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PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF BOHOL

PANGLAO ISLAND

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International Setting

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Southeast Asian Setting


Philippines is at the center of South East Asia Locational advantage at the crossroads of international travel and trading lanes

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National Setting
Length of Coastline 18,000 km 3rd Longest in the World Center of the Center of Marine Biodiversity # 5 in Mineral Resources # 12 in Human Resources

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Regional Setting
Central Visayas is the fastest growing region in terms of productive output By 2030, it is envisioned to be: a Premier Tourist Destination Center of Trade and Industry Science and Technology

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Provincial Setting

Land Area: 4,117.3 sq. km. Capital: Tagbilaran City Location: - 803km south of Manila - 79 km southeast of Cebu Municipalities: 47 Population: 1,230,110
(as of 2007)

Population Growth Rate: 2.92%


(1998-2000)

Literacy Rate: 93%


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Panglao Island
Land Area: 9,507 hectares
(9x the size of Boracay Island)

Land Use: - more than 65% is Agricultural Use Live Coral Condition: - Fair to Excellent

Coastline: 49.17 kilometers Accessibility: - from Manila: 55 minutes (by air) - from Cebu: 15 minutes (by air) and 1.5 hrs (by ferry) Topography and Slope: - generally flat and level - mountainous at southeastern portion

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Municipality of Panglao

Land Area: 5,049.48 hectares Coastline: 28.17 kilometers Population: 25,558 (as of 2008) Population Density: 5.06 persons per hectare Number of Accommodations Establishments: 53 - 85% resorts - 4% hotel and resorts - 10% lodging houses - 2% cottages Total Tourist Visitations (2008): 1,837,585 Road Network: 96.136 kilometers

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Municipality of Dauis

Land Area: 4,457 hectares Coastline: 21 kilometers Population: 36,525 (as of 2007) Population Density: 8.2 persons/ hectare Literacy Rate: 93% Economy: Fishing , Low Intensity Agriculture, Tourism Road Network: 92.514 kilometers

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Panglao Island as a Tourist Destination


Tourism Achievement: # 9 Tourist Arrivals in the Philippines
Bohol Tourist Attractions: Loboc River Chocolate Hills Tarsier Baclayon Church Panglao Tourist Attractions: Pristine Beaches and Resorts Old Panglao Watch Tower San Agustin Church Sunrise view at the Balicasag Island Frolicking Dolphins Dauis Church and Museum Bohol Bee Farm

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Demographics

Source: NSO, Bohol PPDO

In-migration: approximately 40,000 inmigrants to the Island (2000) Projections: (based on growth rate) - 2020: 119,701 - 2030: 253,964

Population: 62,083 (2007) Labor Force: 57% [35,000] (2000) Growth rate: (from 2000-2007) Dauis - 4.74% Panglao 2.61%

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Population Density Map


(2007)

Demographics
Most dense areas are the two Poblacions and adjacent Barangays

Source: NSO

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Social Profile
EDUCATION Literacy Rate: - 95% (2000) HEALTH Health Stations: Mostly in Municipality of Panglao

Map of Health Stations

POLICE Requirement Dauis 43 Panglao 39

Source: NSO, Bohol PPDO, Provincial Police Office

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Economic Profile
Land Values in PhP/sq.m

Zonal Land Valuation Map

Source: Dept. of Finance, RDO No. 84

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Infrastructur e and Utilities

Water Sources Map

Spring Artesian Well Water Distribution

Source: Philippine Tourism Masterplan

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Infrastructure and Utilities

Water Distribution Map


(Panglao)

Water Reservoir Circular Reservoir Square Reservoir

Source: Bohol PPDO

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Infrastructure and Utilities

Noise Contour Map

60 Decibels 65 Decibels 70 Decibels 80 Decibels

Source: TCGI Engineers

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Infrastructure and Utilities

Panglao Island
Aerodome

Sources: TCGI Engineers, CAAP

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Environmental Management
Light Areas Groundwater more vulnerable to contamination due to seepage of sewage and saltwater intrusion
Most Vulnerable

Ground Water Vulnerability Map

Vulnerable Source:

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Environmental Management
Panglao Municipality More susceptible because of lower elevation

Simulated Rising Sea Level Map

12 meters deep 6 meters deep 4 meters deep 2 meters deep

Source:

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Environmental Management

Tsunami Inundation Area

Source: Phivolcs, NSO, NAMRIA

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Environmental Management
Protected Areas Map
Panglao Island Protected Seascape
(under NIPAS)

Coastal areas along Panglao Municipality some fronting the beach resorts

Source: Proc. No. 426 (Panglao Protected Sea Scape)

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Cultural Resource Mapping

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Cultural Resource Mapping


Definition
- a tool used to gather data about resources of a certain area - information comes from locals and stakeholders

Advantages
- fosters awareness, appreciation, and protection of these resources - empowers stakeholders as they become partners in planning and decisionmaking of their community

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Cultural Resource Mapping


Methodologies
Ocular Inspection Workshops Survey Forms Barangay Base Maps

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Cultural Resource Mapping


Partial Results
Photo documentation of important sites within Panglao Island Determined personal and community aspirations of stakeholders Identified: - Natural, Built, and Cultural heritages - Influential personalities and indigenous knowledge Located these resources on the map

Note: Partial results came from data from 4 Barangays that submitted the survey forms and 8 Barangays with Cultural Map

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Cultural Resource Mapping covered the following:

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1. Results of the Cultural Resource Mapping


Residents of Panglao Island identified the following cultural resources:
Cuisine: humba, kinilaw, paklay and luun-on Festivities: feast days of Patron saints; foundation days of respective barangays and municipalities Traditional forms of healing: hilot and massages; herbal medicine

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1. Results of the Cultural Resource Mapping


Residents of Panglao Island identified the following natural resources:
60 species of domesticated and wild animals (e.g. flying fox, snakes & civets) 30 avian species 24 species of insects 5 species of fish Flora: narra, molave, mango and acacia trees

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2. Results of the Cultural Resource Mapping


Residents of Panglao Island collectively responded to aspiring the following:
To have a comfortable life Gain financial sustainability Quality education for their children Peaceful and progressive community Honest and non-corrupt leaders

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2. Results of the Cultural Resource Mapping


In order to achieve their aspirations, the residents are:
Being patient and determined Working hard and praying hard Participating in community activities

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3. Results of the Cultural Resource Mapping


Residents of Panglao Island would want their government to:
Provide training programs and seminars Give Financial Assistance Not participate in corrupt practices Exhibit good leadership

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