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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Local Shelter Plan - Acknowledgement


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

        With utmost deepest appreciation and heartfelt gratitude, the authors composed of Gerry B. Capalac, Municipal Budget Officer from Municipal Budget Office, Clodovio Cabalan, PDO II from Municipal Planning Development Coordinator Office,  Engr. Louiemille B. Espinoza, Municipal Engineer  from Municipal Engineering Office, Nenita S. Cababat, MSWD Officer from Municipal Social Welfare Office and Gemina Gabrinez, Clerk III from Municipal Assessor Office  wish to acknowledge those who help the reality  in making this plan. Without them, this piece of work would not made possible.

Our Almighty God, for the guidance and the Holy Spirit bestowed upon, the wisdom, the knowledge, the patience, health blessing throughout the duration of the making of this plan.

Hon. Maria Esperanza Corazon D. Rillera Jadjuila, Municipal Mayor of this municipality for her encouragement and support;

To all the offices providing possible data by giving them all the materials and references to make their  plan easier, and inspires the authors for the success of this plan;

To the personnel of the Municipal Agriculture Office; the warm accommodation of all our queries and concerns; the records that filed with regards to crop production;

To the Municipal Treasurer Employees who one way or another had gave us necessary files and information regarding the 4th Quarterly Report of 2010.

Lilia D. Murro, REA, the Municipal Assessor Officer  for her understanding and support  for considering the days  of her personnel Gemina C. Gabrinez not in her office for a call of series of seminars and preparation with regards to the plan;

To all the personnel of MPDC  for their support and concern especially Jonard H. Pierra  who one way or another was there always of supplying/sharing maps filed from his computer.            

To  Merigen Estolatan from Municipal Mayor Office , Ronneth Pugoy and  her companion from LDREM Office doing the encoding and arranging some files of this paper.

To the behalves of the respective authors who understand for several days that their husbands or wives were absent at their side for some series of seminars made.    
To Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council Personnel (HUDCC Personnel) who have been very patient and understanding   to the capability of their LGU participants in  giving assistance to the Local Government Unit (LGU) particularly in the preparation of this plan, and also in updating the LGU regarding housing related policies, guidelines and programs. 
                                                         


Abstract

The Titay Local Shelter Plan is formulated to address the shelter needs of household that have displaced units in the municipality. This plan provides information on the analysis of the present local housing situation, the identification of housing problems, upgrading of structures if there were to be found, future housing needs, household’s affordability and local resources such as land, provision of basic services and finance. It also contains the main shelter strategies and a corresponding implementation plan which provides details of actions needed to realize the housing plan.

This paper formulates a ten year plan to respond the housing needs of the households having their units situated in a lot not of their own but belong to someone else or private individual and or by the government. It is expected also that this paper will enable the LGU to effectively implement its new mandates of local shelter plan.

This Local Shelter Plan is to give shelter strategy making a plan action which defines the objectives for the development of shelter conditions; identifies the resources available to meet the objectives and the means by which they can be used most cost- effectively. It also sets out the responsibilities and time frame for implementing this Local Shelter Plan.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Title Page (cover)
Flyleaf

Message of the LCE
Acknowledgement
Abstract
List of Figures (Illustrations)
Figure
1
Flow Chart of Activities
Figure
2
2010 Most Populated Barangays
Figure
3
Urbanization Levels for the past 20 years/ Tempo of Urbanization
Figure
4
Densely Barangays
Figure
5
Growth Rate (1915-2010)
Figure
6
CBR & CDR for the last 5 Years
Figure
7
Household Population by Mother Tongue

Figure
8
Literacy Rate 2010
Figure
9
Distribution of Displayed Units by Affected Barangay In Percent (%).
List of Tables
Table
1
Target Population for the Whole Program Period
Table
2
Population by School Age, Working Age, Dependent Age Group and Year 2010
Table
3
Household Population by Urban and Rural Barangay and Average Household Size
Table
4
Urbanization levels for the past 20 years
Table
5
Historical Growth of Population
Table
6
Crude Birth Rate (CBR) and Crude Death Rate (CDR) for the last 5 years
Table
7
Literacy Rate of Population 5 years old and over by sex CY 2010
Table
8
Population Distribution and Density by Barangay Year 2010
Table
9
Comparative Male and Female Population
Table
10
Population by Mother Tounque and Sex 2010
Table
11
Marital Status by sex 2010
Table
12
Labor Force Population by Sex and Employment Status
Table
13
Assessment Statistical Records or Categories of LandUse 2010
Table
14
Municipal Revenues 2010
Table
15
New Housing Units Needed Due to Backlog
Table
16
Population and Household Projection 2016-2025
Table
17
Population Projection
Table
18
New Units Needed due to Future Need (Population Growth)
Table
19
Summary of New Units Needed (Due to Backlog and Population Growth)
Table
20
Total New Units Needed Annually due  Backlog and Population Growth
Table
21
Tenure Upgrading Needs
Table
22
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Electricity
Table
23
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Water Supply
Table
24
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Sanitation
Table
25
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Road Access
Table
26
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Garbage Collection and Disposal
Table
27
Infrastructure Need On Units Without Drainage System
Table
28
No Structural Units Need Improvement
Table
29
Affordability Analysis and Land Need Calculation
Table
30
Affordable Housing Options
Table
31
Affordable Housing Options For Different Income Groups
Table
32
Inventory of Available Suitable Lands for Housing
Table
33
Comparison of Land Available and Land Requirements
Table
34
Comparison of Land Need and Available Suitable Land for Housing
Table
35
Assessment of Power Need VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
36
Assessment of Sanitation Need VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
37
Assessment of Water Need VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
38
Assessment of Drainage System Need VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
39
Assessment of Road Need VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
40
Assessment of Garbage Collection and Disposal Need  VS Capacity of Service Provider
Table
41
Assessment of Structures Need to Upgrade Housing Provisions
Table
42
Estimated Financial Requirements for Housing Provision 2016-2025
Table
43
Potential Sources of Fund For Shelter Provision 2016-2025
Table
44
Work and Financial Plan, 2016-2025
Table
45
Sample Monitoring Form 1
Table
46
Sample Monitoring Form 2




List of Maps
Map
1
Location Map
Map
2
Topographic Map
Map
3
Slope Map
Map
4
Hazard Map (Land Slide and Flooded Areas)
Map
5
Hazard Map (Epee Center)
Map
6
Hazard Map (Fault Lines)
Map
7
Hazard Map ( Fault Lines in Relation to Commercial Center of the Municipality)
Map
8
Road Network Map
Map
9
Land Classification
Map
10
Land Use Map
Map
11
Infrastructure Map
List of acronyms
Foreword
Preface




Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1
Rationale,

1.2
Vision
1.3
 goals and

1.4
objectives

1.5
Target Population

1.6
The Shelter Planning Process

1.6.1
Key Players, Roles & Responsibilities

1.6.2
The Process

1.6.3
Structure and Timeframe of the Shelter Plan




Chapter 2 CITY /MUNICIPAL OVERVIEW
2.1
Geographic Location and Features

2.1.1
Location

2.1.2
Land area

2.1.3
Climate

2.1.4
Topography and soils

2.1.5
Vulnerability to Multiple Hazards
2.2 Urban Development Trends

2.2.1
Population Size and Structure

2.2.2
Income and Poverty Incidence

2.2.3
Existing and Proposed Land Uses

2.2.4
Existing and Proposed Infrastructure

2.2.5
Organizations, Institutions and Governance

2.2.6
Local Economic Outlook


2.2.6.1
Income Class of LGU


2.2.6.2
Annual Income (local revenue & IRA)


2.2.6.3
Major Economic Activities




Chapter 3 ASSESSMENT OF SHELTER NEED
3.1
Basic Data and Assumptions 
3.2
Current Housing Situation

3.2.1
Backlog


3.2.2
Future Need


3.2.3
Upgrading Needs



3.2.3.1
Tenure Upgrading


3.2.3.2
Infrastructure/Basic Services (Units Without Electricity)



3.2.3.3
3.2.3.3 Infrastructure/Basic Services (Units Without Water Supply)


3.2.3.4
Infrastructure/Basic Services (No Upgrading on Road Access


3.2.3.5
Infrastructure/Basic Services (No Upgrading on Garbage Collection and Disposal)


3.2.3.6
Infrastructure/Basic Services (No Upgrading on Drainage System)




Chapter 4 ASSESSMENT OF AFFORDABILITY
4.1
Affordability of Households for Housing
4.2
 Affordable Housing Options
 Chapter 5. ASSESSMENT OF RESOURCES FOR SHELTER

5.1
Land

5.2
Infrastructure & Basic Services (for new units and upgrading of infra facilities)

5.3
Housing Finance (for new housing)
Chapter 6. WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN
Chapter 7. MONITORING AND EVALUATION SCHEME
Chapter 8. SANGGUNIANG BAYAN/PANLUNGSOD APPROVAL
ANNEXES
Annex
1
4th Quarterly Report 2010 of Municipal Treasurer Office
Annex
2
Rent Cost/ Month of 1sr Income Group From Year 2016-2025
Annex
3
Rent Cost/month of 2nd Income From Year 2016-2025
Annex
4
Amortization cost/month of the 3rd and 4th Income Group From 2016-2025
Annex
5
Amortization Cost /month of 5th and 6th Income Group from 2016-2025
Annex
6
Comparison of Land Availability by Socialized and Economic Housing
Annex
7
Titay Lowland Rice Area 2010
Annex
8
Titay Lowland Rice Damage 2010
Annex
9
Housing Design for 1st Income Group
Annex
10
Housing Design for 2nd, 3rd and 4th Income Group
Annex
11
Housing Design for 5th and 6th Group


List of Acronyms
o   CC VAA                 – Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptability
   Assessment
o   CISFA                    – Comprehensive and Integrated Shelter and Financing
   Act
o   CHO                       – Municipal Health Center
o   CLUP                     – Comprehensive Land Use Plan
o   DENR                    – Department of Environment and Natural Resources
o   DPWH                  – Department of Public Works and Highways
o   FIES                       – Family Income and Expenditure Survey
o   GK                          – Gawad Kalinga
o   HDMF                   – Home Development Mutual Fund
o   HH                         - Household
o   HUDCC                 – Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
o   IRA                         – Internal Revenue Allotment
o   ISF                          – Informal Settler Families
o   LCE                        – Local Chief Executive
o   LCMP                    – Local Community Mortgage Program
o   LGU                       – Local Government Unit
o   LSP                        – Local Shelter Plan
o   NHA                      – National Housing Authority

Foreword
As anyone running a household should know a shelter is among of the basic needs or among the family’s most important needs just like food and clothing.

Titay Local Shelter plan is a plan on how to address displaced units found in the municipality. Facilitating shelter to everyone in a right based in which International Human Rights Law recognized everyone’s right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate housing.

Local Shelter Plan of LGU Titay is the housing plan showing how necessary is to have a shelter plan especially to the displaced Households that are found along national highway of this municipality. This is a plan to be implemented and suits to the municipality and to the displaced households which are the very concern of this plan and why this plan was formulated. Here it shows that the shelter to be provided suited to the different types of income groups and situated in a place where the tenure is secured and with basic needs such as water, access to roads, power, sanitation, and more.  The very concern of this shelter plan is about the displaced units that soon will affect the flow of peace and order of the municipality, and this has been addressed with a ten (10) year plan from the year 2016 to 2025.  This  plan is answering these questions:

             How the LGU treat the displaced units found in the municipality?
             How the LGU facilitates the displaced households that needs tenure upgrading?
             How the LGU provides livable dwelling units for a typical Filipino family purposely for the displaced HHs found in the municipality of Titay only?  
            
Moreover, it shows how the LGU  respond to the challenges facing the country including climate change in relation to low cost housing units specifically to all types of income group that have displaced units along national highway.


Signed:


ROSELLER C. TUMAMOT
MPDC oordinator, Titay
Zamboanga Sibugay


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