategic outcomes. The implementation of the AIPs was likewise tracked by the RDC to determine which PPAs were funded during the fiscal years under review. In compliance with Memorandum Circular No. 58, Series of 2013, issued by the Office of the President, RDC XII updated the SOCCSKSARGEN RDP, 2011-2016 and revalidated of the Regional Results Matrix (RRM) and the RDIP, 2011-2016. The Guidelines for the Updating of the RDP/RM/RDIP was approved by RDC XII during its Reorganizational Meeting on 14 August 2013 through Resolution No. 58, Series of 2013. As inputs to the validation of the RDIP, the implementation of the investment program during the first half of the medium-term was assessed. The preparation of the assessment report was based on the AIP-Budget Tracking Reports for CYs 2011-2013 that were submitted by the various RLAs, SUCs and the GOCCs.
  15. 15. I-2 2. The RDIP and the AIP-Budget Tracking Reports The SOCCSKSARGEN RDIP, 2011-2016, also represents the priority PPAs of forty (40) RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs that submitted their respective investment programs proposed for implementation during the plan period. It is acknowledged that the other regional and local government entities also implemented various development projects in the region but their PPAs were not captured in the RDIP as they were identified and funded by their respective central offices. In the case of local government units, most PPAs in their investment programs were funded through their internal revenue allotment and sources other than the national government. In the monitoring of RDIP and AIP implementation in the region, RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs submit their respective annual AIP-Budget Tracking Reports to the RDC. These reports contain information on PPAs that were funded and unfunded, including reasons on variations of funds from the original budget proposals and exclusion from funding. Table 1 presents the number of agencies with PPAs in the RDIP per strategic outcome, including the number of agencies that submitted AIP-Budget tracking reports for CYs 2011-2013. Some agencies have PPAs listed in more than one strategic outcomes. There are also agencies which were unable to submit PPAs for the RDIP but nonetheless prepared their AIPs and the same were endorsed by the RDC for funding. Hence, the numbers of agencies with PPAs in the RDIP and those that submitted tracking reports are not necessarily equal. Further, the number of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs that submitted tracking reports increased from 28 in CY 2011 to 41 in CY 2013. This implies that a broader participation of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs in the investment and budgeting processes in the region. Table 1 Number of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs with PPAs listed in the RDIP and AIP-Budget Tracking Reports, CYs 2011-2013 Strategic Outcome Number of RLAs/SUCs/ GOCCs with PPAs in the RDIP Number of RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs with AIP-Budget Tracking Reports CY 2011 CY 2012 CY 2013 Increased and Sustained Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry 9 5 8 7 Equal Access to Quality Basic Social Services 16 12 13 17 Effective Infrastructure Support 9 2 5 7 Improved Ecological Integrity 3 1 2 2 Adequate and Reliable Energy Supply 1 0 0 0 Sustained Peace, Development and Security 6 5 5 6 Good Governance 4 3 2 2 Total 28 35 41
  16. 16. I-3 3. RDIP Implementation, CYs 2011-2013 The total investment requirements in support of the implementation of the RDP for the period CYs 2011-2013 amounted to about PhP 45.736 Billion (Table 2). Based on the reviewed and approved AIPs during the period, an aggregate of PhP 49.717 Billion was needed to implement 1,499 projects. Further, only 768 projects in the AIP were funded in the amount of PhP 28.487 Billion or about 57.37 percent of total. Compared to the RDIP requirement, the actual budget provided was only 62.29 percent. Per strategic outcome, the biggest budget provided was for the improvement of access to quality basic services in the amount of PhP 12.313 Billion, particularly for education, health and social welfare related PPAs. The next two highest budgets were provided for PPAs supporting increased and sustained growth in agriculture, fishery and industry in the amount of PhP 7.835 Billion and toward attaining effective infrastructure support in the amount of PhP 7.153 Billion, respectively. PPAs for improving ecological integrity received more than the proposed budget at almost 119%. Those for good governance generated the least with around 12% of their proposed budgets receiving funding support. The PPAs under adequate and reliable power supply in the RDIP were proposed and implemented by DAR XII for agrarian reform communities. Table 2 Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs included in the RDIP and AIP by Strategic Outcome, FY 2011-2013 CY 2011-2013 RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Funded PPA Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved Strategic Outcome No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) Increased and Sustained Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry 9,438,758.71 165 8,268,007.28 103 7,799,281.48 62.42 94.33 82.63 Equal Access to Quality Basic Social Services 19,426,564.91 627 28,033,633.97 326 12,312,841.73 51.99 43.92 63.38 Effective Infrastructure Support 13,640,181.00 275 11,232,809.00 76 7,152,840.00 27.64 63.68 52.44 Improved Ecological Integrity 472,962.00 63 545,021.00 42 646,768.00 66.67 118.67 136.75 Adequate and Reliable Energy Supply 83,187.00 - - - - Good Governance 167,624.19 120 183,298.00 80 22,246.00 66.67 12.14 13.27 Sustained Peace, Development and Security 2,506,509.36 249 1,454,671.52 141 553,145.14 56.63 38.03 22.07 Total 45,735,787.17 1,499 49,717,440.77 768 28,487,122.35 51.23 57.30 62.29
  17. 17. I-4 3.1 Increased and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry Of the PhP 9.439 Billion requirement for agriculture, fishery and industry from CY 2011 to CY 2013, about PhP 8.268 for 165 PPAs was included in the AIP, 2011-2013 but only 114 PPAs or about 69% .PPAs were provided funds in the total amount of PhP 7.835 Billion (Table 3). However, the total approved budgets were more than 100 percent of what was proposed in the AIP for FYs 2012 and 2013. Table 3 Increased and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs, CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 798,146.57 50 1,003,001.00 30 283,479.00 60.00 28.26 35.52 2012 4,299,308.41 65 2,071,476.50 44 2,155,879.80 84.62 105.79 50.14 2013 4,341,303.73 50 5,193,529.78 29 5,359,922.68 58.00 103.20 123.46 Total 9,438,758.71 165 8,268,007.28 103 7,799,281.48 62.42 94.33 82.63 By agency, the Department of Agriculture (DA) XII had the highest percent of AIP approved at 143.22 percent (Table 4). The other agencies that received at least 100% of their proposed budget for priority PPAs were the Bureau of Fishery and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) XII, Department of Tourism (DOT) XII, Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) XII and National Food Authority (NFA) XII. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) had the least at only 0.95%. Table 4 Increased and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture, Fishery and Industry Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 Agency/SUC/GOCC AIP (PhP '000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP '000) Percent of AIP Approved Percent of Budget Approved DA XII 1,934,663.10 2,770,846.00 143.22 35.53 BFAR XII 147,259.00 153,697.00 104.37 1.97 DOT XII 3,095.00 3,095.00 100.00 0.04 MGB XII 37,015.00 47,799.00 129.13 0.61 DTI XII 202,079.00 1,915.00 0.95 0.02 SOCSKSARGEN - ADP 336,504.00 241,042.00 71.63 3.09 NIA 3,250,780.18 2,224,275.48 68.42 28.52 NFA 2,356,612.00 2,356,612.00 100.00 30.22 Total 8,268,007.28 7,799,281.48 94.33 100.00
  18. 18. I-5 On the other hand, the biggest share of the total budget approved was for PPAs supportive of agriculture production proposed by DA XII (35.37%) and for irrigation facilities proposed by NIA (28.39%). The budget of NFA, which was around 30% of the total approved budget, was largely for the procurement of rice and not for agriculture production. 3.2 Equal Access to Quality Basic Services To attain the targets toward attaining equal access to quality basic services, an estimated amount of PhP 19.427 Billion was needed to fund various social development related PPAs listed in the RDIP, CYs 2011-2013 (Table 5}. Upon validation during the annual updating of agency investment programs, the requirement for CY 2013 almost doubled. This contributed to the significant increase of the requirement to PhP28.034 Billion during the three-year period. However, only 326 PPAs of the 627 projects proposed in the AIP were funded. Those funded PPAs cost an aggregate amount of PhP12.313 Billion or 43.92 percent of the AIP. Nonetheless, in terms of amount, the approved budget was around 63.38 % the RDIP requirement. Table 5 Equal Access to Quality Basic Services Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 5,182,651.38 140 6,135,919.20 89 3,156,222.28 63.57 51.44 60.90 2012 7,036,400.79 209 7,607,781.28 111 5,290,358.95 53.11 69.54 47.85 2013 7,207,512.74 278 14,289,933.49 126 3,866,260.50 45.32 27.06 53.64 Total 19,426,564.91 627 28,033,633.97 326 12,312,841.73 51.99 43.92 63.38 Among the social sector agencies/SUCs, CHED XII received about 156.25% more than the proposed budget for its PPAs during the period (Table 6). The rest received much less than what was proposed, with SKSU getting the least at only 14% of its proposed budget. More than half of the approved budget of PhP 12.313 Billion (or 56.13 %) for PPAs during the period was for DSWD XII. Out of DSWD’s approved budget of PhP 6.9 Billion, PhP 4.7 Billon was for the Pantawid Pampamilyang Pilipino Program. The next highest budget allocations were for the PPAs of DepEd (PhP 2.746 Billion) and DOH (PhP 1,161 Billion), respectively. The bulk of these amounts were for education and health manpower support and facilities/equipment. For the SUCs, only less than one percent of the budget proposals of their respective AIPs were approved. This could be attributed to the attrition of budget support from the national government to SUCs to make them more self-reliant in their operations.
  19. 19. I-6 Table 6 Equal Access to Quality Basic Services Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 Agency AIP (PhP ‘000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP ‘000) Percent of AIP Approved Percent of Total Approved Budget DOH XII 3,277,423.00 1,160,731.00 35.42 9.427 DepEd XII 11,227,992.00 2,745,945.00 24.46 22.301 TESDA XII 130,356.00 65,855.00 50.52 0.535 CHED XII 20,300.00 31,718.00 156.25 0.258 DOLE XII 315,163.00 180,853.00 57.38 1.469 DSWD XII 9,509,972.00 6,910,709.00 72.67 56.126 PHIC 294,829.58 208,424.23 70.69 1.693 NNC 2,710.39 1,901.50 70.16 0.015 NCIP 89,021.00 47,917.00 53.83 0.389 POPCOM 65,257.00 10,375.00 15.90 0.084 USM 70,150.00 18,700.00 26.66 0.152 CFCST 145,602.00 75,315.00 51.73 0.612 SKSU 332,802.00 45,891.00 13.79 0.373 CCSPC 59,308.00 20,017.00 33.75 0.163 MSU-GenSan 139,791.00 98,651.00 70.57 0.801 DAR XII 2,229,869.00 653,839.00 29.32 5.310 NHA 123,088.00 36,000.00 29.25 0.292 Total 28,033,633.97 12,312,841.73 43.92 100.000 3.3 Effective Infrastructure Support A total of PhP 13.640 Billion was proposed for PPAs in the RDIP, CYs 2011-2013, for the attainment of effective infrastructure support strategic outcome (Table 7). Based on the validated AIPs during the period, the total amount was PhP11.233 Million to fund 275 projects. However, only PhP 7.153 Million was approved for 76 projects. The approved amount represented about 63.68% of the total AIP and 52.44% of the RDIP requirements, respectively. Table 7 Effective Infrastructure Support Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP '000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 3,690,921.00 79 1,922,000.00 37 2,252,252.00 46.84 117.18 61.02 2012 3,477,130.00 91 3,627,735.00 31 2,117,735.00 34.07 58.38 60.90 2013 6,472,130.00 105 5,683,074.00 8 2,782,853.00 7.62 48.97 43.00 Total 13,640,181.00 275 11,232,809.00 76 7,152,840.00 27.64 63.68 52.44
  20. 20. I-7 The Land Transportation Office (LTO) XII received 680.43% of its proposed budget for PPAs (Table 8). It should be noted however that the approved LTO XII budget included funds for its operations. For roads, bridges and flood control projects proposed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) XII, only about 69.28% were provided funded but these comprised around 95% of the total budget approved for the infrastructure sector. Table 8 Effective Infrastructure Support Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 Agency AIP (PhP’000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP’000) Percent of AIP Approved Percent of Total Approved Budget DPWH XII 9,809,705.00 6,795,747.00 69.28 95.01 ICTO-Telof* 17,000.00 - 0.00 LTO XII 10,000.00 68,043.00 680.43 0.95 MARINA 7,464.00 3,850.00 51.58 0.05 NTC 5,700.00 5,700.00 100.00 0.08 PPA - Cotabato City 309,000.00 274,000.00 88.67 3.83 PPA - Gen Santos City 1,073,940.00 5,500.00 0.51 0.08 Total 11,232,809.00 7,152,840.00 63.68 100.00 *No data available on approved budget 3.4 Improved Ecological Integrity PPAs for the improved ecological integrity in the RDIP were proposed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) XII and the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) XII amounting PhP 472.962 Million (Table 9). The total validated annual investment programs of these agencies, however, amounted to PhP545.021 Million for 42 projects. The approved budget for the PPAs of PhP646.768 Million was 118.67% higher than the proposed budget in the AIPs and 136.75% higher than the RDIP. Table 9 Improved Ecological Integrity Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 75,852.00 10 65,865.00 10 70,565.00 100.00 107.14 93.03 2012 195,820.00 20 278,818.00 20 207,374.00 100.00 74.38 105.90 2013 201,290.00 33 200,338.00 12 368,829.00 36.36 184.10 183.23 Total 472,962.00 63 545,021.00 42 646,768.00 66.67 118.67 136.75
  21. 21. I-8 About 93.27% of the approved budget for PPAs for ecological integrity related PPAs were provided for DENR (Table 10). The bulk of the DENR’s budget was for the National Greening Program. EMB XII, on the other hand, received only 8.34% of its proposed investments. Table 10 Improved Ecological Integrity Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 Agency AIP (PhP’000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP’000) Percent of AIP Percent of Total Approved Budget DENR XII 521,680 603,238.00 115.63 93.27 EMB XII 23,341 43,530.00 8.34 6.73 Total 545,021 646,768.00 118.67 100.00 3.5 Adequate and Reliable Energy Supply The provision of adequate and reliable energy supply is basically dependent on private sector initiatives. As earlier mentioned, the PPAs relative to this strategic outcome in the RDIP were those proposed by DAR XII only for agrarian reform communities. These projects were funded and completed. 3.6 Good Governance The PPAs identified by agencies included in the RDIP in support of the attainment of good governance strategic outcome were proposed by six (6) agencies, namely, DILG, NEDA, NSCB, DTI, OCD and MGB. These PPAs were generally technical assistance to LGUs, capability building programs, and construction of regional office buildings at the regional government center in Koronadal City, among others. The total requirement of the PPAs of the said agencies at the beginning of the plan period was PhP 167.624 Billion (Table 11). The validated AIPs amounted to PhP183.298 Million but only PhP 22.265 Million was approved. It should be noted, however, that PPAs for good governance of MGB XII, DTI XII and OCD XII were lumped in the PPAs for agriculture, fishery and industry development, based on the tracking reports submitted by these agencies. The construction of office buildings is in compliance with Executive Order 304, Series of 2004 that mandated the transfer of regional offices of line agencies to Korondal City. While office building construction was included in the RDIP by only a few of the agencies, the rest of the agencies included it in their respective updated AIPs and budget proposals.
  22. 22. I-9 Table 11 Good Governance Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 37,218.80 31 60,842.00 16 1,679.00 51.61 2.76 4.51 2012 93,608.20 58 40,438.00 39 9,284.00 67.24 22.96 9.92 2013 36,797.19 31 82,018.00 25 11,283.00 80.65 13.76 30.66 Total 167,624.19 120 183,298.00 80 22,246.00 66.67 12.14 13.27 As of June 30, 2013, only five (5) were able to construct their office buildings at the Regional Government Center, namely, DepEd XII, CHED XII, BFAR XII, EMB XII and BJMP XII. On the other hand, DPWH XII, BIR, and DBM XII constructed their office buildings outside of the complex. As shown in Table 12, only 21.61% of the proposal of DILG XII was provided with funds. However, DILG’s budget comprised 98.66% of the total budget approved for good governance PPAs. Table 12 Good Governance Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs by Agency, CYs 2011-2013 Agency AIP (PhP ‘000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP ‘000) Percent of AIP Percent of Total Approved Budget DILG XII 101,567.00 21,948.00 21.61 98.66 NEDA 73,135.00 - - NSCB 8,596.00 298.00 3.47 1.34 Total 183,298.00 22,246.00 12.14 100.00 * Inputs from MGB XII, DTI XII and OCD XII were placed under the agriculture, fishery and industry development. 3.7 Sustained Peace, Development and Security PPAs for sustaining peace, development and security required PhP 2.506 Billion. Only about PhP 1.454 Billion for 249 projects was included in the AIPs of concerned agencies (Table 13). Of which, only about 38.03% of the fund requirement of the AIP was provided and 22.07% of the RDIP.
  23. 23. I-10 Table 13 Sustained Peace, Development and Security Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Year RDIP (PhP ‘000) AIP Approved Budget Percent of AIP PPAs funded Percent of AIP Proposed Budget Approved Percent of RDIP proposed budget approved No. of PPAs Proposed Budget (PhP '000) No. of PPAs Approved Budget (PhP '000) 2011 701,749.98 81 332,048.00 62 183,046.00 76.54 55.13 26.08 2012 881,623.40 81 362,657.36 46 177,545.89 56.79 48.96 20.14 2013 923,135.98 87 759,966.16 33 192,553.25 37.93 25.34 20.86 Total 2,506,509.36 249 1,454,671.52 141 553,145.14 56.63 38.03 22.07 The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) XII had the highest percent of its AIP approved at 82.66% (Table 14). For the Philippine National Police (PNP) XII, only 52.21% of its AIP was approved but it accounted 53.96% of the PhP553.145 Million approved budget for the security sector. The rest of the agencies received less than fifty percent of their proposed budgets. Table 14 Sustained Peace, Development and Security Proposed and Approved Budgets for PPAs CYs 2011-2013 Agency AIP (PhP ‘000) Approved Budget for PPAs (PhP ‘000) Percent of AIP Percent of Total Approved Budget PNP XII 571,492.08 298,401.08 52.21 53.95 BFP XII 516,427.70 72,006.76 13.94 13.02 NAPOLCOM XII 71,632.00 29,292.00 40.89 5.30 BJMP XII 181,862.74 150,336.30 82.66 27.18 PPA-DOJ XII 45,757.00 3,109.00 6.79 0.56 PDEA* 67,500.00 - - - Total 1,454,671.52 553,145.14 38.03 100.00 *Lacking data on approved budget for PPAs 3.8 Status of Kilos Abante Projects The RDC XII identified the following priority new projects, tagged as Kilos Abante Projects that were deemed critical in the attainment of the region’s strategic development outcomes during the plan period but with no firm fund commitments. The Kilos Abante Projects consist seventeen (17) priority projects classified by sector, viz: (a) Social Development – 3 projects; (b) Economic Development – 2
  24. 24. I-11 projects; (c) Infrastructure Development – 10 projects; and (d) Governance and Institutions Development – 2 projects. The three (3) social sector projects are: (a) Establishment of Drug Rehabilitation Center in Region XII; (b) Establishment/Upgrading of South Cotabato Provincial Hospital into a Regional Hospital; and the (c) Establishment of Regional Training Center. All these projects are still in the proposal stage with no definite funding source. The establishment of the Regional Training Center has been recommended by TESDA XII to be removed from among the Kilos Abante projects as the purpose of establishing the center is already addressed by other government academic institutions. The two other projects are still in their planning/preparatory stage. The two (2) economic sector projects are the (a) Tampakan Copper Gold Project and (b) Environment Conservation and Protection Landscape with three major sub-projects, Development of the Allah Valley Landscape, Kabulnan Biodiversity Conservation Project, and the Mindanao River Basin Priority Programs/Projects. The feasibility study of the Tampakan Copper Gold Project has been completed and was issued an environmental clearance certificate by the DENR, subject to certain conditions. On the other hand, some LGU-funded subprojects are currently being undertaken in support of the development of the Allah Valley Landscape. The preparation of feasibility studies is also ongoing for the identified priority projects for the Mindanao River Basin. Of the ten (10) infrastructure development projects included in the Kilos Abante Priority Programs/Projects of the region, eight (8) projects are ongoing, one project is still at the Feasibility Study preparation stage (Kabulnan Multi-Purpose Irrigation and Power Project II) and one project is still at the proposal stage (Construction of Integrated Public Transport Terminals for Koronadal City, Tacurong City, Cotabato City and Gen. Santos City). However, the master plan for the Koronadal City terminal is already completed. For the governance and institutions development, five (5) agencies have already constructed their office buildings at the Regional Government Center at Carpenter Hill, Koronadal City and all the provincial and city/municipal local government units of the region have already organized their respective Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils as of December 2012. The highlights of the accomplishments of these projects are in Annex A.
  25. 25. I-12 4. The Process of Validating the RDIP, 2014-2016 Consistent with the guidelines on the Revalidated the Philippine Investment Plan issued by the NEDA, the Revalidated RDIP shall serve as: a. A tool to tighten the links among planning, programming, budgeting and monitoring and evaluation of programs/projects/activities in Region XII; b. Basis for the review of budget proposals of RLAs, SUCs, and other national government entities in the region, for FY 2015 and FY 2016; and c. Basis for monitoring public investment performance in terms of progress towards achieving the goals and targets under the RDP, 2011-2016; The RDIP revalidation involved the preparation of the assessment report on the implementation of the RDIP during the period 2011-2013 with inputs from the various RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs in the region, highlighting their respective contributions to the attainment of the regional development goals and objectives. The RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs likewise reviewed and validated their respective proposed PPAs for the period 2014-2016. The agency validation involved the prioritization of their PPAs using the sector effectiveness and efficiency rating (SEER) criteria. The four RDC XII Sectoral Committees conducted a simultaneous workshop on September 12, 2013 to further review the agency PPAs with regard to their consistency with the national and regional development priorities, particularly along the following strategic outcomes: a. Competitive Industry and Services Sectors; b. Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector; c. Accelerating Infrastructure Development; d. Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System e. Good Governance and the Rule of Law f. Social Development g. Peace and Security h. Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources The RDC XII Sectoral Committees also validated the Kilos Abante Projects and expanded its coverage to include not only new major projects with no fund commitments but also other critical ongoing projects with region-wide impact in terms of the attainment of the regional strategic outcomes.
  26. 26. I-13 5. The Summary of the Validated RDIP, 2014-2016 The total revalidated investment programs of 48 RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs that also consist the Validated RDIP, 2014-2016 cost PhP 138,720,557.32 (Table 15). This is about 203% higher than the investment requirement proposed for 2011-2013. The total investment requirements for CY 2014 is about PhP 56.56 Billion. The requirements reduced to PhP 50.40 Billion and PhP 31.76 Billion for CYs 2015 and 2016, respectively. The highest total investment requirement for 2014-2016 is for social development at PhP 50.446 Billion (or 36.37%). The next highest requirement is for the PPAs that will improve the region’s competitiveness in agriculture and fishery sector at PhP 49,320 Billion (or 35.55%). The PPAs that will accelerate infrastructure development requires about PhP 31.1 Billion. These reflect the development focus of inclusive growth and poverty reduction in the region. About PhP 97.759 Billion or 71% of the total requirement for the period are for ongoing PPAs, while PhP 3.233 Billion (2%) are for pipeline projects (Table 16). The proposed projects will require PhP 37.729 Billion. Table 15 Summary of the Total Validated Investment Requirements by Strategic Outcome, CYs 2014-2016 Strategic Outcomes/Agency Investment Requirements (PhP '000) 2014 2015 2016 Total Cost 1 Competitive Industry and Services Sectors 633,020.66 693,892.31 762,775.01 2,089,687.98 2 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector 25,392,335.84 19,850,803 4,076,862.77 49,320,002.11 3 Accelerating Infrastructure Development 13,221,850.00 9,867,664.00 8,010,739.00 31,100,253.00 4 Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System 195,277.45 1,480.80 1,485.00 198,243.25 5 Good Governance and the Rule of Law 183,731.43 72,043.54 64,265.18 320,040.15 6 Social Development 15,304,837.99 18,490,915.19 16,650,305.20 50,446,058.38 7 Peace and Security 1,252,119.52 963,457.23 1,093,812.70 3,309,389.45 8 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources 379,149.00 460,579.00 1,097,155.00 1,936,883.00 TOTAL 56,562,321.89 50,400,835.57 31,757,399.86 138,720,557.32
  27. 27. I-14 Table 16 Summary of the Total Validated Investment Requirements by Project Status, CYs 2014-2016 Project Status Investment Requirements (PhP '000) 2014 2015 2016 Total Ongoing 41,275,192.32 37,511,295.37 18,972,507.27 97,758,994.96 Pipeline 821,660.33 1,844,059.85 567,209.33 3,232,929.51 Proposed 14,465,469.24 11,045,480.35 12,217,683.26 37,728,632.85 TOTAL 56,562,321.89 50,400,835.57 31,757,399.86 138,720,557.32 6. Kilos Abante Programs/Projects, 2014-2016 From among the PPAs included in the Validated RDIP, 2014-2016, the RDC XII Sectoral Committees selected major priority PPAs per strategic outcome. The list has been expanded to include not only the priority proposed PPAs but also the ongoing major programs/projects that are critical to the attainment of these development strategic outcomes. Some of the Kilos Abante Programs/Projects from the original list, 2011-2016, which are not doable by 2016 have been excluded. The validated Kilos Abante Programs/Projects for 2014-2016 are as follows: 6.1 Competitive Industry and Services Sector a. Industry Clustering/one-town-one-product (OTOP) b. Community-based Ecotourism Program (Lake Sebu and other priority tourism sites) c. Mining Industry Development Program d. Philippine Science and Technology Program for the Development of the Halal Industry 6.2 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector a. Agri - Pinoy Program (Rice, Corn, HVC & Livestock) b. Development and Enhancement of Organic Agriculture c. Farm-to-Market Roads d. Production Support Services (planting/replanting, fertilization & inter- cropping) e. SOCSKSARGEN Food Security Program f. Program Beneficiaries Development
  28. 28. I-15 6.3 Accelerating Infrastructure Development a. Construction/Improvement of National Roads • Kalamansig- Palimbang- Maitum Road • Surallah-Lake Sebu- Maitum Road • Banisilan-Guiling-Alamada-Libungan Road • GSC Circumferencial Road • Cotabato City Circumferencial Road b. Development/Improvement of Airports and Seaports Airports • General Santos City Airport Improvement Project • Cotabato (Awang) Airport Improvement Project • Central Mindanao (M’lang) Airport Development Project Seaports • General Santos Port Improvement Project - Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete (RC) Wharf (Phase 1) - Port Expansion and Reclamation with Open Storage (37,400 sq.m.) Phases 1 and 2 • Glan Port Development Project • Construction of Timaco Seaport c. Flood Control Projects along Ala River and Rio Grande de Mindanao d. Construction/Repair/Rehabilitation of Irrigation Systems • Rehabilitation of Lambayong River Irrigation System (LamRIS) • Malitubog-Maridagao Irrigation Project Phase II (MMIP II) e. Construction of Public Transport Terminals in Urban Centers of Region XII 6.4 Good Governance and Rule of Law a. Establishment of Regional Center • Construction of Agency Regional Offices at Regional Government Center, Carpenter Hill, Koronadal City
  29. 29. I-16 6.5 Social Development a. Establishment of SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Hospital b. Establishment of Drug Rehabilitation Center c. Modernization of the Cotabato Regonal and Medical Center (CRMC) d. Community Initiative Approach Program – Government Employees Housing Project e. Establishment of Regional Education Learning Center in General Santos City f. Amalgamation of State Universities and Colleges 6.6 Peace and Security a. Construction of Critical Infrastructure for Peace and Security • Construction of South Cotabato Provincial Police Office/City and Municipal Police Stations b. Construction of Critical Infrastructure Projects to Ensure Public Safety • Establishment/Construction of Fire Stations 6.7 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources a. National Greening Program b. Forest Protection c. Management of Protected Areas d. Geohazard Assessment and Mapping e. Air and Water Quality, Solid Waste and Mineral Management 7. Region XII Component of the Core Investment Programs, 2014-2016 There are fifteen (15) core investment programs (CIPs) with Region XII component which are included in the Philippine Investment Plan (PIP). The CIPs are (a) new major capital programs and projects and expected to be submitted to ICC for review and approval within March 2013 to March 2015 or PPAs approved by the ICC to be implemented starting 2013 up to 2016 or solicited Public-Private Partnership (PPP) programs/projects covered by the ICC review and approval process; (b) implemented by RLAs/SUCs/GOCCs, regardless of financing scheme, or through national government supported LGU projects; and (c) with budgetary implications in FYs 2014-2016. Solicited PPP proposals are projects identified from the regional/provincial/local development investment programs (RDIP/PDIP/LDIP) and have been approved by the local sanggunian and the appropriate local development councils or the Investment Coordination Committee for PPP implementation.
  30. 30. I-17 The CIPs are the following: 7.1 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector a. Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP)/DA b. Agrarian Reform Communities Project (ARCP) II/DAR c. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP) III/DAR d. Italian Assistance to the Agrarian Reform Community Development Support Program (IARCDSP)/DAR e. Mindanao Rural Development Project (MRDP) Phase II/DA f. Mindanao Sustainable Agrarian and Agriculture Development Project (MINSAAD)/DAR 7.2 Accelerating Infrastructure Development a. DOT-DPWH Convergence Program for Tourism Areas Access Provision/DPWH-DOT b. Implementation of Immediate High-impact Projects identified under the Master Plan for Flood Management/DPWH c. Water District Development Sector Project (WDDSP), CKWD Subprojects/LWUA d. Malitubog-Maridagao Irrigation Project Stage 2/DA-NIA e. Participatory Irrigation Development Project (PIDP)/NIA f. Tulay ng Pangulo Para sa Kaunlarang Pang-agraryo Project/DAR 7.3 Social Development a. KALAHI-CIDSS Project (Additional Financing)/DSWD 7.4 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources a. Forestland Management Project/DENR b. National Program Support for Environment and Natural Resources Management Project/DENR
  31. 31. Chapter 2 The Validated SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016
  32. 32. Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) A Construction/Improvement of National Roads 1 Kalamansig-Palimbang-Maitum Road Kalamansig/ Palimbang 23.373 km. 537,579.00 4.378 km. 100,694.00 5 km. 695,290.00 32.751 km. 1,333,563.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. 2 Surallah-Lake Sebu-Maitum Road Lake Sebu, So. Cot & Maitum, Sarangani 19.94 km. 458,568.00 41 km. 943,000.00 34.38 km. 790,740.00 112 km. 2,192,308.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. 3 Banisilan-Guiling-Alamada-Libungan Road Banisilan 11.67 km. 268,410.00 7 km. 161,000.00 6.33 km. 145,000.00 25.000 km. 574,410.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. 4 GSC Circumferencial Road General Santos City 2 km. 46,000.00 3 km. 69,000.00 3 km. 69,000.00 8 km. 184,000.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. 5 Cotabato City Circumferencial Road Cotabato City 2 km. 46,000.00 2 km. 46,000.00 2 km. 46,000.00 6 km. 138,000.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. B Development/Improvement of Airports and Seaports Airport 6 General Santos City Airport Improvement Project 55,000.00 55,000.00 The P55M is intended for the installation of the additional carousel and expansion of the arrival area of the existing terminal building. For implementation in 2014. 7 Cotabato (Awang) Airport Improvement Project 4,044,750.00 2,041,500.00 2,032,500.00 8,118,750.00 Some of the various activities in the development of the airport is now ongoing. 8 Central Mindanao (M'lang) Airport Development Project Some of the facilities (runway, terminal building, taxiway, apron and vehicle parking area) were already completed. Seaport 9 General Santos Port Improvement Project > Rehabilitation of RC Wharf (Phase 1) Makar Wharf, General Santos City 173ln.m. 60,050 115 ln.m. 39,950 288ln.m 100,000.00 Proposed. For DOTC approval. The operational area is already damaged which reduce the equipment productivity. II-10 Target Target Target Target KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Strategic Outcome : Accelerating Infrastructure Development Programs/ Projects Location Measurable Outputs/Targets and Financial Requirements (Php '000) Status 2014 2015 2016 Total
  33. 33. Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) II-10 Target Target Target Target KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Strategic Outcome : Accelerating Infrastructure Development Programs/ Projects Location Measurable Outputs/Targets and Financial Requirements (Php '000) Status 2014 2015 2016 Total >Port Expansion and Reclamation with Open Storage (37,400 sq.m.) Phase 1 & 2) Makar Wharf, General Santos City 11,00sq.m. 250,000 14,000 sq.m. 323,004 12,400sq.m. 291,996 37,400sq.m. 865,000 On going preparation of detailed engineering at Head Office. 10 Glan Port Development Project Glan, Sarangani Province 15,000.00 59,000.00 74,000.00 (Rehab/Widening of existing Rock Causeway & PCCP (159.6x3m); Construction of PTB (125 sq.m.); Perimeter Fence, gates & Lighting; Extension of existing wharf). 11 Construction of Timaco Port Kalanganan II, Cotabato City 50,000.00 40,000.00 90,000.00 Pipeline II-11 C Flood Control Projects along two Major Rivers (Ala, Rio Grande de Mindanao) in the Region 12 Flood Control Projects along Ala River Isulan and Lambayong, SK 13 projs 245,000.00 13 projs 165,000.00 13 projs 245,000.00 39 projs. 655,000.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. 13 Flood Control Projects along Rio Grande de Mindanao River Cotabato City 2 projs 110,000.00 2 projs 110,000.00 2 projs 110,000.00 6 projs 330,000.00 Proposed & Continuation of on- going projects. D Construction/Repair/Rehab of Irrigation Systems 14 Rehabilitation of Lambayong River Irrigation Systems (LamRIS) Lambayong 725 has. Restored; 1,035 has. Rehab. 86,050.00 296 has. Restored 35,529.00 213 has. Restored 25,560.00 147,139.00 Ongoing 15 Malitubog-Maridagao Irrigation Project (MMIP) Phase II Pikit 2,933 has. New 1,247,338.00 3,990 has. New 974,737.00 2,222,075.00 Ongoing E Construction of Public Transport Terminal in Urban Centers of Region XII To be implemented by LGUs concern (Cities of Tacurong, Koronadal, General santos City & etc.) T O T A L 7,469,745.00 5,118,414.00 4,491,086.00 17,079,245.00
  34. 34. 1. Establishment of Regional Government Center 1. Construction of Agency Regional Offices at Regional Government Center Koronadal City DTI XII 1 32,000.00 32,000.00 Propposed DOT XII 1 20,000.00 20,000.00 Propposed DOST XII 1 20,000.00 20,000.00 Propposed MGB XII 1 5,000.00 5,000.00 Propposed DAR XII 1 72,633.00 72,633.00 Propposed PCA XII 1 7,000.00 7,000.00 Propposed DOH-CHD XII 1 226,760.00 226,760.00 Propposed DOLE XII 1 80,000.00 80,000.00 Propposed NCIP XII 1 18,000.00 18,000.00 Propposed POPCOM XII 1 41,260.00 41,260.00 Propposed LTO XII 1 45,000.00 45,000.00 Propposed NIA XII 1 15,000.00 15,000.00 Propposed NTC XII 1 3,000.00 3,000.00 Propposed MARINA XII 1 30,000.00 30,000.00 Propposed PPA/DOJ XII 1 8,300.00 8,300.00 Propposed NAPOLCOM XII 1 20,000.00 20,000.00 Propposed BFP XII 1 30,000.00 30,000.00 Propposed BJMP XII 1 1,500.00 1,500.00 Propposed DILG XII 1 30,000.00 30,000.00 Propposed NEDA XII 1 40,000.00 40,000.00 Pipeline PDEA XII 1 20,000.00 20,000.00 Propposed PNP XII 1 72,000.00 72,000.00 Propposed PAO XII 1 16,000.00 16,000.00 Propposed DOF-BLGF XII 1 12,000.00 12,000.00 Propposed NSCB XII 1 6,768.50 6,768.50 Propposed TOTAL 872,221.50 872,221.50 Target Cost (P'000) Target Cost (P'000) Target Cost (P'000) Target Cost (P'000) II-12 KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Strategic Outcome: Good Governance and Rule of Law Programs/Projects/Activities Location 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL Status
  35. 35. Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1. Establishment of SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Hospital South Cotabato 81,382.70 20,000.00 101,382.70 Proposed Upgrading of Surallah Municipal Hospital as Regional Hospital a. Infrastructure 64,883.50 64,883.50 b. Equipment 16,499.20 20,000.00 36,499.20 2. Establishment of Drug Rehabilitation Center Region XII 2,000.00 55,000.00 1 center 57,000.00 Proposed 2.1 Feasibility Study for the Construction of Drug Rehabilitation Center 2,000.00 2,000.00 2. 2 Construction of Drug Rehabilitation Center in Region XII 55,000.00 55,000.00 3. Support to the Modernization of the CRMC Cotabato City 338,300.00 488,690.00 411,500.00 1,238,490.00 Proposed a. Health Facilities Enhancement Program Infra 25,000.00 25,000.00 Equipment 13,300.00 13,300.00 b. Continuation of Four Storey to Seven Stories (PPP) and Completion of expansion and Modernization 300,000.00 300,000.00 c. Equipment Outlay for 600 beds 122,490.00 122,490.00 d. Repair/ Renovation/ Improvement of OR Complex, Delivery Complex, NICU, SICU, ICU/CCU and Conversion of Existing AVR to Pediatric Service Wards, OB-Gyne Wards Renovation expansion of Imaging Services 280,000.00 280,000.00 Status Target KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 II-13 Target Target Target Strategic Outcome : Social Development Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total
  36. 36. Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Status Target KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 II-13 Target Target Target Strategic Outcome : Social Development Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total e. Radiation Facility with Linear Accelerator, Brachy therapy Machine and Nuclear Medicine Equipment to serve cancer patients in Central Mindanao especially indigent patients 380,000.00 380,000.00 f. Land & Land Improvements including Storm Drainage System 20,200.00 20,200.00 g. Storage Building for Pharmacy, Medical Records & X-ray 15,000.00 15,000.00 h. Construction of Motor Pool Building 24,000.00 24,000.00 i. Construction of New Dormitory 27,000.00 27,000.00 j. Rehabilitation of Fire Alarm System 20,000.00 20,000.00 k. Repair/ Renovation of Wards Ducting Ventilation System 11,500.00 11,500.00 4. Community Initiative Approach Program - Government Employees' Housing Project Koronadal City, So. Cot. 1,000 240,000 1,000 units 240,000 Proposed 5. Establishment of Regional Education Learning Center (RELC) 10,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 80,000 Ongoing Construction of Dormitory in the R-NEAP - (RELC) SOCCSKSARGEN Gen. Santos City 2 storey -20 rooms 10,000.00 1 dormitory with 30 rooms 35,000.00 1 dormitory with 30 rooms 35,000.00 2 storey -20 rooms 80,000.00 Ongoing 6. Amalgamation of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) 2,000 2,000 2,000 6,000 Ongoing SUCs Amalgamation advocacy activities 4 activities 2,000 4 activities 2,000 4 activities 2,000 12 activities 6,000 Ongoing 433,682.70 600,690.00 688,500.00 1,722,872.70 TOTAL 431,682.70 600,690.00 688,500.00 1,722,872.70 II-14
  37. 37. 1. Construction of Critical Infrastructure for Peace and Security - Philippine National Police (PRO) XII 1. Construction of Police Stations Matalam, North Cotabato; Antipas, North Cotabato; Kabacan, North Cotabato; Midasayap, North Cotabato; Tantangan, South Cotabato; Sto Nino South Cotabto; Polomolok, South Cotabato; Malapatan, Saranagni; Maasim, Saranagni; Makar, GSC; Tambler, GSC; Glan, Sarangani; Malungon, Sarangani; SK Pendatun, Cotabato City; Esperanza Sultan Kudarat; Sen. Ninoy Aquino, Sultan Kudarat; Isulan Sultan Kudarat, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat; Lutayan, Sultan Kudarat; Lambayong Sultan Kudarat; Kidapawan City 7 30,057,300.00 8 48,537,220.00 7 33,400,220.00 22 111,994,740.00 Propposed 2. Construction of South Cotabato Provincial Police Office Koronadal City 1 15,137,000.00 1 15,137,000.00 Propposed 3. Purchase of Lot and Construction of PRO XII Headquarter Koronadal City 1 93,000,000.00 1 93,000,000.00 Propposed 2. Construction of Critical Infrastructure Projects to Ensure Public Safety - Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) XII 4. Construction of BFP XII Regional Office with Fire Sub Station Koronadal City 1 30,000.00 1 30,000.00 Proposed 5. Construction of Provincial Fire Offices South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani 1 2,000.00 1 2,000.00 1 2000 3 6,000.00 Proposed II-15 KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Strategic Outcome: Sustained Peace, Development and Security Programs/Projects/Activities Location 2014 2015 2016 Status Target Cost (P'000)Target Cost (P'000)Target Cost (P'000) Target Cost (P'000)
  38. 38. II-15 KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Strategic Outcome: Sustained Peace, Development and Security Programs/Projects/Activities Location 2014 2015 2016 Status Target Cost (P'000)Target Cost (P'000)Target Cost (P'000) Target Cost (P'000) 6. Construction of Fire Stations Lake Sebu, South Cotabato; Alamada, North Cotabato; Arakan Valley, North Cotabato; Banisilan, North Cotabato; Lutayan Sultan Kudarat; Bagumbayan, Sultan Kudarat, Sen. Ninoy Aquino, Sultan Kudarat, Maitum and Maasim Sarangani 4 8,000.00 3 6,000.00 2 4000 9 18,000.00 Proposed 7. Repair and Rehabilitation of Fire Stations Region XII 5 1,250.00 5 1,250.00 5 1250 15 3,750.00 Proposed 8. Procurement of Firetrucks Region XII 2 12,000.00 2 12,000.00 2 12,000.00 6 36,000.00 Proposed 9. Repair and Rehabilitation of Fire Trucks Region XII 5 1,975.00 5 1,975.00 5 1,975.00 15 5,925.00 Proposed 10. Procurement of Ambulance/Rescue Truck for City Fire Offices Gen. Santos City, Tacurong City, Koronadal City, Kidapawan City, Cotabato City Fire Offices 2 3,000.00 2 3,000.00 1 1,500.00 5 7,500.00 Proposed 11. Procurement of Ambulance/Rescue Truck for Stations with EMS Region XII 1 1,500.00 1 1,500.00 1 1500 3 4,500.00 Proposed 3. Construction of Drug Rehabilitation Center - Philippines Drug Enforcement Office (PDEA) XII 12. Construction of Drug Rehabilitation Center and Purchase of Lot South Cotabato 1 30,000.00 Proposed 123,147,025.00 63,701,945.00 33,424,445.00 220,243,415.00 II-16 T O T A L
  39. 39. Strategic Outcome : Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resourcestor 2014 2015 2016 Total Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1. National Greening Program - Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) XII National Greening Project (has.) Region 329,230.00 348,192.00 971,818.00 - 1,649,240.00 On-going Sub-total 329,230.00 348,192.00 971,818.00 1,649,240.00 2. Forest Protection - DENR XII Management of Forestland & Forest Resources Region XII 600.00 636.00 672.00 1,908.00 On-going Forest Protection Region XII 1,730.00 1,810.00 1,910.00 5,450.00 On-going Sub-total 2,330.00 2,446.00 2,582.00 7,358.00 3. Management of Protected Areas Management of Protected Areas Region XII 11,088.00 15,930.00 16,150.00 43,168.00 On-going Sub-total 11,088.00 15,930.00 16,150.00 43,168.00 4. Geohazard Assessment and Mapping - Mines and Geoscience Bureau (MGB) XII Geosciences Development Services 2,462.00 2,926.00 3,364.00 8,752.00 On going Sub-total 2,462.00 2,926.00 3,364.00 8,752.00 5. Air and Water Quality, Solid Waste and Mineral Management - Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) XII Air Quality Management Clean Air/Linis Hangin Program 273.00 293.00 318.00 884.00 On going Water Quality Management Clean Water/Sagip Ilog Program 1,422.00 1,445.00 1,460.00 4,327.00 On going Toxic Substances & Hazardous Waste Mgnt. 215.00 220.00 229.00 664.00 On going Solid Waste Management 80.00 85.00 98.00 263.00 On going Sub-total 1,990.00 2,043.00 2,105.00 6,138.00 T O T A L 347,100.00 371,537.00 996,019.00 1,714,656.00 KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 II-17 Programs/ Projects Location Status Target Target Target Target
  40. 40. 2014 2015 2016 Total Cost 1 Competitive Industry and Services Sectors 633,020.66 693,892.31 762,775.01 2,089,687.98 DTI XII 2,747.63 2,056.50 2,091.50 6,895.63 DOST XII 603,840.43 664,226.05 730,651.38 1,998,717.86 DOT XII 10,621.60 11,683.76 12,852.14 35,157.50 MGB XII 10,403.00 12,456.00 13,382.00 36,241.00 CDA XII 5,408.00 3,470.00 3,798.00 12,676.00 2 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector 25,392,335.84 19,850,803.50 4,076,862.77 49,320,002.11 DA XII 2,856,617.00 3,195,200.00 3,491,023.00 9,542,840.00 SOCSKSARGEN-ADPO 340,061.00 303,870.00 251,970.00 895,901.00 BFAR XII 63,798.00 99,096.00 121,481.00 284,375.00 PCA XII 86,230.00 85,230.00 72,230.00 243,690.00 NFA 21,206,417.00 15,740,800.00 - 36,947,217.00 DAR 839,212.84 426,607.50 140,158.77 1,405,979.11 3 Accelerating Infrastructure Development 13,221,850.00 9,867,664.00 8,010,739.00 31,100,253.00 DPWH 6,806,942.00 4,476,569.00 4,509,846.00 15,793,357.00 NIA 1,629,352.00 2,372,901.00 939,897.00 4,942,150.00 LTO 45,000.00 4,000.00 5,500.00 54,500.00 PPA GSC 600,806.00 863,694.00 482,996.00 1,947,496.00 PPA Cot 10,000.00 109,000.00 40,000.00 159,000.00 CAAP Cot 4,044,750.00 2,041,500.00 2,032,500.00 8,118,750.00 CAAP GSC 55,000.00 55,000.00 MARINA 30,000.00 30,000.00 DOE Investment Requirements (P'000) Strategic Outcomes/Agency Summary of Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016 by Strategic Outcome by Agency II-3
  41. 41. 2014 2015 2016 Total Cost Investment Requirements (P'000) Strategic Outcomes/Agency Summary of Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016 by Strategic Outcome by Agency II-3 4 Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System 195,277.45 1,480.80 1,485.00 198,243.25 BLGF XII 19,681.60 1,480.80 1,485.00 22,647.40 BIR XII 175,595.85 175,595.85 5 Good Governance and the Rule of Law 183,731.43 72,043.54 64,265.18 320,040.15 DILG XII 6,480.00 4,800.00 3,400.00 14,680.00 NAPOLCOM XII 32,168.00 12,207.00 12,414.00 56,789.00 PAO XII 40,897.60 40,897.60 40,897.60 122,692.80 PPA-DOJ XII 2,607.00 11,148.00 4,114.00 17,869.00 NSO XII 57,878.00 57,878.00 NEDA XII 41,100.00 41,100.00 OCD XII 2,600.83 2,990.94 3,439.58 9,031.35 6 Social Development 15,304,837.99 18,490,915.19 16,650,305.20 50,446,058.38 DOH-CHD 1,481,858.30 1,582,154.70 1,020,881.60 4,084,894.60 NNC 9,733.00 8,748.00 7,248.00 25,729.00 POPCOM 65,933.00 27,502.00 26,169.00 119,604.00 DepEd 5,171,146.97 8,107,446.66 5,967,333.00 19,245,926.63 CHED 50,812.00 56,712.00 58,812.00 166,336.00 TESDA 56,179.00 44,936.00 49,399.00 150,514.00 DOLE 113,976.00 205,171.00 138,005.00 457,152.00 DSWD 3,759,591.00 3,228,623.00 3,275,811.00 10,264,025.00 NCIP 86,384.72 33,248.83 34,023.60 153,657.15 NHA 155,200.00 514,000.00 408,000.00 1,077,200.00 II-4
  42. 42. 2014 2015 2016 Total Cost Investment Requirements (P'000) Strategic Outcomes/Agency Summary of Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016 by Strategic Outcome by Agency II-3 SUCs: CCSPC 33,795.00 96,432.00 100,462.00 230,689.00 CFCST 86,050.00 44,550.00 34,050.00 164,650.00 MSU-GSC 164,700.00 43,643.00 23,140.00 231,483.00 SKSU 3,996,021.00 4,422,050.00 5,433,986.00 13,852,057.00 USM 73,458.00 75,698.00 72,985.00 222,141.00 7 Peace and Security 1,252,119.52 963,457.23 1,093,812.70 3,309,389.45 PNP XII 977,459.17 787,238.57 866,862.30 2,631,560.04 BFP XII 150,239.35 117,954.51 165,492.50 433,686.36 BJMP XII 58,921.00 58,264.15 61,457.90 178,643.05 PDEA XII 65,500.00 65,500.00 8 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources 379,149.00 460,579.00 1,097,155.00 1,936,883.00 DENR XII 376,879.00 458,251.00 1,094,760.00 1,929,890.00 EMB XII 2,270.00 2,328.00 2,395.00 6,993.00 TOTAL 56,562,321.89 50,400,835.57 31,757,399.86 138,720,557.32 II-5
  43. 43. 2014 2015 2016 Total 1 Competitive Industry and Services Sectors 633,020.66 693,892.31 762,775.01 2,089,687.98 Ongoing 107,146.23 115,156.81 126,805.51 349,108.55 Pipeline Proposed 525,874.43 578,735.50 635,969.50 1,740,579.43 2 Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Services 25,392,335.84 19,850,803.50 4,076,862.77 49,320,002.11 Ongoing 22,140,275.84 18,236,221.50 2,397,424.77 42,773,922.11 Pipeline - Proposed 3,252,060.00 1,614,582.00 1,679,438.00 6,546,080.00 3 Accelerating Infrastructure Development 13,221,850.00 9,867,664.00 8,010,739.00 31,100,253.00 Ongoing 8,990,044.00 6,310,550.00 5,025,342.00 20,325,936.00 Pipeline 55,000.00 1,398,164.00 1,453,164.00 Proposed 4,176,806.00 2,158,950.00 2,985,397.00 9,321,153.00 4 Towards a Resilient and Inclusive Financial System 195,277.45 1,480.80 1,485.00 198,243.25 Ongoing 5,536.60 1,480.80 1,485.00 8,502.40 Pipeline 175,595.85 175,595.85 Proposed 14,145.00 14,145.00 5 Good Governance and the Rule of Law 183,731.43 72,043.54 64,265.18 320,040.15 Ongoing 39,012.60 37,482.60 37,255.60 113,750.80 Pipeline 40,000.00 - - 40,000.00 Proposed 104,718.83 34,560.94 27,009.58 166,289.35 6 Social Development 15,304,837.99 18,490,915.19 16,650,305.20 50,446,058.38 Ongoing 9,560,662.69 12,353,894.09 10,286,802.20 32,201,358.98 Pipeline 220,400.00 - - 220,400.00 Proposed 5,523,775.30 6,137,021.10 6,363,503.00 18,024,299.40 Strategic Outcomes/Status Investment Requirements (P'000) Summary of Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016 by Strategic Outcome and Project Status II-6
  44. 44. 2014 2015 2016 Total Strategic Outcomes/Status Investment Requirements (P'000) Summary of Validated Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP), 2014-2016 by Strategic Outcome and Project Status II-6 7 Peace and Security 1,252,119.52 963,457.23 1,093,812.70 3,309,389.45 Ongoing 69,365.36 73,515.57 77,722.19 220,603.12 Pipeline 330,664.48 445,895.85 567,209.33 1,343,769.66 Proposed 852,089.68 444,045.81 448,881.18 1,745,016.67 8 Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation of the Environment and Natural Resources 379,149.00 460,579.00 1,097,155.00 1,936,883.00 Ongoing 363,149.00 382,994.00 1,019,670.00 1,765,813.00 Pipeline Proposed 16,000.00 77,585.00 77,485.00 171,070.00 56,562,321.89 50,400,835.57 31,757,399.86 138,720,557.32 Ongoing 41,275,192.32 37,511,295.37 18,972,507.27 97,758,994.96 Pipeline 821,660.33 1,844,059.85 567,209.33 3,232,929.51 Proposed 14,465,469.24 11,045,480.35 12,217,683.26 37,728,632.85 T O T A L II-7
  45. 45. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1. Industry Clustering/OTOP - Department of Trade and Inustry (DTI) XII Industry Clustering Development Project All Congressional Districts 519.50 10.00 10.00 539.50 On-going One Town One Product Program (OTOP) Stores - Ang Tindahang Pinoy General Santos City 2.50 2.50 2.50 7.50 On going Sub-total 522.00 12.50 12.50 547.00 2. Community-Based Ecotourism Program (Lake Sebu & other Priority Tourism Sites) - DENR XII/DOT XII Operationalization of Regional Ecotourism Committee (REC) (no.) Region XII 1 70.00 1 80.00 1 100.00 1 250.00 On-going Preparation of Eco-tourism Mngt. Plan (no.) Cotabato and South Cotabato 4 1,200.00 - - - - 4 1,200.00 On-going Implementation of Eco-tourism Mngt. Plan (no.) Cotabato and South Cotabato 3 9,000.00 5 15,000.00 5 15,000.00 13 39,000.00 Proposed Sub-total 10,270.00 15,080.00 15,100.00 40,450.00 3. Halal Laboratory Project - Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII A. Philippine S&T Program for the Development of the Halal Industry 251,784.00 276,962.00 304,658.00 833,404.00 B. Halal Plant Surveillance and Audit Regionwide 5,235.00 5,759.00 6,335.00 17,329.00 proposed Sub-total 257,019.00 282,721.00 310,993.00 850,733.00 4. Mining Industry Development Program - Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) XII Mineral Lands Administration South Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani Prov. 2,941.00 3,530.00 4,018.00 10,489.00 On going Sub-total 2,941.00 3,530.00 4,018.00 10,489.00 TOTAL 270,752.00 301,343.50 330,123.50 902,219.00 II-8 Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016
  46. 46. Strategic Outcome : Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fishery Sector Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1. Agri-Pinoy Programs - Department of Agriculture (DA) XII 1. AP Rice Program 606,487.00 667,136.00 747,193.00 2,020,816.00 Ongoing 2. AP Corn Program 180,159.00 198,176.00 221,956.00 600,291.00 Proposed 3. AP HVCD Program - 125,920.00 141,031.00 266,951.00 Proposed 4. AP Livestock Program Regionwide 44,134.00 48,547.00 54,373.00 147,054.00 Proposed Sub-total 830,780.00 1,039,779.00 1,164,553.00 3,035,112.00 2. Development and Enhancement of Organic Agriculture - Department of Agriculture (DA) XII 1. Promotion & Dev't. of Organic Agricutlure Regionwide 19,936.00 21,930.00 24,561.00 66,427.00 Proposed Sub-total 19,936.00 21,930.00 24,561.00 66,427.00 3. Farm to Market Roads - Department of Agriculture (DA) XII 1. Farm to Market Roads 670,000.00 670,000.00 670,000.00 2,010,000.00 On going Sub-total 670,000.00 670,000.00 670,000.00 2,010,000.00 4. Production Support Services (planting/replanting, fertilization & inter-cropping) - Phillippine Coconut Authority (PCA) XII Production Support 63,230.00 63,230.00 63,230.00 189,690.00 Sub-total 63,230.00 63,230.00 63,230.00 189,690.00 5. SOCSKSARGEN Food Security Program - SOCSKSARGEN-ADPO SOCSKSARGEN INTEGRATED FOOD SECURITY PROGRAM 1. Production Support Infrastructure 1,500.00 1,500.00 Pipeline 2. Farm to Market Roads & Bridges 30.60/30 286,461.00 30.60/45 264,370.00 23.77/145 248,470.00 799,301.00 Pipeline 3. Post Harvest Facilities and Equipments 32 49,200.00 21 39,500.00 8 3,500.00 53 92,200.00 Pipeline/ Proposed 4. Extension Support 1 2,900.00 1 2,900.00 Pipeline Sub-total 340,061.00 303,870.00 251,970.00 895,901.00 6. Program Beneficiaries Development- Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) XII Program Beneficiaries Development 9,757.30 14,653.61 15,395.48 39,806.39 Ongoing Sub-total 9,757.30 14,653.61 15,395.48 39,806.39 T O T A L 1,933,764.30 2,113,462.61 2,189,709.48 6,236,936.39 II-9 Target Target Target Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total Status Target KILOS ABANTE PROGRAMS/PROJECTS, 2014-2016
  47. 47. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1 Shared Services Facility All Cities and Municipalities 31.63 32.00 32.00 95.63 Number of shared services facility established 53 31.63 45 32.00 45 32.00 143 95.63 On-going Number of beneficiaries/MSMEs assisted 665 600 600 1,865 Jobs 2,050 2,000 2,000 6,050 2 Industry Clustering Development Project All Congressional Districts 519.50 10.00 10.00 539.50 No. of industry clusters assisted 7 5.00 7 5.00 7 5.00 7 15.00 On-going No. of sub-sectors assisted 25 5.00 25 5.00 25 5.00 25 15.00 No. of industry cluster plans prepared/updated 7 7 7 7 No. of MSMEs assisted 42 50 50 142 No. of Job generated 500 550 550 1,600 Amount of investment generated (PhP'M) 10 12 12 34 - Amount of exports generated (US$'M) 5 10 10 25 - Amount of Domestic Sale generated (PhP'M) 12 15 15 42 - Fruit Park & Pasalubong Center estalished Tupi 1 3.00 1 3.00 Bagsakan Center and Cold Storage established Tampakan 1 4.00 1 4.00 No. of bamboo nurseries established 10 2.50 10 2.50 No. of MSMEs assisted 25 25 - No. of Job generated 100 100 - Amount of Domestic Sale generated (PhP'M) 0.50 0.50 Bamboo Nodes Sultan Kudarat 2 2 Bamboo hub South Cotabato 1 1 Number of bamboo node established T'boli or Lake Sebu 1 500.00 1 500.00 Total A-1 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Status Target Target Target Target 2016
  48. 48. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Total A-1 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Status Target Target Target Target 2016 3 One Town One Product Program (OTOP) Stores - Ang Tindahang Pinoy General Santos City 2.50 2.50 2.50 7.50 On going OTOP Store - Gensan established 1 2.50 2 2.50 2 2.50 2 7.50 OTOP Store Website for online marketing; 1 1 1 1 SME Website maintained 30 35 35 35 Amount of sales generated (PhP'M) 5 6 6 17 No. of SMEs Assisted 30 35 35 30 A-2 4 Support to National Greening Program: Green SMEs Capacity Development for Environmentally Sustainable SMEs 210.00 171.50 181.50 563.00 On going Number of trees planted 1,040 30.00 1,145 30.00 1,260 40.00 3,445 100.00 No. of product clinics conducted 1 60.00 60.00 60.00 1 180.00 No. of designs introduced 1 20.00 1 20.00 No. of beneficiaries 30 30 No. of LGUs adopting local policy 1 50.00 1 50.00 50.00 2 150.00 No. of policy proposals considered for action 1 1 2 No. of incentive codes reviewed 1 1 1 3 No. of info packages disseminated 1 30.00 1 30.00 1 30.00 3 90.00 No. of investment forum/dialogues/ clinics conducted 1 20.00 1 20.00 Creation of command centers 1.50 1.50 3.00 5 Business Permit and Licensing Systems (BPLS) All Cities and Municipalities 100% 500.00 100% 500.00 100% 500.00 100% 1,500.00 On-going Philippine Business Registry (PBR) 100% 100% 300.00 100% 300.00 100% 600.00 On-going
  49. 49. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Total A-1 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Status Target Target Target Target 2016 6 Diskwento Caravan 240.00 300.00 360.00 900.00 Number of Diskwento caravans conducted 12 240.00 15 300.00 18 360.00 45 900.00 On-going Number of consumers benefited 3,600 6,450 7,000 17,050 Amount of sales generated, Php M 6 7 8 21 7 Project Management Office of the Regional Competitiveness Coordinating Committee (RC3) General Santos City 1 240.00 1 1.50 1 1.50 1 243.00 Proposed A-3 8 Philippine Traceability for Revitalized Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement (P-TRACE) Project South Cotabato; General Santos City 500.00 500.00 500.00 1,500.00 Industry Study for Coconut, Cacao and Coffee 3 500.00 3 500.00 3 500.00 3 1,500.00 On-going Roadmap for Coconut, Cacao and Coffee 3 3 3 3 No. of Job generated 200 200 200 600 No. of MSMEs assisted 30 30 30 90 Amount of Domestic Sale generated 5 5 5 15 Amount of export sales generated (US$'M) 10 10 10 30 9 Production Innovation Program (PIP) All Cities and Municipalities 500.00 500.00 500.00 1,500.00 On-going No. of new products developed 8 500.00 10 500.00 13 500.00 31 1,500.00 Amount of Domestic Sale generated 2 5 6 13 No. of MSMEs assisted 8 10 13 31 10 Construction of DTI Building Regional Center, Koronadal City 1 35.00 1 35.00 Proposed
  50. 50. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Total A-1 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Status Target Target Target Target 2016 11 Systems Updating (ISO-QMS) and Upgrading of IT Equipment & Software Kidapawan City; Midsayap, Cot.; Koronadal City; Tacurong City; Gensan City; Cotabato City, Alabel, Sarangani 8 4.00 8 4.00 8 4.00 8 12.00 On-going A-4 TOTAL 2,747.63 2,056.50 2,091.50 6,895.63
  51. 51. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC : Department of Tourism (DOT) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1 TOURISM PROMOTION SERVICES BIMP 3,717.56 4,089.32 4,498.25 12,305.12 On going International No. of information drive in key markets: (i) travel fairs 1 1 1 (ii) advertising (multi-media and internet) 4 6 6 (iii) sales missions/presentation/calls 1 (iv) trade support 1 No. of invitation programs (i) media 2 (ii) travel trade 1 1 1 Domestic 2 2 No. of information drive Regionwide (i) travel fairs/ events 6 4 4 (ii) advertising (multi-media and internet) 10 15 20 (iii) sales missions/presentation calls 6 10 10 (iv) publicity / reception 6 10 10 No. of invitation programs (i) media 4 6 10 (ii) travel trade 2 6 6 No. of special events/festivals conducted/ organized/assisted (i) regional showcase 2 A-15 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total Status Target Target Target Target
  52. 52. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC : Department of Tourism (DOT) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) A-15 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total Status Target Target Target Target (ii) festivals 12 (iii) special events 2 2 TOURISM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Regionwide 3,717.56 4,089.32 4,498.25 12,305.12 On going No. of tourism development plans: (i) formulated 2 1 1 (ii) updated 2 2 2 (iii) monitored 6 2 2 No. of tourism products: (i) conceptualized 10 6 6 (ii) developed/implemented 4 4 4 (iii) monitored 6 6 6 No. of capability building program: (i) tourism planning 6 6 6 (ii) product development 2 2 5 3 TOURISM STANDARDS AND SERVICES Regionwide 3,186.48 3,505.13 3,855.64 10,547.25 On going No. of accredited facilities 40 50 55 No. of facilities monitored (i) hotels/accomodation 28 30 30 (ii) tour operators 6 10 10 (iii) tourism related establishments 6 10 15 No. of accredited services (i) tour guides 6 A-16
  53. 53. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC : Department of Tourism (DOT) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) A-15 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 2016 Total Status Target Target Target Target (ii) taxi drivers (iii) lifeguards/rescue No. of manpower training programs: (i) industry 4 4 6 (ii) local government units 6 6 6 TOTAL 10,621.60 11,683.76 12,852.14 35,157.50 A-17
  54. 54. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) 1. Mineral Lands Administration 2,941.00 3,530.00 4,018.00 10,489.00 On going a) Mining Industry Dev't. Program Sot. Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani 10 2,038.00 10 1,505.00 10 2,198.00 30 5,741.00 b) Mineral Investment Promotion Program South Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani Prov. 3 672.00 2 989.00 2 658.00 7 2,319.00 c) Communication Plan for Mineral Development South Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani Prov. 4 231.00 4 1,036.00 4 1,162.00 12 2,429.00 2. Geosciences Development Services 2,462.00 2,926.00 3,364.00 8,752.00 On going - a) Geohazard Survey & Assessment South Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani 15 2,020.00 15 2,103.00 15 2,422.00 45 6,545.00 b) Geological Mapping c)Groundwater Resources Assessment South Cot., Sultan Kudarat & Sarangani 4 442.00 4 556.00 4 644.00 12 1,642.00 d) Miscellaneous Geological Services 2 2 267.00 2 298.00 6 565.00 - A-18 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016
  55. 55. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) A-18 Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 3. General Administration & Support Services 5,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 17,000.00 - a) Phase II Construction of MGB Regional Office Carpenter Hill, Koronadal City 1 5,000.00 1 5,000.00 b) Construction of Laboratory 1 6,000.00 1 6,000.00 c) Purchase of Furniture & Fixture & Vehicle 1 6,000.00 1 6,000.00 TOTAL 10,403.00 12,456.00 13,382.00 36,241.00 A-19
  56. 56. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Cooperatives Development Authority (CDA) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Dissemination of rules & regulations to ensure safe & sound operation of coops Regionwide 1,110 220.00 1,221 242.00 1,343 266.00 3,674 728.00 On-going Supervision & monitoring of coops' compliance Regionwide 1,110 220.00 1,221 242.00 1,343 266.00 3,674 728.00 On-going Inspection & evaluation of coops' performance Regionwide 1,110 220.00 1,221 242.00 1,343 266.00 3,674 728.00 On-going Evaluation & registration of cooperatives Regionwide 70 100.00 75 110.00 80 121.00 225 331.00 On-going Intensify coop membership expansion Regionwide 3,243 150.00 3,567 165.00 3,924 181.00 10,734 496.00 On-going Accreditation/recognition of service providers Regionwide 2 100.00 6 200.00 6 200.00 14 500.00 On-going Establishment of business centers/show room Regionwide 1 200.00 2 330.00 2 363.00 5 893.00 On-going Reproduction & distribution of info education communication (IEC) materials Regionwide 1,000 200.00 1,200 220.00 1,270 242.00 3,470 662.00 On-going Strengthen & monitor Cooperative Development Councils Regionwide 56 200.00 56 264.00 56 290.00 168 754.00 On-going Conduct/coordinate coop summits, congresses, fora, trade fairs/exhibits, business matching & road shows & other related activities Regionwide 12 250.00 1,200 385.00 1,270 424.00 2,482 1,059.00 On-going Dissemination of rules & identification of remedial measures & distressed cooperatives & the implementation of such measures Regionwide 24 240.00 24 264.00 24 290.00 72 794.00 On-going A-20 Status Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Programs/ Projects LocationRank 2014 2015 2016 Total Target Target Target Target
  57. 57. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Cooperatives Development Authority (CDA) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) A-20 Status Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Programs/ Projects LocationRank 2014 2015 2016 Total Target Target Target Target Provision of technical assistance, legal, mediation & conciliation services Regionwide 30 100.00 50 150.00 75 175.00 155 425.00 On-going Consultation-dialogue with the LGUs re:creation of the coop office and lobby with the different congressmen of the amendment of the local Gov't Code for its mandatory creation Regionwide 1 133.00 1 146.00 1 161.00 3 440.00 On-going Inventory/Updating of institutions/NGOs with credit facility for coops Regionwide 1 25.00 1 30.00 1 35.00 3 90.00 On-going Collaboration and coordination with LGUs on the establishment of the credit surety fund (CSF) Regionwide 2 213.00 2 234.00 2 257.00 6 704.00 On-going Expansion of coop membership to the CSF Regionwide 25 133.00 25 146.00 25 161.00 75 440.00 On-going Consultation-dialogue with the coops on consolidation, merger and federation Regionwide 2 2,704.00 2 100.00 2 100.00 6 2,904.00 On-going TOTAL 5,408.00 3,470.00 3,798.00 12,676.00 A-21
  58. 58. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) I. SMALL ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADING PROGRAM (SETUP) Regionwide 25,015.50 27,517.05 30,268.58 82,801.13 On going A. Technology Acquisition and Upgrading No. of Technology Interventions 1,400 17,658.00 1,540 19,423.80 16,171 21,366.00 19,111 58,447.80 No. of Existing Firms Assisted 370 407 47 824 - No. of Start Up Firms Assisted 300 330 346 976 - Gross Sales (P '000) 34,729 38,202 40,112 113,043 - Employment Generated, man-months 12,500 13,750 14,437 40,687 - B. Technology Trainings No. of Trainings Conducted 46 4,414.50 51 4,855.95 54 5,341.55 151 14,612.00 No. of Firms Assisted 347 382 401 1,130 - No. of Participants 926 1,019 1,070 3,015 - C. DOST-Academe Technology-based Enterprise Development (DATBED) Program No. of Schools Accredited 4 4 4 12 - No. of Projects 4 4 4 12 - No. of Student Beneficiaries 8 9 10 27 - D. Consultancy Services No. of Firms Assisted 1,471.50 1,618.65 1,780.52 4,870.67 A. MPEX 20 22 23 65 - B. CAPE 20 22 23 65 - Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5
  59. 59. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 C. CPT 10 11 12 33 - D. STEVPP - 1. No. of Experts deployed 19 21 22 62 - 2. No. of clients served 266 293 308 867 - E. Technology Clinics No. of Technology Clinics Conducted 30 1,471.50 33.0 1,618.65 35 1,780.52 98 4,870.67 No. of Firms Assisted 80 88.0 92 260 - No. of Participants 350 385.0 404 1,139 - II. IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH IMPACT PROGRAMS (HIPs) 293,309.43 322,640.00 354,904.00 970,853.43 A. Philippine S&T Program for the Development of the Halal Industry 1. Construction of the Philippine National Halal Laboratory Building Brgy. Paraiso, Koronadal City 10,000.00 11,000.00 12,100.00 33,100.00 2. Acquisition of Halal laboratory equipment and facilities, furniture and fixtures Brgy. Paraiso, Koronadal City 77,554.00 85,309.00 93,840.00 256,703.00 3. Establishment of Philippine Halal Science Center Brgy. Paraiso, Koronadal City 25,000.00 27,500.00 30,250.00 82,750.00 4. Establishment of Halal S&T Technology Business Incubator Brgy. Paraiso, Koronadal City 25,000.00 27,500.00 30,250.00 82,750.00 A-6
  60. 60. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 5. Establishment of Halal S&T Educational and Training Center Regional/National/ International 7,000.00 7,700.00 8,470.00 23,170.00 6.Development of ICT Halal Superhighway Nationwide 3,000.00 3,300.00 3,630.00 9,930.00 A-7 7. Policy Development, Advocacy and Promotion of Halal through the conduct of International, National and Local S&T For a, Industry Dialogue, Seminars and Trainings Manila/Cebu 4,230.00 4,653.00 5,118.00 14,001.00 8. Establishment/ Development of Halal S&T Park Koronadal City 100,000.00 110,000.00 121,000.00 331,000.00 B. Community-based Projects 1. Development of the Cocosugar Industry Regionwide 6,000.00 6,600.00 7,260.00 19,860.00 proposed 2.Regulation and Utilization of Invasive Water Hyacinth Regionwide 9,500.00 10,450.00 11,495.00 31,445.00 3. Development of the Muscovado Industry Regionwide 6,000.00 6,600.00 7,260.00 19,860.00 proposed 4. S&T Community e-Center Regionwide 2,000.00 2,200.00 2,420.00 6,620.00
  61. 61. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 proposed C. Establishment of South Sea Pearl Farm Sarangani 2,211.00 2,432.00 2,675.00 7,318.00 D. Assessment and Monitoring of Marine Phytoplankton Through GIS 3D Mapping Regionwide (Coastal Areas) 3,814.43 4,196.00 4,616.00 12,626.43 proposed A-8 E. Halal Gelatin: Production of Halal Gelatin from Collagen of Oreochromis Miloticus Regionwide 12,000.00 13,200.00 14,520.00 39,720.00 proposed III. POOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT S&T INTERVENTIONS Sen. Ninoy Aquino, SK, Malapatan, Sarangani, Pikit, North Cotabato, Banga, South Cotabato 5,000.00 5,500.00 6,050.00 16,550.00 proposed IV. ROLL-OUT OF DOST DEVELOPED TECHNOLOGIES 28,690.00 31,560.00 34,717.00 94,967.00 1. Low-Cost Ovicidal or Larvicidal Trap (OL Trap) Regionwide 250.00 275.00 303.00 828.00 2. Low-Cost Baby Food/ Complementary Foods Region wide 2,500.00 2,750.00 3,025.00 8,275.00
  62. 62. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 3. Brown rice Project General Santos City 2,000.00 2,200.00 2,420.00 6,620.00 on-going 4. Ceramic Pot Filter for Water Purification/ Filtration System Tantangan, South Cotabato 2,000.00 2,200.00 2,420.00 6,620.00 on-going 5. Hybrid Automated Weather Station Regionwide 350.00 385.00 424.00 1,159.00 on-going 6. Hydrometeorological Devices Regionwide 350.00 385.00 424.00 1,159.00 on-going > Water Level Monitoring Stations > Automated Rain Gauges 7. Tsunami Early Warning System (TEWS) Regionwide 350.00 385.00 424.00 1,159.00 on-going 8. Locally Designed and Developed Food Processing Equipment 9,000.00 9,900.00 10,890.00 29,790.00 proposed 9. Non-Wood Kiln Dryer 345.00 380.00 417.00 1,142.00 proposed 10. Bamboo Flattening Machine 200.00 220.00 242.00 662.00 proposed 11. Bamboo Charcoaling Kiln 150.00 165.00 182.00 497.00 proposed 12. Bamboo Veneer Lathe 1,220.00 1,342.00 1,476.00 4,038.00 proposed A-9
  63. 63. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 13. Nanoclay: A Multifunctional Nanomaterial Additive for Nanostructured Polymer-Based Nanocomposites 8,600.00 9,460.00 10,406.00 28,466.00 proposed 14. Solar/Biomass for Multi-Heating Applications proposed A-10 15. Solidification of Chromium-Bearing Waste Sludge from Leathery Tannery 1,200.00 1,320.00 1,452.00 3,972.00 proposed 16. Low Cost Processed Meat Products 17. Bubod for Tapuy Production proposed 18. Guyabano Natural Health Supplement proposed 19. Encapsulation of Moringa Oleifera proposed 20. Alternative Sugar from Nipa Sap proposed 21. Alternative Sugar from Pineapple proposed 22. Development of Micro Cupola for Foundry RESearch, Instruction and Small Novelty Item Casting Production proposed
  64. 64. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 23. Pandanus Leaves Slitter-Presser proposed 24. Hydroseeder proposed 25. Sugarcane Crusher/ Sweet Sorghum Juicer proposed 26. Twinning Machine 105.00 116.00 127.00 348.00 proposed 27. Dyeing Vat 70.00 77.00 85.00 232.00 proposed I. SMALL ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADING PROGRAM (SETUP) 24,034.50 26,438.00 29,082.80 79,555.30 A. Product Standards and Testing No. of Testing/Calibration Services Rendered 1,198 9,810.00 1,318 10,791.00 1,384 11,870.00 3,900 32,471.00 ongoing No. of Customers Served 635 698 733 2,066 No. of Firms Assisted 95 104 109 308 Income Generated(PhP'000) 635 698 733 2,066 Value of Assistance Rendered (PhP'000) 52 57.0 60 169 B. Packaging and Labeling Packaging and Labeling Design Provided 58 2,452.50 64 2,698.00 67 2,967.80 189 8,118.30 ongoing No. of Firms Assisted 232 255 268 755 Increase in Sales (P'000) 17 18 19 54 A-11
  65. 65. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 C. S&T Forum and Industry Dialogue/ Technology Needs Assessment No. of Technology Forum/ Dialogues/TNA Conducted 20 2,207.50 22 2,428.00 23 2,671.00 65 7,306.50 ongoing No. of Firms Assisted 25 27 28 80 No. of Participants 50 55 58 163 D. S &T Fairs and Exhibits No. of Regional / Provincial Fairs 2,207.00 2,428.00 2,671.00 7,306.00 ongoing 1. DOST Sponsored 1 1 1 3 2. Other Agencies Sponsored 10 10 10 30 E. Information Management System 981.00 1,079.00 1,187.00 3,247.00 On going H. Networking and Linkaging No. of Networks Established/ Maintained 75 1,962.00 75 2,158.00 75 2,374.00 245 6,494.00 ongoing No. of LGU-DOST linkages 1. No. of projects co-funded 2. No. of trainings conducted for LGUs 15 16 17 48 F. S&T Scholarships 4,414.50 4,856.00 5,342.00 14,612.50 ongoing ` II. IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH IMPACT PROGRAMS (HIPs) 79,306.00 87,237.00 95,961.00 262,504.00 A-12
  66. 66. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 A. ICT Regionwide 13,106.00 14,417.00 15,859.00 43,382.00 ongoing 1. Conduct of PREGINET Partners Meetings 2. Upgrading of DOST-XII ICT Training Center 3. Upgrading of DOST-XII e-Library 4. Continues upgrading of DOST XII ICT facilities in compliance with E.O. 893 2,000.00 2,200.00 2,420.00 6,620.00 proposed - B. Establishment of the Regional Packaging R&D Center Koronadal City 60,000.00 66,000.00 72,600.00 198,600.00 proposed - C. Upgrading of the Cotabato Region Information Sharing Network Regionwide 4,200.00 4,620.00 5,082.00 13,902.00 proposed III . TRANSFER OF DOST REGIONAL OFFICE FROM COTABATO CITY TO KORONADAL CITY AS MANDATED BY E.O. 38 100,000.00 110,000.00 121,000.00 331,000.00 A. Construction of the DOST Regional Office Building in Koronadal City Koronadal City 55,000.00 60,500.00 66,550.00 182,050.00 proposed A-13
  67. 67. Strategic Outcome : Competitive Industry and Services Sectors Agency/SUC/GOCC: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) XII Cost Cost Cost Cost (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) (P’000) Validated Regional Development Investment Program, 2014 – 2016 Rank Programs/ Projects Location 2014 2015 Total Status Target Target Target Target 2016 A-5 B. Establishment of the Physico- Chemical and Microbiological Laboratories in Koronadal City Koronadal City 45,000.00 49,500.00 54,450.00 148,950.00 proposed IV. OTHER P/P/As 48,485.00 53,334.00 58,668.00 160,487.00 A. Acquisition of Office and Laboratory Equipment, Furniture and Fixtures Regional Office and 4 Provincial Offices 15,000.00 16,500.00 18,150.00 49,650.00 proposed - A-14 B. NSTW Regional Celebration, RICE, Filippinovation, National Halal Forum Regionwide 3,250.00 3,575.00 3,933.00 10,758.00 on-going - C. Halal Plant Surveillance and Audit Regionwide 5,235.00 5,759.00 6,335.00 17,329.00 proposed D. Establishment of the Philippine Science High School-South Central Mindanao 25,000.00 27,500.00 30,250.00 82,750.00 proposed TOTAL 603,840.43 664,226.05 730,651.38 1,998,717.86
  68. 68. II - A Competitive Industry and Services Sectors
  69. 69. List of Programs/Projects/ Activities by Strategic Outcome and RLA/SUC/GOCC, 2014-2016

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