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Mindanao Development Report. Clearly, Mindanao fared well over the last two years…. Good Governance. Improved Investment Climate. GPH-MILF and GPH-NDF Peace negotiations progressing ARMM Reforms Signing of the FAB. GRDP Growth Low inflation Exports-Imports. Increased Mindanao Budget

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clearly mindanao fared well over the last two years
Clearly, Mindanao fared well over the last two years…

Good Governance

  • Improved Investment Climate
  • GPH-MILF and GPH-NDF Peace negotiations progressing
  • ARMM Reforms
  • Signing of the FAB
  • GRDP Growth
  • Low inflation
  • Exports-Imports
  • Increased Mindanao Budget
  • Increased Private Investment
  • Improved Peace Condition
  • Improved Macro-Economic Performance

Budget and Fiscal Reforms, Infrastructure

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35% of the total awardees of the GawadPamanangLahi are

Mindanao LGUs

The GawadPamanangLahiAward is granted to LGUs with exemplary performance in local governance

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BOI- Approved Investments in Mindanao Surged up to 663% in 2011…

where 99%of the equity are Locally driven

P91.43

P11.98B

1%

99%

2011

2010

Source: BOI

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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
Our Goal…
  • A dynamic, inclusive, and green economy
  • Physical integration thru infrastructure development
  • Climate resiliency and adaptability
  • Human Development: A Mindanao where no one is deprived
  • Peace once and for all
  • A culture-sensitive, self-reliant, responsive and accountable governance
mindanao a major source of globally competitive agri based products
Mindanao a major source of globally competitive agri-based products

pineapple

canned sardines

banana

seaweed

tuna

oil palm

Source of Raw Data: NSCB

Processed by: MinDA

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Strong demand for coco products…

Baled Coco Coir

Coco Fiber

Nets of Coir

Coco Mattress

Coco Peat

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Existing Primary National Road

Proposed Road Project

On-going National Road Project

Completing Major Transport Highways

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)

Sarangani- Davao Sur Coastal Road (Don Marcelino-Jose Abad Santos-Glan)

Status: Need for funding (Php 900M)

Tawi-tawi Road

Status: USAID and DPWH project road upgrading completed.

Need for funding for concreting of the entire stretch

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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

SURIGAO AIRPORT-Rehab of admin bldg, inc. 5,000 gal of elevated water tank water T

Estimated Cost: 5.0 Million

  • ILIGAN PORT
  • Construction off one story PTB
  • Estimated Cost: 40.0Million

SURIGAO AIRPORT-Improvement 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

  • BABAK PORT – IGACOS
  • Construction of Public Terminal Building
  • Estimated Cost: 20.0 Million
  • COTABATON AIRPORT – Expansion of runway extension by 35m at runway 28 and Expansion/Rehabilitation of Passenger Terminal Building
  • Estimated Cost:650.0 Million

JOLO AIRPORT-

Construction of overhead water tank

Estimated Cost: 2.50 Million

KALAMANSIG PORT

Construction of Terminal Management Office

Estimated Cost: 4.0 Million

GENERAL SANTOS AIRPORT

Construction of PTB gate complex/Completion of Perimeter Fence

Estimated Cost:118.0 Million

Note: Proposed project s are based on the PPA and CAAP proposed infra project as of 2012

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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, Bukidnon-Headwater, Lake Lanao Source of Hydro Power

Power: Mini-Hydro, Hydro

Regions: Region X, ARMM Mainland, CARAGA-Northern

Establish Food, Agribusiness and Logistics corridors

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

MDG:

Poverty Incidence:28.1

Spatial Development

Strategy:SMEZ

Economic Role:Food Corridor, Agri-Industrial Center, Minerals Dev’t. Business Center

Industry Focus: Banana, Rubber, Sugarcane, Pineapple, Mango, Cassava, Aquaculture

Tourism Development:SP-6

Environment:MRB, DRB, ARB, AgusanMarsjh

Power:Geothermal, Hydropower

Regions: Region XI, Region XII, CARAGA-Southern

Legends:

Primary Growth

Center

Secondary Growth

Center

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Additional Power Sources

COMMITTED POWER PROJECTS

Coal : 500 MW

Oil-based : 30 MW

Hydro 8 MW

Geothermal : 50 MW

Total : 588 MW

Mindanao Grid

150 MW Therma South Coal-fired Phase 2

100 MW Sarangani Coal-fired Phase 1

50 MW Mt Apo Geo PP

15 MW Mapalad Diesel PP

15 EEI HFO Peaking Plant

100 MW Sarangani Coal-fired Phase 2

150 MW Therma South Coal-fired Phase 1

12 MW Tamugan HEP PP

200 MW STEAG Coal-fired

35 MW Bukidnon Biomass

100 MW PNOC Coal-fired PP

20 MW Tagoloan Hydro PP

35 MW Darong Solar PV

5 MW camiguin Wind Farm

100 MW San Ramon Coal-fired

20 MW FDC Coal

INDICATIVE POWER PROJECTS

Coal : 420 MW

Hydro : 32 MW

Biomass : 35 MW

Wind : 5 MW

Solar : 35 MW

Total : 527 MW

DOE List of Power Projects as of 05 November 2012

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Ridge to Reef

Erosion

Backflow

Siltation

Flooding

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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

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The poverty incidence (PI) of all Mindanao regions is higher than the national average.

Almost half of the population in Regions 9, 13 and ARMM are poor.

CARAGA

47.8%

ARMM

45.9%

Zamboanga

Peninsula

43.1%

Northern

Mindanao

39.6%

35.7%

SOCCSKSARGEN

Davao

Region

35.7%

Philippines

26.5%

National Average

26.5%

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Supporting basic socio-economic development

Link to Industries

Communities

Institutional Development

Track 4

Area Development

Track 3

Community-Based Assistance

Track 1 & 2

Track 1

Source of map: OPAPP—www.gov.ph

armm reforms

Pres. Noynoy Aquino and MILF chair Al Haj Murad Ibrahim , August 2011

ARMM Reforms

Seal of Good Housekeeping

Resumption of Peace Talks

our 2011 and 2012 were characterized by
Our 2011 and 2012 were characterized by…
  • Major reforms
  • 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
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.