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  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines Cordillera Administrative Region Regional Project Monitoring Committee Third Quarter CY 2012RPMES REPORT Prepared by the National Economic and Development Authority Cordillera Administrative Region RPMC Secretariat
  2. 2. CY 2012 Major Programs and Projects --------- 1Project Implementation Status --------- 2CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/ Projects --------- 4RPMC Project Site Inspections --------- 5Annexes: A List of Major Programs/Projects --------- A-1 B Eight Priority Sectoral Programs/Projects Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource --------- B-1 Management Program (CHARMP 2) 4 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) --------- B-5 Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Program --------- B-10 (ARISP) Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road --------- B-13 Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary --------- B-17 Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Systems --------- B-20 for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services National Greening Program (NGP) --------- B-21 Red and Black School Building Program --------- B-24 C Inspection Reports Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road --------- C-1 Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road --------- C-4
  3. 3. Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES ReportThe Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) report is prepared on aquarterly basis to provide an overall view on the status of major program/project (P/Ps)implementation in the region. The report is based on the submission of eleven regional lineagencies (RLAs). I. CY 2012 Major Programs/ProjectsFor CY 2012, there are 46 major P/Ps with an aggregate cost of Php 10.633 Billion of whichabout Php 5.9 billion or 55.52 percent are new P/Ps, Php 3.9 billion or 37.52 percent aremulti-year projects, and Php 0.740 billion or 6.96 percent are carryover projects.In terms of cost, the economic development sector has the highest at 51.21 percent or Php5,445 billion, followed by the infrastructure sector at 27 percent or Php 2,794 billion, and thesocial sector having the least at 18.68 percent or Php 1,985.883 billion. Also included arerehabilitation and reconstruction projects under the Strategic Action Plan (SAP) on areasaffected by typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel” in 2011 amounting to 4 percent or Php 407 million. 1 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  4. 4. In terms of funding source, 67 percent is locally funded while 32 percent is foreign assisted.The foreign- assisted projects are: (a) Second Cordillera Highland Agriculture ResourceManagement Program (CHARMP II), Php 3.2 Billion, (b) Agrarian Reform Infrastructure SupportProgram (ARISP), Php 903 Million; and (c) Rural Micro-Enterprises Promotion Program(RuMEPP), Php 1.8 Million. II. Project Implementation StatusFor the third quarter, the overall status of project implementation is 43 percent, a 10 percentincrease from the second quarter. The SAP projects posted the highest accomplishmentfollowed the social sector, then the infrastructure sector. The economic sector’s lowperformance is the due to the delayed implementation of its banner project, the CHARMP 2.(Please refer to Annex A for the detailed status of the 46 projects)Projects identified under the SAP of areas affected by typhoons Pedring, Quiel and Juan postedan accomplishment of 96.41 percent, most of which are roads and school building projects.The Social Sector obtained an overall accomplishment of 52.82 percent. The projectsreported under the sector are DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), DepEd’s Redand Black Schoolbuilding Program, Rehabilitation of School Building including Water SanitationFacilites and Philippines’ Response to Indigenous and Muslim Education (PRIME), DOH’s HealthFacilities and Water System Projects and foreign-assisted Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local 2 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  5. 5. Health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and child Health Service.The Infrastructure Sector had an overall accomplishment of 47.09 percent, composed ofDPWH’s priority roads and bridge projects. These priority roads are mainly laterals that linkCAR to Regions I and II.The Economic Sector posted an overall accomplishment of 45.57 percent. The sector’saccomplishment is relatively the lowest due to the negative slippages incurred by two of itsmajor projects, these are: DA’s foreign-assisted project Second Phase of Cordillera HighlandAgricultural Resource Management Project or CHARMP 2 costing about Php 3 Billion, andDENR’s National Government Priority, National Greening Program (NGP) costing about Php 124Million. The other projects under the sector are DAR’s Agrarian Reform Infrastructure SupportProject (ARISP III), DA’s Farm-to-Market Roads, NIA’s Irrigation Projects, DTI’s One Town OneProduct Program (OTOP) and Shared Service Facilities SSF, and DOST’s completed SmallEnterprises Technology Program (SETUP), and Packaging and Labeling Project. Implementation Status (as Sept. 2012) 100.00% 96.41% 80.00% 52.82% 60.00% 45.57% 47.09% 49.27 % 40.00% 20.00% 0.00% 3 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  6. 6. The overall performance during the quarter translates to four (4) P/P completed – the SETUP ofDOST, two (2) sections of the Abra-Kalinga Road, and Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias-AbatanRoad, eight (8) P/P are ahead of schedule, 20 are on track, and 14 behind schedule.Of the 14 projects reported behind schedule, 11 projects incurred negative slippages less thannegative 15 percent. The common reason reported was due to inclement weather/typhoonsin the project area. Agencies have adopted catch-up plans to put the projects on track. TheDA implemented CHARMP 2 had a negative 26 percent slippage because it underwent anotherNEDA ICC process for project reconfiguration to address the issue on LGU counterpart.CHARMP will have to retarget its work schedule once reconfiguration has been in effect. TheNational Greening Program (NGP) also experienced a big slippage of negative 19.63 percent dueto change in procurement process. The NGP also adopted a catch-up plan to put the projecton track. The Philippine Response to Indigenous and Muslim Education (PRIME) of DepEd, is themost problematic project that has a negative 51 percent slippage. DepEd acknowledges thedelay and has undertaken actions to put the project on track. III. CY 2012 Priority Sectoral Programs/ ProjectsFrom the 46 programs/projects, eight (8) were identified as priority sectoral programs/projectsby the sectoral committees and tagged as their banner projects. These programs/projectswith an aggregate cost of Php 5.3 billion are being closely monitored by the RPMC. Thesewere selected based on the criteria set during the RPMES national forum: (a) foreign- assistedprojects (FAP/ODA), (b) interprovincial, (c) large scale cost, (d) national priority, critical projectsby the Office of the President (OP), and (e) regional priority. These programs/projects are asfollows: 1. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2) 2. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) 3. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project, Phase III 4. Kabugao-Solsona, Apayao-Ilocos Norte Road 5. Kabugao-Pudtol- Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road 6. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local health System for Effective and Efficient Delivery of Maternal and Child Health Services 7. National Greening Program 8. Red and Black School Building ProgramOf the eight (8) priority P/Ps, five (5) have been inspected/validated, while the remaining three(3) are scheduled for inspection by the RPMC before the year ends, these are CHARMP, 4Ps andthe Cordillera-wide Strengthening of Local Health Systems for Effective and Efficient Delivery ofMaternal and Child Health Services. The JICA-assisted Cordillera-wide Strengthening of LocalHealth Systems launched in the first quarter has accordingly procured medical equipment forthe provinces of Abra and Apayao. (Please refer to Annex B for the details of the eight prioritysectoral programs/projects) 4 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  7. 7. IV. RPMC Project Site InspectionsAn inspection/validation of the Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road and the RoadOpening of Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos Norte Road (Apayao Side) was conducted by theRPMC Inspectorate Team on October 9 - 10, 2012. These are regional priority projects andmajor components of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP). The roads are amongApayao national roads upgraded from secondary to arterial classification through DPWHMemorandum dated November 2, 2011 by DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson. Thismemorandum was a result of an RDC-CAR dialogue with the DPWH Secretary held August 5,2011 in Baguio City.During the site inspection, the Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road is proceedingsmoothly having a status of 64.79 percent. The other project, the Kabugao, Apayao – Solsona,Ilocos Norte Road, 0.50 percent status, was recently issued a resume order after a suspensiondue to recent typhoons. It has been observed that the construction of several bridges in bothprojects have to be programmed to make them passable. (Please refer to Annex C forInspection Reports) 5 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  8. 8. Annex ALIST OF MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS
  9. 9. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS SOCIAL SECTOR1. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino DSWD 888.889 Loan 63.06% Program (4Ps) Slippage: -3.62%2. Red and Black School Building DepEd CY 2011: GOP CY 2011 Program 166.944 95.94% 209 Classrooms CY 2012: CY 2012 115.200 34.16% 143 Classrooms3. Cordillera-wide Strengthening of DOH & LGUs 43.00 JICA 5% Local Health System for Effective Abra Apayao and Efficient Delivery of Maternal Benguet and Child Health Services4. National Household Targeting DSWD 41.025 GOP, 59.41% System for Poverty Reduction Loan Program5. Rehabilitation of School Building DepEd School Building GOP including Water Sanitation CY 2011: CY 2011 Fund: Facilities 15.468 88.92% WATSAN CY 2011: CY 2011 Fund: 15.861 96.48% School Building CY 2012: CY 2012 Fund: 28.633 Waiting for SARO WATSAN CY 2012: 29.3406. Philippine Response to Indigenous DepEd 3.978 AusAid 31% People’s (IP) and Muslim Education (PRIME) Slippage: -51% A-1
  10. 10. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS7. Construction of Various Health DOH CY 2011: GOP CY 2011 fund: Facility 117.867 58.55% CY 2012: CY 2012 fund: 335.179 6.49%8. Water Supply System DOH 184.500 GOP 76.64%Sub-Total 1,985.883 52.82% ECONOMIC SECTOR9. Second Cordillera Highland DA 3,081.862 IFAD, 34.25% Agricultural Resource ADB. Management Project (CHARMP2) OFID Slippage: -26.61%10. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure DAR Total Project Loan 72.26% Support Project Phase III Cost: GOP (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, 903.863 Slippage: Kalinga and Mt. Province) +22.25% CY 2011: (2 projects) 16.718 CY 2012: (12 projects) 176.02711. National Greening Program (NGP) DENR 124.339 GOP 73.44% Slippage: -19.63%12. Farm-to-Market Roads DA CY 2011: Grant CY 2011: (CY 2011 Fund: Abra, Kalinga and 53.00 85.66% Mt. Province) (CY 2012 Fund: Abra, Baguio City, CY 2012: CY 2012: Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt. 161.803 18.58% Province) A-2
  11. 11. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS13. Irrigation Projects NIA 1,078.046 GOP 53.13% (432 projects)14. One Town One Product Program DTI 2.747 GOP 84.68% (OTOP)15. Rural Micro Enterprise Promotion DTI 1.800 IFAD with 90% Programme (RuMEPP) GOP Counter Part16. Shared Service Facilities Project DTI 8.388 NEDAC Awarding of (SSF) Fund bidding (National suppliers Export Develop- ment and Competi- tiveness)17. Small Enterprise Technology DOST 28.673 GOP 100% Upgrading Program (SETUP) Core and Non-Core Funded Projects18. Packaging and Labeling DOST 0.688 GOP 76%Sub-Total 5,445.208 45.57% INFRASTRUCTURE SECTORAbra19. Abra-Ilocos Sur Road DPWH 106.195 GOP 55.25% Slippage: -8.68%20. Abra-Kalinga Road, K0467+000- DPWH 147.691 GOP 14% K0474+305 Slippage: +2.67% A-3
  12. 12. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS21. Abra-Ilocos Norte, K0436+700- DPWH 62.00 GOP 13.83% K0439+395 Slippage: -11.17%22. Road Upgrading along Abra- DPWH 60.00 GOP 24.77% Cervantes Road (Realigned from Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge) Slippage: +3.60%23. Sto. Tomas-Manabo Bridge DPWH 160.00 GOP 76.81% (P160.0 M) Slippage: -9.03%24. Abra-Kalinga Road K0410+000- DPWH 50.45 GOP 100% K0413+81025. Abra-Kalinga Road K0437+490- DPWH 143.67 GOP 100% K0455+890, K0432+000 K0450+800Apayao26. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan DPWH 58.827 GOP 62.51% Boundary Road K0661+000 - K0661+321, Slippage: K0643+646 - K0645+825 -4.90% Gravel to Concrete27. Kabugao, Apayao-Solsona, Ilocos DPWH 100.00 GOP 0.05% Norte Road Slippage: -1.98%Benguet28. Rehab./Reconst’n/Upgrading of DPWH 54.433 GOP 31.31% Kennon Road Slippage: -9.49% A-4
  13. 13. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS29. Baguio-Bontoc Road (Pico- DPWH 98.674 GOP 28.77% Lamtang Rd., Baguio Itogon & Baguio-Bontoc) Slippage: +14.27%30. Baguio-Bontoc Road, K0269+000- DPWH 109.332 GOP 17% K0275+000 (v.s.)& K0299+000- K0300+900 (v.s.) & K0305+000- Slippage: K0308+500 (v.s.) & K0309+000- +1.60% K0311+000 (v.s.), K0317+415- K0318+500 (v.s.), & K0323+000 – K0328+000 (v.s.)31. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 98.50 GOP 91.10% Abatan Road Slippage: +2.20%32. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 116.50 GOP 100% Abatan Road K0303+600- K03012+00033. Rehab./Impv’t. of Gurel-Bokod- DPWH 148.00 GOP 41.30% Kabayan-Buguias Road including RROW Slippage: +19.70%34. Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan-Buguias- DPWH 68.921 GOP 46% Abatan Road, K0345+513- K0359+300 (vs.) Slippage: -12.39%Ifugao35. Banaue-Mayoyao-A Lista-Isabela DPWH 58.064 GOP 17.35% Bdry. Road Slippage: -13.96% A-5
  14. 14. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS36. Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao-Mt. DPWH 54.163 GOP 65% Province Road Slippage: -6.64%Kalinga37. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0470+000- DPWH 53.057 GOP 39.98% K0472+267 Slippage: -4.95%38. Kalinga-Abra Road, K0476+000- DPWH 135.27 GOP 8.75% K0480+1000, K0480+1000- K0482+700 (with exceptions) Slippage: +1.44%39. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road DPWH 100.00 GOP 87% K0485+000-K0489+000 Slippage: -9.40%40. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road DPWH 245.00 GOP 62% K0560+1061-K0520+449 Slippage: -10%41. Mt. Province Bdry. –Calanan- DPWH 209.00 GOP 49.37% Pinukpuk –Abbut Road (Pinukpuk) (P209.0 M) K0499+674- Slippage: K0509+294 (I.S.) -50.63%42. Balbalan-Pinukpuk Road, Abut A DPWH 183.239 GOP Notice of of Baay Bridge+(-18502) to Abut A award issued of Baay Bridge+0 September 6, 2012. Contract papers on process. A-6
  15. 15. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKSMountain Province43. Mt. Province –Ilocos Sur via Tue DPWH 81.815 GOP 31.17% Road Slippage: -6.28%44. Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur via Kayan DPWH 92.00 GOP 54.40% Slippage: -4.66%Sub-Total 2,794.801 47.09% STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN (SAP) (Rehabilitation and Recovery of Areas Affected by Disasters)45. Disaster Related Rehabilitation DPWH DRRP Project (DRRP) Calamity Fund CY 2011 a. Apayao 1st District Engineering 74,550.0 87.73% Office (16 projects) b. Apayao 2nd District 14,000.0 100% Engineering Office (5 projects) c. Benguet 1st District 45,469.0 100% Engineering Office (15 projects) d. Benguet 2nd District 39,279.1 100% Engineering Office (6 projects) e. Baguio City District 600.0 100% Engineering Office (1 project) f. Ifugao 1st District Engineering 8,580.0 100% Office (2 projects) g. Ifugao 2nd District Engineering 25,850.0 100% Office (4 projects) h. Kalinga District Engineering 85,910.5 95.93% Office (9 projects) i. Mt. Province District Office 102,459.4 100% (28 projects) A-7
  16. 16. Third Quarter RPMES Report CY 2012 MAJOR PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Cordillera Administrative Region As of September 2012 IMPLEMENTING PROJECT COST FUNDING STATUS/ PROGRAM/PROJECT AGENCY (PhP M) SOURCE REMARKS Sub-Total 396.697 96.81% 46. Quick Response Fund (QRF) DepEd GOP a. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 1.202 56% (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.1) b. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 1.202 100% (Construction of 1 unit-2 classroom in Bldg.2) c. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 318.0 79% (Construction of 3 Seater Toilet – type III with handwashing) d. Cabaroan ES Dolores, Abra 219.0 71% (1 classroom repair) e. Tonglo Carino PS, Buguias, 1.202 15% Benguet f. Talubin NHS, Bontoc Mt. 1.143 85% Province (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) g. Tumog Es, Luna, Apayao 1.942 95% (Construction of 1stry 3 Classroom 7x9 type I) h. Lagawe CS, Lagawe, Ifugao 1.200 100% (Construction of 2cl / Replacement of Burned Bldg.) i. Bañacao ES, Bangued West, 1.600 100% Abra (Repair of Classrooms / Construction of Slope Protection /Water System) Sub-Total 10.027 80.56% SAP Sub-Total 406.724 96.41% CAR Total 10,632.616 49.27%Sources: RLAs RPMES PMC Form I-1 and RPMES PMC Form I-2 as of September 2012. A-8
  17. 17. Annex BEIGHT (8) PRIORITY PROGRAMS/PROJECTS
  18. 18. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project (CHARMP 2)PROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: Department of Agriculture-CARFund Sources: GOP: Department of Agriculture Loan: IFAD, OFID, ADB Grant: IFAD Total Project Cost: Php 3,081,862,000Location/Area Coverage: 6 provinces, 37 municipalities, 170 barangays Abra: Lacub, Licuan-baay, Malibcong, Luba, Tubo, Sallapadan, Bucloc, Boliney Apayao: Calanasan, Kabugao, Conner Benguet: Bokod, Kabayan, Bakun, Kibungan,Buguias,Kapangan, Atok, Sablan, Mountain Province: Barlig, Besao, Sadanga, Sagada, Bontoc, Tadian, Bauko, Sabangan Kalinga: Balbalan, Pasil, Lubuagan, Tanudan, Tinglayan Ifugao: Hingyon, Hungduan, Tinoc, Asipulo, MayoyaoDescription:The project goal is to reduce the poverty and improve the livelihood of poor rural women and men inindigenous communities in the upland areas of the Cordillera Administrative Region. The objectives areto (1) increase the household income of poor farmers through sustainable agricultural development;and (2) enhance the quality of life of targeted communities by improving land tenure security, foodsecurity and watershed conservation.The project has five components: (1) community mobilization, participatory planning of investments,and land titling; (2) community watershed conservation (including forest management and agro forestrydevelopment); (3) agricultural and agribusiness development, and promotion of income-generatingactivities; (4) rural infrastructure development; and (5) project management and coordination. Farm to market access Agro-forestry plots B-1 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  19. 19. Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management Project Meeting with the beneficiaries& Project field assessment PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012Project Duration: Start: January 1, 2009 End: December 31, 2015CY2009- CY2015 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th QuarterTarget 49.72% 53.43% 57.15% 60.86%Actual 18.45% 20.65% 34.25%Slippage -31.27% -32.78% -22.90%Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start of Target 60.86% FOA+ Grant:project) Php 2,417.48 Actual 34.25% * Php 870.93 (36% of FOA+Grant) * (57.03% of the total allotment released) Php 1,527.073 from CY 2009-CY2012 Slippage -26.61% B-2 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  20. 20. Current 1. Delayed implementation of infra subprojects due to difficulty of LGUsImplementation in providing cash counterpart required as indicated in the NG-LGUIssues and/or cost sharing policy.ProblemsEncountered 2. Approval of the proposed rural finance scheme/Livelihood Assistance(if any): Finance (LAF) in place of the credit subcomponent. 3. Extension of OFID Loan Agreement which will close in July 2013Actions Taken/ 1. The project is waiting for the approval of the proposed NG-LGU costRecommendations: sharing mix of 60%-40% for 1st-2nd class LGUs, 70%-30% for 3rd-6th class LGUs from the NEDA Board. While waiting for its approval, the Project recommended LGUs regardless of their classification to opt for the cost-sharing arrangement included in the Project Financing Agreement, where the CHARMP2 will shoulder 60% and LGUs will provide 40% equity in order to proceed with the implementation of proposed subprojects. However, only a few LGUs were able to provide counterpart based on this scheme. To initiate implementation of 25 submitted infra subproject proposals from LGUs that could not afford said NG-LGU cost sharing scheme, fund assistance from the DA-OSEC was sought to cover 30% of the total cost of subprojects. The Project and the concerned LGUs are now waiting for the release of CFA in the amount of Php 50 million from the DA-OSEC. As of June 2012, another batch of 71 subproject proposals was submitted to DA-OSEC for fund support in the amount of Php 89 million. 2. Since the credit scheme as a subcomponent of the original Project Design is not feasible for poor target beneficiaries in CAR, the Project proposed for the Livelihood Fund Assistance (LAF) that would assist livelihood and income generating activities of target groups. This proposal is part of the revised Project Design which is now for approval by the ICC/Government. 3. The Project requested for an extension of the loan validity to coincide with the loan closing of the IFAD loan (June 2016). Request was reiterated to DA-CO for submission to Department of Finance mid of October 2012.Remarks: The project is waiting for the final approval of the Revised Project Design by NEDA ICC Board/ National Government. B-3 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  21. 21. Agency Contact DIR. MARILYN V. STA. CATALINA, CESO IVPerson: Regional Executive Director, DA-RFU-CAR & Project Director, CHARMP2 CAMERON P. ODSEY Project Manager, CHARMP2Address: PROJECT SUPPORT OFFICE Baguio Stock Farm Compound, Marcos Highway corner Sto. Tomas Road, 2600 Baguio CityTelefax: +63.74.444.8329/ Tel No. +63. 74. 444.7991Email: charm@mozcom.com B-4 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  22. 22. Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support (ARISP III)PROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: DAR-CAR / DPWH-CAR / NIA-CAR / LGUsFund Sources: GOP: Loan: JICATotal Project Cost: Php 903,863,055.00 Project Cost (2011): Php 16.718 M Loan/Grant Proceeds: Php 677,897,291.25 Peso Counterpart: Php 225,965,763.75 Project Cost (2012): Php 176.027 MLocation/Area Coverage: Abra: Daguioman, Lacub and Luba ARCs Apayao: Sta. Marcela, Flora and Pudtol ARCs Benguet: Bakun, Kapangan and Kibungan ARCs Ifugao: Asipulo, Hingyon and Tinoc ARCs Kalinga: Tinglayan, Rizal and Pasil ARCs Mt. Province: Sadanga, Bauko and Bontoc ARCsDescription:The Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP) Phase III is a foreign-assistedproject of DAR, designed to provide basic support services to help develop Agrarian ReformCommunities (ARCs). It is funded from a concessional loan from the Government of Japan withcounterpart financing from the DAR, Local Government Units and the beneficiaries. The projecttimetable is from CY 2008 to CY 2014.The project espouses the concept of integrated area development in the ARCs wherein basicinfrastructure, organization / institutional, agricultural and enterprise development support arecombined to produce incremental growth in productivity and income among farmers.Specifically, the project considers the provision of farm-to-market roads (FMR) and bridges,irrigation projects, post-harvest facilities, and potable water supply system under itsinfrastructure component.For institutional development component, this entails the organizing and strengthening ofvarious organizations in the ARCs to build their capabilities to operate and manage theinfrastructure facilities and agri-business in a sustainable basis. The project also supports the B-10 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  23. 23. development of viable agribusiness in the ARCs to harness the agricultural potentials, add valueto agricultural products, and make them more competitive in the market.In CAR, actual project implementation commenced in CY 2011. From CY 2008 to 2010, the pre-implementation activities conducted are indicative development planning, site validation,project prioritization and individual project designs. There are 61 projects confirmed with anaggregate cost of Php 903.86 M.For CY 2011, two (2) projects (irrigation project and water system) were implemented andrecently completed with an aggregate cost of Php 16.72 M. These are located in the provincesof Abra and Benguet.DAR and NIA ARISP III Project Management Office representatives conducted Final ProjectInspection and Test Run of the newly rehabilitated Daguioman Communal Irrigation System ,Daguioman, Abra with a service area of 89 hectares.Completed Dalingoan Potable Water Supply System, Kapangan, Benguet. The project costingP 2,094,916.00 will benefit around 89 Agrarian Reform Beneficiary Households. B-11 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  24. 24. For CY 2012, 12 projects (10 irrigation projects and 2 FMRs) are programmed forimplementation with a total cost of Php 167.44 M. These are located in the provinces ofApayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012Project Duration: Start: April 2008 End: April 2014 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th QuarterTarget 29.16 % 48.87 % 45.26%Actual 23.88 % 36.87 % 69.62%Slippage (5.28%) (12.00 %) (24.36%)Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start of project) Target 50.01% Actual 72.26% Slippage 22.25%Current 1. Undue project delay due to lack of equipment and manpowerImplementation Issues 2. Absence of DPWH QAU representative during inspection.and/or ProblemsEncountered (if any): 3. Inclement weatherActions Taken/ 1. Conducted Strategy Planning and monthly Area ImplementationRecommendations: Team (AIT) meetings participated by representatives from DAR Provincial / Municipal Office, DPWH, LGU and the Contractor to draw catch-up plan.Remarks:Agency Contact DIR. FRANKLIN E. COCOYPerson: OIC-Regional Director, DAR-CAR #39 m. Roxas St., Brgy. Tabora, Baguio City ENGR. WILLIE GARCIA 445-4497 B-12 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  25. 25. Kabugao (Apayao)-Solsona (Ilocos Norte) RoadPROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CARFund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: Php 100 M. Contract Cost: Php 89.089 M.Location/Area Coverage: Barangay Madatag, Kabugao, ApayaoDescription:The road is a major component of theCordillera Roads Improvement Project(CRIP) as lateral road; it connects IlocosRegion and the Northern Cordilleras. It Kabugao-Apayao-traverses the municipalities of Kabugao Solsona-Ilocosand Calanasan in Apayao and turns west Norte Rdto Solsona in Ilocos Norte.The 76.48 km road stretch is a segment ofthe San Nicolas-Solsona-Kabugao-Conner-Abbut Lateral Road as Apayao’s directaccess to Laoag International Airport. Theroad starts at PoblacionKabugao and endsin Solsona. At the Ilocos Norte side,concrete paving is being completed up tothe regional boundary. Approximately 10km. is for opening at the Kabugao side.Likewise, seven (7) major bridges are to beconstructed with a total length of 445 lm.crossing several tributaries of the ApayaoRiver. However, the whole stretchremains a gap (unpaved) even after theproject. PROJECT LOCATIONThe road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classificationto arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson.This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held atthe DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011.The specific project output is road opening and gravelling of 9.56 kms. B-13 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  26. 26. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012Project Duration: Start: June 27, 2012 End: July 21, 2013 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th QuarterTarget 0.50% 1.53%Actual 0.50% 0.7%Slippage -0.83%Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start ofproject) Target 2.03% Actual 0.05% 8.88% Slippage -1.98%Current Project Suspension was issued on July 1, 2012 since the contractorImplementation cannot mobilize due to series of slides and road cut along the 21 kmIssues and/or road leading to the project site.ProblemsEncountered (if any):Actions Taken/ To address this, the DPWH-CAR requested DPWH-CO to utilizeRecommendations: savings for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts costing Php 2.38 M. This was eventually approved and the contractor was advised to resume effective September 30, 2012.Remarks:Agency Contact DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACANPerson: Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City Tel. 444-8838 B-14 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  27. 27. Kabugao Section B-15Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  28. 28. LANDMARKSKabugao (Apayao) Municipal Hall Solsona Welcome Arch Junction San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte B-16 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  29. 29. Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Cagayan Boundary RoadPROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways – CARFund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: Php58.827 M. Contract Cost : Php 49.574 M.Location/Area Coverage: Barangays Swan and Mataguisi, Pudtol, ApayaoDescription:The road is a major component of theCordillera Roads Improvement Project(CRIP) as the northern tip of the regionalbackbone. The 95.7 km. road stretch Kabugao-Pudtol-directly links the capital town Kabugao to Luna CagayanLower Apayao, the seat of provincial Bdry Roadgovernment and business growth centerin the Municipality of Luna.The road starts at junction Lenneng alongthe Kabugao-Conner-Abbut Road andgoing north-east traverses municipalitiesof Kabugao, Pudtol and Luna and ends atJunction Luna in Abulug, Cagayan alongthe Pan-Philippine Highway. The Pan-Philippine Highway connects Laoag,Ilocos Norte and Tuguegarao, Cagayan.The gap at the Kabugao side (19.359km.), traverses a rugged mountainousterrain, then slowly goes down to thePaco Valley, which was then proposed asgovernment center. The road will alsotraverse the Mataguisi Valley in Pudtol. PROJECT LOCATIONThe valleys have vast potential foragricultural production.The road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classificationto arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson.This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held atthe DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. B-17 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  30. 30. The bridges across Apayao River (Babulayan Bridge) and tributaries Maton and Nagan Rivershave been completed. However, two (2) more major bridges across Malilibag River (60 lm) andPaco River (36 lm) are yet to be constructed to finally complete the road link. On top of this,there are six (6) temporary bridges to be replaced with permanent bridge structures with atotal length of 90 lm.The specific project output is road construction of 2.4 km. After the project, the road has still agap (unpaved) of 16.959 km. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012 Project Duration: Start: February 20, 2012 End: December 12, 2012 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th Quarter Target 5% 50% 17.41% Actual 5% 35.7% 26.81% Slippage Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial (Since start of project) Target 67.41% Actual 62.51% 69.49% Slippage (4.90%) Current Implementation The 4.9 % negative slippage is attributed to the work Issues and/or Problems interruption during the past months due to inclement weather Encountered (if any): caused by Typhoons Gener, Helen, and Igme. Actions Taken/ To address this, the DPWH advised the contractor to provide Recommendations: additional manpower and equipment to fast track implementation. Remarks: Agency Contact Person: DIR. EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN Regional Director, DPWH– CAR Engineer’s Hill 2600 Baguio City Tel. 444-8838 B-18 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  31. 31. Mataguisi ValleyBabulayan Bridge across Apayao River Junction Lenneng (Kabugao) Paco Valley B-19 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  32. 32. National Greening Program (NGP)PROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: DENR–CARFund Source: GOPTotal Project Cost: P124,339,000.00Location/Area Coverage: Region wide The locations are spread out all over the six provinces of CAR including Baguio City with a total area of 15,258 hectares to be planted through social mobilization.Description:An administration priority program (Executive Order No. 26) that seeks to attain asustainableHuman development, economic and ecological security through the planting of 1.5 billion treesin around 1.5 million hectares of public land within six years from year 2011 to 2016.The NGP also aims to ensure food security, biodiversity conservation and address climatechange.In the Cordillera, the target for CY 2012 is 7.5 million trees covering 15,000 hectares with aproject cost of Php 103.663 M. The project components are: (a) seedling production, Php62.382 M; plantation site preparation; Php 17.469 M; and maintenance and protection, Php23,812 M. Seedling production (gmelina) of one of the Seedling production (mahogany) of one People’s Organization (PO) – Baroña Family of the POs in Conner, Apayao Association (BFA) in Poblacion, Lacub, Abra. B-21 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  33. 33. Seedling production (mahogany) of one ofSeedling production (Benguet pine) of one the POs – Federation of Responsiveof the POs in Benguet Association for Magat Ecology Inc. in Ifugao Seedling production (mahogany,Seedling production (gmelina) of one of the narra&gmelina) of one of the POs in Natonin,POs in Tabuk, Kalinga Mountain Province Benguet Pine B-22 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  34. 34. PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012Project Duration: Start: January 2012 End: December 2012 For CY 2012 AO 1st Quarter AO 2nd Quarter AO 3rd Quarter AO 4th QuarterTarget 11.16% 60.50% 21.41% 6.92%Actual 14.49% 34.49% 24.46%Slippage (3.33%) (26.01%) (3.05%)Cumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start of project) Target 93.07% 95.71% Actual 73.44% 95.71% Slippage (19.62%) (0%)Current 1. For the second year, project was delayed due the difficulty ofImplementation Issues following the prescribed procurement procedure. Seedlingsand/or Problems should be produced by the beneficiaries themselves, unlikeEncountered (if any): during the first year that these may be acquired from outside of the project area. 2. Critical areas for tree planting due to climatic condition are: Abra, Benguet and western Mountain Province. In these areas, tree planting should be done only during rainy season.Actions Taken/ 1. Procurement guideline was issued by DENR-CO to facilitateRecommendations: implementation. 2. Adopted catch-up planRemarks:Agency Contact Person: DIR. CLARENCE L. BAGUILAT Regional Executive Director, DENR-CAR No. 80 Diego Silang St., 2600 Baguio City, (442-4531, RD/F) Mr. JOSEPH MAUTING PMD, DENR-CAR (443-94-06) B-23 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  35. 35. Red and Black School Building ProgramPROJECT PROFILEImplementing Agency: Department of Education-CARFund Source: GOP Total Project Cost: (CY 2011) P166.944 M (CY 2012) P115.200MLocation/Area Coverage: Region wideDescription:The Regular School Building Program specifically targets schools which are categorized underthe Red Zone or those which have a ratio of 56 or more students to one classroom: and theBlack Zone, or schools which make use of makeshift classrooms and facilities.The standard DepEd design is 7m x 9m classroom for rural areas with a classroom-student ratioof 1:45. This standard also applies to all public secondary schools, regardless of location andclass size.In CAR, the carry-over CY 2011projectshas a total project cost of Php166.944 M. covering 147school sites for new 209 classrooms. The table below shows the details per province/city: No. of No. of Status Province/City sites(CY 2011) Project Cost Classrooms (AO Sept. 2012) Abra 18 16 18,427,000 90.43% Apayao 21 26 15,812,000 96.57% Benguet 18 28 25,793,000 100% Ifugao 13 21 28,493,000 98.69% Kalinga 41 65 44,636,000 95.12% Mt. Province 30 34 20,042,000 90.45% Baguio 6 10 13,740,000 100% CAR 147 209 166,943,500 95.94% B-24 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  36. 36. Mankayan Central School – On going construction (May 28, 2012) Bulalacao National High School Bangao National High School B-25 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  37. 37. For CY 2012 projects, construction started during the second quarter. There are 147 school sitesto have 207 new classrooms with a total project cost of Php 115.2 M. The next table shows thedetails per province/city: No. of sites No. of Status Province/City Classrooms Project Cost (AO Sept. 2012) (CY 2012) Abra 18 26 7,920,000 89.49% Apayao 21 26 10,080,000 0% Benguet 18 28 15,840,000 90.57% Ifugao 13 21 10,800,000 27.24% Kalinga 41 65 29,520,000 18.53% Mt. Province 30 31 23,760,000 27.69% Baguio 6 10 17,280,000 16.91% CAR 147 207 115,200,000 34.16% PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT As of September 2012Project Duration: Start: January End: December st nd rd For CY 2012 AO 1 Quarter AO 2 Quarter AO 3 Quarter AO 4th QuarterTargetActual (CY 2011) 8.44% 0.78% 6.72% (CY 2012) 7.69% 26.47%SlippageCumulative Status: Status Physical Financial(Since start of project) Target Actual (CY 2011) 95.94% (CY 2012) 34.16%Current ImplementationIssues and/or ProblemsEncountered (if any):Actions Taken/Recommendations:Remarks: Implementation of CY 2012 projects comments during this quarter.Agency Contact Person: DIR. ELLEN B. DONATO Regional Director Wangal, La Trinidad, 2601 Benguet B-26 Third Quarter CY 2012 RPMES Report
  38. 38. Annex CINSPECTION REPORTS
  39. 39. RPMC-CAR Inspection Report on the Road Upgrading (Gravel to Concrete) along Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road conducted on 09 October 20121. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team conducted on 09 October 2012 a project-site inspection on the Kabugao- Pudtol-Luna- Cagayan Boundary Road. This is a regional priority sectoral project implemented by the DPWH-CAR regional office. The RPMC member-agency representatives were the following: Rene V. Valera, DILG-CAR Jerome B. Agaloos, NEDA-CAR James M. Degsi, DBM-CAR Manilyn S. Dulay, NEDA-CAR The Team was assisted by the following DPWH Apayao 2nd Engineering District and Contractor’s representative: ADE Rustom Martinez, DPWH Apayao II Galo Aplod, OCDC Jerry Ragojos, DPWH Apayao II Before the field inspection, the group paid courtesy to the Apayao Provincial Government officials at the Provincial Capitol in Luna, Apayao. The Team met with the Provincial Administrator Vincent Talattad and Chief Executive Atty. Xandred Claveria.2. Project Profile The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) as the northern tip of the regional backbone. It traverses the municipalities of Kabugao, Pudtol and Luna in Apayao and turns east to Abulog in Cagayan. The 95.7 km. road stretch directly links the capital town Kabugao to Lower Apayao, the seat of provincial government and business growth center. The road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classification to arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson. This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC-CAR dialogue with Sec. Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. The bridges across Apayao River (Babulayan Bridge) and tributaries Maton and Nagan Rivers have been completed. However, two (2) more major bridges across Malilibag River (60 lm) C-1
  40. 40. and Paco River (36 lm) are yet to be constructed to finally complete the road link. On top of this, there are six (6) temporary bridges to be replaced with permanent bridge structures with a total length of 90 lm.3. Project Basic Information Specific Location Barangays Swan & Mataguisi, Pudtol, Apayao Station Limits KO 661+000 – KO 661+321 & KO 643+520- KO646+080 Length of Road Project 2.4 km Project Cost Php 58.827 M. Contract Cost Php 49.574 M. Source of Fund CY 2012 DPWH Regular Infra Program Project Schedule Feb. 20, 2012 to Dec. 12, 2012 Contractor OCDC Major Work Items PCCP (2.4 km), RCPC, stone masonry, concrete curb & gutter and road signs Project Status 64.79 %, slippage (2.62 %)4. Findings The road construction is smoothly on progress. The mere 2.62 % negative slippage is attributed to the work interruption during the past months due to inclement weather caused by Typhoons Gener, Helen, and Igme. To address this, the DPWH advised the contractor to provide additional manpower and equipment to fast track implementation.5. Comment(s)/ Recommendation(s) The work progress is commendable. It is however recommended that the DPWH should also prioritize the programming for the construction of the bridges across Paco River (District I) and Malilibag River (District 2) to finally open the road up to Kabugao. C-2
  41. 41. PHOTO DOCUMENTATION On-going concreting of Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna-Cagayan Boundary Road (2.4 km along Barangays Swan & Mataguisi section)Completed Babulayan Bridge Concrete approach of Babulayan Recently completed road across Bridge concreting project Apayao River EXIT CONFERENCE The RPMC Inspectorate Team Courtesy call on Apayao Provincial Administrator Vincent Talattad meets ADE Rustom Martinez, and Chief of Staff Atty. Xandred Claveria DPWH Apayao II (L) C-3
  42. 42. RPMC-CAR Inspection Report on the Road Opening of Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road (Apayao Side) conducted on 10 October 20121. The RPMC Inspectorate Team The Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC-CAR) Inspectorate Team conducted on 10 October 2012 a project-site inspection on the Kabugao, Apayao- Solsona-Ilocos Norte Road. This is a regional priority sectoral project implemented by the DPWH-CAR regional office. The RPMC member-agency representatives were the following: Rene V. Valera, DILG-CAR Jerome B. Agaloos, NEDA-CAR James M. Degsi, DBM-CAR Manilyn S. Dulay, NEDA-CAR The Team was assisted by the following DPWH Apayao 1st Engineering District and LGU Kabugao staff: Antonio Baguec (PE), DPWH Apayao I Arne Paul Ligwang, LGU Kabugao Domingo Enciso, DPWH Apayao I Harold Aboran, LGU Kabugao The group paid courtesy and held separate exit conferences with DPWH Apayao 1st District ADE Edward P. Magno and LGU Kabugao Municipal Administrator Romeo B. Tamot.2. Project Profile The road is a major component of the Cordillera Roads Improvement Project (CRIP) as a lateral road. It directly connects Apayao Province to Ilocos Region. It traverses the municipalities of Kabugao and Calanasan in Apayao and turns west to Solsona in Ilocos Norte. The 76.48 km road stretch is a segment of the San Nicolas-Solsona-Kabugao- Conner-Abbut Lateral Road as Apayao’s direct access to Laoag International Airport. At the Ilocos Norte side, concrete paving is being completed up to the regional boundary. The road is among the Apayao national roads recently upgraded from secondary classification to arterial through DPWH Memorandum dated November 2, 2011 by Sec. Rogelio L. Singson. This memorandum was an immediate result of the RDC dialogue with Sec. Singson held at the DPWH-CAR office on August 5, 2011. It was noted that even after the project, the whole stretch remains a gap until concreted. Likewise, seven (7) major bridges are to be constructed with a total length of 445 lm. crossing several tributaries of the Apayao River. C-4
  43. 43. 3. Project Basic Information Specific Location Barangays Madatag, Kabugao, Apayao Station Limits KO 627+840 – KO 637+400 Length of Road Project 9.56 km Project Cost Php 100 M. Contract Cost Php 89.089 M. Source of Fund CY 2012 DPWH Infra Program Original Project Schedule June 27, 2012 to April 22, 2013 Suspension Order No.1 July 1, 2012 Resume Order No 1 September 30, 2012 Expected Completion July 21, 2013 Contractor PBO Construction Major Work Items Roadway & drainage excavation, gravelling, stone masonry & installation of cross drainages, catch basins, common earth & solid rock excavation Project Status 0.50 %4. Findings Project Suspension was issued on July 1, 2012 since the contractor cannot mobilize due to series of slides and road cut along the 21 km section leading to the project site. To address this, the DPWH-CAR requested DPWH-CO to utilize savings for the removal of slides and restoration of road cuts costing Php 2.38 M. This was eventually approved and the contractor was advised to resume effective September 30, 2012. Due to the slides and road cuts, the group had to cruise Apayao River for two (2) hours using a motor-banca and hike for an hour to reach the project site. It was found out that the road alignment follows an old logging road of which some portions were later widened by the AFP Engineering Brigade. Accordingly, the AFP had a military camp at Barangay Madatag. The area has a vast potential for agriculture, water recreation and Philippine eagle watching. The forest area along the river and within the Apayao-Ilocos Norte boundary is a perfect eagle’s habitat.5. Comment(s)/ Recommendation(s) The leadership of Apayao Province and MLGU Kabugao in cooperation with the DPWH Apayao I are commended for the swift conduct of a parcellary survey on August 2011 along the road line to delineate private properties from road right-of-way (RROW). This was among the conditions set by Secretary Singson prior to the issuance of the memorandum and funding release. For FY 2013-2016, the DPWH should program the construction of the seven (7) major bridges with a total length of 445 lm. crossing several tributaries of the Apayao River. Meanwhile, the contractor should immediately resume construction work. C-5
  44. 44. PROJECT PHOTO-DOCUMENTATION Actual Project Site at Barangay Madatag Location: KO627+840-KO637+400On July 1, 2012 the suspension order was issued since the contractor cannot mobilize due to series of massive slides and road cuts along the 21 km section leading to the project site. C-6
  45. 45. The DPWH-CO recently approved to utilized savings for the removal of slides and restoration of roadcuts costing Php 2.38 M. Consequently, the contractor was advised to resume effective Sept. 30, 2012 Location: KO627+840-KO637+400 The area has a vast potential for agriculture, water recreation and Philippine eagle watching C-7
  46. 46. Junction Kabugao, Apayao Kabugao section Junction San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte Solsona Welcome Arch C-8
  47. 47. Ongoing concreting work, near regional boundary COURTESY CALL and EXIT CONFERENCE Exit conference with Kabugao Municipal Administrator Romeo Tamot (2nd R)With Engr. Domingo Enciso (R) and Exit conference with DPWH Apayao I Kabugao Local Officials ADE Edward P. Magno (R) and Engr. Domigo Enciso (L) and PE Antonio Banguec (2nd L) C-9

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