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EXECUTIVESUMMARY

The project with the barangay Didipio focuses mainly on the improvement and
development of its Water Supply System and Services. The summary of the 25-year
Master Plan is hereby presented below:
YEAR 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 20 25
PUROKS 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2038 2043
POPULATION PROJECTIONS
Centro 1305 1433 1574 1729 1899 2086 3330 8483 13539
Boulevard 578 635 698 767 843 926 1478 3765 6009
Dupit 668 734 806 885 972 1068 1705 4343 6932
Surong 712 782 859 944 1037 1139 1818 4631 7392
Verona 529 581 638 701 770 846 1351 3442 5494
Dagupan 487 535 588 646 710 780 1245 3172 5063

TOTAL 4,279 4,700 5,163 5,672 6,231 6,845 10,927 27,836 44,429

Target Service Coverge (HH)


Year
PUROKS 1 2 3 4 5 10 20 25
2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2038 2043
Centro 186 205 225 304 355 633 1,680 2,708
Boulevard 83 91 100 135 157 281 745 1,202
Dupit 86 90 93 120 132 181 283 350
Surong 91 95 99 127 141 193 301 372
Verona 68 71 74 95 105 143 224 277
Dagupan 63 65 68 87 97 132 207 255
Total 577 616 659 867 987 1,563 3,439 5,163
65.00 65.00 65.00 80.00 85.00 95.00
Service Coverage 99.00% 100.00%
% % % % % %
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No. of customer
577 616 659 867 987 1,563 3,439 ,163
Total 3
consumption/day 348 373 398 523 594 940 2,066 ,101
Non-Revenue Water 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
10.00% 10.00%
(NRW) % % % % % %
Average day Demand
390 417 444 583 662 1,047 2,297 3,449
(ADD)
MaximumDay 586 627 667 875 995 1572 3446 5175
Demand (MDD) m3/day m3/day m3/day m3/day m3/day m3/day m3/day m3/day

Table 1.Summary of the 25-Year Masterplan

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PROJECT BACKGROUND

Didipio is a barangay in the municipality of Kasibu is a fourth class Municipality, in


the province of Nueva Vizcaya. The residents are using point of source water system
(level 1) which is water quality is an issue and unsafe for drinking. Evidently, the
existing water system is not well developed and is not capable of supplying the water
demand of the concessionaires. Hence, this project development plan was prepared
in view of the necessary improvement and development programs that the barangay
should undertake to promote the welfare of the residents.

OBJECTIVES

The development program is hereby presented with an outlook of the following


objectives:

1. Expansion and saturation of service coverage for at least 85% of service


area. And that the water supply is safe for consumption and available 24/7
with enough pressure of 16 psi at minimum per household.
2. Improve the lives of the community by providing the water needs of each
family initially to the existing customers and ultimately to all targeted
households and commercial establishments within its service area.
3. Establish an integrated (or looped) level III water distribution system that
can be utilized by the present and future residents of the town by
considering an environmentally inclined approach and to comply with all
the existing local and national laws and regulations relevant to water
supply.

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THE SERVICE AREA

The service area covers the whole barangay of Didipio which has a total land area of
9,852 hectares. The barangay is subdivided into 6 Puroks and Didipio is situated at
approximately 16.4053, 121.4386, in the island of Luzon. Elevation at these
coordinates is estimated at 554.3 meters or 1,818.5 feet above mean sea level.
Didipio shares a common border with the following barangay(s): Capisaan, Alimit,
Tokod, Tucod, Cabarroguis, Quirino.

As the Didipio’s population grows and develops, it is important that the right
measures are taken to ensure that the vast water resources within the barangay will
be developed and optimize by the consuming public.

POPULATION AND SERVICE CONNECTION PROJECTIONS

The official 2015 total population for the Barangay Didipio is 3,233. It is projected to
increase to 44, 429 by 2043 considering the rapid growth and development of the
barangay due to its generous and responsive OGPI’s community commitment.

The adopted assumption in projecting the total number of service connections for the
level 3 service connections by Year 10 (2028) are expected a total of 1563
households will be served with potable, reliable and dependable level 3 water
supplies at the end of the project turnover.

PROJECT COST

Considering all the direct and indirect costs, the company is proposing to spend a
total capital outlay of Php 35.90 million for the whole project implementation period.
This amount was based from the proposed project Capex disbursement relative to
the development plan. Any significant changes in terms of project prioritization,
abrupt inflation rate, socio economic conflicts and institutional mandated concerns
may deemed compel variations in project expenses.

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