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Terminal Report

Consultation Workshop on the Medium-Term Regional Development Plan

Date: February 8, 2011

Venue: Casa Angela, Tuguegarao City


Seventy-nine (79) participated in the activity. Forty-

three (43) came from the Regional Line Agencies,
twenty-two (22) from the local government units
(Engineering Office, Health Office, Agriculturist
Office, ENRO), nine (9) from non-government
organizations, and five (5) from the State
UniversitIes and Colleges.

The participants actively participate

during the group workshop.


A. Program Proper

1. Welcome & Opening Remarks – RD Milagros A. Rimando, Regional Director, NEDA

Region 02

RD Milagros Rimando informed the participants

that a similar consultation was held on
January 6, 2011 for the National MTPDP.
She mentioned that the participants’ presence
is very important because of the need to finalize
the MTRDP strategies that the NGOs, RLAs
and LGUs will work for 2011-2016.

Early last year, the Regional Development

Agenda has been the subject of consultation in
the region and was later approved and adopted
by the RDC 02. The RDA clarifies the
aspirations of the region, the development RD Milagros A. Rimando acknowledges the role
directions and priorities to propel Region 02 as of the participants in order to attain
a cereal producer. This document has become the MTRDP’s targets
the major reference in the preparation of the

The draft MTRDP focuses on agriculture and fisheries, environment and natural resources,
infrastructure, industry and services, social development, peace and security, good
governance, following the chapters of the MTPDP.

RD Rimando acknowledged the role of everyone in order to attain the MTRDP’s targets. She
stressed the importance of accomplishing the agency matrix, which will be used also as
primary reference during the budget review/consultation.

In closing, RD Rimando encouraged everyone to participate in the workshop.

2. Presentation of the Highlights of the Draft MTRDP 2011-2016 - Ms. Ma. Lourdes C.
Corsino, Chief Economic Development Specialist, PPFD-NRO2

Ms. Corsino presented the bases of the plan, which include

Pres. Aquino’s Social Contract with the Filipino people and
the Cagayan Valley Regional Development Agenda 2010-
2010. Likewise, the national and regional visions were

The assessment of the region’s accomplishments from 2004-

2009, the challenges and strategic interventions in the
different chapters of the draft MTRDP 2011-2016 were also
presented. The chapters of the draft MTRDP are as

a. Chapter I – Macroeconomy
b. Chapter II – Competitive Industry and Services Sector Ms. Ma. Lourdes C. Corsino
c. Chapter III – Modern and Competitive Agriculture and presents the assessment of the
region’s accomplishments,
Fisheries challenges and strategic
d. Chapter IV – Infrastructure Support interventions in the Draft RDP
e. Chapter V – Good Governance and the Rule of Law
f. Chapter VI – Social Development
g. Chapter VII – Peace and Security
h. Chapter VIII – Environment and Natural Resources

3. Presentation of Group Outputs

a. Group I: Economy - presented by Mr. Elizardo G. Narag, RDC2 private sector
representative. Group I members commented on the first three chapters of the plan.
b. Group II: Infrastructure – presented by Mr. Constancio Silva
c. Group III: Governance, and Peace and Security - presented by Dr. Emmanuel P.
Pattaguan of USLT
d. Group IV: Social Development - presented by Dr. Jose A. Cardenas of MCNP
e. Group V: Environment and Natural Resources – presented by Ms. Perla Visorro, CEO
and President, Cagayan Valley Partners in Peoples Development (CAVAPPED).

The comments for each chapter were already incorporated in the draft chapters during the

4. Open Forum

Mr. Dante T. Cambri, Senior EDS, PPFD-NEDA RO2, acted as the moderator during the
open forum.

Following are the comments, issues and

concerns raised after the presentation of group

4.1. On Chapter 5: Good

Governance and the Rule of Law
• Mr. Dario S. Sao-An, National
Council for Indigeneous People (NCIP),
Mr. Dario Sao-An suggested for the
inclusion of IPs’ concerns suggested the inclusion in the Challenges, the

implementation of law on the mandatory representation of IPs in the Local Development
Councils (SP, SB).

• Ms. Perla Visorro of CAVAPPED, explained that IP representatives were not subject to
eclection but they were selected by IP groups’ customary services.

• Mr. Artemio Antolin raised his concern on the improvement of government expenditures
as a challenge – how to influence the LGUs to prepare plans and use as basis for their
expenditure. Also, include as strategic intervention the institutionalization on the
mandatory use of the PHILGEPS in government procurement.

• In response, Dir. Purita Licas of PIA informed Mr. Antolin that the suggestion was already
included in the REMs of DBM and BLGF.

4.2. On Chapter 6: Social Development

• Mr. Marcelo S. Dumlao, DOH

suggested for the inclusion of a general
statement on attaining universal health
care through the implementation of 3
strategies: 1) universal coverage under
PHIC, 2) improved access to quality
Mr. Marcelo Dumlao suggests for the
hospital and health facilities, 3)
inclusion of a statement towards attaining attainment of MDG commitment which is
universal health care health related.

• RD Milagros Rimando explained that the REMs are agency targets to support the RDP. If
there are changes, the agency should see to it that the changes made by the group were
incorporated in the REM. The Secretariat was tasked to write RLAs for them to integrate
the changes by the group.

• RD Rimando commented that the concern on the campaign against black sand mining,
which resulted to the intrusion of saltwater, is too contentious, knowing that there are
provincial governments supporting this. In view of this, the secretariat will find a way on
how to state this concern in the RDP.

• On the K+12 program, Ms. Perla

Visorro, suggested to ensure quality
education in the present system before going
into that program. This also include
classroom and instructional materials,
because there are still many schools that do
not have enough classrooms,. She likewise
suggested to have a program for the
Ms. Perla Visorro comments on the K+12 improvement of nutritional status of IPs
program of the Department of Education especially the Agtas children.

• In response to the concern of Ms. Visorro on program activities for the IPs, Mr. Marcelo
S. Dumlao of DOH informed that it was already subsumed in the REM on the
implementation of programs for disadvantaged group e.g. IPs.

• In addition, Dr. Antonio P. Pascual of CHED, explained that the K+12 program will
provide children aging 5 to be in the kindergarten, while the elementary and high school
will have additional two years. This program is an offshoot of the EFA program, which will
enhance the curriculum and the opportunities for employment of graduates.

• Mr. Artemio Antolin noticed that that in

the DOH REM, there were years without
targets, e.g. underweight children. He
suggested that there should be targets
within the 6 year period and include the

Dr. Artemio Antolin suggests for the inclusion of

the DOH targets

• Mr. Dumlao of DOH explained that there was no target for 2011 because, that MDG
targets were already achieved.

• Related to the DSWD program on 4Ps, conditional fund transfer, she suggested to rethink
strategies for health and education, because it is encouraging corruption. She suggested
to modify the scheme, that the amount should be used for economic enterprises rather
than to buy uniform and others.

• RD Milagros Rimando informed the body that there are certain things which cannot be
addressed by the RDP like 4Ps, K+12 and dredging. To respond to the issues raised,
RD Rimando mentioned that the 4Ps and K+12, will be calendared in the SDC so that any
recommendation can be elevated in the national SDC including dredging.

• On the missing targets of DOH, the Secretariat will request the DOH to place targets for
2011 to 2016, because these will be used in the budget review.

4.3 On Economy

• Ms. Perla Visorro suggested that the DA encourage farmers to promote upland rice in
Cagayan Valley.
• Mr. Artemio Antolin suggested that there
should be a research and development component of
the RDP, a strategy to have a strong research and
development on the coconut and fishery industries, in
order to establish an international standard.

• Mr. Ronald Barnacha suggested for the
regulation of small scale mining.
Mr. Ronald Barnacha, RDC-PSR, raises
concerns on the regulation of small
scale mining

• Mr. Constancio Silva suggested the involvement of the local and foreign private
sector as big investors, e.g. foreign investors to lease our land to raise cattle; 10,000 tons
solar dryer facility in Reina Mercedes, Isabela.

4.4. On Infrastructure
• No comments

4.5. On Environment

• Mr. Dario S. Sao-an suggested for the inclusion of CADT in the document.
• Mr. Constancio Silva suggested for the inclusion in the strategies the discussion on
environmental fee in the form of carbon credit as corporate responsibility for
companies that emit carbon.
• In response, Ms. Perla Visorro explained that carbon payment is already included in
the REDD+.