Presentation by Hon. Luwalhati R. Antonino

Report
Mindanao Development Report
Clearly, Mindanao fared well over the last
two years…
Good Governance
• GPH-MILF and GPH-NDF
Peace negotiations
progressing
• ARMM Reforms
• Signing of the FAB
Improved Investment
Climate
• Increased Mindanao Budget
• Increased Private Investment
Improved Peace
Condition
Budget and Fiscal Reforms, Infrastructure
Improved MacroEconomic Performance
• GRDP Growth
• Low inflation
• Exports-Imports
35% of the total awardees of the
Gawad Pamana ng Lahi are
Mindanao LGUs
REGION
PROVINCE
CITY
MUNICIPALITY
IX
Zamboanga del
Norte
Misamis
Oriental
Compostella
Valley
Cotabato
Zamboanga
Labasaon, ZDN
Cagayan de Oro
Opol, Misamis
Oriental
San Vicente (Laak)
X
Mindanao
35%
XI
NonMindanao
65%
XII
Caraga
ARMM
Agusan del
Norte
Tagum
Kidapawan
Surigao
Surallah, South
Cotabato
Cagawait, Surigao
del Sur
Sultan Mastura,
Maguindanao
The Gawad Pamana ng Lahi Award is granted to LGUs with exemplary performance
in local governance
BOI- Approved Investments in Mindanao
Surged up to 663% in 2011…
where 99% of the equity
are Locally driven
P91.43
P11.98B
2010
Source: BOI
2011
99%
1%
94.88% of Mindanao’s Labor Force are employed
Of the 20 people
aged 15 to 64 in
MINDANAO
19 of them are
EMPLOYED
But, of the 19, 5 of them are
UNDEREMPLOYED
Source: NSO
Our Goal…
1. A dynamic, inclusive, and green economy
2. Physical integration thru infrastructure
development
3. Climate resiliency and adaptability
4. Human Development: A Mindanao where no
one is deprived
5. Peace once and for all
6. A culture-sensitive, self-reliant, responsive
and accountable governance
Mindanao a major source of globally
competitive agri-based products
pineapple
oil palm
canned sardines
banana
seaweed
Source of Raw Data: NSCB
Processed by: MinDA
tuna
Strong demand for coco products…
Baled Coco Coir
Coco Fiber
Nets of Coir
Coco Peat
Coco Mattress
Completing Major Transport Highways
Proposed Road Project
Existing Primary National Road
On-going National Road Project
Lake Mainit Circumferential Road
Status: Need for funding
Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon
(Phividec-Alae) Road. Cost Php100.0 million
Cabanglasan-Loreto Road
Status: Need for funding
Iligan-San Fernando-Sta. Josefa-Trento
Status: Need for funding
Sibuco-Sirawai-Siocon-Baliguian-Gutalac Road
Status: Some sections are on-going with allocation
from CY 2013 of Php 200 M, DPWH IX to
allocate additional funding for its targeted
concreting in 2016
Sulu Trancentral Road
Status: Need for funding
Kalamansig-Palimbang-Maitum Road
Status: DPWH XII to allocate additional funding for its
targeted completion in 2016
Allocation for 2012:Php 200 M, on-going
Funding: Total Estimated Cost to concretize the entire stretch
(Php 2B)
Tawi-tawi Road
Status: USAID and DPWH project road upgrading completed.
Need for funding for concreting of the entire stretch
Sarangani- Davao Sur Coastal
Road (Don MarcelinoJose Abad Santos-Glan)
Status: Need for funding (Php
900M)
Proposed Priority Airports and Seaport in Minanao
CAGAYAN DE ORO PORT
Construction of RORO berthing Facilities &
Breasting Dolphin
Estimated Cost:50.0Million
SURIGAO PORT DEVELOPMENT
Construction of New perimeter
fence, covered walkway and
gate lighting
Estimated Cost: 30.0 Million
ILIGAN PORT
•Construction off one story PTB
•Estimated Cost: 40.0Million
SURIGAO AIRPORT-Rehab of
admin bldg, inc. 5,000 gal of
elevated water tank water T
Estimated Cost: 5.0 Million
SURIGAO AIRPORTImprovement of Passenger
Terminal Building including
10,000 gal of water Tank
Estimated Cost: 7.5 Million
ILIGAN PORT
•Construction of Emilia Khu road
extension/Construction of alternate port
• access road Estimated Cost: 49.0M
OZAMIS AIRPORT- Concreting of Access VPA
Road
Estimated Cost: 2.5 Million
PAGADIAN AIRPORT
Construction of 10,000 gal overhead water tank
Estimated Cost: 3.0 Million
STA.ANA PORT
Construction of Passenger
Terminal Building
Estimated Cost: 40.0 Million
NEW ZAMBOANGA INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT DEV’T
Estimated Cost: 2.964 billion
JOLO AIRPORTConstruction of overhead water tank
Estimated Cost: 2.50 Million
COTABATON AIRPORT – Expansion of
runway extension by 35m at runway
28 and Expansion/Rehabilitation of
Passenger Terminal Building
•Estimated Cost:650.0 Million
KALAMANSIG PORT
Construction of Terminal Management Office
Estimated Cost: 4.0 Million
Note: Proposed project s are based on the PPA and CAAP
proposed infra project as of 2012
BABAK PORT – IGACOS
•Construction of Public Terminal Building
•Estimated Cost: 20.0 Million
GENERAL SANTOS AIRPORT
Construction of PTB gate
complex/Completion of Perimeter
Fence
Estimated Cost:118.0 Million
Establish Food, Agribusiness and
Logistics corridors
Norther Mindanao Economic
Zone
Strategy:NMEZ
Economic Role: Business Center,
Industrial and Food Cooridor,
Minerals Development
Industry Focus: Coconut, Cassava,
Aquaculture, Livestock/Poultry
Tourism Development:SP-1, SP-3,
SP-7
Environment:ARB, BukidnonHeadwater, Lake Lanao Source of
Hydro Power
Power: Mini-Hydro, Hydro
Regions: Region X, ARMM
Mainland, CARAGA-Northern
Western Mindanao Economic
Zone
MDG: MDG
Spatial Development
Strategy:WMEZ
Economic Role: Processing Center,
Business Center, Agri-Industrial
Center, Trading Hub in BIMP-EAGA
Industry Focus: Coconut, Seaweeds,
Rubber, Mariculture
Tourism Development:SP-4, SP-7
Environment:
Power: Mini-Hydro, Power Barge
Regions: Zamboanga Peninsula and
ARMM-Island Provinces
NMEZ
WMEZ
SMEZ
Southern Mindanao Economic Zone
Legends:
Primary Growth
Center
Secondary Growth
Center
MDG:
Poverty Incidence:28.1
Spatial Development
Strategy:SMEZ
Economic Role:Food Corridor, AgriIndustrial Center, Minerals Dev’t. Business
Center
Industry Focus: Banana, Rubber, Sugarcane,
Pineapple, Mango, Cassava, Aquaculture
Tourism Development:SP-6
Environment:MRB, DRB, ARB, Agusan
Marsjh
Power:Geothermal, Hydropower
Regions: Region XI, Region XII, CARAGASouthern
Additional Power Sources
Mindanao Grid
15 MW Mapalad
Diesel PP
15 EEI HFO
Peaking Plant
2012
2013
35 MW Bukidnon
Biomass
COMMITTED POWER PROJECTS
Coal
:
500 MW
Oil-based
:
30 MW
Hydro
8 MW
Geothermal :
50 MW
Total
:
588 MW
150 MW Therma South Coalfired Phase 2
100 MW Sarangani Coal-fired
Phase 1
50 MW Mt Apo Geo PP
100 MW Sarangani
Coal-fired Phase 2
150 MW Therma
South Coal-fired
Phase 1
2014
2015
200 MW STEAG
Coal-fired
35 MW Darong Solar PV
5 MW camiguin Wind
Farm
100 MW San Ramon
Coal-fired
20 MW FDC Coal
DOE List of Power Projects as of 05 November 2012
2016
2017
100 MW PNOC Coalfired PP
20 MW Tagoloan
Hydro PP
2018
2019
12 MW Tamugan
HEP PP
INDICATIVE POWER PROJECTS
Coal
:
420 MW
Hydro
:
32 MW
Biomass
:
35 MW
Wind
:
5 MW
Solar
:
35 MW
Total
:
527 MW
12
Ridge to Reef
Erosion
Backflow
Siltation
Flooding
Mindanao 8 Major River Basins
Tagoloan River Basin
Cagayan De Oro
River Basin
Agusan
River Basin
Agus River Basin
Tagum-Libuganon
River Basin
Davao River Basin
Mindanao
River Basin
Buayan-Malungan
River Basin
The poverty incidence (PI) of all Mindanao regions is
higher than the national average.
CARAGA
47.8%
ARMM
45.9%
Zamboanga
Peninsula
43.1%
Northern
Mindanao
39.6%
SOCCSKSARGEN
Almost half
of the
population
in Regions 9,
13 and
ARMM are
poor.
35.7%
Davao
Region
35.7%
Philippines
26.5%
26.5%
National Average
Supporting basic socio-economic
development
Communities
Track 4
Track 3
Track 1 & 2
Track 1
CommunityBased Assistance
Area Development
Institutional
Development
Source of map: OPAPP—www.gov.ph
ARMM Reforms
Seal of Good
Housekeeping
Resumption of
Peace Talks
Pres. Noynoy Aquino and MILF chair Al Haj Murad
Ibrahim , August 2011
Our 2011 and 2012 were characterized by…
1)
Major reforms
2)
Economic resilience despite global
challenges and despite the successive
natural disasters that struck us, and
3) Breakthroughs in our peace-building journey.
M2020 Banner Programs
• Mindanao Nurturing Our Waters
(MindaNOW);
• Mindanao Integrated Coconut Industry
Development;
• Mindanao Multi-Modal Transport and
Logistics Program;
• Mindanao Sustainable Power Development
and Upgrading Program; and
• Support to Basic Socio-Economic
Development.
Good day!

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