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AREA STUDY MUNICIPALITY OF SAN NARCISO, PROVINCE OF ZAMBALES

Purpose and Limiting Factors


a. Purpose To apply a holistic, multi-faceted approach to security for the municipality of San Narciso, Zambales.

b. Mission To determine the Municipality of San Narciso's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats with regards to geographic, political and socio-economic security aspects; and to formulate necessary recommendations for the improvement of the municipality.

c. Limiting Factors The significant factor that affected the completeness of the study is the unavailability of personnel of San Narciso Police Station and staff of the Municipal Hall since the visitation was conducted during the Holiday Season. Most of their key personnel were on break.

The team instead, left survey or informative forms to be filled up by key personnel upon their return for work. The team gathered all available resources at hand during the study no matter how scarce the information were.

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BRIEF HISTORY

The Municipality of San Narciso, Zambales started from a modest settlement founded by a handful of Ilocano pioneers during the early part of the 18 th century. In the beginning of 1780, people from the Ilocos Coast started the influx into the municipality to escape the oppressive rule of the Spanish government, and at the same time look wider and richer land where they could improve their economic situation. The first wave of migrants of Ilocanos as inspired by previous stories heard about the tracks of fertile uncultivated lands in Zambales related by Ilocano traders returning home from their explorations and trading ventures. The stories gained credence by the confirmation of Diego Silang and his men on their return after they were shipwrecked and saved along the western coast of Zambales. These traders revealed the existence of great mineral wealth, excellent harvest, good fishing grounds and abundance of food in Zambales. Their interest was aroused. To escape the abuses and repressive rule of the Spanish Officials, they left their homes to try their luck in the new-found land. The Ilocano settlers established their settlements in the northern towns of what was then a part of Zambales namely, Sual, Anda, Alaminos, Dasol, Infanta, Bolinao and Mabini (these towns and proceeded to Central Zambales. The first recorded wave of settlers in San Narciso came from Paoay, Ilocos Norte. Some of them were relatives of the first settlers in the northern toen of Zambales. These groups established their settlements along the kinarayan known as the Macolcol River (rivulet) and named it Alusiis. The settlement expanded and progressed until other settlers came and settled permanently in the community. The second wave of settlers came from Villa Fernando, called Vigan, Ilocos Sur, these migrants were mostly traders and fishermen, who came in by punting (big sailboats) virays (also big sailboats) and parao (small sailboats). They landed at
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baybay now Barangay La Paz, some of these settlers made their homes on the seashore while others inland. The settlement of settlers started this way; One day some of the settlers anchored their boats at the mouth of the kinarayan (Macolcol river) and went eastward to explore the land, they followed footprints of negritoes who lived in the vast forest. At some distance from the coast, they found clearings and huts by the aborigines. The men approached a negrito who was trembling with fear upon seeing them, the inquired from the negrito on how to ford or cross the river, the lone negrito failed to answer outright because dread. He pointed towards the river. The visitors thought that the negrito was pointing the shallow part of river. The followed the direction. When they reached the bank of the river, they found the water was deep swift and violently whirling. One of the settlers exclaimed in Ilocano Agas! Apunay nga Alusiisen (what a violent whirling). Since their efforts to found the river failed, they marked the place and place and went back to their boats, they later returned to clear and cultivated the area and called it Alusiis. The second version which is a better historical in origin was; After Juan de Salcedo conquered Manila, he moved northward to expand the Spanish rule in the country. He established their settlement in the municipalities of Castillejos and Iba. One day, some Spanish soldiers from Castillejos rode northward for their continuing mission to conquer undiscovered land and not being familiar with the terrain, they stopped at an Ilocano settlement along the northern bank of Macolcol River. They approached the first house in the settlement, and one of the soldiers inquired from the farmer and his wife, who were then trembling with fear, because they could not understand the language of the soldier, they thought that the soldiers came to confiscate their properties and inflict physical harm to them, the man was tongue-tied and could not
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answer. Brusquely, the soldiers alighted from his horse and repeated his question. The man imagining that the soldier was asking if they could cross the river, stammered a reply: Alusiis met apo meaning the river was rapid, deep and whirling thinking that he was answered right, the soldier nodded and went back to his companions and kept repeating to himself Alusiis, Alusiis. Since then, the pueblo was called Alusiis. On February 12,1846, as the Spanish Flag was hoisted in the place, the name Alusiis was changed to SAN NARCISO as a namesake to the then progressive Spanish Governor-General Narciso Claveria. San Narciso is the official name of the town by a Royale Decree issued by the Spanish Governor General Narciso Claveria and Archbishop Jose Soque in February 12, 1846.

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THE MISSION OF SAN NARCISO, ZAMBALES

THE VISION OF SAN NARCISO, ZAMBALES CHAPTER I


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A. GEOGRAPHY The municipality of San Narciso is located in the Central Part of Zambales. It is 169 kilometers away from Manila, 92 kilometers from San Fernando City, Pampanga the Regional Capital and 42 kilometers from the Provincial Capital in Iba in the north and 42 kilometers from Olongapo City in the south.

San Narciso is bounded in the north by the municipality of San Felipe on the south by the municipality of San Antonio on the southeast by the municipality of San Marcelino on the east by the mountain ranges and on the west by the South China Sea. It shares common boundaries with the municipality of San Felipe on the north, San Antonio on the south, and San Marcelino on the east.

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1. Land Area 2. Population 3. Household 4. Mun. Classification 5. Growth Rate 6. Population Density 7. No. of Barangays Alusiis Beddeng Candelaria Dallipawen Grullo La Paz Libertad Namatacan Natividad : : : : : : : 7,160 has or 71.60 sq. kilometer 33,315 (Projected) 6844 (Projected) 4th Class 1.076 4.653 persons / hectares 17 Omaya Paite Patrocinio San Jose San Juan San Rafael San Pascual Simminublan

8. Topography and Land Features Average Elevation : Highest Elevation : 3.5891meters above sea level 800 meters above sea level Latitude - 1200.4 44.64 E Longitude- 15 00 56.0 N

Grade Coordinates :

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9. Land Area Per Barangay URBAN Candelaria Libertad Natividad Patrocinio San Jose San Juan San Pascual San Rafael AREA IN HECTARES 120.00 11.44 349.00 326.00 122.00 247.00 243.00 203.00 PERCENT TOTAL 1.68 .16 4.88 4.55 1.70 3.45 3.39 2.84

RURAL Alusiis Beddeng Dallipawen Grullo La Paz Namatacan Omaya Paite Simminublan

AREA IN HECTARES 124.00 448.00 375.00 452.00 432.00 420.00 590.56 2,275.00 422.00 7,160.00

PERCENT TOTAL 1.73 6.26 5.24 6.31 6.03 5.87 8.25 31.77 5.89 100.00

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10. Land Area / Land Use

TOPOGRAPHY AND LAND FEATURES San Narciso has an average elevation of 3.5891 meters above sea level. The highest elevation is 800 meters and the lowest is 30 meters. It has twelve (12) rivers and rivulets that supplies minimal water for the farmlands. The rivers are Omaya, Cabirabidan, Nagtipunan, Danao, Macolcol, Grullo, Cabatuan, Palayas (Vega), Cuyacoy, Casantacruzan, Mabangcal and Capaniquian. CLIMATE AND TEMPERATURE Like any other towns in the coastal area (Western Luzon), San Narciso has two (2) pronounced season: the wet season and the dry season. The wet (rainy season) falls during the months of June and October with monthly average temperature of 22 degrees centigrade. While the dry season, which starts in November and ends in May, has an average temperatures 30 degrees centigrade. PREVAILING WINDS Like most coastal areas in the Philippines, the prevailing typhoons affecting the municipality as often intensified southwest or northwest monsoons. However, typhoons
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affecting the municipality of San Narciso are considerably weakened by the towering mountains on its eastern, northern and southern sides. A maximum wind with a velocity of 150 kilometers per hour is experienced every year during heavy downpour. FLORA AND FAUNA The animal habitat of San Narciso covers approximately 3,000 hectares of the total land area. In this rare species of animals are found such as wild pigs, alligators, pythons, and black Herons. Orchids of different species are found on the wide hectare hinterlands near the boundary of San Marcelino and San Narciso mountains such as tiger grass, rattan and wild Dona Aurora. Hard wood of commercial quality thrives in the forest of San Narciso like macapa, molave and pajo.Pajo and narra which can be found in the mountain ranges of Paite is unique for house walling and dining tables. Dita (Dalipawen) in the dialect is also found in the forest and is good material for wooden shoes, boat hull and may even be used in match sticks production. SOIL TYPE San Narciso as an agricultural municipality has soil type such as angeles fine sand, fine sandy loam, silt loam and clay loam.

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CHAPTER II
ECONOMY, AGRICULTURE AND TRADE AND INDUSTRY San Narciso is a Fourth Class municipality under the new income classification with an agricultural-based economy. Farming and fishing are the major industries.

Cattle-raising, poultry/swine raising, bamboo-nipa house- making and small scale business enterprises are the subsidiary sources of livelihood in this municipality.

Major Occupation: Farming Fishing Small Scale/Industries Principal Crops Rice String Beans Onions 14. Minor Crops Eggplant Fruits Vegetables Peanuts Other crops

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Rice Production Harvested Crops Dry Cropping Season Hybrid Rice Certified Seeds Farm Home Save Seeds 6 126 1,568.00 24 538.58 6,182.00 4 4.27 3.94 (Has) Production (MT) Ave. Yield (Ton/Has)

Wet Cropping Season IRRIGATED Hybrid Certified Seeds Farm Home Save Seeds 1 54 1,645.00 4 184.45 4,973.50 4 3.41 3.02

RAINFED Hybrid Certified Seeds Farm Home Save Seeds 898 2.58 2.89

Vegetable Production Harvested Crops Ampalaya Eggplant (Has) 0.75 3.25 Production (MT) 11.25 8.5 Ave. Yield (Ton/Has 15 2.61 13

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Tomato Okra Patola Squash Upo 1.65 2.6 0.5 2 1.8 11.5 10.5 1.5 9.5 8 6.9 4.03 3 4.75 4.4

Root Crop Production Harvested Crops Sweet Potato Cassava Gabi Ubi Turnips (Has) 6 0.5 Production (MT) 32 2.5 Ave. Yield (Ton/Has 5.3 5

Legumes Harvested Crops Peanuts Pole Sitao Bush Sitao Mungbean (Has) 1.65 2.651 0.25 Production (MT) 32 0.77 1 Ave. Yield (Ton/Has 4.24 4 -

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Corn Harvested Crops Green Corn Yellow Corn (Has) 1.25 7 Production (MT) 9.75 23.8 Ave. Yield (Ton/Has 3 3.4

Other Type of Vegetables And Spices Harvested Crops Saluyot Onion Pepper (Has) 7.25 7.4 2.6 Production (MT) 29.25 28 5.5 Ave. Yield (Ton/Has 4 3.78 2.1

Permanent Crops No. of Bearing Trees

Crops

Production (MT)

Ave. Yield (Ton/Has

Mango Kinalabaw Pico / Indian etc. Cashew Coconut Banana 280 684 78 18 196 203.6 218 4.3 5 12.39 0.72 0.31 0.05 0.27 0.063 15

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Calamansi Guyabano 158 64 2.11 1.9 0.043 0.029

Livestock Production No. of Heads Cattle Carabao Goat 516 305 175 Swine Horse Dogs 220 25 1,020

Poultry Production No. of Heads Broilers Native Chicken Ducks Turkey Goose 1,500 13,500 3,800 62 28

Commerce Land Area of Public Market = 8,300 sq.m.

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Business Permits Issued CY 2011

Sari-Sari Store Tricycle Refreshment/Merienda General Merchandise Meat Vendors Dry Store Butcher Fish Vendors Rice/Feeds Retailer Transients Hotel and Resort Funeral Parlor Cell Sites LPG Dealers Videoke Bars Gasoline Stations Lending Institutions Internet Caf

239 494 58 236 17 13 9 75 24 96 7 3 3 2 4 3 3 8

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CHAPTER III

SOCIO-CULTURAL PROFILE
POPULATION Population Structure

Alusiis------------1,231 Beddeng--------- 2,863 Candelaria------- 830 Dallipawen------ 926 Grullo ----------- 1,759 La Paz----------- 4,003 Libertad ---- ---644

Paite ------------ 380 Patrocinio ----- 2,558 San Jose ------512

San Juan ------- 1,198 San Pascual---- 1,869 San Rafael -----1,263 Simminublan---1,729 Omaya ---------- 714

Namatacan----2,019 Natividad - - - - - 1,934

--------------------------------------------T o t a l - - - -26,432

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Population Projection Municipality of San Narciso, Zambales 2010-2022

BARANGAY Alusiis Beddeng Candelaria Dallipawen Grullo La Paz Libertad Namatacan Natividad Omaya Paite Patrocinio San Jose San Juan San Pascual San Rafael Simminublan T O T A L

2000 1204 2264 799 733 1609 3742 636 1418 1375 757 346 2114 653 1227 1866 1387 1393 23523

2010 1394 3177 780 965 1540 4005 523 1688 2601 647 554 2284 585 1428 1928 1390 1477 26966

2011 1413 3221 791 978 1561 4060 530 1711 2637 656 562 2316 593 1448 1955 1409 1497 27338

2012 1433 3265 802 992 1583 4116 538 1735 2673 665 569 2347 601 1468 1982 1429 1518 27716

2013 1453 3310 813 1006 1605 4173 545 1759 2710 674 577 2380 610 1488 2009 1448 1539 28099

2014 1473 3356 824 1019 1627 4213 552 1783 2748 683 585 2413 618 1509 2037 1468 1560 28468

2015 1493 3402 835 1033 1649 4289 560 1808 2786 693 593 2446 626 1529 2065 1489 1582 28878

2016 1513 3444 847 1048 1672 4348 568 1833 2824 702 601 2480 635 1550 2093 1509 1604 29271

2017 1534 3497 859 1062 1695 4408 576 1858 2863 712 610 2514 644 1572 2122 1530 1626 29682

2018 1557 3545 871 1077 1718 4469 584 1884 2903 722 618 2549 653 1593 2151 1551 1648 30093

2019 1578 3594 991 1092 1742 4531 592 1910 2943 732 627 2584 662 1615 2181 1572 1671 30617

2020 1600 3644 1005 1107 1766 4593 600 1936 2983 742 635 2620 671 1638 2211 1594 1694 31039

2021 1622 3694 1019 1122 1791 4657 608 1963 3024 752 644 2656 680 1660 2242 1616 1717 31467

2022 1644 3745 1033 1138 1815 4721 616 1990 3066 763 653 2692 690 1683 2273 1638 1741 31901

Growth Rate : 1.0138

EDUCATION Education is very vital for development. It is one of the instruments wherein one can pursue success and meaningful life. The DECS Personnel are existing their efforts for the effective implementation of all program, projects and activities

in the Department. The Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) also located here, San Narciso also houses one of the best college institutions in southern Zambales, the Magsaysay Memorial College, which offers bachelors courses and other 2 year courses. Also located in San Narciso is the Zambales Academy. One of the oldest secondary education institutions of the province.
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Department of Education SUMMARY OF PERSONNEL

Grade or Year

No. of Teachers

M I II III IV Total Primary V VI Total Intermediate Grand Total 17 42 1 0 2 1 4 5 12

F 21 16 15 17 69 11 18

T 22 16 17 18 73 16 30

29 196

46 238

Other School Personnel School Janitor Sped Teacher ALS Teacher Kinder Teacher

M 4 0 0 0

F 0 1 1 1

T 4 1 1 1 20

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District Supervisor Head Teacher Elementary School Principal I Elementary School Principal II Elementary School Principal III T o t a l 1 0 21 2 0 28 0 5 4 3 1 16 1 5 5 5 1 25

No. of Elementary Schools = No. of School Buildings Classroom Student Ratio No. of Secondary Schools = = =

16 122 classrooms 1:31 2 Private Schools 2 Public Schools

No. of Tertiary Schools

= =

MMC PMMA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS SY 2010-2011

Participation Rate Cohort Survival Rate Transition Rate Retention Rate Repetition Rate Completion Rate Graduation Rate

100% 93.33% 97.33 100% .008% 99.24% 100% 21

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Drop Out Rate Teacher Pupil Ratio Literacy Rate 0 1.32% 98.4%

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SANITATION


Office of the Rural Health Physician: Number of Barangay Health Stations Number of Coded Barangay Health Stations Crude Birth Rate Infant Death Rate Neonatal Death Rate Maternal Death Rate Fatal Death Rate Growth Rate 15 4 7% 5% 0 0 13% 1.076

LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY ALL AGES

Causes

Number

Rate/100,000 Pop.

Acute Respiratory Infection Hypertension (HCUD) Pneumonia Acute GAstroenterities Pulmonary Tuberculosis Dog bites (PTB)

728 122 103 99 85 25

0.007 0.001 0.001 0.0009 0.0008 0.0002 22

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Urinary Tract Infection Conjunctivities Oatraarthrities Diseases from the Hearth 23 15 6 5 0.0002 0.0001 0.00006 0.00005

LEADING CAUSES OF INFANT MORBIDITY Causes Acute Respiratory Infection Acute Gastroenteritis Pneunonia Dermatites Wound Pulmonary Tuberculosis Conjunctivities Number 153 17 9 1 1 1 1 Rate/1000 Live Births 0.15% 0.01% 0.009% 0.001% 0.001% 0.001% 0.001%

LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY ALL AGES Causes Number Rate/100,000 POP.

Cardio Pulmonary Arrest Pneumonia Cerebrovascular Disease (hcud) Cancer (all types) Pulmonary Tuberculosis Ln-Strage Renal Disease Fetal Death in Utero

84 18 16 9 6 4 2

0.0008% 0.0001% 0.0001% 0.00009% 0.00006% 0.00004% 0.00002% 23

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Chronic Heart Failure Hypovolemic shock 2 stab wound 2 1 0.00002% 0.00001%

LEADING CAUSE OF INFANT MORTALITY

Cause Pneumonia

Number 1

Rate / 1000 LIVE BIRTHS 0.001

SANITATION AND WATER FACILITIES Number Number of Households with Sanitary Toilets: Number of Households with Unsanitary Toilets: Number of Household without Toilets Number of Households with access to Safe Water Number of Households without access to safe water 7011 145 105 7054 207 Percent 97% 2% 1% 97% 3%

OTHER SOCIAL SERVICES


LIST OF EXISTING AND ACCREDITED ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS ,Civic Sectoral, Ethnic Groups) (San Narciso, Zambales) Name of Organization Leaders Chairman/President Address Contact Numbers

1. San Narciso Credit Union Company Cooperative 24

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Mrs. Norvilyn Fabrigas 2. Kabayan Action Group 3. Asosasyon ng mga Kababaihan ng San Narciso, Inc. 4. Samahang Zambalea Rural Workers Religious Affiliations Roman Catholic Church Philippine Independent Church Iglesia Ni Cristo I Care Fellowship Church of Christ Holy Bible Baptist Church Hosannah International Ministry Assembly of God Gospel Kingdom Pentecost Islam Jehovahs Witnesses Church of Christ of the Latter Day Saints Seventh Day Adventist United Methodist Church Born Again Christians 25 Mr. Bellie Feria Libertad none Libertad none

Hon. Elizabeth P. Reyman

San Rafael

none

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Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association United Church of Christ of the Philippines River of Joy

Social Services were utilizes through the effort of the MSWD to assist and attend to the needs of the less privileged.

a. Juvenile Delinquency and Drug Addiction-Negligible for period covered.

b.Alcoholism-Negligible for the period covered.

c. Aged Persons-There are no existing home for the aged institution in AOR. However, the local MSWD office has time and again extended social welfare services to aged persons whose next of kin/immediate relatives couldn't be traced or located.

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CHAPTER IV INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES
Roads & Bridges A. Existing Roads by Type of pavement Classification TOTAL ROAD ROAD CLASSIFICATION LENGTH (KMS) TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION Concrete Asphalt Gravel Earth

National Provincial Municipal Barangay

14.750 5.000 15.586 61.591

0.250 0.100 3.932 7.334

14.500 0.2000 3.663 2.926

4.700 9.106

7.991 42.225

TOTAL

96.927

11.616

21.289

13.806

50.215

B. Existing Bridges As to Construction Type CLASSIFICATION T RCDG National Provincial Barangay TOTAL 103.90 50.00 153.90 Y BAILEY 26.4 26.40 P STEEL 58.20 58.20 E RCBC 25.0 25.0

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C. Length of Municipal Streets According to Surface Type Concrete Asphalt Gravel Unpaved Total 5.535 Kms. 8.989 Kms 0 0.740 Kms. 15.264 kms.

D. Length of Barangay Roads According to Surface Type Concrete Asphalt Gravel Unpaved Total Water Supply Level I Level II Level III 5403 167 730 1651 7054 = 760 460 124,320 cubic meters 28 7.482 Kms. 2.926 Kms 9.106 42.225 Kms. 61.739 kms.

Water Pumps Artesian Wells Local Water Utilities No. of Consumers

No. of Active Consumers = No. of Consumption =

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Livelihood Farming Fishing Trading/Vending Cattle Raising Duck Raising Goat Raising Garment Industry Hallow Blocks Making Sash & Iron Works Tricycle Body Making (Sidecar) Auto/Diesel Repair Metal Craft

Tourism Development - Municipal Land Marks Bloodless Landing Lubong Uneg/Crystal Cave Beach Resorts Municipal Forest Park San Sebastian Church Zambales Academy

- Resorts & Restaurants Crystal Beach Resort Sabina Beach Resort Villa Ruiz Hotel & Restaurant John Eva Beach Resort

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Power Supply ZAMBALES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE (ZAMECO II) Energized Barangays No. of Household Served Communication System Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company SMART TELECOM (Cell site Antenna) Provincial Radio Network (VHF/FM) Telegraph system Cable Television Network (CATV) Globe (Cell site Antenna Sun (Cell site Antenna) 17 6400 houses

Transport System No. of Tricycles No. of Cars No. of Bicycles No. of Jeeps No. of Vans No. of Jeepneys No. of Mini-Buses 920 53 1,873 186 73 104 8

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CHAPTER V POLITICAL SITUATION A. National Government
President BENIGNO AQUINO III who ran under the banner of the Liberal is the Chief Executive of the National Government. executive departments. The Under him are the different

Philippine Government

in addition to the Executive The

department has two other co-equal and interdependent branches, namely: Legislative department and the judiciary.

1. Form of Government

Ours is a republican form of government whereby the President, Vice President and the members of the bicameral assembly (Congress of the Philippines) are elected by the people at large

2. Stability

National Security within the purview of the obtaining peace and order situation is too fragile on issue. The country has been confronted with communist

insurgency, the misadventures of the ultra-rightist groups and criminality which for all intents and purposes tend to create a climate not conducive to socio-economic and political development as envisioned by the present government. The post Marcos

government is inherently designed to bring about what the deposed dictator failed to achieve in terms of progress, stability and development. But with the pervading political situation the great majority of the Filipino people are gradually being alienated from the national leadership.

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Obtainable socio economic and political reforms must be calculated on a long term basis and sadly, at the rate the people are showing signs of discontentment/frustration the national government is perceived to be not responsive to the basic and immediate needs of the citizenry, more so the less fortunate.

3. Constitution

The constitution of the Republic of the Philippines has supplanted and superseded the Freedom Constitution in 1986. A select group of citizens composed the Constitutional Commission in 1986 to draft the present constitution

which translates the good, aspirations and hopes of the Filipino people. In 1987 the drafted constitution was overwhelming ratified by the citizenry in a plebiscite conducted for the purpose.

Local or Provincial Government

The

Provincial Governor, Vice Governor

and

the eight

(8)

Board

Members are elected by Majority/plurality vote by qualified voters in the province, whereas, the Municipal Mayors, Vice Mayors and Councilors are elected by In the Brgys,

majority/plurality vote by qualified voters in a given municipality.

the Brgy Captain and Brgy Kagawads are elected by majority/plurality vote by qualified voters in a given Brgy.

Majority of the elected officals in Zambales led

by Governor Hermogenes

Ebdane Jr and Congressman Antonio Diaz belong to the LAKAS NUCD, the ruling political party. However, there had been political in-fighting,maneuverings and shifts of loyalty among the PDP/LABAN and LAKAS NUCD members as a result of the long existing feud between the Deloso faction and Magsaysay' clan which is believed to have evolved as a result of political interests and ambitions.

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LIST OF ELECTED OFFICIALS


May 2010 Election

PETER T. LIM ELIZABETH P. RAYMAN SANGGUNIANG BAYAN MEMBERS FERDINAND V. ABINSAY SEBASTIAN F. ARICHEA ENGR. GENER F. LIGSAY ADOR F. TORRES MENANDRO M. MAYBITUIN GINA A. MCBRDIE AMOR E. FONTIMAYOR EUGFENE F. FABILEA JESSIE A. REQUIO EDCEL V. ABINSAY

Municipal Mayor Vice Mayor

Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member LIGA PRESIDENT SK FED. PRESIDENT

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LIST OF NATIONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS HEADS OF OFFICES AYSA L. FRAN EDEN P. ARBOLENTE SUSAN G. RECITIS RICARDO C. REYES, JR. EDGAR L. FERNANDEZ RONNIE R. FULGAR MARICEL S. SUDDUTH JESSICA D. ARANGORIN JOSEFINA R. CELINO RODIL A. SY-SANTOS M.D. (VACANT) HON. RENIER CONCEPCION RIZALINO L. FLORITA ENGR. RUBEN LIGASAY ADELFA F. ARICHEA DONNA LEE S. TORRES MA. LILIBETH COSTALES ELVIRA S.MACAM JERRY B. HADUCA Municipal Treasurer (OIC) Municipal Assessor Mun. Budget Officer Municipal Accountant Mun. Planning & Devt. Coordinator Municipal Engineer S. B. Secretary M.S.W.D.O. Local Civil Registrar (0IC) Municipal Health Officer Mun. Agricultural Officer Mun. Trial Court Judge Dept. Ed. District Supervisor M.A.R.O. Population Outreach Officer B.I.R. COMELEC LGOO V PInsp / PNP DILG

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LIST OF PUNONG BARANGAY


San Narciso, Zambales October 25, 2011

FRANCIS T. TIMAJO CORNELO V. VARELA, JR LAURO Q. AYONKE JESSIE A. REQUIO ERNESTO F. ABUAN BIENVENIDO V. PAZ, JR. MARITES R. DEGUIDOY PRESCILLANO A. VINCA RODRIGO A. MORALES ONOFRE L. SOLER, JR. DELIA F. DE DIOS FERDINAND V. FOGATA PACITA F. FARRE SAMUEL G. DE ASIS ZALDY S. MADRIAGA SEBASTIAN S. GAMBOA AVELINO A. POSADAS

Alusiis Beddeng Candelaria Dallipawen Grullo La Paz Libertad Natividad Namatacan Omaya Paite Patrocinio San Jose San Juan San Pascual San Rafael Simminublan

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BARANGAY ELECTION RESULT As of October 25,2011

ALUSIIS

BEDDENG

FRANCIS T TIMAJO DOMINADOR F. ARCONADO,JR GERARDO N. UMALI ANGELITO T. TORINUEVA RESURRECCION F. FERAREZA ARNUL T. ABILLE JOSEPH F. MONDANO LEO O. ALMAZAN .

PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

CORNELIO V VARILLA JR. SUSAN R. SANTOS. SAMUEL S. VIADO. SELWYN R. EMPOT, SR. REYNALDO R. MORALES SATURNINO A. FRAN RAMON A, FEBRERO JOESIE F. DOMINGO

CANDELARIA LAURO Q. AYONKE ISRAEL A. ANCHETA FEDERICO F. BALDO, JR. SYBEL L. AMON FLORANTE B. VILLANUEVA SALVADOR C. FADERA DERECK Q. FERNANDEZ REMIDEL F. BONIFACIO PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

DALLIPAWEN JESSIE A. REQUINO RICARDO F. REQUIO AIDA F. ARCA CONRADO M. LUBONG WILFREDO L. ARCA FELICODAD A. REQUIO.
EDUARDO A. NOJADERA SR.

DANTE L. BURNASAL
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GRULLO ERNESTO F. ABUAN MARRY CILL F. FAMISAN MANUEL F. MAGGAY WILLIAM F. ALEGADO ISAURO C. COLLADO EDWIN R. CABANBAN RODEL D. PAMPOLINO MAILYN A. PADUA PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD LA PAZ BEINVENIDO V. PAZ, JR. NAPOLEON F. ANGELES ROLLY B. QUINTOS JULUIS G. ABEGANIA, SR.
REY BIENVENIDO T. BACTAD

DIOSDADO D. FERRER LOURDES A. NAVARRO FRANCISCO A. ALCASID

LIBERTAD

NAMATACAN

MARITES R. DEGUIDOY MARK ANDREW M. LAVARIAS PERLITA F. REBOJA RODOLFO A. LIBONAO HECTOR B. TIBURCIO ISABELITA B POSADAS ARTEMIO D. MARTY VERGIL P. RAMOS

PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

RODRIGO A. MORALES AIDA B. ESPIRITU DIONISIO L. TORRES FLORANTE L. LAURETA GEORGE A. MATA JOE D. LAGUITAN JIMMY F. FONTECHA ARTEMIO D. RENOTAS

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NATIVIDAD PRISCILLANO P. VINCA APRONIANO L. BALABA,JR. DIANA F. RIVADELO DAN O. ALVARADO JAMES F. CABUJAT RENE A PERLAS JANATHAN V. OBISPO GLORIA T. FORTALEZA PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD OMAYA ONOFRE L. SOLER, SR. JOE N. OBISPO ADOR P. LAGUITAN ALFONSO P. SAHAGUN REVILLA F. ANGELO JOEFREY F. DE DIOS SILVESTRE F. MORALES DARWIN E. LAGUITAN

PAITE

PATROCINIO

DELIA F. DE DEIOS MARCOS A. FALSARIO ROLANDO R. FLAUTA ROMEO A FALSARIO, JR. FELICIANO P. RAMOS, JR. OSCAR F. VIADO DONATA A AGUINOAS ROLAND C. YPIL

PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

ROBERT L. DACUMOS FE G. LOPEZ FRANKLIN E. CAJUSAY AMELITA M. DELA CRUZ EDWIN F. DUMLAO RUBEN B. ANDRADA
MERCEDES C. SARMIENTO

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PACITA F. FARRE ERLINDA P. LIM TESSIE I. DE CASTRO OSCAR A. FADERA CARMENCITA F. FARIN SAMUEL F. ANDRADA GEORGE R. FELARCA, JR. MARITES T. DUMLAO

PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

SAMUEL G. DE ASIS JAY B. RODOLFO ANTONIO E. FAYUSAL ROQUE F. RESOLME


MA. AURELINE S. NEBRIDA

MEDY F. CACHO AUGUSTUS B. ALMERO MARCELINO B. NEBRIL

SAN PASCUAL

SAN RAFAEL

ZALDY S. MADRIAGA CORAZON F. APOSTOL JOEL T. ABDON CLEOFE G. ESPIRITU DELFIN Q. FABRIGAS ELMER R. TADENA ARTHUR P. CABILES ANTONIO F. TORRES

PUNONG BRGY. KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

SEBASTIAN S. GAMBOA ANTHONY F.LEOLIGAO MARVIN F. MANANGAN ADELINA F. GAMBOA JIMMY A. CAWAGAS GIL N. ROSAGARAN
RIZALINDA A. FALAMINIANO

PINAFEL P. CURIMAO

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AVELINO A. POSADAS JULIET D. FEBRE ADELA A. AQUINO NEIL ALDRIN C. ESPIRITU DANIEL R. MANGLICMOT, JR. ANTONIO F. DELA CRUZ BELLA F. SEGALLE ALIPIO A. FAMANILAY

PUNONG BARANGAY KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

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SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTION RESULT Cy 2010 ALUSIIS DESMERLYN JEAN G. FARNAL JELOU S. ABILLE TANYA IVON S. PEDRIDO KATHERINE MAE A. ALMAZAN REZEL JEAN S. TESORO JAYVEE D. FACTOR JUVILYN D. ALMANDARES SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD BEDDENG EDCEL DC. ABINSAY JHINKYANNE H. RAMOS DESIREE F. ARCALA MANILYN RENOLO JAYSO C. NABONG
NIZZA CHANTEL B. ALMAZAN

REY JELL DC VIADO JEAN A. GUTIERREZ

CANDELARIA

DALLIPAWEN

ROVIE J. ALCAYDE RESTON B. BALDO EDRENZ A. LAURETA JHON FEDI R. MENDOZA DEAN MARK T. CASTRONUEVO KRISTINE JOY F. CACHO ELIZABETH F. GONZALES DESIREE F. OBISPO

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

RIGIL KENT R. FABABIER

ESTELA MARIE A. MON CHARMEN R. BURNASAL ERWIN F. LAGUARDIA MARIANE V. REQUIO MARY AILYN A. PUMARAS RACLEF JOHN A. BARERA

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FREDERICK F. SISON JONALD DANSALAN EDSEL D. FORONDA NOEMI F. FORONDA JERIC R. FERNANDEZ RAYMOND C. REBOJIO LOVELETO REBOJIO

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

RAMCO REY A. ABINSAY JERSON P. AGSI CLARISE LOUISE AQUINO ALLEN MARIE ALCANTARA JANE BYEL B. RAYMUNDO

LIBERTAD

NAMATACAN

JEZZAMINE D. CRISTOBAL FERCY MAY V. CASTILLO JANATHAN D. NIRO DON JHON F. STA OLAYA JUSTIN CESAR F. VILLANUEVA

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

EDEN T. ESPEJO JASON ARANDA LEUALLEN CARBONELL JEROME P. FEDERE MARIEL B. ABRIGO JONAS P. FALSARIO ULYSSES AZURIN JEROME FOGATA

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JANICE V. OBISPO GERALD L. VINCA JAYNARD L. MAGBANUA APRIL GRACE DV. AMOROSO FRANCIS ABEGAIL E. LORENZO MICHELLE A. REUTOTAR ANGELO A. REUTOTAR EDMER P. ROXAS

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

LYKEE ROSE C. DE DIOS ELVIE A. AGAWIN WILFUEY ANN C. DE DIOS JUSTIN D. MORALES EMMA V. AGAWIN JELEAZAR C. LAGUITAN JOHN PAUL I. LOPEZ FEJOY L. ALBELDA

PAITE

PATROCINIO

MARK JOSEPH F. FALSARIO JAYLORD D. DE DIOS MELVIN V. RIOS EDWIN A. SALDAJENO MONALIZA D. ARENA ROXANNE A. CABALQUINTO WEBSTER D. FLAUTA MARESSA A. GALLARDO

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

CHRIS IAN M. FRAN


MARNEL BRYAN P. DADURAL

JOHN PAUL V. DICHOSO


LUZLIN ROBELLE F. DACUMOS

JUDEE BERT F. FABABIER KRISTINE MAE F. ROJAS


JULIANNE CYROSE D. BELOY

CESAR PAUL C. DICHOSO

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LHINEL JOHN B. ANDRADE JEFFERSON D. AYONQUE JUNIER FEKARCA IMEE GRACE FORONDA CEAZAR IAN MADARANG CAREZA JOY CLAMOR JESICA ANDRADA

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

ROLANDO F. MAGGAY, JR. JONATHAN FABABIER ABRAHAM R. FARILLAS SHERLYN C. SAYDA ALISON P. ROSARIO JULIUS A. ARCALA EDEL A. ADVINCULA KATHLEEN M. MARIANO

SAN PASCUAL

SAN RAFAEL

ANGIELY G. BALLON MARIANNE R. SANCHEZ ALVIN V. ARELLANO, JR. RAQUEL M. GANAYO VANESSA R. ABEJON JOHN CARLO P CUNANAN MARISSA C. FAMITANGCO

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

MAICA CLARICEL C. BALLON CYRUS GLENN DJ. FORTIN NEIL ALEEN G. REQUIO PAULINE GAIL M. REQUIO JOEL P CAUAGAS NEIL R. FACTURA RUTH ANN M. FLORES SUNSHINE F. PERLAS

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SHARAH LYN MAE A. CUDAL ROMHEL F, CAINGLIT MARY GRACE DC. LADIERO EDELYN MAE M. MONTALBO RICKY O. APOSTOL

SK CHAIRMAN KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

RICA LORRAINE NICOLE A. DALUSONG KAGAWAD LOVELY A, RIO JONALYN A. RAMOS KAGAWAD KAGAWAD

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LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY FEDERATION OFFICERS 2007-2010 PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER AUDITOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS JESSIE A. REQUIO SEBASTIAN S. GAMBOA PACITA F. FARRE EUGENE A. FABILEA SAMUEL G. DE ASIS

BIENVENIDO V. PAZ, JR. ERNESTO F. ABUAN DELIA F. DE DIOS FERDINAND V. FOGATA ZALDY S. MADRIAGA MARITES R. DEGUIDOY

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MUNICIPAL SK FEDERATION OFFICERS 2007-2010 PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER AUDITOR PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER SERGENT AT ARMS REALYN F. ARCA JENNIELYN A. ARGALLON JADE MARIA LUISA A. BALABA ERLYN SHANE F. VILLANUEVA GERALD B. ESPIRITU FRANCY A. FACUN EDCEL DC. ABINSAY

Municipal Political Parties

1. LAKAS NUCD 2. PDP/LABAN 3. Nationalista Party 4. Liberal Party 5. Independent 6. KBL 7. People's Reform Party 8. LDP 9. PMP

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Political Personalities 1. Hon Mayor Peter Lim Lakas NUCD

Majority of the elected officals in Zambales led

by Governor Hermogenes

Ebdane Jr and Congressman Antonio Diaz belong to the LAKAS NUCD, the ruling political party. However, there had been political in-fighting,maneuverings and shifts of loyalty among the PDP/LABAN and LAKAS NUCD members as a result of the long existing feud between the Deloso faction and Magsaysay' clan which is believed to have evolved as a result of political interests and ambitions. Religious Sector Personalities Roman Catholic Church Rev. Fr Daniel Presto United Methodiest Church Pastor Gilbert Atrero Mormons President Narciso Obispo Seventh Day Adventist Bro Santos Mojica Holy Bible Baptist Pastor Herminio Flores Philippine Independent Church Rev. Fr Wilfredo Claro Jr. Iglesia Ni Kristo Bro. Abraham Adora Universal Divine Church Cardinal George Roque Assembly of God Pastor Mariano Pelayan

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CHAPTER V
A. SUMMARY

San Narciso is one of the most peaceful town in Zambales. There are no reported insurgency for the past years. CTs and other lawless elements in AOR could not have possibly proven in the past that the people could not be easily swayed into embracing an "alternative government" as being propounded by the insurgents. Criminal syndicates, likewise, are not in any manner emboldened to ply their wares in this

municipality because the people essentially are genuinely concerned to support the duly constituted authorities in the preservation of law and order.

The municipal government has formulated goals to improve and sustain the delivery of essential services to the citizenry and to harness the municipalitys

unlimited natural resources including tourism and the fishing industry. Said inputs if and when maximized to the best interests of the community will usher in a

stable government and a much improved socio-economic and political profile that could bring about the extinction of all threats to peace and order.

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