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!