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Annual Report 2018

DILG Bataan Annual Report 2018

ANNUAL
REPORT

2018

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“Great leaders have a heart for very same atmosphere that I have been
people. They take time for trying to instill in my team.
people. They view people as the
bottom line, not as a tool to go to the This is the kind of ambience
bottom line.” – Pat Williams that would hopefully characterized my
Months ago, I encountered a book leadership journey: sharing the vision,
by Judith W. Umlas on Grateful caring for people, and empowerment
Leadership: Using the Power of of people. Magic formula such as
Acknowledgment to Engage All your the potency of our purpose vis-à-vis
People and Achieve Superior Results. the culture of trust, genuine care, and
Essentially, it highlights that genuine gratitude inter alia, are the exact values
grateful leaders cultivate a culture which served as guiding forces of our
of appreciation. I fathomed that team en route to the success we achieved
grateful leaders create an environment so far.
for employees, the clientele or the
community in general enthused by a In this maiden issue of our Annual
common purpose, cognizant of their Report, allow us to narrate the stories
respective roles and are fully committed from the amazing year that passed
to these defined roles that would beaming with pride, grateful for
eventually translate into the realization the team that pulled it all together,
of their shared team goal. grateful to our clientele, the LGUs,
Albeit that this kind of leadership who have fully supported us in the
only came to my knowledge a few implementation of our PPAs, grateful
months back, I realized that this is the to the Regional Leadership and above
all grateful to the Almighty Being who
made all these possible.

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BATAAN AS PILOT
PROVINCE IN R3 FINISHES
PGRR

Indeed, another milestone for the “rising through activities:
tiger” of Central Luzon – the Province of 1. Local Road Mapping was held on
BataAafnte.r a series of trainings and workshops,
through the support of the Department of the September 12-13, 2018 and was participated by
Interior and Local Government (DILG), Bataan the concerned provincial, city and municipal
has completed its Provincial Governance personnel to help them accomplish their GIS
Reform Roadmap (PGRR) under Conditional Local Road maps including barangay, municipal
Matching Grant to Provinces (CMGP) on roads. These are among the requirements for the
October 31, 2018. governance reform on local road management
under Local Road Information Management.
Bataan has been chosen to pilot the
formulation of the PGRR among the provinces 2. Writeshop for the Completion of
in Central Luzon, thus, it belonged to 21 selected the Provincial Governance Reform Roadmap
provinces in the country. (PGRR) was held on September 25-26,
2018 undertaken to provide coaching and
As stated in the DILG and Department mentoring to support the Provincial Local Road
of Budget Management Joint Memorandum Management Team (LRMT).
Circular No. 2017-2 dated 26 April 2017, the
Provincial Local Government Units (PLGUs) 3. Follow-Through Activity on the
shall prepare a Governance Reform Roadmap Finalization of the Provincial Governance
to achieve the identified target situation on Reform Roadmap (PGRR) and the Conduct of
Local Road Management (LRM) and Public Local Road Performance Assessment through a
Financial Management (PFM) by FY 2022. The Focus Group Discussion was held on October
said roadmap covers the seven key reform areas 10-11, 2018 to finalize the PGRR for adoption
under the LRM and PFM contextualized based by the Sanggunian Panlalawigan, after its
on the respective situations of the provinces. endorsement by the Provincial Development
Council (PDC).
The Province of Bataan conducted series
of workshops to produce annual targets and Bataan’s PGRR has been presented and
strategies required for the provinces to achieve approved to its Local Chief Executive and
the target situation with the following follow- Sangguniang Panlalawigan on October 30,
2018.

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NUMBER OF FOLLOW-UP

4MEETINGS

NUMBER OF SEMINARS/

4WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED

ROAD TO 46.4%
BATAAN PGRR 72.9%

CMGP PROJECTS 100%
PROGRESS 51.2%
82.1%
2018

Rehabilitation and Improvement of
Binuangan Road (BAGAC)

Rehabilitation and Improvement of
Paysawan Road (BAGAC)

2017

Rehabilitation and Improvement of
Tapulao Super Highway (ORANI)
Rehabilitation and Improvement of
Talimundoc-Dona Road (ORANI)

Rehabilitation and Improvement of
Hermosa-San Pedro Road (HERMOSA)

*as of December 31, 2018

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DINALUPIHAN:

BATAAN’S BEST LGU IN
STREAMLINING PROGRAM

Recognition and awards in four (4) components was given to local
government units for their exemplary achievements in enhancing
business environment in the Region. Conferred by the Central Luzon
Growth Corridor Foundation, Inc. (CLGCFI), with the strong support
of the Department of Trade and Industry Region 3 and Department of
the Interior and Local Government Region 3, Dinalupihan was awarded
as the Province of Bataan’s (1) Most Outstanding LGU Implementing
the Streamlining Program in the Issuance of Mayor’s Permit (2) Most
Outstanding LGU for IT Innovations and (3) Best LGU in Customer
Relations.

CLGCFI targets to eliminate red tape in processing of business
documents on LGUs by acknowledging the best practices by the local
government units in Central Luzon.

Lastly, the organization likewise continues to work with LGUs,
national government agencies and partner academic institutions for the
implementation of competitiveness programs in the localities towards
the creation of a business and investment enabling environment in the
Region.

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COMPONENTS 12 The mechanism on new registration and renewal on:
3 processing time, number of steps and signatories,
4 adoption of the unified form and establishment of
the Joint Inspection Team (JIT).
The successful implementation of IT solutions that
resulted in the timely issuance of Mayor’s Permit.
A challenge for LGUs whose frontline employees
in the Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO)
who exhibited a high degree of professionalism
and instituted simple but client-friendly measures
intended to delight the transacting public, especially
applicants for Mayor’s Permit.
The most successful in the field of institutionalizing
the BPLS Reforms through the development of a
Quality Management System and securing of ISO
Certification.

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E

ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE,
CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE, AND DISASTER
RESILIENT

HEEDING THE CRY OF NATURE:
TALES OF MANILA BAY’S
BEAUTY AND BEAST

Manila Bay – nature’s beauty and journey as it now enters the double-
beast. digit club. The existence which started
on 2008, gave birth to one of the most
A breath-taking scenery, yet breath challenging battles in the Philippine
is slowly taken away from it. An history of environmental trials.
enigma, a lot has dared to unfold, but 10-YEAR OLD DILEMMA
no one seems to solve.
The struggle in discipline
The problem of Manila Bay has control measures in mitigating bad
been long before weaved in the environmental habits can be compared
dreams of our ancestors before even to that of a 10-year old. As a child ages,
becoming a reality. An actualization the more that he becomes irrepressible.
of the recklessness - little by little, tied The way you reinforce a child when he
together, piece by piece - made up the was younger, tied to the comforts that
puzzle of shortcomings, of neglect and you provide, instead of scolding, when
of aspirations of development. he does inappropriate acts – give rise
to a proud little boss that you yourself
The Manila Bay Clean-up,
Rehabilitation and Preservation
Program continues to live in an uphill

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made. And before you even recognize, and no untowardly deeds shall be done STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION
the situation has gotten a little harder against the environment. PLANNING WORKSHOP
to deter. DISCIPLINARY ACTION
Since there are 4 LGUs in Bataan
2017 was a band-aid solution for To further bridge the gaps among without Stratcomm Plans, DILG
the Manila Bay Program. In the effort LGUs, the law, and the pledge to Bataan decided to come-up with a
to cover up the holes dig up by the restore the bay, the DILG ushered Follow-through Workshop to provide
past years, it tried to present itself as in its interventions to uphold its them with a refresher of what should
a man doing serious business. Series commitment and support to Manila consist a stratcomm plan. The LGUs
of LGU Compliance Assessments Bay Clean-up, Rehabilitation and were given a one-week grace period
were conducted to examine the level Preservation Program, and the whole to complete and submit the completed
of the city/municipalities’ compliance environmental surge as well. plan, as to three of them complied.
to the program and Provision of
Technical Assistance were given to
local government units to ease up
various plans that have not progressed
yet. It was seemingly threatening, and
at the same time confusing, where the
direction of the program is going.

RECLAMATION OF FAME
In 2018, Manila Bay has renowned

its name. Awareness since then had
been high, compliance to the program
was sought by LGUs so as not to be
haunted by the law. Mere obedience
had to be tied together side-by-side,
if not replaced, by acts of compassion
and volunteerism. Soon enough,
everyone’s talking about the program,

The Department of the
Interior and Local Government
(DILG) Bataan Team gathered at
Brgy. Dangcol, City of Balanga,
Bataan to plant 30 seedlings as
part of MBCURP Program.

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DILG SEEDS ‘GREEN HOPE’,
BACKS #1M41B CAMPAIGN

Manila Bay isn’t all about clean-ups and filing of
complaints and cases, but a holistic approach to combat 30
and prevent creating harmful impacts to Mother Earth.
Relative also to its desired output of reduction of soil SEEDLINGS
erosion, tree-planting activities had been part of the
campaign. 27
This is an acknowledgement on the part of the DILG
Bataan that it is more than the reports that are essential, DILG BATAAN
but going out to the community, get their hands on the TEAM
solution and start making a positive change. After all,
being in touch with nature is a two-way beneficial activity BRGY.
for both humans and the environment. DANGCOL,
This is also in-line with the Provincial Government of
Bataan’s campaign, #1M41B or the 1 Million Trees for 1 CITY OF
Bataan. BALANGA,
A total of 30 trees were planted by
the Department at Brgy. Dangcol, BATAAN
Balanga City, Bataan.

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DILG BATAAN JOINS
CLEANER OCEAN DRIVE

On its continuous support to the
advocacy of reduction of waste in the
ocean, the Department on the Interior
and Local Government Bataan Provincial
Office participated in the International
Coastal Clean-up (ICC) Day on September
25, 2018, at Barangay Almacen, Hermosa,
Bataan.

ICC is an annual event that aims to
provide awareness and promote discipline
among the citizens especially those residing
in coastal areas. Bataan has been actively
participating for 20 years now and this year,
it isn’t any different.

The activity gathered volunteers
from various institutions of government
agencies, non-government organizations,
barangay and SK officials, and constituents.
One highlight of the program was the
awarding of cash prize and certificate of
recognition to Mr. Celso P. Macaspac, Brgy.
Tanod of San Pedro, as a reward for the
show of his active participation in our fight
towards cleaning our municipal waters,
and in a larger scale, the Manila Bay. The
recognition was awarded by the Hermosa
Municipal Mayor Hon. Antonio Joseph
Inton. It is a promise made by the current
Hermosa administration to always put the
environment on one of its top priotities,
and enhance its enforcement as a way of
mitigating violators.

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COB WINS 3-PEAT IN
MANILA BAYANI AWARDS

For three consecutive years, the City of Balanga (COB) was marked were a good source of tokens for the
as the Top Performer for the City Category on the Manila BAYanihan tourists who visit Balanga.
Awards and Incentives. On a short period of time, we have witnessed the
City bloom into becoming one of the bests in the region when it comes Another successful solid waste
to Solid Waste Management (SWM). Balanga City eventually became an management project in the city is the
Balik-Basket and Bayong Program.
advocate of good environmental a functional materials recovery Tetra/doy packs and tarpaulins were
practices down to its grassroots. facility (MRF) making it 100% recycled to make bags and are sold
Out of 14 cities in Region III, compliant in this category. at the public market on Thursdays.
Balanga City proves one more Market goers who would purchase the
time that it was not luck that got it Balanga City also has a bags were given goods and fishnet bags
on top in 2016. good percentage on its level in exchange as part of the promotion of
of segregation both at source recycling and reducing our waste.
A Memorandum of Agreement and at the barangay level. Two
(MOA) with all the households composting centers were also very In this way, market goers are
per barangay in the city was one much alive in the City transforming encouraged to use their ‘freebie’
of the best practices that have biodegradable wastes to organic instead of sando bags and plastics.
been recognized in the national fertilizers which were sold to In addition are Ayusin, Buhayin,
validation not just in Region III farmers at an affordable price. Kalingain, Daluyan (ABKD) ng tubig
but also one of the firsts (if not the In addition to fertilizers, the natin for clean waterways, Kasama
only one who does) in the Manila other composting center turns Ani sa Barangay (KaAniB) prime
Bay Region. In this way, active coconut husks to cocomats and agricultural program of the City which
participation, cooperation and cocobags which serve as
commitment are built among the income to stay-at- aims to provide additional income
citizens of the community as he/ home moms. and food security for low-
she signs the MOA. Further, out of The end- income families,
25 barangays in the City, 25 have products by converting
vacant lots
previously
used
garbage

dumpsite
into
communal
vegetable garden.

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MAKING LOCAL
DISASTER RESILIENCE
A ‘WAY OF LIFE’

The DILG Provincial Office of Bataan carries the Provincial
Convergence and Disaster Resilience Dialogue out on December 20, 2018
at the Executive Hall of the Municipal Building, Dinalupihan, Bataan.

The activity aims to discuss the salient and improved features of
the Disaster Preparedness Manual for Local Government Units and
introduce a new component, which is the Disaster Preparedness Guide
for Governors.

Also, the dialogue serves as an avenue to provide a common
understanding and in-depth appreciation of the application and utilization
of the manual among the LGUs, DILG offices and stakeholders as well as
to build commitment for stakeholders and the community towards the
fulfillment of the objectives of the Manual.

As part of the fulfillment of the objectives of Operation Listo, the
participants were lead into a pledge of commitment by the Bataan
Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officer Josefina Timoteo.

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SOCIALLY PROTECTIVE
AND SAFE

ANNUAL REPORT 2018

BATAAN ADACS LEAD IN
FUNCTIONALITY, EFFECTIVENESS
IN CENTRAL LUZON

As the National’s Government’s primary thrust during the President’s administration,
it is not surprising that the highly-functional Anti-Drug Abuse Councils (ADAC) all
over the Philippines were given recognition and awarded through Gold, Silver and
Bronze categories.

MUNICIPALITY
OF BAGAC

MUNICIPALITY
OF PILAR

MUNICIPALITY
OF ORANI

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A first of its own, and as unexpected as indicated in the MC, but does not state
it could be – the National Awarding for in certainty that there will be such a
ADAC was announced at the last month happening. The Department was there
of the year making it a point of no return to remind, and revisit indicators of what
for those who wanted to catch up at least. comprises a good and functional ADAC.
Guided by the Memorandum released by After all, the compliance we both plea
DILG, it was indicated that there ‘might and administer is not for an award per
be’ an incentive for complying LGUs yet se, but of the volition to adhere to a drug-
it was not emphasized clearly. This is the free community. To be functional also
kind of test everyone is not prepared for, means relational. In such, a functional
except for those who have been reviewing ADAC is one that communicates among
since Day 1. It is a catch for those who its members, raises valid viewpoints
took the strengthening of their councils during meetings and other public
by heart. hearings, comes up with a sound plan
that strategically governs its activities
The DILG Bataan on its conduct and works towards achieving its goals.
of provincial roll-out provided the
guidelines on the composition, duties An additional feature of the
and responsibilities of ADACs in all Department’s involvement to this effort
levels and set the minimum standards is the interfacing session with PDEA
of functionality and effectiveness using Provincial Agent, during Barangay
a given set of performance indicators. ADAC provincial roll-outs, to capture
The ADAC Performance Audit Protocol the highlights of a drug-clearing
which sets the standards of functionality operation for the barangay officials.
and effectiveness of ADACs using a The Department, especially the City/
given set of performance indicators, was Municipal Local Government Officers,
presented. is always on the look-out in every
quarter to ensure that Anti-Drug Abuse
A web-based system developed by the Councils duly perform their tasks and
Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) called responsibilities, and respond to the
the Integrated Drug Monitoring and requests for assistance needed by the
Reporting System (IDMRIS) was also LGUs.
introduced. Said system will monitor
the implementation of drug policies In Bataan, Bagac, Orani and Pilar
and programs of the government and all earned the Gold Award because of their
sectors. 100% functionality. Likewise, City of
Balanga, Dinalupihan, Morong and
An Action Planning session concluded Samal bagged Silver for a rating of 85
the activity which will set the direction, to 99 points with an adjectival rating of
activities and schedule of the DILG ideal or high functionality. This is a proof
Officers and C/MADAC Members when that Bataan LGUs follow the rules and
they cascade the Performance Audit on support the endeavors of the government
their respective LGUs. without expecting something in return.

A hint of having incentives as

GOLD SILVER
AWARDEES AWARDEES
BAGAC CITY OF BALANGA
ORANI DINALUPIHAN
PILAR MORONG

SAMAL

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39 BADACS IN BATAAN
HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL

Almost twenty percent of the barangay on the audit.
anti-drug abuse councils (BADACs) of Rest of the barangays (eight barangays
the province are considered as highly-
functional and effective based on or 3.38%) have low functionality. These
the BADAC Functionality Audit and BADACs scored 50 points and below.
Assessment conducted by the Department
of the Interior and Local Government In the province, low functional BADACs
(DILG) Bataan lead by their respective might mean that these barangays only
DILG field officers. failed to submit proofs and documentations
on their efforts on their campaign against
Based on the BADAC Audit Results, illegal drugs which could have contributed
in which 2017 was the assessed year, 39 to their low points during the assessment.
barangays or 16.46% of the total 237 In the succeeding years of the BADAC
barangays in Bataan, have high functional Audit, barangay officials vow to address
BADACs, scoring 85 to 100 points. this concern by properly documenting and
showcasing their activities as anti-drug
Among BADACs with high functionality, bodies.
19 came from Pilar, 8 from Bagac, 5 from
Mariveles, two from Dinalupihan, two The BADAC Functionality Audit
from Samal, and one each from Limay, is in compliance with the DILG-DDB
Orani and Orion. Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2018-
1 on the implementing guidelines on the
Likewise, 190 barangays or 80.17 % functionality and effectiveness of the local
have a moderate functionality rating, the Anti-Drug Abuse Councils (ADACs).
highest in the province, which means these
BADACs garnered a score of 51 to 84 points The audit has 10 indicators which include:
creation/reorganization of BADAC,

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BADAC plan of action, allocated budget and implementation
of community-based interventions for persons who use drugs
(PWUDs), among others.

Bataan is one of the provinces in Central Luzon with 100
percent organized BADAC. It also ranks first in the region in
terms of number of drug-cleared barangays over drug-affected
barangays.

16.46%

HIGH FUNCTIONAL

3.38%

LOW FUNCTIONAL

80.17%

MODERATE FUNCTIONAL

237
BARANGAYS

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EMPOWERING GRASSROOTS:

BARANGAY OFFICIALS
TRAINED ON GOVERNANCE,
DEVELOPMENTAL PLANNING

To further capacitate and equip the barangays in the delivery of public service, the
Department of the Interior and Local Government Bataan conducted the Provincial
Orientation on the Crafting of Barangay Agenda for Governance and Development
(BAGAD) on July 18 & 20, 2018 at the Bulwagan ng Bayan, Dinalupihan, Bataan.

The activity was participated by Abucay, Limay, Mariveles, Morong, Orion
the Newly Elected Punong Barangay and Pilar.
and Barangay Secretaries of Bagac,
Dinalupihan, Hermosa, Orani and Samal LGOO V Johnny F. Mandocdoc
for the first batch while the second batch facilitated the two-day activity while
was participated by City of Balanga, LGOO VI Evelyn C. Matias acted as the
resource speaker and LGOO VII Yvette

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R. Cosio facilitated the workshop for
BAGAD.

The activity, as one of the components
of the Barangay Newly Elected Officials
towards Grassroots Renewal and
Empowerment for Accountable and
Transparent Barangays Program or
BNEO for GREAT Barangays Program
served as the foundation for the newly
electedofficialsregardingthecriticalsteps
to be undertaken for the first 100 days
in office and other proposed activities.
Also, the activity helped the barangays
on crafting their respective BARANGAY
AGENDA FOR GOVERNANCE AND
DEVELOPMENT (BAGAD), duties and
responsibilities of Barangay Officials
and Basics of Barangay Planning and
Budgeting.

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BATAAN PPOC:

UNIFYING ACTIONS FOR
PEACE, DEVELOPMENT

Maintaining peace and order is an anti-drug abuse were properly raised.
important element in the LGU, and one Given proper allocation of time and
way to ensure that its function is served, resources, these concerns were made to
is through a council that oversees be resolved.
its activities, its maintenance and its
sustainability. Bataan has a rapid progress in the
economic industry but stays to be one
The Provincial Government of of the most secured provinces in the
Bataan, with DILG Bataan on its side, whole region. The province is insurgent-
does just that. free and is distant from the threats of
terrorism. Bataan remains to be peaceful
With its Joint Provincial Peace and and unbothered by rebels. There are no
Order and Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse organized crime groups, and has a low
Council, the province ensures that crime rate.
people of Bataan are living in peace and
harmony. In its quarterly conduct of The Metro Bataan Development
meetings, the council, headed by most Authority (MBDA), thru its innovations
of the departments at the provincial level like 1Bataan Communication System
and with the participation of our sister and speeding ordinance, and the “keep
agencies in the interior sector, sees to it right” rule, mitigated the occurrence
that all concerns on peace and order and of accidents, improved emergency

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response and made communication monitored are: livelihood, education
more efficient in providing medical and and skills training, sports and recreation,
rescuing services. religious/spiritual activities and health
services.
The Provincial Government of Bataan
along with the agencies in the province Significant accomplishment of the
are very much cooperative and one in the DOH-Bataan Drug Treatment and
government’s campaign against drugs. Rehabilitation Center includes its
The successes of joint PDEA (Bataan PhilHealth Accreditation last July 2018
Provincial Office) and Bataan Police and the IDADAIT Celebration: a stage
Provincial Office Anti-Illegal Drugs play (Bulong ng Adik) attended by 1,300
Operations was the result of the agencies’ students.
intensified and relentless Anti-Illegal
Drug efforts. Said accomplishments can Lastly, the Department of the Interior
never have prospered without the active and Local Government (DILG) sees to
participation of the community and the it that the functionality of the council
strong support of the Bataan Provincial is present, first and foremost that the
Government. meetings happen once every quarter.
As an innovation and suggestion and
Bataan BJMP was recognized as the as a support to the barangays who
Central Luzon’s “Best District Jail of the do well in resolving disputes among
Year” and “Best Inmates Welfare and their kabarangays, an incentive is
Development Services (IWDS) of the proposed to be given to the best Lupong
Year”. Among the various programs that Tagapamayapa in the province.
IWD personnel have implemented and

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LFP SUCCESS STORY:

CCTV SYSTEM
ENSURES LGU’S
SECURITY IN ORANI

In a growing municipality like the ensuring that regulations would really
Municipality of Orani, Bataan, ensuring that be monitored properly para naman ma-
the rules are properly implemented could ensure iyong adherence ng ating mga
be challenging for the local government. kababayan na while everyday is important
It is indeed a tough fight to make sure that for them, kailangan ang mga rules ay dapat
everything is working accordingly to the naipapatupad ng ating pamahalaan,” Mayor
ordinances imposed by the government. Pascual described how the the CCTV
cameras and their command center also
“Kapag walang camera medyo kamot served as a reminder to the public that even
kami ng ulo to really make sure na everything though their municipality is becoming
would be done ng mas maayos upang busier, they should always keep in mind that
makita namin iyong mga limitasyon kung there are rules and regulations that need to
paanong ipapaalala iyong mga regulasyon,” be followed.
as described by Mayor Efren Dominic
Pascual what was the situation of the LGU “Almost 60% ay nagbago na ang
before receiving a support fund from the kakayahan ng ating lokal pamahalaan in
Department of the Interior and Local ensuring that we see at our end iyong mga
Government (DILG). Hence, the DILG’s things that really has to be seen for us to
Assistance to Municipalities Program is really engage and ensure that everyone who
a blessing to the said municipality for it enters iyong aming pamahalaan will feel
helps the local government units to provide secured and that’s one thing na tingin ko ay
financial subsidy for the implementation of nagbigay ng mas magandang pagkakataon
their priority projects. (sa aming pamahalaan) dahil nga sa
partnership that we were able to get from
DILG allocated a total of P 10, 970, 897. the DILG,” Mayor Pascual added.
00 support fund to which seeks to assist
the Municipality of Orani to deliver quality The implementation of the project served
projects for its constituents. The LGU as an eye to the public to make sure that
decided to acquire two (2) projects, one everyone, especially the tourists feel safe and
of the projects is the purchase of CCTV secured roaming around the municipality.
amounting to P 7, 970, 897.00 that would This project only proves how the Assistance
place along the municipal hall vicinity and to Municipalities program helps the local
streets up to Petron Bus Stop including the government unit in achieving their goals to
public market to fish port segment. make their community more peaceful.

“Ang laki ng naging koneksyon ng
cameras, ng ating command center in

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PHASE P7,970,879.00₱582,129,864.46
2
NGA ALLOCATED BUDGET

PESOS ALLOCATED
BUDGET

2018FUNDING
YEAR:

ANNUAL REPORT 2018

LFP SUCCESS STORY:

ANTI-FLOOD STRUCTURE
BUILT THRU PCF
PROGRAM

Bataan being the top performing flooding becomes a problem to
province in terms of percentage Balanga City, Bataan especially
in the Seal of Local Governance to the constituents living near
Awards enjoys the Performance the Ibayo Dike. With that, the
Challenge Fund (PCF) incentive Provincial Government of Bataan
that the Department of the sees the PCF as an opportunity to
Interior and Local Government support a project that decreases
(DILG) grants the awardees. the chance of flooding to the said
The continuous compliance of area. A total of P 3, 000, 000.00
the LGUs in Bataan pays off was allocated to the construction
through the SGLG award and of dike in Brgy. Ibayo which helps
PCF incentive that accommodates a total of 2, 570 beneficiaries. More
more promising projects for the than that, the people living around
locals. the area feel safer and more
secured as the project lessens the
Through the years of excellence, flood threat.
Provincial Government of Bataan
has implemented projects that Construction of Dike in Ibayo,
helped its local development using Balanga City, Bataan is only one
the PCF incentive. One of the of the 10 FY 2017 PCF projects in
projects that gained impact in the Bataan that has been completed in
community through the PCF is 2018. PCF is a proof that the LGUs’
the Construction of Dike in Ibayo, effort in delivering productive
Balanga City, Bataan. and progressive governance turns
out as a blessing to the whole
As the effect of the climate community.
change is getting worse, severe

PROJECT TITLE:

CONSTRUCTION OF
DIKE AT BRGY. IBAYO,
BALANGA CITY

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₱582,129,864.46

P3,000,000.00NGA ALLOCATED BUDGET

PESOS ALLOCATED
BUDGET

FUNDING

2017YEAR:

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T
ACCOUNTABLE,
TRANSPARENT, PARTICIPATIVE
AND EFFECTIVE LOCAL

GOVERNANCE

ANNUAL REPORT 2018

BATAAN: A CULTURE
OF EXCELLENCE IN
GOOD GOVERNANCE

After having been ranked as first and to be taught of the final guidelines
in Central Luzon, and second at the and indicators.
national level in the year 2017, Bataan
continues to strive to be the best in the Finally, a mock assessment served
country in terms of coveting of the Seal as the last leg of preparation for the
of Good Local Governance (SGLG). city, municipalities and province.
Focal and alternate persons of
SGLG symbolizes integrity and SGLG, and the Cluster Team
good performance through continuing Leader formed simulation
governance reform and sustained in LGUs to recreate what
local development. It is a progressive happens during SGLG
assessment system adopted by the assessment.
Department to give distinction
to remarkable local government All in all, in 2018,
performance across several areas. Bataan, along with its
passer LGUs, achieved
The Provincial Government of its goal of remaining
Bataan has been a consistent passer consistent as #1. A
since 2016, with ‘3+1” as the criteria. In big step in another
2017, the overall criteria was upgraded upgrade of indicators,
to ‘4+1’ adding peace and order as making it “ALL-IN”
a core area. With 1 province, 1 city of the criteria, caused
and 8 municipalities, Bataan was able some LGUs to fail the
to garner the highest percentage of assessment. However,
passers in Region III. with 8 LGUs retaining as
passers, Bataan remains
This year, DILG Bataan, pushes as No. 1 in ranking among
boundaries in helping LGUs attain the 7 provinces and 2 HUCs in
seal. The Department, in support to Region 3.
the Provincial Government of Bataan,
did not miss its conduct of the SGLG
Utilization Conference, to assist LGUs
in knowing what went wrong and
what went right in the previous year’s
assessment.

Starting from the indicators, one-
by-one, each LGU’s GAR is being
looked at, examined, and were given
recommendations as to improve and/
or to pass the criteria.

A provincial orientation was also
convened to set the mood of the LGUs
especially its keyplayers in the SGLG,

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LEGEND:

PASSER 2015 2016 2017 2018

POST-COMPLIANT PG Bataan

NON-PASSER City of Balanga

Bagac

Pilar
Dinalupihan

Mariveles

Hermosa
Morong

Orani
Samal

Abucay
Limay

Orion

PASSING PERCENTAGE

2015 23.08%
2016 46.15%
2017 76.92%
2018 61.54%

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‘OCBUEUPSTATSTNLAUGNPODPINNR’GOINPPECERAL,CANELKAAEMNEPGEEDARSN:3F-ETTIMEDE

Since 2016, Brgy. Cupang Proper of committee to be the 1st runner-up for the
Balanga City had been a Provincial Winner component city category.
for the component city category of the
annual Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Likewise, Brgy. Alangan of Limay
Awards (LTIA). had been the province’s entry to the
regional validation for the 1st to 3rd
For three consecutive years, the Lupons class municipality category. With the
of the said barangay demonstrated determination of its lupons, headed by PB
exemplary performance on their efficient Teresita Dela Rea, the barangay was able to
and effective delivery of services on reach 3rd runner-up at the 2018 Regional
amicable settlement. With various LTIA. A notable feat for the barangay
innovations, its Lupon’s dedication and the as they were considered newcomers
unceasing guidance of its CLGOO Evelyn compared to other provincial entries of the
Matias, Cupang Proper was able to sustain said competition.
its place as Bataan’s best lupon.
The LTIA was established to grant
Being the provincial winner, the economic and other incentives to Lupons
barangay headed by PB Norman Guila, for their outstanding contributions to
had also competed with other barangays attain the objectives of the Katarungang
in Region 3 paving its way to be also the Pambarangay and recognize their
Regional Champion for three successive exemplary performance in settling disputes
years. at the grassroots level.

On 2017, the barangay landed 2nd The performance and accomplishments
runner-up on the national level. And of the lupons were evaluated by committees
eventually this year, Brgy. Cupang Proper organized at the national, regional,
got the nod of the national awards provincial and city/municipal levels.

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STA. ROSA, MULAWIN
PROVINCIAL SHOWCASE FOR
BARANGAY ASSEMBLY 2018

1ST SEMESTER
STA. ROSA, PILAR
APRIL 4, 2018

2ND SEMESTER
MULAWIN, ORANI
OCTOBER 21, 2018

100% or 237 barangays in Bataan conducted Barangay
Assemby on 1st and 2nd Semesters of 2018

Abucay 9 TOTAL NO. OF
Bagac 9 BARANGAY

Balanga City 14 46
Dinalupihan 14 46

Hermosa 25 NO. OF CONDUCTED
Limay 25 BARANGAY ASSEMBLY

Mariveles 23
Morong 23
Orani
Orion 12
Pilar 12
Samal
18
18

5
5

29
29

23
23

19
19

14
14

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TRACKING TRANSPARENCY
VIA SUBAYBAYAN PORTAL

Department of the Interior and Local
Government (DILG) in Bataan has officially
introduced the upgraded SubayBayan
system to the Local Government Units
(LGUs) during the conduct of Provincial
Roll-out of the SubayBAYAN Project
Monitoring and Reporting System at the
Mansion Garden Hotel, Subic Bay, Freeport
Area, Zambales on Oct. 22, 2018.

Bataan, being the first province in Central
Luzon that conducted this provincial roll-
out activity, is now a SubayBAYAN ready by
November 2018.

The activity aims to capacitate Data
Encoder, and City/Municipality Local
Government Operations Officers (C/
MLGOOs) and LGU Focal Persons with the
required knowledge and skills in using the
SubayBayan system.

Formerly known as the Enhanced
Programs and Project Management System
(E-PPMS), SubayBAYAN with a tagline,
“Subaybayan and Proyektong Bayan” is a
portal providing the public with an accurate
information on the implementation of
Office of the Project Development Services
Locally Funded Projects

Provincial Director Myra Moral- Soriano
said during the opening remarks, “We want
the public to know, na merong kaaya-ayang
proyekto ang DILG. Actually, matagal na
[merong kaaya-ayang projects], hindi lang
naire-report. So, ito ay isang proyekto
ng ating central office para maibahagi at
katulong ang ating taong bayan.”

She also encouraged LGUs to maintain
the system so that through updating the
real-time status of the local projects in
SubayBAYAN, they can really show the
public that the government, especially the
DILG, has justifiable developments through
its implemented projects in the locality.

Also, this tool is a platform for transparent
governance and an arm to stop or discourage
corruption in the government. Through
this portal, the general public can send
feedback or comments wherein the result
will help improve the supervision of project
implementation of the concerned LGU.

The participants were given their default
usernames and passwords in order to get
an access and to be familiarized with the
interface of the portal during the hands-on
training.

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LFURPePpSDorAtTs E

*as of 4th Quarter of 2018

75% 89%
COMPLETED
PROJECTS DELIVERY
RATE
14%
ON-GOING 550,829,864.46₱582,129,864.46
PROJECTS
NGA ALLOCATED BUDGET
11%NOT YET
STARTED PESOS *total allocated
funds in Bataan

57TOTAL

NUMBER OF
PROJECTS:

2017 2018

25 PROJECTS 16 PROJECTS

with P186,701,000.00 with P106,735,904.00

3 PROJECTS 2 PROJECTS

with P136,122,904.93 with P92,033,817.00

10 PROJECTS 8 PROJECTS

with P21,400,000.00 with P31,300,000.00*

*Funds Are Not Yet Downloaded

1 PROJECT Data of 2017 & 2018 Locally-
Funded Projects (LFPs)
with P7,836,238.53

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LOCALLY-FUNDED
PROJECTS

Chart title

33%

33%

33%

*as 4th Quarter of 2018

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DINALUPIHAN 2018 Local Road Rehabilitation/
Improvement in Brgy. Tucop
Local Road Rehabilitation/ P4,047,757.80
Improvement in Brgy. Roosevelt
P9,444,768.20 100% completed

100% completed

HERMOSA 2018

ORANI 2018 Rehabilitation/Improvement of Level
II Water System in Brgy. Maite
DRR Equipement in P2,421,766.00
Municipal Wide
P7,970,879.00 Not Yet Started

100% Completed

DRR Rescue Vehicle in Local Footbridge Construction Two (2) DRR Rescue Vehicle
Municipal Wide in Bargy. Sto. Cristo in Municipal Wide
P3,000,000.00 P2,500,000.00 P5,000,000.00

100% Completed 5% Completed Others

ABUCAY SAMAL 2018

2018 Local Road Rehabilitation/
Improvement in Brgy. Imelda
Local Road Rehabilitation/ P10,982,936.00
Improvement in Brgy. Salian
P10,258,278.00 37% completed

Funds are not yet downloaded

PILAR 2017

ORION 2018 Two (2) Local Bridge
Improvement in Brgy. Landing
Improvement/Rehabilitation of P11,227,373.00
Evacuation Center in Brgy. Wawa
10,799,766.00 3.5% completed

Suspended due to CDO

MARIVELES LIMAY 2018

2018 Local Road Rehabilitation/
Improvement in Brgy. Duale
Construction of New Evacuation P10,595,311.00
Center in Brgy. Balon Anito Not Yet Started
P12,783,091.00
Dropped

MORONG BAGAC 2018

2018 Local Road Rehabilition/
Improvement in Brgy. A. Ricardo
New Construction of a Municipal Drug P9,779,816.00
Rehabilitation Facility in Brgy. Sabang
P8,707,253.00 100% completed
91% completed

THE RISE OF
PRO-ACTIVE
BATAAN

S

STRENGTHENED INTERNAL
ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY

FROM
THE
A-TEAM

For years, the number of personnel in Bataan, through time, cultivates its good
DILG Bataan only plays around 22-28 practices. Planting non-conventional to a
including project–based employees. working culture that is bound by tradition
With only 13 LGUs including the provincial seems paltry at first or even look ambitious
government, manpower has always been in a but every flower, they say, blooms in its own
smaller number compared to other provinces. time.
Yet year-by-year, Bataan strives to achieve its
targets towards the improvement of quality Pro-ACTIVE Bataan or the Program
service delivery. Review towards active and effective
INBAioNmDetOriUc Tfeels? Not only that. Personnel implementation of DILG PPA, was given
movement is the primary cause of the in and birth in 2018 to showcase three components
out among employees within Region III. such as 1) development of a more motivated
As we say goodbye to those who leave, we and effective team through team-building
welcome with warmth and enthusiasm the activities, 2) conceptualization of plans and
new blood that enters the family. strategies through evaluation of gaps and
lessons learned in the implementation of
Five movements comprised of incoming, various PPAs, and 3) a venue for the conduct
outgoing, promoted, newly-hired and of capacity building activities designed to
retained personnel occurred within the year. further enhance the competencies of DILG
The said movement contributed a different Bataan personnel through lecture series,
spin on the overall capacity of the team. having Effective Social Engagement as its
Coming from different backgrounds, each pilot topic
with own ability and skills, with improved
knowledge and higher delegations, DILG Gawad Samat is an award system that
Bataan shifted into a new paradigm of recognizes the outstanding DILG Bataan
learning, of leadership and of practical personnel for their excellent, effective and
involvement to the squad. competent implementation of various
SP‘RKOunUgTmOaFy GitiOnOanDimP,RmAaCyTaIaCniEhSin.’ There DILG program. The recognition program
is no way that a seed would grow unless it was coined from Mt. Samat, the historic
is planted. It is in this principle that DILG mountain and is the highest peak in Bataan.
Gawad Samat represents the highest degree
of quality of work in DILG Bataan, as its
personnel continue to be the upholders of
excellence in government service.

ANNUAL REPORT 2018

THE GAWAD SAMAT 2018

ANNUAL REPORT 2018

BATAAN DANCES KPOP HITS,
WINS BEST PERFORMER FOR
DILG CONGRESS 2018

Dressed as KPOP idols during the Year- with twists and flavor from the dancers
end Assessment: Keeping the Fire Ablaze of themselves, the floor was surely theirs.
the DILG Region III, DILG Bataan personnel
dances to viral k-pop hits such Momoland’s What amazed the audience the most
Baam, BTS Idol, and Psy’s Oppa Gangnam was the Psy imitation performance of Allan
Style, for the talent portion of the said event. Don Malonzo, which gave the performance
an element of surprise and the highlight
With barely 15 minutes of practice, it needed to end the dance number with a
Bataan was able to showcase a performance bang.
that was clearly enjoyed by the audience.
DILG Bataan was awarded certificate of
Catchy tunes and popular steps, Best Performer and a P10,000- cash.

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DILG BATAAN BAGS AWARDS
IN 2018 RECOGNITION DAY

Department of the Interior and Local Assisstance to Disadvantaged Municipality – MLGOO Hermosa.
Government of Region III (DILG-R3) (ADM) – DRROI, Road and Water Also, MLGOO of the municipality of Orani was
awarded the provincial local government of Citations of the municipalities of Samal
Bataan and other provinces with its select and Pilar. recognized as Best Field Officer of the Year in the
city and municipalities and some local province of Bataan.
government operations officers during Seal of Good Local Governance
the 2018 Recognition of Top Performing (SGLG) Dangal ng Kagalingan Award Punong Barangays Romeo V. Bundang,
LGUs, BNEOs & DILG Personnel at was conferred to select Municipal Norman M. Guila and Leonard Ryan F. Austria
Kingsborough International Convention Local Government Operations Officers from City of Balanga were also given plaques of
Center on December 5, 2018. (MLGOOs) who exerted invaluable efforts recognition as they completed the Barangay Newly
in helping the LGUs to be SGLG passers Elected Officials (BNEOs) Webinar.
Province of Bataan brought home under the leadership of Provincial Director
the Conditional Matching Grant to Myra Moral-Soriano with the support of The event was attended by various LGUs of the
Provinces (CMGP) Award as one of the the Cluster Team Leader Yvette Cosio. The seven provinces of Central Luzon.
pilot provinces for Provincial Governance field officers were Catherine R. Aduna –
Reform Roadmap (PGRR), the Grand MLGOO Morong, Haidee C. Balicolon
Slam Performance Challenge Fund (PCF) – MLGOO Bagac, Cristy M. Blanco
Award of the City of Balanga, the ADM – MLGOO Orani, Annie E. Hipolito –
Type I Absorptive Capacity Awards of the MLGOO Samal, Vernita D. La Toree –
municipalities of Pilar and Limay, and the MLGOO Pilar, and Maribel H. Patawaran

SGLG AWARD
LEADERSHIP
AWARD

SGLG AWARD

OTHER AWARDS ABSORPTIVE
PCF GRAND SLAM CAPACITY AWARD
PGRR AWARD DRROI AWARD

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ANNUAL REPORT 2018

DILG BATAAN HURDLES IQA,
TARGETS TO PASS QMS INT’L
STANDARD

On September 19, 2018, the Regional Region 3.
Audit Team conducted the second Finally, the DILG Bataan went through
Internal Quality Audit (IQA) at the DILG
Bataan Provincial Office relative to the the External ISO Audit performed by Mr.
establishment and implementation of Leonardo Del Carmen of Certification
QMS. International Philippines on December
18-19, 2018.
It was followed by the Pre-Certification
Audit on November 15, 2018. The QMS This audit is a careful examination
Secretariat of the DILG Central and and review of the quality policies that are
Regional Office facilitated the said audit appropriate to the purpose and context of
at the DILG Bataan Provincial Office. the organization, the DILG Bataan, that
support its strategic directions that the
The audit aimed to prepare the top management, the DILG Region III,
Provincial and Field Offices in attaining has established.
the ISO 9001:2015 Certification of DILG

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