TRANSPARENCY @ WORK
 
KEY OFFICIALS
USEC. CATALINO S. CUY
OIC, DILG
USEC. AUSTERE A. PANADERO, CESO I
Undersecretary for Local Government
ENGR. MARLO L. IRINGAN, CESO V
Regional Director
 
 
REGIONAL ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

 

MAJOR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
>Mamamayang Ayaw sa Anomalya, Mamamayang Ayaw sa Iligal na Droga (MASA-MASID)
  >Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG)
ADM >DILG's Assistance to Disadvantaged Municipalities
  >Full Disclosure Policy (FDP)
  >Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA)
  >Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat (SALINTUBIG)
  >Performance Challenge Fund (PCF)
  >Ugnayan ng Barangay at Simbahan (UBAS)
  >Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
  >Operation L!STO
  >Search for Outstanding Barangay Peace & Order Committee (BPOC)
  >Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives & Award (LTIA)
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GONGS & DRUMS
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MAY - JUNE  
GONGS & DRUMS
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MARCH APRIL
   
MAY JUNE
   
JULY AUGUST
   
OCTOBER NOV - DEC
   
WEBLINKS

SALINTUBIG and BuB are just two of the programs of the Department where the poor, vulnerable and marginalized communities are literally connected by the different projects, and empowered through the process of participative governance with projects identified by beneficiary communities.  SALINTUBIG targets waterless municipalities where more than 50 percent of the poor households have no access to potable water supply, as well as resettlement/relocation sites, waterless lying-in or rural health units, and poorest communities.

Until recently, Tineg is one of the 27 municipalities of Abra which was isolated due to impassable road even with vehicles with tire chain.  The municipal government prioritized the concreting of the road leading to the municipal hall with national government subsidy through the 2016 Local Government Support Fund (LGSF) providing the necessary funds to cement the remaining one-kilometer stretch of two-lane road to the municipal hall.  Travel to poblacion is now faster.

Other projects were proposed by the local governments for funding through the Department.  Among these are the provision of water systems in waterless barangays, mostly far-flung areas.

Project validation turned into physical challenge and challenge to ones commitment to public service.  The Project Monitoring Team composed of LGOO V Johnny Mauting and Engr. Jovany Gatawa from the DILG-CAR Regional Office, and Cluster Head Jimmicio Daoaten from DILG Abra took five days to hike through rugged mountain terrain to inspect all five water systems starting from the farthest project in Barangay Anayan.

Hauling of materials such as pipes, tanks, and cement must be done by members of the community who are familiar with the terrain.  Galvanized water tank was carried by four people in two days through the mountains.  Materials for concrete tanks are simply too heavy to haul.

When DILG regional and provincial personnel visited the community to validate proposed projects in Tineg, residents were very skeptical about the projects pushing through.  This is understandable since the only government facility seen by the validators were public schools, and the recently built municipal hall and police station.  Because of this, hauling costs were undervalued in most projects resulting to necessary adjustments later on.

The community rallied behind the projects.  They joined in monitoring these to make sure they are implemented as proposed, and happily welcome the project monitoring team into their homes.
 
Earlier in 2016, Mt. Province and Abra were connected with the completion of the P 144 Million road opening under the PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn or PAMANA which covers 16.502 kilometers of meandering road through the mountainous areas from Tamboan, Besao to Dilong, Tubo in Abra.  The project was implemented in three phases starting in 2013 with the DILG as the partner agency and local governments or other entities as implementing partners.
 
First, the roads.  Now, the provision of most basic of needs such as water.  More projects are expected to be implemented with national government subsidy. The latest of which is the Assistance to Disadvantaged Municipalities or ADM once requirements are satisfied by the LGUs.
 
“I never thought I will see this road cemented in my lifetime,” said one elder in the Adasen dialect.  But this is where national and local government and members of the community come together to see development happen sooner than later in Tineg.# Carol G. Gano, with reports from LGCDD.
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION   QUICK FACTS
Land Area (sq.Km.): 19,611.10
Population (2010): 1,616,867
No. of Provinces: 6
No. of Municipalities: 75
No. of HUCs: 1 (Baguio City)
No. of Component Cities: 1 (Tabuk City)
Total No. of Barangays: 1,176
Legal Basis of Creation: EO 220
Date of Creation: 7/15/1987
PROVINCE / CITY NO. OF REGISTERED VOTERS (Oct 31, 2015)
ABRA 156,968
APAYAO 64,867
BENGUET 204,497
BAGUIO CITY 147,794
IFUGAO 112,328
KALINGA & TABUK CITY
121,375
MT. PROVINCE 98,351
TOTAL
906,180

 

 

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CORNER
 
CLUSTERED GEOHAZARD MAPS
ABRA
 
 
 
Bangued
Licuan-Baay
Manabo
 
Sallapadan
Tineg
 
APAYAO
 
 
 
Calanasan
Kabugao
Lenneng
 
 
Pudtol
 
Baguio City
BENGUET
 
 
 
 Atok Kabayan  Mankayan
IFUGAO
     
 Bunhian Lagawe  
KALINGA
     
Lubuagan Salegseg City of Tabuk
MT. PROVINCE
     
 Bontoc Paracelis  Sadanga
Reference: Geohazard maps were extracted from the  Geological Database Information System (GDIS) of the Mines & Geosciences Bureau (MGB) portal through this link.

 

 

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