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Appended Tables

Summary of Accomplishment i-iv

Introduction 1

Highlights of Performance 2

A. Land Tenure Improvement 2


1. Land Acquisition and Distribution 2
2. Leasehold Operation 7
3. Other LTI Services 8
b. Redocumentation of DNYD lands 8
c. Subdivision of Collective CLOA 9
a. Installation of Uninstalled ARBs 9

B. Agrarian Justice Delivery 10


1. Agrarian Legal Assistance 10
2. Adjudication of Cases 11

C. Program Beneficiaries Development 11


1. Social Infrastructure and Local Capability Building (SILCAB) 11
2. Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED) 13
3. Access Facilitation and Access Enhancement (AFAE) Services 17
4. Support Services for Rural Women 18
5. Support Services for Landowners 19
6. Programang Agraryo Iskolar (PAI) 19

D. Support to Operations 19
1. Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM) 19
2. Policy and Research Studies 22
3. Formulation of Implementing Guidelines 28
4. Managing the Publics 32
5. Managing the Bureaucracy 34
APPENDED TABLES
TABLE
NO. TITLE
1 Accomplishment on Survey Projects, By Region, In Hectares (Jan-Dec 2010)
1a Accomplishment on Survey Projects, By Province, In Hectares (Jan-Dec 2010)
1b Cumulative Accomplishment on Land Survey, By Funding Year, In Hectares (As of Dec 2010)

2 Claimfolders Transmitted by DAR to LBP, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


2a Claimfolders Transmitted by DAR to LBP, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)

3 Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Land Type/Mode of Acquisition, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


3a Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Land Type/Mode of Acquisition, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
3b Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Land Type/Mode of Acquisition, By Region (1972- Dec 2010)
3c Land Distribution Accomplishment, By Land Type/Mode of Acquisition, By Province (1972- Dec 2010)

4 Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


4a Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
4b Accomplishment in Leasehold Operations, By Region (1964- Dec 2010)

5 Status of Redocumentation of DNYD lands, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


5a Status of Redocumentation of DNYD lands, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
5b Status of Redocumentation of DNYD lands, By Region (As of Dec 2010)
5c Status of Redocumentation of DNYD lands, By Province (As of Dec 2010)

6 Status of CY 2010-Funded Survey Projects of Collective CLOA, By Province, In Hectares (Jan-Dec 2010)
6a Status of Survey Projects of Collective CLOAs, By Province, In Hectares (As of Dec 2010)
6b Redocumentation of Collective CLOA, By Province, In Hectares (Jan-Dec 2010)

7 Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


7a Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
7b Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Region (As of Dec 2010)
7c Installation of uninstalled ARBs, By Province (As of Dec 2010)

8 Accomplishment in Agrarian Legal Assistance (ALA), By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


8a Accomplishment in Agrarian Legal Assistance (ALA), By Region (As of Dec 2010)
8b Ageing of Pending ALI Cases, By Region (As of Dec 2010)
8c Ageing of Pending Judicial/Court Cases, By Region (As of Dec 2010)
8d Ageing of Pending Quasi-Judicial Cases, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

9 Accomplishment in Adjudication of Agrarian Cases, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


9a Accomplishment in Adjudication of Agrarian Cases, By Region (1988-Dec 2010)
9b Ageing of Pending DARAB Cases, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

10 Number of ARCs Confirmed and ARBs Covered, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


10a Number of ARCs, By Year, By Region (As of Dec 2010)
10b Number of ARC Clusters Confirmed by NARCTF, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
10c Summary of National ARC Connectivity Clusters, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

11 Number of ARBs Trained, By Region (As of Dec 2010)


11a Number of ARBs Trained, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
TABLE
NO. TITLE
12 Status of Organizations in the ARCs, By Province (As of Dec 2010)
12a Number of New ARB Members in Organizations/Cooperatives, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)

13 Complementary Support Services to the ARBs Outside the ARCs, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)

14 Accomplishment in the Promotion of the Development of Lands for Agribusiness, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
14a Accomplishment in the Promotion of the Development of Lands for Agribusiness, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
14b Accomplishment in the Promotion of the Development of Lands for Agribusiness, By Region (2008-Dec 2010)

15 Accomplishment in the Development of Gender-Responsive Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises, By Region


(Jan-Dec 2010)
15a Accomplishment in the Development of Gender-Responsive Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises, By Province
(Jan-Dec 2010)
15b Accomplishment in Gender-Responsive Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises, By Region (2004-Dec 2010)

16 Accomplishment in the Provision of Marketing Assistance, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


16a Accomplishment in the Provision of Marketing Assistance, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
16b Accomplishment in the Provision of Marketing Assistance, By Region (1995-Dec 2010)

17 Provision of Gender-Responsive and Socialized Credit and Microfinance Assistance, By Region


(Jan-Dec 2010)
17a Provision of Gender-Responsive and Socialized Credit and Microfinance Assistance, By Province
(Jan-Dec 2010)
17b Provision of Gender-Responsive and Socialized Credit and Microfinance Assistance, By Category,
By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
17c Provision of Gender-Responsive and Socialized Credit and Microfinance Assistance, By Category,
By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
17d Provision of Gender-Responsive and Socialized Credit and Microfinance Assistance, By Region
(As of Dec 2010)

18 Accomplishment in the Maintenance of KFCs, By Region (As of Dec 2010)


18a Accomplishment in the Maintenance of KFCs, By Province (As of Dec 2010)

19 Accomplishment in Job Generation from the Implementation of Various Projects, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
19a Accomplishment in Job Generation from the Implementation of Various Projects, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
19b Accomplishment in Job Generation from the Implementation of Various Projects, By Region (2004-Dec 2010)

20 Completed Physical Infrastructure Projects, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


20a Summary Status of Infrastructure Projects, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

21 Completed Basic Social Services Facilities, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


21a Completed Basic Social Services Facilities, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

22 Accomplishment in Greater Medicare Access Sa Bayan-Anihan, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


22a Accomplishment in Greater Medicare Access Sa Bayan-Anihan, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
22b Accomplishment in Greater Medicare Access Sa Bayan-Anihan, By Region (As of Dec 2010)

23 Status of Foreign Resource Mobilization (As of Dec 2010)


23a Ongoing Foreign-Assisted Projects (As of Dec 2010)
24 Support Services for Rural Women, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
24a Support Services for Rural Women, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
TABLE
NO. TITLE
25 Support Services for Landowners, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
25a Support Services for Landowners, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)

26 Programang Agraryo Iskolar, By Region (As of Dec 2010)


26a Programang Agraryo Iskolar, By Province (As of Dec 2010)

27 Trainings Conducted and Attended By DAR Personnel, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)


27a Trainings Conducted and Attended By DAR Personnel, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
27b Trainings Conducted By DAR Personnel, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
27c Trainings Conducted By DAR Personnel, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
27d Trainings Attended By DAR Personnel, By Region (Jan-Dec 2010)
27e Trainings Attended By DAR Personnel, By Province (Jan-Dec 2010)
DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM
SUMMARY OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
January to December 2010

A. Land Tenure Improvement

● Distributed 107,180 hectares of private and government-owned agricultural


lands bringing to 4.273 million hectares, the total lands distributed by DAR
benefiting 2.495 million ARBs since 1972

● Placed under leasehold arrangement 12,933 hectares of agricultural lands


securing the tenurial status of 6,152 ARBs in ARC and Non-ARC areas. The
aggregate area covered now under leasehold is 1.711 million hectares
benefiting 1.202 million tenant-farmers

● Redocumented a total of 2,978 hectares of DNYD lands for subsequent


payment of landowners’ compensation by the LBP

● Approved survey plans of 15,260 hectares of landholdings covered by


Collective CLOAs

● Installed 3,678 uninstalled ARBs in 4,581 hectares of agricultural lands

B. Agrarian Justice Delivery

● Submitted for Decision/Disposed/Resolved 67,894 cases under the agrarian


legal assistance program involving judicial, quasi-judicial, and agrarian law
implementation cases

● Resolved 19,409 agrarian cases under the adjudication process

C. Program Beneficiaries Development

● Confirmed 2,149 ARCs as of EO December 2010

● Trained 136,260 ARBs on various courses in LTI, Support to Social


Infrastructure and Local Capability Building, Sustainable Area-Based Rural
Enterprise, and Support to Basic Social System Development

● Provided interventions to 6,317 organizations with total membership of


834,492, enabling them to operate and manage their farm, non-farm and off-
farm enterprises

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● Provided complementary support services to 74,039 ARBs outside of the


ARCs

● Facilitated the preparation of 182 agribusiness plans for 66,146 hectares of


agricultural lands

● Developed 544 products and services of which 265 were launched in


commercial markets

● Facilitated the signing of 1,375 marketing contracts between agri-business


firms and farmers’ organizations in ARC and Non-ARC areas which
generated negotiated sales amounting to PhP1,390,696,020

● Provided loan assistance amounting to PhP4.114 billion to 303,738 ARBs as


of December 2010

● Facilitated access to extension services benefiting 106,256 ARBs and Non-


ARBs through the maintenance of 97 KALAHI Farmers’ Centers, a one-stop
center for support services as of December 2010

● Generated a total of 102,741 jobs. Of these, some 39,035 jobs are from agri-
business enterprise, 16,270 jobs from micro, small and medium enterprises
(MSMEs), 26,799 jobs from the development of new lands, and 16,583 jobs
from physical infrastructure projects both FAPs and ARF

● Facilitated the completion of the following physical infrastructure projects, to


wit:

 171 irrigation systems with a service area of 18,471 hectares


 961 farm-to-market roads with a length of 2,809 kilometers
 287 units of pre- and post-harvest facilities
 111 bridges with a length of 3,167 linear meters

● Facilitated the provision of the following basic social services facilities, to wit:

 118 health centers and 355 classrooms constructed and rehabilitated


 539 potable water supply systems installed
 145 power supply projects completed

● Enrolled 130,942 ARBs/ARB Households in PHILHEALTH and other health


care providers

● Implemented as of end of CY 2010, 61 projects with a total investment of


Php76.647 billion

● Granted Programang Agraryo Iscolar (PAI) to 3,941 deserving dependents of


ARBs. Actual enrollees during the school year totaled 1,073

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D. Support to Operations

 Conducted three (3) research and policy studies: (1) completed In-House
Study entitled “An Assessment of the Implementation of Stock Distribution
Option (SDO) and the Status of the Farmworker-Beneficiaries”, (1)
completed commissioned research study entitled “A Comprehensive
Study on the Appropriate Economically Viable Land Size by Type of Crop
and Land Category under Varying Bio-Climatic Zones and Technological
Conditions”, and (1) ongoing commissioned research study entitled
“Revisiting the Implementation of the Agribusiness Venture Arrangements
(AVAs) Between the Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries and the Investors”

 Issued three (4) Administrative Orders, to wit: a) Administrative Order No.


1, Series of 2010 – Rules and Regulations on Valuation of Landowners
Compensation Involving Tenanted Rice and Corn Lands under PD No. 27
and EO No. 228; b) Administrative Order No. 2, Series of 2010 – Audit
Agenda of the Internal Audit Service (IAS) for CY2010; c) Administrative
Order No. 3, Series of 2010 - Implementing Rules and Regulations on the
Provision of Agricultural Support to and Liberalization of Access to Credit by
Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries under Republic Act 9700; and d)
Administrative Order No. 4, Series of 2010 – Amendment to
Administrative Order No. 2, Series of 2009 on the Installation of Agrarian
Reform Beneficiaries with Registered Certificate of Landownership Award
(CLOA)

 Issued nine (9) Memorandum Circulars, to wit: a) Memorandum Circular No.


1, Series of 2010 – Amending Certain Provisions of M.C. No. 3, Series of
2007 Re: Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of DAR Environmental
Management Program; b) Memorandum Circular No. 2, Series of 2010 –
Amendments to M.C. No. 5, Series of 2007 Re: Guidelines and Procedures
for the Disposal/Lease of Foreclosed Properties/Assets; c) Memorandum
Circular No. 3, Series of 2010 – DAR Operational Directives for CY2010; d)
Memorandum Circular No. 4, Series of 2010 – Standard Operating
Procedure (SOP) on the Implementation of the Programang Agraryo Iskolar;
e) Memorandum Circular No. 5, Series of 2010 - Updated Guidelines on
Formation, Organization, Operationalization and Strengthening of Barangay
Agrarian Reform Council (BARC); f) Memorandum Circular No. 6, Series of
2010 - Clarificatory guidelines on the transitory provisions of DAR
Administrative Order No.2, Series of 2009; g) Memorandum Circular No. 7,
Series of 2010 – Rules and Policies on Gifts and Benefits; h) Memorandum
Circular No. 8 Series of 2010 – Guidelines in the Treatment Use & Updating
of the PARC ExeCom-Approved CARPER Land Acquisition and Distribution
(LAD) balance; and i) Memorandum Circular No. 9, Series of 2010 –
Clarificatory Guidelines on the Conduct of ARC Level of Development
Assessment (ALDA) for CY 2010

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● Served 17,721 walk-in clients by the Public Assistance and Complaints


Coordinating Unit (PACCU)

● Facilitated the resolution of 111 flashpoint cases by the Quick Response


Operation Units

● Conducted and attended 101 and 51 training classes, respectively. Training


classes conducted by DAR were participated by 2,926 attendees, whereas,
training classes outside of the Department were attended by 198 DAR
personnel

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ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
January to December 2010

INTRODUCTION
The events of CY 2010 are highlighted by the national Presidential elections in May
and its effect on the whole government bureaucracy. This occasion is an important
milestone in Philippine politics as it ushers in new blood that could bring change to
the country. The clamor for good governance and better quality of life was best
expressed when more than 13 million Filipinos elected Senator Benigno Simeon C.
Aquino III as the 15th President of the Philippines. With his banner slogan “Kung
Walang Corrupt, Walang Mahirap.”, the Aquino administration defined the
development agenda of the nation for the next six years.

As for the DAR bureaucracy, the first semester of the year was focused on gearing
up for the full implementation of Republic Act 9700 otherwise known as the CARP
Extension with Reforms (CARPER) law. Most of the activities during this period
delved on the formulation of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRRs) and
crafting of plans and programs to cover the period 2010-2014. The reportorial
requirements of the comprehensive inventory system of farmlands; comprehensive
study on land size appropriate for each type of crop; and consolidated data of all
irrigable lands and their location nationwide, among others, are still in progress
while performance monitoring of program indicators is continuously undertaken.

Also during the period, the Department held the CY 2010 National Mid-Year
Performance Review to assess program accomplishments and the sectors’
compliance to the directives in the past six months. It was also a venue to resolve
and thresh out problems, issues, needs and concerns in the implementation of
CARPER.

The second half of the year saw the appointment by President Aquino of former
Undersecretary Virgilio de los Reyes as the new DAR Secretary. The new
leadership brought to fore new thrusts and directions that will facilitate program
implementation given the program timeline and resources available. With this end
in mind, the DAR reviewed its policies and strategies to make these responsive to
the pressing needs and concerns of the program.

Among the strategies which were strengthened is the National Convergence


Initiative, a collaborative undertaking of the DAR with the Department of Agriculture
(DA) and Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The three
Departments issued Joint Memorandum Circular No. 1, Series of 2010 entitled
“Policy and Implementation Framework for the Enhanced National Convergence
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Initiative among DA, DAR and DENR.” The convergence strategy seeks to improve
governance and maximize use of resources and is a calculated response to the
fragmented delivery of agriculture and rural development services towards. It shall
be implemented through: enhancing institutional efficiencies; b) expanding
opportunities for agro-enterprise and agribusiness development; and c) achieving
spatial integration. 1

Also cognizant of the crucial role of the field personnel in the service delivery
process, the Secretary directed all the Provincial Agrarian Reform Officers (PAROs)
to prepare their CY 2011 Operational and Strategic Plans. The Regional Directors,
on the one hand, were directed to formulate their own Regional Management Plans.
The bottom-up approach shall establish the programs and activities to be
undertaken at the field level considering the peculiar situation in their respective
areas of jurisdiction. The consolidation of these plans shall present the overview of
the imperatives for DAR for CY 2011 onwards to accomplish the targets set under
the CARPER law.

Performance-wise, sector accomplishments for the year are modest considering that
efforts were focused on start-up activities in the run up to the full implementation of
the CARPER.

HIGHLIGHTS OF PERFORMANCE
The accomplishments presented herein are an account of the DAR’s performance in
the three Major Final Outputs (MFOs), to wit: Land Tenure Improvement (LTI),
Agrarian Justice Delivery (AJD) and Program Beneficiaries Development (PBD).
The report gives a concise and factual summary of the DAR’s performance in every
program under each MFO.

A. Land Tenure Improvement (LTI)

This involves land transfer and non-land transfer schemes to secure the tenurial
status of the farmers and farmworkers in the lands they till and is implemented
either through the land acquisition and distribution (LAD) program or leasehold
operations. The LAD program is implemented through the redistribution of
private and government-owned agricultural lands to agrarian reform beneficiaries
(ARBs). Leasehold operations, on the other hand, is implemented through the
preparation and registration of leasehold contracts between landowners and
tenant-tillers in all agricultural lands in retained areas and yet to be acquired for
distribution.

Other LTI services are also undertaken by the DAR. These are second
generation issues arising from program implementation which DAR is vigorously
trying to resolve. These are:

1 Joint DA-DAR-DENR Memorandum Circular No. 1, Series of 2010.

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● Re-documentation of Distributed but no yet Documented (DNYD) OLT and


GFI Lands;
● Subdivision and Re-documentation of Collective CLOAs; and
● Installation of Uninstalled ARBs.

1. Land Acquisition and Distribution (LAD)

1.1 Land Survey

For the Period (Tables 1 and 1a)

For the period January to December 2010, a total of 163,696 hectares


of agricultural lands were moduled for survey. Further, the DAR has
completed the survey plans of 92,160 hectares during the year and
these are now in the process of verification and approval by the Land
Management Sector of the Department of Environment and Natural
Resources (LMS-DENR). The LMS-DENR during the year has
approved the survey plans of 102,645 hectares.

It should be noted that the aforementioned performance in land survey


include landholdings that were funded during the previous years. It is
for this reason that performance rates are not applicable and are not
reflected since the survey targets for the year cover only new
landholdings. For purposes of appropriate comparisons, the
accomplishments were disaggregated as to funded for the year and
funded during the previous years.

 Funded for the Year

For CY 2010, the funded target for land survey was 197,857 hectares.
These are new F ig . 1 L a n d Su r ve y
(S u r ve y R e tu r n s T ra n sm itta l a n d A p p ro va l
lands identified (A R EA I N H E C TA R ES )
J a n u a ry – D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 0
for acquisition and
distribution in
6 1 ,2 6 8
7 9,702

2010. Of these, 25,00 0

130,793 hectares 20,00 0

15,00 0
or 66 percent were 10,00 0 77 %
moduled for 5,00 0
survey. Of the total 0
S R s T R A N S MI TT E D T O L M S S R s AP P R OV E D B Y LM S

area moduled for


survey, 79,702
hectares or 61
percent were surveyed and the corresponding survey plans were
transmitted to LMS-DENR. The LMS-DENR subsequently approved
the survey plans of 61,268 hectares (77 percent).

Taking the end-result--survey plans approved by the LMS-DENR--- as


a parameter for the performance in land survey, the overall

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performance rate of the DAR for survey would stand at a “modest” 31


percent.

Figure 1 shows the comparative performance in approval of survey


plans vis-à-vis transmittal.

 Funded During the Previous Years

In addition, the DAR was also able to place in module 32,903 hectares
of agricultural lands and survey 12,458 hectares and transmit the
survey plans of the same to LMS-DENR for approval. These lands
were funded prior to 2010 but were only moduled and surveyed during
the period under review. The LMS-DENR has also approved survey
plans of 22,943 hectares of lands funded during the previous years.

Cumulative Accomplishment as of December 2010 (Table 1b)

As of December 2010, the DAR has so far moduled 2,504,943


hectares. Of these, survey plans covering 2,316,164 hectares or 92
percent have been transmitted to LMS-DENR for approval. The LMS-
DENR, on the one hand, has so far approved survey plans covering
1,939,217 hectares or 84 percent of the area covered by survey plans
already transmitted by DAR.

1.2 Claimfolders (CFs) Processing For Landowners’ Compensation


(Tables 2 and 2a)

A total of 1,152 CFs covering 9,365 hectares of private agricultural


lands were processed by DAR during the period under review. The
same were transmitted to the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) for
valuation and subsequent payment of landowners’ compensation. The
bulk of these compensable lands are planted to coconut, corn,
vegetables and mixed crops and rice and sugarcane (Figure 2).

In terms of Fig. 2 Accomplishment in Claimfolder s(CFs) Processing


absolute volume of By Crop
January – December 2010
lands covered,
Region VII (1,883 CROP
AREA
(IN HECTARES)
%
SHARE
hectares), Region
VI (1,796  RICE 818.89 8.74
hectares), ARMM  CORN 1,088.82 11.62
(1,271 hectares),  BANANA 28.34 0.30
 SUGARCANE 736.50 7.86
Region IV-A (1,000  COCONUT 2,834.27 30.26
hectares), Region  VEGETABLES, RUBBER, PINEAPPLE, 1,191.02 12.71
V (965 hectares), ORCHARD, MIXED CROPS
 OTHERS *_/ 2,667.68 28.48
and Region IV-B TOTAL 9,365.52 100
(621 hectares) *_/ These are yet tobe segregated by type of crop.
topped all other TOTAL NUMBER OFCLAI MFOLDERS = 1,152

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regions. These six regions have a combined accomplishment of 7,536


hectares accounting for 80 percent of the total area covered by CFs
transmitted to LBP.

For CY 2010, the Department performed better in CFs processing---


exceeding last year’s accomplishment by 4,176 hectares or 80
percent higher than last year’s performance.

1.3 Land Distribution (Tables 3, 3a, 3b and 3c)

For the Period

The Department is picking-up its momentum in implementing land


distribution. DAR’s accomplishment in land distribution showed a
remarkable increase of over 80% compared to last year’s
accomplishment of 59,495 hectares.

During the year, DAR distributed a total of 107,180 hectares of private


and government lands found to be suited for agricultural uses to
63,298 ARBs. This accomplishment is equivalent to 54% of the
200,000-hectare LAD target for the year.

The area distributed during the period under review comprised 45,018
hectares (42%) private agricultural lands (PAL) and 62,162 hectares
(58%) non-PAL, i.e., settlements lands, landed estates and
government-owned lands (Figure 3).

Figure 3
DAR’s LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT (Area in hectares)
January to December 2010

GFI CA LAND TYPE/MODE AREA DISTRIBUTED %


VOS 6,185
756 OF ACQUISITION (HA) SHARE
6,994 6% VLT
1%
7% 26,567 PAL 45,018 42
25% OLT 4,517 4
GFI 756 1
OLT VOS 6,994 7
4,517 CA 6,185 6
4% VLT 26,567 25
Non-PAL 62,162 58
SETT 18,699 17
LES 70 0
GOL/KKK 43,393 40
TOTAL 107,180 100

GOL/KKK
41,810 SETTLEMENTS
40% 18,699
LANDED ESTATES 17%
70
0%
BY LAND TYPE/MODE OF ACQUISITION

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Bulk of the lands distributed are government-owned lands (43,393


hectares) and lands distributed through the voluntary land transfer
(VLT) scheme (26,567 hectares) 2 accounting for 40% and 25% of the
total area distributed during the year, respectively.

Almost 50% of the total area distributed during the year come from
Region XII (24,040 hectares), CARAGA (11,984 hectares), Region X
(9,399 hectares), and Region V (8,091 hectares). Aggregately, these
four regions distributed 53,514 hectares, or 50% of the 107,180
hectares distributed.

In terms of performance vis-à-vis targets, two regions, CARAGA and


Region XII, exceeded their targets for the year. CARAGA delivered
122% (11,984 hectares) of its 9,832-hectare target, while Region XII
accomplished 102% (24,040 hectares) out of its 23,463-hectare target.

Other details on regional disaggregation of lands distributed during


the year are presented below (Figure 4).

Figure 4
DAR’s LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT (Area in hectares)
January to December 2010

TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP BALANCE NO. OF


REGION CY 2010 (DISTRIBUTED) ARBs
(AREA IN HECTARES)

PHILIPPINES 200,000 107,180 54 92,820 63,298

CAR 7,434 2,614 35 4,820 1,530


I 4,800 2,170 45 2,630 2,864
II 15,145 3,920 26 11,225 2,578
III 6,281 5,314 85 967 4,997
IV-A 7,075 4,986 70 2,089 3,428
IV-B 6,000 4,363 73 1,637 4,592
V 27,030 8,091 30 18,939 4,586
VI 21,226 5,030 24 16,196 3,542
VII 10,371 5,886 57 4,485 6,730
VIII 16,517 6,579 40 9,938 3,018
IX 8,060 5,558 69 2,502 2,604
X 11,216 9,399 84 1,817 1,897
XI 8,500 6,318 74 2,182 4,393
XII 23,463 24,040 102 (577) 9,428
CARAGA 9,832 11,984 122 (2,152) 6,659
ARMM 17,050 928 5 16,122 452

BY REGION

Cumulative Accomplishment as of December 2010

As of the end of December 2010, the total agricultural lands


distributed by DAR has already reached 4,273,203 hectares, or 83%
of the DAR’s land distribution scope of 5,153,857 hectares. So far, the
program has transformed a total of 2,494,569 landless farmers into
landowners, thus, giving them full access and control over the lands
awarded to them.

2These are lands offered under the VLT scheme prior to the enactment of RA 9700 in July 2009
and processing of which were completed only in 2010

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Of the total area distributed, 56% or 2,414,270 hectares are private


agricultural lands (PAL), while 44% or 1,858,933 hectares are
classified as Non-PAL lands. The details on the area distributed in
terms of land type/mode of acquisition are presented in Figure 5.

Figure 5
DAR’s LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT (Area in hectares)
1972 to December 2010

LAND TYPE/MODE AREA DISTRIBUTED % GFI


OLT 167,244
OF ACQUISITION (HA) SHARE
579,328 4%
VOS
PAL 2,414,270 56 14% 614,385
OLT 579,328 14
14%
GFI 167,244 4
VOS 614,385 14 CA
CA 292,752 7 292,752
VLT 760,561 18 7%
Non-PAL 1,858,933 44
SETT 767,270 18
LES 81,158 2
GOL/KKK 1,010,506 24
TOTAL 4,273,203 100

GOL/KKK
1,010,506
24%
VLT
760,561
LANDED ESTATES 18%
SETTLEMENTS
81,158
2% 767,270
18%

BY LAND TYPE/MODE OF ACQUISITION

The biggest area of lands distributed are in Region XII (507,189


hectares – 12% ), Region VIII (423,184 hectares – 10%), Region III
(408,639 hectares – 10%), Region VI (377,271 hectares – 9%), and
Region II (349,390 hectares – 8%). The combined area distributed by
these five regions stands at 2,065,672 hectares or 48% of the
cumulative area distributed of 4,273,203 hectares.

Meanwhile, the Department is exerting all efforts to further improve the


implementation of land acquisition and distribution. Among the
interventions being implemented are as follows:

 enhancement of database management on CARPable


landholdings, including installation of a by-landholding monitoring
system; and
 prioritization of resolution of cases involving lands to be distributed.

2. Leasehold Operation (Tables 4, 4a and 4b)

For CY 2010, a total of 12,933 hectares of tenanted retained lands and yet to
be acquired and distributed lands were placed under leasehold. Of these,
5,323 hectares or 47 percent are in ARC areas while 5,989 hectares (53
percent) are in non-ARC areas. Leasehold contracts for these lands were
registered benefiting a total of 6,152 tenant-tillers.

The accomplishment is equivalent to 75 percent and 77 percent of the targets


for the year of 17,312 hectares and 7,948 tenant-tillers, respectively.

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Region V (2,181 hectares) placed the largest area under leasehold, followed
by Region IX (1,854 hectares), Region XII (1,523 hectares), Region X (1,369
hectares), and Region VIII (1,267 hectares).

In terms of area covered vis-à-vis targets, nine regions exceeded their


targets. These are Region II (209 percent), Region VI (199 percent), Region
III (191 percent), Region IV-A (149 percent), Region IV-B (127 percent),
CARAGA (126 percent), Region XI (105 percent), Region IX (103 percent),
and Region VII (102 percent).

As of the end of CY 2010, a total of 1,711,274 hectares have been placed


under leasehold benefiting 1,202,805 tenant-tillers.

Fig. 6 shows the DAR’s accomplishment in leasehold for January to


December 2010.

Fig. 6 Accomplishment in Leasehold Operation


(AREA IN HECTARES and NO. OF ARBs)
January – December 2010

AREA IN HECTARES NO. OF ARBs

18,000 14,000
16,000 75% 12,000
14,000
10,000 77%
12,000
10,000 8,000
8,000 17,312
6,000
6,000 12,933
4,000 7,948
4,000 6,152
2,000
2,000
0 0
TARGET ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMP

3. Other LTI Services

3.1 Redocumentation of Distributed but Not Yet Documented (DNYD)


Lands (Tables 5, 5a, 5b and 5c)

These are rice and corn lands under the Operation Land Transfer (OLT)
Program and GFI lands which were distributed even before the
landowners have been compensated. For OLT lands, this is largely due to
the previous policy of distributing these lands even if the landowners’
compensation claims are still being processed by the DAR and LBP. For
GFI lands, EO 407 provides for their distribution even prior to the payment
of landowners’ compensation.

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For 2010, the DAR has redocumented 2,978 hectares of DNYD lands. Of
these, 1,081 hectares or 36 percent are OLT lands and 1,897 hectares or
64 percent are GFI lands. The accomplishment has increased the total
number of DNYD lands redocumented to 46,252 hectares which is 35
percent of the total magnitude of DNYD lands of 130,943 hectares 3 . As
of to date, a total of 84,691 hectares of DNYD lands have yet to be
redocumented.

3.2 Subdivision of Collective CLOA (Tables 6, 6a and 6b)

DAR subdivides landholdings which are co-owned by ARBs in


accordance with their actual occupancy, provided that it does not exceed
three hectares. Landholdings collectively owned by ARB organizations
and/or cooperatives may, at the option of the members, be subdivided
provided that the subdivision shall be more economically feasible.

For the period under review, DAR moduled for survey a total of 60,054
hectares covered by Collective CLOAs. Of these, 31,192 hectares or 52
percent have been completed and forwarded for review and approval by
LMS-DENR, survey plans of 15,260 hectares of which have been
approved.

The magnitude of lands covered by Collective CLOA stands at 2,374,566


hectares 4 . Of these, 993,803 hectares or 42 percent are covered by
titles issued to farmers’ organizations and cooperatives or are co-owned
under the VLT scheme, and therefore, not prioritized for subdivision.
This leaves DAR a net area for subdivision of 1,399,945 hectares.

As of the end of the reporting period, the DAR has so far subdivided
535,390 hectares or 38 percent of the net area for subdivision. The
performance leaves a balance of 924,343 hectares still covered by
Collective CLOAs.

3.3 Installation of Uninstalled ARBs (Tables 7, 7a, 7b, 7c)

The magnitude of uninstalled ARBs stands at 40,296 ARBs. These ARBs


are legitimate awardees in 64,631 hectares of agricultural lands but were
not able to enter and cultivate their lands due to: 1) protest on coverage;
2) landholdings have pending cases on land use conversion, exemption
and exclusion from CARP coverage; and 3) ARBs are subject of pending
cases on ARB disqualification.

3 This is net of the DNYD inventory of 134,228 hectares after 3,285 hectares of LBP-compensable lands shifted to VLT
mode.
4 The inventory is still being cleansed. There are a number of provinces where the area already

subdivided exceeds the net area for subdivision. This has resulted in a disproportionate number of
area in terms of the balance still to be subdivided by end of December 2010

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For the period under review, a total of 3,678 of ARBs prevented from
entering and tilling the lands awarded to them were finally installed by the
DAR in 4,582 hectares of agricultural lands. This accomplishment is
equivalent to 58 percent of this year’s target of 6,301 ARBs. The
accomplishment also brings the total number of hitherto uninstalled ARBs
now installed to 27,842 ARBs or 69 percent of the magnitude. These
ARBs are now freely cultivating 38,052 hectares of previously
contentious private agricultural lands. Most of the ARBs installed are in
Regions VI, VIII CARAGA and VII where resistance from landowners is
strongest.

As of end of the reporting period, the number of uninstalled ARBs still


stands at 12,454 ARBs involving 26,579 hectares. The bulk of these
uninstalled ARBs are in Regions VI (3,724), CARAGA (2,458), VII (2,128),
VIII (1,341), and V (1,206).

B. Agrarian Justice Delivery (AJD)

Agrarian Justice Delivery involves the provision of agrarian legal assistance and
adjudication of cases. Agrarian legal assistance primarily requires representation
of ARBs by a corps of DAR lawyers before judicial and quasi-judicial bodies,
provision of alternative dispute resolution services to prevent conflicts becoming
full-blown cases, and administrative resolution of agrarian law implementation
(ALI) cases. Adjudication of cases, on the one hand, involves the resolution of
agrarian-related cases by the DAR Adjudication Board or any of its salas.

1. Agrarian Legal Assistance (Tables 8, 8a, 8b, 8c and 8d)

For the year, 67,894 cases were resolved by the DAR involving 126,246
ARBs and 301,509 hectares of agricultural lands. This is a 79 percent
resolution rate against funded targets for the year. Of the total cases
resolved, 52,075 cases or 77 per cent are ALI in nature.

As of end of December 2010, a total of 629,207 cases have been resolved


by the DAR or 99 percent of the total caseload of 634,207 cases.

Ageing of Pending Cases

As of the end of the December 2010, the DAR has yet to resolve a total of
5,573 cases. This is also a 22 percent increase in the number of pending
cases compared with the 4,578 cases pending as of end of December 2009.
The pending cases consist of 2,895 ALI cases, 1,999 quasi-judicial cases and
679 judicial cases. The pending cases, however, are expected to decrease
with the full implementation of the zero-backlog or at least a 50 percent
reduction in pending cases per year policy.

It should be noted that 4,823 of these pending cases or 87 percent are less
than one year. Pending cases aged 1-5 years stand at 626 (11 percent).

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There are 124 cases involving conflicts before judicial and quasi-judicial
courts that have been pending for more than six years.

2. Adjudication of Cases (Tables 9, 9a and 9b)

For the year 2010, the DAR Adjudication Board and its salas have a total
caseload of 27,582 cases. These include the 8,878 pending cases as of end
of 2009 and the 18,704 cases received during the period under review. Of
the total caseload, 19,409 cases were resolved for a modest resolution rate of
70 percent. Compared with the funded target for the period under review of
17,000 cases, the accomplishment is equivalent to 114 percent.

The accomplishment brings to 364,944 cases the total number of cases


adjudicated as of December 2010. This accounts for 98 percent of the total
caseload of 373,117 cases.

Ageing of Pending Cases

The number of pending cases as of end of December 2010 stands at 8,173


cases. This is 705 cases lower or eight percent lower compared with the
8,878 cases pending end of 2009. Most of the cases pending are lodged at
the DAR central office and Region III and more than half (4,966 cases or 61
percent) are aged less than a year.

C. Program Beneficiaries Development (PBD)

Program Beneficiaries Development or PBD entails the delivery of a package of


support services to ARBs. These include but not limited to provision of access to
vital physical and socio-economic infrastructures, development of enterprises
and capability building.

1. Social Infrastructure and Local Capacity Building (SILCAB)

1.1 Development of Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs) (Tables 10,


10a, 10b and 10c)

A total of 27 regular ARCs and 9 Strategic ARCs (SARCs) were


confirmed during the period under review. The confirmation of these
ARCs and SARCs would provide the 21,494 ARBs in these areas the
opportunity to access a whole range of services that are expected to be
provided immediately by the DAR and other implementing agencies.

The accomplishment is 43 percent of the 75 ARC-target for the period


and brings to 2,149 the total ARCs confirmed since the strategy was first
implemented in 1993. In addition to the confirmation of the 36
ARCs/SARCs, two (2) ARCs were also expanded during the year
covering 10 additional barangays. These ARCs are: a) Cadayakan/
Bayanihan ARC in Aurora; and b) Tinglayan ARC in Kalinga.

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Likewise, 18 ARC Connectivity Clusters or ARCCs were confirmed during


the year. These 18 ARCCs are comprised of 566 and 675 ARC- and
non-ARC barangays, respectively. With their confirmation, it is
envisioned that the benefits and services accruing to the original ARCs
would trickle down to the clustered barangays. As of to date, a total of
119 ARCCs have been identified. These ARCCs cover a total of 7,925
barangays and have the potential to benefit more than a million ARBs.

In addition, development plans for ARCs are prepared to keep the


activities therein in synch with the national and local government’s
programs. During the period under review, a total of 301 ARCs prepared
their development plans for subsequent integration to the development
plans of the local government units (LGUs). To date, a total of 1,585 ARC
development plans have been integrated to the LGUs’ development
plans. These integration is expected to bring about a synchronized and
synergized delivery of services to the ARCs.

1.2 Gender Responsive Capacity Development of ARBs/ARB Organizations

 Gender Responsive Training (Tables 11 and 11a)

For CY 2010, a total of 136,260 ARBs were trained in relevant


programs aimed to build their capacity in entrepreneurial skills,
facilitate their access to capital and credit, improve the productivity of
their awarded lands and transform them into responsible members of
the agrarian community. The accomplishment is 134 percent of the
101,378 ARB-target for the year.

To date, a total of 2.82 million ARBs (service count) have undergone


various gender responsive trainings conducted by DAR and other
government and private institutions.

 ARB Membership in Organizations (Tables 12 and 12a)

As of CY 2010, there are 6,317 organizations assisted by the


Department. These organizations have a total membership of 834,492
of which 482,302 (58 percent) are ARBs. These farmers’
organizations/cooperatives already have an accumulated capital build-
up amounting to PhP2.54 billion and savings amounting to PhP1.43
billion. These organizations are now engaged in various agriculture-
based businesses---attributable mostly to the capacity building
interventions provided by the government. Their assets are now valued
at PhP18.11 billion while their combined liabilities stand at Php10.98
billion----still yielding a positive net worth of PhP7.15 billion.

Over the years, ARB membership in organizations has been increasing.


The upward trend is a testament to the effectiveness of the
organizations in accessing needed services for its members.

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1.3 Complementary Support Services to ARBs outside the ARCs (Table 13)

While DAR and other partner agencies are making an effort to expand the
reach of the ARCs through the connectivity clusters, areas that are not yet
within the ambit of the ARCs and/or not yet clustered are likewise given
complementary support services. The strategy is mostly in cognizance of
the limited resources the government has and to avoid spreading the
resources thinly across agrarian areas. From January to December
2010, 74,039 ARBs were provided with basic social services such as
trainings, credit, and membership in ARB organizations..

1. Sustainable Agribusiness and Rural Enterprise Development (SARED)

The Department implements various projects under the SARED Program.


The projects are designed to specifically create self-reliant and progressive
ARBs and eventually uplift the socio-economic well-being of rural families.

Performance for the year in selected indicators under this component shows
that an average of 164 percent were achieved vis-a-vis the targets. This
augurs well for the DAR since it shows that efforts and relevant interventions
in improving the lot of the ARBs have not been in vain.

Accomplishments in selected indicators under SARED

PARTICULAR TARGET ACCOMP %

1. No. of new lands developed for 18,443 26,799 145


agribusiness

2. No. of products & services 303 502 166


developed

3. No. of marketing contracts 706 1,304 185


facilitated with agribusiness
firms/buyers

4. No. of jobs generated out of 61,855 95,060 154


various projects implemented

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2.1 Development of lands into Agribusiness (Tables 14, 14a and 14b)

Under this program, the DAR identifies new and existing lands that can
be developed for agribusiness endeavors.

For the year under review, the Department was able to facilitate the
preparation of 182 agribusiness plans involving an aggregate of 66,146
hectares of lands. In addition, a total of 136 agribusiness ventures are
now operational or are in the start-up phase. These ventures are now
benefiting 25,296 ARBs and 1,764 non-ARBs.

Most of the new lands that are to be developed for agribusiness are in
the Mindanao region.

1.2 Development of Gender-Responsive Agri and Non-Agri Enterprises


(Tables 15, 15a and 15b)

The DAR facilitates the provision of technical assistance and provides


other relevant services to ARBs to capacitate them with skills and
knowledge towards producing quality and competitive products and
services.

During the year, a total of 544 products 5 and services were developed
nationwide equivalent to 180 percent of the target. Of these, a total of
265 products were launched in commercial markets.

In addition, there are now a total of 517 operational medium, small and
micro enterprises (MSMEs) involving 735 ARB organizations and
14,671 ARBs. The operationalization of these MSMEs is a welcome
respite for farming households since this translates to availability of
more services and products in the market.

1.3 Marketing Assistance Program (Tables 16, 16a and 16b)

The Department continuously implements this program in an effort to


strengthen linkages between ARBs with various agribusiness firms
and buyers. It aims to improve the marketability of ARBs products and
its competitiveness in the local and global market through the provision
of various trainings such as improvement of product quality and
packaging, research and technical assistance and product promotion.
The following are the activities towards the attainment of the objectives:

a. Capability and Skills Upgrading for Program Implementer and ARBs-


activities being undertaken under this component is the provision of
necessary skills training and upgrading involving both the program

5 Involve generic products and their variants which explain the unusual high number of products developed

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implementers and the ARBs to cope with the recent demands in the
local/global market.

b. Market Information – serves as the channel in promoting agricultural


products of the ARBs through updating, publishing brochures and
articles using print-ads, T.V. and radio programs.

c. Product Development and Marketing – ensures the marketability of


the product through conduct of activities like product assessment
and packaging, and preparation marketing plans.

The Department initiates the conduct of trade fairs and exhibits in


coordination with other agencies such as LGUs, NGOs, DA and DTI as
a strategy to promote and introduce the ARB products in the market.
Fairs and exhibits are being conducted to coincide with important
program milestones, i.e., CARP law anniversary, women’s month, etc..

During the period under review, trade fairs, exhibits and other relevant
activities have resulted in the signing of 1,375 new marketing contracts
involving 600 farmers’ organizations.

To further support the ARBs in marketing their produce, the Department


initiated the establishment of marketing centers to help the farmers
promote their products in their local and even in the global market. For
the year, a total of 73 marketing centers were established. To date, a
total of 227 marketing centers have been established nationwide.

2.4 Provision of Credit and Microfinance Assistance (Tables 17, 17a,


17b, 17c and 17d)

The provision of agri-credit and microfinance assistance is vital in


providing ARBs with the financial muscle to venture into projects and
other enterprises.

During the period under review, a total of 823 organizations were able
to avail of PhP1.205 billion in agri-credit and microfinance. These
monies are now invested in 23,367 projects and enterprises and
benefiting 70,121 ARBs.

The bulk of accomplishment comes from Region III, with a total amount
of PhP181.17 million accessed by ARB organizations which funded
4,599 projects benefiting 6,135 ARBs. Region XI follows with a total
amount of PhP162.07 million to finance 3,501 projects benefiting 2,653
ARBs and Region IV-B with a total amount of PhP154.300 million
availed by 5,130 ARBs for 2,823 projects.

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2.5 KALAHI Farmers’ Center (KFC) (Tables 18 and 18a )

Through KFCs, the DAR endeavors to contribute to the creation of a


comprehensive foundation for sustainable agriculture modernization
through forging of agreements with partner LGUs, the academe and
NGOS. The centers are established either at the provincial or sub-
regional level which aim to rationalize, integrate and institutionalize the
provision of agricultural extension services and technology promotion to
improve productivity and income of farmers.

As of December 2010, 97 KFCs have been established nationwide. Of


these, 51 are now functional and are now serving as extension centers
for learning, harnessing and exchange of knowledge, skills and behavior
between and among beneficiaries and rural development practitioners.
These KFCs have so far assisted 72,623 ARBs and 33,633 non-ARBs in
areas of technology adoption, improvement of farming skills, etc. Most of
these functional KFCs are located in Regions IV-A, V, VI and VIII where
there is at least one functional KFC per province.

These KFCs are maintained in partnership with state colleges and


universities and other organizations such as NGOs, information
technology centers, research institutions, and LGUs.

2.6 Job Generation (Tables 19, 19a and 19b)

The Department pursues programs and projects that would create jobs
and employ and utilize manpower in the rural areas. This is the DAR’s
humble contribution in alleviating poverty. Jobs are generated mostly
from activities involving establishment of rural enterprises,
development of lands for agribusiness, and physical infrastructure.
During the year, a total of 102,741 jobs were generated by the
Department, to wit:

 Agribusiness and other enterprises - 56,004 jobs


 New lands developed for agribusiness - 26,799 jobs
 Physical infrastructure - 16,583 jobs
 Others 6 - 3,355 jobs

6 No available breakdown as to source of jobs

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3. Access Facilitation and Access Enhancement (AFAE) Services

The Department in partnership with the other CARP implementing agencies,


local government units and foreign donors facilitates the provision of rural
infrastructure facilities and other services in the countryside to boost ARBs’
farm productivity and increase their income.

3.1 Provision of Physical Infrastructure (Both Locally-Funded and


Foreign-Assisted Projects) (Tables 20 and 20a)

The Department continues to fast track the implementation of


infrastructure projects to enhance the delivery of support services in the
countryside. In coordination with other CARP Implementing Agencies,
the Department facilitates the construction of major projects such as
irrigation systems, farm-to-market roads, bridge, post-harvest-facilities,
etc.. The Department also joins hands with the Local Government Units
with their infrastructure programs and taps their resources to expand the
sphere of services.

For CY 2010, the Department facilitated the construction of 1,464


projects in the Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs). These projects
include: a) 171 irrigation systems with a total service area of 18,471
hectares; b) 961 farm-to-market roads with total length of 2,809
kilometers; c) 111 bridges with 3,167 linear meters; d) 94 pre-and-post-
harvest facilities with 287 units; and e) 127 multi-purpose pavements
with a total area of 45,211 square meters.

As of December 2010, a total of 9,738 infrastructure projects have been


completed in 2,149 ARCs. These projects are broken down as follows:
a) 1,096 irrigation systems (206,091 hectares); b) 7,674 farm-to-market
roads (16,426 kilometers); c) 298 bridges (14,131 linear meters); d) 543
pre-and-post-harvest facilities (745 units); e) and 127 multi-purpose
pavements (45,211 square meters).

3.2 Provision of Basic Social Services (Tables 21, 21a, 22, 22a and 22b)

This program promotes the provision of social services in the rural areas
such as health services, potable water and power supply, etc.. These
services are intended to supplement the support services provided by the
DAR and other implementing agencies and are envisioned to reach the
greatest number of ARB households. During the year, the DAR facilitated
the provision of social services to 87,306 households in the ARCs
nationwide. These projects are: a) 118 units of health centers; b) 539
units of potable water supply; c) 355 classrooms; d) and 145 power
supply projects. These services are now benefiting thousands of ARB
and non-ARB households in the countryside.

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It should also be noted that DAR facilitates the accessing of health care
services to ARBs through the DAR Agraryong Pangkalusugan or DAR-AP
(formerly known as the Greater Medicare Access Sa Bayan-Anihan). For
the period under review, 130,942 ARBs were enrolled with PhilHealth and
other health care providers. As of the end of December 2010, a total of
1,305,864 ARBs (service count) have accessed health care services.

4. Foreign Resource Mobilization (Tables 23 and 23a)

The Philippines like most developing countries has long relied on Overseas
Development Assistance (ODA) or foreign aid to augment scarce resources
to finance economic growth in the country. Generally, ODA to the Philippines
is classified into two categories. First is the Grant Assistance, a financial aid
given freely by the foreign countries/institutions. Second is the Concessional
Loans, these are debts extended by the foreign countries/institutions to their
recipients with lower interest rates, have longer term, and extended grace
period.

Since 1992, the Department through the Foreign-Assisted Projects Office


(FAPSO) has managed to tap a total of PhP57.404 billion from foreign
countries/institutions. Of the total amount, PhP51.233 billion or 89 percent
are in the form of loans and PhP6.171 billion or 11 percent are grants. The
government’s counterpart for the said programs totaled to PhP19.243 billion.

As of December 2010, there are 61 projects implemented by the Department


with a total investment of PhP76.647 billion. Of the total projects, 54 have
been completed (PhP37.795 billion), while seven projects (PhP38.852 billion)
are still ongoing. Projects still for implementation as of the end of 2010
implementation stand at 20 with investment requirements of PhP41.368
billion.

5. Support Services for Rural Women (Tables 24 and 24a)

The DAR has endeavored to provide equitable support services to rural


women. These include their access to agricultural credit, marketing facilities
and livelihood opportunities. It is in this regard that the DAR has initiated the
establishment of Women’s Desks in each municipality all over the country.
These would be responsible for formulating and implementing programs and
activities that would protect and promote women’s rights, and would also
serve as venues to address their grievances.

For CY 2010, a total of 690 women’s desks have been established


nationwide. These desks have so far served the interest of 16,917 rural
women.

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6. Support Services for Landowners (Tables 25 and 25a)

Section 16 of R.A. 9700 stipulates that support services for landowners


should also be provided. Landowners affected by CARP and prior agrarian
reform programs shall be provided support services such as investment
information, financial and counseling assistance, marketing of agrarian
reform bonds, schemes for the conversion or exchange of bonds and other
services designed to productively utilize the proceeds of the sale of lands.

To this end, landowners’ desks have been established. A total of 3,533


landowners have so far been served.

7. Programang Agraryo Iskolar (PAI) (Tables 26 and 26a)

PAI, formerly known as the President Diosdado Macapagal Agrarian


Scholarship Program or PDMASP is another support services delivery
program implemented by DAR in partnership with state colleges and
universities. The program provides scholarship grants to deserving children,
grandchildren and wards of ARBs, who in are expected to manage or help in
managing the lands awarded to their ascendants.

For SY 2010-2011, a total of 1,073 grantees were enrolled in different state


colleges and universities. This brings to 3,941 the total number of deserving
children and/or wards of ARBs already granted scholarships under the
program. Of these, 1,791 grantees or 45 percent have already graduated
from different colleges and universities nationwide.

D. Support to Operations

1. Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM)

The DAR’s Public Relations Information and Social Marketing (PRISM)


program aims to intensify public’s knowledge on CARP as the government’s
social justice program to alleviate poverty and spur rural economic
development. It seeks to educate, build alliance and strengthen linkages
among its stakeholders utilizing the three forms of media: print, broadcast
and cyber-media.

For CY 2010, DAR’s public relations and social marketing activities were
focused on clarifying issues on the Hacienda Luisita disseminating the salient
features of R.A. No. 9700 also known as the CARP Extension Law while
continuously informing the public on the milestones and events of the
program.

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1.1 Print Media

 Media Releases

DAR makes use of the printed media as one of its conduits in


disseminating information about the Department and CARP. From
January to September, the Public Affairs Staff (PAS) was able to
publish a total of 220 news stories, 10 advertorials and 19 photo
releases.

News stories that were published pertained to the isuues on the


contested compromise deal between the Hacienda Luisita
management and the farmers, DAR’s optimistic view to attain the
200,000-hectare land distribution target and the rash of support
services given to farmer beneficiaries to enhance their productivity.

During the year, two advertorials entitled “CARP Spurs Productivity”


and “Agrarian Reform, A Lasting Legacy” were released. The
former highlighted DAR’s resource mobilization program with the
testimony of FB Luxmie Auxillo while the latter presented CARP’s
legacy of improving farmers’ lives and spurring productivity in the
countryside through the years and the passing of the agrarian torch
from President Diosdado Macapagal to President Benigno Aquino III.

To maintain a good image and relationship with the public and media,
DAR takes cognizance of the comments and observations posed
against it. PAS addresses these concerns by responding to it squarely
or holding a press conference, if necessary.

 DAR Publications

The DAR produces printed materials which help the public to better
understand and appreciate CARP. These materials are regularly
requested by students and other walk-in researchers alike for their
information needs. Among these are: Republic Act Nos. 9700, 6657,
6389 and 3844, Primer on DAR and CARP. PAS also publishes
DyaryoDAR, the Department’s newsletter which caters to the
information needs of the DAR employees and Landmarks, a
magazine-type reading material which features various aspects of the
Philippine countryside to contextualize the environment through which
CARP is being implemented. DyaryoDAR is released bi-monthly while
Landmarks is produced on a quarterly basis. For CY 2010, DAR
distributed a total of 46,498 informational materials nationwide.

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1.2 Broadcast Media

DAR maximizes the role of broadcast media via TV and radio guestings
of the DAR Secretary and its officials and through production of CARP
and DAR press materials for broadcast.

During the year, DAR Secretaries Nasser C. Pangandaman and Virgilio


de los Reyes, and other DAR officials guested in nine (9) radio and nine
(9) TV programs discussing the CARP Updates, CARP Budget, 9th
Agraryo Trade Fair, Hacienda Luisita, DAR Hunger Mitigation Project,
Programang Agraryo Iskolar and Climate Change. These broadcast
media stations were: DZEC, DZMM, DZRB, DZRJ, DWDD, DZRM,
DWIZ, NBN-4, IBC-13 and ANC 23. Also during the period, DAR
facilitated the airing of 88 radio and 53 TV CARP-related releases
prepared by PAS.

1.3 Special Projects

For the year, three (3) campus orientations on the Comprehensive


Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) were held in Pangasinan State
University (Urdaneta City, Pangasinan), De La Salle University
(Dasmariñas, Cavite) and Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State
University (Rosario, La Union). The activity aims to inform college
students on the program and projects available for farmers and the agri-
business potential in ARCs.

Moreover, PAS exhibited the winning art works of the 2nd Mural Painting
Contest held in May at the DAR lobby and during the Agraryo Trade Fair
at SM Megamall. Photo exhibits depicting DAR’s accomplishments were
also mounted during an inter-agency forum entitled “High Level Dialogue
on Compelling Reasons for Passing a National Land Use Policy” at the
Hyatt Hotel on November 24, 2010.

1.4 Communication Research

The PAS monitors all CARP related articles and commentaries,


agricultural and other related issues in broadsheets, tabloids and TV and
radio news programs daily to supplement the information needs of the
DAR personnel. For the period under review, 1,108 agrarian related
news items in print media while 69 TV and 146 radio related issues were
monitored by the PAS monitoring team. The news items are compiled
and distributed to all offices of the DAR Central Office.

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1.5 Cyber-Media

The DAR is now accessible to the world wide web through its website:
www.dar.gov.ph. The site features important facts, news and updates on
DAR and CARP, program profile, directory of officials, success stories
and other information. The public may also send their queries and
comments to info@dar.gov.ph.

1.6 Communication Networking

At the field level, PRISM activities are extensively conducted by the


Provincial and Regional Information Officers (P/RIOs). They have
replicated public relations and social marketing work at the community
level and have been instrumental in forwarding valuable information from
the field. From January to December, the information officers, aside from
their regular functions, also came up with special activities that would stir
up the public’s interest on CARP. Among these include: Campus
Orientation on R.A. 9700, Pasyal Bukid, Installation of DAR’s Women’s
Desk, and project turn-over and ground breaking.

2. Policy and Research Studies

Policy and research studies are undertaken to provide the DAR management
empirical data and information on CARP implementation at the community
level. Results of these are used as inputs for planning and policy formulation
purposes.

For CY 2010, the Department through the Policy and Strategic Research
Service (PSRS) has conducted three research and policy studies. Two
studies comprised of one in-house and one commissioned were completed
during the period under review, while one in-house research commenced
during the year. These are:

 Completed In-House Study

An Assessment of the Implementation of Stock Distribution Option


(SDO) and the Status of the Farmworker-Beneficiaries (FWBs)

The study aims to assess the implementation of the SDO plans and how
they have affected the socio-economic welfare of the farmworker
beneficiaries (FWBs). Specifically, it aims to:

 Determine the actual status of the implementation of approved SDO


plans;
 Determine the extent of compliance of the corporations with the terms
and conditions of the SDO plans and the Memorandum of Agreement
(MOA) between the FWBs and the corporations;

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 Assess whether the socio-economic conditions of FWBs have


improved through the benefits derived from SDO implementation in
terms of the following: receipt of dividends earned as stockholders,
availment of production of profit shares, acquisition of homelots, other
fringe benefits offered by the corporations, and involvement of the
FWBs in the decision-making process of the corporation;
 Determine the actual status and socio-economic conditions of FWBs in
the corporation which has ceased in the implementation of its SDO
plan;
 Document the dynamics of the shift from SDO by one of the
corporations under SDO to Voluntary Offer to Sell (VOS) and compare
the present socio-economic condition of FWBs with their previous
condition under SDO;
 Determine the perceptions of the FWBs on CARP in general, and on
the implementation of SDO in particular;
 Identify problems and issues in the implementation of SDO; and
 Recommend measures for policy and/or program adjustments.

1. The study used the case study approach. It covered 13 out of the 14
corporations with approved SDO Plans by the PARC. It excluded
Hacienda Luisita, Inc. (HLI) since it filed a case at the Supreme Court
questioning the revocation of its SDO Plan by the PARC. Out of the 13
corporations covered by the study, 11 have been continuously
implementing their SDO Plans up to the time the study was conducted.
However, six of the aforementioned 11 corporations have already
merged into one juridical corporation. These are as follow:

a. Arsenio Al. Acuna Agricultural Corporation (AAAC) in Bgy. Burgos,


Cadiz, Negros Occidental (Sugarcane)
b. Archie Fishpond, Inc., in Bgy. Luna Cadiz, Negros Occidental
(Sugarcane)
c. Elenita Agricultural Development Corporation in Bgy. Burgos,
Cadiz, Negros Occidental (Sugarcane)
d. Maria Clara Marine Ventures, Inc., in Bago City, Negros Occidental
(Sugarcane)
e. Palma-Kabankalan Agricultural Corporation, in Ilog, Negros
Occidental (Sugarcane)
f. Tabigue Marine Ventures, Inc., in E.B. Magalona, Negros
Occidental (Sugarcane)

The merger was approved by the Securities and Exchange


Commission (SEC) in May 1992, with the six corporations adopting the
name Arsenio Al. Acuna Agricultural Corporation for the merged
corporation. To determine the distinct features of each corporation, the
six corporations which were merged into one juridical corporation were
individually subjected into a case study.

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2. The other five corporations that have been continuously implementing


their SDO Plan are:

a. Ledesma Hermanos Agricultural Corporation (LHAC) in Hacienda


Fortun, Bgy. Buluangan, La Carlota, Negros Occidental
(Sugarcane)
b. Negros Industrial By-Product and Processing, Inc. now Najalin
Agro-Ventures, Inc. (NAVI) in Bgy. Nagasi, La Carlota, Negros
Occidental (Sugarcane)
c. SVJ Farms, Inc. (SVJFI) in Bgy. Concepcion, Talisay, Negros
Occidental (Sugarcane)
d. Hernandez Sugar Plantation, Inc. (HSPI) in Dingle, Iloilo City
(Sugarcane)
e. Asia Agro-Industrial Enterprises, Inc. (AAIEI) in Sitio San Jose,
Bgy. Lanao, Don Marcelino, Davao del Sur (Coconut)

3. On the other hand, the two corporations which did not implement and
had ceased SDO implementation but were included in the conduct of
the study are the Sycip Plantation, Inc. (SPI) in Manjuyod, Negros
Oriental (Sugarcane) and Wuthrich Hermanos, Inc. (WHI) in Hacienda
Sto. Tomas, Bgy. Buenavista, Calavatra, Negros Occidental
(Sugarcane).

The WHI included in the study primarily to determine the actual status
and socio-economic conditions of FWBs who are supposed to benefit
from SDO implementation. On the one hand, since SPI offered its
land under the Voluntary Offer to Sell (VOS) scheme after six years of
implementing SDO, it is deemed necessary to document the dynamics
of the shift from SDO to Voluntary Offer to Sell (VOS) by the
corporation.

4. The study used primary and secondary data. Focus Group


Discussions (FGDs) were supposed to be conducted with the board
members/officers of the SDO corporations and selected sample FWBs
and their organizations. However, while FGDs were successfully
conducted with selected FWBs, and their organizations, if there is any,
it is only AAIEI among the 13 SDO corporations where its President,
board members and officers participated in the FGD.

5. To substantiate the primary data gathered through FGDs and


interviews, and for purposes of gathering additional information, key
informant interviews were also conducted.

6. Secondary data were gathered from the PARC Secretariat, DAR


Central, Provincial and Municipal Offices, and SDO corporations.

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7. The results of the research presented the following:

a. Status of Stock Distribution Option Implementation;


b. Status of the Compliance by the Corporations with the Terms and
Conditions of the SDO Plan and the Memorandum of Agreement
(MOA)
c. The Dynamics of the Shift from SDO Implementation to Voluntary
Offer to Sell (VOS)
d. Status of the Farmworker-Beneficiaries (FWBs)
e. Socio-economic Conditions of the Farmworker-Beneficiaries
(FWBs)
f. Perceptions of the Farmworker-Beneficiaries on SDO
Implementation
g. Problems and Issues in SDO Implementation

 Completed Commissioned Research Study

A Comprehensive Study on the Appropriate Economically Viable


Land Size by Type of Crop and Land Category under Varying Bio-
Climatic Zones and Technological Conditions

1. The study was undertaken pursuant to one of the amendments of the


Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (R.A. 6657) under R.A. No.
9700 that directs the Department of Agrarian Reform to conduct a
comprehensive study on land size appropriate for each type of crop
and shall submit the same to Congress for a possible review of land
sizes.

2. The study was commissioned by the DAR to Brain Trust, Inc. which
officially commenced on January 15, 2010 and is programmed to be
completed by end of July 2010.

3. The study aims to determine the economically viable land size for
agriculture that would permit the efficient use of labor and capital
resources and would optimize farm production and income under
varying bio-climatic and technological conditions.

4. Consistent with the definition of economic family-sized farm as defined


under R.A. No. 3844, the method used by the Brain Trust Research
Team in its calculation involves the following steps:

a. The calculation of target family income based on the following:


basic needs measured by the poverty line; reasonable reserves
based on the savings rate of the fourth quintile of households;
expenses for payment of land amortization approximated using the
land valuation formula under R.A. No. 6657; and real property tax
(in the case of EP/CLOA holders) using data from agricultural land
tax calculations.

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b. The calculation of net farm income per hectare by crop based on a


simple formula, i.e., by multiplying average yield per hectare by the
average price, and subtracting the average production cost per
hectare.

c. The computation of economic family-sized farm which is a simple


ratio of target family income to the net farm income per hectare or
by simply dividing the target family income by the net farm income
per hectare.

5. The rapid field appraisal (RFA) was undertaken by the Brain Trust
Research Team to generate farm-level data specifically for plantation
crops such as Cavendish banana, rubber, oil palm, sugarcane,
pineapple, coffee, mango and coconut that served as basis for
estimating farm income derived from these crops. Choice of study
sites was based on revealed comparative advantage, i.e., where a
crop is predominantly grown. The sites chosen with the corresponding
crops covered in the RFA are the following:

a. Laguna and Quezon (Coconut)


b. Zambales (Mango)
c. Negros Occidental (Sugarcane)
d. Bukidnon (Cavendish Banana and Pineapple)
e. Davao del Norte (Cavendish Banana)
f. South Cotabato (Rubber)
g. Sultan Kudarat (Coffee)
h. Agusan del Sur (Palm Oil)

 Ongoing In-House Study

Revisiting the Implementation of the Agribusiness Venture


Arrangements (AVAs) Between the Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries
and the Investors

1. This is a follow-through study which essentially aims to revisit the


implementation of AVAs to determine the changes that have
transpired in the implementation of AVAs during the last five years;.

2. The study will primarily assess the current situation of the


implementation of AVAs, i.e., in terms of development attained,
sustainability of gains achieved or retrogression.

3. The study will cover the following seven (7) cases of AVAs that were
covered by the previous PSRS in-house study in 2005, making use of
both primary and secondary data:

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a. Joint Venture Agreement: Tagdangua Development Corporation


(TAGDECOR) in Barangay Tagdangua, Pantukan, Compostela
Valley (Banana)

b. Banana Sales and Marketing Agreement: Hijo Employees Agrarian


Reform Beneficiaries Cooperative (HEARBCO 2) and Lapanday
Foods Corporation (LFC) in Barangay Madaum, Tagum City,
Davao del Norte (Banana)

c. Banana Production and Purchase Agreement: DAPCO United


Small Growers Multipurpose Cooperative (DUSGROW MPC) and
Dole Philippines, Inc.-Stanfilco in Barangay DAPCO, Panabo City,
Davao del Norte (Banana)

d. Production and Purchase Agreement: Kenram Agrarian Reform


Beneficiaries (ARBs) Multipurpose Cooperative (KARBEMPCO)
and Mapantig Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) Multipurpose
Cooperative (MAPARBEMPCO) and Kenram Industrial
Development Incorporated (KIDI) in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat (Oil
Palm)

e. Lease Rental Arrangement: NGPI and NGEI Multipurpose


Cooperatives and Filipinas Palm Oil Plantation, Inc. in San
Francisco and Rosario, Agusan del Sur (Oil Palm)

f. Lease Agreement: The 60 Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs)


and An Investor in Barangay Balabag, La Carlota City, Negros
Occidental (Sugarcane)

g. Development Contract (Pineapple) and Land Use Management


(Banana) Agreement: ARB Members of the CARABAO Farmers
Cooperative (CFC) and Del Monte Philippines, Inc. (DMPI) and
Skyland, Dole Philippines, Incorporation in Barangay Cawayan,
Impasug-ong, Bukidnon

4. As of December 2010, the research team conducted field data


gathering through Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and Key
Informant Interviews (KIs) in the following four (4) case study sites:

a. Barangay Tagdangua, Pantukan, Compostela Valley


b. Barangay Madaum, Tagum, Davao del Norte
c. Barangay DAPCO, Panabo City, Davao del Norte
d. Barangay Kenram, Isulan, Sultan Kudarat
e. Barangay Mapantig, Isulan, Sultan Kudarat

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3. Formulation of Implementing Guidelines

The Department formulates implementing guidelines to operationalize the


provisions of R.A. No. 9700, 6657 and other agrarian laws. It also continually
conducts policy and systems review to respond to issues and concerns
arising from CARP implementation to bring about a more effective and
efficient delivery of services to the stakeholders.

From January to December 2010, DAR issued thirteen (13) guidelines


comprised of four (4) administrative orders and nine (9) memorandum
circulars mostly operationalizing the provisions of the CARP Extension Law.
Among the pertinent issuances include: DAR’s operational directives for
CY2010, land valuation guidelines, audit agenda for CY2010, disposition of
foreclosed properties, agrarian reform scholars and BARC formation,
organization and operationalization.

3.1 Administrative Orders

 Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2010 – Rules and


Regulations on Valuation of Landowners Compensation Involving
Tenanted Rice and Corn Lands under PD No. 27 and EO No. 228

This guideline governs the valuation of landowners’ compensation


involving tenanted rice and corn lands under Presidential Decree 27
and Executive Order 228 pursuant to Section 5 of R.A. 9700. It
covers lands already distributed by DAR to farmer-beneficiaries
where documentation and/or valuation is/are not yet complete, PD
27/EO 228 claims with Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) where
the land valuation is being challenged by the landowner and those
OLT lands falling under Phase 1 of RA 9700. (Rice and Corn lands
under PD 27)

 Administrative Order No. 2, Series of 2010 – Audit Agenda of the


Internal Audit Service (IAS) for CY2010

The administrative order was issued to synchronize the activities of


IAS in line with the Department’s effort for the extension of the CARP
implementation and pursuant to Republic Act 9700 and A.O. 70
dated 14 April 2003, M.C. 2004-04 dated March 22, 2004 and DAR
A.O. No. 3, Series of 2005. It enumerates the activities to be
undertaken by the office for CY 2010 based on the said legal
mandates. These are:

 Property and Management Compliance Audit (GMC 01, Series


of 2006)
 Audit on the Utilization and Maintenance of Vehicles
 Audit on DARAB Accomplishment for CY 2007-2009
 2009 Operations and Performance Audit

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 Audit on Land Use Conversion Applications (1st and 2nd


Semester 2008)
 Audit on Agrarian Law Implementation Cases (1st and 2nd
Semester 2009)
 MC 16, Series of 2003 Judicial Form Inventory Compliance
Audit
 Cash Advance (Systems and Procedures Control Audit)
 Audit on the Management and Operation of the DAR Multi-
Purpose Gymnasium, Official’s Lounge, Guest House and HRD
Center/Dormitory per MC 1, Series of 2006
 Special Audit Assignments as called upon by the Secretary,
Regional Directors and Provincial Agrarian Reform Officers

 Administrative Order No. 3, Series of 2010 - Implementing Rules


and Regulations on the Provision of Agricultural Support to and
Liberalization of Access to Credit by Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries
under Republic Act 9700

This A.O. was issued pursuant to Section 14 of Republic Act No.


9700 which mandates DAR to implement new programs and expand
existing ones to continuously provide farmers and farmworkers with
the opportunity to enhance their dignity and improve their quality of
lives through greater productivity of agricultural lands. It governs the
delivery of support services to ARBs specifically, the provision of
agricultural support as initial capitalization for new ARBs and the
delivery of socialized credit for existing ARBs. It establishes the two
credit programs provided under RA 9700, namely: the Agricultural
Production Support Program and the Socialized and Microcredit
Finance Program.

 Administrative Order No. 4, Series of 2010 – Amendment to


Administrative Order No. 2, Series of 2009 on the Installation of
Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries with Registered Certificate of
Landownership Award (CLOA)

The administrative order amends Item IV.G.2. of A.O. No. 2, Series


of 2009 regarding the installation of ARBs and emphasizes the
responsibility of DAR to ensure that ARBs are in full possession and
effective control of the lands awarded to them.

3.2 Memorandum Circulars

 Memorandum Circular No. 1, Series of 2010 – Amending Certain


Provisions of M.C. No. 3, Series of 2007 Re: Implementing Rules and
Regulations (IRR) of DAR Environmental Management Program

The memorandum amends the composition of the DAR


Environmental Management Program Steering Committee (SC) and
Technical Working Group (TWG) members in consonance with the

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mandate of Republic Act 8749 entitled “The Clean Air Act of 1999”
and the objectives of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of
2000 (R.A. 9003) and to dovetail with the principles and policies of
the CARP Extension with Reforms Law (R.A. 9700).

 Memorandum Circular No. 2, Series of 2010 – Amendments to


M.C. No. 5, Series of 2007 Re: Guidelines and Procedures for the
Disposal/Lease of Foreclosed Properties/Assets

This circular amends certain provisions of M.C. No. 5, Series of 2007


regarding the disposal/lease of foreclosed properties/assets. The
amendment includes voluntarily surrendered properties in the
coverage of the guidelines; designates the Acquired Asset Disposal
Committee (ADCOM) to dispose of said assets subject to the
approval by the Task Force Collection; and requires the prior
approval of the Asset Management Team-Central in all cases of
disposal in addition to the signature of the AMT-P (Provincial
Agrarian Reform Officer II) for contracts to sell with contract price of
P300,000 and below and of the Secretary for contracts above
P300,000 .

 Memorandum Circular No. 3, Series of 2010 – DAR Operational


Directives for CY2010

This memorandum circular enumerates the operational directives of


the Department for CY 2010 which shall serve as the road map for
the three major programs of CARP, namely: LTI, AJD and PBD.

 Memorandum Circular No. 4, Series of 2010 – Standard Operating


Procedure (SOP) on the Implementation of the Programang Agraryo
Iskolar

The MC lays down the policies, support systems and structures to


effectively institutionalize the implementation and operationalization
of the Programang Agraryo Iskolar of the Department. It provides the
criteria, process and courses eligible for enrolment and other
information needed to avail of the scholarship offered to qualified
children of ARBs.

 Memorandum Circular No. 5, Series of 2010 - Updated Guidelines


on Formation, Organization, Operationalization and Strengthening of
Barangay Agrarian Reform Council (BARC)

The memorandum circular is pursuant to Section 2 of RA 9700


recognizing the critical role of the Barangay Agrarian Reform
Committees (BARCs) in CARP implementation. It aims to guide DAR
provincial and municipal offices and other key players in providing
assistance and support to the communities in
organizing/reorganizing, capability building and strengthening the
BARCs in barangay/areas: a) which are included under the 5-year

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phasing of LAD as stipulated in RA 9700; b) where most of the areas


are agricultural in land use and zoning; and c) that are already
urbanized but there are still awarded lands or farmers under the
leasehold arrangement or lands to be covered under the CARP.

 Memorandum Circular No. 6, Series of 2010 - Clarificatory


guidelines on the transitory provisions of DAR Administrative Order
No.2, Series of 2009

The circular clarifies certain policies mentioned in the transitory


provision of A.O. No. 2, Series of 2009 entitled “Rules and
Procedures governing the Acquisition and Distribution of agricultural
lands under Republic Act (R.A.) No. 6657, as amended by R.A. No.
9700” specifically on landowner’s retention, three-hectare award
ceiling of ARBs and the deadline for the submission of ARB
Masterlist.

 Memorandum Circular No. 7, Series of 2010 – Rules and Policies


on Gifts and Benefits

This guideline was issued to regulate the solicitation, acceptance of


gifts and benefits and to provide guidance to all DAR officials and
employees on the issue of solicitation, receiving or being offered gifts
or benefits. Consistent with the effort of the National Government to
create a graft-free bureaucracy, it aims to ensure that all DAR
officials and employees are not influenced in the performance of their
duties and are not perceived to be unduly influenced by offers of any
gift or benefit.

It applies to all DAR officials at the Central and Field Offices including
the DAR Adjudication Board regardless of their employment status in
addition to other prohibitions on solicitation and receipt of gifts and
benefits imposed under existing laws, rules and regulations.

 Memorandum Circular No. 8 Series of 2010 – Guidelines in the


Treatment Use & Updating of the PARC ExeCom-Approved
CARPER Land Acquisition and Distribution (LAD) balance

The memorandum circular lays down the framework and standard


procedure in the use, treatment, and updating of the CARPER LAD
balance. It redefines the manner of derivation of the LAD balance
from the reference (baseline) mark and taking stock of the by-
products of the land acquisition and distribution process for
development planning at the local level (ARC/ARC clusters).

 Memorandum Circular No. 9, Series of 2010 – Clarificatory


Guidelines on the Conduct of ARC Level of Development
Assessment (ALDA) for CY 2010

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The circular clarifies certain provisions of previous ALDA guidelines


in response to some concerns which arise from the conduct of
ALDA. It explains the submission dates of ALDA processed data and
narrative report and classifies the organizations in the ARCs which
will be subjected to organizational assessment.

4. MANAGING THE PUBLICS

4.1 Public Assistance and Complaints Coordinating Unit (PACCU)

The PACCU is a service desk set up by the Special Concerns Staff


(SCS) which caters to walk-in clients of DAR seeking audience with the
Office of the Secretary regarding a particular issue or concern. The unit
provides legal advice, information on CARP, referrals to concerned DAR
bureaus/offices or other agencies to clients needs. Regional and
provincial PACCU desks are also found in the field offices.

For the CY2010, a total of 17,721 clients were served by the PACCUs
nationwide. Of the given figure, 706 (4%) clients were served at the
DAR Central Office while 17,015 (96%) were assisted at the regional
and provincial PACCU desks. Common issues, needs and concerns
involve request for documents, personal assistance and queries about
agrarian reform implementation (ALI) cases and cases lodged at the
DARAB.

4.2 Quick Response Operations (QRO)

The QRO was established to provide a mechanism to facilitate the


resolution of cases as well as promptly address agrarian disputes and
issues. It is also a means to minimize undue concentration of cases
elevated to the DAR central office particularly at the Office of the
Secretary. The task is lodged with the SCS which assists and
administers the concerns of the clients. The cases received by the SCS
are classified into flashpoint, special and regular cases. The
classification enables the DAR to prioritize the case especially when it
involves highly contentious lands. Action documents such as
memoranda, referrals, endorsement letters to concerned DAR offices or
other agencies/institutions are prepared to facilitate the resolution.

As of December 31, 2010, a total of 280 cases (both ALI and DARAB)
had been certified as flashpoint or urgent cases, out of which, 111 cases
had been resolved. At the DARAB Central Office (DARABCO), 15
flashpoint cases and 96 urgent cases have been resolved. At present,
there are 32 flashpoint cases pending at DARABCO and 8 cases at the
PARAD level.

Dialogue-consultations, ocular inspection/field investigation, media-


conference, alternative dispute resolution and action planning/case
conferences are also being conducted to help resolve the cases the

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soonest possible time. As of December 31, 2010, SCS handled 74


dialogues with different non-government and farmers’ organizations,
and civil society organizations.

4.3 Public Correspondence Management

The SCS receives and responds to letter-queries, inquiries, complaints


and other correspondence/communication from the Office of the
President through the Presidential Action Center (PACE), the Civil
Service Commission through its Public Assistance Unit, Office of the
Senate and House of Representatives, other Government Agencies,
private institutions and individuals as indorsed by the Office of the
Secretary. For the year 2010, the SCS received and replied to a total of
2,748 letters, memoranda, endorsements and other forms of
communication.

5. Managing the Bureaucracy

5.1 Adoption of the Integrity Development Action Plan (IDAP)

Taking cognizance of the fact that a “Public office is a Public trust“, DAR
aims to serve its clients with utmost integrity, competence and
accountability. Managing the bureaucracy is one of the means to equip
DAR personnel with such values, skills and knowledge required in public
service. Through Memorandum Circular No. 6, Series of 2008, the
Department affirmed its commitment to aggressively pursue good
governance, corruption prevention and integrity initiatives in all DAR
offices and operational units nationwide, with the aim of improving
DAR’s internal systems as well as enhancing public perception of the
Agency.

Pursuant to this, DAR has implemented the Integrity Development


Action Plan (IDAP), a national anti-corruption strategy framework of the
executive branch of government to counter corruption through integrity
development and good governance. The plan is composed of 22 anti-
corruption measures clustered in four strategies, namely: Prevention,
Education, Investigation and Enforcement (Deterrence) and Strategic
Partnership.

The DAR, through a Memorandum of Agreement with the Presidential


Anti-Graft Commission (PAGC), has been one of the IDAP-compliant
agencies since 2005 shall submit its monthly progress report on the
IDAP to PAGC. Corollary to this, an Integrity Development Committee
has been established at the DAR Central Office with counterparts at the
regional and provincial offices to monitor the implementation the
Integrity Development Review (IDR) Project.

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Department of Agrarian Reform CY 2010 Accomplishment Report

For CY 2010, the following are the accomplishments of the IDC:

 Issued the IAS Audit Agenda for CY 2010 through A.O. No. 2, Series
of 2010;
 Conducted orientations on the following: Ehem Seminars, IDR, IDAP,
and DAR Code of Conduct and Anti-Red Tape Act to the officials
and employees of the DAR central and field offices;
 Drafted and facilitated the issuance of Memorandum Circular No. 5,
Series of 2010 on Updated Guidelines on Formation, Organization,
Operationalization and Strengthening of Barangay Agrarian Reform
Council (BARC) and Memorandum Circular No. 7, Series of 2010,
Re: Issuance of Rules and Policies on Gifts and Benefits;
 Linked DAR website with other CARP Implementing agencies such as
NIA, DA, DTI, DENR, LBP, DPWH and DOLE; and
 Reconstituted the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), Technical
Working Group and BAC Secretariat

5.2 Human Resource Development (Tables 27, 27a, 27b, 27c, 27d and 27e)

The DAR continues to provide its personnel relevant trainings primarily


to create a capacitated human resource that is up to the challenge of the
times. With the enactment of RA 9700, the DAR is obliged to re-skill its
personnel specifically to adapt to the changing policy and operations
environment.

The DAR has conducted a total of 101 training programs nationwide as


part of personnel training. These were attended by 2,926 participants
(service count). There were also 51 other trainings conducted by other
agencies attended by a total of 198 DAR employees. This brings to 152
the total number of classes attended by a total of 3,112 (service count)
DAR personnel.

Ten foreign scholarship grants were also deliberated and approved by


the DAR Scholarship Committee during the year. Such programs
include: Diversified Farming Practices Using Participatory Approaches
on Food Security and Safety, International training Programme on Geo-
Informatics Applications in Rural Development for Sharing Innovative
and Best Practices, International Training Programme on Management
of Rural Drinking and Sanitation, Entrepreneurial Management,
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Promotion. Seven (7) of the
grantees are from the DAR field offices, while three (3) are from the
Central Office.

A total of eight applicants for local scholarship were also approved


during the year.

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Table 1
ACCOMPLISHMENT ON SURVEY PROJECTS, BY REGION, IN HECTARES
January to December 2010

2010 FUNDED PREVIOUS YEARS FUNDED (1993-2009) TOTAL


CY 2010 SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA)
REGION / PROVINCE TARGET MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS
(ASP IN HA) (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON-
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE

PHILIPPINES 197,857 130,793 79,702 48,797 12,472 61,268 32,903 12,458 21,003 1,940 22,943 163,696 92,160 78,232 24,413 102,645

CAR 7,024 1,842 1,695 - 1,393 1,393 112 59 580 - 580 1,954 1,755 580 1,695 2,276
I 4,800 258 258 4 88 92 74 120 376 - 376 333 378 417 218 635
II 15,145 5,233 5,233 95 2,899 2,995 6,212 1,713 3,146 58 3,203 11,445 6,946 3,305 5,132 8,437
III 6,281 4,747 1,337 59 711 769 19 1,127 1,071 64 1,135 4,766 2,464 1,170 1,302 2,472
IV - A 7,075 4,708 1,220 - 811 811 854 1,423 1,406 57 1,462 5,562 2,643 1,422 1,260 2,682
IV - B 4,267 2,683 1,026 - 846 846 845 575 277 18 294 3,528 1,602 277 1,044 1,321
V 27,030 1,781 274 18 - 18 2,157 1,899 2,040 193 2,233 3,938 2,172 2,213 294 2,507
VI 21,226 15,047 1,817 290 143 433 1,931 1,342 2,652 642 3,295 16,977 3,159 3,309 1,803 5,112
VII 10,371 11,268 8,130 6,125 - 6,125 19 195 1,182 895 2,077 11,288 8,325 9,311 895 10,206
VIII 16,517 12,512 4,903 1,064 1,954 3,018 1,943 1,579 2,987 - 2,987 14,455 6,482 4,102 3,788 7,890
IX 8,060 4,512 3,348 801 67 869 521 1,312 1,636 - 1,636 5,033 4,660 4,470 513 4,983
X 11,216 10,208 4,565 2,101 1,235 3,336 - 421 859 7 866 10,208 4,986 3,747 1,684 5,431
XI 8,500 7,439 2,357 797 - 797 56 166 1,869 - 1,869 7,494 2,523 4,226 - 4,226
XII 23,463 22,910 22,420 22,219 - 22,219 5,406 506 615 - 615 28,316 22,926 23,035 - 23,035
CARAGA 9,832 15,279 15,145 14,330 - 14,330 - 21 273 7 280 15,279 15,165 15,418 7 15,425
ARMM 17,050 10,364 5,974 893 2,324
, 3,217 12,755 - 34 - 34 23,119 5,974 1,231 4,777 6,008

SOURCES:
Target : DAR 2010 Work Plan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report - Bureau of Land Development (BLD)
Table 1a
ACCOMPLISHMENT ON SURVEY PROJECTS, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE, IN HECTARES
January to December 2010

2010 FUNDED PREVIOUS YEARS FUNDED (1993-2009) TOTAL


CY 2010 SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA)
REGION / PROVINCE TARGET MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS
(ASP IN HA) (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON-
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE

PHILIPPINES 197,857 130,793 79,702 48,797 12,472 61,268 32,903 12,458 21,003 1,940 22,943 163,696 92,160 69,800 14,411 84,211

CAR 7,024 1,842 1,695 - 1,393 1,393 112 59 580 - 580 1,954 1,755 580 1,393 1,973
Abra - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Apayao 301 147 - - - - 12 - 16 - 16 159 - 16 - 16
Benguet 1,501 585 585 - 308 308 85 - 439 - 439 670 585 439 308 747
Ifugao 4,352 427 427 - 427 427 - - 22 - 22 427 427 22 427 450
Kalinga 600 121 121 - 95 95 15 59 103 - 103 136 180 103 95 198
Mt. Province 270 563 563 - 563 563 - - - - 563 563 - 563 563
I 4,800 258 258 4 88 92 74 120 376 - 376 333 378 380 88 469
Ilocos Norte 1,750 25 25 - - - 11 105 93 - 93 36 130 93 - 93
Ilocos Sur 610 11 11 - - - - - 5 - 5 11 11 5 - 5
La Union 1,200 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Pangasinan 1,240 222 222 4 88 92 64 15 278 - 278 286 237 282 88 370
II 15,145 5,233 5,233 95 2,899 2,995 6,212 1,713 3,146 58 3,203 11,445 6,946 3,241 2,957 6,198
Batanes - - - - - - - - 0 - 0 - - 0 - 0
Cagayan 5,260 1,937 1,937 29 206 236 2,988 1,132 1,656 36 1,692 4,925 3,069 1,685 243 1,928
Isabela 7,295 694 694 30 452 481 1,346 468 993 16 1,009 2,041 1,162 1,023 468 1,490
Nueva Vizcaya 2,500 2,532 2,532 37 2,171 2,208 1,323 113 469 6 475 3,856 2,645 506 2,177 2,683
Quirino 90 70 70 - 70 70 554 - 27 - 27 624 70 27 70 96
III 6,281 4,747 1,337 59 711 769 19 1,127 1,071 64 1,135 4,766 2,464 1,130 775 1,904
Aurora 535 449 197 - 196 196 19 82 75 0 75 468 280 75 196 271
Bataan 515 518 241 22 107 129 - 175 12 187 518 241 197 119 316
Bulacan 565 150 0 0 0 0 50 50 14 64 150 50 50 14 64
Nueva Ecija-North 1,340 1,040 275 21 74 94 341 163 7 171 1,040 616 184 81 265
Nueva Ecija-South 1,020 1,046 398 16 220 236 391 221 12 233 1,046 788 236 232 469
Pampanga 1,026 865 162 0 83 83 222 221 19 240 865 384 221 101 323
Tarlac 865 415 32 0 0 - 41 106 0 106 415 73 106 - 106
Zambales 415 265 30 0 30 30 - 60 0 60 265 30 60 30 90
IV - A 7,075 4,708 1,220 - 811 811 854 1,423 1,406 57 1,462 5,562 2,643 1,406 867 2,273
Batangas 1,077 176 - - - - 11 75 44 119 176 11 75 44 119
Cavite 406 199 - - - - 24 34 53 - 53 223 34 53 - 53
Laguna 631 16 16 - - - 36 22 16 - 16 52 38 16 - 16
Quezon I 1,846 1,384 681 - 558 558 28 128 0 128 1,384 709 128 558 686
Quezon II 2,500 2,500 364 - 94 94 794 1,210 1,030 2 1,033 3,294 1,574 1,030 97 1,127
Rizal 615 433 159 - 159 159 119 102 10 112 433 278 102 169 271
2010 FUNDED PREVIOUS YEARS FUNDED (1993-2009) TOTAL
CY 2010 SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA)
REGION / PROVINCE TARGET MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS
(ASP IN HA) (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON-
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE

IV - B 4,267 2,683 1,026 - 846 846 845 575 277 18 294 3,528 1,602 277 864 1,140
Marinduque 770 770 372 - 349 349 16 20 25 - 25 786 392 25 349 374
Occidental Mindoro 83 83 94 - 67 67 53 94 113 12 125 136 188 113 78 191
Oriental Mindoro 1,520 250 - - - - 16 123 23 3 26 266 123 23 3 26
Palawan 1,134 820 46 - 46 46 336 57 1 57 820 382 57 47 103
Romblon 760 760 514 - 384 384 760 2 59 2 61 1,520 516 59 386 445
V 27,030 1,781 274 18 - 18 2,157 1,899 2,040 193 2,233 3,938 2,172 2,058 193 2,251
Albay 4,822 - - - - - 287 439 452 24 475 287 439 452 24 475
Camarines Norte 2,737 360 41 7 - 7 586 500 366 69 435 946 541 372 69 441
Camarines Sur 7,805 12 12 12 - 12 391 681 777 42 819 403 692 789 42 831
Catanduanes 2,120 977 145 - - - 79 55 223 - 223 1,055 201 223 - 223
Masbate 5,133 294 76 - - - 425 63 52 2 54 719 139 52 2 54
Sorsogon 4,413 139 - - - - 390 161 170 56 226 529 161 170 56 226
VI 21,226 15,047 1,817 290 143 433 1,931 1,342 2,652 642 3,295 16,977 3,159 2,943 785 3,728
Aklan 374 374 - - - - - 60 36 96 374 - 60 36 96
Antique 279 199 143 128 - 128 48 153 9 162 199 191 282 9 290
Capiz 2,580 2,634 309 20 53 73 671 707 924 31 955 3,304 1,016 944 84 1,028
Guimaras 582 683 26 25 - 25 16 49 29 77 683 42 74 29 103
Iloilo 6,176 1,617 182 55 51 106 1,260 279 311 103 414 2,877 461 366 154 520
Negros Occidental 11,235 9,540 1,157 61 39 100 292 1,155 435 1,590 9,540 1,449 1,217 474 1,691
VII 10,371 11,268 8,130 6,125 - 6,125 19 195 1,182 895 2,077 11,288 8,325 7,307 895 8,201
Bohol 1,800 2,848 2,817 1,674 - 1,674 19 - 817 889 1,706 2,868 2,817 2,492 889 3,380
Cebu 3,000 5,264 4,223 4,148 - 4,148 69 76 - 76 5,264 4,293 4,224 - 4,224
Negros Oriental 5,450 3,019 1,078 303 - 303 126 289 6 295 3,019 1,204 591 6 598
Siquijor 121 138 12 - - - - - - - 138 12 - - -
VIII 16,517 12,512 4,903 1,064 1,954 3,018 1,943 1,579 2,987 - 2,987 14,455 6,482 4,052 1,954 6,005
Biliran 42 31 31 - 31 31 - - - - 31 31 - 31 31
Eastern Samar 1,774 2,572 1,742 - - - 24 369 - 369 2,572 1,765 369 - 369
Leyte 7,050 6,822 1,114 1,064 - 1,064 778 603 - 603 6,822 1,892 1,667 - 1,667
Northern Samar 3,150 239 - - - - 547 37 63 - 63 786 37 63 - 63
Western Samar 2,912 1,159 327 - 234 234 40 1,251 - 1,251 1,159 367 1,251 234 1,485
Southern Leyte 1,589 1,689 1,689 - 1,689 1,689 1,396 701 701 - 701 3,085 2,390 701 1,689 2,390
2010 FUNDED PREVIOUS YEARS FUNDED (1993-2009) TOTAL
CY 2010 SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA) SURVEY APPROVED BY LMS (HA)
REGION / PROVINCE TARGET MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS MODULED RETURNS
(ASP IN HA) (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON- (HA) TRANSMITTED CARPABLE NON-
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE TO LMS (HA) CARPABLE

IX 8,060 4,512 3,348 801 67 869 521 1,312 1,636 - 1,636 5,033 4,660 2,437 67 2,504
Zamboanga Norte 3,060 1,546 1,431 395 - 395 226 303 206 - 206 1,772 1,734 600 - 600
Zamboanga Sur 2,500 737 603 - 67 67 993 718 - 718 737 1,596 718 67 785
Zamboanga Sibugay 2,500 2,229 1,314 407 - 407 294 16 712 - 712 2,523 1,330 1,119 - 1,119
X 11,216 10,208 4,565 2,101 1,235 3,336 - 421 859 7 866 10,208 4,986 2,960 1,242 4,202
Bukidnon 4,090 4,933 2,766 571 1,235 1,806 1 396 7 403 4,933 2,767 967 1,242 2,209
Camiguin 61 30 30 - - - - - - - 30 30 - - -
Misamis Occidental 2,803 1,194 328 138 - 138 282 267 0 268 1,194 610 406 0 406
Misamis Oriental 1,813 1,551 1,440 1,391 - 1,391 47 88 - 88 1,551 1,487 1,479 - 1,479
Lanao del Norte 2,449 2,500 - - - - - 91 108 - 108 2,500 91 108 - 108
XI 8,500 7,439 2,357 797 - 797 56 166 1,869 - 1,869 7,494 2,523 2,665 - 2,665
Davao City 685 217 99 - - - - - 47 - 47 217 99 47 - 47
Davao del Norte 2,100 2,103 642 366 - 366 0 21 609 - 609 2,103 663 974 - 974
Davao del Sur 1,905 1,741 285 100 - 100 56 73 170 - 170 1,796 358 270 - 270
Davao Oriental 1,905 1,908 860 161 - 161 - 72 201 - 201 1,908 932 362 - 362
Compostela Valley 1,905 1,469 471 170 - 170 - 843 - 843 1,469 471 1,013 - 1,013
XII 23,463 22,910 22,420 22,219 - 22,219 5,406 506 615 - 615 28,316 22,926 22,834 - 22,834
North Cotabato 10,646 10,646 10,267 10,221 - 10,221 3 402 402 - 402 10,649 10,670 10,623 - 10,623
Sultan Kudarat 4,510 4,638 4,638 4,521 - 4,521 2,747 - - - - 7,386 4,638 4,521 - 4,521
South Cotabato 4,107 5,626 5,626 5,626 - 5,626 2,655 15 110 - 110 8,282 5,641 5,736 - 5,736
Sarangani 4,200 2,000 1,888 1,850 - 1,850 88 102 - 102 2,000 1,977 1,953 - 1,953
CARAGA 9,832 15,279 15,145 14,330 - 14,330 - 21 273 7 280 15,279 15,165 14,604 7 14,610
Agusan Norte 2,500 2,815 2,815 2,810 - 2,810 - - - - 2,815 2,815 2,810 - 2,810
Agusan Sur 3,257 5,500 5,365 4,740 - 4,740 15 261 7 268 5,500 5,381 5,002 7 5,008
Surigao Norte 1,075 2,060 2,060 1,893 - 1,893 6 12 - 12 2,060 2,065 1,905 - 1,905
Surigao Sur 3,000 4,771 4,771 4,754 - 4,754 - - - - 4,771 4,771 4,754 - 4,754
Dinagat Islands - 133 133 133 - 133 - - - - - 133 133 133 - 133
ARMM 17,050 10,364 5,974 893 2,324 3,217 12,755 - 34 - 34 23,119 5,974 927 2,324 3,251
Basilan 3,000 1,500 304 - - - 293 - - - - 1,793 304 - - -
Lanao del Sur 4,550 4,500 4,556 - 2,041 2,041 8,966 - - - - 13,466 4,556 - 2,041 2,041
Maguindanao 5,500 364 49 - - - 396 - 34 - 34 760 49 34 - 34
Sulu 2,000 2,000 172 - 284 284 2,600 - - - - 4,600 172 - 284 284
Tawi-Tawi 2,000 2,000 893 893 - 893 500 - - - - 2,500 893 893 - 893
SOURCES:
Target : DAR 2010 Work Plan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report - Bureau of Land Development (BLD)
Table 1b
CUMULATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENT ON LAND SURVEY PROJECT, BY FUNDING YEAR, IN HECTARES
As of December 31, 2010

SURVEY RETURNS TRANSMITTED


FUNDING YEAR MODULED APPROVED BY LMS
TO LMS

PHILIPPINES 2,504,943 2,316,164 1,939,217


2010 130,793 79,702 61,268
2009 32,825 15,461 10,653
2008 124,974 77,876 64,853
2007 123,016 95,658 75,639
2006 121,719 97,949 81,024
2005 129,520 125,302 88,754
2004 87,541 74,532 58,165
2003 70,616 64,678 45,878
2002 57,980 32,742 27,624
2001 66,889 42,236 31,156
2000 113,377 88,121 73,141
1999 111,741 97,009 71,563
1998 116,164 66,045 91,410
1997 171,590 155,707 106,321
1996 196,840 203,590 187,973
1995 328,156 374,741 316,055
1994 280,972 343,244 288,914
1993 240,231 281,571 258,827

SOURCE:
National Consolidated Land Survey Report - Bureau of Land Development (BLD)
Table 2 1_/
CLAIMFOLDERS TRANSMITTED BY DAR TO LBP, BY REGION
January to December 2010

AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA)


NO. OF BY CROP PLANTED
REGION CFs TOTAL OTHERS SUB
AREA (HA) RICE CORN BANANA SUGARCANE COCONUT MIXED TOTAL
VEGETABLES RUBBER PINEAPPLE ORCHARD
CROPS
PHILIPPINES 1,152 9,365.52 818.89 1,088.82 28.34 736.50 2,834.27 - 117.00 201.78 216.57 655.67 1,191.02
CAR - - - - - - - - - - - - -
I 117 308.47 42 - - - - - - - 5 - 5
II 15 260.97 106 142 - 13 - - - - - - -
III 72 299.00 - - - - - - - - - - -
IV-A 102 1,000.54 39 36 1 35 585 - - - - 305 305
IV-B 63 621.75 230 104 2 - 54 - - - - 233 233
V 109 965.41 140 31 - 47 748 - - - - - -
VI 259 1,796.44 129 125 9 612 30 - - - 208 - 208
VII 129 1,883.28 59 291 - - 3 - - - - 106 106
VIII - - - - - - - - - - - - -
IX 14 158.80 - 28 - - 114 - 17 - - - 17
X 31 317.86 - 32 - 18 66 - - 202 - - 202
XI - - - - - - - - - - - - -
XII 13 343.42 35 270 - 11 24 - - - 4 - 4
CARAGA 23 138.58 41 30 16 - 40 - - - - 12 12
ARMM 205 1,271.00 - - - - 1,171 - 100 - - - 100

1_/ Subject to validation.


Note: In Region I province of Pangasinan, some 261.61 hectares do not have breakdown by crop plant
In Region III, all provinces do not have breakdown by crop planted for the 299 hectares accomplishment
In Region VI province of Iloilo, some 682.85 hectares do not have breakdown by crop planted
In Region VII province of Negros Oriental, some 1,424.22 hectares do not have breakdown by crop planted
SOURCE:
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Field Reports - PS Monitoring Form-1a
Table 2a 1_/
CLAIMFOLDERS TRANSMITTED BY DAR TO LBP, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE
January to December 2010

AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA)


REGION /PROVINCE NO. OF BY CROP PLANTED
CFs TOTAL OTHERS SUB
AREA (HA) RICE CORN BANANA SUGARCANE COCONUT MIXED TOTAL
VEGETABLES RUBBER PINEAPPLE ORCHARD
CROPS
2,668 2,668
PHILIPPINES 1,152 9,365.52 818.89 1,088.82 28.34 736.50 2,834.27 - 117.00 201.78 216.57 655.67 1,191.02
CAR - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Abra - -
Apayao - -
Benguet - -
Ifugao - -
Kalinga - -
Mt. Province - -
I 117 308.47 41.81 - - - - - - - 5.05 - 5.05
Ilocos Sur - -
Ilocos Norte - -
La Union - -
Pangasinan 117 308.47 41.81 5.05 5.05
II 15 260.97 105.64 141.86 - 13.48 - - - - - - -
Batanes - -
Cagayan 2 61.94 51.17 5.15 5.62 -
Isabela 13 199.03 54.47 136.71 7.86 -
Nueva Vizcaya - -
Quirino - -
III 72 299.00 - - - - - - - - - - -
Aurora - - -
Bataan 5 40.00 -
Bulacan - - -
Nueva Ecija North 5 44.00 -
Nueva Ecija South 7 50.00 -
Pampanga 36 65.00 -
Tarlac 16 55.00 -
Zambales 3 45.00 -
-
1_/ Subject to validation.
Note: In Region I province of Pangasinan, some 261.61 hectares do not have breakdown by crop planted
In Region III, all provinces do not have breakdown by crop planted for the 299 hectares accomplishment
In Region VI province of Iloilo, some 682.85 hectares do not have breakdown by crop planted
In Region VII province of Negros Oriental, some 1,424.22 hectares do not have breakdown by crop planted
SOURCE:
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Field Reports - PS Monitoring Form-1a
AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA)
REGION /PROVINCE NO. OF BY CROP PLANTED
CFs TOTAL OTHERS SUB
AREA (HA) RICE CORN BANANA SUGARCANE COCONUT MIXED TOTAL
VEGETABLES RUBBER PINEAPPLE ORCHARD
CROPS
IV-A 102 1,000.54 38.70 35.60 1.25 35.25 584.52 - - - - 305.22 305.22
Batangas 9 70.09 - - - 35.25 34.84 -
Cavite - - - - - - - -
Laguna 12 18.63 1.88 13.53 - - - 3.22 3.22
Quezon I 20 168.70 - - - - 168.70 -
Quezon II 16 407.15 4.10 22.07 - - 380.98 -
Rizal 45 335.96 32.72 - 1.25 - - 302.00 302.00
IV-B 63 621.75 229.50 103.82 2.07 - 53.80 - - - - 232.56 232.56
Marinduque - -
Occidental Mindoro 46 191.36 191.36 -
Oriental Mindoro 16 150.00 150.00 150.00
Palawan 1 249.39 38.14 103.82 2.07 22.80 82.56 82.56
Romblon 31.00 31.00 -
V 109 965.41 139.86 31.00 - 47.00 747.54 - - - - - -
Albay 4 193.86 35.86 158.00 -
Camarines Norte 81 399.21 33.00 366.21 -
Camarines Sur 14 206.00 46.00 31.00 47.00 82.00 -
Catanduanes - - - - -
Masbate 2 52.00 25.00 27.00 -
Sorsogon 8 114.33 - 114.33 -
VI 259 1,796.44 129.45 125.13 9.39 611.68 30.43 - - - 207.51 - 207.51
Aklan 7 62.00 - 28.00 5.00 - 26.00 3.00 3.00
Antique - - - - - - - - -
Capiz 21 109.19 22.90 19.00 0.05 22.20 - 45.04 45.04
Guimaras 3 89.41 3.64 21.30 - - 4.43 60.04 60.04
Iloilo 120 682.85 - - - - - - -
Negros Occidental 108 853.00 102.92 56.83 4.34 589.48 - 99.42 99.42
VII 129 1,883.28 58.84 291.16 - - 2.67 - - - - 106.39 106.39
Bohol 43 386.11 58.84 218.21 2.67 106.39 106.39
Cebu 10 72.95 72.95 -
Negros Oriental 76 1,424.22 - -
Siquijor - - -
VIII - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Biliran - -
Eastern Samar - -
Leyte - -
Northern Samar - -
Southern Leyte - -
Western Samar - -
AREA COVERED BY CFs TRANSMITTED TO LBP (HA)
REGION /PROVINCE NO. OF BY CROP PLANTED
CFs TOTAL OTHERS SUB
AREA (HA) RICE CORN BANANA SUGARCANE COCONUT MIXED TOTAL
VEGETABLES RUBBER PINEAPPLE ORCHARD
CROPS
IX 14 158.80 - 28.20 - - 113.59 - 17.00 - - - 17.00
Zamboanga Sibugay 3 28.82 28.82 -
Zamboanga del Norte 11 129.98 28.20 84.78 17.00 17.00
Zamboanga del Sur - -
X 31 317.86 - 31.88 - 17.88 66.32 - - 201.78 - - 201.78
Bukidnon 21 241.54 21.88 17.88 201.78 201.78
Camiguin - -
Lanao Norte - -
Misamis Occidental 4 34.64 34.64 -
Misamis Oriental 6 41.68 10.00 31.68 -
XI - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Davao City - -
Davao Sur - -
Compostela Valley - -
Davao Norte - -
Davao Oriental - -
XII 13 343.42 34.57 269.69 - 11.21 23.96 - - - 4.00 - 4.00
Cotabato - -
Saranggani 7 58.64 19.48 11.21 23.96 4.00 4.00
South Cotabato - -
Sultan Kudarat 6 284.78 34.57 250.21 -
CARAGA 23 138.58 40.52 30.49 15.63 - 40.45 - - - - 11.50 11.50
Agusan Norte 14 61.08 4.50 - 4.63 40.45 11.50 11.50
Agusan Sur 7 48.50 36.02 12.49 - - - -
Surigao Norte - - - - - - - -
Surigao Sur 2 29.00 - 18.00 11.00 - - -
ARMM 205 1,271.00 - - - - 1,171.00 - 100.00 - - - 100.00
Basilan 158 158.00 58.00 100.00 100.00
Lanao Sur - -
Maguindanao - -
Sulu 47 1,113.00 1,113.00 -
Tawi-Tawi - -
Table 3
LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY REGION 1_/
(Area in Hectares and No. of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries)
January to December 2010
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES)
REGION CY 2010 vs.CY 2010 PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS BALANCE NO. OF
(HECTARES) TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL ARBS

PHILIPPINES 200,000 107,179.9199 53.59 4,516.7134 755.5357 6,994.1366 6,184.5625 26,566.8484 45,017.7966 18,698.5797 70.4390 43,393.1046 62,162.1233 92,820.0801 63,298

CAR 7,434 2,613.6339 35.16 - 0.5154 46.6717 2.0395 362.8446 412.0712 - - 2,201.5627 2,201.5627 4,820.3661 1,530
I 4,800 2,169.8731 45.21 239.9295 - 5.0472 44.3692 758.0869 1,047.4328 - - 1,122.4403 1,122.4403 2,630.1269 2,864
II 15,145 3,920.2897 25.89 249.1105 7.1064 306.5334 9.7094 909.1080 1,481.5677 16.6237 - 2,422.0983 2,438.7220 11,224.7103 2,578
III 6,281 5,313.9312 84.60 2,514.0543 116.8787 521.4717 1,086.2786 509.3099 4,747.9932 39.0127 61.3226 465.6027 565.9380 967.0688 4,997
IV-A 7,075 4,985.8461 70.47 15.8554 9.2824 436.3316 413.1724 4,096.9822 4,971.6240 5.1057 9.1164 - 14.2221 2,089.1539 3,428
IV-B 6,000 4,362.7704 72.71 43.8627 86.3934 415.9376 260.3270 1,519.1116 2,325.6323 206.0023 - 1,831.1358 2,037.1381 1,637.2296 4,592
V 27,030 8,090.9189 29.93 1,024.4173 20.3890 341.2701 891.2071 4,593.4963 6,870.7798 636.5924 - 583.5467 1,220.1391 18,939.0811 4,586
VI 21,226 5,029.6200 23.70 313.5336 71.7854 1,010.7855 546.2957 1,022.5302 2,964.9304 304.9485 - 1,759.7411 2,064.6896 16,196.3800 3,542
VII 10,371 5,886.4684 56.76 18.7914 7.1036 337.9048 623.1345 330.5113 1,317.4456 304.5589 - 4,264.4639 4,569.0228 4,484.5316 6,730
VIII 16,517 6,579.2577 39.83 34.7701 80.9778 77.4359 358.4739 231.5519 783.2096 1,706.8451 - 4,089.2030 5,796.0481 9,937.7423 3,018
IX 8,060 5,558.2438 68.96 - - 156.0896 339.1728 2,227.4883 2,722.7507 18.7988 - 2,816.6943 2,835.4931 2,501.7562 2,604
X 11,216 9,398.9361 83.80 21.9232 5.0295 236.2614 725.8828 4,117.7657 5,106.8626 848.1709 - 3,443.9026 4,292.0735 1,817.0639 1,897
XI 8,500 6,317.8443 74.33 8.8944 219.2176 182.5373 723.1755 3,910.8700 5,044.6948 43.8643 - 1,229.2852 1,273.1495 2,182.1557 4,393
XII 23,463 24,039.5559 102.46 2.0000 100.3645 2,035.5167 33.7112 913.7604 3,085.3528 14,568.0564 - 6,386.1467 20,954.2031 (576.5559) 9,428
CARAGA 9,832 11,984.3095 121.89 10.8725 30.4920 82.5869 65.0203 1,018.0565 1,207.0282 - - 10,777.2813 10,777.2813 (2,152.3095) 6,659
ARMM 17,050 928.4209 5.45 18.6985 - 801.7552 62.5926 45.3746 928.4209 - - - - 16,121.5791 452
1_/ Subject to validation.
2_/ Non-LBP Compensable
3_/ No submission of data on Number of ARBs for the provinces of Basilan and Maguindanao. DAR's working estimate of 1.7 hectares/pARB was used to arrive at the estimated number of ARBs for the said provinces.
SOURCES:
TARGET : DAR's CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT : Area- MIS- FOFile 1 as of December 2010
ARBs-Field Reports, MC 17, Form 1a as of December 2010
Table 3a
LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY PROVINCE 1_/
(Area in Hectares and No. of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries)
January to December 2010
% LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES)
TARGET ACCOMP ACCOMP VS. PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO. OF ARBs
REGION/PROVINCE 2010 2010
(HECTARES) TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL
PHILIPPINES 200,000 107,179.9199 53.59 4,516.7134 755.5357 6,994.1366 6,184.5625 26,566.8484 45,017.7966 18,698.5797 70.4390 43,393.1046 62,162.1233 63,298
CAR 7,434 2,613.6339 35.16 - 0.5154 46.6717 2.0395 362.8446 412.0712 - - 2,201.5627 2,201.5627 1,530
Abra 411 148.7880 36.20 - 0.5154 - - 20.5921 21.1075 - - 127.6805 127.6805 140
Apayao 300 127.4672 42.49 - - - 2.0395 125.4277 127.4672 - - - - 178
Benguet 1,501 1,269.0868 84.55 - - - - 56.4864 56.4864 - - 1,212.6004 1,212.6004 554
Ifugao 4,352 578.4773 13.29 - - 21.2556 - 71.4426 92.6982 - - 485.7791 485.7791 195
Kalinga 600 105.5975 17.60 - - 25.4161 - 76.2557 101.6718 - - 3.9257 3.9257 249
Mt. Province 270 384.2171 142.30 - - - - 12.6401 12.6401 - - 371.5770 371.5770 214
I 4,800 2,169.8731 45.21 239.9295 - 5.0472 44.3692 758.0869 1,047.4328 - - 1,122.4403 1,122.4403 2,864
Ilocos Norte 1,750 121.1222 6.92 - - - - 121.1222 121.1222 - - - - 645
Ilocos Sur 610 591.8502 97.02 46.8595 - - - 544.9907 591.8502 - - - - 428
La Union 1,200 1,192.1210 99.34 - - - - 69.6807 69.6807 - - 1,122.4403 1,122.4403 1,680
Pangasinan 1,240 264.7797 21.35 193.0700 - 5.0472 44.3692 22.2933 264.7797 - - - - 111

II 15,145 3,920.2897 25.89 249.1105 7.1064 306.5334 9.7094 909.1080 1,481.5677 16.6237 - 2,422.0983 2,438.7220 2,578
Batanes 0 - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Cagayan 5,260 366.1460 6.96 30.8088 0.6622 142.3887 9.7094 182.5769 366.1460 - - - - 300
Isabela 7,295 876.8563 12.02 218.3017 2.5419 145.1373 - 494.1992 860.1801 16.6237 - 0.0525 16.6762 741
Nueva Vizcaya 2,500 2,585.4039 103.42 - - - - 163.3581 163.3581 - - 2,422.0458 2,422.0458 1,462
Quirino 90 91.8835 102.09 - 3.9023 19.0074 - 68.9738 91.8835 - - - - 75
III 6,281 5,313.9312 84.60 2,514.0543 116.8787 521.4717 1,086.2786 509.3099 4,747.9932 39.0127 61.3226 465.6027 565.9380 4,997
Aurora 535 375.8847 70.26 - - 190.9111 - 128.6923 319.6034 - - 56.2813 56.2813 232
Bataan 515 524.0964 101.77 4.4895 22.3574 72.3202 128.0609 49.4840 276.7120 - 17.7617 229.6227 247.3844 476
Bulacan 565 341.7755 60.49 145.3744 2.0251 27.0421 130.5589 6.3650 311.3655 - 30.4100 - 30.4100 515
Nueva Ecija-N 1,340 689.0774 51.42 453.2334 32.0637 75.7435 35.2890 86.7005 683.0301 - 6.0473 - 6.0473 536
Nueva Ecija-S 1,020 1,022.5125 100.25 775.9832 4.1355 46.7402 12.0658 - 838.9247 1.7267 2.1624 179.6987 183.5878 887
Pampanga 1,026 1,031.1988 100.51 545.0469 44.3151 8.0491 405.4803 28.3074 1,031.1988 - - - - 886
Tarlac 865 876.0990 101.28 436.9188 11.9819 100.6655 163.3396 120.9660 833.8718 37.2860 4.9412 - 42.2272 994
Zambales 415 453.2869 109.23 153.0081 - - 211.4841 88.7947 453.2869 - - - - 471
1_/ Subject to validation.
2_/ Non-LBP Compensable
3_/ No submission of data on Number of ARBs for the provinces of Basilan and Maguindanao. DAR's working estimate of 1.7 hectares/pARB was used to arrive at the estimated number of ARBs for the said provinces.
SOURCES:
TARGET : DAR's CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT : Area- MIS- FOFile 1 as of December 2010
ARBs-Field Reports, MC 17, Form 1a as of December 2010
% LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES)
TARGET ACCOMP ACCOMP VS. PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO. OF ARBs
REGION/PROVINCE 2010 2010
(HECTARES) TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL
IV-A: CALABARZON 7,075 4,985.8461 70.47 15.8554 9.2824 436.3316 413.1724 4,096.9822 4,971.6240 5.1057 9.1164 - 14.2221 3,428
Batangas 1,077 522.3472 48.50 1.9775 4.2584 6.9280 95.4286 404.6383 513.2308 - 9.1164 - 9.1164 510
Cavite 406 458.3587 112.90 - - - - 458.3587 458.3587 - - - - 487
Laguna 631 579.2276 91.80 8.0859 1.8260 29.5153 61.1234 478.6770 579.2276 - - - - 781
Quezon I 1,846 1,374.1464 74.44 3.5438 3.1980 50.7232 164.5087 1,151.6920 1,373.6657 0.4807 - - 0.4807 672
Quezon II 2,500 1,878.3854 75.14 0.1476 - 311.2803 9.4512 1,557.5063 1,878.3854 - - - - 696
Rizal 615 173.3808 28.19 2.1006 - 37.8848 82.6605 46.1099 168.7558 4.6250 - - 4.6250 282

IV-B MIMAROPA 6,000 4,362.7704 72.71 43.8627 86.3934 415.9376 260.3270 1,519.1116 2,325.6323 206.0023 - 1,831.1358 2,037.1381 4,592
Marinduque 770 1,041.0459 135.20 1.3013 - 15.3170 58.6960 191.1592 266.4735 - - 774.5724 774.5724 1,032
Mindoro Occidental 750 349.6504 46.62 42.5614 40.5680 82.6601 95.8465 88.0144 349.6504 - - - - 299
Mindoro Oriental 1,520 547.5284 36.02 - 15.1883 111.2234 86.4788 334.6379 547.5284 - - - - 352
Palawan 2,200 1,661.1912 75.51 - 30.6371 206.7371 19.3057 141.9456 398.6255 206.0023 - 1,056.5634 1,262.5657 2,554
Romblon 760 763.3545 100.44 - - - - 763.3545 763.3545 - - - - 355
V 27,030 8,090.9189 29.93 1,024.4173 20.3890 341.2701 891.2071 4,593.4963 6,870.7798 636.5924 - 583.5467 1,220.1391 4,586
Albay 4,822 616.5135 12.79 21.4324 - 114.7964 48.7653 431.5194 616.5135 - - - - 412
Camarines Norte 2,737 749.0880 27.37 212.2312 - 41.6432 212.0285 283.1851 749.0880 - - - - 475
Camarines Sur 7,805 3,425.3880 43.89 762.6133 16.9224 156.2247 269.9939 1,236.9772 2,442.7315 636.5924 - 346.0641 982.6565 1,595
Catanduanes 2,120 832.6621 39.28 - - - 67.1618 765.5003 832.6621 - - - - 614
Masbate 5,133 1,826.9492 35.59 16.5580 3.4666 - 261.5145 1,315.3641 1,596.9032 - - 230.0460 230.0460 1,094
Sorsogon 4,413 640.3181 14.51 11.5824 - 28.6058 31.7431 560.9502 632.8815 - - 7.4366 7.4366 396
VI 21,226 5,029.6200 23.70 313.5336 71.7854 1,010.7855 546.2957 1,022.5302 2,964.9304 304.9485 - 1,759.7411 2,064.6896 3,542
Aklan 550 222.2398 40.41 0.1088 - 25.7883 6.7700 26.4537 59.1208 - - 163.1190 163.1190 311
Antique 279 76.6468 27.47 0.9300 - 12.1704 - 36.1267 49.2271 - - 27.4197 27.4197 46
Capiz 2,580 1,478.6571 57.31 30.7434 - 94.2750 149.7146 372.6726 647.4056 301.8137 - 529.4378 831.2515 907
Guimaras 582 359.4205 61.76 3.3590 - - 7.7250 193.1694 204.2534 - - 155.1671 155.1671 214
Iloilo 6,000 1,016.8796 16.95 139.9263 6.3041 117.1547 195.9917 143.4668 602.8436 - - 414.0360 414.0360 780
Negros Occidental 11,235 1,875.7762 16.70 138.4661 65.4813 761.3971 186.0944 250.6410 1,402.0799 3.1348 - 470.5615 473.6963 1,284
VII 10,371 5,886.4684 56.76 18.7914 7.1036 337.9048 623.1345 330.5113 1,317.4456 304.5589 - 4,264.4639 4,569.0228 6,730
Bohol 1,800 1,811.6214 100.65 0.7753 7.1036 39.0777 228.5039 7.5781 283.0386 - - 1,528.5828 1,528.5828 2,101
Cebu 3,000 2,103.6015 70.12 1.2223 - 4.8043 43.2492 204.7345 254.0103 - - 1,849.5912 1,849.5912 2,973
Negros Oriental 5,450 1,940.0910 35.60 16.7938 - 294.0228 351.3814 87.0442 749.2422 304.5589 - 886.2899 1,190.8488 1,639
Siquijor 121 31.1545 25.75 - - - - 31.1545 31.1545 - - - - 17
VIII 16,517 6,579.2577 39.83 34.7701 80.9778 77.4359 358.4739 231.5519 783.2096 1,706.8451 - 4,089.2030 5,796.0481 3,018
Biliran 42 50.0298 119.12 26.0091 - - 7.4465 16.5740 50.0296 - - 0.0002 0.0002 57
Leyte 7,050 142.3418 2.02 6.5334 - 21.1227 83.5451 24.5590 135.7602 - - 6.5816 6.5816 114
Southern Leyte 1,589 1,651.1253 103.91 - - - 0.1753 9.6354 9.8107 1,641.3146 - - 1,641.3146 585
Eastern Samar 1,774 2,650.6969 149.42 - - - 8.4700 15.4794 23.9494 65.5305 - 2,561.2170 2,626.7475 1,210
Northern Samar 3,150 560.5265 17.79 - 67.9455 39.7627 167.1087 105.1205 379.9374 - - 180.5891 180.5891 427
Western Samar 2,912 1,524.5374 52.35 2.2276 13.0323 16.5505 91.7283 60.1836 183.7223 - - 1,340.8151 1,340.8151 625
% LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES)
TARGET ACCOMP ACCOMP VS. PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NO. OF ARBs
REGION/PROVINCE 2010 2010
(HECTARES) TARGET OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETTLEMENTS LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL
IX 8,060 5,558.2438 68.96 - - 156.0896 339.1728 2,227.4883 2,722.7507 18.7988 - 2,816.6943 2,835.4931 2,604
Sibugay 2,500 1,639.9701 65.60 - - 68.5631 2.4856 387.2471 458.2958 - - 1,181.6743 1,181.6743 814
Zambo. Norte 3,060 2,829.3632 92.46 - - 87.5265 242.8827 891.8579 1,222.2671 18.7988 - 1,588.2973 1,607.0961 1,635
Zambo. Sur 2,500 1,088.9105 43.56 - - - 93.8045 948.3833 1,042.1878 - - 46.7227 46.7227 155
X 11,216 9,398.9361 83.80 21.9232 5.0295 236.2614 725.8828 4,117.7657 5,106.8626 848.1709 - 3,443.9026 4,292.0735 1,897
Bukidnon 4,089 3,781.0048 92.47 20.0032 5.0295 136.6682 483.6839 1,514.5807 2,159.9655 289.9407 - 1,331.0986 1,621.0393 1,254
Camiguin 62 41.0762 66.25 - - - - 41.0762 41.0762 - - - - 8
Lanao Norte 2,449 1,735.9858 70.89 - - 65.8212 212.6618 678.2726 956.7556 558.2302 - 221.0000 779.2302 9
Misamis Occidental 2,803 2,188.9290 78.09 1.9200 - 33.7720 18.1497 1,676.1138 1,729.9555 - - 458.9735 458.9735 268
Misamis Oriental 1,813 1,651.9403 91.12 - - - 11.3874 207.7224 219.1098 - - 1,432.8305 1,432.8305 358
XI 8,500 6,317.8443 74.33 8.8944 219.2176 182.5373 723.1755 3,910.8700 5,044.6948 43.8643 - 1,229.2852 1,273.1495 4,393
Compostela Valley 1,905 1,539.1946 80.80 - 144.9657 70.2586 424.9158 881.8012 1,521.9413 5.0353 - 12.2180 17.2533 1,385
Davao City 685 256.1367 37.39 5.8521 1.5122 - 13.9196 232.8722 254.1561 1.9806 - - 1.9806 269
Davao Norte 2,100 1,806.7284 86.03 3.0423 72.7397 32.2281 261.3280 1,429.7167 1,799.0548 7.6736 - - 7.6736 659
Davao Oriental 1,905 1,285.5344 67.48 - - 56.5039 18.0166 1,181.8391 1,256.3596 29.1748 - - 29.1748 1,164
Davao Sur 1,905 1,430.2502 75.08 - - 23.5467 4.9955 184.6408 213.1830 - - 1,217.0672 1,217.0672 916
XII 23,463 24,039.5559 102.46 2.0000 100.3645 2,035.5167 33.7112 913.7604 3,085.3528 14,568.0564 - 6,386.1467 20,954.2031 9,428
Cotabato 10,646 10,784.4281 101.30 - 29.5428 311.4340 - 783.6586 1,124.6354 9,659.7927 - - 9,659.7927 4,453
Saranggani 4,200 2,011.5412 47.89 - 15.0808 157.4414 - 38.7998 211.3220 1,800.2192 - - 1,800.2192 714
South Cotabato 4,107 6,727.8975 163.82 2.0000 - 248.4488 - 91.3020 341.7508 - - 6,386.1467 6,386.1467 2,559
Sultan Kudarat 4,510 4,515.6891 100.13 - 55.7409 1,318.1925 33.7112 - 1,407.6446 3,108.0445 - - 3,108.0445 1,702
CARAGA 9,832 11,984.3095 121.89 10.8725 30.4920 82.5869 65.0203 1,018.0565 1,207.0282 - - 10,777.2813 10,777.2813 6,659
Agusan Norte 2,500 2,573.2170 102.93 1.1992 - 14.5327 2.7861 69.8291 88.3471 - - 2,484.8699 2,484.8699 1,486
Agusan Sur 3,257 4,392.4325 134.86 6.4000 28.8221 51.1552 53.2536 526.9275 666.5584 - - 3,725.8741 3,725.8741 2,111
Surigao Norte 1,075 1,534.3780 142.73 3.2733 1.6699 - 8.9806 415.9172 429.8410 - - 1,104.5370 1,104.5370 1,319
Surigao Sur 3,000 3,484.2820 116.14 - - 16.8990 - 5.3827 22.2817 - - 3,462.0003 3,462.0003 1,743

ARMM 17,050 928.4209 5.45 18.6985 - 801.7552 62.5926 45.3746 928.4209 - - - - 452
Basilan 3,000 29.8107 0.99 - - 13.8107 - 16.0000 29.8107 - - - - 18
Lanao Sur 4,550 - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Maguindanao 5,370 627.6985 11.69 18.6985 - 609.0000 - - 627.6985 - - - - 369
Sulu 2,130 178.9445 8.40 - - 178.9445 - - 178.9445 - - - - 13
Tawi-Tawi 2,000 91.9672 4.60 - - - 62.5926 29.3746 91.9672 - - - - 52
Table 3b
CUMULATIVE LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY REGION
1972 to December 2010

LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES)


REGION SCOPE ACCOMP % PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL NO. OF
AREA (Ha) AREA (Ha) ACCOMP OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 2_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL ARBs
56.50
PHILIPPINES 5,153,857 4,273,203.3072 83 579,328.1464 167,243.5808 614,385.4631 292,752.2062 760,561.0315 2,414,270.4280 767,269.6418 81,157.5025 1,010,505.7349 1,858,932.8792 2,494,569
CAR 121,410 97,611.4528 80 1,268.8277 1,177.8909 1,086.1053 199.6067 22,075.6565 25,808.0871 - - 71,803.3657 71,803.3657 76,847
I 145,062 140,873.5132 97 30,904.4110 1,820.5700 8,874.3970 1,602.4333 73,233.3701 116,435.1814 1,969.4651 301.0000 22,167.8667 24,438.3318 116,571
II 417,269 349,389.6665 84 79,047.2973 9,286.5130 47,761.3473 12,099.9886 51,979.5678 200,174.7140 43,595.8409 4,581.0000 101,038.1116 149,214.9525 200,581
III 434,544 408,639.1018 94 205,772.0276 6,112.5067 28,768.5016 31,049.4266 35,339.8126 307,042.2751 15,802.3545 57,318.0516 28,476.4206 101,596.8267 263,593
IV-A 203,333 167,533.7378 82 15,722.7328 1,100.5775 27,440.6754 40,441.5361 36,523.3495 121,228.8713 26,846.1777 5,513.3212 13,945.3676 46,304.8665 107,797
IV-B 189,980 169,949.4271 89 15,853.9120 2,194.1390 13,190.2924 17,335.1227 44,811.1937 93,384.6598 14,699.2732 4,974.1297 56,891.3644 76,564.7673 121,343
V 430,702 299,381.3093 70 50,313.0721 17,413.8332 53,834.5306 42,119.5737 83,502.4390 247,183.4486 13,282.4207 3,081.0000 35,834.4400 52,197.8607 179,511
VI 564,931 377,270.7036 67 41,327.1092 63,859.6716 117,008.9735 33,660.7446 39,781.8023 295,638.3012 20,962.9957 74.0000 60,595.4067 81,632.4024 264,711
VII 199,443 163,030.8027 82 18,235.8835 4,009.1243 31,636.9334 22,299.7564 5,789.5025 81,971.2001 7,653.7292 - 73,405.8734 81,059.6026 128,585
VIII 477,276 423,183.9077 89 20,586.4499 8,291.1594 23,674.0994 31,823.5693 17,965.7885 102,341.0665 114,577.4624 615.0000 205,650.3788 320,842.8412 189,048
IX 240,401 212,547.8756 88 10,672.2981 7,778.5000 16,592.2107 13,803.8925 82,655.2442 131,502.1455 21,124.2950 2,983.0000 56,938.4351 81,045.7301 121,078
X 337,721 292,857.6777 87 16,892.3970 3,019.1590 18,332.3926 10,813.8415 77,306.0921 126,363.8822 99,790.4804 - 66,703.3151 166,493.7955 163,602
XI 270,804 234,187.9666 86 8,652.9810 7,210.6837 67,670.7992 21,123.3890 55,966.7067 160,624.5596 34,838.3886 - 38,725.0184 73,563.4070 167,177
XII 571,375 507,188.7225 89 34,154.2134 13,378.2798 104,865.4467 4,354.4415 46,152.8612 202,905.2426 259,417.6499 212.0000 44,653.8300 304,283.4799 216,994
CARAGA 256,749 228,273.5512 89 6,534.1346 3,430.9727 31,217.7443 7,801.2911 29,807.8677 78,792.0104 19,269.0000 1,474.0000 128,738.5408 149,481.5408 112,747
ARMM 292,857 201,283.8911 69 23,390.3992 17,160.0000 22,431.0136 2,223.5926 57,669.7772 122,874.7826 73,440.1085 31.0000 4,938.0000 78,409.1085 64,384
1_/ Subject for validation
2_/ Non-LBP Compensable
579,328
SOURCES: 167,244
Accomplishment: 1972-1995 - MIS Updated Report 2008 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2008 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs) 614,385
1996-2000 - DLR, Table 4 2009 - MIS, FOF 1 Report as of December 2009 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs) 292,752
2001 - BLAD, Joint DLR-LRA Report 2010 - MIS, FOF 1 Report as of December 2010 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs) 760,561
2002 - 2004 - MIS, Table 4 767,270
2005 - BLAD, CY 2005 LAD Accomplishment Report by Land Type & Mode of Acquisition 81,158
2006 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2006 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs) 1,010,506
2007 - FOO, FOF1 Report as of December 2007 (Area); Field Report (No. of ARBs)
Table 3c
Departnment of Agrarian Reform
CUMULATIVE LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY PROVINCE 1_/
1972 to December 2010

TOTAL LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES) NO. OF ARBs


REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL
PROVINCE 2_/ (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 3_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 5,153,857 4,273,203.3072 83 579,328.1464 167,243.5808 614,385.4631 292,752.2062 760,561.0315 2,414,270.4280 767,269.6418 81,157.5025 1,010,505.7349 1,858,932.8792 2,494,569

CAR 121,410 97,611.4528 80 1,268.8277 1,177.8909 1,086.1053 199.6067 22,075.6565 25,808.0871 - - 71,803.3657 71,803.3657 76,847
Abra 25,863 25,471.3236 98 305.0000 68.7982 17.0000 57.0000 8,198.9207 8,646.7189 - - 16,824.6047 16,824.6047 21,051
Apayao 9,682 7,383.0861 76 203.8277 277.3914 59.0000 20.0395 2,609.5246 3,169.7832 - - 4,213.3029 4,213.3029 5,738
Benguet 22,711 19,738.8127 87 158.0000 102.2030 - - 2,248.1980 2,508.4010 - - 17,230.4117 17,230.4117 19,181
Ifugao 27,370 14,912.9002 54 266.0000 311.0000 348.0160 - 5,314.8772 6,239.8932 - - 8,673.0070 8,673.0070 10,988
Kalinga 21,488 18,263.2329 85 305.0000 418.4983 645.0893 122.5672 2,893.6698 4,384.8246 - - 13,878.4083 13,878.4083 11,204
Mt. Province 14,296 11,842.0973 83 31.0000 - 17.0000 - 810.4662 858.4662 - - 10,983.6311 10,983.6311 8,685
I 145,062 140,873.5132 97 30,904.4110 1,820.5700 8,874.3970 1,602.4333 73,233.3701 116,435.1814 1,969.4651 301.0000 22,167.8667 24,438.3318 116,571
Ilocos Norte 31,167 29,273.0028 94 1,194.7225 177.4237 2,280.9270 - 23,212.9852 26,866.0584 - - 2,406.9444 2,406.9444 17,598
Ilocos Sur 21,896 22,187.0613 101 3,807.7994 909.0000 2,161.0000 - 14,379.8195 21,257.6189 - - 929.4424 929.4424 25,816
La Union 19,604 18,718.4070 95 1,467.0479 41.0000 271.0000 286.0000 5,751.1893 7,816.2372 0.4651 - 10,901.7047 10,902.1698 26,293
Pangasinan 72,396 70,695.0421 98 24,434.8412 693.1463 4,161.4700 1,316.4333 29,889.3761 60,495.2669 1,969.0000 301.0000 7,929.7752 10,199.7752 46,864
II 417,269 349,389.6665 84 79,047.2973 9,286.5130 47,761.3473 12,099.9886 51,979.5678 200,174.7140 43,595.8409 4,581.0000 101,038.1116 149,214.9525 200,581
Batanes 639 665.1910 104 - - - - 464.1910 464.1910 - - 201.0000 201.0000 1,144
Cagayan 144,538 132,769.1599 92 28,114.5798 1,010.4864 25,686.6472 4,603.5835 18,553.8617 77,969.1586 - 1,164.0000 53,636.0013 54,800.0013 68,041
Isabela 207,172 152,200.8242 73 47,917.2136 7,546.8664 21,010.7973 7,394.4997 18,861.9063 102,731.2833 10,201.8409 3,417.0000 35,850.7000 49,469.5409 105,263
Nueva Vizcaya 38,158 38,147.8467 100 1,331.5039 694.2579 144.7002 68.9351 7,973.9930 10,213.3901 22,201.0000 - 5,733.4566 27,934.4566 17,473
Quirino 26,763 25,606.6447 96 1,684.0000 34.9023 919.2026 32.9703 6,125.6158 8,796.6910 11,193.0000 - 5,616.9537 16,809.9537 8,660
III 434,544 408,639.1018 94 205,772.0276 6,112.5067 28,768.5016 31,049.4266 35,339.8126 307,042.2751 15,802.3545 57,318.0516 28,476.4206 101,596.8267 263,593
Aurora 15,073 13,948.2579 93 277.0000 51.0000 3,017.2973 2,391.9468 4,071.0375 9,808.2816 2,164.0000 - 1,975.9763 4,139.9763 9,218
Bataan 22,026 20,105.0844 91 2,210.5478 777.1965 1,238.0956 3,162.6002 3,535.3220 10,923.7621 13.0000 4,595.9756 4,572.3467 9,181.3223 18,901
Bulacan 42,526 39,080.1395 92 14,834.1374 151.3572 912.4887 4,579.4540 1,346.2195 21,823.6568 - 17,171.4827 85.0000 17,256.4827 26,383
Nueva Ecija-N 109,553 104,326.4761 95 67,130.1254 1,084.8674 5,095.7530 2,813.2098 6,430.8173 82,554.7729 5,277.7779 14,981.5785 1,512.3468 21,771.7032 52,747
Nueva Ecija-S 69,813 65,049.3431 93 45,177.9778 1,596.7965 7,432.7995 2,106.7844 2,732.5812 59,046.9394 1,390.3982 1,263.8285 3,348.1770 6,002.4037 43,108
Pampanga 64,549 60,716.2269 94 33,082.7348 1,656.3507 7,621.5489 7,257.2677 3,508.6615 53,126.5636 414.0000 7,121.7387 53.9246 7,589.6633 42,221
Tarlac 76,866 72,445.3685 94 39,714.1379 553.9384 2,334.8646 6,463.9795 5,763.1729 54,830.0933 6,543.1784 10,733.4476 338.6492 17,615.2752 52,534
Zambales 34,139 32,968.2054 97 3,345.3665 241.0000 1,115.6540 2,274.1842 7,952.0007 14,928.2054 - 1,450.0000 16,590.0000 18,040.0000 18,481
IV 393,314 337,483.1649 86 31,576.6448 3,294.7165 40,630.9678 57,776.6588 81,334.5432 214,613.5311 41,545.4509 10,487.4509 70,836.7320 122,869.6338 229,140
IV-A: CALABARZON 203,333 167,533.7378 82 15,722.7328 1,100.5775 27,440.6754 40,441.5361 36,523.3495 121,228.8713 26,846.1777 5,513.3212 13,945.3676 46,304.8665 107,797
Batangas 36,092 31,812.0355 88 4,724.1629 95.8919 2,822.3855 8,647.8977 5,044.8828 21,335.2208 13.0000 4,296.8147 6,167.0000 10,476.8147 21,565
Cavite 11,211 9,123.5389 81 1,787.9156 50.2459 781.0000 1,695.4515 3,701.4194 8,016.0324 - 77.5065 1,030.0000 1,107.5065 9,347
Laguna 20,840 19,279.3040 93 1,778.8160 224.7707 1,354.0446 2,228.0574 5,395.0328 10,980.7215 5,250.7480 1,134.0000 1,913.8345 8,298.5825 13,736
Quezon I 48,876 42,046.4173 86 2,493.8678 312.8666 2,517.6305 9,959.5602 11,156.0115 26,439.9366 14,973.4807 - 633.0000 15,606.4807 23,538
Quezon II 66,073 50,072.8803 76 1,249.1476 328.7621 18,997.2254 14,843.5818 10,407.6868 45,826.4037 587.4766 - 3,659.0000 4,246.4766 29,950
Rizal 20,242 15,199.5617 75 3,688.8229 88.0403 968.3894 3,066.9875 818.3161 8,630.5562 6,021.4724 5.0000 542.5331 6,569.0055 9,661

IV-B MIMAROPA 189,980 169,949.4271 89 15,853.9120 2,194.1390 13,190.2924 17,335.1227 44,811.1937 93,384.6598 14,699.2732 4,974.1297 56,891.3644 76,564.7673 121,343
Marinduque 31,371 29,946.4398 95 215.7366 - 64.3170 558.3001 5,377.1025 6,215.4562 - - 23,730.9836 23,730.9836 35,118
Mindoro Occidental 37,838 35,236.3367 93 10,559.5976 1,251.0535 3,770.3247 6,615.6695 4,715.5617 26,912.2070 - 4,974.1297 3,350.0000 8,324.1297 25,921
Mindoro Oriental 44,740 37,572.1757 84 3,416.5778 498.2042 4,284.4371 4,544.8979 17,357.0587 30,101.1757 - - 7,471.0000 7,471.0000 24,847
Palawan 61,058 54,583.6657 89 1,040.0000 355.8813 4,415.8852 3,723.0158 8,390.2294 17,925.0117 14,699.2732 - 21,959.3808 36,658.6540 28,240
Romblon 14,973 12,610.8092 84 622.0000 89.0000 655.3284 1,893.2394 8,971.2414 12,230.8092 - - 380.0000 380.0000 7,217
1_/ Preliminary. Subject to validation.
2_/ Revised scope is equal to the cumulative land distribution as of end of June 2009 of 4,1119,195 ha plus the validated LAD Balance as of June 2009 as approved by DAR ExCom per Res. No. 1,s. 2010 and PARC Excom per PARC ExCom Res. No.
SP-2010-04 of 1,034,661 ha
3_/ Non-LBP Compensable
TOTAL LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES) NO. OF ARBs
REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL
PROVINCE 2_/ (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 3_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL

V 430,702 299,381.3093 70 50,313.0721 17,413.8332 53,834.5306 42,119.5737 83,502.4390 247,183.4486 13,282.4207 3,081.0000 35,834.4400 52,197.8607 179,511
Albay 65,924 52,380.1461 79 11,084.3004 2,777.0236 10,324.5212 8,420.2940 14,200.4035 46,806.5427 - - 5,573.6034 5,573.6034 38,574
Camarines Norte 45,002 33,462.7704 74 1,851.4729 1,597.8553 5,607.5369 10,340.5651 9,044.3402 28,441.7704 - - 5,021.0000 5,021.0000 16,147
Camarines Sur 165,414 106,782.6838 65 23,787.1866 3,338.2857 23,804.6479 9,744.7321 21,595.0310 82,269.8833 11,335.0900 3,077.0000 10,100.7105 24,512.8005 64,170
Catanduanes 17,671 13,845.2486 78 262.7883 771.0000 42.0157 225.1618 12,213.3596 13,514.3254 - 4.0000 326.9232 330.9232 10,376
Masbate 93,522 63,021.0167 67 8,928.9130 7,788.4973 4,083.2198 8,976.4098 19,011.0100 48,788.0499 1,947.3307 - 12,285.6361 14,232.9668 30,817
Sorsogon 43,169 29,889.4437 69 4,398.4109 1,141.1713 9,972.5891 4,412.4109 7,438.2947 27,362.8769 - - 2,526.5668 2,526.5668 19,427
VI 564,931 377,270.7036 67 41,327.1092 63,859.6716 117,008.9735 33,660.7446 39,781.8023 295,638.3012 20,962.9957 74.0000 60,595.4067 81,632.4024 264,711
Aklan 23,542 21,590.6373 92 282.1088 12,072.3010 1,063.1534 522.5801 2,226.7781 16,166.9214 - - 5,423.7159 5,423.7159 21,788
Antique 53,584 50,894.7748 95 1,520.8778 16,526.7801 258.7019 191.6168 1,743.2743 20,241.2509 - - 30,653.5239 30,653.5239 16,403
Capiz 76,237 60,536.9544 79 7,557.3574 682.0000 15,497.1171 3,080.0379 11,760.8676 38,577.3800 18,393.7318 74.0000 3,491.8426 21,959.5744 35,166
Guimaras 19,204 16,128.7317 84 2,227.1990 1,221.0000 545.0122 3,472.0383 7,824.3151 15,289.5646 44.0000 - 795.1671 839.1671 13,720
Iloilo 87,789 64,121.2434 73 18,484.0553 4,429.3775 18,347.4413 8,686.9289 8,114.0932 58,061.8962 - - 6,059.3472 6,059.3472 43,049
Negros Occidental 304,575 163,998.3620 54 11,255.5109 28,928.2130 81,297.5476 17,707.5426 8,112.4740 147,301.2881 2,525.2639 - 14,171.8100 16,697.0739 134,585
VII 199,443 163,030.8027 82 18,235.8835 4,009.1243 31,636.9334 22,299.7564 5,789.5025 81,971.2001 7,653.7292 - 73,405.8734 81,059.6026 128,585
Bohol 40,099 35,043.5902 87 4,997.3274 1,126.7572 5,932.5044 4,162.9370 2,207.8497 18,427.3757 12.8939 - 16,603.3206 16,616.2145 31,325
Cebu 39,917 28,175.7680 71 4,107.7830 1,586.9323 1,607.3886 5,589.8582 2,387.5156 15,279.4777 - - 12,896.2903 12,896.2903 27,760
Negros Oriental 118,750 99,014.3794 83 9,130.7088 1,261.4348 24,097.0404 12,530.9612 447.1364 47,467.2816 7,640.8353 - 43,906.2625 51,547.0978 68,904
Siquijor 677 797.0651 118 0.0643 34.0000 - 16.0000 747.0008 797.0651 - - - - 596
VIII 477,276 423,183.9077 89 20,586.4499 8,291.1594 23,674.0994 31,823.5693 17,965.7885 102,341.0665 114,577.4624 615.0000 205,650.3788 320,842.8412 189,048
Biliran 13,141 13,140.6643 100 635.6313 399.0000 372.8331 2,242.1793 2,163.7581 5,813.4018 - - 7,327.2625 7,327.2625 10,140
Leyte 208,424 174,439.0603 84 13,947.5270 3,962.0000 9,313.5729 15,620.7532 2,526.5018 45,370.3549 33,403.9222 615.0000 95,049.7832 129,068.7054 83,018
Southern Leyte 26,635 23,616.0597 89 426.4095 124.2772 381.0000 761.3073 734.3242 2,427.3182 13,990.7935 - 7,197.9480 21,188.7415 12,250
Eastern Samar 71,517 69,208.0353 97 1,588.0000 1,510.0363 122.9645 1,175.4700 4,641.4958 9,037.9666 32,654.0604 - 27,516.0083 60,170.0687 31,724
Northern Samar 76,557 66,224.5387 87 2,033.9241 517.9455 2,193.9610 6,725.7781 4,958.6003 16,430.2090 21,186.0000 - 28,608.3297 49,794.3297 21,039
Western Samar 81,002 76,555.5494 95 1,954.9580 1,777.9004 11,289.7679 5,298.0814 2,941.1083 23,261.8160 13,342.6863 - 39,951.0471 53,293.7334 30,877
IX 240,401 212,547.8756 88 10,672.2981 7,778.5000 16,592.2107 13,803.8925 82,655.2442 131,502.1455 21,124.2950 2,983.0000 56,938.4351 81,045.7301 121,078
Sibugay 22,710 13,929.4364 61 - 88.5000 536.2414 549.7464 10,440.8828 11,615.3706 - 36.0000 2,278.0658 2,314.0658 6,455
Zambo. Norte 70,470 62,524.1968 89 2,681.7160 810.0000 3,939.1089 5,778.5813 16,628.8490 29,838.2552 15,007.2950 1,078.0000 16,600.6466 32,685.9416 34,892
Zambo. Sur 147,221 136,094.2424 92 7,990.5821 6,880.0000 12,116.8604 7,475.5648 55,585.5124 90,048.5197 6,117.0000 1,869.0000 38,059.7227 46,045.7227 79,731
X 337,721 292,857.6777 87 16,892.3970 3,019.1590 18,332.3926 10,813.8415 77,306.0921 126,363.8822 99,790.4804 - 66,703.3151 166,493.7955 163,602
Bukidnon 186,486 169,419.3359 91 11,705.6448 1,559.3234 9,746.6718 7,174.3126 41,606.4840 71,792.4366 54,746.2502 - 42,880.6491 97,626.8993 92,828
Camiguin 2,567 2,472.5819 96 56.0000 6.0000 61.7556 66.6553 2,282.1710 2,472.5819 - - - - 6,856
Lanao Norte 88,621 71,660.2071 81 1,599.0000 714.0000 1,812.0803 520.3500 10,019.5682 14,664.9985 45,044.2302 - 11,950.9784 56,995.2086 27,405
Misamis Occidental 25,523 16,854.6284 66 1,126.7522 98.8664 1,585.7850 1,866.9670 10,856.0307 15,534.4013 - - 1,320.2271 1,320.2271 12,902
Misamis Oriental 34,523 32,450.9244 94 2,405.0000 640.9692 5,126.0999 1,185.5566 12,541.8382 21,899.4639 - - 10,551.4605 10,551.4605 23,611
XI 270,804 234,187.9666 86 8,652.9810 7,210.6837 67,670.7992 21,123.3890 55,966.7067 160,624.5596 34,838.3886 - 38,725.0184 73,563.4070 167,177
Compostela Valley 16,976 9,487.2798 56 3.2181 542.8388 1,731.9331 641.5583 6,441.6919 9,361.2402 16.2875 - 109.7521 126.0396 8,019
Davao City 23,933 19,490.5726 81 1,341.8549 665.5069 3,002.0848 2,726.0863 7,161.0553 14,896.5882 46.9806 - 4,547.0038 4,593.9844 16,277
Davao Norte 118,620 105,983.6263 89 5,012.8076 3,453.2183 23,279.4321 9,412.4056 27,774.1324 68,931.9960 17,023.1367 - 20,028.4936 37,051.6303 82,809
Davao Oriental 66,936 61,681.7616 92 872.0000 169.0079 26,346.7082 4,219.0166 10,383.0451 41,989.7778 17,508.9838 - 2,183.0000 19,691.9838 32,600
Davao Sur 44,339 37,544.7263 85 1,423.1004 2,380.1118 13,310.6410 4,124.3222 4,206.7820 25,444.9574 243.0000 - 11,856.7689 12,099.7689 27,472
XII 571,375 507,188.7225 89 34,154.2134 13,378.2798 104,865.4467 4,354.4415 46,152.8612 202,905.2426 259,417.6499 212.0000 44,653.8300 304,283.4799 216,994
Cotabato 259,266 230,210.0356 89 10,521.1949 8,785.0661 20,776.8385 1,125.7255 32,870.2287 74,079.0537 148,007.0927 212.0000 7,911.8892 156,130.9819 89,295
Saranggani 57,182 41,228.9555 72 3,094.0000 508.5603 23,381.6007 1,525.0000 4,909.7341 33,418.8951 3,968.2192 - 3,841.8412 7,810.0604 20,328
South Cotabato 107,851 103,718.0527 96 10,264.7427 297.0000 34,271.5278 1,660.0000 7,130.6870 53,623.9575 17,193.9956 - 32,900.0996 50,094.0952 58,983
Sultan Kudarat 147,075 132,031.6787 90 10,274.2758 3,787.6534 26,435.4797 43.7160 1,242.2114 41,783.3363 90,248.3424 - - 90,248.3424 48,388
TOTAL LAND DISTRIBUTION ACCOMPLISHMENT, BY LAND TYPE (HECTARES) NO. OF ARBs
REGION/ SCOPE ACCOMP %ACCOMP PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL LANDS NON-PAL
PROVINCE 2_/ (CUMULATIVE) OLT GFI VOS CA VLT 3_/ SUB-TOTAL SETT LES GOL/KKK SUB-TOTAL

CARAGA 256,749 228,273.5512 89 6,534.1346 3,430.9727 31,217.7443 7,801.2911 29,807.8677 78,792.0104 19,269.0000 1,474.0000 128,738.5408 149,481.5408 112,747
Agusan Norte 34,146 28,217.8668 83 2,158.7519 497.0000 2,649.1326 1,943.3578 5,292.9612 12,541.2035 - 382.0000 15,294.6633 15,676.6633 16,723
Agusan Sur 135,389 119,991.7623 89 2,425.9202 2,520.7523 7,372.3281 5,235.4193 19,316.8546 36,871.2745 19,269.0000 1,092.0000 62,759.4878 83,120.4878 52,325
Surigao Norte 35,145 33,601.4434 96 1,095.6335 47.6699 995.9722 261.8282 4,189.6725 6,590.7763 - - 27,010.6671 27,010.6671 19,395
Surigao Sur 52,067 46,462.4787 89 853.8290 365.5505 20,200.3114 360.6858 1,008.3794 22,788.7561 - - 23,673.7226 23,673.7226 24,304
ARMM 292,857 201,283.8911 69 23,390.3992 17,160.0000 22,431.0136 2,223.5926 57,669.7772 122,874.7826 73,440.1085 31.0000 4,938.0000 78,409.1085 64,384
Basilan 36,776 29,383.4401 80 154.0000 4,674.0000 11,725.4787 1,691.0000 1,844.9614 20,089.4401 8,914.0000 31.0000 349.0000 9,294.0000 17,830
Lanao Sur 142,356 104,817.6246 74 1,366.0000 12,195.0000 2,175.0000 - 48,508.6246 64,244.6246 39,279.0000 - 1,294.0000 40,573.0000 26,936
Maguindanao 69,905 42,117.9810 60 21,760.3992 291.0000 4,738.4733 - 8.0000 26,797.8725 14,335.1085 - 985.0000 15,320.1085 13,660
Sulu 18,650 7,137.0616 38 110.0000 - 3,772.0616 - - 3,882.0616 1,207.0000 - 2,048.0000 3,255.0000 2,323
Tawi-Tawi 25,169 17,827.7838 71 - - 20.0000 532.5926 7,308.1912 7,860.7838 9,705.0000 - 262.0000 9,967.0000 3,635
Table 4
1_/
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS, BY REGION
January to December 2010

REGISTERED LEASEHOLD CONTRACTS LESSEE TURNED INTO

AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF LOs INVOLVED EP/CLOA HOLDER
REGION TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP
CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL NO. AREA
TARGET TARGET

PHILIPPINES 17,312 5,323 5,989 12,933.40 75 7,948 2,470 2,922 6,152 77 1,332 1,330 2,855 94 156
CAR 10 0 0 - 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
I 450 244 198 442.05 98 360 126 233 524 146 128 127 285 0 0
II 170 134 221 355.18 209 135 156 164 320 237 94 95 189 0 0
III 162 0 0 310.00 191 97 0 0 222 229 0 0 116 0 0
IV-A 574 274 580 853.72 149 212 211 369 580 274 138 224 362 60 112
IV-B 175 152 70 222.00 127 133 85 43 128 96 28 13 41 3 10
V 2,810 311 1,870 2,181.08 78 707 137 538 675 95 81 260 341 15 27
VI 200 108 289 397.39 199 139 115 238 353 254 48 115 163 12 0
VII 553 137 325 562.85 102 575 111 305 477 83 49 152 214 0 0
VIII 3,100 72 74 1,267.32 41 1,239 75 79 466 38 37 50 103 0 0
IX 1,800 1,726 129 1,854.32 103 660 825 41 866 131 368 24 410 0 0
X 1,761 869 501 1,369.60 78 1,378 253 175 428 31 156 106 262 4 7
XI 1,065 754 274 1,118.00 105 424 190 90 280 66 117 60 177 0 0
XII 2,000 257 1,266 1,523.05 76 743 86 557 643 87 27 70 97 0 0
CARAGA 260 284 43 327.19 126 444 100 19 119 27 61 11 72 0 0
ARMM 2,222 0 150 149.65 7 692 0 71 71 10 0 23 23 0 0
1_/ Subject to validation
Note: Data for Regions VIII, X, and ARMM is January to September 2010 only
SOURES:
TARGET : DAR's CY 2010 Work Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT : Field Reports - PS Monitoring Form-1a
Table 4a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE 1_/
January to December 2010

REGISTERED LEASEHOLD CONTRACTS LESSEE TURNED INTO

AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF LOs INVOLVED EP/CLOA HOLDER
REGION/PROVINCE TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP
CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL NO. AREA
TARGET TARGET

PHILIPPINES 17,312 5,322.71 5,988.92 12,933.40 75 7,948 2,470 2,922 6,152 77 1,332 1,330 2,855 94 155.59
CAR 10 - - - 0 10 - - - 0 - - - - -
Abra - - - - -
Benguet - - - - -
Ifugao - - - - -
Kalinga - - - - -
Apayao 10 - 0 10 - 0 -
Mt. Province - - - - -
I 450 244.42 197.64 442.05 98 360 126 233 524 146 128 127 285 - -
Ilocos Norte 100 76.21 - 76.21 76 - 77 79 22 22
Ilocos Sur 150 153.15 - 153.15 102 120 154 128 90 90
La Union 100 5.17 95.49 100.66 101 100 45 126 180 180 11 85 126
Pangasinan 100 9.89 102.14 112.03 112 140 4 107 111 79 5 42 47
II 170 134.39 220.79 355.18 209 135 156 164 320 237 94 95 189 - -
Batanes - - - - -
Cagayan 100 98.35 151.06 249.41 249 65 103 114 217 334 49 75 124
Isabela 50 69.74 69.74 139 50 50 50 100 20 20
Nueva Vizcaya 20 36.04 36.04 180 20 53 53 265 45 45
Quirino - - - - -
III 162 - - 310.00 191 97 - - 222 229 - - 116 - -
Aurora - - - - -
Bataan 22 20.00 91 14 23 164 15
Bulacan 30 57.00 190 17 31 182 14
Nueva Ecija-North 50 121.00 242 26 79 304 34
Nueva Ecija-South 60 60.00 100 40 42 105 19
Pampanga - - - - -
Tarlac - 52.00 - 47 34
Zambales - - - - -

1_/ Subject to validation


Note: Data for Regions VIII, X, and ARMM is January to September 2010 only
Total Area, total number of ARBs, total number of LOs do not necessarily tally with their respective ARC and Non-ARC breakdown because no such breakdown was reflected in some provinces to wit:
AREA ARBS LOs
Region III, all provinces 310 Ilocos Norte 2 La Union 30
Negros Oriental 101 Ilocos Sur 154 Region III, all provinces 116
Eastern Samar 113 La Union 9 Negros Oriental 13
Leyte 607 Region III, all provinces 222 Northern Samar 4
Northern Samar 121 Negros Oriental 61 Western Samar 12
Western Samar 279 Leyte 204 Zaboanga del Sur 18
Davao Del Norte 90 Northern Samar 15
Western Samar 93

TOTAL 1,622 760 193


1,622 760.00 193
SOURES:
TARGET : DAR's CY 2010 Work Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT : Field Reports - PS Monitoring Form-1a
REGISTERED LEASEHOLD CONTRACTS LESSEE TURNED INTO

AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF LOs INVOLVED EP/CLOA HOLDER
REGION/PROVINCE TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP
CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL NO. AREA
TARGET TARGET
IV-A 574 274.02 579.70 853.72 149 212 211 369 580 274 138 224 362 60 112.0877
Batangas 100 38.85 128.81 167.66 168 32 27 99 126 394 21 24 45 48 67.3849
Cavite 64 2.50 108.28 110.78 173 26 2 84 86 331 1 53 54 - -
Laguna 80 40.76 92.28 133.03 166 52 118 55 173 333 61 43 104 - -
Quezon I 50 44.00 67.00 111.00 222 22 28 62 90 409 35 57 92 - -
Quezon II 250 142.53 156.32 298.86 120 50 32 48 80 160 16 32 48 12 44.7028
Rizal 30 5.38 27.00 32.39 108 30 4 21 25 83 4 15 19 - -
IV-B 175 152.05 69.95 222.00 127 133 85 43 128 96 28 13 41 3 9.69
Marinduque 70 56.00 22.00 78.00 111 66 28 11 39 59 10 4 14 3 9.69
Occidental Mindoro 50 75.05 19.95 95.00 190 30 50 13 63 210 17 4 21
Oriental Mindoro 55 21.00 28.00 49.00 89 37 7 19 26 70 1 5 6
Palawan - - - - -
Romblon - - - - -
V 2,810 310.61 1,870.47 2,181.08 78 707 137 538 675 95 81 260 341 15 26.63
Albay 267 86.00 146.00 232.00 87 87 29 91 120 138 23 45 68
Camarines Norte 192 71.90 180.44 252.34 131 56 26 52 78 139 8 26 34
Camarines Sur 1,748 4.00 947.00 951.00 54 360 4 247 251 70 3 121 124
Catanduanes 231 91.39 195.14 286.53 124 136 49 61 110 81 25 18 43 15 26.63
Masbate 172 - 205.00 205.00 119 40 - 30 30 75 - 12 12
Sorsogon 200 57.32 196.89 254.21 127 28 29 57 86 307 22 38 60
VI 200 108.20 289.19 397.39 199 139 115 238 353 254 48 115 163 12 -
Aklan 35 45.01 7.00 52.01 149 14 71 12 83 593 31 7 38
Antique 14 6.19 28.00 34.19 244 14 7 24 31 221 4 18 22
Capiz 60 43.00 116.43 159.43 266 40 22 97 119 298 6 43 49
Guimaras 10 - 9.53 9.53 95 10 - 10 10 100 - 4 4
Iloilo 50 4.00 67.93 71.93 144 25 2 52 54 216 4 25 29
Negros Occidental 31 10.00 60.30 70.30 227 36 13 43 56 156 3 18 21 12
VII 553 136.69 325.25 562.85 102 575 111 305 477 83 49 152 214 - -
Bohol 100 69.65 60.27 129.92 130 120 57 75 132 110 33 47 80
Cebu 252 - 231.77 231.77 92 315 - 219 219 70 - 97 97
Negros Oriental 101 100.91 100 40 61 153 13
Siquijor 100 67.04 33.21 100.25 100 100 54 11 65 65 16 8 24
VIII 3,100 71.97 74.48 1,267.32 41 1,239 75 79 466 38 37 50 103 - -
Biliran - - - - -
Eastern Samar 248 7.39 29.49 150.00 60 124 18 49 67 54 23 30 53
Leyte 1,860 607.00 33 620 204 33 -
Northern Samar 248 121.29 49 60 15 25 4
Southern Leyte 248 38.39 39.64 78.03 31 144 31 25 56 39 12 19 31
Western Samar 496 26.20 5.35 311.00 63 291 26 5 124 43 2 1 15
REGISTERED LEASEHOLD CONTRACTS LESSEE TURNED INTO

AREA PLACED UNDER LEASEHOLD (HA) NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF LOs INVOLVED EP/CLOA HOLDER
REGION/PROVINCE TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP TARGET ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMP
CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL VS CY 2010 IN ARCs IN NON-ARCs TOTAL NO. AREA
TARGET TARGET
IX 1,800 1,725.77 128.55 1,854.32 103 660 825 41 866 131 368 24 410 - -
Zamboanga del Norte 600 259.53 90.55 350.07 58 240 125 34 159 66 66 13 79
Zamboanga Sibugay 600 571.41 38.00 609.41 102 200 255 7 262 131 73 3 76
Zamboanga del Sur 600 894.84 - 894.84 149 220 445 - 445 202 229 8 255
X 1,761 868.98 500.62 1,369.60 78 1,378 253 175 428 31 156 106 262 4 7.1877
Bukidnon 500 416.95 102.41 519.36 104 400 111 28 139 35 74 18 92
Camiguin 69 50.97 0.16 51.13 74 58 19 1 20 34 11 1 12 4 7.1877
Lanao Norte 150 39.30 10.90 50.20 33 80 14 9 23 29 11 8 19
Misamis Occidental 942 319.43 329.39 648.82 69 784 97 115 212 27 57 68 125
Misamis Oriental 100 42.34 57.75 100.08 100 56 12 22 34 61 3 11 14
XI 1,065 754.00 274.00 1,118.00 105 424 190 90 280 66 117 60 177 - -
Compostela Valley 288 297.00 - 297.00 103 96 78 - 78 81 45 45
Davao City 51 43.00 14.00 57.00 112 17 14 5 19 112 12 3 15
Davao Del Sur 288 127.00 165.00 292.00 101 165 58 60 118 72 25 40 65
Davao Oriental 150 97.00 71.00 168.00 112 50 7 10 17 34 9 10 19
Davao Del Norte 288 190.00 24.00 304.00 106 96 33 15 48 50 26 7 33
XII 2,000 257.34 1,265.72 1,523.05 76 743 86 557 643 87 27 70 97 - -
North Cotabato 500 628.19 628.19 126 168 334 334 199 1 1
Sarangani 500 107.90 142.99 250.89 50 175 21 40 61 35 11 10 21
South Cotabato 500 20.00 45.00 65.00 13 200 - 0 -
Sultan Kudarat 500 129.44 449.54 578.98 116 200 65 183 248 124 16 59 75
CARAGA 260 284.27 42.91 327.19 126 444 100 19 119 27 61 11 72 - -
Agusan Norte 60 31.00 32.91 63.92 107 36 21 15 36 100 10 9 19
Agusan Sur - 3.75 - 3.75 - 4 - 4 1 - 1
Surigao Norte 100 175.52 - 175.52 176 72 47 - 47 65 32 - 32
Surigao Sur 100 74.00 10.00 84.00 84 336 28 4 32 10 18 2 20
Dinagat Island - - - - - - - - - - -
ARMM 2,222 - 149.65 149.65 7 692 - 71 71 10 - 23 23 - -
Basilan - - - - -
Lanao Sur 1,000 - 0 333 - 0 -
Maguindanao 179 - 0 90 - 0 -
Sulu 1,043 149.65 149.65 14 269 71 71 26 23 23
Tawi-Tawi - - - - -
Table 4b
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS, BY REGION 1_/
1964 to December 2010

CUM EO 2009 CY 2010 CUM EO CY 2010


REGION
AREA (HA) NO. OF ARBs AREA (HA) NO. OF ARBs AREA (HA) NO. OF ARBs

PHILIPPINES 1,698,341 1,196,653 12,933 6,152 1,711,274 1,202,805


CAR 1,791 3,015 - - 1,791 3,015
I 150,957 219,916 442 524 151,399 220,440
II 88,843 66,048 355 320 89,198 66,368
III 160,271 101,494 310 222 160,581 101,716
IV 160,025 102,956 1,076 708 161,101 103,664
V 67,000 48,928 2,181 675 69,181 49,603
VI 123,529 108,053 397 353 123,926 108,406
VII 74,940 99,750 563 477 75,503 100,227
VIII 221,078 106,533 1,267 466 222,346 106,999
IX 142,407 104,294 1,854 866 144,262 105,160
X 214,223 102,684 1,370 428 215,593 103,112
XI 180,573 79,673 1,118 280 181,691 79,953
XII 94,875 45,976 1,523 643 96,398 46,619
CARAGA 6,393 2,277 327 119 6,720 2,396
ARMM 11,436 5,056 150 71 11,586 5,127
1_/ Subject to validation.
Table 5
STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS, BY REGION
January to December 2010

OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS


TOTAL
(AREA IN HA.) (AREA IN HA.)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG

PHILIPPINES 8,639 1,081 13 7,558 17,486 1,897 11 15,589 26,125 2,978 11 23,147

CAR 67 0 0 67 144 0 0 144 211 - 0 211


I 166 0 0 166 0 0 0 166 - 0 166
II 650 0 0 650 859 47 5 812 1,509 47 3 1,462
III 227 10 4 217 377 703 187 -326 604 713 118 -109
IV-A 56 0 0 56 149 0 0 149 205 - 0 205
IV-B 306 0 0 306 364 16 4 348 670 16 2 654
V 1,203 127 11 1,076 1,658 120 7 1,538 2,861 246 9 2,615
VI 2,034 197 10 1,837 5,175 210 4 4,965 7,209 407 6 6,802
VII 787 339 43 448 865 310 36 555 1,652 648 39 1,004
VIII 1,288 13 1 1,275 554 0 0 554 1,842 13 1 1,829
IX 622 0 0 622 1,984 156 8 1,828 2,606 156 6 2,450
X 365 286 78 79 700 0 0 700 1,065 286 27 779
XI 293 108 37 185 541 0 0 541 834 108 13 726
XII 107 0 0 107 2,118 29 1 2,089 2,225 29 1 2,196
CARAGA 296 1 0 295 1,998 306 15 1,692 2,294 307 13 1,987
ARMM 172 0 0 172 0 0 0 172 - 0 172
SOURCES:
Target: DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan, Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment: Field Operations Office (FOO)
Table 5a
STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS, BY PROVINCE
January to December 2010

OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS


TOTAL
(AREA IN HA.) (AREA IN HA.)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG

PHILIPPINES 8,639 1,081 13 7,558 17,486 1,897 11 15,589 26,125 2,978 11 23,147

CAR 67 0 0 67 144 0 0 144 211 - 0 211


Abra 0 0 - - 0
Apayao 0 0 - - 0
Benguet 0 0 - - 0
Ifugao 67 0 67 0 67 - 0 67
Kalinga 0 144 0 144 144 - 0 144
Mt. Province 0 0 - - 0
I 166 0 0 166 0 0 0 166 - 0 166
Ilocos Norte 166 0 166 0 166 - 0 166
Ilocos Sur 0 0 - - 0
La Union 0 0 - - 0
Pangasinan 0 0 - - 0
II 650 0 0 650 859 47 5 812 1,509 47 3 1,462
Batanes 0 0 - - 0
Cagayan 300 0 300 542 0 542 842 - 0 842
Isabela 350 0 350 254 47 18 207 604 47 8 557
Nueva Vizcaya 0 24 0 24 24 - 0 24
Quirino 0 39 0 39 39 - 0 39
III 227 10 4 217 377 703 187 -326 604 713 118 -109
Aurora 0 104 49 47 55 104 49 47 55
Bataan 0 213 135 64 78 213 135 64 78
Bulacan 100 0 100 20 0 20 120 - 0 120
Nueva Ecija-North 40 3 7 37 0 40 3 7 37
Nueva Ecija-South 54 6 12 48 7 6 91 1 61 13 21 48
Pampanga 0 0 - - 0
Tarlac 14 0 14 0 14 - 0 14
Zambales 19 1 5 18 33 513 1,553 -480 52 514 988 -462
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS
TOTAL
(AREA IN HA.) (AREA IN HA.)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG

IV-A 56 0 0 56 149 0 0 149 205 - 0 205


Batangas 14 0 14 36 0 36 50 - 0 50
Cavite 0 11 0 11 11 - 0 11
Laguna 27 0 27 2 0 2 29 - 0 29
Quezon I 10 0 10 40 0 40 50 - 0 50
Quezon II 0 50 0 50 50 - 0 50
Rizal 5 0 5 10 0 10 15 - 0 15
IV-B 306 0 0 306 364 16 4 348 670 16 2 654
Marinduque 171 0 171 25 0 25 196 - 0 196
Occidental Mindoro 0 170 16 10 154 170 16 10 154
Oriental Mindoro 0 0 - - 0
Palawan 135 0 135 0 135 - 0 135
Romblon 0 169 0 169 169 - 0 169
V 1,203 127 11 1,076 1,658 120 7 1,538 2,861 246 9 2,615
Albay 490 126 26 364 569 50 9 519 1,059 176 17 883
Camarines Norte 61 0 61 53 6 12 47 114 6 6 108
Camarines Sur 392 0 392 352 0 352 744 - 0 744
Catanduanes 11 0 11 18 22 122 -4 29 22 76 7
Masbate 216 1 0 215 499 33 7 466 715 34 5 681
Sorsogon 33 0 33 167 7 4 160 200 7 4 193
VI 2,034 197 10 1,837 5,175 210 4 4,965 7,209 407 6 6,802
Aklan 0 216 57 26 159 216 57 26 159
Antique 43 52 120 -9 7 0 7 50 52 104 -2
Capiz 341 7 2 334 887 15 2 872 1,228 22 2 1,206
Guimaras 120 0 120 7 0 7 127 - 0 127
Iloilo 765 0 765 1,095 19 2 1,076 1,860 19 1 1,841
Negros Occidental 765 138 18 627 2,963 119 4 2,844 3,728 258 7 3,470
VII 787 339 43 448 865 310 36 555 1,652 648 39 1,004
Bohol 126 0 126 126 0 126 252 - 0 252
Cebu 468 303 65 165 32 19 59 13 500 322 64 178
Negros Oriental 193 36 18 157 707 291 41 416 900 326 36 574
Siquijor 0 0 0 - - 0
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS
TOTAL
(AREA IN HA.) (AREA IN HA.)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG

VIII 1,288 13 1 1,275 554 0 0 554 1,842 13 1 1,829


Biliran 87 0 87 24 0 24 111 - 0 111
Eastern Samar 11 0 11 25 0 25 36 - 0 36
Leyte 619 13 2 606 105 0 105 724 13 2 711
Northern Samar 59 0 59 180 0 180 239 - 0 239
Samar 461 0 461 198 0 198 659 - 0 659
Southern Leyte 51 0 51 22 0 22 73 - 0 73
IX 622 0 0 622 1,984 156 8 1,828 2,606 156 6 2,450
Sibugay 110 0 110 622 24 4 598 732 24 3 708
Zamboanga del Norte 16 0 16 415 6 1 409 431 6 1 425
Zamboanga Sur 496 0 496 947 126 13 821 1,443 126 9 1,317
X 365 286 78 79 700 0 0 700 1,065 286 27 779
Bukidnon - North 24 158 658 -134 297 0 297 321 158 49 163
Bukidnon - South 116 0 116 255 0 255 371 - 0 371
Camiguin 0 0 0 - - 0
Lanao Norte 48 0 48 17 0 17 65 - 0 65
Misamis Occidental 162 0 162 0 0 162 - 0 162
Misamis Oriental 15 128 853 -113 131 0 131 146 128 88 18
XI 293 108 37 185 541 0 0 541 834 108 13 726
Compostela Valley 88 108 123 -20 20 0 20 108 108 100 0
Davao City 30 0 30 37 0 37 67 - 0 67
Davao Norte 0 0 392 0 392 392 - 0 392
Davao Oriental 0 0 92 0 92 92 - 0 92
Davao Sur 175 0 175 0 175 - 0 175
XII 107 0 0 107 2,118 29 1 2,089 2,225 29 1 2,196
North Cotabato 0 0 1,584 29 2 1,555 1,584 29 2 1,555
Saranggani 37 0 37 213 0 213 250 - 0 250
South Cotabato 0 0 0 0 - - 0
Sultan Kudarat 70 0 70 321 0 321 391 - 0 391
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS
TOTAL
(AREA IN HA.) (AREA IN HA.)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG TARGET ACCOMP % ACCOMP BACKLOG

CARAGA 296 1 0 295 1,998 306 15 1,692 2,294 307 13 1,987


Agusan Norte 3 0 3 115 14 12 101 118 14 12 104
Agusan Sur 50 0 50 1,460 292 20 1,168 1,510 292 19 1,218
Surigao Norte 176 1 0 175 62 0 62 238 1 0 237
Surigao Sur 67 0 67 361 0 361 428 - 0 428
Prov. Of Dinagat 0 0 0 - - 0
ARMM 172 0 0 172 0 0 0 172 - 0 172
Basilan 0 0 0 - - 0
Lanao Sur 0 0 0 - - 0
Maguindanao 172 0 172 0 172 - 0 172
Sulu 0 0 0 - - 0
Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0 - - 0
SOURCES:
Target: DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan, Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment: Field Operations Office (FOO)
Table 5b
STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS, BY REGION
As of December 2010

OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL

REGION LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR LANDHOLDIN DNYD FOR
REDOCU- REDOCU- REDOCU-
MAGNITUDE G SHIFTED TO REDOCU- % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE G SHIFTED TO REDOCU- % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE G SHIFTED TO REDOCU- % ACCOMP BALANCE
MENTED MENTED MENTED
DPS MENTATION VLT MENTATION DPS/VLT MENTATION

PHILIPPINES 56,498 2,953 53,545 19,663 37 33,882 77,730 332 77,398 26,590 34 50,808 134,228 3,285 130,943 46,252 35 84,691

CAR 56 0 56 18 32 38 800 0 800 44 5 756 856 0 856 62 7 794

I 1,754 807 947 1,128 119 -181 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,754 807 947 1,128 119 -181

II 7,361 241 7,120 620 9 6,500 8,675 20 8,655 3,579 41 5,076 16,036 261 15,775 4,199 27 11,576
III 1,593 673 920 1,757 191 -838 1,082 134 948 1,273 134 -325 2,675 807 1,868 3,031 162 -1,163

IV-A 2,014 38 1,976 346 18 1,630 1,626 0 1,626 674 41 952 3,640 38 3,602 1,020 28 2,582
IV-B 2,877 0 2,877 326 11 2,551 4,284 0 4,284 2,411 56 1,874 7,162 0 7,162 2,737 38 4,425

V 10,928 484 10,444 4,268 41 6,176 7,433 38 7,395 3,627 49 3,768 18,361 522 17,839 7,895 44 9,944

VI 9,997 80 9,916 4,452 45 5,464 19,032 52 18,979 3,760 20 15,219 29,028 133 28,896 8,213 28 20,683
VII 1,432 0 1,432 856 60 576 2,218 0 2,218 1,439 65 779 3,650 0 3,650 2,295 63 1,355
VIII 5,484 253 5,230 844 16 4,386 1,504 0 1,504 654 43 850 6,988 253 6,734 1,498 22 5,236

IX 1,156 234 922 81 9 841 3,720 0 3,720 1,610 43 2,110 4,876 234 4,642 1,691 36 2,951

X 3,848 0 3,848 1,197 31 2,651 5,665 0 5,665 348 6 5,316 9,513 0 9,513 1,546 16 7,967
XI 4,936 1 4,935 2,591 53 2,344 1,230 0 1,230 640 52 590 6,166 1 6,165 3,231 52 2,934
XII 762 98 664 364 55 300 11,809 4 11,805 3,531 30 8,274 12,571 102 12,469 3,894 31 8,574

CARAGA 2,150 43 2,107 813 39 1,294 6,332 85 6,247 2,614 42 3,633 8,482 128 8,354 3,427 41 4,927

ARMM 150 0 150 0 0 150 2,320 0 2,320 384 17 1,937 2,471 0 2,471 384 16 2,087

SOURCES:
Target: DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan, Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment: Field Operations Office (FOO)
Table 5c
STATUS OF REDOCUMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED (DNYD) LANDS, BY PROVINCE
As of December 2010

OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL

REGION/PROVINCE DNYD FOR DNYD FOR LANDHOLDING DNYD FOR


LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % REDOCU- %
MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE SHIFTED TO REDOCU- BALANCE
SHIFTED TO DPS MENTED ACCOMP SHIFTED TO VLT MENTED ACCOMP MENTED ACCOMP
MENTATION MENTATION DPS/VLT MENTATION

PHILIPPINES 56,498 2,953 53,545 19,663 37 33,882 77,730 332 77,398 26,590 34 50,808 134,228 3,285 130,943 46,252 35 84,691

CAR 56 0 56 18 32 38 800 0 800 44 5 756 856 0 856 62 7 794

Abra 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 603 -7 1 0 1 8 603 -7


Apayao 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Benguet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ifugao 50 0 50 18 36 32 311 0 311 33 11 278 361 0 361 51 14 309
Kalinga 6 0 6 0 0 6 488 488 2 1 485 494 0 494 2 1 491

Mt. Province 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

I 1,754 807 947 1,128 119 -181 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,754 807 947 1,128 119 -181
Ilocos Norte 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ilocos Sur 32 22 10 2 15 9 0 0 0 0 0 32 22 10 2 15 9
La Union 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pangasinan 1,722 785 937 1,127 120 -190 0 0 0 0 0 1,722 785 937 1,127 120 -190

II 7,361 241 7,120 620 9 6,500 8,675 20 8,655 3,579 41 5,076 16,036 261 15,775 4,199 27 11,576

Batanes 0 0 0 2 -2 0 0 0 3,287 -3,287 0 0 0 3,289 -3,289

Cagayan 2,373 92 2,281 252 11 2,030 3,385 3,385 246 7 3,140 5,759 92 5,667 497 9 5,169
Isabela 4,712 149 4,563 258 6 4,305 4,992 3 4,989 0 0 4,989 9,704 152 9,552 258 3 9,294
Nueva Vizcaya 258 0 258 91 35 167 232 17 215 30 14 184 490 17 473 121 26 352

Quirino 17 0 17 17 100 0 66 0 66 16 24 50 84 0 84 33 40 50

III 1,593 673 920 1,757 191 -838 1,082 134 948 1,273 134 -325 2,675 807 1,868 3,031 162 -1,163

Aurora 14 14 0 165 -165 108 2 106 349 330 -243 121 16 106 514 486 -408
Bataan 12 5 7 17 237 -10 527 131 396 199 50 197 540 136 404 216 54 187

Bulacan 567 371 195 347 178 -152 77 0 77 75 97 2 643 371 272 422 155 -149

Nueva Ecija-North 666 90 576 520 90 56 0 0 0 65 -65 666 90 576 585 102 -9
Nueva Ecija-South 128 86 42 146 351 -105 6 1 6 30 544 -24 134 87 47 176 373 -129

Pampanga 80 65 15 333 2,184 -318 0 0 0 0 0 80 65 15 333 2,184 -318

Tarlac 73 40 34 195 575 -161 0 0 0 0 0 73 40 34 195 575 -161

Zambales 53 3 50 34 68 16 364 0 364 556 153 -191 417 3 414 589 142 -175
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL

REGION/PROVINCE DNYD FOR DNYD FOR LANDHOLDING DNYD FOR


LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % REDOCU- %
MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE SHIFTED TO REDOCU- BALANCE
SHIFTED TO DPS MENTED ACCOMP SHIFTED TO VLT MENTED ACCOMP MENTED ACCOMP
MENTATION MENTATION DPS/VLT MENTATION

IV-A 2,014 38 1,976 346 18 1,630 1,626 0 1,626 674 41 952 3,640 38 3,602 1,020 28 2,582
Batangas 448 0 448 204 45 245 320 320 190 59 130 768 0 768 394 51 375

Cavite 221 0 221 46 21 175 236 236 152 64 84 457 0 457 198 43 259
Laguna 104 38 67 6 10 60 29 29 124 434 -96 133 38 95 131 137 -36
Quezon I 159 0 159 59 37 100 162 162 31 19 131 321 0 321 90 28 231

Quezon II 78 0 0 0 271 271 75 28 196 349 0 271 75 28 196


Rizal 1,004 0 1,004 31 3 973 608 608 101 17 507 1,612 0 1,612 132 8 1,479
IV-B 2,877 0 2,877 326 11 2,551 4,284 0 4,284 2,411 56 1,874 7,162 0 7,162 2,737 38 4,425

Marinduque 35 0 35 5 15 30 20 20 0 0 20 56 0 56 5 9 51

Occidental Mindoro 2,473 2,473 257 10 2,216 1,306 1,306 588 45 718 3,779 0 3,779 845 22 2,934

Oriental Mindoro 156 0 156 24 15 132 2,166 2,166 589 27 1,578 2,322 0 2,322 613 26 1,710
Palawan 0 0 0 13 -13 517 517 957 185 -441 517 0 517 970 188 -453
Romblon 213 0 213 28 13 185 275 275 277 100 -1 488 0 488 305 62 184

V 10,928 484 10,444 4,268 41 6,176 7,433 38 7,395 3,627 49 3,768 18,361 522 17,839 7,895 44 9,944

Albay 3,826 3,826 3,561 93 265 2,122 0 2,122 864 41 1,258 5,948 0 5,948 4,425 74 1,523

Camarines Norte 677 276 401 268 67 133 248 38 211 1,249 593 -1,038 925 314 612 1,517 248 -905

Camarines Sur 3,981 3,981 252 6 3,729 3,134 0 3,134 11 0 3,123 7,115 0 7,115 263 4 6,852
Catanduanes 27 10 18 10 56 8 120 0 120 656 549 -537 147 10 137 666 485 -529

Masbate 1,135 24 1,111 173 16 938 1,323 0 1,323 163 12 1,160 2,458 24 2,434 337 14 2,098
Sorsogon 1,282 175 1,107 3 0 1,103 486 0 486 684 141 -198 1,768 175 1,593 687 43 905

VI 9,997 80 9,916 4,452 45 5,464 19,032 52 18,979 3,760 20 15,219 29,028 133 28,896 8,213 28 20,683

Aklan 84 3 81 84 104 -3 845 47 798 224 28 574 929 50 879 308 35 571

Antique 419 419 133 32 287 13 0 13 190 1,406 -176 433 0 433 322 74 111

Capiz 2,341 2 2,339 755 32 1,584 2,264 0 2,264 444 20 1,820 4,605 2 4,603 1,199 26 3,404
Guimaras 346 64 282 542 192 -260 58 0 58 39 66 19 404 64 340 581 171 -241

Iloilo 2,700 2,700 619 23 2,082 2,499 5 2,494 824 33 1,670 5,199 5 5,194 1,443 28 3,751

Negros Occidental 4,106 12 4,094 2,320 57 1,775 13,352 0 13,352 2,041 15 11,312 17,459 12 17,447 4,360 25 13,086
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL

REGION/PROVINCE DNYD FOR DNYD FOR LANDHOLDING DNYD FOR


LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % REDOCU- %
MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE SHIFTED TO REDOCU- BALANCE
SHIFTED TO DPS MENTED ACCOMP SHIFTED TO VLT MENTED ACCOMP MENTED ACCOMP
MENTATION MENTATION DPS/VLT MENTATION

VII 1,432 0 1,432 856 60 576 2,218 0 2,218 1,439 65 779 3,650 0 3,650 2,295 63 1,355
Bohol 128 0 128 29 22 100 448 0 448 559 125 -110 576 0 576 587 102 -11

Cebu 1,020 1,020 655 64 365 105 0 105 48 46 57 1,125 0 1,125 703 62 422
Negros Oriental 284 0 284 173 61 112 1,649 0 1,649 817 50 832 1,933 0 1,933 990 51 943
Siquijor 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 15 15 100 0 15 0 15 15 100 0

VIII 5,484 253 5,230 844 16 4,386 1,504 0 1,504 654 43 850 6,988 253 6,734 1,498 22 5,236
Biliran 359 88 271 161 60 109 24 24 0 0 24 383 88 295 161 55 133
Eastern Samar 259 44 216 0 0 216 64 64 11 17 54 324 44 280 11 4 269

Leyte 3,198 0 3,198 499 16 2,699 466 466 280 60 186 3,664 0 3,664 780 21 2,885

Northern Samar 319 45 274 177 65 97 369 369 145 39 223 688 45 643 322 50 320

Southern Leyte 182 76 106 6 6 100 47 47 37 79 10 229 76 153 43 28 109


Western Samar 1,165 1,165 0 0 1,165 535 535 180 34 354 1,700 0 1,700 180 11 1,519
IX 1,156 234 922 81 9 841 3,720 0 3,720 1,610 43 2,110 4,876 234 4,642 1,691 36 2,951

Sibugay 419 0 419 0 0 419 805 805 334 41 472 1,224 0 1,224 334 27 890

Zamboanga del Norte 126 88 39 29 74 10 467 467 19 4 448 594 88 506 48 9 458

Zamboanga Sur 611 146 464 52 11 412 2,448 2,448 1,257 51 1,190 3,058 146 2,912 1,310 45 1,602

X 3,848 0 3,848 1,197 31 2,651 5,665 0 5,665 348 6 5,316 9,513 0 9,513 1,546 16 7,967
North Bukidnon 932 932 910 98 22 273 273 179 66 93 1,205 0 1,205 1,089 90 116

South Bukidnon 375 0 375 147 39 228 484 484 84 17 400 859 0 859 232 27 627
Camiguin 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 4 0 0 4

Lanao Norte 1,158 1,158 0 0 1,158 3,684 3,684 64 2 3,620 4,842 0 4,842 64 1 4,778

Misamis Occidental 254 254 0 0 254 72 72 0 0 72 326 0 326 0 0 326

Misamis Oriental 1,128 0 1,128 140 12 988 1,149 1,149 21 2 1,127 2,277 0 2,277 161 7 2,115
OLT LANDHOLDINGS GFI LANDHOLDINGS TOTAL

REGION/PROVINCE DNYD FOR DNYD FOR LANDHOLDING DNYD FOR


LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % LANDHOLDING REDOCU- % REDOCU- %
MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE REDOCU- BALANCE MAGNITUDE SHIFTED TO REDOCU- BALANCE
SHIFTED TO DPS MENTED ACCOMP SHIFTED TO VLT MENTED ACCOMP MENTED ACCOMP
MENTATION MENTATION DPS/VLT MENTATION

XI 4,936 1 4,935 2,591 53 2,344 1,230 0 1,230 640 52 590 6,166 1 6,165 3,231 52 2,934
Compostela Valley 1,502 0 1,502 1,318 88 184 233 0 233 106 46 127 1,734 0 1,734 1,424 82 310

Davao City 370 1 369 140 38 229 264 0 264 0 0 264 633 1 633 140 22 493
Davao Norte 1,807 0 1,807 1,088 60 719 467 0 467 400 86 67 2,273 0 2,273 1,488 65 786
Davao del Sur 600 0 600 12 2 588 104 0 104 94 90 10 704 0 704 106 15 598

Davao Oriental 658 0 658 33 5 625 163 0 163 41 25 123 821 0 821 74 9 747
XII 762 98 664 364 55 300 11,809 4 11,805 3,531 30 8,274 12,571 102 12,469 3,894 31 8,574
North Cotabato 202 0 202 5 2 197 8,530 0 8,530 2,474 29 6,056 8,732 0 8,732 2,479 28 6,253

Saranggani 349 45 304 227 75 77 720 0 720 279 39 441 1,069 45 1,024 506 49 518

South Cotabato 17 0 17 17 100 0 288 0 288 220 76 68 305 0 305 237 78 68

Sultan Kudarat 194 53 141 115 82 26 2,271 4 2,267 557 25 1,710 2,465 57 2,408 672 28 1,735
CARAGA 2,150 43 2,107 813 39 1,294 6,332 85 6,247 2,614 42 3,633 8,482 128 8,354 3,427 41 4,927
Agusan Norte 143 5 139 56 40 83 212 0 212 367 173 -154 356 5 351 423 120 -72

Agusan Sur 1,629 0 1,629 656 40 972 5,572 0 5,572 1,722 31 3,849 7,200 0 7,200 2,379 33 4,822

Surigao Norte 208 37 172 1 0 171 52 57 -6 0 0 -6 260 94 166 1 1 165

Surigao Sur 169 1 168 100 60 68 496 28 469 525 112 -57 665 29 637 625 98 11

Prov. of Dinagat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ARMM 150 0 150 0 0 150 2,320 0 2,320 384 17 1,937 2,471 0 2,471 384 16 2,087

Basilan 128 0 128 0 128 95 95 0 0 95 223 0 223 0 0 223


Lanao Sur 0 0 0 0 2,071 2,071 0 0 2,071 2,071 0 2,071 0 0 2,071

Maguindanao 22 22 0 22 154 154 384 249 -229 177 0 177 384 217 -207

Shariff 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tawi-Tawi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOURCES:
Target: DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan, Planning Service
Accomplishment: Field Operations Office (FOO)
Table 6
STATUS OF CY 2010-FUNDED SURVEY PROJECTS OF COLLECTIVE CLOA, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE, IN HECTARES
January to Decemebr 2010

2010 FUNDED
CY 2010 TARGET SURVEY RETURNS WITH APPROVED BALANCE VS
REGION / PROVINCE MODULED
(ASP IN HA) TRANSMITTED SURVEY PLANS TARGET
(HA)
TO LMS (HA) (HA) (W/ ASP)

PHILIPPINES 62,420 60,054 31,192 15,260 48,634


CAR 2,779 1,100 165 2 2,777
Abra 929 0 0 0 929
Apayao 129 153 0 0 129
Benguet 345 163 163 0 345
Ifugao 500 0 0 0 500
Kalinga 172 70 3 2 170
Mt. Province 704 714 0 0 704
I 2,545 1,709 1,258 785 1,935
Ilocos Norte 448 10 10 2 446
Ilocos Sur 448 729 278 159 289
La Union 1,200 0 0 0 1,200
Pangasinan 449 971 971 624 0
II 2,029 4,541 4,541 2,613 578
Batanes 0 0 0 0 0
Cagayan 623 57 57 45 578
Isabela 445 1,731 1,731 983 0
Nueva Vizcaya 961 2,752 2,752 1,584 0
Quirino 0 0 0 0 0
III 1,195 2,409 216 143 1,054
Aurora 115 72 31 21 94
Bataan 72 49 23 4 68
Bulacan 48 1,613 7 4 44
Nueva Ecija-North 335 281 64 58 277
Nueva Ecija-South 281 54 21 0 281
Pampanga 54 240 66 55 0
Tarlac 240 50 0 0 240
Zambales 50 50 5 0 50
IV - A 1,757 430 93 42 1,715
Batangas 300 120 0 0 300
Cavite 146 0 0 0 146
Laguna 422 2 2 0 422
Quezon I 300 304 88 41 259
Quezon II 500 0 0 0 500
Rizal 89 4 2 1 88
2010 FUNDED
CY 2010 TARGET SURVEY RETURNS WITH APPROVED BALANCE VS
REGION / PROVINCE MODULED
(ASP IN HA) TRANSMITTED SURVEY PLANS TARGET
(HA)
TO LMS (HA) (HA) (W/ ASP)

IV - B 483 1,274 277 255 353


Marinduque 100 1,000 247 225 0
Occidental Mindoro 100 0 0 0 100
Oriental Mindoro 0 0 0 0 0
Palawan 51 223 30 30 21
Romblon 232 51 0 0 232
V 2,202 1,895 85 0 2,202
Albay 308 0 0 0 308
Camarines Norte 154 1,682 0 0 154
Camarines Sur 661 23 23 0 661
Catanduanes 66 74 1 0 66
Masbate 793 59 58 0 793
Sorsogon 220 57 3 0 220
VI 2,682 2,579 137 69 2,613
Aklan 240 241 0 0 240
Antique 242 243 0 0 242
Capiz 500 399 2 2 498
Guimaras 200 188 26 8 192
Iloilo 500 412 32 32 468
Negros Occidental 1,000 1,096 76 26 974
VII 3,242 3,057 2,397 1,178 2,064
Bohol 1,400 1,440 1,413 431 969
Cebu 700 542 21 16 684
Negros Oriental 900 974 914 691 209
Siquijor 242 100 49 40 202
VIII 13,353 12,258 3,504 2,303 11,050
Biliran 417 418 94 50 367
Eastern Samar 2,703 2,703 1,983 1,635 1,068
Leyte 4,855 4,168 96 57 4,798
Northern Samar 1,971 1,020 0 0 1,971
Western Samar 2,643 1,911 303 268 2,375
Southern Leyte 764 2,038 1,029 294 470
2010 FUNDED
CY 2010 TARGET SURVEY RETURNS WITH APPROVED BALANCE VS
REGION / PROVINCE MODULED
(ASP IN HA) TRANSMITTED SURVEY PLANS TARGET
(HA)
TO LMS (HA) (HA) (W/ ASP)

IX 2,403 1,547 1,376 410 1,993


Zamboanga Norte 800 636 712 227 573
Zamboanga Sur 603 309 235 30 573
Zamboanga Sibugay 1,000 603 429 153 847
X 7,885 7,637 2,949 130 7,755
Bukidnon 4,059 4,257 1,249 55 4,004
Camiguin 232 7 7 0 232
Misamis Occidental 315 69 46 16 299
Misamis Oriental 759 1,265 188 60 699
Lanao del Norte 2,520 2,040 1,460 0 2,520
XI 4,345 4,463 3,096 939 3,406
Davao City 261 118 55 9 252
Davao del Norte 1,021 1,052 816 372 649
Davao del Sur 1_/ 1,021 1,224 705 32 989
Davao Oriental 1,021 1,032 775 127 894
Compostela Valley 1,021 1,038 744 398 623
XII 5,020 5,033 2,456 2,255 2,765
North Cotabato 2,259 2,259 0 0 2,259
Sultan Kudarat 1,807 1,807 1,810 1,800 7
South Cotabato 602 615 615 448 154
Sarangani 352 352 31 7 345
CARAGA 7,955 6,429 5,654 3,671 4,294
Agusan Norte 600 628 315 183 417
Agusan Sur 2,700 1,805 1,492 416 2,284
Surigao Norte 2,216 2,270 2,270 2,227 0
Surigao Sur 2,000 1,286 1,137 407 1,593
Dinagat Islands 439 439 439 439 0
ARMM 2,545 3,693 2,989 465 2,080
Basilan 250 250 250 0 250
Lanao del Sur 845 465 465 465 380
Maguindanao 635 1,720 1,720 0 635
Sulu 535 535 0 0 535
Tawi-Tawi 280 723 554 0 280

SOURCES:
Target : DAR CY 2010 Work & Financial Plan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : National Consolidated Land Survey Report - Bureau of Land Development (BLD)
Table 6a
STATUS OF SURVEY PROJECTS OF COLLECTIVE CLOAS, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE, IN HECTARES
As of December 2010

NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION


COLLECTIVE BALANCE VS.
TITLE ISSUED TO CUMULATIVE
REGION/ COLLECTIVE CLOA SURVEY NOT VLT TITLE ISSUED TO CLOA (NET) % COLL. CLOA
FARMERS ACCOMP.
PROVINCE MAGNITUDE NEEDED CO-OWNERSHIP COOPERATIVE SUB-TOTAL PRIORITIZED FOR ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO
ORGANIZATION (FOF3)
(FOF3) (CLOAIS) (CLOAIS) SUBDIVISION BE SUBDIVIDED
(CLOAIS)

PHILIPPINES 2,374,566 97,775 386,787 400,865 108,377 993,803 1,399,945 535,390 38 924,343

CAR 63,880 7,577 13,028 2 6 20,613 43,267 14,942 35 28,325


Abra 18,180 974 6,199 0 0 7,173 11,007 1,835 17 9,172
Apayao 4,348 23 1,087 0 0 1,109 3,239 1,609 50 1,630
Benguet 12,754 5,476 470 2 6 5,954 6,800 3,246 48 3,554
Ifugao 12,744 63 4,287 0 0 4,349 8,395 5,028 60 3,367
Kalinga 7,969 0 964 0 0 964 7,004 1,683 24 5,321
Mt. Province 7,885 1,042 22 0 0 1,063 6,822 1,541 23 5,281
I 71,265 339 49,949 1,976 82 52,346 18,919 1,727 9 17,193
Ilocos Norte 20,967 0 20,799 163 0 20,962 6 0 0 6
Ilocos Sur 14,432 0 11,737 1,803 0 13,540 892 47 5 845
La Union 11,144 339 3,070 0 9 3,418 7,726 1,680 22 6,047
Pangasinan 24,722 0 14,343 10 73 14,427 10,295 0 0 10,295
II 197,816 489 2,544 155,503 423 158,959 38,857 36,834 95 21,139
Batanes 410 0 80 322 8 410 0 172 0 0
Cagayan 63,295 0 578 41,331 1 41,910 21,385 11,234 53 10,150
Isabela 53,990 489 1,145 45,993 403 48,030 5,960 10,237 172
Nueva Vizcaya 61,225 0 70 61,154 2 61,225 0 14,668 0
Quirino 18,895 0 672 6,703 9 7,384 11,512 523 5 10,989
III 74,647 10,563 16,336 3,660 10,289 40,849 33,798 12,843 38 20,955
Aurora 4,741 211 2,541 104 0 2,856 1,885 1,500 80 385
Bataan 9,713 3,892 2,597 0 0 6,490 3,223 429 13 2,794
Bulacan 4,726 0 767 25 37 829 3,897 1,471 38 2,426
Nueva Ecija-North 13,276 0 3,609 110 3,527 7,246 6,030 3,426 57 2,604
Nueva Ecija-South 15,470 0 1,154 571 6,697 8,421 7,049 2,800 40 4,249
Pampanga 2,536 0 290 45 0 335 2,201 1,847 84 354
Tarlac 7,100 467 1,511 2,734 28 4,740 2,360 826 35 1,534
Zambales 17,085 5,993 3,867 71 1 9,932 7,153 544 8 6,609
IV-A 54,644 0 14,635 17,802 467 32,904 21,740 10,916 50 13,070
Batangas 13,540 0 1,280 2,314 0 3,594 9,946 2,948 30 6,998
Cavite 4,403 0 1,524 2,170 452 4,146 257 0 0 257
Laguna 8,807 0 3,143 721 8 3,872 4,935 2,502 51 2,433
Quezon I 9,775 0 6,381 585 2 6,968 2,808 264 9 2,543
Quezon II 15,089 0 1,759 11,891 3 13,653 1,436 3,681 256 0
Rizal 3,030 0 546 121 4 671 2,359 1,520 64 839

1_/ The inventory is still being cleansed. There are a number of provinces where the area already subdivided exceeds the net area for subdivision. This has resulted in a disproportionate number of area in terms of the
balance still to be subdivided by end of December 2010.
NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION
COLLECTIVE BALANCE VS.
TITLE ISSUED TO CUMULATIVE
REGION/ COLLECTIVE CLOA SURVEY NOT VLT TITLE ISSUED TO CLOA (NET) % COLL. CLOA
FARMERS ACCOMP.
PROVINCE MAGNITUDE NEEDED CO-OWNERSHIP COOPERATIVE SUB-TOTAL PRIORITIZED FOR ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO
ORGANIZATION (FOF3)
(FOF3) (CLOAIS) (CLOAIS) SUBDIVISION BE SUBDIVIDED
(CLOAIS)

IV-B 77,582 10 22,940 3,352 28 26,329 51,253 35,117 69 16,136


Marinduque 18,176 0 3,537 186 7 3,730 14,446 8,445 58 6,002
Occidental Mindoro 5,091 10 1,465 212 10 1,697 3,395 2,895 85 499
Oriental Mindoro 14,240 0 7,207 1,598 2 8,807 5,434 3,897 72 1,537
Palawan 33,770 0 6,685 6 9 6,700 27,070 19,587 72 7,483
Romblon 6,305 0 4,046 1,350 0 5,396 909 294 32 615
V 169,693 41 65,959 295 349 66,644 103,049 42,120 41 60,929
Albay 29,297 0 10,451 0 5 10,456 18,841 10,039 53 8,802
Camarines Norte 19,863 1 6,710 3 0 6,713 13,150 5,174 39 7,976
Camarines Sur 47,479 37 15,248 226 319 15,831 31,648 13,628 43 18,020
Catanduanes 12,155 0 10,951 0 11 10,962 1,193 493 41 699
Masbate 46,330 3 17,433 6 8 17,449 28,881 7,122 25 21,759
Sorsogon 14,569 1 5,166 60 6 5,232 9,336 5,663 61 3,673
VI 270,839 36,581 7,917 109,442 1,502 155,443 124,100 81,277 65 76,362
Aklan 15,391 0 557 1,403 9 1,970 13,421 10,566 79 2,855
Antique 45,050 12,084 190 41,446 33 53,754 16,108 0 0
Capiz 21,969 0 1,132 19,193 179 20,505 1,465 9,053 618 0
Guimaras 10,613 0 0 760 0 760 9,853 2,702 27 7,150
Iloilo 34,201 8 784 32,068 28 32,887 1,314 11,156 849 0
Negros Occidental 143,615 24,489 5,252 14,573 1,253 45,567 98,048 31,692 32 66,356
VII 103,272 49 1,569 39,884 15 41,516 61,755 21,458 35 40,297
Bohol 15,308 0 568 128 1 697 14,611 11,077 76 3,534
Cebu 14,788 0 918 143 3 1,064 13,724 1,777 13 11,947
Negros Oriental 72,558 49 82 38,997 11 39,138 33,420 8,603 26 24,816
Siquijor 618 0 1 617 0 618 1 1 100 0
VIII 311,419 25,114 13,570 44,960 2,345 85,988 225,431 69,856 31 155,575
Biliran 9,015 0 1,649 36 388 2,073 6,941 5,492 79 1,450
Leyte 126,997 483 2,409 44,541 1,153 48,586 78,412 8,217 10 70,194
Southern Leyte 13,943 0 475 375 797 1,647 12,296 357 3 11,939
Eastern Samar 40,835 698 4,056 0 0 4,753 36,082 26,361 73 9,721
Northern Samar 59,021 23,754 2,669 8 6 26,437 32,583 17,469 54 15,114
Western Samar 61,608 179 2,312 0 0 2,491 59,117 11,960 20 47,157
NOT PRIOTRITIZED FOR SUBDIVISION
COLLECTIVE BALANCE VS.
TITLE ISSUED TO CUMULATIVE
REGION/ COLLECTIVE CLOA SURVEY NOT VLT TITLE ISSUED TO CLOA (NET) % COLL. CLOA
FARMERS ACCOMP.
PROVINCE MAGNITUDE NEEDED CO-OWNERSHIP COOPERATIVE SUB-TOTAL PRIORITIZED FOR ACCOMP PRIORITIZED TO
ORGANIZATION (FOF3)
(FOF3) (CLOAIS) (CLOAIS) SUBDIVISION BE SUBDIVIDED
(CLOAIS)

IX 169,791 34 68,147 12,868 36,786 117,836 62,434 14,867 24 50,464


Zamboanga Norte 48,601 34 13,780 3,128 9,406 26,347 22,254 10,216 46 12,038
Zamboanga Sur 76,365 0 35,026 169 990 36,185 40,180 1,754 4 38,427
Zamboanga Sibugay 44,825 0 19,341 9,572 26,391 55,304 2,897 0 0
X 154,321 7,050 41,245 4,312 1,736 54,343 99,979 25,748 26 74,511
North Bukidnon 83,917 6,863 23,005 73 1,481 31,422 52,495 20,184 38 32,311
South Bukidnon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Camiguin 1,522 10 1,419 1 0 1,430 92 45 49 47
Lanao Norte 39,194 3 6,218 18 0 6,238 32,955 1,089 3 31,866
Misamis Occidental 9,069 143 2,889 3,888 140 7,059 2,010 2,290 114
Misamis Oriental 20,619 31 7,714 333 115 8,193 12,426 2,140 17 10,286
XI 161,828 0 26,569 1,154 13,751 41,474 120,354 36,537 30 83,817
Compostela Valley 37,235 0 7,450 61 3,304 10,816 26,420 13,625 52 12,795
Davao City 12,082 0 3,108 38 555 3,701 8,381 798 10 7,584
Davao Norte 36,837 0 9,031 188 6,279 15,497 21,339 5,751 27 15,588
Davao Oriental 48,600 0 5,729 470 482 6,681 41,919 6,070 14 35,849
Davao Sur 27,073 0 1,252 397 3,131 4,779 22,294 10,292 46 12,002
XII 288,120 8,776 20,291 684 7,403 37,153 250,966 49,937 20 201,029
Cotabato 129,784 4,399 14,492 0 3 18,895 110,890 20,416 18 90,474
Saranggani 32,784 4,377 2,732 187 705 8,001 24,783 9,127 37 15,656
South Cotabato 50,724 0 2,758 488 6,694 9,940 40,784 11,325 28 29,459
Sultan Kudarat 74,827 0 309 8 0 317 74,510 9,070 12 65,441
CARAGA 168,864 1,153 20,274 1,719 14,342 37,488 131,376 80,083 61 52,751
Agusan Norte 21,020 2 3,576 1,490 1,138 6,206 14,814 16,271 110 0
Agusan Sur 86,670 1,146 13,471 171 13,201 27,990 58,680 31,420 54 27,260
Surigao Norte 17,949 0 2,619 18 0 2,637 15,312 11,673 76 3,639
Surigao Sur 34,270 5 608 39 3 656 33,614 20,718 62 12,896
Province of Dinagat 8,955 0 0 0 0 8,955 0 0 8,955
ARMM 36,584 0 1,814 3,252 18,852 23,919 12,665 1,128 9 11,789
Basilan 25,195 0 1,780 0 14,528 16,308 8,887 204 0 8,683
Lanao Sur 820 0 0 0 0 0 820 672 82 149
Maguindanao 0 0 0 0 0 0 252 0 0
Sulu 7,548 0 0 3,236 4,312 7,548 0 0 0 0
Tawi-Tawi 3,021 0 35 16 12 63 2,958 0 0 2,958

SOURCE:
Accomplishment : FO File 3 & CLOAIS - Management Information Service (MIS)
Table 6b
REDOCUMENTATION OF COLLECTIVE CLOA, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE, IN HECTARES
January to December 2010

INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS)


REGION/
CY 2010 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET
PROVINCE
COLLECTIVE CLOA

PHILIPPINES 55,340 28,883 52

CAR 2,306 527 23


Abra 863 174 20
Apayao 194 85 44
Benguet 281 66 24
Ifugao 200 118 59
Kalinga 196 64 33
Mt. Province 572 20 3
I 1,132 642 57
Ilocos Norte 277 154 56
Ilocos Sur 277 153 55
La Union 300 98 33
Pangasinan 278 237 85
II 3,556 1,904 54
Batanes 35 - -
Cagayan 1,798 231 13
Isabela 417 338 81
Nueva Vizcaya 1,306 1,336 102
Quirino - - -
III 1,308 1,328 102
Aurora 87 96 111
Bataan 131 66 51
Bulacan 49 86 176
Nueva Ecija-North 299 319 107
Nueva Ecija-South 237 243 102
Pampanga 196 210 107
Tarlac 218 168 77
Zambales 91 140 154
IV - A 1,058 1,071 101
Batangas 200 165 82
Cavite 50 68 136
Laguna 200 238 119
Quezon I 250 232 93
Quezon II 308 275 89
Rizal 50 93 186
INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS)
REGION/
CY 2010 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET
PROVINCE
COLLECTIVE CLOA
IV - B 2,006 2,460 123
Marinduque 415 1,284 309
Occidental Mindoro 413 - -
Oriental Mindoro 345 350 101
Palawan 415 371 89
Romblon 418 455 109
V 1,776 2,978 168
Albay 497 917 184
Camarines Norte 195 306 157
Camarines Sur 586 893 152
Catanduanes 124 352 284
Masbate 267 289 108
Sorsogon 107 221 206
VI 2,429 2,072 85
Aklan 300 186 62
Antique 500 520 104
Capiz 581 622 107
Guimaras 250 255 102
Iloilo 498 151 30
Negros Occidental 300 337 112
VII 4,337 1,091 25
Bohol 1,500 596 40
Cebu 1,000 244 24
Negros Oriental 1,600 228 14
Siquijor 237 24 10
VIII 11,211 2,099 19
Biliran 561 111 20
Eastern Samar 2,242 185 8
Leyte 3,239 - -
Northern Samar 2,242 511 23
Western Samar 1,919 723 38
Southern Leyte 1,008 568 56
INDIVIDUAL TITLES (IN HAS)
REGION/
CY 2010 TARGET REDOCUMENTED FROM SUBDIVIDED % VS TARGET
PROVINCE
COLLECTIVE CLOA
IX 4,134 1,984 48
Zamoanga Norte 1,400 549 39
Zamboanga Sur 1,534 1,055 69
Zamboangan Sibugay 1,200 380 32
X 5,430 2,129 39
North Bukidnon 948 617 65
South Bukidnon 1,123 607 54
Camiguin 78 18 24
Lanao Norte 1,502 28 2
Misamis Occidental 1,036 394 38
Misamis Oriental 743 465 63
XI 3,402 3,223 95
Compostela Valley 796 849 107
Davao City 218 90 41
Davao Norte 796 807 101
Davao Oriental 796 646 81
Davao Sur 796 831 104
XII 4,050 3,924 97
Cotabato 1,822 867 48
Saranggani 284 2,933 1,033
South Cotabato 486 - -
Sultan Kudarat 1,458 124 8
CARAGA 7,205 1,451 20
Agusan Norte 1,653 202 12
Agusan Sur 2,052 682 33
Surigao Norte 1,500 71 5
Surigao Sur 1,000 496 50
Dinagat Island 1,000 - -
ARMM - - -
Basilan - - -
Lanao del Sur - - -
Maguindanao - - -
Sulu - - -
Tawi-Tawi - - -

SOURCES:
Target : DAR CY 2010 Work & Financial Plan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : FO File 3 - Management Information Service (MIS)
Table 7
INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs, BY REGION
NO. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES
January to December 2010

NO. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)


REGION
TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET

PHILIPPINES 6,301 3,678 58 2,623 8,702 4,581.95 53 4,120.05


CAR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
II 33 0 0 33 0 0 0 -
III 87 87 100 0 236 155 65 81.48
IV-A 0 35 0 (35) 0 46 0 (45.59)
IV-B 0 8 0 (8) 0 18 0 (18.32)
V 550 124 23 426 694 190 27 503.55
VI 1,790 2,161 121 (371) 2,231 2,555 115 (324.15)
VII 845 93 11 752 1,640 119 7 1,520.77
VIII 1,523 106 7 1,417 2,351 188 8 2,162.79
IX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
X 351 319 91 32 461 211 46 249.93
XI 751 431 57 320 815 502 62 313.17
XII 120 42 35 78 0 84 0 (84.29)
CARAGA 251 272 108 (21) 274 513 187 (239.29)
ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : FOF 5 Database
Table 7a
INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs, BY PROVINCE
NO. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES
January to December 2010

NO. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)


REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET

PHILIPPINES 6,301 3,678 58 2,623 8,702 4,581.95 53 4,120.05


CAR 0 0 0 - 0 - 0 -
Abra - - - - - - -
Apayao - - - - - - -
Benguet - - - - - - -
Ifugao - - - - - - -
Kalinga - - - - - - -
Mt. Province - - - - - - -
I 0 0 0 - 0 - 0 -
Ilocos Norte - - - - - - -
Ilocos Sur - - - - - - -
La Union - - - - - - -
Pangasinan - - - - - - -
II 33 0 0 33 0 - 0 -
Batanes - - - - - - -
Cagayan 32 - - 32 - - -
Isabela 1 - - 1 - - -
Nueva Vizcaya - - - - - - -
Quirino - - - - - - -
III 87 87 100 - 236 154.52 65 81.48
Aurora - - - - - - - -
Bataan 87 87 100 - 154 154.52 100 (0.52)
Bulacan - - - - - - - -
Nueva Ecija-North - - - - 82 - - 82.00
Nueva Ecija-South - - - - - - - -
Pampanga - - - - - - - -
Tarlac - - - - - - - -
Zambales - - - - - - - -
NO. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET

IV-A 0 35 - (35) 0 45.59 - (45.59)


Batangas - 35 - (35) - 45.59 - (45.59)
Cavite - - - - - - - -
Laguna - - - - - - - -
Quezon I - - - - - - - -
Quezon II - - - - - - - -
Rizal - - - - - - - -
IV-B 0 8 - (8) 0 18.32 - (18.32)
Marinduque - - - - - - - -
Occidental Mindoro 0 - - - - - - -
Oriental Mindoro 0 - - - - - - -
Palawan 0 8 - (8) - 18.32 - (18.32)
Romblon - - - - - - - -
V 550 124 23 426 694 190.45 27 503.55
Albay 32 4 13 28 87 8.98 10 78.02
Camarines Norte 8 4 50 4 17 7.66 45 9.34
Camarines Sur 145 - - 145 51 - - 51.00
Catanduanes 126 88 70 38 150 110.88 74 39.12
Masbate 168 28 17 140 318 62.93 20 255.07
Sorsogon 71 - - 71 71 - - 71.00
VI 1,790 2,161 121 (371) 2,231 2,555.15 115 (324.15)
Aklan - - - - - - - -
Antique - - - - - - - -
Capiz 279 193 69 86 364 240.71 66 123.29
Guimaras 77 73 - 4 8 54.46 - (46.46)
Iloilo 480 839 175 (359) 600 1,320.37 220 (720.37)
Negros Occidental 954 1,056 111 (102) 1,259 939.61 75 319.39
VII 845 93 11 752 1,640 119.23 7 1,520.77
Bohol 21 - - 21 17 - - 17.00
Cebu 278 - - 278 695 - - 695.00
Negros Oriental 546 93 17 453 928 119.23 13 808.77
Siquijor - - - - - - - -
VIII 1,523 106 7 1,417 2,351 188.21 8 2,162.79
Biliran - - - - - - - -
Leyte 1523 106 7 1,417 2,351 188.21 8 2,162.79
Southern Leyte - - - - - - - -
Eastern Samar - - - - - - - -
Northern Samar - - - - - - - -
Western Samar - - - - - - - -
NO. OF UNINSTALLED ARBs INSTALLED AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)
REGION/PROVINCE
TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET TARGET CY 2010 ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE VS. TARGET

IX 0 0 - - 0 - - -
Zamboanga del Norte - - - - - - - -
Zamboanga del Sur - - - - - - - -
Zamboanga Sibugay - - - - - - - -
X 351 319 91 32 461 211.07 46 249.93
Bukidnon 150 218 145 (68) 150 77.57 52 72.43
South Bukidnon 144 - - 144 226 - - 226.00
Camiguin - - - - - - - -
Lanao Norte - - - - - - - -
Misamis Occidental - - - - - - - -
Misamis Oriental 57 101 - (44) 85 133.50 - (48.50)
XI 751 431 57 320 815 501.83 62 313.17
Compostela Valley 300 243 81 57 600 201.83 34 398.17
Davao City 25 11 44 14 - 21.44 - (21.44)
Davao Norte 200 - - 200 100 - - 100.00
Davao Oriental 176 175 99 1 65 276.56 425 (211.56)
Davao Sur 50 2 4 48 50 2.00 4 48.00
XII 120 42 35 78 0 84.29 - (84.29)
Cotabato - - - - - - - -
Saranggani 2 42 2,100 (40) - 84.29 - (84.29)
South Cotabato 118 - - 118 - - - -
Sultan Kudarat - - - - - - - -
CARAGA 251 272 108 (21) 274 513.29 187 (239.29)
Agusan Norte 126 119 94 7 214 265.62 124 (51.62)
Agusan Sur 0 - - - - - - -
Surigao Norte 25 - - 25 24 - - 24.00
Surigao Sur 100 153 153 (53) 36 247.67 688 (211.67)
Dinagat Island - - - - - - - -
ARMM 0 0 - - - - -
Basilan - - - - - - -
Lanao Sur - - - - - - -
Maguindanao - - - - - - -
Sulu - - - - - - -
Tawi-Tawi - - - - - - -

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : FOF 5 Database
Table 7b
INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs, BY REGION
NO. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES
As of December 2010

NO. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)


REGION
MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE
PHILIPPINES 40,296 27,842 69 12,454 64,631 38,052 59 26,579
CAR 36 36 100 0 24 24 100 0
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
II 187 154 82 33 476 384 81 92
III 712 661 93 51 1,260 1,177 93 83
IV-A 244 132 54 112 304 200 66 103
IV-B 948 822 87 126 799 617 77 182
V 2,331 1,125 48 1,206 3,372 1,602 47 1,770
VI 12,332 8,608 70 3,724 14,705 9,403 64 5,302
VII 4,157 2,029 49 2,128 9,114 3,043 33 6,071
VIII 7,648 6,307 82 1,341 12,073 9,875 82 2,198
IX 52 0 0 52 132 0 0 132
X 2,179 1,599 73 580 3,086 2,285 74 801
XI 2,110 1,784 85 326 1,622 1,453 90 169
XII 491 330 67 161 816 493 60 323
CARAGA 6,605 4,147 63 2,458 16,167 7,199 45 8,968
ARMM 264 108 41 156 682 298 44 384

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishme: FOFile5-Field Operations Group
Table 7c
INSTALLATION OF UNINSTALLED ARBs, BY PROVINCE
NO. OF ARBs AND AREA IN HECTARES
As of December 2010

NO. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)


REGION/PROVINCE
MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE
PHILIPPINES 40,296 27,842 69 12,454 64,631.43 38,052.40 59 26,579.03
CAR 36 36 100 - 23.97 23.97 100 -
Abra - - - - - - - -
Apayao - - - - - - - -
Benguet - - - - - - - -
Ifugao - - - - - - - -
Kalinga 36 36 100 - 23.97 23.97 100 -
Mt. Province - - - - - - - -
I - - - - - - - -
Ilocos Norte - - - - - - - -
Ilocos Sur - - - - - - - -
La Union - - - - - - - -
Pangasinan - - - - - - - -
II 187 154 82 33 476.26 384.23 81 92.03
Batanes - - - - - - - -
Cagayan 184 152 83 32 470.07 379.32 81 90.75
Isabela 3 2 67 1 6.19 4.91 79 1.28
Nueva Vizcaya - - - - - - - -
Quirino - - - - - - - -
III 712 661 93 51 1,260.04 1,177.45 93 82.59
Aurora 117 117 100 - 222.72 222.72 100 -
Bataan 111 111 100 - 190.81 190.81 100 -
Bulacan - - - - - - - -
Nueva Ecija-North 107 56 52 51 127.70 45.11 35 82.59
Nueva Ecija-South 91 91 100 - 168.24 168.24 100 -
Pampanga - - - - - - - -
Tarlac 8 8 100 - 19.56 19.56 100 -
Zambales 278 278 100 - 531.01 531.01 100 -
NO. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)
REGION/PROVINCE
MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE
IV-A 244 132 54 112 303.62 200.35 66 103.27
Batangas 52 52 100 - 56.27 56.27 100 -
Cavite 132 58 44 74 192.56 127.48 66 65.08
Laguna 38 - 0 38 38.19 - 0 38.19
Quezon I - - - - - - - -
Quezon II - - - - - - - -
Rizal 22 22 100 - 16.60 16.60 100 -
IV-B 948 822 87 126 798.52 616.80 77 181.72
Marinduque - - - - - - - -
Occidental Mindoro 633 599 95 34 325.50 308.50 95 17.00
Oriental Mindoro 213 129 61 84 342.09 188.41 55 153.68
Palawan 102 94 92 8 130.93 119.89 92 11.04
Romblon - - - - - - - -
V 2,331 1,125 48 1,206 3,371.93 1,601.57 47 1,770.36
Albay 239 201 84 38 383.29 234.84 61 148.45
Camarines Norte 24 20 83 4 56.71 47.78 84 8.93
Camarines Sur 163 - 0 163 149.61 - 0 149.61
Catanduanes 802 581 72 221 914.89 657.42 72 257.47
Masbate 1,010 301 30 709 1,607.29 604.78 38 1,002.51
Sorsogon 93 22 24 71 260.14 56.75 22 203.39
VI 12,332 8,608 70 3,724 14,704.63 9,402.57 64 5,302.06
Aklan 12 12 100 - 33.20 33.20 100 -
Antique - - - - - - - -
Capiz 1,273 719 56 554 1,178.85 711.87 60 466.98
Guimaras 413 225 54 188 415.85 177.18 43 238.67
Iloilo 2,423 2,126 88 297 3,509.72 3,006.28 86 503.44
Negros Occidental 8,211 5,526 67 2,685 9,567.01 5,474.04 57 4,092.97
VII 4,157 2,029 49 2,128 9,113.98 3,042.60 33 6,071.38
Bohol 61 37 61 24 54.58 42.35 78 12.23
Cebu 1,837 1,025 56 812 3,326.24 1,520.35 46 1,805.89
Negros Oriental 2,259 967 43 1,292 5,733.16 1,479.90 26 4,253.26
Siquijor - - - - - - - -
VIII 7,648 6,307 82 1,341 12,073.20 9,875.08 82 2,198.12
Biliran - - - - - - - -
Leyte 7,463 6,174 83 1,289 11,644.98 9,535.41 82 2,109.57
Southern Leyte 7 - 0 7 7.14 - 0 7.14
Eastern Samar - - - - - - - -
Northern Samar - - - - - - - -
Western Samar 178 133 75 45 421.08 339.67 81 81.41
NO. OF ARBs AREA INVOLVED (IN HECTARES)
REGION/PROVINCE
MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE MAGNITUDE ACCOMP % ACCOMP BALANCE
IX 52 0 0 52 132.46 - 0 132.46
Zamboanga del Norte 52 - 0 52 132.46 - 0 132.46
Zamboanga del Sur - - - - - - - -
Zamboanga Sibugay - - - - - - - -
X 2,179 1,599 73 580 3,085.68 2,285.08 74 800.60
North Bukidnon 743 529 71 214 900.01 684.55 76 215.46
South Bukidnon 1,067 923 87 144 1,623.45 1,395.69 86 227.76
Camiguin - - - - - - - -
Lanao Norte - - - - - - - -
Misamis Occidental 16 16 - - 16.00 16.00 - -
Misamis Oriental 353 131 37 222 546.22 188.84 35 357.38
XI 2,110 1,784 85 326 1,621.77 1,452.74 90 169.03
Compostela Valley 858 620 72 238 520.94 446.99 86 73.95
Davao City 178 162 91 16 226.29 205.31 91 20.98
Davao Norte 797 797 100 - 471.00 471.00 100 -
Davao Oriental 184 175 95 9 302.06 276.56 92 25.50
Davao Sur 93 30 32 63 101.48 52.88 52 48.60
XII 491 330 67 161 815.94 492.81 60 323.13
Cotabato - - - - - - - -
Saranggani 303 229 76 74 449.97 322.37 72 127.60
South Cotabato 188 101 54 87 365.97 170.44 47 195.53
Sultan Kudarat - - - - - - - -
CARAGA 6,605 4,147 63 2,458 16,167.06 7,199.04 45 8,968.02
Agusan Norte 590 541 92 49 847.49 788.37 93 59.12
Agusan Sur 5,056 2,776 55 2,280 13,916.15 5,149.80 37 8,766.35
Surigao Norte 35 1 3 34 55.94 1.65 3 54.29
Surigao Sur 924 829 90 95 1,347.48 1,259.22 93 88.26
Dinagat Island - - - - - - - -
ARMM 264 108 41 156 682.37 298.11 44 384.26
Basilan 54 - 0 54 143.88 - 0 143.88
Lanao Sur - - - - - - - -
Maguindanao 102 - 0 102 240.38 - 0 240.38
Shariff Kabunsuan 2 2 100 - 2.47 2.47 -
Sulu 106 106 100 - 295.64 295.64 100 -
Tawi-Tawi - - - - - . - -

SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan-Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : FOFile5-Field Operations Group
Table 8
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AGRARIAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE, BY REGION1-/
January to December 2010

CASELOAD % ACCOMPLISHMENT
NO. OF CASES PENDING
AREA
CY 2010 REP./RESOLVED/ NO. OF ARBs CASES
REGION TARGET
PENDING CASES NEW CASES
TOTAL DISPOSED VS. CY 2010 VS. REPRESENTED
INVOLVED
AS OF
BEG. REC'D (ha)
CASELOAD (JAN-DEC. '10) TARGET CASELOAD EO DEC. 2010
JAN. '10 (JAN-DEC. '10)

PHILIPPINES 50,698 4,578 68,889 73,467 67,894 134 92 79,957 223,403 5,573

CAR 1,058 15 1,438 1,453 1,436 136 99 3,385 3,743 17


I 2,196 51 2,613 2,664 2,658 121 100 3,551 2,090 6
II 2,154 101 2,669 2,770 2,679 124 97 5,618 17,544 91
III 2,802 674 3,298 3,972 3,647 130 92 6,085 10,701 325
IV-A 4,228 5 4,543 4,548 4,500 106 99 4,277 12,369 48
IV-B 2,114 195 2,803 2,998 2,900 137 97 1,917 4,855 98
V 6,889 866 9,130 9,996 7,841 114 78 10,423 37,687 2,155
VI 6,675 230 8,416 8,646 8,386 126 97 9,684 48,236 260
VII 3,328 364 7,307 7,671 7,359 221 96 3,801 9,290 312
VIII 5,082 554 5,410 5,964 5,615 110 94 5,713 9,098 349
IX 1,860 371 1,766 2,137 1,818 98 85 1,821 5,649 319
X 1,877 374 3,089 3,463 3,020 161 87 4,819 12,010 443
XI 3,307 213 4,795 5,008 4,715 143 94 4,894 7,524 293
XII 780 235 1,805 2,040 1,405 180 69 2,491 12,517 635
CARAGA 5,637 25 8,950 8,975 8,926 158 99 8,812 18,978 49
ARMM 110 22 496 518 493 448 95 1,350 3,513 25
DAR-CO 601 283 361 644 496 83 77 1,316 7,599 148
1 / Includes judicial/court, quasi-judicial, and ALI cases
SOURCES:
Target : DAR's CY 2010 WorkPlan - Planning Service (PS)
Accomplishment : Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA)
Table 8a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AGRARIAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE1_/
As of EO December 2010

JAN-DECEMBER 2010
AS OF EO DECEMBER 2010
TARGET CASELOAD ACCOMP % ACCOMP
REGION
VS
JAN-DEC 2010 CASES % ACCOMP.
JAN-DEC VS 2010 CASELOAD PENDING
CY 2010 CASES RESOLVED/ CASELOAD RESOLVED/ VIS-À-VIS
2010 TARGET JAN-DEC CASES
DISPOSED DISPOSED CASELOAD
2010

PHILIPPINES 50,698 73,467 67,894 134 92 634,780 629,207 99 5,573

CAR 1,058 1,453 1,436 136 99 22,899 22,882 100 17


I 2,196 2,664 2,658 121 100 36,608 36,602 100 6
II 2,154 2,770 2,679 124 97 31,173 31,082 100 91
III 2,802 3,972 3,647 130 92 50,329 50,004 99 325
IV 6,342 7,546 7,400 117 98 75,436 75,290 100 146
IV-a 4,228 4,548 4,500 106 99 32,632 32,584 100 48
IV-b 2,114 2,998 2,900 137 97 19,955 19,857 100 98
V 6,889 9,996 7,841 114 78 80,149 77,994 97 2,155
VI 6,675 8,646 8,386 126 97 65,848 65,588 100 260
VII 3,328 7,671 7,359 221 96 41,833 41,521 99 312
VIII 5,082 5,964 5,615 110 94 54,983 54,634 99 349
IX 1,860 2,137 1,818 98 85 19,277 18,958 98 319
X 1,877 3,463 3,020 161 87 28,207 27,764 98 443
XI 3,307 5,008 4,715 143 94 36,972 36,679 99 293
XII 780 2,040 1,405 180 69 15,962 15,327 96 635
CARAGA 5,637 8,975 8,926 158 99 62,701 62,652 100 49
ARMM 110 518 493 448 95 831 806 97 25
DARCO 601 644 496 83 77 11,572 11,424 99 148
1 / Data includes judicial/court, quasi-judicial and ALI cases. Subject to validation.

SOURCE: Bureau of Agrarian legal Assistance (BALA)


Table 8b
AGEING OF PENDING ALI CASES, BY REGION
As of December 2010

BELOW 6 YEARS AND


I YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 5 YEARS TOTAL CASES
REGION I YEAR ABOVE
PENDING
(# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases)

PHILIPPINES 2,759 86 10 9 26 5 0 2,895

CAR 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
I 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
III 107 6 0 0 0 0 0 113
IV- A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
IV- B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
V 1,539 7 5 2 25 2 0 1,580
VI 85 0 0 0 0 0 0 85
VII 144 35 2 3 1 3 0 188
VIII 76 10 1 1 0 0 0 88
IX 153 12 0 0 0 0 0 165
X 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 49
XI 82 3 0 0 0 0 0 85
XII 463 5 2 3 0 0 0 473
CARAGA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
DAR-CO 53 6 0 0 0 0 0 59
ARMM 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

Data Source:
Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) - DAR
Table 8c
AGEING OF PENDING JUDICIAL/COURT CASES, BY REGION
As of December 2010

BELOW 6 YEARS AND


I YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 5 YEARS TOTAL CASES
I YEAR ABOVE
REGION OTHERS
PENDING
(# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases)

PHILIPPINES 358 78 59 17 23 22 122 0 679

CAR 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
II 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 5
III 26 9 5 0 0 0 0 0 40
IV- A 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
IV- B 28 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 29
V 61 24 12 13 10 5 98 0 223
VI 36 3 4 0 0 1 1 0 45
VII 18 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 19
VIII 34 13 9 0 0 0 0 0 56
IX 12 1 6 0 0 1 3 0 23
X 49 12 17 1 11 3 11 0 104
XI 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
XII 20 10 3 0 2 2 6 0 43
CARAGA 16 2 2 2 0 10 2 0 34
DAR-CO 25 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 28
ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Data Source:
Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA)
Table 8d
AGEING OF PENDING QUASI-JUDICIAL CASES, BY REGION
As of December 2010

BELOW 6 YEARS AND TOTAL


I YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 5 YEARS
REGION I YEAR ABOVE OTHERS CASES
(# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) PENDING

PHILIPPINES 1,706 214 43 20 13 1 2 0 1,999

CAR 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
I 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
II 69 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 86
III 128 32 11 1 0 0 0 0 172
IV- A 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46
IV- B 69 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69
V 319 24 6 1 1 0 1 0 352
VI 124 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 130
VII 102 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 105
VIII 124 81 0 0 0 0 0 0 205
IX 93 36 2 0 0 0 0 0 131
X 288 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 290
XI 186 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 186
XII 62 17 9 17 12 1 1 0 119
CARAGA 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15
DAR-CO 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19
ARMM 49 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 61

Data Source:
Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA) - DAR
Table 9
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ADJUDICATION OF AGRARIAN CASES, BY REGION
January to December 2010

CASELOAD TOTAL CASES RESOLVED % CASES RESOLVED VS.


PENDING CASES
CY 2010 TARGET AS OF EO DEC.
PENDING CASES FROM NEW
NEW CASES RECEIVED TOTAL FROM PENDING CY 2010 2010
REGION BEG. CASES TOTAL CASELOAD
(JAN-DEC 2010) CASELOAD CASES TARGET
JAN. 2010 RECEIVED

(a) (b) (c) (d)= b+c (e) (f) (g)= e+f (h)= g/a (i)= g/d (k)= d-g

PHILIPPINES 17,000 8,878 18,704 27,582 7,440 11,969 19,409 114 70 8,173

CAR 331 1 367 368 1 356 357 108 97 11


I 256 137 206 343 131 161 292 114 85 51
II 960 377 539 916 377 472 849 88 93 67
III 3,362 1,780 3,282 5,062 1,762 2,039 3,801 113 75 1,261
IV-A (CALABARZON) 999 728 388 1,116 545 17 562 56 50 554
IV-B (MIMAROPA) 519 216 235 451 215 111 326 63 72 125
V 913 522 953 1,475 482 232 714 78 48 761
VI 2,018 380 1,917 2,297 365 1,579 1,944 96 85 353
VII 1,153 450 2,378 2,828 440 2,081 2,521 219 89 307
VIII 1,698 450 2,138 2,588 450 1,542 1,992 117 77 596
IX 874 389 621 1,010 294 444 738 84 73 272
X 596 207 911 1,118 207 598 805 135 72 313
XI 769 254 774 1,028 248 195 443 58 43 585
XII 354 316 105 421 98 0 98 28 23 323
CARAGA 960 129 2,093 2,222 129 1,922 2,051 214 92 171

ARMM 0 22 18 40 11 0 11 0 0 29

DARAB- CO 1,238 2,520 1,779 4,299 1,685 220 1,905 154 44 2,394

Data Source: Bureau of Agrarian Legal Assistance (BALA)


Table 9a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN ADJUDICATION OF AGRARIAN CASES
CASES RESOLVED, BY REGION
1988 - EO December 2010

JANUARY-DECEMBER 2010 CASES


AS OF DECEMBER 2010
TARGET CASELOAD ACCOMP % ACCOMP PENDING %

REGION
CY 2010 CASES PENDING
VS 2010 AS OF EO DEC REDUCTION OF CASES %
CY 2010 CY 2010 CASES CASELOAD AS OF EO
TARGET 2009 PENDING CASES RESOLVED ACCOMP
RESOLVED DECEMBER 2010

PHILIPPINES 17,000 27,582 19,409 114 8,878 8 373,117 364,944 98 8,173


CAR 331 368 357 108 1 (1,000) 9,625 9,614 100 11
I 256 343 292 114 137 63 8,210 8,159 99 51
II 960 916 849 88 377 82 18,307 18,240 100 67
III 3,362 5,062 3,801 113 1,780 29 82,917 81,656 98 1,261
IV 1,518 1,567 888 58 944 28 35,914 35,235 98 679
IV-a 999 1,116 562 56 728 24 5,402 4,848 90 554
IV-b 519 451 326 63 216 42 2,121 1,996 94 125
V 913 1,475 714 78 522 (46) 55,591 54,830 99 761
VI 2,018 2,297 1,944 96 380 7 30,575 30,222 99 353
VII 1,153 2,828 2,521 219 450 32 19,457 19,150 98 307
VIII 1,698 2,588 1,992 117 450 (32) 33,343 32,747 98 596
IX 874 1,010 738 84 388 30 9,791 9,519 97 272
X 596 1,118 805 135 207 (51) 12,274 11,961 97 313
XI 769 1,028 443 58 254 (130) 11,853 11,268 95 585
XII 354 421 98 28 316 (2) 4,744 4,421 93 323
CARAGA 960 2,222 2,051 214 129 (33) 16,363 16,192 99 171
ARMM 0 40 11 23 (26) 353 324 92 29
DARAB-C.O. 1,238 4,299 1,905 154 2,520 5 23,800 21,406 90 2,394

SOURCE: DAR Adjudication Board (DARAB)- Secretariat


Table 9b
AGEING OF PENDING DARAB CASES, BY REGION
As of December 2010

BELOW 6 YEARS AND


I YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 5 YEARS OTHERS TOTAL CASES
I YEAR ABOVE
REGION PENDING
(# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases) (# of cases)

PHILIPPINES 4,966 1,160 359 288 201 126 125 948 8,173

CAR 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
I 44 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 51
II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 67
III 757 248 97 107 36 6 10 0 1,261
IV- A 350 139 56 5 4 0 0 0 554
IV- B 97 12 6 2 0 8 0 0 125
V 563 187 11 0 0 0 0 0 761
VI 221 52 36 16 28 0 0 0 353
VII 249 27 18 12 1 0 0 0 307
VIII 543 38 11 4 0 0 0 0 596
IX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 267 267
X 313 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 313
XI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 585 585
XII 88 179 30 14 17 0 0 0 328
CARAGA 171 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 171
DAR-CO 1,559 271 94 128 115 112 115 0 2,394
ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 29

Data Source:
Department of Agrarian Reform Adjudication Board (DARAB)- Secretariat
Table 10
NUMBER OF ARCs CONFIRMED BY NARCTF AND ARBs COVERED, BY REGION
January - December 2010

TARGET JANUARY - DECEMBER ACCOMP. % ACCOMP. BALANCE


REGION
NUMBER OF NUMBER OF REGULAR TOTAL NUMBER OF NUMBER OF NUMBER OF NUMBER OF NUMBER OF
SARCs
ARCs ARBs ARCs ARCs ARBs ARCs ARBs ARCs ARBs

PHILIPPINES 75 50,286 27 9 36 21,494 48 43 39 28,792

CAR 3 450 0 0 0 5191 0 1154 3 (4,741)

I 3 550 1 1 2 627 67 114 1 (77)

II 5 3,821 2 0 2 1,314 40 34 3 2,507

III 7 2,221 5 1 6 3578 86 161 1 (1,357)

IV-A (CALABARZON) 1 400 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 400

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 3 1,916 0 1 1 489 33 26 2 1,427

V 9 16,914 2 0 2 900 22 5 7 16,014

VI 3 1,085 2 0 2 933 67 86 1 152

VII 2 450 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 450

VIII 7 1,905 3 1 4 2310 57 121 3 (405)

IX 3 1,395 2 1 3 890 100 64 0 505

X 8 1,950 5 1 6 2516 75 129 2 (566)

XI 5 1,100 3 2 5 1860 100 169 0 (760)

XII 4 12,524 1 0 1 255 25 2 3 12,269

XIII 4 1,175 1 1 2 631 50 54 2 544

ARMM 8 2,430 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2,430

Source: National Agrarian Reform Community Task Force (NARCTF)


Table I0a

NUMBER OF ARC BY YEAR, BY REGION, AS OF DECEMBER 2010

NO. OF ARCs
REGION
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 335 247 120 170 53 45 60 274 106 130 45 31 167 76 100 141 13 36 2,149

CAR 8 6 5 1 15 0 8 14 2 2 1 0 1 2 6 14 0 0 85

I 17 6 9 39 0 10 9 21 14 1 0 2 3 6 3 10 0 2 152

II 20 20 11 12 0 4 2 31 14 15 0 1 5 3 4 6 1 2 151

III 39 12 7 6 6 8 4 49 24 13 2 2 1 2 9 12 2 6 204

IV-A 24 20 19 6 8 0 1 14 8 5 0 0 4 3 5 3 0 0 120

IV-B 6 7 11 11 10 7 0 11 4 7 3 0 3 2 1 5 0 1 89

V 23 22 20 18 0 5 0 15 3 5 0 2 4 5 9 13 3 2 149

VI 79 14 3 9 0 4 7 16 2 7 3 3 5 4 6 2 0 2 166

VII 11 18 1 11 0 1 7 0 8 6 7 1 7 13 15 26 0 0 132

VIII 24 37 22 3 0 3 1 14 4 17 2 7 4 4 8 9 3 4 166

IX 15 15 0 11 3 1 1 22 13 14 15 1 13 10 4 9 0 3 150

X 18 16 0 20 2 1 13 20 5 14 4 1 16 9 10 13 1 6 169

XI 16 27 0 2 0 0 2 19 2 9 3 6 11 5 6 8 0 5 121

XII 15 13 5 10 0 0 1 8 1 6 4 0 4 5 1 2 3 1 79

XIII 17 12 4 11 9 1 3 18 2 9 1 5 6 1 10 9 0 2 120

ARMM 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 80 2 3 0 0 0 96
Table 10b
NUMBER OF ARC CLUSTERs CONFIRMED BY NARCTF, BY REGION
January - December 2010

COVERAGE
NO. OF
REGION ARCCs NUMBER OF BARANGAYS PRODUCTION NUMBER OF FARMERS REACHED
CONFIRMED AREA (HA.)
ARC NON-ARC TOTAL ARBs NON-ARBs TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 18 566 675 1,241 337,318 114,947 71,599 186,546

CAR - - - - - - - -
I - - - - - - - -
II - - - - - - - -
III 3 51 76 127 16,465 13,697 - 13,697
IV-A - - - - - - - -
IV-B - - - - - - - -
V 2 22 16 38 9,093 2,037 458 2,495
VI 2 24 71 95 42,827 24,310 210 24,520
VII 2 101 110 211 50,615 17,156 60,000 77,156
VIII 1 12 31 43 19,130 5,782 10,927 16,709
IX 3 221 217 438 60,341 20,176 - 20,176
X - - - - - - - -
XI 5 135 154 289 138,848 31,789 4 31,793
XII - - - - - - - -
XIII - - - - - - - -
ARMM - - - - - - - -

Source: National Agrarian Reform Community Task Force (NARCTF)


Table 10c
SUMMARY OF NATIONAL ARC CONNECTIVITY CLUSTERS, BY REGION
As of December 30, 2010

COVERAGE
NO. OF
NO. OF BARANGAYS NO. OF FARMERS REACHED
REGION ARCCs PRODUCTION
IDENTIFIED AREA (HA.)
ARC NON-ARC TOTAL ARBs NON-ARBs TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 119 3,343 4,583 7,925 1,742,742 754,450 590,798 1,345,248

CAR 9 268 388 656 121,711.44 54,794 178,925 233,719


I 7 205 435 640 75,171.15 42,142 52,123 94,265
II 10 382 273 655 236,185.02 73,988 53,697 127,685
III 17 364 374 738 143,912.05 85,159 36,570 121,729
IV-A 7 154 56 210 88,799.81 25,874 1,227 27,101
IV-B 6 173 197 370 46,392.00 60,468 19,179 79,647
V 10 137 550 687 131,112.21 35,189 32,897 68,086
VI 8 133 197 329 9,390.99 57,447 1,421 58,868
VII 8 360 395 755 167,893.12 50,625 80,201 130,826
VIII 8 267 400 667 202,924.88 53,731 35,590 89,321
IX 6 396 451 847 96,705.10 38,146 16,457 54,603
X 7 193 331 524 87,139.88 43,722 53,412 97,134
XI 5 135 154 289 138,847.50 31,789 4 31,793
XII 4 54 205 259 96,531.36 48,580 0 48,580
CARAGA 7 122 177 299 100,025.94 52,796 29,095 81,891

Source: Summary of National ARC Connectivity Clusters - Project Development and Management Service (PDMS)
Table 11
NUMBER OF ARBs TRAINED, BY REGION
As of December 2010

TARGET
JAN.-DEC. CUMULATIVE AS
REGION % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP. OF DEC. 2010

PHILIPPINES 101,378 136,260 134 8,435 2,824,851

BARIE 0 0 0 4,397

CAR 3,400 3,369 99 31 75,382

I 3,166 6,914 218 0 489,848

II 4,155 5,821 140 0 135,397

III 11,200 14,478 129 0 353,018

IV-A (CALABARZON) 2,790 8,289 297 0 242,793

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1,710 6,408 375 0 27,322

V 2,983 5,459 183 0 143,666

VI 6,377 11,125 174 0 223,882

VII 4,110 11,618 283 0 260,101

VIII 9,750 13,791 141 0 170,406

IX 18,922 16,698 88 2,224 200,735

X 5,775 7,586 131 0 151,841

XI 9,435 11,806 125 0 175,682

XII 6,560 5,885 90 675 81,120

XIII 5,540 6,508 117 0 88,756

ARMM 5,505 505 9 5,505 505


Table 11a
NUMBER OF ARBs TRAINED, BY REGION, BY POVINCE
January- December 2010

TARGET JAN-DEC.
REGION/province % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP.

PHILIPPINES 101,378 136,260 134 16,580

CAR 3,400 3,369 99 1,134


Abra 500 78 16 422
Apayao 500 41 8 459
Benguet 700 1,083 155 0
Ifugao 600 355 59 245
Kalinga 550 542 99 8
Mt. Province 550 1,270 231 0

I 3,166 6,914 218 0


Ilocos Norte 945 2,406 255 0
Ilocos Sur 646 1,487 230 0
La Union 650 1,213 187 0
Pangasinan 925 1,808 195 0

II 4,155 5,821 140 715


Batanes 115 67 58 48
Cagayan 1,000 656 66 344
Isabela 1,200 1,909 159 0
Nueva Vizcaya 1,000 2,672 267 0
Quirino 840 517 62 323
TARGET JAN-DEC.
REGION/province % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP.

III 11,200 14,478 129 254


Aurora 1,200 1,372 114 0
Bataan 1,200 1,465 122 0
Bulacan 1,600 2,359 147 0
North N. Ecija 1,440 1,331 92 109
South N. Ecija 1,200 1,216 101 0
Pampanga 1,840 1,539 84 301
Tarlac 1,680 4,000 238 0
Zambales 1,040 1,196 115 -156

IV-A (CALABARZON) 2,790 8,289 297 0


Batangas 1,014 2,104 207 0
Cavite 248 894 360 0
Laguna 408 1,049 257 0
Quezon I 373 472 127 0
Quezon II 612 2,953 483 0
Rizal 135 817 605 0

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1,710 6,408 375 0


Marinduque 400 1,762 441 0
Mindoro Occidental 260 1,798 692 0
Mindoro Oriental 400 991 248 0
Palawan 250 872 349 0
Romblon 400 985 246 0
TARGET JAN-DEC.
REGION/province % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP.

V 2,983 5,459 183 0


Albay 622 2,019 325 0
Camarines Norte 240 286 119 0
Camarines Sur 700 820 117 0
Catanduanes 596 891 149 0
Masbate 450 829 184 0
Sorsogon 375 614 164 0

VI 6,377 11,125 174 0


Aklan 298 755 253 0
Antique 1,234 1,284 104 0
Capiz 972 1,699 175 0
Guimaras 265 472 178 0
Iloilo 593 2,048 345 0
Negros Occidental 3,015 4,867 161 0

VII 4,110 11,618 283 0


Bohol 1,205 2,764 229 0
Cebu 934 3,607 386 0
Negros Oriental 1,548 3,640 235 0
Siquijor 423 1,607 380 0

VIII 9,750 13,791 141 2,305


Biliran 650 681 105 0
Eastern Samar 3,300 1,459 44 1,841
Leyte 2,000 6,734 337 0
Northern Samar 1,500 936 62 564
Samar 1,100 1,200 109 -100
Southern Leyte 1,200 2,781 232 0
TARGET JAN-DEC.
REGION/province % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP.

IX 18,922 16,698 88 2,435


Zamboanga del Norte 9,100 9,311 102 0
Zamboanga del Sur 4,272 4,016 94 256
Zamboanga Sibugay 5,550 3,371 61 2,179

X 5,775 7,586 131 271


North Bukidnon 1,650 2,168 131 0
South Bukidnon 850 725 85 125
Camiguin 115 109 95 6
Lanao Norte 560 420 75 140
Misamis Occidental 1,160 2,619 226 0
Misamis Oriental 1,440 1,545 107 0

XI 9,435 11,806 125 369


Davao City 1,955 1,586 1_/ 81 369
Davao Norte 1,870 4,177 1_/ 223 0
Compostela Valley 1,870 1,990 1_/ 106 0
Davao Sur 1,870 2,152 1_/ 115 0
Davao Oriental 1,870 1,901 1_/ 102 0

XII 6,560 5,885 90 3,406


North Cotabato 3,460 911 26 2,549
S. Cotabato 1,900 1,101 58 799
S. Kudarat 700 3,431 490 0
Sarangani 500 442 88 58
TARGET JAN-DEC.
REGION/province % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010 ACCOMP.

XIII 5,540 6,508 117 186


Agusan Norte 440 989 225 0
Agusan Sur 2,200 2,523 115 0
Surigao Norte 1,100 914 83 186
Surigao Sur 1,000 1,076 108 0
Dinagat Island 800 1,006 126 0

ARMM 5,505 505 1_/ 9 5,505


Basilan 800 0 0 800
Lanao del Sur 2,115 0 0 2,115
Maguindanao 650 0 0 650
Sulu 1,590 0 0 1,590
Tawi-Tawi 350 0 0 350
1/ No Breakdown
Table 12
STATUS OF ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ARCs, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE
As of December 2010

TOTAL NO. OF TOTAL NO. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP)


NO.
MEMBERS VS.
REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 1_/ MEMBERS 1_/
TOTAL CBU SAVINGS MOB. ASSETS LIABILITIES
ORGs. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MEMBERSHIP
PHILIPPINES 6,317 472,028 351,229 834,492 304,389 170,965 482,302 58 2,539,363,734 1,430,819,472 18,107,573,958 10,975,022,709
CAR 138 18,702 22,986 41,688 8,701 8,782 17,483 42 337,742,954 313,610,354 1,014,670,885 469,923,491
Abra 42 2,084 1,504 3,588 1,082 607 1,689 47 4,449,505 1,060,156 12,841,233 4,489,961
Apayao 13 1,056 633 1,689 591 325 916 54 2,957,800 231,659 15,562,663 4,166,674
Benguet 25 4,552 6,003 10,555 2,009 2,092 4,101 39 29,013,748 16,709,807 133,440,989 51,084,809
Ifugao 12 4,911 6,858 11,769 1,067 1,457 2,524 21 126,815,505 174,248,641 378,687,961 190,657,715
Kalinga 30 1,506 1,603 3,109 1,011 765 1,776 57 9,552,292 4,803,227 33,179,960 14,637,491
Mt. Province 16 4,593 6,385 10,978 2,941 3,536 6,477 59 164,954,104 116,556,863 440,958,079 204,886,841
I 484 42,327 23,437 65,764 27,009 11,198 38,207 58 125,018,677 82,353,456 384,081,249 249,181,971
Ilocos Norte 147 9,635 4,266 13,901 5,559 1,846 7,405 53 25,549,979 9,195,044 85,660,757 41,071,167
Ilocos Sur 76 11,169 7,721 18,890 5,327 2,718 8,045 43 59,369,103 64,233,431 165,300,828 105,881,333
La Union 73 6,102 4,203 10,305 3,747 1,845 5,592 54 14,534,080 4,813,461 39,105,570 27,281,480
Pangasinan 188 15,421 7,247 22,668 12,376 4,789 17,165 76 25,565,516 4,111,520 94,014,094 74,947,991
II 467 33,032 18,930 51,962 18,172 7,960 26,132 50 222,208,788 158,819,110 725,237,275 506,496,933
Batanes 7 182 208 390 152 143 295 76 505,133 186,384 1,954,230 1,783,018
Cagayan 137 11,825 5,414 17,239 7,164 2,479 9,643 56 77,367,455 23,482,030 135,442,729 89,210,724
Isabela 159 10,025 4,806 14,831 6,731 2,935 9,666 65 62,836,870 16,963,830 263,790,349 195,088,666
Nueva Vizcaya 121 8,258 7,064 15,322 2,839 1,814 4,653 30 61,468,444 115,944,846 264,281,793 175,780,675
Quirino 43 2,742 1,438 4,180 1,286 589 1,875 45 20,030,886 2,242,020 59,768,174 44,633,850
III 748 57,826 39,919 97,745 43,156 21,500 64,656 66 437,277,546 376,032,420 1,678,528,382 1,150,528,436
Bataan 64 3,752 2,943 6,695 3,076 1,834 4,910 73 19,630,937 4,978,994 56,436,112 21,464,971
Bulacan 97 15,248 17,199 32,447 9,630 8,557 18,187 56 265,432,963 310,547,034 987,947,074 598,952,675
North Nueva Ecija 198 10,939 8,258 19,197 8,941 3,923 12,864 67 50,328,840 16,285,619 223,705,220 230,557,715
South Nueva Ecija 82 6,161 2,798 8,959 4,132 1,720 5,852 65 43,674,764 19,116,542 173,439,093 145,412,747
Pampanga 112 8,979 2,043 11,022 7,360 1,614 8,974 81 21,956,728 11,542,969 119,172,743 51,716,330
Tarlac 104 6,062 2,372 8,434 5,037 1,439 6,476 77 30,400,349 12,387,277 82,480,877 84,946,419
Zambales 53 3,332 2,169 5,501 2,833 1,347 4,180 76 3,102,156 462,505 12,837,473 1,140,322
Aurora 38 3,353 2,137 5,490 2,147 1,066 3,213 59 2,750,810 711,481 22,509,790 16,337,257
1_/ Total number of ARBs in organizations do not tally with male and female breakdown because some provinces in ARMM did not reflect such breakdown

Source: Fourth Quarter National Consolidation Report-Bureau of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development (BARBD)
TOTAL NO. OF TOTAL NO. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP)
NO.
MEMBERS VS.
REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 1_/ MEMBERS 1_/
TOTAL CBU SAVINGS MOB. ASSETS LIABILITIES
ORGs. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MEMBERSHIP
IV-A 275 19,548 17,310 36,858 11,088 5,921 17,009 46 88,424,906 84,349,082 464,989,946 225,092,132
Batangas 49 4,762 4,030 8,792 2,895 1,408 4,303 49 24,971,711 10,754,562 152,684,435 72,539,945
Cavite 27 1,485 1,062 2,547 1,000 342 1,342 53 4,780,545 1,009,324 20,664,265 3,186,953
Laguna 31 1,717 1,108 2,825 1,117 588 1,705 60 3,948,274 1,793,396 31,773,850 20,623,736
Quezon I 49 3,964 4,177 8,141 1,939 1,167 3,106 38 26,887,483 52,963,225 113,069,827 72,751,821
Quezon II 80 4,305 4,791 9,096 2,061 1,452 3,513 39 20,189,586 17,450,674 61,806,332 38,486,130
Rizal 39 3,315 2,142 5,457 2,076 964 3,040 56 7,647,307 377,901 84,991,237 17,503,548

IV-B 270 15,621 12,547 28,168 10,149 6,158 16,307 58 91,211,874 12,702,451 432,912,153 317,526,890
Marinduque 34 812 1,003 1,815 692 865 1,557 86 2,978,002 417,986 7,126,632 3,798,449
Occ. Mindoro 95 5,917 4,013 9,930 3,503 1,429 4,932 50 64,716,735 9,330,035 291,104,497 187,428,202
Or. Mindoro 24 1,691 1,088 2,779 1,239 542 1,781 64 6,361,570 320,158 22,396,391 18,722,895
Palawan 77 5,379 4,832 10,211 3,644 2,395 6,039 59 14,760,492 2,073,025 101,662,566 104,196,517
Romblon 40 1,822 1,611 3,433 1,071 927 1,998 58 2,395,074 561,247 10,622,068 3,380,826

V 263 18,863 12,556 31,419 12,610 7,782 20,392 65 28,777,703 14,648,533 195,794,491 61,679,506
Albay 65 5,807 3,919 9,726 4,173 2,774 6,947 71 5,500,545 7,802,522 28,178,512 5,931,669
Camarines Norte 27 1,038 834 1,872 787 496 1,283 69 793,729 109,123 5,756,213 2,498,940
Camarines Sur 61 5,589 3,079 8,668 3,349 2,003 5,352 62 14,242,544 3,955,085 97,493,057 33,511,095
Catanduanes 33 1,403 1,046 2,449 1,106 706 1,812 74 638,637 49,162 2,314,650 606,043
Masbate 37 2,339 2,283 4,622 1,617 1,114 2,731 59 4,194,284 1,777,715 45,620,918 4,249,755
Sorsogon 40 2,687 1,395 4,082 1,578 689 2,267 56 3,407,963 954,927 16,431,141 14,882,005

VI 384 21,636 15,544 37,180 16,407 10,165 26,572 71 38,529,414 5,834,035 246,421,796 177,131,895
Aklan 46 2,415 2,578 4,993 1,740 1,662 3,402 68 4,239,540 1,503,870 17,947,786 10,429,737
Antique 54 3,222 2,617 5,839 2,024 1,509 3,533 61 4,115,622 1,088,106 33,361,527 19,758,971
Capiz 28 2,073 1,615 3,688 1,479 976 2,455 67 5,051,993 180,391 20,660,824 10,733,146
Guimaras 14 469 529 998 423 416 839 84 394,316 112,122 6,261,460 4,117,542
Iloilo 62 4,057 3,096 7,153 2,855 1,885 4,740 66 6,798,274 1,459,627 37,225,418 23,312,868
Negros Occidental 180 9,400 5,109 14,509 7,886 3,717 11,603 80 17,929,669 1,489,919 130,964,781 108,779,631
TOTAL NO. OF TOTAL NO. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP)
NO.
MEMBERS VS.
REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 1_/ MEMBERS 1_/
TOTAL CBU SAVINGS MOB. ASSETS LIABILITIES
ORGs. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MEMBERSHIP
VII 464 34,496 33,886 68,382 22,846 17,452 40,298 59 85,013,653 55,581,541 419,429,052 498,170,917
Bohol 167 14,372 14,358 28,730 8,485 5,581 14,066 49 42,035,224 28,467,454 184,299,505 76,481,326
Cebu 86 5,099 4,837 9,936 3,556 2,473 6,029 61 6,260,835 2,213,461 28,273,483 11,095,406
Negros Oriental 181 13,974 12,153 26,127 10,054 8,244 18,298 70 30,665,491 8,188,345 189,511,607 398,499,743
Siquijor 30 1,051 2,538 3,589 751 1,154 1,905 53 6,052,103 16,712,281 17,344,457 12,094,442

VIII 656 29,800 31,392 61,192 21,251 18,508 39,759 65 136,945,908 83,899,086 479,962,416 292,315,280
Biliran 50 1,832 1,801 3,633 1,538 1,287 2,825 78 3,708,090 653,296 29,142,834 7,537,006
Eastern Samar 117 3,874 3,558 7,432 3,435 3,049 6,484 87 6,132,062 - 20,686,395 10,964,921
Leyte 180 8,824 12,565 21,389 6,305 7,861 14,166 66 82,822,170 61,282,199 263,544,666 155,900,452
Northern Samar 67 2,329 1,831 4,160 1,254 801 2,055 49 4,420,445 945,462 15,187,996 8,204,324
Samar 100 3,408 2,454 5,862 3,238 2,358 5,596 95 2,504,707 177,094 20,664,593 17,665,577
Southern Leyte 142 9,533 9,183 18,716 5,481 3,152 8,633 46 37,358,434 20,841,034 130,735,931 92,042,999

IX 430 51,961 31,883 83,844 38,837 18,728 57,565 69 123,172,155 66,834,107 1,097,664,788 1,047,479,107
Zamboanga del Norte 115 16,403 8,248 24,651 12,323 5,194 17,517 71 15,157,696 4,232,956 184,267,998 116,522,260
Zamboanga del Sur 144 14,464 14,710 29,174 9,601 7,629 17,230 59 77,406,726 49,001,233 434,161,257 286,833,228
Zamboanga Sibugay 171 21,094 8,925 30,019 16,913 5,905 22,818 76 30,607,733 13,599,918 479,235,533 644,123,619

X 425 27,979 25,164 53,143 16,718 10,868 27,586 52 70,997,224 15,549,626 2,797,565,020 563,047,091
Bukidnon North 91 6,178 3,292 9,470 3,564 1,484 5,048 53 18,827,894 3,181,374 2,373,404,294 270,267,503
Bukidnon South 70 3,726 2,646 6,372 1,915 1,120 3,035 48 16,996,975 3,546,775 170,487,129 141,217,556
Camiguin 28 1,800 1,022 2,822 631 338 969 34 2,424,773 174,610 5,031,711 3,101,652
Misamis Occidental 62 3,817 3,822 7,639 2,602 2,752 5,354 70 9,206,194 3,068,720 54,846,513 23,103,917
Misamis Oriental 97 6,665 4,603 11,268 3,208 1,604 4,812 43 8,955,777 1,154,377 123,169,097 68,373,089
Lanao Del Norte 77 5,793 9,779 15,572 4,798 3,570 8,368 54 14,585,611 4,423,770 70,626,276 56,983,374

XI 382 40,549 21,897 62,446 22,802 10,606 33,408 53 427,751,838 87,780,755 6,373,322,865 4,149,623,463
Compostela Valley 65 14,386 6,682 21,068 6,186 3,799 9,985 47 104,622,370 57,227,828 1,461,764,781 1,341,869,315
Davao City 54 2,877 3,490 6,367 1,206 662 1,868 29 29,331,070 4,616,911 316,406,515 57,312,043
Davao del Norte 108 11,635 5,331 16,966 9,397 3,588 12,985 77 263,078,500 20,459,922 4,132,270,428 2,517,836,596
Davao Oriental 69 4,090 1,999 6,089 2,138 914 3,052 50 9,075,817 2,525,194 85,758,366 95,031,977
Davao del Sur 86 7,561 4,395 11,956 3,875 1,643 5,518 46 21,644,082 2,950,899 377,122,776 137,573,532
TOTAL NO. OF TOTAL NO. OF ARB ARB FINANCIAL STATUS (PHP)
NO.
MEMBERS VS.
REGION/PROVINCE OF MEMBERS 1_/ MEMBERS 1_/
TOTAL CBU SAVINGS MOB. ASSETS LIABILITIES
ORGs. MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MEMBERSHIP
XII 274 23,108 10,726 33,834 12,840 4,871 17,711 52 58,481,807 9,767,946 1,021,419,542 614,444,831
North Cotabato 90 6,339 3,158 9,497 2,794 1,131 3,925 41 7,321,586 923,519 244,322,847 71,073,928
Saranggani 37 3,257 1,219 4,476 1,729 524 2,253 50 5,446,776 796,542 232,306,660 161,193,014
South Cotabato 64 5,903 3,522 9,425 2,838 1,089 3,927 42 9,703,649 5,407,431 149,842,354 77,436,827
Sultan Kudarat 83 7,609 2,827 10,436 5,479 2,127 7,606 73 36,009,797 2,640,453 394,947,682 304,741,062

XIII 475 31,646 32,583 64,229 16,869 9,997 26,866 42 240,232,234 62,686,897 577,056,772 390,992,677
Agusan Del Norte 67 4,640 5,672 10,312 2,256 1,676 3,932 38 24,795,126 16,732,850 147,333,361 38,297,766
Agusan Del Sur 162 10,296 5,634 15,930 7,302 3,676 10,978 69 17,597,172 3,498,745 178,888,463 142,605,533
Surigao Del Norte 121 3,913 3,953 7,866 2,436 1,883 4,319 55 5,800,300 1,380,192 20,575,358 5,613,135
Surigao Del Sur 62 5,063 3,184 8,247 3,706 1,732 5,438 66 149,072,633 6,396,840 107,842,172 156,751,065
Dinagat Islands 63 7,734 14,140 21,874 1,169 1,030 2,199 10 42,967,004 34,678,270 122,417,417 47,725,178

ARMM 182 4,934 469 16,638 4,934 469 12,351 74 27,577,053 370,074 198,517,328 261,388,089
Basilan 14 4,934 469 5,403 4,934 469 5,403 100 27,577,053 370,074 198,517,328 261,388,089
Lanao Sur 61 - - 2,353 - - 1,432 61 0 0 0 0
Maguindanao 20 - - 2,220 - - 1,404 63 0 0 0 0
Sulu 2 - - 287 - - 287 100 0 0 0 0
Tawi-tawi 85 - - 6,375 - - 3,825 60 0 0 0 0
Table 12a
NUMBER OF NEW ARB MEMBERS IN ORGANIZATIONS/COOPERATIVES, BY REGION, BY PROVINCE
January - December 2010

TARGET
REGION/PROVINCE JAN-DEC. ACCOMP. % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010

PHILIPPINES 123,677 53,991 44 69,790

CAR 3,372 1,104 33 2,268


Abra 400 44 11 356
Apayao 200 50 25 150
Benguet 1,652 176 11 1,476
Ifugao 220 35 16 185
Kalinga 800 216 27 584
Mt. Province 100 583 583 (483)

I 9,197 2,475 27 6,722


Ilocos Norte 1,025 309 30 716
Ilocos Sur 500 549 110 (49)
La Union 768 1,018 133 (250)
Pangasinan 6,904 599 9 6,305

II 5,000 2,323 46 2,677


Batanes 25 34 136 (9)
Cagayan 1,000 677 68 323
Isabela 2,500 301 12 2,199
Nueva Vizcaya 1,000 641 64 359
Quirino 475 670 141 (195)
TARGET
REGION/PROVINCE JAN-DEC. ACCOMP. % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010

III 1,100 2,459 224 (1,359)


Aurora 150 173 115 (23)
Bataan 200 226 113 (26)
Bulacan 80 900 1,125 (820)
North N. Ecija 250 259 104 (9)
South N. Ecija 100 350 350 (250)
Pampanga 150 163 109 (13)
Tarlac 80 203 254 (123)
Zambales 90 185 206 (95)

IV-A (CALABARZON) 1,000 940 94 60


Batangas 75 207 276 (132)
Cavite 100 116 116 (16)
Laguna 475 177 37 298
Quezon I 150 163 109 (13)
Quezon II 200 236 118 (36)
Rizal - 41 (41)

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 11,793 873 7 10,920


Marinduque 752 55 7 697
Mindoro Occidental 2,861 403 14 2,458
Mindoro Oriental 1,224 24 2 1,200
Palawan 6,132 310 5 5,822
Romblon 824 81 10 743
TARGET
REGION/PROVINCE JAN-DEC. ACCOMP. % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010

V 8,086 5,119 63 2,967


Albay 2,428 1,499 62 929
Camarines Norte 500 82 16 418
Camarines Sur 2,384 1,788 75 596
Catanduanes 800 640 80 160
Masbate 1,054 639 61 415
Sorsogon 920 471 51 449

VI 8,584 1,355 16 7,229


Aklan 600 60 10 540
Antique 500 55 11 445
Capiz 1,320 120 9 1,200
Guimaras 120 34 28 86
Iloilo 2,044 360 18 1,684
Negros Occidental 4,000 726 18 3,274

VII 18,200 5,737 32 12,463


Bohol 5,800 765 13 5,035
Cebu 2,400 1,451 60 949
Negros Oriental 9,400 3,351 36 6,049
Siquijor 600 170 28 430

VIII 7,504 5,655 75 1,849


Biliran 747 308 41 439
Eastern Samar 950 401 42 549
Leyte 3,432 3,489 102 (57)
Northern Samar 800 787 98 13
Samar 975 95 10 880
Southern Leyte 600 575 96 25
TARGET
REGION/PROVINCE JAN-DEC. ACCOMP. % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010

IX 14,148 11,717 83 2,431


Zamboanga del Norte 5,264 5,265 100 (1)
Zamboanga del Sur 6,688 4,657 70 2,031
Zamboanga Sibugay 2,196 1,795 82 401

X 13,904 2,312 17 11,592


Bukidnon 5,208 1,562 30 3,646
Camiguin 163 4 2 159
Lanao Norte 2,200 90 4 2,110
Misamis Occidental 3,748 302 8 3,446
Misamis Oriental 2,585 354 14 2,231

XI 14,792 5,723 39 9,069


Compostela Valley 2,716 947 35 1,769
Davao City 1,244 93 7 1,151
Davao Norte 4,612 2,294 50 2,318
Davao Oriental 2,932 1,481 51 1,451
Davao Sur 3,288 908 28 2,380

XII 1,245 1,487 119 (403)


Cotabato 435 240 55 195
Saranggani 150 31 21 119
South Cotabato 125 185 148 (60)
Sultan Kudarat 535 1,192 223 (657)
TARGET
REGION/PROVINCE JAN-DEC. ACCOMP. % ACCOMP BALANCE
CY 2010

XIII 4,050 4,447 110 (397)


Agusan Norte 450 739 164 (289)
Agusan Sur 2,000 1,703 85 297
Surigao Norte 500 669 134 (169)
Surigao Sur 1,000 1,039 104 (39)
Dinagat Island 100 297 297 (197)

ARMM 1,702 265 16 1,702


Basilan 1,000 - - 1,000
Lanao del Sur 12 - - 12
Maguindanao 300 - - 300
Sulu 390 - - 390
Tawi-Tawi - - -
Table 13
COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES TO THE ARBs OUTSIDE THE ARCs
(Trainings, Credit, and Membership in ARB Organizations)
January - December 2010

NUMBER OF ARBs WITH COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES


REGION
MALE FEMALE TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 36,151 29,905 74,039

CAR 1,844 1,623 3,467


Abra 133 109 242
Apayao 399 105 504
Benguet -
Ifugao 154 80 234
Kalinga -
Mt. Province 1,158 1,329 2,487

I 400 302 702


Ilocos Norte 12 8 20
Ilocos Sur 65 10 75
La Union 323 284 607
Pangasinan - - -

II 1,501 835 2,336


Batanes -
Cagayan 50 50 100
Isabela 1,445 785 2,230
Nueva Vizcaya -
Quirino 6 6
NUMBER OF ARBs WITH COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES
REGION
MALE FEMALE TOTAL

III 1,703 769 2,472


Aurora 82 35 117
Bataan 20 26 46
Bulacan 133 200 333
North N. Ecija 122 41 163
South N. Ecija 395 126 521
Pampanga 22 - 22
Tarlac 155 82 237
Zambales 774 259 1,033

IV-A (CALABARZON) 1,470 771 2,241


Batangas 138 83 221
Cavite 680 271 951
Laguna 346 256 602
Quezon I - - -
Quezon II 151 92 243
Rizal 155 69 224

IV-B (MIMAROPA) 974 1,338 2,312


Marinduque 174 473 647
Mindoro Occidental 209 102 311
Mindoro Oriental - - -
Palawan 231 216 447
Romblon 360 547 907

V 1,503 1,374 2,877


Albay 329 217 546
Camarines Norte - - -
Camarines Sur - - -
Catanduanes 194 104 298
Masbate 371 649 1,020
Sorsogon 609 404 1,013
NUMBER OF ARBs WITH COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES
REGION
MALE FEMALE TOTAL

VI 2,523 1,794 13,033


Aklan - -
Antique - 8,250
Capiz 806 852 1,658
Guimaras - 466
Iloilo - -
Negros Occidental 1,717 942 2,659

VII 3,978 4,492 8,470


Bohol 3,238 2,997 6,235
Cebu 511 1,202 1,713
Negros Oriental 229 293 522
Siquijor - - -

VIII 2,335 1,777 4,112


Biliran - - -
Eastern Samar 51 45 96
Leyte 1,083 589 1,672
Northern Samar 339 448 787
Samar 17 24 41
Southern Leyte 845 671 1,516

IX 10,409 8,329 18,738


Zamboanga del Norte 676 72 748
Zamboanga del Sur 9,563 7,617 17,180
Zamboanga Sibugay 170 640 810

X 227 184 411


Bukidnon 151 149 300
Camiguin - - -
Lanao Norte 37 16 53
Misamis Occidental - - -
Misamis Oriental 39 19 58
NUMBER OF ARBs WITH COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES
REGION
MALE FEMALE TOTAL

XI - - -
Davao City -
Davao Norte -
Compostela Valley -
Davao Sur -
Davao Oriental -

XII 1,255 858 1,380


Cotabato 201 42 243
Saranggani 212 306 518
South Cotabato -
Sultan Kudarat 842 510 1,352

XIII 6,029 5,459 11,488


Agusan Norte 384 233 617
Agusan Sur - - -
Surigao Norte - - -
Surigao Sur 5,645 5,226 10,871
Dinagat Island - - -

ARMM - - -
Basilan -
Lanao del Sur -
Maguindanao -
Sulu -
Tawi-Tawi -
NUMBER OF ARBs WITH COMPLEMENTARY SUPPORT SERVICES
REGION
MALE FEMALE TOTAL

XIII 6,029 5,459 11,488


Agusan Norte 384 233 617
Agusan Sur - - -
Surigao Norte - - -
Surigao Sur 5,645 5,226 10,871
Dinagat Island - - -

ARMM - - -
Basilan -
Lanao del Sur -
Maguindanao -
Sulu -
Tawi-Tawi -
Table 14
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANDS FOR AGRIBUSINESS BY REGION
January - December 2010

NO. OF AGRIBUSINESS PLANS NO. OF AGRI- NO. OF HECTARES COVERED FOR AGRIBUSINESS
NO. OF ARBs SERVED NO. OF NON-ARBs SERVED
PREPARED BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (HA)
REGION VENTURES NEW LANDS
OPERA-
EXISTING
TARGET ACCOMP. % TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL
TIONALIZED TARGET ACCOMP. % LANDS

PHILIPPINES 147 182 124 136 18,443 26,799 145 36,032 66,146 1_/ 18,095 6,716 25,296 2_/ 1,261 450 1,764 2_/

CAR 14 5 36 1 472 270 57 364 994 1,404 976 2,440 4_/ 37 7 44


I 5 26 520 0 15 36 242 20 61 3_/ 137 81 560 4_/ - - -
II 11 12 109 6 1,706 147 9 1,547 1,694 591 107 698 20 - 20
III 11 14 127 6 421 206 49 386 592 478 122 600 34 5 39
IV-A 10 14 140 2 501 220 44 383 603 898 90 988 156 17 173
IV-B 6 5 83 3 374 1,913 511 67 1,980 105 58 163 - - 10 4_/

V 7 6 86 5 1,314 735 56 947 1,682 623 245 868 263 30 293


VI 7 17 243 6 1,790 - - 3,493 3,493 1,478 825 2,303 73 - 73
VII 14 31 221 31 50 563 1,125 365 928 878 306 1,184 - - -
VIII 13 17 131 42 1,520 540 36 1,293 1,833 1,507 451 1,958 55 40 95
IX 4 4 100 1 5,860 21,200 362 20,597 41,797 7,185 2,668 9,853 533 304 837
X 12 3 25 24 630 325 52 318 643 182 76 258 34 19 53
XI 5 14 280 0 2,000 - - - 1,785 - - - - - -
XII 7 6 86 0 325 268 82 131 399 225 121 429 4_/ 12 13 68 4_/

XIII 8 7 88 9 445 376 84 6,122 7,663 2,404 590 2,994 44 15 59


ARMM 13 1 8 0 1,020 - - - - - - - - - -
1_/ Not tally with the summation of new and existing lands developed for agribusineess due to some data with no breakdown.
2_/ Not tally with the summation of male and female due to some data of some province/region with no breakdown.
3_/ Not tally with the summation of new and existing lands developed for agribusiness due to some dquarterly data with no breakdown
4_/ No breakdown as to gender segretation.
SOURCES:
TARGET : DAR CY 2010 Work & Financial Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT : Field Office - 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c

NOTE: All regions cover January - December 2010 except for Regions IV-A and X data with Janaury - September 2010 data.
Data of ARMM covers Jnauary - June 2010 only
Table 14a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANDS FOR AGRIBUSINESS BY PROVINCE
January - Decembver 2010

NO. OF NO. OF AGRI- NO. OF HECTARES COVERED FOR AGRIBUSINESS


AGRI- BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NO. OF ARBs SERVED NO. OF NON--ARBs SERVED
REGION/ (HA)
BUSINESS VENTURES
PROVINCE
PLANS OPERA-
PREPARED TIONALIZED
NEW LANDS EXISTING LANDS TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 182 136 26,798.81 36,031.89 66,146.00 1_/ 18,095 6,716 25,296 2_/ 1,261 450 1,764 2_/

CAR 5 1 270.00 364.00 993.75 1,404 976 2,440 37 7 44


Abra 1 1 - 22.00 22.00 8 11 19 1 7 8
1_/
Apayao 1 0 270.00 258.00 651.00 321 0 321 36 - 36
Benguet 2 0 - - - 60 2_/ 0 -
Ifugao 0 236.75 992 906 1,898 0 - -
Kalinga 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 - -
Mt. Province 1 0 - 84.00 84.00 83 59 142 0 - -
I 26 0 36.33 20.00 61.33 1_/ 137 81 560 0 0 0
Ilocos Norte 10 0 21.33 - 21.33 24 21 45 0 - -
Ilocos Sur 0 - - 5.00 0 0 342 2_/ 0 - -
La Union 11 0 15.00 20.00 35.00 113 60 173 0 - -
Pangasinan 5 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 - -
II 12 6 147.00 1,547.00 1,694.00 591 107 698 20 0 20
Batanes 2 0 6.00 - 6.00 0 0 0 0 - -
Cagayan 2 0 - 854.00 854.00 456 73 529 0 - -
Isabela 4 4 21.00 693.00 714.00 91 10 101 20 - 20
Nueva Vizcaya 2 0 75.00 - 75.00 0 0 0 0 - -
Quirino 2 2 45.00 - 45.00 44 24 68 0 - -
III 14 6 205.95 386.00 591.95 478 122 600 34 5 39
Aurora 2 3 46.95 - 46.95 93 16 109 5 5 10
Bataan 2 2 62.00 43.00 105.00 72 44 116 0 - -
Bulacan 3 0 - 40.00 40.00 40 0 40 0 - -
Nueva Ecija-N 2 1 - 86.00 86.00 106 17 123 0 - -
Nueva Ecija-S 1 0 - 28.00 28.00 32 0 32 0 - -
Pampanga 2 0 - 162.00 162.00 0 0 0 0 - -
Tarlac 1 0 60.00 - 60.00 0 0 0 0 - -
Zambales 1 0 37.00 27.00 64.00 135 45 180 29 - 29
1_/ Not tally with the summation of new and existing lands developed for agribusiness due to some data with no breakdown
2_/ No breakdown as to male and female configuration
NO. OF NO. OF AGRI- NO. OF HECTARES COVERED FOR AGRIBUSINESS
AGRI- BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NO. OF ARBs SERVED NO. OF NON--ARBs SERVED
REGION/ (HA)
BUSINESS VENTURES
PROVINCE
PLANS OPERA-
PREPARED TIONALIZED
NEW LANDS EXISTING LANDS TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL

IV-A 14 2 220.13 383.25 603.38 898 90 988 156 17 173


Batangas 0 0 42.00 42.00 30 0 30 - -
Cavite 4 0 154.00 80.00 234.00 141 0 141 43 - 43
Laguna 2 2 - 33.00 33.00 6 0 6 0 - -
Quezon I 0 0 2.25 0.25 2.50 8 0 8 0 - -
Quezon II 5 0 9.88 9.88 21 5 26 8 5 13
Rizal 3 0 12.00 270.00 282.00 692 85 777 105 12 117
IV-B 5 3 1,912.70 67.00 1,979.70 105 58 163 0 0 10
Occ. Mindoro 2 2 - 55.00 55.00 3 0 3 0 - -
Or. Mindoro 0 0 40.00 - 40.00 10 10 20 0 - 10 2_/
Marinduque 1 1 1,648.50 8.00 1,656.50 65 38 103 0 - -
Romblon 1 0 8.20 4.00 12.20 27 10 37 0 - -
Palawan 1 0 216.00 - 216.00 0 0 0 0 - -
V 6 5 735.00 947.25 1,682.25 623 245 868 263 30 293
Albay 1 1 560.00 360.00 920.00 415 55 470 243 30 273
Cam. Norte 1 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 - -
Cam. Sur 0 0 - 480.00 480.00 0 0 0 0 - -
Catanduanes 1 2 71.00 - 71.00 102 159 261 0 - -
Masbate 2 2 90.00 - 90.00 70 0 70 20 - 20
Sorsogon 1 0 14.00 107.25 121.25 36 31 67 0 - -
VI 17 6 - 3,492.87 3,492.87 1,478 825 2,303 73 0 73
Aklan 2 0 - 41.00 41.00 86 76 162 73 - 73
Antique 12 3 - 1,713.40 1,713.40 924 607 1531 0 - -
Capiz 1 1 - 39.00 39.00 25 18 43 0 - -
Guimaras 0 1 - 61.47 61.47 35 38 73 0 - -
Iloilo 2 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 - -
Negros Occ. 0 1 - 1,638.00 1,638.00 408 86 494 0 - -
VII 31 31 562.67 364.92 927.59 878 306 1,184 0 0 0
Bohol 4 2 168.80 83.00 251.80 338 96 434 0 - -
Cebu 0 0 12.50 - 12.50 17 1 18 0 - -
Negros Or. 27 26 381.38 231.87 613.25 468 209 677 0 - -
Siquijor 0 3 - 50.05 50.05 55 0 55 0 - -
VIII 17 42 540.03 1,292.79 1,832.82 1,507 451 1,958 55 40 95
Biliran 3 15 148.26 795.79 944.05 525 291 816 0 - -
Eastern Samar 3 3 29.00 - 29.00 12 20 32 0 - -
Leyte 2 10 35.76 25.00 60.76 102 28 130 7 5 12
Nrthrn Samar 1 0 - 53.00 53.00 96 0 96 0 - -
Samar 6 0 290.00 115.00 405.00 280 10 290 0 - -
So. Leyte 2 14 37.01 304.00 341.01 492 102 594 48 35 83
NO. OF NO. OF AGRI- NO. OF HECTARES COVERED FOR AGRIBUSINESS
AGRI- BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NO. OF ARBs SERVED NO. OF NON--ARBs SERVED
REGION/ (HA)
BUSINESS VENTURES
PROVINCE
PLANS OPERA-
PREPARED TIONALIZED
NEW LANDS EXISTING LANDS TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL

IX 4 1 21,200.00 20,596.85 41,796.85 7,185 2,668 9,853 533 304 837


Zambo. Norte 1 1 1,466.00 3,862.00 5,328.00 681 189 870 56 27 83
Zambo Sibgay 1 1 - 690.00 690.00 300 250 550 100 50 150
Zambo. Sur 3 0 19,734.00 16,044.85 35,778.85 6,204 2,229 8,433 377 227 604
X 3 24 325.00 317.72 642.72 182 76 258 34 19 53
Bukdinon 3 2 35.00 73.22 108.22 59 0 59 6 - 6
Camiguin 0 2 30.00 - 30.00 20 0 20 0 - -
Lanao Norte 0 0 - 58.00 58.00 31 27 58 0 - -
Misamis Occ. 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 - -
Misamis Or. 0 20 260.00 186.50 446.50 72 49 121 28 19 47
XI 14 0 - - 1,784.69 3_/ 0 0 0 0 0 0
Comp. Valley 2 211.00
Davao City 1 6.36
Davao Norte 1 176.33
Davao Or. 5 107.00
Davao Sur 5 1,284.00
XII 6 0 268.00 130.72 398.72 225 121 429 12 13 68
Cotabato 1 0 150.00 - 150.00 95 93 188 0 - 43 2_/
Saranggani 0 0 - 130.72 130.72 0 0 83 2_/ 0 - -
So. Cotabato 1 0 45.00 - 45.00 85 5 90 0 - -
Sultan Kudarat 4 0 73.00 - 73.00 45 23 68 12 13 25
XIII 7 9 376.00 6,121.52 7,663.39 2,404 590 2,994 44 15 59
Agusan Norte 3 0 50.00 9.00 59.00 61 12 73 0 - -
Agusan Sur 2 0 - 5,548.92 6,543.79 1711 319 2030 0 - -
Surigao Norte 0 7 - 128.60 128.60 108 41 149 0 - -
Surigao Sur 2 2 326.00 435.00 932.00 349 128 477 44 15 59
Dinagat Islands 0 0 0.00 - 0.00 175 90 265 0 - -
ARMM 1 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0
Basilan
Lanao Sur 1
Maguindanao
Sulu
Tawi-tawi
2_/ No breakdown as to gender segregation
3_/ No breakdown as to new and existing lands developed for agribusiness
NOTE:
Data of Regions IV_A, and X, cover Jnaaury - September 2010 only
Data of ARMM covers Jnauary - June 2010 only
Table 14b
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANDS FOR AGRIBUSINESS BY REGION
2008 - DECEMBER 2010

AGRIBUSINESS VENTURES OPERATIONALIZATION


NO. OF HECTARES
NO. OF AGRIBUSINESS COVERED FOR
REGION NO. OF AGRIBUSINESS
PLANS PREPARED AGRIBUSINESS NO. OF NON- ARBs
VENURES NO. OF ARBs SERVED
DEVELOPMENT (HA) SERVED
OPERATIONALIZED

PHILIPPINES 375 141,949 633 61,527 6,196


CAR 12 4,995 27 3,690 427
I 28 1,022 5 1,615 -
II 23 6,593 22 3,736 725
III 28 2,901 29 2,208 194
IV-A 33 4,326 5 1,645 173
IV-B 18 4,897 47 1,537 70
V 12 4,346 17 1,334 352
VI 37 9,151 65 5,144 179
VII 78 3,872 79 2,486 79
VIII 28 7,586 118 3,223 703
IX 10 53,790 10 11,194 1,147
X 11 3,269 115 1,279 629
XI 20 7,750 60 8,299 1,101
XII 13 10,492 3 7,999 68
CARAGA 23 16,961 31 6,138 349
ARMM 1 0 - -

1_/ New indicator since CY 2009


2_/ Includes new and existing lands for agribusiness development
Table 15
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AGRI AND NON-AGRI ENTERPRISES
January to December 2010

NO. OF
NO. OF PRODUCTS & SERVICES NO. OF PRODUCTS LAUNCHED IN
PRODUCTS W/ MSMEs 1_/
DEVELOPED COMMERCIAL MARKETS
APPROVED
PERMITS
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
(FROM KEY
TARGET ACCOMP. % TARGET ACCOMP. % REGULATORY MSMEs ORG.
AGENCIES INVOLVED INVOLVED MALE FEMALE TOTAL
e.g.DTI)
PHILIPPINES 303 544 180 200 265 133 55 285 389 4,206 3,018 7,289 1_/
CAR 12 24 200 4 12 300 5 13 28 419 66 535 2_/
I 7 27 386 4 5 125 1 14 14 526 304 830
II 19 21 111 12 16 133 7 10 22 184 460 644
III 14 26 186 11 15 136 7 21 12 159 124 283
IV-A 14 24 171 9 4 44 1 2 11 372 231 603
IV-B 26 49 188 15 16 107 15 6 12 205 111 316
V 10 26 260 15 12 80 7 81 22 448 236 684
VI 27 56 207 21 12 57 - 32 40 141 55 196
VII 58 82 141 38 54 142 4 25 41 357 570 927
VIII 17 50 294 9 30 333 3 21 16 203 264 467
IX 14 19 136 6 11 183 - 4 3 35 21 71 2_/
X 24 29 121 15 13 87 - 21 22 434 229 663
XI 23 37 161 14 21 150 - - 45 - - -
XII 6 21 350 6 11 183 4 27 50 245 140 385
CARAGA 14 51 364 13 31 238 1 6 49 478 166 644
ARMM 18 2 11 8 2 25 - 2 2 - 41 41
1_/ Not tally with the summation of gender segregation due to some regions with no breakdown.
2_/ Not tally with the summation of gender segregation due to some quarterly data with no breakdown
NOTE:
All regions cover January - December 2010 except for Regions IV-A and X data with Janaury - September 2010 data.
Data of ARMM covers January - June 2010 only
Table 15a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AGRI AND NON-AGRI ENTERPRISES BY PROVINCE
Janaury - December 2010

NO. OF NO. OF PRODUCTS NO. OF PRODUCTS W/ MSMEs 1_/


PRODUCTS & LAUNCHED IN APPROVED PERMITS
REGION / PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
SERVICES COMMERCIAL (FROM KEY REGULATORY NO. OF ORG.
MSMEs
DEVELOPED MARKETS AGENCIES e.g.DTI) INVOLVED MALE FEMALE TOTAL
INVOLVED

PHILIPPINES 544 265 55 285 389 4,206 3,018 7,289

CAR 24 12 5 13 28 419 66 535


Abra 1 1 0 0 1 16 6 22
Apayao 4 4 5 7 4 353 33 386
Benguet 7 0 0 0 9 0 0 0
Ifugao 3 0 0 0 5 50 27 77
Kalinga 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mt. Province 5 4 0 6 9 0 0 50 2_/

I 27 5 1 14 14 526 304 830


Ilocos Norte 12 1 1 1 1 4 20 24
Ilocos Sur 3 0 0 10 10 495 261 756
La Union 3 1 0 3 3 27 23 50
Pangasinan 9 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
II 21 16 7 10 22 184 460 644
Batanes - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cagayan 4 3 1 1 4 43 21 64
Isabela 9 7 4 9 5 95 371 466
Nueva Vizcaya 6 2 2 0 6 11 46 57
Quirino 2 3 0 0 7 35 22 57
III 26 15 7 21 12 159 124 283
Aurora 1 1 0 0 0 12 8 20
Bataan 2 2 0 4 4 68 66 134
Bulacan 9 5 5 0 4 0 0 0
Nueva Ecija-N 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nueva Ecija-S 2 2 0 0 2 3 6 9
Pampanga 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tarlac 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Zambales 2 2 2 17 2 76 44 120
1_/ No target set
2_/ No breakdown as to male and female configuration
NO. OF NO. OF PRODUCTS NO. OF PRODUCTS W/ MSMEs 1_/
PRODUCTS & LAUNCHED IN APPROVED PERMITS
REGION / PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
SERVICES COMMERCIAL (FROM KEY REGULATORY NO. OF ORG.
MSMEs
DEVELOPED MARKETS AGENCIES e.g.DTI) INVOLVED MALE FEMALE TOTAL
INVOLVED
IV-A (CALABARZON) 24 4 1 2 11 372 231 603
Batangas 10 0 0 0 6 336 193 529
Cavite 1 1 1 1 1 2 8 10
Laguna 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Quezon I 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Quezon II 1 3 0 0 3 2 4 6
Rizal 3 0 0 1 1 32 26 58
IV-B (MIMAROPA) 49 16 15 6 12 205 111 316
Occ. Mindoro 12 3 0 1 1 0 4 4
Or. Mindoro 4 4 4 4 3 130 6 136
Marinduque 8 0 0 0 2 1 5 6
Romblon 2 2 0 3_/ 5 72 70 142
Palawan 23 7 11 1 1 2 26 28
V 26 12 7 81 22 448 236 684
Albay 1 1 0 70 6 236 61 297
Cam. Norte 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Cam. Sur 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Catanduanes 6 2 0 4 4 38 35 73
Masbate 10 6 6 0 6 80 100 180
Sorsogon 6 2 1 7 5 94 40 134
VI 56 12 0 32 40 141 55 196
Aklan 6 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Antique 11 2 0 17 13 1 11 12
Capiz 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guimaras 9 0 0 3_/ 3 0 0 0
Iloilo 17 0 0 0 9 0 0 0
Negros Occ. 11 3 0 15 15 140 44 184
VII 82 54 4 25 41 357 570 927
Bohol 30 22 0 1 16 75 327 402
Cebu 31 18 4 8 11 109 143 252
Negros Or. 16 11 0 16 9 173 10 183
Siquijor 5 3 0 0 5 0 90 90
3_/ The figure for Romblon and Guimaras indicated a total of 142 and 71 MSMEs, respectively; the figure have yet to be validated.
NO. OF NO. OF PRODUCTS NO. OF PRODUCTS W/ MSMEs 1_/
PRODUCTS & LAUNCHED IN APPROVED PERMITS
REGION / PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
SERVICES COMMERCIAL (FROM KEY REGULATORY NO. OF ORG.
MSMEs
DEVELOPED MARKETS AGENCIES e.g.DTI) INVOLVED MALE FEMALE TOTAL
INVOLVED
VIII 50 30 3 21 16 203 264 467
Biliran 9 5 1 2 2 76 122 198
Eastern Samar 16 16 0 0 4 91 78 169
Leyte 8 7 0 2 2 0 0 0
Nrthrn Samar 6 2 2 1 1 9 14 23
Samar 1 0 0 0 0 10 15 25
So. Leyte 10 0 0 16 7 17 35 52
IX 19 11 0 4 3 35 21 71 4_/

Zambo. Norte 6 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Zambo Sibgay 4 4 0 2 2 25 7 47
Zambo. Sur 9 4 0 1 1 10 14 24
X 29 13 0 21 22 434 229 663
Bukdinon                 16  9 0 9                    10  131 114 245
Camiguin                   1  0 0 1                      1  13 0 13
Lanao Norte                   2  2 0 5                      5  180 95 275
Misamis Occ.                   4  0 0 0                     ‐    0 0 0
Misamis Or.                   6  2 0 6                      6  110 20 130
XI 37 21 0 0 45 0 0 0
Comp. Valley 4 4 4
Davao City 6 1
Davao Norte 7 3 1
Davao Or. 11 1 19
Davao Sur 9 12 21
XII 21 11 4 27 50 245 140 385
Cotabato 11 3 2 9 9 106 55 161
Saranggani 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
So. Cotabato 3 1 0 9 19 78 61 139
Sultan Kudarat 3 4 2 9 22 61 24 85
NO. OF NO. OF PRODUCTS NO. OF PRODUCTS W/ MSMEs 1_/
PRODUCTS & LAUNCHED IN APPROVED PERMITS
REGION / PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
SERVICES COMMERCIAL (FROM KEY REGULATORY NO. OF ORG.
MSMEs
DEVELOPED MARKETS AGENCIES e.g.DTI) INVOLVED MALE FEMALE TOTAL
INVOLVED
CARAGA 51 31 1 6 49 478 166 644
Agusan Norte 5 5 0 0 5 0 0 0
Agusan Sur 22 14 1 0 23 0 0 0
Surigao Norte 11 5 0 0 10 105 128 233
Surigao Sur 6 5 0 6 6 103 38 141
Dinagat Islands 7 2 0 0 5 270 0 270
ARMM 2 2 0 2 2 - 41 41
Basilan 2 2 2 2 5_/ 41 41
Lanao Sur -
Maguindanao -
Sulu -
Tawi-tawi -
4_/. Not tally with the summation of gender segregation due to 4th Qtr data with no breakdown as to male and female
5_/ Data for Basilan indicated a total of 1,000 male ARBs but this has yet to be validated
NOTE:
All regions cover January - December 2010 except for Regions IV-A and X data with Janaury - September 2010 data.
Data of ARMM covers January - June 2010 only
Table 15b
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN GENDER-RESPONSIVE AGRI AND NON-AGRI ENTERPRISES
2004 - DECEMBER 2010

MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs)


NO. OF
NO. OF PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS & NO. OF ARB
REGION LAUNCHED IN NO. OF MSMEs NO. OF ARBs
SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS
COMMERCIAL MARKET OPERATIONALIZED INVOLVED
DEVELOPED INVOLVED

PHILIPPINES 3,172 1,277 517 735 14,671


CAR 100 59 28 41 894
I 220 49 37 39 1,109
II 315 76 39 111 1,462
III 511 102 35 26 677
IV-A 101 33 3 12 628
IV-B 182 77 8 14 339
V 109 76 94 42 909
VI 188 62 48 50 942
VII 423 234 66 106 2,662
VIII 181 106 28 30 915
IX 165 63 28 27 499
X 101 67 25 26 708
XI 219 74 15 81 902
XII 86 49 34 56 588
CARAGA 269 148 27 72 1,396
ARMM 2 2 2 2 41
Table 16
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROVISION OF MARKETING ASSISTANCE, BY REGION
January - December 2010

MARKETING CONTRACTS WITH AGRI-BUSINESS FIRMS/BUYERS


NO. OF MARKETING CENTERS
REGION NO. OF CONTRACTS FACILITATED AMOUNT INVOLVED (PhP) NO. OF ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED ESTABLISHED

TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP % TARGET ACCOMP %

PHILIPPINES 706 1,375 195 144,513,004 1,390,696,020 962 586 600 102 65 73 112

CAR 66 368 558 1,995,000 22,003,275 1,103 27 33 122 16 16 100


I 27 139 515 16,510,000 274,030,735 1,660 94 104 111 1 - -
II 29 29 100 3,755,000 7,953,200 212 17 13 76 5 12 240
III 56 71 127 3,330,000 13,563,909 407 43 54 126 5 8 160
IV-A 30 59 197 9,691,000 17,930,806 185 36 28 78 - 1
IV-B 57 74 130 14,032,000 692,458,020 4,935 46 49 107 3 3 100
V 21 29 138 720,000 19,155,039 2,660 22 33 150 5 - -
VI 43 75 174 6,505,000 7,928,685 122 25 26 104 2 1 50
VII 83 90 108 7,700,000 32,302,803 420 32 41 128 10 10 100
VIII 12 15 125 2,752,500 3,432,683 125 19 10 53 7 10 143
IX 79 95 120 26,200,000 70,908,906 271 92 94 102 2 5 250
X 90 33 37 26,790,000 18,799,995 70 37 31 84 3 1 33
XI 33 112 339 12,600,000 96,145,712 763 36 28 78 - -
XII 26 116 446 502,504 53,746,188 10,696 15 13 87 1 4 400
CARAGA 28 65 232 410,000 56,336,064 13,741 26 42 162 2 2 100
ARMM 26 5 19 11,020,000 4,000,000 36 19 1 5 3 - -

NOTE:
1. Data of all regions cover January - December 2010. except Region X with January - September data only
2. Data of ARMM covers January - June 2010 only

SOURCES:
TARGET DAR CY 2010 Work & Financial Plan
ACCOMPLISHMENT Field Office - 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c
Table 16a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROVISION OF MARKETING ASSISTANCE, BY REGION
January - December 2010

MARKETING CONTRACTS WITH AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/BUYERS


NO. OF CONTRACTS NO. OF MARKETING
REGION / NO. OF
FACILITATED WITH AMOUNT INVOLVED CENTERS
PROVINCE ORGANIZATIONS
AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/ (PhP) ESTABLISHED
INVOLVED
BUYERS

PHILIPPINES 1,375 1,390,696,019.61 600 73


CAR 368 22,003,275.00 33 16
Abra 2 0 2 1
Apayao 2 17,100,000.00 3 3
Benguet 328 2,238,601.00 0 4
Ifugao 12 1,169,000.00 7 0
Kalinga 7 334,970.00 8 1
Mt. Province 17 1,160,704.00 13 7
I 139 274,030,735.00 104 0
Ilocos Norte 27 7,259,431.00 19 0
Ilocos Sur 76 220,238,598.00 50 0
La Union 12 2,050,000.00 12 0
Pangasinan 24 44,482,706.00 23 0
II 29 7,953,200.00 13 12
Batanes 1 - 0 1
Cagayan 4 578,200 3 2
Isabela 19 6,700,000 6 9
Nueva Vizcaya 5 675,000 4 0
Quirino 0 - 0 0
MARKETING CONTRACTS WITH AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/BUYERS
NO. OF CONTRACTS NO. OF MARKETING
REGION / NO. OF
FACILITATED WITH AMOUNT INVOLVED CENTERS
PROVINCE ORGANIZATIONS
AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/ (PhP) ESTABLISHED
INVOLVED
BUYERS

III 71 13,563,909.00 54 8
Aurora 7 2,881,750.00 7 0
Bataan 12 810,000.00 12 2
Bulacan 9 1,075,000.00 9 0
Nueva Ecija-N 6 2,683,986.00 1 0
Nueva Ecija-S 8 850,000.00 6 0
Pampanga 6 475,000.00 6 0
Tarlac 17 3,805,173.00 8 0
Zambales 6 983,000.00 5 6
IV-A 59 17,930,806.41 28 1
Batangas 24 12,169,534.41 6
Cavite 9 1,377,163.00 9
Laguna 14 2,533,840.00 5
Quezon I 6 1,197,269.00 3
Quezon II 2 - 2
Rizal 4 653,000.00 3 1
IV-B 74 692,458,020.00 49 3
Occ. Mindoro 33 82,573,020.00 28 1
Or. Mindoro 0 - 0 0
Marinduque 26 581,910,000.00 15 1
Romblon 10 - 2 0
Palawan 5 27,975,000.00 4 1
V 29 19,155,038.70 33 0
Albay 1 8,050,000 5
Cam. Norte 0 - 0
Cam. Sur 7 9,123,100 4
Catanduanes 12 156,255 13
Masbate 4 60,000 4
Sorsogon 5 1,765,684 7
MARKETING CONTRACTS WITH AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/BUYERS
NO. OF CONTRACTS NO. OF MARKETING
REGION / NO. OF
FACILITATED WITH AMOUNT INVOLVED CENTERS
PROVINCE ORGANIZATIONS
AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/ (PhP) ESTABLISHED
INVOLVED
BUYERS

VI 75 7,928,685.00 26 1
Aklan 2 38,000.00 2 0
Antique 47 2,148,535.00 15 1
Capiz 12 1.00 0 0
Guimaras 0 - 0 0
Iloilo 11 2,065,496.00 6 0
Negros Occ. 3 3,676,653.00 3 0
VII 90 32,302,802.50 41 10
Bohol 23 15,011,600.00 13 0
Cebu 22 465,428.00 7 1
Negros Or. 36 15,647,774.50 15 6
Siquijor 9 1,178,000.00 6 3
VIII 15 3,432,683.00 10 10
Biliran 3 520,633.00 2 3
Eastern Samar - - 0 0
Leyte 4 720,524.00 4 1
Nrthrn Samar 2 10,800.00 1 1
Samar - - 0 1
So. Leyte 6 2,180,726.00 3 4
IX 95 70,908,906.00 94 5
Zambo. Norte 19 2,500,008.00 12 1
Zambo Sibgay 56 49,511,500.00 60 2
Zambo. Sur 20 18,897,398.00 22 2
X 33 18,799,995.00 31 1
Bukdinon 0 16,803,295.00 10 0
Camiguin 5 100,000.00 4 0
Lanao Norte 5 350,000.00 3 1
Misamis Occ. 6 859,700.00 7 0
Misamis Or. 17 687,000.00 7 0
MARKETING CONTRACTS WITH AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/BUYERS
NO. OF CONTRACTS NO. OF MARKETING
REGION / NO. OF
FACILITATED WITH AMOUNT INVOLVED CENTERS
PROVINCE ORGANIZATIONS
AGRIBUSINESS FIRMS/ (PhP) ESTABLISHED
INVOLVED
BUYERS

XI 112 96,145,712.00 28 0
Comp. Valley 3 4,300,000.00 4
Davao City 8 2,000,000.00 2
Davao Norte 6 83,774,602.00 4
Davao Or. 2 2,997,000.00 3
Davao Sur 93 3,074,110.00 15
XII 116 53,746,188.00 13 4
Cotabato 43 22,440,000.00 0 0
Saranggani 12 7,648,000.00 1 0
So. Cotabato 49 23,658,188.00 4 2
Sultan Kudarat 12 - 8 2
CARAGA 65 56,336,064.00 42 2
Agusan Norte 19 896,297.00 8 1
Agusan Sur 9 54,537,100.00 7 0
Surigao Norte 17 152,375.00 9 0
Surigao Sur 6 420,292.00 4 1
Dinagat Islands 14 330,000.00 14 1
ARMM 5 4,000,000.00 1 0
Basilan 5 4,000,000.00 1
Lanao Sur
Maguindanao
Sulu
Tawi-tawi
NOTE:
1. Data of all regions cover January - December 2010 except for Region X with data cover January - September 2010 only.
2. Data of ARMM covers January to June 2010 only
Table 16b
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE PROVISION OF MARKETING ASSISTANCE BY REGION
1995 - DECEMBER 2010

NO. OF MARKETING
AMOUNT INVOLVED
CONTRACTS NO. OF MARKETING
IN THE FACILITATED NO. OF ORG.
REGION FACILITATED WITH CENTERS
CONTRACTS INVOVLED
AGRIBUSINESS ESTABLISHED
(PhP M)
FIRMS/BUYERS

*_/ *_/ *_/ *_/


PHILIPPINES 8,064 3,877.58 6,070 227
CAR 948 68.11 161 34
I 698 1,013.05 516 1
II 106 17.16 124 33
III 621 64.20 568 17
IV-A 492 74.15 295 5
IV-B 331 879.30 255 7
V 161 23.56 192 12
VI 315 32.04 209 19
VII 565 61.77 249 22
VIII 124 23.60 193 30
IX 623 164.18 322 11
X 509 264.06 189 6
XI 514 958.42 318 11
XII 172 89.49 205 10
XIII 327 75.76 331 9
ARMM 29 16.00 2 -
*_/ Not tally with the summation of regional breakdown due to data for the period 1995-2003 with no regional breakdown
Table 17
PROVISION OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND SOCIALIZED CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE ASSISTANCE, BY REGION
January to December 2010

TARGET TOTAL ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMPLISHMENT

NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs AMOUNT OF


AMOUNT OF LOAN AMOUNT OF LOAN
REGION NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO-
PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
FINANCE THESE FINANCE THESE
WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE THESE
SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS

PHILIPPINES 637 35,212 43,810 20,694 297,692,100 823 36,218 33,903 23,367 1,205,325,457 129 103 77 113 405

CAR 36 2,011 494 438 24,075,000 12 1,573 187 767 31,533,193 33 78 38 175 131

I 34 1,400 670 140 14,900,000 70 4,537 1,044 206 73,693,720 206 324 156 147 495

II 30 2,616 1,620 911 18,131,000 45 1,981 2,636 2,978 95,247,242 150 76 163 327 525

III 37 1,074 3,720 3,748 67,025,000 71 1,713 4,422 4,599 181,174,158 192 159 119 123 270

IV - A 30 1,805 704 193 12,158,000 45 2,232 247 189 24,736,923 150 124 35 98 203

IV - B 36 1,671 2,564 2,664 14,710,000 47 4,111 1,019 2,823 154,300,568 131 246 40 106 1,049

V 22 750 1,080 24 5,780,000 43 513 2,826 116 26,501,047 195 68 262 483 458

VI 41 1,575 4,520 1,701 29,590,000 52 1,240 1,235 477 27,884,497 127 79 27 28 94

VII 132 6,350 6,250 272 56,000,000 144 2,086 2,130 157 143,877,778 109 33 34 58 257

VIII 25 2,910 5,650 52 12,700,000 49 3,634 4,987 151 79,170,377 196 125 88 290 623

IX 56 6,557 6,012 4,305 4,272,000 65 6,954 1,249 1,987 27,353,447 116 106 21 46 640

X 35 1,460 3,250 1,408 25,070,000 44 1,987 6,163 1,248 48,449,042 126 136 190 89 193

XI 27 1,279 1,826 1,079 6,680,000 53 0 2,653 3,501 162,072,604 196 0 145 324 2,426

XII 18 414 760 426 1,751,100 15 909 630 329 50,374,035 83 220 83 77 2,877

CARAGA 54 750 3,200 3,200 3,200,000 68 2,748 2,475 3,839 78,956,826 126 366 77 120 2,467

ARMM 24 2,590 1,490 133 1,650,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Source: Target: DAR CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan, PPD-PS


Accomplishment: For Regions CAR, I, II, II, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII and CARAGA - CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports; For Region X - 3rd Quarter CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports.
Table 17a
PROVISION OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND SOCIALIZED CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE ASSISTANCE, BY PROVINCE
January to December 2010

TARGET TOTAL ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMPLISHMENT

NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs AMOUNT OF


AMOUNT OF LOAN AMOUNT OF LOAN
REGION NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO-
PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
FINANCE THESE FINANCE THESE
WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE THESE
SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS

PHILIPPINES 637 35,212 43,810 20,694 297,692,100 823 36,218 33,903 23,367 1,205,325,457 129 103 77 113 405

CAR 36 2,011 494 438 24,075,000 12 1,573 187 767 31,533,193 33 78 38 175 131
Abra 1 100 4 2 500,000 105 19 4 1,866,918 0 105 475 200 373
Apayao 5 576 100 5 250,000 3 87 16 17 5,618,815 60 15 16 340 2,248
Benguet 19 1,050 0 40 14,000,000 3 40 91 13 4,283,160 16 4 33 31
Ifugao 7 160 120 120 1,175,000 2 26 31 18 2,566,300 29 16 26 15 218
Kalinga 1 25 0 1 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mt. Province 3 100 270 270 8,100,000 4 1,315 30 715 17,198,000 133 1,315 11 265 212
I 34 1,400 670 140 14,900,000 70 4,537 1,044 206 73,693,720 206 324 156 147 495
Ilocos Norte 7 190 115 12 3,000,000 8 422 665 13 13,356,049 114 222 578 108 445
Ilocos Sur 10 530 170 20 2,000,000 24 2,158 11 87 20,532,835 240 407 6 435 1,027
La Union 7 200 140 8 400,000 9 490 257 18 4,327,586 129 245 184 225 1,082
Pangasinan 10 480 245 100 9,500,000 29 1,467 111 88 35,477,250 290 306 45 88 373
II 30 2,616 1,620 911 18,131,000 45 1,981 2,636 2,978 95,247,242 150 76 163 327 525
Batanes 2 50 30 1 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cagayan 12 496 100 100 2,000,000 17 287 324 104 7,557,000 142 58 324 104 378
Isabela 4 1,120 800 800 4,000,000 16 1,193 1,671 2,864 64,810,908 400 107 209 358 1,620
Nueva Vizcaya 10 800 600 8 12,000,000 11 371 641 9 21,280,334 110 46 107 113 177
Quirino 2 150 90 2 101,000 1 130 0 1 1,599,000 50 87 0 50 1,583
III 37 1,074 3,720 3,748 67,025,000 71 1,713 4,422 4,599 181,174,158 192 159 119 123 270
Aurora 2 50 250 252 2,100,000 4 61 0 6 4,109,364 200 122 0 2 196
Bataan 5 150 580 585 4,625,000 5 17 748 752 4,826,000 100 11 129 129 104
Bulacan 7 120 1,100 1,107 19,800,000 8 164 1,067 1,083 29,919,876 114 137 97 98 151
Nueva Ecija-North 4 120 300 304 5,900,000 9 247 315 333 36,315,112 225 206 105 110 616
Nueva Ecija-South 9 324 200 200 15,000,000 10 342 208 306 35,359,700 111 106 104 153 236
Pampanga 4 120 850 854 15,000,000 19 565 1,117 1,136 53,355,665 475 471 131 133 356
Tarlac 4 120 240 244 2,600,000 14 247 379 393 12,136,904 350 206 158 161 467
Zambales 2 70 200 202 2,000,000 2 70 588 590 5,151,537 100 100 294 292 258
TARGET TOTAL ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMPLISHMENT

NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs AMOUNT OF


AMOUNT OF LOAN AMOUNT OF LOAN
REGION NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO-
PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
FINANCE THESE FINANCE THESE
WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE THESE
SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS

IV - A 30 1,805 704 193 12,158,000 45 2,232 247 189 24,736,923 150 124 35 98 203
Batangas 7 400 350 20 6,000,000 8 445 65 21 8,064,844 114 111 19 105 134
Cavite 2 116 50 50 250,000 16 293 0 9 1,758,670 800 253 0 18 703
Laguna 4 64 30 7 1,370,000 5 141 0 8 5,821,000 125 220 0 114 425
Quezon I 11 111 116 11 1,688,000 10 62 44 23 2,469,800 91 56 38 209 146
Quezon II 1 25 60 2 200,000 2 571 0 10 3,836,626 200 2,284 0 500 1,918
Rizal 5 1,089 98 103 2,650,000 4 720 138 118 2,785,984 80 66 141 115 105
IV - B 36 1,671 2,564 2,664 14,710,000 47 4,111 1,019 2,823 154,300,568 131 246 40 106 1,049
Marinduque 7 240 634 335 1,810,000 5 50 308 234 1,851,800 71 21 49 70 102
Occ. Mindoro 13 476 800 524 4,000,000 23 2,949 577 1,020 109,039,667 177 620 72 195 2,726
Or. Mindoro 4 80 200 200 0 0 0 86 225,835 0 0 0 43
Palawan 8 675 530 1,205 6,900,000 13 1,020 0 1,231 40,380,699 163 151 0 102 585
Romblon 4 200 400 400 2,000,000 6 92 134 252 2,802,567 150 46 34 63 140
V 22 750 1,080 24 5,780,000 43 513 2,826 116 26,501,047 195 68 262 483 458
Albay 2 120 440 4 2,500,000 3 220 1,390 13 11,262,303 150 183 316 325 450
Cam Norte 4 40 60 4 200,000 4 0 101 33 1,754,388 100 0 168 825 877
Cam Sur 8 200 120 4 400,000 8 0 220 2 537,000 100 0 183 50 134
Catanduanes 3 300 270 4 1,080,000 14 96 324 30 5,831,954 467 32 120 750 540
Masbate 2 50 70 4 1,000,000 12 155 541 18 5,756,000 600 310 773 450 576
Sorsogon 3 40 120 4 600,000 2 42 250 20 1,359,402 67 105 208 500 227
VI 41 1,575 4,520 1,701 29,590,000 52 1,240 1,235 477 27,884,497 127 79 27 28 94
Aklan 4 10 300 20 2,000,000 2 82 428 64 3,669,945 50 820 143 320 183
Antique 5 150 120 10 1,500,000 12 95 384 55 7,190,634 240 63 320 550 479
Capiz 6 180 380 6 850,000 2 12 0 1 230,531 33 7 0 17 27
Guimaras 1 10 120 45 240,000 0 0 256 33 2,705,500 0 0 213 73 1,127
Iloilo 1 25 1,600 1,600 5,000,000 4 268 167 311 7,975,444 400 1,072 10 19 160
Negros Occ. 24 1,200 2,000 20 20,000,000 32 783 0 13 6,112,443 133 65 0 65 31
VII 132 6,350 6,250 272 56,000,000 144 2,086 2,130 157 143,877,778 109 33 34 58 257
Bohol 30 1,000 2,000 100 6,000,000 44 701 999 67 10,678,781 147 70 50 67 178
Cebu 60 1,000 1,000 60 6,000,000 46 223 873 73 8,019,747 77 22 87 122 134
Negros Or. 30 4,000 3,000 100 40,000,000 45 1,137 100 8 122,634,300 150 28 3 8 307
Siquijor 12 350 250 12 4,000,000 9 25 158 9 2,544,950 75 7 63 75 64
TARGET TOTAL ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMPLISHMENT

NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs AMOUNT OF


AMOUNT OF LOAN AMOUNT OF LOAN
REGION NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO-
PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
FINANCE THESE FINANCE THESE
WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE THESE
SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS

VIII 25 2,910 5,650 52 12,700,000 49 3,634 4,987 151 79,170,377 196 125 88 290 623
Biliran 5 1,200 800 7 1,500,000 11 1,347 1,492 26 11,669,693 220 112 187 371 778
Eastern Samar 4 60 1,350 4 400,000 12 41 168 5 1,147,000 300 68 12 125 287
Leyte 7 1,250 1,000 10 2,000,000 10 1,336 1,455 43 18,929,024 143 107 146 430 946
Northern Samar 1 30 800 10 4,000,000 1 60 467 19 3,425,925 100 200 58 190 86
Samar 1 20 150 12 300,000 0 0 113 1 466,000 0 0 75 8 155
Southern Leyte 7 350 1,550 9 4,500,000 15 850 1,292 57 43,532,735 214 243 83 633 967
IX 56 6,557 6,012 4,305 4,272,000 65 6,954 1,249 1,987 27,353,447 116 106 21 46 640
Zamboang Norte 20 1,000 2,021 1,400 4,200,000 20 453 1,186 1,440 1,979,678 100 45 59 103 47
Zambo Sibugay 6 520 1,941 265 11 0 0 474 4,825,375 183 0 0 179
Zambo Sur 30 5,037 2,050 2,640 72,000 34 6,501 63 73 20,548,394 113 129 3 3 28,539
X 35 1,460 3,250 1,408 25,070,000 44 1,987 6,163 1,248 48,449,042 126 136 190 89 193
North Bukidnon 8 200 700 20 12,000,000 9 299 426 36 9,956,100 113 150 61 180 83
South Bukidnon 5 100 100 5 400,000 5 228 164 55 9,093,154 100 228 164 1,100 2,273
Camiguin 6 60 50 27 170,000 2 16 49 29 734,000 33 27 98 107 432
Lanao Norte 4 240 900 50 500,000 2 0 4,296 32 1,500,000 50 0 477 64 300
Misamis Occ. 8 800 1,300 1,300 10,000,000 7 1,003 914 996 17,965,943 88 125 70 77 180
Misamis Or. 4 60 200 6 2,000,000 19 441 314 100 9,199,845 475 735 157 1,667 460
XI 27 1,279 1,826 1,079 6,680,000 53 0 2,653 3,501 162,072,604 196 0 145 324 2,426
Compostela Valley 5 450 600 600 1,800,000 10 0 911 942 9,852,000 200 0 152 157 547
Davao City 9 159 106 29 480,000 6 0 559 559 5,005,000 67 0 527 1,928 1,043
Davao Norte 4 400 400 400 1,200,000 4 0 499 1,889 140,061,247 100 0 125 472 11,672
Davao Oriental 5 250 700 30 3,000,000 15 0 353 52 5,089,357 300 0 50 173 170
Davao Sur 4 20 20 20 200,000 18 0 331 59 2,065,000 450 0 1,655 295 1,033
XII 18 414 760 426 1,751,100 15 909 630 329 50,374,035 83 220 83 77 2,877
North Cotabato 6 120 200 6 1,000,000 4 224 156 244 9,363,000 67 187 78 4,067 936
Sarangani 1 104 300 300 0 132 0 2,065,000 0 0 44 0
South Cotabato 5 100 110 110 1,100 9 121 205 49 29,946,035 180 121 186 45 2,722,367
Sultan Kudarat 6 90 150 10 750,000 2 564 137 36 9,000,000 33 627 91 360 1,200
TARGET TOTAL ACCOMPLISHMENT % ACCOMPLISHMENT

NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs NO. OF ARBs AMOUNT OF


AMOUNT OF LOAN AMOUNT OF LOAN
REGION NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO- AVAILED TO MICRO-
PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ PROVIDED PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
FINANCE THESE FINANCE THESE
WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE WITH CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FINANCE ENTERPRISE THESE
SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS SERVICES PROJECTS

CARAGA 54 750 3,200 3,200 3,200,000 68 2,748 2,475 3,839 78,956,826 126 366 77 120 2,467
Agusan Norte 6 200 400 400 400,000 14 804 519 1,094 14,984,123 233 402 130 274 3,746
Agusan Sur 10 250 2,000 2,000 2,000,000 13 1,024 420 2,241 45,224,002 130 410 21 112 2,261
Surigao Norte 4 50 400 400 400,000 1 124 245 369 2,201,310 25 248 61 92 550
Surigao Sur 20 200 200 200 200,000 22 513 533 77 10,144,067 110 257 267 39 5,072
Dinagat Island 14 50 200 200 200,000 18 283 758 58 6,403,324 129 566 379 29 3,202
ARMM 24 2,590 1,490 133 1,650,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Basilan 2 1,070 200 3 450,000 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lanao Sur 7 1,050 820 7 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maguindanao 4 120 120 120 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sulu 6 300 300 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tawi-tawi 5 50 50 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Source: Target: DAR CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan, PPD-PS
Accomplishment: For Regions CAR, I, II, II, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII and CARAGA - CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports; For Region X - 3rd Quarter CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports.
Table 17b
PROVISION OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND SOCIALIZED CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE ASSISTANCE, BY CATEGORY, BY REGION
January to December 2010

ACCOMPLISHMENT

MICROFINANCE AGRI-CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FROM REGULAR CREDIT WINDOWS OF BANKS


NO. OF
REGION ORGs AMOUNT OF AMOUNT OF AMOUNT OF
PROVIDED NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED NO. OF
LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED
WITH FUNDED FUNDED FUNDED
TO FINANCE TO FINANCE TO FINANCE
CREDIT PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/
THESE THESE THESE
ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISE
PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS
MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL

PHILIPPINES 823 12,775 17,900 33,903 15,634 435,282,345 13,129 7,574 21,657 2,956 408,098,292 9,998 4,518 14,561 4,777 361,944,821

CAR 12 13 22 187 23 6,589,509 98 106 303 21 9,711,815 547 678 1,270 723 15,231,869

I 70 410 634 1,044 30 8,420,000 1,301 507 2,538 103 43,189,650 1,628 371 1,999 73 22,084,070

II 45 1,165 1,471 2,636 1,780 22,367,000 459 126 585 301 9,974,000 830 566 1,396 897 62,906,242

III 71 1,952 2,470 4,422 4,513 63,687,327 1,064 172 1,236 69 97,011,175 403 74 477 17 20,475,656

IV - A 45 144 103 247 129 3,447,441 394 180 574 27 2,640,881 1,230 428 1,658 33 18,648,602

IV - B 47 604 415 1,019 686 7,680,486 1,241 476 1,717 661 56,704,167 1,456 938 2,394 1,476 89,915,914

V 43 623 2,203 2,826 88 20,984,788 188 308 496 22 5,176,259 7 10 17 6 340,000

VI 52 248 564 1,235 133 11,779,449 120 84 329 46 2,391,028 497 414 911 298 13,714,020

VII 144 723 1,407 2,130 92 15,241,130 373 461 834 48 65,649,166 1,194 58 1,252 17 62,987,482

VIII 49 1,504 3,483 4,987 86 36,130,399 2,113 1,415 3,528 58 41,693,282 87 19 106 7 1,346,697

IX 65 723 526 1,249 1,165 1,480,875 3,651 1,929 5,580 629 2,432,178 893 481 1,374 193 23,440,394

X 44 3,738 2,425 6,163 1,085 17,757,843 916 764 1,680 140 27,340,199 226 81 307 23 3,351,000
*_/
XI 53 0 0 2,653 3,501 162,072,604 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

XII 15 263 367 630 108 8,005,000 528 162 690 29 25,885,060 109 110 219 192 16,483,975

CARAGA 68 665 1,810 2,475 2,215 49,638,494 683 884 1,567 802 18,299,432 891 290 1,181 822 11,018,900

ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Source: Target: DAR CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan, PPD-PS


Accomplishment: For Regions CAR, I, II, II, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII and CARAGA - CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports; For Region X - 3rd Quarter CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports.
Table 17c
PROVISION OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND SOCIALIZED CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE ASSISTANCE, BY CATEGORY, BY PROVINCE
January to December 2010

ACCOMPLISHMENT
MICROFINANCE AGRI-CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FROM REGULAR CREDIT WINDOWS OF BANKS

NO. OF ORGs NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF AMOUNT OF
PROVIDED LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED
FUNDED FUNDED FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
WITH CREDIT TO FINANCE TO FINANCE
PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
THESE THESE
MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE THESE PROJECTS
PROJECTS PROJECTS

PHILIPPINES 823 12,775 17,900 33,903 15,634 435,282,345 13,129 7,574 21,657 2,956 408,098,292 9,998 4,518 14,561 4,777 361,944,821

CAR 12 13 22 187 23 6,589,509 98 106 303 21 9,711,815 547 678 1,270 723 15,231,869
*_/
Abra 8 11 19 1 248,709 64 1 446,000 15 26 41 2 1,172,209
*_/
Apayao 3 5 11 16 4 607,000 51 4 55 6 1,046,815 32 7 3,965,000
*_/ *_/ *_/
Benguet 3 91 8 4,037,000 35 4 242,000 5 1 4,160
*_/ *_/
Ifugao 2 31 9 1,259,800 9 9 18 8 977,000 8 1 329,500
Kalinga 0 0 0
*_/
Mt. Province 4 30 1 437,000 38 93 131 2 7,000,000 532 652 1,184 712 9,761,000
I 70 410 634 1,044 30 8,420,000 1,301 507 2,538 103 43,189,650 1,628 371 1,999 73 22,084,070
Ilocos Norte 8 222 443 665 6 7,236,500 34 9 43 1 330 49 379 6 6,119,549
*_/
Ilocos Sur 24 11 11 1 33,000 0 0 730 24 5,444,900 1,153 275 1,428 62 15,054,935
La Union 9 143 114 257 8 900,000 201 97 298 5 2,518,000 145 47 192 5 909,586
Pangasinan 29 45 66 111 15 250,500 1,066 401 1,467 73 35,226,750 0 0 0 0 0
II 45 1,165 1,471 2,636 1,780 22,367,000 459 126 585 301 9,974,000 830 566 1,396 897 62,906,242
Batanes 0 0 0
Cagayan 17 274 50 324 101 2,155,000 209 78 287 3 5,402,000 0
Isabela 16 635 1,036 1,671 1,671 7,171,000 250 48 298 298 4,572,000 470 425 895 895 53,067,908
Nueva Vizcaya 11 256 385 641 8 13,041,000 0 271 100 371 1 8,239,334
Quirino 1 0 0 89 41 130 1 1,599,000
III 71 1,952 2,470 4,422 4,513 63,687,327 1,064 172 1,236 69 97,011,175 403 74 477 17 20,475,656
Aurora 4 0 2 3,834,364 25 15 40 2 150,000 9 12 21 2 125,000
Bataan 5 255 493 748 748 4,426,000 8 9 17 4 400,000 0
Bulacan 8 386 681 1,067 1,067 15,733,526 104 20 124 14 12,540,600 35 5 40 2 1,645,750
Nueva Ecija-North 9 193 122 315 322 2,800,000 150 23 173 8 28,952,056 62 12 74 3 4,563,056
Nueva Ecija-South 10 152 56 208 290 7,478,000 0 0 0 6 13,739,850 297 45 342 10 14,141,850
Pampanga 19 597 520 1,117 1,117 20,473,900 510 55 565 19 32,881,765 0
Tarlac 14 120 259 379 379 3,940,000 211 36 247 14 8,196,904 0
Zambales 2 249 339 588 588 5,001,537 56 14 70 2 150,000 0
ACCOMPLISHMENT
MICROFINANCE AGRI-CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FROM REGULAR CREDIT WINDOWS OF BANKS

NO. OF ORGs NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF AMOUNT OF
PROVIDED LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED
FUNDED FUNDED FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
WITH CREDIT TO FINANCE TO FINANCE
PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
THESE THESE
MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE THESE PROJECTS
PROJECTS PROJECTS

IV - A 45 144 103 247 129 3,447,441 394 180 574 27 2,640,881 1,230 428 1,658 33 18,648,602
Batangas 8 31 34 65 7 1,036,231 85 53 138 8 1,633,081 199 108 307 6 5,395,532
Cavite 16 0 0 0 235 58 293 9 1,758,670
Laguna 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 13 141 8 5,821,000
Quezon I 10 16 28 44 7 604,500 42 42 11 514,800 20 0 20 5 1,350,500
Quezon II 2 0 0 2 616,226 241 106 347 4 315,000 103 121 224 4 2,905,400
Rizal 4 97 41 138 113 1,190,484 26 21 47 4 178,000 545 128 673 1 1,417,500
IV - B 47 604 415 1,019 686 7,680,486 1,241 476 1,717 661 56,704,167 1,456 938 2,394 1,476 89,915,914
Marinduque 5 138 170 308 205 1,746,800 0 26 24 50 29 105,000
Occ. Mindoro 23 404 173 577 299 4,367,780 1,228 458 1,686 537 55,799,669 892 371 1,263 184 48,872,217
Or. Mindoro 0 86 225,835 0 0
Palawan 13 0 0 504 516 1,020 1,231 40,380,699
Romblon 6 62 72 134 96 1,340,071 13 18 31 124 904,498 34 27 61 32 557,998
V 43 623 2,203 2,826 88 20,984,788 188 308 496 22 5,176,259 7 10 17 6 340,000
Albay 3 227 1,163 1,390 9 9,042,303 67 153 220 4 2,220,000 0
Cam Norte 4 38 63 101 33 1,754,388 0 0 0 0 0
Cam Sur 8 110 110 220 0 537,000 0 0 0 2 0 0
Catanduanes 14 76 248 324 19 4,500,597 25 55 80 6 1,011,357 6 10 16 5 320,000
Masbate 12 72 469 541 12 3,983,000 69 85 154 5 1,753,000 1 0 1 1 20,000
Sorsogon 2 100 150 250 15 1,167,500 27 15 42 5 191,902 0
VI 52 248 564 1,235 133 11,779,449 120 84 329 46 2,391,028 497 414 911 298 13,714,020
Aklan 2 112 316 428 52 2,603,945 16 37 53 8 459,000 13 16 29 4 607,000
Antique 12 136 248 384 33 4,925,534 23 18 41 3 189,700 24 30 54 19 2,075,400
Capiz 2 0 9 3 12 1 230,531 0 0 0 0
*_/
Guimaras 0 256 33 2,705,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Iloilo 4 167 *_/ 15 1,544,470 72 26 98 32 1,203,797 80 90 170 264 5,227,177
Negros Occ. 32 0 0 0 125 *_/ 2 308,000 380 278 658 11 5,804,443
VII 144 723 1,407 2,130 92 15,241,130 373 461 834 48 65,649,166 1,194 58 1,252 17 62,987,482
Bohol 44 307 692 999 40 5,924,083 274 368 642 23 4,331,216 29 30 59 4 423,482
Cebu 46 266 607 873 46 4,120,747 99 68 167 22 1,180,000 28 28 56 5 2,719,000
Negros Or. 45 100 0 100 0 2,941,300 0 0 0 59,848,000 1,137 0 1,137 8 59,845,000
Siquijor 9 50 108 158 6 2,255,000 0 25 25 3 289,950 0 0 0
ACCOMPLISHMENT
MICROFINANCE AGRI-CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FROM REGULAR CREDIT WINDOWS OF BANKS

NO. OF ORGs NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF AMOUNT OF
PROVIDED LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED
FUNDED FUNDED FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
WITH CREDIT TO FINANCE TO FINANCE
PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
THESE THESE
MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE THESE PROJECTS
PROJECTS PROJECTS

VIII 49 1,504 3,483 4,987 86 36,130,399 2,113 1,415 3,528 58 41,693,282 87 19 106 7 1,346,697
Biliran 11 337 1,155 1,492 10 7,441,199 775 572 1,347 16 4,228,494 0
Eastern Samar 12 29 139 168 4 862,000 36 5 41 1 285,000 0
Leyte 10 418 1,037 1,455 27 10,404,102 822 447 1,269 15 7,562,226 62 5 67 1 962,697
Northern Samar 1 170 297 467 18 3,065,925 17 43 60 1 360,000 0
Samar 0 51 62 113 1 466,000 0 0 0 0 0 0
Southern Leyte 15 499 793 1,292 26 13,891,173 463 348 811 25 29,257,562 25 14 39 6 384,000
IX 65 723 526 1,249 1,165 1,480,875 3,651 1,929 5,580 629 2,432,178 893 481 1,374 193 23,440,394
Zamboang Norte 20 705 481 1,186 987 1,247,500 251 202 453 453 732,178 0
Zambo Sibugay 11 0 115 125,375 0 170 1,700,000 0 189 3,000,000
Zambo Sur 34 18 45 63 63 108,000 3,400 1,727 5,127 6 893 481 1,374 4 20,440,394
X 44 3,738 2,425 6,163 1,085 17,757,843 916 764 1,680 140 27,340,199 226 81 307 23 3,351,000
North Bukidnon 9 283 143 426 21 6,637,100 0 0 0 0 0 220 79 299 15 3,319,000
South Bukidnon 5 73 91 164 43 1,004,000 153 75 228 12 8,089,154 0 0 0 0 0
Camiguin 2 28 21 49 13 670,000 6 2 8 8 32,000 6 2 8 8 32,000
Lanao Norte 2 2,792 1,504 4,296 32 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Misamis Occ. 7 377 537 914 914 5,560,743 490 513 1,003 82 12,405,200 0 0 0 0 0
Misamis Or. 19 185 129 314 62 2,386,000 267 174 441 38 6,813,845 0 0 0 0 0
*_/
XI 53 0 0 2,653 3,501 162,072,604 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Compostela Valley 10 911 *_/ 942 9,852,000 0 0
Davao City 6 559 *_/ 559 5,005,000 0 0
*_/
Davao Norte 4 499 1,889 140,061,247 0 0
Davao Oriental 15 353 *_/ 52 5,089,357 0 0
Davao Sur 18 331 *_/ 59 2,065,000 0 0
XII 15 263 367 630 108 8,005,000 528 162 690 29 25,885,060 109 110 219 192 16,483,975
North Cotabato 4 57 99 156 33 2,909,000 22 11 33 21 1,290,000 86 105 191 190 5,164,000
Sarangani 17 115 132 2,065,000 0 0
South Cotabato 9 106 99 205 43 1,131,000 76 17 93 4 17,495,060 23 5 28 2 11,319,975
Sultan Kudarat 2 83 54 137 32 1,900,000 430 134 564 4 7,100,000 0
ACCOMPLISHMENT
MICROFINANCE AGRI-CREDIT AGRI-CREDIT FROM REGULAR CREDIT WINDOWS OF BANKS

NO. OF ORGs NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED AMOUNT OF NO. OF ARBs INVOLVED
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF AMOUNT OF
PROVIDED LOAN AVAILED LOAN AVAILED
FUNDED FUNDED FUNDED LOAN AVAILED
WITH CREDIT TO FINANCE TO FINANCE
PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE
THESE THESE
MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE MALE FEMALE TOTAL ENTERPRISE THESE PROJECTS
PROJECTS PROJECTS

CARAGA 68 665 1,810 2,475 2,215 49,638,494 683 884 1,567 802 18,299,432 891 290 1,181 822 11,018,900
Agusan Norte 14 195 324 519 515 3,921,748 303 501 804 579 11,062,375 0
Agusan Sur 13 48 372 420 1,376 31,169,300 170 76 246 142 5,914,402 769 9 778 723 8,140,300
Surigao Norte 1 81 164 245 245 993,210 14 31 45 45 789,500 12 67 79 79 418,600
Surigao Sur 22 139 394 533 24 7,520,912 91 211 302 34 283,155 55 156 211 19 2,340,000
Dinagat Island 18 202 556 758 55 6,033,324 105 65 170 2 250,000 55 58 113 1 120,000
ARMM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Basilan 0 0 0
Lanao Sur 0 0 0
Maguindanao 0 0 0
Sulu 0 0 0
Tawi-tawi 0 0 0
Source: Target: DAR CY 2010 Work and Financial Plan, PPD-PS
Accomplishment: For Regions CAR, I, II, II, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII and CARAGA - CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports; For Region X - 3rd Quarter CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports.
Table 17d
PROVISION OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND SOCIALIZED CREDIT AND MICROFINANCE ASSISTANCE, BY REGION
As of December 2010

CUMMULATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENT
AO DECEMBER 2010

REGION NO. OF ARBs


NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED AMOUNT OF LOAN
NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED WITH TOTAL NO.
PROVIDED WITH PROJECTS/ AVAILED TO FINANCE
INVOLVED MICROFINANCE OF ARBs
CREDIT ENTERPRISE THESE PROJECTS
SERVICES

1_/ 2_/ 3_/


PHILIPPINES 2,019 269,835 33,903 303,738 24,995 4,114,150,157

NCR - 500 - 500 1 5,000,000


CAR 199 5,874 187 6,061 817 97,083,193
I 192 23,298 1,044 24,342 442 286,168,529
II 110 15,682 2,636 18,318 3,131 369,333,142
III 127 45,017 4,422 49,439 4,842 828,289,408
IV-A 97 20,728 247 20,975 303 212,127,123
IV-B 100 7,872 1,019 8,891 2,862 192,229,168
V 59 21,300 2,826 24,126 181 170,801,047
VI 103 17,119 1,235 18,354 582 185,360,758
VII 289 7,843 2,130 9,973 193 182,189,458
VIII 135 14,935 4,987 19,922 259 169,530,377
IX 156 14,453 1,249 15,702 2,039 148,553,447
X 101 15,966 6,163 22,129 1,375 212,956,042
XI 106 20,197 2,653 22,850 3,609 390,892,604
XII 30 10,588 630 11,218 387 161,234,035
CARAGA 215 25,907 2,475 28,382 3,961 356,341,826
ARMM 0 2,556 - 2,556 11 126,820,000
1_/
Accomplishment for January 2009 to date; new indicator
2_/
Accomplishment from January 2010 to date; new indicator
3_/
Includes PhP 19,240,000 released through RASCP, not reflected in the regional breakdown
SOURCES:
Accomplishment: As of December 2009 Accomplishment: - BARBD; except for No. of Orgs. provided with agri-credit which is a new indicator and was taken from SSO' CY 2009 PBD Sectoral Report
For Regions CAR, I, II, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VIII, IX, XII and CARAGA - CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports; For Region X - 3rd Quarter CY 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c Field Reports.
ACCOMPLISHMENT
CY 2010

REGION NO. OF ARBs


NO. OF ORGs NO. OF FUNDED AMOUNT OF LOAN AVAILED
NO. OF ARBs PROVIDED WITH
PROVIDED WITH TOTAL NO. OF ARBs PROJECTS/ TO FINANCE THESE
INVOLVED MICROFINANCE
CREDIT ENTERPRISE PROJECTS
SERVICES

PHILIPPINES 823 36,218 33,903 70,121 23,367 1,205,325,457

NCR
CAR 12 1,573 187 1,760 767 31,533,193
I 70 4,537 1,044 5,581 206 73,693,720
II 45 1,981 2,636 4,617 2,978 95,247,242
III 71 1,713 4,422 6,135 4,599 181,174,158
IV-A 45 2,232 247 2,479 189 24,736,923
IV-B 47 4,111 1,019 5,130 2,823 154,300,568
V 43 513 2,826 3,339 116 26,501,047
VI 52 1,240 1,235 2,475 477 27,884,497
VII 144 2,086 2,130 4,216 157 143,877,778
VIII 49 3,634 4,987 8,621 151 79,170,377
IX 65 6,954 1,249 8,203 1,987 27,353,447
X 44 1,987 6,163 8,150 1,248 48,449,042
XI 53 2,653 2,653 3,501 162,072,604
XII 15 909 630 1,539 329 50,374,035
CARAGA 68 2,748 2,475 5,223 3,839 78,956,826
ARMM -
Table 18
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE MAINTENANCE OF KALAHI FARMER CENTERS BY REGION
As of December 31, 2010

NO. OF ARBs/NON-ARBS SERVED


NO. OF KFCs
REGION/ IN ARC AEAS IN NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL
PROVINCE
NON- ARC ARBs NON-ARBs BRGYS ARBs NON-ARBs ARBs NON-ARBs
ESTAB'D OPER'L. TOTAL
OPER'L COVERED SERVED SERVED COVERED SERVED SERVED SERVED SERVED

PHILIPPINES 97 51 46 462 63,076 21,425 682 9,547 12,208 72,623 33,633 106,256
CAR 8 4 4 10 1,127 24 16 25 12 1,152 36 1,188
I 8 4 4 16 4,049 585 228 2,053 1,428 6,102 2,013 8,115
II 4 2 2 5 1,042 2,042 5 6 0 1,048 2,042 3,090
III 8 8 0 112 30,723 9,183 192 4,638 8,736 35,361 17,919 53,280
IV-A 8 7 1 105 5,134 1,577 22 128 309 5,262 1,886 7,148
IV-B 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
V 6 2 4 12 555 624 5 62 47 617 671 1,288
VI 7 6 1 52 8,826 3,671 145 2,127 732 10,953 4,403 15,356
VII 4 1 3 24 500 500 10 10 10 510 510 1,020
VIII 10 7 3 51 6,280 1,695 10 373 754 6,653 2,449 9,102
IX 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
X 7 5 2 47 224 127 20 34 24 258 151 409
XI 9 3 6 8 1,178 1,198 16 19 141 1,197 1,339 2,536
XII 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
XIII 4 2 2 20 3,438 199 13 72 15 3,510 214 3,724
SOURCE:
ACCOMPLISHMENT: 2010 Sectoral Report (BARBD)
Table 18a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN MAINTENANCE OF KALAHI FARMER CENTERS
As of December 31, 2010

NO. OF ARBs/NON-ARBS SERVED


NO. OF KFCs
REGION/ IN ARC AEAS IN NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL
NAME OF PARTNER
PROVINCE
TOTAL NON- NON- NON-
NON- ARC ARBs BRGYS ARBs ARBs
KFCs OPER'L ARBs ARBs ARBs TOTAL
OPER'L COVERED SERVED COVERED SERVED SERVED
ESTB'D SERVED SERVED SERVED

PHILIPPINES 97 51 46 462 63,076 21,425 682 9,547 12,208 72,623 33,633 106,256

CAR 8 4 4 10 1,127 24 16 25 12 1,152 36 1,188


Abra Abra State Institute of Science and Technology 1 1 0 0 0
Apayao Apayao State College 1 1 0 0 0
Benguet Benguet State University 1 1 0 0 0
Benguet Farmers Aduyunan KFC (new) 1 1 1 564 564 0 564
Ifugao Ifugao State College of Agriculture and Forestry 1 1 0 0 0
Kalinga Kalinga State College 1 1 1 500 500 0 500
Mt. Province Mt. Province Polytechnic State College 1 1 4 25 12 7 25 12 37
Farmers Information Technology Services 1 1 4 38 12 9 25 12 63 24 87
I 8 4 4 16 4,049 585 228 2,053 1,428 6,102 2,013 8,115
Ilocos Norte Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University (D 1 1 6 837 434 837 434 1,271
Ilocos Sur Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College 1 1 0 0 0
Ayusan Norte Kalahi FITS Center (Pantay ARC-B 1 1 7 2,292 126 171 1,990 1,389 4,282 1,515 5,797
Salcedo Kalahi FITS Center (SODI ARC-based) 1 1 1 106 3 57 63 39 169 42 211
ISPSC -Sta Maria FITS Center (Macati ARC-base 1 1 2 814 22 814 22 836
La Union Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University 1 1 0 0 0
Pangasinan Pangasinan State University 1 1 0 0 0
Harvest Agri-Business 1 1 0
II 4 2 2 5 1,042 2,042 5 6 0 1,048 2,042 3,090
Cagayan Cagayan State University 1 1 0 0 0
Isabela Isabela State University 1 1 19 and 5 1,023 2,026 5 6 1,029 2,026 3,055
Nueva Vizcaya Nueva Vizcaya State Institute of Technology 1 1 0 0 0
Quirino Quirino State College 1 1 5 19 16 19 16 35
III 8 8 0 112 30,723 9,183 192 4,638 8,736 35,361 17,919 53,280
Bataan Bataan Peninsula State University - BPSU 1 1 14 4,235 521 20 581 44 4,816 565 5,381
Bulacan Bulacan Agricultural State College (BASC) 1 1 5 3,034 1,503 25 2,175 5,949 5,209 7,452 12,661
N. Nueva Ecija Central Luzon State University 1 1 31 9,278 2,279 7 435 269 9,713 2,548 12,261
S. Nueva Ecija Central Luzon State University 1 1 7 1,682 50 24 88 10 1,770 60 1,830
Pampanga Pampanga Agricultural College 1 1 6 2,952 343 26 167 3,119 343 3,462
Tarlac Tarlac College of Agriculture 1 1 16 4,084 658 12 43 10 4,127 668 4,795
Zambales Ramon Magsaysay Technological University 1 1 19 2,924 1,501 12 537 712 3,461 2,213 5,674
Aurora Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) 1 1 14 2,534 2,328 66 612 1,742 3,146 4,070 7,216
NO. OF ARBs/NON-ARBS SERVED
NO. OF KFCs
REGION/ IN ARC AEAS IN NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL
NAME OF PARTNER
PROVINCE
TOTAL NON- NON- NON-
NON- ARC ARBs BRGYS ARBs ARBs
KFCs OPER'L ARBs ARBs ARBs TOTAL
OPER'L COVERED SERVED COVERED SERVED SERVED
ESTB'D SERVED SERVED SERVED

IV-A 8 7 1 105 5,134 1,577 22 128 309 5,262 1,886 7,148


Batangas Southern Tagalog Integrated Agricultural 1 1 20 1,300 263 1 91 1,300 354 1,654
Cavite LGU, PPDO, DSWD, DA, DTI, CDA, PRRM 1 1 11 1,302 740 13 22 90 1,324 830 2,154
Laguna Laguna State Polytechnic College 1 1 0 0 0
Quezon I Quezon National Agricultural School 1 1 13 225 27 225 27 252
Quezon II Quezon National Agricultural School 1 1 41 440 88 440 88 528
DAR KFC 1 1 8 156 156 0 156
Rizal University of Rizal System (URS - Tanay) 1 1 7 821 245 3 821 245 1,066
DAR KFC (Allied Botanical Corp) 1 1 5 890 214 5 106 128 996 342 1,338
IV-B 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marinduque Marinduque State College 1 1 0 0 0
Mindoro Occ. Occidental Mindoro National College System 1 1 0 0 0
Mindoro Or. Mindoro Institute College of Agriculture and Tech 1 1 0 0 0
Palawan State Polytechnic College of Palawan 1 1 0 0 0
Romblon Romblon State College 1 1 0 0 0
V 6 2 4 12 555 624 5 62 47 617 671 1,288
Albay Aquinas University Legaspi 1 1 0 0 0
Bicol University 1 1 0 0 0
Don Bosco Agro-Technical Training Center 1 1 6 397 624 2 59 47 456 671 1,127
Camarines Sur Camarines Sur State Agriculture College 1 1 0 0 0
Catanduanes Catanduanes State College 1 1 6 158 3 3 161 0 161
Masbate Dr. E. Espino Memorial College of Agriculture and 1 1 0 0 0
VI 7 6 1 52 8,826 3,671 145 2,127 732 10,953 4,403 15,356
Aklan Aklan State University 1 1 15 5,843 2,296 5,843 2,296 8,139
Antique Polytechnic State College of Antique 1 1 13 1,457 482 1,457 482 1,939
Capiz Capiz State University (CAPSU) 1 1 7 978 853 139 1,907 732 2,885 1,585 4,470
Guimaras National
g mangog Research and
( Development
) Cen 1 1 0 0 0
Iloilo Dumangas Polytechnic College 1 1 1 120 19 120 19 139
PD Monfort College (Dumangas, Iloilo) 1 1 1 120 21 120 21 141
Negros Occ. La Granja Agricultural Research & Dev't Center ( 1 1 15 308 6 220 528 0 528
VII 4 1 3 24 500 500 10 10 10 510 510 1,020
Bohol Central Visayas State College of Agriculture and 1 1 24 500 500 10 10 10 510 510 1,020
Cebu Cebu State College Science and Technology Sys 1 1 0 0 0
Negros Or. Central Visayas Polytechnic College 1 1 0 0 0
Lazie National Agricultural School 1 1 0 0 0
NO. OF ARBs/NON-ARBS SERVED
NO. OF KFCs
REGION/ IN ARC AEAS IN NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL
NAME OF PARTNER
PROVINCE
TOTAL NON- NON- NON-
NON- ARC ARBs BRGYS ARBs ARBs
KFCs OPER'L ARBs ARBs ARBs TOTAL
OPER'L COVERED SERVED COVERED SERVED SERVED
ESTB'D SERVED SERVED SERVED

VIII 10 7 3 51 6,280 1,695 10 373 754 6,653 2,449 9,102


Biliran Leyte State University 1 1 0 0 0
Central Visayas State College of Agriculture 1 1 0 0 0
Eastern Eastern Samar State University (formerly 1 1 9 204 10 4 65 269 10 279
Leyte Leyte Institute of Technology 1 1 11 94 23 2 5 150 99 173 272
KFC sa Techno-Gabay (Leyte State University) - 1 1 6 705 1,028 2 298 601 1,003 1,629 2,632
Northern Sama University of Eastern Philippines 1 1 19 5,072 501 5,072 501 5,573
Samar Samar State Polytechnic College 1 1 1 0 0 0
Samar State College of Agricultural & Forestry 1 1 1 5 23 2 5 3 10 26 36
So. Leyte Leyte State University 1 1 0 0 0
Techno-Gabay and KALAHI Farmer's Center 1 1 4 200 110 200 110 310
IX 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Zambo Norte Zamboanga del Norte Agricultural College 1 1 0 0 0
Katipunan National Agricultural School 1 1 0 0 0
Sindangan National Agricultural School 1 1 0 0 0
Zambo Sur Western Mindanao State University 1 1 0 0 0
Doña Josefa H. Cerilles Stare College 1 1 0 0 0
X 7 5 2 47 224 127 20 34 24 258 151 409
Bukidnon Central Mindanao University 1 1 0 0 0
Misamis OrientaMisamis Oriental State College and Technology 1 1 7 14 16 10 14 4 28 20 48
Mndanao State University (Naawan) 1 1 7 10 11 10 11 21
KNAS 1 1 10 50 50 0 50
Misamis Occ. Northern Mindanao College of Science and Tech 1 1 0 0 0
Misamis Occ. Ent. Devt & Research Center (LGU 1 1 23 150 100 10 20 20 170 120 290
Lanao Norte Mindanao State Univ - Lanao del Norte Agri'l Coll 1 1 0 0 0
XI 9 3 6 8 1,178 1,198 16 19 141 1,197 1,339 2,536
Compostela Va Davao National Agricultural School 1 1 0 0 0
MISSAD KFC (FAPs Assisted Center) - Poblacio 1 1 4 978 966 122 978 1,088 2,066
Davao City Wangan National Agricultural School 1 1 2 200 200 2 19 19 219 219 438
Davao del NorteUniversity of South Eastern Philippines 1 1 0 0 0
Davao del Orie Davao Oriental State College of Science and Tec 1 1 0 0 0
Wangan National Agricultural School of Davao 1 1 2 32 14 0 32 32
Surallah National Agricultural School South Cotab 1 1 0 0 0
Davao del Sur University of Phils Agri-Business and Marine 1 1 0 0 0
Mindanao Baptist and Rural Life Center 1 1 0 0 0
NO. OF ARBs/NON-ARBS SERVED
NO. OF KFCs
REGION/ IN ARC AEAS IN NON-ARC AREAS TOTAL
NAME OF PARTNER
PROVINCE
TOTAL NON- NON- NON-
NON- ARC ARBs BRGYS ARBs ARBs
KFCs OPER'L ARBs ARBs ARBs TOTAL
OPER'L COVERED SERVED COVERED SERVED SERVED
ESTB'D SERVED SERVED SERVED

XII 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cotabato University of Southern Mindanao 1 1 0 0 0
Sultan Kudarat Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College 1 1 0 0 0
Saranggani Mindanao State University 1 1 0 0 0
So. Cotabato Surralah National Agricultural School 1 1 0 0 0
XIII 4 2 2 20 3,438 199 13 72 15 3,510 214 3,724
Agusan del NorNorthern Mindanao State Institute of Science 1 1 0 0 0
Agusan del Agusan Sur State College of Agriculture and 1 1 20 3,438 199 13 72 15 3,510 214 3,724
Surigao del NorSurigao Norte State College and Technology 1 1 0 0 0
Surigao del SurSurigao del Sur Polytechnic State College 1 1 0 0 0
Table 19
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN JOB GENERATION FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VARIOUS PROJECTS BY REGION
January - December 2010

NO. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM VARIOUS PROGRAMS/PROJECTS


CONSTRUCTION OF PHYSICAL
TOTAL OPERATION OF AGRIBUSINESS & OTHER ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT OF NEW LANDS
REGION INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
AGRIBUSINESS
TARGET ACCOMP % MSMEs TOTAL TARGET ACCOMP. % TARGET ACCOMP. %
TARGET ACCOMP. %

PHILIPPINES 61,855 102,741 166 15,543 39,035 251 16,270 56,004 27,103 26,799 99 19,209 16,583 86
CAR 3,485 2,112 61 370 897 242 768 1,665 400 270 68 2,715 177 7
I 5,480 3,956 72 35 3,127 8,934 590 3,717 170 36 21 5,275 203 4
II 2,895 5,568 192 90 1,665 1,850 2,701 4,366 1,680 147 9 1,125 1,055 94
III 5,220 8,546 164 360 4,187 1,163 1,956 6,143 4,210 206 5 650 2,197 338
IV-A 1,739 2,938 169 289 1,186 410 99 1,984 2_/ 247 220 89 1,203 734 61
IV-B 3,500 4,488 128 239 2,065 864 510 2,575 2,805 1,913 68 456 - -
V 2,979 13,345 448 650 2,855 439 192 3,047 604 735 122 1,725 9,563 554
VI 10,945 5,441 50 2295 4,233 184 1,082 5,315 6,220 - - 2,430 126 5
VII 1,500 5,887 392 700 3,253 465 1,372 4,625 800 563 70 - 699
VIII 5,075 3,495 69 1370 1,570 115 1,080 2,650 3,450 540 16 255 305 120
IX 11,045 36,136 327 5110 9,509 186 4,157 13,666 3,485 21,200 608 2,450 1,270 52
X 1,790 1,844 103 920 1,170 127 349 1,519 740 325 44 130 - -
XI 3,442 3,355 1_/ 97 1585 - - - - 1,627 - - 230 - -
XII 1,175 1,378 117 845 608 72 474 1,082 250 268 107 80 28 35
CARAGA 1,435 4,144 289 650 2,666 410 908 3,574 360 376 104 425 194 46
ARMM 150 108 72 35 44 126 32 76 55 - - 60 32 53

1_/ No breakdown of jobs generated by project


2_/ Not tally with the summation of new and existing lands developed for agribusiness due to some quarterly data with no breakdown.
NOTE:
1. Data of all regions cover January - December 2010 except for region X with January - September 2010 data pnly.
2. Data of ARMM covers January to June 2010 only
SOURCES:
TARGET: CY 2010 Physical & Financial Plan (PS)
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Field Office - 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c
Table 19a
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN JOB GENERATION FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VARIOUS PROJECTS BY PROVINCE
January - December 2010

NO. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VAIOUS PROJECTS

REGION / DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION OF


PROVINCE OPERATION OF AGRIBUSINESS & OTHER
OF NEW LANDS FOR PHYSICAL
TOTAL ENTERPRISES
AGRIBUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE
AGRIBUSINESS MSMEs TOTAL 1_/ FACILITIES

PHILIPPINES 102,741 39,035 16,270 56,004 26,799 16,583


CAR 2,112 897 768 1,665 270 177
Abra 14 14 0 14 - 0
Apayao 1,021 328 423 751 270 0
Benguet 50 30 20 50 - 0
Ifugao 336 258 53 311 - 25
Kalinga - 0 0 0 - 0
Mt. Province 691 267 272 539 - 152
I 3,956 3,127 590 3,717 36 203
Ilocos Norte 187 59 82 141 21 25
Ilocos Sur 3,052 2,882 170 3052 - 0
La Union 541 186 280 466 15 60
Pangasinan 176 - 58 58 - 118
II 5,568 1,665 2,701 4,366 147 1,055
Batanes 6 - - 0 6 0
Cagayan 2,648 1,290 1,258 2548 - 100
Isabela 1,572 259 1,095 1354 21 197
Nueva Vizcaya 1,042 96 348 444 75 523
Quirino 300 20 - 20 45 235
NO. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VAIOUS PROJECTS

REGION / DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION OF


PROVINCE OPERATION OF AGRIBUSINESS & OTHER
OF NEW LANDS FOR PHYSICAL
TOTAL ENTERPRISES
AGRIBUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE
AGRIBUSINESS MSMEs TOTAL 1_/ FACILITIES
III 8,546 4,187 1,956 6,143 206 2,197
Aurora 633 387 61 448 47 138
Bataan 1,334 810 134 944 62 328
Bulacan 1,243 1,067 - 1067 - 176
Nueva Ecija-N 513 453 - 453 - 60
Nueva Ecija-S 692 507 - 507 - 185
Pampanga 2,747 424 1,435 1859 - 888
Tarlac 639 369 - 369 60 210
Zambales 745 170 326 496 37 212
IV-A (CALABARZON) 2,938 3_/ 1,186 99 1,984 3_/ 220 734
Batangas 92 12 38 50 42 0
Cavite 733 429 61 517 154 62
Laguna 672 56 0 364 - 308
Quezon I 6 4 0 4 2 0
Quezon II 871 249 0 555 10 306
Rizal 564 436 0 494 12 58
IV-B (MIMAROPA) 4,488 2,065 510 2,575 1,913 -
Occ. Mindoro 486 338 148 486 - -
Or. Mindoro 47 7 0 7 40 -
Marinduque 1,966 109 208 317 1,649 -
Romblon 261 192 61 253 8 -
Palawan 1,728 1,419 93 1512 216 -
V 13,345 2,855 192 3,047 735 9,563
Albay 4,626 2,542 58 2600 560 1,466
Cam. Norte 97 97 0 97 - -
Cam. Sur 208 - 0 0 - 208
Catanduanes 390 84 0 84 71 235
Masbate 1,480 50 0 50 90 1,340
Sorsogon 6,544 82 134 216 14 6,314
NO. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VAIOUS PROJECTS

REGION / DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION OF


PROVINCE OPERATION OF AGRIBUSINESS & OTHER
OF NEW LANDS FOR PHYSICAL
TOTAL ENTERPRISES
AGRIBUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE
AGRIBUSINESS MSMEs TOTAL 1_/ FACILITIES
VI 5,441 4,233 1,082 5315 - 126
Aklan 819 819 - 819 - 0
Antique 2,387 2,106 241 2347 - 40
Capiz 54 54 - 54 - 0
Guimaras 195 14 181 195 - 0
Iloilo 514 432 82 514 - 0
Negros Occ. 1,472 808 578 1386 - 86
VII 5,887 3,253 1,372 4625 563 699
Bohol 2,258 1283 793 2076 169 13
Cebu 1,399 519 181 700 13 686
Negros Or. 2,230 1451 398 1849 381 0
Siquijor - 0 0 0 - 0
VIII 3,495 1,570 1,080.00 2650 540 305
Biliran 1,308 1,100 10.00 1110 148 50
Eastern Samar 199 - 120.00 120 29 50
Leyte 66 - - 0 36 30
Nrthrn Samar 1,320 470 800.00 1270 - 50
Samar 490 - 150.00 150 290 50
So. Leyte 112 - - 0 37 75
IX 36,136 9,509 4,157 13666 21,200 1,270
Zambo. Norte 10,614 4,556 3,525 8081 1,466 1,067
Zambo Sibgay 865 800 65 865 - -
Zambo. Sur 24,657 4,153 567 4720 19,734 203
X 1,844 1,170 349 1519 325 0
Bukdinon 472 404 33 437 35
Camiguin 170 132 8 140 30
Lanao Norte 88 58 30 88 -
Misamis Occ. 300 300 0 300 -
Misamis Or. 814 276 278 554 260
NO. OF JOBS GENERATED FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VAIOUS PROJECTS

REGION / DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION OF


PROVINCE OPERATION OF AGRIBUSINESS & OTHER
OF NEW LANDS FOR PHYSICAL
TOTAL ENTERPRISES
AGRIBUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE
AGRIBUSINESS MSMEs TOTAL 1_/ FACILITIES
XI 3,355 2_/ 0 0 0 - 0
Comp. Valley - 0 -
Davao City - 0 -
Davao Norte - 0 -
Davao Or. - 0 -
Davao Sur - 0 -
XII 1,378 608 474 1082 268 28
Cotabato 250 100 0 100 150 0
Saranggani 255 57 198 255 - 0
So. Cotabato 265 81 139 220 45 0
Sultan Kudarat 608 370 137 507 73 28
CARAGA 4,144 2,666 908 3574 376 194
Agusan Norte 513 354 0 354 50 109
Agusan Sur 1,598 951 647 1598 - 0
Surigao Norte - 0 0 0 - 0
Surigao Sur 708 291 91 382 326 0
Dinagat Islands 1,325 1070 170 1240 85
ARMM 108 44 32 76 - 32
Basilan 96 32 32 64 - 32
Lanao Sur 12 12 12 -
Maguindanao - 0 -
Sulu - 0 -
Tawi-tawi - 0 -
1_/ Assumption: A hectare of land developed for agribusiness equal to one job generated (SSO info)
2_/ No breakddown by project source
3_/ Not tally with the summation of new and existing lands developed for agribusiness due to some data with no breakdown
NOTE:
1. Data of all regions cover January - December 2010 except for regions IV-A and X with January - September 2010 data pnly.
2. Data of ARMM covers January to June 2010 only
SOURCES:
TARGET: CY 2010 Physical & Financial Plan (PS)
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Field Office - 2010 PS Monitoring Form 1c
Table 19b
1_/
ACCOMPLISHMENT IN JOB GENERATION FROM THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VARIOUS PROJECTS
2004 - DECEMBER 2010

JOBS GENERATED FROM VARIOUIS PROJECTS


REGION
AS OF DECEMBER 2009 2010 AS OF DECEMBER 2010

2_/ 2_/ 2_/


PHILIPPINES 716,322 102,741 819,063

CAR 14,374 2,112 16,486


I 14,571 3,956 18,527
II 31,456 5,568 37,024
III 18,808 8,546 27,354
IV-A 16,207 2,938 19,145
IV-B 16,994 4,488 21,482
V 14,773 13,345 28,118
VI 15,573 5,441 21,014
VII 17,378 5,887 23,265
VIII 17,813 3,495 21,308
IX 32,243 36,136 68,379
X 47,232 1,844 49,076
XI 29,571 3,355 32,926
XII 34,282 1,378 35,660
CARAGA 50,037 4,144 54,181
ARMM 8,417 108 8,525

1_/ Projects consists of : promotion of agribusiness & other enterprises, development of lands for agribusiness
and operationalization of MSMEs
2_/ Not tally with the summation of regional breakdown due to some data
SOURCE:
2004 - 2009 - Sectoral report
Jan-December 2010 - Field Report (MC 17, S. 2009-based)
Table 20
COMPLETED PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS1, BY REGION
January to December 2010

2
TOTAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM FMR PHF BRIDGE OTHERS
REGION NO. OF NO. OF SERVICE NO. OF NO. OF LENGTH NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF LENGTH NO. OF AREA
PROJ. PROJ. AREA ARBS PROJ. (KM) PROJ. UNITS PROJ. (LM) PROJ. (S QM)

PHILIPPINES 1,450 165 17,091 14,888 951 2,728 94 287 113 3,686 127 45,211

CAR 22 4 412 88 13 12 1 1 2 525 2 420


I 64 6 669 268 54 44 - - 4 35 - -
II 349 57 5,158 3,902 187 395 7 6 26 937 72 35,319
III 94 5 779 393 88 164 - - 1 110 - -
IV-A 92 21 1,357 1,141 52 21 17 36 1 - 1 235
IV-B 46 1 25 25 36 920 1 1 - - 8 1,920
V 67 12 1,190 1,534 48 - - 6 4 210 3 375
VI 152 1 - - 115 150 10 12 21 663 5 1,036
VII 100 10 863 3,400 74 178 3 182 6 60 7 1,138
VIII 230 23 1,868 1,724 149 425 25 25 19 206 14 2,260
IX 20 11 1,022 348 6 14 - - 2 60 1 300
X 67 7 393 1,363 53 176 2 2 3 186 2 576
XI 46 - - - 35 77 - 11 10 233 1 288
XII 4 3 524 251 1 - - - - - - -
CARAGA 96 4 2,831 451 40 152 27 4 14 461 11 1,344
ARMM 1 - - - - - 1 1 - - - -
1_/ Funded by ARF, FAPs and LGU Tab_20

2_/ Multi-purpose pavement projects


Table 20a
SUMMARY STATUS OF INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS1, BY REGION
As of December 2010

IRRIGATION FMR BRIDGE PHF OTHERS2


REGION NO. OF AREA NO. OF LENGTH NO. OF LENGTH NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF AREA
PROJ. (HA) PROJ. (KM) PROJ. (LM) PROJ. UNITS PROJ. (SQ M)

PHILIPPINES 1,090 204,711 7,664 16,345 300 14,650 543 745 127 45,211
CAR 54 8,329 208 418 2 525 8 8 2 420
I 83 17,050 703 706 19 1,334 9 9 - -
II 119 21,650 797 1,894 41 2,323 21 22 72 35,319
III 91 30,467 963 1,145 3 683 10 10 - -
IV-A 111 12,846 606 1,081 4 163 25 44 1 235
IV-B 20 4,013 319 1,406 1 403 9 9 8 1,920
V 72 10,096 547 965 12 632 21 27 3 375
VI 57 14,281 647 1,505 24 765 17 19 5 1,036
VII 74 8,672 323 876 10 143 10 190 7 1,138
VIII 66 9,037 578 1,220 27 618 32 34 14 2,260
IX 62 9,458 320 844 9 530 29 30 1 300
X 87 14,462 536 1,429 36 1,863 104 105 2 576
XI 39 10,884 483 1,049 36 933 53 64 1 288
XII 62 16,713 331 941 20 417 35 37 - -
CARAGA 83 15,572 268 740 52 3,269 152 129 11 1,344
ARMM 10 1,181 35 126 4 49 8 8 - -
1_/ Funded by ARF, FAPs and LGU. INFRA CY10 Annual
2_/ Multi-purpose pavement projects
Table 21
COMPLETED BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES FACILITIES, BY REGION
January to December 2010

TOTAL HEALTH CENTER POTABLE WATER SUPPLY SCHOOL BUILDING POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF
PROJ. HHs PROJ. UNITS HHs PROJ. UNITS HHs PROJ. CLSRM HHs PROJ. ORGs HHs

PHILIPPINES 145 84,828 - 117 24,224 - 537 20,896 - 349 29,937 145 52 9,771

CAR 2 720 5 384 1 290 2 1 46


I - 196 9 196
II 57 23,562 44 7,726 323 5,959 99 6,847 57 20 3,030
III - -
IV-A 3 24,253 10 3,348 38 1,283 157 16,689 3 4 2,933
IV-B 15 2,211 6 1,019 8 322 3 320 15 1 550
V 1 1,178 4 75 4 1,003 1 1 100
VI 10 3,409 7 598 31 790 36 1,091 10 12 930
VII 5 8,327 24 5,450 32 2,811 5 2 5 6 64
VIII 24 10,285 17 2,803 55 3,835 29 2,822 24 3 825
IX 16 692 1 103 2 180 2 144 16 265
X - 900 2 900
XI 8 2,478 300 12 1,818 8 360
XII - -
CARAGA 4 6,617 8 2,877 16 2,343 13 729 4 4 668
ARMM - -
Sources: PBD National Consolidation
Target 2010 Operational Plans Consolidation
Table 21a
COMPLETED BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES FACILITIES, BY REGION
As of December 2010

TOTAL HEALTH CENTER PWS SCHOOL BUILDING POWER SUPPLY


REGION NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF NO. OF
PROJ. HHs PROJ. UNITS HHs PROJ. U